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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 July 1932

i. 3 COCOA It's a refreshing, cooling, invigorat- ing hot weather drink. QUR MOTHER'S COCOA also has many other delightful summer uses—in chocolate ice cream, chocolate pies, cakes, icings, syrups and custards. Three handy sizes—Vt lb., 1 lb. and 2 lb. BUT A CAN AT YOUR GROCERS TODAY. E. & A. OPLER, Inc. CHICAGO, ILL. BROOKLYN. N. Y. i< all it cocti me to enjoy the world't finest salt! It never chokes saltcellars in damp weather.•• and it protects hit 91* MORTON'S SALT iodi2k d iAobc,?,S \ WHEN IT RAINS MS V IT POURS TEXAS RAILROADS EARN- INGS DECREASE The net operating income of Texas railroads for the first three months of 1932, showed a decrease of 85 per cent compared to the first three months of 1931, ac- cording to a verified report of the Texas Railway Com- mission. The significant feat- ure is that every report of the Commission has shown a decrese for the last two years, reflected by applica- tions before the Commis- sion by railroads to curtail both freight and pass...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 July 1932

SL**. ** ■' ■■ ■ ***&&&# ■ -•- -> -■ ' , r TT> NSHbf,;_ | try It On Nm Mi watch *9 (eage > ■ ■ 'milium j :. U VOLUME U 'vi . .si . '' CLAUDE, ARMSTKONO COUNT* TEXAS, PK1DAT, )DII •, 1MI > J 8 '■■ ■ t . i State Maintenance Fund likely to Pave Our Highway Paved Highway To Be Made Without Bonds * *. Many Armstrong county Citizens have been interested In having a paved highway through \he county from Potter county line to the Donley county line, but felt that voting bonds would come too high and therefore gave up the idea of having this hard surfaced road at that time. From the Clarendon News and Amarlllo Dally News we learn that the Highway Department Will grade, drain and hard surface this road if this county will furnish a 100 feet right-of-way. There was never a more libeiui proposition ever came to this county than that. Many other counties have already voted bonds and have their hard surfaced roads in use. As to when they will get their money back remains t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 July 1932

ANNOUNCEMENTS Claude News Is authorized announce the following can- tor the office, under which i names appear, Subject to ' the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 33rd, Por Congressman-At-Large: phebe k. WARNER For State Superintendent of Pub- lic Instructions: Ghas. n. shaver For Representative 133 District: CLYDE W. WARWICK h. k. STANFIELD For Associate Justice Court of Civil Appeals: PERRY S. PEARSON For County Judge: F. A. (Coon) HOOD FLOYD H. WILSON SYD p. MATHEWS, Re-elect. 'For Sheriff And Tax Collector: W. O. (BILL) ALDRIDQE ALVIS R. RUDE W. H. JAMES TOM F. BRUNSON SAM H. SMITH E. P. BERRY JOWELL W. PUCKETT For County and District Cleric: CHAS. W. STEWART For Tax Assessor: mrs. JEWELL BAGWELL For County Treasurer: „ mrs. H. L. MOBLEY For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: J. M. HOWE R. C. BENTON TOM COLLINS For Commissioner Precinct No. 2: j. c. Mcdowell. o. m. james For Commissioner Precinct No. 3: j. m. SCOGGINS W. H. HAMBLEN. r Commissioner Precinct No. 4 W. P. B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 July 1932

.^ ...... ... . „ . - ,. W/.S-^SWg^T>. y- ■*' \:1 ■ S-'VV.,>;■'-^Vr .i;•.?• _"* ■ 'V-V*/ SALE BEGINS SATURDAY JULY 9th AT 8 A. M. JULY HARVEST SALE BEGINS SATURDAY JULY 9th AT 8 A. M. SATURDAY We are Going to Make Prices on all Merchandise Meet the Price of Wheat as Near as Possible. So Therefore We are Going to Cut the Price Deep on Every Item in the House. Store Will Be Closed Friday, July 8 To Arrange For Sale You Will Find Bargains all Over the House. Now Will be the Time to Buy Your Shoes and All Line of Drygoods. Pope Drygoods Company 'A Local and Personal Miss Le Nette Cook spent the 4th with friends ut Canyon. William Brady and Bill Wisdom spent the Glorious Fourth in Ama- rillo. Mrs. Rosa Church and daughter Wanell were Amarillo visitors Tues- day. See Johnnie The Tailor at once and get that suit cleaned and pressed for only 50c. also the ladies dross for only 50c. Turn to last page and get the very first chapter of our new Con- tinued story: FIRST LOVES", written by ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 July 1932

I :S 1 N?, f • ■ MAGIC The Home Newspaper DO YOU WANT TO SELL AUTOMOBILES BANK FACILITIES GROCERIES FOODS FURNITURE AMUSEMENTS FABRICS WOMEN'S WEAR MEN'S WEAR LAUNDRY SERVICE JEWELRY MILLINERY DRY GOODS TRANSPORTATION SECURITIES LIGHT AND POWER RUGS SHOES SHOE REPAIRS REAL ESTATE ... Perhaps you have a fine stock of goods of exceptional value. Perhaps it is quoted at extremely moderate prices. Your windows may he more attrac- tive than any in town. But who knows those prices if you don't consistent- ly advertise them? What proportion of your trading area population passes your windows when compared with the great number of prospects that The Claude News talks to every week?... The Claude News is the favorite home newspaper of every resident of Claude and has been increasing almost con- stantly in circulation and advertising lineage for years, helping to sell mer- chandise successfully for the most progressive merchants of Claude. It is a Magic Carpet of Trade. Call Us Today. In eith...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 July 1932

'mm m m Harris County of Tarrant T«n F tarter of Wichita Co. 11/ H. Wolf* of Dallas County 0. A. Vnlm of Jefferson Co. J. Jtt Olenn of Baaque County Miriam A.-Per*uson of Travis County VMnk Putnam of Harris Co. Q. Evans of Bexar Co. FOR UBDTENANT OOVERNOR: Edgar E.Witt of McLennan Co. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL: James V. AUred of Wichita Co. Clem Calhoun of Potter Co. Ernest Becker of Dallas Co. AT LAROE roR REPRESENTATIVE TO THE STATE LEGISLATURE PROM Williams of Tar- lSJrd. DISTRICT OP TEXAS: Cherokee " f *** °?j rvwnn|y Clyde W. Warwick of Randall R. B. Hood of Parker County County Chesley W. Jurney of McLen- nan County E. O. Senter of Tarrant Co. POR DISTRICT ATTORNEY FOR Mrs. Elex L. Adams of Bexar THE 47th. JUDICIAL DISTRICT County OF TEXAS: Ida M. Darden of Tarrant orady Haxlewood of Potter Co. County Ernest C. Ozro Cox of Travis County Geo. J. Schleicher of DeWltt EOR COUNTY JUDGE: County Lawrence Westbrook of Mc- Lennan County Pink Parrlsh of Lubbock Co. Sherman Nelson of Montgom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 July 1932

i Ktfifc While brutes grew coats of mail • in OKLAHOMA Today the drills of Sinclair oil men have bitten deep into the soil of Oklahoma and tapped that treasure trove of the ages, the Cambro-Ordovician oil pool—the pool that was already old when the age of dinosaurs came upon the world. Piped into the great Sinclair refineries and carefully refined and blende^ this old- est of Mid-continent crudes becomes Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil, a product averaging more than 80 million years of Nature's priceless mellowing and filtering. In process of manufacture, Sinclair Opaline is de-waxed and freed from non-lubricating petroleum jelly at as low as 60° F. below zero. Note how Sinclair Opaline lasts in the heat of hard, fast driving—observe at draining time how little oil has been used up. A sure proof of quality! Ask for Sinclair Opaline. PCLIXTPICSENBCP6 9 f V 9 f First Installment Warm mist', filled with vtflue forms, hung above the lower stretches of Hudi the From the Oldest Mid-continent C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 July 1932

I - t," 'M "i #1 Sf'-fT- , 4'f* ' "f PRS'.< m awl« • k Tka Mm at Mir t matt I VOLUME 43 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNT* TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY It, IMS. ■ % A American Legion Annual Rodeo and Picnic July 20th Program For Our Annual Rodeo and Picnic July 20th BR ON HAND FOR THE STREET PARADE AT 10 a. m. JULY 20TH. Followed by public speaking. Big Basket Dinner at 12, Noon- Coffee, Bread, Pickles, Plates are to be furnished by Claude Bus- iness Men, Bring Well Filled Bas- kets. Our Rodeo Program is going to be an interesting one. Rodeo starts at 2 p. m. Admission, Adults 50c, Children over 10 years of age 25c. Pursss and entrance fees at Rodeo as following: Calf Roping, $25, $15, and $10. Entrance fee $2. Bronc Riding $10, $7.50, and $5 Entrance fee $1.00. Steer Roping, Break-a-wuy, $10, $7.50. and $5. Entrance fee $1. Bareback Bronc Riding, $10, $7.50, end $5. Entrance fee $1. Steer Riding, $10, $7.50 and $5. Entrance fee $1. Remuda Race $5, and $2.50. Ent- rance fee $1. Relay Race $5, and $...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 July 1932

m i rrv 1 ill:' { ■ announcements m«.wu News Is authorized the following can- tor the office, under which appear, Subject to of The Democratic to be held July 33rd. ftor Congressman-At-Large: PHEBE K. WARNER foe state Superintendent of Pub- He Instructions: CHA8. N. SHAVER jper Representative 133 District: CLYDE W. WARWICK 8. K. STAN FIELD For Associate Justice Court of Civil Appeals: PERRY S. PEARSON For County Judge: P. A. (Coon) HOOD FLOYD H. WILSON SYD P. MATHEWS, Re-elect Par Sheriff And Tax Collector: W. O. (BILL) ALDRIDOE ALVIS R. RUDE W. H. JAMES TOM F. BRUNSON 8AM H. SMITH E. P. BERRY JOWELL W. PUCKETT For County and District Cleric: CHAS. W. STEWART For Tax Assessor: MR8. JEWELL BAGWELL Pot County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: J. M. HOWE R. C. BENTON TOM COLLINS For Commissioner Precinct No. 2: j. c. Mcdowell. o, M. james For Commissioner Precinct No. 3: J. M. SCOGGINS W. H. HAMBLEN. 7~*" Commissioner Precinct No. 4 W. P. BENNETT C. M. BRYAN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 July 1932

tin, touts TEXAS Co. for your .. | delivered tod it ONLY 8-cents 4-oontt State Tax. -Tin TSJCAS oo. Claude. if-c WHEAT WANTED—I have 22 to trade for wheat. Write !. It. BUTLER, Box 170. Leila Lake, Texas. 44-p TYPEWRITER PAPER—You can buy good Equity Bond typewriter paper at ONLY 25 cents a hundred sheets, cut 84 by il inches, regular typewriter size. Buy your typewriter paper at the printing office and save money. falloti.—the tf-c WANTED TO BUY-Old watches Old QoM . Clean any welch for (1.00.—J. M. Daniel, Watchmaker 117 East 4th St., Amarillo, Texas. «8-p WANTED TO BUY, wheat drill one way aiid tantiun disc plow — E. L. Snodgrass, Vernon, Texas. Call THE TEXAS Co. for your nefct order of gasoline, delivered at your field at ONLY 8-cents per gallon, plus 4-cents State Tax. —THE TEXAS CO., Claude. tf-c Gasoline delivered to your field nt 8-cents per gallon, plus State Tax, 4-cents per gallon—THE TEXAS Co. SKOAL ATTENTION ' —_ On account of the RODEO Wed- nesday, July 90th, The Clau...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 July 1932

ff *3 mm# MILLION YEARS ■w <u . vti f While armored brutes (ought for life in PENNSYLVANIA SINCLAIR Pennsylvania Motor Oil is an outstanding example of what Nature and man working together, can produce in a fine automobile lubricant. Back in the Devonian Age, a hundred million years ago, long before even the dinosaurs came into being, Nature deposited in the Bradford-A llegany District of the Pennsylvania field, the crude oil which today commands the highest price of all Pennsylvania grade crudes. Man has done his part in the great Sinclair refineries where Sinclair, in manufac- turing Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil, de-waxes Brad- ford-Allegany crude and frees it from non-lubricating petroleum jelly at as low as 60° F. below zero. Try a crank easeful of Sinclair Pennsylvania—the year-round Pennsylvania grade motor oil. "Sinclair Pennsylvania MOTOR OIL From the coillieil Penniylvania grade crude Agent Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.) SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY Raymond Best, Agent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 July 1932

NEWS UNt tkc pirn ar tunc jom naed it • ia The New* at only X CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNT* TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 19ft. Shall We Voter* Rule or a Minor- ity Dictate to us A Busmen Ad- Ministration Not Wanted The Worst Spot On the Road Hy 4lben 7 Shall we elect our county of- ficials , city officials, school of- ficials and other officials or will we turn the running over to a few individuals who decided every- thing is and has been all wrong? | The voice of the people is heard at the polls on election day and not in a few meetings dominated ;■ by a few individuals who choose t to run the county, city and school's business. The county government, school and city government is open for the people to criticise and offer suggestions on at every time; but the officers of these governments -_are the choice of the people and W should be looked upon as such. When you are looking and listen- ing to those few individuals who bring themselves before the peo- ^ pie as depression killers, good time...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 July 1932

! County, year—tUO Mm County, year. -HBO ,?r#i "« AymriATiow ANNOUNCEMENTS The Claude News is authorized to announce the following can' dtdatea lor the office, under which Uielr names appear. Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 23rd, For Congressman-At-Large: PHEBE K. WARNER For State Superintendent of Pub- lic Instructions: CHAS. N. SHAVER For Representative 123 District: CLYDE W. WARWICK. H. K. STANPIELD For Associate Justice Court of Civil Appeals: PERRY S. PEARSON For County Judge: F. A. (Coon) HOOD FLOYD H. WILSON SYD P. MATHEWS, Re-elect For Sheriff And Tax Collector: W. G. (BILL) ALDRIDGE ALV1S R. RUDE W. H. JAMES TOM F. BRUNSON SAM H. SMITH E. P. BERRY JOWELL W. PUCKETT the same class of CATTLE, wholwonderlne tf Own is ndi a now object so strensousiy to thtiAppearanfly behind the agitation soldier's bonus being allotted. They 'for the repeal of the Eighteenth For County and District Clerk: CHAS. W. STEWART For Tax Assessor: MRS. JEWELL BAGWELL For...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 July 1932

1mt MM—i «*■ mtim rs&i i h Ml OR' WENT—a 640 4 mil«t south and 2 i mat ofClauHe. Rental 'terms to advance. See R. J. Jones IS mllea aouthwest of Claude. 47-p Call THE TEXAS Co. for your next order of gasoline, delivered at your field at ONLY 8-cents per gallon, plus 4-cents State Tax —THE TEXAS CO., Claude. MpfiMMI 1mnm (Md at 8-oents par Ballon, plus State Tax, 4-oenU par gallon.—THE TEXAS Co. tf-c WANTED TO BUY—Old watches Old Gold . Clean any watch for $1.00.—J. M. Daniel, Watchmaker 11? East 4th St., Amarlllo. Texas. 48-p (gasoline delivered to your field at 8-cents per gallon, plus State Tax, 4-cents per gallon.—THE tf-c!TEXAS Co. tf-c TYPEWRITER PAPER—You can buy good Equity Bond typewriter paper at ONLY 25 cents a hundred sheets, cut 8% by 11 Inches, regular typewriter size. Buy your typewriter paper at the printing office and save money. Call THE TEXAS Co. for your next order of gasoline, delivered at your field at ONLY 8-cents per gallon, plus 4-cents State Tux. —THE TE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 July 1932

Suites, B. R. Suites, D R Metal Beds, Luggage, uraperies, Curtains, Rugs, Lin- Office Furniture, Electric Ap- Mirrors and pictures, Philco Copeland Electric Refrigera- Ice boxes and hundreds of other les. I We have the largest stock west of Ft. I Worth which we want to reduce. We I have been in business seven years and this is our first sale. You will find real bargains in both inexpensive and higher priced furniture. PALO DURO FURNITURE CO. 706 Polk St. Amarillo V FELIX BIESENBERG Third Installment SYNOPSIS: Jafenny Breen, 16 years old, irho had spent all of his life aboard a Hudson river tugboat plying near New York, is tossed into the river in a terrific collision which sinks the tug, drowns his mother sad the man he called father. Ignorant, un- schooled. and fear driven, he drags bimscll ashore, hides in the friendly darkness of a huge covered truck—only to be kicked out at da wo—and into the midst of a tough gang of rivsr rat hoys who beat and chase Mm. He escapee and, exhauste...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 July 1932

•MPS wRm try N ta Ttm Nam «. M Sggps? NEWS [AMI «S CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COVNTT frfXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1932. Waat hare abMt tta* plaoe ar Mhjwimi thine too dm* at a taiph fty II In The New* at only t «tmt§ a WMfc NUMBER 41. :■ Votes Return Election Arm- strong County The following Is the correct voting list of Armstrong County fUjl Saturday, July 23rd, 1932, to the SBr best of this editor's knowlege. STATE WIDE FOR GOVERNOR Miriam Ferguson 362,578 Ross Sterling 264,855 Tom Hunter 190,965 Yesterday's election returns showed Mrs. Ferguson leading Ross Sterling by 91,728, who Is h?r near- est' opponent, thus Indicating that Mrs. Ferguson is the more popular of all contestents for the Governor of Texas. VOTE FOR GOVERNOR ■ CLAUDE BOX ONLY Ross Sterling 225 Ma Fergurson 129 Tom Hunter 1*7 V ATTORNEY GENERAL Allred 90.511 Becker 10,896 Calhoun 42,479 CONGRESS-AT-IjARGE PLACE 2. ARMSTRONG COUNTY ONLY Phebe K. Warner 813 Joe Bally Jr. 75 FOR STATE SENATOR Clint Small 766 Dave Shanks - 157 FOR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 July 1932

PRESS )N ■ A4MHWM RavnMMatin ttMCAH mSB ASSOCIATION ";. '■ ANNOUNCEMENTS War Representative 123 District: CLYDE W. WARWICK H. K. 8TANPIELD if • %■ % i I: For County Judge: 8YD P. MATHEWS, Re-elect. r Sheriff And Tax Collector: TOM P. BRUNSON JOWELL W. PUCKETT Por County and District Clerk: CHAS. W. STEWART Por Tax Assessor: MRS. JEWELL BAGWELL Por County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY Por Ctntunissioner Precinct No. 1: J. M. HOWE TOM COLLINS For Commissioner Precinct No. 2 j. c. Mcdowell. For Commissioner Precinct No. 3 W. H. HAMBLEN. T-r Commissioner Precinct No. 4 W. P. BENNETT TKURMAN HAVINS THE EDITOR THANKS YOU The Claude News Editor wishes to tender his sincere thanks to the many candidates, for County Office, who gave him, not only your regular announcement for the paper, but gave us your work of printing candidate cards, circulars, personal letters, etc. and to those who saw fit to have their printing done out of the county, we hold no ill will or grudge. That was your privile...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 July 1932

«-p H h HTKATED— One light bay hone, mourn flesh, Collar marki, Notify Thutman Havins or 8. D. White, Washburn, Texas. l-T-C O- A FOR BALE OR RENT—a 540 acrefarm 4 miles south and 3 miles west of Claude. Rental terms cash In advance. See R. J. Jones 13 miles southwest of Claude. 47-p Call THE TEXA8 Co. for your next order of gasoline, delivered at your field at ONLY 8-cents per gallon, plus 4-cents State Tax. —THE TEXAS CO., Claude. tf-c TYPEWRITER PAPER-You can buy good Equity Bond typewriter paper at ONLY 25 cents a hundred sheets, cut 8'4 by 11 inches, regular typewriter size. Buy your typewriter paper at the printing office and save money. Call THE TEXAS Co. for yout next order of gasoline, delivered at your field at ONLY 8-cents per gallon, plus 4-cents State Tax. —THE TEXAS CO., Claude. tf-c to the fodaowdpknie W-taeaday. Mr. and Ibt Bail DeHart from Lark rat picnic visitors Wednesday. Mr. Banting who has been work- ing as operator at Claude for the past two weeks, left Monday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 July 1932

W- <m Barber & Beauty Shop THREE BARBERS Agency Shower and Tab B Completely E«alpped Beauty Parlor IN OITEN AND LET US IMPROVE YOUR APPEARANCE KSSS6S6SSSSS65696SKS6S63e9638JK96S6S6S69KSSS6S6*S896S6S6968686S6St «ScMT HACt k<& llXfelfSCNSCRG V V f * * > W# BW300S*S«SS3« «P M 0^^ ■ Demand Genuine SED-A-FEN For HAY FEVER An instant and positive relief for Hay Fever. Thousands testify as to it's effectiveness. IN too can be "comfortable by using SED-A-FEN. Why suffer when you can be assured of comfort or your money back. Get a bottle of SED-A-FEN at your Drug Store today. Fourth Installment SYNOPSIS: Johnny Breen, 16 year* oM, who has spent all till lite aboard a llrdion river tugboat plying «*■ ■ York. • tos*ed into the river by a terrific explonon which sinks the tug. diowns hi* mother and the man he called father, laticrant, un- schooled, and ft-ar driven, he mniself ashore, bides in the friendly darkness of a covered truck—only I" lt« kicked out at ill*. —«nd into th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 August 1932

Ijouan Wr- ■■ : _ ss ' : • i am tfr '% 1* Km Ml wikk kr baga to* %«i v. : ..•>■„u< ..y,j„ H!(> ' 1 ■-" " 'Si', '"■A;Sr: r. v • •• •" CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY ' TEXAS, FRIDAY AUG. 5, 1932 Claude Future Farmers to At- tend A Camp On August 24, 25 and 26, the annual summer encampment for Vocational Agriculture students of the Panhandle will be held at McSpadden Lake, Just east of Can- yon. Texas. Here the boys will have a good place to swim and fish. Each F. F. A. chapter Is expected to enter a team in the Indoor baseball tournament, which will be one of the entertainment features. All members of the Claude F. F. A. chapter during the past year, who wUl be able to attend this camp, should phone or see J. M. Hill sometime Tuesday, Aug. 23. Jttd find out what to bring along "Wto eat. Besides the food, each boy will bring his own bedding and fishing lines. The boys will probab- ly leave Claude in a truck about 00 A. M. Wednesday. :0: CLAUDE HOME DEMONSTRA- TION CLUB Mrs. F. A. Ho...

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