Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 15, 1959 · Page 14
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 14

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, February 15, 1959
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14 PAMPA-BAIL? , FEBRUARY-15, 1950 Slit Yeaf Analogy Of Will Rogers, Abe Lincoln Presented For El Progresso Meeting Mr*. John Gill. 1601 Hamilton, land visit with them. It's aim, of I to the end of their days." fras hostess to El Progresso Club:course, is to interest girls in a 1 Mrs. Ewing a«ld, "¥ou will oft Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Elm-'nurses' career, where a. national j agree that Lincoln was the greater Pi«her, president, presided ovet^shorage exists." ; er man. At last 3.000 books have the business .session during which i Mrs. \v, R, Ewing gave a pa- been written about him." the club voted contributions to thc^pe,., "Will Rogers, Abraham Lin-j "When Lincoln became PrCSl- trtf> o' Texas Foundation, Com-!,, om> philosophers," Mrs, K\ving; clen t of the United Slates," Sh* Infinity Concert Association, and s «s ( | both Rogers and Lincoln were' went °f to « a . v " fl "d facing ft civil to the Council of Clubs for its no , ;n on the frontiers of civile-; way over slavery, it Is said he project of a loud spaker system tion: Lincoln in ISO!) and Rogers seemed to carry the burdens of to be installed In Lovett Memori- ul 1579. "Both were pioneers in the world on his shoulders. His ftl Library as a memorial for Dr. their homelands and both could.great heart suffered with all others Walter Purviance. -have qualified for membership in!who suffered and at times his face Mrs. Bob Banks, president-elect, any southwest Pioneer Club." ghe'. seeimert lo llr 'P with grief." was elected as delegate to the Tex- said that there were many points! " At the age of Seven, Lincoln ns Women's Federated Women's of similarity in the life stories of;walked four miles a. day to school Club district convention to be held'these two men. but there are dif- to leal 'n to read and write and to in Borger on April 2-3. -Terences, too. Both have been call-i^arn about handling numbers, nf „ f»i,o^ O nriniin-.i.,i that Fd cd humorists. Lincoln had a story From earliest childhood, he had an ,iIP Mnrvmv wm id interview to fit «">• occasion usually a fun- 'Insatiable thirst for learning. Lin- ttr« rhloe Cifford president of ">' story'and Rogers had'a short,' coin himself once said, "Love of M! J?.«i ?«ndalion in nation apt comment that alwavs brought truth is my strongest trait of char•S Cadoua Z rw "h n^m out the truth and a W a laugh." jacter. In a speech one time he nr ™f hu Frtrtav nlehl Fcb M "Both men," Mrs. Ewing contin- exhorted his audience to live in "Person To Person" moeram »-?d. "were tolerant of the opinion freedom and let live, to believe Peison To Person piogiam ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ & ^ , that the American idea of free- Mrs. J, G. Lyons gave an inter- ^ ^ { of ^^ eyen when i dom Is inseparable from the rest jflting paper on the Pampa t ulure ^^ dW n(H ( , ojncide with their of the world. Lincoln also believed! Nurses Club sponsored by the Gray ^ ^ expressed his t h i si that labor was prior to capital, but! County Medical Auxiliary She wfty . T neycr mpl fl mRn j djfl ' ne Wa9 no rnarr ,pion of labor." j stated that there are 20 higu • L|n( . o , n ressC(] his "Will Rogers on the other hand; school members of the, club whose. (n]oram , e thjs ,, wuh chlirltv i never cared for book-learning. He j purpose it is to acquaint the girls , J( ; e d none .:--always said. "Ail I know Is whatj with the nursing profession. They, I T read ln the pap ers." He might work on Saturdays In the hospital; "Both men liked to mix with be called afl apos ti e O f love. He here and visit the Amarillo hospit-'their fellow human beings a n d posaeflsed t | iat most enviable trait als to observe the trainees there both insisted on being themselves ; f)f be , nf? ftb , e to ?et &l witn Mrs. Vaughn Feted With Stork Shower Pidelis GRSH of centra! tChufch met with MM. L. G. Me! Daniel, 318 N. Sumner on files- I day afternoon opening with pray !ef by Mrs. M. T. Buck. j the business meeting was conj ducted by Mm. N. R. Lowe, Dej votional was given by Mrs. Charles ! Broxson. j During the social hour, Mrs. 'Gerald Vaughn was honored with | a stork shower. Guests were Mmes. Norman j Stiblett, Earl H. Tallin Jr., La-! ven Greer, James Lancaster, L.,' C. Bevel, Claude Turner, Charles) Broxson, Bill Famsworth, Sam Brandon, Bill Parrish, M. T. Buck, N. R. Lowe, Robert Bird, L. Q. McDaniel, George Long, 'Paul Howard and Ralph Tyler. Refreshments and decorations can-led out the Valentine motif. Mrs. Elza Hargus group was hostess for the social hour. "Come As Veur Ai Pete For RN Cfub Mrs. Maffli* Siftpiiton, Ml Rena Ha-hft, and MfS. dhtf I 1 Humphrey weM hostess** 18 "Cotuft AS ¥ou Ate" ferstkhurt i members of the Royni Mstfft! Lodge let the hofftft 6* Mr. Mrs. Guy tmnWofWly, 1410 Alco Doughnuts and coffee were ig ed. Those attending were Mess Marvin Stapleton, Guy Dunwotjdl Mmes. John S. Kooiit*, Olf Daniels, Tva Wa*-d, fclsifi Walkti Bill Cox, Marjorie Laah ai daughter, Golda Wilson, N«l) Mfte Stapleton, Rowland Milts'] Trene Pennlnglon, Earl Peftnlr ton, ISmma Gargil, Wyonia Seeli] and children, Mamie Slapletc Charity Humphrey, Rena Ha and Maud Dun woody. INCOME TAX SERVICE In fottf Home of !SHft« SOB RATLIFF H*milt»n MO S-330! PEICE sioo REGULARLY S2°° NOW ONLY 1 tax Save now on the rich, rich cream that gently seeks out fine lines, discourages dryness, flaking • everyone, kings, rulers, presidents' of the Altrusa Club met in the 1 and the man in the street. He,p lne noo m O f the Pampa Hotel had a marvelous understanding of |WJth M rs. V. L. Hobbs, presl- all men, but his comments wereldent, presiding, always kind. He understood peo- j Du ' r i ng the business meeting, re- pie and loved them and they loved iports were gj ven ^y Mrs. Trl ! him." jSmith, recording secretary, Mrs. i In concluding remarks, Mrs. Ew-|.j ack Bertolin, treasurer; Miss ; ing said, "President Roosevelt said j Jean chisholm on Youth Counsel- when he heard of Will Roger's ing . Jay Falanagan, Senior Cendeath: The American Nation to ]ter . Mrs _ Grant Anderson, Council whose heart he brought gladness | 0 { ciubs. will hold him In everlasting re-1 -j^ Mvstery Gal of the Month, membrance." as described in the Altrusa Views Following: the program, M r s. newspaper, was correctly guessed Ewing and Mrs. Kannye Ledrick a , MrR John A Ha]] reminisced about Will Rogers: M rs. Clyde Vanderberg chair- they had both known him person- m . ln of the Pub)if , Affairs corn- ally. Mrs. Ledrick said that she m ittee. inttwluced A. Wayne Carl- had once danced with Will when , on of Amarillo, who is associated he was a $30 n - month cowboy. wilh Merrill Lynch. Pierce. Fen- Members attending were Mmes. np ,. aml Smith'and who spoke to Bob Brink*. D. V. Burton, Jess M. t | le K ,. oup on -.stocks and'invest- Clay. J. F. Curtis, V. .1. Drew. men t s ." W, R. Kwing, Elmer Fisher, John Ml . Cai-lton pointed out that Cill, George Hrdlicka. Knox Kin- investors usually buy one of three ard, J. 0. Lyons. J. C. Morrison, typf , s O f security, li Common Cai-lton Nance. Tom Perkins, ^ lo ,.,.. whk . h m^^ lhe purchaser Glenn Radoliff, George Walstad. in reality owns a portion of the Harold Wright, M. McAnally, and business'he is buying stock in; 2) P. C. Ledrick. perferred Stock. 'Mr. Carlton ex"~ plained, has prior claim on divl- WSCS Circle Begins rlenda ftncl « ss et«, in the event a M . i ,, r- . Q ~, business is sold, but the dividend Iddle COST otUdy rate is set at the time of pur- MIAMI (Spli --•• Circle Two of chase stock is issued and there the WSCS met in the First Metho- j s no t much chance for the stock (list church recently with Mrs. t o increase its dividend value; 3) Clyde Hodges as hostess. Bonds, actually the purchaser in Mrs. Bryant Flowers gave the lending money to the purchaser devotional on "Rekindling t h e of the bonds, which also carry a Gift." She told of the three reli- set rate of interest." ( gions of the Middle East; Islam "Two factors to consider before "A Religion of Submission"; Hin- Investing in any of these securities duism "A Way of Life"; and are: Do you have an adquate Buddhism "A Religion of Compas- life insurance plan and can you sion "- ma.intain a cash reserve"? Rea- Mrs. Wm. E. O'Loughlin, study sons offered by Mr. Carlton for leader, gave the beginning lesson < investing were'safety and addi- nf the new study "The Middle Kast'tional Income. He remarked that Pilgrimage." one of the best protections against Refreshments were served to inflation is common stock, but Mmes: Orval Christopher, W. R. check with a reliable investment Holland. Joe Cunningham. Bryant firm before you invest money," he Flowers, Wm. E. O'Loughlin and cautioned. Clyde Hodges. Following the program, Mrs. - Inez Carter read a letter of ap- Nearly $350,OCX),000 was spent preciation from Gail Harris, who for foreign cars in the United received her scholarship award Slates luring 1957, almost double : last year, the 195fi figure. ' MRS. CLYDE VANDERBERG, A. WAYNE CARLTON, MRS. V. L. HOBBS Investment Company Representative Is Guest Speaker For Altrusa Club Meeting The February luncheon meeting! Brown . and-black make a wonderful color combination but only when fabric and styling are superior. Otherwise, these two together can present A shabby, dowdy appearance. We'll Flatter your Features with a New Coiffure '. • Permanents • Styling • Coloring and Shaping ' We Offer Revlon Cosmetics HI-FASHION BEAUTY SALON 912 Alcock MO 4-4111 Open Mondays Through Sals--Thurs. & Fri. Nitei A shoe to be wooed is our winning Jacqueline. Toe- pointed, bow-flaunted and so seductive a look . . . from the moment it sheaths your foot you'll be smitten! In black calf, black patent. Other Jacquelines in orange bone, pink and navy blue. $12.95 Jacqueline Vogut 109 VV ToT Garden Club Plains Parkway Top O' Texas Garden Club met Tuesday with Mrs. Tom Patton, 2511. Christine with Mrs. Raymond L. Welch, president, presiding as plans were made for luncheon to be held on Feb. 17 in the Colonial Inn. Plans were also discussed for landscaping the parkway at the intersection of Perryton Parkway and 23rd; and at Duncan and I»uisiana. An interesting' and Informative talk on "Soil" was given by guest member of the Pampa Garden speaker, Mrs. H. H. Boynton, member of the Pampa Garden Club, who gave a resume of the history of soil, soil composition, and methoda of preparing compost. She also quoted, statistics that reveal that this area has one nf the richest arid moat productive soil* found anywhere in the U.S. "This problem o/ lack of humus may be remedied by the addition of compost, p»at mos« or cotton gin waste to name a few," she .said. Refreshments w*sr» served d u r- Ing the social hour. The club will meet next with Mrs. Kenneth Osborne, 200 N. Surnner, at 1 p.m. on Feb. 18. Rogland Circle Has Bible Study Meet Leona Ragland CircU of Highland Baptist met Tuesday for Bible Study in th« church. Meeting opened with pr«.ytr by Mrs. Leroy Alltn. Mrs. G«n« Win«- geart rta.d th« secretary'j report. Mrs. V. J. Camtka brought tht Bible study. It was announced that the next meeting will be mission study. Those present were Mmes M B. Smith, V. J. Tastka, Tom Trout. Jack Crownover, Jimmy Fowler, D. W. Tracy, A. M. Diesler, Leroy Allen, Donald I^a, Robert Smith. Gene Winegcart. Th« next meeting will be held In the church at iO a./n. *'eb. 1?. , take em away! pups (young mistakes) from every department — white elephants — dogs . . . but out they go in a sweeping one day clearaway of all odds and ends of past season merchandise — all ridiculously priced — all sales final — no phone order or layaways! ca-^ reer girl charge accounts solicited — take up to 6 months to pay sportswear 1 black sweater, initial S. was 29.'95 3 knitted cardigan long coats, were 32.95, grey or black 3 knitted cardigan long coats, were 19.95 9 weakit type knit sweaters, White only, were 4.95 4 long bulky knit sweaters, were 29.95 and 39.95 27 sweaters, slip on and cardigan, were 12.95 $15 $1.99 $13 $5.99 coats and suits 1 natural pastel mink stole, waa 495.00 (tax not included,) 1 polar bear shorty white coat, red lining, was 59.05 3 man made fur jackets, bolero styles, were 29.95 1 fur-trim beftijean suit, size 16, was 69.95 6 sharkskin wool suits, grey and brown, were 69.95 1 famous make suit, fine doeskin, was 89.95 1 man made fur jacket, white, slightly soiled, WM 69.95 $249 $19 $13 $25 $25 $39 $25 accessories 4 Stella fagan corduroy robes, duster styl«, were 19,96 I zipperall culottes, tli six* 12, w*r» «.98, waahaM* 120 pieces coslum* jewelry, ntcks, pins 4S long sport sox. wer« 1.96. black and colon $3 2 for $1 2 pr. $1 d r e s s e s 14 piece* chemise summer dresses, no try-ons 12 dresses, odds 'n eud». to 19 9fi, no try-ons $1 $3 13 sweaters, slip on and cardigan, were to 9.95 19 sweaters, slip on and cardigan, were to 14.95 14 skirts, wools and novelties were to 19,95 23 skirts, solids and Patterns, were to 14,96 3 weskit sets, black or white, were 19.05 48 cotton blouses, solids and prints, were 2.98 to 8.98 83 pairs "Jack winter" pants, wools and or orlona, were 12.98 9 skirts, from last summer, were to 7.98 4 boxy jacket suits, year round weight, were 65.00 6 moutons, dyed processed lamb, were 89.95 3 fine twed car coats, orlon lined, were 34.95 3 topcoats, water repellent, were 19.95 3 topcoatB, water repellent, were 24.95 3 long winter coats, fine tweeds ( were 59.98 12 new long winter coata, fine blacks and colors, were lo 79.95 2 velveteen long coats, blue and purple, were 39.96 3 •horty coaU in red, were 45.00 28 acarves and collar*, values to 3.95 43 belts in leathers and patents, wert to 3.96 29 v'ette bra«, strapless or regular, to 5.00 14 clutch bags, were 2.95 and 3.96 108 pr. "gotham tights", reg. 4.8/5, black, red »nd color* * formfU firdlM, slightly •oiled, w»r» 9.96 to 6.96 23 dresses, mostly casual styles, were to 24.96 3U dresses, were 19.95 to 39.95, no layaways pleast 5 i'(x-kiail dresses. wer« 24.95 to 2«.M, sales priced wool jerjey drew, white, wag 29 96 $3.99 $7.99 $8.99 $6.99 $8.99 $1.99 $7.88 $1.99 $25 $39 $15 $9 $12 $39 $49 $15 $19 2 for $1 2 for $1 $1 $1 $1.99 $1.99 $6 $9 $6 $9 ov or M Je Fr vii . t

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