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Amarillo Daily News
Society Editorials
Section Two
AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1922.
ALVAH D. METER. EDITOR. PHONE ill
SOMK TIIIM.S THK
I). A. K. JS .HUNG.
Wlx-n a rlty 1h rall.il utmn to !
hoatt-aa to an orirtnlbiiioii ut any kind,
It unly renm inutile to atii'tawe that tho
-oiU of thiit coiiHiiunlty nrc Inter
ratnl In what that orirnnlxnilon in,
hnt It K.idiIm for. and what It In (lolntf
for the good of mankind.
The lJaukhU-ra of tha Amt-rhun R.-v-olutlon
niti to hold their annual SWiio
"onf erenow In Amarlllc, Nov. t)t(hth,
lilnth nncl tenth, arc not an hoiiu huva
Mid. "Anoiry VorehlH-r." They ur
however, the lineal leoenlanta of
thuae who left h"tne. and hnmn luml to
I hi- the danger of the nw world at
the dictate of ronaclenra. Theao pinn
vera, living their Uvea of rugged en
durance, for the privilege of fre
thought and frne aia-erh. and teaching
their children the Ideas of lilerty.
iunllty and Juxtice, drought alout thn
Ikx'lurutioii of lnli'intnli'ine ond the
American Involution. Kvery Colon nit
t once either became a Patilot or a
Tory.
This ancextral Patriot, however, must
have Ix-en an active cm. Thoe wi.o
uoiulniilljr aidisl with tn Kovolutimi
lata hut refuwd to bear their ahnrn of
1h National burden aro not conaMer
el. It inukin no difference an to tho
rank or atuidlng of an Individual,
whether he wan a ecrvant or the (iov
wnor of a Colony. id rnuxt have done
tu'tual, Mraonal wrvice for tho Ameri
can catiae, and the prmif of Much ser
vice muMt be furnlHhed.
Thla la one work the I. A. R. lina
et for themaelvia; to aearch out and
nwakr a rvoord of tho nmne of every
ritlxen of tho country who gnve thin
mrvlie. The SoVernmriit haa tlmut
thla for the veterana of the Civil. han
inh-American and Kuropewn wura. but
for thoee who were of the beginning,
the American Revolution. thorn records
bud nlei'1 u hundred yen in. until tin
arthed by thla aociety: and now the
im-onla are almoin complete.
At the oulbreuk of the War with
Ppaln. the aorvhva of tho 'oolcty were
nffervd to the !iv rnim nt In theno
word "The Iinughter the Amerl
ran Revloution have organizations In
every State, and will hold thi-mmdven
Jn readineas for their country'a ncel
when called upon."
The (lovernnient reHindl at once
In the conimlHsionlng of this society
by the War Ifc-tmrtment under Sur
geon (Jencrul Sternlierg to ' provldo
all hoapltul nureH sent to Cub.i or to
the camps. Fifty times tho (letieml
rolled and every time the quota ak
pj was filed In twenty four hours.
Whether the order was for six or 11
liuudred iiur. Altogether 4.600
iiuiaeitjre',J,unk',J '. ,m; cults and 1,700
were rhowen'irnj cht. "
ONI trails all over the country are
being marked, historical places pre
aerved. and beat of nil the iieople for
whom those early sncrifiin-s were made
are lieing taught to love this country
and our ll-ala. Teachers nre being jr
vld.J In the nii'lve language of tho
ftneigner who comes to our shores,
that even the first learning In American
Ism may le understood. Other teach
era are sent to the mountains and re
mote districts. Scholarships are found
ed for the student, ambitious for a
higher education but with Insufficient
funds. Two ueh scholarships of $5.
COO each h.ive been established In Tex
as; one at the State I'nlversity and tho
cither at Oer.ton Normal. It H the
bos of the Amnrlllo chapter to have
one given at the Canyon Normal In
the near future.
The work and ambitions of tho soc
iety are fittingly eMse. In their
motto: "Home and Country." To per
unite the memory nnd spirit of '71.
to preaerve the landmarks of their
struggle for lndeendance. nnd to In
tilr.it. into the hearts ami lives of tho
f;:i re cM!ons of our nation thoeo
ltloi.lt of lihelty. equably and Justice
for r. hb h our forefathers fought.
Tho National Society was founded
Auti.m Ui. lirt. with three mem
ber The orgnniMtlon wfts compb't
e.1 tct llth. following with eighteen
memt'era present. Mrs. ttenjuinin Har
r.son. wife of the prrsldetit of the
t utted States , became the f.tst I'resl
tent tleneral. Six yearn lat r. May
th. l!. a charter wan gnintel tho
Society l y the t'nlto.1 Ktat. C.overn
loent. nd an annual reixit ef the work
ac.-oo plli.hed Is made to the Federal
Oi.vci tinent. thrnuah the Smithsonian
Institute. This Is tho first woman's
orgiitiixation so rharterot by congress.
Thirty two years hns seen this 1'at
riotir orgsnlxal.on grow from that (Tl
glnul numWr of thr-e. to a National
memberHh.p of over IJO.wm) and Tex
as alone ban a slate memUnhip of
t.MH women.
Mrs Jesnie N i:i"s. Historian,
Kather MiH'rory tli ipter.
NIK tOl TIINKStilVIN(i
DINNKU MKM.
Illy Hcnlu K. Kliapleigli).
How the words TliaiikKglvlng Day"
will to mind happy ilavs when families
gathered togi-tln r, and then Mid mem
ories when h reliance those days aro
no more.'
To set ajurt a day ut the end of
harvest when the -r.pa were In as a
diiv of tli.inksiflvliig to Cod for his
mercies for mtiiiien. It was spoken
of us the Harvest 1'inst or Festival.
When the early colonial settlers
wh)ic1 to mnko a thank offering to
Cod for their new country and homo
they rhose a day In Novemlier which
should be devoti-d to prayer and thanks
giving and lalled It "Thanksgiving
liy." Families gathered at grandmoth
er's house, tho best of 1he land's of
ferings were iMiked, and as the ie
plo prosa-red the dinner grew In pro
portion and tables "gleaned" with tha
goodies.
Always Turkey.
The n eat chosen for this dinner was
from the turkey, a bird which first
was wild, coming from Mexico, and
later domesticated.
The vegetables were those grown dur
ing the summer snd wero ready for
winter tow the onion, squash, pump
kin, turnip and stutoca.
The pumpkin has always Ix-cn used
for pies and when a pie Is made from
a giHsl pumpkin, coaihined with eggs,
milk nnd spice, no better pie can I
tiaide. Tho sweet potato in the south
takes the place to a degree of th
northern pumpkin.
The "I id" Pudding.
In some Kirts of New Knglund a
"laid" pudding was always served at
the Thanksgiving dinner. It was a
pudding made with layers of crackers
and raistns covered with milk and
thickened with eggs. Some places use
the cairot ns a foundation for a steam
td fi uit pudding.
Cranberry sauce or Jelly adds color
and flavor to the dinner.
Tho south has contributed tho ex
('client sweet Hitato, SIM h a good ai'
companimeiit to turkey, esis-cially when
sooked by a rt-al southern rook. In
New Yoik some of the old families
thought that nothing went so well
with turkey as tin nipt and Mtutoes
m.irshcd together.
Oyster Soup.
Along the Atlantic coast the oyster
grew M great quantities, und so an
oyster soup, or oysters crcumed or
sea loped must always apeur on the
Thanksgiving menu.
For table decoration a pumpkin hol
lowed out makes an attractive fruit
dish, rruit and autumn leaves with
chrysanthemums for those who can
have them make a table quite In keep
Ing with the season.
Nuts of ,ui kinds for after dinner
and good sweet elder to drink with
bright led apples to eat made the
day ono to be renu-mlN-n-d unt.l the
next year tdiouH bring another one.
FAI'liKSSIOS, KM ITAI, l4
FF.ATI UK OF KIKI.V NF.F.K.
Mis Caro!yn Itrynnt presented a
number of her younyer expression pup
ils in a delightful program Monday af
ternoon In the aJditoiium of the High
School, as the fust of a series of month
ly programs to be gien by the rlasa
during the season. The program which
includes an Interesting little one act
play entitll, "The I nlnvtted tiuest."
in which the lending role was cleverly
carrier by Miss licss Johnson, was
hvud with grmt Interest by the audi
ence, Thoso attending the rc lt.il will
greet with pleasure tho next of the
series to be given at somo time during
the coming month.
Among the pupils presented were:
Valerie Johnson. II Clay Thomas. Ada
licss Johnson, I'awn Adklns, Khxabcth
Powell, initio Clennlken. Sarah IWth
Daxis. Hollm Sehriber, Carol Rule, C.lb
more Nunn and Sybil Milford.
RAIN PI I.I.S IMWN ATTF.NDANCK
AT (illlJmF.VH HTOKY 1101 K.
The attendance at the children's story
telling hour Saturday morning at the
library was very good consid. i ,ng the
inclemency of the weather. When a
group of Interesting stories were told
by Mrs. Henry tiich.
The story hour will he held next
Saturday at 10.30 o'clisk In the library'
assembly room and all children of thc
city from 6 to 12 years of age ate cor
dl.illy invited.
Cl.lilS TO MFF.T THIM
AFTKKNOON.
Mrs. James Farwell w ill entertain the
memls-rs of the Vaka Ki Yl Club this
afternoon, beginning t 3 o'clts-k, at
her home, 90S West Sixteenth Street.
Im Costura Club wilt miit at the
home of Mrs. Will Collins. 1S0I Taylor
Street this arternoon ut 3 o'clock.
TIMMONSIUHI.DK WKDniNO
SOI.KMMZKD HATl'RDAV.
MIsn I.ona May Tlmmuna and Cecil
F. Itouldcn of this cJty were united In
marriage Saturday evening. Nov. 4, at
TUO u'ctock. by I. H. W. Virgin In bis
study at the First Huptlst Church.
The iHiuple were uivompanitil by Mr.
and Mrs. Ted George.
Mr, lloulden. who Is the daughter of
Mr. nnd Mrs. It. K. Tlmmon or 1610
Monroe Stns-t .and who having grown
to young womnnh'Hsl in Aiisirillo has
made for herself a host of friends, was
attractively gowned in a dress of navy
blue silk creie. Mr. lloulden, who has
resld d In Amnrlllo for several years,
is a tn-ailuale of A. A M. College w here
he secull4sl in civil engineering, and
now holds a position with the Handel
Construction Co. here. The couple fol
lowing tho reremony went Immediate
ly to their new homo at IOiiS Harrison
Street, where they will be ut homo to
their friends.
IJIIIIARY HOARD IIOIJH
INTt.KKKTINU MEKT1NU.
The Totter County Ubrnry Hoard
met Monday morning at the library
when many matters of Interest were
brought up for discussion. The Potter
County lils-arlan, Mra. Henderson. ie
jvorted that H liooks cf Juvenile class
had been circulated duiing the month,
2H5 juvenile fiction, 287 of adult class,
13IIC of adult fiction and 2i seven day
tiooka. with a total circulation of
tor the month of October. ,
The school children are patronizing
the library for reference work In large
numlsrs In the afternoons, according
to Mrs. Henderson, registration Is
steadily increasing and the library con
tinues to grow in npulunty on Sundays
land In tho evenings ainoe thla gTwiter
service has leen extended. More looks
seems to be the outstanding need of tha
library ut present.
MKFTIMi OK Al .XH.IAKY
IS ANNOI NC KD.
Tho Woman's Auxiliary of ftt. An
drews Fpls4-o4il Church will met at 2
o'clock, Wednesday afternoon In the
parish house.
I MRS. ADAM WALK Fit TO
ICKCKIVF. LAS AMHiAS.
Mrs. Adam Walker will U hostess
to the memlN-r of Im Amigaa Club,
Thuisday afternoon, at 2 30 o'clock, fit
her home, COS West Tenth Street.
r.HCTIIDAY ( KI.LRRATKD
JOINTLY WITH PARTY.
Little Miss VirginU Marshall and
Master lHiatild Hamilton entertained
with a party Saturday afternMin. cele
brating their scvi th and fourth birth
days. Following an hour of games. Ice
creant and cake were eivcd to K.t
l-o Retlwlne, Antlnonette Love, How
ard Randull. Nell I'ris-tor. Kdnn Marie
Conley, Mary leliirid Smith, Pauline
Agee, Muriel Hutherly. It. 1.. Walker
Jr., Kenneth Slminolis. Oliver Pen
nington, Ruth Ibslge, John Hoc Mot
low, Vera Mae Marshall, J. (S. Marsh
all, Jr., nonuld Mamilton.
The smull host and hostess were tho
reclp.oiits of a number of lovely gifts.
FARFWLLI. PARTY HONORINO
RKV. AND MRS. Ill ( KAI1EK.
All the memU'is and friends of the
Senior Lpworth I'acuo of the Polk
Street Methodist Chun h nre Invited
to attend the farewell paity to Im given
in honor of the Hi v. ami Mrs. Ira T.
Hucknboe. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe J. Mlckle, 1110 Polk Street, this
evening, legiunlng at I o'clock.
IF YOF ARK
WKU. IIRKD.
You know that a man riding on an
elevator In a hotel, club or apartment
building removes hla hat when a wom
an enters the cur.
When be stops on the street to speak
to his acquaintance a man of careful
manners always removes his hat and
remains liatless so long as he converses
with her Should he walk along with
her he put on hla hat.
( 01 NTRY CU II C'AM'FIK MPIKK'
DAY FOR THK WF.F.K.
Indies' day will not lie observed to
day at th Amarlllo Country Club on
account of prcuratlona for the Stute
convention of the Daughter of the
American Revolution that Is to Is held
beginning on Wednesday of this Week.
P. K. O. WITH M KS.
l N. OLYF.lt TODAY.
Mrs I. N ilvcr will entertain the
member of Chapter H of p. K. o. this
afternoon, at I o'i bs k, at her borne,
lyoH Van Lureii street. The program
in the year book Mill l-e rendered.
SOCIAL NOT KM AND
PKRSONAL .MKNTIOS.
Mrs. J. K. Shireman, formerly of
Amarlllo, but now of Loa Angeles, Cali
fornia, will spend the day today with
friends in Amarillo, en route to Okla
homa City.
LI RROCK filKL WLDH.
Lt'ltlha'K. No. . One of the most
iH-atltiflll Wldd.lies Of the HeOHOll WHS
solemnized at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ater. pioneer cltlxena of West
Texas at one o'clock tislnv when t heir
daught-r. Mi-s I'ecnn.i Marie Ater In
came the l icle of Kdgar T. I'litman.
cablemim for the Southwestern Hell
Telephone Comiwnv at Anuirlllo. Mr.
and Mrs. Put man b-ft Iniiio-dlately af
ter the ceremony for Amarillo, fnm
where Ihev will go to tircetivUlo. Ky.,
to lslt ut the home of Mr. Putmun's
parents. They will make their home In
Amarillo.
81NDAY KilOOL RKPORTS.
Churches- Attendance Col
Polk Street Methodist...
Iluchanan St. .Methodist...
Houston St. Methodist....
First Itaptlst 793
Second Ruptlst 137
Tabernacle Itaptlst 1st
nienwood Hap list H4
Hrst Christian 375
Central Presbyterian 316
St. Andrew KpiscoaJ. . . . C!
Church of the Nazarene..
Salvation Army CI
2S C7
4 St
11.10
I 62
16 41
17.H
11
Ql FKN KSTIIF.K ( LI 11
IS KNTFRTAI.NTD.
Queen Kather Club met at tho home
of Mrs. I. W. PrltaJn. HO.'i Fillmore
Stn-et, Thursday afternoon, for a very
pleasant afternoon of needle work and
games. The enjoyment of the occasion
was heightened by the attractive decor
Hon of fall flower in the guest rooms,
and tho hostess served a delicious re
freshment course. Mrs. Ashcraft wa
special guest of tho club. The next
regular im-etlng will U held at the
home of Mrs. F. linker, 105 Tyler
Street, on Thursday. Nov. 16.
Rl MVI.K SAI.K AND M KKKT
WILL ItK IIKI.D ItY HI IIJ.
Tislay Is the day of the big rummage
sale. fsxt nuiiket nnd bumar to Ih held
by the members of the (Vntral Oiilld
of the Central Prestnterian Church, at
the old City National Rank building.
No More "Blue
Mondays"
With a Trior the washing is quickly
and economically done.
ORDER YOURS TODAY
CITY LIGHT fl WATER CO.
WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE ALWS
Itl SINFSS AND PROFKSSIONAl. !
WOMF.N WILL MKIT TONKiHT. 1
The Itusiness and Profess.onal Worn-
en's Club will meet tonight at the uuil ,
hour at the Methodist Chun h Annex.
Supper will Is- served promptly at via
oibsk. The song written for the duh
song contest will also t- presented at
this meitlng. t4
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The right way.
To clear your skin
If rear ik in bred mneh Kln-ti
M cloiffrd with dust and oil.
dun't pinca U and ptrM It. Ttut
tncrttMe ta irritatsan and ne
ttaefl caoset inftaam, sbotild the
endfiwt skis become bruited by
the infer nail.
The cm of Be tine I Snap and
Ointment k a rtry staple and
pteaunl way to overcome this eon.
dition. It can aeually be relied
npon for prompt and atitfartory
remit even in severe, atubWn
canrt.
Tm'tl MrwGnm fw title irgam irniMMm
e ss. i taM M l5Ti3
Kmm V xll alw rtr. 4, aZi,
?m.'m.,nr"'h,- wS
Uaff4 ks ttM Suit kaaa.
Resinol
Of Coerse
the handome booklet about the New Hotel Amarillo come from
the shop of Russell & CockrelL You will be proud to tend this book
let to your friends in other cities because it adequately expresses
the beauty and the service of your city's new hotel.
Besides being the "Panhandle's printing place," Russell and Cock
red' s is as distinctive an organization as is the New Hotel Amarillo.
This big, beautiful store of books, office equipment, typewriters,
gifts, and art goods is more than a store. It is an institution and it
is one of the points for visitors to Amarillo.
Feature Specials For Hotel
Opening Week
You will be delighted with the display of fine sta X
tionery in our windows and on sale tables this week
your choice at '. IViCC
Tlos Include rlm. frle Pike's finest papers. ( nine s hiiimu pspetrks. and H
hoket oderinc of other makers buy M fur )nuretl. U It awy l ( l.rUtma.
Several hundred choice books including such titles
as "Flaming Forest," Wharton'a MAge of Innocence,"
books selling up to $2.00, slightly shelf worn and some
without jackets, your choice while they last
-pUSSELL SpOCKRELL
, JJTe Panhandle y Printing (p.t
"Our Oustnts It to Htlp Your Butnss"
50c
Eacli
This is a cimisoH Service Store
Dollr. I'm flee e
fr AUf Cars)
! mni frvtt Ur
ns Irntt lr .
if
sapper. J'mMaftW
fact a
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Eat sensibly
during the warm veathsr!
ore nourishing-refreshmg-delicious
It's a long step for health and riddance of
summer drowsiness and that sluggish feeling if
you'll all stop eating so much heavy, greasy
foods and let Kellogg's delicious Corn Flakes do
your health a good turn! With cold milk and
the luscious fruits now in season, Kellogg's aro
extra delightful so crisp, and appetizing.
Kellogg's Corn Tlakcs arc nourishing and
supply all the summer energy you need; yet,
they digest easily and actually rest the stomach!
On such a diet you'll feel so much better; your
mind will be keener and you'll accomplish a lot
more work and help yourself keep cool.
It's an extra dessert treat ta serve Kellogg's
Corn Flakes with fresh fruit
and a generou3 helping of
cream!
TOASTED
CORN
FLAKE?
Be cettain you ft Ivclloge.' Cora
FUkes the kind in the RED and
GREEN package that bean the i sta
tute of W. K. Kellogg. ,ri(inator of
Corn Flakes, None geauise without HI
CORN PLAICES
AUe Wn of KEI.L0CCS kU'MJLLS atJ KELLCCC'S BRAN, (twite tie kraakUe
Women's and Children's
$ath Robes
Good quality heavy Cor
duroy Bath Robes for
Women.
Priced at
tp3e95
to
$12.95
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Beacon Robes
BEACON BATH ROBES FOR WOMEN AND
MISSES IN SIZES UP TO 46, PRICED AT
$4 to $8.95
CHILDREN'S ROBES
We are showing a large assortment of childrens
Robes in sizes 2 to 14, moderately priced.
Mjoore
Siosioi
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