Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 15, 1947 · Page 20
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 20

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 15, 1947
Page 20
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Pampa New», Sunday, itttfte IS, Itf? News (Special)—Mr. and fcratt are the parents of „„,- trtrri June 10 at St. Anthony's Hft8t*Ifc« in AJnarillo. !Don Oaylor, 8. son of Mrs. Wftlt Brotm was one of the children iroifft this part of the country to win ftn award In the recent Quiz Kids contest on "The Best Teacher I 33VW Had." He wrtoe about Miss Thclrfta Ann Holman. \ Winh-ed York left Wednesday tvfenlng for St. Louis. Mo., where he Will attend Washington University • SPRINGS • 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. Go rage 828 W. Brown St. Fnmpa, Texas Frank DHtmcyer, Owner 32 Tears In Fampa as a senior •Jjre-tned student Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Cottiellfls antl son of Laredo are guests in the home of his mother, Mrs. Clara Cornelius. Mrs. Allen Black is visiting in Phoenix. Ariz., with her daughter Mrs. W. S. Johnson. On her return she will go to Springfield, Colo., where they will make their, home Mrs. Mack Hay of Dallas is- visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. C. C, Lawson and Mr. Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Lnndon Were recent visitors in Borecr with her sister, Mrs. J. L. Sands, Mr. Sands and Ruth. J. P. Smith spent Tuesday night and Wednesday at Camp Kl-O-Wah I near Canadian. On Wednesday Mrs. ' Smith. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. Z. Light and Nolan Sparks went to camp, where Nolan will remain until Sat- urclny. Miss Betty Armstrong has returned tn Dsnton where she attended North Texas State College. She spent a between semesters vacation with her father. Lynn Armstrong, and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Armstrong. Mrs. Melvin Ka^le was called to THIS SPRAYER (Worth $2.50) KILLS WEEDS-WILL NOT HARM GRASS The modern method of WEED CONTROL recommended by all leading authorities.• Most efficient weed killing • formula known. Does not injure grass or soil. Does not harm animal life. RADCLIFF SUPPLY CO. 113 E. Brown St. I'honc 1220 OTWfi, taws, fcifiiS fflHfess of tt& father, ft. V. Miss Lola Mac Sullivan is a tlcnt in AiharHlo Osteophathlc pllftl. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mcakor have returned from Mineral Wells Where they were railed by the illness and dcuth of an aunt, Mrs. K. L. Buck. Mrs. T. W. Taylor and Mona Lou hsive been visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L, G. Taylor, Mr., and Mrs. Victor Sharp and Zane Taylor in Dnlhart. Mrs. Sharp, L. G. rncl Zane are children of Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. Marie Hoylman has returned to her home In Wheeling, West Vn., after visiting hrr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellis and sisters, Mrs. E. B. Porterfleld, Mrs. Charle.! Lemons and Mrs. Vaughn Biggs, jjriorc returning home she also visit- cc! her brother, Ralph Ellis of Sun City, Kris. Mijj.s Elma Lee Bender has returned from the Business and Professional Women's meeting in San Antonio. Together with other women from tho region she went by wny of chartered bus. Mrs. Opal Cheek and Miss Nina Carhart were among those from Panhandle attending the golden wedding anniversary observance of Judge and Mrs. W. R. Swing i:i Tampa last Sunday. Austin (Tex) Cotter has been appointed a deputy sheriff to succeed Belmont Slagle. who has resigned lo give attention to his farming Interests. Mr. Cotter will work the night shift replacing Deputy Sheriff Mendel Eagle who has been given the defy shift. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hackworlh of Garland, arrived Friday for a visit with Mrs. Hackworth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Claycomb and other relatives. Mrs. Charles Franklin is visiting in Wichita, Ks. with her sister, Mrs. Tom Henry and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Welsh of' Marianna Fla., have been recent guests of his broiher. M. B. Welsh oncl sister, Mrs. W. B. Ingham. Other visitors have been Mr. and Mrs. H. W, Knupp of Roswell, N. M. Mrs. H. D. Smith is visiting her brothre, Marvin Calliham and family and sister, Mrs. Clyde W, Herndon. Mrs. Smith, the former Thel- nin Calliham, now lives In Greenville, S. C. Mrs. Maynard Houser of Amarillo has been visiting her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Callihnm and son of College Station arc visiting relatives in Conway, Groom, Amarillo nnd Panhandle. Melvin will work in Conway this summer and return to A & M where he is a veterinary student this fall. They also visited recently with Mrs. Cal- 11 hem's parents, Mr. and Mrs. II, E. Brooks of Gilbert, Ariz, Superintendent-elect Cecil George of Pampa attended the meeting this week of the school board of the Panhandle Independent School District, Patsy Mills of Plainview has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. L. N. Tay-' lor and family. ENCHANTING LINES for / -,_ ».'^t „. - .^. Evacheirm is a fine acetate crepe that falls in soft, liquid folds so" suited to pretty Summer dresses. ^ It's a nice fabric to work with and we have H in a delightful assortment of flower prints, posed on backgrounds of becoming pastel tones. B«aus» 'it launders easily you'll like it also for nightgowns, negligees and btoyftntDd. Fabric Department (Downstairs Store) EVACHARN $119 Yard mi Lki fci ' ^r I • ^1 %••» LEVINE'S MID-MONTH Per Yard BUTCHER LINEN 36" wide in beautiful new color* of melon, pink, yacht blue, and white. A perfect fabric for summer sewing. (Downstairs Store) & A A R N CD ° DOUBLE Gauze DIAPERS Size 20x40. These diapers are wonderfully absorbent and economical. (Downstairs Store) Sale of Dresses Without An Equal A lucky purchase enables ua'^o bring this outstanding dress event to you. Included ift this group are a large number of sizes up to 50. Beautiful prints on solid background and colors of brown, grey, green, navy and blue. These dresses ore former values to $10,98 On Sale Monday Morning Take advantage of this bargain. Shop early Monday morning and save! Doz. WOMEN'S KNIT SLIPS One small group—Tea rose color only. Sizes 32 and 34. lace trim and tailored styles—regular value 2.29. Levine's low Monday Special— Just Unpacked n New Creation in Women's While Novelty Shoes Not exact Illustration Wedge heel, genuine leather uppers. A" truly wonderful shoe value— 398 A Wonderful Monday Morning HOSIERY VALUE Slightly irregu- 'lar Gotham Gold stripe. NYLON HOSE In both adjustable and regular tops; several different shades to choose O O C from. y \f ^P These are regular $1.65 values. Save money Monday morning One Large Group WOMEN'S PANTIES in both brief and flare leg style. Tea rose color only. All sizes. Elastic waist—These panties are former values to 98c pair.j) Levine's low Monday^, Special— One Large Group Extra Size RAYON PANTIES Sizes X-XX and XXX. Tea rose only. Elastic waist b.and— A regular $1.00 value. Levine's Low Monday Closeout Group of Ladies' WHITE MOCCASINS One closeout group of ladies' white moccasins. These are former values to $3.98 pr. All sizes and widths in this Cf|99 number. Levine's Monday T Special— Pair Men's Cotton Undershirts Regular values of 49c each Levine's Monday Special 3 for Men's Fancy & White Dress Shirts '3 Sizes 14 to 17. Many different patterns to choose from, in solid colors and in stripes. Each shirt is sanforized shrunk for permanent fit, and full cut. Each is a former value to at least 2.98. Levine's Low Monday Special 2 lor LEVINE'S MAKE VALUE NEWS FOR BOYS Boys' Long Sleeve SLACK SUITS Colors of Blue and brown combinations. Sizes 8 lo 16. These slack suits are regular values of 6.98. Levine's Low Monday Price $3.98 (Downstairs Store) Special Value Boys' Bathing Trunks Reg. 2.49 One group Solid colors, Fancy patterns $1.29 These trunks have a Zelan finish and are sanforized shrunk for permanent fit. (Domvstairs Store) £4 Aft iJ>|UU New Shipment Men's Dress Straws In a very wide assortment of patterns to choose., from;., wide and narrow brims; white and other colors. 51.00 Prices on these hats, include values to; $3.98. _______ Large Group Boys' . Sport Shirts in solid brown and blue only. All sizes. These are regular values of $1.49 to $1.98. Monday Levine's Low Price (Downstairs Store) LEVINE'S Your Work Clothing Headquarters Sanforized Shrunk Chambray Shirts ,7 98e Andther Group Children's DRESSES Sizes 1-6X— in solid color prints, bright florals, and stripes- Regular values in this group in* elude dresses up to 2.98. Levine's Monday Special (Downstairs Store) D wight Anchor Sheets \ Beautiful—Sue 90x108 A regular value of $3.98. Levine's Monday Special (Downstairs Store) GIRLS' Tricot Knit Rayon Panties Fine white 2-bar, elastic all round in waist and in legs, Type 140 Pequot 1 Pillow Cases pEQUQr SHEt'lb Sizes 2, 4 and 6 (Downstairs Store) Size 42x36—regular 6Sc each— Levine's Monday Special 2 Wf .);.' >. (Downstairs Stprc) si oo One Large Group of KHAKI SHIRTS Flap pockets and full cut for roomy comfortable fit. Regular-values of 4*4 Ofl $1.98. Levine's . 9149 Monday Special . .* . A very large assortment of Men's Khaki and Blue WORK PANTS In genuine Army twill and scnforized khaki; all sizes— 28 through 44 waist. Former values in this group up to $ 3 * 98 Levine's Monday Special .... A special Monday value in men's high grade • COVERALLS White, blue and khaki colors, Regular $4.98 (OQO values. »P«WO To close out w Special Value Men's Work Sox Regular value ta 25c pair. Levine's Law

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