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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 April 1931

-V ' FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1931. paMpa morning post graduating girls are honored by local a.a.u.w. PAGE THttEP MRS GEORGE BRIGGS STATES Central Baptist Church Will Celebrate Anniversary ILL-DllflEET WASTU IS AVOIDED IN PLAN BE CONVERTED INTO SERVICE «>• OFFICERS FOR COMING YEAR 1NSTAU.E1) THURSDAY Presents lied with silver paper j hanginR from the ceiling, balloons suspended from the lights, rain Bar- rels filled with pastel candles, and scores of dainty corsages—all added to the beauty and festivity of th" I banquet given last evening as a | courtesjl to girls in this year's grad- uating class of Pampa high school. I A. A. U, W. and College club mem- 1 bers were hostesses for the fune- ! tion, held at 8 o'clock at the Schneider hotel. An important feature of the event was the presentation of a year's j scholarship to Miss Ruth Wakemau. I She may choose her own college. The scholarship each year is pre- sented on the basis of scholastic standing, which must be in the up- j pe...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 April 1931

n%♦ VlT%*% * i l > .* > • : > , -A" T^'WV 1 i 1~€V * r * i<wr w — .-■•«• « r* k* ** ■VVvWViVrTT. w Wtta^rouR PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 24, 1931. >;': r ' ft I I B i KTMHT SLUGGERS SHUT OIT ST. LOUIS CREW III CLOSE TILT THE III 9 HIT GAME GEHRINGER GETS ONLY RUN DURINT, HARD CONTEST DETROIT. April 23. M>) — Tom Bridges, rookie Detroit pitcher, and Walter Stewart, ace of the St. Louis Browns pitching staff, gave a dem- onstration of fine hurdling today as the Tigers won the season's opener at Navln field byi 1 to 0. In the fourth inning Charlie Gehringer doubled.and raced home on Alexander's single for the only score of the game. 8T. LOUIS AB R H O A E Levey, ss — 2 0 Burns, lb . 4 0 Goslln, If 4 0 Xraw, 3b 4 0 Schulte, cf 4 0 Jenkins, rf — 4 o MMillo, 2b 2 0 Terrell, c 3 0 Stewart, p 3 o 0 1 0 11 1 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 3 0 Won Lost PclK. ... . 0 1 .057 . .7 2 .778 -fi 3 CII7 4 3 .571 ....3 4 .420 .. 3 ft .371"' .1 G .143 ....1 7 .12 j Tot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 April 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1931 PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVr LEVINE'S REMODELING SALE STARTS FRIDAY APRIL 24 Levine's Sales Are Money Saving Events BETTY BROWN WASH FROCK Ladies! Hero is the sensational low price in Pampa's history. Every frock is fast color, well made, new in style details, a value made possible in Pampa only by Levine's. Your unlimited choice, as long- as they last, each— NEW SPRING HATS For the ladies and children. This department lias been enlarged so that we can offer you a greater selec- x tion than ever before. Be here every day as the new ones keep arriving. During this sale, new hats as low as- Ladies' House Dresses LADIES' HOSE Here you can sec the lui'licst line of quality lionse frocks in the I'un- bundle. Rark alter lack all new ami fresh l'rom the factories. Every one if. beautifully trimmed and well made of guaranteed fast (;o)or materials. Sizes 14 to 52. 3 groups: 89c 99c $1.79 Watch the prices drop! Here are those super quality hose that fit your fe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 April 1931

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 April 1931

J* MORNING DD1TION of The PAMPA DAIH NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle VOL 1, No. 148. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) THE NEW PAMPA * Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. PRICE FIVE CENTS VETERANS HERE FOR CONVENTION INDEPENDENTS WILL START DRIVE FOR TARIFF GIRL KILLER'S BLOODY' KNIFE LOCATED AT HOTEL FOR RAISE PRICES TS^IC/Q^dupctty This world needs more rhythm in ,i's hunvn affairs. Nature Is full of .. it. Humans exhibit a surprising lack HEADQUARTERS TO BE It. Rhythm ill its highest exprrs- ESTABLISHED AT | f'ci. is rmr'. ;'led in fccaltti and \\7 a ci11 vp rrv\ v happiness. Music Hixl other nrts VA AMI IN U 1UIS provide an outlet for it. 4 FRANKLIN RE-ELECTED FORT WORTH MAN IS VICE-PRESIDENT OF OK. BODY TULSA. Okln., April 24. r/l'i—In- dependent oil men girdtHl here to- day for another drive for a tariff on petroleum import*. The preparations, I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 April 1931

'WmitlttHMMtUIti *tW ttliti i ► * **** TWO .■'." wf## !##fFifiiin♦ h7i-#♦ 7i*J7UTRWFFFffi.!:'.T:;7Tv;?f<*;....• ;.• m&UH • ^>4^^ it 'Nfc..* & 5 5 % \ V \ PAMPj^MORnlNC POST SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 2S, 1S31. UlANA UANfc < /'At So litS-m*. 6 «8 TV" 9AXT*,. — M ^ ^mb> P tw HifC \ ;. "i iM • ^ 'v ( # 1 « ^ 1^6 **'««* W«r r. IV. ? < > r?w-<.L a'r«$ ATC£ /-v j 7' '.*-J/ S - TC* *U*uiSi f * "T it s Gelling i^ositlvsiy C.vepy £ $ by Don Fk>we * wtf.fr, r T V«<JV ' J Zcs'AACJ, trfli.*. ViV/-JT p? V A*. V . ^4." HOLLO ROLLINGSTONZ Rippin j " >ra> f r**r w <■ ^ Afrits ■ j by Bruce Barr \ e<jr iv_ v a&r Na*r TlfAil ruL. CO car HOMFR HOOPEE HERE ARE "WOSE REPORTS, *w, ^UGKAac: i«w Ta^M weAcr/ f0 VOO *T P 30 i-ftS" NtStCT you •W€0utsre15 - t WAHcD MERE >*.30 FC*? VOU - AND THEN I LOOSES THEM UP AWt> \McK,T HOWE : Twk *i £ir;ra« 1. > **.«?• What It Blackard Planning? by Fred Locher Ah.\Bs, tinkvE. 1 1 WAS ' tjcv^vro — | TOUND "«" ll*PCSS'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 April 1931

SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THKEP f" ) 17 |i- I Lr ly ko Is. I ts In r ly. ■t'S l- lill Irn It.' MANY TRIPS MADE BY FOLK IN NEARBY COMMUNITIES RESIDENTS OF LEFORS AND GOINCS AND COMINGS INCREASE BUT ONLY FEW PARTIES A HE GIVEN IN TWO TOWNS DURING LAST FEW WEEKS SKIXIATOWN NEWS | LFIOKS ITEMS The A and B Study club met; Mrs a. Mnlvn?aux of Anuirillo with Mrs. Fied Mathews recently. | and Miss Myrtle Mae Wheeler of After the business scs&ion. the club] Whittenburt,', visited MLss Mildred lias decided to meet each Thurstir.y i Mat tenon Sunday. Instead of twice a month. The next I Mr. Byrd, Harry Helms, O"or«e meeting will be with Mrs. J. C. Loo ; Harklns, all of LeFor.s. left Wcdn js- uinn on the Skelly lease. Refresh- day morning for Las Vegas, N; ments were served to Mesdamesi Mxico, and Boulder Dam, Nov. Mont Abbet, J. E. Collins, E. lJ K. E. Leonard and Rcy Calvert Third Birthday Is Occasion of Party Mrs. W. A. York coinidlmcntcd her lit le daught...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 April 1931

* y * «, w ** •••« • ?• # V-v *lT^ M v ■- .V7< 'gfrrr&i.r'f 1 t • pampa morning post SATURDAY MORW1NC, APRIL 2ft WB< ",jbCIM— h-^.— ... ,.. . , - ~~ IB SENM8. MFFMG MAKE HOMERS TO BEAT HEP SOX TtMf) ■... ?— — * ~ . . .-aWA tub . w— u riTiirn HIP BOSTON IS HELD FOR FOUR RUNS ON HOME GROUND BOSTON, April 24. </P)—Home tuna by Lou Gehrig and Charlov Rwfflng. eich coming1 with a mate on Mm and two okit, gave the New Yibrk. Yankee* a 7 to 4 triumph over the Red So* today. It wan ttut fourth straight for Joe Me- Cfcrthy's rtujn. Afi R H .4 1 0 3 1 1 4 4 -S 0 2 3 3 8 1 i 2 7 0 A £ 0 0 9 27 10 AB>R ft O A 4 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 1 13 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 01 JO 1 1 .0 0 0 0 NEW YORK Cdcnbo, c f Lory, m ... Cooke, rf . Gehrig, lb LMaerl, 3b QWklMhati, 2b „ 3 Ruffing, p a „T«taii .............. 33 BOSTON ss If .....4 lb 4 . rf .-.-3 miner, e — 3 Picketing, 3b _ 4 Oliver, cf .... ...4 Reeves, 2b — 3 e, p -i 1 p -0 . p o gVlnsett .*..1 Be, p . 0 Totals r 32 4...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 April 1931

SATURDAY MORN INC. april 25, 1 m. PAMPA MORNING POST «AQE NVt * t fnternationat Sunday School Lesson BY 10: J. E. NUNN KIDNAPED DOCTOR AND HEIRESS-WIFE i b International Sunday school Ten* •* 1 foi April 20, 1931. j., General Topic:—"Hbw tailRiiiy". Scripture lessonLuke lBJf-14 I. And He spake a parable^ unto them to the end that they ourslit always to pray, and not to,faint; 1!. Saying, There was in a city a ' Judge, who feared not Clod, iuul re- * gnrcled not man; ' D. And there was a widow in that city; and she came oft luiio hnn. atylnir, Avenae mo ol' mine advers- ary. 4. And he would not for a while- but afterward he said within him- self, Though I fear not Ood, nor rceard man: 5. Yet because this widow troub- le ih me, I will avenge her, lest she wear me out by her contlnutil roin- 1ji«. G. And the Lord said. Hear what the unrighteous judge saltli. 7. And shall not Ood avenge Hie elect, that cry to Him day and night, and yet He is longsufferinc over them? 8. I say unto you, t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 April 1931

i «t(iW jM r wwwWw i rm**« • ^ * k* • ! +■<$*&#, • • • • % t • • • < ■w BP PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 2S, 1931. Morning Edition of thr Pampa pally News THE PAMPA MORtti POST Si' m ■ ll'vfe w) v>r u.%$ ^ MEMBER OP TIIE ASSOCIATED PRESS—full Leued Wire guMlsted mornings except Sunday and Monday toy the Kunn-Warren ./ubUehlng company, 322 West Foster, Pafopa" Texas THE PIPES OF PAN (-AMERICA) The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication ©t ali news dispntchos credited to or not otherwise credited in this Banff and also the local news published herein. All rights tor re- publication ot special dispatches herein also are reserved. , . Entered as second-class matter October 1, 1930 at the post office'at Pampa. Texas under the Act of March 3, 1870. STlBSCRIPTIpN BATES ~ By Carrier in Pampa - .!EU0U.,?.5fc.,l^S'A.¥OBNINO POST In Combination with PAMFADAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. fonth (News and Post) .85 week. (New...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 April 1931

m morning edition of The PAMrA DAIH NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil And Wheat Center. VOL. 1, No. 149. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS TRY TO IMPEACH MELLON DRAFTING INTERSTATE OIL AGREEMENT HUSBAND," COMPANION ARE HELD IN DEATH OF WIFE >4 w EB GOUNTjGangster Shot ILED AGAINST! At Night Club Is Near Death [RS. VEST KILLED BY m PASSING CAR ON * N. C'UYLER lUCGUMBr MATE SAYS THEY HAD aT QUARRELED DURING EVENING Roy Vr-.nl ami T. A. Melntyte, both ol Tucumcurl. arc being held In tin- CJray county jail under a charge of murder In connection witn ■|the death of Mrs. Vest, 22 years old, /Shere Sunday night. ho date, has #been set for a bond hearing. Mrs. Vest, was killed early Sun- & day night at the North Cuyler street $jt bridge when : ho jumped or was [pushed from a ear and u passing I car struck l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 April 1931

■ - V A W.' PAGE TWO VVfVfVfVfVVVIVVflPmVfVP y ' /' f tjmfoc :' W « ' ' •'■ 8 ^51 XX'?* «♦ frjsv KV t I ( 1 1 ( t 1' 1 r e I J J t i t i i r 1 r F 1 II Jl k * fi f< It n & n n n (« tr d ti ;J 1« h tl ir ir lg It tf a 01 c# It lr R h n T ti te U 01 n it PAMPA MORNING P0S1 TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 28. 1931. I'U.kUUlk Jiff, .tppllr.l r* r. •. r trm otfii • i what 71mr povour. lat/srrs• arrivc? / ^ look 'em OVER. DIANA DANE diana i?ABOUT TO <s/ve a housewarm/nc paztv m the mew home WHICH ine tovrnezY miluoh &rou6ht them. the dam? still do mritoav vheze rue money camp from. alor BO wev have much of \an ipsa wheu it's am}. \S*KE inVV FMO IT HARD ; stehp, accustomed •AS THEVARS To rue ! Simple UFE. j Qoger m. Fivthc, t*/ho oiuvr nm railroad \t&*. ■W/CH MR,. 'Cane 'WORKS', If ANOTHER, 9«S PROBLEM Of PlAMS MOV, , HE'S" ffreN PRywa wto I H*Z LIFE /<V A ! secretive wav. ROLLO ROLLINGSTONE ^: r: He'll Have 'Em Guessing by Don Flowers Vou'd Better ee <jCtt/he a line o.v a/c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 April 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PACE TIIftEP MATINEE-TEA IS GIVEN FOR LARGE GROUP YESTERDAY Many Parties And Trips Are Of Interest For Residents Of Noelette THER AT U NORA THEATER AND ARE SERVED EATER IN LYNN BOYD FOUR HOSTESSES JOIN IN GIVING LOVELY EVENT Mrs. lynn Boyd, Mrs. A. R Zahn, Mrs. Mary R. Ikard, and Ml*, A. I). McNamaru joined in entertaining a large group of friends with matinee-tea yester- day afternoon. The women gath- ered at La Nora theater at 1:45 •Mock and aw Will Rogers in "Connetticut Yankee". The pass log of boxes of candy added .1 not# of informality to this portion of the entertainment. Later in the afternoon the guests assembled In two groups at th NELLIE MEERS NAMED QUEEN OF MAY PETE BY JUNIOR HI PUPILS PARTIES GIVEN B* HOSTESSES / DOLLS ARE SHADES ON INDIVIDUAL LAMPS A? LUNCHEON El Nellie Meers has boom chosen Come"us' Rooiii THIS IS TMK Hide garhiul Hat Hood for the May lete wlilch will t,y Agnes or crocheted straw with be given on Har...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 April 1931

<r-<r *?*>'+"* *J***r * PAGE POUR PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING. APWL 28, 1931. si £ I 4 i STEERS DROP UST SAME ST HOME TO FORT WORTH CRTS VISITORS SCORE TWO RUNS IN LAST FOR WIN STANDINGS t ; — NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday's Result* Brooklyn S. New York 8. Boston 3, Philadelphia 0. Pittsburgh 5. St. Lou's 3. Chicago at Cincinnati, cold weather. , STANDINGS Won Lost Pets- Boston 9 Chicago 7 St. Louis — 6 New York 7 DALLAS. April 27. <*>-Dropptns 5^5,'^ 4 the final game of their home stay y^,Vn 2 to the Fort Worth Cats. 4-3, In * "MmiaU '* 1 battle crammed with good old time baseball that held the interest of nearly 3,000 fans until the final out. the Dallas Steers today slipped bad: tofcthlrd position in the league stand- ing as they prepared to leave on a fourteen day road trip. The vic- tory tightened the Felines' hold on the loop leadership and they too are headed for a lengthy sojourn to enemy parks. PORT WORTH AB R H O A E Moore, cf 5 0 110 1 D&lrymple, 2b ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 April 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE nvt r L gJU o clock CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING cftsh in advance. They must be paid before thev ITant Ads may be teleohoned to the office before la IAM AMfl A MAllAA. Mllll Moll v *• . w nt ads are ' inserted. Want nw moj uc bricviumw w uiv * w-vl.00 iho day ol insedtlon and a collector will call. i.5WSLiZ.wo «nu per word per Insertion, three Insertion* for five tents minimum twenty-five cents per Insertion. Out of town advertising cash with order. T£*> Nows-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under *c- propria te headings and to revise or withhold from publication auv copy determined objectionoble or misleading. * on auy Notice of any error must Be given In time for correction before second BY JESSIE DOUGLAS FOX. For Rant FOR RENT--tiniall furnished mod- ern apartment. Couple only. -146 North Houston. Phone 411J. FOR RENT--Two-room furnished duplex, bills paid. $35. Phone 7U. FOR RENT—Furnished house, with garage. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 April 1931

<r /• w<. <v ¥4H+ rAGE SIX . r'< . ft ft ■i^ ' it ■< a, ■>'- V, f: : J I m rararA'taffi T%T sa® asre JER OP Tin ASSOCIATED PI morolnga except Sunday and *— company, 333 West Poster, Pampa 3CIATED PRESS—Pull Leaaed Wlr« inday and Monday by Ibe Nu , Poster, PampaTTexaa lunn-Warren _ R. POND E. HINKLE Manager .. Edltoi ?*M Auocl or -an new _ ated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication news dispatches credited to or not .otherwise credited In thla ana also the local news published herein. All rights tor re- on or special dispatches herein also arc reserved. Altered as second-class matter October 1, 1930 at the post office at —,, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1170, fiUBSCI By Cai LOTION to the PAMPA RIPTIO* amer In •A MORh ION RATES In Pampa orntno post In Combination with PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. Month (News and Post) week. (News and Post) JlO By Mall, Pampa and Adjoining tonllei One Year. (Morning und Sunday) 4.00 tlx Months....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 April 1931

J MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAIH NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle VOL 1, No. ISO. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS,WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) THE NEW PAMPA Fastest GrowinsfCit.v In Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. price five cents FOURTEEN KILLED OIL FIRE INTANGIBLE ASSETS TAX MEASURE KILLED IN TIE VOTE ill i • I & b::| N hx I i I i P gs;, I Exciting Scene Takes Place On Floor Of House REPORTER IS CALLED TO TAKE CHARGE OF PHYSICIAN MONEY IS"NOT w CIAL /ELL DURING STAY WITH CAPTORS ST. LOUTB, April 28. D'\ Isaac D. Kellcy, wealthy physician, niter a week's captivity In rude fur- roundin<?s under the menacing guns of kidnapers, was back in his lux- urious home tonight with his wile end children. Tl e eye, cur. nose an:l throat rpeclajllst who was abducted las!., Monday night while answering a j fake sick call, was unharmed, and the motive of the kidnapers in rc- i leasing him early today to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 April 1931

FACE TWO PAMPA MORNING POST ,\>1AINA UAlNt nr* Apjjj-.M I * Pii*m Oftc* Wall Flowers By Don Flowers !M Sb AUPPY jforr (X> \(V/ HMVE V0L> POC.VP Our MX* 600P fOCruMC] MMCC, MW voon MILLION Ma, PANC . MC DAM:? PCHLAIZ &<JTACIM>£IS'? lr H-jrvAGOI'T nnsr /JOvAUW W MTABC *£*■' IXMC lUva;, AMV4 ? A> / OG r, fv£C\ M'oHl HflT 7~ plAAIA' wec/t Pi AH A So V..-V COfCOCO^i Alice, PFAIZ . X* I VOC'liC IO0KM6 'veu. Met. Taxi *nA at! 0' Vf AX4V WCll. Oi> CVv 7J> JACK lO. MINT W0 ffOAtA/A _ 7 , / HAVE ICS CRSAMf ' • - Tir^i f"v" T - -t / k "'? 14-.P & ROLLO ROLLINGSTONE I TrtiltuU'k Itv ' • I K. J'jitu um # Reminders ^ by Bruce Barr hcue rollo, tie this sthinq ON VOUB SlNCCft hO VOL.1 WONT fcORGCT TO r*AU- the tbtter 4 <& . _ AMD IWV'L. ME B'G I'ACKAGC, IM T Ml K^LL. OH, aul. Right! NOW PULL! -iOMER HOOPEE Tra'Jfiri'k Itr/littrtil I' M. I'ilnil Uflte* What Might Be Called A Predicament by Fred Locher stir hgi.cn, you know whew tc.e^^ BOC3 FlVED IT 50 "THE EMPL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 April 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE TURK* * TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB HAS OPEN HOUSE TUESDAY Business And Professional Women To Make Tour Abroad This Summer VARIED MATERIALS DEVELOP COLONIAL CHARM FUNCTION IS HELD IN HOME OF MRS. IVV DUNCAN Ah Interesting course in psy- chology, which liitH been xtudii'd by the Twentieth Century club since the opening of the club year last fall, was reviewed at the open house held Tuesday evening in the Ivy Duncan home, with Mrs. Duncan, ri listed , by Mil,. I^iul KasKhke and Mrs. A. II. Don- .. eette, as hostesses. The event was given in honor of the Junior Twentieth Century cluo, while presidents of nil other feder- ated clubs in Pampa weru invited to attend. Each Twentieth Century , member wn« permitted to have an-' other RUest aLso. Green and Scarlet I'sod The home was attractively deco- rated with clusters of sweet peas and carnations, green ad .scarlet be- , iUR the featured colors in both der- orAtlons and refreshments. Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 April 1931

. f I 1.4. 51 H *< i f | FACE POUR PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, l Sl. YANK-SENATOR GAME HALTED AFTER FOURTEEN INNINGS TIIB STOPSMTTLE REESE MAKES HOMER IN LONG GAME AT WASHINGTON STANDINGS VfUerduy'h Ill-suits St. Louis 0. Cleveland l' , Detroit s, Chicago c New York 7. Washington 7 called I 14 inning, darkness. Philadelphia at Boston, ruin. STANDINGS Won l-ost P< ' SELECTING SIDNKY By Pap Cleveland New York . Washing ton Detroit | Philadelphia ' Chicago WASHINGTON, April 28. (/Pi Darkness today halted the third, Louis game of the season between the! Boston Washington Senators and the New, York Yankees with the score tied I at seven all after 14 innings. . 8 ...7 .. .7 .. 5 .4 . -3 . .. 3 NEW YORK Combs, cl . Reese. 2b ..... -4 Sewell, 2b 2 Chapman, rf —7 Gehrig, lb 7 Lazserl, 3b ...5 Walker, If 7 Lary, ss . Dickey, c AB R H OAK 6 1 2 2 0 U 3 1 2 0 1 3 2 1 0 1 16 0 3 2 3 3 3 0 0 ..0 0 1 5 5 1 .0 0 0 11 2 II Sherod, p .511010 Oomez, p —0 0 0 0 2 0 Totals ...5...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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