Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 1, 1959 · Page 15
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 15

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, March 1, 1959
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f:36 — Pythian Sisters, Ca-stlel Mall. M? N. Nelson. f :3o — WeSley&n Service Ouild, First Methodist, with Mrs. Irl Smith as hostess. f :30 — Spanish i, Adult Education Class, Lovett Memorial Library. 7:30 — Pampa, Duplicate Bridge Club, St. Matthew's Episcopal Parish Hall, S:oo — tipsilon chapter, Seta Mines. Hampton, Wagoner Discuss Pine Arts For Varief as Study Club Meeting fflet ... _, tftefhooii mili Uts. Mooss Home. Jamsa A. ftogklfts iivtftfN t h e fhouflu for the fca.y: "There « 9:30 — Goodwill Home Demon-j much good ift the wttfst of u«, ftftd stratlon Club with Mrs. W. E, Autry, 1418 N. Russell. &:30 — Council of Clubs, City dub Room. &:30 — Circle, Two, Hafrah Methodist Church, Fellowship Hall. 10 :OQ — Morning Duplicate so much bad in the 6«st of us, that It hftfdly to talk of 01 thv of U * ffldfs to it thftfi that; vre fntiit fee aWaft 8! what th» 51st TMB PAMPA £>A!L¥ SUNDAY, MARCH 1, to tell." Mf». Wftgoftef gavft « &rtt? biography or Beethoven, feom mo 1 182?, wfitf gave many eompositiofts during his ed in O'Brient, 823 N. Somervllle. 2:30 — Senior Citizens Center, Sigma Phi Sorority, with Mmes. j Lovett Memorial Library. March Otis Petty, John Griffith, Charles Birthday Parly. Jeffries Jr. as hostesses, City Club I 8:4S — Business Women's Of- Room. cle, First Baptist, in church. TUESDAY ?:30 — Pampa Rebekah Lodge, 8:00 — PTA City Council, ttor- 10OF Hall, 210 W. grown. ace Mann, with Mrs. T. M. Brooks and Sam Segert as hosts. Merten Home Cemon- Mrs. A. M. 7:30 — circle One, H a f r a h Methodist C h u f 6 h, Fellowship Hall. 8:00 — American Legion Auxiliary, City Club Room. 12:00 — Business and Profession- 8:00 -- St. Margaret Ouild. St. al Women's Club, executive board j Matthew's Episcopal Parish 9:30 stration Club with Nash, 721 N. West. luncheon meeting, City Club Room. I House. 2:00 — Pampa Art Club, Gueslj V bay Tea, Lovett Memorial Library j 9.35 • with Mrs. Arnold Petitfils as guest executive .speaker. i church. 2:30 — Twentieth Century Co FRIDAY Arts" taking art ag her subject. "Pins arts," she .began, "what an overwhelming subject for every* thing 6f beauty of interest in th« world is aft. The baby dressed so carefully by the young mother; a bouquet of flowers arranged for the coffee table; or a lovely refreshment plate arranged f6r a party." "We are familiar with me works of the Old Master's, Rembrandt's, Sistine Madonna" Da Vinci's 'Mona Lisa, "Last Supper"; ftiid Fifth 1868 * 1937, - — alive." He had what ns conservatory could give. . * musical instinct. Paul Whitemart asked him to play In Concert in 1924; "ftapsody in Blue and "Symphone ui Jim" tare some of his compositions." Mr*. Wagoner also discussed Young Put ©e/ With Party MIAMI (Spl) — the First Bart- liSt Church entertained its youth With a banquet in a valentine-decorated hall jdely of Christian Service met Wednesday in Fellowship H a 11! slud y books, "Concerns of a Con Decorations carried out the val-: W it n j^ ra 'valton Martin leader of| lincnt "' which she will teach be """motif. I t he program. "One in Christ,'! ginning March 4. Members voted to have, a St. Paul WSCS Plans New Study from the district president, Mrs. Carlton Thompson of Wheeler, concerning the annual meeting to be St. Paul's Methodist Women's So- hc 'd in Midland March 1M8-18. Mrs. Don Stephens gave Out Fellowship Dinner Given By Church Jackie Gill served as toastmas- Progress in Ecumenicity", ten invocation wa« given by Rev > MI-S. S. T. Holding gave the de- Clifford Potts. Mrs. Potts welcom-; votionaK ,. UnUy of the Faith,,' used guests and J. L. Granlham' inj , scrjp ture f rom fcphesians. gave the response. Wayne Mad-j .. dox was guest speaker. Mrs. Guests were Rev. and Mrs. Clif- ""' ford Potts, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne'"""" Maddox, and Mr. R. A. Flowers; 1 a Valjean Brines, fcelda Slrmans, Sandra Saul, Mary Casey, Donna Byrum, Susan Maddox, Marilyn tBTORS <8pl) Auxiliary met in t he «nn«* as her program, "A New New '.Meaning", fol-i W. J. Flethcer who ered'dish luncheon at the concJu-jof the first Baptist Ch»irch, re* sion of Mrs, Stephen's sludv. icently tor a mission sttidy boo!t r The meeting was closed withj" Cnarli< > Matthew's Ute." by Hf«, Mrs. Martin leading the members Arthur Hammer and ft fellowship ln re p earing the W SCS Benedk Memhei ' s . Biu gftrRCnt w . were 6:00 p.m Attending were Misses Mmes. jEarhart, Doris Halley, Arrty Fletcher, Vai-Cable, Oweda Jcrntgen, VeMa •i ' ' Bill aargpni VV. J. fietcner, vai- Vvnuie, wweua duungen •ihad as her subject. "Christian Co- ton Marlin _ s T Hold!ng Don Oifford, and guests Miss ' rtf^flt^OTIrtM t\.t\ A \A//S*«1 *4T**»*A1** " jj. _ *. t m. j. J_. operation on a World Level . . , Stephens, Bennie Waller, L. M. j Halley and Mrs. J. D- Orafe, born in 1892, who develop-1Murfee, Patsy McCormick; Jackiejiness meeting and read a letter!of the Nursery. Mrs. Holding conducted the bus- Davis and F. B. Jones in charge'Mmes. David Robinson and L, M\ American Jazz. "He did all of Galnesborough's, "Blue Boy," and the beautiful heads of Christ, but _ . , „ . .today we have A new field of art Central Baptist WMS, | called the Abstract, where an ar- board meeting, in tist may use a few daubs of paint to express himself." His [some of his compositions are "Valley of Enchantment" and "grand Canyon." Refreshments were served during the social hour. i Berry sponsors. Gill, Joe Wayne Holland, Mike McCormick, Carroll Potts, George Casey, J. L. Gfantham, Jimmy GUI, Charles Byrum, Harold Al-' len Coffee. i Read The News Classified Ads. tlllion dub with Mrs, Gene Barber, 1807 N. Sumner. 2:30 — Twentieth Century Al- tegro dub with Mrs. Vernon L. Watkins, 1112 Charles. 2:45 — Parent Education Club with Mrs. H. C. Federer, 2211 Aspen. 7:30 — Father's Night, Robert E. Lee PTA, school audftorium, "Education For Citizenship" led by Mrs. James Evans; moderated by Jon Jones, minister. 7:30 — Pampa Rose Society with Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Caldwell, Sr., 1100 E. Kingsmill with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McLellan assistant hosts. 7:30 —Spanish 2, Adult Education Class, Lovett Memorial Library. 7:30 — Royal Neighbor Lodge, f Carpenter's Hall, West Foster. 7:45 — Treble Clef Club, Guest Night, Borger Music Club as guest artists, Lovett Memorial Library. 8:00 — VFW Auxiliary, VFW Hall. WEDNESDAY »:30 —Circle 1, First Methodist, with Mrs. D. M. Lawrence. 1114 Christine. 9:30 — Circle 2, First Methodist, with Mrs. Travis Lively Sr., 521 E. 18th. 10:00 — Central Baptist WMS, business meeting in Royal Service Program, general church. 10:30, Central Baptist WMS, in church to be followed by luncheon, 12:00 — Altrusa Club, executive board luncheon, Pampa Hotel. 2:30 — Worthwhile, Home Demonstration Club with Mrs. Dewey Johnson, 622 N. Sumner. 7:30 — DMF Auxiliary, Production and Gasoline, City Room. Mrs. Skidmore Has Club Meet "In the field of abstract painting, Pablo Picasso is master. Another is Frant? Kline, with his paintings done in blftck and white. One . of America's important painters Is Andrew Wyeth, who is a master of realism. The most difficult of all paintings to do is the portrait for the painter must capture the personality and not just the likeness." Mrs. Hampton concluded her C f u"b discu sslon with the observation. "There Is a picture in the simplest of things and what a beautiful world our God haa given us, If we would but open our eyes and observe the grandeur of the settings." Mrs. William A. Wagoner discussed music as her topic under Fine Arts. "We have different ^ " < .< * / - ^ / > s { Ea&ter finds lor fashionable feet kinds of music," she began. "Music tells how people think. While we like, to listen to music with melody and rhythms, ther« is Mrs. Babitzke Entertains Circle dlst. with Mrs. L. H. Hicka, 1005 Mary Ellen. 9:30 — Circle 4, First Methodist, with Mrs. Bob McCoy, W. Harvester. 9:30 — Circlfi 5, First Melho- 210 1200 Mary Ellen. 9:00 — Presbyterian Women's Association, Educational Bldg. 10:00 — Episcopal Women's Auxiliary, Parish Hall. 7:30 — German, Adult Education, Lovett Memorial Library. 8:15 — Women of the Moose, SHAMROCK (Spl) _ Shamrock Garden Club met recently in the home of Mrs. Dave Skidmore with Mrs. J. M. Tindall as co-hostess. Mrs. M. V. Cobb presided during the business meeting. Mrs. Mat Clay, program leader, introduced Mrs. Virgil Agan, who gave "An Acre of Emeralds" and J discussed lawn care; Mrs. Skidmore discussed "How To Prune' CANADIAN (Spl) — Circle One Roses -" : of the WSCS of the First Metho. Election of officers followed (list Church met in the horns of Mrs. Bert Babitzke recently. Mrs. W. H. Stroud was in charge of the devotional and program. The topic "Books Are Our Friends" was. presented with the following discussing various phases: Mmes. G. F. Hoover, Ralph Freeman, R. H. Cowan, W. H. Stroud. Those attending were Mmes. W. R. Hine«, R. H. Cowan W. H.; Stroud, Ben Hill, C. J. Hoobler, E. T. Barker, Marvin Longhofer, James B. Reid, G. F. Hoover, W. D. Fisher, Ralph Freeman, Van Petree, Paul Patton and J » m e a Price. I THE WAVERLY by Vitality Smart Easter styling in wonderfully soft glove leather. Bone or black patent. Sizes: 4 to 10 Widths: AAAA-B $13.95 with Mrs. .1. B. Wright, named president; Mrs. C. C. Collingsworth, vice president; Mrs. L. S, Griffin, recording secretay-treas- lurer, and Mrs. O. T. Glascock, 1 reporter. ^ ^ Present in addition to those men- dlstV'with Mrs." w! R. Campbeilj tioned above wcre Mm es. Lonnie _ * ' LJltftlum TJ" T* T7<J — 1 J— »T f* •-« . Burks, H. T. Fields, H. E. Pendleton, C. T. Palmer, Jo« Hindman, J. F. Short, Delia Drake, John Harvey, Chan Webber, Rayburn Smith and Misa Geneva Zeigler. Read The Newn Classified Ads... THE CASBAH by Vitality That 1959 styling; one the combination last. So sort—in bone. All Sizes Widths: AAAA-B $14.95 Some of these prices are ridiculous — some of the styles are ridiculous too but a stitch here and there will make a piece of imported fabric into a new dress at budget prices. THE ROBIN by Vitality Styl« — Right In such soft Black patent! on the combination last. All Size* Widths: AAAA-B §12,95 BEHRMAN'S Values to 98.95 DOLLAR DAY 4 ONLY values to 8995 ROBES 8 ONLY Vals. to 27.95 7 ONLY Vals. to 16.95 9 - Here ae the big DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS at SMITH'S QUALITY SHOES for March Dollar Day Monday March 2. Every item offered is an outstanding buy, so be here early for better selection. STORE HOURS: 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Ladies here is a buy that you can not afford to miss. One large group of ladies dress shoes in high or mid heels — these are close out patterns in our better shoes —values to $18.95 — Dollar Day special Group of children's shoes in Jumping Jack and Poll Parrot brands in discontinued styles — a real buy at FREE on $ Day One Pair of Nylon Hose with the. purchase of any pair of Ladies' Shoes LADIES DRESS SHOES '$ DOLLAR DAY Values To 12.95 $ 4 98 JACKETS 7 Only Values To 12.98 ? 4 98 Group of girls dress flatties and sport shoes — ideal for school or dress JUNE by Vitality Your favorite pump In Spring's favorite black patent. All Sizei Widths: AAAA-B $13.95 ODDS and ENDS TABLE Ridiculously Priced $399 Pr. $399 Pr. For fast selling, two groups of ladies dress shoes in broken lots and sizes — don't miss these at: Group i«• t *i '4 99 Pr. Group 2 $ 2 99 ft i One lot of men's andboys' dress shoes Beautiful velvet house shoes, plain or jewel styles $ 6" Pr. Hosiery special — Deluxe sheer first quality nylon hose —all new spring shades 69c PAIR DON'T FORGET ITS SMITH'S QUALITY SHOES for real DOLLAR DAY VALUES. Due to thelow sqle prices we cannot give Stamps. THE TULIP by Vitality New styles by the combination last. In such soft glova leather. In bone. Sizes 5-10 Widths: AAAA-B $14.95 | Blouses-Sweaters-Lingerie Sportswear—T-Shirts—Millinery BEHRMAN'S New Fresh Crisp Cotton Dresses DOLLAR DAY by Betty Barclay $A95 $ and JLmm 95 SHOES FOR THE 107 N. Cuyler MO 5-5321 THE MYSTIC A Wonderlust Shoe by Vitality So Chic - in black pa$10.95 Sheer Seamed and Seamless HOSE Two $4 50 Pair JL ALL PEKFKCT USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN- KYLE'S • % SHOES F( Cuykr Pliofte »1O 9-9413 SHOES FOB THE FAMILY New Patent and Leather Nylon PANTIES Two Pair $<fl 50 BAGS EXCLUSIVE EXPENSIVE"

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