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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 January 1935

iF'mti ■ f • 1 By MRU. MARGARET STUTE v ,.. vj! - , «- ' ilKiiSi ^ t ■■ SOT^?'.S| , x ■ i,,. HOME PROBLEMS JgMM. . / £ 7 (? -c>- Perhaps never before have farmers and ranchers of the Southwest gone back to the foods and beverages they like best, as they have this year. That's why Admiration and Bright 6- Early Coffee sales keep climbing to new highs. These fine coffees just taste better, and they are better. OMcl HAKiN6i>tipe° MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME LONG LINES FOR SLIMNESS, BUTTONS FOR CHIC Pattern 2013 By Anne Adams This slenderizing dress, although it realty opens just to the waist, takes its inspiration lrom the vogue for coat frocks which is sweeping' the fashion world today, and looks for all the world as though it opened all the way down the front. But- tons emphasize its smart closing anil its nicely-cut sleeves. A smoothly flat- tering collar tops its trim bodice—two well-tailored pleats front its slim skirt, itns dress would be love- ly made in a roughish crepe with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 January 1935

'■ " . '••■' *r?' • :h llwWPgl "'"v'V : .. .. Mr. BmI mm Mm: Three per etal if iw mm Imnh shoald be wt asMe (m Mwap •per advertising every year. Try H in The News and watch your bnslnesa (raw by leaps and bounds. CLAUDE NEWS —— Waat tor eMh m tow abort the place or briiw yea mm thing 7 ou need >1 a bargain. Try tt in The Newt at only t cents a word. >■ V- r VOLUME 46. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 11, 1935. NUMBER 1 . Pres.F.D.Roose- velt's Message To Congress i The News Editor enjoyed hearing President Roosevelt's message to congress, over the Radio. Among many other very Important and Interesting things, we heard the President say the following: Mandate In Clear We find our population suffer- ing from old Irregularities, little changed by past sporadic remedies. In spite of our efforts and In spite of our talk, we have not weeded out the OVER-PRIVILEGED and we have not effectively lifted up the UNDER-PRIVILEGED. Both of these manifestations of Injustice have ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 January 1935

aaacrtlng refection "OVA would continue thai" of former Governor BE-EIICTIO r* i> ,4- k Miss Madge Brady was re-elected James E. Perguaoa in political! jn ^ -chats" for the nest few P «*Ment of the Junior Develop- affalrs, would endanger his Iegis- mrntlls we to present an ment Club at its annual business lative program and caat a blight anaiyses 0f the books of the New meeting. Thursday. Jan. 3. in the over his plan for a "new deal with Testament. We hope this aeries a new deck with tome new deal-' arouae a new interest in the en". Ferguson favored Stevenson. study of Word We who was accorded Ferguson sup- mend that you study thMe port in his race two years ago. a copy 0f the Bible at hand Allred took his defeat good nat- w read proof ^ when needed. uredI, M ^ We will try to show the important ;0- things about each book in a way For the biggest dirt ten Jobs w h(tip vou Satan dresses in white. the GOSPEL OF MATTHEW ° I. THE AUTHOR Matthew also The idea that demand never eaiied L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 January 1935

MfcfiiiSi .,, a.:;,:.,.. :!v Kft "i I.' -jr. vvWv'V: H immmm life-?. . , .. •• / Decision Brings Riches & k > • / j m%*%k%%%iaaas%xx%%%ssx%xsex*%%%%x%%x%xxx%%sx%%xxxxxs feji wmi It Takes Planning DETROIT . . . David Graves George (above) 67 years old, crippled and . the father of five children, wrote a hillbilly saga song about "The Wreck of the Old 97" years ago. The U. S. Supreme Court rules George is the author. Thttdecision assures George the right to collect royalties on profits from the sale of 5,000,000 phono- graph records. You can't simply wave a wand and then watch your dreams come true. Things are not done that way-except in Fairy Tales. PLANNING is necessary. Do you desire money? An education? A new home? A pleasure trip Then you'll probably need to work, and plan, and SAVE. We invite you to keep your funds at our Bank. We'll help to make your dreams come true. Start now. This is your invitation. Miss Mary J. Hibbets and broth- ; er, Prank Hibbets, of Washburn, ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 January 1935

Ill'iTIti MAB6ARCT £■ SANGSTE& \ Thirteenth Instalment SYNOPSIS . . . Ellen Church. 17 yetn old. inds herself alone in the world with her artist mother's last warning ringing in her tars, to "love lightly." Of the world she knew little. All her life she had lived alone with her mother 'in an old brown house in a small rural com- munity. . . . Ellen, alone, turned to the only ■contact she knew, an art agent in New York. Posing, years of posing, was her only talent so she was introduced to two leading artists. .Dick Alven and Sandy Macintosh. Both used her as a model and both fell In love with her . but Ellen, trying to follow the warped philosophy of her mother to "loye resists the thought of love. Her circle of friends is small, artists and two or three girl models. Ellen attends a ball with Sandy, while danc- ing a tall young man claimed her and romance is born. A ride in the park, proposal, the next day marriage to Tony, and wealth But she d "Love Lightly." Ellen told herself....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 January 1935

• - Mr. Iwtoia Hut VI ine per Mat «f iw gnat Imom shot iM be let uMa fat mii Mnrtb III every year. Try it la The News and watch your IwtnsM grew by lea pa and bounds. MLo-ur-irj- ■ • •*$ ■' ■ .-• "jr.-sUj : '\+f •*"" NEWS ■ • •. ■ , ■ Sf •'• ■ -V ' It Mir I Mali I I far eaafc fM km ibMt Um place or bring rHHHt thinr yon need at a bargain. Try H In The New* at only Z cent* a wart. VOLUME 46. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 18, 1935. number 20. 'I ; € Plateau Sing Song at Claude Sun., Jan 13th Armstrong Co. Federation In- stall Officers X h That Great Plateau Singing As- sociation held one of their regular session at Claude last Sunday af- ter-noon, from 2:00 to 4:30 p. m., In the Baptist Church. The crowd wasjiot as large as usual because of mc shortness of time in which to advertise the date. However, a mighty good crowd attended and those who heard the solos, duets, quartetts and congregational singing were loud in their praise of this enter- tainment. Several countie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 January 1935

' . >; '.v m MAHBA&ET £ SANGST£H Thirteenth Instalment SYNOPSIS . . . Bllcn Chuich. 17 yean old. «nd$ herself .lone in tht world with hn uti* mothcf'i lut warning ringing in hu nut. to "love Ufbdy." Of trie world ahe knew little. All hu life ahe had lived alone with her mother 'in an old brown hotue in a small rural com- munity. . . . Ellen, alone, turned to the only foataci she knew, an art agent in New York. Posing, years of posing, was her only talent «o she was introduced to two leading artuis ,Dick Alven and Sandy Macintosh. Both used her as a model and both fell In love with her . but Ellen, trying to follow the warped philosophy of her mother to "love lightly, resists tne thought of love. Her circle of mends is small, artists and two or three girl models. Ellen attends a ball with Sandy, while danc- ing a tall young man claimed her and romance is born. A ride in the park, proposal the neat 'day marriage to Tony, and wealth. But shed ."Love Lightly," Ellen told herself....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 January 1935

IVSKY FRIDAY County, ymi—I1J0 ttu County, jmt. UN E':f 9U THE STATE OF TEXAS. COUNTY OP ARMSTRONG TO THOSE HOLDING CLAIM3 AGAINST THE ESTATE OF C. M. LUTTRELL, DECEASED: I have been duly appointed Ad- ministratrix of the Estate cf C. M. Luttrell, Deceased, of Armstrong County, Texas, and I hereby notify those having claims against said estate to present them to me with- in the time prescribed by law at my residence at Claude, In Arm- strong County, Texas. Mr. post office address is Claude, Texas, where I receive my Mail. 23-c DATED: This 14th day of Jan- uary, A. D. 1935. Mrs. M. J. Luttrell, Administratrix. BRATTLE . , . This state is mighty proud of Vem Oaborn (above), recently declared the "champion liar of the U. S. for 1934." Osborn is from Centralia. He had a jack-rabbit hunting mule. In the heat of a chase one day the rabbit jumped over a 1000-foot cliff the mule and Oiborn following. 10 fe«t from the ground, Osborn hol- lered "whoa" and the mule stopped. Osborn got off and p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 January 1935

lIBi k r a Y -fc M i.-EP SMILING with Krllsy's Appiw,;. onJ eft your supply of Orape fruit, potatoes anJ bsanj at KELLEY'3. 23 yean Jn Amarillo. DR. HYDEN, Eyesight Specialist. 16-c PLYMOUTH AND DeSOTO FOlt 1935 Shewing and Demonstration at Sam Smith's Oarage, Saturday, Jan. 19th. Ride in a New Plymouth and you will be convinced it is the best low priced car ever built. —E. T. Hughlett, Dealer. 1-t-c POSTED NOTICE This is to notify the public that all the J. A. Pastures are ported,' and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all tresspass- ers will be prosecuted—CLINTON HENRY, Ass't. Mgr. 12-tf-c I DR. W. M. CURL DENTIST ill F1SK MEDICAL ART AND PROFESSIONAL BUILDING AMAR'LLO, — TEXAS He said: "I lost my job, sent my wife to her Ma, get my meals at the soup house, gave away my bird dog, and if times don't get better soon, I'm going to give up my car." Tough luck. We all know how it goes. The automobile, like a lot of other things, is all right if you can AFFORD it. It is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 January 1935

• 1 ' Mabssaqlt £. Sangster. © L Fourteenth Instalment . . . Bn Church. 17 y •loot k itw world jijtk I fft Church. 17 je*ulJ. * ' * ki ? ears, to linew litikc. All h4f Dt had lived alone with her mother in an old brown house in a small rural com- munity. . . . Ellen, alone, turned to the only Contact she knew, an art agent in New York. Posing, yean of posing, was her only talent •0 she was introduced to two leading a rusts. Dick Alven and Sandy Macintosh. Both used her as a model and both fell in love with her ... but Ellen, trying to follow the warped philosophy of her mother to "love lightly, resists the thought of love. Her circle of friends i* small, artists and two or three girl models. Ellen attends a ball with Sandy, while danc- ing a tall young man claimed her and romance is born. A ride in the park, proposal, the neat day marriage to Tony, and wealth. But she d "Love Lightly." Elleo told herself. She would .never let him know how desperately she loved him, even though she w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 January 1935

n ■ i k V y ■4- : 'v,,.. &• Mr. Business Man: Three per cent of yonr iron Income should be net aside foi newspaper advertising ever; year. Try It in The News and watch yonr business grow by leaps and bounds. CLAUDE NEWS Waal MwrtMf it Mir I aaato • word mm Mil iwittlBf far Mk yw taw a boat the place or M«roiHM thine yo« need at • taqala. Try II la The Mows at only I cento a VOLUME 40. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 25, 1935. NUMNS SL Will Rogers Visits Claude Thurs. Jan. 24 Miss Ellie Ilolligan reached the height of her feminine career last Thursday morning when a strange gentleman rushed into the phone office and said, "Miss, give me the English Air Port in Ainarillo, I want to see If my Plane In on time," and gave his name as ROGERS. After a few moments of hesitant study she ventured to ask if he wasn't the one and only WILL ROGERS, or which he Elated he was. Mr. Itogcrs then headed South to view the wilds of our one and only Armstrong County. We imagine Miss El...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 January 1935

' I at Um Port Office at Claude Clan llall Matter HVXRY FRIDAY County, year the County, year- Walking OKLAHOMA CITY . . . Andy Payne (above), winner of the Pylfl coast-to-coast "bunion" derby a few years apo, is the new clerk of the Oklahoma Supreme Court and "through with walking." he says. NOTICE FOR SEALED BIDS Notice is hereby given that the Commissioners Court, of Arm- strong County, will on Monday. February 11th, receive sealed bids for Depository for County and School funds as the law requires. S. P. MATHEWS, County Judge. 22-c THE STATE OF TEXAS. COUNTY OF ARMSTRONG To those holding claims against the Estate of C. M. Luttrell, Deceased: I have been duly appointed Administratrix of the Estate of C. M. Luttrell. Deceased, of Arm- strong County, Texas, and I here- by notify those having claims against said estate to present them to me within the time prescribed by law at my residence at Claude, in Armstrong County. Texas. My Post Office address is Claude. Tex- as, where I recei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 January 1935

Salvador -( f I r MS wms: ~ PANAMA . . . Senorita Krui 13 Araujo (above), of Salvud-.r,' hnn been crowned beaut* unci 1 < . trnl Amtrica for l!t *" America:. S\ Want, To Sell Buy Or Exchange When in Amarillo, ASK DR. HYDEN ABOUT YOUR EYES. 10c ^ * S SSS«SSXSXXSSXXSXX*S X SS XS«SX«S3reSX3tSSSg last week to visit old time friends, have impressed so many readers | Everybody knows "Tom The Black-, of 'Forgive Us Our Trespasses; The World Moves The railroad put the stage coach out of business. The auto put an end to the horse-and-buggy days. Then came the airplane and the radio. What's next? Who knows? We do know that changes are constantly being made, even in financial matters. The modern bank has replaced the old family cup- board or the tin can in the cellar as a safe place for your money. This Bank is keeping step with progress-meeting every financial need. A modern, reli- able Bank for YOU. smith" C. H. Keeter, one of our valu- able and appreciated subscribers, called Wednesday m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 January 1935

• • •• ,-. . • „ '•<./>;. ■ Margaret €. sangster Fifteenth Instalment fSYNOPSIS . . . Elko Church. 17 yean old, tin<ls herself alone io the world with her aiti* mother'! laat waroina ringing io her ears, to 'love lightly." Of the world the koew little. her Ufe she had lived alone with her mother in aa old brown house io a small rural com- munity. . , . Ellen, aiooc, turned to the only contact she knew, an art agent in New York. Posing, yean ol posing, was her only talent 10 she was introduced to two leading artists. Dick Alven and Sandy Macintosh. Doth used her as a model and both fell in love with her ... but Ellen, trying to follow the warped philosophy of her mother to "love lightly," touts the thought ol love. Her circle of friends 4 una 11 artists and two or three girl models, lien attends a ball with Sandy, while danc- ing a nil young man claimed her and romance is born. A ride in the park, proposal, the next day marriage to Tony, and wealth. But she'd 'Love Lightly."...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 February 1935

fV if f i( ;v,v: Man: Three per cent ti income should be act aiide foi newspaper advertising every year. Try It In The Newi and watch your business grew by leaps and bonnda. ' '*' '■ \ " ' 'i ' ■ ■ •'."* ■ ■ - • - v ''•'i CLAUDE r'ih, — («r Ml tm have abeat the place er brine yen aetat thine yoa need at a bargain. Try It In The Newt at only t cent* • VOLUME 46. CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY, 1EXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 1, 193S. NUMBEB tt. X >• What The Town- send Plan Pro- poses For Us: First, the Immediate restoration of prosperity to all the people. It is recognized by all that the rea- son for our depression and finan- cial distress is not a lack of wealth but due solely to a lack of any system whereby money and credit can be obtained continually by the people as needed. To cure this condition we propose to use simple and time-tried means and to avoid experimental "isms" and "ologies". It is recognized by all that to pension the soldiers and navy men for services to their government in tim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 February 1935

THEATRE ) driving in; with a Udder, and know hi* voice and can identify his clothes and are so certain that he is the murderer, did not come across with all this information and help catch this brute, more than two years ago. If they are law-a-bidlng citizens and knew all this damaging testimony more than two years back, why didn't they help Colonel Llndberg In hi" search for the murderer of an In- nocent baby then and not wait so long to bring out the truth In this matter? Hauptmann may be NOTICE FOR SEALED BIDS Notice Is hereby given that the Commissioners Court, of Ann- strong County, will on Monday. February 11th. receive sealed bids for Depository for County and fuhr NEW YORK . .• Robot Moses (above), Park Conunlssloiier here, has been put on the «pot by Secre- tary Icket of the Irtterioi Depart- meat who ordered that all municipal officials must quit poets la whleh Federal funds are involved. Beeiae being park commissioner, Mr. Moses is a member of the Trl-Boro Bridge Authorit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 February 1935

= — ■IB Wm Ioaugurated-Impeached (Continued from page two) X WILLIHTON, N. D. . . . Thomas H. Moodie (above), was inaugurated gemocratic Gover/ior of North akota oti Jan. 7th ai d impeached by a hostile legislature on Jan. 18th The charge is '1 corrupt conduct''; a political battle which dates back to handling of relief funds several mouths a^p, Want, To Sell Buy Or Exchange When in Amarillo, ASK DR. HYDEN ABOUT YOUR EYES. 16c Apply the Test If you doubt our ABILITY or our WIL- LINGNESS to help you, come right in and make a square test of the matter. That's FAIR, isn't it? We invite conservative people who more and more feel the need of an ac- commodating, reliable Bank. We ask them to deal with us. Our loans are con- servative. Your deposits are secure. We are glad to plan with our patrons their individual problems. Feel free to confer with us at any time. ===== benefit fortunes I'd say that It amounts to more millions than he has accumulated for the rainy days. "The Panhandle of T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 February 1935

■ IT- - - - I Pf| _ Ifli _ i" ■"•''.v-iKV i in K m MAB6A&£T £. SANGSTE& Sixteenth Instalment Church, 17 yt n old. I wocM with bcf utut I a ha can. to , the knew little. l with bet mother brown house ia t until nutl corn- turned to the only tent in New York. contact the knew, to ut tfent Pusing, yean of posing, wtt I to she wis introduced to two letdinf mists. Dick Alvcn tnd Sandy Mtcintosh. Both used htt SI I model tnd both fell in lone with her . . . but Ellen, trying to follow the wtrpeJ philosophy of ha mother to "love lightly, resists the thought of low. Her circle of Irinds J thought — | j , it small, trusts and two or three girl models. Ellen attends a ball with Sandy. Wh bile danc- ing a tall young man claimed her and romance it Men. A ride in the ptrk. proposal, the pat day marriage to Tony, and wealth. But the d "Lore Lightly." Ellen told hertelf. She ^ou'4 never let him know how desperttely the loved him, even though she were hit wife. Ellen insists upon living her...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 February 1935

,„L m mvm |||$; " IM'r • v • — Mk. BdsUmm Ham: Three per e«t at your groee l eame ahonld be aet aalda for uviptpcf idT«liitnj every year. Try It and yoar busineaa will Ineraaa* by leaps and boanda. Wf. rnrnmi^fj ' dm MAGAZINE SECTION CLAUDE WANT ADS at only k a word vfll •ell something for caab yoa hare a boat the place or brine yon aometbinf yon need at a bargain. Try it ia The Claude Newa at only 2c par word. ■ctsffl VOLUME 46. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1935. NUMBER 22. -as**--?UwJfcJUjUSS . . V 'uckv, food in abundance^ very where and our ctl CODE of ETHICS compels^ us to GO hungry. r—^^ 9)tm — ——— -J ® C^) (§C\^ ^ a rod Coos' L?^ U%' 1 1 MM -> v to ado to the ironyj of it, here comes< a basket loaded vvith food and .we el— ■:'£ so what .'j ^ 'rff y> 07 /tw j i i_ what's the idea Big boy ? no rough 5tuff r SSsfe rj=l k£e? ra >v Bockv decides that WHERE necessity drives ethics may go hangysy ^ ¥ Ji^wrsi;, //&</ ^ |r -r y ,, 4. i k<u...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 February 1935

mf By DICK HARVEY AlbW. tMM. (Copyright, 1985. by the Home Color Print Co.) irsnOE McCOMB, of Albany, Texas, TJ was one of the first West Texans jK-i to hunt and kill buffalo for com- l&ZJ mercial profit. Although 79 years old, McComb is still active and now owns and operates a retail grocery store at Albany. t , , . "There's no food that can beat buf- falo tongue or the marrow from buffalo bones," says McComb. "We would put on the camp-fire a pot of tongues, or bury the tongues in hot ashes beneath the fire, and when the day's hunt was over (he smacked his lips) we had a feast fit for any king. The bones were put in the fire to remain two or three hours, then raked out, broken and the marrow removed and eaten. These delicacies gave variety to our regular menu of buffalo steaks and buffalo roasts/' Mr. McComb was a professional buffalo hunter for five years—between 1874 and 1879. His first hunting ex- pedition was in the fall of 1874, out of Fort Griffin, which at that time were...

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