Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on October 29, 1961 · Page 14
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 14

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, October 29, 1961
Page 14
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"Hot Spot Of The.World" Described In Talk By Civic Culture Speaker ' 84th PAMPA ftAttv NEWS SUNDAY, OCfOBfcR J9 14 ESA PLEDGES - - Kappa Alpha Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority pledged new members in a candlelight ceremony held in the home of Mrs. Bob Miller, 2223 Aspen. Mrs. Forrest Rader, president conducted the pledge service for, left to right Mrs. Felix Fisher Jr., Mrs. R. W. Rutherford, Mrs. Clayton Meadows and Mrs. Howard Cruise • (Photo, Call's Studio) Exemplar Chapter With Mrs. Hilbun The Exemplar Chapter Xi Beta I the Russian People. The principal Chi of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority I cities discussed were Moscow nnd 1 met Monday evening in the home of Mrs. Byron Hilbun, 1101 Frederic, A program on "Russia" was given by Mrs, Grundy Morrison, guest speaker, who recently toured Russia with an Agriculture Farm and Ranch Group sponsored by the Ft. Worth Star Telegram. Mrs. Morrison, who spent 12 days in Russia, gave an informative discussion of the many customs, dress, living conditions, transportation and activities of Leningrad. Mrs. Ralph Esson conducted the business meeting followed by the social hour. Mrs. Billie Harwood of Snn Antonio and Mrs, Don Morrison of Pampa were welcomed as guests. Members attending were Mmes. Tom Beard, Melyin Keiffer, Buston Grayson, Joe Fishcer, .Do.t Francis, Ted Knox, Maurice McCoy, Barney McMullan/ Jimmy Scholl, Murray Sealey, John Plaster, F. L. Stone and Lucille Meredith. Read (he News Classified Ads Civic Culture Study Club met Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. J. B. Townsend, 1202 E. Francis for a program on "Hot Spot ttf the World" presented by Mrs. Willis White. "A cold war is the hottest war there is and that is what t h e world Is witnessing right ti o w," Mrs, White said in opening re* marks. "Cuba, Congo, Vlet/iam, Laos, Berlin, the United Nations and now the Arab Republic." "The communists under Mr. i Khrushchev's leadership are ex- |tremely busy starting these brush fires. A military buildnip is the necessary first ph«se of the ! American reply to the Berlin crisis, Western rights In Berlin did not come from*the Soviet Union and cannot be taken away by the Soviet UnW "We have," Mrs, White said, "pledged three fundamental .rights to the people of Berlin: 1) to .protect'the two and a quarter million people in West Berlin; 2 the right of these people to choose their own type of government; 3) full allied access "to West Berlin by air, rail and road. These rights were accepted by all four c powers at the defeat of N a r. [ Germany and re-affirmed in the agreements that ended the Soviet blockade in 1949." "Mr. Khrushchev proposes a treaty recognizing the independence of the East Zone, communist domination. This treaty would cancel all western rights in West Berlin. The Soviets say they will respect West Berlin as a free city. That is only a play on words as Poland, Hungary and others have found out. Mr. K has said that West Berlin is a bone in his throat. West Berlin is prosperous and democratic. A radiant oasis of Liberty, which attracts hundreds of East Berliners every day. Don't you think he will want to pluck out that bone?" During the business meeting, Conducted by Mrs. W. ,T. Morris, president, reports were given by Mrs, Stanley Brandt, secretary and Mrs. Townsend, treasurer. Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Emmett Osborfie reported on a district workshop for Federated Clubs which they attended recently in Hereford. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Members attending, not previously mentioned were Mmes. R. E. Dalier, Carl Axelson, A. D. Hills, C, F. Pennington, W. C. Scott, K. A. Sorenron, George. Neef, Louise Sewell, Katie Viiv Happy Home Topic For Varietas Club cent and a guest, Mrs. Voss. » E. W. Read th« News Classified Adr Mrs, H. Pri&e tJosjfef Sr. was hostess to the Varietas Study Club on Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Joe 1. Weaver, club presU dent, presiding at the meeting. The afternoon's study was 6n the topic, "Foundations Of A Happy Hoftie," which opened with toll call of members on this theme. Mrs. Jess Kirchinan spoke on "Are You Losing Your Individuality?" and brought out points on the value of personal qualities for every woman and her need to en"courage individuality in her fanv ily. She reminded the group of the rugged individualism of the American forefathers and urged them to get back to that quality combining it with the best attributes of present-day life. Mrs. C. M, McKinney concluded the program with a discussion on "Making A Profession of t h e Home." She compared working mothers with home mothers and listed the advantages of each type of woman's life. She illustrated with case histories of each type and quoted authorities' views on the subject with the conclusion thst "a wife and mother -i§ bett6f| equipped to maintain ness of her family it she worksl only in her home provided, herl finances do not force her to take! a job. 1 ' " ' • • Read the News Classified Ad* Dark Cottons 08c Value Z Yd*. 1 Remnants - !/3 Off FABRICS One Large Group Pries Silk Organza Reg. $1.29 yd. Use Our Lay a way | Thread •Ric- Rac • Buttons DC Each SHOP, SEW AND SAVE AT SANDS FINE FABRICS McCall's Butterick and Vogue Patterns 216 N. Cuyler MO 4-7909 DOLLAR DAYS ONE DAY ONLY-MONDAY; OCT. 30. Ladies' Flats, Ties Others One Rack Values to $7.95 Now BABY SHOES '3 One Table Sizes 0 to 8 Mostly Weatherbird Values to $5.95 pr. Ladies' Non-Run Hosiery Finest In Town Reg. $1.29 Pr. Save 87c i 3 Pairs 121 N. Cuyler Phone MO 9-9442 SHOES FOR ALL THE FAMILY KYLE'S • V SHOES FO one week... dollar day thru Saturday! the biggest coat event in our history Bay's $ Day Dress Clothes SIZES: 3-6 7-12 13-20 SPECIALS Sport Shirts Boy's — Broken Sizes Valuei $193 to $3.98 Sport Coats Boy's Si/.es .'i-7 $9.98 Sweat Shirts Boys' — With Hood $3.50 WITHOUT HOOD 12.50 FORD'S BOYS' WEAR .Sixes 3 Thru 20 HI g. Frwis MO i- le'it.-hiaiis (M lie H»r«'« special purchase! luxurious MILIUM lined mink-trimmed COATS! usually 129.95 cerulean mink on black autumn haze on bamboo ranch mink on cocoa autumn haze on cocoa cerulean on blue ranch mink on black. several beautiful styles to choose from! $ dollar day special group dresses .799 , 2 99 | 4 99 selected group dark cottons, dacrons, wools, crepes, and blends — all priced at cost and below. ' special group! matched sportswear skirts - sweaters - pants 5.99 to 10.99 large group matching sportswear — not all sizes Is each item — unusual bargains for this early in the season. leather jackets regular 39.95 zip-ours 29.90 regular 25.95 jackets 19.90 just arrived — limited quantity, fine leather jackets in white, bejge, black or cocoa. special group suits limited group — susan thomas leather trim 3 piece suits — were 49.95. $ 39 special purchase J^ttl.^!! , . i , !' new shipment! reversible untnmmed coats 1 , . •. , ain or shine 1 coats usually 69.95 and 79.95 all fur-fibre coats custom or regular sizes 4 to 20 black — sandstone — blue— ^oeoa— - barn boo Mil. MM i0»u)»ted fur all vvtmthir comfort. I just received — in black, beige, blue, ma- I genta or spice — popular all weather reversible coat—solid tackle twill reverses to a -fine print — 6 to 8. $1190 II new shipment! 3'piece nylon pajama and robe set inother shipment -~ nylon pajamas, robs, scuffs and case in combinations of bins or pink — washes and dries in a jifry — ideal gif t-sizes 32 to 40. $Q99

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