Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 1, 1947 · Page 15
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 15

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 1, 1947
Page 15
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, June t, f$4f H§ Mbrtday . - tomotrdw will sound dt thc June t(? ™ cf Court here. Schtffhted to be set for order and trmi &C2 17 non-jury rrtvil cases; fline fcivll jury cases and 27 appcar- ftnee cases. Otily six criminal ease's ere on the docket for the June term. They Involve two persons, one with five Indictments agalnsts him. On the active file at present are 144 divorce suits to be tried. Ex-Pompo Minister Will Retire Today Dr. W. M. Pearce, district superintendent of tho Methodist Church, Vernon, for the past six years, is scheduled to resign from the ministry today when the Northwest Tex- fls Conference holds its final sessions today. Dr. Pearce, former minister here at Pampa. was announced several months age ns the retiring minister to occupy a homn to foe built here lor that purpose bv the Methodists here. • SPRINGS O Bring your spring troubles to us. We make repairs and rebuild springs for all cars and trucks. If we don't have them we make them. Brown St. Garage 238 W. Brown St Pampa, Texas Frank DHtmeyer, Ownet 32 Tears In I'ampa Permanent Army Rank WASHINGTON—(/P)— Capt, Curtis N. Youngblood, 837 W. Francis St., and 1st tit. John B. Shaw, Jr., 415 Buckler, are two of the approximately 782 Texans who are officers of the National Guard, Reserve Corps, an Army recommended to the Senate by President Truman for confirmation of permanent commissions in the regular army. The following is a list of officers fro mthis area who are recommended for permanent rank. Tht grade given each officer in the list is his permanent grade iri- the regular army. His grade in the Army of the United States, National Guard or Officers Reserve Corps appears in parentheses: 1st Lt. (Capt.t Curtis N. Youngblood, Pampa. 1st Lt. (1st Lt.) John B. Shaw, Jr.. AC.. Pampa. 1st Lt. (Maj.) Edwin R. Bane, AC, Amarillo. 1st Lt. fMaj.) Orville W. Shelton, AC, Amarillo. Capt. (Lt. Colj Everett S. Simpson, JAG, Amarillo. , 1st Lt, (Capt.) James E. Carruth, Inf.. Amarillo. 1st Lt. (Maj.) David L. Roberts, AC. Amarillo. 1st Lt. fist Lt.) Joe O'Grady AC, Amarillo. 2nd Lt. (1st Lt.i Thomas R. Owens AC. Tulia. Capt. (Col.) John B. Egan PA ! Amarillo. 1st Lt. (1st Lt.i James H. Pry, AC. Tulia. 1st Lt. (Capt. i Jimmy M. H.imlll, AC. Amarillo. BULOVA I I LEDEB'S I | 112 N. Cuyler Phone 9CO J I / Clovis Plans for Mounted Patrol Show CLCVIS, N. M.—Final plans are bring made for the Mounted Patrol Redco which will be held here Juno G-7. A total of $450 in prizes is offered for winner in each of four classes of contests. They are calf roping, bvonc riding, bull dogging, and bull riding. Headquarters for the show, sponsored by the Mounted Patrol of Curry County, are at Hotel Clovis. Communicaitons are to be addressed to Eucl Smith, 1308 Axtell St., Clovis, it was announced. KILLER'S RECORD "Three Toes of Hardin County," a North Dakota killer wolf, was estimated to have destroyed $50,000 worth of livestock before its capture in 1925. MAKE IT OVER . , . from front to rear in our modern body shop. Paint jobs, seat covers, tailor made in new plastic materials. Metal work and paint. ' . . . windshield visors painted to match your car—awnings in many stylish colors. , . . also the new UNDERSEAL coat for maximum protection to chassis parrs and fenders. m LEWIS MOTORS j,* 1 Phone 1716 and Service Wflifter I* » Hrst prizfe of $100 in an essay contest sponsored hy the O. B. Anthony stores has been awarded to Mrs. Jess Garvin, McAlester. Okla., store officials announced this pact week. Second prize of $75 went to Louise Wilkinson, of Amarillo. There were no Pampa winners The third major prize, $50, went to a Salina, Kas.. resident. Walter J. Eitel. Consolation pnzes of $25 each to contestants in Texas. Kan- Oklahoma, and New Mexico. Vert* a*rf Bar pat, Im. Buy R, L. York Land ' MlbLAMD— (Aft— fork and Harper, Inc., of Midland and the Slcwm and Zook Company of Bradford. Pa., today purchased all of R. L. »RUck) York's oil producing properties in Ector and 'Gaines counties for a sum in excess of a million dollars. The transaction was announced OLD NICK'S METAL Nickel got its name from "kup- fernickle." a German term expressing the disgust of miners who, on searching for copper, (kupfer) and finding ore that seemed to contain it. but didn't, said it was the work of Old Nick. Later the demon metal cnme to be known a nickel. Roy Chisum Lester Reynolds MOTOR TUNE-UP General Auto Repair Service McWilliams Motor Co. 411 S. Cuyler Pbone 101 It involves in the Foster ftrtd Kferptr-fields of Entor County afid in tbe Wassor; field of Gatnes fcounty, The proper- tie$ contain. 97 producing wells. The new" owners will take chftrgg immediately. vim pet tj fcrtftjimcert-foe had all his undefelbticel proplirtJcs and trill continue in the oil buMnesTwith ftffices in Midland. : • fetad the Ihitfijia Wefts Waht Ads PAMPA TEXAS Phone 934 VAN SERVICE 626 S. Cuyler Expert Moving — Nation wide Service Ample Storage Space ftorger Phone 192 KSfr ¥00 CAM Stay in bed late ted ii >6ti dd you? wash with trtif Maytags. Here is tittfte< fine service w« offer ydtii StearVt Heored • Sdft V<a-f«i 0 3 Big Rinse Tubs • Bluing None of these at extra cost. Remember, we "Mack* at the HELPY-.SEIF LAUNDRY 116 N. HOBART END or W. POSTER $5,000 In Prizes Set For Cowboy Reunion STAMFORD—Cowboys and cowgirls attending the seventeenth an! mini Texas Cowboy Reunion at, i Stamford on .July 2. 3 and 4 will be ; gunning for slightly more than $5 ! 000 in prizes. The figure represents I a 10 percent increase over the 194G I prize list. Five special made saddles vdll be awarded, along with other attractive prizes. Thc American Quarter Horse Association will hold an official show in connection with the Texas Cowboy Reunion rodeo. It will be the .seventh consecutive showing here Twelve hundred invitations, entry blanks, rules and prize lists were mailed to breeders In Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Colorado who are registered with the Ameri- cnn_Quarler Horse Association. Panhandle Legion Post Names Officers PANHANDLE, (Special) — City Manager Nolan Sparks, World War II veteran was named commander of Kit Carson Post 441, American. Legion, last week. Other officers elected were: Vice- Commanders, Leslie Kries, Skellytown; M. O. Calliham, Conway Bernard Weaks, White Deer anil Jack Rainey, Panhandle: adjutant, Lloyd Sterling; finance officer, Masai Lemons; historian, Mrs. Ethel Holcomb; chaplain, LaVaughn Curtis; service officer, L. P. Cleek; athletic officer, Lewis Lemons; bugler, Cyril Pingleton; scrgeant-at-arms, Mervin BeiderweiJ; executive committee, R. A- Robinson,-Jack Griffith and Elmer Padget. Officers will be installed Thursday night, June 12, Elmer Padget is the retiring commander. 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