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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 20 July 1945

WE WEATHER t HUMID win i PROBABLE SHOWERS Ke p cool j stay hem w lavaUKafati Mr and Mrs Jim Reld havc returned from a trip to the mar- kets fe u waving STRAYED Whitefaced heifer yearling from my pasture about two months ago Branded faint JL on left hip and V lower down on left thigh J C Lee one mile southeast of Canadian 462tp Silk Cotton Tree Commonly known as the silk cotton tree kapok grows profusely in the West Indies Central America and northern South America where for years the natives have used it for dugout canoes and rafts PROTEIN FEEP Let us book you for your protein feeds for this winter gwersen Fees Phone 95 nfrrTFru7sryaf fiKgw Ill Meet You At THE KILLARNEY Its An Old Canadian Custom Theyre never too young or too old to appreciate the energy pep and enjoy- ment derived from our delicious meals Tempting Menus Good Steaks Good Service Reasonable Prices E H Fort Mgr We Appreciate Your Patronage ARTIES BEAUTY SHOP These Pine Permanents 20 and 25 ° OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HERE RA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 20 July 1945

On frosty fall nights theres plen- ty of opportunity for good conver- sation and cheer over pieces of pumpkin plo and mugs of tangy el- der or iplccd tea True these make for simple entertaining but then no one has much time for putting up elaborate refreshments these hur- ried war days A good oven Is Important In the i making of the pie The filling must be of custard lic consistency but the under crust should be well browned and crisp If the range Is fueled with butane or propane the tank and bottled gases the do tslrcd temperature Is casj to achieve The automatic tamperature controls do the trick Fompktn Fie Hi tf r 1 Up l ami 44 Up nilrntf ft l i r 1 Up- S tffl 1 cap t ktl r BBtl pimpkln t cap milk 1 Dint lath pftilrr fall anbaked Mix sugar spices and salt Add pumpkin slightly beaten eggs and milk Pour into pastry lined pan Bake in a hot < 450 F oven 10 minutes reduce heat to 350 F and bake 23 minutes longer For a glace top add 5 tablespoons of milk when pie is ready for oven R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 27 July 1945

> LARGEST CIRCULATION IN HEMPHILL COUNTY Volume VII Sacred Heart Church News In Spanish rem padre stack c m Los acolltos a nuevc la Mlia en cl proximo domingo son Rob- ert Hernandez y John Parra a dlez la Mlsa son Henry Ramirez y John Estrada Cuando cllo est poslblc noso tros habremos el Mlslonero con duel r un Mlslon en el espanol a- la Iglesla del Sagrado Corazon Lo anuncio do ello dlere en csto perlodlco semanal La Famllia Christiana SI cl trabajo es condlclon nccesarla para el perfeclonamlento del hombre la famllia es su ambl ente normal Dcstolnada por Bios a la transmislon dc la vl da y al complemento reclproco de los conyuges ella constltuyc par esa mlsma razon la celula prlmera del organlsmo social En ella se froman y se educan las nuevas generacloncs en ella se conservan y transmlten la lengua las costumbrcs las vlr tudes y las tradlcioncs que con stltuyen el patrimonlo de un pueblo Su constltuclon mono gamla lndlsolube brota de su propla flnalldad natural ex preslon de l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 27 July 1945

H sIB f MAJOR LEAGUER fO ENTER THE ARMY HUGH SWITCHED FROM A TAIL END TEAM THE PHILLIESro A FIRST place outfit miAvs ENTERED THE ARM AND YOU CAN HELP KEEP EM THERE IF Vou BUY MORE Jgfc WAR BONDS U 1 reasury Ucpurtt tnt We wish to thank you for your co- operation in our efforts to provide better food and service A part of our New Equipment is already installed and we expect to continue our program of in- stalling new equipment and improving the service until the finest foods can be served with little or no waiting We serve good food here the prices are reasonable and it is known far and wide as the place where Friend Meets Friend E H Fort Mgr Higgins Livestock Sales Co HIGGINS TEXAS Will Open Tuesday July 31 1945 TWO OF THE YOUNGEST MANAGERS OWNERS EVER KNOWNAGES 14 AND 16 Our yards join the Santa Fe railroad for your convenience We are equipped to handle livestock by the car load and are BONDED for your protection AUCTIONEER COL BRUCE GUY RING MASTER JAY GUY Lee and J W Guy Owners L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 27 July 1945

i i LOOKING AHEAD Y GEORGE S BENSON VrttiJeHtJtarJiM Co It est Searcy JtkaHtai Moral Courage Only three dangers ieem big enough to threaten Americas direct course to postwar prosperity They t ore 1 scarcity of capital 2 loss ot foreign markets and 3 government bungling in matters of business Two previous chapters of Looking Ahead discussed the first two ob- stacles Either of them could wreck Americas hope of world leadership both can be avoided The courage of our people to brave the first two hazards depends on knowing what government means to do about the third By Investing the cost of six months of war In- dustry can create the 7 to 10 mil- lion new jobs needed Competent American workers can make these Jobs pay good wages and returns on the Investment Industry and labor can succeed together with favorable a government regulations Tays to be Ready Stalling and delaying at the wars end may in three ways stop all progress of labor and Industry back toward prosperity Indeed one ob- st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 27 July 1945

Canadian WCTU Will the person who took the lare dlshnan ra the WCTU hulldln PLEAS rpturn You know It Is not YOUR pan Be honest Dlfhes missing possibly tak- en by mistake but return please Then again we arc asking those who use building to clean- up afterward and especially our nice gas range as you would your own If used While Janitor service and Tents have soarcJ we have not raised our price but ask It bo cared for as your own Trlvlledged to use It and con- tents when wanted a commun- ity center so please return the articles mentioned they needed as you well know MBI Mr ar 1 Mrs G O Dakc and children of Phillips spent the weekend at Hlggins with friends and relatives The Rev Harry Wllbanks and family expect to be home this week Services will be held Sun- day at the Prcsbjterian church Tvt and Mr A O Whitfield and daughter are visiting rela- tives at Elk City tills week Pvt Whitfield lb hcie oi a fifteen day furlough from Camp John- ston Florida Rev and Mrs Wlllard South and daughcr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 27 July 1945

II Mrs Emma Rich of Ryan Mr and Mrs Nick Williams Okla Is hero visiting her son of Nocona are new employees W O Rich and family at the Moody cafe Farm Equipment GrahamHoeme Plows FRESNO Farmall Bull Dozers IMPLEMENT CO Try the 0 K Tire Shop for Recapping and Repairs Prompt Service All New Electric Equipment YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED Phone 90 BUY WAR BONDS mtmwm 2v3 Box 7 Canadian Tex timatmximtX m PARTS and SERVICE inme haima VilU Prescriptions Our Specialty Front Wheel Alignment Brake Relining Motor Overhauling Electrical Repairs Chassis Repairs Custom Painting Body and Fender Repair ALL OPERATORS SKILLED AND EXPERIENCED ALL WORK GUARANTEED TRUEBLOOD MOTOR US OIPOllTUNITY KNOCKS IIEHE MWHBPWr RATE Two cents per word for first Insertion one cent per word for each following consec- utive Insertion of the same ad Minimum price Is for IS words YES 1 have some welllocat ed houses for sale All priced to sell See me for bargains D A Witt t27 CALLING ALL HOGS Big or little We sell buy or t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 27 July 1945

V i tr ntwrofr The HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS Canadian Texas Othello Miller EditorPublisher Published Every Friday SUBSCRIPTION RATE IN Ca- nadians Trade Territory S100 Outside Trade Territory S2 00 Advertising Rate 40c Per Inch Application or entry as second class matter made at the post office In Canadian Texas July 7 1D45 Mr and Mrs K W Kelln and Mr and Mrs M II Smith Jr left Saturday morning fox a va- cation at Carlsbad N M Mr and Mrs Walter Worlcy went to Pampa Monday evening to visit Mis Worleys sisteri Mrs J T Crouch who recently under- went surgery ip Ji f v New Formal Gown Saves for Bonds Guaranteed to steal the spotlight this alluring evening dress or pea- cock blue raj on can be made at home It features the new covered nccto cap sleeves hire mldrllT and a striped lafTcti bou Itu > War Bonds with the savings 1attcrns available at local stores V S Ttratttry Defarltiiml IIae jour picture made at The News office six for 4 OS OFFICE OF DEFENSE TRANSPORTATION GENERAL ORDER 52 Effe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 27 July 1945

WOKING ITf AIJM3 in GEORGE BENSON Pt < tUit Httdtit Cellct Stattf JriiKtst Results Count Good mechanics are economists Vfhether a workman Is a compe- tent millwright or a graduate me- chanical engineer he Is an enemy of lost motion And lost motion Is m menace to prosperity serious ai Arc When an engine is running Idle it ts only wearing out When a ma- chine Is driven with its brakes on the waste is even more damaging property Is Injured and energy thrown away What is true of a mechanical as- sembly Is true of a human Organiza- tion In this respect The owners of a farm or the stockholders of a cor- poration are no penny richer for having a crew that works hard all day doing nothing Work is neces- sary on a farm sweat and calluses are only Incidental Its the crop rlhat brings in the money and pays the men who till the land Production Pays Prosperity results from work but not from all work Prosperity results from productive work Peo- ple who keep busy but do not In- crease the yield...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 27 July 1945

3he3air AS1LVLR STAR for gallantry in action has been awirdcd to Ifc Julius Asclunbrcnncr Pinckncy Mich Although a member of a lifjit machine gun section and therefore only armed with a pistol Aschenbrcnncr advanced with several riflemen under heavy fire to Knock out a machine gun position in New Guinea He helped still the enemy fire Men like that must have weapons food and clothing The War Bunds > ou bu > and hold will provide them V S Trtatur Dtfarlmrnt A Priceless Asset Entire Family Clothiers Since 1913 xm AM t5lCAN HEPOES HaveThe ews do your Job Printing a y v r r T kgg a aagy T TV e Tji Host assured if you pay your bills promptly and moot > our obligations as they come due It will be greatly to your benefit You thus acquire GOOD CTEDIT which earns for > ou the respect and good will of the people with whom you do business Protect your credit for you will never have a BETTER FRIEND Keep your funds at our Bank and pay by check Thus you will have safety and a complete ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 3 August 1945

I1 M VOLUME VII t Mrs Clark Reagan Dies Saturday The entire county was sadden- ed Saturday by the sudden death of Mrs Clark Reagan following an operation for appendicitis Mrs Reagan underwent surgery about two weeks ago and up un- til a few hours before her death was recovering nicely In fact she had planned to leave the hospital Saturday her daugh- ters birthday Sadie Alice Reagan was born at Vlrtita Okla January 5 1908 She married James Clark Reag- an April 24 1926 She was bap- tized In August of 1939 Two children preceded Mrs Reagan In death Three children survive They are Barbara Jean 16 Roger Walter 14 and Nadlne 9 Besides her husband and children she leaves to mourn her untimely death her mother and stepfather Mr and Mrs P A Moon three sisters Mrs Art Evans of Compton Calif Mrs Doyle Hanna of Raymonds vllle Mo and Mrs Rusty Miller of Canadian and two brothers Lee Gllstrap of Bell Garden Calif and Pvt Raymond Gll strap of Fort Knox Ky Mrs Reagan was a member cf the Church of Ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 3 August 1945

I SAGE TWO bis HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS Canadian Texas Othello Miller EditorFubllsher Ibsciiptlon Hatet In Canadians trjjlo territory 100 a year out Canadians trade territory S200 a year All subscriptions pavabjc in advance Advertising Rate Local 40c per column Inch foreign 45c per column Inch Published Every Friday Application for entry as second class matter made at the post office in Canadian Texas July 7 1945 t Pfc Willard Harrell of June ton Cltv Kan is visiting here and at Follett whllcon furlough Mrs Harrell who has spent sev eral weeks here with her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Mathls will return to Junction City with him Miss Teresa Shaw has return- ed to her home at Amarlllo af- ter visiting relatives at Chey- enne Okfi jt Mr and Mrs V B Langwcll and famly and Mr and Mrs Gordon Elliot have moved to JUgglns Cattle CANADIAN WCTU NEWS Another grievance this time the parkway In front of the WCTU building Have Just heard that the trees and grass dying for the want of a little Care once...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 3 August 1945

V AUGUST 3 1845 z Lt and Mrs Lloyd McNamec of San Angelo Calif will ar rivehere tomorrow to visit Mrs McNamees parents Mr and Mrs L S Hardage Dr C C Merritt Equipped To Give Complete Chiropractic Service WHEELER TEXAS SUNDAYS < Wt wwwuwm MODIXATf WINDS WITH umi CIMNOI IN llMTtHA rum imi hn Iriitr U th vlil 4 It Buy War Bondsl rimes 1000 A M r S M 100 P wr mMWIBi HftMii > Farm Equipment GrahamHoeme Plows FRESNO Farmall Bull Dozers BUY WAR BONDS ToThe Citizens of Canadian TOE HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS Canadian Home Demonstration Club News Discussions at the club meet- ing held at the home of Mrs Thomas last Friday were on the annual exhibit to be held this year at the WCTU building on September 15th Besides the educational ex- hibit there will be a gift table a dress revue dinner will be served and the cooked foods sold as usual Seven members one guest and Miss Hlx were present at this meeting Next meeting will be held on August 10th at the home of Mrs J M Johnson Mrs ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 3 August 1945

age rotnt Tuesday evenlfijjfwas ladles night at he notary club and about 70 Rotarlans and Rotary Anns and their guests enjoyed a picnic nt the Lake Marvin picnic grounds THE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUnCH Troy Plunk Minister Sundayschool promptly at 10 a m Mother Father Your sons and daughters need to be 1n Sundayschool Dont send them bring them > IF YOU AIIE looking for a gift be sure to look over our fine selection before you buy YoUjjvill be surprised at the quality variety beauty and reasonable prices Flewelllng Hardware lt48p The Reverend and Mrs Good ncr of Pampa will bo in charge of the Assembly of God services Sunday morning and evening There wlllTbe special singing RigsbyAndrews Marriage July 21 H G Rlgsby and Miss Wllma Andrews both of Canadian were united In marriage July twentyfirst at the Methodist parsonage by the Rev Fisher The young couple were accom- panied by Mrs Jewel Rlgsby Miss Ona Thompson and Troy Andrews Sgt Guy Elkins son of Mr and Mrs W M Elkins who Is at Kasser...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 August 1945

4H Club Boys Attend Camp The following 4 II Club boys from Hemphill county made the district camp at Lake McClellan with County Agent Walte Grist Raymond Rutherford Charles Rcld Roger Reagan Gilbert For Test Ben Mathers John Morris Eugene Thompson Herman Nor thrup Tommy Mitchell Edward Adcock Jack Nix Frank Young Bill Arrlngton George Arrington Bobby Kemp and Bill Gray This camp is held annually and is made up of 4H Club boys from 21 counties Boys arc selected on the merit system They must carry on a demon- stration of livestock poultry or some agricultural production attend meetings regularly keep Tecords and keep an active en- rollment card In the County Agents office There were 28G boys present this year at the camp Club leaders from Cana- dian were Gober Mitchell and Cap Rutherford Lt and Mrs A B Fincher and children arrived here Thursday to visit Lieutenant Finchers mother Mrs Joe A Fincher and other relatives He has just re- turned from Germany where he has been for the past y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 August 1945

MGE TWO Tho HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS Canadian Texas Othello Miller EdttorPubllshor obsciiplion Itate In Canadians jtadc territory SI 00 a year out- side Canadians trade territory SZ00 a year All subscriptions payable In advance Advertising Bate Local 40c per columnalnch foreign 45c per column Jlnch s Published Every Friday 5 Application for entry as second class matter made at the post office In Canadian Texas July 7 1345 Jk CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH HEVIVAL ENDS SUNDAY Hevlval services at the Central Baptist churchhere will end with the SundaJ night service according to the > Rev Sanford Cole pastor of the church Mr Cole urges eyerjone to hear Evangelist Etheredgc Sat- urday night and both services Sunday Hear this man of God warn sinners to prepare to meet God Ills subject for Saturday night will be Canadian Sold Out To The Devil Lock Stock and Barrel Buy War Bonds CANADIAN WCTU NEWS Our members widely scatter cd why our meetings discontin- ued for the summer months Mdms John Jones an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 August 1945

X vweeyt AUUST 10 1945 Canadian Aug 10 1945 BUTTEHFAT 46c EGGS 31c HENS 22c HOGS S1425 Children Attend Youth Camp Twentyfour Canadian young stcrs attended the Baptist Asso clatlonal Youth camp at Lake Everybodys talking about what a grand Job Herb Helm is doing at the war plant Not Just one shift but two a dayto help build the war materials our men need Good for Ilerlit Bnt Id llke to pay a word for Mary Herbs wife She runs tho house cooks ho meals takes care of tho chil- dren and works on salvago drives and bundles for the Red Cross Believe me thats tiring work for any woman Yet when Herb comes home too tired to talk or watch where iiiHKfe i i Fryer Monday through Wednes- day of this week Ed Little took the children out in his truck and Miss Georgia Mae Little acted as head sponsor from Canadian Canadian Hospital Notes Guy Layland was operated on for appendicitis at the local hospital Saturday Patricia Wyatt was operated on for appendicitis Saturday n L Roberts James Chesser Lawren...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 August 1945

V MCE TOUR Mrs Williams Gels Letter From Filipino Mrs M L Williams received the following letter about two weeks ago It was written In a- very good hand In blue Ink on ordinary ruled stationery iP July 1745 Mil Williams rhaps you will be surprlftd to this epistle ol mine In as much as you dont know who am I But tint of all I am sending you my best regards and also to your belcvDd children Mrs Williams I am a very poor creature and a Filipino citizen To tell you frankly Mrs Williams I owe my life to tho American troops that saves tho life of the Filipinos from the devil hands of the savages peoplo Japs During the time I am one of the laborer of the American troops under my kind master Sergeant William However Mrs William I dont know bow can I repay your beloved husband his kindness he hed done to mo As long < im God gives roe long life I will and I will never for act Mr William my good master and I thank you At your service CATALINO REYES Sergeant Williams Is stationed nt Manila I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 August 1945

9 EDITORS NOTE This neuspapcrt through special arrangement tilth the Washington Bureau of Western Kens paper Union at 1616 hye Street N W Washington D C It able to Irinif readers this weekly column on prob- lems of the veteran and sen iceman and his family Questions may be rid dressed tc the above Bureau and they in be answered in a subsequent coU umn No replies can be made direct by mud but only in the column uiri uill opptcr in this neuspapcr regulurly Revised GJ Bill Unless the senate accepts the re- vised GI Dill of nights as it wo3 liberalized by the house recently there Is little chapce of further en- actment until the reconvening of congress after the summer vaca- tion The major provisions of the new bill which skimmed through the house by unanimous voice vole are designed to liberalize the loan and education sections and make only minor changes In hospitalization employment unemployment com- pensation and administrative titles of the original bill Amendments to the education...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 August 1945

TAGH TWO m < The nEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS Canadian Texas Othello Miller EditorPublisher Subscription Rater In Canadians trade territory 100 a year out- side Canadians trade territory 200 a year All subscriptions payable In advance Advertising Hate Local 40c per column Inch foreign 45c per column Inch Published Every Friday Application for entry as second class matter made at the post ofllce In Canadian Texas July 7 1945 Canadian Aug 17 1945 BUTTERFATj 46c EGCS 31c HENS 22c HOGS S14 25 Dr C C Merritt Equipped To Glvo Complete Chiropractic Service WHEELER TEXAS Birthday Party Monday for Mary 1711 iis en p1 nno Mrs Harold Price entertained with a birthday party at her home Monday afternoon In hon- or of her little daughter Marv Ellen who was seven years old The afternoon was spent play- ing games after which delicious refreshments of Jello cake and punch were served Those enjoying the happy occasion were Mary Bell Williams Myrtle Converse Dolly Parker Patsy Wheeler Dale Cain Italenc Sta...

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