Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 19, 1947 · Page 12
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fct J, R, WILLIAMS H6'5 SAVINS. V" HIS BATTIWS eve, TOO--OR YOU'D NEVER HAVE CAUGHT HIM FOR THISJ HIS THROWING • — *"'^-~ ir <ei tfjt^-fljT ft,H" Panhandle News PANHANDLE — (Special >— Mrs. Hary Billis has returned to her home in Detroit. Mich., after a Unix? weeks visit with Irr parents. Mr and Mrs. J. K. Blake. Mrs. Lilly Gay is n medical patient in St Anthony's Hospital in For Sale 1941 Chevrolet Truck High Torque Motor Two Speed Rear Axle McWilliams Motor Co. Phone 1503 Shelby StU' Palcrson, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs, Thoinns Stone, iisio !;O:K' to ytnauck, Okln., to spend 'lie summer with her father. Jimmy Biggs is In North Plains Hospital. Bor.rer, recovering from injuries received v.hen u motorcycle overturned with him on Sunday. His injuries, while p:\inf\il. are not ccnMdrred serioiis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tubbs of Nojmp.n. OUla.. visited Mrs. Rose Haswell nntl Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Held on Sunday. Mrs. Tubbs is a liifcc of Mrs. Has\\ell and a cousin of Mrs. Held. \V. S. Tomlinson is confined to his home recovering from the effects oC a paralytic stroke suffered on Thursday. He is reported inv- provccl. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Pampa Lana Sue Francis of Amarillo is visiting her grandparents, Mr, and | Mrs. N. Taylor. Mrs. Mack Hay of Dallas returned to her home on Monday after week's visit wlih her slster-iii- Uuv, Mrs, C. C. Lawson and Mr. Lsuvson. Good flews For Folks Who Suffer From |/STOMACH GAS I/ SOUR FOOD TASTE * V' ACID INDIGESTION Do you feel bloated and miserable afte • every meal, taste sour, bitter food? 1! fo, here la how you mny get blessed re-' lleJ from this nervous distress. Bverytlme food enters the stomach a irltal gastric juice must flow normally to break-up certain food particles; else tha rood may ferment. Sour food, acid Indigestion and gas frequently cause a mor- utd, touchy, fretful, peevish, nervous condition, loss of appetite, underweight, restless sleep, weakness. To get real rellel ycra must Increase the flow of this vital gastric Juice. Medical authorities, In Independent laboratory te.st.-; on human stomach-, have by positive \'iraot shown that rrf.-j Tonic la Jmazinfiiy cffpc'.lve in incvcasinc this Bow when It U t-.j Httle or .^anty due to a non-organic stomach disturbance. This is due to tho SSS Tonic formula which contains special and potent RCtl- vating ingredients. Also, SSS Tonic helps build-ur> nc-> organlc, weak, watery blood iu »._trl- tlonal anemia—so with a good How of this gastric digestive juice, plus rich red- blood you should eat better, sleep better, feel better, work better, play bettor. • Avoid punishing yourself with overdoses of soda and ol-ier alkalizers to counteract gas and bloating when what you so dearly need Is SSS Tonic to help sou digest food for body strength and repair. Don't wait! Join the host of Imppy people 6SS Tonic has helped. MUUons of bottles sold. Get n. bottle of BSR Tonic from your drug u ; jre today. BSS Tonic helps Build Sturdy Health* Combines and crews from us far away as Alberta and Saskatchewan, Canada, have pulled, into Carson County this week to assist in the v. heat harvest, which is expected to get underway the last of the week. Mi.'t, EUiie Porter of Spearman, a teacher in Panhandle High achool was visiting friends in Panhandle Monday. Miss Carolyn Williams, soprano, assisted by Pat Ncwby of Amarillo, v.'ill present a recital on Monday evening in Amarillo. Both girls art- pupils of Mrs. Viola W. Wilson. Mrs. Glynn D. Han-ell of Groom and daughters, Louise, Glynda and Beverly, visited Mrs. Harrel's parents, Dr. and Mrs. O. York and sister, Mrs. C. P. Hood, Monday. NOTICE TO INSURANCE COMPANIES The City of Fampu hereby requests hicls for group Insurance to city employees covering hcjHpitallzaiion, acci- di-m, mid dtiiUi benefits on employees utitl their families. .Said bids must be filed with tho City .Mamiaor before 10:111) A. .M., July S, V.H7, toRulhur with a 1'orm of. contract and complete premium rate, flio-.viiiH 1 annunl. quarterly and monthly rate, charged therefor. Mure details as to plan may V.f ob- tainrd friim th<: City Manatsur. The city reserves the. rlfe'ht to re- jeei any and all bids submillerl. S. MATTI-IKAVS, City TO ALL BANKS AND BANKING INSTITUTIONS IN THE CITY OF I'A.MPA, (ili.-\L COUNTY, TKXAS: YI.I: (ii'e IiL-)x-l»y nol-ifit-d Uiat the Ci\y of Pumiui, Tt'Kiis. \vili ucof'|>t hi<ls f,,r C'ity Depository up until Ten ilO:rt(i> o'clock A. JT. July Mil, ID-IT, Said Itiils arc to lj(; addressed to the (.lily jMtniiiKur of the City of l'um]>ii. Texas, and endorsed, oil tho outside of I In. envelope "Bid for City Deposi- S. MATTHKWri, City Muuuuer. if;- Helena Rubinstein Unforgettable perfume with a deep, hidden, intense fire. Helena Rubinstein's ruost exciting fragrance. It's everything a woman wants her perfume to be. To a man, it means the one woman. WHITE Fi-AME PERFUME, 18.50, 9.50. Purse sue 2,50 WHITE FLAME EAU DE TOILETTE, 7.50 ^ WHITE FLAME J'EBFUAJE COMPACT, 2.50 flm f tdml T4i Y'S PHARMACY Phone 1UO • In HollywooS By ERSKiNlE JOHNSON NBA Staff Corresponaent (Johnson on KPDN Monday thrn Friday. 2 p.m.) HOLLYWOOD—"I don't mind going out with Hollywood glamor pirls socially, but T'vo never met one yet I'd consider marrying." Turhan Boy speaking, girls. Yes. the same Turhan Bey who has had romantic interludes with Lana Turner. Yvonne DeCarlo. and quite a few other movie queens. "Just beautiful friendships, nothing more." he told me on the set of the Eagle-Lion movie. "Out of the Blue." Then he cracked out with some opinions that will probably have him diving off the "Santa Monica pier, with the glamor dolls in hot pursuit. "lou just can't tell whether a Hollywood actress means what she's saying'. After all. actresses pet paid for parading- their emotions. After a while they become accustomed to emoting: all the time and probably can't help themselves." Li!:e. he said, the first time he fell in love with o Hollywood star. She was beautiful in a slinky black evening gown." Turhan said. "The night was balmy and the stars were twinkling overhead. I told her that I loved her. and she ti'rnecl toward me and said. 'I love you. too. darling.' OM> SCRIPT TALK "Then she started talking about love and emotion.';. Hor choice of words was beautiful and I listened, entranced. All of n sudden it hit me. I'd heard those words before— In her last picture, complete frith s. > Everi thin 1 Wouldn't ha^e hiind- ed so much," Turhah said, "but she upstaged me." Turhan looked gloomy. "But you know what will probably happen. I'll meet a giri, an actress, a truly great actress. She'll convince me that all she wants out of life is to be happily married. So I'll propose and she'll accept. And as I turn to kiss her after the marriage ceremony. I'll find that she upstaged me so that the audience can only see the back of my neck." Humprrey Bogart's former wile. Mayo Methot, will try matrimony again, it's reported, with a wealthy gent from Portland. Ore. Bogie is probably much relieved. Until recently. Mayo was going places with a fellow who moored his yacht near Bogart's at Newport Beach. Mayo and Lauren Bacall .would sit on oeck and glare at each other. NO FOOT APPEAL Don Ameche had to walk down a long flight of stairs in pajamas, bathrobe, and bare feet for a scene in "Sleep, My Love." After one rehearsal. Director Douglas Sirlc or- dered £>oft t6 put gfi socfe Sflflpm Sftid tfie aitfetdf. 'I'.ffi sdtty, Don, but jdtj* Baft ffest Jtist don't have sex appeal." No* thai her romance with Mike ToAA has cracked np. Joan Blonde)! will take her two children to England. Says .loan: "For a bicycle vacation." . . .No truth to those separation rumors for the Bay Mlllands. Mr*,, M. goes to England to join Ray this' month with 7-yeaf-old Danny tagging along. Reason "Nightmare Alley" is keeping its terrific punch ending, as in the novel, is because Ty Power wanted it that way. The Johnston Office, however, now is reconsidering its original approval. ' Films are meant for entertainment. If anyone has a "message" for the public, let him call Western Union.—Mervyn LeRoy, film director. srd : ffttlf ffi&sffi -;• A la* fh dfire etfttftt^ tti th£ t>t Washington Makes it illegal for menus to be printed in fthythihg but the American language. We Sell Beer! Every Day and On Sundays! By the Case or by the Bottle To Go. 1 p. m, to 12 p m. Also Open Sunday Nights Dancing Starts 7:30 p. m. SOUTHERN CLUB Friday and Saturday BACK AGAIN AMERICAN LEGION CARNIVAL ALL THIS AMD NEXT WEEK STARTING , Iff UP 1ft WEDNESDAY JUIili 10 GREATER UNITED SHOWS • THRILLING RIDES • * ENTERTAINING SHOWS • FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY KID'S MATINEE SATURDAY From 1 till 5:30 All Shows and Rides Reduced to FREE ADMISSION TO MIDWAY BUY RIGHT. ELL CHEAPER 4 OF 84 PANHANDLE ASSOCIATED GROCERS ROCK BOTTOM PRICES DUE TO VOLUME BUYING! FARM FRESH FOR HEALTHFUL ANANAS Long Yellow, Ib. L IPS ran fin & i & Fresh, head Arizona, 8-Eb. bag . TOMATOES Fresh, Ib 15' FLOUR Gold Medal 25-lb. Bag Pork & Beans Van Camps 2 cans Tea Liolon J-lb. pkg. or Cherrios OXYDOL 7 DREFT 7 RINS0 7 SUPER SUDS OR VEL— CATSUP CLOROX COFFEE Maxwell - House Ib. 44 Milk Any Brand 2 cans Salad Dressing Blue Bonnet Pint Grapefruit Juice I exsMM 19' 46-ozs. *** PEACHES Hunt's No. 21-2 can Small Weiners.lb. 31c Sliced BACON Lb. Gold Bar BUTTER Chuck Steak, Ib. NES' MARKET 503 S. 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