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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 3 March 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE f CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All waul ails are cash Hi advance. They must bo paid before thcv mil he inserted. Want Atf ; may be telephoned to the officc before e Wock on the day ol insetllion ami a collector will tall. Kate*: Two ti.nl. per word per insertion, throe Insertions for five truls iniidinuin twenty-live cents per Insertion. Out of town advertising ra&h with order. The News-Post reserves Ihe riaht to classify nil Want Ads under ap- propriate headings and to revise or withhold from publication any copy determined objcetlonoWu or misleading. Notice of any error must be given in time for correction before second ns-ertion. Personals | POPULAR Piano taughtT ~Uutci> | rea.*'onable. .Sid Morton. 11') youth Wynne. Apt. 2. if JUNK'S AND MAiUE'S Beauty Shoppe now giving permanent - ifp,,,.,,,,.,,!, p,„m..i,i,. .„. , v " waves eoniplce with chainpoo and I .,o rn Pol table, sale pi lee finger wave for $J.OO. 11)04 East ...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 3 March 1931

BkGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 2, 1W edition of the Pampa DaUy News THE PAMPA MORNING POST IER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRE8S—FVU Lcuaed Wire mornings except Sunday and Monday by tne company, SM west Faster, pampa. Texas Mn>U f ' Nunn-Wan-en J ft f - f ? i l i ' mm \. . R. POND K. HINKLE Manager .. Editor Htm SS555 Preu is exclusively entitled to the use fw publication ofallnews dUoatctoes credited to or not otherwise credited In this taper and ***" the local wwi published herein. All rights for re* publication ot special dispatches herein also art* reserved. Entered as second clasTmatter October 1.1 #30 at the post office at Fampi Texas, under the Act of March 3. 18TO. SUBSCRIPTION BATCH By Canter in Paupa (RIPTION to the PAMPA MORNINQ POGT In Combination wiih -ijj DAILV NEWH. Morning, Evening and fiuriday •News and Post) nr One Tear, (Morning and Sunday)... Six Month*. (MOnung and Sunday> •••• By Mall Outside of Oray and Adjoining Counties One Year (News and Post...

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

Oi MORNING EDITION of The TAMPA DAIL\ NEWS r PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW i AMPA Fastest Growing City in Toms; Panhandle Oil nrcl Wheat Center. fOL. l, No. 110. Full (AP) Leased Wire PAMPA. GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1931. (AP) Features and Comics PMC? FIVE CENT9 ENATE SUSTAINS SHOALS VETO ouse Orders Commission To Investigate Crude Oil Cost if M DEMOCRATS GATHER FOR MEETING AT CAPITOL * JIjLINOIS democrat is AGAINST PROBE BY COMMISSION HOT DEBATE"FUH UP TAKES EXCEPTION TO STATEMENT MADE BY HOCH WASHINGTON, March J. (AV- With two oil investigating resolu- tions awaiting tcnate action, ilw house ordered the tariff commission today to make a thorough cost in-! qulry and report to the next cor. j press. It adopted the Garljer reso-; lutloii directing ithe commission to investigate relative tests of oil In j the United States and in eountiles| lrom which 2,000,000 barrels or more j have been Imported in the last twoi years, Cha...

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

- rf • TTTflTf ' r #>4V #*'1 IttliHlttM >' « lHi< lit • /yyv r- &: ill | lj Irf' Igi 4 BL' ,'S r H I 5 P ] By I P - 8b$' i Wf-- j :l w'^-t II I I . I it' FAGETWO i iriri ■ PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1931. smss Daily Cross-word Puzzle * 4. ifc it n. . across Bpoated Large bundle tenta into •mail Jlng man Part of a wood* en pulley block , Beaaawed i Flavor ■ Lgf float Allow ih* use Wpport (or • fish lino Comparative ending — V bird lH8 a date loan ante- Solution of Yeaterday'g Puulo iUUkiW HUCM LlfJtlR hr#j[ IN Mann r-inrar.! anaiaau mm anna □uEiQ aanaas lanu nana □□ hem nana aaau aanaaa arnsa □□□ anSnaau ciaauDDQ nan 3HH0 anaaaa aaau auau uan □□ unQLi aiaaa uaaaaa aaaaaaS mmi nan aaanaa . . mt arin■ ruramimm yen: contr. . loor coverl-.? , Beaut of bur- <4 M. Place of cloth 4V. it. (Hat out M. H. (maU mound If, Pronoun r.2. it. Distress signal 63. , # «o. support for ,, ptaater ■ 41. Despise ■ Li •* * i - t4jy, * * ■ 3 [JLlUiMI ujiuauaMMi-a naaa aaa...

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

WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1931. 0 PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE DINNER DANCE GIVEN FOR STORE PERSONEL TUESDAY INFORMALEVENT HELD IN BUILDING OF STORE Work was forgotten by the |>er- soiuiel of Montgomery Ward's on Tuesday evening when the group gathered on the second floor of the building for a gay, Informal din- ner party. Mrs. Jewel Weigman and Mrs. E. Muse acted as hostesses for the occasion. A lovely dinner was served at 7 30 o'clock and a pleasant evening of dancing, bridge and other games followed. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chaffln, Mr. and ! Mre. J. O. Irby, Miss Delvia Hardl- son, Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Wood, Mr. and Mi's. w. G. Grayson, Mrs. j Ruth Hill, Miss Violet Hallett, Earl, Reed, Mr. and Mrs. George Stick-1 ler, Miss Mabel Turner, E. M. Con- ley. manager of the store, and Mrs. Conloy, Miss Cleo Fendrick, Mr. and1 Mrs. E. Muse, and Miss Jewel Weig- inan. A number of special guests also were present. Surprise Birthday Party Given Here Mr. and Mrs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 4 March 1931

PACE FOUR E i%VWW*\>V\V\\V\\v k «ViTT^rCvw>i tt i • *«r \WAW. jV% f f t f f 9 tw<T f I « t # # / '# r / ► / ^ tr V ^ ^ ▼ r > # «r i PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING^ MARCH 4, 1931. HORNSBY IS DRIVING CHICAGO CUBS AT FURIOUS PACE I * ,r i it I ; 1 I u |: J m hi I l',7' i* I ■ I; I; S I f I I; mi mm HARTNETT, taylor are Mainstays in mor of moundsmen (this Is another of • series of first hand Associated Pret* «tor- In of major lea foe baseball pros- pect*.) Br BRIAN BELL ..UN, Calif., March 3. </P> — Hornsby Is driving the Chi- 9 CUbs at a furious pace on this rtocked proving ground. In sharp contrast to his predeces- «or, the genial Joe McCarthy, HMIttby keeps his own counsel and deulyB until the last minute the odmtnand, "Hold, enough" to his p^npiMng athletes. If orte meets a player standing with furrowed brow wondering what ttjie Waves of the blue Pacific are lilt, a goo4 guess is that the hot > is a pitcher or outfielder. "We are 16 pitchers in the camp, I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 4 March 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1931. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE All wnnt ads am rash in advance. They must be paid before ti>™ will ho inserted Wnnt. Adn may hp telephoned to tho offlw i^L.I' : dock 011 the day c ! Insedtlon and a collector will call Hutc*; Two cenL per word-per insertion, three insertions for lh> ; nts minimum twenty-live cents per insertion. out ul town advertising cash with order. The News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under ui>- (iropriute hejicliiigs und to revise or withhold from ptib'.ical.lon uv copy determined objeetionubW* or mi.sleucllnw * mi'lon°r il"y "m)r "IU'Sl |J° L',Ve" 1,1 111110 '"r cor"!t,Hon before second choking cry Bard seized it and I struck the Italian a lerriflt blow | ! across the head. ' j That was enough for Eddy. With ! i one great dive lie was half-way j ' across the river and making for the i "Oh, ocl help us!" cried Jenky. begin in.itr; today To keep life from growing too dull in lied...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 4 March 1931

*, f *. N > • >#& ^> N.,>y> vv> v>>kvx>> v -, v>> f 'rrf\ «i W. ^ '$&L£ Morning Edition of the Pampa Sf*Uy News it TOE PAMPA MORNING POST «&« .trtx. company, 32a West Foster, Pampa, Texas PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1931. ■mi Manager .Editor ated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication « dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited in this also^he local news published horein. All twits tor to• of special dispatches herein alio arc reserved. ered an serond clftss matter October 1. 1930 at the post office at Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier In Pamm In Combination with enlng and Sunday. [ON to the PXMPA MOL_... A DAILY NEWS. Morning, (News and Post) (News and Post) sii By Mall. Pampa and Adjoining Counties 'ear, (Morning and Sunday) (Moriung and Sunday) II Outside of Gray Gray and Adjoining Counties News and Post, including Bund#)...; (New« vWews and Post, includi...

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

MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAIL1 NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST f% #ii Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PA Paitest Growing City In Texas*, Panhandle Oil ai .d Wheat • Center. • VOL. 1, No. 111. Full (AP) Leased Wire II v- If v it \i % v« i\ '""-I f!ft r f/ PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 1931. (AP) Features and Comics FEAR MOB VIOLENCE ON NEGRO Seventy First Congress Adjourns After Long Filibuster PASSED 111 *> ♦ WHEELER COUNTY FARMER IS SLAIN FARMER flBlProhibition Will Be An Issue-Smith The Rev. P. P. O'Malley advice for us ncwlyweds. PRESIDENT GIVES SIGH OF RELIEF AT END OF SESSION THOMAS His SENATE ATTEMPT TO GET VOTE ON OIL INDUSTRY IS FAILURE WASHINGTON, March I. The seventy first congress passcci into history today with the tumuit nnd contention cf its two years' ex- istence prevailing to the end. President Hoover, who took officc two year.s ago today with this com- cress, enme *baek to the capital to rign the last cf tho measures to get th...

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

ftyt Jh P4&LTW0 PAMPA MORNING POST Daily Cross-word Puzzle GLORIA T'tdtmirk HtfHUrtd U ■ HUM! OffU* But Now She's In—The Show! THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH S, 1931. by Ju^jan Ollendorff mint V*r of New Clu t VI' Itltl Solution of VooUrtfsy'a Pusslo oaa □□HH Naaaanaa □□□□ nmm aanuaaaa aaaau tirjaa nana □□□ au □□a aaaaa □□□ aam ana aaa □OH i-iannij oua HQ [IBS 3'JtlCJ □□aa naaaa uaraaanaa nana □□am aaaaaaa aSHB anno $B .1 ft #• RSJJ'I" Scot- l« M. Air: tomh. 72. form 75. „ 77. I Of weet- 71, .PWlB to. fl Horee'e dn - r tHdlllfl II. irmch pro- jTpplJ3°toolo Mum tniraoee Complete ilead covering Ullkworm AerKoiin fluid Thrf«: yrelti De«lr for food Rrtmvd KUg|:or SpleiicJor Toward the • helleicil lid* Whirlpool PrM n * MarHr* UOVV N Mountain la California 1. Itiiulan m> S. Ill will 4. l-ar*e deer 5. Train of wl « I. Concerning 7. Short for * inan'a nauiO I. Age* I. voicneia eon- •otianta 10. Perceive II. Ulvea 12. A queen of Knaland IS. Ulril'a liablla- ilon >1. Omitted to an* councl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 5 March 1931

THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 5, 1931. FAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE CLUB AND PRIVATE PARTIES ARE GIVEN IN NOELETTE |]C | SoelalCalendar HOW WOULD YOU LIKE A SEAT ON THE BALD-IIEADED ROW? Ur I Horitec Mnnn P.-T. A. will nuvl r. — ■■■■■ ————— , , , All„ | l\^/ ^ | J | y J ALSO MEN LAST FEW DAYS LIVELY ONES OF SOCIETY OF COMMUNITY NOELETTE, March 4 — Several parties, both club and private, have been held in Noclctto during the last few days, and numerous short trips to nearby |Joints also have been of interest. Mrs. Claude Clapper, who spent the winter in the home of her daughter, has returned to Los An- geles, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Stanscll and children were guests of Mir. and Mrs. W. Ohristofferson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Staldcr are the par- ents of a son born Saturday morn- ing. Mr. and Mrs. W ,B. Tinsley and 1 daughter. Betty Ernestino, spent the week-end in the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Fields of Groom. . Mrs. W. Ohristofferson delight- fully entertained the Don't Worry club recently. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 5 March 1931

|*v%vvvyv*-t % % *** 1 ,• # VNM1* jfr*wv «^M|i*iki^|rt AQt row, PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH S, 1MI. CHICAGO WHITE SOX CREW GETS LOW MTLMJT BEGINNING Ml PLACES GORDON STORE BOWLERS BRUSHING UP SPORTS LEAD COMMERCIAL LOOP •IP" TEAM DESCRIBES AMERICAN LEAGUE SLUGGERS Vkb in the unnth of a nstIm of flnt hand- AfNoHftted Ptmh on major ICaffw baaeball GAYLE TALBOT. Jr. (AntWMI Pit" Sports Writer) •AN ANTONIO. March 4. </P> — V| TilM team of the second division U as good a description as any of Oieago's 1931 American league en- Itt a broad, general way1, the gives a very fair idea of I ■ amy be expected of Donie1 '• athletes In the approaching they get their share of the bftftka; if several rookies come through in a big way; if their pitching is of the some caliber as last year, the White'Sox might fln- i& As high as fifth, ir they wind up than that, their closest With Oordoti stores in the load und Uitec teams battllii;; lor sec- ond honor?. u lively time is expec...

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

THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Vuvanre. They must be paid before t )u-v All want ads are cnsli _ will be Inserted. Want Afls'tiuiy be telephoned to the nlfice belore'V' c block on the day of in.scdtlon and n collpotor will call. Kate*: Two teiu. per wprd per insertion, three insertions tor live twit* minimum twenty-n\iefffl tB per insertion. Out of town advertising} easil with order. 1". News-Post re ems'Mis, fight to classify nil Want Ads under nil- (iropiiute headings md tajfevise or withhold from publication Hnv copy determined object lonoTfle or ni'i -'adlng. Notice of any error mu;}Ul <i.iiJven in lime for correction before second ji;,eftion. i Peraonala 1 l'Ol'UI.AR I'iano taught. reasonable. Hid Morton. South Wynne. Apt. 2. i-i For Rent inii^L^to.|tJven in I _ 'l 4 I Ul 9 ' "V- •••/ • • V-.i I'Olt RENT--Two-rooin fiirnlshed modern apartment. Clofle' ln on pavement. Phone *539.1. K>ft KENT—Front bedroom, with I'uiunf....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 5 March 1931

pgr *AGF SIX ftr S *«li, PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 1931. Morning Edition of the Pampn Daily News THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRES Japed mornings except Sunday and Mom ianlng company, 322 Writ Foster, Pampa —Full Lefcied Wire ly by the Nunn-Warren Texas PHILIP R. POND OUN E. HINKLE Manager .. Editor The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication at all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. All rights for re- publication of special dispatches herein also arc reserved. Entered as second-class matter October 1. 1030 at the post olticc at Pimpa, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCWPTIOf* RATES By Carrier in Pampa SUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNINO POST In Combination with I'ropiams in Centra THURSDAY, MARCH !i 11 tv The Asko rr .*#// fi is$) .Sininlaid Tim© r M unki 454.3—WEAF New Vorl — 660 (NBC CNain) .85 i'O 4.00 a.25 TOE PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Mo...

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

J" \ MORNING EDITION of The FAMPA DAI1A NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST VOL. 1, No. 112. Full (AP) Leased Wire Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNINGTMARCH 6,193l7 THE NEW PAMPA Fftstest Growing City in Te*ft j Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. / (AP) Features and Comics PRICE FIVE CENTS i HOOVER ASKS OIL IMPORT CURB BLIZZARD STRIKES PANHANDLE BRINGING MORE SNOW UPROAR IS CAUSED BY RASKOB ADVOCATING WET PLATFORM >« C * o 4 c A' * C t SENATOR ROBINSON IN TALK FLAYS RASKOB FOR WET ISSUE SAYS DUNK IT PLEADS FOR HARMONY T6>ie/Q^OttPcnY rJy O.BK. By this time the I'umpun should be eating biscuits—or attempting to (to so. Women of Pampa have very kindly come to the rescue of this new household and there ore many recipes. The.- first biscuit will be placed on display at this office—if the writer is still head of the house by that time. But meanwhile the good Indies of tir A nvtn * " a o.r, ithe Baptist church have helped the WARNS AGAINST FALSE I sta...

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

ft ) 11 I •*AGE TWO PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1931 -«rr CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING lot ads ire cash lu advuicc. TUry must be paid before thev Inserted Want Ads may be telephoned to the olTicc before 12 the day of lnscdtion and n collector wilt coll. Two cent per word per Insertion, three insertions for tIve mum twenty-five cents per insertion. town advertising cash with order. is-Post reserve* the riuht to classify all Want Ads under ap- hcadlngs and to revise or withhold from publication any ^mlneaobjsetlonoblc or invading. of any error must be given in time for correction before sccona Wanted 1 WANTED—Tb trade lf)2« niilrk I coupe for owners equity in lichi, six ;odaii or coucii. Dulck ) in: cood mechanical condition. u'x«! rubber and finish. 1220 E:u>t Fran- cis. Phone 9?1W. _ | WANTED—Will pay cash for uscii j cars. Jark Rodjjors, 310 West I Kiiigsmill. P71 Pmouli Piano teught. Rates Sid Msrtoo* Ua lit. Apt. 3. U Por Rent *0R RBNT—Nicely furnished Ixxl- roem. Al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 6 March 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREB w« Iff e spend $2,000,000 to put Camel cigarettes in the new Humidor Pack SL ; I • mp, I We have been 111 the tobacco business a long time down here at Winston-Salem and we take a lot of pride in the quality of the cigarettes We make. While we have spent a good many million dollars advertis- ing Camels, we've always held to the old fashioned idea that the thing that really counts is what we put into our cigarette and not what we say about it. If we know anything about tobacco, and wc think we do, Camels contain the choicest Turkish and the mellowest, ripest domestic leaves that money can buy. In fact wc have every reason to lie proud of the quality of Camels as they come from the factory, but the remark of an old friend of ours from Denver some time ago emphasized a point that has been the problem of the cigarette industry for years. As he inhaled the smoke from a Camel we gave him in our offices one morning, he sighed wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 6 March 1931

PAGE FOUR' PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1931 i ! I! i I! I : JF ft BLACKSMITH DEFEATS LONDOS IN THREE FALL MAT EVENT N Ml MACKIE, ROB HOY IN PRELIMS BATTLE OUT DRAW Blacksmith Pedigo of Louisville, Ky., took two fulls out of three from the veteran Billy Londos at the Pla- Mor last night. Strength and abil- ity to take punishment won from science, speed and boxing. The blacksmith showed the fans that he has learned plenty in his live years of wrestling since he riult shoeing horres. He tied Londos, much tho clever- er mauler, in several bad holds and only the veterans' ability to come through saved htm. It was n ti- tanic struggle that had the crowd In an uproar from the first. Napoleon Devora, the Canadian, had nothing on Blacksmith Pcdigo for build. He was a young glaril and Londos' tactics wiiich started with the rirst hold, failed to irri- tate him. The blacksmith let Lon- dos take hold after hold and broke them with apparent case, Londos pounded him like a boxer f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 6 March 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1931. TAMPA MORNINC. POST PAGE FIVE sin nun is IS BY BAPTIST ALL GATHERINGS' A HE PRIMARILY FOR STUDY RADIO Willi I'ampa's two Baptist iluuclica observing week of prryer iiiu" numerous other regular meet- ings held, scores cf church '.vomer, lwre gathered at their de3ipnnied places for intcre.'i ins study \>ro- granu> thif week-end. MliTHODIKT W. AI. S. Life and letters of Paul fi'mNh- ed the basis for programs ylven l.y liivies of '.he First. Methodist. Woni • nV Missionary society, which lv.ld .•cpurate gatherings on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. H. P. Barnhurt was in charge of the lesson for Circle 1, which met with Mrs. Joe Hodge. The meeting was opened with a song, "My Faith Looks Up to Thee," followed with a prayer by Mrs. Tannic Hardin. Mesdames Albert Wood, J. M. Turner. W. H. Prctsncll, unci Joe Hodge assisted with the program. Entertainment was furnished by Joseph Hodge, who played a piano solo, and Prances and June Hodge, who gave readings. Thos...

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

•s-? pagf six PAMPA MORNINC. POST FRIDAY MORNINC, MARCH ^ 1931 1 j u \ • i .. «si It If I If. IM t: 1 P 11! H Morning Edition of the Pampa Dally N*wb THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Letsed Wire Published morning* except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren Publishing company, 323 West Foster, Pampa, Texas Ptm.tP OUN E R. POND E. HINKLE Manager .. Editor lite Associated Press la exclusively entitled to the use for publication of all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited in tliis paper and also the local news published herein. All rights for re- publication of special dispatches herein also are reserved. " Entered^assecond-clatss matter October 1. lt 30 ut the post otflce at Pampa, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1B79. SUBSCRIPTION RATIOS By Carrier in Pampa SUBSCRIPTION to the I'AMPA MoKNINCi POST in Cuuiblnatinn Willi THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning. Evening and Sunday. One Month iNews and Post) .HJj Per week, (News and Post) — 20 By Mail, P...

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