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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 March 1931

THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRU PREPARATIONS MADE FOR APRIL FEDERATION MEETING i DE HOSTESS AT SEVERAL LOCAL FOLK ARE TO UK IN ATTENDANCE Several local persons will attend the convention oi the seventh dis- trict Federation of Women's clubs to be held in Memphis April 13, 14, and 15. It was announced yester- day that Mrs. Tom Rose, president elect of the Twentieth Century club, and Mrs. Dkk Walker, president- elect of the Junior Twentieth Cen- tury club, would represent their organizations. It Ik expected that other delegates will be elected in the near future. Tlie general sessions of the con- vention will be held in the audi- torium of the FirM Baptists church, which is centrally located on paved streets, and la ideally adapted for meetings of this nature. In case of bad weather, there will be no occa- sion to leave the building for lunch, committee meetings or other trans- actions, a& the church plant 1;; equipped with a .spaci-ous dining room a...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 March 1931

I r I I r PACE FOUR! PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1931. CLINGMAN RETIRED KING OF WELTERS TO RATTLE SAILOR WRESTLES HINDU IN MAJESTIC EVENT TONIGHT BRUSHING UP SPORTS (Sia'5 ACT" By Laufer PAMPA FAVORITE WILL LEAVE FOR BOUTS IN N. MEXICO ■ Tonight's battle at the Mujostle j Is scheduled to be the best In the history of wrestling in *nmpa i Snllor Otis Cllngman, in line for a crack at the middleweight cham- pionship, and Masanta Singh, re-j tired undefeated welterweight cham- pion of the world, will be the two j participants. The Hindu still wears the belt ©f his welterweight achievement. Re became to heavy for that class and retired with his belt and his undefeated name. He is an olive 1 oil drinker which makes him the < "slickest" man In the > wrestling \ game. The Pampa favorite Is fresh from j three road irips and two home! matches whlrh netted hJnv 10 straight victories. There were 22 falls In tho 10 matches and Clliut- man won 20 of them. He won 11 In a r...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 March 1931

k Jul It'l* fit ll ■ )<> 1st Us fd In Id ■c o THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST 1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ! MYSTERIOUS WAVE- am im^nLvfmi advance. They must bo jnurl before thnv ?vrin/!i? ™ i W".nt «LS may bo telephoned to thp office before 12 " dav °t insedtion and u collector will call, fpntVminimm?! iu!,lS.'1?!' word per Insertion, three Insertions for five «;v«u«n i.wnty-nw cents per insertion. w«™*5 n,dve|,t'«ln cash with order. *,,, >etervea the right to classify all Want Ads under au- 'rtifovnfinn i "Si :intl ,revisu or withhold from publication any wpy.aetevniinecl objeetionoble or m leading. nsertion. 0Uy enor M,U8t lj0 B'V8U in limo *ur con'eclto11 before second Personal* I POPULAR Piano taught. Rates reasonable. Kid Merton. 115 South Wynne. Apt. 2. tf For Rent 1'OR RENT—Niccry furnished five- room house. For information, call 1087 or 78. FOR RENT — Two-room modern furnished apartment. Throe-room unfurnished apartment. Close in on pavement. Call ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 March 1931

Wm. PACE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST VAwxtiy Bdition of the Pampa Dally Nam THE PAMPA MORNING POST MPVprnm of THE ASSOCIATED FEGS&—FuU Lfuaed Wire Published mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren Publishing company, 323 West Poster, Pampa, Texas raxup rT POND " 777 Manager OUNE. HIMICLE Wfto« The Associated Prow is exclusively entitled to the use for publication of all news dispatches credited 10 or not otherwise credited in thin Sp > and also the local new* published harem. Ml rights for re- publication ot spoclal dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered as second-class matter October i. 1930 at the post oltlceat Pampa, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ' SUBSCRIPTION RATtS . By Carrier in Pampa IRIPTXON to the PAMPA MORN1NQ POST In Combination Will) 81 PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning. Evening and Sunday. One Month (News and Post) ho Per week. (News and Posti... • ; By Mali, Pampa and Adjoining UuuIIm One Year, (Morning and Sunday) 4.00 Six Months. (Morning and S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 March 1931

o if MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAIU NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST . _r Serving Pampa and Northeanlern Panhandle ■ - 1 "f ' ' THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. VOL. 1, NO. 17. <AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1031. Full (AP) Lensml Wire PRICE FIVE CENTS 3 % WANT BIDS ON P.O, LOCATION NTS BET INDICTED i*N SHOOTING OF BERT TAYLORiTWIEE SITES DEVELOPMENTS COME SLOWLY IN DALLAS FLOGGING FT Ell STORY FRIEND SEES LINGLE KILLED; BLOND SLAYER JUMPED FENCE <$r~ CLAIMS ASSISTANT IN DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE IS MAN I REGISTER VlS DENIAL RENTED BUILDING TO KU KLUX ORDER; NO MEMBER DALLAS. Mar. 12. M1)—■Devolon- ments came slowly tcday in tlio grand jury investigation Uito re- ports that C. J. Coder ami Lewis Hurst, communist organizers, v/cie kidnapped from th.' city hall steps after their release from Jail here last Thursday night and flogged. Hur.-f. and Cider still had not been found The principal event d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 March 1931

FAGS TWO tampa morning post i kiday morning, "march 13, 1931 -*■*- I I I Li ■ I If s [7Daily Crow-word Puzzle X M. M. ACROM • *5)1 Solution of Vaatarday'g Puzsla I. Cooking ut B« ~ naatiH HBiirj nnan narcura mnnn □ciesu nanus nnaa anna nnii arjL'in aiannnH liKiuri uLiacj uaaaao uaaaatjrjw Hanaa aaaas □□□ □nan nauan uaaa □nn nauna naaan !!□□□□□□□ aaaann !j[jnn naaa □nnnriLi nana boii □ana □□□□ □□□□□ raaarj aanu naaan □ancj anrjrj aaaaa •u 4"iW8fc I army J I. Water: Latin II Commotion It Northwestern atate: abbr. II. Stratagem , XI. Imprisoned ? IT. Prophet II. Opan court II. Omlta In pro* no uncine M.* mad covering M. Tree with quivering leavea Place In poiU tton Feminine name tl. Pailea off aa Wfonuine ooden eboea II. Taka up weapona II. Dutch meters *1. Tribe of Cad- 45. Produced v, above ex- pense! 44. Tax 4#. ' :are*se \ it. Largest land i animal •' Rf. Metal doan Indiana !>3. Morbid breath tl. Female aand- emali piper 41. Floating tng iiountl 54. Large expanse ot water 55. ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 March 1931

• I • FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE MANY CHURCH ACTIVITIES HOLD INTEREST THIS WEEK DLL METHODIST GILES STUDY LIFE OF PAUL LOYAL WOMEN'S CLASS HAS STUDY, SOCIAL GATHERING mm (sfi t, @m ® units PICTURE CONTEST IS HELD AT SUM HOUSTON IL l-'AI.'.l'..' • This micl-weck was a busy one for local church groups with vari- ous types of gatherings holding in- terest. A number ol' First Baptist work- ers spent yesterday in Panhandle ut a meeting of the Taio Utiro Baptist association. The Rev. C-. E. Lancaster was one of the prin- cipal speakers, delivering an ad- draw on "The Fellowship of the Budget'. * The meeting was opetied at 10 tun. and closed at 3 p.m. The Panhandle church served the noun luncheon. Those attending from Pampn were Mesdames C. S. Barrett, Bert Brewer, T. C. Neal, J. P. Clrogan, C. L. McKlnney, X.. H. Greene, F. Ewlng Leech, Charles Ciiimoro, T. W. Jamison, Miss Inez Barrett, and the Rev. C. E. Lancaster. cj?fia±iij li-uxi uJooien uJJl- <i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 March 1931

PAGE FOUlt PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 13, 1931 * 1 ?' m ji t i if n v I CLINGMAN TAKES TWO STRAIGHT FROM HINDU GRAPPLER COMMERCIAL LEAGUE STANDING IS SAME THE ROBINS' ROOKIE By Pap Standings in the Commercial i Bowling league remained uuchuup- Imm after games Tuesday and Wed- II llinn n fl I IT ! nrf:(la-v nights. The Gordon store III HllFill Kllll I i entry remained in the lead with tin; 11 Mill III 11 LI U I ' Diamond shop a close second. Th'' ■ ■ IIIIIIW UWW ■ Schneider hotel team and Poake 'and Landry were bunched benind TOE HOLDS ARE USED the Jewelers. EFFECTIVELY ON I With nine more games to nlay, n AC A VTA QTVHH Itwo v'n-s will take first place fcr BASANi A bllSOH | the aordon .team. Second plivo Oozing oil froirT'every pore. R'-lr?nnot bc dec,ded_..until practically santa Singh, Hindu olive oil drink- er, gave Otis Clingman, Pampa s favorite wrestler, one of the fo'ig'i- est matches of hi* career last nl-rht at the Majestic, before a packed house. The Pampa bo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 March 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING MYSTERIOUS !M¥E- All want ads mo rash In •dvuuiw. Tlioy >iin«t lie paid beforo thev i #•111 be Inserted. Want Ads may be telephoned to the oliico uclorn rj cilock im the day <>t insedtion and a collector will call. Rate*: Two ecu! per word per insertion, tlirco insertions for five ! (Dnts minimum twenty-five cents per Insertion. Out of town advertising cash with order. T! •> Nexv.s-Pfwt reserves the right to classify nil Want Ads under an- i propwate headings and to revise or withhold from publication any copy determined objoctianoblc or misleading. ! Notice of any error must be given in time lor correction before second 1 nucrtion. Personals POPULAK Piano lum?hL. Rates reasonable. .Sid Morton. 113 South Wynne. Apt.. 2. tf DANCE at McKenzie's Barn Dance hall, Friday night, beginning at 9:30. C. L. Sttne and his orchestra. Everybody invited. For Rent FOR RENT—Nicciy furnished liva- rooin h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 March 1931

f' 1 £ it i ■ A 111 Mr 1!k Pi ' t I l|: PACE SIX Morning Edition ol the Pampa Dally News THE PAMPA MORNING POST Mtumm OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Full Leukd Wire Published mnmiBw except Sunday and Monday by th* Nunii-Warren Publishing company, 322 West Foster. pampa, Texas PHILIP R. POND OtilN E. HINKLE Manager .. Editor 3". gffi; . Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use lor publication •11 new* dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited In this and ateoMhe local news published herein. 411 rights for re- gion 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 of March 3, 1879. . SUBSCRIPTION BATES By Carrier In Pampa ON to the PAMPA MORNING POST in Combination with Morning, Evening and Sunday. LARGE STOCK OF PAMPA MORNING POST AbOUf FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1931 Gruver Is Growing I Two-Year-Old City) ORUVER, March 12 <#>—drover, wo-year-ukl town on ill** iu*w Am-1 aril...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 March 1931

€ D e € • D • MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAIL1 NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. VOL. 1, No. 118. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXA5SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1931. Full (AP) Leased Wire PRICE FIVE CENTS MAY CREATE STATE OIL BOARD One Is Shot To Death In Galveston Downtown Gun Fight iFOREIGN IMPORTERS "PROMISE CURTAILMENT IFTEjl FIGHT RIVAL LIQUOR GANGS j RELIEVED CAUSE OK SHOOTING ONE SERIOUSLY SHOT BATTLE BEGINS INSIDE CIGAR STAND; SHIFTS INTO STREET GALVESTON, March 13. MP)—Olio man was shot to death and another was seriously wounded here today in a gun fight on crowded down- town streets believed to have grown out of liquor smuggling operations. Clarence "KY" Gregory, 28. died in a. hospital of bullet wounds. Mitchell "Miche" Frankovich, 31, was taken to a hospital in a seri- ous condition. They formerly lived in Galveston, but recently moved to Houston....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 March 1931

n ' I" '': a % I * i I i ■ i I f AOS TWO PAMPA MORN INC POST SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1931 •A" ' J «w Daily Cross-word Puzzle AMIOM 1. Winter vehicle t. Worehlp It. Part* of ft golf _«oi 11 ab-footed Solution of Yeiterday'a Punla IoItBaIlIaI □□n aaan □□□□ oqq nnnrj aaaa aaaaaaaa nana □□□□ HHiiaas aannaa aum □UUHD uaa aaa rjnntiQLj aauaaa □□□ t3HEi BlaaniQ □aa I?! SuSSSawVard communlcfttliu: Jflth th* itt 4e ofd form of an old oath Ipfe" □a uiioa HBOIN ainitm PMC IE ■pih a ■ems ■n|t it. oiinnta if. Away: 8oolch atm^realn L«t ur* fluid Julnbablted. . ulnbu.—, onka au parlor ')( <1. low ronntra: tw. var 54. (llva ft nftme to St. Tha draak Diana 10. Bclonnlrg to the laity Mu r " f lyric line try System of fir- I,Mix Cat>ll l of Pel ii South Ameri- can animal Large plain Scandinavian meal lire of lenglli Large knives Sewed joint DOWN Vesxel Tardy Aiwa ye Inferior deliy P«rlnlnlng to anion n.Tii* Above: feet. Kin It v3!>ar Ancient .lerlth n acetic Mil tails .WiLtlf m." n i i s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 March 1931

SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE wee:k now closing is busy one for lefors folk mm daft, VISITS FOR PLEASURE ALSO MADE DURING LAST FEW DAYS LEFORS, March 13. < special;— 'llie week now closing has been quite busy for LeFors residents. Nu- merous trips lor business purposes 1 liave been macle to nearby towns,; and a few pleasure trips also have! held interest. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Nail were Pampa visitors recently. Ben Boyee was in Amarillo Mon- j day, taking a barber's examination. About 300 barbers were there for the examination, according to Mr. ; Boyce. Mark Diohl loft Tuesday for1 Wichita, Kan., where he will visit with relatives for two weeks. Mr. Dcihl is an employe of the Cut- Eate grocery and market. Earl Durham, manager of the Wilcox Service .station, left Monday for Bristow, Okla., where he will visit relatives. Venue Lockard. local barber, transacted business in Amarillo Monday. Attorney E. A. Ledbetter ol' Mc- Lean was in LeFors on busines...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 March 1931

1 , aF' \ ! t ■! { 1 t % j | f' I Pi' PAGE FOUtf PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1931. Q PROSPECTS FOI WINNING FOOTBALL TEAM APPEAR MOB mnimir PAMPA BIS LOSE 6AME BY ONE POIKT Brushing Up On Sports —Bv Lauffer The Kit-lit basketball icnui of Pampa high school lost n one poii.' decision to the Dallas Vlckery school team In the tcnso.ailon series :.t; Plalnview yesterday morning. Witii never more than three points sep.i-, rating the two tenms the Dalla; j girls threw two baskets in the 1 .ft j minute of play to now out the Pampa entry. Adell Stone, local forward, was high point scorer of the game. Hi'; Pampa team nlayed great basket- WAYNE KELLY IS PICK OF NEWCOMERS TO HARVESTERS Prcspcrts for a winning football iK i03i were given a boost j ball against one of the best teaim yesterday afternoon at Harvester In the state. Coach L. L. Bonr .s.i'd park when the first game of ihejia?t night rpring football training season took Earlier place, coaches Odus Mitchell and Warren...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 March 1931

•ffn SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All want nds arc cash in advance. They miwt be paid before tlicv will bo Inserted. Went -\ds may be telephoned to the otl'icc belorc 1L' C clock on I he day ol insndllon and n collector will call. Rate*: Two u nU per word per insertion, three insertions lor live tnntH minimum twenty-live cents tier insertion. Out of town advertising cash with order. Tt"> News-Post reserves the rlRlit to classify nil Want Ads under ap- Iiiiipiiate headings and to revise or withhold from publication any copy determined ohjcctionoble or iuisir-iuling. Notice of any error mast be Riven in time for correction before second nscrtlon. Personals POPULAR Piano" taught. reasonable. Hid South Wynne. Apt. 2. WILL Trade equity in 4-room house, I with lot, lor light c.ir. 40!) Zii,i- Rates mer. , Morton. 115 — — tli QI'IC K S, ! U4(l acres fine wlieat land near I Panhandle. 4,i0 acres in wheal fair For Rent I improveuien...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 March 1931

X * ! , r ?; PACE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNINC, MARCH 11, 1931. Morning Edition of (ho Pampa Dally Neus THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Full Leased Wire Published mnminw except Sunday and Monday by too Nunn-Warron Publishing company. 322 West Foster, Pampa, Texas Mi ager illshlng company, PHILIP R.~POND~ OUN E. HINKLE The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the us* for publication or all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. Ml rights (or re- publication ot special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered as second-class matter October 1. 1630 at the post oflioe at pampa. Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier in Pampa SUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNING POST Hi Combination with THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. One Month (News and Post> A? Per week, (News and Posit .... • ■.••••■ By Mail. Pampa and Adjoining Counties On...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 March 1931

• I *Y MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAIH NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growinf City in Tout; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. VOL. 1. No 119. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, CRAY COUNTY, TEXAS,TUESDAY MORNING,'MARCH 17, 1931. Full (AP) Leased Wire PRICE FIVE CENTS • • INTRODUCE STERLING (MEASURE SECOND VICE-WITNESS DEATH STIRS NEW YORK MANY KILLED IN SEALING SfflP VIKING BLAST DIES-POLICE IRE PUZZLED WAS TO TESTIFY FOR STATE AGAINST POLICEMAN I* • miTOPsns BLAIM PNEUMONIA FOR DEATH OF TITIAN HAIRED BEAUTY NEW YORK, Mar. 1G. (#)—Death following the trail of the city vice investigators has claimed Its third victim. Georgia Gray, 25, dancer and wit- ness against members of the police vice squad, died supposedly of pneu- monia In Bellevuu hospital Satur- day, police revealed today. The body of the titlan haired beauty was identified by an investigator of the district attorney's staff. Ctr- cum stances of her death were so .suspicio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 March 1931

J rri I iiv { ! ■' ? i f ACE TWO *>■* TAMPA MORNING POST ly Cross-word Puzzle |? A®*®* K TaJweN* II. A MMt4Mble Solution of Saturday'* Puzzla WE 5 OHM K tk« £ K ft&E&u «*. Maacullna p E T A L 1 [pjt |h|e sili1 imE R 1 H 1 T E E S 14. Ptuw' at cbil- mn'i g«mc II. }£ «i. «. * * ft A*kwl earuaatlr Kroncta 'noooked Convatwd Mournful Author of "Tha Rav n" Click btttlen Attendant* on Um aft S8«l« Ortwital^bip sft?u* □aHQHQ □□□□an □□□□□ aaaa unuiiD □□□ nan H S BfSl P R 0 sp F A U SIT IE R D E e|e E E L s|r E -. Notion.* again " °arA" <1. M.l/lc Knd megaurea as. M. Tow*rd« W. HinipleKin till. 'J'ypr f auto- Hinliilo M. Tila I 62. Ajsncifi I ion uf ftunpi.in laborora S3. FmUml 46. Allur** 1\ tit. .Matured 70. lVrifnl of ,m holding ' • «■ point "1. E'-b ins DOWN Ji-Wm aulckly 1. Uwili-al tier- l|. Plant of Uja forum nee l<y ,• lily family on person 2 At any time 3. Withers 4. Birthplace of Abraham C. Chart c. K voices 7. Type of horti- culturist, fl. Permit >. King of tiax...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 March 1931

*r>*« * n « tuesday morning, march 17, iwi. cam pa morning post PACE THR£« JUNIOR TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB ENTERTAINS HERE LOCH PRESIDENTS GUESTS FOR LOVELY SEATED TEA AT run is mui am for Histii SENIOR Cl.UI) MEMBERS ALSO PRESENT AT ENTERTAINMENT Twentieth Century club member.* and presidents of other federated clubs of Pain pa were special suests at a Mated tea given by the Jit .ior Twentieth Century club Mondny ai- wmodn from 3 to 5 o'clock at the Masters cafe. The entertaining room was pret- tily decorated in ferns and flowert*. and lighted tn green, the St. Pat- riot theme being stressed through- out the tea. Alter the program, guests were served attractive refreshments frcm a tea table covered with lace over green and centered with a bas'cct! of yellow snapdragons, a sift from the Twentieth Century club. The program follows: Welecme address, Mry, T. R. Mar- tin, president of the Junior Twen- tieth Century. Vocal trio, "Sweet and Low," by Loupa Joy Enlow, Loralne Boston, I and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 March 1931

• ••eeeet«e« *v## #<3| IMMUM • •• • MMtlll llltMMMI MM* Mil HMIMIMM M M m O t | «l f «& J'.«i W«t PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNfNG MARCH 17, 1S*1 ONNIE MACK TUNES UP ATHLETICS FOR PENNANT l PILOTS -T TQ1SH SMTIMfS BELIEVES CREW FOR SEVERAL ftORE SEASONS I* Mather if a series of It* ftjm rtortes on nu> Jr- PI*., March 18. several rival pilots are themselves and any one will Usten that the Phlln- Athletics arc pound to season, Connie Mack is ~ about his business of tut old nine ready for nt race. pilot of the two- disunions admits hp like to uncover a couple of young pitchers, but out- that he is pretty certain the 1 il is good lor another race who this serenly «toe mu er pennant r pairlarchial jtai are the "big five"- Poxx Cochrane i—whose blinding .big bats have subdued 1 world for two seasons, been reports that Earn- has not been able to get in 1Mb might not be ready to the campaign^ but whether 'it any fotuuiation for the ro- no one in Florida seems to , dealers in ins...

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