Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 27, 1935 · Page 6
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Pampa, Texas
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Friday, September 27, 1935
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ftfE PAMPA HAftY MEWS, Pampa, feV»lA»ai 27, 1938 Clarified AdveHhing Rate* Inttfmictioa tnftinttndinrf tmfl' the account t tut *W* on* eolltctor e*H*. ! tOt* WAWl AO TO 666 or 667 tor ind Found" »r« cuh with ord.r trill not t» «ec«pt«l oT«r tb« t«l«- ?S5t**4o*» Bdnrtiiinc. «uk wit* Parap» Dally NBWS rwtirM tha ticht to etawlfr Ml W»nU A«« nnd.t . h««dlnB> And to r»Tl«« or from publication »ny copr objtttlonabl*. oM of .or *rt« mnit *• «£» tn that tor eorrwtlon b«foM i«eood of »ny «rror or «n omtolan of fcnjr n»tur« Th« Dcflr Srt 6. h«W Itabl. fot ftlrthtr thin th« amount »»• for ineh *dY«rtItlu«. un r. fe • word! tttnjmnm »0o. I ten. «e » word, minimum «0«. 1» I>« Vort for «»ch «icc«dln« i tfUr tk* tint two UIUM. 'The Pampa Daily NEWS AUTOMOBILE REPAIR work on the budget pay plan. Motor Inn. 26c-165 For Sale FOR SALE—50 acres in Gagesby Valley, north of Mobeetie, $12.50 ner acre D. O. Beene, Wheeler, Tex. * •• 3p-151 FOR SALE—Two room house, large room. Phillips Pampa camp. See C M. Henderson at the house. 2p-150 SPECIALS Sweet Potatoes $1 bu., Z'Ac Ib. Onions, Ib. '...'..' 2!ic (prapcs, 3 Ibs. for 25c Carrots, 2 bunches for 5c Cantaloupes, 3 for 10c Spufls, Ib l!ic Bananas, doz *«c Oranges, doz 30c Bell Pepper, Ib. ..' Si- Hot Pepper, Ib 7c Applesi doz ISc Tggs, doz. * Sc • TABLE SUPPLY .FRUIT STAND Next' to Alamo Hotel FOR SALE—Four room modern house newly painted and decorated' garage corner lot. Price $1,650 with $500 cash, very reasonable terms. John I. Bradley, 207 Combs- Worley Bldg. Telephone 072. 3c-150 FOR SALE—Good sweet feed in potton bags, $1.50 per hundred Zeb's Feed Store. ?Pji5. FOR SALE—Used furniture; living room suits, $27.50 to $125, Bed style suites, $32.50 to $35.00. Bed- rqom suites, $27.50 to $45.00. Odd pieces; dresser, chest of drawers breakfast set, dinette set, radio desk, rugs, chairs. Electric washer $20. Pampa Transfer and Storage across from Cabot Co. office. Sc-150 FOR SALE—Good used gas heaters $1.25 to $2.75; ranges $11.50 to $12.50. Pampa Transfers and -Stor- aee across from Cabot Co. office. , * ' 3c-15( FOR SALE—Pedigreed white leg horn cockerells. Zeb's Feed Store • lp-148 REAL BUY 'EIGHT room duplex, 3 lots. $3,50( cash. No trades, no commissions Call Emmett C'ee, Phone 10. : 6C-153 FOR SALE—A-l Delco lighting plant. Cheap. Can be seen a Pampa Brake and Armature Co. - 3f-148 FOR SALE—feelly apartments, for price and terms; Write 830 Crockett St., Amarillo, Texas. ' SPd? 1 If Mrs. R. G. Reid will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News before 5 o'clock she will receive a free ticket to see Wallace Beery in "O'Shaughnessy's Boy" showing at the LaNora Friday and Saturday. Automotive USED CAR VALUES! 1934 Plymouth Deluxe Coach $475 1934 Ford V-8 Tudor 475 1933 Plymouth Coupe 325 1933 Chevrolet Coupe 350 1934 Chevrolet Long Wfi truck 475 1934 Chevrolet Short WB truck with grain body. 450 1931 Chevrolet Coupe ZOO CULBERSON- SMALLING CHEVROLET CO., Inc. Extra Value In Good Used Cars! 1933 Pontiac Deluxe Sedan 1929 Graham-Paige Deluxe Sedan 1929 Ford Pickup 1931 Studebaker Deluxe Sedan 1930 Buick 4-Passenger Coupe 1929 Chevrolet Cabriolet Small Down Payment and Easy Terms G. M. A. C. Plan BEN WILLIAMS OLDSMOJJILE 113 N. Sorncrville Phone 877 Loans Pay All Bills With One Loan! Personal IORHB. no rndorseri required. $5 Tft $50 tmfntdlfct* iervlce—Lowent ratM SALAR? LOAN CO. I.. B. WARREN. Mitr. Pint N«tlnn»l Bink Bntldln* Room 4 Phon« 111 f$ SALARY LOANS *l $5 TO $50 To Carbon Blftck ftnd Oil Field Worken NO ENDORSERS: NO SECURITY All dealing! strictly confidential. PAMPA FINANCE COMPANY 109% SouU, Curler Street Over ?i ite Theater If Mrs. Virgil Harness will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News before 5 o'clock she will receive a free tfaicet to see Wallace Beery in "O'Shaughnessy's Boy" showing at the LaNora Friday and Saturday. . Work Wanted EXPERIENCED cashier and office girl wants work; preferably in ------ 121 N. 2p-150 doctor's office. References. Gray. WORK WANTED — Young lady wants housework or care of children, experienced. Greentop Cottages, cabin G. 3p-151 DEPENDABLE lady wants work. Hospital experience. Will nurse without housework or will do housework. M. Reasonover. Phone 574-W. lc-148 WORK WANTED—By experienced housekeeper and nurse. 321 East Francis. 3p-150 WORK WANTED by experienced practical nurse. Mary June Lane Beauty Parlors BEAUTY PARLOR — Permanent waves $1.00 to $5.00. Oil permanents as low as $1.50. All ringlet ends. Located at American Hotel, cabin 25. lc-148 OIL PERMANENTS Money back guaranteed that we will not burn your scalp or hair. Open any evening by appointment. Saturday evening until 9 o'clock. Plenty of operators and 7 dryers, no waiting. Eugene, Realistic, Artistic, Frederics and Shelton Permanents. Soft Water. Permanents $1.50 to $10.00. Phone 848 YATES BEAUTY SHOPPE 3 doors north Bank Mack and Paul Barber Shop on Balcony If Mrs. John W. Grout will call at the office of the'Pampa Daily News before 5 o'clock she will receive a free ticket to see Wallace Beery in "O'Shaughnessy's Boy' showing at the LaNora Friday and Saturday. PERMANENT WAVES SPECIAL— $1.25 waves for $1.00 or 2 for $1.50 $2.50 oil waves, $2.00. $5.00 oil wave, $2.75. All new supplies. Bertha Quails Stump. 442 N. Starkweather. Phone 123 W. Tuke. 2p-150 Lost Your Needs Fifjliti TJtli TTonrcc «^sr «; *r- ENGINEER 1 HELD liliir LOST—Two car keys on clip. Lost somewhere in town. Return to office Pampa Daily News. 6f-151 Miscellaneous LEAVING for Odessa Monday or Tuesday. Want party for company. Return Friday or Saturday. Call 345 or 154-J, 2C-150 FOR SALE—Gcod sweet feed in cotton bags, $1.50 per hundred. Zeb's Feed Store. 3p-150 RADIO REPAIRS. All work done at reasonable prices. Guaranteed. Davis Electric Co. 26C-143 Wanted to Rent WANT TO RENT—Large bedroom with outside entrance, or one room efficiency apartment. See Mrs. Gibson, Mickey's Cafe, 107 West Foster. lc-149 Play Memphians 1154. 6C-151 FOR SALE—Good bundle cane, 5c bundle delivered in Pampa. Cole's Hatchery. 828 W. Foster. Phone 1161. . ' 6c-151 FOR SALE—Eignt room house on Maple St., colored part of town. Andrew Wood, Montgomery Ward. ' 6p-i5i FOR SALE—Canning tomatoes, on gathering days, Saturday, Monday and Thursday, Goodnight Farm, one mile south Mobeetie, Texas. ''-. 12p-155 FOR SALE—Three room modern house to be moved. J. A. Boad- away, Rt. 2. White Deer, Texas. : 6p-149 JOHN L. MIKESELL Phone 166 Duncan Bldg. Drive in cafe with 2 lots on W. Foster. Building, living quarters and equipment all go. s Splendid proposition t9 right party. Owner forced to sejl on account of health, just gave u?' a new low price. A 1 two room house, dandy lot just off 33 highway in west part of city. This will npt last. See it at once. $2?5. Full price. Beautiful building site in north part pf city. $600. Other lots from $50 up. ' 6c-149 CANNING TOMATOES—We will ihavf a fresh load of Gray counts tomatoes coming in each morning. P/ices in line. West Side Fruit nd. vegetable Market. 412 South T r ep-149 Permanent Waves $1.50 to ?3.50 Finger Waves, wet 15c Eye dye and lash dye 35c MRS. HARRY DEAN N. Frost Phone 308 PALE by John w. Crout and 'Son; painting and paperhanging Office phone 341, Johnson Hardware Ob, Residence 211 $. Pur- 26-163 I Wanted to Buy Guaranteed $5 Permanent Waves Duart Permanents $1.95 Eugene Spiral or Reverse Spiral *5.0« ZULA BROWN BEAUTY SHOPPE Hotel Adams Phone US For Rent WHEELER, Sept. 26.—The Wheeler Mustangs will play their second conference game and the third of the season on Friday night when the crack Memphis Owls invade the Mustang corral. Both teams are undefeated. Pendelton will be missing from the Wheeler lineup because of an injured eye received last week. Two or three other players are "bunged up" after hard scrimmage sessions. The Wheeler backfield is well fixed in passing and punting. Fans look for a wide open game against Memphis. The entire Mustang backfield shoots passes and three of them can be called to punt. Conner and Sherwood come out of the line to block for the ball carriers, giving the team a great opportunity to show sweeping end runs. The teams boast two midget ends in Whitner, 144, and A. Weeks, 138. The rest of the line is fairly heavy with Newkirk and Tillman, tackles, starring so far. Name Wt. No. Whitner, LE 144 34 Newkirk, LT 152 .28 Conner, LG 172 37 Deering, C 161 24 Sherwood, RG 156 35 Tillman, C. RT 172 33 Weeks, A. RE 138 25 Weeks, A., QB 152 36 Cain, HB 132 30 Norman, HB 136 31 Ford, FB .. 186 23 FOR RENT—Desirable bedroom, adjoining bath. Close in. 423 N. Juyler. Phone 704. 2c-150 FOR RENT—South Bedroom, convenient to bath. 315 N. Gray. 2C-150 FOR RENT—Modern furnished 2 room apartment, no dogs. 121 S. Starkweather^ 2C-150 OR RENT—Three room stucco house, nicely furnished. Bills paid. Apply Tom's Place, east highway 33. lP_-i« FOR RENT—Two room house; furnished. Must be seen to be appreciated. Also cabins. Maytag by the hour. Worley Cabins. 3c-151 FOR RENT—Bedroom with outside entrance. 804 N. Gray. 3C-150 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment; bills paid. 615 N. Dwight St., Talley addition. 3M50 FOR RENT—Two room apartment. Nicely furnished. V/ii blocks east of Willard. 420 Scott. 3p-150 FOR RENT—Three room furnished house; bills paid, no children 835 W. Kingsmill. 3p-151 FOE BENT—By the hour, Maytag washer. 1300 South Barnes. New Town Cabins. 6p-149 FOR RENT—Some 2 and 3 room cabins; furnished or unfurnished, on school __bus tpute, New Town 6P-H9 Kennedy To Be Business Eyes in Europe WASHINGTON, Sept. 27. (#>)— Joseph P. Kennedy, resigned chair- nan of the • securities commission, s planning to dp some unofficial economic observing for President Roosevelt while in Europe. Now envoute across the Atlantic, Kennedy is seeking a rest, but authoritative sources said he will find time to interview high officials of foreign governments on the general economic situation. Kennedy's status was described as highly informal, and it ,was said he has no power to negotiate, but the president is known to respect his judgment highly. FRANCIS AVENUE CHURCH OF CHRIST E. Francis at N. Warren E. C. McKenzIe, pastor. Sunday services: Bible school at 9:45 a. m., sermon at 11 a' .m. Lord's supper at 11:45 a. m.. special classes for young people at 7 p. m., sermon at 8 p. m. Monday: Men's and boys' training class at 7:30. Tuesday: Ladies' week-dny Bible class at 2:30. There were 41 ladies present this week. Wednesday: Prayer meeting service at 8 p. m. A hearty welcome to all services. MEN'S FELLOWSHIP CLASS First Baptist Church. Sunday we study The Apostle of Love, We glean truths from all five of his books, with special emphasis on III John. Men are invited to spend the hour of worship with us. Beginning at 9:45 we render the following program: Song, Love Is the Theme; The Love Chapter, R. L. Edmondson; prnyer, W. F. Yeager; song, Love Lifted Me; God Is Love, A. B. Kitchen: Loving Commandments, A. N. Thorne; song, I Love Him; The Love Verse, class; A Pastor's Love, W. J. Brown; Love, the Motive, E. C. Link. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 901 N. Frost Street. "Reality" is the subject of the lesson-sermon which will be read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, September 29. The Golden Text is: "Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh clown from the Father of lights, with whom Is no variableness, neither shadow of turning" (James 1:17). Among the citations which comprise the lesson-sermon Is the following from the Bible: "Fear not, little flock: for it is your Father's good pleasure to give you the kingdom" (Luke 12-32). The lesson-sermon includes also the following passage from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: Man walks in the direction towards which he looks, and where his treasure is, there will his heart be also. If our hopes and affections are spiritual, they come from above, not from beneath, and they bear as of old the fruits of the Spirit" (page 451). Sunday, 11 a. m. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Wednesday, 8 p .m. Reading room, in church edifice, open Tuesday and Friday, 2 to 4 p. m. The public is cordially invited to attend our services and use the books in our rending and circulating library. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Gaston Footc, minister. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. The pastor will preach at both services. Subjects: 10:50 a. m. "Counting the Cost"; 7:57 p. m., "The Old Time Religion."- Old timers special guests at this service. Leagues meet at 7 p. m. Meetings for juniors, intermediates, high school and young people. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH John S. Mullen, minister Kinffsmill and N. Starkweather Promotion day will be observed in the Sunday school next Sunday. The exercises will be held in the auditorium and only the classes and departments that will be promoted will be present. Other classes will meet as usual. Sunday school starts at 9:45 a. m. Morning church worship begins at 11 a. m. The Lord's supper will be observed. Sermon subject: "Clouded Vision." Christian Endeavor groups meet at 6:45 p. m. Night church service at 7:30. Please note earlier hour of meeting. Sermon subject: "The Tares of Life." Next Sunday (Oct. 6) will be roundup day in our church and Sunday school. The attendance goal in the Sunday school will be 666. This is the highest goal the school has ever set for itself but all are working to achieve it. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Frost and Browning L. Burney Shell, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Promotion day for the younger age groups. We have three adult classes. One for men, taught by C. H. Walker. Men are urged to join this class. Two adult classes for women. One Is taught by Mrs. Wilson, using the International lesson. Another taught by Mrs. Briggs, using a course on the ;Old Testament, which course she begins S'unclav. The women are urged to take their choice of these two courses. Morning worship 11. Subject: "The Great Commission." This will be an interesting discussion of the program of the church in carrying out that great commission. Special music: Solo by Miss Evelyn Shanklin. School of missions at vesper hour, 5 p. m. The children will meet in their S. S. room. All others, juniors up, will meet for brief devotional period, then go to classes for study, stories, handiwork, using graced materials for ea-ch age group. Special music at this service by Mrs. Harry Lyman. Fine leadership for all ages. We have sandwich supper at 6 p. m. and a fellowship hour. Each family Is requested to bring sandwiches enough for the family. Ladies prepare coffee. The public is most cordially invited to worship with us. HOLY SOULS CATHOLIC Joseph Wonderly, pastor. Sunday masses, 8 a. m. and 10 a. m. Children's instructions. 4 p. m. Benediction, 4:45 p. m. Week-day mass, 7:30 a. m. A cordial welcome is extended to these services. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH John O. Scott, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning service, 11 o'clock. B. T. S. meets at 7 p. m. Evening service, 8 o'clock. ENGINEM HELD FOR AIDING IN BREMERSNATCH Government Claims He Exchanged Ransom DETROIT, Sept. 27. W)—Federal officers held Casslus M. McDonald, 2-year old engineer, today on a warrant charging him with having nade arrangements for exchange of 72.000 or the $200,000 ransom paid Idnapers of Edward G. Bremer, St. Everyone Is invited to join us in these worship hours. FULL GOSPEL TEMPLE 500 South Cuylcr. H. E. Comstock, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Preaching. 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. C. A. S. meets at 6:45 p. m. Sundays. Week-day services on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7:45. Women's Missionary council meets at 1:30 Wednesdays. A welcome awaits you at all our services. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner Kinffsmill and West. 9:45 a. m. Sunday school by departments. Promotion exercises will be conducted by departments and all persons subject to promotion are urged to be present to receive their certificates and adjust themselves to their proper departments. 11 .a. m. Morning worship with pastor, C. E. Lancaster, preaching 2:30 p. m. Davis mission conducted by members of First church. 6:15 p. m. B. T. U. with a place for every member of the family. 7:30 p. m. Evening preaching service with an evangelistic message by the pastor. Special music will be furnished by the choir in the morning -with quartet singing in the evening. Please note the change of time for the evening preaching service. Monday evening at 7 the B. T. U forces will meet for monthly program planning and business session C O. Huber will have charge of the meeting which is the first meeting of the new year. A good attendance is urged to lay plans for the coming months. EVERYMAN'S BIBLE CLASS Meeting at City Hall. The morning lesson will be a continuation of the 17th chapter of Acts, with the Rev. C. E. Lancastei teaching. Your presence will be noticed, your absence will be regretted Please bring someone with you. M'CULLOUGII-HARRAH M. E. Lance Webb, minister Sunday school at both churches 9:45. Morning service at Harrah, 11 Sermon, second in series on Path to Power, subject, Power to Become Evening service at McCulloufih Third sermon in series, Power for Self Conquest. Young people meet at McCul lough, 7:15 p. m. Fellowship programs at McCul lough Wednesday and Harral Thursday evenings. The study t wil be on the life of Jacob. You are invited to these "churche with the warm hearts." AliTO LOANS Bee Us For Beady Cash To M Refinance. H Buy a new ear, • Reduce payment*. • Raise money to meet bill* Prompt and Courteous Attention givew »U application*. PANHANDLE INSURANCE AGENCY Combs-Worley Bldg, Ph. 604 SOFT COAL STRIKE IS AVERTED; INCREASES IN PAY GIVEN 3 aul banker. McDonald was arresetd at his solated lake front villa in Grosse 'ointe village last night and was mmediately arraigned before Unit- d States Commissioner Frank Q. Qulnn, who fixed McDonald's bond t $100,000, and set the removal learlng for Oct. 8. McDonald, at liberty since Feb- uavy under $10,000 bond after he vas indicted at Miami, Florida, for harboring Alvin Karpis, credited with having planned the kidnaping of Bremer, was arrested on order of William G. Comb, first assistant Jnited States attorney, who said ie acted at the request of District Attorney George F. Sullivan of St. ^•aul. With McDonald at his arraignment were two attorneys, who said hey hoped to complete arrange- nents for McDonald's release on )ond. Federal officers said McDonald Is charged specifically with having made arrangements in Havana, Cuba, for the exchange of $72,000 of the "hot" Bremer ransom money. Bremer was kidnaped in January, :934, at St. Paul and released near Rochester, Minn., after he had been held captive 21 days. The subsequent department of justice investigation involved the notorious Barker-Karpis gang in the kid- naping. Karpis, now classified as jublic enemy No. 1, and Harry Campbell, a lieutenant, arc the only major suspects in the case still sought. Shinski Leads Series Hitters Little Johnnie Shinski, who played baseball for the Coltexo Gassers of LeFors earlier in the season, lee the hitters in the play-off series between Sioux City and St. Joseph in the West league. Shinski was on the losing team, St. Joseph winning from the Sioux City sluggers in a full seven game series: The little centerfielder collected 12 hits in 31 trips to the plate for an average of .387. Shinski got only, two extra base hits in the series; a dcuble and triple. He had 16 putouts with one error. Shinski joined Coltexo early in the season when his hitting and fielding was brilliant. He was reinstated by the minor league association and joined Sioux City two months ago in time to help the team down the home stretch. WASHINGTON, Sept. 27. (IP)—A peace pact that spells the end of the nation's soft coal strike in all but four producing districts was reached early today. The miners will go lack to work next Tuesday, after being out since Monday. Union leaders and operators agreed upon a new wage contract ;iving the miners increases in pay ;or virtually all types of work. The contract, replacing one which originally expired last April 1, will extend until April 1, 1937. Representatives of operators in the Virginia and Hazard, Kentucky, districts refused to sign the new agreement until they received assurances that mine owners In the Tennessee and Harlari fields in Kentucky would sign. John L. Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers, said the strike would be continued In these areas until the contract was signed. After expressing satisfaction With the new wage pact, Lewis criticized the stand of the dissenting producers who have been at loggerheads over wage differentials for the Competing fields. i "The whole nation," he said, "should not be compelled to suffer and the ccal industry returned to chaos because operators producing only 3,500,000 tons fail to find themselves In agreement with this contract." The new wage agreement, praised by President Roosevelt last night before he left for the west c6ast, provides for an increase of 50 dents a day for day laborers; 9 cents a ton for the miners who dig and load the coal and a 10 per cent increase for yardage and deadwork (cleaning out slate, etc.). Originally the union demanded a 50-cent a day increase in day work; 15 cents a ton for tonnage rates and 25 per cent increase for yardage and deadwork. Read The NEWS Want Ads. Introducing: DILLEY'S Prune Bread * Made with Cracked Wheat Flour! As appetizing looking: as it Is delicious—and it's a natural laxative. It's different from any bread you've ever tasted—and so healthful. It's Sliced 12' At All Grocers SPECIAL SATURDAY Danish Coffee Cake __. Large Gold-n-Sn.o Layer Cake DilLEY Phone 377 308 So. Cuyler Grid Player Goes To Hospital After Touchdown Jaunt AUSTIN, Sept, 27. (/P)—A 75-yard touchdown sprint on the opening opening kick-off by Halfback Bresnahan and a series of line smashes in the last period brought St. Edward's university a 13 to 0 victory over Wesjfcmoorland college of San Antonio here last night. Bresnahan suffered a neck injury a few plays after his long dash and was taken from the field in an ambulance. His condition was not considered serious. Pampa to Oklahoma City Via Shortest Route Leave Amarillo, Tex., 11:00 A. M. Arrive Pampa, Tex., 12:30 P. M. Leave Pampa, Tex., 12:40 f. M. Arrive Okla. City, Okla., 6:40 P. M. NO CHANGE OF BUSES (lose Connections to All Eastern Point* New Equipment. Reclining Chairs. Safe, Competent Driven Fastest Time to the East, Northeast »nd Southeast SAVE TIME! SAVE MONEY! RIDE PANHANDLE STAGES, Inc. PAMPA BUS TERMINAL 115 South Russell Phone 171 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL _•• «••• . • PAMPA The Best IB EVERY BUSINESS The Finest la EVERY PROFESSION 24 HOUR MECHANICAL SERVICE "BEAR" FRAME & AXLE WORK COMPLETE BRAKE SERVICE HIGH PRESSURE WASHING SPECJAWZEp '.If 1 - — Accountants J. R. ROBT 412 Cpmbs-Worley, R. 880W, Of 787 Attorneys PHILIP WOLFE 20| Conibs-Woriey Bid?., Ph. 1289 Auditors —See Accountant* Bakerie* PAMPA BAKERY Fre4 Sch»"ner, 115 W. Foster, P 81 Boilers J. M. PEERING Boiler & Welding Works, 1006 S. Barnes, Phone 298 Cafes CANARY SANDWICH SHOP 3 Poors East Rex Theatre, Ph. 760 Churches FIRST BAPTJS? P9URPII 9, E. CITY OF PAMPA Bd, City Dvpnjent, City HI Ph. 384 City Health Dept, City HI. Ph. 1183 City Mgrs. Office, City HJ. Ph. 1180 City Pump Stn, 700 N. Ward, Ph. 1 CUy Wtr. & Tx. Ofo. City HI. P1181 Fire Station, 803 W. Foster, Ph. 60 Police Station, Ph. 555 County Office* GRAY, COUNTY OF, OT. HOUSE Auditor & Treasurer, Ph. 105J Constable's Office Phont 77 County Clerk, Phone 467 Cnty. Fin. Agt., Hm, Pmstr. Ph. *4« County Judge, Phone 837 District Clerb, Phone 785 Justice of Peace PI. No. 1, PH. 77 Justice of Peace No. 2, Phone 622 Sheriff's Office, phone 845 Supt. Public Instruction, Ph. 1084 Tax Assessor, Phone 1047 Tax Collector, Phone 603 Sherman White, Phone 1231 Hotels MARIE HOTEL 307 H West Foster Ave. Phone 9526 Insurance M. P, DOWNS AGENCY Combs-Worlcy Bldg., Phone Ml Laundries - Cleaner* VOUR LAUNDRY * DRY CLNRS. 301-09 E. Francis, Phone 675 Machine Shops JONES-EVERETT MCH, CQ. Barnes * Frederick Sts., Phone ?4? Motor Freight Linen LEE WA¥ »JQf OB 500 West Brown, Phoije 270 Plumbers DAVIS PLUMBING CO. 118 W. Foster Phone 33? R. C, STOREY PLUMBING J3fl. 538 South Cuyler Phone 359 t Printing PAMPA DAILY NEWS Phone 660 Schools Baker E. Tube Phpne 931 High SehopJ 183 W, Fnweto PI*. ?•» Horace Mann N. Banks Phone 931 Junior Biffh 186 W. Francis, P,W» Lama*, 301 Puyje;, Phone ^57 Houston, fOO N. Frost School Garage, 706 N. Roy MoMUJen, Court tw>^ rp-pw Supt. Pub. pohlS, 123 W. FTPlS,PiW Woodrow Wilson, E. Brnlnj, Ph.6M Transfer & Storage PAMPA fBANSfEjR ft 8TO, (H* *lQQ ¥PCSt BrOf*™ 1 Wltnn» 1 (Wall * •• ' Bonded

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