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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 April 1931

r-H' • 1 WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST MOB rw| I . j I Wh en your urges you to buy an unknown substitute : # ; f : produet rate than an advertised Strand by telling you.. 'It's Just as good and cheaper" or 3 M 't ask him this Question "If that is true why doesm~t the maker advertise it to the world and sell moreti9 You will ask him tlial question because you are an intelligent woman wlio can not be fooled by a little glib talk. You know that if the manufacturer of thai substitute product had discovered a method whereby he could produce equal quality at reduced prices, he would be eager to advertise this fact convincingly and greatly increase his sales. You know that you could not buy, say your present car, at the price you paid un- less it was produced by mass production. You know that mass production is possible only by advertising the merits of the product to millions. Also that high quality and low cost can be maintained onljj through continued mass produc...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 April 1931

I ItHk * VM r*VV-/vV>^ t PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, APHIL 29, 1931. ! * Momini of N™* THE PAMPA MORNING POST J MEMBER OP TIOB ASSOCIATED MUSS-Full Leased Wire gobUapMiiumiinM except Sundty and Monday by the Nunn-Warren Publishing company, 333 West Foeter, Pampa. Texas Manager Editor S^?iE.lin ^LS ti'ie Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication of all news dlspatchcs credited to or not otherwise credited in this —— and also the local news published herein. Ml rights tot re- gion of special dlspatchos herein alto are reserved. . Cntered as second-class matter Octobcr 1, 1030 at the post office at Pampa, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier In Pampa JON to the PAMPA MORNING POST in Combination with •AMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. J 85 .30 CM Month (News and Post) Mr week. (News and Post) By Mail, Pampa and Adjoining Counties OneTear. (Morning and Sunday) 4.00 2.25 (Morning and Sunday) By Mal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 30 April 1931

+ h i MORNING EDITION of The TAMPA l)AU.\ NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST THE NEW PAMPAlEL— Fastest Growing City in T j Panhandle Oil and Whe^ \ I Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle Center. VOL. 1, No. 151. % (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS,THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1931.. --ingr (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE tonight ft # BLAZING OIL WELL IS UNTAMEV HUMBLE, MAGNOLIA TO INCREASE COUNTY OIL TAKINGS HOUSE PASSES DELINQUENt TAX'MEASURE WiTHlARGE VOTE ! Siamese Ruler, Queen Received • At White House ^IG/</DUPC!TY Opening Mm* mail: Hm's a release from tilt* Inde- prudent Petroleum association bearing upon the petition to the railroad commission for cheaper |il|H*Unc rates. 'I'll**- following | r«*- amble. defining the scope of the association, should lie of local In- terest: "Conies the Independent Petrole- um Association of Texas, u non- profit corporation, aiul says: 1. Thai it was created under and by virtui; ol the lav.s of TVxas lor the pur • jxjse of lurther...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 30 April 1931

> • • * wvv\ 1 ,, L AGE 813 PAMPA MORNING POST On TKe Job Once, Anyway Tltdmiik ll| 4Mh«4 Ph V. *. Print OM/< DANE by Don Flow«rt /'vEMUtM.f WfP Btrrga finish man StHOOL fib) ji'Hioe, Mac Mvr A7£" VOf Qcao TUA1 MA l'l-l, J-J-JC'ST u>A vt\<f w-^w<lvrrp /4; cfapv f l\ AifCCl ICCK'IPM'T Scrroe r wot\ Bur / p 4V //>F,4£ HOS&ANO •>Tnenwsel PlAMA T r-'> (H / <T,4C«" «?C W '<V ^ pta WAV. Diana, AmO vou icwo*/ vtv COLU> DO WOfiJ* 7X4/V MAKW a'«". c-tv / 5*fr st\ * MOMC#r, tisv DAM i ? "X. ff/V TKVMSU ALL amva to ask vcv w /UfACD TUOSS OFHSK 6oVf pbcpcshv' n*s evvw/s, Aa/P / VAVTA Pur IA/ MV pip. THCrHF A/rr A lot OF FOStimjt ill mabbv voo/At st*re OF V CVC AlflVfl V // VCV HAve A AJOVBL vsav of- PvrrtA/rf it; MB. DoolCV. IP v *rnwif <SWMH SliUTH, PiliHAP? VOt/ LAAJ DSTBCT THAT / HAvr*'T r#e Si km resr Mreeesr //v vco'Ze SAYtN a, vmrmpfvd VtY' r/AV4 kT .All want ads 1U bo Inserted o flock oil the cln Ram: Two cenC l>- AHOCU ICCK'cP I HOPF Vcm't. <...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 30 April 1931

THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1031.. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE TIIREP HOSTESSES ARE CHOSEN FOR A.A.U.W. DANCE OF FRIDAY Social Calendar THURSDAY Ladies auxiliary of the Cm pen- tors union will meet ut li o'cIock with Mrs. T. V. Carter. * * The Dutch Bridife club will l>.> m- liriaiiu'ii with u I uVluck luncheon by Mr;. Prank c;. Allison ut t«u- Canury Bamlwli'li shop. Rebekuli lodge lar meeting. will hold a regit- EIGHTY HAVE BEEN INVITED FUNCTION TO BE HELD FOR BENEFIT OF LOCAL I'TNI) Hostesses lor the A. A. I1. W. uiul College club dunce to be he'/ Friday evening from 9 to 12 o'clock ut the Schneider hotel have been eliosen and 2K0 invitations have been mailed. The hostesses are Mesdames VV. A. Kratton, It. \V. JVIltehell, Curtis Douglass, A. II. (ioldston, Miss Martha Wull'nun, and Miss VeliOra Keed. Proceeds of the dance are to b:> used for the benefit of the $200 loan, which will be made during tho lui- ler part of May. There have al- ready been three applications for j m;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 30 April 1931

rr • l • • « i • t • rrlft <Hr¥ % I % « , I t, 1 ? ■ f I % l / ■/ V ft tv PACE POUR. PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1P31. WUHINSTOK HUMMERS YANK PITCHERS FOR HIRE HITS i Tiie 3MDINGS =®=0 By Pap NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday* Results YANKEES KAIL AFT EARLY LEAD IS OVERCOME WASH! ashlngU :NQTON, April 20. («'> Wi |M¥ ..w l> «V V1MHM H|# • • W victory of a four-game series to- ddy, Three of the four were won bv the home team and the other was- a 14-lnnlng draw. Lloyd Brown, Senator southpaw, was hit freely early In the game but held the Yanks well in check after the fifth while the home forces launched a counter-attack. Chicago 3. Cincinnati 1. Pittsburgh 1. St. Louis 7. 1 Other Ramon postponed. rain. STANDINGS Won Lost Pel a | Chicago . 8 3 .727 1 St. Louis . .fl 3 .727 1 Boston ...0 4 ,ri02 New York . .8 4 .007 Philadelphia .5 0 ,4V> Pittsburgh — ....5 7 .417 Brooklyn . .. ...2 10 .107 Cincinnati .. .. .1 7 .125 Today's Schedule Borton at New York. Philadelph...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 30 April 1931

THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1931.. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE PIVt Sale Starts Thursday April 30th 9 A. M. Sale Starts Thursday April 30th 9 A. M. Necessity Knows No Law!! 45c Size Kotex 15c One Lot Chinaware each 4C Oil Cloth Squares 48x48 19c One Lot of Tinware Your choice, 2 for 5c Cup and Saucer 9c One Lot of Tinware Your Choice, each 5c One Lot of Glassware Choice 5c 89c Pocket Knives 39c 50 Sheets Theme Paper 3c 10c Carter's Ink 5c 100 Table Napkins 5c 100 Sheets Roll Waxed Paper 5c Hytone Envelopes, per package lc |16 Crayola 10c On account of fire, water and smoke damages, we are go- ing to close out our entire stock in as short of time as possible regardless of cost or value. Prices are cut to the very bone, nothing can remain. Everything must go. Nev- er have you been able to attend a sale of this kind. Most of this merchandise is as good as the day it left the factory. Women's Kayon Underwear ........ 25c One Lot of Brassieres, Your Choice 20c One I.ot of Mrassieres, Your Ch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 30 April 1931

wV' rVWV *Vi ' r i ". «• V v 1 rnvm-W;,,.......-.-,'.'. > • i* ' « l I ? f ' nr y i iv \ PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1031. ™rWA"iWBrosT IHEROOFCSLO MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRE88—Full Published momlngs except sunday and Monday by l f"ubUihlng company, 333 Wert Foster, Pampa, Texas >hisd Wire le Nunn-Wamn E. ^HINKLE Manager .. Editor Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication _ . jpfttche* credited to or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. Ml rights fur re- publication or special dlspateheti herein jtlso are reserved. Entered as second-claas matter October 1, 1030 at the post olfU's at Pampa, Texas under the Act of March 3, 1879. EXPERTS- SUBSC RIPTION RATES By Carrier in Pampa .wIPTION to the PAMl'A MOKN1NQ HOST in Combination with AMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. One Month <News and Post) Par week. (News and Post) By Mall, Pampa and Adjoining Counties One Year. (Morning and Su...

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

MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAIH NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle VOL. 1, No. 152. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA. GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 1, 1931 (Full AP Leased Wire) THE NEW PAMPA ^ Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. t PRICE FIVE CENTS BIDS ORDERED ON COUNTY ROAD DEATHS FROM EARTHQUAKE IN RUSSIA MAY MOUNT TO*500 HOUSE* PARTIALLY REVERSES* MOVE FOR* ECONOMY* IN STATE £ I ■*r~ ') ■1 0 * \ « • lSpiG/Qr©UPCITY VEATCH REFUSES VOTE ON RILLS HEREAFTER ILLINI PREXY j haps. I . « • Another distinction claimed to- day is that there is no egg story. However, W have the egg but the owner vailed in our absence and did not leave his name. He prom- ised to return and claim credit for his hen. 0 t * Lubbock loot* Kill AUSTIN. April 30. </P)—The hou> ~ ! Mcrccrl Ortega of Lubbock had today partially reversed itself in its "n RV,'ful |lnlP- Appendlctls cut him We Claim Credit This column i.s one of the few which doe...

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

. «.V> '•'Ml •'►(rvj-/ -v; v i'irV * ' v • •.'" - -• % * <*%«. « • \ ■* *• \ «■-• v-- W«. V ' **>✓"4** •# Vv #■ •«#* w«*%* < *v 4 * v ,c ««% % v 4 v % 4- v>fV« £*!L PAMPA MORNING POST I I RI i ! | .I ; V* t h. i' •; T * ■ I i Daily Cross-word Puzzle DIANA DANE Tt«<W*M <rfc t : a t • r I !*-•• i t • Not Exactly Fool Proof FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1931. by Don Flowers ACNOM 1 Potaonflim anaUfa I. Afternoon (unci Ion I. TableUnU IS. ttallMii cuina 13 Hulr ahoep D'lrri dwalN'i Toper Llka Kuinnred Gite forth I. Young boy z(. Tupart t I.og float* . )i. Uoddtia of tb* harvtti M. Famlllur nam* for tt plO'iiilan II. Fuh <kk I? lla>ti'Htiii| menitiera It Batellltea , of tha un .. It. illVjfr: HpunHh II Ihakeapaare'* atream II. Moveil in • t circle #u It. Araln: prefix <1. It (ilTkworiii It Lonf Inlet of €2 tha aea (3 Solution of Ytitarday't Puzile [ wau L!M L1L9HHU □□i ir.i □□□ I M C IE BAKieTi wWainI i AiTMIEIH □□□□□□□ (jooa uun nrjanc-ju ntau rircaiin □□□ rjaan m...

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

FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 1, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THBfc DR. WORRELL AND MISS ELROD WILL MARRY TONIGHT NIECE TO WED COIIJ'I-I-: IS TO LEA VK AKTKU CEREMONY FOR TRIP l)r. T. Worrell, city health i I fleer, anil MUs (>Ussie I.I rod will Ik* married at 7 o'eliiek tins eve- ning' in their lulu re home, 017 K. Ili-owning avenue. The tec v. t'. U. Lancaster, pastor of the I'irst ilajitist ehurrh, will ufficiate. Friends of the couple have ur ranged u recc it inn to I).' held im- mediately following the reading ol the marriage vows. A lovely wed- ding take will be cut and other re- freshments ferved. Later in the evening the couple will leave for a visit of several days 10 points of interest in West Texas and New Mexico. Dr. Worrell will have been ;; resi- dent of Pampa fcr three years ihM June and has bean connected with the city during the entire time. Hr was born in Missouri, but moved to Crosby ton, Texas, ni the utve of Miss Elrod. .since moving to Pam- pa a year ago from Valley ...

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

I S! r r i I ■ I tWX ttwwvXf <rVi «•«« •/♦*'• ^vvv^rnv^if♦ f111 % • •>■•*' ) I i { if i } I £ 1 : J ii'&f 1' ip'\: I 'r if r s? I PAGE FOUR. PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAV MORNING, MAY I, 1931. ATHLETICS DROP SERIES OPENER TO YANKEE TEAM 7 TO 2' FUST NUGGETS T SMNDINGft NATIONAL LEAGl'E Yesterday's Results Philadelphia 1. Brooklyn G. Cincinnati 3, Pittsburgh 8. Boeton 1. New York 2. Chicago at St. Lculs. ram STANDINGS RECORD WREC KER KENNETH CHURCHILL —By Pap i > os~ ,CAL(PO«M'A YANKEE HURLER HANDS SEVEN STRIKEOUTS TO ATHLETICS PHILADELPHIA. April 30. (*• — Returning to action alter four days of idleness, the Athletics ran Into Henry Johnson's last bait at Its best today and dropped the series opener to the Yankew. 7-2. Johnson allowed only six hits and struck out seven. In the eight In- ning he retired Fox*. Miller and Dykes In order without permitting a run after the Athletics had filled the bases. NEW YORK AB R H O A i~ Combs, cf 5 2 13 0 1 Reese. 2b * 2 2 0 Chapman, if *...

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

FRIDAY MORNING. MAY I, 1931 PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVfe i J1, ■l" :* lii; |\;: 1::1 t) i •) I) D TAX SYSTEM IS T New "Solar Furnace" Exhibited Renew Your Health By Purification Any v>lwician will toll yon that "Perfect Purification of tlic Sys. lem is Nature's Foundation of Per feet Health." Why not lid yourself of chronic ailments that nrc undermining your vitality? Purify your entire system bv tak- ing a thorough course of Calotn'os, —once or tv.ice a week for several weeks—and see how Nature re- wards you with health. Cnlotabs purify tho blood by ac- tivating the liver, kidneys, stomach and bowels. In 10 cts. and 85 cts. Facknccs. AU dealer#. (Adv.) MANY PROPOSALS K()ll TAX LEV IKS ARE ADVOCATE!) AUSTIN. April 30. i/Ti—Texas' tax tyKtein has t3en ore ol' the larui'r lights in the legislative limelight tills session. Proposals to reconstruct the stale lax system have ranged from n ph:i to make a minute study of the workings of the system to moves lo abolish th? state ad valor...

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

^ 'V v '* i % ■ i < #' * v " 11 PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST friday morning, may 1, 1931. J Morning Edition of the Pampa DaJly News THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Full Leased Wire Published nw"i"g« except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren ."ubllBhing company, 323 We t Foeter, Pampa, Texas PHILIP R. POND OLIN E. HINKLE Manager .. Editoi The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited in this per and also the local news published herein. All rights (or re- bllcation 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 ol March^3, 1870. THE RETREAT FROM AND ADVANCE ON MOSCOW! kiwu'uiftion rates . Hy Carrier in 1'ampu SUBSCRIPTION to the FAMFA MORNING POST In Combination with THE PAMPA DAILY NhWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. One Month (News and Post) Per week, (News unci Host) Uu By Mail,...

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

FRIDAY MORNING, MAY I, 1931 PAMPA MORNING POST TACE SEVfiN -this-pufeitvallover'tlie'cigarettfe i: v£.d i 1 ... _ e*V_3L ! , ?jG i VKT *2 f? *"••••' • v • fetaist'•'2* •, m&m % ? ?i *vifcK The expert smoker, wlio Is able to tell the identity of a cigarette while blindfolded, has at his command the two senses one would deem most essential in checking tobaccos. The housewife, who deliberately blindfolds herself by listening seriously to a salesman's claims of "just as good," has to be able to tell the flavor of a coffee by the feel of the can in which it is contained; the quality of a face cream by the texture of its label; and the purity of a pharma- ceutical by the corrugations in the container top, • • • In the case of the cigarette test, where both taste and smell are at the tester's assistance, the percentage of error runs rather high. In case of error no one suffers anything other than a slight chagrin. In the case of the housewife, she not only has to pay for the materials ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 1 May 1931

PS % vvCv www \ % % ^ "%0% • v Vyyyi ^..n^rtVW'WH •" - r-YVr.jtn*r'rj-vyySf * '. > V\>** V.\*\ V\\\ * \V^#l. . .■///?}??* ' *** * ■ . # I • * \ ' • * * * * ' I ' ' -"^l _ I I'-:-. PAGE EIGHT Roosevelt Attacks Republican Party NEW YORK. April 30. idV-Oov- ernor Franklin D. Roosevrlt. six<ak- ing before the Young Men's Demo- PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1931. Patrol Boat Will nip ti«« uhii ii.mti it. Uo, „ 'A')—'The patrol boat Oclin with an T rj2ujrp th*Mun... Many alrp,ane. fuel, food nnd equipment ol us would turn to straws more1 ...Jiri J ..j i... . uik ociore me mini nulc^v /.£ 1 aboard plowed forvrard through let- ratlc club tonight, abandoned tl:c *},. jfjX —JLJJ'I strewn water tonight on n irtlsslon text of an address which contain -d Pn,,h„5 1 to rescue Augustine Coiirtauld, reference to a "conservative «n1 preacticnaiy party now in prwer at Washington" and dlscomcd state business and imUtics. He referred to what he termed the Republican "attempt to thro...

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

I. MORNING EDITION of Th« PAMPA DAIL\ NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle ft VOL. 1, No. 153. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1931 (Full AP Leased Wire) THE new pampa Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. > r price five cents FEW KILLED MAY DAY RIOTS KINLEY FALLS AT BURNING WELL; RESCUED BY RANGER APPROPRIATION BILL PASSED TO PAY COUNTIES FOR ROADS 4\ v -v 1 K f I J J FIVE MILLION YEARLY WILL BE PAID TO COUNTIES STERLING SIGNS BILLS i6he/Q"t3UPCnY rSyO.ttC' T. W. complains of ac.hing arms. These Dales are hard on bargain hunting ladies, whose number is legion. They seem not to be worried by aching pocket books. | * * • Ms of Bargains | Pampa abounds in bargains. Peo-. pic of thLs territory find it much I to their advantage to trade here, j Gocd reads will make this passible DRIES FIGHT TO STOP FIRE Clerk Commits Suicide After Forgery Found INJURED MAN RETURNSi TO HELP BROTHER IN DIR...

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

w ... M'i I;, fi i f I fi PAGE TWO PAMPA MORNING POST Daily Cross-wo*d Puzzle . ACROSS < l South Am«rl- can I. CoiKpliacU* U. Af « It. A JUllRK Of firail 11. It I ml of liuckrt It. Firm iiutn* of • city In , . MfXli'i IT. Competition U, WouiI'mi pin itSL'ii In it It. Ransu nf know leilf t St. Untruth i'ii f.itg: run t ln« lug ful ID 24 Pot-in ■* 2b fiepar# fop pu illicit! i un 57 S one* n( cnmUfti • 59 l .ad 12! Tr.i4litlnj| Si 1 i hnrr+n 24 T*r- HfeiH.it i *|f v 8* -.'k«:i fv r f i-fan.plo: ■ ttWir. tu M !«• mftturo <1 Vuifil of rit'lriil 4?. t'nit of IS !\ il vlung 46 I*\'ibil ' uiudo fr m f1. * Ftaiil fcl .bulge t.\ Y .nujrht Solution of Yeaterday'a Puula NAT &! A! M! P nrisiA 1*. Swta« me,un- fa Hi * IC. )n tawr t'f SS. c\>n*.«ivd i.M. Htrl.kf (iU, Half tjcoro t,«. ony who til*?, rturard* will- fully 65. Breathe in t;;. Killed Cs. Mt-'.iJ f;iMcner 7 . 11 i r<« 71. i>ir«l of th l!Ul| fatijily 2. Ovult-M U. .Mi taliiferoui I'OvliH DC//N 1. XIca*ui« of t-ap.it it...

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

SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1931 TAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THKE* *MUCH COMING AND GOING IS NOTED IN SKELLYTOWN SEVERAL VISITS WITH FRIENDS ALSO INTEREST 1 SKELLYTOWN, May 1. i Special > 1 Numerous visits have been made <lm intr I lie last week by Skellytown residents, Mcst cf these trips haw' been for business or shopping, but 1 on several occasions a visit with ret- j a lives or l'liends has been a pleas- ant retreat from everyday duties. Mrs. Roy Andrews and Mrs,) Ueamsnyder shopped in, While Deer Saturday. t Miss Bubo Polyuk Is ill. Miss Clovie Covington and Mr. Uurpess were married Monti a v in Sayre, Okla. They made the trip by automobile. Mr. and Mrs. Roy I,illy motored | in Pampa Saturday. Mis. Mable nross of JJorgor is a business visitor in Skellytown. Miss Rowena House, Miss VMnia Cook, and Miss Dorothy Klsler at- tended church in White Deer Mon- day night. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Slats shop- ped in Pampa recently. Miss Allies Croft, Miss Ruby Wil- liams, Miss* Boa Pacquette,...

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

% - FAGE POUR PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1931. EARHSHAW HOLIS DEW YORK YANKEES TO THREE HITS (8>* rum GVEH LEAGUE 4-2 STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday's Rwult# Chicago 2, St. Louis 6. Philadelphia 4. Brooklyn 8. Boston 0. New York 5. Cincinnati 4, Pittsburgh STANDINGS BACK FOR MORE By Pap ARE OUT HIT SULLIVAN ENTERS HIS FIRST GAME FOR SEASON PHILADELPHIA. May 1. MR- Br0oWyn George Earnshaw showed a fla^h of Cincjnna( his 1930 world series' form today as he held the New York Yankees to three hits while the Athletics were pounding Oeorge Pipgras for a 4-C triumph. The victory was Earn- thaw's first of the season. Earnshaw allowed only one hit. a blngle by Lazzeri In the second in- ning. until the ninth when Comlw and Reese cracked out a pair of singles. Won Lo.t Pctg St. Louis ... .9 :) .750 New York ...10 4 .714 Chicago . ... 8 4 .0fi7 Boston .. 9 G .000 Pittsburgh - ....7 7 .500 Philadelphia ... 5 a .335 Brooklyn 4 10 .286 Cincinnati 1 9 .100 ST. LOUIS TAKES F...

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