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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 16 May 1931

SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 16, 1031. PAMPA MORNINC POST PACE TTTRFfl* STARTS SATURDAY! STARTS SATURDAY! J LOWEST « iPRKElw; 10mUMA iirii I,'/V PrT y iffi Automatic Day Bed and Pad 1921 Cost $39.50 •14" A'oW Automatic Day Bed in brown enamel ra>i.si, Twenty-live poiind mm tress with cretonne Hotline Summer Hats of Novelty Straws 1921 Price, $4,98 Now You cult afford Several new lints ui our Summer Sale price! Straws In brimmed and forlmlesfi styles. Men'* Shirts of FineBroadcloth Coat $2.23 in 1921 Note Willie so'''I colors. and Inn lies. Double shrunk! "Stay- rite" collars attached lluy now. Save. <41. ,> . 9xll Ward-o-leum Rugs Stainless! 1921 Price, $!0.9r, Alow Water-proof and stain-proof Extra heavy enamel surface on thick fell base. New patterns. Restful Inner- sprlngMattress Modem Comfort Now *14 In 1921 a plain 40 lb. Mat- tress cost you $2C.9S! Look nt this Innersprlng now for $14 05. DOWN PAYMBNT8 CUT i/2 Just jn time for the Summer Sale! Prices are lowest in to years—a...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 16 May 1931

ESt i I ! i f! ■ m f m; i *■ PAGE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 16, 1931. ATHLETICS TAKE OPENING GAME WITH CLEVELAND-NINE SHNHNGSlSllll <5=0 " national league Veslcrday'n Results Cincinnati 7-10, Philadelphia j-5.| Pittsburgh 3, New York 2. Chicago 4. Brooklyn 0. 1 St. Louis at Boston, rain. i DAMPA SPORTfi • Bv Harrv 12. I loan- ™ STANDINGS NO RUNS IN TILT WITH CHAMPS CLEVELAND. May 15. M — Tlw Cleveland Indians lost their sev- enth consecutive game when th- Athletics opened the series here to- day with a score of 4-0. Eddie Rommel was on the mound for the world champions. Clint Brown pitched for the Athletics. AB R H O A E 113 2 0 St. Louis . . . 14 4 New York .. . .14 7 Boston . - . .13 9 Chicago . .11 0 Pittsburgh *—12 12 Philadelphia 0 14 Brooklyn - . .. 0 IS Cincinnati .... 5 17 ,«67 .601 .680 ,3'JO .3111 1 .J7!i I By Marry E. llourv Plans are under way for the hold- ing of the Pampa NEWS-POST i gdf tournament. The can't DALLAS. May l.Y i/h— Everytlun; seem ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 16 May 1931

SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 16, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVt MINIATURE GOLF BANQUET GIVEN FOR PAMPA SENIORS FACULTY AND SCHOOL HOARD MUMHERS PRESENT "The Putter Approach Club" wus (he unique theme stressed in the, foremost social function of the yeur Pai2.i3 ,•>/ r alius ft- &ron:>V , ■ • /' ' / ' r . ' SLL,SrLC-Ci-' LSI* XjLL, '^iJl kj lotted- , , International Sunday School Lesson BY DR. J. E. NUNN f<-TL MUST BAUTIST CHURCH Corner Kingt.mill & \\'c>t Streets There will be special services .. ic C-tUM.'' L~; . y< / c-i.lt- °■CJc^i-^irv * p ■ PP' O c/'-ca pewz-t-t^- - About 114 persons, including the I * bhristTan "church. The ovt- juiUcts and seniors and a numbi:r njng j10Ul. NVjn i„, a special service ■ oI faculty members and members wltll old fashioned .viingK. the fu- oi the school board. vorites oi ths church. A large ohou Tables were adorned with tiny ; will sing with (several specials. It in pee wee gotf couree, and golf elucs reality will be a song • r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 16 May 1931

S*n(^V7VVWV'' MMH; v '**> PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 16, 1931. Morning Edition of the Pump* Dally News THE PAMPA MORNING POST waffi'SSZ. EwUahinf oomj*n> OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Leuad Wire rot Sunday and Monday by the Niinn-Warren _ R. POND E. HINKLE Manacer .Bailor 9 Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication ox all news dispatches credited to or, not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. 41) rights for re* yftTforffon of special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered as second-class matter October 1, 1030 at the post office at patnpa, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 18V#. The of SUBSCRIPTION BATES Br Carrier In Pampa IRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNING POST in Combination with ~ — "" NltWS Mnrnincr Evenlnif and Rundav Jf JO PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday oath (News und Post) sss (News and Post) By Mali. Pampa and Adjoining beaut One Year. (Morning and Sunday) Six Months,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 19 May 1931

MORNING EDITION ot The TAMPA DAILA N.SWJ3 VOL. 1, No. 144. PAMPA MORNING POST J THE NEW PAMPA V Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil ard Wheat Serving I'am pa and Northeastern Panhandle Center. (AP) Featurea and Comics -n®* PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1931 (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS SENATE INCREASES SULPHUR TAX •OIL COMPANIES SEEK CUT IN PROPERTY VALUATIONS I SET FOR JULY COMMISSIONER GIVES ESTIMATE FOR ALL PROPERTIES PICKETT WARNS BODY SAYS PRICE OF OIL IS HALF OK FORMER HIGH MARK The date for the annual vussle between the county commissioners and tax experts of the oil compan- ies over oil valuations in Gray coun- ty was set for the week beginning July 27 by the board yesterday. Commissioner Lewis O. Cox' dec- laration that the county had to hav an oil valuation of $35,000,000 this year was not questioned by the oth- er members of the court, and was reiterated by Judge S. D. Stennis. Total valuation of oil property last yw amounted to ap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 19 May 1931

Sp'T B|fl yM BP • i I' ; i t ' 'fr 4 I $ 1 I % minto C Daily Cross-word Puzzle . MMII ft Publlo notices . 1 fcpwtioii U Hn t U. Bam or 14. tystemof weights Catch iliht of §*U rMthtni ,rjS4 ulllt M. MiMlon* li Smut in ■iiai U Bird of th« cuckoo • ia Uy fcfe , Sbak* - pbrt Solution of Ysiterdiy'i Puizl* clo M A S A Ig A 6 B * 1 N 0 Sj III ■LI ■A|A|B.M PlTiTiEl IMTEMLTI isWp A 'V AlWBIAIYiE ■jiaTrMr 1 C A P A 1 L UJM 1 RlS DEH N pel □□□ nnn □nan □moa nntin □nn aan an □□□□ □ rjanaa □□nna0a □□ Eft lit with * , lsvsr ti. o«t away .w #. T«rm In the ttrtginn of oraUer 41. Voting placs 41. Patron faint of Norway 41. Pronoun 61. Wild plum 62. Father 68. Ibsen char* acter 64. Withered 65. Units uf weight 61. Novel 67. Paradise DOWN 1. Monkeys 2. (Support for a ■all I. Directly acrou 4. Borough In Pennsyl- vania 6. Religious fear 6. Classified Ijody of Informa- tion f. Atmosphsrio disturbance S. Unfamiliar . Persia 19. Clave Informa- tion 11. Organs of sight 19. MS days SI. Sun god 21. Performe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 19 May 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE %) V TEACHERS ANNOUNCE PLANS FOR SUMMER VACATIONS PROGRAMS OF FUN XND REST ARE PLANNED;/ BY OTHERS IX The summer vacation ftvm teaching for some w ill mean vim opportunity to rest and to benn their duties with a new vigor when school opens next fall; for other* it will make possible In- teresting sight-seeing lours; for still others it will be a time in which they may better prepare themselves, through college train- ing, for their ehost-u career of pedagogy, BAKER TEACHERS Plans for teachers in Baker school have been announced as follows: tviifs Eurltha Henry plans lo spend most of the summer In Pum- pa. Sometime during the summer she will go to Colorado J'or a two weeks trip. Miss Mary Bishop is staying in Pampa the first part of the sum- mer. Durinc; the latter part cf llic summer she v.ill go to her home near Chicago for a short stay, then to New York to vMt friends. Mrs. J. P. Arlington is to spend the summer with her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 19 May 1931

PA6B POOR PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1931. I A I | fll I I U,-' If i t WORLD CHAMPIONS ENTRENCHED IN TOP POSITION BY WIN ATHLETICS WIN TENTH STRAIGHT CONTEST IN AMERICAN CLEVELAND, Ohio, May 18. '/I1) The world champion Philadelphia Athletics, firmly entrenched in first place in the American league, to- day won their tenth straight game and sent the Cleveland Indians tum- bling to sixth place by slamming out d, 10 to 7 decision. It gave the Ath- letics a clean sweep of the 4-game series. George Walberg won Ills sixth in seven starts, although he had to be rescued by Lefty Grove, who pitched a whole game Saturday and finish- ed yesterday. PHILADELPHIA AB R it O A E Bishop, 3b 3 2 0 1 4 0 Haas, cf .... 4 1110 0 Cochrane, c 5 2 3 0 0 0 Simmons, it 5 2 3 3 0 0 FOXX, lb 4 2 3 8 1 0 B. Miller, rf 4 114 0 0 Qykes, 3b 4 0 112 0 Boley, ss 4 0 1 3 2 1 Walberg. p 4 0 0 0 1 0 Grove, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 37 10 13 27 10 1 CLEVELAND AB H H O A E Detore, ss o 0 1 4 2 0 Power, rf 3 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 19 May 1931

TUESDAY. MORNING, MAY 19, 1931 PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FtV£- Classified , Advertising Rates Information An accommodation account will bff carried for those who telephone their «Ls in. All Waht Ads are strictly cash and are ac- cepted over the phone with tlie positive understanding that the account 1# to be paid when our collector calls. phone your ivant ad to 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker will receive your Want-Ad, helping you wore. «. > All Ads lor "Situation Want- ed," "Lost and Found" are oasti with order and will not be Ac- cepted over teleptyne. Out-ol-Town advertising, cash with order. The Ni>ws-Post reserves the right lo classify all Want AOs under appropriate headings and to revise or withhold from pub- lication any copy deemed ob- jectionable. Notice of any error must be given in time tor correction be- fore second insertion. In case of any error or an omission in advertising of any nature The News-Post shall not be held liable for damages fur- ther than the amoun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 19 May 1931

77 j r * ft III i f .i M •?. 111 (II ? I f ! ! II i 11 & I i it .1* jrp-' ; MOISIX PAMPA MORNING POST Moping Edition of the Pampa Dally News THE PAMPA MORNING POST LITTLE BOY BLUE BLOWS HIS HORN umnm or thx associated press-puii Uugd aBfUSSS "as? The Associated Press U exclufiveiy entitled to the use for publication e all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited in this B ion* and also the local news published herein. All rights for re- publication of special dispatches herein_also are reserved. itered as second-class matter October 1, 1930 at the post office at ' Texas under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION BATES By Carrier in Pampa the PAMPA MORNING POST in AMPA DAXLY NEW8. ON to the Month (News and Post) (News and Post) MORNING "POST In Combination with Morning, Evening and Sunday. MHItilMMMMMMH JP ,nd Post) JO By Halt Pampa and Adjoining Co antics One Tear. (Morning and Sunday) 4.00 •lit'Months, (Morning and Sunday) 2.26 By Mall Ontslde of Gray and Adjoini...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 20 May 1931

I I If'-'- ¥: f; > i( -1 * MORNING EDITION of The TAMPA DAIL\ NflWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW FAMPA V, Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. VOL 1, No. 145. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, CRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS SANTA FE ENGINEER KILLED Vat&tionem prove again the popularity of The NEWS-POST. Before jleaving the city. Pampa residents ask this newspaper to "be rare" to send it to ther vaca- tion ati.lresses. Such accommoda- tion arrangements are troublesome to the circulation staff but The NEWS-POST is glad to be of help to ihoK who wish to keep up with the news at home. Reg's).'dies* of what other newspapers arc taken. Pampa citizens read the NEWS- POST first. RUMBLINGS OF SPECIAL SESSION HEARD PROPERTY f AX FOR LIBRAR Y is APPROVED ACCEPT LEVY FOR LtBRKRY BY [ASK VOTE CHICAGO'S "FIRST LADY" IS 12 Quite Logical Here's our o. k. on Judge W. P ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 20 May 1931

S.: I ; U r * , Hi • ♦-# f •*••#*• \'tOW> y M 11 > * 1** / •' • • • v '""*• *'#*1 v ' "* ### *•# ««• - .~ 'VX~'AX<vfZi r t • • # « ' • • W, PAQS. TWO PAMPA MORNING POST ::}:n?rrrxMZ*' WEDNESDAY M0RNW6, MA¥ 20, iUl. PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION HOLDS INSTALLATION Noelette Folks Make Trips!RECEPTIOK IS CflUliTESIf TO TEACHERS AT Big Class Night SIMMON SITES WILL 0 AT HER IN HOME HERE 'BLUES' SINGER PLANS TO WED Mi*. F Ealng Leach. Iortii'-i | English instructor at Simmoiu> aw- vereity, Abilene, will enueruuii lorm- ' er Bitwnoni; students Friday evcn- liii' at 8 o'clock in her home 1UM j | Christine street. Several lortner studenu who we residing in ntuii by towns also are to be invited. ... . 0rp.ri. AHi.| Mr Leech i* asking Unit all ex- SEVERAL I AK 1 IKS A Kfc. | ajmum students not.ily her. U'lt- ' OF INTEREST TO i phone WHO. or Hollyoe Bellerf. HmKlt- COM m UNITY nkws-pobt TAKING PLACE NOELGTTE. May U. — Warm the numOer Woelette residents _ few days. Several vacation trt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 20 May 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE ^kkir44^iL BY JESSIE POUGHi FOX. Hiuciae 01 ner nusoanu, Nich Thayer. The girl, conscious of reproaches of Nicholas' brothef,, J athon. and his step-sister. Dan 8YNOP8I8: Nora Lake finds, sym pathy and understanding at < the home of ber Aunt Emily after' tli* suicide of her husband, Nicholas Iho in- step-sister. Oainqih accepts their invitation to live/^ttn them. But the scalding of hef-feorts- in Frances' child delays Nora's.d?- parture for the Thayer place, aild when Damon and her father lefeve on a vacation, Nora fears ihcj Is doomed to remain in her aunt's mi-1- dle-class household. However, Jon, who alternately attracts and 'repels her, repeats the invitation. Mean- while the p?nniless Nora has «tar* • ed work in the office with Prances, concerning whose cough young Dr. More is solicitous. Suddenly Nora's father, whom she had left in Italy, appears. Chapter 22 BENEATH LOVE'S MASK Julian Lake took off his hat with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 20 May 1931

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 20 May 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE LEVINE'S SEMI-ANNUAL (Sk VU At STARTS WEDNESDAY - CLOSES MONDAY MAY 20 TO MAY 25 LADIES' RAYON UNDIES Here is an extra Special value. Con- sists of teds, vests, panties, bloomers, etc. Absolutely the fastest selling line we have ever seen. Repeat sales prove their superior quality, 3 for V The opening of this gigantic 88-cent Sale will be another scoring mark for Levine's leadership in Pampa! Here are values that defy comparison! Only Levine's can offer you such values, so come prepared to buy! Bargain time is here! TURKISH TOWELS •HP"'' It's time to buy a seasons supply of towels right now. Prices will never be cheaper than at Levine's' right now. All towels are beautifully trimmed, fancy borders, 8 for & Men's Dress Shirts Buy 'em cheaper than work shirts at thLs great sale! Choice 88c jf' Men's Dress Straw Hats Right, hero at the opening of the season, we're of fering them "at Fall Clearance Price. Choice LADIES' S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 20 May 1931

1 * 1 * * f IIHI ^vvr.v.v.vAW^ l MM V^sAVi^V ^\V« V f « f« « M*« « f v • • rw#' «'l l WWWV+H J PACE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST ; < « * < WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 20, 1931. thTMPA KEFW "POST tituntn Published morn ■SiblUhliSi com] RUnt) PHILIP B. POND OUN1B. HINKLE ated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publlcaUcm of all news dispatches credited to or. not otherwise credited in this _ it. _ u al mamm *tnuuama<l h«ma 1m All •! <*n( ■ tm PA. The Associat and also the local news published herein. 411 rights (or re- Ion of special dispatches herein also are reserved. Kntered as second-class matter October 1, 1930 at the post office at Pampa, Texas under the Act ot March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier in PattM SgBSClUPTION to the PAMPA MORNINQ " ?ber in _ ibiiiation with , hATLV NEWS. Morning, Eveninc and Sunday. One Month (News and Post) Jf Per week. (News and Post) yv-vj* M By Man, Pampa and Adjoining Counties One Year. (Morning and Sunday) iM •lx Months. (Morni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 May 1931

o 'I (L f I | 'I"« lH V' i> it I 1 m MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAIL1 NflWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle VOL. 1, No. 146. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS,THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1931. (Full Al* Leased Wire) TBB NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City In Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. ^ PRICE FIVE CENTT MRS, WILSON SHOT AT LEFORS GOVERNMENT MAY ABANDON FIFTY-THREE ARMY POSTS COMMITTEE WILL SIGN PROPERTY DEEDS ON RIGHT-OF-WAY TO BEGIN HI CONSTRUCTION ON LINK WILL START AFTER DEEDS SIGNED WILL IISEJM LABOR FT. WORTH & DENVER OFFICIALS IN CITY SUPERVISING Representatives of Palm pa atld LeFors and Fort Worth and Den- ver railroad officials plan to start out at ;the Wheeler county line to slm deeds for the Fort Worth & Denver right-of-way through Gray county today, it was announced last night by Mel B. Davis, gen- eral chairman. E. A. Vante and Ralph Of den will have cliarge of the work from the county line to LeFors, Charle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 May 1931

refers* ♦AM #• ' * M N - PAGE TWO PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1931 4 i n r ii' ' ! i M c 1 I t i e 8 e i t 8 t I e 0 8 1} t r 1 I I r i \ \ t jj t i i i MANY APPEAR ON LIST FOR LAST WEEK OF SCHOOL Honor roll and pcrfeet attendance record lor the la*t six week* at Ba- ker school have been announced as follows: First Grade Miss Martha Wulf man's room, tumor roll; Marine Holt. Bedlord Smith. Phyllis Fallowell, Lorainc Murphy, Lewis Sims, James Shelton, Kenneth Walker, and Tom Teague. FUrfect attendance: June De Witt, Phyllis FOllowell, Lorulne Murphy, DeLorts stein, James Lancaster, Ken- neth Walker, Omar Miller, Tom Tekgue, Lewis Sims, James Shelton. Bedford Smith, and Jack Tyra. Miss Clarice Puller and Mrs, John Oant's room, first grade honor roll: Alta Horn. Alma Watkins, Charles HarrelL Ethiel Lane, Delia La fay ette. Perfect attendance: Leroy Cox. Olqn Riley, Marvin Simmons. No- rene Oollum, Alta Horn, Opal Nich- ols, Mary 8kogg>:, Aima Watkins, Ellabeth Turner...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 May 1931

Vic ll>a fm | y. t?v: nil | I fh;i ■J: I %\ t'tii II id i i!| p ?! 1 PAGE THREE THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1031. PAMPA MORNING POST OFFICERS ARE NAMED RY CHRISTIAN CHURCH COUNCIL SIXTY MEMBERS PRESENT JIT MRS. W. S. MOORE IS IN CHARGE OF PROGRAM Election of officers featured a gathering of 60 members of the Missionary Council, First Christian church, yesterday afternoon ut ihe church. ' MI'S. W. S. Moore was earned president; Mrs. Roy McMillen. first vlce-pnfcident,: Mrs. B. C. F'ahy, second vice-president; Mrs. R. w. Mitchell recording secretary; Mr . Billle Taylor, corresponding secre- tary. The officers were subniltted by the nominating committee head- ed by Mis. H. D. Lewis. It has been under the direction ol Mrs. Harry Marbaugh, president and a faithful group of officers that the organisation has progressed dur- ing the last year. - ■' •. The program, led by Mrs. W. S Moore, was opened with a devotion- al "Faith", led by Mrs. c. E. Hutch- Ins. A quartet then entertained. Duri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 May 1931

'<y r &■ - t ti< " f t t*AGfc FOUR pampa morning post thursday morning, may 21, tw BASEBALL FANS WILL DISCUSS PAMPA TEAM TOMBHT 5)Sport Slants NATIONS I.KAfilt Vtitenf^y'i Results St. Lculs 4, Brooklyn 5. Chicago 7, Boston 5. Plttrburgh 7, Philadelphia 11 Cincinnati 0. New York 4. STANDINGS Won Lost Pctn. sy Alan gould • iA1 Brooklyn Cincinnati FEW BIG LEAGUERS TO j PLAY FOR PAMPA Boston .... . THIS SUMMER fans (rem Pampa and Pittsburgh this community will meet in the 9bard of City Development rooms at 7:30 o'clock tonight to discuss Ptinpa's first season of professional twseball. Jim Galloway, of Wichlto Fallas, arrived here yesterday after- noon. Mr. Galloway has the Pampn Wmchise in the Panhandle league which is composed of Pampa, Amu- rlflo, Plain view and Lubbock. franchise holders in all cities arc .. 16 . .18 15 ...13 .. 13 ...13 ...12 . . 0 7 8 11 12 15 16 17 21 Today's Schedule Chicago ut Boston. St. Louis nt Brooklyn. Cincinnati at New York. Pittsburgh at Philade...

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