Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 1, 1947 · Page 17
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 17

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Cheryl visited Mrs. «thd tArfy, Tues- i?3i^i—;s feoWttfton, n pioneer ^ettt of woodward. County. BS.» fe ^ISftlnfe her niece, Mrs. w-jarWic^ Caldwell and family. Slip will toe herfe for several weeks and asks all of her old friends to come to See her. Mr. and Mi$. Gayle Gilkerson are the parents of a girl, born May 18, In Northwest Texas Hospital in Amafillo. MfS. O. York, son, Winfred, nnd granddaughter, Carol, visited in Groom on Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Glyhh D. Havrell and daughters. Mrs. M. L. Bender nnd children are Visiting in Ada, Okla., with her parents. They were accompanied to Oklahoma, by Mr. Bender, who returned home Sunday. Mrs. Bender expects to be away a month. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Johnson, Mesdames Glenn Downs, Getha Cramer, Elmer Padget, C. P. Hood, \V E Dart and Ralph Metcalf attended the School of Instruction of the Order of the Eastern Star held in Pampa last week. C. £. Deahl, who is a patient in St. Anthony's Hospital, Amarlllo is reported to be improving but still not allowed company. Notary lists are now being made Up by: Mrs. Fannie Williams, county clerk. jimmy Whitney, grandson of Mrs. S. G. Bobbit, who is a flatieut at Northwest Texas Hospital in Amarillo with a heart ailment is re- PAGE il f»amph News, ff OOt OUR WAY BY 3, ^WILLIAMS AMQTH6R MODERN! \ AftT-- SITTIMS / WITHOUT SEAT6.' I RT ported as improved. Chief Warrant Officer and Mrs. George Boyd and son, Douglas of Santa Ana, Calif., are visiting Mrs, Boyd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Nickel), his mother, Mrs. Hattie Boyd, Skellytwon, and sister, Mrs. Claude Ren fro. Claude. They will visit relatives in Luhbock before returning home. They wore accompanied to Panhandle' by Mr. Nickell, who had been visiting relatives in California for several weeks. Mrs. Nickell returned Sunday noon from Myrtle Beach, S. C. where she had been visiting another daughter, Mrs. Dewey Singleton and family. Betty Armstrong, student at North Texas State College, Denton, was among these honored with a get-acquainted'luncheon, when old members of the Gammadion Society, honorary scholastic organization, feted new members recently. A freshman majoring in music, Miss Armstrong is the daughter of Lynn Armstrong and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Armstrong. J. L. Graham, long time* resident of Panhandle, now living in Phoenix. Ariz., visited in Panhandle last week. HELP in an Emergency When the proper medication can relieve suffering and hasten improved health, you can rely on us to fill your doctor's prescription speedily. WILSON DRUG 300 S. Cuylor Phone 600 Third Grade Siudenis Al Shamrock Take Trip SHAMROCK, (Special)— Thirty- live young.iters made un interesting U-i); recently, when Mrs. Ed Cheni-Ur, third grade teacher In North Wiu-cl Sciiool took her students on :i train trip over tho Rock Island Railway to Texolu, Okla, A few • weeks ago the students Mai-ted A fund to make the trip by <..Vl>o.siti;\g the,:- pennies in the ".vchool bank" ivhich was operated by their teacher. When they hud .saved a sufficient amount, each child "wrote a chock" and cashed Jt, purchased his own ticket and presented it to the conductor after boarding the train. The children were taken on a tour through the Pullman coaches and to the dining- car. The group returned to Shamrock in a Caprock bti.s. Many of the youngsters nuulo their first.trip by ' <;r« ANTIC The lujad.s of U. S. presidents carved on Mount. Rushmore, in .south Dakota, are large enough 'to ueromodaU; u human figure 465 Ir-et in height. 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