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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 November 1931

# THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRti 'J 9 TWO HUNDRED PERSONS EXPECTED FOR BRIDGE PARTY ******* ^* ********** ****** ****** ****** ****** ****** North Plains Woman Elected To Office By Texas Parents And Teachers BE USED FOR lAVrwMeVAST BY HARRIET HENRY RESERVATIONS MAY UK MADE WITH ANY OF HOSTESSES Reservations are being made rap- idly and at least two hundred per- sons are expected to attend the bridge tournament to be held Fri- day evening at 8 o'clock at the Mitchell building. It was stated that any onu wishing to attend i might make reservation with one of the hostesses. The event is under the sponsorship of the library as- sociation, and proceeds will be used for the benefit of the library. John I. Bradley and his helpers1 u/"*H are to decorate the building today U mid tomorrow with corn shucs.,, fodder, and pumpkins. 1 , Mrs. C. P. Buckler is in general I charge of the event, and hjptesses | will include the following: Miss, Virginia Faulkner, M...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 November 1931

& f > I ?; , ir" <:w I • li : I i S 1 I' i I! H • - r 1 "i } 1 r I I: f 1 it Is 6 I! r,i <*AGE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1931. Horning Edition of the Itmps Dally Newt THE PAMPA MORNING POST lil&BKR OP TRI ASSOCIATED PREM-Pull LMWd tl Published mornlngi except Sunday and Monday by tbo Nunn Publishing company, 382 West Poster, PampaTTexai. Wirt Warren . Oeneral Manager R a (BOB) ^SSns^V.'.V.'.'.V.'.V.'.'.V.V.V.'.'.'.'.V.Buslneas Manager The Press Is exclusively entitled to the use to publloatum flif all news diiptkches credited to or not othcrwlM t4CPedlted In thli D*p*r and alio the local news published hereltteAll rightt for re- publication of ipecisl dlypatchw hsr^n iOio are reserved. Entered as second-class matter October l. 1980 at the post omce ai pampa, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1OT>. . SUBSCRIPTION jBATES MTBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNING 'R)ST In Combination wltb THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. One Mon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 November 1931

4? GOOD MORN ING—Reg a rdie 88 of communiques, the man on the street is convinced that Japan will get Manchuria; that Chinee generals should be called by their first names. THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. PAMPA MORNING POS r Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAfLY NEWS VOL. II, No. 30. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1931. (6 Pages) PRICE FIVE CENTS i m HIGGINS BANK LOOTED OF $6,000 BLOODY BATTLE RAGING BETWEEN JAPS AND CHINESE ■* V J M i REJECTED Of ! At Home With Probable Next House Speaker • • MANC1IURIAN GOVERN- OR ORDERS TO FIGHT TO LAST TWO BIG ARMIES FIGHT IN REGION AROUND NONNI RIVER By HAROLD TIMJPERLEY Associated Press Starr Writer. (Copyright, 1931. by The As- soetated Press I PEIPING, Nov. 13. (Friday) i/Pi Severn righting between Japanese forces and the troops cif General IVtah Chang-Shan in the Nonni river region yesterday was report- ed in a c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 November 1931

- Wwwrwfmfti i - - - „ „ ' «-« * ?**+* t ti-tS'-ft ftit* ........ ee.. •• «•• •1 i 1 mi V ■?■ TWO TAMPA MOH NINO POST Daily Cross-word Puzzle DIANA DANE TfiiVn.Jik "*9 V| < j * ut t*. i . Vf. • >>r t A Distasteful Job ip1? oomb. ft • frtffe Solution of Yottorday'a Pu«!• □□30 HLM3H □□an Hiicmc aKfin nn.-jaunn nnanaran uuuycuuHH Haatso aawH hu:jli □flan aaran aaiiuo man) UUHO umanua n ynsu aaao ua anaEora asoa aan raiiraaa uaara Brian :nfia aaoa affinroo a[iaa jaaffl[i irrapraranca qoqohuu nuan aayau aano ijamra 3ana@ □□□□ ■ trained nut a ear* <1 Ahead of ml inct otfaf ri fc_ 41. Flower ■** <L Artificial AfiiMpharie . language mbrtMm 47. Roman date g: grafts 4>. Declare to be untrue I sea- U. Fabulous bird , <f tfca H. EJreeUon Ka U. Adhesive I. Long Tllupera- ti ve speech (. Feminine name 7. Fifty-two f. Compel* . Drug-yielding plant 10. Surrendkr title to 11. Lacerate ) . Atroclllea SI. Former ruler 73. Hold* bark 23. Prepare for publication II. Horseback game 2...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 November 1931

3 % WOAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGB THRU u) Mr. Fulbrlght and family, former operators of the Oil Belt grocery nd meat market, moved to Pam- pa Monday. Mr. Fulbright is em-1 Ployed as meat cutter at the Gray j County grocery and market. About 200 LeFors citizens saw the lifers-Wheeler football game in' Pampa last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wheeler were *ttWts in the home of Mr. and Mis. i Roy Calvert Sunday evening. To Mr. and Mrs. Gossett. a fine b*k>y Slrl was born Tuesday morn- ing:. Miss Mary Jane Hammond of j Pampa was visiting In LeFors Mon- day as a guest of Miss Lola Kiel. Junior Carter is the proud owner ot a fine Shetland pony. William Pace and Earl Davis were transacting business in Pump a Mon- day. Mrs. Harkness and son, George, and Mrs. McNab and daughter. Miss Helen, are spending this week in Oklahoma City. Okla. Mrs. Ray Carter and Mrs. Forest Llndqulst were shopping in Pampa Monday evening. Joe Wilson was in Pampa Mon- day. Mrs. George T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 November 1931

MM "W*TOU*_ PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1831. i ! }(:■ I & ■ H * ' 'U *-> I{ * ■ /; K r: I . ( Hi m I. ti? P!" HIGH SCHOOL GATHERINGS HOLD INTEREST FOR MANY •q ' *********** ****** ****** #***#,***#*#♦ ♦♦*****'**** District Presidents And Officers Of Texas Federation Are Installed It IBM IS 9 PARTY GIVEN SENIOR CLASS MEMBERS ton afforded by child la- wa* discussed by the Rev. .'odd, Jr., at the high school il exercises yesterday. He told life of Robert Owen of Wales, ler of child labor laws, and de- some of the conditions pre- ... by child labor laws. or to Rev. Todd's talk, the as- waa entertained with a phys- culture stunt by some pupils Woodrow Wilson school. There seven of the pupils, each dress- ill a black and white costume red accessories. ive of the girls, Marjorte Hill, it Ellen Barton, Ila Mae ill, Mary Dean Wilkinson, and hy May Olift, were only six of age. They entertained with springs, splits, back bends, rolls, and cart wheels. Two old- girls...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 November 1931

IrmiJAV MG 'N'tNC, NUVEM3ER I?, $'j.ll. TAMPA MORNING POST PAGE rtvt MIAMI BEATS WHITE DEER 11-t FOR SECTIONAL TITLE WHITE DEER MAKES FIRST DOWNS TO MIAMI'S 2 MUSTANGS URGED TQ ! BEAR DOWN ON BARS DALLAS, Nov. 12. (/I',—Hie South- j em Methodist Mustangs featured! their practice today by working on! a defense to use against the Bay-! lor_ Bears here Saturday In the! Mustang's tenu-final conference Fame this season. Coach Morrison allowed his regulars to take things easy while he worked his first and second string reserves. "Bear down on the Bears" cards appeared on the Southern Metho- dist campus today. Coach Morri- son was still pleased over the show- ins his regulars made in scrimmage yef terday when they clicked off their formations without a miscue. To- morrow, the Mustangs will taper off with a light signal drill. JACK DEMPStY ™S.H Column— SCHMELING MANAGER GIVES ULTIMATUM TO GARDEN TEX WINS IN MeC'lesky's ability to return punts plared (be ball in scoring position lot' both ft...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 November 1931

"ft «-"->r r<" PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1931. o m J, Moral* Edition ol Mm THE PAMPA MORNING POST arrsu PI, Oeneral Manafsr PHFAIW Business Manager ....MSnagln# Editor Advertising Msna«er 332 West i) new* pv post offlos at lite TO, n« ■and Poctl ■and Port, •N and Ml Nam and Port It la not the Intention or character of^srojone In* and fully I ) ' ! to oust reflection through error It attention called to im statement made THAT AMERICANIZED BIttLE One of tfie most interesting events of the fall in the publication, by the University of Chicago press, of a new "Amferican translation" of the Bible. For years a group of scholars at the university has worked on a plan to render the Bible in a modern idiom, free of all archaic forms of 'speech. Now their work has been finished, ft is an excellent job, and there are cer- tain passages—notably the 18th and 10th chapters of (toe gospel of John, where Christ's trial before Pilate is de- scribed—that take on a new clar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 November 1931

GOOD MORNING—The PBK key which adorns Barry Wood's chest may mean Phi Beta Kappa to the Harvard intelligentsia but it was Putrid Bait Kicker to the CBS announcer, ^ MORNING EDITION OF THE * • PAMPA DAILY NEWS -—r PRICE FIVE CENTS THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. PAMPA MORNING POST .r Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle VOL. II, No 31. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1931. (4 Pages) fit o L DESPERATE BATTLE IN PROGRESS HOOVER WANTS HOME LOAN BANKS ♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦ « • V ♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦ ♦ ♦♦' ELECTION DATE IS SET DIVORCED MAYOR WEDS HOOVER S KIN TEXAN II BE FOUR DEMOCRATS, ONE REPUBLICAN WANT WURZBACH SEAT T IS ■ jw REP U B1.1C A NS C E N TE R ON MAN ACER FOR WURZBACH AUSTIN, Nov. IX (A') — Gov, R. S. Sterling late today set Nov. 24 us the date to hold an election in the Mill Texas district to fill the vacancy in congress caused by the death of Congressman Har- ry M. Warsebaclt of Seguin. Wurzbac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 November 1931

i ' IP 4 i'-- Ik: US m pi "til wCl w ti'fe l./JK; :' f J M; IK I | fe if ■ ft Ii . iv.! 1 ; t' i ■*•: 'r' I 5 p iHr {/ •' • i M st ; it v.i 1 PACt TWO PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1931. } GORILLAS AND LEFORS DUE TO PLAY GOOD GAME TODAY [M HARD TO j eONOUER CITS: LEFORS PROBABLY HAS) BEST BALL TOTER IN DISTRICT MOANS M TO rpncs' FIGHT OPSET DOPE BUCKET rwni Mustangs Raring to Take on Baylor 11 FMpa football raa* an urged to fie M flafresltr park at 2:30 t'clock tbk a/ternoon to m Uir future Harvesters in action. The Gorillas will -meet the LeFors WDdesu la what should be a rUbric fixture." * •AokplwUc difficulties will rob the team -of at Itast two players but it wlB not affect the strength cf the tetro as Coach Workman has two tfbod men ft>r every position on the team. . The Wildcats have one of the fattest class B teams in this sec- tion. They last a chance to be in the district playoff when Wheeler bttj. Ultin after being outplayed mm the opening whistle. L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 November 1931

SATURDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 14, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAMPA ******* A merican GIVEN PRAISE FOR WORK B¥ SUPI FISHER PAGE THREI PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION IS VERY ACTIVE ***** ♦ **♦*#**#♦♦***#♦*♦ ****** ************ • • . • - ft . , Education Week Is Observed With Addresses By Educators ILADy^a PAST • BY HARRIET HENRY ^ L T R A CHER S, PARENTS COOPERATE IN ACTIVITIES During American education week, which closes today, there lias been a summing up of all factors which influence education. Special chapel periods have been held and club programs given, with prominent civic leaders and educators as prin- cipal speakers, and newspaper pub- licity pertaining to the week has j been given. , The value of the Parent-Teacher association to school life has not been overlooked, and has been given special praise by Supt. R. B. Fisher. "The Parent-Teacher association is one of the oldest and most worth while organizations of the school, taicl Mr. Fisher. "Having the wel- fare of the children and t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 November 1931

PAGE POUR PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1931. Ii W: IP P fe' w, •, ?: r EH •r 1 J 5 >.J jj 1 •i Morning Edition of the ptmpft Dally Nam > THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER OF TOT ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Leased Wire Published mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren Publishing company, 322 WeM, Foster, Pampa, Texas. General Manager Business Manager Managing Editor Advertising Manager DAVID M. WARREN R. J. (BOB) BRASHEARS OLIN E. HINKLE PHILIP R. POND The Associated Press 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. All rights for re- publication of special dispatches herein also are reserved. Altered as second-class matter October 1, 1080 at the post office at Pun pa. Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATE! By Carrier In Pampa SUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNING POST in Combination with THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 November 1931

I< GOOD MORNING The theme song of Mr. Sterling's opponents in 1932 may he based on the famous alibi: "The governor will attend to the matter upon his return from Houston" PAMPA MORNING Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. POS MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS VOL. II, No. 32. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1931. (6 Pages) PRICE FIVE CENTS MOVIE ACTOR FORCED DOWN HERE £'1 SOVIET LODGES ANOTHER PROTEST AGAINST JAP POLICY * i HIGHLY APPROVED TOKYO IS REMINDED OF PROMISE TO GUARD INTERESTS CHINESE Lis BOMBED GENERAL MAII PLANS I NEW OFFENSIVE ON NONNI FAKIS, Nov. ifi. (/!•>—M.axlni Lil- vinoff, Soviet commissar of for- eign affairs, lodged a protest at Tokyo against Japanese military activities in the vicinity of Tsit- slhar and the Chinese Eastern railway, it was reported in author- itative quarters tonight. I Soviet Russia notified .Japan, throug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 November 1931

■v-V* a / {/ PAGE TWO PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 17, 1931. (l J LADY tvit/r a IPAST BY HARRIET HENRY ^ SYNOPSIS: A strange-looking airl viho < lh« enter o/ attention 3i Lola Ooadhu's pnrty punlet Venice Itvir. H'&at euuht i-c her tn<trmr Venice tr<)itd«u. She it eUperlatty interested because the <« socially unpopular herself. Vcalce it lovely, but she hue neither «itmij sophistication nor teamed TilntUate it, She knows no tub' HttieSaf attracting men, and "« pracet if belnt! bright itnii gay. For ware Iter mother, who is die- attithed in Keu Y9r>' friety, I ttroed Venice to bn success- And Venice hot tried to nam the rtCOV'Htwn that her mother Vtiluti to hat h itlghh. aa/inttjh she it irned tai t li t eating, Itr, and nceationnlly itr, Venioe goet to fo terit.. . Lola's part u iclth reluctance. AUer vntvhino the etronge 1 he persistently sullen anil yet ilrmn a crotcil iih'mt her. Venire nsls I,aUt "whn it the ilnrk girl lliat alt tUtnfi are rush...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 November 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THKBI CENTRAL BAPTIST WOMEN GUESTS AT FIRST CHURCH * * * * * * * * * * * Scores Of Pampa Pupils Using Library For Both Study And Pleasure L T FAWNCY TINY TAKING A RIDE UNABLE TO BE PRESENT BUT THANKSGIVING! GIVEN EMPHASIS IN LUNCHEON Seventeen members of the Con- j tral Baptist church and a number Of other Pampa women were guests of the First Baptist Woman's Mis- sionary society at a 1 o'clock lunch- con yesterday in the basement of the hostess church. Shortly before I luncheon, word was received that the principal speaker, Mrs. D. A. Orundy of Memphis, was unable to be present, yet there were other fea- : turos sufficient to make the event one of unusual interest. Mrs. Grun-1 dy is W. M. U. president of the Palo ! Dnro association. Autumn leaves formed appropri- ! ate decoration for the serving of the ; following Thanksgiving menu: 1 Chicken, dressing, peas, cranberries, i com, gravy, hot rolls, pumpkin pie, i whipped crea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 November 1931

PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1631. F *■ H HARVESTERS BEARING DOWN. FOR PLAINVIEW TILT FRIDAY €BIPPLES GET <*>— GROOM IS IN UNIFORM FrRST TIME SINCE LUBBOCK FIASCO Despite the muddy condition of the field. Coaches Odus Mitchell and A. M. Pox put the Harvesters through a stiff workout at Harvest- er park yesterday afternoon. The biiVK ran signals, passed and studied new formations for nearly two hours. The Harvesters meet the PiaUiview Bulldogs in Plalnview Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Scrimmages with the Gorillas will take* place this ufternoon and to- morrow afternoon. The team will leave here Thursday afternoon find will go to Plalnview for the night. A light workout will be in order Fri- day morning. No real cripple reported for prac- tice yesterday afternoon. Pest Mar- tindale was in uniform hobbling around and big James Grooin was also in uniform for the first time since the week before the Lubbock encounter. The boys were In excel- lent spirits find ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 November 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1931. PAMPA MORNING fOST PAGE FIVF mwwtumfiuw Let's Everyone Help Build 44A Bigger and Better Pampa" BUILDERS of PAMPA fcThtf 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 | of its stories will give a new knowledge of the reasons for the i individual successes. Help these merchants in their program. L. M. Guyer and Bob McCoy Did You Ever Stop to Think? The Texas Garage One of Finest in the Entire Panhandle Are Helping Build, a "Better Pampa" By EDISON It. WAITE Shawnee, Oklahoma. New Home of the Texas Garage, Cuyter at Francis L. M. Guyer and Bob McCoy have certainly proven their faith in Pam- pa, for on t.?ie corner ol' Cuyler street and King...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 November 1931

<4*4 PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1931. GR< ■f J D6 M ft V BOW new hour Plati Frtd ■ se tako jnon leavi will Alii h tlce tlnd aroi also cine •net lent prat rem IS Ju gan hai (an Sat inji pla Tig tla the jur to 1 an; ral ma «iv enc wll avi p str vei Moraine Edition of the Pampa Dally Neva r THE PAMPA NORMNG POST WW OP Tin ASSOCIATE) PRESS—Pull Leased Win WsMlslnd mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Wanen Publishing company, 33a Wast Foster, Pampa, Texas. DAVID M. WARRE Via Associated Pres yy^SjgspaW nubficatlon of snacls Entered as aeon Pampa. Texas tmdei a Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication iiee credited to or not otherwise credited In this local news published herein. All rights for re- 1 dispatches herein also are reserved. d-elass matter October 1. 1990 at the post office at the Act of March 9. 1979. T ICBMnmiON KATES By Carrier In Pampa ON to Che PAMPA MORNING POST In 'A DAILY NEWS. " ~ 2s* Month* ~ &riBs3& thr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 18 November 1931

GOOD MORNING—.4 town does not really support a football team until the fans, instead of glorifying a boy or two, conceives of e very player on the team as a hero. — „ THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; I Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. I > r PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS VOL II, No. 33 (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, CRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1931. (4 Paget) PRICE FIVE CENTS CHINESE ROUT JAPANESE ARMY DRIVE STARTS TODAY LANDS HERE r4yQ& w* FIFTIETH BIRTHDAY OK AGENCY FINDS NEED GREAT MUCH DONE IN GUY LIVES BEING SAVED IN PAMPA BECAUSE OF FUND Thh morning the l> a m p a chapter of the American Ited Cross will offi- cially launch its annual roll call with a membership of 1*500 persons as the goal. The Kev. C. E. Lancaster I* roll call chair- man. Several scores of solicitors have been teamed and given maps show- ing the areas in which they are to work. Membership cards, but...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 18 November 1931

PACE TWO PA Mi'A MOKNINt; POS T WEDNESDAY MOKNING. NOVEMBER !8. l«J3l. 1 HARVESTER MACHINE WORKS BRILLIANTLY IR SCRIMMAGE - - - ■ By Laufer "K S52,cr;:JBRUSHlNG UP ON SPOMS OF OLII FIRE SQUAD LEAVES TODAY] FOR FRIDAY GAME AT PLAJNVIEW PETE USUALLY | Sam Kicth, former Pampa hifch| | school boy. will captain n track ! team from the Indian club at the I* University of Oklahoma that will ! enter Intramural competition for the I_. . Mr< first time this year. Ctlen Dawson. II nnniBlllinr tiylng out for an Olympic berth, will III m HinniUIRLr Kieth, according to a rcpoit II Gun mnnuL fr°m t,,p ***« • 1« UUllMlURiiiwo Dawson to a distance star and finished his eligibility on the vars- ity .squad lafi year. Kie'h Is a' ficxliman this year and Is classed ns a "sprint flash." Kieth has been! making the 100-yard dash event in fhe Harvesters looked like the old | 9.9 in practice which started last I green and Bold squad in a hard' month. ** I scrimmage with the Gorillas yester- day afternoon ...

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