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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 September 1931

Wi UNt.liUAY f.KiKMNl., bl-.i' ii MI i K ft. JH31. PAMPA MORNING i'UST nvt OtHMONO G STO 11 Announcement is. made in a page ad in this issue of The PC1ST of big final close-out sale oi thb Diamond "C" store. O- W. Ferguson, manager, an- nounces that values will be offered during this sale that have never be- fore been equaed in the history ol Pampa. The stock absolutely must be sold before the first of October as the building must be vacated at that time. The sale is in charge of A. E. Welutraub, of Hastings Sales. Inc., Kansas City. Bouknight's Trial For Murder; Is Set HOUSTON, Sept. 0. Trial of F. L. Bouknight, secretary E3 T. P. Leo, Houston oil man, on a charge of being an accomplice in the "ride slaying" of W. L. Edwards, Houston aviator, more than a year ago, was sot today for October 26. Trial of Thomas H. Bull, former counsel for life p|prt commission, charged with lclony theft in con- nection with a navigation district real estate deal, was tentatively set for October 5. Ba...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 September 1931

^ > \.« % % % N WA "\ ' PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1931. | ' I V: P i;! I I I t t *. |y > l MHHRILLO PRO HERE FOR 60LF LESSONS Walter Sikes, Amarillo golf pro, will be In Pampa tomorrow giving Itttotii at the Reo Deer golf course, II A. Heath, owner and manager, announced last night. It will be Mr. Sikes' second visit to Pampa. He was unable to be here last Thurs- day because of the Amarillo Open tournament. The pro will be able to take two more "pupils" and the first two get- ting in touch with Mir. Heath at the golf course. Mr. Sikes laid out the Pampa course. He is professional at the Amarillo Municipal course. WICHITA FILLS NOSES OUT SHREVEPODT CREW WICHITA FALLS. Sept. 8. (At Yhe Spudders opened their lost home itand of the season here to- day when they won the series open- er from Shrevepoit 5 to 4 In 11 ln- Shreveport .000 903 000 00—4 13 1 W. Palls ...100 000 301 01-9 6 3 Two-base hits, Garms, Fuss, Bad- gro, Hungling, Oeygan. Three-bas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 September 1931

HI SECTION PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle VOL. 1, No. 224. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1931. PLAN TO ATTEND GRAY COUNTY FREE FAIR SEPT. 10, 11, 12. / E FIVE CENTS Gray County Women Will Have Large Part In Local Fair Displays FREE FM IS TO OPEN THURSDAY GIVING T ME TO I EVENT MISS MYRTLE MILLER HAS BIG PART IN PLANS Activities of Gray county's wom- en will be displayed In tangible form the last three days of this week In the Mitchell building, for- merly occupied by the Masters cafe. This exhibit is to be the best col- lection of articles representing the life of Gray county people ever ex- hibited. General plans for the women's and children's department have been made by Mrs. A. B. Goldston, chairman, and Mrs. O. H. Booth, assistant chairman. Booths have been erected through- out the building and will be color- fully decorated by those In charge of the various exhibits. Triangle for Flowers la the cent...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 September 1931

i : fAOI PAMPA morning post WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1931. Horning Bdltlon of (tat Pimp* Dally NNl The pampa morning" Post Qf 1 fUblUhsdinontings (•Wishing company, Wire on-Warrsn r VID 1L WARREN 8. (BOB) BRASHEARS. E. H INKLE R. POND... .Omaral Manager Business Manager Managing Editor Advertising Manager paper and alio the local news published herein. All rights for re- publication of special dlspatchei herein also are ■ "■* Entered as second-class matter October 1.lMO at the post offtee at ftBtpa, Texas, under the Act of March S. lift. SCBSrUTTfON KATES with tPTTON to the PAMPA MORNING POST In Combination MPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. M ith (News and Post) -g c, (Nsw juncl Adj^Wng' OraattM One Tear (News and Post. Including Sunday) jM SSt Months (News «hd Post, including Sunday.. Fbree Months (News and Post, Including Sunday) • e • e • e • 9.78 ... MB Pampa News and Post TELEPHONES AM and 601 NOTICE—It b not the Intention of (his newspaper to cast reflection ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 September 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9. 1931. TO MABEL MCELLIOTT i * BEGIN HERE TQpAY Liane Barrett, 18 and, beautiful, tries in vain to forget Van Robard, wealthy polo player, when his en- gagement is announced „t,o Muriel Ladd. popular debutante. Liane s mother, Cass Barrett, i& afi actress and it is during Cass' engagement in stock at a fashionable* Long isl- and colony that the Battetts meet Mrs. Cleespaugh, wealthy widow. When Cass goes on tour in the fall Liane becomes Mrs. Cleespaugh's so- cial secretary. Clive CleeSpaUgh, the 0 widow's only son, asks Liane to mar- w ry him. Clive cannot inherit his father's fortune unless he marries before he is 25. Liane accepts, agree- ing the marriage is to be' a matter of. form only. 1 ; Tressa Lord and her sister, Mrs. Amberton, come to visit tile Clees- paughs and Tressa, wh<fc wants to marry Clive, begins to mdce trouble for Liane. Tressa conniwft unsuc- cessfully with a gang *iof black- mailers. Later Liane is kidnaped to be held for ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 September 1931

I • 1 tl • I It >tl 11II < <t 11 )■ ■ V~. V V rVvl PAGE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1931. 9 1 r I * l(if« r II I I I I p I i i \ \ [ 4 THREE WOMEN LEAD BATTLE FOR CITIZENSHIP RIGHTS LEAGUE OF NATIONS WILL DECIDE MATTER By SUE McNAMARA WABHINOfTON, Sept. 8. <A>> - Three American women have been engineering the campaign in Gen*; eva which it is hoped will result in equal nationality right for women, the world over. Hie League of Nations will de- cide the matter at its September1 meeting. If it adopts the recommen- dations drafted by its consultative committee lor women at Oeneva in July, it means that women of all countries will no longer be de- prived of their nationality rights when they marry foreigners. Back of the stupendous task of compiling report* from 90 coun- tries and in rousing women the world over are three strong per- sonalities: Alice Paul, a quiet little woman of Quaker ancestry who dresses in shades of violet and grey and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 September 1931

J GOOD MORNING—Oklahoma fixed up Texas' oil and bridges, Louisiana seems to be running our cotton farms, so it might be proper for Kansas to setti PAGE THREE THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. PAMPA MORNING POST J Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle "Y GRA"i l P SEPIT «DUEL VOL. 1, No. 225. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1931. (4 Pages) PACIFIC FLIERS LONG FARMERS INVADE HOUSE TO URGE COTTON REDUCTIO S01QNS DEBATE IE N'S PLAY STICS RY pt. 9. I/I'! — «r won over nning pitch- wd enabled vs to split. imes with In ad- Lound, dins E ^C/Q^OCCCTY SUSPECT SEVERAL BILLS ARE m INTRODUCED FOP, CONSIDERATION SOI URGE HALF YIELD. WILL ENHANCE VALUE j OF PRESENT CROP IF PASSED AUSTIN. Sept. 9. iTP) — Farmers j wearing blue jean* and cotton shirts invaded the legislature today to I plead with the house of rcpresenta-; lives for speedy action oil a cotton | acreage control bill. While a band was playing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 September 1931

PAMPA MORNING POST wordPuszle land rlvtr deef mala i-; Hpanlati Hon of Yaatarday's Russia 7 □no □□□un auuau □□□□□ uqljuu uuuuu □CILJ aan no □ aaaaa □□□ no nrjn □□□ □□□MU □□□□□ utau [inticirinn □ □□unm ann unu □□□ Liannu inaraua □[■1 L1LJLJ [JMHU H UUrJULJ □□□ n aaQariciLina □na □□□□□ 91. I . u. M ;r if ij* "pi i * ;>n| lower* of the genua Dtanthu* •>> Mend Kecompeneee French river Hlatorlral Ptrlodi Kxfllamallon to ill attention 40. Bin, inf rnedU rlne . 47. Food '* 45. Kind the total of 41. Swain 41. S w: comb. form 4*. Automottv fun I: colloq, 50. Upright J 61, Half aeora f -v.i v. f DOWN Vehicle on . wheel* ■vi Unity Different Thick Kury Grow eld Myself 4 Mpring flower i Solitary rooking utensil 11. Poem II. Direction U. Native uiet so. Military armored motor e«re„- Aromatic me (Jot up (loei down county In' Hoot lan*' 35. Rock T. Obey* to. Bupemater •rant a *1. nothing i, It. Kqual: oomb, form II. consider < IE. Take* oue'a way 17. Article of apparel II. Short for t A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 September 1931

/^vvvyvVy w* rwrw * ¥ rw*in 0 THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, ! 31 I PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE BUTTLE FROM S • I • BROOKLYN IS HELD TO ONE RUN IN GAME WITH PIRATES PITTSBURGH, Sept. 0. —'The Pittsburgh Pirates stretched their winning streak to eight games in a row today as they trimmed Brook- lyii 5 to 1. Tne Wane# brothers were the stars of the Orates' at- tack, Lloyd cracking 01$ # homer and two singles while Paut was drtv- in two run? in the third Inning with a single. P HROOKLYN- ABRRO A E Frederick, cf ... 3 0 0 5 0 1 Bressler, If 4 0 1 0 0 0 Herman, rf 4 0 0 2 0 0 Bissonette. lb .4111100 Finn, 2b 3 0 1 2 3 0 Reis, 3b 3 0 1 2 1 0 Slade, ss 3 0 0 1 5 1 Lopez, c ..3 0 1 1 0 0 Heimaeh, p ... .3 0 0 0 3 0 Totals 30 1 5 24 12 2 PITTSBURGH— AB R H O A E L. Waner, cf 4 3 3 3 0 0 Jensen, If 4 1 2 7 0 0 Grantham, lb 3 0 0 7 0 l Traynor, 3b ... . 3 1 0 0 0 0 P. Waner, rf ... .4 0 1 6 0 0 Plet, 2b 3 0 114 0 Sankey, ss 3 0 0 3 3 0 Phillips, c 3 0 0 0 0 0 Meine. p 30001 0 Totals - 30 5 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 September 1931

IS- PAGE POUR PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10. 1931. rsd Morning Bdltlon ol thu ramps DUly N«m THE PAMPA MORNING POST NBOB OP Vtn AA0OCIATBD Published morntngt except 8u Publishing company, 333 West ISOCIATBD PRBSS-PuU UUM Wirt Sunday end Monday by tha Nunn-wamn est Foster, Ptmpa, Texas DAVID M. WARREN General Manager R. 8. <BOB) BRASHEARS Business Msnai DUN E. HINKLE M&naginf 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. Entered u second-clam matter October 1. 1M0 at the poet office at ■nierea as secona-ciaas mauer uctooer i. i Pampa. Texas, under the Act of March 3. lilt. grBAnUPTTON RATIS By Carrier la Push to Ote PAMPA MORNINO POST In Combination with ULV NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. SU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 September 1931

GOOD MORNING—The eyes of Pampa rivals will be on the Harvesters this afternoon-let's show the lads the eyes of all Pampa fans are also upon them. J THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle PLAN TO ATTEND CRAY COUNTY FREE FAIR SEPT. 10, U, 12. VOL. 1, No. 226. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1931. (8 Pages) LOWER GAS RATE PRICE FIVE CB%r ACCEPTED WIFE OF RICH YACHTMAN RELATES TALE OF HORROR LEGISLATORS ARE DIVIDED ON COTTON ACREAGE REDUCTION I A 1 f Iv i huey long is attacked PART FAVORING FULL CURTAILMENT OF COTTON YIELD OTHER SMS WAITING FARMERS PERMITTED TO EXPRESS VIEWS ON SITUATION AUSTIN, Sept. 10. i/P) — Texas' pink granite capital tonight was a battleground for two factions seek- ing cotton relief legislation to which the entire south looked for a prece- dent. One group bitterly relented the radio "invasion" of Texas by # Governor Huey...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 September 1931

■jt n p [r r Ml TWO I'AMPA MOKNINi; P >ST FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT1M1E* 11, 1931. MMffiSTER TO OPE* KASOR WITH CLAHENDOK BBORCOS m vie rid park CAPTAIN GLAM3NDON REPORTED TO HAVE STRONG MACHINE 111] ft reel* in Pampa will lead to r vaster park, north of the Cook this afternoon when the high school Harvesters open fcl football season playing the Broncos. Coach odus ' will use ten lettermen to 1 game. The only new man rank* will be Paul Hill. 215- pound fullback who tomes from Port Worth. Kahl. Martindalc and Captain Hay Chastaln will all get a chancc oglling signals Kahl is back in the lineup alter suffering from a brok- en finger. The starting line will be combMed of Poe (captain), center; Vteamaci and Schmidt, guards; Paf- (6ng gnd Burch, tackles, and Moore atid VocO, enda. . there will be plenty oi su'ustltu- titm during the game as the coach ig anxious to see all his men in ac- tion. Among the first (substitutes to jrtied *111 be Wayne Kelley. Red SaaL Don Tate, Norvell Stevens, I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 September 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THUS tr Classified f Advertising Utiles Information All Want aas are strictly cun nd are acepptcci ovur the phone with the positive understanding that the account ts to be paid when our collector rail. MKINB YOUR WANT All TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker will receive your Want-Ad, helping you wore ie. All Ads for "Situation Want- ed," "Lost and Found" are cuh with order and will not lw ac- AfWPted over telephone. ▼ Out-of-Town aaverutftne. earn I with order. I The New-Post reserve* the . light to classify all Want Acts under appropriate headings and to revise or withhold from pub- lication any uopy deemed ob- jectionable. Notice of given in tin . .. *ny error must be given in time for correction be- fore second insertion. In ease of any error or an omission in advertising of any natiire The News-Post shall not be held liable for damages fur- ther than the amount received for such advertising. NEWS-POST LOCAL RATE CARD E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 September 1931

i M. If PAGE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1931. WINNERS IN CLUB WOMEN'S CONTEST ARE ANNOUNCED ****** ****** * * * * * * ****** ****** ***** •! # # First Baptist Church Women Vote To Cooperate In Welfare Activity ^ ~~ ^ 1*1 nftnn -U _ PERSONS FROM ILL PIRTS 4-H PANTRY ATTRACTS ATTENTION OF VISITORS "Preserve the lood supply of the country," urges the president's emergency committee, and the ad- vice is being taken throughout the nation. That Gray county families plan to "live at home' 'this year is indicated by the large exhibition of canning in the banquet hall of the Mitchell building In connection with the Oray county lair. A 4-H pantry containing enough food to last a family of five for three months is drawing much attention of visitors, and the walls are lined with individual canning and sewing exhibits. Prizes throughout the home dem- onstration department have been awarded, but those for sewing have not been tabulated. Prize-winners in the various cann...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 September 1931

931. D y she not eag- nuik 1 e i" y 3 FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST /////✓>//// t 4 + 4 t A PAGE FIVE # # Watch for Our Big 4 Page Circular Which It Being Distributed; to Your Home Today! "Others Ask $1.79 [for Such Lovely All Silk Lingerie" —If. W. Brown "Not the ordi- nary $1 Linge- rie but the best pure Silk. Lin- gerie I've ever sern anywhere ui.tr this price! Luce trimmed! Step-ins, pun- ties, chemises, dance sets in pastel shades!" u25 More Rug, Better Quality, Than Others Sell for $1*00!" —.1. MeClellun LirnP to a Customer! "Nine inches longer limn others .sell at $1! 24x45-in.— washable, re- iersible cotton Chenille Hug! In green, blue, i' e s e, orchid. Fringed. A real valiif " /The Biggest Bargain In a Flashlight Ever Offered!*' "Others Ask $1 Each for Girls' Dresses of Such Style Cf Quality!" -II. C. Forster Brown "Would b e priced low at double. Nickel plated. H o I il s ft cells. 1200-ft. runge. H a nj{- up ring. Bulb and 5 cells in- cluded "...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 September 1931

>> * w v, iPMUM* PAMRA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTKMMJt 11, 1M1. 1 fc Come on Harvesters-Win Your First Game! We Are All For You... POOL, Left End. PAFFORD, Left Tackle. SCHMIDT, Left Guard. FREEMAN, Right Guard. POE, Center. BURCH. Right Tackle. MOORE, KAHL, Quarter. MARTINDALE, CHASTAIN, (Copt.) Left Half. HILL, Fullback. RROWNbilt Shoe Store Joe mi/i, "I'm for the learn 100 per cent!" La Nora and Rex Theatre Alex" nays, "We arc counting on You!" Carters Men's Wear Carter sayst "Rope the Hrpncou" Friday, Sept. 11 4 p. in. Firs tGame of the Season Harvester Park 4 P* m. First Game of the Season PAMPA HARVESTERS —vs - CLARENDON Broncos t Clarendon is the Fastest Class B Team in this part of the state this year Get a Line on Your 50C Home Town Team! 50C VX- Clarendon 1 Broncos rr > -f. REHRENS, Left End. MORRIS, t Left Tackle. j, WATSON Left Guard. t * ri WAITERS, Center. BENSON, /ttgr/if Guard. EASTERLY, Right Tackle. MARTIN Right End. ANDIS, Quarter, RED), McMAHAN, h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 September 1931

IjRlDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 11, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE SEVEN Daily Croas-word Pmal# DIANA DANE I in li' n.,rU Hps l^of 11 I'strni DfVIr* Anyway, That's How She Fee's by Dun FioAcri ACROSS 1. StMl 4. Large' c«nil>. form ! **•* iu rhurrli Solution of Yciterday'e Puzzle it. Organ or ln-ai - l*. Mlrtake It. Flr t name of the le the "I Thi«\i II. m In 17. AieSempl it. irUftnd If, Petition th* Iradrr of the "Koriy Thie\ «*" 'Irop* Ilahetl Moils !. Inquire It. Behold it. Not rlforoiu or aevere M. Note of th« aeale M. City in New Tork State St. Toper 11. Range of knowl •age M. Rgtreme fear M. Part of coat M. Metal S7. Supper 47. J.mv gatler 4M. Above: |i< r.t. r t>. T.lno of l.vpu in one piocu i.n. lr.-;ptiv'« it. 7i.v-iir..;'.j ] '1 ijfi'nl f, t! enu* 1'i-ar M. Aiitf- .«. ■ m uriiiinf iiaui ... - . sV M#i 4C. Adhesive . In..ri raaa □□ □ara on TIP 1L IP It 5 uuan AN 0 It. AMIoue 40. Alone <1. Plant* of IV (•mis Mr. it. Hllht: abbr. 44. Offer DOWN 1. Searlet 2. Wontirii pro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 September 1931

PAGE EIGHT PAMPA MORNING POST A- Morning Edition of the pimp* Dally Nm THE PAMPA MORNING POST ynon ■ i 1.LLJLW ^UDUUiKi man Publishing com OF TIB ASSOCIATED PRESS-FUll Lewd WW moraines except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Wi company, 322 West Foster, Pampu. Tex .a. Una DAVID M. WARREN R «. (BOB) BRASHEARS OUN E. HINKLB PHILIP R. POND Manager Manager Managing Editor Advertising Manager General .Business to the we for publication otherwise credited in thU * The Associated Press is exclusively entitled gj? ssr^szcs^x f- - publication of special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered as second-class matter October J.1M0 at the pass office at pampa, Texas- under the Act of March 3. IIW. Uone tij MABEL M'tlllOTT*" <• ' K tU U*VM gUB8C«IPnON KATES ON to the PAMPA ^RNl5ffR>BT In OotnbtnaUon with ■BMS8S1VR "Vtit jftsis —'— and Sunday). Morning, Evening and Sunday. By Mall OmsMe of Gray ai Tear Ofews and Post. Including Sunday)., "is (News and Post, Including Sunday.. >ths (New...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 September 1931

GOOD MORNING—The Arkansas Baptist deacons must feel rather funny going to church with a row of machine nuns around the tabernacle—and a Texan caused it all. J THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. PAMPA MORNING POST PLAN TO ATTEND OR A V COUNTY FREE FAIR SEPT. 10. U. 12. Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle o m VOL. 1, No. 227. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 12, 1931. ( 6 Paget) PRICE FIVE CENTS HUNDREDS KILLED BY HURRICANE KEY FIGURES OF 01 L INDU ST R Y DISCUSS IMPORTS HUEY LONG'S "COTTON BABY" GETS SPANKED BY STERLING o • 0 0 i6he/g^urerrv READY TO HOP Evidently the ministers of the country have hern overlooking an opportunity in t ailinc to preach more agriculture. The Bible is very specific on the subject of soil conservation, and certain legisla- tors have been dumfounded by the ! scriptural argument of some of their political enemies. ♦ * * Nature* Idea The whole of nature is organized i ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 September 1931

%. #' • 4U# . # PAMFA mqrninc POST SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12 ,18ai. f v ' | it:- Daily Cross-word Puzde DIANA DANE Tii^v*rk fU4 \*i.\i*4 n 0e,i A New Meaning To That Old Adage by Don Flowers ACMOM 4. Judge* i', art Modi I. MMxnrinc lit- rv Bit 1: i «•« *p«>t - *U Ir l! ri p*li iv ki- s«!u'.i«n of Ycttcrday's Puzzlt R 0 IM[ATC W IE (R M feUlini i fc U.M* t SUlft . 4«al : □□ Q0 □q an □no nan as □□□ snaae DDI □□a naa nnanaa Hnaaa unci ana rionm 0T? aaaaaoB osa nor? anaaa Bjnrt atiD Liatun II D AM TBI jg'E. v;E'R!S'oma'M'TI fp' ^ * k£r~- DOWN !. PfTSLii.nz • in- ! ; fi ?! ti k *f •K jMrjftric I T'.rf. mirt . tr to j**ty Es# lo«l fMC i arora 4. IPO* 1J. Killed I*. «t* r profit ;v. Kibylbri «n divinity H. Not < «* «!+' ud li! #viflK ift sympathy pimtttrtly -V **ou«uJ * tiu •arrow tohrlc . Papal araj* XI. Ir-. urm o>«t>-U r>4*4 Maw n. KpaB h ItnUtHiJll 24. 0*ijghlf Ji It* db 34. AU>v JT. Wry bto k •o!ar d. k 4#. O^crilk Mio 4J. *lo 9 \*a«i 4v. I>ra* t 'fh 4*. Trap...

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