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AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 19. 1121.
PACE FIVE SOCIETY h - ALVAII P. MKTKfl My Frknd. VlUvn 1 first looked upon ih fi ol Tain 1 iirurik n-fx-ll'. aa one shrink Iroin a f Whu nUmuI ltli lagKr ndw'l, aa (or Uuw. I ft it In irh of I'lt'uNur unl ol (iuin; 1 fjnn-l iixidf in it liim mm: In vuln; lie lHki(t utiululit In iny tind would mil b). "Hluik hunttA," lis al(l. "our lmn uri" iuiu hu W't mum I vHiiruil' on thi wny, 'II plain." I fr' tha firm tUmp f hi liitnil on mlw; Thromih niy vi-lnn It M-nt a , Mr-nirft'iilnir kUw. I trolKhtny llnLi-d my nrm In hlR. anil lo! H M iim Imih to Joy uliiiot illvlno; Awl how I hold him un my iti-urrat Irl-in1. i:ila WhcvhT Wll.v.i. TAIIMlNAf I.K IIAITIST W. M. H. TO MKKT Till RHUAY Tha W. l. H. if thu TnU-rniirla Itnp. flat church will meet ThuiwLiy Mft rniomi, ut 3 nVi-k. In the rhurt'h fr an Iht'-ffNtlnir iiilaaliinut'y pnwrNm, to ho ri'iidiri'd tiy tlu Liilii-n cf circle No. Fur. It la nrjrrd that tlire Iw a hI rep. raenlnili'n of each cIitIh niht on thla oci-ujilon. VOl NG MF.VM HASH TO IIAVK l.KTTOl.r.TIIKIl MKKTINU Tho yonnu Mcn'a MM CMn of the Firm Chrlntlnn chun h will hftvf a ot toirvthfr mwtlnn at I oYlm'k Riiur Wy ulitht at the church. Not only ar voune men of the claaa Invlt.'J. but ill othT iiKii and toy In th church 'nti-rratid In luwlwll aro n-innHti-a to tt'iid. I'ltim fr tin Im-ImII cluli will lie IIhcIIMMhI II Wfll II CillMT llUailH'M PT tlliln to thi' wi lful of tho cin.ua. V.n (iTliilniiiinl for th evening- will In undr the iiiniplr)' of tlw am-lnl rnni mltte. m to tho J. I. O. club at Iwr homa ..n UIO Urnwm nirn-t, at 1 o'clock. Mr, laniard Tn-I will ba traitor vt th afturnoon. Tli I'li-ilnn club will meet with Mr. I M. J. K. .lack Pen. UlJ Vun lluirn! direct. IM-Kliiiilna ut 3 o'clock. 1 1 A mil tinir will In- Ik lil lv tin- C'hllil Study rluli ut th liuinc of Mm. A. Vt iumn, HW A. I'linc mrwt, at 3 p. m. I A full niti'niliin l uiatil. Thrr will Ih a niH-imit of tin- Vom n'n rluh, lit I o'iIin k, ut I hi hotnc uf I Mr. U. W. Hull. 1100 Taylor Htiwt. Mr. Howard TiIkk will hadi-r of tho nfu-rmiti, and u full iittrtid uov I UlRid. r ll.liKIt ATMI ( I I IIM Tin' KIihi HiHirii t nf Tim K'il' rn lion of Woihoiin' t'luh will h'ld II" Annual Convi iitlon In VI hit I Full April :r:;. ah iiKitumH win In told in thi- I'll pit M. iIi-xKbi rinin h. Monday, April IV 3 :im p. m.. I'xwii tlvi mii'iliiK ut Ki-inp llotil Monday, April d:Z . in.. "I"x' rullvi' IHiiiim" ut Krnip llotrl. Moiiilav, April 25. Mm P m . I'nil denf i:'vnlii Ht Fimt M'thocllit Chun h. Tu. l:iy. April IB. 30 p. m. l-li-Rut rxiil to I'n (l nil.iln Coinmlitw. Tmmlay. Apt II 26. oa p. in. n.fip Hon ut homo of Mi J. I. Hlih-y. Wnln.Mdny. April 37. 1110 n. in l.unih'on at Ki'inp J I t I . .Wnlui-mlay, April 2T. 1:10 p. m.. Au toiliolilti' l iih'. M('IIINFRV NOT WOMAN M'llMtK. Il.ii i I'M mi' in I vrt all down for wnim-n In nil joh. I!inuc ihi-lr w ni Ho in from moct ti-rhiili al w hoU ii'd l r I " i i ik 'oi' u lMini oim nt. hiiv iM'riiiinii-iit ih'M'loiiin-iit fio n tlii-ir Anr Mon f mtinu in indiiNtry l iliffh ult wii" Hr. Klnuilmi v. N'it .luiir at lli vli Viiwy hoi' lie. KIiihIhiiv h'iidn th ihIiiiIi I'd nun', ottnih d liy tli Na llnnal War Woik iin-ll of th V. V. C. .., thr i titlli' i'i'lli'B' f i' llltl' iri- to In- tin " n oh n to N-lf xuppoit inK all l. "Kiio l"di!i of i lotlii n n fiulNliH priHlui't rutin ni ii woman' whole rnir iron in tlir i Ili tindi'M." miv Tr. XlinrNluirA'. 'I hi nnf.iinill.ii Ity with thi- niaihlmrv. In almoi-l i-vi-ry mi't.J r lion iiishi'wi. n h.nnli'iiii. If ah1 In to I t- Iwllv NulpH'd f r urowth. k i:imt i that Iwr intiri't and know 'ii'k'' ire HioroiiKhlv awuKinrd nnd rnliwd. Ti-h IiiiIihI pi-IiooI or vo utlon 1 riaiov muni f ui iiInIi wniinn train nt: In mnhnnli'iil drwlnir and u of ptrnm and ttowi r: otlwrwlw, thi" llmltl Ihn of hir l''l"liit limy limit hrr output. Mrui. not:h ami ri:nM)AL MFNTION Mr. J. N. Vrrnnn hna rrturni-d tn AmarlUn after arwndlnir th winter liionlh in I Angi-li-a, Cllfmnla. Mi Adill Taylor who Mnt the wlnti-r month In AuMln nnd nthir cltlr r.f n-ntrul T xa, ha n-tiu ni'd W Amurilhi. MuMi-r Illll Ordwny I urM-ndln tha vpk in lVilhurt aa tint tupt of Ma tin and friend thrre. Mttlo Ml OiiMlo und Rd Pttvl r.ir an of 1300 Vun lluirn alrvrt am r ruiwrullng afur having timr tonNlla r moved. 8IXTII BmTHDAV rFLKRRATIOV. A crowd uf Jolly mtlo folk gathered for a iMlithtful party. Katurd.iy aft rmoon. April H. at th homo of little Mlna Knuna (Venn Idwrd, on 1303 Vun Thion afreet. 'In 'reMirutloii of her ninth hlrthduy. Tha tw'lvlnc room .where about twenty flv little meet oaaiml'led. were rettJI drnratel M1th aprlni Mnaaivma and fern and many delight ful romp, gamee and enntetN were Indulged In during the afternoon. Ahout four o'rlnrk the children were rolled Into the dining mom, where the beautiful htg birthday iiakn tpiel J with lx glowlnr candle wna cut and i ared with brirk cream. i The llttW hoeti wae the relplenl if many uaeful and tUlnty birthday gift irom a hnt of little friend. INFORMAL U'NTIIRON. Mr. and Mr. A. I'. MMire of Rrt ' Jai lriton Height, eniertulneil on Kit-; lirdny. April H. with n lovely one : nVlm'k I u nr his n. In honor of Mr. Tom ' iV. Wrltftit. a recent bride. Caniationa and fi-rn formed the nr-1 tlatlc le oration of the t utile and room ! and atfer a delkioua luiu heon wn 1 erved, an afUrniM.n of mnnW. nnd iwrrjf cvnvenaiUon waa gitiitly en joyed by the hotmree and the follow-, Ing guent: Mi-mltune Jim Pnrdwi-ll. I Veil, Htott. flreen, Acre and I'hll I Up. ; (Trim: NO. SIX TO PACK 1M) I Tr'OR IUTKNF.K OKI'lllNS IIOMK. I , At the lut nnetliii: of Circle No. ) plan were maile t m-nd a Inrgo Im of ' clothing nnd other nceltii-. tn the I Puckner lirphnn' HiMiie. at IXillan. I a me time during tha month. j The Preldent urgee that thi lwx le j parked ami ready for ahlpptng by the j Litter part of ttet week, ii the month la fart drawing to a rloee. . Thone who niv wlali to contribute I In thi rauav. will pleoae m-nd money : nr gurmenta In Mia. 8. V. Vineyard, I 170O Tyler atreet. or to Mm. II H. Pii ry ' at 1501 lliirrinon Ptrt. All eontihutlon muM W turned In either bv the lut of thi week or the fimt of ncirt and any ffOrtng from peiunn outlil of the clnle will br greatly iipprerlated. MKETINOH TO fflK 1 1 KM) IIV ' nil l II OKtiAMZATIONH ON VKINfrl)AV. ! Circle Five of the Wnmnn'a Auxiliary I of the F1rt ChrlMlun church wfll nut. at I o'clock with Mra, W. 1. M-Clure, j 10 I'lerce atreet. j The Mlaelonary mrlHy of the J uchunun etrM't Methodic chunh will le entertained nt the home of Mra. T. K. Thompaon, 3n0 North Plen-a treet. at 3 oVbvk. The V. M. H. of the Polk atiei't Mhodlnt rhun'h will m-t In the church unnex. A full atlendnnc 1 Urged. A meeting will be held by the mem tier of the Central llulld of the Cen tral preehyterlon church, nt 3 nVlork In the annex. Tha meeting will lie followed by an Important IniPinee ncanlon, an It la ear neatly reueted that all iiii-iiiIh-i Ii nreaent. Circle No. Two of the Flrat !lattlt church will meet with Mr. Mile Hlv In. 1001 Tyler atnet. at 3 o'clock. The M. I. Mlelon Htudv cla of the Flrat llaptlat church, will nie.. In the church parlor, nt 3 o'clm-k. IVTKRKRTINO MKmNfi IIKM) V riKI'LK TIIKKK. The niemln-r of CI i vie NiV Three of Ihe Tuliernacle llaptlut church iiM-m-bwd 1nt Weilnemlnv nfternoin. nt the hiwe of Mr. M Cullen. 3000 Taylor it'reet, ih finilip fmudy oln meeting. After th Ptudy hour wa brought tn g elope. Mr. I.. Wary, who I tn nerve A circle lender, during the nbaence of Mm. I. F. Horden. w Inntnlled. and after aevernl buelnen mntler wen dllied of. an enjovable Po-lnl hour wa held In honor of Mr. I.loyd Want, whu w III lenve on for Colorado. A dellclo refreshment coiirae, ron aMIng of angel f.l rake and fruit an lad w Nerved. T Cln-le will bold It" meet lea? nt the home of Mra. Hall, isoo rillmora atreet. MISH I II I.IK l.KSKN TO UK rKF.SfcNTF.il IN UfcCITAI. XIImi l.lllie Ijirm-n, one of Amiiiilln' no oil l.-ileiiteil young miiMl-ian, mid pu pil of I'rof. V. H. Ax tell, will be pie-aetit-d In recltul on TiM-mlny evening. April 1, at the Central l,reabterlnn Church, nt a Ju oVIk. The public I coidwilly Invltiil. rrogram Tnccnta and Fuge. I) iiiIihw Hach TnuHig Value, (ipua 42 Chopin Nifturne, lipu 4. No. I Chopin Revolutionary Ktude Chopin Prelude in C Minor. ..... Itachmanlnnfr Ihe Fountain Havel Molly on the Klmre (IrlnU Keel) ' Oralnger Hinl at Ihiwn Fannie IHIIon HefliN-tiona In the Wuter IMniHuy Turkey in the HI raw Onion Derture from Tannhntiaer Wagner l.lwt Fl KH tMH.r. Wil l. II WK IIANCKH III WfcfcKI.Y Aimirlllo Klka No. ?3 will hold dam every two week. iMKlnnlng i Airll 21. nii-ording to nn nnnnunrw ment of thi pm-lnl commit !. AJI Klk and their hidle are reiiieted tn nttend. Other amliil entirl'ilnmenta will lie nnnotmceit nhortly and Klk nre ankel to take notii-e and attend them. Hunday Nhool Report Chun-hea Attendnnee Colleetlon THK WKKKK hOTI AL K KNTS TIIIK).Y The Athenaeum cluh will meet at' the home i.f Mr. I'orter I'nderwood, ITIS Jai-keon atreet. Thurwtny, April 21, at 3 n'rlock. An lull-renting program h.i been ' planned tor the Rifii-noon and It I re , uumied that all meniler attend. MIm Lillian lloraln uiih will be hnt- Polk Htreet M.-thmllM . .730 S2S.90 Ruchanan Ht. Mithnilltl?n 3 41 llotialon 8t. Methmlint. 73 il Flrat ItapllMt T3 2124 Heeond luiptlNt 141 3.TS Talicrnuile HnptlHt ....lift I2.3 Taliernacle lutptmt. Cli-nwool MiMn .. C4 3.16 rimt Christian 221 13.41 Central preatiyterlnn ...370 21 01 Ht. Andrew Kpla-oiul. . 6 3 Halvatlon Army 7 Sulphur Park Club Stock Now Offeree) for Sale Phone or Write dAt'T LAND COMPANY Anurtlln, Texaa BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, A Special Sale OF WOMEN'S AND MISSES' FINE Suits, Coats Dresses j....T:.v)4 The quality of the materials, the stvlintf and the workmanship if these hijih -grade Suits, Coats and Dresses at 'the remarkable low prices are very unusual, just at the be ginning of the season. lU'ginning tomor row we offer unrestricted choice of these fine garments at One-Third Off Choice of our en iirc stock of beau tiful Spring and Mid-Summer Millinery at exactly One -Third the regular price One lot of lovely Blouses iWrlopetl of fl.-rgi tie Crpe de Chine nnd Pon gee. In nil tho ne.-inoir m-wct fhadi. r.oduo-d to Half-Price All Children's and Mines Stockings nd Sox While they last at One-Third Off One lot lirossiers, lace and embroideries, regu lar $2.50 values, sale price while they QQf last '.. J0L One lot Ladies' Hose puie silk, in Gray, Cham paign and Green. Regu lar S2 values. QO ! Choice The Vogue The Home of Gossard and Dinner Corsets - Mrs. L. B. Garrison Phone 470 A Change in Name Wednesday, April 13. kjji, a cliartor was granted ly the State of Texas to Moore-Post-on Cotnpnny. fif Aiuarillo. Tcxa( thus automatically clianin our name from Moorc .Mathis Company to M(Mre-l'oton Company, t 1j is. firm heing affiliated with the following Texas firms: r.aker-Postfm iS: Company. Weather ford, Texas; Ilaker, Hemphill Company, San Angelo, Texas; Hemphill, Fain K Company, l.rownwfiotl, Texas; J'oston Dry Goods Company, Mineral Wells. Tex'a. The followinp: men compose the personnel of the new firm: J. T. Moore, C. C. Poston, J. V.' Moore, Wells Faulkner, X. X. Thomas and others. The principle stockholders of Moore-l'oston Company are stockholders of the affiliated firms, and likewise the principle stockholders of the affiliated firms are stockholders of Moorc-Poston Company. A Change in Name Only . The firm of Moorc-Mathis & Company opened for business in Amarillo at Seventh and Polk Streets in May, 1917, having taken over t lie" stock of merchandise owned and operated by The Amarillo Dry Goods Company. At this time the firm was composed of J. T. Moore, J. P. Mathis, (i. C. Poston and others. The business under the management of these men grew very satisfactorily. Customers of The Amarillo Dry Goods Company remained customers of Moore-Mathis & Company, and those who were not customers of The Amarillo Dry Goods Company became customers of Moore-Mathis & Company. r, ' - Then, now and in the future, our high aim was and is to thoroughly satisfy, not 'mere ly to give each and every patron full dollar for dollar, but to give in addition, real, jgenuinc service, bearing in mind that the sale was never really completed until the patron returned a satisfied customer to make another purchase. The. business continued with this personnel until Mr. J. 1. Mathis voluntarily withdrew from the firm in order that lie might enter busi ness in another line. It was with regrets that the firm gave up Mr. Mathis- Associations with him had been extremely pleasant and profitable, this being further emphasized by his success in another line of business in Amarillo. j No Change in the Personnell Under the new name of Moorc-Poston Company there will occur no change whatever in the personnel of the firm, otherwise than noted when Mr. Mathis withdrew some three vcars ago. Xo changes are contemplated in any of the departments either wholesale or retail. Retrospection is a pleasure to each officer, and to each individual employee of Moorc-Poston Company. We remember three years ago when our store was almost a surburban establish ment, but Amarillo has grown; and Amarillo and the Panhandle with its vast resources will continue to grow. Thoroughly do we believe in the future of Amarillo and the Panhandle-Plains country, anil with this in mind we are daily equipping ourselves so that we may serve you better. For after all, service in its highest form is for themwho serve, it is the better part of mankind striving for a betterment of individuals and of Society as a whole. No Change in Store Policy Under the new name there will be no change whatever in the Policy of the Store. It is our intention for this Store to continue as it has been, since first owning for business, a store where everyone will feel at home, a store where every patron becomes a satisfied customer. Kach individual employee of this store, feels that to satisfy you, is to satisfy the Firm. We intend for this to continue. From time to time there will be, of course, improvements both in stocks .in service and in quality, but the foundation of it all will be our aim, to thor oughly satisfy each and every customer. Moore -Po' ton Coo Formerly Moore-Mathis & Co. 701-703 Polk Street J. T. Mnre, G.;C Poston, Wells Faulkner, N.N.Thomas, J.V. Moore . : ; I ' 1 : - .. ," - V 1' 0