Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 3, 1947 · Page 2
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lrj W1LUA leaves From a Correspondent's Life Note Book By ttAL BOYLE KANSAS OTTY, MO.—UP> —. NO- Body can surprise you more than your own mother. Mine is crowding sixty, and I thought I knew her pretty well I've thought all my life she "secretly wanted sometime to revisit Ireland, the land of her birth. She came to this country as a young girl from County Mayo and Was seasick five days on the way over. She remembers it as one of the most terrible experiences of her life and it has cured her of any taste for salt water traveling. Bhe was the oldest of nine children—eight girte and a boy—and she had to help care for the others after her own mother died early. Poor Mom! She only jumped from the frying .pan into the fire IK wasn't long after she came to tl country that she was embarked o a family of five children of h own. Her sisters followed her to Atne lea and only the one brother w left to take over the old farm i Ireland. .When her children were youn Mom Used to love to tell us tales o County Mayo and her childhoo there. How the thing she had want ejt most desperately as a small gi •Was a china .egg like the one neighbor had to keep her hens lay HANDSOME! PRISCILLA'S POP ^ MK/ ever listen to such delightful music. Great! great! •Never -heard That's not fair;'Haze/1 You should have told before ydu It's mads up entirely of women question! his eighties. From all these stories we somehow ,'ot the idea that Mom still carried in her heart a hunger to see Ireland. <»ga)ii But when the boys recently talked over sending her back for Legal Records SHIHWIN-WILLIAMS She said it would do no good to 0 that everything would be chang- n«.H T childhood friends scat- ered or dead. And she had another cason - ' "I am really so happy in Amerca that I never want" to leave it " he said. And for the first time 1 my life-after knowing her all icse years— I learned what an ad- cnturer mother was. She hadn't ome timid y or hesitantly to Amera but vigorously and eagerly. ea clung for what she wanted-a mnce for a better life. "I wanted to come after I saw •he change in people who had gone , America and come back on a vis- she said. "There was more to - , ,, fet then that America be the land of opportunity. "My biggest regret is that in h° m J r ^T rica ' J would to have lived here fifty # 3a rs •• VARNISH ITS TOUGH... stubbornly , Jff' st . s ma'wng, scratching, •chipping! Laughs at hot anil • atcr! IT ' S BEAUTI-. •WTr BEAUTI-. Z J B , ne w lustre to floors, •woodwork, finest furniture! ,NOW ONLY PANHANDLE 420 W. Foster Phone 1000 following yesterdav bv °lerk charllS ThutfZe Ben Mrs. Billie Martin; David D and Eunice Harrell, boh of Kansas City, 'Mo. u Really Transfers „ , , rt ? seni ck and wife, Angeline snick ' to G - W. Marney™ of J""^? 6 ,? * 7 situat <*l ih Block 43 «' e Ta"ey addition of the city Pal "Pa. ' /'; L - L - Sto vail and wife, Inez; Sto". to T. H. Flood and Wife .|iVa JJood; All of Lots-numbered II w™ ^..both. situated in Block 4 of The Hillcrest Terrace Subdivision of t !» city « Pampa. auDalvlslon of the w - D ' 'Waters to C. G Carruth and wife, Vontell Oarruth- A?l 'of *-°te, numbered 3 and 4 both^ stt- H?^ in Block i of the BohulkeV Heights addition of the city of 'Pampa. c " y < ? r ' M-M- Rutherford and wife, Edith Butherf ord ' to L. W. Tarplev^hn 9 ? t *«rt of Lots numbered situated in Block -3 of 'the ° f the SLEEP AWAY BLEMISHES! Blackhoad, .la fge p oret .External Acni ALL RESPOND TO AMAZING NEW (Formula 701) NIGHT MASK works to correct s- s «J I \l rcsults overnight. wSkl W» Jn the morning to new bcalfty •Imn^ Pl T !< "? that Blows" 'wiOi „. .Divorce Suit Filed The divorce suit -of Louise Con- repsl » Edward L. Conher^s l t f rday in the offices™! Clerk Dee Patterson Civil Suit Piled The compensation suit -of L. ej e s 0 ^r o ^ edf yesterday in the District Clerk's 'o or ^O-Appilcation size .. $2 •plus tax) HOUSE CAF5 We have laid a complete new cement floor in our kitchen, new panel walls have been placed on all kitchen walls. We will have :the cleanest kitchen possible. Texas Today foul-th estate: alert 'Gainesville Reu d 1 y tocBl/poll-ce that" I , had from 'K^m in the •*** A »- rAt TV? ' , San Angelo' Stand- ed'^S.^f^^^^.^wing C^QSED JftS cle f ejnir-^*o does the Safe, Watetrfhis Space! stS'f lei , niaSC< J t for the Bast T ex scaii is - a cat named Deadline T paper, published • at Comhierce t'S tile East Texas State .Tfeaphers O ooking school. The spelts -edijor of the Bryan *M,# *W° ft ^W«*t.Biw«oMS § .^lilton IVIalpney, and alwav« takes Saturday p« ' > Wip '• up hk rmons: Then he .divers them at The San Angelo . 8ta,nderd"T.imes Miami News Dr. 0. fi. McKenzie of the'U S Army Medical Corps visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. McKenzie, recently before leaving for Biloxi. Miss., where he has been trans fi -red from the Veterans Administration Hospital at McKinney. Mrs. Dale Low and children recently visited her mother, Mrs. J W. Morrlsonxin Cilarendon. The Men's Service Club will meet Tuesday evening, June 3, wi1;h Judge L'eWis Goodrich, of Shamrock, as guest speaker. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Poglesong were out of town visitors on Memorial Day. WHEN i MisSi rr \\\ SHORE MyDSLJPMV IT ROPE- MAKES A LW^ O' WORK AM 1 SLOWS r- -vi£ ,-','ir^Ei'"?Jj3^;j -"4- " !-/v"*-f* ,2.,,6/V-^r ^ i^i, £ in ^, ViA^Ja,^ ^J. ""*- ~-PV-'J&*. ! B* OttACre AttEN 1 see that tig kllifaliors st , a Chicago r&Mafttie ttntil four faeii them oh French horns, which are SttptWSfea to sott&d like ari alligator's making call. Persyshaliy, I don't see Tfrhy We should encourage alligators to Be affectiotiate / be- Cause. that • bnly leads to more alligators. Then we • have ffiofe alligat- l«!£° fes f ftd , a S^at6r bags, which would only, le&d to more screams from George when t want to buy them. ' SMALLESt Lucia Za&t(!,Vf?e¥ is said to hav*)tfeeti person evfcrlBofli." Sfie" Inches in height, most lamoua , dWarf, mohes.-. • - -.'s?*: Mrs. Kdna Newman, Mrs. Lee Newman and daughter, Carmen, •vnd J. R. Newman and Miss Smith, all of Shamrock, visited in Miami Memorial Day. • sides over the University's governing body. The former secretary of state made thfcjainouncement at a luncheon givirtWjy-the local Alumni As- sociatioA orrjihe University of Virginia. Hte'-said the new school is planned as a training ground for the nation's future diplomats. CHAMPION OF KIND Pooh Lim, a Chinese steward on the torpedoed S. S. Benlomond, i believed to be the world's champion raft survivor of World War II He drifted along 133 dav^s In the Atlantic ocean before rescuers picked him up. Jones io Endow School D! Foreign Service CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.— (/P> — Jesse Jones, Texas capitalist and former secretary of commerce, has agreed to endow a new school of foreign service at the University of Virginia with $300,000, according to Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., who pro- FUR STORAGE- SAFE COLD 6 IS ^^ Anothef reason I'm anti^alligator We Are Now in Our NEW LOCATION WEST OF CITY HALL , Formerly Occupied by The Imperial Furniture Co. PHONE 1233 WestTof WAKTIMC TIK£S GENERAL'S BIG SAVINGS !•••. JA •B^BOM «_ .. ^ _:•._ J_ ;^-* ;*-« .:.PP^PPPP^P Not 1Q%. .... Mot 15% . . .8(/r ^' QUALITY Minimum amounts you save per lire ::; depending on condition of original treads or recaps STILL GREATER ALLOWANCES ON FULL SETS 6.00-15 3.80 tO 5;20 6.50-15 4.60 to 6.25 7.00-15 S'iO to i6;95 6.00-16 3.90 to 5 JO 6.50-16 4.70 to 6.40 7.00-16 5.20 to 7.15 7.50,16 7.90 to 10.85 1 .'- •• • • , . . • .• -•• . . - - . .- A Here's your chance tp ditch those rlfky wartime tires bw.^w th»y ditch yoy! Get rolling on new, rugged Top-Quality rubber . . . real non-skid protection for wet weather . . extra blowout protection for the hot days ahead. General or| fl lnated th* Tr«d»-ln SaU. It'i our way of winning liet cM»t0m*r.. Wi'lf go th^lt to 0 lv e ycM m aiiowanw you l refuse became ( WB know w« can count on th« long form that Top.Qupllty wini. C*rn* In and !•»'* talk It av»r. Our bo, 8 oin ,.rvi f ,ab|. Wf'rt 417S.Cuyler >. ,." -Si./. ; 4 -»," *•.* r r*. /^Tvv**'/^w^yi .'/il^ii'rfAjafc^MfflS^l.,AIV *

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