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PACETHREfc
W fXMARlLLO DAILYtJEWS, SUNDAY MORNINC.APRIL 10, 1J21 PART TWO
SOCETY
(Continued r row YrrisJie rvi
itRMjc nrxxKTT rnouitM ron
WKUNKMUY APRIL mil
Th fu'hmlng pnirnm will be rend
red by the lull,, iu-nmtt Miioiarr
H.My of the jh Hirrt Mthdlat
rhurch on WtOtietLiy ft,noi.n. at i
Vim-It:
Tho Teaching , j,., About th
Klt.tn of Ibivcn Mm. Jo stnilth
Jnwa 1 1 In,. .Vlatdoniry Mr
JCiaao.
aUiwioniiry Command of Jru Mr.
lnrk.
Art. th Orest Text Iith.k of Ml
Miona-Mra. J. ItUtkbiirn.
UlMi"fMry lY.crari .f the n.ir)y
Churvb Mr. CUUn.
rimdln4 "Huly IW-Mr. C. K
Biuith.
ot oig.inlmtlon In America tod.iv.
There ai In It women, tultivuted,
thoughtful. f:ir-vlioni-d nnd aplrltuifl
mind) J. hne cvtry pot It Ion la thua
j X,f,ntn':
nil, tiuiKt nil' umiui in mm world hi
Thine.
In nay according; to Thy wllL not
mint."
"GMMIEL," illTE CAT OF HIGH
DEGREE, VsiLL 60 TO THE WHITE
HOUSE WITH (ilECE OF HARDING
MK1.IL NOT 131 .WIJ 1
rJtSX.L MENTION
tr Olln Divla of I t. Worth. Trxv
Who l an rout to her horn after
apendlng the winter month In Cailfor
Mm. auU. Friday fcrr a gut "f Mr
A. n A nti t iron-.
Mr. and Mr. yine Reetrea of Can
yon. Trta. were the week end gucf
of Mr nnd Mm. Rirl Cull urn.
WOM VS I XH.I tRT OK CENTRA!.
rRKMllTl KIAN cmncti
Th Woman! Auxiliary Um Cen
trol Prrafcyterlin Church wftt meet In
rirulir -n en Wedpca.fciy. Arrl'
I' ll at M oil-ik. In the churrh an
nr. for the Wann taVrn from th--8!xth
Char-trr- The Church and th
Cortimunity AH nu-mer ar rniuet
J to b preornt.
crvTRiL fit'irn or cfntral
tflEMIYTERlAN OU'RCU TO
IIOXJJ MLETLNti.
' Tho CVntral OoiM of the Centra'
Ptrabytertan Churrh win meet In th
nnrs t. I dork Wedneaiay after
nam. Thj IrMua will b uktn from
the fiuth Chapter of th NeA Tiiat
and m 1U ba Ud by Mr. A. L. TrH-U tt.
Th d lr and aim of thf rwk r.il
fntrratlun tin-Mtli-nt, Mr. Thomiia ().
"Vint. r. iJliiiivaH.ll, la to K-t -o-oi.il-natd
knowlclitv and activity throiiith
th J0.0-)0 clul that form Ita unit.
nd u cndtiivor tu i-oTiii-ntrato the rn
rcka of a million and a hulf "mMii- n
.n thn thiium that III count moot In
the ivcll btlttK of America.
Mr. FIikti', atatc itfcaldVnt. urit-a
that rrprrai-niatlvra trim all M-ctlotm
w In attvnd.imii uN.n (tlntrli t and atutc
MH-tini; thereby artlnif medluma of
f cotton U the c-luba they r rem nt.
Th ll:il. tunty Fi-dcratlon. with
tlra. furl (Joodman n ildi-tit. hna ci-
"did Invit.itlnna to Ihr offlira of tlw
NitT County KvdcrtiUun of Woinoii'a
'.tit to alt. -id their arlna ineetlnit
"rd K'h. which ffera rotrrnm of
i.ten ut ujM.n timely toxica.
Mra. C.oodman'a inndldicy for pre at-
of .rt )fctrl t. tvhlch m-eta at
Hhita h"alli April Ijth-STth, In l ln
t mr'y .-pMru-l
D -l- rai.a liavr l n elected to r-prr-t
vtti-r C.'tirty Kid. r.tli n of Worn--.'a
Clul M '.hi- mwtlnir In Wichita
' -1 n hivf nlrni de'eititi-a from va
rhilut ho ari huy irKirl'iK r.
rt of the yenr'a wk to ln ulven.
D .-rntea elt-4-trd lip to ilato nr-:
Mrs. Howard TrlRg IVttvr County
-' lent I n i.f Women.
Vr. It. It. Masternon Jr. Travel
t'idy Club.
Vra. J. O. Curtia Wotnan'a Club.
Mr. T. 8. NrwlNdd Pelphlan.
Mre. W. M llnyce llt-rlan.
Mm. 1. V. Cide Athenaeum Club.
M1TI VL MCKIC tVl K STKfXT
afrmiUtilNT llll Rl IL
Tmll r. Myrra. ChMr mrectnr.
. UU Aunt In Myrra lrxnit
M.irninit:
r'Jude 8t. Cee IU Xo. J. D minor. .
ItatlM
Anthem JchlUte Dee hill.np
Offertory i:cv-rt. huminn-tiuCmant
IVrtlu Mirrh In H fVH C.ound
. Kvininc:
Andante III fmm fuit? Partlett
Anthem "Lout Chord" i. tJulItvan
Cffirtcry. ilrM)' frcr Tantdtauarr,
W.iR-ner
Mu-d Quarttc 'In a IMKrU-i". ..
M.tmtcn
Mnrrrt Itter. IVtNe Pattrmon.
Mr. rarry and Mr. I!umihreyi(.
rld--Tirrale"N. 1 fn-.-ti Suite .
r-artlott
The next annual mn-tlrif of the at Hp
I 'i-dcratlon takra .l.ic at Fort Worth.
I n the now Texaa Hi 41. XovemU r Kth
i to lith.
mnrQUt wxa retreaenti-d at the recent
Home Kcon.-micn week In Auatln.
Annufil Citixenahlp lay. Intcndi-d In
..(. uintio thi- entrant- "f forelirteri
: i to Am r !mn cttliu rtr.li. IM In ob
' -rvil every Fourth f July, according
' tut Mm. IVrey V. I niitm-ki-r. whllo
( welcome la almt to I aiiiK-d all Amer
.'11 In yu nnd Br!a who attain their
' marv within the current sr. It I
to In cin.tu-t,-d with th;it diitnlty which
hall imi'croa the nonoreea with their
i .riviltv and reaponttiliilitiea aa vot.-ra
I In the world'a rreatcat commonwealth.
L 1 . Jt
BM' fi-rl? Well. JilHt foliifiirtubh. Inaith',
thifa hnr."
(Tie tvliiftiNl thin nnd anld ahe murn't
talk no mm h nd would the IntervkW
go on, pluae?
t)h. yea. Ind.-od. I'm awfully happy
over th" Met i.f r'ln to live In the
Whlti ll.itiiMv" lu. a.ild. In wnar to
the queation.
"Wlieit mother and Kvi-rett. my I .If
hriithi-r. whii la gi.lng to lie the I'teal
d"iit'a Hsl."t-iiit aeirrtary. nnd I went
to WiiahliiKtuii to the Inauguration we
had nm h it nice time. Wunhlngtun la no
ban and tt' au h a mnfort tu go
out aumc 1'line und have your face i-binn .
wh n yon get there."
A vrry. very arrloua little glil. in-
deed!
"And When the Itealilmt aakeit tn '
to tiiiH and live with him and Mra.
Ilnrdlng I didn't know what In any. !
IhoiiKht and Ihiinght. and I couldn't
think f miything thnt'd aound right,
ko I kept milt, lie litlKhcd and a Id
he hoiil I'd nii--pt the Invitation, he.
eaune he ina gi lng to he pretty hue.
mMiie in tlml iS hoiiKe lifter all the
1rlii and txiya he knew In Muriiai, and
that I knew that I wanted to go, I
told mnthir and ahe aald that I could
aftir I flnlnhed the eighth gradu- I'm
going to bring f!amnlie tin re with me,
I d. n't know what I'd da without (!uma-llel.-
(amain I. the rut. alciiitcd ahuw
and I'mrl that he could do nicely with
out thiln hv Kt.lklni? mnjeatically fri4n
1'uturc rc!Ic of the I'rcsiiU'i-.tial Mansin is interview-ih" ' Juncture.
It nti c i I i it i . i ... "I don'l Know what kind of cluthea
jjd. Hi ilJs reception for neij;lilorho(Kl boys and Kin but .m ,., ,mrr lo ,lv,. Ju,t ,h,
I is "cut" bv next door youngster who "thinks he is my 1cau" j a.-ime ktmi i niwnya woi. i rueaa.
I -child not worried about her wardrcLc so long as "she ha$!aMfX;"
1 Sunday Silk drCSS. I'm gclng to bring my party dreaa."
- .. . i I thirteen yeura old. AnJ If Laddie atarta Hhe ruahed from the room and cam
Special to TWNrm. nu) thirg with Oitmullet It will lie the In k honrtng triumphantly a t'linty
I CIIICAOO. Ait' r "Laddie." the canine lloMegow for hl, for IN-aii could l ink aatln "arty dnaa" with a allver
i not-d White Hnuae di. will either have I not get along without Oamnliel. and , Ihce nvemkirt and little puffy aleeveg. It
to denionatr.it that ho dm a not ahare j rt:ilnly would liot in.rnilt him to be would aeem It la thn pride i f thta utter
th. natural canine avrminn to fellmt molcnte.1 ly nny I hinptioua Alreilule.. I ty unni!cd llttl" glrl'a life.
.r wear chain after nait June. A rather till little girl, with aerloua; lnitilr In front, while ahe jxd
Hutiie tlmo In June tlumillil. who la eyui aJul l.loiiU turU. curne Umldly Into i for u picture, the entire nrighlMii hood'a
u cit of whlph ili sni-. la going to ar- the living loom of the Harding liume j young itenm Uon muic tu wutablp at
rive at the White lleuae. c hl n n.-d nt Xo. 444 North Kimball avenue, fhe'hi r ahilne. Utth- hnya Uggl to hold
l' hia initna. Mia Ti ul ll.irding. waa t uddliug a white mt In her arma. j her travltng bag a gift of the lUmlV
V i -. ri
ft -(S-
V' V A :'i
x v a r j . . ss
M..lh.l fciiv Itll tu be Int.rM. " till to t!e tl'tllr" li lie f the lille
IN-ll llrtl.linu-. thlit.-en. al. primly. IIu-hh old - n the little l y vim
after ahe ImhI nit in her "belT i h.iit " , lived tiaxt d( or M.m iicn ril.-d the pilv-
that atiindii In th or of the tim lime h. laiind with pleimi'i.'.
ilid lU.hll.d the cat atlll iLwl." Will A thirteen year-old l y IkihuiI tha
it et.ift !)!" ,' " honne wr-ei-e fifty i hll.lli 11 Were "Watch
iV'rt tiig'reanun-d aha waa nmto mi: ' nnd :iimiI en with n gieat ahow
content o talk iilyul IImi Whit llootie. if ii.ilii.'er me. Mm foe w.ia Nl.lnmg i
the honor of wii h, n nain of th.
ITealdefiL'aha la to mi when alie glad- f
untea fn.m the ilf-hth gi idi- at the llib- PR. L. V. CKADIT
har.1 athool In June. OSrMU'ATIIIC rilVSIfLVN
-The 1-rr-W.oi '' wn i hm iWTk CMeopathlr a.
V lint, ffl"'' 'ivn.. hip "M rucpinvi I" , . . , . -v, a i .
he like. He dm-an't think ht a 'it.' And t 'n ThrB-t
he a a In-'d Juat aa ai.n talk lo me , I tJ4-!3S IUy A Johnann llldg.
aa to any Mlnleter if Mate, jlo Junt fboo Ilea. Fhnaa till
aara that to he nice and make me feel I f"-
at home, of oiiirae. How iloea he make
Ear.
with recent WAKhlng and hla half waa
nil. I..I" lu k carrtuily. Ti-oil Muah4
and pit i.-niled not to ae.
"Win w m that?" aim waa naked.
"lie think" he'a my l-iiu." ahe aald,
with an nil of fine diwluln eminently
t.ttiiig to the future flirt young lady
M the land.
CHIROPRACTIC
Fur Arut, Cltronlc o4 NtvoM
IUr-aea
J. F. DROMERT, D. C ,
Ealila Uulldln
Id m4 rolk ML riMiM im
il:l r.l.'w i) Y
The American legion have ordered
i In- ix'ii.- to In worn on Memorial
! lj-. May loth. Two hundred eppiea
;re allow, d to every thousand a-ople.
t lncecda go to the Kuron-an lU-lkf '
I und.
CLUB COLUMN
(iJiun T. MaatemonJ
TIM INHter Ciunty Fi-d'-rxtion cf
Women, at their rtgulnr mi-ettrg April
nd. favored with an addreaa by
J. 'A, M I-etn. cf the Eleventh Fili ral
neacrv d.atiVi-t. on the auhfert cf
Thrift: th RataUUdtment of Thrift
fanka In the fs-hoij. Tnder lho.
C.n-ernirienl." and ty Hon. l-ce 8r.tter
white, our rerraenttive In the b-gta-ture.
upon 'The Advantage of the A.
and M. Cadlece.-" which the Panhandle
nnd Wat Texaa iiei t to aecuro at the
expiration of the preai-nt two -rar term
of the Trxaa a glalxture. The keynote
Nurd.-d by bh w.ia- Kervbe . ecrvioe
to humxnitr throush the rutshliahtnent
r InatitvitHma which aid In the produc
tion of 10 r-er i-rrt Amerbfln il'.lxcn
ahlp.
Mm. (Vorg Thatcher fJuernacy. who
waa president general of the National
I. A It., during the war. ard who
dia Ingulahed herm-lf l y her w onderful
wmk. hna ncvntly leii eb-cted atato
rcr. nt of her heme atatc. K.ma.
Mra. J. L. Smith, vii-o prcaldent gen
eral fnm Texas, leave Tuiilay for
Waahineton tt attend, ft rat a loard
mei ting of -the National fVa'kdy of D.
A. H and alan the national i-onirroiw.
which ronvrm-a In Waahlngton April
Kth. ;
Mr. F. M. ntaW. regent of Hatheri
MrtYory Chapter, win alao attend the
nMitlng.
No tnteret i arprl o Hie vlub
wnan'a heart a aducathii and child
welfare. Tie, Indeed, a day of uacful and
reratmctlv activity on the part cf
women: when "etrb-try icxial c!ula are
tiring of mere ideaaure taiwrdir.g to
our own Mra. ITxvhe Warner and lin
ing upf.-r aoovthinc worth .while. apart
fiom the worry, the rtraln and the
enae It roena to JuM amove onc'a
arlf and one another, and with th mt-;
ting aun. no worthy action d-mo. no
diaeoumgcil m4her made liapWer: no
moth.-rlea chlid nude nfer. n child
ks mtn niadi' better."
T Natial Fi-derati.(n of Wn'a
tlutw kt no f the larg t and atrong-
Mra. Sam L. Kay ha lxen preai-ntcd
by the Kather Mit'roo' Chapter, oaugn-jt.-rx
the American Itevolutlon of
l AmariMo. for the office of atato vlc
! regent. cl.Hion to take place at tha
'Twcrtv-awond 8Ute Conference of
TeXA.
i Threo monthly pu'dlcatlona of Tvxaa
arc being ccneidcrrd. one of which will
; W chom-n a official organ of lha atate
feil. ration.
I Oh. thn power of the Tn.w; the IV-
tare and the I'ulplt.
Business Opportunities
Tn variety UiaSneaa, In which wo art 1
rxperta. offer very Urg ret urn a on
mall Invratntenl.
W have a few very excellent opening
for vj7 at .ire, and would be gta
U give additional di-tail to anyone run
tenipUtlng entering thU buatnena.
t Our maty yeara of merrhandla ex
' pretence, trwethor with th arrMcn we
can .-endrr jrott. a -wire auerea to th
, man who bv willing to work.
Addre. '
MTI J.R BR0T1IKR9 - J
Lr4lo Hrpartanent. lUttlrr Dock, ,
ItalUa, Trxaa t
PHONE 30
lor Standard
GAS rTTTING
ttv t nbm Man
r
IV
AMARLLO, TEXAS
I
jr
u
'Br
r.etwecn 6th and Tth on Polk Street
"The Store of. Quality and .Courtesy'
J. C Berry & Co;
ARCHITECTS
Suite 39 Fuqua Building
I
Diamonds
That carry that anark cf
tttUcn. v, .
Our trk 4? tanvfl.
Watette. BOrerwarw a4 OA
Qiaa ha cmpbrra.
Espart watch rilrla
Hagh Whitcomb
ABBariuV Otdeat Jwlf
m mi si
Ererythins Sfeasonsble
in
Spring Flowers,
Plants, Shrubs,
Seeds
0JNNINGHAM
FLOWER. SHOP
ItM Vaa Dnrca St
Amarfllo, Trxaa
rhon 1MI
wJl
Jr,? ,- a
TricotineDress
Special
For Monday
J'or Monday's selling we are jroin to place on sale
l'UTKKN SMAUT TRICOT1NK DRKSSKS. They
are in sizes 14 to --. inese
dresses will be ideal for cool
mornings and evenings. They
w ill m.-ikc splendid dresses for
wear in the car
This will be a real treat for
the thrifty woman.
$
Values to $25.00
.95
These Smart Street Hats Will
Go in a Hurry
Just rrieliril a hlfmrtil of Sniiirl Tailored Mrwt Hit. They are
In blair. r.uy and brnvn wild while itiMlcrbrini and at llila re
tnarhabl) Ion prk r I bey klnuld go in a bun ) .
4;
7
Silk Skirt Special
Materials Crepe de Chine. Kumti Kurma
and Taffeta
These Skirts are in Kishion-
able street or dress models,
and are in a beautiful array
of patterns
Values to $25.00
SPECIAL MONDAY
It 'j
Women's Brown and Black Lace Hose $395
Our
'nces
On Standard Merchandise -
. . I !N ' 4"
Has established our store as a money saving institu
tion for the people of Amarillo and the Panhandle.
These extraordinary values in keeping with the
uniformly low prices which exist throughout every
department in the Store.
i: .
I.adies high grade black silk hose, high spliced he'cli,
double stles; Miiively standard length 'and
fust quality goods. CI Hfl
The pair V?""
t
ilk I-'ibre Hose in Mxcelient (Juality. Heavy Lustrous
I inih, and very Serviceable, colors Illack 7C(
and IJrown, at the pair . . . .
t. l.i'drin's Pure Thread ilk Sox, in colors Pink, Light
Uliie and White; sizes 6 to 8j; OQ
at. tlepart OJl'
The manufacturers may. eventually, make a better
child's hose than "Cadets" but so far they have
never been equaled, lively, pair, guaranteed;
all sizes, all colors. ( 'lflr
The pair -VV
Newest and l incst 85c Quality Swiss, TUsuc. Gingham
in lively Silk-Woven Plaids. ,gQ
Priced only, the yard f"
Genuine Peppcrell 9-4 Sheeting, known as stan
dard First Quafity, at the yard ........ -
P.eautiful Crepe de Chine and Wash Satin Camisoles.,
neatly finished with High Grade French CI QC
Vals and Cluny Laces. Priced only . . tV'
White Crochet 1'ed Spreads, size KOx'X), fine finish
and good weight with scalkped cut cor- CO
ncrs. Special at t
White Cotton 15atts, full 3-miuu1 size, for large
quilts. Don't confuse this quality with "Lintcrs."
It grades "Strict Middling" ' gflA
at the roll u''i
House Cam-rising, standard C. Quality, 36"
inches wide, at the yard " 'V
Ulcached Sheets with center seam, full 72x90 size,
and made from first grade Musliu. 7Qf
luich only :
Ladies Genuine "Victoria" and "Kaiser" Silk Gloves.
. in Mack, White. Navv, Gray and CI ff
P.rown.at the pnir
Mail ordms del ire red free i"kll nar of Texas,
' ,f',; Oklihomsi and New Mexico
Adams Dry Goods Co.
-the RitiiiT ri.ti f-TiiK Kiti'iT rltlc:,
Ku4cianr l. Tllti rilR -
Comer 5th and Polk and !0SiC8 E 5th'Street"
GFDUATION DY
The day . " all days that is worth commemo
rating suitably by gift. . .
Our Misses' Wrist Watch Offer of $18.00
for genuine P.ulova Movement, guaranteed time
pieces, is best value in State of Texas.
See our Graduation Watches for the boys
l)oign. st vie and price right. " r
,- ' V -s . 3-'i
t i i ir I i i d '
NEW CDSON-
NEWS WANT ADS BRING - RESULTS

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