Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1959 · Page 32
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 32

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, February 22, 1959
Page 32
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PAMFA JDAIL.I' SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1955 5iSt (charter members.. (Courtesy •»i * t * * < * * t * 11 * • • * /i • > i * i < < * i Alpha Bradley, Dunlap's; I oi9 Brown, Montgomery Ward. Perry Lee Choate, Post Office: r.iul Grossman Jr., Grossman's. Albert P. Doucette, Southwestern I.westment Company. Sob Gordon, Trimble's. Velma Henderson, Malone Phar- nacy; Loii Harris, Cabot Offices; ."'uddy Hapemnn, Leland's; Bob ."'orton, Crowson-Ellis Barber Shop; John Hure, Highland General Hospital. Mrs. R. C. Johnson, Tru Value Shops; Madeline Jeffers, Sears & Roebuck. Alma Meek, Moses; Marie Me- Elroy, Dr. Roberts Optical; Mrs. 1. M. Maddrell, J. C. Penney; C. C. Melton, Dunlap's; Louise Martin, Pampa Hardware. Marcus Phillips, Sam Houstonf; Joa Phillips, Buddy's: Virgil Poole, Borden's; Jack Pearson, LaNora Theatre. Ray Rodgers, American Nation-I Insurance Company; Lucille Roberts. Highland General Hospital; Bil'',e Rogers, VVh'Vs's; Pat Railsbach, Montgomery Ward. Ralph Alexander. Tri City Office Supply; Homer Anderson, Buddy's Super Market; Ray Baba, Ideal Food Store No. 2; Eula Bailey, Hi-Land Pharmacy; Mrs. James Barrett. Pampa Studio; Anna Balch, Levines; Mrs. Gordon, Wt'son'a Drug: Lloyd Bennet, IGA Food Liner; Evora Crawford, B&B Pharmacy; Travis Clement, Cnlberson Chevrolet: Irene Cox, Security ; Federal Savings & Loan Association; ! Bill Duncan, Southwestern Investment Company; j Maxine Ethreclge, Pampa Hardware Company; Lewis Epps, Ideal Food Store No. l; Mabel Ellison, 1 Franklin's Ready to Wear; ; Audene Finncy, Singer Sewing Circle; Kay Fancher, Panhandle Insurance Agency; Henry Gruben, Panhandle Insurance Agency; Francis Green, Tex Evans Buick Company; Genevieve Henderson, Quentln iWilliams Real Estate; Jewell Holmes, Ideal Food Store No. 3: Junior Hollis, Thompson Hardware Company; Lucille Inman, Kyle's Shoe Store- Ruth In.?, McClellans; : Gordon Johnson, Jerry Boston's Super Market; Joe Jeffers, C&C Lintior Store; i Henry Kolb, Culberson Chevrolet Co.; Freda LeMond, Citizens Bank & Trust Co.; Mary Lindsey, Motor Inn Auto Supply Co.; Gladys Lane, IGA Food Liner; < Emma Mc.Wright, Smith's Quality Shoes: Mrs. L. C. Martin, Ford's Youth Store: Mrs. Agnes Manning, Minit Mart; ' George Ncef, Cree Insurance Co.: Hansfp'.-d Ousley, Ideal Food Store No. t: Arthur Pf?il, American National Insurance Co.; Mrs. F r a n k Posrrh, IGA Food Liner; j Mrs. W. W. Russell, Benlleys'; • 'Loretta Robinson, First National' Bank; Mauclene Ricketts, Anthonys'; ) Elnora Stevens, Zales Jewelers:! Mary Symonds, J. C. Penny Co.:' Glemler.e Sheiton, Southwestern Public Service Co.; ! Don Taylor, C. R. Anthony Co.;, Rosemary Tinsley. Moore? Beauty j Shop: Lucille Turner, Levines; 1 Velta Williams, Levines; Milton Wylic, Montgomery Ward. Jessie White. Post Office; Eleanor Wil-i liams, Southwestern Public Serv-; ice Co. | Mrs. Alma Ash, Zaies Jewelry; | Boh AKord, Texas Furniture ' M"ra. Paul Baker, Singer SewingjVivia Holeman, Ideal No. 3; Machine Co.; Mrs. Brandon, Pen- j tie Harmon, J. C. Penny's. COCKY SPANIEL—You'd almost think this snooty little guy won the pri/.e cup in Epsom, England. It was awarded to his mother, but the tiny cocker spaniel Seems pretty possessive. Ray ny's; Gene Barns, Penny's; Babs, Ideal No. 3. Charlene Cross, Ideal No. l;j David Caldwell, Hawkin's Appliance; Mrs. Clyde Carruth, Ford's Youth Store. j Glen Dawson, Texas Furniture;! Melvin Dawson, Field's Wear; Mrs. Dunham, Bentlcy's. Jimmie E n 1 o e, Montgomery Ward's; Bill Elkins, Heath's Mend Wear. Bill Frye, Smith's Shoes; George Flaherty, Montgomery Ward; Hazel Franklin, pampa Hardware. Mrs. Mote Garrison, Gilbert's Ladies Shop; Mrs. Evart Goad, Southwestern Public Service. R. u b e n Howell, Montgomery Jimmie Jordan, Benlley's. Paul Keim, First National Bank; Don Kite, Citizen's Bank. Connie Lockhart, Tex Evans Buick; Chunky Leonard, C and M Television; Lucy Lyons, Zale's. Jimmy Malone, Smith's Shoes; M e n s' Johnnie" Ma this, While's Stores; Mr. Mannng, postman. Mrs. Nichols, Benlley's. Emma Olssn, B. and B. Pharmacy; Gene O'Brian, Penny's. , Floy Palmitier, J. C. Penny's; Mrs. R. L, Pugh, Roberta's Flowers. i Charlie Russ. Tarpley's; Mrs. Johnnie Rhodes, Penny's; Otto Rice. Dunlap's. ' Jerry Simms. First National! iWard; Hattie Hindman, Anthony's; Bank; Mr. Stallings. Richard's Hat- Drug; Tom Stein, Kennedy's Jew- jelry; Leona Smithhisler, Penny's. Paul Grossman FRIGIDAIRE 108 N. Cuyler MO 4-6831 PAUL GROSSMAN Owner »!M. l .';«r' SPECIAL ONE WEEK ONLY! FRIGIDAIRE Fabric Master PAUL. CKOSSMAN, JR. Dryer NOW PAVU> CltOSSMAN WITH PLKCIIASK OF FWGUUJKE WASHKK L4 BKUE A SALUTE TO OUR DURING EMPLOYEE VALUE WEEK Bt>« CL KUBY JEAN ALUEK1UU1B VAN BJtAULEY LEATBICE CLE3IENTS TACIE £MCKSOX WINNIE £AKL£S MOOKE KLTII MUKCiAN UKKU1K Sl'K.\C£U JEAXETTE \\1LLI.\-MS WUUK May We Serve You! BOB CLEMENTS High Standard Dry Cleaning • Fur Storage • Fine Tailoring 143? N. Hobart Ph. MO §.§121

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