Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1959 · Page 28
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 28

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, February 22, 1959
Page 28
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THE t»AMPA DAILY NEWS SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1959 51st Veaf ROUGH RIDER—Air Force Capt. Jack. Recht comes to a jolting, literally hair-raising stop on the 20-foot steel "Bopper" 'sled during an abrupt deceleration test at Andrews AFB, Md. T,;e "Bopper" is designed to measure the effects of any kinc Of crash or rapid deceleration. Recht and other volunteers ride the sled to help gather data on space problems which man will have, to face. j . . . NOR IRON BARS A. FENCE—Edward Harris bites his I cigar in,chagrin as he examines a,conquering tree in the front I yard of his Washington, D.C., home. The iron fence was gobbled i up by the tree which was only five inches ir» diameter when . Harris moved Into the house 25 years ago. Ideal Food Store No. 3 — Vera' Fisher, Marie Goodnight and Betty Morris, ' Citizens Bank and "Trust Company — Frances Lam, Lawrence Langwell and Sunny Rae M u n- crief. Montgomery Ward — Jerry Crawford, Laura Ann Dougherty, George Flaherty and Virgie Wesner. Ideal Food Store No, 2 -- Anna Mae Ciifry and B1H Langford. Scaliest Plains Division — Marvin Holman, Kenneth Lane e, James Biessol and A. A. Kahoa. Tri-City Office. Supply — Ralph D. Alexander. White's Store — Odie Gabriel and Glen Fleming. Video Theatres — Margaret Ar- thm-, Doyle Garrison and Ben Payne. Caldwell's Drive Inn — M r s. Winnie Tomlin and Mrs. M. Chastain. O&Z Dining Room — Theresa Marak and Mary Evans. Hi-Land Pharmacy — Eula Mae Bailey and George Duke. Beacon Supply Company — Billy J. Alexander, Glenda Anderson, G. W. Taylor and Billy G. Watt. Bob Clements — Marie Woodruff, Winnie Earles, M a r z e 11 a Moore and TacSe V. Emerson. Levine's — Ruby Doggett, Cleo Young and Mae Overall. H. R. Jeter Construction — K. W. Ward and C. E. Fry. Hukill and Son — W. Jack Baker, D. L. Sanders, K. E. Steele and Reo T. Belcher. C. R. Anthony — Blllye Jean Fenton and Maucline Richetts. McLellan's —Annie Marie Howard, Phyllis Denton and Doris Hinlnger. American National Insurance Company — Helen Foster, R. D. j Darrow and M. G. Spencer. | Ideal Steam Laundry — Viola Scott, Myrtle Nelms, Virsin'.a Brabant, Julius Niblett, C. D. Brawn- inj, Orville Terry, Minnie Stinnett, Jewell Hawthorne and Cora Jones. Boy Scouts of America — Dale Stone and Hcllis AUord. Culberson Chevrolet — Keith Russe'l. Ideal Food No. 1 — Juanita Butler and Joan Nail. Boston's Grocery — Gordon Johnson and Joe Leland. Southwestern Investment Company — Bill Duncan. Motor Inn — Ruthie B a I r d, ! Evelyn Hoymes, Leon Blackledge, Paul Dam bold, Glenn Dny, Paul Reimer, Allen Swan, Curt las! Thompson and Teddy Tucker. j Smith's Quality Shoes - - Estelle Tillery and James Nolan Malone. Fannon Supply Company — Wayne Fannon. National Tank Company — Jim Bagby and Pat Brewer. Rex Rose — Harold Adkism, H. D, Balthrope, Winiford Coble, R. L. Merrifield and Paul Johnson. Bovaird Supply Company — El- mer Berry and Marvin Skinner. Cree Insurance Agency — Mrs. Joyce Harris. Ford's Body Shop ..- Henry Johnson. J Humble Marketing Department S — Glenn Burke, Kenneth Kyle and 'Gerald Harris. Jay's Groceryy — Jimmy Baird. Kyle's Shoe Store — Mrs. L e e | Inmon, Mrs. Ben Renshaw and Mrs. Pete Cole. J. C. Penney — Mrs. L e o n a Smilhhisler, Mrs. Anita Freeman and Harvey H. Lamb. Richard Drug — Tillie Horton. Neal Sparks Cleanerg — W. E, Duncan and Edith Grier. D. V. Burton Tire Company — Charles E. Broadbent and Edward H. Gattis. C&M TV and Furniture — A. L. Leonard, Lydia Gillcrest and Vernon Wilson. The Cree Companies — Virgie Berry, Lloyd E. Geoffroy, Gladys Howard, Inith Hutchison, Mary K. Nabours, A. L. Prigmore and John 'L. Walls. I Duncan Insurance Agency — JMrs. Mildred Lafferty. Dunlap's — Mrs. Gertie Shaw, Mrs. Winnie Flowers, Mrs. Mitch Bradley, Lester Shanks, Mrs. 'Ruby Cox and Mrs. Dora Thomasson. I Moore's Beauty. Salon — Mrs. Melba Bruce and Jerry D. Bruce. Moxes — Clifton D. Inmon and Mrs. Minnie Reeves, Ideal Steam Laundry — Jewell Hawthorne «nd Cora Jones. Quentin Williams Real Estate — Helen Stephenson Kelley and Velma Lewter. Moses — Clifton D.Inmonand Moses — Clifton D. Inmon and Mrs. Minnie Reeves. Cretney Drug •-- Mrs. D o 1 1 1 e Cowan and John Rossen. Hughes Companies — Ed Chapman and Doyle Richardson. REPRESENTATIVE —County Court Judge William Randall, of Kansas City, Mo., listens to congratulations over'the telephone upon his nomination by Democrats to fill an unexpired term in Congress. The vacancy was left by the recent death of Rep. George H. Christopher. Bonnell Secretary Patricia McCiuisland Policy Writer HerUeim Ulchui. M m Policy Writer Kay Fancher Solicitor C. 1.. farmer Solicitor INSURANCE AGENCY, We Are Proud To Our Friendly, Courteous and Efficient Employees NEW JET AIRLINER—The Convair 880 jet transport Is re* }fl the testing phase, Is being built fof dofrtesUe and foreign portedly the fastest yet built. Its makers call it capable of a fiflines. It's designed for opefatloh from any airport that can maximum cruising speed of 615 m.p.h. The new airliner, now handle fouf«6figified piston ttlanes. Service is set for I960, meet the folks who serve you at Ruth Hutchcns Margaret Nichuto Nancy Uaraes P/five M"«r. the bently ideal "to build a business that will never know completion but that will advance continually to meet advancing conditions. "to develop stocks and service to a notable degree. "to create a personality that will be known for its strength and friendliness, "to arrange and coordinate activities to the end of winning confidence by meriting it. "to strive always to secure the satisfaction of every customer. JLmmle Jordan Lorctta Kussell Nell liet»e

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