Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 12, 1959 · Page 4
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 4

Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, February 12, 1959
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4 PAMPA DAILY NEWS THURSDAY, FEBfcUARY 12, 1959 81st Yeaf Heart Association Gives Scholarship WAITING THEIR TURN Robert G. Cherry, left, and Emmelt J. Dignan, sit at the head table during an Agriculture Day program Wednesday. They spoke on the economic aspects of agriculture. " (Daily News Photo) The Gray County Heart Association voted Wednesday to give n j$100 scholarship to a Pampa High 'School senior interested in the science field. The board also voted to contribute $500 for direct research to be done in the state. Money contributed by the County Chapter will be channeled within 80 days and the Association will be | advised of the specific research it jhas assisted, according: to Mrs. 'R. F*. Forsythe. Chapter president. The Chapter will also be informed of future progress on this re' search. i Five doctors, on the Texas State |Heart Research Board, screen all [requests for research funds. j The County Chapter held i t s first hoard meeting of 1959 i Wednesday night in Lovett Me- jmorial Library. Special g u e s I s were Don DeRoso, area consultant j for the Texas State Heart ssocia- jtion; and Mrs. Tmogene Tluirmon ;of Eorger. Mrs. Thurmon is a member of the Texas Slate Heart Board. Gene line! and Ed Cleveland were presented gold merit certificates for their faithful service to the Association. Mrs. Forsythe announced the following appointments: Ed Clnve- (land, chairman of the board; Gene Jrnel, treasurer; Dr. R. \V, Moore, Dr. T. D. Harvey, C o y Palmer, Mrs. Elaine Ledbetter, R. K. Batson, Mrs. Bob Hudson, Mrs. \V. L. Veale and William Leonard, board members. DcRosen gave a brief history of the Heart Association and explained that heart problems account for 53 per cent of the deaths In United States more tl 1 the all other causes combined. The Heart Association mounts a three pronged attack to solve the! problem: Research Education and ' Community Services Research, will be conducted at state and na-i tional levels. The Educational Pro- j gram is aimed at both lay people and physicians. Community services will include programs to aidj the cardiac housewife in fying her housekeeping and aid farmers and ranchers have heart conditions. VOTE FOR COURTESY I \bnployee Awar</s\ f 4SieN6* i»<#>*#* IM* LIST'S M AKE PAMPA f HE err* IN I alsol who e i i t vole fof the following tor the a\vafds: "friendliest, Most Courteous" WOMAN EMPLOYEE-. Name ,.,, ,,., Place of Business "Friendliest, Most Courteous" MAN EMPLOYEE— Name Place of Business , Clip out: fill In; and plcnse mall the above fo "Friendliest, Most Courteous" Employee Awards, at The fartipa Dally News, f am- pii, Texas, or deposit in any one of the 4 ballot boxes located at Citizens Bank and Trust Co., First National ttank, Pampa Chamber of Commerce, or The Pnmpa Dolly News—voting: ends on Sunday, February 18, Announcement will be made In the February 22 e 'itlon of The News. Store owners or managers are not eligible. Vote as often as you wish; use only the award voting ballot which will be published dally In The News. Pampa Man Learns Of Sister's Death Word has been received by VVendall A. McLain, 1204 S. Barnes, of the death of his sister, Miss j Dorothy McLain, in the M. D. An- j der.son Hospital and Tumor Clinic in Houston, where she had been a patient since Sept. 1955. Due to j Mack," PTA City Council president, i I I I • I I I the drivers weft Serat<f SiftVi N. Wynn, and JameS Ayres, 212 Wynne. No tickets W issued. Minor Mishaps Reported Here Two minor fender - bender type accidents were reported to Pampa police Wednesday, Chief Jim Connor reported. At 9:10 a.m. ft 1954 model truck collided with a 1957 sedan at the intersection of Alcock and Naidft Streets. The sedan, driven by Grace M. Davis, Pampa, had damages estimated at $300, The truck driver was A. A. Gill, Miami. No tickets were issued. blonde's wake-a-thon ended jut Early Wednesday afternoon, at'2oa hours, 41 minutes and 10 12:-15, a 1958 Edsel and a I95t ends after H began. She spent the time spinning records LADY DJ SLEEPS, SHORT OP GOAL POCATELLO, Idaho (UP1) Disc jockey Jo Warner looping aet a new wake-a-lhon record, asleep in her fiance's flrr Wednesday night. She had stayed awake tot hea,i| ly 203 hours, 47 hours short ol iti\ goal she had set for herself. The attractive 22 - year - or Chevrolet bumped at the intersection of N. Starkweather and E. Francis. Damages totaled $103. her studio in an effort to aid lh(| March of Dimes. ~O — •-••« v it •••UK ii ••• *f\t jfi*KS**t7*ic;u un<ii v III .lilt? A.^ C?*Y B t fa Mainly About People •Indicate* Paid Advertising Mrs. James K, Lewis, T'TA tricl president, and Mrs. K. the nature of her illness, Hodgkins : are in Memphis today as the Disease, for which there is no i guests of the Memphis PTA. Mrs. known cure she donated her body Lewis will g-ive the PTA's Found- jer's Day apt-ogam. to the clinic for research. Miss McLain was born .lime 18,! Mr». [1913 in Crosby County. She had re-1 her piano 1'erklti.s will present pupils in a mid-term day. Mrs. Clifford Allenson of Houston gave birth to a boy, 8 pounds, 3 ounces, at 8:20 p.m. He has been named Kavin Dale, and is the Allenson's second son. For sale: it cu. ft. chest, type G. E. freezer. Phone MO 9-9875 after 6 p.m. | Pvt. Paul R. Osborne, Panhan- ;dle, recently completed an eight jweek basic Army administration course at Fort Ord, Calif. He entered the Army last September and completed basic combat train- Colo. Osborne of Panhandle , Jng Rt Forl |is a 1955 * raduate [sided with her family In Crosby, recital County near Crosbylon; in Deaf j Church Smith County near Hereford and'frost. Nineteen students FLOOD (Continued From Tage 1) If it would be feasible to try and dynamite the gorge. i Fair and somewhat warmer weather was predicted for Indi- j ana, today, but weathermen warned of possble heavy rain in the area Friday. The ice - jammed floodwaters! ripped through sandbagged levees; Wednesday, inundating the south- 4H girl from Perryton, will rep- Perrylon Girl Set for Chicago Pie Contest Karol Ann Gipson, a 17 year-old west section much as 10 of the feet of city with as resent this area at the National CONGRESS (Continued From Page 1) was dead - murdered. The South was a wasteland - - conquered. Hate seeped through the land. Now. . .96 years after Getlya- burgh. . .98 years after Bull Run . , .a century after John Brown. . . Congress met in joint session again. President Eisenhower Wednesday night at a dinner in downtown Washington officially opened water. Court House Threatened |Cherry Pie Baking contest Feb.'a year-long scries of programs M9 in Chicago, it was announced j celebrating the sesquicentenniai of The flood crept to within three' tor!a y b >' tne '-'aunty agent's office, blocks of the county court house,! Miss G 'P son wi " leave Fam P a hub of rescue operations, before - b V train Sunday evening at 7 in sec- Lincoln's birth. But the full measure of the tribute to Lincoln was to be seen Ihe company of Lou Klla Patter- on Capitol Hill. t ., ty son. Gray county's home demon- Tne progrflm B j m pj e . lh _ fitration agent. . v lhe , Miss PatU-r.on told the Dally L "™ e *T y a " d * Coasl Most of the evacuees wer, til- ;New * lodav tne Perryton girl will i £ mmf Ac-a.lemy choir filling the Most of the evacuees were^al^ ^ ^^ ^ ^.^ ^^ ^ J House chamber wUh "Dixie" and delegation tonight at 7:30 of the Brethren, the N. be 1 j playing in the recital to which the in 600 will •High School. He attended Amaril- jlo Junior College and was formerly employed by the National Fire &. Accident Insurance Amarlllo, He is the Company, son of Mr. in Plainview. She was graduated from high public is cordially invited, school in Plainview and Wayland' Carrol D. Cole, pampa. Is on Baptist College. Upon graduation i the college honorable mention list from college, she enrolled In the at Schrelner Institute, Kerrville. Plainview Hospital and Clinic! Weylon II. llollmnii, seaman, where she was graduated as a j USN, is serving aboard the de-j PHJLLIPSBURG, N.J. (UPI) -technician in 1940, which profes- istroyer USS Arnold J, Isbell, op- [Ingergoll-Rand Co. investigators and Mrs. Henry B. Osborne. COMPANY PROBES FATAL EXPLOSION sion she followed until her health i crating with the US Seventh Fleet began to fail in June. 1958. was a lifetime member of Baptist Church. In addition to her brother here, she is survived by another brother, Harold McLain of Albuquer- She'in the Western Pacific. He is the the I son of Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard Holtman 1304 Terrace. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Osborne, south of Pampa, became grandparents for the fifth time Wednes- fue, N.M.; fahter, George McLain of Brownfield; sister. Mrs. Mary Enid McLain, preceded her today sought the cause of an explosion which killed four men and injured 28 other employes of the heavy machinery plant. A turbine-driven air flower exploded on a testing stand Wednes- Kennedy of Fort Belvoir, Va,; and four nephews. Her mother, Mrs. death on July 10, 1940 In Plainview. day and blew out the east end of a blocK-and-a-half long building, in It showered debris a quarter mile away and shook buildings over a five-mile radius. GOLDSMITH... Tastes Better Because.,. FARM FRESH IT'S falling back. The downtown tlon and other parts of the on higher ground escaped flood. en into private homes as fortunate residents opened their doors to shelter fellow townsmen driven from their own homes. The rest of the homeless were cared for in Red Cross evacuation centers in a south Peril school and «. gymnasium north of the city. Gov. Harold Hundley ordered lhat Mlss (;i P son out extra National Guardsmen to reinforce the 80 already on duty and servicemen from nearby Bunker Hill Air Force B i s e helped guard against the stricken area. from Amarillo Tele- ! vi.Hion station KGNC including Cot-! ton John. The Perryton 4H'er won the ex . penst-s paid trip by having the finest food preparation records J Miss Patterson said. She added J Battle Hvrn, of th P Ron ' Repub- (tie county's top prize for baking. Top prizes at the national bake- off include a $200 scholar-ship and an electric oven, a $500 scholar- shi P' and a tr 'P to Npw York Clt >' or Washington D. C. had twice won;poem in prose. ,. ( . '' Actor Fredric March reading Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address." -Sandburg, whose six-volume biography of Lincoln has become H classic, delivering an 18-minute The guest list for the Joint session included every top official and diplomat In the nation's capital. AGRICULTURE i (Continued Prom rage ]) I In the past 43 years will yield an Inkling of what the young fanners need to know. i Some of the innovations that have taken place in the past 50i years are hybrid vigor in corn,' sorghum, poultry and beef cattle; animal and plant nutrition, nu- ° trition, breeding for resistance to Barren Rites Set Friday POLLS (Continued From Page 1) We Give & Redeem' Pride Thrift Stomps Double Stamps vVednesday on $2.50 or more purchase! |Organ, Acme Lumber Company: |Dwain Orr, Citi?,en's Bank and Trust Company. lyola Penson. Boh-Ette Beauty ifnlon; Sally Ptillen Hex Rose; | Vena Ponre, Worlcy Hospital; Thomas Mary Purvis, Courthouse Cafe; resident,Vivian Pierre, Sam Houston Cafe- Padgett, Buddy's for specific purposes, control noxious vegetation by chemicals, Interment services for Barron, former longtime Pampa, hut who for (he past tcria; Del.sie six years had been living in Sears- Super Market. boro, Iowa, will be held at 2 p.m. j Gloria Roush, Levine's; Norma Friday from the First Methodist Rhodes, Montgomery Ward; Elea- .Church, Pampa, with Rev. Wood- nor Robertson, Rex Rose naming *p£er to Vpe^c' = ™ "' ,,^,L "!™^^ ^I^"' ^^"^^ . p , are the initial establi.slunent f earl , : , ° ne bmlher H H ' ot Doug. etative cover, establishment ^If^' 1 " 6 ' "V : '^J T, 81 "'*' '\"' S J d litter, .trip cropping and *: f^ 1 ""' Mrs ' V ' V - Danle1 ' both ra .^ 0 it e- 0{ Atlanta Ing and ranching jobs, developing of commodity markets, mechanization of production and modern procedures in processing food.s. Jack Barton, A & M soil and water specialist, spoke on the Great Plains Conservation Program which went into effect in Feb., J957. The program, designed to stablize the agriculture of the Great Plains, does not replace any existing program. Conservation points of vegetative of dead wind breaks. "You have to plan this business, plan it to where it fits your operation," said Barton. Earlier in the program. Cecil O. Kersey, representing the Fort Worth and Denver Railway. ex- presied his optimism in the future of agriculture and the rail mail industry. "Because of technological advancements in diesel locomoiiv- •S, cars with greater capacity, higher train speeds and longer trains, railroads can haul farm *nd ranch products more economically then any other transportation media," Kersey stated. A. K. Hepperly, Fort Worth and Penver Agricultural Agent, introduced Dignan. An address ol welcome was giv- •n by Warren Hasse, president of the Pampa Chamber of Commerce. John Johnson, chairman of the Gray County Extension Program Building Committee, presided. The program was sponsored by the Extension Service of Texas A $ M College, Brulington Lines, the fampa Chamber of Commerce &nd the Gray County Soil Conservation District. Barron died Tuesday afternoon in j Ethel C. Stilwell, Security Fed- New Sharon, Iowa, Hospital fol- ! eral; Mrs. Barbara Shrugs, B & G lowing surgery. The body will ar-'Hosiery; Gertie Shaw, Dunlap's; rive in Pampii Friday morning, it Lit Slwearl, Citizen's Bank; Hergie has been announced by Duenkel Spencer, Bob Clements; Christine Carmichiiel Funeral Home. Schneider, Kelly - I.iiycoc'k Clinic; Mr. Barron, a retired driller,! B. K Smith, Boston's Grocery; was a member of the Methodist; Ruth Stevens, Moses of World Win- I, Margaret Thompson. M: i sonu; ' He w . Lodge '" u " ist "». '""'Ived by hl» ««• wife, Uy'.s Market; Don Taylor, Inn; Dale Thut, Cree Agency. D , ' Rn "" 1 ' 4,000001) tons »rland. handles about of ship cargo Burial will be in Fairvievv Ceme- nually, yet it is 500 miles from tbe sea. Service* Pending Fvy»#r»l wrvitifei ai-« pending tor Mr». J^uoif Bo*rti, wife at Uie )^tf 9. J, But^id and J not life j p of )|r|. C. R. W*W». 601 N. Nelson. J& U\n(on Funeral Huiue in B>J<-- jer. Mrx. Bouttl died at 1:15 this WUJ t>« ft* Poi|er Funeral Home. To Better Serve You, We Have Moved! Our New Home Is: 303 West Brown Street Aaiarillo. Highway. Nji.60 PAMPA,. TEXAS Phone MO 4-4791 After Hours—Phone 1-8830—John Jilnjf Phone AIO 4-7885~Uoy Johnson Power-Transmission & Equipment Co,, Inc. 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CAN KIM Pineapple-Grapefruit 29c DOG FOOD 3 cans 25c FOOD KING CUT —303 CAN SHURFINE GREEN BEANS lOc MILK 7 tall cans 1.00 SHURFINE WILSON ALL MEAT Shortening 3«lb. can 69c Vienna Sausage 5 cans 1,00 SUNSHINE CRACKERS Ib. box 23c Pinto Beans 4-lb. bag 39c SWANS DOWN —Butterscotch, p«vil Food, Yellow or White VAL VITA SLiren —No. ?•-, Can CAKE MIX 4 boxes 1.00 PEACHES • 25c Horn & Gee GRO Shop 7 Days A Week & Save! 421 i, Frederic MO 44531 COUNTRY STYLE SAUSAGE lb..39c COUNTRY STYLE BACKBONE ......... Jb...4fc | TENDERLOIN . . ib. For Your Convenience W* Art Open DAILY 8:60 to 3:00 - SATURDAY 8:00 to 9:00 Fresh Qound BEEF 3ib*$l.QO Cudaliy Thu-k BACON 2-Lb. Pkg, 79c reudy to PICNICS HAMS Lb. CHOiCE 35 C ROUND STEAK Lb. 79c

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