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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 October 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, 193!. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVf Classified, Advertising Hates Information AU Want Ads are strictly cash and are acceptcd over the phone with the positive understanding that the account is to t>s paid when our collector calls. 666 or 667 PHONE VOLR WANT AD TO Our courteous ad-taker will receive your Want Ad, helping you word it. All Ads for "Situation Want- ed," "Lost and Found" are cash with order and will not be ac- cepted over telephone. Out-of-Town advertising, cash with order. The News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under appropriate headings and to revise or withhold from pub- lication any copy deemed ob- jectionable. Notice of any error must be given in time for correction be- fore second insertion. In case of any error or an omission in advertising of any nature The News-Post shall not be held liable for damages fur- ther than the amount received for such advei Using. NEWS-POST LOCAL RATE CARS EFFEC- TIVE MAY 1; Classified ...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 October 1931

. * * ' ■ FT Mian ■ PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, 1931. W -.5s • ji: I St. I & [: § i Morning Edition of tlw Pampa Daily Ntws f THE PAMPA MORNING POST iPERFECT ATTENDANCE ■>xiui 5 Publishing com OF TOT ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Leased Wire mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warrtn company, 333 West Poster, Pampa, Tcxaa. DAVID M. WARREN BR AS 11EARS &A1 PHILIP (BOB) M. HZNKLE. R. POND Ocneral Manager Business Manager ..Managing Editor Manager Advertising tol Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication Ot_aH news dispatches credited to cur not otherwise credited In this MMT jutd also the local news published herein. All rights for re- publleationi of special dispatches herein also are reserved. ^ tetered as SMpnd-class matter October fimo at the post office at INmpa. TVxas under the Act of Msrofa 3. 1871 SUBSCRIPTION RATES wews and ... By Mail, Pampa and Adjoining Oaantlee One TeW| (Mynlng and Sunday).. ornlng and Sunday) New...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 October 1931

THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. J iVOL. II. No. 19 h4 GOOD MORNING—The Longhorns' anxiety to tell the world who made that lone touchdown at Harvard is probably the reason why only one was made. J" PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1931. (4 Pages) PRICE FIVE CENTS ACDONALD WINS LANDSLIDE JUDD CHANGES MIND; WILL FIGHT EXTRADITION papers ANGELES, Oct. 27. uVi— i Battle lines were drawn tonight £1;'between the direct examination • of the state of Arizona to try .Mrs. '. Ruth Judd at once for the slaving jtefof Miss lleaviK samuelHon and i'v1 ; Mrs. Agnes LeKol. and the strut- plans of the defense to de- *'■'* lay her extradition through step- , by-step maneuvers. The signing of the extradition pu- ts by Governor James Rolph Jr., u San Pi'anciKco hospital where was suffering with a cold, today ij; ^b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 October 1931

p K+r. fAGl WO *■> I'AMPA MORNINCi POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28. 1931. KAHL'S SERIOUS INJURY NECESSITATES OPERATION ON TOE NOT PLAY IN LI FREEMAN'S INJURY IS KEEPING HIM OUT OF SCRIMMAGE When the Harvester* take the field against the Lubbock Western- ers Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Joe Kahl. sensational halfback, may be fitting on the sidelines. Kahl Injured a toe In Lubbock Saturday night and It has (riven him painful trouble since then. He was not in uniform yesterday afternoon but watched scrimmage from the side- lines. A minor operation in which part of a "big toe" nail was removed was performed upon the Injured member yesterday. Coach Odus Mitchell is working Claude Sulllns in Kahl's place but tic is limping with a "Charlie horse." The team is being put through stiff workouts every afternoon and has the appearance of being ready for the big game which the Harvesters must win to take district honors. Ivy Berry and Jim Groom are two Harvesters who arc making things ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 October 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRU a ' f 1 CHURCHES MAY HELP IN OBSERVING EDUCATION WEEK ********* ******* >jf * * $ ************ ************ Will Be Well-Represented At State Meeting In Lubbock Pampa Clubs T • i • BE HOSTS TO i DIFFERENT SUBJECT IS STARTED FOR EACH DAY OF WEEK Local churches will be asked to help In observing American Educa- tion week here Nov. 9-15, according to announcement yesterday by Supt. R. B. Fisher. It is an elaborate pro- gram that is faing arranged by the schools. Many special features, in- cluding daily chapel periods, will be held, and parents are invited not only to attend these programs but to visit the children's classes as well. Programs given the schools and probably by other organizations will be based on the following subjects: Monday, Nov. 9 — What the Schools are Helping America to Achieve in Economic Progress. Tuesday, Nov. 10 — What the Schools Are Helping America to Achieve in Child Health and Pro- teclton...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 October 1931

i.;a .•. . 'T't >■"' • v , *, *••*'•' - •" * • ." • ■ ■ - \ V\ V\T1 \ \ \ * \ \ s V*V> VWVV.ItlllltlVltl rtf *1 r$$% , i.'vyvvfw1 • ■ •** +> 4pMr"- A# PAOB POUR PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1931. B li¥ flv' I ;§ I V II i | ga [if 4 i P& t learning BdiUon of ttio Pampa Daily News THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED' PRE88—Full Leased Wire Published mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren Publishing company, 322 Wert Foster, Pampa, Texas. DAVID M. WARREN R. 8. (BOB) BRASHEARS... OUN E. HINKLE PHILIP R. POND —General Manager ...Business Manager Managing Editor .Advertising Manager STEEL PROFIT 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 are reserved. Entered as second-class matter October 1, 1830 at the post oSlce at Pamp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 October 1931

J' w t GOOD MORNING - The inconsistency of Lubbock's tuck beliefs lies in her ffift of a black cat to Martindale and her refusal to let Mine. CI air her t pick a four-leaf clover. f THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Glowing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. \ f PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle VOL. II, No. 20. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1931. (8 Pages) MORNING EDITION OF THE • . i PAMPA DAILY.NEWS / PRICE FIVET cENTST CHILD GIVEN LIFE SENTENCE JUDGE BRANDS CAPONE'S WITNESSES AS PERJURERS CANNON IS INVOLVED IN 16 CHARGES WHERE "BLUEBEARD" FACES TRIAL RAGES CALLEO LIES w i COURT SAYS GANGSTER INTIMIDATED HIS WITNESSES ML GIVEN SIX MONTHS CHARGES AL GUILTY OF REVOLT AGAINST U. S. LAWS By VICTOR 1IACKLER CHICAGO. Ort. 28 (AV-Al Cu- panes income tax '.rial Had a rousing aftermath in federal court today as the gang chief and his followers were denounced for "in- timidating" witnesses, and the bodyguard who bro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 October 1931

f ACE XW* f I I PAMP.^ CORNING POST t V I I I I -' I I -4 & h The of I m Hn on* «* S3 rhx pm n3 UPC '■ j «* d* in eft ab oh of v| t 01. I th td M it w di «a at 16^ th pr di d) st 8t H* I h ] c# b« CI b« te et ei a tt IT u f t< d c" p a i p i i ! a i j B B a s a * t \' ' * j" t P'; ft. i'i - W£- EV■■ |i . j (§ Daily Croaa-word Puzzle A6R0M drink its • money et m length- ■umbir don to • Idlrig •yaUma of ♦ rrtpuitKiiia Solution of Yaatarday'a Pualo □□□ nannra rcnR arm QraranP! arao nnujanrap! nLiranra nnmrs rannn racinnn □□niarsiEEi ™SSJ annnn m HEIH iannnra amn □H unaBrs IOHCH nn^ncHH lamnraH uanfi annn acDnan unnmnuki □an BRHtia ams aara heihhh aaa itlltMT Severity Toutbful Constructed In bed Topas hum* mine blril Tsnnysonlan character Scarce Gaelic <• |"d Unit or fore# DOWN 1. Impudence: dial. i. Egg-shaped a. Precise 4. Rugged moun* lain crest I. Mala child «. Public speaker 7. Hubsequently I. lilghaat moun- tain In th* Philippine* (od 49. InTei terpret: archnla II. City ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 October 1931

THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREt MORE THAN TWO HUNDRED ATTEND TRAINING SCHOOL, BITS OF SKELLYTOWN NEWS SUPPER SERVED EACH EVENING BY W. M. S. Enrolment at the First Baptist i trelnlng school went considerably past the 200 mark last evening, the third day of the school, and stu- dents are working in preparation for examinations to be held Friday flight, The largest class is that for juniors, there being close to 50 in this group. Last evening the regular meeting of teachers and officers was dis- continued In order that the time might be devoted to study. The first class each evening be- gins at 6:30 o'clock and lasts io 7:30, at which time supper Is served. During the half-hour allotted for supper, a devotional is led by R. E. Oatiin, and a sing song is enjoyed under the direction of Earnest I Fletcher. Women of the W. M. S. arc serving the meals. On Friday, the first period will be spent in review and the second in examinations. Following the sec- on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 October 1931

fA0EF0U1 PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1931. fAQ j ►ublh Publlr- DAVfl R. 8. OLIN PH1L1 The i of all « Ei torn? Per i One 1 •Ix & One Blx & three pamjp won a same, T1 gale desc in d: crev ably T old of u ■we i the cien B thai to 1: sad it. F Sou exit we dro pre J sto \yh' at Ion tha'' puc dor die sto str the*,, i hoj Ret Tl A can bun cer be teni erm one; 0 n p to mu to ! B ton dul che Me BgS MB por 1 Htt Of fila; «h« pai thr got tot the Frl Jos f Ro> Ro a i poi Mi api Vi( thi act pli ' I bn bo> 9 bn irt| t« 8 an HARVESTERS END SCRIMMAGE WITH 3 REGULARS INJURED KM LIKELY BRUSHING UP ON SPORTS By Laufer KiKOOM POSSIBLY. ONLY ONE WHO WILL BE OUT OF LINEUP The Harvesters ended their scrim- mugints lor the Lubbock game yes-; terdny afternoon against the Goril- las, who put up the best fight they have shown this season. With the . exception of Kahl, Groom and Free- man who are on the Injured list, the entire Harvester squad went Into the scrimmage which la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 October 1931

THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1931. tad- ' on ■vith re- lent 1 in the s or >1)10 •ina IE lot. 9 • PAMPA MORNING POST —-r • -mm PACK Five \FTER YEGGS C APTURED TOWN nil AY COUNTY IS MOST VKRSAT1LE FOR FARMING Agriculturally, Gray county unique among the counties of Ptyihandle—and Texas as w-il. This sinRUlarny is uue chlun the topography. The "lii<- of .... land" makes the north and south- west portions of the county especial- ly adapted to the minim of wheat; the southeast to the growing of row crops—cotton, corn, grain sorghums, fruits and vegetables, and the cn- tral and south portions id ranching. No other county m the Panhandle Is as versatile in tills respect. In 19U9, the county produced 2,2W,44(i bushels of wheat, bales ol cot- ton from 14.532 acres and had :>n 351! head of cattle on its 701 farms. One of the leading agricultural counties in the stale is Cooke, ill Northeast Texas, in l'J2!). that comi- ty produced 13.4U0 bales uf cotton from 04,070 acres, 504,490 bu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 October 1931

\ v.'. w,\ \ v*. v \\*av v v w.v.W : ,\w ? t rw H SSS5 THK One 1 Per ' One '. tlx 1 One su > fhrec FtBB NOTJ ■am* T1 gale desc in d crev ably T old of u we i the cieti B that to.k Bad it. F Sou exit we dro pre J RtO wh< at Ion, Ii thai puo dor die sto Rtr the i hoi tret Tl A cam bum cer be tent erw one; 0 n p to mu: to 1 B tan del cha Me 5£ por II Rtt of sla: 8h< p« thr gor tor, the Fi1 Joi 1 RO Ro a i poi Mi np) Vl« tht SS • I bn bot b« inf tm a an I - Moraine Edition of the Pampa Daily Neva THE PAMPA MOPING POST T MSMBIR OF TOT ASSOCIATED* PBBBS-FuU Leased Wire ■UbllaMd morning* except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren PSoitthlng company. 322 West foster, PampaT Texas. IVID M. WARREN... .'.77.OenwaT Manager (BOB) BRASIIEARS Business Manager & HINKXI ....Managing Editor ~ R. POND Advertising Manager M Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication all news dlspatohes credited to or not otherwise credited In this per and also the local news publi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 October 1931

TULi.'DAY_ MCTNINti, OU TOWER ay, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE SEVEft - i 'W'M. ■&*' SYNOPSIS! um SlicrrlU >eth Peak Abbott, irhom si 10 vru)>itinl la marrl/ because ol her tamilu'l riiinucial ill/tiiiiltlcs that altliounh -U« ha I been In love with FreiUlu Muiisoil the now has tinrtrtl rtr/l. illtelu With Fredilu. Hcak brllei t.a Ihnt incl her nenlntlier Fourth 4 hferaea, has became wealthy, Sum Kill "lake peace with Frcililu, Chapter 32 discovered after midnight «nONT you really believe me? tr It's true," Sara said. Peak turned to tier swiftly. "Do you mean to tell me," lie demanded savagely, "tliat nil you and Freddy Muusou talked about was dresses and parties and such silly drivel? Do you mean to say you didn't ex- plain why you didn't go to New York with him that nisht?" "I'll admit i tried to explain, but lie wouldn't listen." "Why not?" "He said there wasn't any use. He said he wouldn't hear a word of it unless I could say yes to a question ho wanted to ask." "What...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 October 1931

f* u;; tAQl EIGHT PAMPA MORNING POST .TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1931. rt • " w 1 Pa K< % 3 ol o| 3 cf ; ti i it ei vt If 8* I i 4' l § bt tot er e0 n a to mi "i a 5 ropti" k i hM tfc I 8TJ5RUNG ORDERS MEN TO LEAVE TRACT ON BOUNDARY AUftTXN. Oct. 38. </!'>—Oovpnci R 0. Sterling tmlav ordered twc Tetar Rangers who had been de- tailed to occupy a tract of land on the lexis.Arkunsas boundary to dc- cainp and return to their head- quarters. Pit Dougherty, secretary to the governor, said need of the Ranger*' pretence In ihe vicinity hud passed with amicable settlement by the two states of their depute over owner- ship to certain territory on the Bod river between Texarkana and New Boston Both Arkansas and Texas gume wardens were claiming jurisdiction ovci a tract estimated to contuin 4.600 acres used principally as a bunting and fishing ground. The the attorney gene nil of Arkansas wrote the uttorney general of Tex- as that the Traveler state Intended to exercise jurisdiction ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 30 October 1931

GOOD MORNING—El Paso had to learn yesterday the lesson many Texas cities have learned—that Sterling's promise to attend a convention is not as good as his bond, PAMPA MORNING POST - Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS fOL. II, No. 21. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1931. (4 Pages) PRICE FIVE CENTS WO DIE IN TEXAS DEATH CHAIR {MURDER SUPPLANTS SUICIDE AS THEORY IN STABBING OLIEE 111 BRIDGE PARTY FOUND NEAR SCENE OF I WILD DRINKING PARTY FRIENDS CLAIM SUICDE E GIRL'S HOST DENIES OWNERSHIP OF KNIFE OALIIAJt'l', Oct. 149. iA'i—Two i men and a woman, members of the party police Kay, JuaUita Crls- well, 20, was with wheM she watt Killed tier* .early mi# morning were being questioned by officials here tonight. The 20-year-old girl died at the climax of a wild drinking party, two stab wounds In her body, officers said. The in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 30 October 1931

h 1 'tt' fAGK VWO i'.MMPA MORNING POST F'liDAY MI>KNING OCTOBER 30, 1931. # TEAM'S CONDITION BETTER NOW THAN FOR SANDliE CAME RENO TO Fill HI HOW GROOM PlirED UNO BEAT L James Groom, Harvester tackle, Injured in scrimmage Tuesday aft- ernoon, was out today for the first time. He was walking around with his arm In a sling and "cussin'" his bad luck. Groom suffered a dislocated shoulder and torn ligaments and had to be tuken to the hospital. As the big fellow came out of the ether ho was playing a game of football and It was nil that physicians and other players could do to hold him on the operating table and keep him *^22 lnJurlng his shoulder agalJi. Hi© first sounds to come from Groom's lips were • Whoopee, I got that Lubbock ball toter by the foot and he can't make a yard." Groom Is broken-hearted that the injury had to come Just before the crucial game. The big fellow did great work against ihe Sandles from AmariUo In the second half, and was scheduled to see plenty of scrv- L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 30 October 1931

FRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER 30, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRE* SPEAKERS SELECTED FOR AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK • l# • • TALKS WILL BE GIVEN BY GRADES EACH OF FOUR DAYS principal speakers already are se- lected, and other plans for observing American Education Week are pro- gressing rapidly at Baker* school. Nationwide observance of the week will begin Monday, Nov. 9, and will continue through the following Sun- day. American education will be ob- served with daily chapel services in all ol' the local schools, and parents and other patrons are invited to at. tend and to visit the classes. Churches will be asked to join in the observance of the week, and lo- cal clubs may also have a part. At Baker school, the first grade chapel period will be held daily at 9 o'clock, the second grade at 10 o'clock, the third grade at 11 o'clock, and the fourth and fifth grades at 2 o'clock. Monday's speakers will include following: 9 o'clock—the Uev. Ray N. Johnson; 10—Mrs. J. A. 11—T. C. Lively; 2—the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 30 October 1931

PAGE POUR PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1931. Morning Edition of the Pampa Dally New THE PAMPA MORNING POST tBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS-Full UlM Wire mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren [ company, 322 West Foster, Pampa, Texas. MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Published j ~ Publishing DAVID M. WARREN Oeneral Manager R. 8. (BOB) BRAS HEARS Business Manager OUN E. HINKLE Managing Editor PHILIP R. POND Advertising Manager The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication of all news dispatohes credited to or not otherwise credited In this taper and also the local news published herein. All rights for re* publication or special dispatches herein also are reserved. _ Entered as second-class matter October 1. 1030 at the post office at Pampa, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1819. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier la Pampa SUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNINO POST In Combination with . —,— "venlnif and Bundav. M THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 31 October 1931

ft [ GOOD MORNING—One miftht think Mr. Hoover IS a foreigner by the way he extends 'Europe's debts, and refuses to stop the Houston land bank from foreclosing on Texas farms. - ^ —— c THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Glowing 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. 21. (Full AP leased Wire) T PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1931. (6 Pages) PRICE FIVE CENTS • • OFFICIALS ATTACK NAVY LEAGUE PREACHERS DEMAND S. M. U. TRUSTEES BE OUSTED <A> —- THE "PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER" =; FIX SALARIES ^REINSTATE MOTION TO W REMOVE ALL SUCH MEMBERS TO QUARREL!! IN OPEN OPPOSE HIGH SALARIES , OF PRESIDENT AND COACH MORRISON BONHAM Oct. 30. f/l1)—Heated d^icu&slon of administrative af- fairs of Southern Methodist uni- versity featured today's session of the North Texas conference of the Methodist Episcopal church. South. Following a sharp dc-baLe the del- egates rei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 31 October 1931

I I L fAOK TWO pampa monr.'ir.'g "ost SATUPDAV MORNING, october 31, 193l te: P f t. ♦ SAM BY FREEMAN LINCOLN SYNOPSIS: For a ichtl* prepa- ration* for her teed din a with C« Abbott kltB WW ShcrrW %torryi*B about mnrrino* of ktr ...... •on and their maid. Uqrtha >4 it • I I •V X (rum no about the unfortunate ■ her half hrothrr S l- •Wf, ... ...rtr maid. Uartha and about her iteptather Fourth A I- dertea. Fourth It miKn® mnnej/ /rem an (urmftiw trjhlrh Sam be. HMM unsaleable. Eugenie trye, who tovee Fourth U fmtrtloanns the tale. Chapter 34 THREE PINS ANO A PHONE CAUt PEAK congratulated Her wlsen abe told blm about It In bis offlea Immediately afterward. "That vh clever," be said. shaking bis hMd la admiration. "Fourth's coming bona tbls after- noon, you know. Peak." Sam said "What do you tblnk I'd better say to htm about tbia business* Do you tblnk I ought to say anything?" "No. t'd ignore it entirely If I wera jrou.: Fourth won't admit that ba wm reaponsibie for Martha's go- ing ...

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