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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 February 1928

#4, • 1 - • r'ni- -.-4§ - , ...... t % • ; mM-j * §* jtefcv; V -;r x vy- . *?: $ DIVER. ON METAL STAGE- BEING LOWERED FROM BARJoEr CHEM15T DECOMPRESSING SMALL AUIKVXLS IN CYLINDER CONTAINING SYNTHETIC HELIUM OXYGEN ATMOSPHERE suae*" I in t lio Drain am Llie bubble*: are us. eausin;;- i aral.\ RECOMPRESSION TANK U5ED by the bureau CE MINES IN OEEP-SEA owing studies ■m m Helium Ga' Given Neio Field By Scientific Re- search — Io Extend Range of Under-Waier Engine/■ring — Reduces Peril ol Diving. i-'.y \OKM \N l . McCLOUl) I MOTHER ' has b <n | written in the romance of I helium sas. After c*\"olutionlzlng tho *9i£nee of ballooning, this element his taken center ol the stu^e as a factor o; vast possibilities ia expand'ns *.& , field of under-sea explora-'^n 'Government scientists do not b^'tu'c to predict startling extender* o; tiie time and depth o* d«<"p «?-a diving as a result of t!'i':v,.,e*\e.i now available through F- '. rfl research. P ' new development pie.mises u itcr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 February 1928

HMMaxWfc ■ ; • , v« ' . mSM , .,..:s, 'fev'-Vj,' ■ 7 " THE BORGER DAILY HERALD V IL v .,? ^ .'•. •'„■ : i" 1 Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results .RATE: Twjo cents per -vord per sertion, three lusertloni 'or five cents per word. All want uJb are cash in advunce. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS i 1 We are authorised to announce the following candlates, subject to (she action of the Democratic Prl- | rnary, July 1 ;>2S. t\>r County .nidfce— C, W. K. OOODWIX For County nnd District Clerk— OXA BRYAN For Sheriff ami Tax Collector— . JOE OAVNUEV J. W. (Johnli,v) JONES i CLAIDK 8MITHKHS Mr County Tux Assessor S. 11. LASATKIt ,For County Siiporiliteadciit— MIS ON'A MAN A HAN For County Trenweurcr— J. M. HEtttiECOKK, Jr. For County Attorney— C. 1). WORKS For District Attorney J. A. HOL.MKS C. S. WORTS1AX For County ('ominiw+ioner— WILL ORRICK iiimHiiiiuiUimiiii'mHRiHiiiiftiimiimiiiiiiiiHnmiimiUiiiiiiiHHmttiitiiiiHimtiiitHiiimHmiiimiiitiimiiuiiiiniiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiii...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 February 1928

Ill JfM If, k y — ' l JJ I .Jr\ ——~ >fv1 ame It "In This Cage We Have—1 Farmers Smile Irrigation? New Building Cow Cultivation IIj UAVll) M. WAUUKN Optimisiuf is pri'vaillnK in the l'au handle tills week. The Panhandle, h&il a Koptl lain a week ago Sunday ! lifiht and Monthly. And slartinn Sim day morning ol tills week, Ihc .l'un- butullc rece'ved a good vain follow ed by a snow. Wheat farmers art ancoursged and ii is looking like ■mother'good year for the Plains. Farmers were not discouraged, however, for they knew that the wheat could stand a little more dry weather. They are now talking about how good crops can he raised in the Panhandle with such poo1- prospects. Bui the time is coming when the Panhandle-Plains is not Koing to depend on nature for rain- fall. Cheap power will enable pump- ing of water from shallow wells in many sections of the Panhandle. That will mean bumper crops every year. In addition to the pumping of wat- er. there ifl also the posnihihlity of irrig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 February 1928

—mr—r at i mi hi iMfrlhr ' * - sag c, ;■ ' Buy what you need in buty, buttling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise i« the Beat way in which to Build your Town. Phone 13 ll OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF HOItGKR, TEXAS VOL. 2—NO. 75. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS | 4 \ or J0 3 DIE WHEN PLANE CRASHES IN GEORGIA CITY * * * :{■ y. .v. .y. * * Jjjl # ^ * .y. .y. :y. .y. ,y. ,y. .y. .y. y. ^ y y ¥ ¥ * * # * * * * * PLANS COMPLETED FOR BORGERS THIRD FASHION SHOW Q_ PRACTICE FOR EAHC MORNING EACH MORNING Misr Conard Making Final Arrangements For Elab- orate Displays CONTEST CLOSE Standing So Far Indicates Many Have Chance to Win First Place Arrangements l'or l!orger olid iinnlvormiry spriiiK style to ho held Wednesday and s se<- show, '"hurs- PASTOR HELD day, were neariiiK completion Sat- urday. StaK° ai'rniiKenfeiit eompleled with all tiiiK (if beautiful tillK niei-chandis" of Ftirnture company. have lieen lahorate set-| exllihi- ) A" h'"' tli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 February 1928

8%S — — -~ uiiri in flris h Main Street, Borger, Sunday Morning, by M Te*as, every N-WARREN P-DBmSTiNO CO.. Inc. n. NORR1S —m Manager i Kutftr«d M second-clan* mutter November 83, 1926, at tUe posit office t Border, Tuxas, unaer the act ot March 3. 1897. The Awoelated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication Ot sU news dispatches credited toalt or not otherwise credited jn tl>l« paper and ulso the local newB published herein SUBSCRIPTION RATES Evening and Sunday KvtjnlUb' only ■ flAnduy Ouly BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 1 year 6 mo. 3 mo Per Week SOc 3.60 BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Month 70c $4.00 285 l.SS 12.00 1.60 7 « All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, liltter8 and pictures sent to The Herald are sent at the owners risk, and I he publishers expressly re- pudiate any liability or responsibility lor 'heir -ate custody or return, utmost care will be taken, however, u see that they are not emons sitting, clothed and in Iris right even him that had the legion; and they were...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 February 1928

2 I I i i ' SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1928. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD Mrs. Ray Haggard Phone 13 Karnes of bridKe were played in which Phyllis Barber won high {or girls and Huster Reynolds won high for ,oys. Refreshments were nerved lo tin; following: Phyllis Barber, Murjorie Barber, Kathryn linmel, Karuestlue Zlsler, J. W. Hammond. Buster Reynolds and Mux well Thurston. I TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB GIVES VALENTINE PARTY AT McBRIDE HOME; INTERESTING DISCUSSION o- I() lrglily lliisincss Women's Dance Successful The Business and Professional Women's Club sponsored a delight- taken up before the club, one of which were lo select new presi- dent, Mrs. Don Dilley having hand- ed in our official resignation. Miss Lillian .k'.vnager was elected presi- dent, and Mrs. Loftta Miller, vice- president. (ileixlale Bridge Club Kn-Ieitained Tuesday The (llendale Bridge an enjoyable afternoon Krnest Leek Tuesday, tine motif was carried spellI Mrs. club with The Vulen out iu l Ik white car- An affair which adde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 February 1928

J « f •> * P i ; KI .i--v ■j es :v>' St >H)AY. FEBRUA] IE BORGER DAILY HERALD It's to be a Ray and brilllaut sea- son tor the feet of fashion this |sjjjrln(;—what wHh all the loVe\y new models to select from! ■ The shoe fashions for spring trip "fliiefr way to fame and fortune as blithely and calmly as the first spring breezes waft themselves upon the waiting world of fashion. Tor is fhere one amongst us women folk {ft0 'W'1 itching to slip into our new spring eostumes end slip our foet into oewiicu.uft spring suppers and hie off for a jaunt? It has, been written that as spring arrives there is a decided tendency. toward a greater luxuriousness in s))Oes thaji ever. Light colored swedes, antelope and reindeer lea- thers, trimmed with vivid or harmon- ising kids or reptiles are some of the most favored models for spring wear. For late spring the gay print- ed and embroidered linens are ex- pected to be good and these will whirl with much success through- out the summer with ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 February 1928

iY, FEBRUARY 10, 102?. TTIE RORHER DAILY HERALD MOM'N 'TWOULD NO FOOLS UK6 A COUPLE OF 01.0 OMES, EH.QUMM ? IT STILL ^CftREi ME WiHEM X THINK HOW MAV6E WOT-BLST TUE HEARD vou SAY THAT BEFORE-YOU LOST HEAVILY OM A SELF- popping Pop Coru DEAL AND THEM came RIGHT SACK AMD FELL for the Mining. _ stock . ~1 - ( MAV6E X DID BDT tVE LEARWED A Good lesson - NEVER AGAIN! CLOSE WE CAME TO "SETTING "HOdKI ED ON SUPPOSED MINING <S.TOCK- BUT N08ODV W/ILL EVER CATCH ME ASAiN Experienced Contender Sche- duled to go With Eddie Wednesday Night Low Hopper is sikhIii scliodulPd to , mem ICddle liuruoik. Hopper beu.ru a record of which many a Rood boxer would like to boast. During the early diiyn 01 Mmtlock's experience in the rlnK lie and Hopper were matched in n preliminary Hopper HUcceoded in knocking the youngSttfr to tin canvas for a count, listing himself among the few who have succeeded in dolnft a feat of this kind. Murdock has slowly climbed (hi ropes in the fistic ring until todu> he st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 February 1928

SS$fc; J. I- PORT I LkJi m THE BORGER Wr *n ■ should have the water with which she makes tea tested to make sure th#t it harmonizes well with the brand of tea she is using. This is the dictum of London's only professional tea-taster Miss Margaret Irving. Water can entirely change the character of tea," said Miss Irving "For example, in Scotland, where to determine their exact quality and origin. Then water brought to the boiling point Is poured into 300 pots contaning samples and after these have stood for exactly six minutes, Miss Irving tastes each of the brews. She merely sips the tea and does not swallow It. Out of 300 samples ordinarily about 50 are chosen as most de- accented by bandings of brown. Another dress that would be equal- ly at home on the street or in the field of sports was a gray tweed Fashion scouts have been scout- lug around Paris and cables have WHjn flying hack and forth across the Atlantic. Hashing uhe latest news of washion, as it effects thej\ye aiKf) notu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 February 1928

n Buy what you need in busy, buttling Borger. Patronizing j Home Enterprise is the Best j way in which to Build your I Town. VOL. 2--NO. 75. ASSOCIATED PRESS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BOBGKR, TKYAS I.ORC.ER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1928. Phone 13 ux DViimnn n*- I PRICE FIVE CENTS W] X-J >&c '<J 'yj J*# ^ a.frM— 1 iew>in , The Flower of Fashion Will be Displayed at >a Parade des Modes Apparel of the smartest for madam and mademoiselle will receive its spring introduction at the ilex Theatre Wednesday and Thursday Living models will exhibit the smartest in frocks, suits, coats, millinery, footwear, lingerie and accessories at this Fashion Fete. Competent stylists will also speak. Music and entertainment have also been provided for. Plan to attend either Wednesday or Thursday with- out fail. Wednesday and Thursday i */ L w Wi ? tsJ j?1 I ? 1 i oday K / / m> 1 a-M( j I III 1 i] f # * 1 The 11 its of 1928 On 1 he Screen The Wairon Show « a i c. t r%

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 February 1928

" v'fm THE BORGER DAILY HERALD Sunday. February 19, 15*. "."I ■ I s tiy Mayorfc Tiowts Dixon \ 3! <& % happy ; Sometimes one finds , a sociation ol ideas, ilujl bring pic-> 'tures of delight to one's mind. Li- lacs. spring with all its fairness, Normandy, white elonds shimmer- ing ocver a clear lilue sky, and apple Uree:: in bloom. Against all this set u ciuaint old home of whitewashed brick and stone, built about a fat 'round tower, with a peaked cap on it like the little caps they used for snuffing candles. Doeq this not ap- peal to your imagination? Could this not very weir be the "home of your dreams" that the enthusiastic real estate < salesman is so fond of talking about'! Perhaps among the homes of tile French chateau type you will find your desire. So often they succeed in combining l'eeling with grace, hospitality. Doubtless it is On the high buffet with its doors carved in linen fold paneling you would want to place your collelction of pewter plates. Copper, t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 February 1928

■mm* &wm. •'If.;- SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1928. It HE BORGER DAILY HERALD . ? PAGE Qbe Mode DoesJVfucb iuitb iti Accessories ! FRECKLES AND Hlj5 FRIENDS EXCITEMENT! By Blosser Historians in Future There arc ho many Interesting ac-O cessories In the stores and shops for j u < lb*, spring season that n is dim I Cornerstone to Help (•ult to know Just where to begin. Otil every side there are new things. things exotie unci things typically, . . , ■ . , .1 i, • , . ' ; I A IlIS (/Pi Archcologlsts of the modern lor us modems lo wear with . , ,, . , ,, . , ,. Inline, probing into the remains of chip spring costumes. , . .. ,, , what was once the city of 1'aris. r or 110 reason at all, except that -4 I JtXST CECENEO V.UDRC? k., 7u AT w BOAT IS IM «PoRT=f1 WAYAMUV- L -g\ DO IF FPC m.ES I/7WNU UEAAS A AS ALt> WS 7AIMC \Smy--M07}XBQ. IS IN ^WVWELL^V 71 ME IS ' J VOOMEAM7AAT WOO ' 6ET7IMS SHORT3 IS START FOR AFRICA FBECULES A &OON© AAiVVWUEBE? IF READY PDP OOC -*-r\ 1 n% \ f me /siEx...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 February 1928

Stars to Be Replaced With Abundance of Raw ' Material TRIPLE TWIN-SIX TU1JSA, Okla., Feb. 18, (fi>y 'Although many of last year's vet- erans have gone to other diamonds Hfcd only a large flock of recruits mrw are ready to take their places, local 'tans have not begun to "worry yet about the chances of the Tulsa Oilers to again capture the ■pennant in the Western League this year. The OHers "are owned by the St. Louis Browns and before the sea- Bon opens in April, a consignment •of fTecruits not yet ready for the big show will be dumped back into •Welffclty tfark to fill the gasp. Of tfee 19 2 7 pennant winning team only the following are still on the Tulsa rosier: Karl Black, Rollie Naylor and John Smithson. pitchers; Bill Porter and Henrv Wingfield, catchers; Edward Cri- mes, third baseman, and Red Ben- nett, Floyd Patterson and Joe Mun- aon, outfitefd^rs. The departed players include Pete Casey, outfielder, who was sold to Chattanooga; Pitchers Bo- leh, BlaelioUter and Beck, an...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 February 1928

'• V-.' OTKtrAf, FKBftt'AftY 19, 1928. *■ .• 'm- ■ TUB BOtftiKft DAlbY HfcKAU) Clarified Ads laeelr-vci-umi*- V*® Borger Daily Herald Want AcU For Reaulta BATE: Two cents per ^orti per lllfrertion, three iiiHertlout 'or five Cfnts per word All want aJs are caiih In ajv'ance. political announcements We are authorized to announce tie following caudiates, subject to tie action of the Democratic Pri- mary, July 28, 1H28. far Connt.v Judge— w. it. goodwix For County and District Clerk— OXA BRYAN For Sheriff and Tax Collector— job owxbey i. W. > <KWMC CJLAlDE SM1TIM«*8 ffol'Cotanty Tax Assessor S B. LASATEH Tor County Superintendent— Mjis ON A MAN ARAN fc'or (bounty Trenseurer—. J. M. HElKJF.COK«, Jr. For County Attonwy-*- c. d. \yoftKS For D^triif Attorney Jja. HtfcLW.S c. s. woht.ma v For County' commissioner— \*|14i OfHtfCK - -lO *0* AL> —— fO R SA |'A$ <—T ho r ou jrhb r e d Whit*'. wud ed: No. police. . t>uppif&'| SllVf r d-rt-v. Papers furnish- i F. .1.. Provo**.....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 19 February 1928

... /■ V THE —— , yA ■'■X* ' :. '■' '. <■■' ? V BORGER DAILY HERALD ;?!.!TT-T SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1928. PPJNG JAJ'UION. r\ j Spring arrives—tho stage is setlkasha and kaslia types materlulsO nnd as the last season's models | appears again to be the fabric i step ltngerlnglv off t*.ie stage of|oped of dull finished silks. Other fashion—those of spring, 1928, ap-jrealm, while Silk coats arc devel- ' pear, more alluringly gas than over.'materials, popular are cheviots, more youthful and more chic. 'twill, novelty reps, covert, kashaj This is not to be womiered at.jand broadcloth. for the recent Paris showings j For frlmming launched any number of fascinating coats is more us new stylea with the American wo-ldame's choice for men particularly ;n mind. both are equally For regardless of what anyone (haps the coat spring Ma- our new a matter of the reason that smart but per- very newest is the fur- which strangely enough of this country have considerable land smartly too, is entirely ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 February 1928

• , .. :■ ♦ '/ V ''l&i-J : pwii^/' ■,4j. & f-fsr i ■■ ■« Buy what you need in busy, buttling Borger. Patronising | Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your | Town. I I MM m !w %'v !« OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF HONOUR, TEXAS Phone 13 VOL. 2—No. 76. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, MONDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS PAMPA YOUTH HELD IN BANK ROBBERY CASE * * * & >(. ffi y ¥ ¥ „Y. .'p >f. :{■ .7. ■'{• •¥■ "Y- •Y- •".*¥* # * * * * * * Y- ■¥• ¥ •¥• * * * * * * * * * SECOND BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION TO ADVERTISE CITY TO BROADCAST DEVELOPMENT OF TWO YEARS Merits of "Wonder City" to Be Recorded In Herald's Edition PARADE PLANNED Pageant Depicting Accom- plishments To Be Part Of Program An intensive advertising campaign if 10 be a part of the program' planned by the Chamber of Com- merce, in bringing visitors to Bor- der for its second birthday anniver- sary celebration to be held March 7th and 8th. The Horger Daily Herald will publish a 50 page edition te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 February 1928

' yl■ullll«lll^^ll^^l '^w^'^*ll^^^'■^ !gg^^g THE BORGER DAILY IIERALD m >**.? F Daily Herald . i vrtlag Ek .Sr""' Enters . •* ieeond-clMi matter Novem- j bit 2U. !* -«, 111 the pont office nt Burger. Tmn, m tor the *vt of JiUwK tV 1&& * ■ The A$#oci«te4 Press is exclusively en- titled to the !iiae for republication of a 11 n«\v* dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper and &Uo the local new published herein. k) l'. HMCRl 1'TiON It ATM I1Y MAIL IS ADVANCE 18 3 1 YF.ar Ml). MO. MO. Evenlnf mi<1 Sun. .. 7/,.tj tu.00 IJS.00 7<>c , Evening Only -- *> ^0 2.8.> 150 jOc tiunclu/ Only - 'J.40 JJJ5 .<0 3tip^ BY OAKKIKK IN CiTV LEWIS SLIGHT FAHOSITt FOR- BOUT tOWtiHT Ju*t Amateur Stuff It* <LAI5KNt?«C OOtfBY KIUKK tools the wasting, i No di'iveehaft _ I power. Early Seat Sale Surpasses Ex- No wheel of commerce turns, Per Week ' 20c Per Mouth 70c By Year $6.00 I peculations; St. Louis Aliye. With Fans. n.v <-\u i mi>KY (Special ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 February 1928

'jp ■ v; ■ ;■ MONDAY," FEBRUARY 20, lf>28 THE BORGiOR DAll.Y HERALD London Population Taken by W. Harrises DAILY HERALD _ Char let © Scj-ibiMw'#, 5on o o o l'.)27 Chrysler "70" 2-door Brougham Sedan, new six-ply caninvs- two spares, bumpers front and real-, upholstery and finish like new, motor in A-l condition yS.S.VAN DINE AUTHOR THE BENSON MURDER CASE U ft Border Want Ads '(WC Daily Herald For Results tyATB: TWo cents per ^rord per iMterUon, three insertion* 'or Ave ctnt« per word. All waut ad* are cash in advance. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following candiates, subject to the action of the Democratic Pi'!- umy, July 28, 1928. Fop County Judge— W. K. UOODWIN For County and District Clerk— OX A UKYAN For Sheriff and Tax Collector— JOE OWN HI A 4. \V. (Johnny) JONKK CliAl DK S.MITHKKS For County Tax Assessor 8. IS. LASATKK For < onuty Superintendent— >11S ON A MA N AHA X For County Treaseurei— J. M. HKDGKt'OKK, Jr. For County Attorney— (VI). ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 February 1928

i t IS , " WW?? Si#: > "t : ? •, ' • i.- THE BORGER DAILY HERALD Mf«. Ray Haggard Phone 13 HiWi'lla Mutthew*' Kiilcijuin* ai Hii(lgc ilisa Hazella Matthews and Iris Crawford entertained with a bridge Pta rty last w'pdk at the home of Miss Crawfard. The rooms were de- ci>rated to parry out the Valentine' motif. Three tyblqs of bridge were play- j ed, Theiuia ^ Arnold won high for girls and Effdie Lewis for boys. Re- freshments including ice cream, molded In the shape of hearts was jerved to the following guests: Clara WintSland. Kathryn Grey. Theiraa and Pauline Arnold, llazella Matthews, Iris Crawford, Kddie Le- wis, Glenn Hatfield. Walter Berry, Paryl Davis, Ernest Foost> anci Vell~ mire Johnson. bar a Lot flub Kuimuiufil Thursday Th« l-afi a Lot Club met Thurs- day with Mrs. (\ L. Sinoot. The /ooxns were beautifully decorated in rwd. white and blue colors, carrying out the George Washington motif. Flags we erused as plale favors for each guest. Bridge was played. Mrs. Fra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 February 1928

f OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BOItGKH, TKXAS PRICE FIVE CENTS Buy what you nee«l in busy, bustling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your j Town. VOL. 2—NO. 77. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TKXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1928. PAVING HELD UP BY HIGHWAY CC1MISSI0N '{■ -Y* -Y- * * * y, # * * ^ * * * * # * ^ ¥ •?• ¥ -Y- ^ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ * * flf; ¥ * * * * * FASHION SHOW OPENS TOMORROW NIGHT ">T 8 O'CLOCK V3 Q- MISS ARNOLD FORGES AHEAD IN RACE TODAY "Dark Horse" Drops Back; Chandler Third Near Close of Contest WORK OVERTIME Models Stay Late In Prepara- tion For Bi^ Show Tomorrow Midnight has meant little to Miss Evelyn Conard this week as she has drilled models untireingly through rehearsals. Tomorrow morning at I in o'clock the final dress rehearsal I is; to he held and the participants | in Burger's third semi-annual style j kIiow sent, to their homes lor a filial beauty sleep before the curtain rises at the ilex theatre at S o'clock to- morrow night. Beau...

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