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'To Slate Clothing Revue in September _ ' .Willie MaHe Uavis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. DdVis Suid ittembef of the Alanreed 4-H Club, was selected as the Gray County 4-H Club girl to attend the State * Clothing. KeVue at College Station in September as the main feature of the Fashion Show given Saturday afternoon by the Gray County 4-H Council. The style show-was held In the' pity. Club Rooms at 2 o'clock. Judges WeJ-eMrs. O. A, Wagner o£ the :yofthwhlle Home Demonstration !Dlub. Mrs. j. B. Jones of the Bell Ciufc. arid Miss Doris Leggitt. district fcgent from Amarillo. Mrs. J. .C. Steward, county 4-H * J ~" soti presented the medals to . . first, second and third place ,,*infiers in each division, and Mfss jWa Ruth Taylor furnished the musical background for the revue. 0 ;'Willie Marie, who has been in 4*H Club work four years, was selected from the group over 14 years of age. She modeled an attractive dirndl skirt and peasant type blou»e Which she had made. ' • The fashion show. "The Modern and the Modern Miss" was presented in two scenes. The first was. a court scene in which "The Modern Mess" was tried for violations of good grooming. The judge, Belle .Steward of the Blue Ribbon Club, passed sentence and insisted upon attendance at the clothing revue which followed as the second scene. The following girls were presented medals which were financed by the Gray County Council of Home Demonstration Clubs: All dresses, all ages: first, Mary Jo Steward. Blue Ribbon Club; second. Mildred Bagerman. Orandview Club; third. Ernestine Edwards, Junior High Club. Play dresses: first. Pryda Mae Howell. Lefors, Sr. Club; second, Alma Ruth Alverson, Hopkins Club; third. Neva Lynn Cox. Hopkins Club. • . Blouses: first, Belle Steward. Blue The SOUTH WEST'S HOME TOWN RAILROAD . H. G. Smith D. F. i P. A. 9th Ohio Streets •Wichita Falls, Tex. Ribbon Club; second. Verna Mae Hutsell, Hopkins Clubf third, Pauline Craig. Junior High. Skirts: first. Jean Hewett. Junior High Club; second, Virginia Green, Junior High Club; third. Verna Mae Hutsell. Hopkins Club. Aprons: first, Ruth Helen Steward. Blue Ribbon Club; second. Pauline Craig. Junior High; third. Mary Helen Florence, Lefors. Jr. Mrs. Joe Wood Given Pink and Blue Shower A pink and blue shower honoring Mrs. Joe G. Wood was given in the home of her mother. Mrs. Pearl Anthony, Friday, June 20, at. 2 o'clock Hostesses for the occasion weri Mesdames R. B. Morrow, W. E, Lam Carmel MeClellan and W. J. Scott Mrs. R. te. Morrow presented the honoree with a corsage of pink and. blue delphiniums and baby's breath Mrs. B. J. Lam conducted the game, which were won by Mrs. A. L, Garrison, and Mrs. W. C, Scott gave the prizes to the honoree. Refreshments of iced tea, coffee and pink cake with white and blue flowers were served to the following: Mesdames W. B. Lem, V, L Gist, Carmel MeClellan, R. B. Morrow, A. L. Garrison, W. C. Scott, M C. Dot-man, W. T. Hollis, W. J. Scott Pearl Anthony, O. E. Wylie and B J. Lam. Sending gifts were Mesdames O G. Keith, G. T, Lynn, George Lowe Frank Hogsett, Lane, T. D. Snow Tommy Hollis and Frank Hollis. SO CIE T Y Pampa News, Monday, June ,23, 1947 PAGE 3 Good Neighbor Club Guest of Mrs. Stone The Good Neighbor Club met in the home of Mrs. H. M. Stone Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Leo Tilley presided over the meeting. Club members spent an enjoyable afternoon sewing: and patching. A dainty refreshment plate was served to Mesdames W. E. Lee, B E. Warren. Jr., Leo Tilley, A. A, Pinney and the hostess. An astrologer passes on the success of all marriage unions In Kor ea. PHARMACY Is Our Profession FTCB Prescription Delivery MATERNITY SUPPORTS SURGICAL APPLIANCES PRESCRIPTION LABORATORY 119 W. Kinssmill Phono 1920 GIRLS! WOMEN! TRY THIS IF YOU'RE NERVOUS On'CERTAIN DAYS' offThe Month! Do female functional monthly dis- . turbances make you feel nervous, ! fidgety, crahk-y, so tired and 'drag; !ge4 out'—at such times? Then do ' wy Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. It's famous for this purpose I Taken regularly—Pinkham'a Compound helps build up resistance against such distress. And that's the kind of product you should buy. Thousands have reported benefit I Worth trying. COMPOUND ON WASHDAY Do yonr entire laundry in half an hour at oilr store. Wash, rinse and damp-dry clothe^ automatically in Westinghouse Laundromat automatic washers, COSTS JUST 25C A LOAD PHONE 1122 or come in 216 N. Somerville LAUNDRY DON'T Take Chances With Your EYES! HAVE THEM EXAMINED TODAY AS LOW AS $1.25 WEEK PAMPA OPTICAL CO. Eyes Examined Offices at TALI'S Glasses Fitted \He're gettinj ^moi/s, sweetheart It took 20 years to perfect ihe delicious blending of flavor and nourishment . , . now, new Corn-Soya is catching on fast. It's toasty, tempting, stays crisp in milk. Get some today. The Social Calendar MONDAY 4;30 Mtst'fllanooUH tea ami brlcla showor for .Mr.". Bob Bray in homo r -Mrs. Lloyd Rlnohart, 1BI7 X. Stark wpathi.r. linu.TtnlnlnK hours 4:30 t 7 p.m. 7:00 Boy Scouts will meet nt th First Baptist Church. 7:30 Rainbow Girls. S:00 Pythinn Sisters will meet I Cnrpptitpr Hall for formp) Initiation. 8:00 Estpr Clui> w;ll meet. TUESDAY 2:00 Junior II. A. will meet at th Flr.'-.t Baptist Church. 2:00 Hopkins HD. Club. 7:00 Kit Kat Klub will meet In th home of V'ii-Rlnin MeNatiRhton, 330 Terrace, wllh Laura Noll Berry H hostn.sp. 7:00 Las Crecaf Club will meet i 'the home* of Miss .loyw Harrah, fiO N. Frost. 7-.M Them Rho t.'trls Club, Octrt Fel lows Hall. 8:00 Hooial niep.tinp of B nn<\ PW Club. S:00 srKBSQSA, Inc., Sam Housto School Auditorium. WEDNESDAY P:00 Vv'.S.C.S. anil Werleynn (luik coverprt illsh hrcakfar-t in the home o Mrs. AV. Pm-viam-p, soa Yv'oM Frnn ols. 9:SO tdidlrs' C.olf Asocintion wll mpnl at thn Country Club. 2:00 Friendly Hunt- Sowing; Chll with Mrs. AI. K. C.llison. 2;00 Mprry Mixers Sutibpam Ban of Centra! Baptist Church. :);(iO \V.M.I:. of tin- First Baptis Church will nii?Pt. 7:00 Teai'lirrs und Officers mprtlng at Klrst liaptist Church. K:00 Junior Ddd I'nllows, IOOF Hall >.'e\v officers to ho installod. K:UO nllfl-weplt prnj'pr servicp at Firs Baptist Oiurch. 8;15 First Unplist Cliurob Choir re hnarsal. THURSDAY 7:^0 All church visitation night n Central Baptist Church. S.-OO RplipknhM will nippf In loor Hall. Mainly About Pampa and Her Neighbor Towns Mr. and Mrs. Lieb Langston, 52' Lefors St., are the parents of a baby girl, born .June 13 in a local hospital The Qhild, who has been named Miriam Jeannette, weighed 7 pounds 14 1/2 ounces at birth. Lost—Girl's red leather billfold containing money and important papers. Finder return to 920 S. Nelson or phone 598-J for reward.* airs. Ovie Tipton ami daughter Melba, spent the weekend in Canadian with relatives. Order a tailored suit from our wide selection of latest styles and fabrics. We do alterations, relining and repair work. Paul Hawthorne Tailoring Shop. Phone 920.' Mr. and Mrs. W. E. James, Jr., are visiting relatives and friends in Pampa and Lefors. Mr. James is a student of medicine at the University of Tennessee, Memphis, Tenn. Dance at the Southern Club ever> Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday night. Beer all the time. Ph. 9545.* Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Jones, 621 N Yeager, had as weekend guests *in their home Mrs, T. I. Harper and daughter, Sybil, and Mrs. M. E. Wallace and daughter, Mrs. Raymond H. Means, Ardmore, Okla- Mrs. Charles H. Ashby, 412 Louisiana, returned home Saturday afternoon after being a patient in Worley Hospital for the past nine days. Cab drivers needed. Apply Peg's Cab Stand, 221 N. Cuyler.* Mr. and Mrs. Trevelyn K. Miller and son, Trevelyn, Jr., San Diego, Calif., arrived Saturday for a visit with the former's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Miller, 615 E. Browning. Mr. and Mrs. R. Virgil Molt and children, Robert and Kathleen, have returned from Fort Worth where they spent last week with Mrs. Mott's parents. While there they attended the Baptist Training Union Convention at Mineral Wells. Clegg instant ambulance. P. 2454. Pfe. Walter A. Spoonmore, Jr., 18, 621 N. Gray, arrived home last week from Italy where he served with the Army of Occupation for 10 months. Spoonmore entered the service in April, 1946. He is now on terminal leave. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sheets and daughter, Susan, Spearman, were uests in the Ralph Sloan home iunday. Mr. Sheets is Mrs. SJoan's brother. Young lady needed to assist in dining room at Schneider Hotel.* Mrs. C. W. Briscoe, Jr., and son, Dick, New Orleans, are guests in the nome of Mr. and Mrs. Ewing Wiliams, 1321 N. Starkweather. Mrs. A. D. Brown Entertains Pampa Oilers at Dinner Members of the Pampa Oilers' Baseball Team, their families and riends were entertained at a delicious dinner Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock by Mrs .A. D. Brown. 107 N. Hobart. The dinner was given in her home ind included fried chicken, ham. ish, barbecue, new potatoes, fresh string beans, many other fresh vegetables and all the trimmings, x>o numerous to mention. A very enjoyable afternoon was pent by the more than 40 guests n attendance. FOUR INTOXICATIONS Two men were assessed fines of i!5 each and two men were asessed ine's of $10 each on charges of in- .pxication by Corporation Court ^ge Clifford Braly Sunday morn- ng. One man was excused on jharges of disturbing the peace. Perk Up! Press Up! That Business Form or Letterhead. The Pampa News. Future Reunions Planned by PHS Class of 1946 Swimming, boating, eating, and dancing constituted the agenda for the Pampa High School Class of 1946 when they held their first reunion Sunday at Lake MeClellan. At the dance, which began at 8:30 p.m.. a floor show of class talent was presented with Bill Nellis as M. C, assisted for hindered) by tils stooge. Frank Stalling:,. Jack Dunham and Bill Hutchinson sang two numbers eac;i accompanied by Wanda Gordon and Randall Clay concluded with a story of the Alamo in all its glory, ending with a plug for Texas University. A business meeting was held following the floor show with Dick McCune, class president, presiding. Beverly Candler was elected corresponding secretary, and a committee of three—Dick McCune. Bill Nellis, and James Harrah. were chosen to work vith the secretary on plans for future reunions. Class sponsors attending were B. G. Gordon. Jiggs WhiUintUon, Mrs. Metale Torvie. and Mr. Prank W. Wilson, present principal. Class alumni and dates signing the register were Bill Nellis, Jr. Jean Anderson. Randall Clay, Frank Stallings, Beverly Baker, Gene Lively, Joyc? Cloud. Don Rowe, Georgi Anna Grogan, Milton Benham Johnny Gill, Wanda Gordon, Jack Hood, Angela Duncan, Porkey Parkinson, Ronald Rice, Don Loshcr, Jean Pratt, Junior Coffey, Irene Hoggatt, Bill Clay, and Bobbye McClendon. • Ernest Hoyler, Marjorie Wilson Margaret Wilson Timmons, Leon Gcoch, Ronald Levvter, Barbara Stevens, Pat Kelly, Dick McCune, Dot Culberson, Bette Brown, Betty Jane Boynton, Dee Griffin, Owen Weston, Herky Lane, Bill Cree, Avis Kelley, Art J. Berry, Mary Francis Jones, Jack Dunham, Colleen, Chisholm, Gene Barber, Ermn. Lee Kennedy, Bob Keller, Joann Sawyer, end Don Larkin. Joann Coonrod, Jim Terrell, Pat Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Wimpy Vaughan, Del Belflower, Beverly Candler, James Klnzer, Mary Rowland, James Harrah, Joy Prye, Bill Hutchinson, Joyce Pratt, Joy Hutchens, Eugene Turner, Mr. and Mrs. David Tubbs, Maurice Lockhart, Charlie Rlggin. Mr. and Mrs. John Paul McKinley, Harry Scott, Stanley Simpson, Billy Gene Davis, Hilda Burden, and Virgil Pish. U. S. Army Leader Save Your Time Club Has Demonstration On Canning Pineapple Mrs. Clyde Cox, assisted by Mrs. L/ N. Howell and Mrs. Clifford Rutledge, gave a demonstration on how to prepare and can pineapple when the Save Your Time Home Demonstration Club met in the home of Mrs. Ray Boyd recently, Mrs. Earl Atkinson led a game which was followed by reports by the Recreation Committee. Refreshments were served to one guest, Mrs. S. E. Mullins, and the following members: Mesdames Howard Archer, Bill Mullins, L. I. Stevens, Bill Oole, J. F. Morris, Herschel McNabb, B, T. Smith, Maurice Upham, Bill Smith, Clyde Cox, L. N. Howell, Clifford Rutledge and Earl Atkinson. Bunny-Rabbit By MRS, ANNE CABOT He is a shy-looking, quiet, rabbit uho answers to the name of Beniamin Bunny and goes calling in a wee polka-dotted coat. Easy to few, the bunny makes a perfect crib. ;oy. Little girls of three to eight ove this bunny,-too! To obtain complete cutting pat- ern, finishing instructions, chart for mbroidering features on the Bunly-Rabbit (Pattern No. 5466) send 5 cents in COIN plus i cent post- :ge, YOUR NAME, ADDRESS and he PATTERN NUMBER to Anne Cabot (Pampa' News) 1150 Ave., Americas, New York 19, N. Y. HORIZONTAL 1,8 Pictured U.S. Army leader in Germany 14 Declare 15 Go to bed 16 Obstruction 17 Story 19 Turkish weights . {0 Boys • --.:.-'" 21 Precipitation 22 Nuisance 23 Diminutive suffix < 24 Myself / 25 Time -< measures 29 Mended a shoe 32 Cow's call 33'Finl 34 Ditches 3(/Expunge v*. 39 Either 40 Hebrew deity 41 Rests 44 Pretens<r i 48 Painful 50 Wind fil Press 52 Fish sauce 53 Chemical salt 55 Refined 57 Forced in 58 Bombards VERTICAL 1 English hymn writer 2 Native 3 Burden 4 Carries 5 Preposition 6 Deeds 7 Low 8 Depicted 9 Anent 10 On top 11 Fish 12 Mnn's name . (Fr.) 13 Roposed 18 Behold! > 26 Wine CUp '27 Decay 28 Distress call 29 That girl 30 Prorioun «•>. 31 Meadow 34 He was a delegate to the ^' conference 35 Bird" 37 Calm 38 Chooses -^.J 42 Bound • 43 Metal refuse 44 Petitioned 45 Hour (<ib.) 46 Eras 47 Thaw 48 Norse myth 49 Norwegian king 54 Tellurium (symbol) \ 56 Comparative suffix 50 IT 2.1. m. •ft m 8- 10 il 14 ll Baptist Circles Meet in Homes Circle One of the First Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. R. D. Abbott for mission book and Bible study. The opening prayer was led by Mrs. W. H. Lewis. Mrs. O. A Davis taught the final chapter of the book, "Shining Like a Star". Her topic was "Follow Me and I'll Make You". Mrs. J. H. Tucker taught the Bible lesson on "Why of Missions and When of Missions." Mrs. C. E. Willingham. co-chairman, conducted the business session in the absence of Mrs. Roy Holt, chairman. The meeting' was closed with prayer by Mrs. A. French. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Davis. Floyd Lasslter. French. Willingham,. Tucker, Abbott, Harold Thornhill, and Lewis. Circle Six held its meeting in the home of Mrs. J. A. Meeks. Mrs. T. H. Baker opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs, L. A. Baxter presided over the business meeting. Mrs. F. E. Leech taught the lesson and led the closing prayer. Refreshments were served to those mentioned and Mesdames M. E. McClendon, Gerald Mote. J. E. Rowe, and J. H. Ayres, a visitor. WE, THE WOMEN A Real Vacation By RUTH MILLETT NBA Staff Writer "I've got an idea for a wonderful vacation," says a travel-wise friend. "With road maps and travel sections torn out of newspapers I'm going to plaii a cross-country trip, taking in all the sights along the v/ay. > "The plan will call for stop-offs to see old friends I keep in touch with, only with Christmas cards. "I'm going to get the whole trip planned—right down to every night's stop-over. I'll Vven get my vacation wardrobe in shape. '"Then, when I've planned and shopped and worked the whole thing out I'm going to stay home and have a real vacation. "That way I'll get the fun of planning and confiding my plans to friends when the talk, as it inevitably does this season of the year, turns to vacations. "But I won't have to wear myself ragged actually making the /trip. I won't have to get up at daybreak to get an. eo.rily start, hoping to get in a lot of mileage before the lazy bones who don't get started until 10 o'clock are out cluttering up the highways. "I won't have to struggle every morning to get all my belongings into suitcases that seem to sin-ink in capacity every day of travel. PLANNING IS FUN "I won't have to eat disappointing meals in crowded restaurants or go from hotel to hotel trying to. find a placs to sleep. "I wpn't have to try to convince old friends they haven't changed a Wt or answer the impossible demand: 'Now tell me all about yourself.' I won't have to rack my brains to be helpful when the 'Whatever became of so-and-so?' outline begins. "Yes. I'll have a swell vacation. I'll plan a long trip because PLANNING a trip is one of the most exciting things in the world. But. TAKING a trip is hard work. So I just won't bother with that detail thir, year. I'm calling my plan 'taking a vacation from vacation" and it ought to be just very restful." Head The Pampa News Want Adi J, Ray Martin BMA Buslnetl Men's Assurance Co. Life, Health, Accident Annuities, Hospltaliiation, Group, All Ways. 107 N. Frost Phone 772 Mrs. Rheudasil Hostess For Class Breakfast Members of the Bethany Class of the First Baptist Church met ir. the home of Mrs. C. C. Matheny. 720 S. Hobart. for a breakfast with Mrs. Willie Rhouda.sH as hostess. Mrs. A. J. Young, president, presided over the business meeting in which Mrs. D. I. Anderson gave a brief talk on her trip to Hawaii. Mrs. W. A. Brelning led the opening prayer and Mrs. D. M. Scaief the closing prayer. Members attending were Me.i- dames Roy Branscum, John O'Brien. C. E. Willingham, R. W. Tucker, T. B. Solomon. T. H. Baker, J. K. Richey, Ida Barton, P. G. Turner, J. E. Reeves. Mamie C. Hartgraves, H. C. Wilkie. E. Stidhfuu, D. I. Anderson, D. W. Slnton, D. M. Scaief, and A. J. Young, Visitors were Mesdames C. C. Matheny, daughter of Mrs. Rheudasil, F. L. Barrett, and W. A., Houston. 'Kitchen Improvement' Skellytown HD Topic SKELLYTOWN, (Special)— The Skellytown Home Demonstration Club met Friday afternoon at 2:30 in the Shell Club House for a demonstration on "Kitchen Improvement." Mrs. Bill Adams was hostess. Mrs. V. L. Hoff. president, conducted a short business meeting after which Miss Marthlyn Burnett, Cai son County assistant home dem- cn&tratlqn agent, gave an interesting demonstration on "Kitchen Improvement." She showed a number of pictures and sketches to illustrate her talk. Refreshments of cookies and coffee were served to the following members: Mesdames Hoff, Ruel Casey, S. W. Beck, L. Z. Rhodes, and Bill Adams; a visitor, Mrs, Arthur Hensley; and Miss Burnett. The next regular meeting will be held in the Shell Club House at 2.30 Friday afternoon, July 18, with Mrs. Oscar Carleson as hostess. Health Is Theme "*" : For Club Meeling Ai Graham Home The Wayside Some Demonstra- ! Uon Club met Tuesday. Juno 17 at j 2 o'clock in the home of Mrs. H, O. • Graham. 309 N. Ward. 1 The meeting was called t,o order i by the president. Mrs. W. A. Greene. i Roll call was answered with mem- i ber.s giving their favorite eookjng t hint. Minutes of the last meeting were read by Mrs. Lowell Osborne. I Mrs. j. s". Fuqua gave a report j from the county council. She pre! sented a list of books recommended j by the council and urged each wo- ! man to read at least three of the { books in order to be eligible for a ' certificate. I Theme for the program was "Our i County's Health" with Mrs. Billy j Taylor as leader. ] i ••Study of county Health Laws" | was given by Mrs. Homer Taylor. ! Mrs. H. C. Graham discussed "What i We Can Do To Keep Well." j Mrs. Taylor stressed cleanliness ; as the best preventive of diseases ] and urged that places harboring ! flies and mosquitoes bi> spravcd with j D. D. T. Demonstration. 1 ; on canning fresh j fruits were given by Mrs. Guss '• Oreene. Mrs. Greene used pineapple land apricot?; in her demonstration las they are now in season and are : easily obtainable. Mrs. Greene stat- i eel that in canning fruit with the : water bath recommended by our ! canning experts at Texas A and M i College. \ve save shape, color and i flavor of fruit and vitamin C which 1 is so vital to a balanced diet and good health. Refreshments of fruit ade. ice cream and cake were served to 1 Mesdames Felix Stalls. Skcet Roi boils. W. A. Greene. Ed Barnes. j J. T. Rogers, Homer Taylor. Low- I ell Osborne, H. B. Taylor. Jr.. Er- j nest Edwards. Harold Osborne. Doyle ! Osborne. J. S. Fuqua. A. B. Carruth, j Wood Osborne. Billy Taylor. Guss | Greene and two visitors. Mrs. Tom ! O'Rourke and Mrs. James Lee Hill. The next meeting will be held July 25. Women Hear Talks On Life in India MOBEETIE — (Special) — The WSCS of Mobeetie's First Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. F. P. Heare for a study course on India. Mrs. G. A. Brown, president, presided. Mrs. H. E. Matthews told the group of the "Changing Scene* ' and Mrs. John Dunn gave the student's view of the political and re« llcfiotis situation in India. Those present were the guest, "Grandma" McCauley. and members, Mesdames Hugh Bailey, L. D. McCauley, G, A. Brown," H. E. Matthews. John Dunn, Otis Beck tod F. P. Heure Enjoy thp finest In Motion Picture Entertainment In the air conditioned comfort of your Friendly Pain- pa Theatres. TODAY thru WED. Open 1:45 Mm. 44c j!g|B*l«B«*"*"»- — DID Ht GET Salesladies Meet Cosmetic and perfume salesladies met this morning at the Crystal Palace for their weekly meeting. Mrs, Gladys Stone had charge of the lesson on face powder. The U. S. Coast Guard was the first service to send ships into Alask ,n waters. Now Showing ALL THIS WEEK Auspices American Legion Greater United Shows CARNIVAL Meet Your Friends On The Midway "THEY'LL BE THERE" Location Opposite Ball Park Special Children's Matinee Saturday —PI us- FISTIC MYSTIC NEWS TODAY and TUE. Adm, 35c WHAT A ! HOLIDAY! .^ftr^f and N E W S LAST DAY (Monday) ,STAGEO)ACH\ " JWIRE TteVOR JRCLEASOD THHU UNITED ARTIS TOMORROW "TWO SMART PEOPLE" State Farm Insurance Companies Auto - Fire Insurance Harry Gordon, Agent S05 N T . Faulkner WORN OUT FROM GETTING UP NIGHTS? ^ Tf you get up nights—have frequent d*. »ire to pass your water—yes, and have backache, due to excess acidity in the urine, be glad you're reading this: Three generations ago Dr. Kilmer, • famous doctor, found hundreds of hii patients with this trouble. So he made a medicine of 16 herbs, roots, vegetables, balsams. He • called it "Swump-Root." Millions of men and women have taken It—often with amazing results. Swamp-Root goes right to work to flush out kidneys . . . increases flow of urine, helping relieve excess acidity ... so the irritated bladder gets a good flushing out, too. Many report getting a good night's sleep after the first few doses. Caution: take as directed. For free trial supply, send to Dept. R, Kilmer & Co., Vnc., Box 1255, Stamford, Coon. Orwget full-sued bottle of Swamp- Root today at your drugstore. Hie soothe irritated nostn'/s... O/^ MENTHOUTUM f When a nasty summer cold bo» you iWic? for ?& aud ygur nose u red ettd fors, reasb for cooling, soothing help thin out thick mucus, reduce swelling, soothe cold-inflamed mem- brwves. Soou aoreneue eases up, head Starts to clear. Don't take head cold misery lying do\yn—always Mentholatura handy. AUO IEUCVE; KAHUQ NOTICE OF SALE ONE SURPLUS CHAPEL BUILDING PAMPA ARMY AIRFIELD Pampa, Texas (For Otf.SHe Uso Only) LOCATION: Approximately 12 miles sssf of Pampa, Green County, Texat Bids art invited for purc(i««« and removal of rMs chapel building with iff presently confsinsd fixtures, now located 6) ihs above lit* and briefly described <n follows: Mobilization Typa Chap«l Build- Ing LI, 37' x 86'3" HOW, WHEN and WHERE to BUY All bid. must be submitted on "Bid Form No. RGP-PNI-3i." TM« Bid Form detcfiboj the property, states the terms and conditions of sale and provides instructions on how to bid. This offering U subject to priorities in the order Indicated belew! 1. Federal Government Agencies </ *""~ 2. Reconstruction Finance Corporation (for resale to smell business) 3. State and Local Government! 4. Non-Profit Institutions THESE PRIORITIES EXPIRE AT 9:00 A.M., C.S.T.,July 3,1947 Bidl from the general public will be received at the office of Real Property Disposal, North American Aviation Plant "B," Grand Prairie, Texas, until 9:00 A.M., C.S.T., July 23, 1947, at which t!m» «nd place they will be publicly opened and read. Inspection of the property may be arranged with the Grind Pr«ir1« Office for Real Propurty Disposal or the Resident Manager on th» »ite. For th» required "Bid Form No. RGP-PNI-36" and for further infop. mation, address: \ Offic* of Rtal Property DUpoioJ North America, Avj««« f Mwt"|,» $r<u4 Pr«lrl», Tt««« *9.|9>4Q19

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