Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1959 · Page 25
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 25

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, February 22, 1959
Page 25
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THE PAMFA UAJ.L,* SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1959 Ccharter members,, (Courtesy Mary Ellen, Penney's. | Jack Langford, Tom Rose Mo- Ruth Mftrce-11, Panhandle Lum-; 1 ™*; Lawrence Langwell, Citizens ftber; Harold McMurray. Montgom-j Bank and Tniat. cry Ward; Margaret Mo.L Cod/ Tommy Mullins, Field's M e n H Chamber of Commerce, i w car; Etoy Mitchell, Anthony's. Honor Roll Of Pampas Leading Friendly Folk who hpfrin receive honorable mcnlhm for living voted in the* fop 23 Men ant! Top 25 Women as Pampa'* Friendliest, Most Courteous Employee. Montgomery Ward - AHc« Mil-, Rex Ros* - LllUsft JtfHIA. lei Humble Marketing Culberson Chevrolet — Harry E. t* Carlson and John R. Whelchel. * ¥ National tank Company — Joe Y< t L Wells. - F. E. Foxworth «• Oftlbvalth Uimblf Company — C, B. Lutes. ^ (§ YEAR Hazel Sherer, Zale's; T o m m y '„ V TOP 25 MEM. .. OP 25 * • ! Shoes; Corrine Taylor, B and O " Art Rhode, Post Office; Ann jHoslery. Richmond, Furr's; Mrs. Montci o nje wilhelm, Video Theatres. Riltcr, Crelney'8, i « R6 v Bradbury, Burton's Tire Clara Sdxton, Panhandle Pack. Company; Vi Burgess, Dunlap's, ing Company; Dick Steddum, C&M 'Virginia Beard, Richard Drug- Television; Lester Shanks, Dun-! Jean Bell, County Tax Office. lap's; Donald Smith, Anthony's. ., ! Carl Cantrell. Post Office; Lee Velda Thompson, B&B Goldsmith Dairy Prodmacy: John Truly, Wilson Drug:!ucts; Joyce Cole, Dunlap's; Er- Penny Tlmms,. First National nest L. Crocker, City Street De- Bank; Charles Tingle, White's. . 'partment: Earl Collins, Clyde Ray Williams, Kite Food; John (Jonas Motor Company. White, Pursley's; Mrs. J. Wood, I Zelma Hudson. F. W. VV o o Ii*deal 1: Clyde White, Post Office, i worth; Dorothy Huffines, High- Vaughn Young, B&B Pharmacy, hand General Hospital; Frank Her- Tom Adams, Post Office. jnandez, Malcolm Hinkle; Clat- Joe Bynum, Buddy's Super Mar- 'once Hale, Noblitl-Coffee Pontia< , 1\el; Loyce Blocker, Court House! James Hosklns. American Nation- Cafe; Babe Brauscum, Diamond ;al Insurance Company; George Well Service. Jerry Compton, Ward; Office. Mrs. Harold Perry Lee Choafe, Posti ; Hancock. Sullins Plumbing. Montgomery; Thelma Malone, While's Auto Phillip Dalton, McLellan's; Daugherty, Ideal No. 2. Lillie Edwards, C. R. Anthony; Joy Enloe, Levine's. J. M. Fitzgerald. Boy Scout office; Virginia Flaherty, (Joinery Ward. » Delbert Groves. Monarch Hard\J'Hie: Kileen Greer, Waters Ac- Counting Office. • '- Bill Harris, First National Bank; •Magiircite Hill. Moses. Mrs. G, Inman. Service Cleaners; Jack Imel, Citizen's Bank and Trust Company. 7 Yvonne Jones. Texas Furniture. - B. E. Jackson, Barber Shop. Mrs. Eloise Kitto. Dunlap's. Nelle Keene, Bentley's. Virginia Lyles, Cretney Drug Frances Lam, Citizen's Bank. Robert Morris, J. C. Penney. Hilton Burrow, Yellow Cab Wallace Bruce, Bruce and Transfer; Frances Bradley, lap's. Hazel Carllon, Richard Kffio Cox, M. E. Moses Darrell Davis, First Bank. Store; Doris McCIure. Moore's Beauty Salon; Lola Medkeif. Gilbert's; Dale McK'eon, Davis Elet trie; Gerald Montgomery. Citi zen's Bank and Trust Company Kenneth Melson, C&M Television D. L. Mackie. Shamrock Products Mont- Company; Wanda Mangus. McLelhin's: Sunny Muncrief. Citizen's Bank and Trust Company Johnny Pitrock, Simmons Service Station; Juanila Perkins, Fabric Center; Ronnie Payne, Dunlap's. Beverly Russell. Highland General Hospital; Mrs. Bob Robert-? Levine'n: Lois Reid, Highland General Hospital: L. 0. R o e n- Hughes Building iicldt. Overlon Clinic; Buddy Reamer, Citizen's Bank and Trust Company: Bob Roberts, Santa Fe Railway Express; James Robertson, Dixie Parts and Supply. Wanda Smith, Fannon Supply Company: Dorothy Sradcr. Johnson's Cafe: Libby Shotwell. Red Cross Office; Guy Smith, Ward's Super Market: C. L. Sandford, Ideal Fnorl Store Number 3: D. Scott, Post Office; John Spink« Western Supply; Roy Sparkman Security Federal: John Sclioolfield, i Lynn Boyd Lumber Company. Sons: Dun- Drug; Co. National' Mary Rller, J. C. Penny Co. ' J. M. Fitzgerald, Wilson Drug. Elmer Garrison, Buddy's Market. * Mrs. M. D. Hood. Gordon, Gor- Vlon and Buz/aid; Elmer Holly, Montgomery Ward. ' Ola Isbell, Lcvines. Mrs. Bessie Kasomen, Ideal No. 1. Glen F. Thomas. Pampa Safety Lane; Alford Thompson. Buddy's . Super Market: Jay' Thompson. , Pampa Tent and Awning Com- 'pany; Glenda Taylor, Hi - Land Drive Inn j Virgie W e s n e r, Montgomet\ [Ward; Margaret Washington, School Tax Office; Robert Wright, , Kurr's. BOB ALLFORD, Texas Furniture Co. JIMMY BAIRD, Joy's Grocery & Mkt. LLOYD BENNETT, IGA Food Liner ROY BOGUE, Rddcliff Supply Co. JOE BYNUM, Buddy's Super Market DAVID CALDWELL, Hawkin's Rod. Lab, TOMMY CLARK, Ideal No. 1 JERRY COMPTON, Montgomery Ward HENRY CRUMP, Buddy's Super Mkt. GLEN DAWSON, Texas Furniture MELVIN DAWSON Field's Men's Wear BILL ELKINS, Heath's Men's Wear RUBEN HOWELL, Montgomery Ward JACK LANGFORD, Tom Rose Motor Co. JOHNNY LEE, First National Bank BILL LYLES, Anthony's JIMMY M ALONE, Smjth's Shoes TOMMY MULLINS, Field's Men's Wear GENE O'BRIAN, J C. Penney Co. CLYDE OSWALT, Malone Pharmacy OTTO RICE Dunlap's CARL SEXTON, IGA Food Liner CECIL TROLLINGER, Montgomery Ward ERNEST WATERS, Plain's Creamery JIGGS WEATHERLY, Montgomery Ward ALMA ASH, Zale's Jewelry MAGDALENE ARCHER, Co. Tax Office. JUANITA BIGGS, F. W. Woolworth Co. VIRGINIA COX, Zale's Jewelry CHARLENE CROSS, Ideal No, 1 MATTIE CROWSON- Gilbert's DIXIE DIXON, Highland General Hos. WINNIE FLOWERS, Dunlap's MODIE GARRISON, Gilbert's HATTIE HARMON, J C. Penney Co. IDA MAE HENLEY, Ward's Minit Mart VIVIA HOLMAN, Ideal No. 3 BESSIE INMAN, Service Cleaners DOROTHY KLOTZ, Richard Drug BILLIE KUESICH, Highland Hospital LUCY LINES, Zale's Jewelry RENA MADDRELL, Jay's Groc. & Mkt. AUDENE MATHENY, Coney Island Cafe ERMA McWRIGHT, Smith's Shoes COLLEEN NEAL, Sw. Bell Telephone Co. EMMA OLSEN, B&B Pharmacy DOYCE SHELTON, Tarpley's Mel. Man. MABEL TEAGUE, Montgomery Ward DOROTHY TEAKELL, Merlie's Cafe JO YOUNG, C&M Television Pampa Office Supply Salutes Its Employees Everything For The Office Hallmark Greeting Cards Harold Miller 211 N.Cuyler MO 4-3353 Bill Mgr. Don Crump Cliarle* limit LKON GILHKKT si. *:. Ready to Wear ~,\ *""» . J Hughes Companies — Bob Williams, K. L. Campbell. A. C, How- aid, Jack Dunn, Charlie Fleming, Bill Ballard, V. T. Griffin, Albert Childers, Jack Childers find Joe Fischer. Citizen's Bank and Trust Company — Clyde T. Durham and Freda LeMond. Montgomery Ward -- R. Hem-ell and A. L. Smith. Scaliest Plains Division — Willie Albritton. Video Theatres! •— Joel Hunnl- cut and "Elmer Newton. Levlne'd — Joe Enloe fljid Lucille Turner. C. R. Anthony — Hattie H. Hindman. American National Insurance Company — Ernest. Baird, R, V. Rodgers and W. B. Johnson. Culberson Chevrolet — Perry 0. Franklin. Ideal Food Number 1 -•- Hugh Peeples, Hansford Ousley ft n d J. W. Daniel*. Fannon Supply Company — Beft D. Ward. Nationa.1 Tank Company — Mrl. Joe L. Wells. Bovaird Supply Company--"Fii* zy'' Bonner., .T. C. Penney — Mrs. Mafy P*. Eller and M:*s Shirley J. Ricgel. Dorothy Klatz and F. L. SUll* ings. The Cree Companies - Cliflofl i Blanks, D. R. Brown, H e r m * n Isanchea and Frank Mitcham. i Foxworth • Galbraith Lumber Company — B. L. McEver. Newton Furniture -Mrs. Nellie Newton. Mr.«. Ch&rlen* Capemart. Pam- non Drive 6 10 Sewict ttcmot White's Store •••- Lucia n Young, i Charles Tingle and Joe Singleton. ! Pampa Hardware Company --Hazel Franklin and Maxine Eth-- iidge. Newton Furniture -- C. V. Newton. The Cree Companies -- Frank Arthur, Ralph Collingsworth, W. H. Heuston, B. E. Linn and Anabel Simmons. Neal Sparks Cleaners -- Betty Burdick. Richard Drug — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tooley. J. C. Penney — Eugene P. O'Brien. Eugene J. Barnes, Mrs. ! Naomi Mattock. Mrs. Hattie Holt! Harmon. Mrs. Nelda Monday and Mrs. Nell Kinsey. l Humble Marketing Department Doc Cagle and James Massey. Ford's Youth Store — Mrs. Cordelia Mayes. Rex Rose Hulon Hooper, W. C. Hogan, Wayne Hopkins. Chester Potter and Winford Swain. National Tank Company — Roy Willson. Fannon Supply Company — A. T. Morris*. Smith Quality Shoes — I r m a McWright. Motor Inn — Robert G. Band, Tohn Paul McKinley and Don Taylor. Southwestern Investment Company -- R. R. Gardner and A. P. Doucette. Jerry Boston Grocery And Market — B. F. Smith. Ideal Food Number 1 — Lewis Bpps and Tommy Clark. Culberson Chevrolet — F,. A. McLennan and James SchauK Ideal Steam Laundry — Doris Hunt. American National Insurance Company — P. K. Mariner and A. L. West. Paul Crossman Appliance Company -- Paul Crossman Jr. and David Crossman. Levine's — Virga Tharp and Anna Batch. Bob Clements — Ruth Phillip* and Leatrice Clements. Beacon Supply Company — J. M. Gill and Carlos J. Griss -m, Caldwell's Drive In — W. M. Windom. Video Theatres — Jack Peercy and Norman Riggs. Scaliest Plains Division K. L. Waters and Red Turlington. Ideal Forxi Number 2 — Ge.-rg* Knight and Harold Dougherty. Montgomery Ward -- W. G. Me; Comas, Bobby Brunnett, Milton Wylie and Ruth Mosley. ' Ideal Food Number 3 -- John Schlumbohm, V. Holeman, Ray Babb and Connie King. Hughes Companies — Allen Hall. T. W. Farwell, Tom Davis, Delbert Groves. Hershel Fift and Garland Beal. Meet The Folks At n .f* -*» LADIES READY-TO-WEAR EMPLOYEES JAM VALUES VIRGINIA MCDOXAU) Credit Mgr. M.vrriK CKOWSIIN Keadv U> Hear JOVt K 11 \KIUN Bookkeeper BVKl Sportswear C4BUJ.VN HI l*i»0>. Stock i outrol

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