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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 November 1946

■a lin 785 ■w ion | 14) ll, I n I—SPECIAL NOTICE# CARD OF~ THANKS We with to express our sincere thank* and appreciation for tlie many kind- inlfi shown and beautiful floral of- fering* w?nt during the death of our loved one Mr and Mr* Wude Kerr nnd Family 303-lie WANTfirTO BIIY--Eiectrle train and' track Phone 813. 303-3to MOVTNG—Household ijoo3* anil furni- ture anv pljiee. For information call ' 192. Bruce & Sun Transfer and Storage. 303 2(!1e 8BW1NO-wanted—alterantions7"b«H- ton holes and covered buttons. Plare your ordera for Christinas Mewing iftrly. Alice Filth. >009 S. McOee. 301 -6tp see lovely character dolls in unique hand crocheted and knitted costume*. ,ilso bride dolls, and hand-made arti- cles. Ideal for Xmas Klfta. Phone 112 i- M White stucco house 2 blocks north Bethlehem Supply House. 301 -3tp SCARCE" ITEMS B-B Onus, roller skates, footballs, doll buggies, bathroom scales nnd small 1 pressure cookers. Muke your selec- tion now; Limited- supply. Popular Suppl...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 November 1946

Baptists Ask Drive Toward Dry Texas' MINERAL WELLS, Tex., Nov. 15—(4*)—The Baptist general con- vention of Texns has adopted a resolution which said "A legally drv Texas is tJie fir^t *tep in the conquest of the state for the came of civic riRhteousncs*." "A Uflillr dry Texas if a worthy object to call all Texas B&ptUtc to pravcr and action," the reoort added. The resolu- tion entitled "Civic Righteous- ness." was read by the Rev. S. G. Pomt, oaator of the Bap- tist Temole. San Antonio. "There are many evil* in Texa> community life that put us to >hame," Posey said. "The statis- tics on juvenile crime along with cdult crime are mounting rapid- ly and to staggering proportions Broken homes through divorce on account of vice, drunkenness j.nd poverty, together with prom- iscuity and immorality on th<? part of married and unmarried reveal a spiritual condition in our state that should alarm every right-thinking man and woman, especially every leader in church J.nd state af...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

itofijef Jfeurs-ICtMir tioroer. tf.x \9, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 1946 c\jhe trio of out- laws "haunting* easy's hotel leacn too late thai clanking chains remind half gainer mc6urkey qc tme opening sell of a prize FIGHT that guy's PUNCH-DRUNK, mysterious! iirtillmi C a filoe gkost voo turned out — , -rrs or t ^ a it too< more than) ghost a a spook to floor an gotta old leather pusher like you, half gainer.' i n NU monk n wallop 6lec hamk when they 60 back 1 to sleep, we'll try another stunt—this time we'll work on , the hook-nosed 6uy; how about me sunkin' \ in here with you, easy? ) i don't like room « ) /z 1— in a haunted 1 hotel: somebody's ) n the hall- - y give a/e the ) / stuff we fixed up" a few minute 5 later okay, pal. if \ the ghosts come back we'LL be ready for 'em! S forI lwes,1 ! the r ic k u' emi i'll knoc< amd when he ™ comes to the door,wave the cardboard skeleton j ln his face! run YOUR pals joimt is REALLY . ^ haumted: suddenly u i : l

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

wot a rabbit did\ gosh, i \ we see, but we J bi tch a i - had a little / we've luck, anyway.' J walked guess we'd / a hum- / better he ad i pred for home.'A miles.' . . _t— , , t>;a souirrelst heaven don't expect me to eat or. cook. anv- thimg like | {that/ ' if. what's the matter *^and imagine- all with these squirrels?) the time i could why do vou refuse ^vsee their big l y—j^ innocent eves x'l'd be thinking of their cute f little tails that only a short v time before were gaily wav ing in the breeze/ here , willis -take them \ all over. next door. and give them to \ mr. moore to coo< them (just plead- ing with •—, me t j\ "w a1 and id imagine i could hear. their happy chatter.' some people have no v conscience 1 r can't understand/ those women.' squirrels are mo different than any other. ^ animal/ * what s that you're. start img to prepare for BEEF STEW? well,don t expect me to eat any paut of a cow.' why, i'd imagine 1 coul sti a -JfS. dimner ? innocen watch could you eat ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1946 THIMBLE THEATRE R«gUtw#d U., S. Ofle«. - ; - Starring Popeye 3 I swee pea,, will vou take this mote to the grocery for me ?? V NOTE SPlMACH/.' CAUNJT JONES WHAT little kips needs it to make 'em strong an' health kyi/ ) hah.'.' me 1$ goin in'a gcocerv store down 'a street." on account op thev's iron in spinach ha's why ( POPEYE, .!> WHY f DOES SHE WANT spinach ? ? do va wanna grow up a be a weaklin' ?? 1 ; IM SORSY, SWEE'PSA , WE DON'T HAVE ANY SPINACH I WILL TUEY orta be 5umpin elsk I SEES IM he has been hapta finp a gone a long comin' now 5u0stituke !! lT TIME, llya don't 7?^ WlT IRON IN IT?? r ■ *■ n mi ll hi I what makes ya think h thevs iron in sausidge??lj pass the sausldge, please a1ntcha ever heard of pig iron?7 <c,a ^ £ To/v\ 5/A^S * 4 Copr 1946, King Fcatarct Syniiatc, Wof|d

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

bu hokay, mama! i'm c lifting two now cuust like you said/ r/r I oh, ye am ? \ liddle dumb- bells.' mar.' pah/ sofi llke a cwelly fish' you should lie r dumb ( bells up und down heh-meh/ mama iss right/- chelly fish/ z i for oxercise/ Y ( i'll teach you to make fun uf my liddle darlinks/--you und 7j your vise crackles/ do you t'ink butch" kin tell der difference between der dummies und der REAL STUFFS ? mit enough bananas. why should he (dumb-bells/ warA v > uwtai ii a haw/ haw/ hee/ ,3' r look, butch? like diss--up-down- up-down/ at ta vould very dod rotted , funny, ( no v doubt! GORILLA MOODLUMPS OOKLE! m x4 -t T. KING FEATURES SYNDICATE. Inc. WOK 1.0 HK'.IITS RKRKR o corn i « * go ahead undlaugh und show vell? how ^ i eunny iss it now? ^ — veasels! did they bring it on them- selves? g0m rance htyf UP!- DOWN/ r« I n->7

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

f h < « I c m {'■ •< jsV" ' ;v ^> >. 1 NEVgR^ R HISZJ TH-VT FOOCW ON TIME FOR MEALS.' \ MINNIE, rPS SWELL of >ou to co we over, anP Fix Pinner for • US BACHELORS! TIME FOR P NNEH! J * FINE THlNo; AFTER i50lN' TO ALL TROUBLE US (TLL HAVE TO F imp POOR MiCKEt.' HIM, MINNIE... BE RitSHT BACK! .[rf£r C r 7r vr*£ T-vr* s*' soRRs, ^ V* / wukf.. .r mean,A I MINNIE! v—V / JJSsT WAIT V^L-L. I PlNP THEM WF. SOT 7 A NEW ONE? ... I DON'T EVEN 'OH, TH' VUSERI6S SHRINK AN' TH' WORRIES t 3\T FEWER. .'CAUSE TRUSSLES SOT NOTHlN' THAT LAFFIN' WON'T CURE, tl rate* RABBIT " HOWDV, BRER KASSIT. • • DID NOU HEAR.. pis IS ABOUT DE TIMS DAT SRcR RA3S GOT HtSSEi MESSiD UP WO DE NEW SCHOOL TEACHER © J6 A NEED AN OLD ONE?... X IS SWART ENUF? I SEEV\S WISHTV JULL OF HiSSELF TEACHER WAlT'LL M3U SEE HER! - ,, i C f-QJ OH! OH 6 SOU AiNI'T SWART ENUP FER. THIS ONE? WHAT SHE-TEACHER HUH? REAL J ST V J SUAAPIM' KP SHE-TEACHERS AIN'T OOT TH' Rioh HEADS £OR KNOWN' AN-fTHiN' f THEN iS ALL SOT NO SENSE? 4...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

LITTLE ANNIE RPoNEY >- BRANIxw fcy •J U 5 P*u i Offti WALSH THAT ME'AMGT-xj SALVATION ROCK IS v YES, HONEY, THE ELECTION IS OVER-THE OLD TIMERS' TICKET GONNA BE JUST LIKE WAS TOWN ' / *'/ V/ ^YES, PEAR-MOST OF THE YOUNG FOLKS CAST THEIR BALLOTS TO MAKE SALVATION ROCK A NEW, UP-TO-DATE, MODERN CITY "C'.J'r'iU. 'W'Vi BUT THE fOLD TIMERS HAD !'PE MOST VOTES-, ; T FOLKS-YOL! ALL KNOW I'M FUR-^ NISHlN' THE GRUBSTAKE TO BRING SALVATION ROCK BACK TO LIFE- I DIDN'T VOTE -THE BALLOTS SHOW THE OLD TIMERS WON -jl—^ThiE ELECTION- I ii .tfniii'iwmmwiiniimiwuiiiq NOW LEre ALL GET TCGETHER- MAKE SALVATION! ROCK EXACTLY LIKE IT WAS THlRTy YEARS AGO-IF IT MAKES US HAPPY- FINE — I W0^ r ^ v 0 IF IT DON'T PAN OUT WE'LL HAVE ANOTHER ELECTION NEYT/^VS - YEAR-/*^ fools can't) stop the wheels of progress- l TIME MARCHES om- r ^ it's a l Victory for fossilism - a /" ANY FOOL KNOWS TlME MARCHES ON - SO DOES THE SUN, ' MOON AND STARS-SO DOES SPRING, SUMMER, FALL AND WINTER, Y BUT THEY ALL TRAVEL AT THE VE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

.. r* « • ' 1© by dHIC YOUNG- oh, my goo pn ess one hour before the far tv he tells me/ oh blondie, i just remembered the mcfindles invited us to a party at their house tonight rt|iil*r«^ u a fatvni oa<* . h £ ■Wmiii what'll i do? i haven't a thing to wear--don't just stand there ' PAG wood, fl LI- THE BATH TUB for ME cookie. find mv uttle party hi—. n. \ j ~nr in n h ill make over my green dress-rush to and she's throwing out orders like a general before a big battle /( thread the whole world just exploded in my face what's the cagwood mama wants - "\ her rhinestone j ask her if blue pearl buttons won't do vi'i faf thank t" ■ s you, m wants you look beautiful — you'll be the prettiest lady there tonight know rv.G'.v.x.r '/our oh. come on ! noboi7y pays any attention to other people's clothes at these little parties ' WELL, COME ON. COME ON — I'M ALL READY TO GO BUT. DEAR, YOU HAVEN'T GIVEN ME EVEN A MINUTE TO GET READvS MYSELF L noon^k ii 17 0>pi 194<

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

^ 3y Carl (p An derdon Kegiifffa v ® Patent Office Pf If / czicn Copr. I94f>, King Features Syndicate, Inc., world rights reserved 11-17 E? U-

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

THE LONE RANGER BY BOB GBEEN WE'VE GOT TO TELL MULEV" MASON WHAT WE'VE' LEARNED! MV MULES'LL GIT THIS 'MULEV STUFF TUH THE MINE, l LOOK! AN' CONWAV CAN'T/V HE'S STOP US! r-x. ( COME BACK! 0 CONWAV'S PLANNING TO DEAL HE WON'T WITH YOU WHEN YOU'RE HALF-/ DARE GO WAV THROUGH THE CANNON./ THAT FAR. HE IT LOOKS TO ME LIKE AN if KNOWS HE'D BE AMBUSH. r\, ni THE FIRST ONE SUSPECTED MASON, YOU'VE GOT TO CHANGE YOUR PLANS ! / THERE ARE INDIANS BEYOND THE CANYON. CONVs/AY CAN DO ANYTHING AND GET A- WAY WITH IT, BECAUSE THE INDIANS WILL GET THE BLAME i BETTER YOU TAKE OTHER ROUTE. £ f*44(. T)k 1.4HK Mr by King h-Muu* Syfttlioik THE OTHER ROUTE IS THREE DAYS LONGER! I WON'T TAKE IT! I'LL GO THROUGH THE CANYON AN' IF ANYONE TRIES TUH STOP ME,I'LL BLOW HIS CARNSARNED HEAD OFF! LMl I haOCP? MASKED] THE LAW WANTS VOL)! THAT INDIAN STOLE MY TABLE - CLOTH ! Ik CONTINUED.

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

FLASH GORDON i r the cave men waver as the pur- men fight deep into the icy tunnel . ami flash comes to the rescue "and his flame-gun dpives the fur- men back in sudden confusion. £ y 1 *1 & /s TH/£ THE OA'LV wav O'jr o~ THE QLAC/EP CAVES?* flash demands. the chief cave man hesitates. v/o. H/DDEN PASSAGE ALON<5S/0E /CE &/VE*?, " but their wizard forces them back to the attack : "VIl *r/LL amv eug-ma/v who &L//VS aw/ * kan6 the cruel will spend all his men to get flash . * STAND SACK, CAVE \*E/V/ * flash opdeps as he hears the fur-men coming) - he aims a flame-rav that melts the glaoer roof and seals the tunnel with an avalanche r M * wi' m r next week: WARNING *3

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

T M m. U i >AT. Oft" ■ff.h;; UN«vi«S'TV &AiKgTBALL CLUB \ 5 & 7P1 f/ J~h y " / ' /"' #/. / s / /.-' * £££*_ 1946 Y NIA St* VICE. INC V d kl KEEP K WATCH VDUR ASH Ex MISTER,THE PLACE v HA5 JUST BEEN ( CLEANED/ //-/? ClTV

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

THE BIRDS HAVE < GONE SOUTH AND ARE BASk'lN^ IM THE WARM i-UN OF THE TROPICS •■K.-t- BUTTERFLIES, SNLM5 IM PUPA CASE ace Anchored SAFELY TO TREE TWI6S , LIKE LINEMEN s STRAPPED TO POLES. LECTIN TON 6Hr "MAN, THE SUPEPtOO BEING. THAT GIVES ME A LAUGH... BUT I DON'T" ^ FEEL LIKE LAUGHING. . e o-aooc re ■. •. Bur ME...THE SUPERIOR BEING. I'M SHOVELING SNOW. AND MV NOSE IS FCOZEN, MV BACK KILLING ME , MY COAL BIN IS EMPPt, AUTOMOBILE WONT START. PiPES FROZEN IN THE BASEMENT:.. AND I THINK I'M CATCHING. COLD c SPENDING" WINTER MONTHS r^r -rv~^ V THE GlANF SILKMOTHS SWING FROM TREE LIMBS IN THEIR {TOUGH SILKEN) COCOONS/ THE LOWEST , TEMPERATURE CANNOT HARM THEM C-v^-A, TOKP FROGS ARE SAFE AND SOUND \ SAND WARM AS THEY HIBERNATE £ AT THE BOTTOM OF THE POND.j mm All &AJL is P'ViDED INTO three, parts ! (8 <?■ M?OA/6 P. All honey has the same flavor . A SAD IRON IS A GOLF CLUB. 300 IS A PERFECT BOWLING SCORE. FRANCE WAS PARTJF ANClENTGAUL. mora? hifl fs/fm freckles i want >fc>...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

WHATCHA HE AN, BEGONE.' NO FLUNKS <5 /SOVMA. fliVP MP nPDEO?' F= V Vs *VNT EAN I \ ONLV A FCCL WOULD OPEN TA GO / Tt-OsT ACCUCSED JUG? HEf^E, \ -r-4. i r- ,-r- *A . /KKJ t — I TOT IN' > TAkE IT kT JINX K-. . OUND ? < AWAY 0) T M REG. U. S. PAT Off n * NOW. SAH'B, \ ^ A\, MV \ COME, ALLEY YOU'D BEST BEAUTIFUL AN? ) T THINK SETEiEVB / OOOv^ / THE JUG YOJQ. JUG: /V 5oo ,) IN TH^ / L H0C-O , ( COU^TNACD \^'nk ' WISH L AMP. >OU \ E TWO \ W "'vl$ • - . ... Ji 5" CiGHT.' THAT 6 V)3V WHAT X BEEN TfcYiN'T'TELL YOU TWO PIN WHEELS' OH, MOST \ GO WAV. CUNT.'IGOT HONORED I NO TiME NOW TO SIEE-- / BOTHEC WITH HOLV COW iV P>00 I SAW THE ■ XoO \ JUG COLL A H°° / down AX' 41 BriK^" STEPS.' LOOK COPR. 1946 BY N£A SERVICE

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

nes. all J 60 I see > my c_-6cldltrj AMCESTO£SJ6EEMTO wer& ♦ run ikl WARRIORS.'V YOUR family. they're giving a 6hower (-'or aunt hazel / should i take a bar op tgoap ? a.l mot is: world war n al nut world war x \nal hut ie- civil war. hero mi- not i revo lutionasy HELLO, DOC .'16 tHE OPERATING room ready ? s£t f ^oung man p\ctor^ 0^*2! OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLF i cant postpone thatt chopping trip any x longer,60 i'll have ) to trust my alert, j wake up, you big sloth — i've &ot som& llve-wlre 6p0use to rent that spare room. i <r & while i'm. oowntovjn.voucaki 6wow the room th*xx ad- vertised for rent/with the housing shortage you'll have lots of callers' HOW A60UT THE ROOM) ^WHY, AH-ER, VOUWE G^n^Vr^ACEKTAiKiLV, FOR .tiXt r4 'I f NTLEMJEM, rent?^^^ um.'now let me see — which of avmpfi , ho-hum,? vjer^ well, mi dear/ amutty the BELL- / AS A let's fhawe \ This ome -j deuces wild/ aa.' mou all clam priority har-rumph.'; perhaps we//1 could decide who 6et6 it...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

I MERELY \ / ABOUT CLIP, CONFIRMED \ / VOO MEAN ? A COUPLE OF ) CLIP'S DEAD, ISN'T GROWING ( v ,,c v'""° SUSPICIONS. J HE, VIC? REMEMBER ME. DARLING? I V . AN t; ^ f HM, WONDER if ThAT LILT, THE GIRL WHO 15 SUPPOSED TO 4k OUTBOARD MOTOR WOULD NESTLE UNDER YOUR PROTECTIVE WING, THROTTLE DOWN TO WORK DID YOU HAVE A PROFITABLE VISIT / rfyg* IN A CHURN. ON THE moSPOT THIS MORNING? q-"1 - pU " '' ^ .F \ wa.s guite certain that the answer to Janet's ^question was yes, but I hedged^ WE CAN'T ASSUME THAT. f HAT'S WHY I HAD YOU AND HARDY GET THE $10,000 fROM THE BANK. WE WANT EXTORTIONERS TO THINK •WE'RE MEETING THEIR DEMANDS. yfrf { WELL, AREN'T WIRE FOR , VIC / sWERE MEET- HERE'S YOUR WIRE.^S} ING THEM ALL \ VIC. 1 OILED UP THIS RIGHT. BUT NOT PISTOL. I THOUGHT YOU WITH MONEY. / MIGHT LIKE TO DO A ^—"V LITTLE-ER-TARGET Y) SHOOTING^ (?> <(— i \the wire was from Growl,saying he would arrive at the flying field at 3 P.M. I met him with Blake's car. i HELLO, FLINT. LEAD \ ME TO THOSE BIG...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

Army Penn 34 7 Notre Dame ... 27 Northwestern .. 0 Illinois 16 Ohio State 7 TCU 14 Texas 0 Arkansas 13 SMU 0 Texas Tech 14 Oklahoma A&M . 7 Oklahoma 27 Missouri 6 Borger 26 Electra 7 WEATHER WEST TEXAS: Fair, slightly warmer over Panhandle Sunday, and warmer over the area Monday. Borger News-Herald Circulation Dept. Phone 82 Other Depts.: 6 and 7 THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Vol. 20— No. 304 NEA Service Associated Press Borger, Texas, Sunday, November 17, 1946 (34 Pages Today! Price 5c I NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS el 7 * Soft Coal Stocks Frozen ewis Rejects ruce II It Iupp • e Committees in Stockholm. Sweden, have awarded the 1946 Nobel prize for peace to these two Americans. The peace prise will be divided by Emily Greene Balch. 79, of Wellesley. Mass-, left, internationally known economist and Dr- John R. Mott, 81. of >■ Orlando. Florida, a member of the YMCA. (NEA Telephoto). Attlee To Brave Vote Rebel Labor By TOM WILLIAMS LONDON. Nov. 16—(AP)—Prime Minister Attlee, as P...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

■axziui :~i lU ££■ -.iKh ira:" ititl P q. "2 Borgor, (Tcvasi N. ws-Hertld—Sunday. hot. 1*. 19<l I®* *" Sen! Overseas Mrs. Cypher Outlines Home Nursing Plans Ai Registered Nurses Club Plans tor a Chrlstmns party were discussed at the regular monthly meeting of ujc Registered Nurxes Club Thursday nijjht at the Nurse* Home on Maple Bond. Mrs. Olga Molfitt, president, presiding. During a short business session Mrs. Wanda Dickenson, Mrs. The- ney, and Mrs. J. R. McKelvry were appointed on the nominating committee. The election of officers will take place at the January meeting. % Mrs. Huah Cypher, executive secretary of the Hutchinson Coun- ty Red Cross was guest speaker. She emphasized that sick room equipment was available to the community, especially for the use of post-operative patients and oth- ers requiring articles such as hos- pital bed*, wheel chairs, crutches, i <4 puns, nitd other articles t - ! > in| (pf ceoi'ort of oaticnt •. Home nursing plans were out- lined for ...

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