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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 26 April 1946

Tage Tcrf Jane Etheredge Four Years Old Mrs L F Etheredge was hostess Wednesday afternoon at a beautiful little party In her home In honor ol her small daughter Jane who was just four years old Many Interesting games were played after which delicious refreshments of Individual cake and Ice cream topped with cher ries was served to the following little guests Marvclla and Gwenette For rest Charles and Carolyn Wal ser Judy Brock Dale Kay and Sharon Petrec Mary Evelyn Jones Wcldon Walscr and Betty Etheredge Jane received many nice gifts Uj a a PIONEER CLUB The Pioneer club met Monday In the home of Mrs M E ONeill Mrs Paul Hocfle was hostess Mrs Hocflcs daughter Mrs Pearl Bojd of Lipscomb and Mrs Ben Tcpe were guests Mrs R II Stone read a paper on the history of several local pioneers and the history of Hemphill county Mrs John Jones gave a paper on Uncle Sam Canning War- ships taken from the Saturday Evening Post Mrs ONeill served delicious refreshments and the meeting was thoroughly e...

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

4 4 < Mrs John Reed and Son Jimmie Seriously Injured Mrs John Reed and her son Jimmie were badly injured Monday atternoon when a spindle bolt on their car crls talllzcd and broke causing the machine to overturn The accident happened about six and a half miles on this side of Laverne Okla The car rolled over three or four times and was completely demolished Mrs Reed and her son were rushed to the hospital at Shat tuck Okla where their Injur- ies were found to be serious Jimmies skull was fractured and his back was broken He re- mained in an unconscious con- dition until Wednesday night when he had short periods of consciousness He was kept in an oxygen tent the first day and has been given several blood transfusions and has been led through the veins Mrs Reeds injuries consisted of a broken collar bone an Injury to her back and several bad bruises and cuts They were enroute to Alva Okla to visit relatives when the accident occurred REVIVAL SERVICES TO START AT PENTECOSTAL CHURCH A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 3 May 1946

< 7 > Paw Two CIIArTER I Elizabeth Herlong looked across the coffeecups at her husband Teel better SpratH He began to laugh Yes I do Talking to you Is such a relict Youre good to drop everything and drive all the way here Just to listen to me You know Its no bother said Elizabeth I rather enjoy being a wastcbasket for ou to toss your troubles Into Call It that If you like said Spratt Anyway youre always there when I want you They smiled Intimately at each other They had been through this a hundred times In the past twenty ytars since long before Spratt Her long become a major producer ot pictures at Vertex Studio It was always the same with minor varia- tions a picture that simply would not get Itself made actors who quarreled with the cameraman writers who couldnt write directors who antagonized everybody on the set unexpected costs straining the budget release dates creeping mad- deningly closer and Spratt desper- ately grabbing the telephone Eliza- beth If I dont get out ot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 3 May 1946

i tv r b FRIDAY MAY 3 1946 THE present year may not be the ffolden age of iport as far at out- standing ability goes I can gee little chance that It will produce master B Bornsbr pieces even close to Babe Ruth Jack Dempsey Bobby Jones Tommy Hitchcock Rogers Hornsby Bill Til den lied Orange and Man o War Not to overlook Earl Sande But the year on ahead will outclass the postwar period pf the first world conflict when It comes to the matter of attendance and the actual amount of gold or Its equivalent taken In at the turn- stiles This 1946 season will make all other past years look like the tag end of a depression so far as crowds and cash are concerned The recent basketball season flattened all past attendance records Wo have had over 50000 people clam orlng to pay 20 a scat for a non tllle fight meaning Grazlano and Servo California and Florida race tracks have left the past far behind in this same respect Two Alabama foot- ball squads made up from Ala bama players recently fought i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 3 May 1946

a e Four Ifce HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS Canadian Texas Othello MUIor EditorPublisher Entered as secondclass matter nt the pest office In Canadian Texas under the Act of March 3 1S7D Published every Friday Subscription Hater In Canadians trade territory 100 a year out side Canadians trade territory 200 a year All subscriptions payable In advance Advertising Ilatot Local 40c per column Inch foreign 45c per column Inch Member American Press Assn SPEND WEEKEND HEDE Mrs J T Trancls and her son Pvt Wayne Francis of Eureka Kans spent the weekend here- with Mr and Mrs Clyde Ilnson and family Wayne was enroute to Camp Stoncman Calif Mrs Francis and Mrs Ilnson arc sisters SPENDS EASTEtt HERE Miss Marsele Hook of Hous- ton spent the Easter holidays here on the Ilralnnrd Ited Deer ranch visiting her cousins Miss Hook Is a student at the womans college In Denton She returned there Monday with others from this section James Miller 8th grade stu- dent has been III with the meas- les this week 1 fa Poli...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 3 May 1946

f FRIDAY MAY 3 1D46 Mr and Mrs Alvls T Burke and small son of Mobeetle stopped In Canadian last Friday while on their way to Pampa LET US DO YOUR SPEAYING NEW HIGH PRESSURE SPRAY Wo spray oattlo orohards bindweed etc at oustom prices All spraying is done under the supervision of the County Agent O W STANFORD Phone 123M Miami Texas in tiptop condition by having it serviced SUNDAYS i fa yfc iA aO W JHA ik a Products Car Accessories WashingGreasing Vacuum Cleaning Tire PickUp Service PHONE 80 a a TOsonptions T OTsffSjH1 Gf jw fflW FW Mrs J It Garcia spent the weekend at Waynoka with her daughter Mrs C E Cervantes and husband A PERMANENT fV The most appreciated A i and lasting Gift you AY can give her Phone 382 TRAYLER Beauty Shop OPTOMETRIST 32 Years Practice in the Panhandle Canadian Texas Office in Tubb Building KEEP YOUR CAE rime 1000 A M V S to S 100 P M J m Vj6 < Methodist Note By Mrs George IlUt The young peoples depart- ment entertained with a silver tea last Wednesday aftern...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 3 May 1946

Six Plume your want ads to 79 I Phone your news to 79 CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH SERVICE H A MONTGOMERY DC CHIROPRACTOR Office in the Hoover Building PHONE 383 Canadian Texas Cattlemen For Livestock Transportation Call the Canadian Livestock PHONES 197 249W or 377W Bryant Collins Dunn BABY CHICKS All Popular Breeds from U S Approved PulloiumTestcd flocks which aro per- sonally Inspected to meet the highest standards of Health Vigor and Egg Production Nutrena Feeds Jamesway Equipment Poultry Remedies Serval Litter YOUR ORDERS APPRECIATED Home of Healthier Chicks ARNETT Phone 71 JUGGINS Phone 10 it The AAJL JL A W ians Best 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 IIEMTOILt COUNT7 HEWS CANADIAN TEXAS WCTU NEWS By Mary B Isaacs A pleasant mothers meeting April 24 with a rilce attendance Mrs Wilbur presiding Pleased to have this member with us just home from her Flo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 3 May 1946

II FRIDAY MAY 3 1916 tn < t TIKprt MRfirrMfyy J i V fil j qr MiS3 Dorothy Terrell of Pam pa spent the weekvhore with hex sister Mrs J P Wilkinson and family Iola Morehead of Borger vis- ited friends and relatives here Sunday Harve Hampton who recently suffered a light stroke Is now able to be out and around again Harvey Swires has received his discharge from the service and Is hare visiting his father Jess Swires and grandfather Harve Hampton Also other relatives and friends Mr and Mrs Roy Pierce have returned to Pauls Valley Okla to make their home Mr Pierce was an employee at the Jones Boot shop NOTICE I will be out of town Sunday and Monday attending an Elastic Curl Demonstration The Newest in Cold Waves Give MOTHER one for Mothers Day Phone 296 ALL NEW EQUIPMENT The Home of anc pee at 700 a m 500 p m Manday HEMPHILL COUNTY HEWS CANADIAN TEXAS HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB- By Mrs W A Merrell There are so many ways of serving cottage cheese and pro- cessed cheese Mrs Alex Simp- son ...

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

Pace Stx Moonlight Over the Hudson Silhouette in the Night Walter PJdgcon and Frank Sinatra who have about 40 million young fans between them spellbound by a middleaged womans conversation In the Waldorfoycr Gene Ray- mond back from the wars getting sighs from the Embassys hatcheck banditti Connie Haines wearing a goldandmby dog collar and her pooch wearing her polls Mrs Jtay Dolger bawling out the Duke and Duchess of Sutherland for ar- riving at her grooms hit Three to Make Ready at 930 Ex Ambassador J P Kennedy on E SOlh street telling a colyumlst that the stories of his cornering the market In Scotch are exaggerated Louise Albrlttons Palm Springs tan In the Stork Belle Livingston attractively gray reminiscing about her prohibition heyday at a 47th Street bar lovely Loretta Young at the Wedg- wood Room Secy Byrnes at a party In the Hampshire House toasting Gromjko Those whom nor hath brought together let no j > coce put asunder Saltier In Our Alley Fred Allen was lunching at Ll...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 3 May 1946

< i n FIUDAV MAY 3 1946 and ha s v jmugLoDd ss Peggy Derm TI1E STOtlY THUS TARI Milan Mae ravish and bcr faUier with Aauls tbs striatal lira on a small farm at lit sdx el pleasant Grove Tnelr Hvini Is made from chickens and a ew cowl lor MacTavlih has been a neeMo wen for years Into Pleasant Grove earns a woman who called herself AUcIa Slav cnion and having Inherited the old Brie ham place she Is now a neighbor ol Megans Alicia Is a woman ol abont forty years old well dressed and some- thing ol a mystery A stranger comes to the MacTavtsh place to bay milk and batter and eggs and announces himself as Tom Fallon the new high school prln ilpal now living In the Wcstbrook place He states that his wife Is an Invalid CHAPTER II Megan add Tom sat quietly on the big Bat rocks saying little their eyes following the antics ol the dogs and cats galloping around In circles on the Ridge She thought she had never seen the pines look so beau tiiul He asked or permission to fill his pipe and lig...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 3 May 1946

Taga Ten 0 f > < 1 rrhc local Red Cross shipped 320 childrens capes for foreign relief this week These were made by volunteer Workers They have nbout that many more to make yet Your help would be appreciated Miss Mary Holly and Dallas Callaway spent the weekend betti with Dallas parents Mr and Mrs C W Callaway Miss Mattlc Cook is now asso- ciated with the Cook Electric company Mr and Mrs Jerrold Thomas of Lcfors visited here the first of the week Mr and Mrs Dale Worley and daughter of Amarlllo will spend the weekend here Mrs J D Enlow Is visiting her son Don and family at Okla- homa City this week Little Michael McCormlck son of Mr and Mrs James McCor mlck of Miami spent the week- end here with his grandparents Mr and Mrs Charles Baker Mr and Mrs Ed Leigh of Ash- land Ore spent the weekend here with Mr and Mrs N E Johnson Mr Eeigh and Mrs Johnson are brother and sister Mrs Alfred King of Abilene is 111 here at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs J R Tray ler Leon Peeples has pu...

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

N4 i rw A a The Hemphill County News VOLUME VIII School Faculty To Pjresent Play Here Thursday Night Members of the school faculty will present a threeact play Aaron Slick from Punkln Crick at the high school auditorium here Thursday night The curtain will go up prompt- ly at 815 and the admission price will be a straight fifty cents for everyone which will Include the tax according to D D Fletcher general manager and publicity agent The cast will include Paul C Herndon Jack Sutton Foster Watklns Mrs Marlon Karr Mrs C F Prultt Mrs Floy Williams Miss Barbara Steele Miss Bon- nie Smith Mrs Caudle Brown Mrs O G Stephenson Mrs Daisy Chllders C F Prultt Clark Johnson and C D David- son II W Trultt Is director of the play and Mrs Dovle Sparger and Mrs Leo Hubble have charge of the costumes and makeup Mrs J O Hutton Is acting as stage manager There will be botweenthe acts numbers and a hill billy band will be featured The en- tire school faculty will appear In the performance John Cayl ors...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 May 1946

w l > f Fuse Two Elizabeth laughed at him GWEN IBRISTOW TUB STORT THUS FARl Spratt Her Ions had become soeceiiful major pro daetr l motion pic tn ret When thloii wtro not folns Jutt tight at the office fca would call hit wife EUnocth and hare her Join Mm at lunch lit liked to talk mattere over with her not to secure her adTlce but for the sympathetic In ttrtit sbi displayed After one tucb to feting the talk turned to their oldeit sob Dick now IT who would soon be taurine lertfce They both decided that When the time came they woold face It bravely Spratt said that thins heir on to their country wai UtUo compared t what they would lose In caie we were defeated la the war ciiAirrM ii Are you coming home for dinner I certainly am Why the query It may be pretty noisy Dick and Cherry arc having a couple of youngsters In What on earth are you feeding them with I was very lucky I got some short ribs of beef And shrimps to start with Better than anything I could get at the commissary I It...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 May 1946

i r CROSS- TOWN By Roland Coc Vfr t FRIDAY MAY 10 1946 NANCY JITTER Xjpanty v > f lT > < JwWr Rcadln The Market Reports I see I Happen Tlle In the Market For a Good Used Car Myself BOBBY SOX Mart Links z fZ T i w HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS I see youre ha vine your own reconversion problem I By Ernie Bushmiller LITTLE REGGIE By Margarita KIACAWTA By Arthur Pointer REGLAR FELLERS VIRGIL By Gene Byrnes f come on butch t iilraceVittoth Vt PACK PORCH By Lea Kleit > s Pag Thro M > more worry ABOUT YEAST GETTING STALE New Fleischmanns Fast Rising Dry Yeast keeps fullstrength for weeks on your pantry shelf IF YOU BAKE AT HOME you can make delicious bread any time at a moments notice with New Fleischmanns Fast Rising Dry Yeast Always dependable New Fleischmanns Fast Rising keeps fresh for weeks on your pantry shelf ready for quick action whenever you want it Just dissolve according to directions on the package Get New Fleischmanns Fast Rising Dry Yeast today At your g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 May 1946

I > 9 ± se Four Tba HEMPHILL COUNTY HEWS 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 Itate In Canadians trade territory 5100 a year out- side Canadians trade territory 200 a year All subscriptions payable In advance Advertising Rate Local 40c per column inch foreign 45e per column inch Member American Press Assn KANSAS COUPLE MARRIED HERE TUESDAY Cecil L Denning and Miss B1I 11c Louise Allphlre of Dodge City Kans were united In mar- riage here Tuesday by the Rev Harry E Wllbanks pastor of the Presbyterian church Mr and Mrs L F May had as their guests last week their nephew and niece Mr and Mrs R C Ladd of Foster Okla Mr Ladd had Just returned from overseas Mrs W J Rhoads has return- ed home from Woodward and Enid where she visited relatives Donnlc Leroy Jackson of the merchant marine Is home on leave Mrs R C May and Mrs Jim Johnson of Amarlllo wer...

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

Tr Vr tniDAY Hay 10 iM6 Mrs Sam Isaacs of Wichita Kans spent a week In Amarlllo She visited with friends here Saturday IY KEEP Mr and Mrs Ted Larenz and Mrs Walter Berry of Hlggins visited with Mrs A K King Sun- day afternoon WBS APERMANENT v jfV5 The most appreciated < and lasting Gift you can give her Phone 382 TRAYLER Beauty Shop LfcT US DO YOUR SPRAYING NEW HIGH PRESSURE SPRAY We spray oattlo orchards bindweed etc at custom prices All spraying is done under the supervision of the County Agent O W STANFORD Phone 123M Miami Texas OPTOMETRIST 32 Years Practice in the Panhandle Canadian Texas Office in Tubb Building CAR in tiptop condition by having it serviced with Gulf Products Car Accessories WashingGreasing Vacuum Cleaning Tire PickUp Service PHONE 80 BETTIS BROS HEMTimjj COUNTY NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS Methodist Notes By Mrs George Hill The Womans society of Christ- ian Service met Thursday for their second lesson on the study book The Fatherhood of God conducted by the Reverend ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 May 1946

fc I SU T5 ST Pap b i Phono your want ads to 79 I Ardello Henderson ot Gem I has been 111 the past two weeks CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH SERVICE H A MONTGOMERY DC CHinOPRACTOH Office in the Hoover Building PHONE 383 Canadian Texas men For Livestock Transportation Call the f PHONES 197 249W or 377W Bryant Collins Dunn All Popular Breeds from U S Approved PullorumTcsted flocks which arc per- sonally Inspected to meet the highest standards of Heal ill Viiiior and E < z Production Nutrena Feeds Jamesway Equipment Poultry Remedies Serval Litter your onDEns appreciated 3WEEICS HATCHERY Home of Healthier Chicks AHNETT Phone 71 HIGGINS Phone 10 Dam Building Ground Leveling Basements Dug Five Caterpillars for Fast Efficient Work WINCH TRUCK For General Hauling CATTLE HAULING Ed Stevenson Phone 9018F4 UIJJ IdiW t Canadian Tex 11 yiwtw 5 PTf V sJT nEMrant count news Canadian texas GEM NEWS By Ardelle Henderson Miss Beverly Mathls has Iho measles Mr and Mrs J B Henderson visited In the G S Henderson...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 May 1946

H i FRIDAY MAY 10 1946 The Womans Club The Womans club met Tues- day evening In the home ot Mrs George Tubb with Mrs S E Allison as hostess In recognition ot Better Music week the music federation col- lect was used followed by a choral number by the club trio Mesdames Hobdy Wilbur and Matthews Edward MacDowell and the Pcterbon Colony was given by Mrs Bill Flewelllng MacDowells compositions from Woodland Sketches were then played by Miss Georgia Engle and Mrs Flcwclling Roll call was answered with something of interest pertaining to music The next meeting Is scheduled for May 21 In the home of Mrs John Waters Mr and Mrs J A McNulty spent last week in Kansas City on business Has the strength of a Machine Wave The softness of a VCold Wave SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW IN PERMANENTS Phone 296 Arrivals Kitchen Cabinets Two Types to Select From White ivith Red Trim Living Room Suite 2Piece Wine Tapestry REID JONES Owners A Base Rockers Tilt Back with Ottoman Specially Priced HEMPHILL COUNTY NEW...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 May 1946

m i y IS I I I V r e six point Va SERVICE ii BUREAU EDITORS NOTKt This neuspapeTt through special arrangement uith th Washington Bureau of Western New paper Union at 1616 Eye Street N if Washington JC Is able to bring read erg thU uetkty column on problems of the veteran and ten Iceman and hit fam- ily Questions may be addressed to the above liureuu amt they mil be ansuered in a subsequent column No replies can he made direct by mail but only in the column uhtch tttll appear in this n i paper regulatly Coast Guard Speeds Discharge Plans Latest move to speed up dis charges comes from the coast guard which has announced that after May 2 point scores will be dropped and all enlisted personnel will be eligi- ble for release In the meantime as of April 15 the point score v as reduced from 30 to 28 for male enlisted person1 net except yeomen storekeepers and pharmacists mates whose scores remnined nt 34 Points need- ed for release of SPARs was re- duced from 20 to 19 uith the same Croups ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 10 May 1946

r c 5 FMDAY MAY 10 1946 Decorate Home with Roses in All Sizes HEIIE is n rosy outlook for the homomnker who likes to Wield a paint brush A pattern of rose designs gives posies for everything There is a spray to re- peat for a borderf a motif to fit chair backs a smaller one for fl drawer fronts tiny designs and full blown roses in all sizes to strew where you like for allover effects The deslgna are planned especially for the amateur Pattern 260 also Includes complete dlrectlona for both painting and stcncUlng Readers wishing one of these patterna should Bend name and address with 13 cents direct to Mrs nuTii wYETn spears Bedford llllls N Y Drawer 10 Enclose 15 cents for Patlern No 200 U N Emblem The emblem of the United Na- tions organization is the first sym- bolic device of a political body to bear within a wreath of olive leaves the airage map which drawn on the azimuthal equidis- tant projection shows all countries In their geogrnnhical relationship to the North Pole EATS CEREA...

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