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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 6 November 1931

* • FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRE1 • • • • • c • t • t • t ACHIEVEMENT DAY CLIMAXES SUCCESSFUL CLUB YEAR SAM BY FREEMAN LINCOLN • SYNOPSIS: The ruoapemcnt of Sam Slicrrill to Peal: Abbott rims tuple amaathln alter Sam's xtcp- in/her, Fourth Altlersea, ircalllt Irom an Invention, surf- tleul/i finding that Peak hai sup- piled Fourth's money, in hurt priile Sam breaks the engagement anil runt ateav- Fretlilp Muiiann, who loves Sr«m folio its licr and explains Peak's motive. CHapter 39 SUMMONS AND RESULT <(| MEAN that Peak's deal wasn't • an attempt to buy you. It was the reverse. It was an attempt to prevent you from being bought." Freddy said. "Really?" Sam's eyebrows lifted in polite disbelief. "That's a quaint notion, Freddy. How did you work It out?" "1 didn't," be snapped impatient- ly. "It worked itself out, and I wish you wouldn't bo so darn skep- tical. I'm not improvising, you know. I'm telling tbo truth." "I'm sorry. 1 know you're telling ...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 6 November 1931

PAQE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1931. r! Morning Edition of Uw Fsmpt Dally News THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER or THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Full Leased Wire Published morning* except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren Publishing company, 332 We*t Foster, Pampa, Texas. DAVID M. WARREN R. 8. (BOB) BRASHEARS OLIN E. HINKLE PHILIP R. POND . General Manager .Buatnew Manager Business Manager Managing Editor Advertising Manager The Associated Praia Is exclusively entitled to the use (or publication of all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. AU rlghta for re- publication of special dispatches hsreln also are reserved. Entered at second-class matter October 1, 1930 at the post office at Pampa, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNTNO POST In Combination with THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. One Month (News and Post) M Per week. (News and Post) JO By...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 7 November 1931

GOOD MORNING — Personally speaking, a most dolorous mood will envelope one who has a bad cold when the addled adolescent next door saxa phones * Loveless Love* for 2 hours V. J V THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Giowingr City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. VOL. II, No. 25. PAMPA MORNING POST r Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1931. (4 Pago*) PRICE FIVE CENTS SENATOR FROM ARKANSAS DIES STERLING CONTROLS ELECTION WURZRACH SUCCESSOR 1 m l? v £ s] R? ■ —i*i SELECT BITE DEMOCRAT IS FAVORED TO REPLACE ONLY REPUBLICAN STERLING IS1T SURE' WURZBACH'S BROTHER OR WIFE MIGHT MAKE RACE AUSTIN, Nov. (i. i/I1,—To Gov- ernor H. 8. Sterling of Texas there ; shifted the burden today to de- termine whether the Democrats In the national house of repre- sentatives* shall proceed to organ- ise next month with an additional • vacancy on Uie Republican side 1 tr open the way to add...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 7 November 1931

f AOB TWO PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 7, 1931. It] 1 fe# & P Pi. 5$' 1 f; i < I FAVORITES TO STRONG TEAMS TACKLE BACH OTHER TODAY IN TEXAS By BILL PARKER Associated Pre* Sports Writer. DALLAS. Nov. 6. </P>—Unless they can conquer Southern Methodist Mustangs and Texas Christian Frogs respectively, the Texas Aggies and Rice Owls tomorrow will fade from the 1031 Southwest conference cham-1 pionship race. And unless they beat back the predictions of critics and wallop the University of Texas Longhorns, the Baylor Bears also will be listed in the also ran class. Tills is the Southwest conference outlook tomorrow when three j games will be played. Southern MethodiH and Texas Christian boast unblemished conference records. < Texas A. & M.. Rice and Baylor are j tied for second place with one con- ference victory and defeat each. Coach Ray Morrison and his j Mustangs embarked tonight for Col- lege Station to battle the Aggies in their fourteenth annual g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 7 November 1931

SATURDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 7, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PACK THtll CLUB ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAMS HOLD MUCH INTEREST NOELETTE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. W. Belsford aud baby of Overton visited several days this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carson Watt. Mrs. Belsford is ' a sister of Mr. Watt. GRANDVIEW MEMBERS HOSTESSES TO GROUP Achievement days, .which have been held by several Oray county home demonstration clubs during this week, have been of more than county-wide interest. They have been Instrumental In showing this entire section what can be done and what is being done at farm homes. Typical of achievement day gath- erings was the one at Grandview which was attended by several offi- cials and a. number of other club pinembers. The event was at the home of Mrs. Roy Bitter, pantry demonstrator. During the morning hours, club members visited the home of Mrs. Prank C. Babcock, wardrobe dem- onstrator, and at noon a buffet luncheon was served in the home of Mrs. Hitter. Mrs. Joe Luther, preside...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 7 November 1931

"4*%* 1HH< ">v-^ • '•^j^jjfs*"^- Met rot* PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1931. I ; r ; I I ft*/5 i i'i lilf Morning Edition of the Pampa Dally News THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER OP TRI ASSOCIATED PRESS—Full Published morning* except Sunday and Monday Publishing company, 322 West Poster, Pampa, X mil Leased Wire by the Nunn-Wa rexaa. DAVID M. WARREN r. 8. (bob) brashears OLIN E. H INKLE philip r. pond Oeneral Manager ....Business Manager , Managing Editor . .Advertising Manager The Associated Press la exclusively entitled to the uae for publication of aU news dispatches credited to or not. otherwise credited in thia paper and also the local news published herein. All rights for re- publication of special dispatches herein also are reserved. -class matter October 1, IMP at the post offloe at the Act of March 3. 1879. publication of special dl Entered as second Pampa, Texas, under SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier In Pampa subscription to the pampa morninopost In Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 November 1931

• • y 4 J V S - GOOD MORNING—Gangland has become such a potent scourge, even though At is in jail, that a state, Nebraska, actually considersa bribe to free one of his bunch. v. T* A -m A -m JT ^ ^ *r- ^ J— : —V' [ MORNING EDIJJON • THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. \ f PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle I OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS VOL. II, No. 27. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1931. (6 Panes) PRICE "fiVE CENTS CHINA ASKS LEAGUE FOR TROOPS JUBILANT DEMOCRATS PREPARE TO CONTROL CONGRESS ♦ ♦ ♦ CITY OF BORGER HAS MORE TROUBLES "FOUR OF A KIND" WINS! EX-MECHANIC FINDS IT CANNOT CASIi ANY MOKE OF ITS WARRANTS general fund is gone FACES NECESSITY OF SLASHING MANY EXPENSES BORGER, Nov. 9. (/?')—city of Borger hat.' other than utili- ties problems confronting it to- night. The municipality found Itself un- able to cash more of its warrants, unable to operate longer on a revis- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 November 1931

i *4< «"•* *'v • 0 e #• e *'«-* ♦ % w f / v ::- WWi* • • i « l "#V"S PACE TWO PAMFA MORNING POST tuesday morning, november 10, 1931. 'if I Ik ¥' I 1 I 1 1 I jl ' I t % JgJ < 1 V e : it t. ! H !? IU S M 1 ^■mpm Daily CrOM-word Puzzle "•-a.T'*- Si Kitchen utesall ft££-'££fn, * the WMUr* * fesftsy? f«. Biblical hi** priut RET**" " II. Au^nrtr 4T. ll Cover with tin a« t" . 41. IS. Dlatreaa ilfnal to. «• 0rg«.;t «'• TllUfn 0 mm IT. NM-tbarn deer ts. 40. Mantles) S4. ft: New: comb. for* IE. ^□cin nana rairnan □□an aann ann^n 'nnaaano aaasaaa nan aaa nan □□□ □□□an anaon naann nan anaaa □□□□anna □□□□□□ □a aaaua ud □nmaaa 0[aaairnna: aanaa naa aanaa anana aunm.i nnri ana nun naa □nanmnn nnouaaa □nana anaa raann nnaraa aaua a Solution eft Yoeterday'e Puzxla " f. Scare of combat I. Be victorious I. Indefinite jm number It. Roman <Jat« * 11. Remainder J 17. Aaolnt <V If. loang aatmoa 22. Hlfheat of the ia nun* a m African In. Kredlertt of 'fictdo In ,3 d"1® Farrviua T"' I'nlty i\j&g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 November 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREi SCHOOLS ARE CENTER OF ATTENTION HERE THIS WEEK # * :* * * * •l* * sfc :|: «• * |s Pampans Are Leaving To Attend Federated Women's Club Convention ill WILL FLY OVER AFRICA BE STRESSED MANY PA RETS ARE TO VISIT CLASSES OF PUPILS The second of a series of chap- el programs in each lcea! school will be an Armistice program to- day. !♦ is expected that a large number of parents will attend the program in the school which their children attend, and will visit the various cWises. The special pro- grams and invitations to visit are in observance of American educa- tion week. There will bo no school Wednes- day, but the special programs will continue on Thursday and Friday. Visitation Day Today has been designated us vis - iting day at Baker school. It will be terminated with a meeting of the mothers this afternoon. Miss Maithn Wultniaii was in charge of a chapel program yester- day at Baker school. Mrs. J. L. Le.'ter told sto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 November 1931

111 « I. I V Of ■■ i.l £ i 1 I 5 I 1 I Jr i r i t i ( i t j sr.] I i ■ i tit Mttrow IvmssvM' SV S WA * i PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1*31. AMBITIOUS TIGERS MIKE TODAY FOR GAME TOMORROW ' The Pick of Purdue FOR SliTON BELIEVE VISITORS HAVE CHANCE TO BEAT HARVESTERS The Hlatuii Tlgirs, M strong, wtU irrlw km thin afternoon and will work out at Harvester p«rk after the Harvesters pt through with their lut workout before the (MM with the Tigers tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Coach Odiu Mitchell | not any loo well pleaeed with hli team and la any- thing Dl|l lOptlllllMK' UDOUt flit rame. A largo delegation of Sluton funs and the Slulou pep squad will ur- rive hero about noon tomorrow. The fans started to charter a special train but were later uble to act enough bite busses to bring the crowd. Coach Mitchell talked with Ooach Paul Wright ol the Tigors yesterduy and that worthy told Mitchell that Ills Tiger* were going to make the Harvesters think tliey we up agul...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 November 1931

NJESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1931. PAMTA MORNING POST PAOEJFlVf Vj B v I ii HENRY Chapter I REBELLION OF A OUD UOOK too pure, Venlce tUuugUI r e s e u 11 u 11 y. that's one trou- ble. Purity is out of style. This ilreary con-elusion 'reached before her dressing- trible rnirror was the culmination of the last ten minutes of dig- ital self-analysis. ' he had been ly- on her chaise longue, hnnds Iclasped behind her bead, eyes tUed Imournfully on the celling. It was (time to dress for the Coadbys' par- ity. She felt no pleased anticipation lat the coming festivity, merely a [dull heavy-heartedness. She had [no desire to go. She rarely, it ever, had the desire to go tc anybody's I party. Yes, perhaps three or four [ years ago, when she bad been a de- butante and was uncertain what to , expect. Now she knew exactly what to expect. Nothing. It was always the same thing. Gazing on the dove-gray stretch of plaster above her, she saw her- self at one dance after another, this dinner or that,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 November 1931

PAGE SIX v vV«'*«<vvt> VVHf V ' n WWvVAiiVA't PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1931. Ef& , Morning SdiUon ol the Famps Dally Neva THE PAMPA HORNING POST. " Idian OP THI ASSOCIATED PRESS Pull Leued Wire Published mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warran Publishing company. 323 West Foster, Pampa, Texas. m ifS: r i i P1 8B DAVID M. WARREN^. R. B. (BOB) BRASHSARS n> b> taws OLtN E. H PHILIP R. PO; Oeneral Manager Business Manager Managing Editor Advertising Manager Assocla ted Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication dispatches credited to or not . otherwise credited In this „ news _ _ _ _ _ _ paper and also the local news published herein. All rights publication of 'or re- special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered an second-class matter October 1, 1030 at the post office at Pampa. Texas tinder the Act of March 3, 1878 BlJBRrRTFTION RATES By Carrier In Pampa J ASCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNING PORT In Combination with...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 November 1931

0 0 This tragical war, whose consuming (lames swept from one nation to another until all the world was on fire, is at an en&" —President Woodrow Wilson, in his message to Congress, Nov. II, 1918 THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat _ Center. > r PAMPA MORNING POST ,f ¥ Serving Pampa and NortheaMtern Panhandle • L r MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS VOL II, No. 28. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1931. (6 Pages) PRICE FIVE CENTS datti r DAfiro m Aiiiiircr aitv bAIILt KAuto IN vHINtot will — — _ % _ MACDONALD ASSAILS "CRAZY ECONOMY"* OF WAR DEBTS is nuns king MACDONALD SAYS GOLD IS UNNATURAL ADJUSTER GOLD SUfiO FLUfEO REPARATIONS PLAN IS BLAMED FOR DEPRESSION LONDON, Nov. 10. f/Pj_Backcd h.v .an unprecedented majority. Mine ; Minister Mac Donald faced the first full session of the house M commons today and pledged the national government's efforts to i produce remedies for the world economic ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 November 1931

Wwrf • PAGE TWO PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, N6VEMBER 11, 1931. 9M (. #or*hip • *, witch . V Operatic Ml* i i. ONW of the fllS if. ttSiwarMt*' it Eft #r plus li. inpornaturar •vent 1 C llan deny Solution Of YMHrdl/l Punt# nasae una □□□ anuuu nan HBaara nacaaEaa mata aciGa nnnio □□aaaaua una aao aoawa □naoaa ananan annua aaa nan □□□□□□HQ Hdiiia cncira inna □nniLsan IUHUMA □□□ fflancia uuo aoa ataaoa gaiter •L Book e>f Ui* bible (4. fiaired honor: ardiale 17, Small fresh- water fit lira cttrH Very black raanu- f city • Postpone Lamb's pen name Ovule Pertaining to •ubataao* of which cheese U made tt. Resound it " ... Hub out (7. Engrossed DOWN 1. Posxeaaes 2. Depletion ot U>a beautiful 3 River: Spanish 4. Mark with spot* t. Toward lha . sheltered aid* i. Manager 7 Above and touching To oiuii *. (jives f.irth IV Mjrk with degree* 21. Fabulous bird 12. Entire Aiiiotinl 13. ll'iney gatherer it. Lift with a lever W. Concerning ft Debatable (E make 24. One to whom property is...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 November 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THMW HOSTESSES CHOSEN FOR LARGE BRIDGE TOURNAMENT * Inter-Club Contest Is Planned By County Home Demonstration Council THEME T I IlAUSY unit a past BY HARRIET HENRY VEEN SPRINGER AND ORCHESTRA TO ENTERTAIN Corn shucks, fodder, and pump- kins will enliven Mitchell build- ing for the Thanksgiving bridge tournament lo be sponsored Fri- day evening by the Pampa library association beginning at 8 o'clock. The public is invited to attend, r Mirs. C. P. Buckler is in general charge of the event, John I. Bradley is in charge of decorations, and hostesses will include the following: Miss Virginia Faulkner, Miss Clarice Puller, and Mesdames A. B. Za'nn. rfenry Thut. Lon Blanscet, H. H. Wicks, Raymond Harrah, Alex Schneider Jr., George Walstad, Ffrank McNeill, Charlie Thut, X. Baum, John Glover, Frank C. Alli- son, W. C. Mitchell, H. D. Keys, F. M. Gwin, E. A. Shackleton, O. H. Booth, H. W. Waddcll, James Todd Jr., W. M. Craven, Gle...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 November 1931

* | /AflUKPOUK pampa morning post r : . * r'' ' ij j WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1931. || W SLATON TIGERS LOOK DANGEROUS FOR GAME HERE TODAY SHI WINS WILL Longhorns' Hopes Increasing Daily SLATON EXPECTED TO FIGHT EVERY j MINUTE The SUton Tiger* arrived here yesterday afternoon and worked oat at Harvester park. They wUl V ! anet the Harvester* at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon In the second last Wfetinue fame of the season lljppl I and the last game for the Har- vester* en their home lot. t Coach Paul Wright's boys are not big bat they are well balanced and plenty fast. They are a fine look- ing bunch of boys and scrappers to the last minute. Captain Cannon, quarterback, is the ball toter par excellence on the team and he is the boy who will have to be stop- ped. He is a triple threat man and his work in practice yesterday af- ternoon was impressive. Anderson, left end, is another good looking boy and is big and fast. He is a pass catcher. Rucker. fullback, weighs only 165 pounds b...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 November 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE (I it Let's Everyone Help Build "A Bigger and Better Pampa" BUILDERS of PAMPA The progress and 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. This page will appear in the News-Post once each week and ^will contain something new and interesting each time .A study J of its stories will give a new knowledge of the reasons for the 'individual successes. Help these merchants in their program. Stark and McMillen (i Are Helping to Build A Better Pampa Did You Ever Stop to Think? The Stark and McMillen- elevator was purchased In October, 1926 with G. C. Stark and Roy McMillen as owners. S. E. Love later joined the organi- zation. Their elevator has a capacity of 10,000 bushels. Besides buying and selling all kinds of grain their company handles flo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 November 1931

J-.' ■ > PAGE SIX S'4?-' PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1931. Moraine ration of the nape Dally Nm THE PAMPA MORNING POST Nunn-wanrea m west .General IBusinew Managing Editor Advertising Manager l< on una PAMQRNINO TOST IB Combination with ^8. Morning, Bvenlng and Sunday. SSrMaff, and Adjoining OmuKIw (Morning and Sunday).../ 4.00 d Sunday) 2M M Fort, 7.00 (N«w and Post,. Including Sunday 8.75 ON to ews and ew and Post, including Sunday) and Port «M and m i I L f? ICS—It Is not the Intention of this newspaper to cast reflection we character of anyone knowingly and If through error It I, the management will apptsclate having attention called to and will gladly and fully correct any erroneous statement made. >n ■! * i ■ I n !■ iin i i .■ t ...I.. HI..1 •' Armistice and Peace Armistice day should have new meaning this year. In u ffew months a disarmament conference will be held. An at- tempt win be made to do away with the implements of war. lfye day which w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 November 1931

GOOD MORNING—Any Legionnaire will aver that one of the best arguments to youth against war is that most of the heroes arc f orgoten except on Armistice Day. THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; I Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. lH • « • • m ft I Km 'fa K I fp # M i m I I PAMPA MORNING POST Serving P am pa and Northeastern Panhandle MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS m m VOL. II, No. 29. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1931. (4 Pages) PRICE FIVE CENTS WHITE BANK BURGLARIZED WAR DRUMS THROR AS NATIONS OBSERVE ARMISTICE W W V V W ^ ^ ^ ^ w -W -W ^ ^ ^ -w w -w ^ w CATTLEMAN IS SLAIN BY WIFE it™ 10 TELLS SPOUSE SHOT FIRED FOLLOWING QUARREL BETWEEN COUPLE NEIGHBORS HEAR FIGHT HUSBAND SNEERS WHEN WIFE THREATENS HIS LIFE HOUSTON, Nov. 11. (/h—Clove Super, 47-ycar-old cattle man, was shot and killed at Ills Home this afternoon. Mrs. Super, 27, accom- panied officers to the policc sta- tion for questioning. She said her husband had ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 November 1931

ft" : .J tsf-' i ft- I' j, .• fe; I § m I ft*--, fir* •ft a t* , §1 I! ' ■;m. ' I lW I « i i 11 >,l fl I 1 Hi #' fi I Kf PACK TWO PAMPA morning post thursday morning, NOVEMBER 12, 1931. HARVESTERS HAVE NO EASY TIME BEATING SLATON 19-7 II FORCES FOB 010 CHINS PAMPA MACHINE NOT CLICK DURING FIRST HALF ? — 8)*U>r. took a march which *M helped by a 21 yard paaa. Rucker to Cannon The offensive was stopped : on the Harvesters 30 yard Une on f two incompleted pasv-s Kelly then punted 8o yards. Kahl and Martin- dale took the field at the quarter. { replacing Turner and Bast Pmpi Fusible* ) _ On the opening play Ru<.ker out- \trsity of Texas Longhorns main- punted Keily by 10 yards ajjd the tained a hostile attitude as they L0N6H0RNS TO 6IVE THIS CURIOUS WORLD FROGS DEATH BUTTLE; AUSTIN Nov 11 1.*" today was Armistice day Although the Unl- contlnued preparations for a grid* iron engagement Saturday with the Horned Frogs from Texas Christian raw niut n r e cr iw tbe.iMc factor in the...

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