The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 278, Ed. 1 Monday, March 30, 1936 Page: 2 of 6
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THE SHAMROCK TEXAN, Shamrock, Texas
MRS. MELVGER IS
HOSTESS FOR CLUB
The Irish Progressive club met
Tuesiay night at. the home of Mrs.
E. E. Meinger with Mrs. Momiie
Bryant and Mrs. Howard Leake.
Refreshments were served to Mrs.
Mary Etta Allen and' Mrs. Pinch,
guests; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Har-
low, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Burkhal-
ter, Mrs. Mary Williams, Mrs. Sadlie
Howard, Mrs. George Stanford,
Reuben Burkhalter and Howard
Of the 24 national parks in the
United States, only six now are
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FIVE KILLED WHEN SPEEDING TRAIN STRIKES AUTO
Pete Reese of Amarillo was in
Shamrock yesterday and today on
Miss Hortense Lister is spending
the week-end in Oklahoma City vis-
iting her sister.
Mrs. H. S. Rippy and Miss Essie
Holmes made a trip to Pampa Fri-
Misses Rena Johnson and Dora
Faye Miller of Kelton are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dalton of this
city. Miss Johnson is The Texan
Pigs Lose Squeal
On Irish Border
WAR TOYS FOR CHINA ~-
REPLACE BAMBOO TOPS
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eral Foods corporation wants to
know and is offering 59 cash prizes,
totaling $455 for the best answers.
A large advertisement announc-
ing the first of a series of Texas
Centennial contests conducted by
General Foods was published in Fri-
day’s Texan. Get the ad-, study the
rules and send in your answer. You
many win $100 or one of the other
58 cash prizes.
There will be nine of the contest
questions, each dealing with an in-
cident of Texas history. They will
Finals in County—
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Shamrock first, Magic City second;
girls, Shamrock first, Briscoe and
Wheeler tied for second.
Choral singing (Class A): Wheel-
er first, Kelton second, Briscoe
third. Class B or rural: Grade
first, Bethel second, Center third.
Arithmetic (Class A); Shamrock
first, Mobeetie second, Magic City
third. Class B: Plainview first,
Centerview second, Bethel third.
Spelling (Class A): Mobeetie
first, Shamrock second, Wheeler
third. Class B: Magic
FIRST PICTURE OF BARBARA’S SON
correspondent at Kelton.
Mrs. D. A. Hunt and Mrs. H. E.
Nicholson of Wheeler shoped in
DUBLIN (fP) — Ireland can now
‘boast—II it cares to-of its grunt-
less, squealless pig, guaranteed to
remain noiseless under any and all
Smugglers of livestock over the
Free State-Ulster border are re-
sponsible for these silent pigs—in
order that customs officers may not
be guided by appealing “oink-oinks”
in the darkness.
An operation is performed on the
pig, the vocal chords being removed,
and the perfect pig for smuggling is
produced in a few minutes.
town yesterday afternoon.
The bones of a huge mastodon,
found in a swamp near Saltillo, Pa.,
may be removed and prepared for
display as a WPA project.
NANKING (/P)—Militaristic ten-
dencies of the age are reflected in J
the playthings being collected ati
the capital for an exhibition whicl
is to be the high light of China'I
first officially promulgated "Chill
The Chinese boys who once fle\
kites and worked Chinese puzzles’
now fly miniature bombers and pur-
suit planes and deploy tin soldiers.
Instead of spinning bamboo tops,
the modern child of old Cathay
winds the clockwork of war tanks
and machine guns, and prefers toy
hand grenades to paper or rubber
Exhibiting conspicuously the na-
tional emblems of China, many of
these war toys come from Germany.
Others are made in Japan.
Mrs. Allen Harrison of Erick,
Okla., visited in town yesterday aft-
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This Associated Press radlophoto made In London shows little
Count Haugwltz-Reventlow as he took his first trip In a new perambu-
lator. Two nurses accompanied the son of the former Barbara Hutton,
heiress to Woolworth millions, on his tour of the private grounds.
Grade second, Wheeler third.
Declamation (rural): Junior girls,
Plainview first, Bethel second, Corn
Valley third; junior boys, Bethel
City first, j frst, Grade second, Center third
Briscoe second, Kelton third.
Ready writers (senior): Mobeetie
first, Shamrock second, Wheeler
third. Junior high: Shamrock first.
Story telling: Magic City first,
senior boys, Plainview first; senior
girls, Plainview first.
Tennis: Senior boys doubles,
Wheeler first; senior girls doubles,
John Wayne in “The Oregon Trail”
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Wheeler first, Mobeetie second;
senior boys singles, Wheeler first;
senior girls singles, Wheeler first;
junior boys doubles, Mobeetie first;
junior girls doubles, Wheeler first;
junior boys singles, Shamrock first;
junior girls singles, Wheeler first.
Junior track (Class A, ward): 50-
yard dash, Mobeetie first, Wheeler
second, Shamrock third; high jump,
Shamrock first, Wheeler second,
Mobeetie third; broad jump, Wheel-
er first, Shamrock third; 100-yard
dash, Mobeetie first, Wheeler and
Shamrock tied; relay race, Mobeetie
first, Shamrock second, Wheeler
third; chinning, Mobeetie first,
Playground ball (Class B): Boys,
Kelton; girls, Kelton; grades, boys,
Kelton first, Briscoe second, Lela
and Magic City tied for third; girls,
Briscoe first, Kelton second, Lela
and Magic City tied for third. Class
A: Junior boys, Shamrock first,
Wheeler second; ward schools, boys,
Mobeetie first, Shamrock second;
girls, Mobeetie first, Wheeler sec-
Pentathlon: Centerview by
council of the General Wildlife fed-
eration. Committees were named to
J. N. (Ding) Darling, president
of the national federation and
former chief of the federal bureau
of biological survey, warned that
unless conservationists united to
fight for preservation and restora-
tion of wildlife it will be
last throw of dice.”
Darling told of game and fish
depletions of teritories once con-
sidered inexhaustible and centered
an attack on the attitude in Wash'
“Wild life is not legalistic natural
resources in the eyes of the federal
government,” he said. Urging a
powerful federation he said “some-
thing must be done to change the
whole attitude in Washington and
get a constructive program under
Conservation efforts, he said, had
netted Pennsylvania $1,250,000 an-
nually from those who shoot deer
while Texas could double that har-
vest “if it attended to its wildlife.”
Urging organization of an esti-
mated 7,500,000 persons who hunt
and fish, Darling said' "let’s get
them together,” for united “we
can start a little heat under the
coat-tails of congressmen."
Government scientists estimate
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disregarded the law in granting the
Attorney General David T. Wil-
entz, chief prosecutor of the con-
victed killer of the Lindbergh baby,
who did not oppose the first re-
prieve, said he would disclose his
attitude toward a new reprieve to-
Meanwhile, C. Lloyd Fisher, chief
defense attorney, said he had suf-
ficient evidence to ask for a new
trial if the court of pardons should
reject Hauptmann’s new plea for
clemency now before it.
He did not disclose the nature of
ADDING MACHINE PAPER —
Fresh stock at
that approximately 3,000,000,000 tons
of solid soil material are washed
out of the fields of pastures of the
United States every year.
There has been a striking devel-
opment in the use of the national
parks for winter sports, the park
Texas Grill Cafe
Special Sunday Dinner 50c
Cream of Chicken Soup or To-
Fried Chicken with Cream Gra-
vy, Lqg of Lamib and Mint
Jelly, Chicken a la King on
Toast, Broiled Sweet Breads
with Buttered Sauce.
Special Grilled Club Steak
Sunday Luncheon ........ 40c
Baked Country Ham with Rais-
in Sauce, Sirloin of Beef and
Brown Gravy, Fresh Pork Ham
Roast with Candied Yams,
Breaded Veal Cutlets and
Creamy Gravy, Country Saus-
age with Candled Apples.
Au Gratin Cauliflower, Buttered
June #eas, Van Brant Pota-
toes, Candied Yams.
Chocolate Nut Sundae
Sheet Cake for Dessert.
Coffee, Hot or Iced Tea, Sweet
Milk, Country Churned But-
Home Made Hot Rolls.
Where Shamrock Dines.
To the Voters of Shamrock:
T am going to try and see as many of you as I can
personally and ask your vote and support in my
race for City Secretary. Because of a physical han-
dicap I will not be able to make as strenous a cam-
paign as I would like to, and if I do not get an
opportunity to talk to you personally, I want you to
know I will deeply apperciate your consideration of
my candidacy. I am qualified for the office and
will welcome your investigation of my fitness for
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Bones, Percy. The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 278, Ed. 1 Monday, March 30, 1936, newspaper, March 30, 1936; Shamrock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth526288/m1/2/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Shamrock Public Library.