Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 6, 1963 · Page 5
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 5

Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, June 6, 1963
Page 5
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On Tli« < 01, 1 HIGHLAND GENERAL KOSPITAL NOTES WEDNESDAY Admissions Mrs. Erma Shipley, 313 Dwight Sugar Prices Expected to Be Reduced Baby Girl Parks, 200 W. Albert j ner Mrs. Corcnc McKay, 418 Crest Pally Kay Lowrancc, 1908 N. Christy Mrs. Mary Cndc, I03fi N. Christy ; " mls e hanking .subcommittee WHS Mrs. Geneva Cobh, 823 N. Faulk- I lf|l(I '" c!r '-. v <ll! " llic nation's house- WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Mrs. Mary Bate, 2.320 Rosewood Mrs. Hclenn Gripp, Panhandle Scott Jordan. Panhandle A. H. Hollingsworth, 1918 Hamilton Mrs. Wiletla Snider, 723 E. Campbell \V. G. Lyons, Pampa T. C. Tosh, Stinnett M. E. Mahan, 1032 S. Nelson Mrs. Laura Sclby & Baby Boy, Mobeetie CONGRATULATIONS wives am expect to find sii£;ir marked down In a normal price level in the near fuiure. The prediction came from Un- der.secrelary of Agriculture Charles S. Murphy. Sugar should srrrn MC AU TIM 7 , PAMPA n.MI Y NT.WS UltJRSDAY. .11 M. fi. I9S.1 To Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. j reach 6 to 7 cents a pound again Parks, 200 W. Albert, on the birth j shortly, Murphy told the com mil! of a girl at 4:01 a.m. weighing 7 , lct> - l-f»M. month sugar climbed to 'JW- ing sugar was not scarce, tho price began to drop. Murphy said. Baby Boy Snider, 723 E. Camp- Ibs. 1,1 ozs. j 13.2 rents a pound, but (lien be- bell To Mr. and Mrs. James Snider, j K an lo slide back. • Bobby Chase. Pampa 723 E Campbell, on the birlh of a ! Murphy said the spiralling su- • Miss I.inda Kay Moore, 2209 : boy al 1:41 p.m. weighing 5 Ibs. ' gar price was based on fears of 4 N. Dv-ight >S ozs. ' ;, shortage that had no basis in •Mrs. Ollie Fae Riley. Canyon | To Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Bate, fact. John Filzpatrick. 300'/, S. Cuyler j 2320 Rosewood, on the birlh of, Qnre the Agriculture Dep-m Mrs. Marie Miller, -106 S. C.illes- j twin girls at 10:26 and 10:35 p.m. menl rc | eascrf i llformalion ^ J-'-pie I weighing 5 Ibs. \' 2 <>/.. and 5 Ibs. Z Mrs. Virginia Btrchfield, Pam- j 10 o?.s. Ipa j To Mr. and Mrs. John Gripp, *William H. Lewis. 723 F.. Malone j Panhandle, on the birlh of a girl " Mrs. Patricia Williams, 2729 Na- ( at 5:55 p.m. weighing 4 Ibs. 4 o/ Road William Henry McLeod, Panhan- - Mrs. Barbara Joan Shaw, 1114 -N. Somervillc - Lynctte Wing, 1117 Varnon Drive 1 Baby Twin Girls Bate, 2320 ^Rosewood ~ Dismissals 2 J. C. Willis Jr., White Deer Z Miss Bermce Beuselinck. Pampa ; Mrs. Ruby Reece. 1109 Sand•^ I wood - Mrs. Mildred Rush, Pampa - Miss Lctha Fennel!, Skcllytown r T. M. Moore, Sanger 1 Mrs. Pat Porter, Amarillo - Jimmy Ricmcr, Stinnett ~ Mrs. Sharlyn Robinson, 620 N. SCHOOL OF ANGLERS—When one wants lo fish for ''wekc" in Hawaii, he can join a group and wade out into tho water up to hi- waist ?H v.-ni group, fishing off Oahu Island near Honolulu, with Diamond Head in the background, did just that, and had lots of fun, some pvc n <y>t <\ }-, This Ham - Baby Girl Robinson. 620 N. Wells - Charlie Eudcy, McLean - Teresa Reeves, Lefors - Mrs. Sallie Moore, McLean ~ Mrs. Excell Anderson, Pampa ~ W. P. Hallmark Sr., 1125 Tcr- ^ace - Jana Lee Ratliff. 111S Evergreen - Mrs. Marlcne McQuigp, MS Pcm- r? 11 - Baby Roy McQuing. RK' Powell •I Mrs. Kate Humphrey, 13!2 Gar-land ?• Mr*. Rosa Bryant. Moheetie .LUCKY SEVEN—On the day astronaut Cooper's Faith 7 re-entered the atmosphere, a Mineral Ridge, Ohio, registered Holstein gave birth to her seventh calf. The calf, also called Faith 7, had a distinct 7 in white on her. forehead. MALONE Have you had enough of "do- cl-yoursell" shopping and lire- sortie waits in long checkout •men? Then MALONE S is ror YOU! Here, you enjoy the pleasure of prompt, friendly, "personal touch" service—tne eld.fashioned "May we help you, please'' kind that puts tne fun back in your shopping. And oc course, you always get the brands you like in the suet you want at low. low prices every day! See for your self — you'll like what you see at MALONE'S. Ravotto Aqua Hair Spray 2.00 Size 1.00 Lanolin Plus Lipstick 3:51.19 40 Tablets Geritol .51.00 Silvikrin Shampoo .. 59c Special Group Costume | Jewelry Reg. 2.98 K)9 79c Value Anocin Toblers F^ ;ter Grant Wrap Around ] Sunglasses 1.49 7QC1 Value f T Multiple Vit. ONI: A-DAY 300 Tabs. 1| 981 Reg. 2.9-1 * $1.29 Meniu'ti Steri- Anlisei)tif Spray Bandage Rayctte Aqua Set Hair Setting Lntio.i 1.50 Size $1.00 Mennons Skin LQt fl^V m xM Bracer FREE! Delivery Parking iCHES Friday and Saturday NO LIMIT Open Daily 8 A.M. To 8 P.M. Open Saturday -I 8 A.M. to 9 J'.M. Open Sunday S a.m. to R p.m. Prices Good at Both Stores NO. 1—400 S. RUSSEL NO. 105 N. HO •i£2stoS Where You Save More On Quality Foods By Buying At Discount Prices Every Day! Bath's Mullberry Longhorn or Wright On rod Half or Whole U.S.D.A. Good Beef I Top Hand Pure Pork ROUND STEAK Red, Sour Pitted Fresh Dressed U.S. Inspected Bruce Self-Polish. WAX Pint Scotts TISSUE 200 Count Honey Boy Tall Cans Bo r den'; Go!. 5 1 5 FLOUR 6LADIOLA Potatoes Hunt's Whole New K i in bell's Wall Bac.ui Peas •••••M l-'iftli A\oniu % Whole Ki-nii' Kimbell's PINTO BEANS C Texas w?. WATERMELONS ib LEHUCE Firm, Ripe BANANAS 10' b Fresh, Tender CORN ears Fresh CANTALOUPE /'>fl> < * < **'*^^~'•** ! ^'^^ 7<A| ^ IM!!MI *^V MqM ^^ n « *' •* ~-it^fl t -^--~-ff^'] l - ,,,T." /t- fc ~** w vV > ~ MV Vfer i ^»**

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