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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 October 1931

tif M la Hm Nam Mi nleh fttm by leap* ml bound*. CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCT. 30, 1931. VOLUME 43 Claude Graded School Doing Good Work P.-T. A. County Council Meets With Goodnight Some Golf Hazards— By Albert T. 'f.ei.i ; w. ■W>1 M 1 1 M 1 m The Armstrong County Council of Parent Teachers Association held Its first meeting of the season last Friday night with Mrs.Walter —two hundred people from Arm - strong County attended this meet- ing in the large and splendid audi- torium of the Goodnight High School. This meeting opened first to business when the following offi- cers were elected: Mrs. T. H. Baker of Claude, pres- ident; Mrs. Oscar Brunson of Lake- view, vice-president; and Mrs. H P. Clemons of Goodnight, secretary- treasurer. After the business meet- ing, the following program was en- Joyed: The fourteen delegates from Claude were Introduced after which Mrs. J. K. Thomas, president of the Claude Parent-Teacher Asso- ciation gave a splendid talk on the Parent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 October 1931

m HMMAMfl THE FT.WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM Can always be found at our store every day in the week. . 1 NORTON DRUG CO. Prescription Specialest We are able to make a saving for | A number of Claude folks at- you on your Port Worth Star tended the football game In Telegram this year, the rate being Amarilio between the Amarlllo lower than it has been In 14 years.; Badgers and The Wayland Jack Your renewal will be run from one Rabbits the former beat 19 to 6. year from the time it is out, even if you pay several weeks in ad vance for It. All New subscribers to The Star Telegram will receive this paper FROM NOW until December 31st ,1932 for ONLY $5.95—SEVEN 1JAY8 IN THE WEEK. Daily with- out Sunday papflr ONLY $4.95 for one year. SAVE A DOLLAR—By renewing for Your Claude News and Fort Worth Star Telegram togather, you will SAVE ONE DOLLAR. Or one dollar less for both papers logather for one year. CLAUDE NEWS, CLAUDE. TEXAS. :c Sudan seed growers in Texas Panhandle-Plains produce approx- imate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 October 1931

County, yew. MoO Um County, yew $3.50 I Advanianf RtKMHin PRESS ASSOCIATION We wouldn't be at all surprised to learn that, after all. "Alfalfa Bill" Murray is the real Governor of Louisiana. Let us sell more hogs and cows, dairy products and poultry products as well as crop rotation and Arm- strong County will soon be from under the depression. :0: "Thought" or "Right Thinking" was the subjecs discussed by Eld. Jesse P. Wiseman, pastor of The Church of Christ, at Pampa, Texas, last Sumday morning. His text was taken from Phil, 4th. chapter and verse 8. The young man de- livered a spendid sermon to a full house, as people in Pampa believe in attending church, es- pecially members of this par- ticular church. These people are very friendly and seem to enjoy the religion of Jesus Christ. It was a pleasure for the News man to get acquainted with them. :0: You have probably noticed that we have an unusual number of Model T Pord cars on the road. When Hard Times struck, some of those who ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 October 1931

price oT 5 cents for and 10 centa for "be charged.—Mrs. J. D Oorre*. See't SOCIAL AFT A IK I -r jl M Altar the Teachers and officer* aisaflny Wednesday evening at the Baptist Church they honored Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. Lusk with a surprise social honoring them be- cause of the good work they did for the Baptist Church, he as general director of B. Y. P. u. work and leader of the Senior B. Y 9. V. while Mrs. Lusk had charge of the Junior B. Y. P. U. Mr. and Mrs. Lusk and children are to leave this week to make their home down state. After a pleasent social hour of games and oonseivation, sandwiches, cake and cocoa were served. The Baptist Church membership regret to see Mr. and Mrs. Lusk leave and wish for them success in their new field. :0: IN DISTRICT COURT, ARM- STRONG COUNTY, TEXAS Last week the Jury brought in a verdict of Not Guilty regarding the case of State of Texas VS: Dan Badgley, charged with violation of the liquor law. Sam Young VS: Employers Lia- bility Association, suel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 October 1931

mm gffl® I r : mm ■ Jj'f'S dangerous to drive on smooth or worn-out tires. When the tread that grips the road is worn away your tires become a menace instead of a safety factor. Look at your tires today.' Are they baldheaded? Are there any serious cuts or bruises? In either event the best thing you can do is to trade them in on a new set of Firestones—the safest, toughest, longest-Wear- > ing tires in the world. TRADE IN ' We'll make a liberal allowance for all tlie un- used mileage in your present tires, regardless of their make. Come over today! You'll find that we can save you money and serve you better. "TWO DAW TO be (ivm fcf tlm young ptoplt of this community Friday night, October so, '1M1 at 1:18 o'clock, flfyeryon* Invited. Come ond bring your friends. Several from this community at- tended the Sunday School party given at the home of Mr. and Mrs Chas. Dye, Saturday night. My, such good candy! Everyone report- ed a good time. Miss Maudie Brunson spent Sat' urday night and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 October 1931

tm* ■ ts? m week of November We love those annoying squeal " titles from your car. for only %2u OUR TIGHTENING AND LUBRICATION SPECIAL INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING— TIGHTEN:— 1. Hamper* 1 My Bella 3. Motor Bolt* 4. Floor Bow* 5. All Bod; Hardware C. Sprint Shackle Bolt* 7. Fender and Banning Board Bolts I. Instrument Panel and Instruments. LUBRICATE:— SI 1. Sprint* 2. Water Pump 3. Door Hinjres and Locks 4. All Alemlte Connections 5. Brake Shafts, Levers, etc. 6. Grease and Adjust Front Wheeb 7. Check Transmission and Dif- ferential Grease Ask About Our Service Agree- ment Which Will Save You $5.50 (Our regular price on this operation is $4-00. Take advantate of our special). Mr. John Crownover You are cordially invited to drive your car in to our place of business at any time convenient during the next week, and receive a wash, polish and grease job ABSOLUTELY FREE. Nelson Chevrolet Company Phone 23 Claude, Texas • • Avf v • • It VP JK i * •■■W9PV '-•*# t • • .?• : t • 'Via ''Am.I ' ■B '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 November 1931

f~X Mmiimm CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 6, 1831. VOLUME 43 Our Mustangs Wallop Price Memorial College 14 to Mustangs Score in First and Last Quarters Only Friday November 30, the Mus- tangs met Price Memorial College In a hard and fast football game at the Mustang's corral. About four weeks ago this same team beat us, but last Friday the Mustangs won the fight by a final score of 14 to 0. The Price boys only had the ball in one play in the first quarter, before a touchdown was scored by the Mustangs, by a center rush. The ball was carried by Co-Capt. Blanton. Capt. Bird was good for the extra point, earring the ball accross. Some good runs by Ray I.uter, quarterback, and J. O. Goodger, together with some nice passes caught by Wayne Bagwell, made this first score possible. Claude's line opened up good sized holes on every play doing commendable blocking and running some beautiful enterefer- rence. During the second and third quarters a hard fight and good spirit was d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 November 1931

MM WANT ADS i h \ f WANTED—One dozen laying Pul- lets—Call 67. (DH) Have two good used tractors to trade for live slock.—Nelson Chev- rolet Company. 10-c FOR RENT—Two furnished Mams at $10 u month. See Mr:;. Mitchell, or phonc41. 10-c LADIES CALLING CARDS Tlve Claude News carries those punnel calling cards for the ladles of distinction. We will print as small a number as 25 cards on up to any amount desired. Call at The News Office for particulars or Phone 97. POSTED NOTICE This Is to notify the public that •11 of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not premltted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c Have two Rood used tractors to trade for live stock.—Nelson Chev- rolet Company. io-c What a feeling It Is to hear you say "That's a good Hamburger".— WAG-INN i4-c> ROYAL TYPEWRITER, In A1 Condition to sell at ONLY $35. Phone 97 and buy a real Typewriter Life Insurance at Cost Why Pay More? AMARILLO M. B A Policies Pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 November 1931

Claude News THOS. T. WAGGONER, Edtr-Ownr Entered at the Pott Office at Claude TexM, as Second Class Mall Matter. PUBLISHED HVERY FRIDAY Subacrlptlon Bates In Armstrong County, yea*.. jutslde the County, year PRESS Foreign Advertising R«pr«MWi« HE AMERICAN PRESS A3SOC1AT You can't make whit" spot feeling ing led. :0- This country still but you don't talk just now. your blue has notice it towi or big by :0: The depression at least brought out the real differ' between a job and a position. And next there will be an e production of candidates, w will only make matters worse. :0: They called It the "World" 1 not because all of the world Into it, but because the w world is having to pay for it. Modem youth is said to be an altogether diffe The thought occurs maby it's the Enf ve loping language, us that language. :0:- to You hear Much about "Killing incentive", Just because some editor write* about increasing the Income Tax and inheritance tax. Now this editor would not dis- courage Incen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 November 1931

I SECTION OF THE CLAUDE NEWS CLAUDE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1931 H mmm % ■2 . W ' hV;-" ' - samfSst .. V i W*' •' v*.J nfe™

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 November 1931

'the American Red .Cross ■n Action Above—Red Croat paid the grocery hill, and main- tained the health and morale of more than two mil- lion drought suf- ferers. Balanced ra- tioning and ample provisions pre- vailed. The Red Cross commanded the services of thousands of vol- unteers. It was an impressive demon- stration of neigh- bors helping neigh- bors. At right— Hot lunches for school children in the drought Colorful and strange is a field trip out of Manila. The native napa house is a real home that warmly welcomes the Red Cross nurae. at Bits of cheer Christmas time — 80,0 00 boxes spread good will and happiness round the world. An important phase of Junior activities. Men's classes are popular features Hygiene and Care of the Sick. of Home The American Red Cross was founded in 1881. It is, by Presi dential proclamation, the National Relief Agency. It is chartered by Con gress, headed by the President of the United States and supported by annual memberships. These memberships mak...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 November 1931

PRESS Ton can't nuke your town a white spot feeling blue or see- ing red. • i 8 :0: This country still has big men. but you don't notice it by their talk just now. :0: The depression at least has brought out the real difference between a job and a position. :0: And next there will be an ever- production of candidates, which will only make matters worse. :0: They called It the "World" War, not because all of the world was into it, but because the whole world is having to pay for It. :0: Modern youth is said to be de- veloping an altogether different language. The thought occurs to us that maby it's the English language. :0: "Coolidge is to blame fo- all of this," remarked Uncle Zek this morning as he took up another notch in his belt. "If he hadn't given tis all of that prosperity we wouldn't know we had any de- pression." :0: "Falling in love with God", was the subject used by R. 8. McKee. pastor of the First Presbyterian church of Clarendon last Sunday morning. Text: "Son give me t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 November 1931

:OWBOY SHOES AND COW- BOY BOOTS ARE DOWN.- arc only $6.75 Boots $10.00 I a full line of SWEET-ORR WORK CLOTHES .and .CLINTON .DRESS SHOES and Lion Brand work shoes and boots. Army & Navy Store 2M E. 4th St. Amarillo. Texas I The Cow, Sow and Hen Arc Our Friends That Winter Suit ! \ ► < < > Let us order your winter suit-a : good one at only $24.00 With TWO Pair of Paints Suit and Overcoat—Cleaned and | pressed for only 75c Johnson's Tailor Shop TURKEYS I See us before selling your Turkeys. We -p will pay the Highest Market price for 1 Turkeys, also pay the best market prices \ for your CHICKENS and CREAM. * FOX PRODUCE COMPANY New Low Prices For Glasses $15 Sewing and Reading Glasses All Complete $8 S17 Child's Glasses Fitted Complete ......... $11 $20 Adult Distance for All Wear Complete $12 $30 Bilocal (INVISIBLEi Complete $18 We duplicate any kind of lense and supply a wide range nf latest types of handsomely engraved White and Pink Gold Frames at Reasonable Prices Wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 November 1931

■H *]*■- - ;■ 'X. '■ ■ . t ■ •■■■ ^ : ■■ t; /v CLAUDE NEWS thine too need at • In Tha New* at only t ttt I zfm, — VOLUME 43 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 13, 1931. NUMBER M Armistice Day Program Held Sunday Nite In Claude Claude Churches Union Meeting At M. E. Church One of the most Interesting and highly patriotic programs of the season was put over at the First Methodist church In Claude last Sunday evening, under the direc- tions of pastor Wllklns. "Mils was highly enjoyed by a full house. The Churches of Claude, as advertised In last week's Claude News, decided to hold union services at the Methodist church and put on a program In honor of Armistice Day. which fell on Wednesday November 11th This, they did in a most interest- ing and enjoyable way. Each church of Claude was invited to take part. After a few songs were sung the program started when Mr. J. W. Puckett, Commander of Herold Gist Post No. 344, made a speach and called for "Buddy" Fred Church, to display...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 November 1931

Ef a Si - sflfS ymt -$a.SO PRESS AWOOATIOW n> Russia couples may be di- vorced at a cost of only $2.50. No wonder they have no depression over there. :0: The country Is full of community chest workers, unemployment re- lief commities, and our big men are telling us how to cure the depression, but nobody has come farward as yet to help us pay off our mortgage. :0: Utilize silver on a proper basts, and you will stop hoarding. If President Hoover and Secretary Mellon will realize that and act energetically, and promply, they will start business going, encour- age trade all over the world and especially amoung 1.000,000.000 human beings that have no gold. And incidentally they will meet wisely a very big danger for the Republican party in 1932. :0: After most of the farmer's wheat and cotton is out of their hands, wheat goes up from 21 cents a bushel to 60 cents, while cotton is advancing rapidly. It was ever thus, and will remain so until our farm- ers prepare themselves to hold the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 November 1931

pp Sale Bargains Saturday ' November 14th November Sale Closed Friday 13th To Arrange For Sale ill open Saturday, November 14th on our entire stock of all winter goods. Come make us a visit, as we will have many bargains to save you money on your winter needs in Dry Goods. x 'Ji # i Dress Prints 36 inches wide - All fast colors 13c Blankets Part Wool - Double Banket $2.75 value $1.98 Quilt Cotton Nice and white, full quilt size 59c Outing 36 inches, a real good grade, light and dark color 13c yd Cotton Blankets A nice large size $1.59 Ladies' Coats At almost your own price you want to pay. Men's Underwear Good weight underwear at 83c Men's Work Shirts A good triple stitch shirt. Blue only 49c Shoes! Shoes! A big reduction on all shoes. Now is he time to get your Shoes. Men's Wool Sox at 29c See the Values we have put on all Dresses. All men's Coats are Greatly Reduced. All Work Clothing Greatly Reduced. Our Store Will Be Closed Friday, November 13th To Arrange For Sale Many Other Ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 November 1931

daughter the chance TV d 1 \ "PICK OF THE ' PICTURES" Panhandle Texas — Friday and Saturday NOVEMBER 13 and 14 safe?1" TOM KEENE IN "Sundown Trail" s Preview Saturday Night Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday NOVEMBER 15, 16, and 17 HELLEN TWELVETREES IN "Bad Company" K r I Wednesday and Thursday NOVEMBER 18 and 19 ROBERT AMES AND MARY ASTOR IN "Smart Woman" Always good shows with the best of shorts. FOUR ROOM HOUSE—For rent, furnished or unfurnished. Phone 41. Mrs. Nan Mitchell. li-c *Y| LEFT my family in France and started bade across the ocean, j ggjalone. There was none of the thrill that usually comes with head- ing toward America, none of the joy of coming home. For a couple of days I was depressed. Everything I cared:for was behind me; I was sailing into silence. Then one day the wireless spoke. "Have arranged the following appointments for you/' my partner wired. "Tuesday after your arrival, Baltimore. Wednesday, Pittsburgh; Thursday, Friday, Chicago. Best wishes. Please confirm." I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 November 1931

■;$jp i'l ... ' 9t the Mad Consumers leave your or- tor your winter's *«Ml at once a* we wish another car and do not to throw it on the ground y, T. McLaren. 10-c FIVE ROOM HOUSE—Clow In. for rent lor ONLY $2.60 a week, Call VI. tf-c Have two good used tractors to trade for live stock.—Nelson Chev- rolet Company. io-c WANT to buy some good shoats weighing from 100 to ISO pounds —Nelson Orain Company. 10-c LADIES CALLING CARDS The Claude News carries tliose pannel calling cards for the ladies of distinction. We will print as small a number as 25 cards on up to any amount desired. Call at The News Office for particulars or Phone 97. POSTED NOTICE This Is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not premltted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c Have two good used tractors to trade for live stock.—Nelson Chev- rolet Company. io-c What b feeling It Is to hear yoti say "That's a good Hamburger...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 November 1931

MfifP nKyfiySB • *,«. tr&WBBSRlBMR HlPwSI I yoar winter smt-a | one at only $24.00 With TWO Pair of Paints I Suit or Overcoat—Cleaned and | pressed (or only 75c Johnson's Tailor Shop MARY ROBERTS RINEHART PALO DURO FURNITURE CO. Polk Street Amarillo New Low Prices For Glasses $15 Sewing and Rending Glasses All Complete $8 $17 Child's Glasses Pitted Complete $11 $20 Adult Distance for All Wear Complete $12 $30 Bilocal (INVISIBLE) Complete $18 We duplicate any kind of lense and supply a wide range Df latest types of handsomely engraved White and Pink Gold Frames at Reasonable Prices. Whenever we advertise Prices the Eye Examination. Lenses and Frames are Included in the Prices. DR. CLAUDE WOLCOTT, Oculist (Established 1894) Fourth Floor Oliver-Eakie Building. Amarillo, Texas I THERE IS NOTHING In the world that is as CHEAP. Wholesome or Health Giving as Good Pure Sweet Milk, and Pure Butter Milk and Butter. We deliver it at your door and it costs you no more. Call 111. SMITH BROS....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 November 1931

mm — .... >#%; . Mr. Baaiaaaa Mnt Tkiaa par «mt af ynr graaa Immh afcaaM W Mt uM* far aawapapar advartiaiar arary yaar. Try it aad your bwineaa will by laapa aad baaada. WWmmM¥"'if' '' ' '?fli'"'^:' •• ■.- -V .'''jU ' - {*■■•'■;. ■ •.■■'■'■■''.-■ _L li MAGAZI > ar, :wW«f V,**; >y■ '' ' ■ INE SECTION volume 43. |¥ft ■-.;■■ , \: Sp : - 'V V -,; • " CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1931. — WANT ADS at aaly U ■ ward wfB acll aoaMtfciaf for caak yaa hara abaat the placc or bring yoa aomethlng yoa need at a bargain. Try it ia The Claude Newa at only 2c par word. EwMifca Hi NUMBER 10. ft BUT,HlHO, ITS NJtDNlGHT —WE'D StoTER OUST SAY GOODNIGHT HERE at the Door %■ .'.::l!|f! I' I / AH,BUT,BUOND\E, (THE VJ\TCH\NG HOUR OP M\DN\GHT \S OUST "THE. RIGHT TIME TO TELL VOU WHAT'S IN MV HEART- LET ME COME IM .Blondie Registered U S. Patent Olfte - / (o OH,MO, IT'S JUST OPRCER CASEY visit ims MyRAjHE cook-go AHEAD WITH WHAT VOU WERE SAVING THAT? KITCHEN KITCHEN EVENING Ol...

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