Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on October 29, 1961 · Page 2
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PAMPA 5AtLV NEWS SUNDAY, OCtOBfefc 2ft, Iftftl 81th 1'fiAK HAMILTON^'- fteffiuida (U P I) **• ftsMUd* Has ihe fifth most tftlkativt population *~ per person -V ift th* world. If 'Mi'. N.ftflO telephones, or 30 For , every persons, according m Leslie Warmer, general manager 4 of "the Bermuda. Telephone Company. .{The United States has 39 telephones per 100 parsons, Sweden has 35, Monaco' .14 and Canada 2.1ff Harmer said. The world average is four phones per 100 pec- sons, he said. Lefors Personals fly MM. ChflHM CUP THIS COUPON AND SAVE Dry Cleaninf&At Lm LADIES PLAIN SKIRTS On Fin* Dry Cleanin^iAt Low Prices 4£, LADIES PLAIN SWEATERS Pressed And Cleaned ERNIE'S CLEANERS 410 S, Cuylnr MO 4-21G1 Miss Delores Brmham and Ken nefh Roberts of Amnrillo visited hc-r parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Miller over the week - end, Mr, and Mrs. A. T. Miller went, to Arnarillo Friday to the doctor and went on to Channlng and spenr the night with Mr. fltid Mrs. Claude Casy, Visitors nf Mr, ami Mrs. Charley Smiley the past week were Mr. and Mr«. C, J. Stevenson from Weatherford and Mr, and Mrs. E, L. Ford. The Steven^ons visited the Jerry McCartney's while here, Mr. and Mrs. Larry floatrighi, Chulavisla, Calif., aro visiting with hor sister, Mrs, .ferry Me- iCarlney, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Finney, Pampa, visited the Monrow Finney's last week. Mr, and Mrs. Monroe Finney went to Lugert, Okla, over t)io wcuk - end, Mr, and Mrs, .Charles Marring- Urn and family visited in Hdbbs'jabeth of Borgfef - Uweft Terry at over (he week • end with the boc f Mayfleld, Okla; Mr. and Mrs. Wei* Harrington'fimiljr, ' ;^*« Terr V' Sallv and Geoffrey; Jerry Fifth' returned to col(e^'*J'. «n<f Mrs. C P. Hicks Don- Thursdav nftef b«m« at the bed- n!» *flrf Cindy; Mr. and Mrt, W, side of hit bad, whS i. eriiteAily.10. Jfrry. cjrjytj, Judy, ft™* ill irt Worley hoapiial. Mr. and Mr*. Herman Waltis, nf Hobbs. N. M.. visited in the Fra^ik Palimqter.am! Enlow hornc Lesa ( , el! 1 Mf, arid Mr*. lean' fSfry and boys, Hobbs, N. M., visited relatives and friends'here over the In ftrny' dnunty 1 ovftr' the week- week - end. cn( j " Follmving the football game 'Mr.' and Mrs. Claude Hollns-Jast Saturday afternoon a busi- worth went to Skiatonk, Okla. af-jftess meeting was held by the Exfer their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Students Association in the High J. T- Thftrnbrough for a week vi-, School Auditorium' New officers s j( ( , , were elected for the coming year, Pvt. Ronald T. McCarthy who, they are president, Mr. Bljjy Bur-' gin; vice president. Mr Ted Major, secretary, Mrs. Austin Crowell and Reporter, Mrs. Billy Field. A revival meeting will be'.he|d at the First Baptist. Church in Groom beginning October 29 and continuing through November 5. Visiting evangelist will be the Rev. Hoyt. Welch, pastor of the First Baptist Church at. Phillips. The morning service will be held daily at. 7; 15 and the evening service will start at 7:30-p.m. each evening. Airman, third das* Richard Craggs, Stockton, Calif., who is in the army itationed at Leroy Johnson, New Orleans. La. 'returned back to (he'base after 'having spent, a 12 day furlough •with his parents, the D. C. Me- jCarthy's. His wife remained in Pampa with her .parents, r A family reunion was held In the D. C. McCarthy home last Sunday, in honor of Mr, and Mrs. Ronald McCarthy, Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Berry, Gnll and Kathy; Mr. and Mrs, Foy Terry, Norma and Larry; Mrs. Rayford Terry, all of Clinton, Okla. -r- Mrs, and Mrs. Eddie Terry and; Debbie; Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCarthy and Eliz- was injured near Jerico in a traf- fic accident oft August SS, cofl- tifiues te show ifn"provgrriSftt the] AmnHtlft Air Force EM* Hospital .reports. , ( MM', J. W< Aflgel visited hif mother, Mrs, M- R, Siieharifian If! Clarendon Mbftday. Uf- and Mrs. Cecil Culver are attending the National Banker's Convention in San Francisco this week. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Farley were recently visiting her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rex McKay, Pampa. Mr,' and Mrs. Glynn D> Harreli left Monday for Seagoville to visit their daughter and family, Mr, • and Mrs. Jim Gayle Ingram and son, Glynn Oayle. Mrs- Alice McDonald, Perryton is visiting her sister, Mrs. Eulice Monroe and other friends and relatives. Beth Milton, a freshman stif i dent at Wayland College in Plain- j view has been elected cheerleader and treasurer of her class- Beth is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Milton of Grodm. Mrs, Jack Stevens spent several days last week in Pampa with her mother, Mrs. C- W. Lawrence who is recovering from surgery. BOWLING SHOES VALUES TO 5.95 MEN'S & WOMEN'S CHOICE OF STOCK 3 MEN'S LOUNGING ROBES • SIZES S-M-L •SAVE FOR CHRISTMAS j| REG, TO 7.95 VALUES 4 READY TO HANG DRAPERIES MEN'S KNIT SHIRTS 'STYLES SIZES S-M-L VALUES TO 4.98 2 ELECTRIC • WARDS FINEST • ONE ONLY • REG. 244.95 RANGE 160 With Trade THROW PILLOWS CLOSE OUT ON 45 63 & 84" LENGTHS. THESE : ARE IN ONE AND TWO PAIRS OF A KIND PR, ONE GROUP MAIL 3 STYLES SEVERAL FINISHES VALUES TO 5.49 LIGHT FIXTURES HALL FIXTURE SAVE ALMOST 50% REG. 2.49 1 27 MITRE BOX ^HARDWOOD STYLE ) EASY TO USE > REG. 1,00 1 00 10" TABLE SAW WARDS FINE QUALITY EXTENSIONS 12,88 EXTRA REG, 117.95 97 00 8" TABLE SAW PRECISION CUT SAVE FOR CHRISTMAS REG. 55.50 44 ^SPECIAL PURCHASE » MANY COLORS » SQUARE AND ROUND 1 33 WOOL & ACRILAN BLANKETS MANY COLORS SAVE NOW REG. 12.95 EASY TO SEW ADVANCE PATTERNS REG. 65c REG. 40c ___. REG: 35c 2/1.00 3/100 4/1,00 CLEAR PLASTIC SEAT COVERS • 1957 FAIR-LANE 500 2 DR. ONLY • 4 SETS ONLY • REG. 19.95 97 ONK GROUP LOUNGE CHAIRS COVERS FROM BETTER Cl IA1US <u MANY STYLES ONE OF A KIND VALUES TO 59.95 WITH TRADE FOAM—NYLON LIVING ROOM SUITE • CRESCENT STYLE : NYLON FOAM COVER TimouorsK cor .OR REG. 259.95 W/TRADE SOFA PLASTIC COVER BOLSTER BACK 6' X 39" SIE LOUNGE 29 MAHOGANY CONSOLE { OUR BEST SET BKSt CHASSIS RKG. y8<>.9:> TV '210 With Trad* FREE INSTALLATION ON ANY STORM WINDOWS CONTRACTED FOR ON MONDAY TUESDAY OR WEDNESDAY SPECIAL PRICES ON STORM DOORS CALL MO 4-3251 Ask For Mr. Flaherty MAPLE DINING ROOM SUITE PAINT SPECIALS COVERALL WHITE HOUSE PAINT qal. 2 WALL ENAMEL Reg. To 6.98 Gal. WALL PAINTS i Reg. To 1.98 Qt. • 1 i I MONTGOMERY 17 3 PC, SECTIONAL • BROWN COLO R • FOAM CUSHION SUBERBIA STYLE SOFA 1 With Trade 2 PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE • NYLON COVER • BROWN—FOAM CUSHIONS REG. ,239,0ft 198 With Tmlt FRENCH PROVINCIAL PULL-UP CHAIRS i GOLP & BROWN COVERS FLOWERED TYPES QUILTED EFFECT 54 With Trad* FOAM SLEEP SET oo -Hi" TOP MATTRESS BEST QUALITY' REG. 119.95 • 4 CHAIRS — • SOLID MAPLE ONE A CAPTAINS « FLOOR SAMPLK W/TRADI $ 127 French Provincial Bedroom CHERRY WOOD REG. 219.95 1 Grab An Armfull Of DOLLAR DAY BUYS Free An Extra Right Hand Playtex Living Glove Given With the Purchase of A PAIR SAVE 86c With Jumbo Size Alberto VO-5 HAIR SPRAY $035 2 Reg. 1.00 Cashmere Bouquet HAND LOTION 79 Reg, 1,00 12 Party si/,e KORKIE COASTERS 69c Texa.s Si/.e TOOTH BRUSH $1.98 Reg. 2.00 Nutri Tonic Silver Gray PERMANENT $159 1 Reg, 49c Playtex SHOWER CAP 37 Reg, 2.00 New higher potency Alua Tranquil Tablets $169 1 Reg, 1,79 Economy Size Super Anahist Cough Syrup $139 1 Keg. 1.35, With VO-5 RINSE AWAY $100 Reg. 65c Three-Flower **%/% BRILLIANTINE 3VC Attractive Apothecary Jars With Bubble Rftth $2.19 $1.69 $.1.25 PRO VITA Hemmorrhoidal Suppositories Contains Vittimin A $ 1 39 of Injured tisanes •Reg, 1,06 Listerine Tooth Paste 10 YEARS OF AMAZING PHARMACY PROGRESS Who ever believed 10 years ago that pneumonia would b« almost wiped out by ihe use of broad-spectrum antibiotic*, or th»t a vaccine would control polio, Within th* pant ten years we gained tranquilizerg, oral *nti diabttic medicines and a tuberculosis cure. And, ill thm discoveries and many more are available in qur completely stocked prescription department. YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a medicine, Pick up your prescription if shopping nearby, or we will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people entrust us with their prescriptions. May we compound yours? MILLER-HOOD PHARMACY for Good Health BETTER DRUG SERVICE For Good Living im AkCOpK STREET Dial MO 4-8469 84FETV ~ WBGRiTY - SERVICE v* We Deliver ~

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