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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Shamrock Texan — 29 March 1935
J&.. I - i'- M>v< V EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY ASSOCIATED PRESS SERVICE SHAMROCK* WHEELER COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1935 VOL. 31—NO. 281 CROWDS PACK CITY FOR LEAGUE CONTESTS STRENGTHEN FORCES IN HAMILTON HUNT TWO BANK ROBBERS RELEASE PRISONERS IN NIGHT'S FLIGHT AUTOMOBILE THEFTS PART OF MISSISSIPPI REIGN OF TERROR BY BANDITS JACKSON, Miss., March 29 (/P) —Peace officers supported by posses, militiamen and federal de- partment of justice agents, were congregating 25 miles south of here today in the Hamilton hunt. JACKSON, Miss.. March 29 0in- National guardsmen and peace of- ficers of south and central Mis- sissippi strengthened their force* today in the hunt for Raymond Hamilton, believed to have been one of two robbers who yesterday looted the Prentiss bank of 91,100 and carried out a night campaign of terror with shootings and kld- napings. Two were wounded In various brushes with officers but all kid- naped persons except two had been released today as the rob...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Shamrock Texan — 29 March 1935
ftNPTwo THE 8HA)OtOCK TBXAN, Shamrock, T«xa Friday, March 29, 1935 TtM t—rnn> Tm PakUatalnc Company. Ine., Wl MfUi Mate Street Albert Ceoptr, tutor PhofM 1*0 _ it the poitofflee at Shamrock, Tint, u aecond-elan matter, under Act of I, tm. Subaerlptton Hate By Mall. IB Wheeler and adjoining eounttaa, M.00 par year: eleewhere M OO. By Carrier Delivery, lOe per week. NOTICE TO PUBLIC Say arroneoui reflection upon the character. (Undine or reputation of any parson, jlrai ar eorporatloa, which may appear in the column* of thl* paper will ba gladly pMienliil upon due notice of (am* being given to the editor personally at lb* office M Wl North Main Street, Shamrock, Texas National Napraaontatlw: Texas Dally Press League, Ine. Headquarter* Mercantile Building. Delias. Texas MKMMBM ASSOCIATED Mill Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of til news «hes credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also Um published hereto. Cj) MOVIE NOltf At The...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Shamrock Texan — 29 March 1935
V Friday, March 29,1986 tHE SHAMROCK TEXAN, Shamrock, Texas Pan Ttoec nbxt best to knowing a pact is knowing vhbu to find it. THE SHAMROCK Official Paper of Shamrock Public Schools if you do not take yourself seriously nobody else will. VOL. XII Shamrock, Texas, Friday, March 29, 1935 NO. 20 SELECT STUDENTS TO LATIN TOURNEY ELLISON. WOODS. FRANKS AND BONES HIGHEST IN RANK; OFF SATURDAY Of the first year Latin students, Evelyn Ellison and O. B. Frank? ranked highest to enter the annual Latin tournament Saturday, March SO, at Vernon, with Dorothy Jo Clark as' an alternate; Blllie Jo Knutson, Dorothy Jo Clark and Almarene At- kinson graded on an average of above 80. Of the second year students Hat- tle Sue Woods ani J. C. Bones held the highest averages, with Clifton Williams as alternate. Dorothy Jo Clark and Weldon Bright won in a recent essay contest and will alsc attend the meet. The contestants will leave for Vernon early Saturday morning Lunch will be served them at 11:45 and the...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Shamrock Texan — 29 March 1935
hh Fifty, ttaireh ** lift fe- Bf i Society Vlrrinla Andersoa Telephone 16# — Entertains Brldfe Club Mrs. Ed Apple was hostess to ttic Alpha Omnga bridge club at her home yesterday afternoon. An April (ool's day motif was carried out in the games with Mrs. AlRy- winning guest high. Mrs. W. H. OHllland member high, and Mrs Carl McPherson, low prises. Out favors went to Mrs. O. p; Mrs. Esca Porgy, Mrs. Frank Mitch- am and Mrs. Lonnle Burks. .- Refreshments were served to Mes- dames Porgy, Byan, Mitcham, riy- ton Wofford. Watson Bryan and Mi99 Betty Hanson, guests; Mei- «ames McPherson, Ollllland, Pur- eell, Ward McPherson. Burks, Matt Lewis, Art Fleming, Tom Rooker and Ernest Baggs. member®. • • la Honored At Party Miss Elizabeth Zelgler was honor- ed last night with a surprise birth- day party at the home of Miss Lo- vllla Clay. Miss Marie Woolard was Joint hostess with Miss Clay. 48 was played during the party hours. Refreshments were served to Misses Oleta Finley, Hazel Isaacs, Sall...