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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 27, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                3 i Daily 1959 Oak Valley HD Club Holds Meei In Howell Home The Oak Valley Home Demon Btration Club met Thursday af ternoon at the home of John with Norman Chambers as presiding The Club Prayer was led by and John Remonte directed the members in singing A Merry My Bonnie and The Farmers Black Roll was called by Moreland and eighteen members and four visitors answered with What I Like to Do When I Have a Minute to After committee reports were Remonte reports on the recent Council meeting Jack Smith and Bennett had charge of the pro gram which features a demon stration of Pizza Variations and After the Loyd Cox led the group in two Do You Know Your and The Moon Is Cakes The four who later became were Hattie Carrie and Will Sands of and Nell Sheets of During the social the hostess served spiced tea and mince hushpuppies and piz The March 12th meeting of the club will be held at the home of BRIDE WANTS SfirOOTJNG SAN 27 A 16yearold bride went to couit Thursday in an effort to force the school dis trict to allow her to attend high Beverly Joan Coin charged in her Superior Court petition that after she married with her parents Larry Gene permission 18vearold she the school was dropped from rolls last College Hill Health Studio LESS 40c PEB VISIT WeightGaining Reducing BodyBuilding Figure Contouring Open 13 Per DIAL TR48925 2403 VARSITY DRIVE Crippled Children Activities Listed Gladys execu tive secretary of the Navarre Society for Crippled was In Waco Monday to place one patient in Cerebral Palsy Clinic for evaluation in Granlham was in Waco Tuesday to place one patient Herbert Hipps Clinic and one patient In Waco Brnce She was In Waco on Thursday to place two patients in Hipps Two Camp Fire Units Keep Busy At the conclusion of the an nual candy the Tawnnka Camp Fire girls had sold the highest number of boxes per and the ShlshCflkn group had sold the highest number of boxes per Both groups met at Taylors Studio on Feb ruary 24 to have their pictures Jane Claudia Brelth Gloria Margaret Serena Travis and Pen ny Hcrvey all suffered from spring fever on February s they put aside business to enjo an outing at the Magnolia Lake and dancing wore the Ho cookies and cold drinks were served by Brelth and D Jim Breithaup and John David Travis were present for tho The Tawnnka group was In vited to a meeting of the Ne nnna group at home ol Gibson on Fohurary 11 A Breithaupt and Gibson assisted the groups making two kinds of candy Samples of the finished product along with cold drinks were ser ved by The remain der of tho candy was given to Twilight February 4 was a big day foi the Camp Fire Girls in Corsica They were chosen first place winners in the Club Varieties of 59 at a Kinsloe House The Tawanka Camp Fire group along with other Fire and Blue Bird participated in this ANNOUNCE ARRIAAL and Parker announce the birth of a daugh Jaretta at Memorial Hospital weight 6 12 The Parkers also have two and Grandparents are and Norman of Washing SunnyDay Charmer PRINTED PATTERN 4614 SIZES 1018 and and Mart Custom Planting Coastal Bermuda Field Fresh and State Inspected Grown with care and out into planting lengths before digging from Smith County Nursery sand by Paul Brush ALBERT TR 44026 Breeze into summer In thl pretty princess dress with curv ing bowHod Its beginnereasy to see diagram Choose crisp pique cool noiron Tomorrows pattern Misses Printed Pattern 4GM Misses Sizes Size 16 requires 5 yards 39Inch Send FIFTY CENTS In coin this acid 10 cenU for each pattern If you wish 1st class Send to Anne Ad care of Corsicana Pattern 243 Daily West 17th Su New York Y Print plainly with SIZE and STYLE Allison To Be Club Reviewer Howard Taubmans Die Life of Arturo Toscanini will he reviewed by Allison the March 5th meet ng of the Twentieth Century and Allen wi icrve es hostess at Kinslo Thursday afternoons meetinf vas highlighted with a f the life of Helen Traubel b with Mrs Conant as hostess at Kin loe Sun Want Ads Bring Results Three Music Scholarship Contests Open Three important scholarship SOCIAL REVUE Terry Moore and Michael Han na will be hosts to members of the Poco Junior Club Pre school through grade 4 at the studio of Jimmie Mans contests are with two oflficld Saturday at them being offered by the Na tional Federation of Music and one by the Eastman School of The Eastman School of Music through the z violin scholarship covering full tuition of a annually for three The scholar Contact Lenses Smaller than a Dime Glasses or Contact Lenses NOW you have a or you can have both Thousands of smart people are taking advantage of Lee Opticals low prices and completing their optical ward robe with both glasses and contact LEE See Look better always at the lowest possible Contact Lenses Why pay or even Now you can enjoy this amazing new development in eye care at an unheardof low be assured ol 1 Lenses Single Vision clear lenses to fit your present ground to your indi vidual including eye JUST 1 complete Glasses Including eye Single clear a large frame and a carrying as low as complete pay as little as weekly no Interest or carrying charge 114 rORTK BEATON STREET renewable successive ship is offered to junior and enior members of the federa tion of 16 years and The applicant must ba a high school senior who will enter Eastman in the fall of The will be selected through nationwide student au to be conducted in all states and districts between March 1st and The Edgar Stillman Kelley Scholarship a federa tion will be held at 10 March 14th in Dallas Pub lic Applications are to he made before March 1st to Odes 3314 Da Applications are to be filet also not later than March Is the Kosoiuszko Foundatio Chopin An awar of is available for th among pianists betwce If and regardless of nation race or who ar citizens or legal residents of th United First Methodist WSCS Meeting Slated Monday The Womans Society of Chrjs ian First Methodis will meet Monday at in business and worship One in Christ will hi he program Circle vill have charge of arrange Cheney will be In liarge of the program at for the Belle Jester guild The society will hear Miss Anr Ruth who has recently eturned from missionary serv ct in at a meeting Mon March in a 4 assom ly in Martin Hall after circle Circles VII and will be Collins FT A Easterama Set Tuesday Easter Decorations will b name for a study program ponsored by the Collins Junior High PTA for the Corsicana Council of ParentTeacher As Tuesday from 7 In the school cafetorlum The program will be staged n Easterama with a Tour fTables Range will be In harge of an Egg Tree displav nd explain how these beauti ful conversation pieces are Junior High girls will model heir Easter Jo eph Tate will Iserve as com Coffee will be Importing Bolshoi Ballet 27 UPI American imprcssarlo Sol Hu ok announced today he has ompleted arrangements with le Soviet government to le Bolshoi Ballet to the United He said the Bolshoi dancers open an eight week season the United States with a erformance of Prokofievs bal et Romeo and Juliet at the letropolltan Opera In New ork April The Bolshoi will put on other crformances during a three nd a half week stay in ork before proceeding to Los and cities to be announced Soviet Prlma Ballerina Gallna lanova will be among thosa iking o Methodist CaJce Three camping sessions will be available fll Camp Wanioa this the first one open Ing on June 3rd and the third one being concluded on July The Allegretto Club grades 5 through 81 will meet in program session at the sludio of Jimmie Mansfield Saturday at 3 with Jamie and Judy Parker and David Wilson as hostesses and The Bob Con ference Youth will he Hubert Joyner will bo devotional speaker for the Aduit Assembly of First Methodist Church School Sunday Miss Ruth Ann who has served as a missionary to will be the speaker at the meeting of all circles at the WSCS Monday at in First Methodists Martin Robert will be the hostesses for Quintilian Club on March 25th and John Gravcile will be the featured program The final Civic cert of the season Music con will be In First Methodist March 19th Church at cde Saturday for an Adult Workers Youth Training which will be a workshop type Edward Canwill be featured vocalist at the meet ng of the Christian Womens Fellowship at First Christian Church Monday afternoon in the parlors of the Among hose who have ac cepted an invitation to serve on the Advisory Council of the Uni versity of Dallas are Lynn and Holy Week Operetta which is sched uled for Tuesday evening at 8 oclock in Corsicana High School Nona Cheney will have charge of the program for the Belle Jester Guild meeting in First Methodist Educational Building Monday evening at James Blair will meet at Kinsloe House March at CHEERFUL CHERU1 is like A twelws doubt It ctnnot hold my own joy in only keeps joy NOTICE All club and social items for tho Dally Sun should be telephoned to Lynne A Wortham at and nil church and PTA news and data for the Calendai of Events should be telephoned to Bonnie Wright Blnford at TR4S383 or sent to het at 1918 West Collin Street with Clark as Balfour The Services Methodist Church March 23rd I through 27lh from to each wllh the Cor sicana Ministerial Alliance a sponsoring Tho Sam Hulsey discuss his year in Scotland at the March 5th meeting of the Tune n Fork and Jan and Caiol Johnston will provide musical The Nevin Federation of Junior Clubs will meet in pro gram session Kinsloe House March at Robert Wooddy will be the featured reviewer at the membership luncheon at Kins House Wednesday at DAR Meeting Set Wednesday James Blair Daugh of the American Revolution will be held at meet ln regular session at Kinsloe House Wednesday at with Rob inson the presiding Tho program will give em phasis to National Library with special attention to DAR Genealogical Library with Balfour Clark as speak Hostesses for the day will bo Jester Edward A Hubert Suttle Lynn Lynn William Jack Jeanne Sandra Jan Sloan and Five Surgeons Work On Cliburn NEW Pianist Van Cliburn underwent surgery on the middle finger of his right hand today for an abscess under the nail A spokesman for the young pianist said the to oermit drainage of the infec lon for which he has been under treatment for 12 was performed satisfactorily and ne is resting The spokesman said five orthopedic and plastic surgeons were In attendance during the and Lake and nembers of the clubhouse mem jershlp committee will serve as lostess Humor Enlivens Senate Debate Over Flower1 27 which wrestles with the world s complex came iaily nost iquarely to grips Thursday vith the question of an Ameri an national It was a colorful en ivened by a carnation In near y every senatorial buttonhole a deluge of purple prose to Gordon Aliott passed but the carnations aid his flower had stability and he a favorite of some is lovely but 2 Ignoring the faint oraise Sen cnneth Keating stalwart rose said he fact that five other nations the rose as their national lower would have the effect closer ties with our At that the corn tassel Upportera moved Bour Hickenlooper aid the rose crowd was mis ulded and carnations are toD often used at The corn said the corn ate senator is not only dec ratlve but has great Richard Neubetxer saw his Mora oses are grown in Oregon than ny other state and they do not ave to have price e told Hickenlooper with ill oncealed Republican Thruston of bourbonmaking Ken ucky added a sobering The womens Christian tem union and the anli aloon league will be knocking n your door saying Down Vith Corn Its a horrible ord to he told the corn IN THE SERVICE Private Sidney son of and Troy 1113 West Fourteenth completed the 25week field radio repair at the Army Signal Fort Lumpkin entered the Army ast May and completed basic training at Fort Lumpkin is a 1952 graduate of Kerens High Parents Reject Bus Memorial arents of the 26 children who lied in the nations worst school bus disaster have rejected a uggestion for a special memor al The children and their driver drowned last 28 when the us plunged into a fork of the Big Sandy At the request of School James ather of three of the tolled other parents and said hey rejected the Whats the use of opening Id wounds that are just begin ing to heal he MEMBERS STRAUSS MELODY CLUBS MEET AT TURNER STUDIO The Poetg Corner and Strauss Melody grades 2 to met February 25th at the ntudlo of the Veno Tur with 87 per cent of the membership In In the absence of the presl Wayne the meet ing was called to order by Jud ith After a brief business the following program was pre sented Tereslta Cobb Sandy Curry Pecos Bill Schaum Ralph Curry Ice Skaters Frolic Van Nort Gerry Moore The Little Bird Song Judith Rogers Pirates WaUon Ralph Curry Teresita Cobb Gerry Moore Hymn Selected Ralph Curry Dulcy Cobb Judith Rogers Reading The Lion and the Mouse Selected Susan Turner Roeei Are Red Cobb Judith Rogers Reading A Walk in Spring Stodard Susan Turner Routine Announcements Wayne Wendt wag selected to represent the Strauss Club at the March 7th meeting of the Nevin Federation of Junior and Judy Kent was se lected to represent the Poets Corner The annual Piano Guild Audi scheduled for TY3S revealing that Judrnl Rogers will present ten numberi In order to participate in ths National Division that Gerry Moore and Ralph Curry will play five numbers each as partici pants in the State anil Sandy Curry three numbers as required for the Local It was also announced that Judith Rogers and Wayne Wendt are preparing to enter the applied music examinations In April and and that Wayne Wendt will enter ths HymnPlaying Festival in When Merits were Gerry Moore had first Judith second and Ralph third Donna Kay Morehead was welcomed as a new member of the Strauss Melody Sandra Brown was welcomed as a A social hour concluded ths with Gerry Moore and Susan Turner as Ralph Curry and Donna Kay Morohead will serve as host and hostess for the 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