The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 70, Ed. 1 Friday, July 30, 1937 Page: 3 of 4
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• Friday, July 30, 1937
THE SHAMROCK TEXAN, Shamrock, Texas
AMERICANS MARCH OFF WITH DAVIS CUP
After 10 years on foreign shelves, thourney back home as the victorionse Davis Cup here is started on the j
young American tennis team marches off the court at Wimbledon, with the non-playing captain, Walter
Pate, carrying the coveted trophy. Left to right are Don Budge, Frank Parker, Capt. Pate, Bryan (Bitsy)
Grant, and Gene Mako,
Mrs. Rufus Dodgen and daughter
are spending the week-end with rela-
| tives in Canyon.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Martin of
Pampa were visitors here Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Heare made
a trip to Amarillo today.
To Brave Spray
It’s always there, no mat-
| ter how'you mix it. For
Glenmore is true Bour-
| bon, Straight Bourbon,
Kentucky Bourbon, pro-
duced in Kentucky by
Glentnore now comeg in both 100 proof
(Gold Label) and 90 proof (Silver Label)
Glenmore Distilleries Co., Incorporated
Mr. and Mrs. Sam, Gholson visited
relatives in Wellington Wednesday
Miss Ila Rae Cluck and Martin
Stone Cluck of Erick. Okla., visited
V. W. Shoemaker left today for
Tulsa, Okla,, to bring Mrs. Shoemak-
er home. She has been visiting rela-
tives there the past few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. John Jett of Pampa
visited here last night and today.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Griffin and
sons are leaving Saturday for Cali-
fornia to spend a few weeks.
Mrs. Jimmy Smth and son left
this morning for Memphis to visit
Rev. and Mrs. Ed R. Wallace re-
turned Thursday lrom a vacation
trip to Colorado and New Mexico
| Mrs. J. H. Scruggs of Oklahoma
' City was visiting friends and rela-
tives here today.
| T. C, Davis is visiting his aunt,
Mrs. Norman Morton, in Oklahoma
Miss Lotti Shoemaker is spending
the week-end in Amarillo with
Virginia Davis returned Wednes-
day from Dimmitt where she visited
Pat Rawlings a few days.
TEXAN ADS GET RESULTS!
“Beauty and the Grease" might
well be the title of this picture
of Lou Sawtelle, comely Cali-
fornia mermaid, who hides her
charms under a heavy coating of
black axle grease such as she
will wear as protection against
spray in the open ocean in the
Catalina Island - Manhattan
aquaplane race Aug. 1. The at-
tractive “Lubrication Lady” is
one of two feminine entrants
who will compete against 25
men in the cross-channel dash.
Campers in the national forests
are required to get a permit before
Of Change in Dry Cleaning Prices
On account of increased costs of operation, we find it
necessary to raise the prices of Cleaning and Pressing
service in Shamrock, effective Monday, August 1st, as
Trousers Cleaned and Pressed----4©C
Men’s Suits Cleaned and Pressed---75c
FORMER CITY MAN
WEDS COLORADO GIRL
Word was received here this week
of the marriage Sunday in Glenwood
Springs, Colo., of Miss Dorothy St.
John of DeBeque, Colo., to Mr.
Harlan Hugg of Green River. Utah.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hugg of
The ihanriage was performed at
the Methodist parsonage at Glenn-
wood Springs with the Rev. L. H.
Brisbane reading the vows . Miss
Hannah Pope of DeBeque and Mr.
. Howard Clark of Green River, at-
tended the couple.
Mrs. Hugg is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. H. T. SI. John of DeBeque.
Immediately after the ceremony
the bride and groom were honored
with a wedding supper at the home
of friends and left that evening for
their home in Green River. Mr.
Hugg is instrument man on a sur-
vey party for the Denver and Rio
Grande western Railroad.
Mr. Hugg finished school at Plain-
view and lived in Shamrock a num-
ber of years before moving to Utah.
His many friends in Shamrock ex-
tend heartiest congratulations to the
bride and groom.
MISS DARLINGTON IS
HONORED BY SHOWER
The Excelsior Class of the First
Methodist Sunday School honored
Miss Mary Nell Darlington, daught-
er of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Darling-
ton Jr., whose engagement to Rob-
ert Grady oi Casper. Wy„ was an-
nounced last week, with a miscellan-
eous shower at the Johnson Hotel
In the receiving line were Mrs.
Walter Darlington. Jr., Miss Mary
Nell, Mrs. W C. Grady, mother of
Mr. Robert Grady, Mrs. Ethel R.
Darlington, and Mrs. D. J. Bulls.
Mrs. Travis Baumgardner was host-
Miss Virginia Harvey, Miss Pauline
and Miss Blanche Bowman presided
at the serving table and Miss Anna
Ruth Darlington at the bride’s
About 45 guests called during the
afternoon. Out of town guests were
C. A. James and Mrs, A. C. Byatt of
Amarillo, Mrs, H. T. Hampton and
daughter. Miss Frances and Mrs.
William Tinsley of Pampa.
Hostess to the Priscilla Club was
Mrs. Wm. Kyle who entertained at
her home on South Main street Wed-
nesday afternoon. The afternoon
was spent with needlework and con-
A salad'course was served to Mes-
dames J. B. Clark, Charles Green,
Floyd and H. T. Fields, guests; Mes-
dames R. L. Baxter, E. K. Caperton,
H. E. Forgy. B F. Kersh. M. E. Risk,
Fred Holmes. O. T. Nicholson, H. P.
Mundy and J. A. Hall, members.
Dr. J. H. McDonell with
his big free entertainment,
The Funnier of Ail Black-
• Dotty Fields.
Popular Song and Dance Spec-
• Patsv Harris,
The Boy From Pumpkin Cent-
Ladies’ Dresses Cleaned and Pressed - 75c & up
• Lois Harris.
The Hong and Dance Artist.
• Bill Kennedy,
The Dancing Demon.
These prices will positively go into effect at all shops
MONDAY, AUGUST 1st
Wallace Dry Cleaners Nu-Way Cleaners
Superior Drv Cleaners ShamrosJc steam Laundry
r J « Dry Cleaners
You have seen the rest—
now see the best. A com-
pany of ladies and gentle-
Bring your family and
enjoy two hours of fun each
Starts Monday Aug. 4
8:30 P. M.
Located at Show Grounds
on West Third Street.
OUT OUR WAY
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crew of upwards of 150 persons
leaped overboard. Residents of near-
by Bayside beach estimated about
100 reached shore safely.
President Roosevelt ordered power
boats from the United States naval
academy to join scores of crafts in
rescue work. Airplanes were ordered
to leave the academy at day break
to search for survivors.
On Regular Run
The City of Baltimore was an hour
out of Baltimore on Ps regular run
to Norfolk, Va„ when the fire broke
out in a forward hold. The cause of
the fire was not known to the early
Two men, picked up along the
shore at Bayside beach, died en route
to a Baltimore hospital. Neither was
Many on Excursion
Aboard the steamer were many
persons who were going to Norfolk
for a week-end excursion. The boat
was owned by the Chespeake Steam-
Elmer Jackson, Annapolis news-
paperman, who was with a fishing
party in a small boat off Seven Foot
Knoll, said he saw “a ball of
flame” rise suddenly from the ves-
sel’s decks and envelop it.
John H. Bing, of Baltimore, one of
the first survivors brought to a hos-
pital here, said the heat of the fire
forced the crew out of the hold
when they tried to fight it.
Bing, with Robert Long and Paul
F. Shipe, both of Shamokin, Pa„
were picked up and brought ashore
after dropping off the ship.
Capt. Charles O. Brooks, master
of the vessel, was one of those found
hanging to the sides of the burning
ship and was brought ashore.
Considering the condition of
roads and weather, Naploeon made
remarkable time in his retreat from
Moscow. He traveled from near Vilna
to Paris in 312 hours, a journey of
1,400 miles. This was an average of
almost five miles an hour.
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Bones, Percy. The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 70, Ed. 1 Friday, July 30, 1937, newspaper, July 30, 1937; Shamrock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth526081/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Shamrock Public Library.