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December, 1962
Modern Dance Club Formed
WHITERIVER - Persons in
terested in learning creative
dancing will have an opportuni
ty each Monday evening at Al
chesay Hall where a course in
modern dancing is being con
ducted by Irma Kitcheyan and
Pat Bronson.
Mrs. Kitcheyan, who former
ly taught modern dancing in
college for two years, reported
the forming of a club open to
everyone interested in the art.
Modern dance is described as
What else gives so much
torso little?
You can shop, run errands, visit
with friends—do business just
by picking up the telephone re
ceiver. What is more, your tele
phone is on call for emergency
service 24 hours a day.
Weigh it for value and you’ll
find that nothing else is so high
in service —so low in cost —as
your telephone.
Western States
Telephone Co.
Box 760
Holbrook, Ariz.
Merry Christmas
FR °M
GOaQ Batto
We Proudly Represent , Market and Transport
the Products of the
White Mountah Apache Tribal Lumber Products
a form of dance which employs
a special technique in a concert
dance. According to Mrs.
Kitcheyan, the dance is the ex
pression of the way music
makes a person feel and tells a
story without words.
New members are taught
simple dance routines at first
that require no special training.
Moreover, the gals relate, it’s a
perfect way to get back into
shape.
TALL TEXAN TOPS
TALL TALES'
WHITERIVER - Morris Aber
nathy of Whiteriver is a tall
Texan who can tonsil-up a tall
tale with the best of them. To
prove his point, Abernathy out
talked his opponents to win top
honors in a recent Toastmas
ter’s humorous speech contest.
The contest followed a din
ner meeting in Globe of mem
bers of Area 3 Toastmasters
Clubs and their wives. Aber
nathy’s talk was titled ‘Prevari
cation or Exaggeration’ in
which he queried whether the
‘tall tales’ attributed to Texans
are based on fact or fiction.
Members of Toastmasters
Clubs from Whiteriver, Globe,
Kearny and other points gave
up and voted Abernathy the
winner when he came up with
‘true versions’ of tall tales that
turned out to be more amazing
than the original account.
No report was received on
the prize he won but fellow
Toastmasters all agreed that re
gardless of what it may have
been, the tall Texan would
probably exaggerate it.
The Fort Apache Scout
Each session lasts for an hour
and a half and those interested
in attending are asked to wear
gym clothes or leotards.
The club now has 16 mem
bers and officers elected at the
second meeting of the new
group were: President, Irma
Kitcheyan; Vice-President, Pat
Bronson; Secretary, Jol en e
Mills, and Treasurer, Karen
Sparks.
A recital and dance symposi
um is scheduled for next spring,
club members declared.
It's so much easier to si
reach instead of run -i
when the telephone rings. §
That’s why a bedroom |
telephone is so conve- I
nienr. The cost is so low j S
too. Call our business
office for full information »
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Western States
Telephone Co.
Box 760
Holbrook, Ariz
YULETIDE GREETINGS
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Whiteriver, Arizona
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Via
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BY AIR -
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