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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 31 March 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 31, 1931. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING PAMPA MORNING POST PACE THREE All want ads are cosh In advance. They must bo paid before thev •Ml be Inserted. Want Ads nmy be telephoned to the office before 12 8 i £.'Lon !ho day ot lnsedtlon and n collector will call. _ .Two cent per word per Insertion, three insertions for five tentsi minimum twenty-five cents per insertion. gut of town advertising cash with order. Itw News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under ap- SSP11?!? headings and to revise or withhold from publication any *>pydetermined objectionoble or misleading. Notice of any error must be given in llmo for correction before second insertion. For Rent FOR RENT—Two room furnished house, close in. 403 North Somer- vlUe. POR RENT—Small furnished house, close in. Phone 179J. 217 North Houston. POR RENT—Large, one room cot- tage, well furnished, partly mod- ern. bills paid. Inquire 608 Bait KlngsmlU. FOR RENT—Three room tunilsliiHl apartmout. 819 We...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 31 March 1931

WVMfW VUVt • #•••*«•••*«< • ••••• • 4 • • • • «*«•! frAGE POUR PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNINC, MARCH 31, 1931. i,. 1 ' I i| I i f 1 0. \ I TRACK EVENTS PUN MIEIS USE FOOTBALL GAME WILL BE PLAYED HERE FRIDAY For the third time the Pampa high school Invitation track aiid Held meet has to be postponed on account of weather conditions. Yes- terday's blizzard put to tin cnu ah hopes of the meet scheduled io:- this afternoon. Conch Odus Mite':- U lost night set the date -or next Tuesday afternoon starting at •:''' o'clock. The coach Is hoping for nice weather for the next da'.e or t!ie meet will probably have to be abandoned for this year. The coach Is anxious to get enough money from the meet and I lie ex- hibition football game Friday after- noon to let his team enter the Texas Tech invitation meet at Lub- bock April 10 and 11. The lollow- ing week Coach Mitchell's .hincU'.d boys will enter the Amaiiilo meet. The ccach said last nljnt that he was going ahead Willi plans for the b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 31 March 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 31, 1931. PAMPa morning post PACE FIVE SEVERAL EVENTFUL MEETINGS HELD IN NORTH PLAINS ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ .♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ # ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ « ♦♦♦ Gay Togs Worn In Wet Weather IN SPITE OF KIDDIES TO HE GIVEN EASTER EGG IU NTS SATURDAY In spiit' of the fuel thnt several events have been postponed because ol' inclement weather, a busy week is being begun by Parnpu society. The calendar follows: Tuesday Executive board of the A. A. U. W. will meet at 3:30 p. m. in the city hall club room, Two-Color Shoes Smart for Spring PARTS, March 30. \-o-co'.or [ shoes will be among the .smartestj footgear this .'prlng. The new mo£- \ els are simple in design, laihiviiecl i of black, brown or dark p,rn/ lep.th- I er, with incrustations urd strupr* of I mcrq brilliant hue mo'.chlng tin' accessories of madame's gown. . ■ .... Skirt of Fluid The meeting of th? Palo Dit.o | ^ (>l" With Bolero Baptist associatior.al workers con- j lerence which was to have been held ; PARIS, March 30. i/Pj—Mmc J.:e- at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 31 March 1931

1 I i i i M I i I < I 1 I % j ? i ?'• ►ace six WTW \| \ PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 31. 1931. ™WAMMpost OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Uurd Wir mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warrcn company. 332 West Foster, Pamps, Texas _____ OCBMI. Rhinkle iv... KS Msssr r. Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the Uoe for publication all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited In this — and also the local ews published herein. All rights for re- ot special dispatches herein also are reserved. >rcu~as second-ciiuif. matter October 1. 1030 at the post office at TeXas under the Act ot March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier in Pampa —ORNIN® POST ,n Combination with Moming, Evening and Sunday. 'Months(News and Post) B? week. (News and Post) Jid By Mall, Pampa and Adjoining Oaantics ear. (Morning and Sunday) 4.00 ittui. (Morning and Sunday) 2.23 By Mall Outside of Gray and Adjoining Counties ••Year (News and Post, including Sunday) 7.00 _ Month...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 1 April 1931

MOKNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAILY NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texsrf; Panhandle OH and Wheat Center. VOL. l, No. 130. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 1. 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS UNDREDS ARE KILLED BY QUAKE ♦ ♦ t NGROSS STATE ROAD BOND ISSUE Managua Is Devastated As Buildings Are Razed By Fire-Earth Tremors WTE ROCKNE KILLED IN PLANE; CRASH 1 OTHERS IN WRECKAGE WING OF TRANSPORT BREAKS IN AIR NEAR BAZAAR TWO WITNESS ACCIDENT ROCKETS OUT OF FOG | BANK AND CRASHES TO EARTH )( djjt jfc I .•,'n i BAZAAR, Kan., March 31. (/)•)— Knute Kockne, Notre Darnr foot- ball genius, plunged to kit death with five fellow pauenjpers and two pilots on a transcontinental and Western Air, Inc., air liner today in the mid-Kansas grazini; country near here. The plane, California-bound from Kansas City, crashed on a farin, killing all eight ocupants instantly. Witnesse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 1 April 1931

J fAOgT*Q PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MOKNING> APRIL 1, 1931. Daily Cross-word Puzzle ft. vS Jrinto " * Mutton of Ytotordfty'o Pussto ) fiWi %Bo>4id CItf In Okla- " MM Old-woman- leh U flgh card 14 ((rinding tooih 3 "SX & 1*. Syllable of hesitation >0. Aloft >1. Before 39. Qfct'a tone 24. Employe SI. Poker term S . Type measure 3ft. Disdains 2. Drink little by <"• tlttl* Advertisement 49. "% Ian- jj?: •I. ThJJ? French 6?! j««. 41. Cupid , , fj. 46. Oarden Impli- «2. ment 63. 44, Fotm □□□ □□□ □□□ Baa □no □□□ rann nns □nauaSBUuaa uaa UM1 aaaa LICI" tFJ ; MUD anwHanLi ' □n anou □□□□ an □□□ nana □□□□□u nanu naaua anan fjulicjehi □□□□ uan □urHaaa naaa nu aaanasiH unaa □□□naWH iintDCj □aaa aS@a aniat ariH □anaanasanf □on ncin ciciu aac nun una una ant in M. Adv. m GoddeM of the harvest Empire atatc ablir. 3.1416 inrn:,e person Claw United 1'Cinlnina nam* Female sheep Sailor Fortification Condensed moisture DOWN 1. Artidlr.il bar- ter In a stream 2. Bustle .1. Mi.ro pa ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 1 April 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 1. 1931. PAMPA MORN INC POST PAGE THREE AFTERNOON AND EVENING RECITAL SET FOR THURSDAY H OF PUPILS TO Furnishings Offer Comfort EVENT WILL FEATURE, STUDENTS OF MRS. CARR Featuring piano pupil.-; of Mrs. May Foreman Carr, the Pampa Col- lege of Music will present a reeiinl Thursday at the Methodist church. The event was postpone from IB: t week because of inclement weather. Junior pupils will be presented at 4:30 o'clock and advanced pupils nt 8 o'clock. Assisting artists will :r.' F.leanor Frey and Grace Dwyer, vio- lin pupils of John R. Cochran, and Malcolm Cnir, voice pupil ol' Fmil F. Myers. The following numbers will be Biven: Up Hill and Down (Bilbroi, Sh:.-- ley Mae Stone; French Lullaby. Raymond Hurrah. Jr.: March of the Wee Folk. (Oaynon. Betty Lou Batten; Airy Fairies,- iSpaulding', Jeanne Lively; Study in C Major, (.Bilbro). Dorothy Thomas: The Cello, iMattinglyi. Ruth Sullins; Sleepy Time. iSpauldingi, Domu Jo BeiT>'; Duet, Folg Sons. (Schwalm)...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 1 April 1931

JjSfcfcCjtfVyic* <■* •*«• * i # A ., * >.',<fo.:,.i7' tAGE POUR PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1931. £ | HARVESTERS ALL TUNED UP FOR BIG GRID GAME PEP SQIO TO F FRIDAY MIAMI PLAYERS CO THROUGH CI GRILLS PITCHER HUEY LONfi KEEPS INDIANS SATISFIED MIAMI, March 31. iSpecial) •- jWlth spring football practice well under way, the first same cf the sprint' season will be held here Fri- day afternoon. In the cpeulnK en- counter the Juniors and the Fresh I men will battle. The big game will 'bring together the •aniors and the LETTERMEN WILL PI-AY sophomores. *r* ATVQT VFW MFV Coach Duncan has issued suits to ivt PAVTOeT ' nearly CO enthusiastic boys who are IN CONlCihl , trying out for th? various teams. The Rome Friday will give the conch Ribbons flowing in th* breezes, n chance to look over his prospects bands playing and pep squad? yell- for the 1931 Warriors. A small ad Ing will only be a pail of the at- mission will be charged and funds traction at Harvester Pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 1 April 1931

WEDNESDAY MORN'NG, APRIL 1. 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE Bu Percival Chmtoplier Wreti- Author of — -UiMftllS WAYR SS SYNOPSIS: Dr. Charters a.id cr may net, bo his mining home crooks learn 'ha1. wivai the Doctor Jchn Way«•, their felgni;* pu'ient, box in the hall, "had placed besio's thf>: murdered tody ol "Spider" SehliU a note t'.i- pllcaling Chink Dorton. Waye de- (lari.i that he will ri-nw n at Ut* heme until Person swipes. Ci.nit- ers, agreeing with Dr. Ma'Aduo, Mr James and others en th - stall' that Waye is a cur, secretly hopes that Dorscn will join Schlilz in dcatn, us he had once cheated the pair out ol their rpcils in n diamond haul. Chatters hates Waye for Ills know- ledge of his past and beeaus" ho had nipped, his plot to prison M jcrlo Laudsrdell, a patient, secure ji reward lor himself and an in- heritance for tiie girl's murdmou:; aunt. James, though already mar- ried, decides to ask Mai'jnn - to wed him as the price of her release and thereby gain her wealt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 1 April 1931

* PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL I, 1931, ™WA"iM«PbsT MtMBOt OF THE ASSOCIATED PRE8S~~rUU Uwgd WW PuMtolwd except Sunday una Monday by tlie Nunit-Warren {^SSumnc company. 328 Went Foster, Pampa, Ttxi* R POND E. HINKLE [ SILOS ON GRAY jusmtlated Press is exclusively entitled to the use tor publication of ftlFnew# dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited in this MDer and also the local news published herein. All rights for re- publication of special dispatches herein also ore reserved. _ ~tnt*red a"s secondtctafw mutter October 1, 1030 ut the pout office at PamSTwuui under tlie Act of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATED By Carrier in Pampa PAMPA MORNlNtl POST In Combination with PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday Month* (News and l*o&t> week. (NJ*8 I'anpa and AdJolniug(«tntle* One Year. (Momiiw antf Sunday )... 8lx Months, (Morning and Sunday) By Mail Oatslde of Gra^and Adjoining Counties M .20 4.00 235 By Niii UBWuae c One Year mews and P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 2 April 1931

r+>t>r 4 *•*' • I J MORNING EDITION or The PAMPA DAIL1 NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil find Wheat Center. VOL. i, No. 131. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS,THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) P* FIVE CENTS • • REFUGEES FLEE CITY OF QUAKE HOUSE PASSES TRUCK REGULATION MEASURE EASILY i LABORERS BATTLE MEMBERS OF LEGISLATURE IN MARYLAND • I • 4 SCENE OF AIR CRASH IN WHICH KNUTE ROCKNE WAS KILLED BREAK UP MEETING OF LEGISLATURE WITH FISTIC MELEE TE REFUSED A DM ITTANCE BY SPEAKER: MANY ARE ARRESTED ANNAPOLIS, Md.. April 1, .1 -A score of men and women in;:. members cf the lcg,clnture and police today as a session of ih> house of delegates was broken up irf disorder following an nt tempt to present an unemployment peti- tion. Two of the 20, who with about SO others, came here [:om Balti- more in a so-called "hungi'r march", were sent to a hospital witn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 2 April 1931

I 1 r ' i mat mo PAMPA MORNING POST Daily Cross-word Puzzle DIANA DANE H#f - A Poor Excuse It Better Than None ,f Solution of Yesterday's Puaslo •. North Amerl- m rod v*d r H Heiiilsliio mysrvw* it.*rsz~ i sfi "ursewttee i i>ar It. fttokO far M. Point* Jmmmn coin t(. Scare* M. Hnku i*. •i-fCitfiti U. J*ractlc# 4o. ciutomar'.ly tt. tl. ToBkble: COllOQ. Wf. rfttuwot «7. 41. "ot it. it, Eatat 44; Commotion: 75. colloq. 77. SBOtlM 10. **! C*t**8 l body .. . flSkae vio □ana an iE|WjE j * tOlEiWj il •i§28r Declare* l.ook to h« Ki< tarnation to rail attention Kqual.ty Hunt If Per*!«n fairy Sboeniiit* I1e*i\ of an Ki'Ciifh colltgo Abandon* Ventilator Lienuh of tli* olive trr« UmltrKr/u.iJ part of u plant: Scotch Heholdeet Amerlran rart0on!*t Total* it (I DOWN 1. Ancient ra?o Z. Roman ofltclal 3. l corr.o:ite* 4. Small t>. rttriKe lightly 4. Not tl • aarn* *. Kepurt I. L'nctuously Klf*.ori)|itac<nt t7 f. Become r.fld 1M. JUKiotia 41 II. lVverse 70 It. Newspaper 72 parser aph II. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 2 April 1931

THURSDAY MORNINC, APRIL 2, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAOE THREE PLANS COMPLETE FOR JUNIOR PLAY HERE ON FRIDAY IS TO BE GUEST CONDUCTOR GIVE APRIL FOOL PARTY BVT JOKE IS ON H 0*8 'I'USS Impressive Services Planned By Catholics PROCEEDS TO BE USED FOR BENEFIT OF BANQUET In order that they may have money to entertain the seniors with ii banquet May 8, members of the .junior class iof ill? Pampa high school will present a play. "Nobody But Nancy." Friday evening in tlv citji hall auditorium. It. was an- nounced that between $250 and $31)0 would bo necessary for the banquet. An added attraction on the evf- ning of the play will be a specially arranged orchestra with Supt. R. B. Fisher as guest conductor. "Po!)" Frazier will t>3 a member of the or- chestra and others to piny atv Wanda Barnard. Bob Wallace, Kl- canor Frey, LaVerne Twiford. Jo" Kahl, James McKee, CurLU Stark. Henry Wilder, and Paniell. The play is under the dirmlou ;>i Miss .Torephlne Cariker uiyi Mr ; B. Ma.ssa, with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 2 April 1931

I Hffi? i t I \ 5 S wt ■y, > BAlMi nhCB FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1931. NOTRE DAME TEAM FEELS LACK OF ROCKNE'S GUIDING HAND SttEE Fit HOT SEIICTED DMHRILLO BOWLERS PLAY PAMPA TONIGHT At least lliiw Knu|jpy hov.llm: | names nrr scheduled iu tonight ut . Die Pninpu Bowlftin alles'". Thj i AmoriUd All-Stars will be liere to ■ play a rubber mateli with vhe Pan.- pa All-Stars. Each team has won tljree .sualglit names on their home tlcors and with the odd «unie *o FIGHTING SPIRIT IS "Ojbo played here tlw Pamj a team h; COME BACK AFTER doped to win. op\;p#l? oiinrK An All-Star team from Borgcr If SLV&K& nu*- i\ | oxpected to be here to take on one of the Pumpa teanis planning to make the trip to the 'iVru-i Bowl- ing Icuniament ut Wichita 1:11s ~ ,7-,. Dm*,!,, lori-1li,ls n'onth. The three uan.s will —Wo one took Knu c ; draw to tee who will tannic v.ith oueiy a lew days a-- | Burger and the other two te.mis LftlfiS % S8dZ we,; > <V « match. Pampa ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 2 April 1931

+4 4+44 *9+4**4* Thursday morning, april 2, 1&31. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING PAMPA MORNING POST PACE FIVE All want ads are cosh in advance. They must be paid before thev will be inserted. Want Ads may be telephoned to the office before 12 0 block on the day of insedtion and a collector will cull. Ratea: Two cent per word per insertion, three insertions for five I .SYNOPSIS: Chink Dor.son's name •ents minimum twenty-five cents per insertion. Us signed to u confession beside the Out Of town advertising: cash With order. 'muiHetvrt "RniiW" Kehli f Inhn Ads. under ap- Wayt Vho pitSSit iKE?^ tells "he crooks at Dr. Charters' nursing home that lie will remain with thei.i until Dorsou hangs, charters, who _ i had once cheated Dor son and Bu Percioal Ckridapker Wren- A*tim of MYSTERIOUS WAYE HK "He gets 10 per cent, and the loal propriate headings and to revise or withhold from publication any copy determined objectlorioble or misleading. Notice of any error must be given in time for correc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 2 April 1931

PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1931. Monilmt Edition t>( tlir I'ampH Drily News THE PAMPA MORNING POST MKMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull LehMd Wire Published mornlnn except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren Publishing company. 333 West Foster, pntnpa, Texaa _ R. POND C. HINKLE 7.00 3.7ft 2.25 The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use (or publication ot all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. All rights for re- publication ot special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered a* second-class matter October 1, 1930 at the post ofllcc at Pan pa, Texas under the Act of March 3, 1879. j.j,BSCB,pTIONRAT~Efj By Carrier In Pampa 3CRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNING POST in Combination With PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. Month. (News and Post) «5 week. (News and Post) . .20 By Mail. Pampa and Adjoining Counties One Year. (Morning and Sunday > 4.00 SIX Months....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 3 April 1931

I *>4T 9$'4> >'V ^ ^ + +■+ 0 # 4 ■rr)$ o O « MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAIL\ NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST 1=553=-") Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle \ center. / THE NEW Fastest Growing Panhandle Oil and Center. VOL. 1, No. 132. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS I RATCLIFF BURNED TO DEATH CUTTLE TIKE • r4y0.t H. MERRY MARY MARRIES McLBAN HIGH SCHOOL JUDGING TEAM j WINS FIRST WHITE DEER BOYS 2ND JEAN DuLUTH DAFFODIL EARNS THRFIE FIRSTS; IS GRAND CHAMPION 0 * Py ARCHER Fl'LLlNGIM PANHANDLE. April 3. (Special)— | A herd of young, fawn and whit? ; cattle, owned by a young breeder, ; Edwin B. Can-oil of Panhandle,; basked in all their beauty and per- ; fectlon before R. R. Walker of Ani- nrillo, judge, to iiteal a greater part1 of Carson county's Third Annual! Guernsey show today. | The animal which so aroused the i enthusiasm of the Judge was a helf- | er In the 12 to 18 months class. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 3 April 1931

fpl •; . f Hh i,:'A m i Fipm.' • ' & P In I .*M* TWO PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, Iftil. Morning Edition of the>nnpaDiOy New* THE PAMPA MORNING POST 5 ASSOCIATED PRESS—Full LeuWd Wire rigs except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn- Warren 333 West Foster, ttunpa, Texas Bif Percioal Ghriiiopl%er Wren_ Aidlvr of MYSTERIOUS WM Stt SYNOPSIS: Dr Charter# tails nr. MacAdoo and Mr. James that he has abandoned his plan of poison- ing Marjorie LaudfrdPll so that her aunt. Maud Laudtrdell, mi&iu gain her fortune. But Jsnv°& who thinks Charters has been double-eros'ln* U:?m, decides to Bet the girl" !< :■- tune for himself by marrying lm\ Enraged at hi.s intrusion into her BiiMCtiwin< RATFfi ~~ ;room, Marjcrie om his ctfer to BTcSSr in ftmSi e« >«* out of the home If he will :ON to the PAMPA MORNING POST In Combination Wtttl accept him. Nurse Jones appeal# is exclusively entitled to the use for publication s credited to or not otherwise credited in this he loc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 3 April 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE TIIBEB DISTRICT DEPUTY MATRON TO VISIT WITH PAMPA O.E.S. PUINSlO BE hi ni not IT HI TO GREET HER; MRS. HASH TO GRADE LOCAL CHAPTER ON ACTIVITIE i AU Easter Star members unci of- ficers arc urged to attend the re«u-, lar meeting of the chapter this: evening at 8 o'clock at. the Masonic hall. At that time plans will be j made Icr the official visit of the district deputy matron, Mrs. Paul- ine Hash of Stinnett. Mr.;. Ha;;h is to visit each chapter in district 2 during her term of office. She will be In Pampa April 10 and then plans to visit the chapters at Miami and Canadian. The regular routine of Business j alio will take place this evening with the worthy matron, Mrc. Roy (Jewell, presiding. Initiatory work will hold interest at the April 10 mectinp. the work to be graded by Mrs. Hash, who will also grade the chapter accord- ing to the members imd officers present. The chapter in the district which makes the highest grade wtJl ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 3 April 1931

*. ?■ rr« D '•* FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, i931. ■ i f >f FOOTBALL McKechnie Converts Braves Into Colorful, Slugging Outfit (H'ANY are expected attend game AT 3 O'CLOCK Wtoea the two Harvester football tsanu> tangle at Harvester pork thlr. - afternoon at 3 o'clock more than a thousand ardent football funs are j 'wppeeted to be in tho Rtmuls. Keyed to their highest pitch, tho Uo teams •inhtkCfe one another determined to put «Jt their best as Die (fame -Will go a long way towaids decid- ing who will make the first town this fall. *' Admission to the game will be 35 cents for adults and 25 conts for ttigh school students and children. Ttur proceeds will be used to defray the track and field team's expense* to the Texas Tech. Amurillo and tiuiycn meet..-. Coach Oclti.') Mitchell and his ro'iI uniformed boys, composed of lotter- men frcm last year, will meet the rtmrvcfl, ex-aorillns and new boys In charge of Coach Warren Mocie. Ray Chastaln and Ralph Pee will...

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