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AMAR1LL0 DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 30, 1921 -PART TWO
PACE Tf in 1XVAH D. METER MRS. PERCY V. PENNYBACKER 1S!? HONOR GUEST AT CLUB LUNCH One of the jtreatist anJ intuit lin ),itatit event rrt'niitfil In tin- tilatory cif AnnrlMo cluh life, wan centered in the brief visit ni.itlf hcie ty Mm. I'm) V. 1'ennyUu k r of Aimtin. Tex.ia, pat l.renldent of the Statu Federation of Women'a Ouli. and of the C.eneral Federation, author of ri Texan llntnty that In now living taught in the iiublh: ethoula of the country, uml who now hold the exalted xltioii of National Clulntmn of American Cltizcnnhiii of tho Oeneral Federation of Women' Club. Tor many year It lua la-en tin- amlrf t on ai. J di'lre of Ainarillo club xo , men to at aonielnue liuve Mia. I't-nny-, tiarkrr visit the city and addi eaa thi'i vii'oua iluliN, leaving with them the wonderful tn)ili'atlon and dtt nilna-1 don io: higher and better thiinta for our cli., ma may be leaned from the simple, yi'i lorcctul mexioae ut dutv uh conceived by a great mftid. and ktionu ix-raoiiallty of on who ha enjoyed Loundlewi populaiity unl brilliant auc itui on u leader of women in national luh work, one who hoiiihim the, iioMcpt idwils of Atni-rii an wtimunhood. with tli' hope that this ItiNpiiation in.i . live, ainn- and lnr Its ft u It n in Ainn rlllo. Mr. Ivnnyhackt-r and her daughter. .MiKH Ktith 1'anny hacker, who accom imnled her here, were tendered a de- Htihtfut luncheon on Tuead.iy at 12:30 nloik, ut tlm Amnrillo Hotel by thi' incii.Un of the 1'iitter County Fedcta lion. An nrtlHtlp arrangement of on hid Tint ihrysntitheuiurtm, rnrnatioiiH nnd (.-ma, in grateful flower kiketn, con tiiliuted by tht Lions (lull of tho city, loitncd thi attractive t.-ible dcroriittntiH. Cuvera were laid for nlxiilt 2"0 irui-pta. M'eelnl tallica were iirriiiK'-d for the honor RueNt and the head of the hf I a i flit lU'iMirlnii'iitx of Hi" KcdcintUiti i. fid a d llriou three-i oume tuni heon wa.t wrvcil, during which niuKir wna futniahed by tliH HiMt lillKt Church on hentra. Following a few well chowr1 words of vi-lroin Vy the tnaMmiHiicNM, Mm. (', HmTIIAU, sgt'AII .IVfcS I'AUTV AT I.AMIKKI.IN IIOMK. (mo of the most ilelichtful B'H'i.il "Ul leHlt-K of the penacn WIIH extended the fiotball NiU.id nnd cu;ich f the Ainnrlllo llliih M' Iih, l, the Juiiicn S nl'l Kill" Friday exeiiliiK. Nmi'in Ur 15. ut the P. II. Landnk'in f-oiiie t polk. The home won beaut If ally decoratitl with the Jiiith whM. foltirn of ornnfu and blaik. and yellow "muml." A the K Hints urrived tln-y Wer in i. -red Into the re eitlin riKitii, w here T. Yinevurd. jirenideiit of Putter Coun ty Federation, th afternoon ' (iroKratn huh oKtied with two IxMiitiful vocal iiuiiiIh-is. "Mv Mother." und "All a Well Thjt I'.ii.N Well." written by MIkk Julia I.o k'-tt of thin city, mhik by Mm. I.. P.. Newhy, uecoinp.inled on the piano 1 Mr. KoUrt Wlli n. The toiisttni'dreiKi then IntrodiK'd ll.e honor intent. Mm. I'l-nnylmeker. vith a beautiful to.t. after whleh Mm. Pi imybai k" r nave a Nendid nddrena. in which the duty and Iiiiimii tunce of b-:iiity In every ohane of life, waa ac centuated. Mm. Pennvlmiker .i.ttd that t!-r wor!d inolilem of today were not to be Holvcd neither by men or by wo men, but by men nnd women together. A lovely tribute w pven the women of Tetan y Mr. Pennylm'-ker who cocicratiilutcd them on' their wonderful W'i'tk and bcmnilli cnthiiniani In the beitet tnent of both citv and M.ite Kveiy woman nhould fit herself fur ill izei'Nhhi by aiilUatntinc heief wilh londilions of the d.iy, and no club In Texas nhoiild l content until It rep istem 1 nil jut rent In votinir, wm - united out by Mm. Pennyho-ker. Vot iiu' not only u prlvilese hut Im nlno a. duty, Iheietme the woolen of Allien- a liillHt pii'iwire tbemyflveH to tiitiin tl.ln new i rHiKiniiibillly. Anothei linportant fi-atiite of Mrs.' Pemrt -bin ker'd talk w.m the f.n-t that ,f riiiiii thifiR Is not really lo-i nuipliihrd it the disarmament conferenre, that , wdhln the next fifteen or I went v year another war will take place. The mie -( irn in put k)m' of the conference rte. pends l.UK'lv on uUlc opinion and tin IJeiieial 1 i di lation Ut'Kea that the wo-j men of the country In N-luilf of this ' miKhty cause, wTlto letters, expresslnj? I their iib-.is on the matter and send! them in to Washington. ' Ilein-esciitativi-s from nil of th loml! clubs weie in attendance nnd u hum- In r of out of tow n ladl s were uIm JilrSent. The pioRr.nm w is brought to u rlosf With the KillKlliK lii unison of "",id lie With Von Till We Meet Aijiiln." Ot HOICKS AKK KI(TF.I UY HIGH M IIOOl, I'. T. I I I II. The Parent Teachers' Club of the hitch hool held it firat meeting of the season Monday afternoon ut the hlirh cliol buddlnr. and the following otfii-efs were elected for t lie new year: President. Mrs. W. T. White: first vli president. Mrs. C.uy W. Fuller; m-cond vne .lesldnit. Mis Walter K. Itrownei il ice iri-ident, Mrs. K. It. Mas hi Jr.; rex'i'ding secretary. Mrs. J. I.. lHxon: luasuret. Mrs. K. T. Miller; toresponillmt secretary. Mis. It. U. Al len; i luh reporter, Mm. C. L. War ten. Niinii-i'niis matter of Jmiuntance Were taken uji dining the iifternisin and !: I Kneels of the Mission Theatre adiliessed the ladiea on the subject of I letter Films for Amailllu." Mr IS ti ls iiImi inesetiled II pl.t II which Will Kc the chlldleli of the city all ovpi'ltuiiitv iii see the most Inspira tional and cdui-.t' lmi.il films thin are irislmed. lie Mated that through the o i pei ,ti itn and aid of the mothers of he cilV he would be uMc to hold n sH-elal childicn's matinee I'Veiy Satur day nioriiint;. ut whuh time onlv the inoct f li-ct mid eduiahoii.il pu tines will be shown. Mr. Kogers extended n ii' ilatioii to the club nu iuIhts to at lillil It -!"'. l:.l slinwilll? of "l.lllle lied HuliiiK IIihiI" that Is tn be shown here Wednesday ut HI a. in. at tin Mission Tlieatie. This movement wn heartily endorsed bv everv mother present, and it is exiu-cted thi will pi o c to ! an linnoi I j ut mid effective step toward "I etter films" heie. Friday. iVceinber 2. at 3 j. m., at the home of Mrs. J. C. Dickie, !uo Taylor. Saturday a meeting will be held by the Potter County Federation ut S p. til.. In the club mollis of the Fiist P-aplist Church The dlixuhl and leg islation committee will have charge of ; the afternoon jitoiciaiii, and It Is imtidt that there be a full attendance of m in ! twrs. I WIIMW'S MISSION-HY ' SOCIKTY Ttl MKKT. Thi Woman's Missionary Society of the Polk Street Mtilnsllst Church Willi meet in regular session Wednesday ut 1 i. nl. for the llilile study in the hun h' annex. The b ader ui kcs that all meiuhera !' piesi-nt with their P.il.les. ROSWELL SCHOOL IS PRAISED BY OFFICER Sperisl to Tlx Nrwa KiiSWKI.I.. N. M. v .1. Morrow, chief of P, n T C. general staff. W.ishnutton. I I'ele last II IK tit alPT seliduiK -'cl. V. branch, C. left II week VU . M V SIKIU. AMI (II II ( AI.KNOAK. Tin Woman's Club Will meet In reg ul.ir se-iii.ii Thiird.iv wiUi Mis. II. lb nib icUs. XO? .lefferson, nt :i p. m. Mrs i:. P. Iliiinphrcv will Ik h"stes t' the nu-iiilrtis of the Pierian Club riiutsd.iy ut .1 i. in. at her home. ISAMi Polk. Tin- I'liiled h.illHhters of the Culifed I. u-y will iii. I In riguLir session Fi I d.iv (it the home of Mrs. II. 1. Pun 'oiii, THI I n l. son. at 3 p. m. l as A iiiik. I lull w ill be elitel tallied ut the home of Mis. ('.rover Malune, Monioe, ut :l Ji in . Friday. The membeis of the Clcnwond Sihisd Parent Ti ai In I s" Club will Hif a hot siiIh i I'nd.iv at T 3D ji. in. at the feh'wd buildllig, the pris-eeds front whi i Will K'i to buv scales to assist I in l he huillh work of the s, boi l. The . In I'osw'ell mnt K-iriii -iriixinn coio I'ltlons at the N'ew Mexico Mihtuiv In Mitiilo. Colinel Morrow expressed him sell as U'lng very hirblv plei'ied. both with the military efficiency of tho yi Iiihi) and the IiikIi stand.iid main tained In the iicJidend-- depai ttm nt. Steam dyeing snes many 'anal peo ple irotn J4 uo to ll.'yO fi r 11.00 Striplings )e I pt.. Amarilbi Laun dry. Phone HSrt. Woflderra fakes In Both Woolens and Silks Woolens JtVinch Men's Wear Serge, .S3. 50. Special $2.35 DIt T. 13. 301123 Dntiit Guarkateeg work at rcaB&aiav prkea. Roomt 1-4 Eakto Bull Inf. Sixth nJ Pulk BtrMtg, . Phone 2227 Lessons in China Painting Mrs. W. T. Stanterry STUDIO 1111 Tykr fi treat Pbose 184 DR. M. B. HARRIS Octeoptfh. M. I)., and NtirM DR. E. L PRICE Osteopathic 8pei-lallt New r&lr TlMatre llulltflM Phone 795-1302 tuiblil The s ci. ii. ally In ili-il to attend. I'lid.iv l''nl;e Club will inert MILK Pure and Freih Every Day Martin's Retail Dairy rimne (Wl.'i." IIKRKCTION. In jcMiik the lint of names of the IllcUiU'lft of the t'ololliul Dance Club scveiul days ih'.ii the h.-iiiu-h of lliow p.n tn ik.Uihk in the dance iiven by thai i 1 1;. mi Hun d id. iy eyeulnn, by ! niisiaKe the n.uiies of Mr. and Mra. tarn It. Held eie Included. Mr. and Mis. Keid have teinpiiiiiril V with drawn from the club on aii-ount of the ns-eiit ilenih of Mr. IJeid's mother. lOM.Sf.ll.MdltK WrhlllVtl IS .NH N Kll. an Infoimal time was ssnt in music I miI sislal c..iiersati..n m.til all had Miss C.ladvs Jones of Memphis, Tex., utiived. when tbev rennlied to the ! ""'I 'ally nbnoi were oni.'d In Isill lis. m. uliele ll.ilu inn and Maims ut Meinil'is S.. t in l;i y . N'uv. Were enjoyed until a late hour. A no table tt-atuie cf the cveninn was a con tent. In whlth the most popular boy on the team wns rlnwen, and "Ti;cr" KJ Kins wus the winner of a laine ye kw mum." tiwl with I. link and lbiv tulle. Ile III I he evening refn-shnu nts of Sandw ( his, mints ami tea weie stuid to the followiiiir quests Messrs. Jake Muriday, John (hikes, 'TiK'" " Kb.lns. Ch.ules Kelerbcnil. 1 1. Witt Lambs H is ler. Wlnfleld M h' los. Johnnie Anil.-r ..n. Hardin llovb-s. II iy r.ab-s. I'at WhlttltiKton. Irwin PI iv. Clyd. liuHor Mil nil Thouiison. Leoliald Shaip, Ibii-k Little (ci .in hi. Ui.nlv Nobles nnd Murwea fusle Crudj;int;ton, ( sli I N'ich Jos. Hai-hel r.iuiiv. Alice Curtis, l.n lene Shl.ley, Ur.ice Walker, Tauline iMniley, Jiorothy Tlon.isi,ii, Kran.e. I'.ollow, Adiienne Att'-bmf. and Mr and Mr. flrady C Waid. II .'II I lilKe '.'l.tll. Ml', lolniore is the soil ,,r In. J. i.iluu re of Tui key. Te,i. The yiuiiii; ouple, utter n short weddiiiit trip, will UMke thill home III Aliuillllo Willi Mis 'iilinon 's sist. r. Mi- li. W llnd' i ol I'm'. Van lltneii. ' s. Amanita Motorcycle G. Panhaadla dlstrihutnre of tb llr deraon. Ace, Heading Ktandard, Cleveland. Indian, tireiaiur and Indian Hlryilea. EXI'F.KT RRPIRl.NU SS Kant Third tit. Phone 1171 id Fir CANDY Fine Hand dipped rhorulatee. L'eeaU) retail fur 76c per In, Our price MIMAI. XOTFH AMI PFKSONAI. MF.NTION. . Mrs. F. A. Hill nnd party of friend ' fiom I'tnliandle will anlve In the citv -loday to attend the ihailty j lay, "The "J' Hj is.fera I Mrs. John A. I'caeock of Fort Wotth. i Texas, iiriived in the rity Monday for an Indefinite visit with h't nephew' and family. OeorK I'arr, of 1SII Harrl , on Street. Mt a. 1. U. Cole entertnined a party , of out-of town ladiea yeateiday who came to the city to lie jweaent at the , lamheon Riven fr Mis. IVny V. j I'enni Uiek'-r. 3Sc Per Lb. RANDAL DRUG CO. Monday niht dainaod us considcraMy, iut we arc licrt' for lnisincss just the same. Pennsylvania Motor Oil I'liiled Slates Tires and TuIkn , l"isk Tii cs and 'I'nlics v Alcohol ti(i l'rirc m -IS inch All Wool Sere, i" 10 inch ?2 J.v Poplin, ...$1.65 . .$1.15 Aut a , I nun iliiu' Miiilics Ray Andrews Company Sixth and Tyler Sti. Phone 2410 KNTKI. MISSION ART MKIKT1 TO MFCT . The Central Mlasionnry 8nb-ty of the Vntral 1'resbyteian Chun h. will meet in tho ihun h antic Wednesday afternoon at 2 Sn o'tlo k. instead of 3 at previously announced. The ladies are requested to roino j.tep.irnl to s.-w. Tho afternoon's lea aon, taken fiom the last hapter of "Th. Why and How of Fori Ian Mia aions." will I-" led by Mrs. W. T. Kt.if.-I lrry. A full attendan-e la urited. IKKNT-TK f II FHS 111 MFFT. The parent Te o fiers Club of IH Hast Waid H hol will nie.-t Ttnirtn fin noon at 3 o rbw k ar.d evert- on Is urired to I Hfii-nt because of l"J I l.rtant business. ! Oeaninf, Pressing and Hat Work New Prices J. B. GRAY rVM SttMS E. 4th St. HYDEN'S ; OptAinelrUt and Minnfartarine Optl . tUm, na-wrr Ilh and 1'idk Mreel. j.rr, .tsmne1 without the use of, drue. faie tr"iind In mif own, ehop ti teet voitr indivelu.l r-t'itt ( menta. Anv ler diin1i-ii'ed from the ,tee. It i M Mvden. fsdutte Oj tetiirtrltt. Nlw yurt in A-nO lo. fTVI'.KY rIR (il AMMIUI. A 0B EVERYBODY The Greatest Surprise is yet to come STOP YOUR BUYING, TOO! until you see our ad. Experienced Salesladies Wanted Quick am Ann to. rexAt 1 vs. $1.35 Tricot inc. $2.45 $3.35 .$3.CS Ml Wool .special .vii-incli All W ool Sitjjc, $1."5, Special 42-inoh All Wool Srre. $2.25. Special . 54 -inch All Wool !jy.50. Special 5 inch All Wool Coating, $4.25. Special 56 inch All Wool Coating, $5.1 X), Special 55 - inch All Wool Cireen Plannel. $2.S5, Special $2.15 56- inch All Wol Xavy Flannel, $2.50. Special ." $1.65 2X-inch All Wool Red Manuel. $2.00. Special $1.15 IX inch Fancy Wool Vesting, S.V75, Special .$1.50 6-inch Costume Velvet, $5.(Hl, Special ; $2.50 46-inch All Wool White Scre, $.V5, Special ,., $2.65 Wayne Pumps For Gasolina and Oil Ak lite roan who haa on J. A. ENN1S 801 Tiler AmarUJo, TIM Maintain a Safe ra tio of insurance to value have us place the additional in surance needed. Silks 4 iiu Ii Tan Cunt' li I 'i ! Kiiei i.i I . 4n in h Oiny C.ii.t,"ii I 'i i ie, IT LT,, .i" i i a I . . in Iiu h I'd .o k i anion 'l e.e. I't.'Ji, Smi III I . . 4l I'M II I Cieoe, I! 4" in. li . Vm. I :.l i. h a i, Sn . .11 I'.e nton i.ii . Ic Cieie 4'i in. h l'.!a. I.. !-m ..il 4'i in. li l'...c 1: S '1 in I -.1' k t "l e'e t.: -. 1 k Clr $2.45 $2.45 $2.45 $2.35 $2.43 $2.45 $3.45 .ii; im 1 1 :;i; in. Silk, h Fancy S.. i l.ll Lining, Ci.ld'd White .''I, Kpeeial 95c $1.50 X iiu h Fancy Stol e 6k Slili lirn;. J." '.'"i. S l.il . M ii.' li C" Slim, il . n r. i- Sl'..-. ; ,ii im Taff. O.llliK lll.iek I I..., S.e. l.ll . ;i. iii h r-'i'i-iiiK S.i'in. 1 1 "". S "- n; in. h :i e I. S. Siin. t : '! $1.65 S1.35 $2.50 $2.50 $2.15 mitlh 600 Polk Street Phone 1613 LIGHTING FIXTURES Correct and adequate light, ahcddlnr Ita Inviting ray traa tba right hanging Urn pa. will nuika m baautlful tntraoca mora tMautlful. Artlatlc light aourea f tm way to arhleva this daalrabla and and w ha many from whloa you may chooaa. Our ahuwruora la a plaoa jot abnuld vtalt. Tou ax walooma any tlma. Nunn Electric Co. 417 folk NtraaS Thamt 71 c Tlic Next Best Thing 1 1 Vi.u can't ,ro home fjr C'hriitmas send vour PI in'IOf IK API 1 .Mli', r..ih Edwards Modern I'orlraitiat 1'ln.ne 7IU N0RANDA CIGARS 10c I for 25c 15c Straight THEY 'ADD TO THE JOY Have You Tried Them? OF LIVING AUTO Repairing Accessories Batteries Tires Tubes Oils Greas GAS Smith-Jetton Auto Supply FURS! FUta FURS! Cleaned, I'.-llned and Kemixleied Na fura mad to order Out of tnwn work a aparlaltr. MRS. L. C. ( WOJ. All Tork (iuaranleod rbom i;i llllaiora Ht. On Account of I Misplacement of , I Names in 1 Telephone Directory Only one telephone number of The Daily News is shown in correct place. For your information: It Ti'l Smith JU lail 4th ind J. M. Jetton I Editorial Society Circulation Business Office Advertising 471 883 Only place in the city employ ing factory trained men. V repair any Battery, Magneto Starter or Generator. for real Storage Battery Service T. M. Caldwell Co.' 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