Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 22, 1947 · Page 2
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 2

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 22, 1947
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Pfcfftfft News, 5uA»ay, June 1^, 194? About Pampa and Her lor Towns Mr. 9.M Mrs. W. E. (Pete) Bond are the proud parents of a son, Dan- hy Jacobs, bom Wednesday, June 1%. at 1:50 p.rh. He weighed 10 pOTlfttlfe and six ounces. Grandparent! ftre Mrs. R. R. Jacobs and Rev anff'Mrs. W. E. Bond, Hedley. Bin-bank Daisies for cnt flowers oh Sale at 421 N. Gray. PH. 15i.» Mr. ftrid Mrs. Bill Gallman ami sons, firooks and David, flew from YttstfttiU, Mich., for a ten day visit Wlirf far. and Mrs. A. R. Klllen. 3-plede bedroom suite with springs ; add mattress, 9-piece dining room, iSlte, 6 inside doors, set of springs, kitchen sink for sale cheap at 721 N- Frost. Ph. .791 or 353.* Eugene BirdweH, 130 E. Maloiic, stfftered a stroke last week. He is novt at the home of his daughter lit' Kansas City, Mo. Ml lady's Beauty Shop will open for business on June 23. Call 40G for,an appointment.* : Mis? Arvllle Patterson left Sat., for Cmldress where .'he will join Mr. arid Mrs. Morris Higley for a vaca- tion'trip. Their tour will include two weeks stay at Little Squaw Camp in Creed, Colo. Phone 388 or 47 If you don't know your Life Insurance, know your Life I n s u vance Man. Clegfc's Instant ambulant*, p. 2454. Cub aHVers heeded. Apply Peg's Cab stand, 221 tt. cuylef.* i Richard and Robert Norman, ot Hoover's Ranch near Canadian, arc spending this week with their aunts, Mrs. P. O. Sanders and Mrs. J. H. Patterson. Dance at the Southern Club evcty Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday night. Beer all the time. Ph. 9545.* Mrs. Oma Shelton has been moved to her home, 623 N. Russell, after spending 17 days !n the Worley Hospital recove:1ng from a major operation. Golden Loaf Hot Bread every morning. Pampa Baking Co.* Mrs. L. S. Snider, 82, Stephen- viJle, is spending 1 some time with her daughter, Mrs. Irvin Patterson. 214 W. Craven. Stanley Products Nylon Brushes. Call 586-W. Mrs. Waechter.* Mrs. Thclrna Young: and son, Jlm- mie, have returned home after visiting in Loco, Okla. Watch for the new wrapper Golden Lonf Bread. Pampa Baking Co.* Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Faulkner, Dublin, are visiting his sister, Mrs. E. P. Young. Speed Queen and Maytag at Sno White Washateria. Help yourself and wet wash. Ph. 2580.* Mir. and Mrs. Doyle Holler are the proud parents of a baby girl born Friday evening in the Worley Hospital. 'she weighed G Ibs. and 12 oz., and has been named Mantle Mane. Mrs. Holler is the former Miss Marita Sue Wright. Summer School, Both Day and Night. Enter any day or night. Pampa Business College. Call 323.* ,T, E. Smith, Wh.'.e Deer, vislled in Pampa Saturday. Happy Thought! Master Cleaners will put it back like new, that soiled dress or'sui't. Call 660." Mr. and Mrs. L. L. McMillan and daughter, Mori worth, Galveston, and C. Wedgeworth and daughter, Elizabeth Ann. Dallas, are weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Wedge- wcrth. Order a tailored suit from our wide selection of latest styles and With the rationing lid oft" I lie cannister, this picture proves to American housewives that there will be plenty of sugar now. This is part of the 12,000 tons of raw Cuban sugar in a Brooklyn, N. Y., refinery, and there's more coming in all the time from the unloading docks. .fabrics. We do alterations, relining nnd repair work.' Paul Hawthorne Tailoring Shop. Phone 920.' Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S. Johnson have moved to Arizona to make Uieir home. Get your linoleum rugs from Ralph Puckett at K. & R. Servic' Station, 222 N. Cuyler.* Mrs. J. A. Bond is a 'patient ii the Worley Hospital following an operation. All room coolers and fans wll KILLS WEEDS - WILL NOT HARM GRASS Thft modern method of WEED CONTROL r««ommended by all leading authorities. '%^$giia$' r ":]. Most efficient weed killing formula known. Does not injure grass or soil. Doe* not harrf Animal life. 8 oz. size RADCLIFF SUPPLY CO. 112 E. Brown St. Phone 1220 soon be gone from our stock. You had better not put off getting yours any longer. Modern Appliance Co.' Bicycles! 20- and 24-inch boys iand girls' style. See theni at Roy and Bob's Bike Shop, 414 W. Browning.* Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Cabe, 426 Crest, have returned home after extended visit with relatives and friends in different parts of the state. They were gone four months. Call Your Laundry, number 675, for wet wash, thrifty and finish. Pick up and delivery service.* Mr. Farmer, let us insure this good wheat crop for 30 days against loss by fire and lightning while it is in the field, while being harvested, while being hauled and while in storage at a cost of only $4.30 pel- One Thousand Insurance. Duncan Insurance Agency, Duncan Bldg. Phone 739." Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Saunilers and daughter, Bette, returned this week from Panarim City, Fla., where they spent two weeks with their son, Horace, who is stationed at the University Air School, Ts'iulall Field, Fla. ..Resolved! No more home cleaning—I'll send my work to Pampa Cleaners. Ph. 88.* Mr, and Mrs. Charles Ralph Van- dovcr, San Francisco, Calif., announce the b'irth of their son, Jack Alien, on Saturday, June 14, in a San Francisco hospital. Mr. Vandover, is a torpedoman 2/c and is attending the Navy Radar School on Treasure Island. He is the son of, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Vandover, 721 E Malone, and was graduated from Pampa High School with the Class to 1942. Boston Screwtail puppies 8 weeks old. Priced for quick sale at 534 S. Ballard.* Mrs. Linder Phillips underwent, a minor .operation in the Worley Hos-' pital Saturday morning. Dance tonight to Roy Terry's Orchestra and Wednesday night to Ployd Sykes at the Southern Club.* Vvt. Ruhl M. Samples, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Samples, 415 N, Somerville, who has been n patient 51 gauge 15 denier Dark Sheer Nylons Kayser Nylons Debs . . . Mids . . , Longs 51-30 1.75 45-30 1.50 Seamless ...... 1.35 Fit-All Top .... 1.45 Corner Cuyler {in<i in the Port Sill Station Hospital since November 4 with a fractured femur, is home on a 20-day terminal leave. He will receive his discharge on July 6. Hand tailored suits. Plenty of Woolens. Harry Schwartz. P. 1994.* Skellytown News SKELLYTOWN. (Special) Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Boyd and daughter. Gwendolyn, left Saturday for Dallas to attend the Grand Assembly of Rainbow Pirls. Gwendolyn is grand representative from Vermont. They will also visit relatives in that section before returning home. Mrs. L. V. Hoff. president of the Skellytown Home Demonstration Club, attended the meeting of the Carson County Council of Home Demonstration Clubs held in -Panhandle recently, Those from Skellytown attending the funeral of Pat Harsha. fathil of Mrs. Edward Crawford, in Tal.v, J Okla.. were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sullivan. Mrs. Ethel Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Adams, and Mrs Ralph Wrinkle. Mr, aird Mrs, John Brannon. Pampa. were Skellytown visitors Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Kries are spending several months in Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Harlan and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Carroll spent fishing at Gclhlng last weekend ,ake. Colo., home Forrest Virgne, Rangley, visited in the Tom Virgne luring the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haicly, who were njured in a car wreck last Monday, ire reported doing satisfactorily. Their daughter is managing the store in their absence. Mr, and Mrs. Jack Vermillion. Artesia, N. M., visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Vermillion, last veekend. Roy Marney left Friday night for Missouri. His wife and daughter, who have been visiting there, will •eturn with him. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lamb are spending their three weeks vacation with their daughter, Mrs. Thompson, on the West Coast. Mrs. E. O. Conyers antl daughter. Jeanne. Pampa, were Skellytown visitors last week. Mrs. Art Imel is visiting her mother at Hllldon. Okla. Mrs. Howard Patton and Mrs. Wallace Young have returned from Hot Springs. N. M., El Paso, and points of interest In Old Mexico. Mrs. Howard Wedge and children. Taos. N. M.. are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gates and sons. Pampa. were visitors here Thursday evening. ' Jerry MpCoy was brought home from Camp Ki-O-Wah near Lake Marvin Thursday, suffering from on attack of appendicitis. He is reported to be improving. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harlan had as their guests June 15 Mrs. Harian's mother,. Mrs. Era Kibler of McLean, and Mr. ojvd Mrs. B. E McGee of Amarillo. Little Judy Hand is visiting her grandmother in Panhandle. Gene Stumpner has returned to the home of his sister. Mrs, carl Devitt. from a Pampa hospital and is reported doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bridewell. Par- can. Okla.. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ployd E. McCoy and family. Jerry will return home with them to help with the harvest. Prances Irene Hampton celebrated her first birthday on Saturday. June 21. _ __ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Adams and Billy Joyce accompanied by their mothers. Mrs. Elizabeth Tinsley of Palo Alto. Calif.-, and Mrs. Hattie Adams, are vacationing in Yellowstone National Park, and points .01 interest in Washington. Oregon. California. Nevada. Arizona, and New Mexico. L. V. Hoff and family were in McLean Wednesday attending the funeral of his uncle.' Howard Hud- gin.s, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. penham visited tfteir s<w Donald Willis- Wednesday 'at the Scout C»mp Kinear Lake Marvin. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon BuHard and c|aygh.te>v Texoma. Okla- visited Mr, and Mrs. TOW ,Qates "'' : 1 - Price and • Bettye. will attend the Grand Assembly of Rainbow Girls in Dallas June 23-25. Mrs. Price is mother advisor and Bettye is a member of the grand choir. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Norton had as their guests Inst week Mrs. Norton's sister, Mrs. Woodrow Grandfield, and sons from Okmulgee. Okla. Mrs. G. C. Huckins is a medical patient in a Borgcr hospital Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Yell have returned from Missouri where they spent their vacation. Mr. and Mrs. John Hand and family have had as guest in their home Bennie Martin of Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hand and John Hand returned Friday from a two weeks vacation spent in Paclu- cah and Hamlin. They also attended a reunion lof Mrs. Hand's family in Mineral Wells, which was attended tay 50 members of the Stewart family. Mountain Search For Man Given Up PINECLIPFE, Colo.— (IP)— Denver police yesterday withdrew from the search near this mountain hamlet for what they believed might be the body of Fred W. Lundy, 65, wanted for questioning in the gunshot deaths of two elderly sisters, his constant companions for years. Detective Sergeant Charles Burns said search of a turbulent stearm for an object first reported as a body had proved fruitless and that police throughout the Par West and Jn Illinois, where Lundy had relatives, had been asked to continue their watch for the retired school teacher. Funeral services were planned yesterday afternoon for ' the sisters, famed Emily Griffith, 65, Denver pioneer adult educator, and Florence Griffith, 67, an invalid. /They were found shot to death in their book- lined mountain cabin Wednesday morning, apparently without a struggle. 1340 oh Vout- Dial e:SD— Slgrft on. 7:00— Yotinfr Peoples Church of th«> Air— MBS. , 7:80— Shamrock Church of Christ. 8:00— As&fcmblV of God Chtiroh. 8:30 — Voice of Prophecy — MBS. 9:00— Bible Institute— MBS. 9:30— Comic Pafce of the Air, 10:00- PIlRHm Hour— MBS ]0:30— fciftheron Hour— MBS. 11:00— Pli-st Baptist Church. 12:00— Married for Life— MBS. 12:30—3111 Cunningham— MBS. 12:40— Theater Page. 1:00— Open House— MBS. 1:30— Hit of the Week. • l :3B— Musical Memories. 1 :<fB — Memorial Hour. 2:00 — House of -Mystery. 2:30— True Detective Mystery— MBS. 3:00— The Shadow— MBS. 3:30— Quick as a Plash— MBS. 4 :00 — Those We haters — MBS. •1 :30— Nick Carter— MB9. B : 00— Mysterious Traveler — MBS. fi :,10— Ca 1 If orn la Melod tes— MBS. B :00— A. tj. Alexander— MBS (i:.10— Voice of Strings— MBS. 7:00 — RxtiloHns the Unkn6wn— MBS. 7:30— Double or Nothlne— MBS. 8:00— Gabriel Heatter— MBS. 8:30— Rdmond HockrldRe Show — MBS. 0:00— William TTIllmnn Reports— MBS. B'.ICi — nance Orchestra— MBS. 9:30 — Dance Orchestra — MBS. B :5fi— News— MBS 10:00— Old FnnMnncd Revival Tour, I 1 :00— Rpcotxl Show. II :3fl— Record Show 12:00— Sien Off. Sunday on Networks .Sunday talks: ATI3S 0:30 a.m. Tlc- vinwlnp Stand "Germany niul Peace" CBS 11 People's Platform "FVdere Aid tn Kducatlon"; NIJO 11 America United- "Foreign- Economic Policy"; XI3C 11:30 Chicago Uoundtnlile "What Is Congress DolnB?" CBS 11:3n Henry Wnllnco on "Trumnn Tnoclrltio"; ABC 11:!',n AfwiHnlo Justice Jackson nt St. Tjnwrem'p T. commenc'enipnt. Oilier: « .\TK" — 12:30 p.m. James Melton Con- rnrl ; 1:30 OMP Man's Family; 2:30 Author Munis Critics; 3 NrtC Sym- phoin'; "i Jack Panr Comedv 0 Alec Templntnn ''1:30 Ki-ed Allen and Dock rtoflnvpll; S Jnck Smith Show. 1 CBS Symphony; 3:30 Jean in. new tlmn: 4:30 Kato Smith ; i! Sam Spnde Detective; 7 Corliss Archer: 7:30 Tony Mnrtln, Ab- lioit and Oostelln- 8 Take It or Leave II ; S::)0 \Ve the People. ABC— 10 a.m. I<"l,nn Arts Quartet; 12:30 p.m. Sammy 'Knye Serenade; 3 Are These Our Children; 4: .in Counter Spy; 5:30 Greatest Story; C:30 The Clock Drama; 7 Detroit Symphony Festival; 9 Dorothy Glsh in "Old Ac ritmlntanccs." Red Must Be Kept Up If You Want To Feel Alive Thousands Now Regaining Old Time Pep.Vigor and Drive By Releasing Vibrant Energy To Every Muscle, Fibre, Cell Overwork, undue worry, and lack of certain foods often reduces the red-blood strength---nnd starved, weak, puny blood just ha&a't the power to keep up your energy and drive. Every day—every hour—mUllpns of tiny red-blood-fells must pour forth from the marrow of your bones to replace, those that are worn-out. A low blood count may affect you iu several ways: .no appetite, underweight, no energy, a run-down condition, lack of resistance to infection and disease. To get real relief you must keep up. your blood strength. Medical authorities, by analysis of the blood, have by positive proof shown that SSS Tonic Is amazingly, effective in building up low blood strength In non-organic nutritional anemia. This Is due to .the SSS Tonic formula which. contains special and potent activating Ingredients. . Also, SSS Tonic helps you enjoy, the food you eat by Increasing the gastric' digestive Juice when It Is hon-prga'nlr cally too little or scanty—thus the stomach will have little cause to get balky with gas, bloat and give off that sour food taste. .. ' .., Don't wait! Energize your bbd?' with rich, red-blood. Start on SSS Tonic now. As vigorous blood surges throughput your whole body, greater freshness and strength should irmke you eat 'better, sleep better, feel better, work better, play better, have a healthy color glow In your skin—firm flesh nil. out hollow places. Millions of bottles sold. Get a bottle from your drug store. SSS Tonic helps Build Sturdy Health, You'll want a complete set of LfJ-RAY DINNERWARE in beaiitipil pastel colors Now, for the first time in years, you can own a complete set of lustrous 'LU-RAY dinnerware. Fine ?»?Ji ty i^ in the fol N'n9 soft pastel shades: WINDSOR BLUE, PERSIAN CREAM, SURF GREEN, and SHARON PINK. Also mqny $mort pieces available in open stock. Come in or si y oo ail< icf ay °" Zole ' s eosy Available in a 53-Piece Set Service for 8 Consisting of: r* -m •._ l j__ *P 8 Cups 8 Saucers 8 6-inch 1 Plates 8 10-inch Plates 8 Soups LIMITED SUPPLY 8 Fruits 1 13-inch ' Platter 1 Vegetable Bowl Cream and Sugar with DIAMOND IMPORTERS Phones 837 »n<i 898 I*. t -tanafisCf e*flh ly MKT Railroad ,,ST.LOtft:a . Hugh Kendall. Promotion of Missouri-Ktosas- . Tfixas pAssenger agent at Austin. Tex., t6 th«j post of general eastern passenger agent at Nfew Yfrk, was announced yesterday by J. P. Hen- tiessey. jr.. Met president In of the-road's #Hrf&& At the same time «6unced the ftpttb Foster, tr&velliing at St. Louis, to thfe vacated by Kendall. Read The Painpft Nefcft Wftfii ^tii tu- . ij r> i. 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