Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 6, 1935 · Page 3
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 3

Pampa, Texas
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Friday, September 6, 1935
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f tttBAY 1935 THJB t*AM!>A »-M ; -.-.- - »>«.-».«.«».i: HEWS, £amf>a, te*aft PAGE BEST MEfHODS OF COMBATTING EROStoN MMHT IN PAMlANDLE , AMARlIiLO, Sept. 6 W—The battle ts SSve PahhKndle-plalhs soil from the ravages of wtnd and fra- ter erbslon Is being waged on three broad fronts. Eight 25,000-acre demonstration •{jrSjgdtS, Hie first of wHlnh was lo- cU68d fh Dallam county, will'seek to determihe the best method of cdttibattlfig erosion. Pour of the re- iH'afhlng projects will be In the t*sirihahcue—In Deaf Smith, Old- hflrri, Sherirtan, and Octilltree counties. the Civilian Conservation corps, with the cooperation of farmers, is at 'work on another front. Farm lands within a radius of 2f> miles of CCC camps In Dawson, Hall. Latnb and Ochlltree counties will be eligible for work by CCC workers. A titiC camp In Potter county is at ivork on an experiment designed to prevent erosion to pasture lands. The third front was created by the wind erosion law, written by Senator Clint Small and passed by the legislature this year. Under the bill certain Panhandle counties may form conservation districts. As political subdivisions the districts will be eligible to sponsor WPA projects, to make assessments for soil work and to receive any state and federal funds available for soil programs. THe !aw provides that nil 1935 and 193G nd valorem taxes be refunded in Dallam, Hartley, Oldham, J3eaf Smith, Sherman and Moore counties if those counties are organized Into conservation districts before October 31. Llpscomb, Hansford and Ochiltree counties will receive a refund of one-half of their ad valorem taxes If organized before that time. About $200,000 will be available from refunded tfiSces If all of the 6otmtte% fate advftofege of the law. Mother provision provides for the Use Of So per cent Of the autd- motfile' license fees for work on Highways covered during spring dust storms. The county judge and commissioners will serve as officials of the conservation districts. H. H. Pinnell, who has been in charge of the Dallam county demonstration, also will direct the other 2b.OdO-acre projects. He recently was elevated from regional director for the soil erosion service to acting regional conservator for the southern high plains region. His area will include the Texas Panhandle. Colorado, and parts' of NeW Mexico, Kansas and Oklahoma*. - , H. A. Finch is superintendent of the CCC camp in Potter county. He is signing up land owners who are willing to cooperate in the program designed to rehabilitate grass lands. -«. WHEELER, COUNTY RECORDS (Courtesy, Title Abstract; Co.) Oil filings for Tuesday, Sept. 3: .—American MAefity Corp., on. 8 Vt Section 48, block 24, to the following parties. Mrs. Selnia Hanson, 6-9600 int. Adah P". Corlett et al, 17-9800 int. franna M. Grant, 11-9600 int. John Arenz, 5-9600 int. Jessie W. Civille, 6-9^00 Int. MD.—American Fidelity Corp. to Vandla C. Evans, 2-160b int. N E y t sectioti 48, block 24. : • Roy. Cent.—Clayton Heare, to O. O. Stokley, H int. F, ',(. section 31. block 17, exc. N E '4 of N E V, and S W '/, of S E '/,. Roy Cent.—Clayton Heare, to O. G. Stokley, 2-16 int. N E V, of N E ,'/. and S W V\ of S E </i section 31. block 17. Itfml. Claim—L. H. Bbgait vs Texola fief. Co., et al, 10 ac. in .square in S E corner of N E '/, section 47, block 13. MDs—General Industries Corp. on W % section 47, block 24, to the following parties. Mary Kudoff Smith, 1-G40 Int. Minnie C. Jones, 1-9GO int. Paul Bothner, et al, 29-11520 int. Jennie E. Bailard et al. 1-320 int. A. Edith Schwartz, 1-320 int. Warren C. Fletcher, i,-1152 int. Herman Mueller, 17-11520 int. MD.—General Ind. Corp to Frank S. Mlllher, 1-320 int. N E y, section 49, block 24. MD.—General Ind. Corp to Minnie Bergstrom, 3-4000 int. N E H section 49, block Ji4. District Office Approves Project City Manager C. I». Stine was still in Amarillo this morning in connection with the fairground Improvement WPA project and other requests made and approved yes- tordny afternoon by the county and district offices. The paik project, tennis courts, street markers, water extensions and bridges, amounted to $105,000. Other cities and communities in. the county arc making request for much needed projects. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grove will leave tomorrow for Beaumont where they will make their future home. HORNED FROGS WILL PL AY 7 GAMES ON 7,500 MILE TRIP FORT WORTH. Sept. 6. —The Horned Frogs of Texas Christian University will travel some 7,500 miles this season, in playing out a 12-game schedule which includes seven contests away from home. The Frogs' conference Journeys include games in Fayetteville, Austin arid Waco. But It Is In four contests with teams outside the conference that the Christians will really pile up the mileage. They will make trips to Tulsa, Okla., Shreve- poit aiid New Orleans, La., and San Francisco, Calif. Only one night game will be played by T. C. U.—that with Loyola in New Orleans, scheduled for Friday night, Nov. 8. The Frogs will play away from home from Oct. 19 to Nov. 23, the schedule being thus arranged so as to avoid a conflict with the Arling- ton Downs races. The complete schedule, with 1934 scores: Sept. 21—T. C. U. vs Howard- Payne, Fort Worth. Sept. 28-T. C. U. (27) vs Denton Teachers (0). Fort Worth. Oct. .V-T. C. U. (10) vs Arkansas (24), FnyettevillP. Oct. 12—T. C. U. (14) vs Tulsa (12), Tulsa. Oct. 19—T. C. U. (13) vs Texas A. & M. (0), Fort Worth. Oct. 2C--T. C. U. (0) vs Centen- nary (13), Shreveporl. Nov. 2—T. C. U. (34) vs Baylor (12), Waco. Nov. 8 (night)—T. C. U. (7) vs Loyola (0). New Orleans. Nov. 1C—T. C. U. (19) vs Texar (20), Austin. Nov. 23.—-T. C. U. (7) vs Rice (2), Fort Worth. Nov. 30—T. C. U. (0) vs S. M; tf. f ' (19), Port ya&h. Dec. 7—T.',C. p. (9) vs Santa Clara (7), San Francisto. ' Resident ' Of Pampa Is Dead Lewis M. Allcri. 53, rt resident of Pampa for th6 past five yeSfs,' dlM In" n local hospital last night. Jntr 1 . Allen had been in failing health "for some time but his death was sudden and unexpected. A painter by trade. Mr. Allen Had been an extensive traveler, tie' Is survived by relatives in'K&iisaii and California who liave not been lo- catrcl.' The bopy is at. the G. C. • Malonp Funeral home. ' OFF TO CALIFORNIA C. K Hutchlns left last night to visit n KlJite'r, Mrs. H. W. Colemah, at Berkeley, Calif. J. H. Clay was admitted to Pampa- Jarrat.t hospital lor treatment yesterday. WE JIHCE THE STANDARb OF AMERICA Made from the Choicest Concord Grapes FULL PL 19 FULL NEXT DOOR NORTH OF J. C. PENNEY Under MANAGEMENT E SUPPL PROMPT FREE DELIVERY PHONE 1222 V\/M. A. ROGERS AA, PLATED for only 25e and GROCERY & MARKET "THE HOME OF PERSONAL SERVICE" EL THE SOUTH'^ FAVORITE SALAD DRESSING FULL _ SOU ART 34 0 Get3 SILVER-PLATED HERE'S JUST A FEW OF OUR STORE WIDE BARGAINS—every item is specially priced. Meat and Produce Prices are for Friday afternoon, Saturday and Monday. We reserve the right to limit quantities of all purchases. ONE 3-LB. CRISCO WRAPPER DETAILS FROM OUR CLERKS Large BOX PLAINS DELIGHT PACKARD'S BEST The Soap of Beautiful Women Use 43 Ills, out of a sack of Packard Best and if you don't say it's the BEST flour you ever used, return the remaining 5 Ibs. and get your money back. EVERY SACK FULLY GUARANTEED Armour's Balloon Goes Further! Fresh Degerminatcd Cream WBAG Lighthouse Lightens Housework Tall Jumbo Size, Cooked in Checue and Tomatoes Red or White LARGE, DELICIOUS GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS Medium Size .Tiiiby Californias Large Firm, Crisp & Green Large Original BUNCH Large Juicy Sunkist \vS Here's a Buy if you arc planning to pickle Beets! SATURDAY ONLY FINE TO PICKLE CANS FOR FINEST, CORN FED BEEF No. Z>/> fancy first grade, fine with wcincrs Full No. Z Sifted Size Can Early Finest Brand June FRESH & CURED PORK No. 2 Spinach Mustard or Turnip Green 2 CANS FOR No. 2!<i faney snow white, Finest Brand Choice Cut Loin, Fancy Baby, Beef Armour's Coco Hard Water Giant Rolled Plate nib, No Bone No Waste ARMOUR'S MOQN ROSE NEW PROCESS Moon Rose, Choice of Platonitc Cup and Saucer, Bowl, Tumbler, Dish, etc. in Every Box. SMALL CANS Double Richness of Whole Cream FRESH, TENDER HEARTS TO STUFF— AND SMALL FRESH TONGUES TO PICKLE FRESH PORK Piukuey'a Sugar Cured Not Frozen, Shank End As Cut & J&dfel Displayed PjPJ f Fresh Slodi Cellophane Package Whole Seni or Dills in Glass Young Veal Round Forequnrtcr SCHILLING'S Fancy Center Cut Baby Beef Chuck Break 'Morn A Chase & Stillborn Product Always Fresh In Favorite Fruit Flavors New Crop Recleaiied Tiiese Will iCook FRYERS PERCOLATE OR DRIP Yes Sir, the cream of the crop. Home grown and not coop stale. Dressed and Drawn FREE. Cut up ready for the pun if you like No. 1 Size Finest Brand With Pork No. 1 Size can, Finest Brand No. 1 Size From Mature Lima Beans No. 1 Size Can Fines,! Brand Diced PIGS'N BLANKETS MINCED HAM Fresh Cottage With Lots of Cream FOR GUNNING Something New and Differ ent. You'll Like Them! 1st Grade, 'A or Whole Only CERTO IT'S BETTER SURE JELL For Making Jelly CORN FLAKES WHEAT KRISPIES RICE KRISPIES OR PEP CALF LIVER Young and Tender—P Fresh, not Frozen MATCHES ™ JBQX C,arton fl Rea l Mexico favor * Plenty TOILET TISSUE Choice Cut Kound Fancy Beef The new Improved Package Makes your Wa an* FRUIT JABS Regular Kerr- Mason or Ball Glass Tops DOZ. QTS, VINEOIR Pure Apple Cider in the Bulk. Bring Your Own Container MACARONI or SPAQHETJTI Paramount Brand Size SARDINES Regu|a.r Flat Sfee to Aniarlcan O MUSTARD % QUART 17e ^yi. -, - ^. -^

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