Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1959 · Page 17
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 17

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, February 22, 1959
Page 17
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NO ARMS OR LEGS FROM BIRTH Seventh Grade Students Present RUTH MILLET! Program For Robert E. Lee PTA Why doesn't Homebody offer ft refresh&r coufti for nousewveg? men flr.e given ft. chance to find outj the latest techniques in their] fields. ! ; Rut the fact that there i refresher course open to THE PAMPA DA!L¥ SUNDAY, FEBkUAmf 2ft, lfS0 B-5 is no study pictures of rooms to see If, paint. ITvefl ftiijl yftOf house-]you can't spark your own imagin- to get iohielfiifif • fell Founder's Day was observed by Robert E.^Lee Junior High PTA iflt the Thursday afternoon meeting |hel.] in the school auditorium. The \ meeting commemorated the or- iganizatinn of the National Con- Igreas of. Parents and Teachers 'founded on Feb. 17, 189T. I Mrs. Bob Andis, president, in opening remarks to the PTA group 'gave an informative and insptra- itional talk on the predictions 'achievement and progress to lion of three number*. Tony . _ presented ft, tap dance. "Give My Regards to Broadway." fh§ program concluded with *. il <J u ft r e da nets performed by ft group of refresher tours* tot housewiveil?'wives doesn't mean that each one a.tion jind come up with ft, bright from the.reftdy-mfXid Bolftlri iffl this pWf'm comeS from ft wlf* can't supply her own. ifdea that will give your own; go to work. «M and "• Painter Mtrl« ffcUsy with her work. Incredible Effort Of Will Power tables Painter To Create Beauty crippled resources, and to find; Mrs. Homer Martin Jr. directed meaning to a life that could have the school choir in the presenta- Best Hatted Award to Rosalind Russell for be made in the nest 20 years. She staled that "Our atomic age is like a knife. In the hands of a surgeon, It can save a life. In the hands of an assassin, it can take one." Reports were given by M r s. Weklon Trice, secretary and Mrs. James Kvans, treasurer. Mrs. Julian Key, radio chairman. announced that a live radio program. "The bife of Robert E. I Lee." will be given at 9:15 a.m.: Friday. Members voted approval of the purchase of two tickets to the Com ] munlty Concert. Ass'n. for t h e, school's music teachers to d i s- tribute to children interested in attending the programs. Following the business session, members of the seventh grade presented the program with Myron Aflergut as master of ceremonies. STRASBOURG, France —[ties in the world of painting con-. "Thought For The Day" was giv- (NEAl -- Marie Daisy was bornjtinue to create beauty with by Charlotte McCoy, it-odd years ago without arms or legs. This is a tragedy that might destroy most parents and eventual- ly'the child. Fortunately for Marie, her parents were of strong Normandy stock. They gave her an education, and e'ncouraged her to develop a talent to fill the long, lonely hours. That talent was painting. Now Marie has several awards to her credit — for paintings she creates] by holding a brush between her] head and her shoulder. i The story of Marie Daisy is per-! l»Bps the most extraordinary of llws<! you hear at the Association of Handicapped artists, which has its headquarters in Strasbourg, France's ancient city on the Rhine River. Handicapped by a birth defect, or an accident or illness later in life, none of its students paints in the orthodox way with their hands. They all paint with their mouths or their feet. Every oil or water color represents an incredible effort of will power, and is testimony to an inexhaustible fund of patience. Few of the members of this unusual "academy" can 1 be called great artists. But all bear in mind the example of Renoir, the French impressionist crippled with arthritis who painted masterpieces with his brush strapped to his hand. Successful professionally *r* 35^ear-old Madeleine Jars and German-born Amulf Stegman. Both paint with their moutha. When Madeleine, the daughter of a civil servant, was born the doctors soon realized that not only would she never have the use of she seveVith grade students. Visitation was held ift ths seventh-grade wing, following the program with ft large number of Sev> cnth grade mothers in attendance. An executive board meeting wfts held prior to the general meeting in the conference room at tft« mother who nays she is sick Here are a, few tips that might:house a new look, j Enroll in Adult el«8*e* Irt tired of cooking the same make housekeepong a bit more in- 1 Plan a, party that is ft little dif-1 i n g, sewing, interior in Ih* same way, would like ( tereftttng for any bored wife: Iferent from your usual way of en-j a^ or music — and «e« \( yotf to do something to brighten up her; Get out your cookbooks and tertainlng. In making out yourj d on ' t bring home Some ideft* IHfti dull living room but doesn't quite'work out ft menu for the week, 1 guest list be sure to Include A fewj xv m make life more enjoyable f6f know wherd to begin, and thinks' cooking every single thing in a persons who have never set fooi' yoil an d for your family, there must be eftsier ways of do-i new'and untried way. Cooking in your house before. i j n '^ort, ret busy ind refresh ing housework. • j isn't boring and neither is. meal Send for some nursery tnd seed you j. se j^ A lot of housewives, bored with < planning for the woman who is catalogues and start planning • ( "JL. . the same old routine week after always trying something new. next summer's garden. ^ ^ Both Oc0rf4 Wftshjngtort * ft 6 school. week, probably would enjoy a homemakers' refresher course the way profesional and business- Spend an lie library afternoon at the pub- Look around and see if some of. reading everything your rooms or some of your f until- - Abranam available on interior decorating. ; lure couldn't use Lincoln had been Suf* a. fresh coat of veyors before becoming presidents. ROSALIND RUSSELL, vivacious star of stage, screen and TV Is shown receiving the Golden Hat Award as the best hatted woman in the world for 1958. Adam Gimbel presented the award in behalf of the Millinery Institute of America to Miss Russell who "is world renowned for her chic," he said. He is President of Saks Fifth Averse. Five hundred fashion editors voted her the award which wa» designed by jeweler, Otto Grun. After receiving the award. Mist Russell said, "Hatlessness is old hat!" Last year's winner was Princess Grace of Monaco. First Impressions May Mean Future Friendships When Boy And Girl Meet NEW YORK — When a boy, listening. meets a girl, what things a'»oiit< her arms and legs but that ajso was unable to talk. •Thanks to the love and patience nt her mother. Madeleine learned to' read at an early age. Her memory was prodigious. The next stop was to learn to write. Gripping a ,,„..., i she Magazine. Writing from H h o y s point of view, Mr. Wescott s 11 g- avoid'i the to her mean the most to him in fieir first fifteen minutes together! Her mannerisms, speech, ' on- vernaion and expressions, tays the teen-a^e sage Jimmy V\'e.« 'ott in the February issue of Seventeen pencil between her teeth would spend hours duplicating three or four letters of the alphabet. When at last she had master- following nuslnUe, if they wan ed the two R's, she graduated to become a boys friend: painting. '• Dnn't try too hard to imp-ess -Her father invented a series of him: The truth will out if a *irl Instruments which made it easier pietendg to "have taken a five- for her to mix her paints and week European trip." Remember, hold her brushes. She needs from he may have lived abroad. Be- four to six weeks to turn out a si'ies, he may try to "pull the small painting, working several wool," too, then paths that neither hours a day. of >' ml took wi " ' M " s - s Arnulf Stegman lost the use of 2. Don't fuss with clothes or h(s arms after contracting polio hair: It's distracting and may re- as a child. Now In his late forties, mind a boy of the girl's short- his works are exhibited in many comingn. countries. He also was the star 3. Don't talk too fast: When a pupil of the Munich School of Art, girl takes off like a Miss-suited in Germany. missile at a million words an iln Strasbourg these personal!- hour, a fellow eventually stops 1, Don't overlook his name: Use it at the beginning of conversations ... he will feel "adopted" and his interest will sharpen. 0. Dont talk about yourself too much. Show enthusiasm for his interests, but don't go overboard. fi. Don't forget to smile. Sophisticated, alluring expressions may remind him of a toothache, near- sighledness or HII asthmatic' condition. 1( a boy thinks a girl Is bored, h« will "skip " 1. Don't play the field. Other fellows are definitely "off limits" and so is fiddling with magazines, books or gadgets. Concentrate on him. 8. Avoid pretzel positions. Don't curl up with pitows, or draw up feet, twist arms or crook the head. Once a boy has recognized a girl as a friend, she should "give it time to take" and not do anything to make him change his mind. ! The Sewn Classified Ad». ATTENTION LADIES EARLY FALL SHOWING MATCHING IMPORTED SKIRTS and SWEATERS by SEBASTIAN Special Orders taken on colors and styles — for delivery about August 15th .... Imported Knits from Italy and Austria with Skirts to match. Come in and see what is new for Fall 1959-—MONDAY ONLY — Also Dyed Blouses and Pants to Match "Exclusive But Not Expensive" Ill N. Cuyler MO 5-5747 injoy Free Coffee In This* VALUES -The Friendliest Store Visit Our 6 Big Departments-Headed by Spcialists! 1. Prescriptions filled by Joe & Tom 2. Trusses & Supports fitted by Tom Beard 3. Wheel Chairs—Hospital Beds- Crutches—Cones—for the sick room Nofice-Deoles ore not to buy from us ot these prices Tall Tales from Tom: I want to fit you with a Truss or Fill your prescriptions. 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