Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 15, 1959 · Page 12
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THE PAMPA £>AIL¥ NfcWS SUNDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1959 rt TELEVISION PROGRAMS 14:00 12:30 1:00 1:15 1:30 3:30 4:00 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:20 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:00 S.30 10:00 10:20 10:30 12:00 11:00 12:00 12:30 1:00 2:45 3:00 3:30 4:30 5:00 6:30 8:00 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 30:10 10:20 7:55 8:00 8:15 8:30 9:00 10:00 11:00 11:30 12:00 1:00 3:30 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:30 11:15 6:30 ?:00 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:15 12:20 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 6:45 6.00 bu5 6:20 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:20 SUNDAY KONC-'JfV Channel 4 First Christian Chujrh this la The Life Cotton John ^ News & Weather * Hal Mayfield Pro Basketball talk Back Omnibus Danger Is My Business Annie Oakley Perspective Weather Buddy Bergman Sieve Allen Dinah Shore Loretta Young New York Confidential News Weather Well Pa. membered Sign Oft KFDA-TV Channel 10 First Baptist Oirch Three Stooges In Fumik's Corner Boys Ranch News & Weather Outlaw High Adventure Amateur Hour Small World ' 20th Century Lassie Bachelor Father Ed Sullivan Show G.T3. Theatre Col. Flack Richard Diamond Alfred Hitchcock Present! News, Raloh Wayne Weather Cairo KVU-TV Cliannel 7 Good Morning Borger Church of Christ N. Am. Church of Christ The Christophers Cartoon Carousel Sagebrush Theatre TV Reader's Digest Famous Playhouse Kartoon Korner High Tension Roller Derby Bowling Stars Paul Winchell Lone Ranger Texas Rangert Maverick The Law Man Colt .45 Deadline For Action Four Men and A Prayer Nightcap MONDAY KGNG-TV Channel i Continental Classroom Today Dough-Re-M! Treasure Hunt The Price Is Plight Concentration Tic Tac Dough It Could Be You News Weather New Ideas Curtain Time Truth Or Consequent Haggis Baggis Young Dr. Malon* From These Roots Queen For A Day County Fair Susie Zarnba NBC New? Local News Sports Weather Buckskin Restless Gun Wells Fargo Peter Gunn Silent Service Arthur Murray Show Highway Patrol News, Ralph Wayne Weathe* 10:36 Jack {*adf 12:<» Sign Off 6:30 T:00 8:00 SMS 9:00 9:30 |10:00 i 10:30 11:00 11:30 n:45 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:15 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:45 6:00 6:15 6:25 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 0:30 10:00 10:10 10:20 7:55 8:00 9:00 11:00 11:30 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 12:00 Channel 16 Suhrisa Classroom It Happened LAst Night Captain kangaroo Cartoons Morning Playhousd Arthur Godfrey I txjve Lucy Top Dollar Love of Lifft Search for Tomorrow Guiding Light Theatre 10 As the World Turns Jimmy Dean Show House Party Big Payoff The Verdict is Youri Brighter Day Secret Storm The Edge of Night My Little Margie Popeye Doug Edwards News World of Sporta Weather Today Name That Tuna The Texan Father Knows Best Danny Thomas Ann Southern African Patrol Rescue 8 News Weather Johnny Flies Hom« KVIt-TV Channel 7 Good Morning Funz-A-PoppIn* Shopper Show Coffee Break Peter Lind Hayes Play Your Hunch blterace The Shield Your Day In Court Music Bingo Beat The Clock Who Do You Trust American .Bandstand Mickey Mouse All Aboard For Fun Soldiers of Fortune Citizen Soldier Bold Journey Voice of Firestone Dr. IQ Patti Pag« Sea Hunt Nightcourt Peabody &• The Mermaid Nightcap News Area Students On WT Honor Roll gevefi Ar«A tttietehtS «r« iislftd I Nftney !*a,tiiin« Rivers, CflftfldiAn IN DRAMA FRAT THE HIGHLANDER Shown above is the model home that Highland Homes, Inc. opens for public inspection today. At left is the garage, which, in this house, houses the sales office. After its formal opening today, the house will be on continuous display, (Daily News Photo) Highlander Opens Doors To Public The Highlander, a model home, will have Its formal opening at 1 p.m. today, according to Ed Griffin, manager of Highland Homes, Inc. The three-bedroom house, located at 2100 N. Dwight, will be open from 1 to 7 p.m. today. Coffee and cookies will be furnished. The public-is invited to the open- ling of the home and the sales of| fice in the adjoining garage. i The style of architecture Is described as "contemporary with traditional flavor." Beside* the bedrooms and the garage, there is an extra-large kitchen and ft living room. The furniture in the model home came from the Texas Furniture j Company. The interior, designed by Glenn Dawson and Ivon Jones, is done in beige and brown, apricot and mint green. The kitchen i cabinets are mahogany. NESLAGE ELECTED CLUB DELEGATE CANYON (Spl) — Julia Neslage has been elected inlerfaith council representative of the Newman Club, a Catholic organization ol West Texas State College. Miss Neslage, ft sophomore and elementary education major, is also & member of th« A Capella Choir and a member at large of the Alpha Delta PI sorority. She la the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. .1. Neslage, .1341 North Russell, Pampa, and a 1987 gradual* of Pampa High School. VISITS KENYA MOMBASA. Kenya fUPD— Queen Mother Elizabeth of Britain arrived here by plane Monday night for a two-day visit. She was welcomed at the airport by Gov. Sir Evelyn Baring. elementary Education major. Phylli* NorenS Vernoti, Perfyton senior speech major. on the fall gemester honor roll at West fe*a.<l State College, Canyon. 1*h« Hat it composed 6? fttu dentfl In the upper five per cent of theif class, according to beart Walter M. Juniper. Two students compiled "A" records In all work taken, They are Marvin Alvert Berry. Pampa freshman; and Gladys jlree Smith, Perryton junior. Serry, Son of Mr. and Mrs. A B. Berry, t!2 Buckler, Is a pr& med major. He was graduated from Pampa High School in 1958. Miss Smith, the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. James. E. Haden, ifl a senior English major. She is a member of Alpha Chi, honor «o ciety; the Geological Society, the hands in the South. Student Education Association and a former member of the Mary E. Hudspeth honor society. Other studenU on the roll are: Kenneth Wilson, a senior agrl- (Splj ~Jf*mSf ttfftl hM often Installed fts t ft MB of Alpha £m Onieffti i dramatic honor frftlferiiiiy ftt state College. Hlnkley, ft. Senior At Weal f e and speech mAjor, is a Business Views Press International J.P. Steven* k Co, and Dan River Mills announced plans to join in wage boosts initiated last week by Cannon Mills. Some 48,000 workers are affected. The higher wage level Is expected to spread to nearly all of tho 650,000 mill culture major from McLean, David T'homa.i Whatley, senior msulc major from Pampa. Evelyn Coffee, a freshman English major from Pampa. Peggy Ann Stevens, a White Deer sophomore majoring in music education. Maurm« Mashburn, a Groom sophomore business education major. Petroleum product price* have leveled off after the strong upward movement in recent weeks. But it may be only a lull. Industry officials say there Is A growing trend to pass on to the public the 5 per cent wage boost granted petroleum workers. The Securities A Exchange Commission closed its dispute with Carl M. Loeb, Rhoades A Co. and Dominick A Dominick by censuring the brokerage firms for their role In pre-registration publicity in offering Arvida Corp. stock to A member of Lambda Chi Alp He i* the son of Mr, and Fred HlnWey, 501 N. Nftl. PAnipa, and A iftS2 graduate iPampa. Migrh School. MfCfSTS REI5 EtfVOV WARSAW (UPt)--U.S. Am) sadof Jacob Beam met fof and one-half hours Friday v Communist. Chinese AmbaA«a Wang Ping-Na.fi in the maral Formosa "peace' 1 talks here, ambassador* met last on ,1an. They scheduled ths next meet for March 19. (ha public. Th* commission ci "mitigating circumstance*" Issuing its decision. Paper production In Decem amounted to 1,124,362 tons, up 1 per cent from a year earlier, ll| Census Bureau reported. Read Hie News Classified Ad.«.1 WALL PAPER Sec Imperial New Glen Style Washable Paper SHERWtN-WIfXIAMS P»!rtt Co. 110 R. C«yl*r MO «-SS |">' S Better Read Great Poems During Lent (EDITORS: This Is another In a series of special Lrnten mes- wages written for United Pre*» International by leading American clergjTn.cn.) By Th« Rev. J. Carter Swalm Executive Director Department of the Bible National Council of Churche* Written for L'PI As we celebrate thi* year the 150th anniversary of Darwin's 1 birth, it is profitable to remem- jber his regret that he had allowed science to crowd everything else out of hi» life. "My Imind fieems to have become a kind of machine," he said, "for grinding general laws out of a Marge collection of facts. If I had !my life to live over again, I [would have made a rule to read some poetry and listen to some I music at least once, every week." i Next to the Bible itself, the ibest book of religion Is the hymn I book. Isaac Watts, the father of English hymnody, was a. philosopher whose text book on Logic was widely used in universities. Vet he did not allow metaphysics jto crowd out poetry. All his life he tried to express himself nia- Quotes In The News United Prcs* International JACKSONVILLE, Fla.— Dancer Jose Greco, promising that the show will go on nlthough he and severs! of his company were injured in a bus crash: "The kids want to go on, and that's the best way to Jorget that moment. I guess God was with, us. We went smack into these ' four trees—ths trees went right' into the bus." DANVILLE, 111.— Bryan Early Lake, complaining that federal agents awakened him just as he was falling asleep after toiling over his moonshine still all night: "I was just dox.ing off. It was my first batch. The feds were my first customers.'• INDIANA, Pa.—Sen. Hugh Scott, discussing the defeat of Pennsylvania's statewide GOP slate last November: "A wave of demoralization swept over the party like a black tide. Our will to win suffered heavy damage." PHILADELPHIA — Comedian Jimmy Durante, " observing his 66th birthday, discusses how long he'll continue his career: "The minute I don't feel up to il, you know I won't be there — 'and the minute it becomes work, iyou don't feel up to it." I "" " ' itrically as he thought David ; would have done had he lived in :New Testament times. j The voice of the scientists is ! now the one moat often heard in i our land. How better could \ve ob- Iserve Lent than in listening to i the poets and meditating upon 'the great hymns of the church. i .." i Read Tb« N'etv* Classified Ads. A NEW CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN THE NORTH WEST SECTION OF TOWN FIRST MEETING WILL BE MARCH 1st PLACE OF MEETING WILL if ANNOUNCED AT A LATER PATE BROTHER HAROLD STARBUCK OF THE INDIAN SCHOOL IN SEDQNIA, ARIZONA Will ii THE MINISTER , BO* B 8, C/0 PAWP4 , TEXAS BE "TMBOT STORE Blouse and Skirt Set BARGAIN SPREE! 2.99 set See these sets that fit like dreams! The trimmed blouse* havs roll-up sleeves. Sizes: 10—18. Broadcloth Blouses STARTS MONDAY 9 A.M. SHARP • Solid and Fancy Denims 59c yd: Washable Butcher Linen 49c yd. Retento finish for smoother Ironing, faster drying. Mix 'em and match 'em. 1.99 Smart, new-fashion Blouses In newest colors. Convertible collar—roll-up sleeves. It launders like a dream! Ladies' Nylon Panties Hollywood brief styled Panties in whits,pink, blue. Elastic waist «nd leg band. Sizes: 5, 6, 7. Full 36" wide in all wanted colors. A perfect blend of cotton and rayon.Reg, 59o value. REMNANTS From our rcg. piecp goods values to 2.98 from 1 yd, to 3 yd. pieces. 29cea. Girls' Capri Pants Bates Disiplined PRINTS 79c Yd, Sofa Pillows Oblongs • Rounds Squares • Solids • Patterns 88c ea. Smartly tailored Capri Pants for firiris. See the assortment of plaids! Color* to mix and match! Sizes 7—14. 1.66pr, Ladies' Nylon Hosiery Buy the Box and fiavs! 60 gauge, IS denier, first quality Nylons. So sheer! In the newest fashion shades. 49c pr, THE LAMP OF A THOUSAND USES The Pole Lamp It Finally Arrived After Our Embarrassment Karly This Week Use these In corners, behind furinlure, beside desk-" in the kitchen. 3 lamps for light Jn many directions. In black and brass, cocoa and brass, whit* and brass. 10.95 2 Groups—Cannon Towels 67c 87c 22"x44" Towel* with dofcfoy bor. S4' x46" Towels with chevron bor der«. deri. Heavy Weight. Nylon And Dacron Panels , , . to beautfiy every decor! In whit* or lovely pastels. Full width and 81 inches long. . . .A regular 1.29 value. 4 Wonderful Pillows Monday Just arrived. • New Spring Reg. 1.19 and 1.49. At Dunlap'i NEW SPRING 80 SQR. PRINTS 3 yrds. 1.00 Solid broadcloth or new Spring prints Reg. 49C and 58e. Monday at Dunlap's DECORATOR CHESTS Smart new decorator chests for bedside tables extra room, childrens rooms, etc. 21"x27" whit« Goose Down Goose Down, 90% Feathers. ft 00 2l"x27" Allergy Free 00 Dacron Pearl Foam Rubber 3 PC, Set; Bathroom Accessories Deep pilf of Vi«coa* *nd Cotton in whit*, pink. »qua, ytllow, green, »and. . PuJl. Out. Drawers .Size 12"xl2"x28" 2 Colors 16 PIECE STARTER SET Genuine High Quality China 4—9" Dinner Plates 4—6" Desert Bowls 4—Cups 4—Saucers Thii it th« world famous Blue Willow Dianerware. A Blue Ribbon Quality— •599 ^P SET The Heirloom Bedspread A Real Savings! This Spread Regularly Th* famou* name HEIRI/3OM bedspread by L*dy CWODJJ*. The»e «re r«gul*rly *° w *.t 9.96. D*corator color» of blue, pink, gold, whil«. and w»Uqu« whtir All With heavy frin$ed e<\%e. In th» mo*t wanted . . . 96x108 inche* . , , fJid twin

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