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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 5 April 1946

se tour Hffffllf The HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS Canadian Texas Othello Miller EditorPublisher Entered as secondclass matter at the post ofllce 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 00 a year All subscriptions payable In advance Advertising Rate Local 40c per column Inch foreign 45c per column Inch Member American Pr Assn Moderners Club The Moderners club met with Mrs Ross Adcock March 20 with eight members and the hostess The demonstration was on the Prevention of Polio Arrangements for the box sup- per to be held at Washita March 29 were discussed Proceeds to be used for the club Delicious refreshments of sandwiches cake and Iced tea were served Members present were Mcs dames Creed Pclrre Robert Tor rest Roy Eckles Clarence Wal scr Wayne Wcatherford Claude Mllom Lolcle Elhcrldge Cal vert Norrls anJ the hostess Mrs Ross Adcock The next meeting was held In the home...

Publication Title: Hemphill County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 5 April 1946

> JL i OFTtlDAY APRIL 51040 Mrs G E McCleery ol Gem and Mrs Lew Ramsey left Tues- day night for Oklahoma City and Roscdalc Okla where they will visit their sister Mrs S O Smith Flanders Oehlert Is visiting his parents here Mr and Mrs J F Oehlert Mr and Mrs Clint Word have moved Into the house vacated Tuesday by the Clark Reagan family Mr Word Is the new dep- uty sheriff here Clark Reagan and family mov- ed Into their new home in the Shaller addition Tuesday AARON TRUEBL00D At Truebloed Motor Company Pecffless Heaters PHONE 182W irtiiv V LICENSED SECURITY DEALER Seo Mo for Bargains In City Property Real Estate Farm and Ranch Loans ALL STANDARD FORMS OF LIFE INSURANCE CONTRACTS FORDFERGUSON DEALERS ARE OFFICIALLY DESIGNATED SIMPLE Miii > RUGGED i DESIGN STCQKSTREJeTSON nr 1 J Our repair department is in operation and we have the mechanics and equip- ment to put your farm machinery into Al condition Call us today for an estimate Phone 366 Canadian Tex nEMPHiUi couimf news Canadia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 5 April 1946

Six Aika Heltzeir as J 3 ht for Cm Btcmsclu B r CteBsch Morula Aft and UU Obtrtut If sot wbr nott n nt prompt In action cff ctlT Tklrt ctnU and fllitr etnU RS NERVINE IOil relief from FoncUoul Nr ont Dbtarbaneri inch Sl p Imaw CranklncM KiclUbllltf JtT iT a IIadeh and Ntrrtu la dlmtton TibltJ SS and f Uqald 1W aod 11 Oft CAUTION Tak only aa directed rain Pill often relieve Headache MaieaUr P ln r Functional Monthly rn s or at i farll 00 Get them at your drus Store CAUTION T 1m only < m dlreeled christian church christian endeavon weiner roast at lake marvin wednesday The Rev and Mrs Troy Plunk and around 25 or 30 members of the Christian Endeavor society of the First Christian church left about 5 oclock Wednesday eve- ning for Lake Marvin to enjoy a welner roast and general good time Each member was allowed to Invite one guest The group was taken to the lake by Calvert Nor rls In his truck Mr and Mrs John Nix and Mr and Mrs Harvey Taylor spent Sunday at Elk City where the boys bu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 5 April 1946

1 9 r ik I FRIDAY APIUL 51946 I yS i f t rT > < PlW v rrf3 The It E Johnson family has moved to Nocona Teic The Hoy K Horton family has moved from Glazier to McLean YOUR BEST BUY- s Canadians Choicest Corner The Ideal Modern Home With or without furniture Yes the property you have always wanted for sale at last Inquire at News Office Or Write News Office Dept A TANKS Propane Butane BOTTLES REGULATORS Any Size Phone 283 Gilberts Singer Shop SAaaaBcaajuSiE May the Eternal Spirit over pierce tho darkness about you with the radiant light of His matchless love This is our Easter wish for vou Old Time Gospel The Kind You Have Been Wanting to Hear hil4ren9s CSioras GOOD CONGREGATIONAL SINGING Jlvaat JMtejt g J HEMPHILL COUNT NEWS CANADIAN TEAS Locust Grove Baptist Church Evangelism will be the theme at the regular monthly workers conference of the Canadian asso elation at the Locust Grove Bap- tist church Tuesday Plans will De made atthe meeting to ar- range for a revival meeting to ...

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

t race Six EDITORS NOTEt Thit netupaper through tpeclal arrangement tilth the Washington Bureau 0 Wettern New paper Union at 1616 Eye Street N W Wathington D C it able to bring read ert thit ueekty rotumn on prahtemt of the teteran ami ten iceman and hit fam- ily Question may he addressed to the bote Bureau and they mil be antuereJ in a tuhequent column No repltet can be made direct by mail but only in the column uhich mil appear in 1111 neut taper regularly Apprenticeship Training Plana for Veteran State approved labormanagement committees are now recognized by the veterans administration as In- stitutions eligible to provide appren- ticeship courses for veterans under Public Law 16 for disabled el erans and under the G I bill of rights The committees vhen approved by the appropriate state agency will be responsible for 1 acceptance of applications for veterans train- ing 2 determination of establish- ments In utilcli training is to be provided 3 arranging for place- ment of vetera...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 5 April 1946

fc FiUDAVi AmiL 5 1946 with both hands He saved your life and youve betrajed him you Judas she cried Jane he tried to restrain her but she broke away run back to her horse and leaped Into the saddle Jim made an ineffectual snatch for the reins Where are you going you mad woman he shouted at herShe She turned and looked back at him haggard and broken Im go Irjg to warn hln something dread- ful will happen if he meets Sten hart Stop wait Im coming Jim cried but she was gone at a gallop Her brother turned and shouted for his horse Jose had saddled it and Jim flung himself into the sad- dle and was off in an instant Jane was well In the lead riding reck- lessly bu Tex was tired Jims horsewas fresh and the distance be- tween them grew less and less as he reached the bridge crossed ft and raced on He could see now as he turned the loop that Stenhart had met Cutler on the upper road they were far ahead The posse had di- vided too and as Jim rode on he made out their plan they meant to cut ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 5 April 1946

Page Ten HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB We gave Australia Douglas McArthur and Australia gave us Sister Kinney was the closing sentence In Mrs W A Mcrrclls hook review of Sister Kinneys book And They Shall Walk at the home of Mrs B Steel on March 22 where 14 members and one guest met In their regular meeting of the Home Demonstra- tion chib Polio was the topic of the meeting Mrs Clarks topic was Research and Mrs Oehlerts Preventive Measures Mrs T W Newton gave a pap- er on Symptoms Mrs Steel conducted an oldfashioned spell- ing match with a prize for the best speller Mrs Newell won the prize a lovely hand painted luncheon set The meeting being near Mrs Steels birthday she received surprise shower of lovely gifts Mrs Amos Smart was also sur prised with some handsome gifts The next meeting will be held next Friday The topic will be Good Landscaping Monday the last day to buy car tags was a busy day at the sheriffs office A real last minute rush Is reported MAMlC OBITUARY James Albert Ackley ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 12 April 1946

A < f Cross Sets Two Track Records at District Meet Bill Cross set two new records at the district track meet held at White Deer April 6 He broke the old record of 5 feet 8 Inches In the high lump with a Jump of 5 feet 8 Inches He broke the broad jump rec- ord of 20 feet 2 Inches with a leap of 20 feet 7 Inches Bill Popham won first In the 100yard dash and second In the 220 Harold Curnutt won first In the discus throw and Billy James Polndexter won third In both the high and low hurdles Coach Watklns and the boys will leave next Wednesday morn- ing for Lubbock to take part In the regional meet there Thurs- day OUR CLAIM TO THE LATEST NEWS Last Friday more than 1100 copies of The News went Into the mall boxes over the county stat ing that the Erbln Crowell child ren had the measles They didnt have the measles then says Mr Crowell but the next day one of them caught It the other catching It the follow ing day William J Craig To Run for State Kepr < resentative of 124th District ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 12 April 1946

Psge Two with HighEnemy tonic If joa eateh col < l eaiDybeeaoo Ton lack til the natural AAD Vitamins and eoeiTTbtifldInr nataral oils rott need you may- be amiud bow Scott bmubion can help balld rmrgv tamna nd r t Uxntt Try it I Sm why many doctors recommend this toodtaitlnr high energy food tonle Buy at your dnnrelntV Happy Days for SIuggish Folks WHEN CONSTIPATION makei you eel punk i the dickens brings on stomach upset iour taste gtiiy discomfort take Dr Caldwells Itmoui medicine to quickly pull the trigger on lazy in- nards and help you feel bright and chipper again DR CALDWCLLS li the wonderful ien na laxative contained In good old Syrup Pepsin to make It so easy to take MANY DOCTORS use pepsin prepara- tions in prescriptions to make the medi- cine more palatable and agreeable to take So be sure your native la con- tained la Syrup Pepsin INSIST ON DR CALDWELLS the fa- vorite of millions for 50 years and feel that wholesome relief from constipa- tion Even finicky children lov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 12 April 1946

A r H riUDAY APRIL 12 1946 NANCY VIRGIL And you positively guarantee that two tall dark men will Immediately enter our lives LITTLE REGGIE J L JITTER L REGLAR FELLERS CROSS- TOWN Bv Roland Coe HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS CANADIAN TEXA8 Mmm Smells as though you were lucky enough to get some meat today By Ernie Bushmill By Margarita HHXCAMTX By Arthur Pointer By Gene Byrnes By Len Klc u SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS white fabric to show off a nice sun- tan To make mends In sweaters or jersey dresses invisible use a rocket hook to make chain stitches to duplicate the appearance of the knitted fabric Wringers are precious these days and the middle of the rolls are called upon to do a tremen- dous amount ol work The wear may be somewhat equalized by starting small articles at the side of the wringer instead of in the middle If j oure having a birthday party for your tiny tot bake cup cakes along with the usual birthday cake Put a candle in each and serve to your guests When jour child blows out the ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 12 April 1946

i r V f Four The HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS Canadian Texas Othello Miller EdltorPubllsher 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 200 a year All subscriptions payable In advance Advertising Rate Local 40c per column inch foreign 45c per column Inch Member American Press Assn TRAGEDIES CLAIM LIVES OF TWO WHEELER COUNTY CHILDREN LAST WEEK Terry Mllum two > earcld son of Mr and Mrs Robert Mllum of Magic City died In the Wheel- er hospital last week as the re- sult of eating a large quantity of aspirin tablets The Mllum baby was asleep when his mother went out In the yard during the morning Hear- ing her child crying a few min- utes later Mrs Mllum rushed to his bed to find him in an uncon- scious condition He was grasp- ing a bottle of aspirin tablets in one hand He was rushed to the Wheeler hospital where death came a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 12 April 1946

i X 0 FRIDAY APRIL 12 1940 Mexican Farm Ijf Workers Coming jfli < t > According to one of the Mexico about City newspapers 54000 Mexican workers will leave for the United States about the 14th of this month to till American farms under a new agreement The paper states that certain states will not be eligible to re- ceive workers because of racial discrimination The government claims that several states failed to meet re- tirements under the old agree- ment during the war Mr and Mrs Henry Shelton of the Lone Star community transacted business In Canadian Wednesday Mr and Mrs M II Shaw and son Mllford of Cheyenne Okla spent Sunday here with Mrs Annie Riley and daughter Mac Mr and Mrs Herman Schwartz have moved to Texarkana Tex to make their home Mr and Mrs J E Gilbert made a business trip to Amarlllo Tues- day Phone your news to 79 Cattlemen For Livestock Transportation Call the PHONES Day 33 Night 187 or 377W Bryant Collins Dunn i Repairs Fixtures Peerless Heaters Jo Mo Hn vei ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 12 April 1946

Tsge Six Mr and Mrs Floyd 1 lines and l > aby daughter Sharon May vis- ited In the W R Hlnes home here Jaxt week They reside In Lctors Eual Lemley spent Sunday jind Monday In Oklahoma City Maxwell House Coffee Good to the last drop Miss Erna Babltzke sales girl at the Canadian Auto Supply spent Sunday at Hlgglns with her parents Mr and Mrs Christ Babltzke The Fred Hale children are 111 with the measles MTOtJTGJTr Brand Pie Filling gBUtSU Enough for 3 Pies No 10 Jar ea tzssPi Beef Steak Family stSe 35c Beef Short Rifes Lb I8c Salt Bacon First Get a New Grade Permanent for the Easter Parade i Phone 382 A IiZ Beef choioe c Roast b 29c MATTHEWS VASSNELl Canadians Finest Groceries PHONE 17 for early rJ y appointments A I Trayler Beauty r 0 I Shop Dam Building Ground Leveling Basements Dug Five Caterpillars for Fast Efficient Work WINCH TRUCK For General Hauling CATTLE HAULING Ed Stevenson Phone 9018F4 Canadian Tex ntT Ur pS SSU < Li2 ZZ irirZZ T < a Jinni HEMPHILL COUNT NEWS CAN...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 12 April 1946

N u i u FRIDAY APRIL 12 1946 WCTU NEWS By Mary B Isaacs April 24 mothers meeting Hostesses Mcsdamcs Wilbur Wiggins Little Marks Kessle Llndley Hobdy and Fisher One of the number to prepare pro- gram and preside In the absence of the acting president and vicepresident the meeting April 3 was called to order by the secretary Mrs Jno Jones Mrs FInchcr read the Scripture lesson followed with prayer roll called and minutes read some reports given clos- ing with the benediction Mrs John Isaacs who has been quite 111 the past two weeks somewhat better wo are pleased i to note A faithful member sel- dom missing a weekly or social meeting but hope to have her with us soon Frances Shaller and Nina Con atser the proud possessors of let- ters received from one of our state ofllcers Mrs Walz of Har lingin complimenting them on being winners In the Temper- ance Theme contest March 27 Harllngln union has this work hence Mrs Walz Interest In ours S T I one of the state depart- ments While some work...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 12 April 1946

n > v 11 i MMt Page Eight CATHOLIC DINNER SUNDAY AT THE WCTU BUILDING The regular Catholic monthly dinner will be held Sunday In the WCTU building at 1230 Everyone Is Invited Miss Joan Elliott ot Los An- geles Calif visited here last week with Mr and Mrs Hcrccal Adcock I May We Suggest You Come In Today As A Stranger Tomorrow As A FRIEND CiS riMi Phone 200 Its Yours Use It Our Appointment as Exclusive Dealers in Hemphill County for the t > CPIMLi pvmtfuha J OuhO Cwout h Mr and Mrs A R Barnett of Woodward Okla spent Monday and Tuesday here with Mr and Mrs Othello Miller and children Mrs C E Groover of Albany Tex left Monday for her home after spending a week here with her mother Mrs W J Conatser Phone your want ads to 79 OPTOMETRIST 32 Years Practice in the Panhandle Canadian Texas Office in Tubb Building The Home of Sizzling Steaksl and iimViVm inli i i it a READY TO ATTACH Oti John Deere Models A G MlnneapollsMoline Interchangeable Model UTU International Model3 II M Intercha...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 12 April 1946

i j = f FRIDAY APRIL 12 IMG Gem Young Peoples Society Sunday April 14 1916 Leader Mildred Foster Responding to the Call Tur man Wlllmoth The Call to Righteousness Martha Jo Sarcels True Worth Recognized Wil- liam Wlllmoth The Basis of Dlsclpleshlp Bill Wayne Hicks A Faith That Saves Zelda Mae Walker Testifying for Christ Glen Bill Walker Continue In Love Billy Ray Morris Sunday April 7 1946 Topic Friends of Jesus Leade V Wilraa Pycatt Devotional Mark 101314 Luke 61316 81315112 John 3l2a Jesus Blesses Little Children Mark 101316 Dannie Welch The First Followers of Jesus John 13845 Lola Wlllmoth Friends Become Jesus Helpers Luke 61216 Fred Hale A Friend At All Times Luke 8113 John Frederick Thiers tclnThe The Friend Of Sinners Mathew 9913 Johny Morris Ye Are My Friends John 151221 Ruby Crandall Friends in the Home Luke 10 3842 Maxlno Jones Little Miss Marilyn Kay Plunk daughter of the Rev and Mrs Troy Plunk has been ill this week f ± f > M > i wffli i y faiU ttfcJ Jfr v m i prxr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 12 April 1946

I h i < Pace Six EDITORS NOTEt This neutpapert through tpechl arrangement uith the Washington bureau of Western Vacs paper Union at 1616 Eye Street N IT Waihingtan D C Is able to bring read en this weekly column on problem of the teteran and lerilceman and hi fam- ily QueUions may he addressed to the bote Bureau and they uill he unsuered In a subsequent column So replies can be made direct by mad but only in the eotumn uhich utll appear in thh nras paper regularly Unit Locations a Secret The war department has on nounced that as of March 19 no further Information will be fur- nished as to the whereabouts of vari- ous units In the armed forces as they have done during the past sev- eral months The army explains that during the period of redeployment v hen so many units were moving In transit from one sector to an- other they permitted publication of the positions of these units At this time however the army says that the billets of the various units ore more or less semiperma nent...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 12 April 1946

> J FKIDAY AIKIL 12 1916 TURNING POINT Mary Imlay Taylor THE STORY THUS PARI Jane re tnrned from the eabtn and Jim told her he had rh ° ned the sheriff to come and cet Sherwln Jane turned white She mounted acaln and rode off Jim after her Soon they could tee Stenhart and the sheriff racing ahead Jim finally topped Janes hone Sherwln wai tandlng on a cliff Stenhart crawling along a ledge Sherwln waited sudden- ly he confronted hli cousin Then Sten hart crumpled reeled backward and feU over the ledge Ife was caught by a dwarfed tree limp but not dead Sher- win looked down and In that moment tame the turning point He uncoiled a rope tied It and began to descend tbe cliff CIIAFTKR X He sought a foothold a crevice and found one where the tree had rooted a wide Assure in the wall of rock He swung toward it got his foot into it and holding thus to the rope and the cliff reached down and laid his hand on Stenharts body He thought he was still conscious for bLs heavy eyelids quivered but ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 12 April 1946

Page Twelve foati6Ffeft > STOCKETS AND LEWIS KINDEL VISITING FRIENDS HERE Mr and Mrs Earl W Stuckey of Wichita Falls and Mrs Stuck cys brother Lewis Klndc of San Dlcgo Calif are visiting friends here Mr Klndel was raised here leaving In 1921 He has made his home In California since that time Mr Stuckey has only been out ot the hospital about two weeks lie was In a bad car wreck about five years ago and has been in hospitals a good part of the time since He may yet lose limb ATTEND ANDERSON FUNERAL AT PERRYTON WEDNESDAY Mrs Joe Hopkins Mrs Wayne Baker Mrs Charlie Evans and Mrs Myrtle Eryan were In Fcr ryton WcdnesJay afternoon for the funeral of Mrs Walter And- erson Mrs Anderson undero ent sur- gery at Dallas about two months ago for a cancer tumor on the brain She was 45 years old Let the Ads Guide You When Shopping WyeJjts Jjts MRS FRED TAYLOR HONORED WITH SHOWER THURSDAY Mrs Bill White and Mrs John McClurc gave a pink and blue shower In the White home Thurs- day afternoon In h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 19 April 1946

H T ATTEND THE CARNIVAL HERE ALL NEXT WEEK The Hemphill County News VOLUME VIII Leslie Ayers Weds California Girl Miss Julia Faye Hopkins the daughter ol Mr and Mrs M S Hopkins of 516 West 52nd St Los Angeles Calif became the bride of Leslie Ayers son of Mr and Mrs George G Ayers here Tuesday evening at 8 oclock In the home of the grooms parents The Rev Fern A Miller pas- tor of the First Baptist church read the singlering ceremony before an altar of potted plants and lighted candles Mr and Mrs Harvey Taylor attended the couple The bride was lovely In a gray suit with white accessories and wore a corsage of pink carna tions Mrs Taylor was attract ively attired In navy blue with white accessories and wore a corsage of pink carnations Immediately following the ceremony the hrldal party was honored with a reception In the Ayers home The brides table was beautl lully decorated with lighted candles and vases of flowers The grooms mother served the cake and Mrs Taylor presided over the pu...

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