Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, July 5, 1935 Page: 3 of 12
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OUR WANT ADS
Want Ads 2e a word. 25c
minimum. 20 << off after
The Ready Cash
Mm. Max Wade, nd imtll
diiug'iUji*, of the Groom NeWt,
brought hei' cousin, L«on Johnston,
c,f the Memphis Democrat, ov«r to
FEW THINGS an1 more precious
thr.n your eyes. See Dr. HYDEN
when In Amarilio and have them
tested and make sure. i-f
PLYMOTH-DeSOTO -Before you /
buv a car. either NEW or USED A
see me.—E. T. HUQHLETT, deal- f,
er. 24-tf £
POSTED NOTICE: &
This is to notify the public thai S
ul1 the J. A. Failures are posted
and hunting, trapping or fishing
is not permitted and ail trespass-
ers will be prosecuted.—M. H. w.
RITCHIE:, Temp. Admin. 42-tf
The best place to have glasses
fitted is at DR HYDENS, in Am-
arilio, Texas. T-F
You say it is inconvenient to get along without some
ready cash? You are RIOIIT. We have all found that
out at one time or another.
Even a hundred or two in your checking account at the
Bank comes in mighty handy. Haven't you passed up
oargains because you lacked the ready c sh? It pays
to SAVE carefully and keep ii little money on deposit
with ii.:. It is comfortable—and convenient.
The First National Bank
WESTERN BOOT ?
Claude Monday evening to catch
the bus to Memphis. While here
they visited with the news force.
L.jrnle Wade Smith, of Good-
night, has enlisxd in the United
States Army for service in In-
fantry, Fort Francis E. W .rren,
Wyomi .g and has been forwarded
to that station for duty.
Half Soles r 0C *
laps l )t -
611 Polk St.
MAYO & BALL
318 Polk St.
Richard S. Morris
Ol I l( I IN ( Ol KTIIOI SE
Cheapest Laundry Service Obtainable
V/ashing Machine Service
WET WASH, at 4e a pound, nothing ironed.
TIIUIFTY, flat work ironed, wearing clothes dump Br pound.
HOUGH DRY, flat work ironed, clothes dried and starched. 7c
We now g-ive you a Service cheaper than you can do it at
home regardless of whether you have a washing machine or
not. Clothes returned ready to finish as desired.
Everything Washed in Soft Water
NCI BUNDLES LESS THAN FIFTY CENTS
See either barber shop or call 97
Mr. and Mrs. David Dodge, Jr..
of Pampa, were visiting in Fort
Worth with Mr. and Mrs. A. M
Myrick and returned via Claude,
where they visited their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Drve Dodge, Sr.
and Fiddler Bates, Sunday.
Annie Mae O'Danlel, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. O'Daniel.
erne in Thursday from a ten
months visit with relatives in
Dresden, Tenn. Miss Lucille, her
sinter, remained in Tenn., for an-
other month's visit.
Mr and Mrs. E. P. Berry, of
F.iirview, came in Saturday after
repairs for his combine. While in
town Mrs. Berry called at the News
office and renewed her subscription
10 the Time Honored Weekly for
I another year, for which we thank
j her most cordially.
Mr. :• ncl Mrs. Frank Metcalf were
visiting in the home of Mr. and
Mi. C E. Kight last week Mrs.
Mr. Montgomery of Memphis,
While driving a Chevrolet pick-up
WMt on Highwiy No. 5 near the
Nickel place, had t. blowout caus-
inc his car to swerve into Mr. Joe
C. McClelland Of AmarUlo. who
was going east, rad then turn
over. Mr. McClelland carries In-
surance on the other car in a
w?ck but none on his own. Several
people with Mr. Montgomery were
cut and bruised but none were
taken to the doctor.
Clarendon Steam Laundry
23 years in Amarilio. DR.
HYDEN, Eyesight Specialist. 10-c
When You Are
FOR BETTER I OOlt, I Ol NTAIN
SERVICE AND BEER - LOCATED
ut Polk & Fifth St. Amarilio.
PORTER AND CAMPBELL
Friday and Saturday Specials
RAVENWOOD - NIGGERHEAD
SUNSHINE " MAITLAND
Best Colorado Coals
Sold By Your Coal Dealer
PAY CASH AND PAY LESS
ORANGES, 344 size, doz. 12c
LETTUCE, per head
Carrots, Beets, Radishes 3 for
SPUDS, 10 lbs .No. 1
BANANAS, per lb.
WAFERS, Vanilla, lb.
TEA, Schillings \ lb. pkg.
APPLES, per gallon
BEANS, No. 2 can, 3 25c
SOAP CHIPS, 2h lb. pkg. 22c
CLEANSER, Gold Dust, can 3c
CHEESE, Long Horn, lb. 18c
Si LAK, Your Choice, lb, 18c
HAMBURGF.R, pound 10c
, | daughters,
[ lynn and Edwina. accompanied
ihern to Vernon to attend the fun-
er l of W. N. Reed, their uncle,
! md on to Oklahoma City where
Mi Kirlit is visiting two brothers
Louis and Hill Reed and others.
Mr. Tom Osborn, of Fairview,
icamc in Saturday after family sup-
plies and while here sent his sub-
nip, ion to the Claude News up
j to March 1st, 1937, for which we
are very much pleased. Mr. Os-
born took along a 75c package of
Probak or Gillette Razor blades
FRIOR for the asking. They go with
each renewal for one year.
Mrs. Sam Gray, better known as
Mr Mamie", the General Man-
ager of LEVINE'S Ready to Wear
Department Store of Amarilio, left
Wc -Jne ,;ay of this week for New
Y.rl: City where she will pur-
cii e;e the newest in women and
i..i i Fail Ready to Wear that
iias ever been pur biased for this
tore Miss Mamie is a No. 1 sales-
lady, and pleases tlv se wlio go to
her a:id ra.ke t'.i?lr wants known
Mr. S. B. Stew it. one of our
i pioneer settlers of Armstrong Co.
called Saturday 10 renew his sub-
cription to tlie Claude News an-
, oiher year, lor which we tender
; Mr. Stewart our sincere thanks. If
all our men were like Mr. Stewart.
v.'e would have no use for jails, or
■ offii.-i: who catch and bring to,0f the illness of our member. Mrs.
trial criminals Mr Stewart is an Alfred Wilshire Refreshments were
John F Taylor. President of The
Pleteau Singing Association, now
teaching singing schools near Bor-
ger. and Rev. J. E. Disch. of
Borger. Vice-President of said As-
sociation. took the lead in The
Armstrong County Singing Associ-
ation meet, at the Methodist
church in Claude last Sunday;
afternoon When it comes to lead-
ing song services, that man Tavlor,
sings with so much pep and ear-
nestness, that he just naturally in-
spires others to sing whether they
want to or not. The President of
The Armstrong County Singing As-
sociation, certainly appreciates
Prof Taylor's visit and his assist-
ance in making this association a
wonderful success last Sunday.
BALL GAME SUNDAY
Sunday evening. JJy 7th, at 3:00 i/
the Claude Ball Team will lock
horns with the Am«rillo Furniture
Nine for a tooth to tooth and toe-
nfil to toe-nail battle of the
se :cn, on the home diamond. The
first geme of the reason was play-
ed with the Furniture Men, re-
sulting in a tie of 5 tc 5 with a
twelve ending skirmish.
The result of last Sunday's game
was 7 to 3 in favor of the Claude
(Miss llu B. Jasper)
Quite a few members of this
community attended the singing
convention last Sunday
Miss Thelma Jasper spent Sat-j
urday night and Sunday witii home
folks. She also visited her sister
The young people enjoyed an
ice cream supper Saturday night
at Mr and Mrs Jess Hundley's.
They had six gallons of cream for
about 45 people Everyone cer-
tainly enjoyed himself
We shall have Sunday School and
Church next Sunday Everyone
come and have a good crowd out
FAIRVIEW BUSY BEE CLUB
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
BANANAS, per lb. 5c
LETTUCE, per head 5c
TOMATOES, fresh, per lb. 4c
AI^L BUNCH VEGETABLES 3 for 10c
CUCUMBERS, per lb. __ _ .. 2£c
BELL PEPPERS, per lb. 6c
ROASTING EARS, per doz. 20c
SWEET SPUDS, per lb. 4c
NEW SPUDS, 10 lbs. 19c
MARSH MELLOWS, £ lb. pkg. 8c
CAKES, lb. pkg. 19c
APRICOTS, per gal. 45c I
COFFEE, Paul Hood's special, lb. 19c
RAISINS, 4 lb. pkg 25c
SUGAR, 10 lb. bag 55c
TOMATOES, 3 No. 2 cans 25c
PEAS ENGLISH, 3 No. 1 cans 25c
CHEESE, No. 1, long horn, lb. 18c ®
BEEF ROAST, per lb 14c $
BACON, Wilson's, sliced, lb. 34c +
£ CORN, Country Gentlemen, 2 No. 2 25c £
£ MATCHES, per carton 22c £
J SARDINES, 3 No. 1 tall cans 25c \
COMPOUND, 8 lb. carton $1.08 *
4£ Per Cent Farm and Ranch Loans
A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned—
$300000 at 7 per cent Interest Is $210.00
$3000.00 at iS per cent Interest Is 135.00
Save the difference $7a 00
It is a pleasure to explain our plan
CLAUDE NATIONAL FARM LOAN
A. V. NELSON, Sec'ty
Mrs C L Goad was hostess to
the Fairview Club Ladies Wednes-
day afternoon, June 26- 35 House
was called to order by the Presi-
dent The leader for the afternoon
Ml* Paul MPtcalf The subject oft
our lesson "Southern Personalities'',
which was very Interesting,
We were very glad to have so
many visitors and sorry tj learn
I served to
, and members
Thr.'e new tan:
Mi Neil M ini . spent
i ll home lolk: in Iledlt"
f> m Rumans wa:
lay .'fur combine lepair:
C0ES THE PRICE Oh'
Also in Pjckagei
10 for 25c
25 f.r 59c
t Home on the Range
Jackie Coogan - Randolph Scott
Local and Personal
.■MEN WANTED for Rawleigh
Routes in North Randall, Potter
J Counties and Claud,' Write today.
11,1 j RipyVi;>h Co., Dept. TXG-138-SB.
[ Memphi' Tenn. 47-c
ur.day 1 _ .
I Quiie a few Lei ion."ires of the
II. mid Gist Post, attended the 5th
town Tues- !." "h l i,;1 L(";km Conven-
II ion in Amarilio Saturday and
Sii iday of this week.
Paul Ledwig and
••tin'lav at Dumas
oil l.ii tie
| Ted Hughlett says he would like
I to take you out for a spin in eith
er his new DeSota or Plvmoutl
He believes he his the best
for the price, on the market.
f MAOf IN U 8 A
~ T kJ 01 1 11C OA* rt r c I
"r M Rtl, US PA1 OFF
OIMCUe*lfNlSPtNUINi: ] Y
Probak Junior fit* all
Gillvttv A Probak rman
WUI:N YOUR FEET
IN AND ACHE
t You Can't Walk
- •* yot dmputst for 11 rnn of Zeet#
Cbe amuiln, diw-uvery of a Sw las t ticmlst
Hub 011 your fwt, Hprluklr it iu
Tour oboes If it (Wau't make \ou f«. 1
jilt walking ml lea after a uiiuutes b s
Sour watch, bring the ran I.a. L to your
ru^tflhf who will cheerfully jrive you
Jour Uiooey bark.
Zei-ia, th.- anrlseptlc deodorant po\v
der. ib re< omun loJ. .1 l.y ibH tms }Stltl. t
traiiK ra and ^.>,.,1 «lru ! :i':t ■ > •. , Ut. ,
for 3 oiipun • ii.-i i« . ..f)•
Pf! i ! 111 < <i achin i
feet, uacer biuter uUu t'oi 11... i.... i
dh. vv. m. curl
U7 E1SK MIU1CAL ART AND
AM.UtU.LO. — TEXAS
Mi Carsie Nelson is Improving
from a light attack of pneumonia.
Paul I.edwi; sold combine repairs
to men here from the Vall.'y last
Ml. r.'id Mrs Joe Hood and M.r-.
M niie Hood left early Saturday
..nd visited ihe Carlsbad Cavern
i ..i.:iii s, hi me Mu i ' .y mornin;'
R v.insn.;l I..in ; I.in, of Oklahoma |
City, i-- -pending a few days with
!.L ccusin. Clone Burton and Wile.
Mr. D. C Dad;
i an operation it
wh'ch his left
eye wa; removed, i- getting along
fine and was brought home Wed-
nesday of this week.
Mi Gertrude Ash worth return-
ed Saturday from Quinah where
'•o h; been vi. iiiti" Mr a id Mr
F'i> yd Slermer. the past three
Mrs. Ilarvc Baker and children
ha\ moved to Amarilio. Mrs
B..ke:' daughter. Mi; La Nette
Mrs. J. lin Bonlly is reported c,h,k' has been onvJoyed a teach-
nuite ill whh pneumonia at her 1,1 a!1 Aniarill. .ho.;!.
Lome in Claude.
Mi. . Jack Scale: and Mr Wal-
.i r Rhoden. of the Claude Bakery,
made a business trip to the hamlet
in Amarilio Tuesdr.y of this week.
M . ar.il Mi •
tlatl liter are
ei. I iu Him ley
K R Honker and
pendli'.g the week-
wttli Mrs. Hooker's
attended a family
re.i li.m while there
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Watson, of ^ '• ^ Howard who hi
Wellington, Texas, weie week-end be. r. •• a>m« In ti e home ot Mr
guest of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. ;,u' Ml 11 '• How aid, left Mon-
ti. L. Howard of Claude. i aV 1,11 a visit with relatives u
Mr. and Mr John Wisdom lu.ve
b en visiting with her parents in
Abernathy, Texas the
Andrew Smallev a.id clnld-
past few lcn- Raby and Ruth, are at
home after a months' vi it with
i :ter at Gale
; her mother and
T.i "•• 15c Patterns have come.; Vl'le, Texas.
I Hooker's Varieiy, aid are we,
l.nl We also hive ome .lew STR*> in the Lakeview Com-
utterns in dress material}. muntty, a bay
m lie and tail
R v Dixon was vi iti-.ig in the ow'>er Will find him astray some
the following visitors
Riley, Ray Cameron. Clyde Smith.
Logsdon, Powell, Tate Berry,
Brown, Ct'ownover, Culver Theo
Goad, Lee and Cecil Goodln, Met-
calf. Osborn, Poston Reed Sch-
midt. Stalcup. Stout. Stephenson.
VV E and Glen Robinson Rodgers.
Watson. Wllmoth and MissJennola
C'.ownover — Reporter
VACATION CHURCH SCHOOL,
Beginning July 8th 9 A M —
Ending July 21st, 8 00 P M
WORSHIP — STUDY — WORK
— PLAY with us Don't forget
All children Beginners through
year. Remember - William Howell the Inlermedintes are expected to
in "THE TIIIN MAN."
Also - "OPEN BY MISTAKE
Monday - Tuesday
One of the best pictures of the
NOTIONS AND GROCERIES
We al ways carry a corr.'plete line of
FRESH GROCERIES, as well as a big
line of NO I IONS, which are sold as
cheap as you will find at any place in
the panhandle. THE PRICE IS THE
1 HING. Worl Clothing for men and
boys and shoes for those who need foot-
wear. Give us your next order.
WE PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES
f OR YOUR COUNTRY PHOOLCE
C. R. Guyn
t£at At (Thr
Wagg = Inn
tiig Juicy Hamburgers Heal Good Chili
The Coffee 'lhat Made Ls Famous
4'j at hirst Street
( laude. Texas
"IT'S A GIFT"
W. ('. 1IEI.1JS BABV
POPEYE CARTOON - Musical
"OUR CASH NITE"
I ri. July !>:
attend this school
Mrs E T. Hughlett
John H C.'ow. Instruction-Wor-
I Mr? L P White—Director-Mu-
M.s John H Cr^w—Supertnten-
l.eROY dent Study
Mrs Sam Smith—Supt Study-
Mrs Harold Nave—Supt Work
Instructors—Charlie Mae Neely.
Margaret Doak, Fiances Howe l
Miss Marion Miller—Supt Recre-1
We do not have our list of In-
structor." completed just at this
time, but we will be ready to be-
gin with a splendid faculty so
make your arrangements to send the
children from 9 to 11 each day
We will give you a complete
? PALACE BARBER SHOP
15 YEARS SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS
Your daily appearance adds to your
success. Let us help you keep that
TUB BATH 2oc
V> A. AicMurry,
Mrs John N
Sei retary Mrs. J
lmg~head and daughter, Zella Mrs
Playmaker Mr? .1 H Merritt and granddaughter
Maitha Nell, Mrs Hooker. Mrs.
Garner Private Burnett. Mi H L Moblcy, Mrs.
H Holhngshead J H Holllngshead. Mi Bloomer.
Morton Karen I'lbt 01 f,acult*' next in Claude ! glven for h L Moble\ who
Blair Bannister- Assistant Mr Heniv Jack on Mi Myrtle
Treasurer Zelia Rollings- Bum. on. Mi E telle Turner Mrs
Vita Moore Mi Paul Lsdwig and
: Mrs. Eob Moore
A TKIBl TE TO ( OUT
Shower was i MOTHERS
Also news and comedy.
,<. Matinee 2:l)U p. m.
Sat. July (i: "Justice uf the
Kungc" Tim McCoy. Itillie Seward.
Comedy, "Graduation Exenises".
Matinee 10> to all, night Illc-I5c
1 title city of C.ile Texas ;ast v.eek- Plj« near the Lakeview School.
j i '.d ret rning home the following
j day of that week. A Want Ad Brings Results
Sun Moil. 7-8: "COLLEGE
RHYTHM" .lack Oakie, Mary
ttiian JOI PEVNER College Musi-
il also comedy. So >u' won't talk
10.-?5c. Maiinee 2:OU p. in.
Tuesday : "BLACK FURY"
Paul Muni Karen Morley. btama.
tlso comedy Remember its our
bank nite, attend matinee that day
lOc-^Se. Matinee 2:00 p. in.
Wed Thur. 10 11: "ROMANCE
IN MANH ITT AN" Ginger Rogers,
Pram i Lederer. Also two comedies
mare with black "Taking care of baby" and "The
quarter circle L Discontented Canary."
10c-25c. Matinee 2:00 p. m.
COMING: "Star of Midnight',
"No More Ladies", "G-Men".
News Take the home paper and left for Oklahoma City Sunda\ In c rd t i. i,i. • , h
keep up with the Church News
HOME INTEREST CLUB
The Home Interest Club met tn
the home of Mrs Paul Ledwig on
Thursday June ?7th with Mrs.
Bob M>.ore Joint hostess There was
quilting after which an unusually
food dinner was served
The meeting was called to order
by the President, Mrs Cecil Wil-
hire and plans were made for the
next meeting which Is to be at the
home of Mrs S P Mathews, with
Mrs Myrtle Brunson joint hostess
There is to be no program but
the members are asked to come
a group of the mothers
■out! prep.i ed u banquet
onvenint firemen of this
serves as Club Secretin')
We had a nice attendance ol
thirty-four some of whom were
visitors The visitors were Mrs
Carl McParland Mrs Lilly Bell
McClure Mi- Boward Watson and
daughter, Franeine, Mis Cecil
Case: Mrs Beck, Mrs. Leona
Tivins, Mrs Tucker. Mrs Hilton
and daughter There were two new
and biing the members of their i members Mrs Alta Moore and
families on Thiusday night. July: Mi - Hookei Members pre ei,
25th, about seven o'clock There is?Mrs J T Duke Mrs Cecil Wil-
Each club member expres-ed to; Ti i ury
her a good wish for her future in M f the
a new community. ! lor the
The Home Interest Club believe* legion In additi n to their un-
it! rewarding its member* who have tinting w.i.k the mothe- donated
so faithfully performed their duties|th majority ol the foodstuffs,
and it Is with this thought In I thereby inct. ,i .tig the amount
mind that a nice gift was presen-1 lenlized from the banquet
ted to Mrs. Rosa Church, who- I '.oupli tin , imnm ,.t> may be
to be a weiner- roast with lots of
With Mrs S P Muthews s
leader, the following program on
shire. Mrs. Elsie Byler. Mrs H P
Lynch Mis F A Hood. Mi's W
A Hood. Mrs John Bentley and
daughter. Wanda. Mrs. Eva Mc-
_"Scuihern Personalities was ren- Murry, Mrs. Beck. Mrs. C. C. nol-
relatively po^i in worldly goods, it
is abundantly rich in taat It has
uch mothers 1 ume ,::id fortune
in. y pi. - these inoti . r by. but
the reci.id of theii un.elfish ^er-
v.ce will remain graven on the
hearts and muids of their sons.
These ladies give service, not of
iiand alone but of the heart Thoy
show every evidence of enjoying
the work No attempt will be made
to rrme them here in these
column s they are simply Mother:"
end for this little service that Is
commented on there are thou-r.nds
of big services that they perform-
Unknown to the world.
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Waggoner, Thomas T. Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, July 5, 1935, newspaper, July 5, 1935; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth348716/m1/3/: accessed July 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Richard S. and Leah Morris Memorial Library.