Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on April 20, 1961 · Page 24
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 24

Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, April 20, 1961
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ti. PAMPA DAILV ; \\Ptni M, mt , ABLOOM—Everything's sprouting and this little ?, French 'car at the New York auto show is no exception. * Jftcquelyn Nations' bonnet Was so luxuriant witR flowers » that the sunroof had td'be opened., to' accommodate it, Mrt) * " * 1 , t : FAT j OVERWEIGHT 1 *u , * ' t " ~* i ' * 'J Available'to you-without a Hooter's prescription, our drugr ctUled ODUtN- EX.«Tpu"mu«t'JoAc- ugl? fat in 7 ot yfcuKinbney back. Js'o strenuous exercise, laxatives. miiBtfaffe or taking of reducing candles, entcuftrn i or ohswlngr gfum and your, ,, still eat the foods lour weight must come down, lie- eaus« your own doctor -win • teU you, when you cat less, you weigh Ad 1 ' ta Just "-•--••-•---rf «»».n. >»w M U < a ctatteu. ODRINEX'is gold with this guarantee by! ' * Richard'* Druor 111 N, Cuyltr . :' . M«/l Order*. Filled ! *' • tp-Grading LONDON (UPI) - Rural councils plan to turn thejr garbage collectors into white collar workers. To remove the,"stigma" of being a garbage man, they plan to introduce waterproof paper bags ;to be collected M by smart young I men in 'white collars." ! • What's-in a, Name, , GRAVE.SENT, ( England (UPI)Leader of the local' Salvation Army band is a 4 man'named Blowers. Minding His Safety MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) — Bob' Allred, 33, was able to fly a plane He has logged moVe than 4,000 hours in every type of prop-driven plane. Canadian School InterscholasHc Contest Winner CANADIAN (Spl) - Canadian High School won a first place award for the ninth straight year in the District 2-A Interscholastic League Literary Events held here recently. .The scores included one-act play contest results. The over-all winners were Canadian, McLean, Lefors, Clarendon and Memphis. In the grade school division Canadian was first. Lefors. second, Memphis (Travis) third, McLean, fourth; and Memphis (Austin) fifth. High School Division winners were; Debate; Canadian,- Rush Snyder and Rusty Wilson, default: Hum- DCI- Sense, Rusty Wilson, Canadian, Tohn Ramirez, Canadian; Earl ^hen, Canadian, Slide Rule: Philip Rogers, Canadian; Wade Adams, Canadian; Tommy Lemons, Canadian. Spelling, McLean, Phillis Fflw- ers and Linda Guill; Canadian, fudy Brock and Frankie Smith; Clarendon, J. Smith and Dorinda Gannon: Junior Girls Declama- ion, Sue Hext, Canadian; Janet Valler, McLean: Junior Boys de- lamation. Eddie Snyder, Canadian; Jakie Hess, McLean: and I Gene Gee. Lefors. Senior Girls De- jclamation, Deloris Batts, Canaidian: Sue Phelan, Clarendon; Amy JEarhart, Lefors: Senior Boys De- Iclamation. Dough Crockett.Mc- jLean; Ricky Archer.Lefors; Freddie Borst, Canadian: Girls Poetry Reading, Sherry Montgomery, Clarendon; Nancy Meacham, McLean, Annette Arnold, Canadian: Boys Poetry Reading, Jim Cline, Canadian: Jerry Barrett, Clarendon; Jack Fuqua, Lefors. Girls Extemporaneous Speaking, Joyce Lansdown, Canadian; Linda [Poarch, Lefors: Boys Extemporaneous Speaking, John Rogers, Canadian; Winfred Nowlin, Lefors: Typewriting, McLean, Margie Railsback and Phillis Flowers; Lc- fofs, Amy Ea f Heart and Sharon Brock; Clarendon, Sue Phelan and Judy Benson. Shorthand, Lefors, Carolyn Bogle and Barbara Halley; Canadian, Mary Jones and Linda Henderson; Clarendon, Judy Bensort and Cally Groom; Ready- writing, Joe Clark, Lefors; Rush Snyder, Canadian; Karen Priest, Lefors: Science contest, John Rogers, Canadian; Winfred Nowlin, Lefors; and Eugene Smith, Clarendon. The Grade School Division: Spelling, 5 and 6, McLean, Donna Glass and Teresa Mertel; Memphis (Travis), C. Yarborough and David Douthit; Lefors, Mary Duncan and Elaine Nichols: Spelling 7 and 8, Clarendon, Mary Caldwell and Janet Goodman; Canadian, Susan Price and Janice Scl by; Lefors, Neoma Cullins and Dickie Sims: Number Sense, Janie Jackson. Canadian; Vefnon Hawkins, McLean; Mike Cullender, Canadian: Readywriting, Francis Clark, Lefors; Regina Hoover, Memphis; Janis Wilson. Canadian Boys Declamation, Bill Hext, Ca nadian; Ronnie Berry, Lefors; David Douthit, Memphis (Travis). Girls Declamation, Linda Tindall, McLean; Judy Hahn, Clarendon; Z. Yarbrough, Memphis: Story telling, Eileen Jackson, Canadian; Kim Cape, Memphis (Austin), Linda Pinkerton, Clarendon; Picture Memory, Memphis (Travis) Lefors, and Memphis (Austin). INSIDE STORY—Sure enough, as suspected, those scary apes which appear on TV shows are usually only human after all. One of them is George Barrows, shown above on a Hollywood set of the Jim Backus show. George, an actor- stunt man, made the suit himself of yak fur and plastic. IKE GETS CHECKUP i WASHINGTON (UPI) — Former President Dwight D. Eisen- jhower underwent a routine physi- !cal checkup today at the Army's i Walter Reed Medical Center. The 'ex-president, who entered the hos- *'tal Wednesday, was accompanied by Mrs, Eisenhower. The Some Offer FRANKFURT, Germany (UPI) —A postage stamp dealer, claiming that sorting stamps abolishes circulatory troubles, has offered 25,000 unsorfed stamps as a "sure cure" for harrassed business executives. Read the News Classified Ads HIGHLAND GENERAL HOSPITAL NOTES Admissions Mrs. Evelyn Petitfils, 2131 Chestnut Mrs. Ruby Keeton, Pampa C. 0. Hart, Spearman Mrs. Beryl Kines, Coronado Inn Mrs. Mary Ann Maples, 705 Dou- ccette Glen Grecr, 321 N. Perry Lenuel Bivins, 1210 S. Finley Mrs. Wanda Talley, Miami, Tex. M. A. Pennington, Stinnett Mrs. Sadie Maul, Pamoa Texas Furniture .Company's Mastercraft 2-Pc. Suites And Sleepers Reduced For Big Savings Lifetime Construction Guarantee * Finest Nylon Frieze Covers • Foam Cushions 2-Pc. Suites Reg. $319.00 Now $239.50 Mrs. Uyvonda Campbell, Pampa Wanda Pearl Brown, 537 Elm Mrs. Euple Hardin, 2216 Mary Ellen Mrs. Addie Mae Moss, Skellytown Mrs. Onie Laycock, Wheeler, Texas Frank Howard, McLean Mrs. Mary Spradlin, Pampa Baby Bill" Reed, 812 Beryl Mrs. Loretta Andrus, 1828 N. Wells Dismissals Mrs. Elaine Barnes, Lefors Mrs. Clemmie Langham. McLean Mrs. Ethel Cotner, 1232 E. Browning Harold Hoggatt, 621 Doucctte Mrs. Pauline Martin, 701 N. Banks Leon Harris, 701 N. Zimmcr Mrs. Ketta Hcnricks, 533 Red Deer Jerry Condren, White Deer Mrs. Rachel Bailey, 2105 N. Dwight Mrs. Jo Ann Si I oson, 125 S. Wells Claude Moffett, Grants N, Mex. H. C. Kuykendall. Pampa Mrs. Betty Clemmons, Gruver Les Kreis, 1424 Hamilton Mrs. Margaret (liey, 1317 Terrace Mrs. Dorothy Sunderland, Phillips W. E. Beck, McLean Donna Hinds, Pampa CONGRATULATIONS To Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Kines, Coronado Inn, Pampa, on the birth of a boy at 11:36 a.m. weighing 7 Ibs. 13 oz. . To Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Keeton, Rt. 2 Pampa, on the birth of girl at 8:10 p.m. weighing 7 Ibs. 6 o/.. LEVINE'S BARGAIN ONANZA Infants Training Pants White of Pastel Colors Sizes 2j 4, 8 Fine Cottoti Knit MIRACLE FABRICS 41 All First Quality ft Dacfons, Nylons, Chiffons • Rayon Linens, CupionJs Men's Sport «. ft Wash N' Wear Fabrics uj ft Short Sleeves 2 ft Cotton Prints Boy's Sport Shirts ft Wash N' Wear Cottons ft Short sleeves ft Prints, Sizes 6 to 16 74'l m 1/5 Ladies Swim Suits ft One and two piece styles ft Latex and knit > Regular $5.99 Values $799 3-Pc. Luggage Sets ft Matched, Scuff-proof ft Pullman & overnite case \ Train case with mirror $Q87 9 Plastic Garden Hose ft 40 foot green plastic ~) Guaranteed, brass fittings ft Regular $1.19 Value 77 Electric Fry Pan to ( 12" square Inimersible ft Automatic controls ft Polished aluminuni $O99 8 Plastic Air Mattress GG" A 27" inflatable Electronically welded Built-in head rest $197 1 Ladies Electric Shaver $<J44 m ft Pastel colors ft ILL. Approved cord ft Regular $4.99 value Sleepers Reg. $379.00 Now $289.50 Senate Passage Of Minimum Pay Bill Is Assured WASHINGTON (UPI) - r 1 -evident Kennedy's $1.25 an hour minimum wage bill • was fissured today of Senate passage. The final vote was more .1 formality than a test. j Sentuc Dcrnjc.-atic Leader Mike Mansfield, Mont., said the final vote on the bill, one of the key measures in the President'? 16- point legislative program, should come within about two hour* after the Senate meets at noon, EST. Backers of the administration bill to write a new wage floor under 28 million American workers were jubilant over the fact it emerged almost intact, despite some 21 amendments offered in efforts to trim its coverage. China Ware Set ft 20 piece "pine cone" ft Durable ceramic ft Levine's discount price $^87 Metal Zippers ft 75" lo 12" lengths > > Assorted colors ft First quality Plastic Housewares ft Vegetable Ilin.s, l)i*ii [>;ms ft \Vasti% baskets, Buckets ft Laundry baskets, others 6i >* LU 45 RPM Records UJ ft All Brands, Popular ft Western, Rock N Roll ft Worth 98c each Outdoor Patio Light PULLMAN CONVERTIBLES 2'ONLY FOAM CUSHIONS — COVERS, MAKES DOUBLE BED .» Now $179.50 :i m Texas Furniture Qyqlity Home Furnishings CONVENIENT TERMS Company COLLECTION DAY, TODAY ft Swivel Bearing Type ft U.L. Approved ft Regular 2.49 Value 37Z | Chrome Garden Tools ft Genuine Carbon Steel ft Hardwood handles ft Regular 79c Value Girl's Summer Playwear ft Juiuuicu shorts, shorU ft Pedal Pushers, capris ft Washable cottons, ail sizes USE OUR EASY LAVA WAV

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