The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 54, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 11, 1936 Page: 4 of 4
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A GRAND-KEW I It I! V
IN ROMANTIC COMEDY!
A bran<l-nch love
team — daring Gary *
Cooper ami double- /
daring Jean Arthur
— thrilling America
with riotous i'uu!
THE SHAMROCK TEXAN, Shamrock, Texas
Albert Manby. who underwent an
operation at a local hospital Thurs-
day, was greatly improved today ac-
cording to attending physicians.
Dr. V. a. Jones will attend the
July meeting of the Texas Optom-
etrist Association Extension Pro-
gram in Borger Sunday.
Preview Saturday Night,
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday—
CARL LAEMMLE presents
CAR IN WHICH STATE REPRESENTATIVE WAS SLAIN
PAUL ROBESON, HELEN
MORGAN, HELEN WESTLEY
Screenplay and lyrics by Oscar
Hammersleln, II. New songs
and all your old favorites by
Jerome Kern. Directed by JAMES
WHALE. A CARL LAEMMLE Jr.
-TEXAN WANT ADS GET RESULTS—
MATINEE EVERY DAY: Starting at 2:00 P. M.
NIGHT SHOWS at 7:00 and 9:00 P. M.
Preview Saturday Night,
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday-
This wrecked, bullet-punctured automobile was the one In which John M. Bolton, 34, state representative
from Chicago s second district was driving when he was mowed down by assailants in what police theorized
was retaliation from the underworld for his efforts to legalize handbook betting. The car is shown after
it struck a trolley post. (Associated Press Photo)
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Admission 10c & 35c
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day duel with torrid temperature,
and a reading of 102 was noted, the
first in two years.
With every hour bringing addi-
tional mortalities ascribed to heat
or drowning, as thousands sought
respite on beaches, the indications
were that the day’s list will be the
heaviest for the long hot spell.
No Relief Seen
New York state led in early tabu-
lations of deaths with at least 17
for the day. Ohio counted ten,
Michigan and Wisconsin nine, and
And no immediate relief was in
With generally fair weather pre-
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vailing over the Northern half of
the nation, forecasters expect at
least two more days of abnormal
The prediction was the greatest
concern as drouth ate steadily in-
to the nation’s potential food supply,
carrying a threat to the pocketbooks
of all consumers.
Grain Prices Up
Reflecting the heat’s extension in-
to the critical period for the great
Mid-Western corn crop, prices rose
the four-cent limit allowed in a
day’s trading. The corn situation
dominated the Chicago grain pit,
though other cereals shared in the
advance, and closing prices
virtually the highest for the year.
Corn for December delivery was 77t4
cents a bushel.
Private reports to La Salle Street
estimated that even with immediate
favorable weather, Iowa—the ban-
ner corn state—will produce no
more than 60 per cent of a crop.
Misery grew in the Dakotas, which
again burned under 100 plus tem-
peratures. Civic prayers for rain
were offered at Mitchell, S. D. Gov.
Walter Welford of North Dakota de-
spatched a new appeal for aid to
The governor said that not only
feed but even water is unavailable
for livestock in many sections of the
Mr. Roosevelt, reviewing govern-
ment activities to alleviate distress
in the emergency regions, an-
nounced that 16,500 cropless farm-
ers already are at work on federal
jobs in the drouth zone,'and au-
thorized 75,000 more. The AAA
again modified the soil conservation
program to increase the supplies of
feed crops in the north central re-
FIRE CHIEF GOES PAINTING
AND CAUSES FALSE ALARM
Troy, Ohio UP)—Fire Chief John
Kessler went out with some red
paint to touch up a few weather-
beaten alarm boxes over the city.
As he put finishing touches on box
No. 28, an engine rumbled to a stop
at the curb.
"Must have been too vigorous
with the brush," the chief explained
to his boys.
Smoking Out The Hornets
RAVENNA. Ohio (IP)—Painters got
rid of a hornets' nest at Mrs. W,
were j W. Stevens' home, but nearly burn-
ed the house down. They applied
a torch to the cornice to smoke out
the hornets. A half hour later they
had to summon the fire department.
Then the firemen had two fights
on their hands—fire and hornets.
Mrs. Allie Pinson is visiting in
Cleburne with her mother and oth-
A 114-foot brick chimney, built
leaning almost as much as the tower
of Pisa, has been standing 48 years
near San Diego, Calif.
An San Francisco skyscraper hotel
has a church as an intergral part of
ADMISSION: Children, 4 to 12, 10c — Adults 25c
Geocge Bancroft • Lionel Slander
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A FRANK CAPRA production
A COLUMBIA PICTUHB
Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Allen, of
Dawson, are visiting in the home of
Mrs. R. L. Baxter.
Mrs. Mesrrle Morton and children,
Mary and Dan, of Austin, are visit-
ing relatives and friends in Sham-
rock and her father, C. H. Caperton,
Mattie Sutterfield underwent an
appendicitic operation at a local
Mrs. L. E. Davis and daughter,
Dorothy, made a trip to Childress
today to meet Mrs. Davis' sister,
Miss Riddle, of Fort Worth, who
will spend the week here.
The First National Bank
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Mr .and Mrs. John Stark and
family and Mrs. Nora Haney, of
Cleveland, Ohio, are visiting rel-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whitehurst,
Mrs. Jim Morgan, Miss Helen Eoff
and Bryan returned last night from
a trip to Galveston and other Tex-
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Martin visited
the past two weeks in Hereford.
Mr. and Mrs O. Lewis, of Wheel-
er, are visiting a few days this week
with his mother, Mrs. E. T. Lewis,
and their daughter, Mrs. Jim Hyatt,
and son, Derwood, and their fami-
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carraway
and son and daughter, of Clanton,
N. J„ visited ‘here Thursday with
friends en route to California.
John Nunn returned Thursday
from a visit with relatives in Fay-
etteville, Ark. He was accompanied
by his sisters, Mrs. N, T. Franks of
Wellington, Mrs. J. M. Forman of
Tupllo, Mrs. RuseU Cole of Elk City,
and Mrs. Aubrey Higdon of this
Mrs. O, T. Nicholson and Mis.
M. M. Nicholson visited the first
of the week at ohelsa, Okla, at the
Tom Spearman home, a cousin of
Mrs. M, M. Nicholson.
W. S. PENDLETON
H. E. PENDLETON
J. F. SANDERS
CHAS. B. PERRY
JAS. F. SMITH
This bank has always felt
that it had a responsibility in
helping to carry on the af-
fairs of the community In
which it is located, lending
our services In all worthwhile
things. We appreciate the
friendship, confidence, and
patronage given ns over the
years, and solicit your con-
tinued good will and coopera-
Loans & Discounts
Real Estate, Furn. & Fix. .
Other Real Estate.............
F. R. B. Stock...................
F. D. I. C. Fund...............
Bonds & Securities...........
Cash & Exchange.............
Reserve for Contingencies.
. 10,000.00 1
Preferred Stock Retire-
ment Fund .................
. 590,739.93 1
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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Bones, Percy. The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 54, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 11, 1936, newspaper, July 11, 1936; Shamrock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth525894/m1/4/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Shamrock Public Library.