Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on July 1, 1947 · Page 8
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"*,--rE?"^ ^-7^" >, .,-••• , Market Briefs 15 * stager YORK. .Tune SO—(fiV-Timid oetitered on Mis and special .In today's stock market, a mahlhK new highs for the year, but the majority remained In 5,j, ctlonal range ami many leaders ola little or notnlng. Aside from a moderate upward fitrrry around midday, dealing slackened after a fairly active opening. while phis Jnarks running to a point or So predominated at ihp clnse, numerous plvotals were unchanged or down a shade. Transfers for the full (stretch held to the vicinity of 70(1,000 shares. Growing full shortages buoyed the petroleum group with tops for 1H47 reached by such favorites as .shamrock. Texas Co., Standard of Cat., and Shell -Union. t". S. Steel and Bethlehem retained modest advances despite the sharpest drop of the year in this week's Ingot •output. Ahead were Chrysler, Central Motors. Sears Roebuck, International Harvester. Joy Mfg., Dii Pont, ShPTiley. 1.'. P. <!ypsum and Creat Northern Railway. Bonds were uneven. NEW YORK STOCKS (1?y The Assdcialed Press) Am Airlines . . Am Tel & Tel Am Woolen Anaconda <V.p Anderson-Clayt Ati'h T*SK .'. Aviation i 'orp Beth Steel Bi-anlff Alrw . Chrysler Corfi Cent Motors 5 r v i Co'.H Oil Bel 'J6 I2V| Curt las Wright in 4-^ Frpeport Sulph "i 43 Gen Elec IS 33'4 Oen Motors fil fiO 1 ^ Uootlrk-h (RF) :', 51% (Ireyhound C'orp ?3 !>''« C.iilf Oil "7 68 »4 Houston Oil . 17 21'.i Tut rrnrvester S SS% Kan City South 1 20 1 )'. IxH-khred Aln.- 12 U'U Me i-Kan-Texas li •!"« MnntK Ward 2" r>!l Xatlnnnl (!yps II IS'i Xo Am A via . 4 7'i Ohio mi .. i« 25'i Packard Aftr MO 7'j Tan Am Air 22 ld-V» Panhandle r.tf! IS 7'-i Penney (JO) .. 12 41 Phillips Pet .. -I 50 Plymouth Oil.. '< 2:)% Pun- Oil -. 71 25 ; V, . Hadio (V.rp Am 22 S'.s Rppiililic fence! 2'. 2-1 H. Pours Kochilck fi2 XS Sii'flnir Oil . ITS 1/V", Si-onny Vac . 110 11:% Smithi'i-P Pac 12 41 Stand 'Oil Cnl «n fin Stand Oil 1ml SI 41% Stand Oil X.I D7 7fi~« Sun nil 1 57V, Texas Co. .. 11 (M'!(, Tex Culf Prod SI II'.. Ttx IHilf Sulph f, r.2',:i Tev Par CA-n 17 33% Tide \\'MI A Oil 25 2IH!, r. S. Kultl>ev 22 -IK r. S. Stei-l HI fi«T<i ;t I'll Tel A !> 20 I'/J 41T< .15V, 1 1 -yd 4H r<s'i IS' 4 7'<< 24--?, SS'.i 37 'i 15 »(i Ifi'ii •I OH ">!>•"•; 40% 42 43 24 % 8SU 4 ,^ is Vi 25'4 41 23% 24% as 60 41% r>4Vi 14?;. 52 V 4 33T's 20 'A 4.VT, fifiV, 20 .... THOMPSON GLASS .... & PAINT CO. 119 W. Foster Phone 1079 CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO, .!iu\o 30-.. l/PV -Corn fu- ii-i's prU't's ellmjirrt more than 4 e.'MIs- a. lHishf-1 at timew today, with the .luty delivery pasKinR the S2.00 mark anaiii. Wheat and onts \vere not tnr Ik'hiiul. Kntning about 2 1o !'. (.••n's lat'. 1 in the MPsslon. \Vhi-at elused 2 to 3'- K cenlK lilglier thun (hi' invviinis finish. July ?!MS r )i. corn was up 2 !1 I to 4 cents, July S'J.oni,-'^., ;ind oats were to 'J r "< cents higher. July IiS'i-'V,. FORT WORTH GRAIN •'( >!;T \vonTfr. June 150 (.'Pj-.-'Whea Xo. I hard. 2.21-2ii. Oal» Xo. '1 white J12-0:.. Corn Xo. 2 white L'.lil-fi.l. S'orphuins N'o. 2 yellow mllo, nei t-roi). per Hit) His 2.fil-7i). CHICAGO GRAIN TABLE CIIICMUI, June SO -Iff)- . .AVlimit: npi-n ilish .Low Close Jly i'.ltr", 2.19 2.1l"!i 2.18%-! 2. 12-12'i 2.1t! 212 2.157'n-l 2.11'a- !l .i 2.1. r i t 2.11'i 2.M.y,'l KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK K AX WAS C1TV. JUIIP Bit—(fl 1 )—ViUS HA)- t'attli.', 11.200: ualVes. 1!)00; IHTK .•Jiiire steers consisted i;ood nnd ehoic grade se.tlluii K.'. 50-27.50; 4 load i ; lup|i.'e mostly medium weights 2S.OO. ."iO lo packers; KeaUereil shipment medium nnd good steers 21.00-25.00 ^~n?^7_ and mixed ygatTtmt* .-j heifers at 26.76 and softie held above IhAt; nwat tnetJIum and j»ood fed lielf- ci's KO.OO-2B.50; odd lots common arid medium grassers 13.00-lS.OO; 5 loads good strong- weight rarifcfe fat cows J9.00; lop medium flnd good kinds ts.00-lfi.co In loads lota; common and mMlhim largely 12.00-1S.OO; few lots good and choice venlcrs 20.00-2S.OO; lonrt lots top Bootl and choice stock steers 21.00-22.40. Hogs, 4000; Rood and choice 170-240 Ih 24.50-75; 250-2SO Ib 23.00-24.25;; 290310 Ib 21.50-22.76; sows mostly 18.00-75; few 19.00. Sheep. 9500; moderately active, opening' sales Texas spring lambs and clipped lams fully steady; several cars medium to good Texas spring lambs 10.5020.2S; good to choice natives held above 23.60; common and medium Texas clipped lambs and yearlings 17.00-50. FORT WORTH LIVESTOCK FORT WORTH, June 30—yP)—Cattle •1,800; calves 1,600; medium to- good yearlings and heifers 16.00-23.50; common Hinds 11.00-15,00; good fat cows 15.riO-17.00; common to medium cows 12.0(1-15.00; bulls 10.50-15.50; good and choice fat calves 18.50-22.00; common to medium 12.00-18.00; stocker and feeder Calves, yearlings and steers 15.00-21.00; some steer and heifer alvt.-s 21.00; stoclter cows 9.00-13.00. Hogs SCO; good and choice 280-400 Ib 22.00-24.25; good nnd choice 150175 Ib 23.7il-24.7fi: sows IS.00-20.00; stockyr pigs 17.00-23.00.' ShoeH 15,000; practically no yearlings sol dat in:.'!0 o'clock with sharply low- pr; medium to choice spring lambs 20.00-22.50; common to medium spring Itimbs 13.00-1!).00; shorn aged sheep •1.00-S.2",; .shorn f coder lambs 12.0014.00. NEW ORLEANS COTTON NEW Om.,EAN T S, June 30— (If)— Cotton futures advanced hero today on buying, stimulated by fnvoralile textile rcpnrt.M and claims of the heaviest boll weevil tnCc.stltfl.Uau ii\ South Carolina in years. i.'losliiK prices were steady. ?l.tr> n bale higher lo five cents lower. Ope.n Jiy .. S1.45 Get H2.75 l>i?f :U.73 M,eh 31.17 .May :!0.l>5 31.37 31.39 3o.ni IjOW 37. -10 32.BO rinse 37..10 32.75-70 fiy MAftEL H6Wfe FAftf^HAM "' " ~~ " w "-"™''" 4 ™ 1 af,, ni- i -j 31.70 31.8C.90i 31.34 S0.7& 31.1 30.0.1 Skellytown News SKELLYTOWN— (Special)— Mrs. Bert Castleberry ir spending her vacation visiting in San Francisco. Mrs. Harry Stevens and Raymond Stevens of San Diego are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Colson of Stan- clind cninp. Paul Thurmond has been dismissed from a Borger hospital and is reported to be getting along nicely. Miss Jeannine Conycrs of Pampa visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Norton nnd Eddie Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ouerin and son of Liberal, Kims, nnd Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Ball of Los Angeles have been visiting their mother, Mrs. Dena Guerin and brother, Henderson Larry. The Stanolind Company held their annual picnic at Lake McClellan Friday. Judy Hand spent Friday night with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Stevens in Panhandle. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Echaid of Tyler are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Buck During. Mr. and Mrs. K O. Hemphlll and children have returned from a two weeks vacation spent visiting various points in California. Mr. and Mrs. Doc Colgrove and daughter of Decatur are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Neal Parks, and Mr. Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Wilson left Saturday for a two week's vacation trip to Oklahoma and Arkansas. Dale Wall of Fort Worth is working in the wheat harvest here. He is a former Skellytown resident. Mrs. Ben Hand and Mrs. Tom O&ts spent Thursday in Pampa visiting Mrs. Steve Oates and sons. Mrs. Evelyn Regan, Kermit, nnd Mrs. Lenard Bryunt, Dallas, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ben Palmerton and family. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Estes and amily have returned from a trip to Dallas. The showpiece of all 1947 cars I The Champion...The Commander eartr&*lopg-wheelbase Land Cruiser ostwar dream can •CVERYONE knows there is no •*-< mistaking a postwar Studebaker for any other automobile. You can identify this showpiece of all the 1947 cars a block away. It's this year's dream car, too, in riding comfort, handling ease and brilliant performance. • Self-adjusting brakes^"b|ack light" dash dials—wide-vision windows—it's a completely new car in features as well as stylel LEWIS MOTOR N,'WU*rd- ' A LL this -while I had not sceti , Annabelle except at a distance. One hot July morning when Flora came running up our steps, she 'was obviously bursting with im- .portant news. It Was Annabelle, she got out. Annabelle was going to be married that very night, to a man none of them had ever seen. Annabelle herself had never laid eyes on him till yesterday. He was ,a widower with four children, a graduate. of Harvard. Annabelle claimed he was very well off. It 'had all been arranged a month or six weeks ago, but Annabelle never said a single word about him until this'morning. "But I thought you said she met him just yesterday," I exclaimed. "I did. She did. But she and this Frank have been corresponding for a long time. Some traveling man told Sister about Frank and that he was terribly lonely, but terribly shy, and the children running wild and needing a mother and looking after. And then he went back and told Frank he had met just the girl for him. He even had a snapshot of Sister. 'And then Frank sent Sister a little note, and Sister answered, and Frank sent back his picture and a picture of his house—it's a very nice house —and his children, and they went on writing, and finally they arranged for Frank to come on and see Sister and if they liked each other to get married immediately. And today is the day. He's in Bing- hamtpn at the moment on business. Imagine thinking of business on his wedding day!. He's coming here at four o'clock," "What does he look like?" I finally got in. "Well, his picture—it's in a family group—is sort of blurred. He's tall and has a lot of hair, and the children are darlings, all boys. The youngest is five and the oldest thirteen. What do you suppose Sister will do with fqur lively boys? When f asked her, she just sort of smiled. She, has all her trousseau, bought pri the sly; so she must have made', up her mind to marry him longibefore sh* saw him. Amy and Mother insisted the wedding shcmld be at their house, at Sister's own home, but Sister said no, Sam was the older brother-in-law, and anyway she wanted Sam to give her away. You and your fatiier, are the only people invited to the wedding except the immediate family. Be at my house at a quarter to eight sharp." * * * T ASKED if I could help in any way. I could in every way. There were flowers to be picked and arranged, food to be ordered. Sam had yet to be told the news and persuaded to give the bride away. "Nelson ought to do that," I said. "Considering -that Annabelle and Sam fight like cats and dogs, you would think that Annabelle would prefer Nelson, if she has to be given away. Or your mother. Your mother gave you away, I remember." "Well, that was my wedding. This is Sister's. Poor Sister ought to have what she wants at her own wedding. And you know as well as I .. ." Flora broke off, and her eyes filled with tears. "Oh, Louise, she doesn't know him at ! And she's going away with riim tonight . . . alone. He may be a thief or a murderer or have lialf a dozen wives. I ... I can't bear it!" "Flora, dear, this Frank may be the very nicest man you've ever met. What does Annabelle say about him? Does she seem pleased? Happy? Excited?" Flora shook her head. "She juct seems triumphant. She loved telling Mother and Amy. She got us all together this morning and told us just what I've told you. Mother began to CEJU and is aft fexcelleAt arfart|eiftelrt l v tt! making.' Then sh6 look us tftj- stairs*and sfioflred us hfer troTis- seau and told-me just what shs Wanted for her Wedding—no supper, just sanattieftes and champagne. But I'm having ehickert and stoeetbtead salad and a wed* ding cake. It would be heathenish to be married without a wedding cake " Flora and I spetit a busy day, and Flora soon cheered up, as she always did «rhen she was having a party. * * * T GOT home at five o'clock, too A excited to be tired. Suddenly T remembered that I had no wedding present for Annabelle. Well, we could send something later. Father had gone to call on the bridegroom, and I could hardly wait for him to get home. I was on the front.porch and Leah at the screen door as Father climbed the steps. "What's he like" I called out. "I swear 1 don't know," Father said, dropping heavily into a porch chair. "The man's a gentleman, [ should say, about 40, not bad- looking, but there's something about him I don't like. His eyes are too close together, and his lips are too red. On the other hand behaved very well. It was a Tying situation. Sam and Nelson n loco parentis asked him a lot of very personal questions, and he answered them nil very'frankly and sensibly. He owns a small optical factory in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, and makes about ten thousand a year, good years, so that financially Annabelle is doing well for herself. He furnished Sam nnd Nelson with nil sorts of )ankers' references, the name of his family clergyman, 'and a list of his clubs. Of cours«> they won't have time to investigate them, but hey think and 1 think that Mr. Hartwsll spoke, the absolute truth and that all in all Annabelle is [etting quite a catch." "Well, that's gorgeous," I said, 'but I still think there's something queer about a man who has to pick out a perfect stranger hi order to get married." (To Be Continued) If You Want to Buy, Sell or Trade, Use a News Classified PoliHcs Charged In A &M Report CfOtLECJt! S'fAfidfT —fM— Me* summer term officers of the Veterans Students 'Association of Texas A. & M. College were on record today as asserting that political expediency dictated .-the findings of the majority of the joint legislative committee which recently «m- ducted an Investigation of the school's affairs. ' In a special statement the officers also renewed the group's criti^- cism of A.&M. President Gibb Gil- Christ Gilchrlst. was recognized in the statement as qualified as "an engineer and politician" but the officers added they do not "accept his abll i ity as an educator or leader." "Unhealthy conditions which caused this legislative investigation." the statement said, "are still in existence on this campus." These criticisms of the joint legislative committee were-contained in the statement: 1. The committee called only eight of 60 witnesses the veterans claim could have collaborated their as- AWAY SKIN BLEMISHESI <L<iret Porw 'Cxftmal Act* AU RESPOND TO AMAZING NEW (Permit* 7011 NtGHT MASK works to correct your skin troubles while you sleep] This new medicated lotion with rich laaolln base gives thrilling results overnight. Wok* o» >tt the morning to new beatity, • complexion that Klows with •mazing freshness. Leaves skin • »oft and smooth aa n child'*. Try NIGHT MASK tonlghtl One np. plication will convince you nm- ppllcstlon size (plus Uxl Hduli Apjswve* Olrf Vets' PensSoH Raise feday voted 336-<J fdr ft »> percent Ihcreftse Jrt p'efislon yayriierfts W gpahiah-Anierlcafti CJivli Wftf, 'fioSer ftebelHon and Philippine Instated- i tion veterans and their *i.dWVOhd children. The Senate has ndt ifft acted. Present rates range frotfi $46 to $iCf6 monthly. The'Veterans Admintstratioti estimated the fifst-yeflr Cost of the Increase at $28,938,000, and Said It Would decline thereafter. sertions. 2. Their lawyers .were not allow* ; ed to cross-examine witnesses fit thft committee hearings. 3. Said that 12 hours sjient on the A.&M. campus was not adequate to "analyze at first hand the disturbing conditions so long jDfe* velant on this campus." MORE FUN In Your Vacation Travel WITH THIS COMPLETI PRE-VACATION D Tune-up the engine for top performance. s D Lubricate the chassis; Q Inspect the transmission »na differential lubricant*; O Change motor oil; insfree* Q Test brakes—Adjust If needed. ... • D Inspect windshield wipergj lights and steering. THE PRICE? Probably less than you expect ro pay, SERVICE THE PlACi TO STOP BEFORE YOU GO Boyles Kash Co. 114 S. Frost Phone 130 LEVINE'S HOLIDAY SPECIALS For WeA & Thur. Ladies'BLOUSES Match your vacation outfit with one of our Ship 'n Shore Blouses of assorted stripes or plain white BLUE JEANS "Dittos" Blue Jeans for the younger miss. These are strictly sensational for the young Hepcat. Sizes 10 to 14 Lovable Brassieres? Just received a large shipment of "Lovable" bras- 'sieres. Sizes 30 »o 40 All sizes in Nursing $O49 Brassieres . A Play Suits and Sun Dresses Seersucker, chambray and wash silks. Two-piece styles, siripes and prints— Peddle Pushers Keep cool on your vacation in shorts or peddle pushers. Colors of red, white or Wue, made of sanforized cotton twill— Shorts . . . Peddle Pushers $279 WOMEN'S Bathing SUITS Ladies, don't forget your bathing suit on that vacation you are thinking about. We, have a wide selection to choose from. Made of Lastex or Jersey, completely lined. Smart printed design^— $ SPORT SHIRTS A final close-out of men's Sport Shirts, short or long sleeves, printed or solid colors. Men'SWIM TRUNKS One large group men's Bathing Trunks, made of wool J-astex with sewed in strap. Colors of maroon and blue. Sizes 3 2 to38 Women's MOCCASINS Another sensational value in our Shoe Department, ladies 1 brown or white moccasins, Sizes 4 to 8, Formerly priced to , $3.9$,,,,;, DOWNSTAIRS SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY FLOCKED Cotton Print A wide selection of colors and patterns. Regular values 39 C TOWELS Stock up pfi your supply of tow els now, at Levine's low p^pe, Face towels and largo Turkish towels BOYS' BLUE JEANS Dickie Brand -— riveted of points of (4 7Q Strain, Sires M I * a Hi" 'I forge! |»«yiiw' „ kit sale, Lay^-way yoi needs now, pay 50c dow small payment everf " i ' » ' ' * y ,,-j^^g^

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