Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on October 29, 1961 · Page 15
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 15

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SOCIAL C . PROGRAM INTERCHANGE--Borger Twentieth Century Club presented the program for members and guests at Pampa's Twentieth Century Club Guest Day Tuesday afternoon in Lovett Memorial Library. Pictured above at the refreshment table are, left to right, Mrs. Roland Allen, program chairman and Mrs. George Boyd, president, both of Borger Twentieth Century Club, Mrs. H. E. Stanfield, program chairman and seated, Mrs. R. W. Stowers, president, both of Pampa Twentieth Century Club. (Daily News Photo) . -V Messages Of Americanism Presented By Borger Club At TCG Guest Day Mrs- R, W. Stowers, president, welcomed members and guests to Twentieth Century Club, annual Guest Day Tea held Tuesday afternoon in Lovett Memorial Library. A special welcome was given to members of Borger's Twentieth Century Club, who presented a program entitled "Persuasion of Pioneers." Mrs. George Boyd, Borger TC president, extended an invitation to the Pampa Club to present a program in Borger next year- Mrs. P. K- Stearns led the group in the pledge to the flag. Mrs. John Yows, program leader, in opening remarks, said "It could be said that pioneers are those who go forward during times of change and help to shape the destiny that emerges. We, the pioneers of today, can look to the past generations for guidance, inspiration, and encouragement and it should be our prayer that we can leave a like heritage for future generations to build upon-" She commented that words can "immortalize an event," "incite to noble action," .or "lend inspiration to perform what must be done-" in the form of Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address" presented by Mrs. Frank Stallings, Clarence Lutes, Melvin Stephens, Murray Castleberry, T. P. Collins, J. W. Mcknight, W. J. Beale,; E. Myatt, Henry Gindorf, Charles Hickman Jr., W. D. Price Jr., R. L. Edmondson, B. R- Carmichael, Wayne Exley, W- Purviance, ; C, MONDAY 2:00 — Gray County H o to e Demonstration Council, Co.iift- house Annex. 7:30 v — ]? a m p a Duplicate Bridge Club, Coronado Inn. TUESDAY ! 9:30 — Valerie Sherard Circle, Hobart Street Baptist Church, in the home of Mrs. Bob Marlar, 621 N- Magnolia. 9: 30 — Francis Knight Circle, ' Hobart Street Baptist in the home of Mrs. J. B. Fife, 1132 N' Nelson. 9:30 — Eunice Leach Circle, Hobart Street Baptist Church with Mrs. A. B. Clark, 1121 Nee] Road' ' WEDNESDAY 9:00 — Presbyterian Women's Ass'n, Educational Building. ; 10:00 — Episcopal Women's Auxiliary, St. Matthews Parish Hall, 727 W. Browning. 10:00 — Women's Missionary Society, Barrett Baptist Chapel. 10:15 — Women's Missionary Society, First Baptist Church, j Royal Service Program and; Luncheon- 1:00 —St. Vincent -d e P aul Parish Council, in St, Vincent's- THURSDAY 9:30 — City Council PTA Study , Course on Civil Defense, Robert E. Lee Juinor High. I 9: 30 — Council of Clubs, City Club Room. 2:30 — Senior Citizens Center, Lovett Memorial Library, Birthday Party for November honorees. 5:45 — Business Women's Circle, First Baptist Church. '. 7:00 — Las Cresas Club with Miss Martha Price, 1032 S- Hobart, 7:30 — American Legion Auxiliary in the home of Mrs. Bessie Foster, 1815 Hamilton- 7:30 — Pampa Rebekah Lodge, IOOF Hall, 800 E. Foster. FRIDAY 9:30 — Metanet Quilting Club with Mrs. J. B. Jones, 1018 S- * f6 fliMty 1 parly uff f a hakef's pie, call upon ytiur reserve stores for a he't CKeeSf Sftuce., Make it apple pie and buy it at a nearby bakery or food mart. Simply prepare the sauce from Vj ciip concentra'ted evaporated milk and 1 cup (4 ounces) grated sharp cheese •— combined in &, skillet, placed over low heat arid attentively stirred till the cheese is melted. WtU VMJ* TilE PAMPA ftAllY NEWS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2ft, 1981 15 CLEAN METAL HARDWARE While sprucing up your home, don't Overlook the hardware in- side the house. It will make a, big difference if you cle&n door 1 knobs and other metal parts. .' Louis ; Seliger; .Hubbard's "Mes- fy Henry, W. C. .Moseley, J- /M. sage To Garcia" by Mrs. Wei- J J don Jolly and Governor Hogg's "Sugar Bounty Veto" by Mrs. Newconie Rice. Fitzgerald, D. W- Foster, H, B Howse, Wiley Davis, Fred Thomp son, James Massa, E. L. Biggerstaff, L. Nelson, George Elsey, Read the News Classified Ads Mrs, James Godfrey, accom-i E . j. Carubbi, Bill Braly and Miss panied by Mrs- Jim Forney, sang D'Ann Prince"I Am An American-" Mrs. Boyd concluded the program by stating, "They say there are no new frontiers for women. However, I feel any of us would do our part in carrying the message of Americanism to Garcia." Preceding the program, refreshments were served from a tea table appointed with a pale yellow cloth bordered in silver and centered with a silver epergne filled ' with yellow mums, silver fern i and grapes flanked by tall, yellow tapers in silver holders. Mrs. Stowers presided at the silver coffee and tea service- Hostesses were Mmes- Tom Rose, R. H. Sanford, V. J. Jami, eson and G. F. Branson. Twenty - seven guests attended H from the Borger Twentieth Cen- '• tury Club. IB Pampa guests were Mines- E. 'fg 'C. Sidwell, Eben D. Warner Jr., j Daniel W- Bond, J. R. Reeve,' Hobart. 2:30 — Worthwhile Home Demonstration Club'with Mrs. L- M. Bryant, south of the city. SATURDAY 10:00 — Christmas Bazaar, St-' St. Paul Methodist Church, 511-i N. Hobart. Never ask to 'bring an extra guest to a luncheon or dinner, j Helena Rubinstein creates the first lipstick to give a perfect outline as it colors! Wise and prophetic words from the past were given to the group Paul M- Wiley, Jack S t r o u p 1 Only 45 More Shopping Days 'Till Christmas ... So Use Our Layaway! 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SAVE DOLLAR DAY ENORMOUS GROUP OF STYLES WOOLS-CREPES-SILKS Dark Cottons-New Fabrics Sizes 5 to 15-8 to 20 Regular Values to 39.95 BETTER DRESSES % Street Dresses 0 Party Dresses ® Cocktail Dresses 0 Costume Suits % Two Piece Suits U TO '/ 2 OFF and more From 19.00 and up HATS -V FEATHERS PLUSHES VELVETS FELTS Perky hat styles to wear with your fall costume — Pillboxes—sailors—new stvies l/ 3 T. I/., 0« Now $5.00 and up SWEATERS % ONI-; SPECIAL GROUP ' FIRST TIME REDUCED, MANY IMPORTS "SEBASTIAN" ~^l / /-vff disc-on I iiuifd J Jl/— v-/n colors Incl. 33/3 LARGE SIZE SWEATERS Suze 36 To 48 THK HARD TO GET XA1AS GIFT ONE DAY ONLY 3 PIECE NYLON PAJAMA TRAVEL SETS Robe PJ.s Scuffs REGULAR 12.95 NYLON HOSE Seamless Or Mesh Re;.'. 1.33 Ea.'h 1 Two Pair 50 BLOUSES Cottons Silks Plaids Solids 'PAMPA'S FASHION CENTER' NFAV SHIl'MKNT Wooiite and tastic Life $1.50 Rafield Cleaner $1.00

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