Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 11, 1947 · Page 5
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THE KE3CT Di!«r— oUR BOARDING MOUSE.. .. with... MAJOR HOOPLE CARNIVAL GOT AM MORfc PALS PEEVISVA PORCUPINE: / .*«, HE FORGOT ONC». SPIT ONi 1U % SIDEWALK: ANT ' FINED HIMSELF/-- (AE'S A C: ona -fi-i (Si-ac. vf* D&E RENCMY A FELtQvM- MEMBER OP TH& AMD CYCLE KMOV4 AMY BOSCM. SPORT- b- BY DICK TURNER McLean News Zora cKnnody and son. Vetnon. Luther, n.rc visiting in the home of Mrs. Kennedy's parents, Mr! and Mi's. Luther Petty. Mr. and Mrs. Alvis, Wood and baby of Afriarillo spent the weekend with Mrs. Wood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. -Elton Johnston. 1 w. ^____ Fred Cotton of Amarillo was a business visitor here Saturday. •A. daughter, Donna Joyce, was . bdm ,'to Mr. and Mrs. Oranville BoycTjime 4 at the Shamrock Clinic aiip ^Hospital. • Mr. and Mrs. Don McAtee of AmRrillo visited Mrs. McAtee's mother, Mrs. Eila Crabtrec, Friday and Saturday. '•Mrs. Wayne DeVore accompanied her daughter Patty to Gage, Okla. Mr."and Mrs. A. A. Williamson and daughter of Wheeler .were recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Callahan. - Mr. and Mrs. R.. S. Jordan made .a business 'trip to AmariDo the first of the week. 5jU;Mounce is spending the sum- .ji months with his parents, Mr. 'arid Mrs. Hal Mourice, He -was a styderit at Baylor University in Waco. ';••'• Mr. and Mr.s. Jos Cook announced '-.Hie 'birth of a daughter, Beverly < jjiic, • on May as. Baby weighed 7 poimds 1 1-2 ounces. .;•'!Jess. Dickcnson and family of •Trinidad, Colo., wore recent visitors In the homes of his brothers, ,43jck 'and J»^I*. Dickenson. ':>lDr. and Mrs. J. H. Krltzler and . ..c&n,have returned.from Raton, N. ;.M., where Dr. Kritzler attended the 'qsteopathic physicians, and Sur- geons Association Convention. Mildred Carpenter, who recently graduated from Rotan High School, is spending the summer with her parents. Charles Sage of Wichita Falls was a recent guest in the R. O. Thompson home. ' Wayne Back is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Back. He is a student of the University of Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ashby and daughter, Nora, have returned to Compton, Calif., after visiting friends here.'" Mrs. Herman Robertson a n d 'daughters of Lcfors, were McLean visitors Saturday. Jerry - Ouyton Is visiting his grandparents, the W. W. Guyton's, at Boyd, Okla. Mrs. M. O. Pate of Perrln and neice, Mrs. Claude Simpson and son, recently visited the former's sister, Mrs. Buelah Julian. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hindnum •are the parents of a daughter born May 29 at the Worlcy Hospital in Pnmpa. The daughter, Linda, weighed seven pounds. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Rice have returned from Fort Worth where they attended the funeral services of Mrs. Rice's brother-in-law, J. B. Tanner. Mrs. Gordon Eillingslea has returned from Shamrock where she underwent an operation. Mrs. W. T, Eldridge and grandchildren and Mrs. Woodic Wilkcr- son have returned from a visit with relatives to Fort Worth. HAROLD WRIGHT insurance Agency "Right Service" VV. Kosler Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Corcoran transacted btiKinc.s. 1 ; In Amarillo Friday. Mr. and Mrs, GROI-RO Angoloupol- os have moved to Chicopnc Falls, Mass., to make their home, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Curry and baby have returned from a recent business trip to Oklahoma City. Mrs. Eavl Graham, underwent an FINEST REPAIR SERVICE Refrigeration • Domestic or Commercial Radios * Any Make General Appliance Service * P. A. System CALL FLOYD DALTON 1644 MAYTAG 1'ampa > .\v. • . - *_ ^•••^ *•/ . <•*••••':-•>. COPR. 19*1 BY HE* SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. .... &-"' Pampa News, Wednesday, Jun« 11, 1947 PAGE* ! "Okay, Pop, but you know what they say—this'll prob'ly liurt you worse'n it does me!" PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vermeer / spank you, it hurts me more than you don't think father likes to pun/sh boy, do you, Carlyle? Certainly! the\\~{ That's the operation Friday at the Veterans Hospital in Amarillo. Mrs. J. A. Sparks lias returned home from visiting with her children arid grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bidwell in Albuquerque, N. M., and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wood and children in Amarillo. Mrs.^Spencer Nordyke has returned to her home in Arizona after visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Morgan. Mrs. George Hale left Wednesday morning for her home in Millersport, Ohio, after visiting her • parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson. Grade Reports By GKACIK ALLEN Well, it's comforting to know that, with the world as it is today, the British House Of Commons can still find time to debate whether to have its restaurant m e n u printed in French or English. Personally I prefer my menu in English because my food seems to agree ' with mp better when. I it. can pronounce Of course, Grade French has its points, but they're mostly on the side of the restaurant. You can disguise a dish*'with so many glamorous syllables that the customer hardly realizes that he's eating hash. And the word "cuisne" can cover a lot of cases of indigestion. My sister Hazel once had an experience with a French menu that left her somewhat shaken. She didn't want to adnn't she, couldn't read the language, so she pointed to an item on the card and said, "bring me that.". They brought her vhs girl who c'aecked the hats! Cat Born With Multiple Noses, Mouths and Eyes MARUN—(/I 1 )— A white peraian oat belonging to Bobby Hicks, 10, ,of Martin, yesterday gave birth , to three kittens, one of which has two noses, 'three mouths and four eyes. It is still alive and nursing normally. The other two kittens were white, and normal. Young Hicks is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Hicks. BY SHRAPNEL white dial of ?.ig Ren, famous clock of the Houses pf Parliament, in Jjondqn, contains many holes made by shrfepnel during air raids lrj World War I. is to Legal Records Marriage Licenses The following- couples were granted marriage licenses yesterday in the office-; 'of County Clerk Charlie Thut: Joe D. LeffiYiBwell and Esther Elouisc Wyatt. George D. Ranek and Mrs. Be- ncta Peck. Really Transfers M. E. Mahun and wife, Lcnnie f/ Muhan, to Ir.fi B. Caribou and Wife, Maybelle Carlton; All of Lots numbered 7 and 8 situated in Block 11 of tho Finley-Banks addition of the city oi Pampa. James G. Stronp and wife, Frances Arlrnc Stitmp, to Loyso E. Caldv.Tll: All of Lot. number 9 situated in Black 1 of trie Central addition of (he city of Pampa. Burglars Use Righl System to Rob Church WACO —(/P)— Burglars robbed the Seventh and James Baptist Church here oi $880— but no one thought much : of it at the time. Neighbors said they heard the burglars inside the church Sunday night. In fact, 'they reported, the intruders made so much noise nearby residents were aroused from their sleep. No report was sent in to the police because, the neighbors said, they thought,; the burglars were staff members of the church. Educational '. director of the church. P, D.. Browne said the loot included Sunday morning's collection plus the Sunday School collection and some money that came in during the week. Read The Pampa News Want Ads Cadillac Ambulance Service Phone 400 Duenkel-Carmichael MAGNETO R EPA J RIN G All \V9ik Guaranteed RADCLIFF BROS, ELECTRICAL CO, REAL ESTATE LOANS Fvi Building, tUl>ulrtn» ' Kc/iuauoiug KHA OouveiiUuM^l Low Kutefr -Long Trriu». Security I'edtial Suviii^e, ttiid t.Ooiii Aasociiition - , $ V ' j !l $$ • ^ < ?< ;., ,,-,- .' '• •'"' Mj .ffc *};?/*•, ' < "'' ': •>?&*.%' r ]:, .' • r f,,,-" 'Aii^.j. „ ,5ta. 'k-^^fcrf^ki^,! V... -tClV. * A! > . 13 n' CA •• SUCCESS-GUARANTEED FATHER'S DAY GIFTS! 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