Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 12, 1946 · Page 5
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P0mpa Business Reui'eiu T THESE PROGRESSIVE FIRMS WHO ARE BUILDING A NEW AND GREATER PAMPA O.K. TIRE SHOP I. 300 W. PHONE 1234 fifes Repaired and Recapped, A wise man gets his tires serviced NOW. Wesley Lewis and CAS SERVICE We pay cash for any make washing machine. Complete overhaul and fix any make washer. BRADSHAW'S Guaranteed Work' and Reasonable Service 438 N. Carr Phone 2072 Motor Supply Co. 314 W. Foster Phone 570 Pampa, Amarillo and Clovis, N. M. Wholesale automotive Parts and Equipment. Distributors for the entire Panhandle from Shattuck, Okla., to Carlsbad, New Mexico. ENGINE REPAIR SERVICE \Ve pick up at \vcll — bring to shop—repair and return to location and start pumping. Also Automotive Service APPROVED INSURANCE PALMITIER&SONS 517 S. Cuylcr Phone 1785 PAMPA, TEXAS We invite your repair work, any automobile, we assure you an excellent and guaranteed job. • HALL-SMART REPAIR SERVICE 705 W. Foster Phone 484 Milady Looks To Beauty Salon With Easter Holidays not far p.v.'av the Parisian B?:ulty Salon, locate;! at 114 West 7<lfigsmill street, is EI ware of the fa :t that milady will wr^iit a specip.l hairdo, especially since she is going to be decked ou in ;hat new E;is!i>i Int. M'l'K. Alleen Bnehm. owner of the Parisian, is urging patrons to make appointments for the pre-Eastcr season, in order that they may gel the finest in beauty woik. The telephone number is 720. Mr;. Boehm assmned mannirement of the I-firisian last Cecember 10. All kin-Is of prnmmi ..is. mani- c\ires 11 nd hair styles arc oifercd to l he women of tl:is community. 'Products sold are Merle Norman cosmetics of all kinds. Revion 1 p- .stk'i-is and polishes and Suave han - diT.ssini;. INTERIOR VIEW AT EAGLE RADIATOR SHOP $2,500 Writing Contest Announced The 12th annual $2,500 writing contest with 200 prizes is announced by Writer's Digest in its February issue. First prizn in the contest i.s $3(10; second prize S200 and 1.1 IP ni'Xl. 12 prr/rs, $!>() cncli. An iimiMiiil li'iilure of the contest is that :ill winning manuscripts will be marketed by the staff of Writer's Digest without, charge to the author. The author receives additional money when his story is published. The editors of the magazine, published in Cincinnati, Ohio, emphasize that all scripts remain the property of their authors. Details Mrs. Ethel Pauley Has Joined Our Staff of Operators Watch for Opening ,of the PARISIAN ACCESSORY SHOP! • Merle Norman Cosmetics. Parisian Beauty Salon 114 W. Kingsmill Ph. 720 Talk I! Over, Over Coffee Cup Rrr-: Coff;'f 5;hop lias bnronif the &pot \vlwe irit'H'-U meet o\or a cup of cocxl coffee to discuss (lie ill? arid' wills of Paiwa and the world. Many a bit; find 1:1 HP business deal is made over tlv morning or after- iiOon nip of coffee. Umkv MIR operation of Mr. nncl Mrs. R. D. Tylr-r. (he Rex has been a partnership of Tyler :rnd R. N. Bradluy since Jan. 24. 1945. 'To please every customer to the bwl of our ability' is the motto of Doyle and Irene, from 300 to 350 r.wtomsrs visit the Rey each dav for breakfast, lunch and short order.', cooked the 'homemade' way. Meet your friends at the Rex. 3'F, 1/2 Poster, and try their KOBBY, good coffee. CAPITAL INCREASED •DALLAS. March G —(.'Pi—Stockholders of Liberty State bank for the second time within a year have increased the bank's capital and surplus. Yesterday they voted an increase to $2,000,000. On Mnrcli 27, 1945, they raised it, from $1,000.000 to $l!500,000. Tues-Jav. Msrt!» 12, 1946 ~ PAMP A NEWS PAGI Not Everybody Is a '300' Bowler, Bui All Seem To Have Good Time This is an interior scene at the Baffin Kadialor shop, which is located :i( ">!(!, West Kostcr stivet. here in I'anipa. From left to right arc. \V. A. "York, owner and operator of the concern; I- O. Moshci anil IK-wey Wilson. Not shown in the picture is Alvin Bass, anotiier employe of the. shop, which offers first-class radiator repair anil cleaning serv- ice to motorists of this .territory. Mr. York has been In charge of the shop for the past 12 or 14 months. Ka»lc was established here about 20 years ago. HEAT PARADOX Although I he earth receives more .solar heat in January than July, ihu northein hemisphere is a much colder place in the former month. At that time, each heat ray strikes the earth at a low anfjle, distributing the heat over a greater area. Maybe nobody bowls any "301" games at the Pampa Bowl. 112 N. Somerville, but everybody manages tc get a lot of Tup and exercise at one of Pampa\s most popular recreation spot.". Bowling, just tlie same as any activity.'can be jverdone unless you're an experienced bowler, but thereV, nothing lik>; iwo or three lines <•>!' leisurely bow'ing to take the "kinks" ol winter out of your bone.i. Bowling's main attrartl'in is. however, that it is a clean, wholesome sport for young and old. The Pain- pa Bo'&l 's an establish institution that has a reputation of honesty, cleanliness and efficien :>• that mnkr.s bowling so much more Km. Speaking of the young and old. O. V. Petrie. managu of the Pampa Bo-.vl, is proud to report that he has many ic'.ivo bowlers who are near- inf" 70 years oi age. m&ny of them being among the city's better bowi- ers. On the other hand, the younr; folks take to bowling as a fine sport for Sunday evening or on niyht's when league members aren't bov.-Hng. Parents know that there's nothing wrong with spending an hour or so at an establishment that caters to the recreational needs of young and old Added to this, is some of the best bo-.vlini? equipment in tlw Panhandle. The Pampa Bowl handles the famed Brunswick—Rnlke-Col- lender products exclusively. Brunswick equipment assures the bowler the best variety of baJls and alley equipment. The Pamon Bowl is .strean.lined. too. for bowling comfort and skill. The pin-setting machines are expel tly masked .so no element of di.. • Ira:tion will be seen bv the bowler as he makes his jippronch. The ul- leys, eight :>f thfin, are in better condition than '.hey have ever been, so. for a fe% - hours of clean, body- UiildinE .--port, drop by the Pampa Bowl, sel-vt the ball you need and —have fun. That Old Washing Machine Can Be Made Like New Again With a Trip to Bradshaw's Shop of the contest are in the February issue of Writer's Digest. The contest* closes midnight, April 25, 1946. DESTRUCTIVE Cnc second of firepower from a P-40 Warhawk fighter plane is more destructive than the impact of a 13-ton tank crashing into a concrete wall at a speed of 30 miles an hour. PROTECTED DAIRY PRODUCTS WHIPPING CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE Phone 2204 'STANDARD DEALER' Seat Covers for All Late Model Cars New Scissor Type, Jacks-The Best We've Ever Seen, H. H. WILLIAMS SERVICE STATION^ 623 W. Foster Ward's Cabinet Shop Manufacturers of i ' Cabinets f Door. Frames f Window Frames * and All Types of Mill Work .for Oil N*ld * Commercial and Agricultural Requirements, Good Steaks Breakfasts at all hours Bottle Beer with Meals Mexican Foods Open 24 Hours Every Day. Although many items that have been scarce during the war years are becoming more; plentiful on the market, washing machines are not yet among them. BradMnuv's Washing Machine Shop oil'ers you- guaranteed work and reasonable service in prolonging the life that that old machine— make it work life new! Bradshaw's will pay :a?h for any make washing machine and will completely -overhaul any mnkf v.'u.'.her. Ralph Eradshaw has in stock par is for all makes of washers and is equipped ixnd experienced to give you A-I electrical service. Washing machine repair is not the only service offeree! by Bradshmv's. The owner states .that he will repair electric irons and electric motors of any kind. Pi;k)i!i and delivery service is also offered. For fist rate service to that "weakening" washer see Bradshaw's at 438 N. Carr, or phone 2372. <&, Used cartridge'cases falvaged from training grounds' and battle areas were" used in making new U. S. pennies. SHOP LIVELY'S For all Men's Wearing Apparel And LIVELY'S Again For Fine Leather Goods of Every Kind! LIVELY'S JACK VAUGHN'S "66" Service Station 501 S. Cuyler Fozen Food Cabinets—Thor Washing Machines Also Complete NEW Line of Home Furnishings Hew Merchandising Plan Call Phone 9569 NEW DEVICE AT MOTOR INN SUPPLY Shown here is the new Van e 'l Norman brake drum lathe, [ which i.s now in operation at the Motor Inn Auto Supply at 107 East Francis street. The machine, which i.s built to turn (or straighten) worn brake drums, is equipped with a re-grinding mechanism. This re-grinder smooths the brake drum, so that braking action will be easier, safer and more economical for the atltoist. In this way the customer will get full value 1 out of his new brake linings. IQNG'S SERVICE STATIONS 2 Convenient Locations $ 321 South Cuyler • 701 West Foster "Our Customers Deserve the Best—They Get It" DEPENDABLE COURTEOUS SERVICE Weekday Luncheons MERCHANT'S SPECIAL HJNCH LUNCH SOc 75c HILLSON COFFEE SHOP. 308 W. Foster Phone 9542 Eagle Radiator Shop 516 W. Foster Phone 547 Radiators Repaired, Rebuilt Cleaned and Recored OSBORN MACHINERY COMPANY Allis-Chalmers Sales and Service Phone 494 §10 W, Foster • CITY CAB CO PHONE 441 221 North Cuyler MAGNETO REPAIRING PRESSURE GAUGE REPAIRING ALL WORK GUARANTEED RADCLIFF BROS. ELECTRIC CO. Phone 1220 Pampa 517 S. Cuyler MONOGRAMED Book Matches Personal Stationery Napkins Playing Cards Fountain Pens Leather Goods Bibles and Books Photo Albums PAMPA OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 211 N, Cuyler Phone 288 HOUSE C A ^ • • Jr •y m JC« LOYSE CALPWELL AND H. M. MUNSON PARTNERS 121 W. KINGSMIU. Phone 101 Me Williams Molor Co. BEAR EQUIPMENT t Frame and Axle • Wheel Aligning. Straighteing-. • Brake Service, f Truck and Passenger § Hudson Sales Car Wheel Balance. and Service. J. C. WIUIAMS ) E. F. McWILLIAMS [ Owners F. 'Mil,' OUTHIfR ) t u Vhone "Mel" for aigbt service by appomvment. Pampa Safety J4in c—pixie Tires 4U S. C»yler Clarence Quails Studio Jp ^P^P^il^MHBWff SP ^ 4M H, Danciger Gasoline QUAKER STATE OILS AND GREASES Wholesale & KctaU Tires, Batteries, Wash and Grease, Auto Repairing, Accessories. PAMPA LUBRICATING CO. J14 E. Francis riione 272 SMITH STUDIO Portrait—Commercial "Member of The Photographer? Association of America" Mr. & Mrs. Irl Smith West Foster Phone 1510 •-W Pampa ' Texoi Rex Coifee Shop Next to Rex Theater Headquarters for Lunches, Steaks, Breakfasts and Meals EDMONDSON'S Cleaner and Furrier Expert Service "COURTESY OUR WATCH WORD" 115 S. Bollard Phone 844 PAMPA SUPPLY £0. 216 N. Cuyler St. Phone 501 PLUMBING, PAINTS, WALLPAPER, GLASS AUTO GLASS PICTURE FRAME H. D. KEYS NEILL GARRETT, Props. BURNETT'S CABINET SHOP "QUALITY IS CHEAP CONSTRUCTION" 311 East Tyng Street Pampa, Texas Truck Bodies, all sizes and kinds, steel braced, bolted and welded to suit purchaser. These bodies can be purchased at our Pampa plant, or from any truck dealer in the Panhandle. Ask your lumber dealer for Burnett Made Molding, Trim, Base, Windows and Door Frames. PETE'S BODY WORKS L. J. McCariy Bear Wheel Alignment-Axle and Frame Straightening Auto Painting-Bodies and Fenders Rebuilt Phone 1802 806 W. Foster Nolor Inn Auto Supply WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS • 107 E. Froncij Phone 1010 mm 0aq m *^^^j fim gHHB^^^j±if£SXiiiiStiim*^^ MODERN PHARMACY C. B. Thompson 115 W- KINGSMIU PHONE 2404 FAMED FOR FINE FOOD From Coast To Coast SCHNEIDER HOTEL DINING ROOM

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