The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, June 15, 1934 Page: 4 of 4
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THE SHAMROCK TEXAN, Shamrock, Texas
Friday, June 15, 1934 0
(Continued Prom Page
Saturday Night Preview,
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday—
Beauty, thrilling romance such as
the screen has never seen—return
now with the glamorous Garbo!
Queen among Queens, she gave up
a throne gladly to follow the light
of true love!
In Keokuk, Iowa. The same month
' hey moved to McLean, and In Jan-
uary, 1905 moved to the Pakan com-
munity where they have made their
Mrs. Smith died in a Pampa hos-
pital, where she was taken _ several
weeks ago for treatment, late Wed-
nesday evening. She had been vis-
ited there by many of her friends
from this territory, who had been
encouraged by some signs of Im-
provement up untU a few days be-
fore her death.
Made Many Friends
Besides her husband, Mrs. Smith
Is survived by a stepmother, Mrs
D. C. Mlllikin of Hamilton, 111., a
sister, Mrs. Mary Fluky of Keoduk,
Iowa, two aunts, Clara Hendel of
Colchester, 111., and Sarah Nichols
of Utah, and many cousins, nieces
and nephews. As well, a large host
of friends with whom she had been
associated In nearby Wheeler and
Gray county communities, survive to
mourn her death, for Mrs. Smith
had always been Interested In com-
munity activities and In helping
others In any way possible.
Smith, Shamrock hopes, were de-
feated In the semi-finals Wednes.
O. B. Smith of Memphis won the
fourth flight title from Frank Mit-
cham, Jr„ of Shamrock by default,
yesterday, after Mitcham had de-
feated Tyson of Frederick 3-2 In a
match postponed from Wednesday.
Mitcham, 8r„ won the champion-
ship consolation flight, whipping
Forrest Carter of Frederick 1 up on
James Hollis Douglas, won the
third flight from George Slaugenhop
of Vernon, 5-4.
H, E. Pendleton won the senior
flight consoatlon from W. S. Pen-
dleton by default.
With John Gilbert, Inn Keith,
and Elizabeth Young
See Garbo at her greatest In this
picture—the whole nation Has talked
A Shamrock Owned and
Candies, Confections, Soft
Drinks and Cigars
CHARLES BRAXTON, Owner
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WHO HAVE PLACED THEIR
IN GOVERNMENT LOANS
Most of the producers, who have placed Govern-
ment Loans, on their 1933 cotton, at ten cents, have
some additional profit, with the market quoting at
the present levels.
Should you care to sell now, I would appreciate
your seeing me in my office, over the Corner Drug
Store, Shamrock, Texas.
I can obtain quick sales, and obtain your money
immediately, for those that have a profit in their
notes. Bring your contracts with you.
A. H. WICKER
services. Vawter recently has re-
turned from the third of his world
tours, the last one of two years du-
ration when he spent most of the
time holding meetings In Australia.
The party has a remarkable col-
lection of musical Instruments, In-
cluding the famous Notre Dame or-
gan chimes which stand nine feet
high and twelve feet long and have
142 bells. They also carry with them
a marimba xylophone which will be
played every night.
Their program consists of vocal
and whistling solos, chimes, marimba
numbers, saxophone numbers, piano
selections, chalk and rag pictures In
colors and preaching of the gospel.
The party consists of four people,
C, R. L. Vawter, Mrs. Vawter, soloist,
Howard T. House, pianist and chalk
artist, and William Clark Hendley,
ANDES MOUNTAINS PROBED
FOR EARTHQUAKE ‘CLUES’
SANTIAGO, Chile UP)—"Science is
going to fingerprint" the giant hands
of the Andes—perhaps In the very
act of shaking the Chilean country-
Believing the Imperceptible move-
ments accompanying the growth of
the subterranean shlftlngs which
cause Chile’s earthquakes, the Baltic
observatory Is Installing instruments
9,000 feet above sea level to make
day by day photographic measure-
mehts of this phenomenon.
The record of the oscillations of
the earth's crust will be registered
by delicate lncllnographs, the Inven-
tion of a Japanese, Professor Ishl-
Trade Balance Steadies Chile
SANTIAGO, Chile UP) — Chile's
mounting exports last year totaled
$18,600,000 more than her declining
Imports and experts, figuring the
net gain at $3,200,000, stated that
the favorable balance had steadied
the domestic situation.
Evening Meal 25c
We Never Close
In Western China
Hits Official Snag
NANKING UP)—A projected “king-
dom" in Sinkiang, also known as
Chinese Turkestan, with Dr. Khalid
Sheldrake, British-born Mohamme-
dan as ruler, has run up against an
The London government has as-
sured the Chinese nationalist au-
thorities here that it will not toler-
ate any of Its subjects attempting
to set up any form of Independent
regime within Chinese territory.
The Nanking officials, however,
did not seem perturbed by the re-
ports, which had their genesis In a
newspaper story in Singapore.
Real ‘Cockpit Of Asia'
The reports gained some credence
because of the tangled political situ-
ation In Sinkiang. the real "cockpit
of Asia.” Because of its situation
and geographical pecularltles, the
Soviet union, Great Britain and Ja-
pan all keep a weather eye on this
The Tien Shan or "Heavenly
mountains," divide the territory from
east to west and there are marked
climatic and racial differences be-
tween the northern and southern
The south Is a combination of des-
erts and oases inhabited chiefly by
Turkomans, Khlrglz and Tungans.
The north Is a section of rolling
hills, forests and pastoral lands.
For two years there has been a
three-cornered struggle for power
there. Combining with the Turko-
mans, the Tungans swept southern
Sinkiang clear of Chinese adminis-
trators, although the latter continue
to prevail in the north.
Four Factions Struggle
Then the Turkomans and Tungans
split and there was stiff fighting,
chiefly around Kashgar In the ex-
treme west. The Tungans won con-
trol of that area and latest reports
Indicated they were spreading theli
hold over southern Sinkiang.
Meanwlhle two Chinese generals
have been striving for the privilege
of representing the dwindling Chi-
nese Influence In the province.
Overshadowing these domestic ri-
valries In the clash of Interests
among the greater powers. Sinkiang
Is a buffer between soviet territory
and India and it also borders on
Mongolia, a district, on which Tokyo
has been keeping watch, especially
since Outer Mongolia formed a serai-
independent soviet several years ago.
Sherman Minton (above) of New
Albany, !nd„ public counsellor
with the Indiana public service
commission, was nominated by In-
diana democrats to run for the
United States senate In opposition
to Senator Arthur Robinson In the
November election. (Associated
CARD OF THANKS
(Editor's Note: The following
Card of Thanks was unintentionally
left out of a past Issue of the paper)
We take this opportunity to ex-
press our sincere thanks and grati-
tude for the loving condolence and
sympathetic understanding tendered
us in the illness and death of our
darling Barbara LaNell. We wish
you to know we appreciate very
much the many acts of kindness
shown us in our hour of sorrow. The
beautiful floral offerings were ap-
preciated sincerely and we wish to
thank the givers for their kindness.
May God bless you and yours and re-
ward you for your acts of brotherly
love and affection shown us in life's
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker and
Mr. and Mrs. J D. Walker and
By Esca Trootle
Mrs. Ward and children of Ama-
rillo are visiting her parents, Mr
and Mrs. Mlngers. this week.
Mrs. H. E. Turner and little daugh-
ter returned to Topeka. Kas., last
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Trostle are
spending a few days In the Trostle
Marue Trostle and Freddie Gordon
returned Saturday morning from Ab-
ilene where they had been attending
the League assembly.
Mrs. Theo Scott and daughter,
Moetta, visited In the D. B. Lamb
home Saturday afternoon.
Rev. J. R. Bright filled his regu-
lar appointment here Sunday at the
morning and evening hour.
J. C, Howell and Weldon Bright
were guests of W. Z. Baker Sunday
Jake Tarter met with the 4-H club
boys at the school house Friday aft-
ernoon at 1:30.
Mrs. J. R. Gordon and daughters,
Elda and Lucille, and son, Archie, of
Corn Valley visited In the Giles Gor-
don home Tuesday.
Dr. and Mrs. Kelton of Shamrock
attended church here Sunday and
were guests of R. W. Griswold and
A number of the farmers of this
community received their cotton
FRENCH BIRTH RATE FALL8
WHILE DEATH LISTS GROW
PARIS OP)—French births dropped
so sharply in 1933 that advocates of
j large families are redoubling their
Nearly 4Q.000 fewer Frenchmen *
were born than during the preceding
year. The total births were 682,680
as compared with 722,246 In 1932.
Since there were a few mere deaths
than In the previous year—661,082
as compared with 660.882—the net
gain of births over death* was 21,-
598. or about one-third that of 1932.
Fish that can change their color
at will are believed to control the
process by fluids secreted in their
Bob Kay of Amarillo was here on
Japanese Beer Invades Pilxen
PILSEN (P)—Czechoslovakia (P) —
shipment of Japanese beer has been
offered for sale in this city, home
of the world-famous Pilsener. The
Orinetal brew aslo has been placed
on sale In Praha and Saaz and at
prices which cause Czech brewers to
When the blood is heated it has
a tendency to become more acid.
For Maximum Security to Your
Dependents. Buy a
Joe C. Sauermllch. Agent
1 L. B. GODWIN
C. A. MEANS'
SECOND HAND STORE
308 N Main
Wants to Buv Your
• Groceries • Meats
• Gas and Oil
We have no heavy overhead and
can sell for less.
GROCERY & MARKET
llnrace Burrow, Owner & Mgr.
For Good Meals
Club Breakfast .............-20c
Lunch . ............-........25c
Evening Meal (with cold
Old New Deal Cafe Location
Crider & Rhuie Harrington,
Nets Bean Thief
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hanley and two
children, Leslie and Rosalec, of Ok-
lahoma City, arrived yesterday aft-
ernoon for a visit In the C. F. Baker
Blood flow through the body tis-
ROME (P)—A parachute prowler
Is Rome's latest contribution to the
fraternity of thieves. He Is Eneas
Bersaglleri alias Alessandro.
Surprised In a bean patch by a
farmer living near the peak of Mon-
te Mario. Bersaglleri calmly began
to fold up a parachute which lay
wrinkled around him.
‘Too bad If I’ve damaged youf
bean patch," he murmured. “My
plane caught fire and I had to
But the farmer had been watching
his beans all evening. He had heard
no airplane, and turned the maraud-
er over to the carablnerl.
Checking up they found that Ber-
saglieri had used the alibi afforded
by a worn-out parachute on numer-
ous successful occasions.
Swedish Carrot Gem-Studded
STOCKHOLM UP)—A carrot stud-
ded with diamonds was presented
reoently to a seed firm In South
8weden. When pulled from a truck
garden, the carrot had a gold ring
set with seven small diamonds fit-
ting tightly around Its middle. The
ring had been lost five years.
sues may be doubled or cut In half
by a change of a few degrees In tem-
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Sunday and Monday—
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Cooper, Albert. The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, June 15, 1934, newspaper, June 15, 1934; Shamrock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth525647/m1/4/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Shamrock Public Library.