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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 25 January 1946

1 Pano Eight HOSPITAL NOTES Charlie Evans surgery Sun- day Mrs Ida Green surgery Sun- day Cleo Brown surgery Sunday See you at the Stork Club FLYER TAKING ADDITIONAL FLYING INSTRUCTIONS Gordon Weathcrby spent a few days here last week with Mr and Mrs II H Marks Gordon a veteran flyer of World War II Is taking additional flying In- structions in order to qualify for a position with an air transport line He Is located at Fort Worth Mr and Mr3 Tom Abraham and Mrs E II Morris returned home late yesterday evening af- ter a trip to Dallas Mrs F N Sawyer of Fort Worth Is here visiting her daugh- ter Mrs Bill Bartlctt and Mr Bartlctt See you at the Stork Club I Planning to Buy a- New Car V MISS BARBARA REAGAN HOSTESS TO CANDY PARTY Miss Barbara Reagan was the hostess to a candy party Tues- day evening at her home Guests were Miss Sclma Pet- erson Miss Emma Peterson and Mrs Jed Miller The group enjoyed the work- ing of Jigsaw puzzles while munching the delicious candy Mr and Mrs Dale Nix hav...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 25 January 1946

jt FRIDAY JAN 25 1946 Clark Cans Daughter Wed Miss Mary Carr daughter of Mr and Mrs Clark Carr of Ca- nadian and Bill Cox son ot Mr and Mrs J R Cox of Miami were united In marriage January 12 in the First Methodist church parsonage at Pampa The Rev E B Bowen officiated In the bea- utiful singlering ceremony The young couple are making their home in Canyon where Mr Cox Is attending West Texas State teachers college MRS CHAS TUBB ENTERTAINS WITH TWO 42 PARTIES HERE Mrs Charlie Tubb entertained two evenings last week with 42 parties Both were beautiful af- fairs One was In honor of Mrs F N Sawyer of Fort Worth The living room and dining room were beautifully decorated with Baby Breath and Dinner Sweet In cut glass bowls and vases their delicate beauty brought out by the soft glow of red and blue candles The score cards were artist- ically handpainted by the host- ess Mrs Tubbs daughters Lois and Lorena prepared and serv- ed the delicious plate refresh- ments During the evening grapefru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 1 February 1946

0 > 5 pT < 5 7ut > l M j f < WHEELER HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS STRIKE LAST WEEK The Hemphill County News VOLUME VIII Canadian Hospital Forced To Close The Canadian hospital owned and operated by Dr and Mrs E H Morris was forced to close Its doors to the public today on account of the impossibility of securing nurses and other needed hospital help Hospitals never make enough to cover expenses and this sec- tion of the country owes a debt of gratitude to Dr and Mrs Mor- ris for keeping the hospital going without any outside help for so many years In the past The directors of the chamber of commerce met In joint session with county officials here Tues- day afternoon to discuss the grave situation but no plans were made and no decisions Teached The members of these bodies arc asking that the people of this community give this Fincher Girl Weds Phoenix Ariz Bov Mrs Joe A Fincher announccJ the manlage this week of her daughter Willie Mae who has been living In Phoenix Ariz to Frank...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 1 February 1946

L Pace Two If Tin STORY THUS FAR Aim Brace m operator white oo a visit to hli old borne ran Into hli previous boil Inipec Ser Tepe end Mrs Tope He lent tbem at to the Dewtlns MU1 auto camp op- erated by Dee Dewaui Liter thit night Tope phoned Drnee end had htm come at with Ned Quill sute trooper Tope had been Ibowa to a collate tailed Far- away bat eeelnc that eomelhlnc ait wroBf he bad a transfer made to an- other cottage Tope bad been told that no one had occupied the Faraway cot tafe yet he had seen signs that ted him to believe something was wrong Ie sent bis wife oat while he began a search of the cottage to locale the mystery CHAPTER III But It a man Is doing something In the dark by the light ol a match he will hold It till It burns his Oncers This match would have burned a mans fingers And he said I looked In the kindling and the paper and behind the logs till I found eleven matches all burned down about the same vay I lighted a match and timed It Handled carefully It burned...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 1 February 1946

I 0 US f FRIDAY FEU 1 1946 An Attractive Chair From Odds and Ends A BATTERED side chair a scrap of plywood part 6t a can of fiat paint and a can of del- phinium blue enamel a piece of blue and white ticking and a strip of coarse white material that was raveled out to make narrow fringe Combined these odds and ends made an attractive chair The old chipped white enamel was rubbed with ooane and then fine sand paper until smooth The new icit dame next then flat paint which was allowed to dry twenty four hours before applying inamel Next the cover was made NOTE Thts chair seat Is from BOOK 10 which contains more than thirty other thrifty homemaklnjr Ideas Books are 15c each postpaid Write direct to MBS RUTH WTETII SPEARS Bedford mils New York Drawer II Enclose 19 cents for Book 10 Name I WAS A VICTIM OF CONSTIPATION Found Relief In Famous Breakfast Food User Writes Suffer from constipation Then read this unsolicited letter 1 1 wu a victim of eonttipiition for wusy rears trying all sorts...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 1 February 1946

Ee Four s it Tha HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS Canadian Toxai Othello Miller EditorPublisher Entered as secondclass matter at the post olTlce In Canadian Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 Published every Friday Subscription Rats In Canadians trade territory 5100 a year out- side Canadians trade territory S200 a year All subscriptions payable in advance Advertising Rate Local 40c per column Inch foreign 45c per column inch Member American Press Assn TAXI COMPANY Continued from page 1 while riding In these cabs By the way If your alarm clock Is on strike you may leave your phone number and the hour you wish to be called and they will glaJly do so without any charge The City Cab Co has Its head- quarters at the Cactus cafe Call 313 for taxi service Christian Church Our Sunday school for Sunday morning Jan 27 had substantial gain over the last Sunday in spite of the fact there were a number absent on account of ill- ness Thcr seems to be a new inter- est being taken in the mission- ary field A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 1 February 1946

I pnnJAy rEBPi iMa LEGAL NOTICE First published In the Hemp hill jCounty News Jan 11 1946 CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS TO James Calk John II Steph- ens W C Turner William C Turner Julia Younce Julia Younsc Julio Younse Julias Younse David Calk Wancy Calk Nancy E Calk Eliza Calk Elijah Calk Elizabeth Calk A L Matlock W A Mor- ris John B Coate J B Coate Dellla A Coate wife of John B Coate H C Hcndrlck Julius Youpsy Julius Younse T M Younse Jullous Younse P H Miller Margarett B Miller E Calk E J Calk Early J Calk William B Etherldge T D Tay lor James W Hester Sarah E Hester Sarah E Hester E C Robinson R T Robinson Me- lissa A Calk Henry W Calk Charles O Calk E A Watson T A Watson S E Hester J W Hester Tibatha J Benson Ho bert P Benson Robert Moody Thomtis C Calk Mlnervrf MlUer William Mcndenhall Eliza D II Mcndenhall J M Younsc Sarah Younse L T Klrkland Quitman Younse 1 R Frasler P H Frasler R P Bensom T M Younse R P Benson C R Younse S E Younsc John Younse Alma Younse Ve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 1 February 1946

JEWELER THE FAIR ARVIL JOHNSON THE TOGGERY J 0 STORE W 5 HEMPHHJt OOUHTt NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS BE LOYAL PLUMBER 781 < Formerly Briggs Grocery TEXAS SERVICE nUDAT PER J IMS LETS ALL BE LOYAL and patronize our HomeTown Merchants Industries and Professional Men thus building a bigger and better Canadian which will react to the benefit of every man woman and child in this section A dollar spent away from home is a dollar gone forever but a dollar spent here will continue to work for all of us t Let s keep those dollars at home where they can continue to work for all of us OUR PLEDGE We the undersigned pledge to the people of Hemphill county and vicinity to serve you to the best of our ability to make every effort to secure for you and to fairly distribute all scarce items of merchandise to improve our service and products as soon as conditions will allow and to strive to furnish the highest quality at the lowest prices at all times MILLER FOOD MARKET COOK ELECTRIC C R HIGGINS Mgr < ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 1 February 1946

fi M FRIDAY FEB 1 1946 CHBROPRACTEC H A MONTGOMERY DC CHIROPRACTOR Office in the Hoover Building PHONE 383 Canadian Texas We have leased the Repair Depart- ment of the Canadian Implement Co to- E F Porter Ira Andrews and J A Por- ter Jr These men were carefully chosen in order that the farmers and ranchers in this territory might receive expert re- pair service on their trucks tractors and other farm machinery We hope you will give this depart- ment your patronage and cooperation CANADIAN IMPLEMENT CO i Your McCormlckDcering Dealer Jack Yokley Russell Carver The IQllarney OPTOMETRIST 32 Years Practice in the Panhandle Canadian Texas Office in Tubb Building < NOW IN ITS rilTYSECOND YEAR livery Week from the Nation a Capital PATHFINDER is o News Service In magazine form for busy Americans who want to keep informed It gives you lmpertant decisions rules and plans coming out of Wash- ington which affect your Home your Future and your T Business DEPARTMENTALIZED FpR EASY READING The W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 1 February 1946

fti Ifttn Vttt Six n w J IFXLINQ STEEL INCREASE WASHINGTON Moit of Preil lent Trumans appointments r tery brief Senators get Ave mln tes with him Congressmen get irom 9 to 19 minutes Cabinet mem bera frequently get only 15 mlnutei So recently eyebrows went up when the White House bulletin board lilted OPAdmlnlatrator Chea- ter Bowles tor a full hour with President Truman Observers knew that the heat was on to Increase the price of steel and sell to In Gallons No 1 enemy on giving the nation Its first big Inflationary shot ka the arm When Bowles entered the Preil dents office the die was already cast Truman had decided that steel prices were going up His Job was to sell the idea to Dowles Truman himself had been sold by his old friend Reconversion Czar John Snyder of St Louis who In turn bad been wined and dined by the steel people In Pittsburgh Chester Bowles also had talked with big steel leaders Ills talks were far more energetic more per- suasive than Snyders Bowles once ran one ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 1 February 1946

fc 8 > I FRIDAY FEB 1 1346 jf03m EDITORS NOTEt This newspaper through special arrangement with the Washington Bureau vj Western News- paper Union tit 1616 Eye Street N W Washington D C it able to bring read trs thh weekly column on problems of the veteran and seriiceman and his fam- ily Questions may be addressed to the above Bureau and they will be answered In a subsequent column No replies can be made direct by mail but only in the column which will appear in this news- paper regularly Freezing Army Points This office has received many let- ters asking whether or not once men get overseas their accumulation of discharge points stops The an- swer from the war department Invariably has been that men con tlnue to earn discharge points so long as they are in service This question was brought to a bead recently when Secretary of War Robert P Patterson was sur- prised when Informed by the army newspaper Stars and Stripes that point scoring stopped September 2 The war department now d...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 1 February 1946

i h Tuge Ten ANNOUNCING Taxi Service for Canadian 25c FAR 25c 2 fff 35c Local Long Distance Calls Round Trips Here in Town 35c Special Prices to Railroad Men Yard Office to Town 15c Per Person Owned and operated by- E L Harrison Wayne Willingham 24Hour Service Phone 313 Headquarters at Cactus Cafe Avoid a Hold Up It may be handy to carry some small change with you to pay little bills but even then the party will just aa gladly receive your check But if you carry much money some dark night some fcllew may tell you to stick your hands up In a case like that you will wish your money was In the bink where it was safe We invite you to open an account with us and PAY BY CHECK The First National Bank THE FRIENDLY BANK Featuring That Old Time SERVICE WITH A SMILE GAS OIL ACCESSORIES MOTOR REPAIRS Prompt Efficient SERVICE Users KEID JONES Owners We wish to impress upon you the fact that from all present indications combine parts will be as hard to get as they were last year Look your combine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 8 February 1946

H > W H Local Draft Board Officials Honored The local draft board officials who have served for two years or more were honored at Pampa yesterday when they and offic- ials from six other counties were awarded medals and certificates lor their services Carl Studer and H S Wilbur were the only members from here who had served long enough to receive the awards Mrs H E Hoover received the medal and certificate posthum- ously awarded to her husband the late Judge II E Hoover Mrs Norman Maglll clerk at the selective service office here and Mrs Hoovers daughters Vashtl and Louise attended the ceremony The Pampa chamber of com- merce was host to the guests at a 12 oclock luncheon held In the Palm room of the city hall Lt Cmdr Harold C Benedict represented Governor Coke Stev- enson In presenting the awards at the Junior high school at 130 Big Time Coming for Boy Scouts A big time for Scout Troop 71 and Cub Pack 71 Is coming Sun- day evening at 730 when there will be a program of interest ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 8 February 1946

Pug Two OVEMMIGHT i TOK fTOBT THUS FAR Adam Brvct FBI operator sa a trip to Ma old home ia lata Mi previous boss Inipector Top aad Mrs Topa Ha lent them out to mi auto camp operated by Dtt Dt walav Later that ale at Topa phoned Bntl aiklaf him to coma oat to Da walac at onca and to bring SUta Troop tr tOL Tha Topes had beem rented the Faraway cottaft where they found the body of k mas with hands and feet bond tit had been murdered and placed uder the bed ot tha Faraway cotUrc QolU went after tbt dlilrlct at loracy and a medical officer while tha Topoi and Brnca dlicnued the cat from what does and facia hey could And CHAPTER IV Cumberland nodded How longs ho been dead Doc Doctor Medford had already made tome examination Twentyfour hours anyway he said Probably more He itrlpped off those bands of black tape that halfconcealed the dead mans countenance Anybody know who he Is he asked They came to look they saw an old small man with eyes twisted slightly upward at the corners a nose thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 8 February 1946

fi < K v FRIDAY FEU 8 1946 Things You Knew All Along But which dopey me hit found outj President Truman Is not ill but the Army has completed plans for Presidential suite at Walter Reed Hospital FDR and other govt of- ficials Invariably used tha Naval Hospital at Bethesda Md Since Mr Truman served in the Army in World War I the Army has no in- tention of turning over Its prize alumnus to Naval medicos should he need a doctor Mr Truman discovered that trying to be a mid dleoftheroader means you get slugged from both sides In Berlin the Naiii civilians too gather In front of U S PXs and beg the Yanks for chawklolt choon gum and other goodies even clg gies The Americans often share with them When the Nazis are a safe distance away they make cracks thumb to nose etc Nurses just back also report the Nazis practically dare the Yanks to > bit them with their vehicles orbikes as they cross streets But when they see the Russians coming In cars they flee Because the Russkys run over thc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 8 February 1946

fsgc Four 3fco HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS Canadian Texas Othello Miller EditorPublisher Entered as secondclass matter at the post office In Canadian Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 Published every Friday Subscription Hate In Canadians trade territory 100 a year out- side Canadians trade territory 3200 a year All subscriptions payable In advance Adrertlslng Ratet Local 40c per column Inch foreign 45c per column Inch l Member American Press Assn Among the writers of serious poetry today one finds few mem- bers of the fairer sex One such however continues to write with leeling and warmth Her works are treasured by all those loving the English language In its most beautiful form Her latest contribution to the Held of literature is printed herewith Her name is Miss Joyce Hill and she writes under the pen name of Joyce Hill We think it has everything except perhaps romance THE MISFORTUNES OF A FLEA Alfonso Smith was a very tired fleaAnd And his feet were Just as sore as could be For Alfonso...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 8 February 1946

W MA V i 1 f vi f FRIDAY FEB 8 IMG Methodist Notes By Mis George 1111 Our church school attendance Is still growing It you are not attending you will And a hearty welcome and a class that will In- terest you An attendance contest between the young poeples classes Is on So lar the class taught by W E Lallcker is ahead Erbin Crowcll Is the teacher ot the other class George Cummings Is welcomed as a new member In the depart- ment The choir has recently organ- ized and Mrs J VV Grist Is the president They sang the anthem My Faith Looks Up to Thee at the morning worship service Sun- day If you sing they would be happy to have you Join them at their practices on Wednesday night at 730 The Methodist Mens club met Wednesday night O L Ruther- ford Is chairman of the program committee and Isaac Simpson was eats chairman We were happy to have Major Joe E Boyd Jr In the services Sunday He has Just returned from Japan Miss Pauline Ladelle Wright daughter of Mr and Mrs Red Wright left Sunday for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 8 February 1946

Page Six Sandwiches Salads Form a Basis for Nourishing Lunches Hot nandivfc tics are a iveltomc treat for quick lunches They may- be prepared with ground meat rhecsr or cold meats and fhnorfully garnished with tomatoes mustard n1ons or maonnalsc Its eat and run In most house- holds tor lurch time because the children must run- back to school or husbands must hurry back to work If foods sre prepared in u advance however evtn the quick lunch can be nourishing and satis tying Sandwiches of course are an old standby but they should be rounded out with soups and salads Instead of just a beverage and a piece of cake Cold meats are easy to use but they can be served warm to add more appetite appeal to the coon day meal Leftover vegetable fiom the night before dinner when well chilled and mixed with crisp greens make an appetizing salad They may also be used along wi h left- over meat for delicious soup which Is so welcome with a fairly dry food like a sandwich If sandwiches are served the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 8 February 1946

I < Bc b 10 If > IV i FJUDAY FEU 8 1946 CHAPTER 1 Steady Texl Jane Keller pat- ted her horse as she drew rein at the crest of the hill troll She was young and slim and straight and her jold corduroys made her look like a boy A mighty handsome boy old MacDowell always said aint any flrl in these parts can touch herl She turned in her saddle now to watch the lights spring up In the dis- tant ranch house small and fain and flickering like candles In a fog Dusk was down there In the vail but up on the hill trail there was a yellow light behind the sycamores and great flares of yellow and or- ange and red in the sunset sky Be- low her lay the prfvate road to Las Palomas her brothers ranch it crossed the hill trail and the bridge to meet the State highroad five miles away There was a big cliff at the bend Jim Keller talked of blasting It but he had never had the time nor the men to spare It loomed there still In the midst of trees a rugged sentinel Tex put down his head and began to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 8 February 1946

Page Eight Mr and Mrs C C Palmer of Tortalcs N Mex are visiting here In the J B Haralson home Mr Palmer Is a brother of Mrs Haralson who has been 111 here the past two weeks Mr and Mrs Jim Hutcheson have had as their guests the past two weeks Mrs Hutchesons niece Mrs Rudy Hunsacker and daughter Linda Jane of Ama rlllo The Are department was called out to extinguish a grass fire near the Elmo Wheeler residence yesterday momlng L H Henderson secretary and treasurer of the Pampa National Farm Loan association was in Canadian Wednesday on bus- iness Mr and Mrs Joe Tyler arc moving to Shattuck to make their home Mr Tyler will be the Santa Fe agent there Mrs John McCIure Is visiting her sister in Borger this week UNDERGOES SURGEBY AT PAMPA HOSPITAL MONDAY Mrs John C Nix underwent surgery at the hospital In Pampa Monday Her husband is her special nurse Mrs Nix Is the former Miss LaFawn Cain Her husband Is T5 Nix stationed at the general hospital In Memphis Tcnn Mr and Mrs C II Jennings and...

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