Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, May 11, 1934 Page: 3 of 4
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tc A Day Operate* A Superfex
Vegetable Plant*—Tomatoes. Mc-
Oee, Earliana, Brake-o-day, Cab-
bage: early Jersey Wakefield, Sweet
Potatoes, Nancy Halls: 30c per 100
post paid. Pepper: Hot and sweet.
15c doz 50c Per. 100. Roots Packed
In wet moss. Guaranteed to reach
you In good condition. Mays Plant
Farm, Cladendon. Texas 36-c
Your kitchen In the logical place to keep cool. You can keep
It there day after day, THOROUGHLY CHII.LKD AND
WHOLSOME, If you have a Superfex Oil Burning Refrigera-
tor. Superfex economically keeps food fresh and pure, cold
and clean, Makes 32 large sparkling Ice cubes at a time, A
freezes Ice cream, ruts down food cost, saves trips to market, j
saves countless steps each day. A
Johnson - Price Company \
611 Fillmore, Amarillo, Texas |
The Oil Burning Refrigerator
DR. C. C. MASON,
401 Medical Arts Building
This Is to notify the public that
all the J. A. Pastures ore posted,
and hunting, trapping or fishing
is not permitted and all tresspass-
ers will be prosecuted.—CLINTON
HENRY, Ass't. Mgr. 12-tf-c
Don't wail and have Diseased
Fowls from Worms—and Losses
from Blood-Sucking Lice, Mites,
Fleas and Blue Bugs this Spring.
Begin NOW lo give STAR PARA-
SITE REMOVER in thtir drinking
water for both Fowls and Baby
Chicks. It will Keep them Free
of these destructive Parasites, their
system toned up, their health and
Egg Production at a very small
cost—or money refunded.—Ounter
Drug Store tf
i* A Bar
"Quarie" Hood is at tana from
Vernon, Texas where he
a few weeks.
Leroy Spangler of Lark tran-
sacted business in Claude last
Misses Lena Bell Barrel and
Mary Pat Timmons, of Lark, spent
Saturday with Claude friends.
Friends of F. M. Woodward, now
residing at Dallas, will learn with
regret the serious Illness of his
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Ma wijM ainllt a* ftJ
W. L. Holllngsworth, Ted Hugh-
lett and others have received their
delayed wheat checks first of this
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ledwig took
their little daughter, Marjorte Ann,
to Safet Anthony Hospital in Am*
arlllp Sunday to place her under
the care of a specialist, u was
first thought she was suffering
from malaria - fever contracted
while at Mineral Wells last win-
ter, but this theory has been dis-
carded. She had a blood trans-
fusion Monday. It is reported her
blood has too many white cor-
pusels and It is hoped the trans-
fusion will overcome this condi-
Mrs. Bryan Waggoner. Mrs. I.
N. Collins, Mrs. Alfred Reck and D „ ..
Mrs. Harold Nave and Miss Annie ?^rry held the offlce of County
E. P. Berry, candidate for Sher-
iff, Tax Collector and Assessor
of Armstrong County, called last
Saturday and got another box of
candidate cards he is giving out to
the voters of this County. Mr.
Smith were shoppers in Amarillo
L. I! GODWIN'
"Advertise Boys" Want-Ads Phone 97
Potter County Mutual
109-B W. 6TII AVE.
O. D. KERR, SECRETARY
Mrs. C. C. Gilbert and son, Jack,
came in Tuesday with produce
for the Claude market. Mrs. Gil-
bert says she is not raising turkeys
Mrs. C. O. Kight with her as-
sistants have charge of the Cap-
rock Hotel and Cafe until they
can lease this place to another.
i Commissioner of this county for
eight years, and had only one op-
ponent during that time. He pro-
poses, if elected sheriff to deal
with each and everyone, just as
fair and square as is possible to
do so. He expects to meet every
voter in the county, but should he
fail to see you, he will appre-
ciate your vote and influence in
the Democratic Primary, July 28ih
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Green Beans, pound
| Turnip Greens
Prunes, per gallon 28c
Peaches, per gallon 39c
Cherries, per gallon 49c
Whole Wheat Flakes, 2 packages _ 15c
Sugar, 10 lb. bag 48c
White King, large pkg. 28c
Pickles, sweet, quart 21c
Hamburger Meat, lb. 7£c
Beef Roast, per lb. 7|c
Travis puckett. east of Claude
was vi-.iting the news office Sat-
urday evening. He stated that the
crops were looking fine after the
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brady and
daughter, Mildred, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Judd Skaggs
at Panhandle. Mrs. Skaggs is the
daughter of Mr. and Mi's. Brady.
Gas and Headache
Mr. and Mrs. Bland Alexander!
left last week for Oklahoma City;
The Federated Clubs will meet
Saturday afternoon 2:30 at the
The main topic will be an ad
dress by Mrs. J. M. Crain on
"Tire Wise Use of Leisure".
The delegates to the State Con
veijtion will give their reports.
Everyone Is cordially invited
THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
md points in Northeast Texas, to
visit relatives and bring Mrs. J.
M. Alexander home. She has been
away several weeks visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom H. Davis of
The Christian Church of Claude
will have an exceptionally Good
Program Next Sunday morning, a
Mothers Day program, for those
who wish to attend.
Some Amarillo musicians have
Muleshoe. but for many years resi-1 agreed to furnish most of this pro
dents of Claude, being pioneers of Kram while Pastor Leslie Moore
this place, spent Sunday with
Claude friends. Mr. Davis handles
an elevator at Muleshoe.
T. J. Wright of Port Limon,
goes to Goodnight to preach the
Baccalatueate sermon for the
Goodnight High School Graduates
The Claude High School Bacca-
Costa Rica. Central America, is; laureate sermon will be preached
visiting with his Grandmother. I« the Baptist church by Rev.
Your Electric Refrigeration
Laughs At Heat Waves!
Stop worrying-you' 11 never have to give
another thought to the preservation of
your food supply when you have an e-
lectric Refrigerator. The temperature
in the food chambers remains almost
constant no matter what gyrations the
Weather Man dictates. In fact, the de-
crease in food spoilage is sufficiently
great to counterbalance in time the o-
riginal and operating costs of a mod-
ern and safe refrigerator!
What a pleasure it will be to have
refrigeration that helps rather than hin-
ders you in your work! A refrigerator
that will make ice cubes and frozen des-
serts, that will chill salads and other
foods -yet costs only a few pennies a
day to operate. Go to your dealer's
and learn what a new Electric Refrig-
erator can do for your home.
When you avoid eyestrain you avoid a multitude of possible
maladies of which the headache Is perhaps the most common.
Use the proper glasses for your eyes and you will help yourself
to far more effeclent work and more enjoyable play.
DR. T. M. MONTGOMERY
Optometrist and Optician
CM Folk St. Amarillo, Texas g
Don't let them gel a strangle hold.
Fight germs quickly. Creomulsion com-
bines 7 major helps in one#*'owerful
but harmless. Pleasant lo lake. No nar-
cotics. Your own (liuggim is authorized
lo refund your money on the spot if
voiir cough or cold is not relieved by
1 The proceeds from l'i acres of
, sweet potatoes paid the faming
expenses of J. H. Gonzales in
Jim Hogg county Inst year, the
county agent says. He harvested
4C5 bushels which sold for 50
cents iier bushel, and had several
hundred pounds of culls left for
Mrs. Charles Pattt rson, also hLs
aunt. Mrs. Marine Cobb this week.
T. J. Says it gets mighty hot
in Central America, at times.
Mrs. T. M. Washam and son,
Jack. U ft Wednesday of last
week for San Angelo, to place
Jack in the Sanitorlum for treat-
ment. Mrs. Warsham will stay for
some time to see the boy station-
ed. He is expected to fully re-
cover his health.
Our city water lank has been
treated to a new coat of paint.
Near the top of the tank we no-
tice the words "5c Beer". There
are places in Amarillo where 5-
cent beer Is sold. However, many
of them are getting 10 cents a
glass for beer.
The News man, his son, Noel,
and daughters, Prances and Mar-
iella, attended the Panhandle Press
Association meeting at Amarillo
Saturday, taking in the barbecue
and picnic dinner at the Pair
Grounds at the noon hour. The
Panhandle press meetings are not
what they used to be.
2c A Day Operates A Superft-v
MAY DAY IS HERE
Wlilirh brings us thoughts of SPRING T1MK, Flowers and
gardening. Wlifle these things come and go, we must eat three
times a day, rain or shine. Therefore we ask that you rive
us a chance to fill that next order for either Staple or FANCY
GKOCKIilES, fresh and fine. We also call your attention to
our large line of notions, where you inay select your needs
without going away from home. We carry men and boy's work
clothes at LOWER PRICES than you usually pay, which
means saving to you. Just a chance to figure that next bill will
please us and we will make it a saving to yuu.
C. R. GUYN, Prop. \
John Crow, pastor of the Metho-
dist church at Claude. This ser
mon will be at the First Baptist
Church as this building will ac-
comodate more people than any
other church house in town, and
a very large gathering is antici-
pated this year.
THE HOME INTEREST CLUB
The Home Interest Club met
with Mrs. F. A. Hood last Friday
with Mrs. J. H. Hollingshead as
The day was spent very enjoy-
ably quilting and visiting togeth-
er. A bountiful buffet lunch was
thoroughly enjoyed at the noon
hour. A short program was ren-
dered, Two songs were sung and
the lesson on "The Three Phases
of Christ's Life as outlined hi
the year book was given.
Those present were: Mesdatnes
Mathews. Hood Church, Turner,
Wilshlre, Hubbard. Barker, Moore.
Campbell. Hundley, Jackson. Mob-
ley. Leslie Moore, and the hostess.
We especially enjoyed having the
guests and hope they will Join
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC
WATCH FOR THIS CROSS
It Means the REAL ARTICLE
After services were over at the
Church of Christ Sunday, every-
body piled in cars and Paul
Hood's big truck, and went to
Dripping Springs where they
spread their dinner under the big
It was n wonderful day for a
picnic and everone seemed to en-
joy the occasion to the fullest,
especially the preacher and Paul
Rev. Clyde Riley filled his regu-
lar appointment at the Church of
Christ Sunday. He is a public
speaking teacher at Pampa. Mrs.
Saunders, Mrs. Tillet, Mrs. Ish-
melman and granddaughter. Ma-
rlon Shaw, all of Pampa, ac-
companied Rev. Riley over here.
It was their first trip to the can-
"THE FAIRVIGW BUSY BEE
Big Juicy Hamburgers
Real Good Chili
AT THE WAG-INN
Cheapest Laundry Service Obtainable
Washing Machine Service
At 4c per pound, Nothing Ironed.
Flat Work Ironed, 6c Per Pound.
We now give you a Service cheaper than you can do it at
n«! r . whether you have a washing machine or
not. Clothes returned ready to finish as desired.
Everything Washed in Soft Water
NO BUNDLES LESS THAN FIFTY CENTS
See either barber shop or call 97
Clarendon Steam Laundry
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE
It Pays To Look Well When You Meet
Vour Business Associates and Friends.
LET US FIX YOU UP
PALACE BARBER SHOP
W. A. McMurrv,
SHOWER Si TUB BATH 25c
4£ Per Cent Farm and Ranch Loans
A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned—
$3000.00 at 7 per cent interest is $210.00
$3000 00 at 4'a per cent interest is 135.00
Save the difference $75.00
It is a pleasure to explain our plan
CLAUDE NATIONAL FARM LOAN
A. V. NELSON, Sec'y
When you go to buy aspirin, Remember this for your own
just remember this: Every protection, 'l'ell your friends
tablet of real aspirin of
Bayer manufacture is
stamped with this cross. No
tablet without this cross is
GENUINE Bayer Aspirin.
Safe relief for headache, colds, sore throat,
pains of rheumatism and neuritis, etc.
Ganuin* Bayer Atplrln Do*i Not Harm tho Hmari
about it for their protection.
m. a. .
The Fairvlew Busy Bee Club
met with Mrs. Walter Robinson.
May 2. 1934, hi an all day meet-
ing. However on account of rain
only a few went before din-
ner. For the same reason Mrs.
Farl DeHart did not come from
Panhandle to demonstrate dress
Plans were made for our birth-
day social May 10. Some receipes
were brought for the club cook
book. More are wanted.
The afternoon was spent In cut-
ting and piecing a sample block
of friendship quilts.
The followng enjoyed refresh
ment served by the hostess: Mes
dames Bryant. Brown. KUlbrew,
Watson, Stalcup. Rodgers. C. C.
Stephenson. Osborn, Goad. Stone,
dlen Robinson, Crownover. and
Berry. Visitors; Celmons and Lylie.
Our next meeting will be with
Mrs. Grimes, May 9, 1IH- "Moth-
er" la the subject.—lUporter.
Sinclair motor oils
CopytigbleJ 1934 by Stmlair Ke fining Compare (lm .)
Agont Sinclair Hollnlng Company (Inc.)
M. R. BEST
Phone 57 Claude, Texas
Tune in Monday Evenings and hear 40 NBC
Stations Broadcast Sinclair Minstrels.
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