Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 1, 1959 · Page 19
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 19

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, March 1, 1959
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Slst Yeaf THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS SUNDAY, MARCH l r Russia aaya lie ctrt!l. Th<s Tass Apftdf Utta TO THIS ROCK,./ Members of building find finance committees turn the sod at ground breaking ceremonies for the new church building for the First Baptist Church, White Deer. Left to right: C. C. Kelly, Eugene ardson, Lester Robertson, John Driskill, Edward Dittberner, H. T. Bates, W. C. Powers, and the-pastor, Rev. E. J. Keith. HIGH SCHOOL 'SABINA' Becky Gray, center, plays the part of Sabina to the hilt in the senior class production of Thornton Wllder's "The Skin of Our Teeth," Opening Monday in the Pampa High School Auditorium. The above scene takes place on the boardwalk in Atlantic City, N. J. Doug Luedecke appears as a sailor and Judy Wells as Esmeralda, the fortune teller. (Daily News Photo) Wilder Play Opens Here Monday Night Construction On White Deer Church Begins (Spl) — Con. Quotes In The News Uniled press International HOLLYWOOD — Mrs. Vittoria Alberghelti, in announcing that she no longer opposes the marriage of her daughter, singer Anna Maria Alberghelti, to di- TM1EVES STEAL ROBOT LONDON (UFI) — Boris, the mascot of the Plymouth and Devonport Technical College, has been stolen. Boils is a life-sized robot. Read The News Classified Ails. jit.1 Sputnik HI, launched on May sAlfelHfe feowple't-d Ul I.OfllfliOS 'l5, 1968, is still sending signals'around the eattH fc -"-"-^ GiVE THANKS JOYOUSLY By ATTENDING CHURCH TODAY 8:30 -"ALWAYS THANKFUL" Sermon by the Pastor 8:30 - 9:30 a.m.—Broadcast of Early Church Service KPDN 9:45 a, m.—SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES for all 092:. 10:55 a.m.—"ALWAYS THANKFUL" Sermon by the Pastor 6:00—Sunday Eveninq Fellowship for All Ages. 7:30 p.m.—"YOU AfcE IMPORTANT TO GOD" Sermon by the Pastor 9-00 p m.—METHODIST MEN'S HOUR - KPDN. THREE WORSHIP SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY 8:30 and 10:55 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. You Are Welcome At All Services FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 201 E. Foster Wood row Adcock, Pastor The human race has had 11 s dark moments since time began but has always hung on, if only by the skin of its teeth. With "The Skin of Our Teeth," Thornton Wilder, Pulitzer Prize-winning wright, lights an affirming fire that is still burning. "Skin, 1 ' with a cast of 40. Barbara Lunsford. The chiklen, Gladys and Henry, are played by Judy Baer and Doug Redrnon. Not to be missed is the Antrobus maid, Lily Sabina. a constant play- temptation to George Antrobus bon-jand every male member of the I audience. In this show, Sabina is will 1 portrayed by Becky Gray. open here Monday for a two night I The world of the Antrobuses tak- run in the Pampa High *» «n other members of the hu- School! *» «n other members of the Auditorlum. This senior class pro- man race, including refugees of ductlon will be one of the first the Ice Age. convention delegates events of Texas Public S c h o o rat Atlantic City, and characters in Week. | another play. , ,. -Mio .„ ^fi-c, 1 "Tills is the greatest challenge Curtain time w, 1 be 8 p.m Ml -a , undertaken," M 1 s s Helen Sc hafer «™"™> ™ n ™ £' , Scha fer to.d the Daily News. ed. Ticket- will be on sale at the .. door and can be obtained 1rnm WHITE DEER structton of the $74,880 brick andjvorced composer-arranger Buddy tile sanctuary and educational j Bregman: building of the First Baptist "I give them all the blessing Church was begun last week. Ground • breaking ceremonies! against them, were held last Sunday with a large ; vorced man for Anna, but ev?ry- crowd attending in spite of the in-! body is divorced here except a 1 " This is the younger genera- and I am the oldar genera- they want, and I haven't anything I didn't like a di- clement weather. After the pastor's message on "Building a Church for God," Edward Dittberner, chairman of the building committee, described the floor plnn and the materials to be used for the new church and explained the plan of financing through the Providence Bond plan. The congregation then went to the site of the new edifice, where Frank Evans and his sister, Mrs. C. P. Hussey, members of the i longest standing, turned the first shovelsful of earth. Members of the building and finance committees, Edward Dittberner, Eugene Richardson, C. C. Kelly, W. C. Powers, H. T. Bat- few tion, tion, and I don't understand them and never will. I don't care what they do. I'm a little tired of everything and would like to go back to Italy." LONG BEACH, Calif. — Louis Kuplan, director of the Interdepartmental Coordinating Committee on Aging, seeing retirement years as a time of challenge when the average life span is increased to 100 years; "The period of retirement will become a time of challenge and opportunity when the individual can pick up the unfinished business of life and finish d.oing the HELEN SCHAFER .. . the director from any senior. Student tickets are priced at 40 cents. Adult tickets sell for 75 cents. I Although "The Skin of Our Teeth" takes place in New .ler-, sey and concerns one American: family, the Antrobuses' could be any family of mankind. For Mr. and Mrs. Antrobus, Director Shafer has cast Richard Newberry and has to be seen to be appreciated. In three acts and 40 characters. Wilder challenges not only the but the audience. News In Brief Social Studies Conference Set At West Texas es, John Driskill, and Lester Rob-j many thingg he dropped when he ertson, then manned the shovels, i cn tered the labor force." Huelyn Laycock, chairman of the finance committee, was unable to! be present. ' A. C. Dacus, deacon of the longest standing, and Don Driskill. representing the young people of the church, then completed t h e ceremony, and Rev. E. J. Keith, SW- Get Your Easter Bonnet at DOLLAR DAY BARGAINS Regular Values 5.95 1 55 Choose your Easter Hat from one of the largest selections of new Spring and Summer Hats! There are large and small styles, outstanding styles, Cloches (cartwheels and sailors), berets—in new straws and bamboo fabric. Ladies' Shop 3rd Floor pastor, lion. pronounced the benedic- --V Cub Pack 110 Stages Blue, Gold Banquet CANYON {SpH — Members Texas State College will present BOUND FOR s HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (UPI) — Actress Debbie Reynolds will leave next Tuesday for Spain and a new movie assignment. I'LA.V MI3SIL.K TEST PARIS (UPI)-France plans to scheduled here March 7. launch three research missiles next week from its base at Guir in the Sahara Desert, it was announced Saturday, !wh<J M , d {hey wished R c , f)nfer . DKAF MUTE CONFESSES | en ce with "academic value," ac- MANILA (UPI) — A 17-year-old: cor din{f to Herschel Coffee, chair- head of the history department, will speak on inflation in the teaching of American history. John Walton, instructor in economics. Dr. Luther Hagard, associate professor of government, T. V. Crounse, associate professor of sociology, and Dr. M. B. Measa- °f;mer, professor of geography, will n outline other phases o£ the prob- Cub Scout Pack 110 met with, Q Saturday| man their parents and guests for a fellow-students at! 8 |o n ^ blue and gold banquet recent^V in £ Deaf ftnd v the Stephen K.Austin School Cafe-1 hc program on "The Use of a Concept! i em . in Unifying the Teaching of So- A luncheon will be held at 12:30 cial Studies" at the annual Pan- p. ni . in the WT cafeteria, and handle Social Studies Conference group discussions from 2 until 3:30 p.m. will be held among var- The meeting this year has beenilous interest groups. A general as- planned from a questionnaire to sembly at 3:30 will close the con- social studies teachers of the arealference. Reservations for the conference may be made through Dr. Ima Barlow, professor of history, at West Texas State. of the of WT. social sciences divl- teria. Balloons, satellites and paper sack masks made by the Cubs said confessed in i sign Pedro Bilog hung from the ceiling to lend the"' 8 " lan S ua P e ; atmosphere, of a festival. After the 1 -^ CHK'KKN? Pledge of Allegiance, Cubmasterj TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Wendell Watson was robed, crown-jThe state's poultry and egg indus ed and seated on a blue throne from where he reigned The concept to be used for the p . ollre conference will be "inflation," and will be utilized by several speak- * t» yU»Dua ONCE- ELECTRIC Clothes Druer! (UPI) ers. Tile meeting will open at 10 a.m. in the auditorium of the edu- bound Keith Simmons Company plant. The and gold i try today announced the menu for i be outlined by Dan Selakovlch, as-j court held that the lines, nil em- rned with^nest Wednesday's breakfast assistant professor of social studies i ploying Teamster Union drivers, cational building, and purposes of procedures of the conference will FINBS TKIICK LINKS NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UPli — A chancery court judge fined seven truck lines a total of $275 Friday for refusing to provide truck service to the strike which Gov. Leroy Collins and his at WT. cabinet will be the guests: the sceptre which he accepted as Rex, King of the Mardi Graa, Den S enacted a television skit "Jumbo fried eggs, omelets, egg portraying great people like Abe j sausage-burgers Lincoln, and then on to the little !«"** J ulce ^ : decorated with i had violated a court order to pro- raw eggs in hard-boiled eggs important people in our own i uecorttll?cl wl111 P^tures of the gov- their s m a 11 ei ' nor ar >d 'he cabinet members. Den but lives who through tasks become great. Den 3 furnished sound effects for the Red Riding Hood type story read by Den Mother, Mrs. Berton D o u- cette. Den Chief John Neslage of Den 3 gave a short magic show. Attorney Bill Waters, emcee, introduced and gave recognition to the Pack's officers: Tom Rose, committee chairman; Roy G r I f- fin, treasurer; Wendell Watson, cubmaster; Mmes. Berton D o u- cette, Jess Young, Wendell Wat- gon and Don Duggan, den mothers; Mrs. Tom Rose, banquet chairman; John Neslage den chief, and all committeemen. Bob Doucette welcomed the parents and Tom Rose answered with the re- posponse. Oubmaster Watson reviewed in brief the Pack's prog- gress for this year which showed 43 regiateied boys in the 1* a c k. Achievements that had been awarded included 19 wolf badges, 2 bear badges and 2 lion badges; also 20 gold arrow points and 43 silver arrow points. During last night's presentation of awards Bob Doucette received the wolf badge; Frank Parriah received a gold arrow point under the lion, John Hasse and Dale Crider each received 2 silver ar- vow points under the wolf; and Bill Du$gan received one silver arrow point under the wolf. Larry Turcotte and Don Crider were given their membership cards. Table decorations for the banquet were made by the scouts and included place mats, place cards. Mardi Gias maaks and decorated float* made on their derby racing cars aeived as centerpiece*, "•'he invocation **as given by Rev. M. B. Smith and Wendell Watson Jr. closed th« meeting with a A panel discussion on "Teaching,vide the plant with truck deliver- the Concept of Inflation in the So- lea. cial Studies" will present six members of the division. Coffee will present and define the c o n- cept, while Dr. Lowell Harrison, no. Citizens of Monaco are forbidden j to gamblei in the Monte Carlo casi-1 Overworked? Overweight? // the description (id you (and it probably does!), it's time to find out how the Slauffer Executive Fitness Program can help you ease away the normal muscular and nervous tensions that a person builds up during a hectic business day...can help you get rid of unsightly ami unhealthy liabbiness. 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