Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1959 · Page 26
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 26

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C-2 •THE PAMPA OAfcY NEWS 22, 1959 Rlsl Year (charter members.. J Jimmy Baird, Jay's Grocery; Mrs. Kenneth Beavers, Ward's. Billy Joft Cox, Food Center; Mrs. i Mary Cantrell. Sears. Roebuck .t Coirinany; Mrs. Fred Cody, Ideal No. '?: Patr,cia Caldwell, Melody Manor. Deri ell Davis, First Nation- II Bank; PvUby Doggett, Levine's. Perry Franklin, Culberson'a. Jerry Ga<*e, IGA Food Liner. 0. D. Hale. Noblitt-Coffee Ponli- RC; Conner Hirks, Post Office; Juanita Hubbard, Caldw?ll's; C. B. Homer, Lynn Boyd Lumber Co.; Darrell Kaa?, First National Bank: Mitild," 1 Horton. Richard D r u g. May Jenkins. F. W. Woolworth; Georgia Johnson, Fraser Insurance; Bobbie Johnson. Dunlap's. Eldon Knight, Blake Country Store: Leroy Kreizmcier, First National Bank. Vina Largont. J. C. Penney. Bill Leonard, Furr's; Ha- HEIGHT OF FASH10N- Comedicnnc Carol Chanmntf peeks out from beneath the towering coiffure she sports v/hile appearing at a New York night spot. It's a space-age creation dubbed the "Missile Cone." Studded with diamonds, it's valued at an astronomical $500,000. iti»»mi»m««»*«»«»«»ni* 7,el Lorkhart, Kelly and t-ay- cock Clinic. Ruth Moseley, Montgomery Ward: Eunice McMillan, First National Bank; Bob Mitchell. Foster's; Henry McCelland, Motor Inn; James Malone, Smith's Quality Shoes; Cnssie McPherson, Levine's. Alice Mallock, J. C. Penney; Lloyd Maxwell. J. C. Penney; Lois Mil'ligan, Malone Pharmacy. Selma Northcut, F. W. Woolworth; Ken Nelson. C&M Television. Max Presnell, Texas Furniture. Leora Rose, First National; Bank; Jerry Richardson, B, F.; Goodrich; Wesley Reeves. Holmes. Conoco Station; Ernest Rose, Sing-! er Sewing Center. j Daphine Snuggs. Levine's; Ver-. non Stuckey. Hughes Building Bar-; her Shop; Buster Strickland,; Thompson Hardware; Doyce She!-: ton, Tarpley's. • Virga Thorp, Levine's; Herb Tanner, Plains Sealtest Dairy. Floyd Wntson, Citizen's Bank; ; Dick Wilson, Malone Pharmacy; i Charles Wyatt, Furr Food; Melvan Wilson. Citv Hall. Ruth Broxon, Ollie's Cafe; Mona Blanton, Voss Cleaners; Mrs. W. Beck. Montgomery Ward; Omer Bybee, Sears, Roebuck: Barbara Board, Ideal Food Store No. 1; Melba Brace, Moore's Beauty Salon; Ronald Beard, Ideal No. 1; Kaye Burkhart. Johnson's Cafe; Kern Bain. Behrman's. ' Ruby Cox. Dunlap's; Connie jCates," Empire Cafe; Bertha •Chambers, Franklin's: Teddy IJean Chase. Empire Cnfe. '• C. R. Howard, Security Federal; ; Velma Henderson, Malone P h a rImacy: Mrs. H. S. Hammons, Highland General Hospital; Jessie Hol- ilingsworth. Texas Furniture Com- ipany; Zane Hall, Pampa Paint 'and Glass. I June Scott, Dunlap's; Mayme jSymonds. Penney's; Edna. Mae jspinks. Highland General Hospital; Leota Swonn, Malone Pharmacy: Sue Springer. City Tax Office; i Lyndon Sanders. Post Office: Win- Word Swain. Rex Rose Motor Company: Robot Speck. Buddy's Sniper" Market: Kenneth Sanders, SPaul Grossman Appliance Company. : Abhie Thompson. Highland General Hospital; Vickie Thompson, Highland General Hospital; Her. man Topper. Southwestern Public Service; "Red" Turlington. Plains .Creamery; R. L. Thompson, City : of Pampa: Orvitle Terry. Ideal Steam Laundry: Jerry Trice, Harold Newman's .Shop. ; Herb Unterman. Levine's. BEHRMAN'S PRF^IDENT—Embroidered eggshell m a S emone box was presented to Gen. Mohammad Ayub Khan ptin's martial law president. An artist, known only as Vakiluddin, used heavy gold thread to e "). bTr . o ' d ^ v ?f. irth0 ! empty shell an inscription in Urdu. Itreads: "The saviour of Pakistan, General Mohammad Ayub Khan. LEAH WEHHMAN LILLIAN MCWK1GHT VENA KILEY DIOHT ON TARGET—Chuck Conners took a chance when he fuH baseball and went into TV as an actor. But he's doing aU right along with son Johnny, aged 13, in their popular western series, "The Rifleman." Kay V'andergriff. Anthony's. J. Wiley, Falstaff Distributing Company; Charlie Wilkerson. Conibs-Worley Barbershop; J. D. Williams, Post Office; T. Watie, Montgomery Ward; Beulah Wells, Highland General Hospital; Neva Weeks. Pampa Clinic; Bob Watson. Western Union; Mary Wilson, Highland Lumber Company: N. F. Woods. Montgomery Ward: Lucille Wilson, LaMae's Dress Shop. Pat Young, Tex Kvan.s Buick Company. Kathleen Zmotony, Selective Service Bureau. Bill Abernathy, Thompson Parts and Supply. Jaunita Butler, Ideal No. 1; i Franklin Bailey. Citixens Bank. i Morris Crownover. Vni.ghn and | Roth; Mary Crownover, Walsh I Food. Don Dean, Crow's Humble Service. ! Vera Fisher, Ideal No. 3. ; ' James Gallemore, Wm. Fraser and Co. J. C. Hopkins, Roberta's; Irene 1 Hill. M. E. Moses. John Jenkins, Idea! No. ?; Christine Jones. Guarantee Ab.stract. Mrs. John Locke, District Attor: ney's office. Happy Martin, Meid's Bread; Adell Myers. First National Bank; Vindle Mathews, Fit-'^ Super Market; Dwayne Mnddox, Xa'e'a. T. C. Narron, Santa Fe ticket office. i Jim Perkins, Tax Collector's of- : fice. I Lois Taylor, Ideal No. 1; James 'Tunnyhill, Pampa Hardware. MAY WE PRESENT OUR STAFF MAUDE KUSSELL ALLEE MORGAN NAOMI ATTAWAY ELLA VHILLH'S ANNA LEHLANC (JENA KICE of fine beauticians. We're proud of their associa- tion with La Bonita and hope that you too (if you're not already one of our loyal friends) will drop in soon and get acquainted. MERLE NORMAN STUDIO LA BONITA BEAUTY SHOP MATTJE HA1N JACKIE BATES mWOTIIY J JJ. J«. "Biuiuy" Our staff of trained personnel and recognizes- that they have played a large part in making Behrman's one of the finest ladies' apparel shops in the entire southwest! Another important role is played by you, our customers, in recognizing and buying fine quality. Yes, Behrman's is proud of our fine reputation and of our record of service and satisfaction to our customers, made possible by our staff, Use Our Convenient Charge Plan "EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE' Layawgy your Spring and ;. Summer Wardrobe now

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