Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1959 · Page 45
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 45

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, February 22, 1959
Page 45
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AS YOU LIKE IT—Technicians at the Army's Frsnkford Arsenal in Philadelphia can order exactly the weather they need. A new ruin nnd sunshine test chamber can simulate rainfall up to 24 inches an hour and then switch abruptly to the dry, blinding sun of the hottest desert. Left, power cables are tested for their resistance to nun. Right, donning a slicker, technician runs tests on ammunition boxes in deluge conditions. 1 YEAR Stwitf Citizen* fcank and Com bany — Betty CaSey, Judy Kllii!, Pays Price, Doris Jean Foster, Eivin Don Kite, Lacy Lee, Nancy Lester, Estelle Lunsford, Nadine Slater, Franklin £>. Bailey, Bill Kindle, Patfly Lamer, Ruth Mayberry, Gerald Montgomery, Dwain Orr and Patsy Lu Stewart. Montgomery Ward — Bill Anderson, Wilbur Beck, Virginia Flaherty, Laree rtought, Lloyd Roof, Tom Hardegree, Elmer Holly, Garland dray, Tirey Patterson, Kenny Dulaney, Robert Miller, Gary Rowden, Bobby Crocker, Joyce Moler and Dorothy Wright. Sofllteflt Plains Division — J?, E. Dabbs and C. B. Curtis. While's Stores, Inc. -— Dallas Hodges, Thelma Malone, Blllie Rogers, Shirley Brown, Billy O, Kennedy, Charles Kilgore and Dewey Htltchinson. Video Theatres — Don Gates, Vicky Garcia, B. Harper and Wayne Matney. Bentley's — Thelma Cruise, Bess Bates,, Betty Russell, Nell Keese and Mamie Pepples. F. W. Woolworth — Ronnie Atkinson, Clltis Butcher, Ruby Culpepper, Delorefl Hudglnfl, Nina Jones, Marion Kear, Helen Minor and Volma Wright, Caltiwell's Drive Inn — Mm. Biadwin, froyle H. 8 e e k- ham, Rex MnKay Jr., Shirley Wilson, Arthur £iebarth, Enioe and Mary E. Kolb. Bob Clements Tailor — Dicky Wills, Ruby Jean Alderidge, Ruth Mopan and Van Lee Bradley. Levine's — Bessie Roberts, Gloria ftounh and Leona, Bfoyles. H. R. Jeter Construction Company — J. D. Sackett, C. W. Surch and James E. Davis. Hukill and Son — Harry W. Fielding. Paul Grossman — Carol Welch. C. R. Anthony — Lillie O. Edwards, Gilbert Pistole, Bill Lyles, Theda Bas* and Kay Vftrtdergriff. Buddy's Super Market --* Naomi Ray, Jeff Ward, Robert Speck and Delete Padgett. McLellan's — Samuel E 11 e r, Ruth ing and Wanda Mangus. American National Insurance Company — A. R. Pfell, J. E. Hosklns, J. W. Darrow, H. L. Fewell, Eva Bckroat, N. J. McKln- ney, C. H. Maple, E. N. York, J. D. Comer, R. R. Lewter, F. B Methis, B. J. Kent, D. F. Crowder, 0. B. Sturdlvant and M. F. Watson. Ideal Steam Laundry — Howard Easterling, Bonnie Flnney, Virgie Wisdom and Mary Cooper. Boy Scouts of America — Mrs. Dorothy Hiser, Mrs. Chrystene Iris Ragsdale, Mrs. Mary Ann Meed, Mrs. Mary Oden R e c d, icioskey, Mrs. Noel Thompson and Mrs. Georgia Collins and Mrs. Mrs. Lorena Ratlabaek. Ilia Cross, O & Z Dining Room — Lela Harms and Lula Reed. Hi-Land Pharmacy — Mary E. Terrell, Geneva Wheless and Ollle .lenaay. Beacon Supply Company La- LA MAE'S Employees are happy to meet you and want to introduce you to their own specials for employees Jambo- ree Days, February 23-28. Come in and ask for Bobbie, Evelyn or Lu- cille for her special Jamboree value EVKLVN FIKKS BOBniE ADAMS LUCILLK WILSO.V Ideal Food Number 1 — Geneva Dalton, Lois Taylor. Barbara Beard, Gerald McKay, Bob Armstrong, Jim McClure, Ferline Calvert, John Wood, Leon Hinderiite, Joan Kelley, Clifton Hooker, Billie Williams, George Taylor, Ila Wood, Geneva Adklns, Joe Eastland and Dee Washbourne. Culberson Chevrolet — Melvin M. Davis, Ralph Dunbar, Joe Cook, T. M. Kivlehen, Harold Me- Cleery, Dean Monday, Joe Pate, Johnny Reynolds, Jesse Reeves and Lige Tarvln. C&C Package Store — Joe Jeffers and Jlmmle Paul Wright. Southwestern Investment Company — John D. Gibson, Earl D, Crouch, Bobbie Jean Lance, Barbara Ann Plrkie and Amy Jo Clemens. Motor Inn — Elvy Baumgardner John Crawford, A. J. Francis. Veaf THE PAMPA BA1L¥ NEWS SUNDAY, FfcMUARY '22, 1959 D-9 CAP-TIVATED—Comedian Jack Lemmon, left, does a close-up with director Billy Wilder in Hollywood. They're cap-to-cap even If they don't quite see eye-to-ey«. Sewice Honot D. C. The Cree Companies McCarthy. Motor inn — Mary Lindsey, Henry McClelland and Aubrey Osborn. Ideal Food Number 1 — Verl Hagaman. Culberson Chevrolet — Archie Bullard and Henry Kolb. Idaal Steam Laundry — W. R. Hunt. C. R. Anthony — James E. Brls- coe. Video Theatre — Ollle Wilhelm. Montgomery Ward — N F Woods. Hugheg Companies — Ray Brady and J. W. Thompson. Wanda Smith. National Tank Company —• Harold Malone, David E. Jones, BIymiller and Bob Swain. Hill and Mrs. Leatha Kennemer. Hughes Companies — O'Brien Rex Rose — J. R, Sims, Enoch Fuller, George Hause, Henry Jonas, Christal Lowe, Eleanor Robertson, Gene McClendon, Granvil Roland, Eddie Terry, David Thruamn and A, M. Vance. C. Elliott and Jeff Ballard. Ideal Food Number 3 — John Helen Holmes. Fannon Supply Eldon Smith and! Bovaird Supply Company—Jerry Company — KNEE-ACTION-Showing no signs of a knee injury that had confined her to the hospital, actress Debbie Reynolds takes a stage direction from Frank Tashlin. She is rehearsing for a scene in the movie "Say One, /or Me." Adamson. Core Laboratories — Carroll Carney and Carl A. Ames. Ford's Body Shop — A. T. Golden. G&S Garage — Worothy Worden. J. D. Hale and Jake Kenton. IGA Food Liner — Carl Sexton, Jerry Gage, Mrs. S. E. Stout and Robert Preston. J. C. Penney — Robert D. Morris. Richard Drug; — Calvin D I 11- Jenklns, Freddie Cody and Jewel Holmes, C & C Package Store — Joe Jeffers and Jimmie Paul Wright. Quentin Williams Real Estate — James Dalley, Gloria Blanton and Robert Turner Smith. Cretney Drug — Mrs. Arvella Cowan, Mrs. Mozelle Barker, Mrs. Betty Stevens, Miss Cathy Hodg. es, Mrs. Carolyn Templeton, Mrs. Fern Rltter and Mrs. Joan Punch- William T. Fraser and Company —Mrs. Robert Smith, Fredia Allen, Doris Parker and James E. Gallemore. FALSE ALAKM BOX more, | LITLE CHUTE, WIs. (UpfT- The Cree Companies — Harold jTown board members complained Berry, Gene Brown, W. J. Cham-j toda y that corner fire alarm bless, Jark Howard, Bnice Hutrhi- boxes were a nuisance. They have son, 3. H. Roper, June Smith and been lw *d only for false alarms for the past two years, the board said. CHICAGO-Dr. William J. Gay of Woodstock, 111., on the use of j Yokley Turnbo. Duncan Insurance Agency •— Mrs. Ruthe Rice. Dunlap's - - Mrs. Sada Renshaw, Mrs. Jane Scott and Mrs. Vi Burgess, jtranqulllzing pills in preparing an- Firestone Store — Billie Jo Rich-jimals for slaughter: ,ard.son and Ken Weaver. "It gives them a feeling of false Foxworth . Galbraith Lumber'confidence." Company — V. L. Maples. ! Moores Beauty Salon -- M r s. j GARAGE WITH HOUSE | Vcrna Lou Donham and Nelda LONDON (UPIi The following, Crouch. ;advertisement appeared in the per-, M. E. Moaes Company — Mrs. :sonal column of The Times: j Iva Abies, Mrs. Alma Meek, Missj "Untttled old Etonian forced to! Ruby Speogle, Mrs. Lessie Holt,; sell garage in heart of West End;! Mrs. Myrtle Atkinson, Mrs. Irene'three bedroom houao thrown in." I Starting Our £mp/oyees JAMBOREE VALUES W. «, fcALLAUD DEL GROVES E KICMAKDSON BIG SAVINGS for You During Our C A |_ r 0^ COOK'S 4V Jfm • •• FAMOUS WALL PAINTS Shadotone FLAT ENAMEL REG. $6.18 Shadotone SATIN ENAMEL REG. $7.26 5*53 OAL. Corovel LATEX FINISH REG. $6.31 5C68 OAL. High-Hiding Alkyd FLAT SEMLGLOSS REG. $5.18 REG. $6.66 $£66 $599 ^T OAL. fl^ OAL FLAT LATEX 436 iBr OAL Unexcelled WHITE LATEX - Reg. $3.20 MONARCH HARDWARE CO W. E. "BILL" BALLAKD 409 W. Brown MO 4-5686 WE JOIN IN • SALUTING • • • PAMPA EMPLOYEES We Salute Our Courteous And Friendly Employees Ca. PHONE MO 4-3394 .410 E. FOSTEI ROV K4V In Any Event Give FLOWERS! Jack Foster, Owotr

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