Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 1, 1947 · Page 11
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 11

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 1, 1947
Page 11
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irn br. S. ft. R. Share, president of . fj ft l&ttt» series has 6fr Mf. fttid Sirs. Wtfteoit ai MfcMuiry, T&as Weste$£», Tfefcas T&eh' and oth& colleges. Want Ads || IS YOUR DOCTOR? 9 £frti*pt you are one of thote fortunate individuals who |»M nevef been ill. If «o» you h|yc given the matter of thedtatt cir« ^i-,».>.' / t'A', t,-;,.t,- •,;,„ «. ; -a *',-?.**»«*. ^'. little thought. Here's hofcint th«t ifef« never overtakes you ot „ ™^ "'*?••• . i^r-^f • . ,.~ i\"\ • •"™ » *' W I*""T *v"*r ily/ftotif it does, you should be prepared. What . his^pte*cript{oh«? fistabliih your family physi- ?»f9-qojr. tyanyfy fttf.otto^ to mi^or iU^enfM on«n prevents long,'serbus illnesses, When you ftfld it h^^ty; to, 06A|ul| him,Depend on u| to ' " RICHARD DJRUG 107 W. KingamUl Phone 1240 a and Her ;Mt$. (t TJ. roster an* Missis Ursula Jones and 1 Wlllsie Blakhey left Friday f6f •'Oklahbtoa, 'tlty -vWiei-e- thfey will attend -th'fc 'national two- d/y ¥ ctirtventlori bt fipsilon gigrnl Alpha sorofltj*.- •••-••••. Yolif Haili fljajr drudgery will flls- aprjeat at tfte Sno- White; the latin- dry with- everything; BOI sitfan. Ph 2580.* ••••--: ..... "'Mr*. JT. 'Mr. Turner left Saturday foif : .Ltibbock -tfhere sh6 wfll visit over the weekend. Ord?f,ti tailored suit from our wide' '^lec'tlon of latest styles and fBiBHcs. Wfe do alterations; refining and repair work. Paul Hawthorne Tailoring ?hof>. Phone 920.*' '" ' 'Mlsse* Bpniile Nell McBee, Helen Jerry Carruth, and Joella Sheltofi hiive returned ffoin at ponton.. Clegg instant ambulance. P. 2154.* Mrs. Harold Donham is a, patient in Wprl^'llosiJiC&'l;' ''••'" " 8 h Vest We liavc both 20 and 30_ on gas water heaters. Modern /Vppllaripes:* Miss Molita Kennedy has returned home from Phillips University at ~'nia,' dkraripma. '"".' Hand ' Calibred suits. Plenty of woolens. Harry Schwartz. Ph. 1994'. William G. Waggoner, son of Mr. .ifl'^tri' M. ?•,'"Waggoner,' 1344 tihrtstihS, has teturnfefi home aftei graduating from Oklahdma Military Academy Jnnior CJpIte'ge. Mr. and Mrs. ^Taggoiief 'attended tile, grad- ii'aUoa"e'3cer'cises ati'Clai'emore.' '"' Get fishing supplies ! at K. & B Service,'Station', 322 N.' Cuyler.* • IVaey Caryl s'tu'dtnt at TCU. Fort W6rth',-' His' -returned' h'dme. Frank Barker., Miami, left Thur» daj-.-'fdr Phah' Wli^e t '' l he will visit his sister, 1 Mrs.' R. '.t: Curl. • ' Public ' Stenographer. Abott Buildthg. Room 4, Ph. 630. P. Crum.* '. \VMV. Hankhousc and John Barrow, Clovis, N. M., arc spending the weekend in the homo of Mr. and Mrs. R: A'. HahkrwUsfi. 'Billie Beth Hankhouse, daughter Of W. B., w)io has been spchcith,g the bast: week •*< HIGHLIGHTS n , Close-out IURE SILK HOSIERY , pri,c$d at 2 95 . 9 and 10 or\\y . Hqn,d Decorated Special Group PRIHCETON CHINA Reduced 1-3 AJ,sp. fl ^\v lamps included . , , in thjslgroup. Close-out Group '>:>< 1-7* ^Arfstocrat" cloths, sizes, 52x52 er \y, P/i,ce4 Pt ?-75.' Qur 59c Quality COTTON to 2.25 One Lot GMSTAJNS l|olf Price! Pjice! Chintz and Chenille spreads are included af ttii.s close-qut pi;i.ce 79c Quality PRINTED RAYONS 3 yards 1.00 Entire Stocks REMNANTS Reduced 2-31 ' 5,95 PRICILLA TIE-BACKS 3.95 pr. ' . Dotted CURTAINS ' ] ~ ' 2 yards '1 -00. ' ^ *l T Hf * !i { ^ colprs only . . . rose, green " ' d ' j- and blues. :, , • . - s' Regular 4-59 and 4.95 barred dimity and dotted marquisette : ;• curtains. . IN READY-TO-WEAR IHPT. Special Group 5,00 to 9.95 in this special - • ^'' vacation Close-put Grpup SPRING PRESSES Va.lues tq 19,9,5 ... Don't miss s special g'roup of ' : dresses. Special Group , SPRING PRESSES * 10,00 Failles, crepes, qrvi/ wes^s ar? qvailable in thij : 5pe!?iQ,t arc -' - tfi 2^.95i-; Two t9 Store / •> •> ^-. — *;;, * fe, here, will teturn home with her Electric and Tclechfome Clocks at Modern Appliance.* &«6*#e Wiftc WH )tf4v6 Tuesday fof CHicago afteT a six months' visit with his daughter, Mrs. W. L. H«feew, and Mr. fiteske^. ' For Sale — Prewar stove, 3 burners and oven, gasoline or butane. A bargain. Phone 848.* Ittrfe. Ross Cornelius, Rober'i and Lynn have returned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Butler, former Pampans, at Clarksville. Mrs. Margaret Dial anrt daughter, Patsy, who accompanied them to Clarksville, remained for a longer visit. They will go from there to Talfarus Where -they will visit Mr and Mrs. Bob Collins. They will be accom- p'anied by -Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Schwind who are visiting there now. See the Master Belt Frozen Food Boxes at prices you can afford. Brown Street Industrial Repair Shop, 527 W. Browiv* Mrs. Margarc'i Barnett and son, Junior, have returned from Phillips University, Enid. Okln. For Sale— One E Flat Alto Saxophone; one 120 bass Bonier Accordion. 1316 Garland." Mrs. R. .1. Poison, Guymon, Okla., is a patient In Worlcy Hospital WhefC she underwent an operation Saturday morning-. Mr. Poison iS staying With his sister, Mrs. T. C. fchainbliss, 21 Zimmcr. 4f»rence Quails Studio, 514 N. Yeager will be closed from June 1st to July 1st. Watch for important announcement soon.* Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Ganl/, Knit!, Oklrt.,, have returned home after visiting their parents, Mr. aiiU^js. J.'H. Jones, 621 N. Yeager. ~^P •fast received new 1947 model bicycles, 20-inch and 24-inch, styles for boys and girls at Roy and Bob Bike Shop. 414 W. Browning.'* Mrs. /. H. Mundy will leave Monday morning; for McMurry College, Abilene, where she 'will accompany Djuina Sue Sackelt. Joyce Hnrrah, Jean Ward, and Glenda Hop.gsett. They will attend the. Methodist Young People's Assembly there next \veek and vctura home Saturday. G- I.'s Attention — Pampa Business College is approved.' both day and night school, under the G. I. Bill of' 1 Rights. Visit school, 408 E. Kingsmill." Misses Betty Jean Boswcll and Danna Sue Sackett attended the young people's session of the. North•west Texas Methodist conference in Amarillo yesterday. They were joined by Betty Jean's parents, Mr. nnci Mrs. C. E. Boswell, for the regular evening session. Summer clothings soils easily. Let us keep them fresh 'by frequent cleaning at Pampa Dry Cleaners.* Have no worries about your dainty pastels nor your favorite sport togs. Send them to Master Cleaners for better service.* Rev.' Joe Campbell, Seymour, Intl., is in Pampa today and will -be guest .speaker at both 'morning and evening services at the Church of the Brethren. Screw tail puppies for sale. Sec them at 534 S. Ballard or phone 595-W. Clifford Parker, Miami, Freshman at Phillips University, Enid, Okla., has returned home for the summer. Jim, TeKe::, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Terrell', 513 "N. Ward, and student at Oklahoma A. and M., Stillwater, Okla., has returned home for tiie summer vacation. Mrs. Faye Allaway has taken management of Terrace Grill Cafe arid will 'appreciate your patronage. Special chicken dinners served. Home cooked meals. No cover charge in dining room.* Mr. and Mrs. tulher Pierson have returned from Denton and Dallas. Their daughter, Miss Sybil Pierson, and roommate, Miss Cecil Lipscomb of 'El Paso, students at TSCW, returned with them. At Dallas -they visited another, daughter^ Mrs. Martha Prather, who has been teaching- at Hockaday School sinpe January. Your laundry and dry cleaners for, quick and efficient service. Wet wash and thrifty service our specialty; Phone 675." Mrs. Paul Hughey of Borger vis- ite.d friends -here ypsterda.y. She and Mr. Hughe}' irtoved to Borger May 10 where they/ opened a motor repair shop. Mr. and Mrs. Ford Herring-, Stillwater, Okla., are visiting Mrs. Herring's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Terrell, between semesters at Okla,- homa'A. and M. where Mr. Herring is ft student. Jimniy McTaffg-eH, on leave from the Navy, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Calvin Ditmore. Miss Patsy Pierson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Pierson, will lelive next Thursday for Texas Tecli at Lubbock where she will enter summer school. . ' : Paula Ilap Lowe, daughter of Mr. ,and Mrs. D. B. Lowe, Skellytown, underwent a tonsillectomy at Parepa Hospital Pridpy morning. She lias returned to her home and is doing nicely. , Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bailey left yesterday for Denton where they will attend the graduation exercises ?.t TS<3W on June 2. Their daughter, M,iss Beth Bailey, is a member of the graduating class a.nd will rp- ceive her bachelor of science degree in health, physical education and Friend massaging prepa* ration helps bring east; and comfort OTHER'S FRIEND, an exquisitely ' emollient, la useful in all .Wand, ipnei Vher,e ft, , « medium, la sklu lubrication . One cgudltlon In which women yew? have vs4 It l — ~ koep' tlift •tin" Soft and" piVisleV. 7fSus svoWtag VDWcessery dlspomlort duo to dryness —dtlvhtne—' **• " 1 ""—"— ' —" *- — "*-*"" fS K2**"."V-' a.«»i4a Friend recreation. She was a member of the Outing Club, the Panhandle Club, basketball.'acuity 'rMnage"r of ihe W. R. A*., secretary of the Professional Club, and finance and social chairman of Lotnar Hall. Miss Cecil Lipscomb, ftl Paso, is visiting Miss Sybil Piersori, 1121 Mary Ellen. They have been roommates at TSCW, Denton. since last September. Miss Lipscomb will leave Tuesday for Carlsbad, N. Mex., where she will visit another schoolmate. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Terrell, Stillwater, Okla., are visiting in the home of Mr. Terrell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. i-eirell before moving to Borger when; Mr. Terrell will bp f ports editor for the Borger News Herald. ' Relative of McLean Man Dies in Wreck . McLEAN. (Special )-—"Mr. and Mrs Hermann, "Glenn ami son. Mr. and Mfs. Dick Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Switzsr arid children, Mrs. Laura Byerly/ Mi*, and Mrs. Jim Pimpson and daughter, Janette. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simpson and son. Mrs. L. V. Graham and daughter Mary. Miss Eunice Stratton, J. W. Sullivan t and Dexler Glenn attended funeral services at Canyon week for the latter's niece, Mrs. Mozelle Glenn McDaniel, a former resi- cient, who was killed in a car wreck. OPEN 75AYSA1VEEK S I M M O N S Grocery & Market We have what you want — or will fcl It for you! 1213 Alcock Borger Iliway Panhandle Chapter of Engineers Plans Picnic The Panhandle' Chapter, Texas Society of Professional Engineers, will hold its closing meeting of the summer with a picnic Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock, at Lake Mc- Pafnpa News, Sunday, June 1, 19,47 \\ Tlie .committee in charge of the picnic has asked that members bring basket lunches for themselves and their guests. Boating, fishing and dancing will be available at the lake for members and their guests, it was stated- Read The Pampa News Want Ads Cadillac " Ambulance Service Phone 400 Duenkel-Carmichael , Tuesday and Wednesday Of Each Week, You Can Gel $*50 BEFORE *... For $ 5.00 j This Special Price Includes Shaping, Shampoo and Set 'Experienced Beauticians: Bonnie Crenshaw • Thelma Mayberry Hazell Lockhart SHOP OPENS AT 8 A. M. AND STAYS OPEN < FOR LATE APPOINTMENTS. PERSONALITY BEAUTY SHOP - '• r . '• '-'• t^. 109 W. Foster fotsic Owen, Owner Phonc 1172 AFTER ao oo horn A HAMMOCK SIESTA . . . ? Cool, casual, comfortable, sportshirts f.o'r his; leisure hours . . . lots and lots of summer shades . . short a,nd long sleeve styles- 1.90 to 5.95 w , U TEORtSS SHIRTS ' 4.50 A DAY AT THE POOL . . . ? Give him some of our'open, airy Basque or T-shirts, and a pair of svyim shorts-—and let him bask in the compliments. . Shirts 1.95 Swim Shorts 3.50 to 6.00 S, PAJAMAS . . . ? 4.50 to 7.50 FANCY NECKWEAR . 1,00 to 6.00 . ? VACATION LUG^AGI . • . ? • from 35.00 plus tax AN AFTiRNOON ON THE LINKS . . . ? '" Comfort-cul, beciutifuly tailored slacks might improve his game.. . . choose from gabardines, Bedford cords, wool and rayons and all rayons. 5.95 to 13.95 BELTS and BRACES . , . ? 1.00 to 3.50 Quality. Oepartment $tort

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