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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 April 1935

■ -■ s ....' \> ■•. . • , " - "r'V . t HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1935. m i ! ■ ! -*3 r n 09 RVI u h J\ a # 8 8 VW I f & •i-s ■vwo&Si'vwS Easter Produce PRODUCE PRICES GOOD FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY ONLY RADISHES Bunch 4s GREEN ONIONS — 4s CARROTS Bunch __ 4c ASPARAGUS BUnch_____ 15c Grape Fruit ORANGES Sunkist Med. Size Large Seedless EACH _ 6c DOZ. Lettuce Large Heads EACH 7c fOMATOES Fresh Large Red Ripe POUND FOR YOUR EASTER DINNER PINKNEY'S SUN-RAY WILSON S CERTIFIED SUGAR CURED GUARANTEED Not Salty — Half or Whole, Pound STEAK Cut from choice beef, H>. ROAST Cut from choice beef, ib. SAUSAGE Pure Pork, lb. 20s 18c 19c HOT BARBECUE Boneless Beef or Pork, lb. POTATO SALAD Made the way you like it, lb. COTTAGE CHEESE Freshly Creamed, lb. 25c 15s 15s f?| Fillet of Haddock Fresh, Boneless No Waste Pound SALT MEAT Fine for boiling or frying, lb. HAMS Boneless Picnics, lb. FRYERS 2 to 2Vi lb. average, lb. 17s 28c 29c LAMB SHOULDERS Genuine Spring, lb. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 26 April 1935

, I I The Hutchinson County Herald We Get Results! \ 6—iNU. 2!!^. Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County iK>Ji(JER- STlNNKTT, TEXAS, FRIIMY7~APRPL5j^)357" /' W z m-.ii PUBLISHED fcVEKY YRIDaT NUMEROUS HOME Borger Schools PROJECTS BUSY To Hold Exhibits COUNTY WOMEN REPORTED THRU COUNCIL Borger high school, the junior high school and both ward schools are making extensive plans for ; MANY ACHIEVEMENTS the annual Exhibit Day which has been scheduled for next Friday, j May 3, according to B. C. Shut- ! key. Borger superintendent. All four of the schools will be open from 2 o'clock to 5 o'clock ■ in the afternoon and from 7:30 IMPROVEMENTS NOTED to 10 O.tlock Fndav evening, the FOR GROUNDS, superintendent stated. HOUSES Kaeh room will display an ex- i hibit of all projects, notebooks, In s.piie of the sand storms, i pOBters, examination papers and GARMENTS MADE home demonstration club women of Hutchinson county have been exceedingly busy during the past month, according to .reports m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 26 April 1935

rwu FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD j i HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 LLOYD S. McCAN.N, Editor and Publisher Entered as second class matteFjanuary "77 19277"at the Postoffice at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. Subscription Rates One Year $1.50 Six Months 80c Circulation guaranteed 4.300 copies per wteli. Advertising Rates 35c per Col. Inch. PHONE NO. 166 The Hutchnson County Herald is published as a CQunty-wide paper, dedicated to the best interests of Hutchinson County as a whole, and supported by the Merchants of Borger, Stinnett and Whitenburg. LET'S BOOST THE FAIR Now is the time for Borger to start laying plans for the Hutchinson County Agricultural Fair next fall. Last year the first county fair was held under the auspices of the county agents and clubs. Altho Miss Lucile Chance, home demonstration agent, termed it merely the beginning of what she hoped would de- velop into a real county fair, a numb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 26 April 1935

FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE THREE Finding Stray Dogs Or Lost Boys Is Al! In Day's Work For Police Fltty-seVen v4)'ieties of requests flood I lie police Btatlon daily, carying from entreaties to Mini stray dogs to calls lo stop neigh:- bovbood quarrels. On Sunday when a 12-year-old turned homo witliin two or three llo'lll'S, A 9-year-old red-headed young- ster approarhed the station Sun- day and asked the police to help ii'm find his pup. A short while lat T lie <'ame hack joyfully and told officers that he had found boy ran a way from home because he had been scolded, his worried j tin- dog. mother called officers to help in On the police file, one finds the search for hint. However, tin- ri 11 ;i11■ r< us ini|uiri .. from individ- boy tired of his-adventuri- and re- itu!-; and from other officers. RECIiTIREDOPTOHETRIST If you i< red ;:vi- ■ , <1"! v nii^'ht causi; you per- manent eye trouble. J." ■: cxamin" your :-y < and Jji vou need ;rla • ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 26 April 1935

■k " 3 *- AGE FOUlt HUTCHINSON COUNTY RSRALD FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1935 VF Dorcas S. S. Class. Sponsors Carnival Group No. 2 of Dorcas Sunday gclidol class, sponsored a delight- ful party at the Baptist church tn Borger last Thursday. Besides furnishing a entertaining pro- gram, a f4ower fund was raised. A carnival was staged, and en- thusiastic booth keepers called out to the guests to solicit pat- vonage for the "side-shows" where one cent admission was charged. "Chicken dinner for one cent" announced Mrs. C. F. Thomas as the crowd flocked into the booth to find one "penny's worth of chicken feed on display—dinner for one chicken. Mrs. Ralph Robbins induced the curious women to take a peep at "Paradise on Earth," which proved tto be a pair o' dice rest- ing on a small amount of sod. A board filled with tacks was ex- bited by Mrs. Melba Thomas who had advertised a side show where the "tackiest thing on earth" could be found. As the guests entered the pho- tographer's shop to pose for a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 26 April 1935

iFRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1935 ■F?B ■ •■■■•■'. . - ." • ••, •/-_> • ■ * faf4/ ■■SfJy.'? 4,. > t'HLHCH OF THK NAZ.AJUiNK 201 Weatherly St. m S. R.%Jrannon, Pastor I, , Sunday sehooi 10 a. ni. ill Prefcching 11 a. in. ; N. y. P. S. 7:15 p. ra. <■1 Pp^aching 8:00 p. m. Mid-Week Prayer Meeting 7:30 <£ p. • m. Wednesday. 'W. M. S. Thursday Afternoon i 2!.80 p. m. We are glad to report that the attendance In our Sunday school Is on the Increase. Our records . show an attendance of 109 for last Sunday which is the high mark of thia year. Wo extend a cordial invitation to each and everyone to attend our services. If you do not attend church anywhere, come and worship with .us next Sunday. BAPTIST CHURCH Kev. J. N. Hunt, pastor. Hoy Moreland, Sunday School superintendent. Arthur Uobinson, B. T. U. di- rector. The revival meeting has been a distinct blessing to our church. In addition to several people who have made public professions of faith, 12 have joined the church to date. Congrega...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 26 April 1935

PAGE SIX jpn Harreu uua Newel Sm'itTT" HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 26, *1935 | wl 0 are in the Moore county hos pitaj with inJuvieB received in an explosion two weeks ago, are ini-: proving, according to reports re- • "lu K>• celvad her#. Mr. u d Mrs. R. T. Spencer and son, James, were guests of Mr. ; and Mrs. Kd Sanford at Sanford Miss Margaret Whalen from} Goorbrell visited Mary Warren in Stifinett Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frantz Ferguson loook their small son to Amarillo Tuesday for treatment with an anti-whooping cough serum. 1 WRESTLING 8:30 P. M. TONIGHT APR. 26th MAIN EVENT Be?t Two Out 3 Falls Masked Marvl vs. Steve Nenoff Recipe Contests To Be Sponsored By Harris Store Unusual Wrestling Card Slate' Tonight! JURY CASES ARE BROUGHT BEFORE DISTRICT COURT One of the best - rest ling cards of the season will he the feature j of tonight's entertainment at the j Borger Bowl. *■' l In the main ev ::t is Steve Ne-1 BElnoff matched witji the Masked j CR1MINA' SUI15 SET FOR...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 26 April 1935

FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Thnmanifa nf PAGE J3KVEN y YOUR GUIDE TO ECONOMY. THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD WANT ADS WILL DIRECT YOU IINBUYING, SELLING, AND EXCHANGE. I MIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII|||||||||||||||||||||||||lllllllimillllll||lill|||||||||||||||||H!ll_ WHY CHANCE WITH AN INFERIOR BATTERY WHEN YOU CAN GET A GENUINE WILLARD now $pcr FOR ' J J m {*** THEATRE .. P4SSES.. The Hutchinson County Herald will give away eight theatre passes each week to four persons whose names will appear in a paragraph on this page. Read this page carefully, eight passes have been awarded this week. You might have been lucky enough to receive two free passes. "I llli lllllllll IIII 111 II! II11| 111| 11II || I llll || III 11| 11 III If III II llll HI M11| HI || || Hi || 11111111 |f 11| || in || 11| 11| 11| | 111111111111 fi 11111111111 f I i. T^OR unusual servicc and satisfaction •*- at low cost you can't beat the new W illards....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 26 April 1935

i HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1938 r-: %. WIN A BASKET OF FREE FOOD Turn in your favorite recipe at our store and if it is one of the two best received before 4 p. m. Saturday, May 4th, you will receive one of the free baskets of food given away each week. The two prize winning recipes and the next best two will be printed weekly, with the names of people who turned them in. Watch our ad. FOOD SALE ""UK,, Every woman likes to be proud of her cooking but she can't do it with cheap, stale foods. That's why so many shop at HAR- RIS FOOD STORE. Where they are sure of the highest quality at the most reasonable prices. SALE mm THURSDAY HARRIS FOOD STORE Tall Cans MACKERAL TRY THESE RECIPES Armour's Tall, 3 Cans HilK Spaghetti with Meat and Tomato fere, such as pot roast, is just as Sauce good to us as fresh. Boil spa- 1 small box of spaghetti. ghetti in salt water for 2 5 mln- 1 pound round steak ground utes. Brown the meat and onion very fine. in butter and add tomatoes. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 3 May 1935

The Hutchinson County Herald We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County VOL. 8—NO. 23 KUKGER- STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1935 BUSINESSMEN'S FETE EXPECTED TO DRAW CROWD MERCHANTS' CARNIVAL SCHEDULED FOR MAY 8-11 BOOTHS PLANNED PRIZES ARE OFFERED FOR LEADING EXHIBITS Despite the sandstorms this spring, even larger crowds than attended last year are expected at the animal Merchants' Carni- val sponsored May 8, 9, 10 and 11 at the American Legion hall by the Women's Missionary Soc- iety of the First Methodist church. Borger merchants are co-oper- ating whole-heartedly with the church by purchasing booths foi the display of their products. The majority are planning strong com- petition (or the $50 and 125 prises to be awarded the best two booths, according to Mrs. W. B. Reynolds, carnival chairman. The carnival doors will be op- ened at 1:30 dally and wil not dose until 11 or 12 o'clock at night, Rrograms for 3:30 each af- ternoon and 8:30 each evening have been arrange...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 3 May 1935

mmw THE EPORGER DAILY HERALD m RlfefP . HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 OYD S. McCANN, Editor and Publisher Entered as second class matter January 7, 1927, at i« Postoffice at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March 1879. i>t Stinnett, this the !}nd day of (May, A. D. 1935. WITNESS, W. L. KELLEY, Clerk of 84th District Court in and for Hutchinson County, Tex. (SEAL) 11APTIST CHURCH i ...... . • V - , <,<•* _ " ■ ...:„ •: -*k ••■•a V. 1 ■ v . ^ ———— '■ j THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1935 FR J. N. Hunt, Pastor Roy. Moreland, Sunday School Superintendent. ! Arthur Robinson, B. T. U. Di- rector. Mrs. Karl Kastep, W. M. S. • President. 10c lee Cream Sodas are back.! Frozen Malt 10c. Maxwell Phar- Try them at Maxwell Phnrmscy many. Adv. * Frozen Mall 10c. Maxwell Pbar- Biy Jumbo Ice Cream Soda 10c macy. Adv. ■ . v Maxwell- Pharmacy. Adv. Subscription Rates [One Year $1.50 ISix Months : _ . 80c Circulation guaranteed 4,300 copies per week. Advertisin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 3 May 1935

FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1935 THE FORGER DAILY HERALD SSK'iil'iMI! % <y, wgffs^ ■M SATURDAY & A GOOD PLACE Grocery & Market COFFEE no. 2 can peaberry 3 pounds folger 5 lb. can Fresh Ground We Grind It no. 2 can Deligbt HeavV Syrup ' a«ge can 17c pride of amarillo 24 lbs large bottle each 13 LETTUCE nice, firm heads, each LARGE ROUND BOX, 10c SIZE flie northern 3 rolls 69 large size new crop APPLES FRESH Strawberries red ripe, pint 12V2C sat. only dozen fancy winesap dozen fresh, tender pound * 360 sunkist HAMS dozfn Cured fresh and meaty, lb. nice lean pound Pound CHEESE long horn no. 1 8 pound carton Sliced, Celo Wrapped Pound 4 pound carton pound $1.09 PAGE THREE RURAL ELECTRIFICATION PROJECT AROUSE INTEREST OVER NATION MUSCLE shoals PROGRAM PROVES SUCCESS; possibilities of DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH- west declared UNLIMITED ROGERS DIRECTS EFFORT TOWARD EROSION RELIEF 65 percent. A comparison of pres- ent and former rates, even after Including amortization charges which will be discont...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 3 May 1935

mm — HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1935! ide Dairy U.e. New Delivery Track W. M. Vftte , owner and man- ager of the Rtrerplde Dairy of Borger, has purchased a new Chevrolet delivery truck to use iu delivering milk to his consum- ers In Borger. The truck is es- pecially equipped for the hand- ling of milk with the least amount of trouble, which insures prompt Knd dependable service to Borger residents. Yates said that at the present time his milk is testing about twice the amount of richness that It, required by Grade "A" stand- ards. He Is a veteran dairy man, having been engaged in the busi- ness for himself for the past ten years. Previous he worked for th* U. S. government in a dairy. Bridge Club Holds Meeting Thursday Misses Mary Warren and Dor- tha Jean Games were hostesses at the bi-monthly meeting ot the Stinnett Bridge club held' Thurs- day evening at the home of Mrs. jO. A. Board. Wafers and frozen pop were • served to Mrs. Martha Keehler, J Mr. and Mrs. Board, Mi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 3 May 1935

* FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1935 League Reaches 25th Year Mark hi May Contest AUSTIN, April ... — Twenty- frive years of service to the public ochools of Texas will haVe been completed by the Texas Interscho- lastic League next month, May 3 and 4, when one thousand boys and girls, will come to the Uni- versity of Texas to participate in the sliver anniversary state meet of the league. Twenty-five years ago, the Tex- as Interscholastic League was or- ganized at the State Teacher's As- sociation convention. For a quar- ter of a century boys and girls of Texas who have won the distinc- tion of qualifying for the final state contests in one or another of the forty events sponsored by the League h,ave come to Austin to represent their rural and high schools in athletics, forensics, art, typewriting, English and other events, according-to Roy Bedi- chek, chief of the University Bu- reau of Public School Interests, which is the state headquarters fotl the league. "Many of those boys and girls return ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 3 May 1935

tcfc industry Oi Borger \ed By Big Slash In Production FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD That the signing by Governor: Jiuilfm V. Allred of the bill to probifeit u|e of sweet gas in the; mMuulttfturp iff carbon black will have "vital effect*" on the indus- try in the Panhandle was an- nounced today by Walter David, Renerul counsel l'pr the H.uber Carbon cort>yr'viti,on and president! of the HuUer Pttvolejim company. David sait) lis company already' had begun reduction in the per- sonnel and tJiat i,t would cut pro- duction from 2.0 to 25 percent of the present pound* of carbon black manufactured. The Iluber official was of the opinion that the industry in the nntire Panhliandle will feel the effect of the approval in the same manner. Skellytown and Lefors plants will be hit largely, because these plants use sweet Ras. "It would be cheaper for somei of the plants to stop operation in the field, because it would be too costly to lay pipe lines to the plants to carry sour...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 3 May 1935

11 [FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1985 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD SEVEN IFuneral Rite* Held For Joseph Martin IJipmaiua of Joseph Martin, 79 rear old retired farmer, who had ived to Whittenburg for two 'enfh vix6 to Nowata, Okla. or b>MKat after a short service for he<decfcased at the Carver Fun- >ral Ch«pel Tuesday Alternon. * H. P. Garrett, pastor of the Wtalttenburg Baptist church, con- ducted the service for the native #enfcucMian, who succumbed to pneumonia at the home of a son jn ^hittenburg on April 29. Besides the widow, the aged man is survived by three sons and fhree daughters. They are Frank |l. IVjartin, J. U Martin and W. S. iilartin, Mrs. Nella May Umphries, Mrs. Minnie Dortha Umphries of Whitetnburg and Mrs. Bell Bakei Of Nowata. Other survivors are a brothel. pud Martin of Coffeyville, Kan |ag and Mrs. Clara Allen of De- leware, Okla. Clem Funeral Held _At Church Of God Funeral services were conduct- ed for Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Clem, 60,. by Rev. H. W. Ptigh at the Church of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 3 May 1935

! W-':<" StatisticsR Bureau Records 39 Births Here . V'-H> Births of 39 infants in Borger •were recorded at the city hall during April, according to Claude Alexander, city clerk and regis- trar of the local bureau of vital statistics. Of the 39 babies, 18 were girls and 21 were boys. The following V'rths are Re- corded: To Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brooks, a son, March 12. To Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Berry, a daughter, Molly Modene, March 14. To Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Brown, a sen, Robert Lee, March 15. To Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Shoup, a son, March 19. To Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bishop, a son. Charles Carter, March 22. To Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hughes, a daughter, Pearl Jean, March 23. To Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cambern a son, Dan Carroll, March 23. To Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mitts, a daughter, boru March 26. To Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Lynch, a daughter, March 27. To Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Sierman, a daughter Phillis Jean, March 27. To Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall, a daughter, shirlean Jo, March 31. To Mr. and Mrs. Vernon ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 3 May 1935

FRIDAY, MAY S, 1935 IltJTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD NINE Thnmandi nf OPPORTUNITIES in thp liiflHT HlH YOUR GUIDE TO ECONOMY. THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD WANT ADS WILL DIRECT YOU INBUYING, SELLING, AND EXCHANGE. WHY CHANCE | 2ltlllllllllll!Hlllllllllllllllllltllllltl|||||||||||||||||||||||||itii||t||||||||t|||||||||||lltltltllllllllllllllllll||||||||||||||||||t|||||||||_ TROUBLE WITH AN INFERIOR BATTERY WHEN YOU CAN GET A GENUINE WILLARD **■55 NOW FOR THEATRE .. PASSES.. The Hutchinson County Herald will give away eight theatre passes each week to four persons whose names will appear in a paragraph on this page. Read this page carefully, eight passes have been awarded this week. You might have been lucky enough to receive two free passes. §! iiiiiiiiimiiiiiiMi m in i minimi mi iiiiiiiiii him iiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiiiiii ihiiiiiiiii n mm ii iiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiini SILVER GULL 206 S. Main Home-made Pies Toasted Sandwiches CURB SERVICE and Convenient Parking Space "Cleanest Kitche...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 3 May 1935

—— ioneer Recalls 1 Early Days When Ranchers Carried Mail Over Rough Trails Horseback Dr. F. V. Reynolds Of Wheeler May Run For Senate PHYSICIAN HAS WIDE ACQUAINTANCE IN PANHANDLE Bv MRS. DONIZA HAUT Interesting incidents of pioneer days were given in the reminis- cence of \V. B. Haile, now of Clar- endon, as he pointed'out the form- er site of the old Isom post office just north of the Electric City •chool house. Haile. one of Hutchinsn coun- ty's pioneers, told of the handi- caps involved in getting the mail to those ranchers back in the first days of the twehtieth cen- tury. Letters and papers, he said. •were carried horseback from Pan- | Wheeler wilT"make the race for handle to Isom. then on to the tl'tJ State Senate in the event county seat—Plemons. Senator Small resigns. if A conference among the set- tiers out around what is now known as the Spring Creek com- { 'munitv resulted in a try out oil getting the mail brought from ; Isom directly across to a raao*- liouse, which was...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 3 May 1935

I 4 3 0c lee Cream Sodas are back. Try thorn at Maxwell Pharmacy - AflV. FRKACHlNi. AT (iKWHITT Rev. H. B. Standlee will preach at the Ciewliitt Methodist church at 3 l>. in. next Sunday, May 5. Mr. and Mrs. Hrmine Ferguson mid tj^'ir children from Gray, Okla Jpi-tsTtea Til ttie llollle ' i .\1 its.""It nth Joy and of Frantz Fer- guson the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Groves from the north plains were in Stinnett Monday on business. Judge Norman Coffee made a business trip to Austin the last of the week, lie returned home Sun- day by way of Cisco, where Mrs. Coffee is attending Randnlph Col lege. The heavy rain which the judge encountered down about Seymour made him want to see more of the like out in Hutchin- son county. Judge Newton I1 Pampa was looking matters in Stinnett Willis of after legal Monday. Attorney K. I). Willis of ma# was here on a business Monday Du trip E. A. Adams of Borger has been in Stinnett l'or jury service several days this week. Alonzo Turner ...

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