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

V ' • $PPS8RS It. O is in n« s &S • • GOOD MORNING—Andrew Mellon arrived back in the United States just in time to hear the Legionnaires at El Paso demand his impeachment—sort of a homecoming greeting J morning edition of The PAMPA DAILY NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheal Center. VOL. 1, No. 213. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1931. (4 PAGES) PRICE FIVE CENTS WELLS STILL MANY OPPOSED TO ELIMINATION OF COTTON ACREAGE TO OIL ' .• I NATIONAL CAMPAIGN ANNOUNCED TO RELIEVE UNEMPLOYMENT REIO ELECTED TO HEAD DIE RELIEF HE MURRAY TALKS BEFORE MEMPHIS PARLEY ON EMPLOYMENT <?>- LOCAL FUNDS URGED TAX ON SALARIES OF FEDERAL WORKERS SUGGESTED WASHINGTON, Aug. 24. m - A national campaign for local funds «u announced today as the imme- diate objective of President Hoov- er's newly organled unemployment relief organization. This was made known by...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 August 1931

f AGE TWO PAMPA MORNING I'OUT TUESDAY MORNING AUGUST 25* 1931. :V . -i** INDI VICTORY OVER CLEVELAND IS OUT HIT BUT WINS GAME FROM BOSTON OMEVflbAND, O., Aug. 24. UP) — OUttalt II to IS. the Cleveland In- 4MO* scored an 11 to 7 victory over Ik* aorton Red Sox today to make It two straight in their final series. ■ddle Morgan's home run blast over the right field wall in the sec- and with two ot> base was the fea- ture. Sweeney led the Boston stick- err with five hits out of six trips, while Burnett oI the Indians made four out of five. BOSTON- AB R H O A E Rothrock, 11 8 1 0 4 0 flUiyne, ss 4 1 3 Reeves, 3b 1 Sweeney, lb 6 -Webb, rt 6 Pickering, 3b 6 Oliver, cf 4 Berry, c ... 3 Connelly, c 2 Warstler, 2b-ss ... 6 Hasten, p - 0 Lisenbee, p 2 Mocre, p 0 x Winaett . ...—. 1 Morris, p — 1 xxVail Camp 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 4 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Total.". 48 7 18 94 11 1 x—Batted for Moore In 6th. xx—Batted for Morris In 9th. CLEVELAND— AB R K O A E Burnett. 2b-ss 5 S 4 4 3 0 Kanun, 3b 3 1...

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

1. • I • TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25 !S31. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGt THRC1 Xi* hv <T )\X a.s nu u! •11 c- ro rt u h- tt. he (V X- t by W 1 \ op ' # • PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATIONS WILL BEGIN ACTIVITY CITY COUNCIL IS TO PLAN CLOTHING FOR NEEDY TO BE SUBJECT DISCUSSED Activities of the Parent-Teacher associations for this year will be be- gun at a called meeting of the city council Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the city hall. The meeting, called by the presi- dent, Mi's. A. L. Jones, Tp primarily for the purpose of providing cloth- ing for the school children whose families are not able to buy theseI necessities. Mrs. W. H. Davis of the Pampa welfare board will meet with the group, and all others interested, In child welfare are invited to at- tend. The Parent-Teacher associntions | did considerable welfare work among children here lait year, their chief work being the providing of cloth- ing and school supplies. Council officers are as follows: President, Mrs. A. L. Jones; vice- p...

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

PAGE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING AUGUST 25, 1931. n Morning Edition ol the P&mp* Dally Neva THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER OF TOT ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Leafed Wire Published morning* except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren fabllthlng company, 323 Weat Farter, IHunpa, Texmi DAVID M. WARREN General Manager R. 8. (BOB) BRASHEARS Business Manager OLIN E. HINKLE Managing Editor PHILIP R. POND Advertising Manager The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication of 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 are reserved. Pampa, Entered as second-class matter October 1.1OT0 at the post office at tpa, Texas- under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier in Pans pa SUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNINQ POST In Combination with THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. One Month (News and Post) * P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 August 1931

• • GOOD MORNING—Director Woodcock says women have no place in the enforcing of prohibition. He should try to tell that to some of the husbands. PLAN TO ATTEND GRAY COUNTY FAIR SEPTEMBER 10-12 PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle V THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. \ f VOL. 1, No. 214. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, 1831. (6 Page.) PRICE FIVE CENTS • # COTTON SESSION PREDICTED ® KING GEORGE APPROVES NEW CABINET FOR ENGLAND TESTIMONY ON "PHYSiCAL" WASTE HEARD' IN OIL HEARING SPEAKER SAYS ' SOLONS TO BE CALLED SOON WHERE 30,000,000 ARE HOMELESS IN CHINA EAST TEXAS TO DISORDERLY DRILLING CONSTITUTES WASTE i ADVISOR SAYS SUGGESTS JNIT CURB ORDER PROBABLY WILL BECOME EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1 AUSTIN, Aug. 25. i/Pk-Testimony bearing on physical waste in the production of oil in the East Texas field and the best prevention meth- od was presented to the Texas railroad commission at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 August 1931

['! ■j ,1 ■ * '4 n M K 1AGK TWO PAMPA MORNING POST Daily Cross-word Puzzle" ACROSS 1. CnrTvllliM Afiirau Uuf'rl II. Mean I*. Miami with boric hi ill if. Mrwwry V. Hy way <tf IV. Plant luvd fur noap If. Cmiadlan prov- r: abbr. Solution of VcsUrdcy'c PucX* irlolMMBlEJAlSlTl f JJUU LlUUS fiinu ucia l Ca Ktcrlualluir flncli — Iron romper. Concern! IB Con > alia Proiioui Lo« flo ' Other A*ali'st. akhi. £*Mm ,a BlonAat-fMal In of ■> aptra |g * "Mf Ri'i :. OUfti a II. rm+- « . Mbr m c IV« kr« tl. Pa'ac. M. V'-tt, ti. OUfeti a Mb*. . A-1 «'■ la i.tch 4J Id- Maui* la' i e* Jl. * . I*m * :< it. KM/ rt •. . <• f..r v.!will TuatUaa to 6 ai . Mohammad* n •nantv of Ilia • 'rusadara Heavenly l>eln« riamad IM Itita Una *me<l Wt .v<wat« Wrath- 7:. I.eaat till DO S : a« •OUDd frotfD.«ai«r Met pffdniM Ocyiut oc •ptftrti •OWN L TMI)' s. Broad thnroi^b- firri r. • 4. n t ojifttellr.'.Wn fa SII Oltr W«*i4 ti. for ttni.-.t'l#; m hhr. 7 Thun I. 11 : k j\ii lnlMi:d if* 9. Kind f'f ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 August 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRE1 INFORMAL EVENTS CONTINUE FOR RENEFIT OF LIRRARY HOSTESSES TO BAPTIST GIRLS HEAR PROGRAM TO CJTY HALE PARTIES TO CONTINUE DURING THIS ' WEEK Library officials arc requesting that all hostesses who have enter- tained for the benefit of the library thia week or last week place the money enclosed in an envelope in a box which has been provided In the library room. Accompanying the money should be the name of each hostess and her guests. The parties are expected to con- tinue dally during this week.. Luncheon Served }ilT3. C. P. Ledrick was hostess at a , luncheon Monday. Her guests wen Mesdames A. B. McAfee, J. w. Gordon, John Henry, Lottie In&e, ahd Jim White. The group spent the early after- noon hours in the Ledrick home. Forty-two Played Mrs. Katie Vlnc«nt was hostess at table of forty-two Monday after- noon. Drinks were furnished by the Coca Cola Bottilng works during the afternoon and Mrs. Vincent serv- ed, othe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 August 1931

T if k %*% * •* % 4 « • '• t t « « *1 fe. w\ ll I * * u 1® x I PACE POUR PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, IlL on KNOCKS TWO CIRCUIT BLOWS TO HELP GIANTS WIN DOUBLE ILL REDS EXCHANGE SHUTOUT GAMES PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 25. </P>— The Cincinnati Reds divided a doubleheader with the Phils today, winning the first 8 to 0 and drop- ping the second 1 to 0. Lucas was master of the Phils in the first game. Big Jim Elliott had the better of a brilliant pitching duel with Young Silas Johnson of the Reds In the second contest. STRETCH LEAD OVER HORNSBY TEAM FIVE GAMES Cincinnati— ABRHOAE NEW YORK.,Aug. 26. VP)— Two fine pitching performances by Carl Hubbell and Jim Chaplin and the lusty hitting of young Mel Ott en- abled the Giants to take both games of today's doubleheader from the i Chicago Cubs 5 to 3 and 7 to 1, and j101818 stretch their lead over the Horns- I Philadelphia— Douthlt, cf 5 0 Crabtree. rf — 6 2 Roush, If -.5 1 Hendricks, lb .. -.4 2 Cucclnello, 2b 5 2 Beck, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 August 1931

WEDNESDAY MoRNi.sC, PAMPA MORNING POST lllllllllllll PAGE FIVE WMWWWWWMW|MMIBIIWil>llllllilMIIHIIUIIhlillHilliiil::'U^iiU;jiii83!-Hil8liMiUilHIMIWIMIHMIWt^lBHMBIIIIilWIWHMIiniHHIIMIIWWWHMIIMWIIIillWIIIMWIW1IIIIIWSHIIWII>IIMHIHHIIIItBIIHIIt illllllilliilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ESPECIALLY ADAPTED SCHOOL WORK u\ • 'yv-Ji*,tUv? ass* Note These Features An up-to-date copyright. Nearly pages; size 51 7y4: 4 0,00 0 words. 3. 840 line drawings and half-tone illus- trations. t i\fi «-• 4, 19 full page engrav- ings. a :>. An English finish paper suitable for reproducing iHustratioi, . 6. Bound ih flexible pin seal grain keratol with gold stamping, round corncrs, with red stained edges. Headbands in the shelf-back insure durability through constant use. Artistic green paper jacket. 7. The System of diacritical markings makes pro- nunciation simple and easily understood. The same sounds are always indicated by the same symbols. 8. Definitions are simple, terse, a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 August 1931

PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 16, 1MI. 1 I : - ~ f* • V ' = j it I > Morning Edition of the Pampa Dally Neva ' THE PAMPA MORNING POST MXMBER OP TR> ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Lessed Wire Published morning* except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warrer mblUhtng company, 333 West Foster, Pampa, Tuna General Manager Business Manager Managing Editor Advertising Manager DAVID M. WARREN R. S. (BOB) BRASHEARS OLIN E. HINKLE PHILIP R. POND Ths Asaoclated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication •f all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. All rights for re- pobllcatlon of special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered as second-class matter October 1, 1#30 at the post office at Pampa, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier la Pampa SUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNINO POST In Combination with THE PAMPA DAILY NEW8. Morning, Evening and Sunday. One Mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 August 1931

GOOD MORNING—An Arlrigton, Texas lad won the hog calling championship of America at Springfield last night—our hoys certainly are getting up in this world. J PLAN TO ATTEND GRAY COUNTY FAIR SEPTEMBER 10-12 PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pantpa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. ^ > f VOL. I, No. 215. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1931. (6 Page*) PRICE FIVE CENTS AIR DERBY FLIERS OIL HEARING CONTINUES AT AUSTIN RIVAL CAMPS APPEAR ON COTTON PLAN T TEXAS T T I BANKERS OPPOSED TO STATE REGULATION OF ACREAGE • • • MASS MEETINGS HELD AT LUBBOCK FOR DISCUSSION By The Associated Press. Two rival camps were developing Wednesday among proponents of cotton acreage reduction In Texas, as a relief from overproduction and low prices. One group, led by bankers who met Tuesday in Dallas, wa.s opposed to acreage reduction by legislation. It favored agreements between tankers and farmer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 August 1931

•I • : I, P I •ACt TWO Pamta Mor.Nir:c rc:r THURSDAY MOANING AUGUST 27, K31. Horning Edition of the pampa x WE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBKR OP TIIB ASSOCIATED PRE8&—Pull Lewed Wire Published mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren {tabliKhlng company, 322 West Poster, Pampa, Texas DAVID M. WARREN " 77 General Manager B. B. (BOB i BRASHEARS Business Manager SLIM E. HINKLE Mana#ina Editor PHILIP R. POND Advertising Manager Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication a dlspaKht-s credited to or not otherwise credited In this ..and auo the local news published herein. All rights for re- Ion ot special dispatches herein alto are reserved. news Entered aa second-class matter October 1, 1930 at the post office at rampa. Texas under the Act of March S. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION KATES By Carrier in Pampa SUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNING POST in Combination with THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. One Month <News and Post) J? Per week. (News and Post) 30...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 August 1931

THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREB SOUTH AMERICA IS STUDIED BY LOCAL CHURCH FOLK * * * * * * * * * * * * * ♦ * a * * # * * * * Program Is Announced For Teachers Institute To Be Held In Canyon DOT 1000 fSoup Is Cooked By Girl Scouts In Open Tuesday WITH GOSPEL MRS. HUNGATE LEADS LESSON FOR W. M. S. Mr*. Ray R. Hungate directed a program < on "Adventuring Y\|lh the Gospel in South America" at a meeting of the Central Baptist Woman's Misionary society Wed- nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the church. Following the initial talk on "The Other America" by Mrs. Hungatc, the program proceeded as follows: Musical reading, "Grandmother's Patchwork Quilt," by Ruby - Bcalef, accompanied at the piano by Miss Louie Barton. "Adventuring With the Word, the Printed Page, and the Bible," Miss Mary Burks. ( "Adventuring With the W. M. U.," Mrs. W. B. Barton. "Adventuring With the Schools," Miss Ouida Cobuin. Piano solo, "Meditation," Gerald Brown. •, "The Adventures of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 August 1931

i I i i- ? 3 B 3 rm r ft jJ r r: m zz 3 S K sr. i y 4 | § I X £ x rr. i rr e I £ I 5 s W £ • E. £ st I s £ PAGE POUR pampa morning post THURSDAY MORNING AUGUST 27, 1931. .■p. ■ . > . 7J\\\\ ~ ST. LOUIS BROWNS DEFEAT ATHLETICS WITH LATE RALLY ran gets ix rail to gaMBNss NATIONAL LEAGUE VMlfrdljr'l Result* St. Louis 6-6; Boston 1-4. Cincinnati 4-6; Philadelphia 8-7. Chicago 4-7; New York 3-4 (sec- ond game 13 Inning*). STANDINGS ! ClUb- PHILADELPHIA HELD TO,^^- NINE HITS DURING HARD CONTEST | Chicago Brooklyn ... Boston ST. LOQIS. Auf. 31. —Rallies ! in the seventh amI eighth Innings ; netting six runs, brought the St. Cincinnati Louis Brawns from behind to defeat ! Ma Philadelphia Athletics 9 to S ; km today. The Browns' Big Pour. w. L. Pet. 81 44 .048 70 53 .569 < &S .543 91 80 .538 M a .419 67 M .463 51 ia .434 44 81 .353 Mwllt, Bums. Ooalln and Kress, qctfacted eleven of the sixteen hits made off Rube walberg, the A's starting hurler and Big George ■araabaw, who relieved...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 August 1931

1. en he th hr lo ry ler Thursday r.:ar:;;:;c. Aire*.-- 2- ::n. FAMTA MOWING POST PACE HV II ► ESPEC!ALL1f ADAPTED FOR SCHOOL WORK MW - '* -rH? ?v^V;V'P* I \ote These Features An up-to-date copyright. Nearly 800 pages; size 5 ,'/<x 7?4: 4 0,0 0 0 words. 3. 840 line drawings and half-tone illus- trations. 4. 19 full page engrav- ings. :>. An English finish' paper suitable for reproducing ftlustrahu G. Bound in flexible pin seal grain kcratol with gold starpping, round corners, with red stained edges. Headbands in the shelf-back insure durability through constant use. Artistic green paper jacket. \-0 >h ... 7. Thi system of diacritical markings makes pro- nunciation simple and easily understood. The sairii sounds arc always indicated by the same . Actual size, 6x8 inches. Morocco Grain Keratol—Green, Red, and Black. What Others Say "Webster's New Standard American Dictionary is a most admirable internal arrangement and of a convenient form for handling. It is one of th6 most ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 August 1931

PACE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING AUGUST 27. 1*31- 1 11 f «| 14 £ i I ii I i !T st s £ 5 s £ 3 £ £ cr x £• «, r; sr - !• fe £1 COLUMN— (CsaUnaed From Page One) huge numbers peimits The NEWS- POST to give them with subscrip- tiwn or, to old subscribers who sub- mit three coupons and 98 cents. 4 i t The price of gasoline is going op. Stony times the tfatemont baa keen made by refiners and other* that the low price of erode did not make possible gasoline as low as many thooght log- It was stated that gasoline .... Jo not respond in direct ratio to the price of erode oil. . . . Bat the price of gasoline Is going ■p at this time, never-the-lesv. Enter Uoitt Contest * n 9 Six excellent prizes await winners In the Lions club yard contest. En- tries must be made by September 2 tor Judging on the following day. To enter, write Carson Loftus, Box 307, and give the following Information: Street number, name, and whether development of the yard was through empoyea labor mainly or by ...

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

GOOD MORNING—There is a federal law making it a felony for persons to give away cigarets that they rolled themselves-why couldn't the law covered those one buy*? PLAN TO ATTEND CRAY COUNTY FAIR SEPTEMBER 10-12 PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle V THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. VOL. 1, No. 216. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1931. C6 Pages) PRICE FIVE CENTS • • MAJORS PLAN ATTACK ON OIL LAW S4 LOUISIANA HOUSE PASSES COTTON RESTRICTION LAW CONVICTS COMMIT SUiGDE MEN "CORNERED IN PEN" BREAK TShc/Qr&upcmr > r4y AND GANG GUNS CLAIM ANOTHER • • It isn't the cry against taxes which Is worrying County Super- intendent John B. Hessey. It's the opposite. • Most Remarkable Supt. Hessey Is in the unusual and somewhat mnarkable dilemma of not knowing whether to pile up money in common school district No. 18 or to call an election to reduce the levy or abolish it altogether f...

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

**Af TWO PA f f A f">f FiiiDAY iMGrWIIIiG, AUGUST 28, 1331. E%j t . l&fcr • r] ?? r r- .. r 5 s c 1 a s K ffi. i cr X E g. £?• srv *• v. — • Ki it 1 * £' *■ 3 U: •• 9* f I a? -V? 5 = I ••• I . Monkey • Icim of eombat . #*« worked J*Uh the loot Solution of Yooterday'i Puzzle an □□□□ bu ran naaaQ □« 41. if prefix ensure iur peeks: ■eld , ex- itlv# •ho covers i frosting 'Ur ic. lie manner >hlp si !• 62. U. direction 5«. • Ov who iiki a featuring «n. -'-V1C0P9 «1. 100 square met*;* File! Kind of rubber County in N'sw York utato Cspable of being divided Sploivior Public store- house Constellation. the Lion Ovules I Units of fore* Evtn: poet. I. A poxslblo At- raugcti.ent of* oljjcctn In se- quence 4. Breathes quickly 5. Impo.-I jni 0. Born 7. Agency 1. Fiirnlshes food 9. Psrt of a church 0- First nainc of Ihe author of "Ben Bur" 1. Poem I. Anolsnt long- handled weapon U. Entice* II. V«MUaU)< 22. Note of the scale 21. Perceive visually JJ. Wooden pro- peller It Exclamation ■ ...

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

FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRKI RESIDENTS OF LEFORS MAKE NUMEROUS SHORT TRIPS **¥¥¥* ****** ****** ****** ****** * * * * * * * * * * Princess Does Not Ride Broncos-Dancing Is Her Favorite Pastime — ® ® — SHE'LL ROUND UP LAUGHS EXTENDED TOURS MADE RECENTLY ARE VERY FEW <v LEFORS, Aug. 27. (#)—Practical- ly no extended trips have been made by LeFors residents recently. Short •tripe, however, for both business and pleasure, have been numerous. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hanson and .son were transacting business in Amn- rllio Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Sanders spent Saturday and Sunday in Canadian. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kinzer of Pam- pa spent Sunday here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wheeler. E. O. Sanders made a business trip Canyon Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bohanner of Commerce were guests of Mrs. Joe Duby Saturday. Mary Hammonds ol Pampa vis- ited friends in LeFors Sunday. Dock Jerrell has had a sprained ankle, but is very much improved Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Th...

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

s 5 ll X- § s cr I 5 X £ 9* rr. i ?• 5' & § 5 £ £ rr RACE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2g. 1931. fc«". Id) «>l! I'll < / I' - • TIE POIlS MRST LOUIS BROWNS ARE HELD TO SINGLE SCORE IN FIFTH INNING CLEVELAND, Olio, Aug. 27. (A') —Wesley JVrrell won his seven- teenth same and Earl Averill hit Ms twenty-eighth home run of the season as the Cleveland Indians de- feated the St. Louis Browns In the series opener today, 1 lto 1. Score: LANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday* Ken tills Chicago 2-11, Pittsburgh 3-4. Cincinnati 5, Philadelphia 6. Only games scheduled. Standings Club— St. Lcuis — New York Chicago . Brooklyn . Boston . ... Pittsburgh . Philadelphia . Cincinnati . . Today's Schedule Pittsburgh at St. Louis. Only game scheduled. w. L. Pet. 81 44 .648 . 70 53 .569 . 70 59 Mi . 67 60 .528 . 58 65 .472 . 58 67 .464 . 54 72 .429 . 44 82 .349 EIGHT SORE 10 IN FINALE THIS CURIOUS WORLD !LEFORS WILL TRY TO ! DEFEAT MOO/ hi ."ii in •. i to i)( ill il' ill il • l[ ...

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