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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 February 1931

! y MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAIH NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texw, Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. VOL. 1, NO. 104. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1031. Full (AP) Leased Wire PRICE FIVE CENTS FLOYD WALKER DIES AT BOMBER Independents Lose In Fight For Limited Importation Of Foreign Oil HILT ATTEMPT cirjuf TO PLACE BILL IE HOUSE JURORS SELECTED FOR' WILSON' CASE ™ ADOPT RESOLUTION NOT CONSIDER MEASURES TO; SONNENBERG AND HIS BRIDE ; New Schedule For Local Radio Studio E FUl EBTJNMB: "VICIOUS BETRAYAL BY! PARTY MEMBERS," GARBER SAYS WASHINGTON, Feb. 23. (J1)— ' The drive of' Independent oil pro- ducers for protection against for- eign Imports was abruptly halted today by the houre way; and means committee. By 13 to 7, the revonue committee tliat framed Die liuwley-Smoot tar- iff act, voted to postpone all tariff and embargo measures because "there would not...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 February 1931

PAGE TWO TAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MOKNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1931. ants I Daily Cross-word Puzzle AC*OBft L Greek toddcsa •t the moon 1. {lubber It. Hon uniform M. Unit* bit It. Rivulet: Scotch it. Star In The Drueon It. Interest: abbr. tl. So Ulh Ameri- can animal •Hied to the eamcl to. European n h SI. Top cnnls ?a. Jawntu ao«h 14. Ball of threat] or yarn in. Not advert ii. ttqu e e M. Children'! warn* it. Feminine noma Hold hack It. Tali A on canto r.guln 11 AWik St. Rntan«l« S3, Maacuilne 40. Mother: dial. U. floJ of lovu Solutlo unit miiu uidranw ciwa ranau MMjrauio imw uma im aaac] uouaa I WJ U0IMH - VMJ rjHHUM HUBE f:Ti aaaa aassausH ■ uizian aaraHpa aw BHHQ OHM HUHIdCI r%\L\ oara- Banes yon 41. Ncltlirr: Latin Moirlitli kcttln-ilruut 1,1 ve nga!u <!c!Mi llke carbohydrate found in uear-nRnr Hxulliuil Hul'iU tl. Culm DOW.*: 1. Continued «tory* I. Mnnifen: 3. I'ormtiilnr: to ji penltimini aen.ion 4. i-*iiiImIi S. Nickname for Helen t. Soon 7. (liim resin S. "rro-" 9. Arabian ga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 February 1931

<5$ IESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE ANY ARE TO ATTEND CHARM SCHOOL THIS AFTERNOON lderly Folk Named Honor Guests At Colonial Program Here Tuesday IELIGHTFUL PERSONALITY OF Charm Chats by Nancy Earle SERIES Of THIS THIS WEEK Nottd Authority and Writer ol Health, Charm and Beauty. L WOMEN OF PAMPA ARE INVITED TO ATTEND _P /lint is a Charm schcl lecturer -close up? she charming—really? Tejnpcr- montal? Young? Since the News-Post announced .the arrival of Nancy Earle to con- duct one of her noted Charm schools under its sponsorship m t&9':City MU auditorium beginning itcrnoon, these questions lia$(ffTio 'doubt- been flitting througjr* f minds of those who have bcSftjpaxI- J lug of this unusual event. Yes, Nancy Earle is reaily cliarm- ing. She has surpassed all expec- tations. It is expected that a large delighted crowd of women will hear qfthe talk of this unusual woman at ^ o'clock this afternoon. All wom- ln of Pampa and near-by points jiei nvi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 February 1931

1 PACE *6UR Mornlw Bditton of the Pamfe ptily Hewn THE PAMPA mmm POST Pu Pu Pull i>: wd Wire MEMBER OP THE AHSOCIATRD PftESB blUhed mornings except Sunday and Monday uy the Nunn-Warrpn Wishing company, 328 West Poster, Pampo, Te — Mnnatt'T | JMKor j The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication of all news' dlsimtchP8 credited to or not otherwise credited in this lMDer and also the locul news published herein. All rljfhtn for re- publication of special dlspnifty s herein also are reserved. Entered us sceond-class matter October 1. J930 at the post office at _ "Taren 3, 1UTO AbouUH NejOfcrk : Pampa, Texas, under ihp Act of March nTUBscitrrr/ON By Carrier lie Per jV riiWa. Morning, Month f(New8 and Post) in Pampa RtfINQ PC nlng, PVer flf to Uie pampa MORtflNQ "POST in Combination with tmlng dnd Sunday. 85 M lib Year. * Month Mffi. ....... —•* and Sunday; 100 am pi and Adjoining Counties and Sunday i itslde of Gray ani 'tfaws and Post, including Sunday >...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 February 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 34. 193!. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE} Bit HEAVYWEIGHT BATTLE SET FOR TONIGHT UNDER PALMS „ w (?) •— MICKEY WILJtER TO MEETfllSKO BRUSHING UP SPORTS CHAMPION P It E 1. U I) I? WIIX BE RXAOKD TONIGHT foil MKT BUTTLE AT PI MB THURSDAY By Laufer By AI.VAN C.OL'MI, AMW'latrd Press Sports Editor MIAMI. Fla., Fob. 23. I.T)—UndiH* the same old palin#. but witli thi> breeaes gomewiiat less* "balmy an'l the customers cinsiderably less imi- tated, the 10311 outdoor heavyweignt light prelude will be played tomor row night to the accompaniment of a fioeU'est /between Mickey Wul- wer, ti e theoretical middleweight champion with oig uhjLhUwis, and Johnny RLsko, tin* Cleveland plow- boy. * Walker, spotting [Unco^abotit 25 pounds, will enter the jtfhji for ihP 10-round match fuvcpni^ ta e- peat the victory lis 'scofftt ovni' Johnny in Dearolt. TUtt^idds. how- j ever, were no move than u to 5 In Mickey's lavor, due to the determ- ination UU'.ko has manifested in Ills tr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 February 1931

PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST f CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 1 RADIO in — «. ... m«u lii mil iiunn Tlinv timet' lu> ttoid iMifnc^ tlii'V ® All want ads arc cash In advance. They must be paid before they will be inserted. Want Ads may be telephoned to the office before 12 o'clock 011 the day of insedtion and a collector will call. Raton: Two cent, per word per insertion, tlirce insertions for live Oents minimum twenty-five cents per insertion. • Out ottown advertising cash with order. The News-Post reserves the right to ulawlfy all Want Ads under ap- propriate headings and to revise or withhold from publication any copy determined objectionoble or misleading. . . Notice of any error must be given In time for correction before second Aacrtion. Personal* AND MARIES Beauty junlts 81iopi>c now giving permanent waves complete with shampoo and finger wave for $2.50. 1004 bast MATE. MARIE, u medium and ad- viser. A true medium is born, not made; if there is any problem you would like to have ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 February 1931

JESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE SEVEN 1950 THE BO0BS-ME IIUQIN IIKIt 10 TODAY 11- (jilting licr off tlielrh unci- that llnsrr Llla Tolliver, daueliter of; constitutes liiclr greatest ilunucr, ilnistrr and itr|id:iuglilcr of the.cu know." lUi.v and indulgent former Pli'l Doom, organiicd n "Junior ntp>- club ill tlic town of Red „ ji&lit Iowa, just to keep life Diife the younger set froni iMMOin- too dull. lard Holloway, a young artist |o was hoboing around Ihe eoun- [, stopped" in Ited Thrusl). Attrao- by Ginger, he agreed to stay id paint portraits and decorate le new clubhouse, lie gave tiu* lime "Joie de Vivre" to 'the club, nd suggested sending to Chicago |>r Nicolo Calif no, who could cook nd sing and strum a guitar. But Nicolo could not come. In his acc arrived three of his country- iieiu Angelo coultf play: . Plctio uuld cook; Benito could sing. Gin- ger took them on. Beginning to real- Mi he was in love with Ginger. Bard 'Y??, thai is true...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 February 1931

PACE EIGHT PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1931. AN JEYE-DROPPER IS HIS BOTTLE FIFTEEN ESCAPE PROM ARIZONA PRISON, v ONE CAUGHT Uy Tlf AasoclaU-tl runs Three prisoners were shot to dMih, fifteen escaped and prison guards were apprehensive Monday night ofi a result of outbreaks in twd penitentiaries during the lust 49 hours. At the Illinois prison in Jcllet, guards with machine guns mowrJ down three convicts who made tlu-ir Wtt/ over the walls Sunduy on a crude ladder made of sticks taken from the prison bakery. Seurch- llgttU were turned on tlie trio by the fcuarda and they were dropped in their iraflw before they could rwah two automobile1; waiting nearby. 1 At Florence, Arte., fourteen con- vlctc escaped from the state pris- on'by clamoring over the wall. One WtA captured and the rest were being tracked through the sage- brush by bloodhounds. At the Ohio state prison at Co- lumbus, where a fierce riot a year aft last November resulted In 3?0 deaths and the burning...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 February 1931

A rfVVV V f ■+-■•<+<■ MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAILY NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas} Panhandle Oil and Wheat Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle Center. fOL. 1, No. 10S. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1931. Full (AP) Leased Wire PRICE FIVE CENTS ILL THOMPSON WINS IN CHICAGO ir *a * UBLJC UTILITY REGULATION BILL NOW BEFORE SOLONS HIEF STATE WITNESS' IS' ACCUSED OF KILLLINGC. H. TAYLOR i V.l Hi i It X I 1 CASE TUESDAY T6pic/Q03upcrrc ftBK. Basketball's lure Is a&out over. The tail-end of every ,VI;l?iic seas- r.n is a dull cue for towns with no TWO STORIES RELATED title aspirations. ON SLAYING OF TAYLOR IDENTITY OF HIJACKER | IS MAIN ISSUE IN TRIAL t * ► 4 C <4 The slate's chlcf witness. Paul Nkbet, skating rink operator ' of LeFors,' laic yesterday wds 'accus- ed of firing- (he shot that1 killed C. 11. Taylor. lie was accused by Mr>. Billte Wilsnn, Me ' or Charles "Littl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 February 1931

VVVNX.V v *• •■ *■* r/rwwi^firwv1«Wf> PACE tWO PAMPA MORNING POST i Daily Cross-#ord Puzzle wednesday morning, february 28,-1931. by Julian Ollendorff across 1. Paraonage g. flnow runner 1. fetten tt. Haying Wine* It. ijjjttt. pointed m. mit«« mstai IS. Mora tender "W r ; 'ami jl. Withered 1*. Coneumed fy &&& 34. Uttely Air: comb, tortn 27. Mrtlfldatlon ■II. .Low, moaning Solution of VSstantay'a Pvnto m the Author ol g □araratis i=i 88?^™ t; fi^raayciM mi iirjis BUS LliiHQUaH mm* nae nafii Hraunio ma aaunraB HSiiMHa [=«iafjsiaa atfL3HUE 4L A tribe of img Iirael: v r. Rreek goddem of agriculture Cubic meter Opening; ln«ect Conclne Dutch meter* Hoiicv maker Letters or liie alphabet DOWN Quantity of matter .Medicinal plant one who tell* n *tor.v J'reclpltou* At nny lime: eon l r. 4 rrr irm ? ' P r ■a 7 —H .,pi <f /o // 14 ^1 ■ * 17 i H ^ * 2(0 I — 23 *r ^ ^ So ■ 'ii: - -J i. ■: 72 i 33 w .. y AO 41 42 • "Y T ' T m Mm it m>49' 35" Wk jyl 45 4m ^wf % w *1 W St & ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 February 1931

\\ f- ^VEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE TWO HUNDRED SEVENTY-FIVE WOMEN AT CHARM TALK Charm Chats by Nancy Earle Noted Authority and Writer oa Health, Charm and Beauty. CONSIDERATION IS ONE OF REQUISITES OF POPULARITY -Do unto ethers as thu'tgh ynit were those others," If ,'ou do net, then you cannot be charming," de- clared Nanny Earle in opening tho Newr-Post Charm and Ksalth school Tuesday afternoon in the city hn'.l auditorium. Two hundred seventy-j live women heurd the initial talk The stage was furnished as an attractive living room, making an informal, colorful setting for thc- oecnslon. Miss Earle herf.olf was NURSERY IS ARRANGED The News-Post is providing i nursery earh afternoon at the Firrt Methodist church in order that small children may be car- ed for while their mothers at- laiid the charm school in the city hall auditorium. Mrs. w. Ir. Prcsnell is in charge of the nursery. FOR CIRCLES DEVOTIONAL SESSIONS GIVEN IN HOMES BY BAPTISTS we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 February 1931

^V-y>\VN PAGE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING><-FEBRUARY- 28* 1931. IHi The CAMELS | are coming! This t the Camel package in Which a significant change has recently lam mad* REWARD . r tf . f h for the best answers to this question: What significant change has recently been made ■ i • in the wrapping of the Camel package containing 20 cigarettes and what are its advantages to the smoker? mmmm—mm ^mmam ummmmug^mmmsmumaunmmg^mJ^^mamm wmm—m Tonight For more detail* tune In the Camel Hour on IS'. If. f. JS'etirork 9.30 tu 10.30 . • . • . Eastern Time 8.30 to 9.30 Central Time 7.30 to 8.30 . . . Mountain Time 6.30 to 7.30 Pacific Time Orrr Station* WJZ, WBZA, WBZ. WHAM. KtlKA, W<;AR, WJU, KYW, WLW, WRVA, WSJ9, WJAX, WFLA, WIOD, KWK, WREN. 11.15 to 12.13 . . . . Eastern Time 10.15 to 11.15 .... Central Time 9.15 to 10.15 . • Mountain Time 8.15 to 9.15 ..... Pacific Time Over Station* WIIA9, W8M. WSB. WMC. WAP I. WJDX, WSiMB, KTHS, WTMJ, KSTP. WKHC. WKY, WRAP, KPRC, W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 February 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE t ^ * * f CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All want ads arc cash in advance. They must be paid before thev will bo inserted. Want Ads may be telephoned to the office beiore 12 o'clock on the day of insedtion and a collector will call. Rate*: Two cent, per word per insertion, three insertions for five Bents minimum twenty-five cents per insertion. Out of town advertising cash with order. The News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under nu- proprlate headings and to revise or withhold from publication any copy determined objectionobic or miileadlng. Notice of any error must be Riven in time for correction before scconii "Aicrmpllees, likely, Personals JUNL'S AND Shoppe now MARIE'S Beauty giving permanent waves complete with shampoo and finger wave for $2.50. 1004 East Francis. MME. MARIE, a medium nnd ad- viser. A true medium is born, not made; if there is any problem you would like to have solved, call and bfe co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 February 1931

T. i rrttrvt 1 ® PACE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1931. ! © ■ i i $v Moraine Edition of the Pampa Dally News THE PAMPA MORNING POST pSHSiS&'X OP THE ASSOCIATED PI mornings except Sunday and Monday company. 333 West Foster, pampa, Te: Pull Leased Wire by the Nunn-Warren was PHILIP R. POND OUN E. HINKLE Manager .. Editor 3 # The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication of all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. All rights for re- publication of special dispatches herein also arc reserved. Entered as second-claim matter October 1, 1030 at the post office at Pampa, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1870. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier in Pampa ION to the PAMPA MORNING POST In Combination with PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. One Month (News and Post) 85 Per week. (News and Post) . ao By Mail, Pampa and Adjoining Counties One Year. (Morning and S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 February 1931

[WEDNESDAY MOVING, FEBRUARY 25, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE SEVEN WEST TEXAS BUFFALOES DEFEAT CAGERS FROM COMMERCE Rain Halts Play Of Tennis Star .■TEXAS CHRISTIAN FIVE TAKES A COIR- CAME C AN VON, Feb. 21. H/l'i—The West Texas StaU; Te;i?hfcrV ecl- !<";r (juintcl defeated the Eai;t lefr, Teachers from Commerce, 5! lure tonight in the first name of the play off sqries for Use championship cf the Texas Intercolleglatc At !i Is tie Arsoeia- tirii. COLLEGE STATION, F.fb. 24. (/!•) -in.) failure of the Texas Aggies it; mu!:e free throws count proved eiD'.ly ti.ni'ilit when (he ,'IeJca.i christian university llcrlietl ■Trot; out the Angler; 30 lo 20 in a Utterly fought contest. Tiie Aucjics played neck, njid netlc with tho Frees, tit"h tsantf scorinn 'ili'iekl goals, but mndc'lohiy four .f ten frli'i. .'.hots g.vci, v.'iile the )I< rued Fiv.^s counted ei'jht. C'ii.iain Shiro Ilotee, Agrrie pivot man, easily was the owuandim. man on tlie l'locr, sinKiiw eight lieUl goals and <....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 February 1931

AAAf Ajk+^^+f-r + pf t /* r • 'f, PAGE EIGHT PAMPA MORNING POST their car to Oklahoma City. Testi- mony showed the lour were gone two days. Trarkx Ait Mifrhril # Jce Chambic.%, of LePorii said that he owned the Shady Grove dance hall and that Taylor and Mia other deputies the next roornin tcok the boots no the scene of the crime and iried them In track- WILSON TIL" (Cantlnaed Fran hit 1) ear. a pontlac landeau. about 10 ■ — o'clock "He said he had a little Job jWlkon left the dance hall at about be wanted to do. I didn't a* him 110 o'clock. He said he did not ie« what It was but supposed that It them leave together but saw them was a generator Job since he worked dancing- fuid drinking together. In his fathers chop at Parapa." ih? Deputy Harris King testified that wttnefls stated. "About 9 o'clock wilaon wore cowboy boots when ne BilUe and my wife cams by ttyc was brought to jail. He said he and atatinr rink, where 1 was working. in my car. They drove on to Bhaoy Grove. BUUe, I late...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 February 1931

^ MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAILY MEWS VOL. 1. No. 106. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City In Tern*; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26. 1931. Full (AP) Leased Wire PRICE FIVE CBim WILSON GETS 20-YEAR SENTENCE i > « COMPROMISE CRUDE IMPORT MEASURE TO BE DRAFTED BIG STATE HIGHWAY BOND ISSUE IS' REPORTED' FAVORABLY TO STOP RICE TWIC/Q^W^CfTY COMMITTEE REJECTS APPOINTMENT OF BALDWIN kidnaping jin pissed IS CAPITAL OFFENSE NOW UNDER NEW I PROPOSAL AUSTIN, Feb. 25. M1)—1The pro- posed $200,000,000 state highway I brnil issue survived its first test I tcclay when tha senate constitution- i rJ amendments committee voted five to two to give it u favorable > report. The bond issue was one of the thief planks In Governor Sterling's I platform in his first campaign last! summer. Tlie resolution reported favorably by the senate committee was one agr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 February 1931

ftj ! [ V* I ii £ N-'1 t !,, « i'J j ' ir ft >• r i i $ J S ! PAGE TWO PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MOI'NiNG, FEBRUARY 26, 19.11, # Daily Cross-word Puzzle AOMM 1. MHM traix*** 4. Mwrt (or • m>n'« K. WST India* Solution of VMtcrda/a Pustf* a T_. „ ic An4:Lann 17. Juno for to. j^brutktr of SI. Novel X Si. Stiallor rcc.'P- !T. W?lhar#l SI Malta* a irli- lake St. lUnda 91. Pemlnlna nam* M. Utatcrn M. potentate 55. tt. Fat* of i. point: math. ««. Thfowa W- It. Knert it. fft&o* «l. 4J. wiSfor «. Hotai* «. 41. state In Brnifl Si. « Hoik COfUli!^ ri!MI ' Jfl '! MtaiiLa -,1 Al 1 auuuawi ;i uoa ijfjjiijcsHUHia rjau UHB yiiSti tiuu aai aaasfeie ruciii T'irox: p">fx Near Jlockira Artinle friend of Hytfalax Note of tha acal* Uneven Sou ih .* frlrao anlelc|>e Printer# mcarure tt. App'^datc *i a 1'!: ~'OW.t I. Itepr^c-I..!- tiv* I. ilold LKU At ta"ina 4. Metal 5. I'riclce loca- t on «. Ilurnlng *. I'rrtalninc to tl>e moon t. Dentin* 9. I.Sg'ior 10. I*ronuup 11. At no lllti* IX L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 February 1931

THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREB CHARM IS NEVER DULL, NANCY EARLE TELLS WOMEN * • . . <:> Baker School TO BE ABLE 10IH15 Will Hold Open House "dPEl PROGRAM ED During Today; Public Is Invited Band Will Be On Local Programs 11 The Song-o-Phone Bimci,- organ- ized in the first grades at Wooclro\. ..I- i • —i i , vVils 011 s-liool, be on a pro- Thta wrA? chapel program at | p„ \t Sun Houston school on Wcodrcw Wilson school was pro- . T? weeR while or. sen ted by the high third grade ui. •; l1,uuJa>- °f. 11<jXt.. 7,?®.' dcr the direction ol Miss MCLnO'LGN Y IS EASY "OR PERSON Ti FALL INlO Reports Given at Dorcas Gathering ant dates in February. The dat included Ground-Hog 1 lay, Thomas! <iv , . A. FUlscn's birthday, Lincoln's birth- • . d *-" •■ • day, Valentine Day, Washington's] birthday, and Longfellow's birthday.: |The children have studied the lives cf the above men in their! "Monotony Is one cf 111" easiest j Committee reports were m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 February 1931

m l'st\ I J" m my I I : V s. $ M i i i PAGE FOUR PAMPA morning post THURSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 2<f, 1931, M/wnint Edition at tt* Punpa DaUy Nevra THE PAMPA MORNING POST ——1 tmwtm nw thb ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Uued Wlw Published morninpi ««*Pt S"ng^^mMd*&xila th# Nunn"Warre Publishing company. J22 Wwt Foster, psmps. Tt**s Manager .. Editor Publishing company. PHILIP R.POND OLIN E. HINKLE Th« Associated Press is exclusively entitled to. the use for publication riimatches credited to or not otherwise credited in this • wpSr and^jSo^hetoctUniws ^Wished hereto. AU right. lor re- oi special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered as seoond-cla^ maUer OcU^r l. lMO at the post office at P>mpa, Texas, under the Act of March 3, lo78. ~ subscription rates finBSCRlPTION to the PAMPA MORNINO POST In Combination with THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. One Month (News and Post) jX Per week. (News and Post)....... • • • ■■ • y - By Mail. Pampa and Adjoining Counties On...

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