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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 October 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1931. 4j / 2J B Y FREtMAN LINCOLN [! PAMPA MORNING POST PACE FIVE ~ yJ! !il o .* I.OIT.: '.II )H4, ,< &<!" Hhfi'i'ill rrhims l''rfl!t(fi '!im~ sui>, whom fihrj h I'mK- Abbott, pu: ' Horn- •'<?, btrmmr i vcctl nt noiirii runi'th A hh i srt'. (Ovtrff uroltl.ii th.. Won* *0fr 0/ .. h I Moil, «!!(/ Min i /in-..'* Hum ?roi7.- i„ pbni. ( //M ( /. ■ lam i In',1 ' nhitlnr, ihi hr~ 'n must rm I illicit• Chapter 25 TREACHERY >EAK caulrt not answer Satii'u quest ion nt how poverty had |effected her.' "Well," xald Sain, "the result hats been that I've always been a char- ity patient. I've hceu forml to nc rent Invitation after Invitation that I've never had u hope of being able !to return. People have even tried I [to rIvo inc clothes! la it any wonder |tliat I've fallen into a very definite classification?" ; "And what," Peak Inquired j ! slowly, "do you consider your clas- isifleatlon?" i "I'm a sponge," said Sain eon-! [temptuouBly — "a larsc...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 October 1931

w I PACK SIX PAMPA MORNING POST wednesday morning, october 21, 1931. Moraine Edition of tbe nnpi DsUy Nam THE PAMPA MORNING POST MfMBBl OF THBABBOCIATKD WUBBfl-ruU M Wire •BUMted mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Wi Publishing company, 332 West roster, Pampa, Texas. Warren £ OUN E. 11 INKLE PHILIP a POND AVID M. WARREN^ a (BOB) BRASHEARS General Manager Buslnets Manager Managing Editor . .Advertising Manager BApw and also the U> _ __ _ pubUoatloa of special dUpatehe# t>«r«in alio are raeerred. Altered a* aecond-cUuM raatu-r Ortoher > 1*30 at the poet „ Texaa under the Act ut Marok a, l«n. Painpn, Is exrlusltaly entitled to the use for publication credited to or not otherwise credited In this local news .published herein. Ml rights for re- office at - 'i( jiji > ijy SUBSCRIPTION KATES By Carrier to Paapa fUfBCRIPTlON to ctie pampa MOKNINOPOST IB Oomblnauon with THEPAMPA dally news. Morning, Evening and uunday. Ona Month (News and Ho6i> 4> fat week. (News...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 October 1931

I GOOD MORNING—Until Mrs. Judd is found, women 5 feet and 6 inches tall, who have brown hair, blue-gray eyes, and weigh 125 pounds, better stay at home. J THE NEW FA MP A Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. > r PAMPA MORNING POST MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS VOL. II, No. 15. (Full AP Leased Wire) Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY.TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1931. (6 Pages) PRICE FIVE CENTS CLAIM VICE PRESIDENT TP QUIT HARVESTERS TO PLAY BROWN WOOD TEAM HERE FRIDAY JUDGE BRALY IS MUCH WORSE Negro Confesses To Shooting Men r ♦ VICTIMS IN PUZZLING MURDER MYSTERY FROM OILBELT LUST EVENING PHYSICIAN HAD DOlU'.T HK WOULD SURVIVE THE NIGHT IN COURTHOUSE SUITE LAST BULLETIN SAID HE HAD RALLIED A LITTLE STINNETT, Oct. 21. i/f'i -- Thr rendition of Judee Clilford Braly whs described by his attending phy- sician. Dr. E. A. Jones, tonight as critical. Mr. Braly suffered a heart attack yesterday. Dr. Jones said there was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 October 1931

'AGS TWO PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1931. % : f A I 5 ! ✓ Daily Cross-word Puzzle DIANA DANE TlstUn.rk Utf. Audita t. I. fitini on • More Night Doings ACROSS L Pertainlnt to ih# efit.k (. r«rtlOd IV. Kcrcaiicn 14. F.M.;nln« nam* JL Decla:« W. Wln^* 17. I'an of a Jo'r: 1 U"k rf ci*urat« Jt. Mora <Jo!tful « U jUi in 'vi'?.' ft. rmptoi'c * M f>m* « ciitt; |f. S<art*t SI H'tftt U r -od lb! i (I Irrntr . 0 Se'tLicri of Yoaterday'a Puxal# ialj ne(« i-o'n FlnlaliaiJ iiflRH AINL-iS C. Rmuit#i ♦J. .VJi'-ccafcin 7, Ackrtt'«U-dg« openly 9. Recompenaa 9. Kxchaiiga , .0. Tablet ^ U. Ftruin'ng to th« (u AC llUD of nutrition 15. Amtrlcan blick (oak* 13. Ciiy la New Hatnpahlra It. S'.ilo again 21. I1- malm :s. Wild plum ?l. l.'iuaralc Itav Kiiiptioal 34. Confccratlon FINE MESS VOUVE GOT f j a^I'LL CET US IN), DOOLEV / NON>/[ |(J5 |(vj ALL THE LADDERS BROKEN! L CkSWT. AMD "WE MOUSE IS j LOCKED UP. HOV ARE GOING TO GET BACK a^.JN ? SEE. Ol AN A, 1 POUND A VINDOV jVi^...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 October 1931

.) THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1931. SAM BY FREEMAN UNCO PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREI ai-.VOrsfi?: Ram Ulierrlll bi- t-unit) eitutiotil In I'rilk Ahliult ill. Hat lilt i/oiiio uitlllninnrt ah though tht lovti heddv Uinmnn, In • elltit htt luiuilu's poitrtu u d (o efftei Hit tonal ttlgma ol her hatf'brother \ elfin u> innrrhi Q0 to their maid. Slit tu> erli> there is timet hi nil wrono nhnut Hit Dutlilen turet a oI her tiepiather Fourth ' Alttersen i intention, Chapter 20 ACCUSATIONS AND REGRETS FftKDDY MUNSON. Tilers wag tbe name In bold, clear type Batni band trembled, holding the telegram. It was only by a distinct effort of will tbat the was able to read tbe message. "Arriving In town early touior tow." «Oreddy bad wired. '"Sbnll telephone immediately. Musi see you once more. Think you ows me at least that much." Sam carefully refolded the yellow sbeet of paper and put it back on tbe table. Then she nodded aud eat down ou the couch. W'bat must she do? Sbe hnd only a f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 October 1931

s \ v; I I I R t I P i L i ■ I ? PA&EFOUt pampa mofctfmc host THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER SI, 1031. LUBBOCK SELLS TICKETS FOB nun HUB CITIANS BELIEVE TEAM CAN SWAMP HARVESTERS While Pumpa't. Harvesters polish up their defensive and offensive good points and grease the rusty cnes, Lubbock players and fans are almost feverishly preparing for what contest GORILLAS TO AM . HT BORSEfl FBIBAT The Gorilla football team will go to Burger for a game Friday after- noon instead of Borger coming to Painpa as has been previously an- nounced. The game was scheduled ! early in the season. The Borger i squad Is plenty strong this season and Is doped to give the Gorillas ol W. O. Workman a tough battle. Wade PretneU. former Harvester end. will be playing on the Borger team. He has been going like a house on fire this season und little ground has been gained around his end. Coach Workman says he will start the same team thai battled the JOHNNY ON THE SPOT By Pap . .u„.« „n imnwtmt i White Deer Buck...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 October 1931

THURSDAY MORNING OCTOBER 22, 1331. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGt 9W IAN DIVISIONS GATHER FOR STUDY WEDNESDAY m Di ONE GROUP PLANS TO GIVE PARTY IN NOVEMBER mmm legion auxiliary to OUdlliLud HLdu BEBIN M(MENT here onjctober 25 The re-snrollment ot the Ameri- can Legion auxiliary's record-break- j lug 1931 membership fo:- iyyy will begin October 25. Mrs. W. C. de I Cordova, membership chairman ol i Kerley-Grossman unit oi the auxil- iary. announced yesterday as Jit' unit began plans lor its participa- i ticn in the auxiliary's nation-wide ! membership effort. Completion ol \ the re-enrollment by Armistice day is the goal toward which the Unit I is working. This year the national enrollment I Of the auxiliary passed the 4(10.000 mark for the first time and contin- ued growth Is expectcd in 1932. Mrs. , de Cordova said. She predicted that the total would approach one-half : million before the end of 1932. ex- plaining th.it the opportunities for patriotic service offered by the aux- iliary ar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 October 1931

I * « / FACE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22. 1931. I >flu ¥ ;• | It 1 i : Morning Edition of the ramp* Dally Neva THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Full Leued Wire •ublUhed morning* except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren Publishing company, 322 Wcm Foster, pampu, Texas. DAVID M. WARRRN R. S. <ROB> BRASHEAHS. OUN E. HINKLB PHILIP R. POND Oeneral Manager Business Manager ManagtiiK Editor ...Advertising Manager the Associated Pi of all news dlapa Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication i ' also all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited In thla id also the Loral news published herein. All rights for re- jn of special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered aa second-class matter October i 1030 at tne post office at piper an< ... . publication of special dispatches herein Entered aa second-class matter Oct. tanpa, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1170. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 23 October 1931

GOOD MORNING—Just became we took Texan from Mexico is no reason why Arkansas has any more right to that swamp than Oklahoma had to the East Panhandle. J S' THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS VOL. II, No. 16. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, CRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1931. (4 PAGES) PRICE FIVE CENTS m • 0 BILBO'S TROOPS GUARD NEGRO AL MUST STAND BEFORE JUDGE TODAY FOR SENTENCE CHINESE WAR LORDS COMPLETING TREATIES TO UNIFY CHINA • • i 1 BE j§ §1 I I • I m sni m LEAGUE PLAN • ♦ Laval Ready To Tackle Hoover CANTON AND NANKING GOVERNMENTS IN CONFERENCE LEAGUE SUGGESTS DATE PLAN IS NOT FAVORED BY CHINESE MINISTER AT GENEVA SHANGHAI, 0«'l. 22. l/f') — The tthlfird, democratic China fur which Sun Yat-Sen, Us first presi- dent, planned unii (ought seemed urartr today us President Chiang Kai-Shek conferred licre with po- Ittical adver...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 23 October 1931

PAGE TWO PA MI'A MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1931. 3 # iv 0 HARVESTERS READY FOR TOUGH BR0WNW00D TEAM TODAY BEST ELEVENS IL T ALL PAMPANS ARIi FIT AFTliR SCRIMMAGE EXCEPT FREEMAN Coach OdiM Mitchell put hi* Harvesters through a stiff scrim- marc yesterday afternoon and announced them ready for their tattle with the Brc.uawod Lions at Harvester park this afternoon ' at 3:30 o'clock. With the excep- tion of Joe Freeman, tackle, who injured his knee in the Amarillo game last Saturday, ttte entire I team will be ready. The coach has refused to name his starting lineup. He said he was as likely to start one string as an- ; other. Some of the substitutes look- ed so good in practice yesterday afternoon that it will not be sur- | prising if they get the starting assignment. New Uniforms. Joe Kahl and Pest Martindale will appear on the field this after- j noon in new uniform and new num- bers. Both players lost their uni- forms in the Amarillo game. The Bandies treated the two ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 23 October 1931

* • FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAG1 THRU I I 4 • COURSES SELECTED FOR TRAINING SCHOOL NEXT WEEK ti A is4 BE SERVED BY ENROLMENT TO BEGIN AT MONDAY NIGHT'S GATHERING Courses for both children and ad- ults have been selected (or the study course which is to be conducted for five days beginning Monday at the First Baptist church. The work is available for all who wish it, and no charge is being made either for the courses or for the supper, which will be served each evening by the Wom- an's Missionary society. Officials will attempt to ascer- tain the number to take the course at the B. Y. P. U. hour Sunday eve- ning, although enrollment will not begin until Monday evening. R. E. Gatlin is in general charge of the school. The first class period each qvening will be held between 6:30 and 7:30 o'clock, and supper will be served from 7:30 to 8 o'clock. The second class will be from 8 to 8:50 o'clock. Courses to be offered and the teachers arc as follows: Junior B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 23 October 1931

rfT" M. ' 1 \ I 1 (j • PAGE POUR PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23. 1931.1 Morning Edition of tlw Pampa Dally Neva THE PAMPA MORNING POST AUtAUllalv W * WmMSt nr"*, ' * — ■ r nvamu'" r uii uccacg nu« Published mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren Publishing company. 322 West Foster, Pampa. Texas. DAVID M. WARREN General Manager R. 8. (BOB) BRASHEAR6 Business Manager OWN E. HINKLE Managing Editor PHILIP R. POND Advertising Manager 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 tbe local news published herein. All rights for r publication of special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered as second •class matter October 1, 1930 at tbe post office at Pampa, Texas under the Act of March 3, 1179. Texas— (Continued From Pane 1 SUBSCRIPTION BATES By Carrier In Push SUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNINO POST in Combination with Morning, Evening and Sunday...

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

GOOD MORNING—Pampa's football rivals can console themselves with the reverses of the Gorillas who are only Pampa's football Foreign Legion, anyhow. V THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampd and Northeastern Panhandle MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS VOL. II, No. 17. (Full AI' Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1931. (4 PAGES) PRICE FIVE CENTS MRS. JUDD GIVES UP TO POLICE IBANK OFFICIALS ARRESTED IN COUNTERFEITING PLOT < ) « ALLEGE FAKE SURRENDERS TO POLICE t ^ CLAIM U. S. MONEY WAS §k TO BE TRADED FOR W: COUNTERFEIT f six men Id in jail Kl EXCHANGE WAS TO BE MADE IN JUAREZ MEXICO Eli PASO, Oet. as >A')—A scheme to save, a Colorado bank from fail- ure, which involved purchase ol' counterfeit United States rurrcn- 'fSaiif was bared by secret service agents here tonight. ffeJ® Six men were under arrest, in- ■' eluding u bank official, and agents «aid charges or conspira...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 October 1931

4i f AGS TWO PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1931. i ''v &. MMPttlM PAMPANS BURY LIONS IH 71-0 WALK-AWAY MISTIM HARVESTERS COMPARE FAVORABLY WITH OIL'BELT BEST By HARRY HOARE Sports Editor. The Pampa Harvesters continu- ed (heir undefeated way to a state championship yesterday afternoon whan they defeated the Brown - wood Lion* of the Oilbclt, 71 to u at Harvester park. Coach Mitchell UMd every man In uniform with- out weakening his team. The Abl- lene Eagles, doped to win the Oil- beH district, defeated the Lions only 34 to 6, while all that Cisco eould do was to beat the Lions 30 to 0. To pick a star in the Harvester team would be an Impossibility. The substitutes were particularly effect- ive against the invaders. Little Bam Turner deserves credit for the fight he put up against the big Lions. Hi* time remained until the half the Harvester substitutes guve the prettiest exhibition of rushed play this season and in two minutes crossed the goal line, Bast makin...

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

SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRER CAFETERIA AT BAKER SCHOOL HAS SUCCESSFUL START International Sunday School Lesson [pTV P[||pi Q DR. J. E. NUNN SERVED MEALS J i • i'J o • General topic: Paul in Corinth. Scripture lesson: Acts 18:1-11. Acts 18:1. After these things he departed from Athens, and taine to Corinth. 2. And he found a certain Jew named Aquilla, a man of Pontus by race, lately come from Italy, with his wife Priscilla, because Claudius had commanded all the Jews to de. part from Rome: and he came unto tli'.m; 3. And because he was of the same trade, he abode with them, and they wrought; for by their trade they were tentmakers. 4. And he reasoned in the syna- gogue every sabbath, and persuaded Jews and Qreeks. 5. But when Silas and Timoihy came down from Macedonia, Paul was constrained by the word, testi- fying to the Jews that Jesus was the Christ. 6. And when they opposed them- selves and blasphemed, he shook ou& his raiment and said unt...

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

r . PAGE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1931. Morning Edition of Um Pampa Dally Newt THE PAMPA MORNING POST III ' r > i ]} \ Kr: I" rf; MEMBER OP thi amociatb) PRBBS-Full Leased Wire Published except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warrsn Publishing company. 322 West foster, panipa, Texas. DAVID M. WARREN;. R. 8. (BOB) BRASHEAR8. OLIN E. HINKLE PHILIP R. POND Oeneral Manager Business Manager Managing Editor Advertising Manager The Associated of all news d paper and ale exclusively entitled to the use for publication - (^herwlse Press la ip Riches credited to or not. paper and also the local news pubUabed herein, publication of special dispatches hi Entered as second-class ir Pampa. Texas, under the Act tehee herein also are reaerted. . credited In this 411 rights for post office at lunday. •roamiRioN rates One Month (News and Post) <■ Per week. (News and Post)...................j,., <20 By Mail. Pa tape and Adjelalag OewaUes One Year. (Morning and 8unda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 October 1931

GOOD MORNING—Hoover praises his decision—thai radio be privately owned "where there would be no restraint upon programs ** His magnanimity has worked out perfectly!* \J' THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. PAMPA MORNING POST rVOL. II, No. 18. Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS,TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, 1931. (6 Pages) PRICE FIVE CENTS MRS. JUDD WAIVES EXTRADITION m m IJUNIOR E FOR FORMING T C. OF C. SHOWS PROMISE BEING LIVE GROUP yifcfc ■ fjtooun(; men under 33 years eligible mm' to join iiSPEIIKER COWING HERE llilwill cooperate with senior body in building CHAIN STORE TAX IS UPHELD • * • v i ' mi im|ii SI®;! Plans were drafted for the organ- ization of a junior chamber of com- merce for Pami>a at a meeting of iV' young business men In the Board of City Development office this after* iffifo'V noon. !Pp:s Age limit of the Junior chamber will be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 October 1931

fACK TWO PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, 1931. IV w ,J. E. CUNNINGHAM BUILDERS of PAMPA The progress development of any city is the result of the en- ergy and effort of the business men and firms who make it up. The businesses listed on this page are permanent institutions and have contributed much to the upbuilding of Pampa. j This page will appear in the News-Post once each wqfk and will contain something new and interesting each study of its stories will give a new knowledge of the reasohfej [for the individual successes. Help these merchants in their program. J. E. CUNNINGHAM IS HELPING BUILD A "BETTER PAMPA" Southwestern Public Service Company Established In 192S Electric service, a few years ago regarded as a luxury, has become an every- day necessity. Not only is electricity a great comfort and convenience in the home but it also turns the wheels of industry, lights streets, and protects life and property. The Southwestern Public Service Company feels that its...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 October 1931

• TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREI STATE MEETING WILL BE DISCUSSED BY CLUBS TODAY v V :;t # * sis * * Si! ❖ # :|i sH ;Js j;« si« >!s Officers For High School Classes This Year Are Elected By Students THREE HUNDRED ARE EXPECTED FOR CONVENTION Thr fact (hat the convention or the Texas Federation of Women's club* is in the Panhandle this year will make It possible for many of Pampa's club women to he pres- ent. The convention will be dis- cussed by El Progresso, Senior Twentieth Century, Junior Twen- tieth Century, and the Twentieth Century Culture clubs at meetings this afternoon in the homes of members, and will be brought up at the Child Study club meeting on Thursday. Some, if not all, of these groups will elect official delegates. Three hundred of more delegates arc cxpectcd to attend the conven- tion, which will be held in Lubbock Nov. 0-12, according to Mrs. William Dingus of Lubbock, chairman of hostess committees. These delegates will be busi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 October 1931

N'vy; V % tfct. ♦%*•'« %tVVVV*V «9 >-, rial m PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, lMl ^ K/ " | J I i I l |i I i 1 I a t w i m I J II n i w i It I i f •j II i I % i V * * ft i LIBBOCK'S BACKFIELO 01TWENHS PAMPJ'S 20 POINDS • T . .-...^MtUtasR. JH ...... .... _ , , nnm/1 ! -_ T^-i-ll„ TJ...1 IIS ILL JTERNERS SURE 01' INNING DECISIVE BATTLE The Panipa Harvester* went through ft stiff scrimmage yester- day afternoon to start u week of In- tensive training In prepurution loi their game with the Lubbock West- erners Saturday afternoon. Coaches Odus Mitchell and Argus M. Fox arc Hbftlng out a defense to meet the powerful thrusts of tlie Westerners, Who are Just as dangerous In the air gu* on the ground. Joe Freeman, tackle, is still 01V With ft knee Injury suffered in the Amarlllo game. It Is doubtful if lie fcrlll be able to start Saturday's bat- tle. When asked who he would JACK DEMPSEY GIVEN FLORDIH FIGHT OFFER ■tart in place of Freeman, Couth Mitchell sold that lie lutd ...

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