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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 3 May 1935

HUTCHINSON CQUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MAY S, «lftS5 i 4 li'days 1 I; cence - | C11 doll er iiit< 1, just 1 school % Ha* ty's pi caps i^ to til first tury. Letf1 ■wore <3 handl< count A tiers knowrf munit<4 get tin lsom house,' « pos AlhanH ISOD I J. A. counts I SettLl the in I than t [ liambrJ ed ancil ernm e:| j.B handle contra three Thr| 12-mil back, his col Esta vemaiij 1330. many ranchi southel ed a until Waisman's Second Big Slash!! LADIES' SILK 36.95 for $1*98 During This Great Gigantic UT!! ENTIRE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE AND FIXTURES — ABSOLUTELY LEAVING TOWN—VACATING BUILDING- All accounts not paid on or before May 21,1935, will be turned over to Collecting Agency for collection. ENNA JETTICK SHOES $3.69 Reg. $6.00 Value ENNA JETTICK SHOES $3.29 Reg. $5.00 Values i' Sat. Morning 9 o'Clock PIECE GOODS SPECIAL PRINTS—VOILES—SOLIDS 10c yard Reg. 22c and 29c Values ONE HOUR ONLY -421/V WASH DRESSES & PAJAMAS 49c Values to $1.95. One Rack WASH DRESSES $1.19 Reg. $1.95 Sto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 10 May 1935

V"' [ The Hutchinson County herald We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County VOLTS—NO. 24 LOCAL CHURCHES HONOR MOTHERS WITH PROGRAMS LARGE CONGREGATIONS EXPECTED FOR SERVICES McClelland Finds Himself MUSIC PLANNED *s. 1 WEARING OF FLOWERS IS URGED FOR OCCASION Mother's Day in Borger will be observed- with special morning services "at all local churches, ac- cording to announcements made by ministers. Large congregations are anticipated, since the occas- ion is surpassed only by Easter as a time of church-going. Many who attend services will wear the conventional red cr vhite carnation in honor of their mothers. "The Average Uvoryday Clirls- tian Mother" will be the topic of Rev. .J. N. Hunt, paster of the First Baptist church, at the morn- ing services to be held at 10:45 a. lu. His sermon will be based on the life of Hannah, mother of Samuel, and his text will be taken from the first chapter of Samuel. Anthems by the choir, instru- mental music and readings com- memor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 10 May 1935

FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1035 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD "v.. "HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERAED Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 LLOYD S. McCAN.N, Editor and Pablisher Jnfered as second class matter January 7, 1927, at die Postoffice at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. Subscription Rates One Year $1.50 Six Months 80c Circulation guaranteed 4,300 copies per week. Advertising Rates 35c per Col. Inch. PHONE NO. 166 The Hutchnson County Herald is published as a county-wide paper, dedicated to the best interests of Hutchinson County as a whole, and supported by the Merchants of Borger, Stinnett and Whitenburg. Taxation Without Representation Let us carefully examine our assessment of tax val- uations in our county. In the past a firm of accountants have been em- ployed to fix the valuation on our industrial property. Why should our county continue to employ this firm when the best valuation they can find for the entire county is less than $19 millions? And one oil company i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 10 May 1935

'rffrru ri \ % i \ I ; 1 I ft 5 f % | * i 5 fmmw ■- The Hutchinson County Herald You're Entitled The Truth For $1 The Year I. Subscription By Mail A wiww^ IP* H ■K SUBSCRIB TOD SUBSCRIBE TODAY HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERA1 D Official paper of Borger and Hutchinson Countv Now you have the chance of buying the greatest value you ever bought in your life for $1 and it is a year's subscription to the Hutchinson Coutny Herald. This offer is good during the month of May only and you have but 21 more days to take advantage of it. The paper will come to you by mail, and you won't rr iss a single issue. It is the hope of this paper to increase its circulation list from 4500 to 6500 during the next 21 days. Send it to your friends who live out of town. They will .appreciate getting the "Official paper of Borger and of Hutchinson Countv." Clio This Coupon And Mail It With Your Subscription 1 % % 5 S Hutchinson County Herald Borger, Texas 1 am enclosing $1 for which please send the Hutchinson County ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 10 May 1935

iL- HVTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1935 Ono thousand delegates are ex- pected in Borsar to attend the firth annual council for the Texl- co district of the Assembly of God churches to be held at the American Legion hall May 28-39- 30, according to J. A. Thomas, ? SL V te V -W.V •• Vassaratt Foundationi general presbyter and local pas- tor. "Speakers of note who will be able to deal with the problems that are confronting all church movement of the day will be pres- ent." Rev. Thomas said. The pastor stated t hat at the Speech Students To Be Presented In Recital Friday last two councils of the church, _ ~~ 760 attended the gathering at ^'rs- ^ K. Aubrey will pro- Plainview and 900 were presentjsen* ,lei iuven"e a,'d junior pu- at the Ciovis meeting. ',ils iu e*I1,'t'5tiion in a recital at At least 1.000 people are ex- the Presbyterian church at S peeted to attend the meeting here, i 0 t'lot'lc Friday evening, May 10. since t he movement is growing j The fallowing program is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 10 May 1935

T&m&tmAY 10, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD page five V '* > 1 #1* ™ 1111 ' i ir ■; * y t%- m - . mmm mm ■S? 8 " If* :«wwwPkwj m '<& i/i * Make Our Store Headquarters We suggest that you make our store your headquarters for everything you may need in groceries and meats. We have spared no expense in equipping our store with the finest fixtures that we could buy. Every fixture in our store is brand new and the interior of our building has been rede- corated and the gleaming white adds to the attractiveness of the store. Not only the fix- tures are new but the entire stock of fcerchan- lise is too and is the very best quality. We are going to see to it that you may pur- :hase quality groceries at the very lowest cost possible. Our store will be run on the strictly cash basis assuring you of quality merchan- dise and low prices at all times. In our fresh fruits and vegetable depart- ment you will find a nice assortment of merch- andise and our new freshener will keep i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 10 May 1935

, N. M. trs. rrkuk Davis and their chllihfcn, Lucille and Walter Roy, hav® moved to Rutneron, N. M. Ly Mr. David has been employed by the Hupwr Petroleum company and has b*eh a resident of Hutch- inson county since 19:50. Mr. and Mrs. David have pur- chased a forty acre tract of irri- gated land in NeV Mexico and have built a modern bungalow where they plan to make their fu- ture home. Two of Mr. David's brothers, Walter David, attcrney, ami Hoy David of the Killion gas plant live iv Rorge.-. I Hung Jury Reported In Alexander Trial A hung Jury after a delibera- tion ot more than 24 hours was the result of t'ne Tom Aiexandei car theft case, which was tried in the 84th district court nt Stin- nett Wednesday. Thursday and : Friday of last week. Alexander testified that he had left his home in Ptainvlew Thrra- day. January 31, of this year in company with Rooker T. Henry, colored, and after spending man; hours in Arnarillo and t'ampa had driven on to Borger. The mouse-colored Plymouth c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 10 May 1935

FRIDAY, MAY lt>, 1985 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE SEVEK "1 UU- rOHH [iRo. V<0. * \ or- the 11 oa, ;er. thfr a here rice (JOtNTY |WA IANT8 (Continued on pane 3) To Keith Plumbing and Sheet Metal, $1.50, for labor and part# April 8, Warrant 4388. To L. Smith, $10, for hauling garbage, April 8, Warrant 4389. To Albert Pick Co., $(>.98, for lneMflpjmdlse, 8, Warrant UfjT To Lindsay Furniture Co., $7.60, for linoleum, April 8, War rant 4391. .To Lewis Hardware Co., $1.45 fqr merchandise, April 8, War- rant 4392. To H. B. Fain Chemical Co. $5 .42, for merchandise, April 8 Warrant 4393. To Southwestern Pell Telephoni Co., $9.45, for telephone, April 8 Warrant 4394. ,To Wright Printing Co., $7.50. for cards, April 8, Warrant 4395. To Virginia Dean, $27.63, for expenses, April 8, Warrant 4 3 90. To road and bridge general fund, $20,000, for transfer of funds, April 8, Warrant 4387. To G. W. Denny, $125.00, for painting, April 8, Warrant I (88. To Harris Food Store, No. 4. $7 .50, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 10 May 1935

—r ■ 7 jr Ffe I FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1935 ; HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD tt Seniors Make Plans For Final Exercises The baccalaureate sermon for the 1935 graduates of Stinuett high school is to be delivered at the cuurthouse at 11 a. m. on May 19. Rev. J. n. McReynclds, pastor of the Rorger Methodist church, is t o be speaker. A processional will be render- ed by the 15-piece orchestra with Pedro Martinez, director, o defi nite program will be arranged tliie week for the singing, which is tt bo given by the choirs of the three churches in Stinnett. Mrs. U. S Nicks will lead the song service with Mrs. Flora Sword as pianist. The Stinnett pastors are to par- ticipate in the devotional service. Superintendent C. L. Sone an- nounced recently, and parents of the graduates will bo given seat? of honor. Caps and gowns for the three girls and five boys who are to receive their diplomas from th< school this year have already ar- rived. Graduates for the year are Miss es Opal Jones, Mary I.uginhyh' ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 10 May 1935

FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1935 H GRANDMOTHER'S DAY, TOO' s Photo R. A. Nicnoia Amorlllo. J The soils are D. L. Jasper, Hot Springs, N. M.; John T. Jasper, Mt. Dora, N. M. and W. L. Jasper, Stinnett. J A brother, U. L. Walis, lives at' Snydor, Texas. Dodds Are Honored At Farewell Dinner Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dodd and ' their children of Borger were hon- ored at the home of Mr. and Mrs ! It. T. Spender, Stinnett, Monday I evening at six with a chicken din- ner. Mrs. Dodd and her children are • leaving Borger this week for ] Shawnee, Okla., for the benefit of the health of Mrs. Dodd and her daughter, Carolyn Jo. Seated at the table were Mr. •and Mrs. J. W. Dodd, Misses Bob- lbe and Bertha Lee and Kstellc Dodd, Jinimie Jean and Carolyn Dodd, Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Spencer and James Spencer. STINNETT NEWS Allien these Gill Scouts celebrated Mother's Day oil May 12, they did not fail to includc Grandmother in the festivities, ami her jjift was flowering sprays from their own favorite forsythla busli. Pio...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 10 May 1935

' y? urnmmmm FRI&MT, MAY'HM 199T t —i-TWitr* i if - -n- • y.Tirrriri - r • pRrtri \Um : . f*ff w*i <."'•"1 i ——— YOUR GUIDE TO ECONOMY. THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD WANT ADS WILL DIRECT YOU IN BUYING, SELLING, AND EXCHAN GE. —— WHY CHANCE HIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIMIIflHIIIIIIIimtimiillllHUHIIItlllHtHHMIIIIItllllllllHIIIIlHHIIIftllHIIIMIIIIHIHIHIIIIlllilllllHIIIII TROUBLE WITH AN INFERIOR BATTERY WHEN YOU CAN GET A GENUINE WILLARD $^55 NOW FOR 5 The Hutchinson County Herald will give away eight theatre passes each week to four persons whose s names will appear in a paragraph on this page. a Read this page carefully, eight passes have been awarded tjhis week. You might have been lucky enough to receive two free passes. § 2 llllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllItfl||ll||H Mttfll tltl|IMttl|IMII>lttl|IIH «lUirnClftlllllMllllllililtll .IIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIttT 206 S< Main Home-made Pies Toasted Sandwiches CURB SERVICE •ltd Convenient Parking Space "Cleanest Kitchen In Town" "D...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 10 May 1935

FRi&Ar, ma#1 lo, tm mSitimmmmmmmmSmmi HUToffmsow HiomflMi&hiW'' - n*- % Ir 's Used Lot Has PLUMB fWoES. i << ^D^OUs NUTT/ Who WOULD'NT With 50 USED CARS and TRUCKS! t* CRAZY TERMS - - AS LOW AS M DOWN - • CRAZIER TRADES: "< S LOW AS $5 DOWN - - CRAZIER TRADES: AZV8D 3HV A3HX JOOHd S<3H3H 2i There's a Nut*^) Holding Everv Wheel III'JH Iluick Coupe.—I was once :i "hot number" but my birthday is against me However, i have a new tag and still run Rood—niebbe jioL like a sew- ing machine—but Rood. I'll be yours or just ^"*The Terms I Are Completely i 1 f 1n<-kpiref1 11120 I>odge t'oui>e—Rarin' to go places—fishing trips and what-not—and I'm a mighty nifty job fo haw around in the garage if you haven't, a 'carl now. Only v V'"1 Hltd « * V,U Vo >' In, l$K10 Ford Sport Coupe—I can tak you'll ho proud of mo. (ioorl paint, good tiros and rha 'motor. I'll only cost you •\on lots of plaoos ancf > ' 'T" OtdKinoblto IWO—I'm well shod, too w ith limw duty tires t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 10 May 1935

M 3; 2. PF Nev bus) insti whf the W BC out Wea FL< V. Tw the A at. th '.lay E Oarar son C H D< Wi pre mo lesf tst? Ti Gr« W« U. WI 1 of Okemah, Ok- tlug Wyatt Webb In week. and Mra. Sam Bryau of WfUMU were shopping In Bor- f«r Tuesday. > S. H. Chlsuin and Jeff Chlsum Irow the north plains transacted business in Borger Tuesday. Ate Marsh has been ill at his bome ot 1005 N. Main street in Jiorger for several days. out lookiug about his farm Mon- day. Mr. Claud Weatherford a business trip to Gruver Sunday. A, boy Weighing 0 pounds and lo ounces wan born to Mr. tand Mrs. J. O. Irvin at the North made ! Plains hospitul Tuesday. -Kenneth Earl, the four year pld son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley i'assons of Borger, has been ill ■With, pneumonia at the family residence for several days. y: , Mildred Hickman has been suffering from an attack of pneu- monia at the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hick 'qvsn in Borger this week. . -« ' P. H. Secluist is able to be balk at his work a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 17 May 1935

!OT7:.";~ 1 i The Hutchinson County Herald if We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County VOL. 8—NO. 24 LOCAL JAYCEES LAY PLANS FOR BIG CELEBRATION BORGER-STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1935 SAMPLE COPY PUBLKHEDEVlRY FRIDAY Stray Cattle Will Be Lodged In Pound 24-HOUR PROGRAM PLANNED FOR JJULY 4 Dickson Inspects Stinnett Schools Because of complaints that havo been made concerning dam- ago done to gardens by cattle, all stray cattle will be put In the city I pound,, according to Lloyd S. Mc- Cann, city manager. "We dislike fining anyone, but we must protect local residents who are making an effort to grow TC STAGE RODEO I gardens and to beautify their ; premises," the city manager stat- BA.ND PARADE, WATER ed CARNIVAL ARE FEATURED Borger's Fourth of July Celebra- tion will be a full 24 hour affair with every sec. nd packed with ex- citement and activities. Under the able leadership of tin; Junior Chamber of Commerce, plans for the biggest Fourth of July ever staged her...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 17 May 1935

W>' I Ul 2 P N. bv ini wl th B ou \\i IINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 •4, LLOYD S. McCAN.N, Editor and Publisher Entered~as~second~class matter January" 7, 1927, at die Postoffice at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. Fl v. T ! the at t 'lay ' Osei I noil Subscription Rates One Year $1.50 Six Months 80c Circulation guaranteed 4,300 copies per week. Advertising Rates 35c per Col. Inch. _________ The Hutchnson County Herald is published as a CQUnty-wide paper, dedicated to the best interests of Hutchinson County as a whole, and supported by the Merchants of Borger, Stinnett and Whitenburg. Our Untaxed Industrial Valuations Death Takes Former Resident Of Stinnett Mrs. W. E. Larkey of Stinnett received word recently of the death on May 6 of Mrs. Rosetta Lee, formerly of Stinnett. Mrs. Lee was one oi the first persons to erect a business house after the county seat was moved to Stinnett. She put In a beuty parlor in the building now...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 17 May 1935

sap* .. . — . 'Tfir~Tr "t * ; t I -Wtip.A.V, MAY 1?, 1-935 — ' ■ ■! i i j ' '( i ■• . JU Home Demonstration Club Council A. L. CirlgKB. 'f Carbon Plant; Mrs. Dan Chambern, Mrs. A. Ji. of Oulf fiowliit es, M i'h. VV. \V. Jonos and Mrs HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALI> Mrs. h. It. Jon- PAGE THREE Vjoine demonstration u^ent. Because of dust storms this; Spring the bed ro< in judging con- tests have been postponed from May until a later date. Delegates from each club in the If ■ > Group Anounces Many Activities Mrs. J. M. Bruton, who is chair- man of the county council of the home demonstration clubs, was e* lected delegate to the farmers' short course at A and M. College at a meeting of the council held at Stinnett Saturday. Mrs. It. E. ccounty made reports. Maddox, council secretary, was Band lOnlertaiiiN chosen alternate delegate. ! Under the direction of Pedro I Mrs. W. R. Goodwin was elect-!Martinez, the Stinnett band en- ed vice president. Klip succeeds i tertained the c uneil wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 17 May 1935

FOUR HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD ffinaB M-ri|._|P 1 FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1935 w 2 N< bi im wi th 1 B i mi \V< F] v T i the •at 'lay 1 One <<on New Spring 36 Inch Guaranteed Fast Color DRESS PRINTS Regular IDo se'ler, per yard (luiHiij; litis drastic iirlcc redu- ctioii sale per yard— 12c MUSLIN :i(i inch bleached and unblea- ched, regular I.V |>er yard sel- ler, for ibis drastic |>riee re* duction, per yard— seersucker ;5<> I lit * 11 W\\ Sj.i'injt l'ii|ue and ltcj-ular ;$."><• to -15c per yard. Specially featured for this ov- erstocked unloading sale, per y ard— SCRIM :{(• Inch curtain scrim in •pas- tel (colors, a real value for t Iti> money saving event. I'er yard now— prints SO Square qua (lrika, new spring priiits. Regular 33c pe l yard in fancy 'aids and solid colors during; this overstocked unloading sale. I'er yard— TEP-INS OVERST ■UBKSSannranRnigMDHai TOWELS SAVE AT j SOL'S Good grade fancy bordered lurk:sh towels— <>t of fancy rimmed ra- ilk ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 17 May 1935

FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD :;}$j PAGE FIVE ■■■■ Saturday SEVEN MORE DAYS TO SAVE SALE CLOSES MAY 25th QCKED SALE Get ready for the Round-Up that starts Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. It's great, unmatched and prices en new quality merchandise have been SLAUGHTERED. We are taking our loss now. for buying too much stock in the Spring. Our loss is your gain. Peo- ple car drive mar^y miles to this sale and save money by doing so. These low prices demand that we sell only for cash, during these sale. Free Prizes! fiim mi Tuesday - Thursday • OF NEXT WEEK PROMPTLY AT 3:30 p. m. Beautiful Prizes Are On Display In Our Show Windows m FOR DETAILS III OUR STORES TO CITIZENS LMAN, GRUVER, MORSE store your headquarters when in tell you that you can't beat these to fell and to sell fast. |ss. Saie postivelv closes Saturday, if***'. / fgff/ srsssssmiBrx gssmamascmBSgstai mm shins straws Newest styles and shapes. Ail new merchandise. Drastically cut to— ma. a lEN'S ■ralls and L a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 17 May 1935

HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD • FRI-DAY, MAY 17, 1935 *5 *' ■?"' • 'Iaoi Finished For New Fritch School •f.^5 | _* Plans Wand specifications for the upw Suuford-Friteh school Kj bulfdiug which is to be erected f si.oft have already been approved by Miss Ona Manahan, county superintendent, and by the school plant division"* * Austin. Bids will be received by the at « ;, Han ford independent school trus- \ ¥'•?' tcep until 2 p. in. 7diy 20, MlBtt Mnnuban stated. More than $1200 insurance on ; the building av Fritch which burn ed recently has been collected and placed in the Panhandle bank, depository for all the rural schools in Hutchinson county. Work will begin on the school- house as soon as the contract is let. Mrs. Carl Evans Honored At Shower Mrs. Carl Evans was honored by a host or her friends with a dainty shower at the home of Air A. I!. Miller Wednesday afternoon in Stinnett. «$ w 2 BE HOMINY, No. 2Vz can TURNIP Greens, No. 2 can SPINACH, No. 2 can PORK and BEANS Emperor Peas, No...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 17 May 1935

Mrs. h. M. Judd is able to be ' dinner guests in the home of Mr. I Manuel Brazil, ranchman from up again after a week of illness in and Mrs. It, T. Spencer MoncTfty . near Plenions, was a business vis- iter home. IS evening. itor in Stinett Tuesday. Mrs. J. H. McKoin of Stinnett lias been ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. H. Harris, in Borger for several days. Miss Madelyn Miller has been] Mrs. Essie Oourley has accep- assiHting in the county agent's ted a position at the Court Cafe, j office for several days on account of the illness of Miss Ona Fayo j Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Reid of I Ownbey, stenographer. Miss Mary Morse were visiting In the home ; Warren was also employed in the j of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hughes office the first of the week. j Saturday. 4|^rs. Dewitt Cambern and her Mr. and Mrs. Earl Milton and Dan Carrol, of Whittenburg their children from near Morsel visited in the Oourley and Cam- were in Stinnett and Horger Sat-! Mrs. I). E. Milllgen of Borger urday. spent Fr...

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