Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 1, 1959 · Page 8
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 8

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, March 1, 1959
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8 THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 1930 Jlsf Y*«f (Urn - An estimatffl Co mm i mist Trad* I'ViO'" 1 I.t?l:P.'i h"!;Pry vov):ers Are fiupporl of demand! -ohcJuled 1o );D7in' ft 43 >• hour n ciit differentia.)! «AI strike Sat« " , pay. 80 CENT VIOLIN! BOXING A RADIO Nell Everett, right, helps her friend, Mrs. Joe Griffin, play a homemade violin that is one possibility of woodworking. Mrs. Griffin's violin cost 80 cents, com- plete with guitar strings. It may look like a violin but it doesn't sound like one. (Daily News Photo) Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Griffin, left, fit a radio to a wall box made in their 1045 S. Christy shop. The Griffins, like George Flaherty, right, are leaders in a newly formed woodworking class. Flaherty ap* pears in Scout uniform, having come from an Explorer meeting. (Daily News Photo) Sawdust Flying In Local Wood Shop By M'AUA' TRUKSDKI.L Daily >'c\vs SUiff Writer Sawdust is flying in Fampa as men and women turn their hands to the creation of chairs, bookcases and other woodworking projects. Fifteen persons met in the Pampa Junior High Shop Feb. 20 to organize a woodworking class. The same evening" the y turned out a recking lawn chair and tesran work on a wall hutch. George Flaherty was elected president. Mrs. Joe B. Griffin, sec- retary-treasurer and H. L. McCar- Icy, instructor. MrCarley. w h o heads shop instruction in Lcfors High School is v/c'l versed in woodworking and the use of power toils. The class meets on the first and third Friday evenings of each month in the unior High Shop. The hour.- are 7:30 to 9 :.;o a nd the dues 50 cents per meeting. Meeting by meeting, everyone will pitch in on a new project, according to Flaherty. The wall hutch will be finished up at the Men's Evening Attire Blossoms By MARGUERITE DAMS United Press International CHICAGO (UPIi -'- Men's evening wear shown for next fall is as colorful as the ladies'. The American Institute of Men's and Boys' Wear showed these articles of clothing, to be available in retail stores by next autumn: —A bold red tuxedo jacket, worn with a black silk cummerbund and tie. —Another tuxedo jacket in green white and gray plaid. —A beige dinner jacket brocaded in red and green. —A French blue tuxedo jacket, worn with a black cummerbund i 7ig-zagged with the blue. ' j —A white Janiero mess jacket, j worn with bright red tie and cum- i merbund, j A red and black patterned boat i (•flat of silk velvet. | — And the "Continental Formal"' a comparatively sober outfit of gray wool-and-silk worsted in a: one-button cutaway coat with satin piping on the sleeve, cuffs and ; slanting welt pockets, satin <:ov- i ered buttons and a wine-color lining. This is to he worn with a. black satin Continental tie, a cross-over affair held in place by ! a small button and taking the ; same shape as a misplaced nan-; dlebar mustache. I A men's fashion magazine, Es-! quire, showed a black mohair "Cocktail Suit, 1 ' notable for its 1 next meeting. March 6. M e a n ,'while, renewed activity will be 'going on in the garage and cellar 'shops around Pampa, as w o o d- 'workers get the feel of their ', power tools. ' So what happens to the wall hutch when its finished? It will be used for a door prize. Then they'll ; begin something else. I Eager woodworkers are learning how to ii^p power saws without '. losing a finger. They also take thci) 1 turn at lathes, jointers and sander.". Although they meet in the school shop, they use equip! mcnt. furnished by Montgomery jtt'ard. : Possibilities are unlimited, charter members will tell y o u. So many people don't know what to do with themselves and so many , don't know what to do with tools. The group is eager for new members and wood. With a combination decorated with ornaments ranging like that, you can't keep a wood- from small feathers to goaf whis- worker down. kers, and for summer wear one , manufacturer displayed a snap- I'LANK SKTS KRCOKD brimmed sailor of stiff straw. NK\V YORK il'PIi - -American Many overcoats had colorful Airlines said Thursday one of its linings. A Burberry w as lined in Boeing 707 jet transports had set red and black stripes. The newer, n new commercial speed record Continental topcoat had a fancy from Now York to Los Angeles, red pattern lining, and a boxcoat The plane, carrying 106 p«v was lined in gold and b'-".-V.. singers and « crew of fig-il. Sports clothing on display in- m?do the 2,575 - mile flight eluded a combination leather-ami- We>liv->?d,v," night in five hours Unit blouse Jacket lined in quilted and seven minutes-an hour fast- red paisley. The front panels er thnn the previous record, the were of light beige leather, find airline said. sleeves, back and color of match- ! . - in S knit. i Kf>. u | The News Classified Ads. (JKTS OKAV CADILLAC DOVE OF PEACE LOS ANGELES (UPIi The bus- DES MOINES, Iowa band of actress Lyn Thomas says Iowa Hollae Speaker Rep . Vern \ the onlv reason his estranged wifei,. . ..... ' wanted' a gray Cadillac along with | Llsle *^* that lo kee P P eace in , $200 monthly ali.mony was because ! his own house he, will vote of the color. way how well a grain elevator j power takeoff device works, ( It took off all his clothes, 1eav- ; ing only his hat, shoes and one shirt cuff. , a -bill to permit dove shooting, MILLER-HOOD PHARMACY Wonf/ ;:: lack of pockets. The single-button jacket has four inner pockets, the trousers two large watch pockets j and that's all. Another magazine promotion was a line of wool jersey, including business suits, sports wear, \ blazers, and an evening cape-<-nat ' with a lining of bright red satin, i Wrinkles hang out overnight, a spokesman said, and the material is ideal for packing. The AIMBW style show, held Tuesday in conjunction with the •list annual convention of the National Association of Retail Clothiers and Furnishers, exhibited articles tor the male wardrobe ranging from sportswear to tails. Brown will be the most popular color for business and sports, the I experts said. They featured an iridescent shade with a coppery sheep. Derbies hit expected to continue in favor but the hat manufacturers also have high hopes for Uuj new "Monte Carlo" model. This is ft f«it hat with a narrow brim, 1% inches wide, a narrow ribbofl band, and a modified pork- Bis crown. also was ft generous °f vflour Tyrolean hats. BU*ifl»***f ** Officm *nd — Silvtr. *J»1H— »*«*.-"*«« JOHN VANTINE yf <T A Message from Your Neighborhood Pharmacy PROPER DIGESTION OF FOOD is necessary for better body health. Mastication, the process of chewing your food enough to permit its preparation tor entry into the stomach, is handicapped if your teeth cannot accomplish their duty. MODERN DENTAL RESEARCH has uncovered many new helpful techniques for making teeth less subject to decay and possible loss. Your dentist judges his professional success by his ability to help you keep your teeth instead of losing them. A VISIT TO YOUR DENTIST is no longer something to be feared. Your dentist has new "miracle" drugs to prevent pain and promote healing He can prescribe mineral and vitamin medicines for people who are susceptible to cavities. His local treatments prevent their formation. SHOULD YOUR DENTIST PRESCRIBE any medications, or specify a particular dental aid, we can supply it from our ample stocks. 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