Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 7, 1936 · Page 8
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 8

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 7, 1936
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i»AGfc THE TAMPA DAILY NEWS, famfca, Texas i Jtftffe f, LeFORS SCOUT TROOP RETURNS FROM 15-DAY TRIP TOXX)AST IS FINANCED BOYS THROUGH BENEFITS BY with 32 Boy Scouts of the rs troop, their baggage, souv- ,-v~-..~ that included shells from the '-Pacific and a Oila monster, and five adult leaders, n bus returned to LePors after a 15-day trip to the west coast. Troop members in this annual trip went to Catnlinn island, points of interest in California, Boulder dam, the Grand canyon, and other places enroute. The trip was financed by the boys themselves, by sponsoring various benefits through the past year. Boys in the parly were Billy Thompson, Robert Bracken, Mny- nard Johnson, Herbert Frirtcllc, H. P. Quarles, Elmer Husband, Wilborn Fitzgernld, Philip Kennedy, Ben Cheek. Trevor Wolfe, Fred Robert- son. J. R. Newman, Harold Smith, Cleo Nipper, Paul Jenks, W. L. Ferguson, Leo Ferguson, Claude Johnson. Donald Thomas. Charles Nipper. Junior Bonner, Lee Irby Libby. Tom Archie Walker. John Cornett. Dalton McKay. Pharis McKay, Odell Warfovd. Warren Walls, Jimmy Cornett, J. A. Jackson, E. T. An try, Roy Foster. Adults accompanying the boys were J. H. Duncan. Scoutmaster; Charlie Marrs. assistant Scoutmaster: Bill Hill, bus driver; Red Jaggars, cook; and E. L. McCluskey. A familiar sight on the streets cf Clarendon for many yeais has been n woman peddling her farm products from a topless buggy, pulled by a gray pony. This woman is Mrs. Minnie Barton. She knows her pony was thirty years old, she snys. because it was born May 14, 1906. and she raised it. She sells corn, garden truck and berries which she grows at her home near the greenhouse. She has lived here 26 years. She already has plenty of buyers [or her berries this season. The dewberries have a full crop, she fays, but the blackberries never bear so much, and have a very light crop this season. A clay for Pioneers has been designated, during the Anvil Park Rodeo at Canadian ns July 3. Plans for a reunion are being formulated. Part of the entertainment fop the Pioneers includes an Old Fashioned Square Dance and Old Fiddlers' Contest. Both of these attractions I are to be held at the City Hall in Canadian. Details of the program for this day will be announced later. Mayor W, L. Boyles of Panhandle, member of the state executive committee from the 31st senatorial district and Carson county chairman, was elected a delegation of the Democratic National Convention at Philadelphia at the state convention in San Antonio last week. Mr. Boyles attended the San Antonio convention and seivcd on the credentials committee. Other delegates with Mr. Boyles from the 18th congressional district are Riley Strickland and E. A. Simpson of Amarillo, and Eugene Worley of Shamrock. Ochiltree county has received $4,371.41 as n result of voting a wind erosion conservation district, authorized under n new state law, written and sponsored by Panhandle representatives in the legislature. Under the law, the counties voting district get back for the years 1935-36 all stale taxes except school and Confederate pension levies. County commissioners govern the district within their own county. Two colts arrived at the Funnnn Williams hoise farm at Canadian Monday night. Both mothers claimed one colt, ignoring the other colt. Mr. and Mrs. Williams placed one of the colts in their sedan and took it elsewhere. Sheriff T. B. Harris of Carson county rode 111 the centennial pa- Texas Legends and Folklore By, Olive M. Johnson, Director of Speech Arts North Texas State Teachers College vvi Elizabethan English in Texas It is said tna'- the purest Eliza- than English spoken in America is in the isolated regions of Kentucky, Tennessee and West iVrginia. But many of these tall, raw-boned Anglo-Saxons 'were among the early emigrants to Texas, and their descendents still retain their pastoral freshness and Innocence. These people indeed picturesque and colorful in manner and speech, speaking in the quaint idiom of a by-gone day. Their dialect is pure Elizabethan English fused with the rough and ready lexicon of the frontier. Speaking in their homely and yet rich vernacular, they say "seed" for "saw," "ort" for 'ought,' "year" for "ear," 'holp" for "holped." and "hit" for 'it." Pure Anglo-Saxon Our attitude toward them should be tolerant rather than condescending, remembering, as Professor Beaty says, that "the continuity of their culture is unbroken." There in their rade at Pampa Tuesday. He enjoyed his visit at the Pnmpa celebration. rough frame cabins, rearing sturdy children and living close to the soil, these people have preserved much of the flavor, vitality, and gusto of early pioneer life in Texas. OIL MOTIONS DENIED SHERMAN, June 6 (AP)—A motion to set aside a temporary injunction restraining movement in interstate commerce of 60,000 barrels of Rodessa crude in possession of the East Texas Pipe Line and Refining companies, was denied today by Federal Judge Randolph Bryant. HOPKINS' REPORT WASHINGTON, June 0 (AP)—In a final report on the federal emergency relief administration, Harry L. Hopkins said today that relief activities cost the federal government' nearly $300,000,000 more in 1935 than in 1934. His report showed also that from January 1, 1933, to December 31, 1935, when the federal government ended the so-called dole, the total cost of relief was $4,096,433,367. ONLY ONE OBSTACLE REMAINS IN PAMPA-BORGER ROAD WORK -RIGHT-OF-WAY IS NEEDED AMARILLO, June 6.—"We are ready to put nearly 150 men to work on the highway job as soon as the right-of-way matter is cleared up. A. A. Meredith, district WPA super- ] visor, stated yesterday in connection with the Pampa-Borger highway project. Construction of the road is being held up because of right-of-way difficulties on a narrow strip. When the road is completed, Borger and Pampa will be connected by an all-paved highway. The road will be known as State Highway No. 209. There are approximately 90 eligible WPA workers in Hutchlnson county, 25 in Gray'county, and between 20 and 30 in Potter county who will be given employment on the project. These will work on the underpass near Panhandle. Slightly more than four miles will be paved in Hutchinson county and 13 miles in Carson county. Highway 209 is already paved from Pampa west to the Carson-Gray county boundary. The highway construction Job will cost approximately $21,586, according to Mr. Meredith, $7,262 ot which will be allocated for work in Hutchinson county and $14,324 in Carson county. The Federal WPA fund will amount to $4,867, and the state allotment will be $2,295. Gray county has taken all required steps to make men available on the Pampa-Borger road project. The commissioners court and other sponsors of projects have pledged cooperation. The B. C. D. highway committee, long active on the project, is supporting efforts of Carson and Hutchinson county to remove final obstacles. With the Centennial out of the -way, local citizens will give special attention to the project, which is one of the most desired in this territory. •»• : TO OPEN HEADQUARTERS DALLAS, June 6 (AP) — Lee Simmons, campaign manager for F. W. Fischer of Tyler, candidate for governor, {announced today that Dallas headquarters for the candidate would be opened Monday. Fischer will speak at a West Texas rally in Wichita Falls Thursday night, J. B. M&rlow, of Wichita Falls, has been named as area manager for Fischer, Simmons said. SUMMER FELTS CLEANED LIGHTWEIGHT felts require special care in cleaning! We are equipped to do them perfectly! Factory Finished by ROBERTS, the Hat Man Located in the DeLuxe Cleaners 6 K tl s b o o b a •ft r< B it h d o: tl U P p F 1 F S P S M F a B 4 K n ft ai "W Suitings Regular 25c per yard material, good patterns ill a wide selection. . . Save at I.eviue's Tomorrow! Curtain Panels This Is certainly an unusually low price for curtain, panels, . . Imy plenty for the home on Dollar Day! MONDAY ONLY Cool, comfortalile play suits for Hie little girls. . washable materials in the best colors of (he year! Save Here! 40 Inch Plain and fancy patterns that make up into the popular styles for this summer wear. Priced for tomorrow— Children's Rayon plaited anklets for the kiddies in all sizes. Summer time calls for cool hose. . . Buy them at Levine's at— Sandals. . . Sandals. . • and more Sandals. . . White, red and combinations. . . all sizes, high and low heels! We are headquarters for sandals! SILK HOSE ''Ladies' silk hose in regular or kuee-hi styles. An exceptionally fine quality at this price. . . Buy plenty at— Ladies' SHOES This is a close out of 42 pairs of ladies grey shoes that sell regularly at §2.98 . . .irregular sizes in grey suede! Ladies' OXFORDS Ladies' white oxfords in sizes 3to 8. . . regular $1.79 sellers that we offer for Dollar Day only at— Our regular 25c material that we are closing out on Dollar Day at a sacrifice. . . Buy in quantities tomorrow at— Men's sanforized summer pants in all sizes. . , just the right weight for the warmer days. Very specially priced at— These ladies' rayon undies represent a great savings at this price. You'll want a tleast four pair at this price. . . ttaytm dress socks in fancy pal- terns. . . buy enough for the entire summer at this special low price— Our regular 39c value in one of the most popular summer materials. You'll save plenty if you buy piece goods tomorrow— If EN S SHORTS Well tailored garments. . full cut for comfort! A large selection for Dollar Day . . buy enough for the entire summer at. . . I-S0UARE PRINTS Quadriqua prints in the color combinations that are extremely popular for this summer. . . Save at Levine's. 6 YARBS SI BOYS 1 SHIRTS Sizes 6 to 14 in boys' dress shirts. Guaranteed fast color in the best patterns for summer wear! Save tomorrow. 3 FOR SI PRINTED ORGANDIES Regular 19c material. . . makes up into lovely summer dresses. . and at this price you can save a lot of money. 8 YARDS SI BOYS 1 SHORTS Fast color materials in all sizes from 6 to 16. This is another savings that the mothers will appreciate at Levine's. . , 8 FOR SI WASH FROCKS Daiijty organdy wash dresses that you can wear all through the summer months. . . cool ami comfortable. SPECIAL AT— SI WASH SUITS Genuine Peter Pan Wash Suits for the boys. Sizes 2 to 6 in our regular $1.00 quality. Tomorrow buy them at— 2 SUITS SI LADIES'HATS New styles and colors in ladies' summer felt hats . . .match every dress while you can buy them at this price. . . CHOICE— SI MEN'S SOCKS These souks sell for lOe per pair regularly and they're worth it— tomorrow we will sell them at the special price of— 20 PMIS SI WASH FROCKS licautil'ul new styles, finely tailored in the new colors for summer. . . nil unusual bargain for Dollar Day! Our new ready to \veuv department offers many outstanding bar- FOR Polo Hoys sizes in polo sliirls. . . 'the sports shirts that all the boys prefer for summer wear. Dress them up (it— 2 for W. D. COVERALLS Sizes 0 to 8 ... the ideal play suits for the little boys. Easy to launder, cool and comfortable for summer time. 2 for Dress STRAWS Men. . you don't have to pay a fancy price to get that straw liat at Levine's . . .Plenty of shapes and shades at only— SI Work SHIRTS Regular G9c sellers ' in our men's grey work shirts, sizes 14 to 17. Buy them at Levine's and save the difference at— 2 FOR SI Mens Dress Shirts These are our regular $1.00 sellers, but for Dollar Day you can buy them at exactly ONE-HALF PRICE! Another rare bargain at Levine's for MONDAY! '

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