Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, September 11, 1936 Page: 4 of 4
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OUR WANT ADSli
Want Ads 8c a word. 35c J;
Want Ads 2c a
ICE - ICE - made of distilled
water, delivered at your home by
the HOOD ICE COMPANY. tf
FOR SALE—A Living Room
Suite, slightly used, In A-l condi-
tion— R. E, BLANTON, Claude, tf
INSTRUCTIVE FACTS TO AID
• Mrs E. C. Green, of North Car-
olina, tells of Interesting resultsob-
tsiined from the use of TAFl a
A3THMALEHE An honest, worth-
while product that lies been used
for over 60 years to relieve the
paroxysms of Asthma and 'irlta-
tions of the Bronchial tract. Asth-
malcne is sold only by your local
druggist, inexpensively. However
send for freo Instructive booklet
entitled Facts to B. S. McKean
Trr Laboratories, Dept. CL, Mam-
eioneck, N. Y. Free. No obligation^
Refuse substitutes. z p
THE PERFECT FUEL
Heating and Cooking
SAFE — CLEAN — CONVENIENT
Producers Utilities Corporation
Distributors of Natural Gas in the Cities
of Claude and Goodnight, Texas
H. E. MUSSER, Res. Mgr.
G. D. CALDWELL, Cash.
Low Fares to the Big
See the two great shows Texas is
staging for all America; The Cen-
tennial Exposition, Dallas; Fron-
tier Centennial, Fort Worth.
Low daily rates now in effect
First Class $1235
On Sale Daily - Limit - 30 days
First Class $Q55
Coach 61 <
Allows Saturday. Sunday and
Monday at the Expositions
First Class $1365
On Sale Dally - Limit - 30 days
First Class $10^
Coach 68 i
■aimpI Secretary—Dorothy Jo Benton
| Treasurer—Norma Gale Holder-
Sarah Jovene Moore was
ed Mascot of the squad
frftshmenta were served to the
following: Mary Jane Corbln, Nova
Lee Luttrell, Willie Mae Kem;j,
Mel-vine Kisenhaur, «>ra lvlae Har-
ris, Dorothy Jo Benton, Margaret
Doak, Donna Gene Green", Edith
Blackwood, Mildred Bhv kwood,
Mis. Blackwood. Averlll H ilman,
Bill Lewter, Qorln Rutherford, Mil-
ton Gooch, Vernon Sublnt.t, Wil-
bert Bagwell, Doyle Walker, Wil-
liam Harris, Guy Rlackwcod, Mr
Morris, Mr. Smith and the hostess,
On September 2nd the Sopho-
mores had their first class meet-
ing. We elected our clns3 officers
and sp- nsor The officers were:
President—Flo yd \V« - lfi«> 8:1
Vlce-Pre,3- Mary Jane Kerr
Secretary -Janice 13-ifwell
Treasurer—Margaret Sewi 11
Reporte.- -Knthryn Desk
Serg -at-Avms—Noi-ene MvM ",•
Room Mothers -Mvs. Blackwood
and Mis. Doak.
The following committees were
PrcJ ramCommittee: P4ithBlack-
wood, Pauline Dodge, E'nno Barrett
end Thome-> E Watson.
Social Committee: Helen Tyler
Walter Hunt and Wayne Bailey.
We intend to have f. lively Soph-
omore Class this year.—Reporter
Sunday a very interesting pro-
gram was given by the Epworth
League, at the Methodist Chuich,
consists of thirty-three with Miss Margaret Doak as leader.
MUSTAN G S
MUSTANGS PREPARING TO
Allows Saturday, Sunday and
Monday at the Expositions
All regular equipment air condi-
tioned. Ask local agent for full
FORT WORTH %
U A I L W A ¥
j The Mustangs of Claude
j School have finished the
I week drills^ preparii g for
opening game, September 11,
Twenty-five boy- have
' for practice. Including nine
men, who arc:
E Bailey W Bagwell. C. Smoth-
ermon. B Harm, D. Walker ..
! Wiseman. M Howe, J McParland
and M. Gooch.
i This year's squad will be led b ■
! Milton Gooch. captiau.
The season's schedule is the
I Sept. 11 Ala need at Claude,
j Sept. 18 at Clarendon oite5ame>|
i Sept 25 Phillips at Whtttenbeigi
j (conference game)
i Oct 2 Happy at Claude.
Oct. 9 Panhandle at CHude (con-
Oct. 16 Canyon at Claude.
Oct. 23 (open date)
Oct. 30 Groom ?.t Claude (con- j
Nov 6 White Deei at Claude
(conference g a me i
Novembor 13 Miama at Miam
, conference game >
Nov. 20 (open ante)
| The Pep Squad 1.. > organize -
nd fourteen new members have
I ;een added. The" expect to do
I .oat things this year an ! to have
,pt-j squad ever. The following
members, including the three lead-
ers. The new members are: Imo-
gene January, Dorothy Mildred
Grimes, Lela Worlcy, Mary Fran-
els Be-t, Georgia Lee Bonifield.
| Helen Tyler, Minerva Ann Wilson,
| Edith Blackwood, Jenola Crown-
lover Norma Gale Hclderman, Ma-
deline Ledwig Mauvine Hood. Al-
'ine Bradley The eld members are.
Kathryn Doak, Janice Bagwell.
Margaret Sev.'.il. Earline Weaver,
Loir.a Fs.ye Lickey Evelyn Foote.
lo Francis Worlev, Jeanell Best,
Minnie Mie Sprinkle, Ruby Fran-
. t- Lauderdale, Louise Turner,
Pauline Blackwood, Mervlne Elsen-
High lour. Mary Jane Corbln. Genia
third Chauveaux, Nova Lee Luttrell
the Dorothv Jo Benton. Margaret Doak.
with Donna Gene Greene. Plans are be-
ing made to initiate the new mem-
i • Dorted bers into the Pep Squad. ENTERTAINS
leuer- Always remember that the Pep
Squad is backing the Football
Team and will be out yelling for ^
them friday, when they play Alan-. league at the
resd, here. lit was called a
ENROLLMENT OE CLAUDE Hl
Songs—"Count Your Blessing
"There Is Power in the Blood
Scripture, Acts 5:23. 34-38-48.
Talk—He Belonged tc the En-
emy by Minerva Ann Wilson.
Talk—The boy who was sold for
a horse—Marvin Miller.
The rich man who went through
the needle's eye—Mary Jane Ken.
The gill who wanted Luck, for
Thanksgiving—Donna Gene Greene
The man who fought for truth
There was twenty-two present
Everyone enjoyed the program vei..
Everyone come next Sunday a'
7:00 o'clock and be a member ol
poultry director. Hundreds of coun-
ty farm agents and vocational agr-
ty farms agents and vocational ag-
ricultural instructors have eombm-
terprise to make it the biggest jun-
ior poultry event ever staged in
Mr. and Mrs. Maclc Carter, of
Chanr.ing, and Mr. and Mrs. Ma-
ples, of Pampa, were visiting In
the home of Mr. and Mrs. F N.
Carter, over Sunday.
Mrs. Patching, ci Clarendon, and
Mr. and Mrs. Craig, cf Perry ton.
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Mrs. Kntler, of Amarillo, was
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. J. Ray.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. S. Newberry
and family spent last week with
relatives and friends In Lubbock.
Mr. and Mrs. John Majors, of
Groom, were vlsi'ing his sister,
Mrs. J B. Roy, Sunday
Davis Brrrow was transacting
business in Amarillo Friday.
I Mr. O'Re.ir. our school tupeiln-
Jtendent, started school on Mon-
|day, but his mind wasn't exactly;
cn school, as he was a proud j
father of an eight pound boy, born;
Sunday, Sept. 6, 1336.
Mis. Parks and son, Davie, are
back home frcin Ruldoso, N. w
i Mexico, where she has been spend-
ing the summer at her tourist
Billy L 'lgbine, f Washburn, is
attending school at Goodnight. |
Mrs. B. L. Ransom and her
mother, Mrs. C. Wolf, went to I.a-
verne, Oklahoma last Friday Mrs.
Ransom returned home this week
but Mis. Wolf will remain for a
This year, as never before, the political campaigns will
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Farmer s Grain & Implement Co.
Phone 37-B Claude, Texas
There were 121 pupil
in the Claude Hgh School,
were 63 girls and 58 boys
than at this time last year.
The new pupils are;
Rubv Mae Shlpp
CI rence Patterson, Jr.
R T Wood
rir.h'IORS F.N TERTMNED
Tuesday night. Aug. 25th
Pauline Blackwood entertained the
-Bean Party" lack
and the Bean Stalk spelling the
word bean and putting beans into
la jar with the left hand and a
enrolled1 tea spoon
The Claude Public Library offers
a number of new books
"The Texas Rangers by Walter
Pre:cott Webb Is a book everyone
will want to road. It Is the story
of the gieatest body of man hun-
t^rs ever assembled In Amebic*
and is completely authentic. The
author says of the Rangers "They
combined the fighting qualities of
three races; they could ride like
Mexicans; trail like Indians; shoot
like Tennesseans; and fight, like.
Charles Goodnight, Cowman and
Missjpialnsman, by J F.vetts Haley is
more than a biography of a man
,ne of our own pioneers—it is
-: Big Juicy Hamburgers
SANDWICHES, COFFEE CANDY,
Wag = Inn
There! After the games a very
More ing program was enjoyed. After this
the following enjoyed sandwiches
■cookies, lemonade and little favor.
I of men made out of candy bean.',
Janice Bagwell, Edith Blackwood,
Fred Jones, Mrs Ford, Mr Gates
Elsie Yelton. Helen Henderson
Oca Mae Harris. Mr Laycock, Mi
L-ycock, Edna Yeltcn, ICothryn
Doak. Alnsworth Gates, Gene, Bil
ly and Bobble Laycock Betty Jane
Gates and hostess, Miss Paulina
B. D WALKER, Agent,
and leader.", were elected
the background of our own soli
part of our own tradition.
"All Over Again" by Ruby M.
Ayers, a story of enthralling ro-
mance, will hold It's readers at-
lnterest- tention from beginning to end.
-Women In White" by Peter De-
lius, Is a story ot nurses, doctors
and patients in a private sanator-
ium It is not a story of pain, nor
is it tragic, except in so far as the
end of life itself is tragic. It is
lomantic beceuse it tells of love,
.plendld because it tells of cour-
ag^' _ „ ,
"In The I.and of Cotton by
Dorothy Scarborcugh tells the
story of Rena Llewellyn, her sunny
childhood, picking up the folklore j
ind songs from the negro field
hands on her father's plantation |
her friendships, her romance and
4 Per Cent
1st Leader Donra Gene Greene | the Seniors Friday night, Sept
2nd Leader—Evelyn Foote
3rd Leader—Margaret Sewell 1 one had f
What the young farmers of Tex- through Jt all runs the story
us Oklahoma and Louisiana an- cotton.
rsi* rts: rs •
4 H club and Future Farmers of .ill not disappoint lis readers. The
v ie toec staS The show will Lory is based on one of the mo
two weete, sept, a to flppt. desperate bloo:l tefds ta Lie annajs
24 tlie lonccst period ever devot-jCf i fi ' VfJ
FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS
Claude National Farm Loan Ass n.
A. V. Nelson, Sec.-Treas.
5 imperial Barber Shop
(THE SHOP THAT APPRECIATES YOUR TRADE)
Call on us when in need nt Barber Work
We carry a complete line of Hair Tonic Shampoo and
SHOWER AND TUB BATHS 25c LAUNDRY AGENCY
by Carolyn Wells In th
Patty finds herself plunged totb
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The boys will find ' i m c it
the readers of the Patty land His Planet Stone' by
there is "Patty's Friends" ' Appleton and they will no, I
> inted in till
i ii, , (,,: ihe little tots the libr-
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Amarillo, 8ept, 11—Discontinu-
ance cf planning activities on six
rural resettlement projects of the
resettlement Administration in
Region Twelve wa. announced to-
day by Ralph E Will, chief of the
rural resettlement division. How-
ever, enly three of these projects
were active *t the date of thei.
WOMAN'S DEVEI OPMF T fit
Thursday, oept. 11th,
at 2 30 p. m. (promptI
Hostess—Mrs. W. T. Christian,
Leader—Mrs. R A. Campbell
: Book Review :
"The home withcut book3 is as
a tody w!.hout a soul"
ta) What merlto a PulltIzer prize
Miss John Ei!a Ha thorn
(b) Life of Author and Criticism
of book—Mis. Judge Davis.
(c) Review of buck—Mrs. J F
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Waggoner, Thomas T. Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, September 11, 1936, newspaper, September 11, 1936; Claude, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth348640/m1/4/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Richard S. and Leah Morris Memorial Library.