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AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1921 PART ONE "
4 ( SOCIETY ALVAH D. - . .... HONORING MIMA LOI W 8TKKRE. On U tha mt artlailo and thor Highly delightful aortal rventa of the lota aprlng season, and ona largely at tended by tha society and club women if Amanita, wss tha Informal lea given Tuesday afternoon ty Mr a. Ham Seay at her bnma on UOI Taylur strcat. In honor of her nlec. XI i Loula fltear f Virginia, daughter of Albnrl tiieer, a prominent American Iron man ufacturer, who la attending aeveral weeka In. tha city. Tha how waa made beautiful nn tha nrraalon with a variety f garden flowera, fnrna and twlm. In tha mualc room a dainty pink and whit, color arheine waa carried out with charming affect In a profusion of lnk and whits sweetneaa and ferna. and In tha dining room dalalea and ferna wera u"ed and blended Into an attrac tive color acheme of yallow and white. Tha gueata on arrlvlns wera met at tha door by Mra. Llndscy Nunn. who waa gowned In a dainty ruffled lavender organdie, and directed to the reception rooma whera they were welcomed by tha receiving line, headed by Mr a. 8am Beay, who waa charming In a dresa of pal green organdie, and who pra aanted tha guests to tha honore. gowned In handaome creation of ap prloot iona aatin and allver Ure. uthera In tha receiving line wera Meadumea Jna B. Donley, Herman Pipkin, n. C. T. Itynum, Will Monnlng, Lloyd Fletcher and Mlaaea Mildred Purgea and Doris Nobles. Mtaa Nina Cunningham, who waa beautifully gowned In black, char Meua, and MIm Oludya Seewald, who wore a lovely drcM of orchid aatin aerved punch In the living room during tha afternoon, while delkioua cream and rake waa aerved In the dining room by Miaaea Krancea Purge and Ollv Thompson. Rl'HTIC TOITH FOR PARTY. Aa tha aummer movea on Invariably you begin to think In terma of country lunea. Inviting flclda of fragrant grow Ing thlnga and rustle bridges. Then why not let something of that Idea Invada tha party you are giving for tha June bride, tha girl who la going away for tha aeaaon, or your aumtner VlaitnrT Get a huge hnt. one of thnae great flapping affalra farmera arc auppoacd to wear, but aeldom do! tlet ona with aa low a crown aa possible. A piece of wire nurtured In each aide of tha hat and curved up. Ilka a handle will give somewhat tha effect -of a French bas ket. Wind that In right green tulle with a targe bow at the aide." Then put a low bowl of water .in tha crown and fill tha bowl with flowers from your garden or If you haven't a- garden perhapa you ran Invada your-nelghbor'a for flowera With which to fill the ruatlc baaket. Then In -keeping -wWr thla tha firat rourae of your luncheon could be amalt fruit a, atrawberrlea If atlll on tha mar ket, aerved In-amall raffia baaketa at each place. The latter baaketa could ha ma da at noma. , METER Quartette honored thoee present with aeveral selections, which were highly enjoyed, ond during the anclul hour da lUioua and dulnly refreshments w-ere aerved by the hnatea, MINN RKRTIR WARREN ILL IN LOCAL HANITARIl'M ... Tha many frlenda of Mlaa Pertla War ren, who haa been teaching arhool In Tulla tha paat year, will rtgret to learn that aha la III at Ft. Anthuny'a Sani tarium, following an operttlon. Mlaa Warren waa atrlcken with an at tack of appendkilla Saturday while on tha train en route to her noma In Ama nita, and on arriving In tha city waa hurrM to tha aanitarium, whera the operation waa performed. Reporta today, however, ahow that ah la much Improved tnd It la alncecely hoped by her many frlenda hera that aha will Bonn be restored to her former good health. MRS. UjOTD FLETCHER IS HON TRHM TO I. E. O. Tha members of tha local P. K. O. Chapter wera entertained thla afternoon at tha horns of Mr a. Lloyd Fletcher on Weet Thirteenth Street, at S o'clock, and an Intereatlng program waa ren dered under the leadership of Mr a. C. II. Ball. A paper on "The Inter-Church Movement" waa rendered by Mra. I'. N. Giver; Mlaa Mary McDonald gave a splendid talk on "Chrlatbin Education to Preaerva Democracy." and "Peal Pooka for Puay Women" waa the title of a delightful talk given by Mra. II. J. Farwell. Fallowing the atudy hour the P. R. O. troxrs com-MK Tasta tatash af fJpaalah lafluaac H t a faa M lata costuais with Ma atvia grata Jacket, rut uit hart aaawgh la ahow tha grace fmKf waa) scarf aaah beneath. ffc j-irt la eat fall and atralght tat g Ua f greea la Intradacad Mtr ttt fcaaa.. Taa laalarUl. a Otitca araa. MKMOKIAL DAY NMtYIlM In tha Memorial Day aervlcea, the Pi-dirul soldier of the t'lvll War, who are hurled In our cemetery, wera re-memls-red along with the World War and the Confederate soldier. The graven of the following were decorated with flags and flowera: Humut-I II. Dyke- nmn, Humui'l Ford. Ilurdln Find. P. Crane, Anderson Parker, Captain; A. M. Trollnger, Lleutenunt; Maxwell, Kergeunt; N. ('. Martin. L. P. Musscy, li(i ker Young, and John T. McCullough. CIII'RCII 0RO MZTI0NH TO MKKT ON WKDNKKIIAY The Woman' Auxiliary of the Flrat Christum Church will most on Wednen day afternoon at 1 o'clock In tha church parlora for an IntercMing rogrum ren dered by Circle No. I. Mra. R. 8. Thompaon will be hostess to the membera of the Woman's Auxili ary of tha Central Presbyterian Church on Wednesday afternoon at I o'clock at her home on 1701 Polk Htreet. Tha Woman'a Mtaalonary Society of the I'olk Htreet Methodist, Church Will meet In buNlneaa aeMlon on Wednesday afternoon at S o'clock, and reporta from all officers will be heard at that time. All inemlicra are aaked to be preaent. The membera of the Woman'a Auxil iary of HI. Andrew Kplsropal Church will meet in all day aeMlon on Wednes day, beginning at 10 o'clock. In the nr Ish hnuae, all membera, aa well aa In terested frlenda are requested to be present. The Pell Pen net t Miaalonary Society of the I'olk Htreet Methodist Church wltl meet In huslneaa session on Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock In the church an nex. TIIR WEEK'S SOCIAL KYKNTS Thursday. Mra. W. 8. Kenyon will lie hosteaa to the Thursday Forty-Two Club at her hmne on IMS pierce Htreet, Thuraday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Friday. The' membera of tha Dclphliin Club will meet with Mra. R. H. Thompaon, KOI IN.Ik Htreet. on Friday afternoon, June I, at I o'clock, fir a splendid lea. nn on Prownlng. to be led by Mra. Mary Miller Peard. Halurday. The Potter County Federation of Wo. men will meet In tha club rooma of tha Flrat Paptlet Church on Saturday, Juns I, at I o'clock. All memliera ar urged to attend. ItKMflHTFTL FORTY-TWO PARTY Meedamca Glenn and Leon Powen en tertained a number of their frlenda with I delightful forty-two party thla after noon, at the home of the latter on 1411 Harrison Htreet. at I o'clock. The guest rooma wera effectively dec orated with redn carnatlona and ferna HOUSE FOR SALE Now finishing a strictly modern room bungalow. All modern con veniences built In. Oood location In the southwest part of town. If Interested call or phone W. M. RICE M Smith llldg. Phone 17? VOICES mad strong to produc UetUtva, powerful and beautiful tonaa by stare Isea to develop Ua proper atuarl la taa throat Thla work Is vary valuasl for the aaaaklng as wall as tha slat ing vote. Artistes Slating TaagM EMIL F. MYERS AasartU CaOeg af Maais IMS Pas 14 Karat White Gold Shapplag Oifaraa sad lrgaaats. A handnaas pier of ewelry, with In jnm4 useful ryegiasa aver awade. Iet as fit yaa with a pair far Bwiara ahw ard ahspping purpose, aad da away with Jar gMag ryegUaaea. HYDEN'S K$ relk rkaaa IsM , N. S. GRIGGS IM)ertak:r Paaa IM or their slater. Miss Luiiki K. HHlet , who recently underwent an operation at Muyo Hi ot hera Hunltnrluin. ', W. U. McHMidilen, IlielliW of the Amarlllo Rotary Cluls waa a giest ol tho Dultua Rotary Club at their regulur weekly meeting, Wednesdiy, May !&. Mr. and Mra. C. P. Walsh returned Hntonlay nlaiit from an extended trip to New York, Wnnhlngton and olhei INiluls in the east. Mra. Hen P. Monnlng and son, Hen Jr., are the guests of Mrs. Monnlng' ninth. r. Mrs. F. W. .lei nig, at Clovl New Mi'XieO. Mis. J. IV Tullnferrn. who bus Ix-en on nn extended sIkIiI seeing tilp through the eUNleril stutes Rllil I'uillldil. returned Inline tiMlay. BIUDKH DKFHM Quaint lltil bouquet of whit satin roaaa, aet in rum's of fine nat, pleatad and finished each with a ribbon streamer, hav much to ilu with tdie making of this pretty frock. Mora plaatad net and autln roaet ara ud to trim the badl. Ooa may wtar a fina net veil that faHa barf ovar tha fara In tiiarnilnji faahton. nnd on Intert-stlng afternoon of games, lnterierscd with merry conversation, wua enjoyed. At ( o'clock the tablea wera cleared and vovera were laid for a delicious two- course luncheon. Those Included among the guests wera: Mesdiimes I). (I. Hume, J. R. Crawford. J. W. CrUdglngton. McAI pine, C. II. Plxon, Clifford llogera. Karl Cullom. C. UN'eveu. J. T. Price, T. R. Jonea, W. P. Ponder. M. W. Lemons. H. L. Edward, John linker. Frank Raker, Llndsoy. and W. F. ft'alrcblld. HOCIAL N'OTEN AMI PERSONAL MENTION Misses Margaret and Annie Schooler !.. . u i . j m i i i " I . iiiih llllillllllH lr l(fH-ll-ier. .1111111., where they were culled to tho liedHlde IIWTK TO UK tilVKN ON TIH KKIIAY KVENINU. An Informul dunce will be given by the AmurUlii Klks on Tliursdny evening, June t. beginning nt t o'clock at the F.Iks Home. All Klks. their wives and lady frlenib ure eonlhilly Invltiil to utlend. ,Im llw.vcl In It. Add etcs well issteti. links In a loaf. Filling. Two tuifkiirc N'cufchutil clicese. 1-4 cup finely chopM-d nuts, 1-4 cup chop. imI iliilt-s. 1.S lefiaitaHiii tfi-stml lemon rind. I tiililesitHin crriim. 1-4 tisiHpoon toll. Ml Insi-edleius In s smooth nssln. Mole cieHio uihv lie iii-edil. Cut cool glniier bread Into slices, 1 -4 Inch thick. Muresil with flillns and cover with an other slice of ginaer bread. 'Copyright l!l Niwi'imi.it Knterptisii MM I l. NOTEH MIhs (letielle Work who hn U-en lit- teiiiliiiK Kldd Key tl, winter bus re turned home for the muuiner month, MIhs MiiiK'iret Mlckle bus ri'lurned from Clarendon after sis-ndlng the win ter there a a siiiileni of Clarendon Collcac. Misses Mnry Hull mid Clnni Currle who mivc lsen stuilenis of Whltl 4chMi nt AiiNtlu, Tcxiin, arrived Inane MEET I N'fl TO HE IIEI.II IIY WOMAN'S ( 1.1'H. An Intercut Inn mccltna: will lie held by the members of the Wuiiiun'a Wtlh on Thurwluy afternoon. Junu t, at I o'cliMk. at the home of Mrs. C. C. F I Ilu in hind on 1200 Pierce street. NIMTER MARY'S KITCHEN WHITE TOPPED EOtiM. To miike while topMil eggs Is a slm pie trick. Just put a cover on tha lan' The steam cook the film tt whin over the yolk and makes the egg moat attractive to look at aa well as cut The cover should fit tightly enough to prevent csco of the snutn. Menu for Tomorrow. Prcukfiiat Htrawbcrrlea with un cooked cereul, nachcd gg. hot but tered toast, coffee. Luncheon Fried potatoes, creamed tuna fish, ginger Is-ead sandwiches, tea lilnner Proiled lamb chops, new iv lutis-s. buttered asiwiriiaus, fruit des sert, nut cuke, coffee. My Own Recipes, (Hd fashioned fried poutnc make a welcome change In the luncheon menu Plain boiled potatoes sliced Into hot "frying." aalt and ieptier are the In grodlcnta reiiiilred. Put atlrrlng them so the imtntoes Won t be burned but will le nicely ts-owned la the secret of the pnpulitrlty of the dish. Oinger Ib-ead Handwkliea. One-hulf cup augnr, 1 cup tnoln If ctin butter. Ill cups flour, I tea sMm cinnamon, 1 teaspoon ginger, I S teaspoon cloves, I ieaMina aoia, I cup boiling water, I egga. Hoften butter. Mis augar. molusse and butter. Add flmir and apices. Mix thoroughly. Add boiling water with Way, June 1; IS oile np V Double Stamps Given on All Cash Purchases ASK FOR THEM ycvterdiiy to ienl tha summer months In Ainurlllo, Mlsa Etella flarner who has been a student of Hullena College, Virginia, tm returned horns fori ho summer holt, tliyn. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hcasley and fam ily will have this nimnliig for an ex tended trip to California. HirawlH-rrle! HtruwlH-rrles! Fine va riety. I'hoiie Votir groceryman. IIAIJC CENTKU . In a cloaely contest Llttlcfleld ground Hatur -the Hule Center team Wr., . field by a acor of to I. Thla was the third gam tenitia huve played, Llttlef:,. J ; two. . :. I Minefield will meet the HO ItHsui In Hale Center Katurday, . $9 waoARinTcry THE UNIVERSAL CAR FORDSON 7M F. O. tt. Detroit The Fordwm aavea from thirty to fifty per rent of the farmer 'a time. The Fordsoa plowa, barrowa, drllla aa much ground In the same time as frotu four tu ail horses. (Many farmer aay It does the work of eight horses.) The Fordiam dors for the farmer Just what machine siwer does for the manufacturer It ens hie him to mitnufactur bla product at b-ss coat. And that la what the farmer wsnta to do; grow bla rropa more cheaply and make bla margin of profit greater. And the Fordson will help him do It. Iet ua prove thla to you by a demonstration on your own fiii in. Just phona ua or drop ua a card. "Senrka YouTI LUtt" Cooper-Irvin Motor Co. AtrrnoRUKo ford drai.ths tut fflra TenfnrlOccDts. Hind size. Ueilen carry both. 10 tor 10c; 20 for 20c. It's touted. Eye, Ear, Note and Throat Specialist Eyesight tested, glasses fitted. Dr. Claude Wolcott Fuqua Building1 Ws Csa Sav Yaa Moarjr aa DIAMONDS P. A. Zehringer Watch Maker and Jewelec M Folk IMrsat 1 rhon Il4t Pearls Strang la S lloura' Tim. All Work Guars aiaed Arrararjr Is say Malta Excellent Lina af JJawsbj : JUNE ' ; BrunGvick Records . . -ON SALE TODAY- This comprshsnstvs Hart of Juns rscords Is bafcrs tha public salactsd, archaauatsd and lacordad with thought far varkty, frashnaaa and Anlsh. Ws srs conAdsnt that It will aisat with , Ihs apprsclstlon of svsr clsss of nuslelovsrs. 10OV) i uo )00P IN 11) Caen in. Ymt't araj saanf f Aaarl Aas rsearab CONCERT SsauLasIa (AfMaaiMaaFaMXaat) rsra 4a limlm . . . El. tiU i YkUUh lasg eMearatas) ( JrAaMf-Fteftfrl IN V, .-l.s CtrUMtart W 'a Ooa (AH lDJmlh gsriles . Msaa I fst AS LtsraMf IMaMeasA gsrgss lWll IH Tke Va Kmm Assla. KslklMa ( W,,HmJ-ft -. TUa lUtt aad Cuanet aUU Ttia l"UKitUStkH)Ut . . . TasaKaeW, Sstsra lMvsv) CmMtrmltm . 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Cart FaaUa't OrcbaatM gia iasa-ayalla (Wiaaj-Cra.-) . . . .. . , 4vrSn araMswvas w aarwaalBasBaWss I Ua) Mr Hesrl taYfa. Tt .frffiaafaaay 'JCfHimg" had WlWaall'tCatiliraliaa IT! K Oa Lerla Yea . r Tr l.tm,imjJrC.n Urn" Sadf Wli ill' ClSlii Uai r - r Tral ( Cmnkmlm ' Cnaa aVathan' Nmb Baad flalsa f Tt arrWactsr "f 5aawd C'm aataa Sale .. T1j LlJmrnLm ''MlsLlfaaaSi' Atmlmm 5 sis Starts raeiy J- . ImlrmJmttKt "MaaMtUaa ghm Ml J Cari Pa t 1 SaaMUlU BlpJ-raa Teal lslraVtf , van rat aAmarillo Music Company 710V Polk Street . Ffcc 2441 M I UST 170.10 III r.!0DER(l SGIEIi'GE jsvitai.:i:.'es SECRET OF CHILD GROWTH DISCOVERED AT LAST llelns a hnuarkeepcr and a mother tht-sf tliys ineuns keeping li with a (ust moving iirncear'un! Hardly a week IstsM-s but tnnt some Important disi-uv-t ry Is (nude In the realm of houaekerp ing. The must recent of theae discoveries la "vltamliiea." the nsme given to the giowth iinidurliia; rsrtlea of some IoimIs. This wind, which la fust liccim log ciimiiion to l ha housewives of America, waa entlrt-ly unknown to even the b-aiit-ra of ImhI research ut only a lew years ago. Time waa when all food valuea were given In calorM'. the unll'of measure ment of the furl value. Then came di vision Into iirotnlns. carbohydrates, fata and mineral aalia with muh einphasta lut-d on the (Irat two and very little nn the Ust. irutbly lor tha reaaon that so little waa known. Kven thla knowledge wsa Incomplete. A diet that wss complete In all of these twrtlculsrs wss often unsatisfactory so lar aa sruwth unimltlnn waa concerned Almistt by arvluVnt It waa discovered thai there waa a difference In fats that sHiie (nta tatised groth while others of the same caloric value had no growth cum wnait-vrr. "Vltamlnea" waa tha nam given to this growthtpromotlng proiierty. Tha iiroiM-ny Is found In only a few! foods. and the most Important of the vltamlnea is found only in liutlcr Ut and tha yet low wirt or ear. Creamery butler, then, long eateemed bv the hou-keeter for Ha purity and flavor, tNfoniea her mainstay In pro viding for the best health of her family. This true ei--tally of children, for it bsa twn uvfinlt-ry shown that without thla ' tamlns" fad no child ran attain Ita nornutl srowili. IIIUiWN 8f(Un SAIVK U cup Mltlctoe Putter. ! cuia brown augar. I cup water. I ti-NstKMin cinnamon. IH tessMMn nutmt'S. Cook the sugar. wat-r and butter for five minutes. Add spices snd serve vt-rv hot over apple lumpllngs or any uddln. tHOKKD PAI.AI) nitKHSl.NO (To have on hand.l I eag yolka. I uiilespnon flour. I teasHinn aalt, run rtifc'r vineanr. S cup hotting water. Cayenne imprlka. 4 cup Mlstk-lne Putter. Peat the egg yolk, salt and augar un til llaht. Ut-nd In the (lour and vint-sar. Heat In the hotline water and aranm lns and cook over hot water until thick. Me't the butter and beat It In with a fork. Put thla dressing ssete In use ss needed, (me tsblesiioiinful of tt besten In a run tsT whlnoeal t resm. alii ae -t-e f-iiir or al fruit salads. -I'fl Wl 4k I ii arvi arvr a g. i a jtVI rfi rl Wllh Cream from supcrvisd djirirs, pasteurized, churned and veakoned in wow-whiee, . modern creameries Nothing added except tdx Tun gas aefr)r CayaaW. Mala ay. car--- Amsrilta-Trt r Baa ' 00