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

THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE • # • I Is 2 a d d a c 's 8 ir e w & fit • it • • • t Classified Advertising Rates Information -in11. arc°roniodttUon account carried lor those who ie£P£°"e the r ads in. All Want ^a,ye 8trtctly cash are ac- th0 Ph°ne With the 2S5J,V,^ understanding that the *2 u° be pal® when our collector calls, PIIONEYOl'R WANT' AO TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker will rgolvyou, WM-Ad. helping All, Ads lor "Situation Want- ed. Lost and Pound" are cash with order and will not be ac- cepted over telephone. Out-of-Town advertising, cash with order. .The News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ads 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 for correction be- fore second insertion. Jn case ol any error or an omission in advertising of any 5?turl.'I??eu,NeW8"Post sha'l not be held liable for damages fur- tnsr than the amou...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 4 June 1931

<S9 PACE SIX © PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1931. © i r\ h 4 *W£ THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY AND MONDAY A Levine's Dollar Day Bargain! MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Fast color broadcloths, an unusual value lor thrifty men, choice A Levine's Dollar Day Bargain! MEN'S WORK SOCKS These cotton socks are the kind that wear. Save now! 12 pairs for A Levine's Dollar Day Bargain! RADIO BENCHES Every home should have one of these sturdy little benches. Special at A Levine's Dollar Day Bargain! ASSORTED GLASS NOVELTIES Including 16-piece glass sets, fancy vases, powder stands, etc. Choice A Levine's Dollar Day Bargain! DRESS CAPS New patterns in adjustable head sizes. Unbreakable visors. Your choice - A Levine's Dollar Day Bargain! BOYS' MONARCH UNIONS Full cut, 88 square Nainsook. Just like dad's. Sale Price, 2 SUITS FOR A Levine's Dollar Day Bargain! BOYS'WASH SUITS W< II made of Pongee and broadcloths. Mothers, they wash good. Each A Levine's Dollar Day Bargain! BOYS' BLUE SHIRTS T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 4 June 1931

THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE SEVEN EMBROIDERED TOWELS ARE GIVEN EACH ONE PRESENT ; Seven new members were among the 23 persons present at the chicken luncheon and surprise shower given by Mrs. Enoch Burtz yesterday as a courtesy to Division 1 of the Mis- sionary Council. First Christian church, Hie meeting was opened with a .song, "I Need Thee Every Hour", and the Lord's prayer. A short business session followed, with Mrs B. C. Fahy, leader, in charge. Mrs. Harry Marbaugh, council president, addressed the group. The program hour was opened with a devotional and prayer led by Mrs. D. C. Houk. Mrs. O. H. Ingram led in a study of India, and topics were discussed by Mesdamcs H. H. Heiskoll, Enoch Burtz, F. W. MflEwcn, J. W. Huhchins, O. D. Patton, CJyda Oswalt, Roy West, B. C. Fahy, and Rui'us Sewell. The hostess then surprised the group with a "fishing party", in which an embroidered dish towel, daintly wrapped, was presented each member. Clarence Arnold la G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 4 June 1931

f k J • I I I I J p> PACE EICHT AAorutn« MUM' <M Um I'muiiw iJaJi; M< h« THE PAMPA MORNING POST PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1931. MAR'S GOLD IN THEM THAR HILLS! Of THM ASSOCIATED fiHMMUl UMM Wirt the Mu morning* «u*pt funaay andMooter fey ixMnimn), m Wert J-outer, PBmpeTTWee ■BUM* M aMaQrf-claaa matter October I, UM) at tfae part 4K, Ttttt under the Act erf March 8. ItW, at CONSPIRACY ALLEGED BY MKMBEKS OF ST A TE SENATE yf.J^ . / ~-^S subscmition um Ciiviv 1b P|M§ ION to die PAMPA MORNING TOW Id OomMntVm «1U> PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morawy, EvetUng and sumtef <Mewt and Po*t> TT7T. jf ! waek. 'Mm aod P*M> M B, liuHj CMBIIII One Y*ai\ < Morning and Sunday> CM III Mouth*, <Mornlng and Sunday; 2J i ir Mat OvUMt of (irw aad AdJirfMf CmMn r 'News «nd Poat. meiudui# Sunday ?<oo <N*wb wid P<«t> including Sunday 1.76 (Neva and P«*. ux-iudiuf Sundays XX TBLCraOMU Finn* New* and Post MamnUag. Off lot Suppliw Ml and GOT NOTICE—It is not Um t...

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

morning edition of The PAMPA DAIL1 NlSWS PAMPA MORNING POST VOL 1, No. 157. (ap) Features and Comics Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1931. J THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texap; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. (Full AP Leaded Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS DO-X LANDS ON BRAZIL COAST INDEPENDENT OPERATORS ASSAIL HOWSLEY MEASURE M;CASLAND CONVICTED OF ARSON IN SHERMAN WOT CASE YOUTH GETS 2 " YEARS IN PEN JURY DELIBERATES AN HOUR BEFORE GIVING VERDICT TO COURT DEFENSE WILL APPEAL NEGRO WAS HANGED TO TREE IN SHERMAN DURING RIOTS AUSTIN, June 4. </P)—J. B. Mc- Caslnnd, 19, defendant In the first of the Sherman rlto trials, was con- victed of arson In district court here today and assessed the minimum sentence, two years in the peni- tentiary. Joe P. Cox, district attorney at Sherman, who aided in the prosecu- tion said this was the first convic- tion in Texas in a case growing out of mob violence against a negro attacker of a...

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

i; i « > %• $ if Pi ii ft f: ,jl if if 1 it I'i, i a I «Mkf*6 a. PAMPA MORNING POST -«o- iMMWii I"" • --11 ' I Daily Croas-word Puzzle ' ACROM i OuteMi fUea &* " f. Bond""" •> Solution of Ye t«relay's Puul* com- of war □an u no Li □t3L3 Accustomed ejirmiy de (reel: rar. BS. Nominal ~ :«r* Cl Blr*ck \i\n\ it. N«'thinc more that) C7. Worship *8. t'er#liiony € . Finely du'lded rod: 70 Stret/h«4 tlXM 71. Vi-Mcjfc on rtmnera DOWN 1. Ceuntf 5. JtnUu') coin H. WingJlk* 4 Mak s turdy f . Not larre t I'ansloiiaie devotion 7. coveting fr. Flower holder i . Hun away with a lover 10. Inclining 11. Kipectant anticipation IS. Em played 13. Card* hearing tliw k rente* l number of SpOt R Cover 9 Anger B dfer-llk* animal Pise* of con- t* t Medical (lull Nortlual valu* uf Block Craft Hawaiian wreath Plunged Into water Escape by subterfuge UuKtraln Mn«*lchUMttt r it pe I),strut ilfnal Danger No! ro old Took up again Mniull wt)*cl* Kshtblt o un- tailouily E*l«t Sol* Unit of wrlglit Hindu quee...

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

FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE PLANS ANNOUNCED FOR WEDDING SATURDAY MORNING lllfin I nnrnr niTr— n Tn <?#**#*# ****** ****** ****** ****** ****** MISS LOREIE HAYTER IS TO Bridge Tournament Is Planned For Tuesday Evening 'BLIMEY—AIN'T THEY GRAND!" TWO HOSTESSES GIVE SHOWER FOR GROUP WEDNESDAY Among Pampa's first Juno brides will be Miss Uorrnc IJayter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hayter of Miami. Miss Hayter ■nd W. O. Christian also of this city, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. 8. Christian, of Morris, Okla., will lie married at the Methodist church of Miami Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. The bride will be given in mar- riage by her father. Miss Wilma Single18 ry of Pampa will be brides- maid, and Glen Pool, alco of this city, will be best man. Jo Ann Cop- pock, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Coppotk of Iowa Park, will, be ring-bearer. She is a niece of the bride. Mrs. Charles W. Coppoek of Iowa Park, will sing "X Love You Truly" and Mrs. Nina McSki...

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

t' ft* FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE S, 1931. \ I % 'r "5 1 11 . %• & §" l y it 1. v. I? y §1 MUTES WIN THIRTEEN IMMG BATTLE BOSTON NINE fs i cltnemiitn will meet farmer vance tonight Promoter Frank Hunt of (he New Majestic Is frantically burning the wires for a good middleweight or light heavyweight to meet Sailor Otis Cllngman in his farewell bout at the Majestic Tuesday night. The sailor will leave the following^ day on a trip to Oregon where he has two big matches scheduled. The promoter wants to yet a tough nut for Cllngman to crack before he leaves for the coast. Last PITTSBURGH. Po. June 4. (/P)—! n'Rht he had not succeeded in get- Nltoouffwn, rv.. r nnnntionf fnr Ihn Irvnl hnu PAUL COMES HOME ON SACRIFICE HIT BY TRAYNOR OPENS BUTTLE H*id's wildness in the thirteenth gave Pittsburgh a break today, en- abling them to beat Boston 2 to 1, after squeezing through a tying marker in the ninth. Paul Waner, first up in the thir- teenth, was hit by a pitched ball, t...

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

FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST page fivft Classified Advertising Rates Information An accommodation account will .be carried for (hose who ftd8Jn- All Wanf Acta e strictly cash and are. ac- cepted over the phone with the positive understanding that the account is to be paid when our collector calls. PHONE _ OUR WANT All TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker will receive your Want-Ad, helping you wore; n. All Ads for "Situation Want- ed. Lost and Found'* are cash with order and will not be ac- cepted over telephone. Out-ol-Town advertising, cash with order. The News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under appropriate headings and to revise or withhold frmu pub- lication any copy deemed ub- Jeetlonuble. Notice of any error must be given in time for correction be- fore second insertion. Jn case of any error or an om<ssion in advertising of any nature The News-Post shall not be. held liable for damages fur- ther than the amount received for such advert...

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

r \ *' e P * ■K- i«" M4RA IIMWWG WOT mow wmw. WW , *Wi. ' 'p II ? Morning BUtlon of the PaJpa D*lly New* ■ THE PAMPA MORNING POST iND npnr and aUo the lw exclusively entitled t^tlw^ue^OT^ublloa ... credited to or not othOTWlae-crwUl.- .. paper and also'the local news published hereto. All rights lor re- publication ot special dispatches herein also are reserved. entered as second-clsss matter October 1.1 WO at ths post office at piampa. Texas under the Act of March 3. ttV9. SUBSCRIPTION KATES By Carrier in Pampa . e PAMPA MORNING POST In Combination with NEWS. Morning, Evening and Bunday. (News and Post) .W (News and Post) M By Mall. Pampa and Adjoining Grantles One Tear. (Morning and Sunday) 4.00 Six Months, (Morning and Sunday) iM the pami One Month Per week. IT. («s tttbs. < •r%< One Tear of Oray and Adjoining Coon tie* rows and Post, Including Sunday).. 7.00 ■ix Months (News and Post, Including Sunday 3.78 three Months (News and Post, Including Sunday) US TELEPHONES Pampa ...

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

<* MORNING EDITION of Th« FAMPA DAIL\ ftftfWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMf^A Q ' Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Whait Ceftter. " VOL. 1, No. 188. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENT* LAMESA BOY IS SHOT TO DEATH <•> 1 CAPONE INDICTED ON TAX CHARGE dd-x resting IT NITAL FOR SKIP REPAIRS "GIRL MARKET' TESTIMONY IS OPENED TRIIL FOR LYDIA N1TTO SOBS OUT STORY OF PARTY AT SAN DIEGO, C^L. FITS INlURT ROOM CHARGE MILLS, SHREVE OPERATED MART FOR YOUNG GIRLS SAN DIEGO. Calif., June 5. (/P> —With Lydia Nlttjo, 17-year-o^ complaining witness on the stand, the prosecution placed before the Jury today a detailed account of a hotel party here in October which resulted 'in the (trial of Alexander Panlaffcs, theater mag- nate, and others on conspiracy1 and morals chargcs. The girl sobbed out her story and then fell In a faint as she attempt- ...

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

• m t i watim PAMPA MORNING POST Rex Theatre... News - Post saturdav specials DJlley's Big Dapdy Cookies, regular 20c tloxen, Sirardiy only, per dozen 156 at your frw-M-v or at lb* bakery Ditltjr'n Big Dandy Kid Saya: "The kiddies all like the products that have my picture on the wrapper; they're so delicious." THE MUEY BAKERY Is sponsoring the Mickey and Minnie Mouse Club and invite oil the little Mlckies and Minnies from 7 to 14 years to be our UE '" ' " - ts at the n«x . Theater Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. j- ;,i j - ■ ■ Crisp Carmel Corn Creme-Top Drink P AM PA'S EftFECT RODTJCTS Made Fresh Every Day Under Most Sanitary Conditions. Onr Merchandise is Certified by the Majority of Pampa's People. We sincerely invite you to visit us at an early date. CREME-TOP DRINK STAND 112 West Kingsmill Avenue Second Door West of Postoffice Men's Suits Cleaned, CA^ Pressed... DUC Ladies' Dresses Cleaned Pressed IJJ up Little Mickeys and Minnies, Their Mammas and Papas and Big- brothers and ...

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

SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRU. CHOAJOLS. (ReJJL : Harriet Noel's dra- matic talent Orchard Hill villagers sc*nt wickedness. Surely, they argue, u diverged from that of ner childhood sweetheart, Tony La- tour. whose parents want him to be a. minister. Heedless of gossip, Tony proposes marriage after Harriet's triumph In the academy play has aniwn applause even from the in- tolerant gossipers. But she, fearing discord in their contrasting-careers, rejects him. Then Tony flees with the school play proceeds to seek stage success in New York,- his fath- f£„7iea™h * cov«ing the theft but telling him never to return. Among Tony s theatrical associates are Roy Donovan and his stepson, Brucc. Not slncc his proposal has Tony heard from Harriet, but he is sur- prised to see her a I the theater window. Chapter 5 A FOOTLIGHT REUNION As Harriet was Inspecting the ticket she had Just bought, Tonv tried to compose his jumbled reel- ings. Then he was by her -iide ask- ...

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

A ■■ail PACE FOUR. PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1931. ;> t i a RUTH COMES THROUGH WITH TENTH CIRCUIT BLOW 0'1 ( I ST LOUIS TEAM NEW YORK SCORES TWQ IN LAST INNING OF BATTLE NEW YORK, June 5. (/Pi—Babe Ruth came through with his tenth home run of tjie season today when victory or defeat was hanging upon, his bat and gave'the Yankees an 8 to 7 triumph over the St. Louis Browns. The victory enabled the Yankees to even the four-game series. The homer came wltn one out in the ninth inning, with Jimmy Reese on first through a walk by Sammy dray and the Browns ahead 7 to 6. The Yanks plied up a 6-0 lead in the first five innings only to have Herb Pennock weaken badly and St Louis take the lead In the sev- enth and eighth. ST. LOUIS Levey, as 5 Burns, lb 8 AB R H O A E 0 1 S I Goslln, If ... Ferrell, c .4 xxorlmes -0 1 Young, o -.0 0 0 Bettencourt, rf 3 l l Jenkins, rf 0 1 Melillo. 3b 4 Kress, 3b 4 MoNeely, cr 3 Collins, p 0 Stiles, p .3 Hebert, p .1 XStorti 1 0 0 l 3 1 1...

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

1 • • • ■* * V . [SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST page five L International Sunday School Lesson BY DR. J. E. NUNN Utaeral topic: Jesus Crucified. Scripture lesson: Luke 23:83-40. 33. And when they caine unto the place which is called The Skull. there they crucified Him. and the malefactors, one on the right hand •mil the other on the left. 34. And Jesus .said, Father, for. give them; for they know not what they do. And parting his garments among them, they cast lots. 35. APd the pec pie stood behold- ing. And the rulers also scoffed a'. Him, saying, He saved others; let him saye himself, if this is the Christ of Qod, his chosen. 30- And the soldiers also mocked Him, coming to Him. offering him vinegar. 37. And saying, if thou art the King of the Jews, save thyself. 38. And there was also a super- scription over Him. THIS IS THE KING OP THE JEWS. 39. And one of the malefactors that were hanged railed on Him, saying. Art not thou the Christ? save thyself and us. 40...

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

i % % % V|v««a s 11 M rV^-n^i1 i * > % |4Q||i§ BS&2L PAMBA ttQJMiWS POST • /.' Morning edition of the Pampa Dally News THE PAMPA MORNING POST %fP"° "SSSSST OMH B> HUVKZJS ■Qltoi i •' >&t««d u Mcond-class nutter October 1, 1930 at the post office at Pampa. Texas under the Act of March 3, 1870, iPl MOni MORNINO "POST in OomblnaUon with Morning, evening and Sunday. .WW .96 One Tear. Ox Moor SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier In Pampa ON to the PAMPA A DAILY NEWS. (News and Post) (News and Post) By Mao, Pampa and Adjoining t. (Morning and Sunday) ths, (Morning and Sunday) By Mall OalaMe of Gray and Adjoining CoonUcs Tear (News and Post, including Sunday)... iths (News and Post, Including Sunday ths (News and Post, including Sunday) CoantkM , 4.00 2.25 , 7.00 . 3.78 2.29 snm£ TELEPHONES News and Post itlng, Office Supplies 6M and 607 268 not the intention of 'Mia newspaper to cast reflection aSKWfifXKlS! Office Supply departments operated In con- AGAINST THE HOWSLEY BILL Inde...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 June 1931

MORNING KD1TJON of Th« PAMPA DAIL\ NiSWS PAMPA MORNING POST J THE NEW PAMPA Pastes! Growing City, to Tern; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle \ Centar. VOL. 1, No. 159. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS YOUNG MOTHER SHOT TO DEATH SECOND WITOESS TESTIFIES IN 'GIRL MARKET' TRIAL \ R {i HI INDEPENDENT OPERATORS SEEK AID OF TEXAS LEGISLATURE -<•> i6hc/Q^upoty GETS VEHICLES OF WHEELMEN Cheer up. If your arc a good democrat you should be enjoying the discomfiture of the republi- cans who don't know what to do with the depression. Only another church liquor row can prevent election of a democratic president. But the party is going to face the menace of false leadership and that Inspired by rcpublican-east- ern money. * it i. Help the "Other Fellow" "Drive Carefully!" Careless driving nnd motoring while "dead for sleep" have caused many deaths In the southwest recently...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 June 1931

■ "7 i | f i •* I p I • m r kH4 * I I u tMumi ; IP AM PA MORNING POST m Daily Crossword Puzzle ACROSS I. fronmr qin n of Houmimln . . Victim ■IV. 4MfkMt COM- tlnriu , froe 1 TaW. l i ru 5. Color Blluhtly ' «. >lfr«iii i.r lit* •foot 11. i-Sttfcuaiie ot tltr ancient 'Woman* f*. Hlmn Si. Peltfr) Willi roc In VS. Smallest In- teger lleimun city CUni* hi hand JO Ixmtsf rnrth ■11. Symbol for tin ii. OM oath r 7. Undermine tt. Southern t on - vteltallr.n 40 Pendeiil orna- ment '42. .Colored '44. Before '4'i Kdje '4*. Persian fitlry 48. Oompau point 49. Meanure of paper Hindu ncred llt«r«tuie Korehtn I'f«r Gym'* inothtr Solution of Yce'.erday'i Puwlt G AIB PR TAK >« 11. Cllcil litf-lle L'J. French rlv*r (13. Mlcltslng Imp- I Of*- I1 eill 63 (Jerm cella t . Kub ont C7. Ceremony ti8. JfKil.-o \Auni 01*. Servm« lo prou-ci 71. f'.i ;ng Into lint 73. Corrod^i 73. POHItlM <4 Coiiteata of «lUed DOWN 1 Support for nulla 2. Kxetiange |ir« (ilium 3. Intermission Writ I iik fluid And: French...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 June 1931

>31. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1931. iss 1ST TEXAS' RETURNS TO MM UNO IS MET WITH PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE'THREE LOCAL BEAUTY IS GOOD SCHOLAR AND IS SPORTS LOVER • Since her return last night to Tampa, Miss Leona I.eedou, who wan given the title of "Miss West Texas" at Wichita Falls Sunday, has been kept busy by reporters, photographers, and scores of in- terested friends. Miss Leedon, a slender blond, lias not lost the simplicity of the aver- age high school girl, yet her charm- ing manner, her bouyant step, and her perfect poise seem more like those of a professional actress or trained manikin. The West Texas beauty ie a roocI scholar and an accomplished pianist. She received honorable mention in the Panhandle Music festival last year and won medals in spelling during her freshman and sopho- more years in the Pampa high school. Misr, Leedon is beginning early to fit herself for a good position in business. This spring she repre- sented the local high school as a typist when he at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 June 1931

RAGE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 0, l&JI. ' % ; h. nWR MR. MLLY III SIXTH INNING WINS FOR PHILADELPHIA TM« NATIONAL; I.EAOUK Ycstcrday'k RwtulU New York 8, Chicago J. Only game pluyed. STANDINGS FOXX KNOCKS 2 HOME RUNS DURING HOT GAME AT HOME PHILADELPHIA, June 8. (AV-A four run rally in the sixth inning enabled the world's champion Phil- adelphia Athletics to win their third straight of the series with Detroit today, but 7-3. The victory was also the Athletics' sixth of the season over the Tigers In as many games. Foxx's pair of clroult blows brought his season's total to 13, and was his third In two days. — Mark Koenig, who did not have a fielding chance at short during the game, made four of the losers' aeven hits and hud a perfect day at bat. DETROIT ABRHOAE H. Walker, cf S 0 1 0 0 0 Owen," lb 4 l o 10 o o Stone, if 5 o o Johnson, rf 3 1 McManus, 3b 3 0 Koenig, ss i l Harris, 3b 3 0 Alexander x. 1 0 Orabowskl, o— 4 0 Alters, xx ..0 0 Whitehlll, p 3 0 Won Lo...

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