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

Paga Ten MIAMI BODEO CLUB PUTTING ON SHOW SUNDAY P M The Miami Rodeo club Is put- ting on a show at Miami Sun- day afternoon They arc expect- ing the Amarlllo club down and everyone is all set for a big time Ellis Locke Is president ol the Miami club and Dale Low Is secretary They have a good arena and a good bunch ot Brah- ma calves Gobcr Lee Mitchell and Ver- non Close attended the horse sale at Plalnvlcw Monday and purchased some horses PTA TO HOLD LAST MEETING OF YEAR MON AFTEBNOON The PTA will hold Its last meeting of the year Monday afternoon at 315 Miss Chlldcrs will talk on Readiness for the First Grade The speech class will present the oneact play they presented at Lubbock and Lyndall Maglll will give a read ingThere There will be election and In- stallation of ofllcers for 194G and 1947 Reports of the meeting at Dalhart will be given briefly Phone your want ads to 79 Little Texas Cafe Is Open We will give you prompt and courteous Service Carolee Berry Mgr THE STEADY The St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 May 1946

h r k v > > VOLUME VIII Harmony Trio Here for Two Weeks Revival The Hundley Harmony trio consisting of Eddie a 16yoar old preacher Robert 17 who i plays fifteen different musical Instruments and Raymond 15 singer and musician will ar- rive here Sunday or Monday to > hold a mammoth two weeks series of revival services at the Assembly of God church In Its new building across from the White House Lumber company at Third and Kingman Preaching will be done by Eddie Robert will have charge of the music and special singing and Raymond will help with the singing and music Everyone who likes good mus- ic whether a member of the church or not is cordially In- vited to attend these services which will begin each evening at 745 starting Monday May 20 Pictures of the talented boys will be found on page seven of this paper Note The time should read 715 Instead of 945The The Rev George Royce pastor of the church cordially invites everyone to come and bring their friends G E McCleery Selli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 May 1946

Jags Two m DofJlOVbDW tin GWEN IBRISTOW tiie itoiit thus pari Bptait iter loot saeceitfol metloa plctort produc- er tad mirrltd EUiabttli after htr Bitl uibajid was reportedly killed In World War L Tier hid three children Dick Cberrjr end nrlin Dick aa 17 end woold loon be arallabl for service Vrfcencrer Ellitbeth thoucht of Dick entcrlm the icrelce the old atony of her Brit boibandi death would return She I determined to face II bravely Re- turning from a loncheon appointment with her hniband Ellrabeth found Cher rr Dick and their frlendi Julia and IMidte at the swimming pool Cherry and Dick ihook down aome lemona and brought them Into the bouie to make aome ade CHAPTnn in For a moment the stood turning the radio knob The radio mourned that there were no flowers In its gar- den of love offered her a remedy for acid Indigestion and inquired per luaslvely If she was troubled by nagging pains In the small of her back With a wrinkling of her nose Elizabeth switched off the voices and d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 May 1946

4 u < > t < r miDAY MAY 17 1916 Designed for Coolness Molded Fruit Salad See Recipes Below Cool Topics If Or Mr Sun is getting hotter every day and you have a problem trying to keep the family feeling cool then feed them cool delec- table things that will take their minds off the weather Inci- dentally by feed ing them cool things youll be keep- ing cool yourself if you learn how to prepare dishes that dont take heat for cookery First of all select foods that will cook in a minimum of time Sec- ondly do your cooking in the cool morning hours so that the kitchen is not heated at the last minute Rely heavily upon the refrigerator nnd learn to use It to the fullest ex- tent Serve salad plates on the hottest evenings and don t limit the meal to one salad Vou can prepare a meat salad vegetable and fruit sal- ad and serve each In a dainty cup of lettuce as your main course Top this off with cake or pie prepared earlier In the day or If you wish precede the meal with a hot cup of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 May 1946

iW9fr Tobis FoUI Hie HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS Canadian Texas Othello Miller EditorPublisher Entered as secondclass matter At the post office In Canadian Texas under the Act ol March 3 1879 Published every Friday Subscription Hate In Canadians trade territory S100 a jcar out- side Canadians trade territory 5200 n year All subscriptions payable In advance Advertising Rate Local < 10c per column Inch foreign 45c per column inch Member American Fre3S Assn TAMPAN ENJOYS NEWS 217 N Gillespie St Iampa Texas May 13 1910 The Hemphill County News Will you please quote jour mailing date there so Ill know when to look lor It here I enjoy it a lot and dont want to miss a single copy Yours truly Mrs Agnes Born Thank you Mrs Born You should get the paper on Saturday In Pampa Ed The Rev N K Wells of White Deer was a weekend guest In the home cf Mr and Mrs Ed Little He filled the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday in the absence of the Rev Fern A Miller who with Mrs Miller Is attending the Southern ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 May 1946

< t i f TMDAY MAY 171946 NAZAHENE CHURCH Sunday School 1000 a m Morning Worship 1100 a m Evening Worship 730 p m Trayer Meeting Wed 715 G E Couch Pastor Send The News as a gift Phone yqur news to 79 Dr C C Merritt Equipped To Give Complete Chiropractic Service WHEELEn TEXAS LICENSED SECURITY DEALER Bargains in Real Estate all standard forms of life insurance contracts LET US DO YOUR SPEAYIN NEW HIGH PRESSURE SPRAY We spray oattle orchards bindweed etc at custom prioes All spraying is done under the supervision of the County Agent O W STANFORD Phone 123M Miami Texas armae1 1 LU SUNDAYS 1000 A M I S to 100 P M J Prescriptions Uilakv OPTOMETRIST 32 Years Practice in the Panhandle Canadian Texas Office in Tubb Building in tiptop condition by having it serviced with Gulf Products Car Accessories WashingGreasing Vacuum Cleaning Tire PickUp Service PHONE 80 HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS Mrs Edna Watson ot Perry ton spent the weekend here- with her daughter Mrs Fur man Williams and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 May 1946

rage Six tt If fexfW w iWfP Ptf fiw srvfK i i W Send The News as a etttl Phone your want ads to 79 H A MONTGOMERY DC CHinOPHACTOR Office in the Hoover Building PHONE 383 Canadian Texas National Maocine Jim Ingwersen Feed Co They heated stones and dropped them into vessels containing cold water Thats the way the ancients obtained their hot water We have progressed a long way since those days Now we get all the hot water we need by merely lighting the pilot un- der a modern Automatic Gas Water Heater It is ornamental efficient and econom- ical Gas is the silent butler that serves constantly Public Service Corporation of Texas You Can Do It Better With Gas r 1 JW U I HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS GEM NEWS By Ardolle Henderson Mr and Mrs W C Welch and Dannie Mr and Mrs Randolph Sumner and boys Mr and Mft > Vernon Rowley and Mrs Lom ond Badey enjoyed a picnic at Lake Marvin Sunday Mrs Bobble Bayless and boys spent Sunday with Mrs Bayless mother Mrs G S Henderson Mr and Mrs Lloyd...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 May 1946

J1 ft > if rJW V i J FK1DAY MAX 17 IMG Mr and Mrs Henry Mathews and family of Amatlllo spent Mothers day here with Mr Mathews parents Mr and Mrs Jim Mathews Phone your news to 79 Earl Rlica MRS HAI1RIHGTON GETS TWO PICTURES AT CHURCH SUHDAV Mrs Alice Harrington received two beautiful framed pictures Mothers day from the First Christian church here One or being the oldest lady at Sunday school andthe other for having the largest family Mrs Harrington was 79 years old February 9 and reared 11 children She has two sons dead and five sons and four daughters living Paul S Hale AMM 3c from Pensacola Fla Is here on leave visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Ralph Hale of Gem He has been in the service for the past four and a halt years Mrs Lcona Reaves of Mo beetle had as her Mothers day guest her daughter Mrs Claude Lard of Pampa Writing stationery printed es- pecially for graduation gifts at The News office jFrom where I sit 6r Joe Marsh The Truth About That Explosion Far weeks nomer Bentl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 May 1946

17 Pace Eight Mr and Mrs Clayton Tregem bo ol Vallcjo Calif were guests In the Frank Cain home Sunday night Mrs Tregembo Is the for- mer Mrs Bill Ward and will be remembered by many here Mrs George Galloway spent the weekend at Enid Okla where she visited her sister Mrs A M VIon and family Mrs Earl Blackmore had as- her guests recently two former classmates Mrs C W Wllks of Fayettevlllc Tenn and Mrs W F Palmeter of Elk City Okla Faul Hoelle of Enid and P O Boyd of Lipscomb were guests Sunday in the M E ONeill home Cattlemen For Livestock Transportation Call the IS PHONES 197 249W or 377W Bryant Collins Dunn LIVESTOCK TRANSPORTATION All Popular Breeds from U S ADprovcd PullorumTested flocks which are per- sonally Inspected to meet the highest standards ol Heal lli Vigor and Eirg Production Nutrena Feeds Jamesway Equipment Poultry Remedies Serval Litter YOUR ORDERS APPRECIATED 3WEEKS HATCHERY Home of Healthier Chicks ARNETT Phone 71 HIGGIHS Phone 10 V 3 azf tjFh > S m HEMPHILL COUN...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 May 1946

FRIDAY MAY 17 1946 LOOKING AIIZAD yt GEORGES BENSON PretMtHt tfardlKf College Starry Jriatsst Time Flies Busy In the United States today arc two ways of thinking the high- brows call them opposing con- cepts Orators In both camps sound a lot alike until they get right down to brass tacks completely away from abstract generalities Both schools If you listen with only half an car to their vocal members seem to favor advancement of the race and better living conditions Most of the people In America arc not on either side not yet They havent given the Issues enough j thought Thats the way with the i American people they keep out of nil the arguments they can They ore busy with their own affairs and If you Interrupt them you must state your business in a few words Unfortunately it Is not possible to state these two creeds briefly and clearly Serious rroblcm It would not be necessary for a person of average ability to go to college and study a year in order to learn the difference The pro...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 May 1946

I Page Six UIIEVT KING of the United States Luther F Chens Is shown holding a sheaf or Wichita wheat with a sample of the threshed rraln ncarb > The trophy he won In the competition Is also shown The winning wheat was produced on his 80 acre farm southeast of sterling Logan county Colorado Some Surplus Goods And Lund Available To Farmers of U S WASHINGTONWar Assets cor- poration new agency handling sur- plus war property has announced there will be no strictly agricultural tquipment declared surplus al- though certain types of equipment such as tractors and trucks may > converted to farm use The corporation has made plans establish a small organization within the department of agricul- ture to handle surplus goods which may Interest the farmer Here are some facts which may Interest farmers At latest count there were still some 70000 acres f surplus farm land out of an origi- nal 100000 acres for sale there fe no barb wire the demand exceed- ing the supply by about 15 to 1 ther...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 May 1946

w FRIDAY MAY 17 1946 and h V fe Peggy Bern TIlVsTOKY THUS PAR Met leami from Susie a hJgb school tlrl that Alicia has spread fostlp all over town about her and Tom Fallon meeting on the ride She avoided Fallon for several days but on Saturday he came Into tho chicken yard where she was worfclnr She told him of the foitlp Who started this talk he demanded Meg told him It was Alicia Stevenson the widow Ill have a talk with her Tom declared She begged him to do nothing about It but he left with a grim face When be came back by to pick up the milk and eggs he told Meg that he thought Mrs Stevenson was going to mend her ways Megan had her doubts for she had known Alicia longer CHAPTER IV Megan shook her head She has no children she explained She Is a wjdow She came here to live in the spring because as she frankly stated her Income has shrunk so much that she cant af- ford tolive anywhere else And she amuses herself by ferreting out small things that people would rath- er not have known ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 17 May 1946

Page Twelve Let the Ads Guide You When Shopping THE WORKING You work for dollars and in turn you should let them work for you An idle dollar does no man any good but a working dol- lar can add to your income The First National Bank The Friendly Bank i Sfleefc Metal Payne Floor Furnaces Jiea PHONE 238 Were dsasag eaSil wo cean So serve people wesafling ffffir ffeloplaosaos XHE urgent job of getting telephone service to those waiting is going ahead Vc arc nearing a milestone Soon ecrone who needs only a tele- phone instrument itself to get service will have it That shortage is about ocr In the first three months of this car we lme installed 150000 new telephones in the five states we serve This is as many as we would have in- stalled in six months of a normal year Although 170000 new applicants for service during this time kept the wailing list long 223 000 in the Southwest as April began we now are getting sen ice faster to those waiting longest A great many of the people waiting for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 May 1946

t J M i The Hemphill County News VOLUME VIII Poppies To Be Sold Here Sat Organization of the corps of volunteers who will distribute memorial popples here tomorrow has been completed Mrs F D Teas poppy chairman of the ZybachOwcns unit of the Amer- ican Legion Auxiliary announc- ed yesterday The corps Is composed of mem- bers of the Auxiliary both sen- ior and junior Carrying baskets of popples made by disabled veterans of both wars at Kerr vllle they will be on the streets early In the morning and will continue to offer flowers to bo worn in honor of the war dead throughout the day Serving with Mrs Teas In various sections of the corps will be Mrs A Bernson Mrs Itoller and Mrs Jim Johnson In return for the popples the workers will receive contribu- tions to the American Legion Auxiliarys welfare and rehabil- itation funds The money will bo used to aid disabled veterans of both wars and to assist families of veterans found in need The bulk of the money will remain in Canadian to be e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 May 1946

Fact Tiro T S S gr 1 J T WJ Wt V T l 15 GWEN JBRISTOVV TOR ITOJIY TTIU8 FARt SpraU Iltr loatt toece fuI motion ptclart producer fend mtrrlrd ElltabeUi after btr firit bQiband Arthur KlUredse had been re- ported billed la World War I They had tare children Dick Cherry and Brjan Dick IT would aoon b called Into nrr Ice Spratt called EUxabetb to tell her that he wn bringing Kestler a refogee writer to dinner the following night Renter who In reality waa Arthur KlUredge had returned to America and gone to work for Spratt If believed nil dhflgurements would prevent Ellia beta from knowing him The dinner date wai to be Just 24 yean since Arthur wai reported killed CHAPTER IV It was quite dark when her friend Franees knocked on the door When Frances came In from work and the maid said she had not seen Eliza- beth Frances came up to her room Elizabeth did not hear the knock so Frances opened the door saying Elizabeth arc you here and then Why whats the trouble Ehe switched on the light and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 May 1946

A ll < tf V si if wJ k FRIDAY MAY l 19 6 SM6E3SCREM Tteloltd bj Wutcrn N wipip r Union By VIRGINIA VALE MOTION picture versions of Shakespeares plays have never been very success ful but Laurence Ollviers new production the 2000 000 technicolor Henry V is likely to break records It in troduces the Bard in a new light as an action writer with a flair tor the boy meets girl theme Henry wai a madcap youngster a superb warrior a great lover and a conscientious king what more could anyone ask especially with talented Olivier in the role Since England was at war when the picture was made the terrlflc battle scenes were shot In Ireland where they wouldnt have to stop work every time a plane roared overhead Did you know that Burgess Mere dith has the perfect American voice According to more than 150 testa made by David O Selznlck BURGESS MEREDITH he has so hell record the legend of Pearl Chavez which is the flvemhv ute prologue of Duel in the Sun Its a United Artists release The movies a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 May 1946

B ge Four Tho 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 Kate In Canadians trade territory 5100 a year out- side Canadians trade territory 200 a year All subscriptions payable In advance Advertising note Local 40c per column Inch foreign 45c per column Inch Member American Prc3s Assn Boyd Williams conducted the services at the Church of Christ Sunday In the absence of the regular pastor Paul C Herndon The Reverend Herndon preached at the Kirkland church which he will take over after this Sunday Mrs T B Fox and daughter Donna drove to Hlggins and Lipscomb this week Mrs Foxs niece Juanlta Fox of Hlggins returned home with them for a visit Mr and Mrs Louis Curlee arc moving their household goods to Allison this week They will move their store at a later date due to the fact that their present building has been sold and they ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 May 1946

< k < k Lt FRIDAY MAY 24 1048 This is the first Memorial Day since the close of World War II The heartsof many are sad today be- cause the ending of the war did not bring back loved ones who gave their lives for their country This is the day all of us pay tribute to these fallen heroes as well as to the memory of the heroes of other wars But a grateful nation is not only paying its respects to its honored dead but is making provision also for it3 living heroes through the G I Bill of Rights It is fit- ting and proper this Memorial Day of 1946 to remind veterans of World War II about their rights under the G I bill We know there are veterans of this last war who through modesty or some other reason have hesitated to avail themselves of the rights which are theirs under the G I bill Every citizen of this great nation in grate ARTIES BEAUTY SHOP COOK ELECTRIC EARL RHEA BEST WAY STORE GRIMES PHARMACY NOLEN HDW FURNITURE CO CANADIAN LIVESTOCK TRANSPORTATION L F MAY JEWELER THE FAIR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 May 1946

Cliclit its ready to ivritc no cap to ClicJcl its ready for pochet or purse no cap to replace The Pen Without a Cap HSftBi V ft t ft JR 5 J HEMPHUi COUNT HEWS CANADIAN TEXAS REYNOLDS UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED T WHITE AT LEAST J YEARS WITHOUT REFILLING PEN ITSELF GUAttAIVTEED TO LAST A LIFETIME WOXDERFUL MW FEATUISES jjfBSja ig itl X3K ul aau Covered t > 7 U 8 Patent Not 8MM79 and D148508 Other Patent applied for Copyr Reynold International Fen Co 1 ciriiij OPA Cillins No luxury Tax Including ditl ilond and medarn ttrietmltntd gift package FAIR TRADE PRICE HffTlp it FRIDAY MAY2ClM with the revolutionary SLIDING BALLPROTECTOR 1 Unconditionally guaranteed to write at least 4 years without refilling 9 Convertible into a mans or womans pen Extra top provided at no extra charge New Midnight blue Satinf lo ink give more legible smootherwriting jM New slidinghall protector covers hall point when not in use it clicks with a flick II GUARANTEE and its s rf lty Evcry tested Reynolds 400 Pe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 24 May 1946

4 < L 4rV K or P it it I H v if FRIDAY MAY U 1948 Dr C C Merritt Equipped To Give Compute Chiropractic Seirtoe WlinELEH TEXAS SUNDAYS 1000 A M y S 100 P M y D U Hardin made a ttlp to Memphis Tex Wednesday to get his sister She will go to La- redo to care lor their mother who Is bedfast Phone your news to 79 DB A WITT LICENSED SECURITY DEALER Bargains in Real Estate ALL STANDARD FORMS OF LIFE INSURANCE CONTRACTS PLUMBING Repairs Fixtures Peerless Heaters Jo B Honver PHONE 182W LET US DO YOUR SPRAYING NEW HIGH PRESSURE SPRAY We spray oattlo oroharda bindweed etc at custom prioes 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 E4 Fixtures Repairs FLUORESCENT LIGHTS SEE ME BEFORE YOU BUY1 ascription > inifivy i flWTf CABJLETON STUDER MAT RECEIVE DISCHARGE SOON Carlcton Studcr phoned his father C A Studer Monday afternoon from San Francisco He had...

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