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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 30 August 1946

Psfce Two UbmoVuDi GWEN iBRISTOW TIIE STORT TlfUS FAItt Ipralt tier loar motion picture producer met and married Elizabeth whose flrit bartend Arthur Kltlredie was reported killed lo World War X bat who later appeared In Hollywood and secured a Job with pratt Under the name of Kessler and with bit dliflcarements be wai not rec raised and became fc rood friend to all f the Ilerlongi Arthur promised to talk with Dick and explain to blm what tbe war really meant to him personally On Chrtitmit Margaret wai to five a party eo Dick Cherry and Eliiabrtb went to help decorate tbe tree Margaret almoit fell and became scared ihe explained ihe wat cut when the fell and a man kicked her the man who killed her mother CHAPTER XWH Dick swallowed nnd wet hh llpa He had heard stories like this be lore but hitherto they hod been romcthing that happened to people who had the faroff quality of anonymity Hearing it reported as- a matter of course by a little girl In his own home town was some- thing els...

Publication Title: Hemphill County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 30 August 1946

FRIDAY AUG 30 1046 Ostar Puikey to Trygvo Lie JK Trygve Lie secretary general of the United Nations says CJV has not succeeded in capturing the imagination and harnessing the enthutiasm of the people of the tcorld News item Dear Try eve Me being a OI in the recent globul shindig and having high hopes about the U N making breach of the peace unpopular I am Interested In your coming right out and admitting that it aint so hot so far The U N has not only not captured no imaginations it has not even made contact with them And as a hamesser of enthusi asms it looks like most of the time it could not tell a horse collar from a fly net And what Is the trouble I will tell you Mr Lie There is no color no zipcroono showman- ship and no wallop In the routine This U N has got the biggest chance In the world it has got the center of the stage and extra spot- lights and It Is duller than another musical comedy interpretive bal- let First of all why docs It make so much fuss about a permanent home...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 30 August 1946

Pace Pout Tbo HEMPHILL COUNTY HEWS Canadian Texas Othello Miller EditorPublisher end Circulation Manager Mrs Othollo Miller Reporter and Advertising Manager Entered as secondclass matter At the post ofllce In Canadian Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 Published every Friday Subscription Rate In Canadians trade territory 150 a year out- side Canadians trade territory 5200 a year AH subscriptions payable in advance Advertising Rate Local 40c per column inch foreign 45c per column inch Member American Press Assn t > 7 < The treasury department of the United States collected a little more than 1000000 last year as a result of Information passed on by Individuals who reported somebody else for not paying proper Income taxes to the government You see Informers are paid In return for the information that they gave these good citizens received about 55000 During the last ten years the govern- ment has distributed more than 600000 to tipsters for Informa- tion leading to tax collecti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 30 August 1946

ITUDAY AUG 30 194G HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS LA VEITAS FLOWERSj PI CANADIAN LUMBER CO i 3r vya v BUD KING SERVICE STATION CANADIAN GRAIN COOP MATTHEWS YARNELL CONSUMERS FUEL ASSN It is certainly fitting and proper that this great nation sets aside one day each year and calls it Labor Day While the original intent of the day was to pay tribute to Labor it is hard to draw the line as to what constitutes Labor Every- one who works whether it be with brawn or brain plays his part in making this community great The worker on rail- roads in factories mines and forests the farmer in fields and barns the clerks and socalled white collar workers in stores and offices play an important part in the well being of the communities they serve Page Five The spirit that guided our pione er forefathers will always serve as an inspiration and guide in solving the prob- lems of the future We now face an era of peace with postwar readjustments Lets all take them in stride just as our forefathe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 30 August 1946

tv I > I LEGAL NOTICES First printed In The Hemphill Opunty NCW8 Aug D 1946 4tc H J R Ho 62 HOUSE JOINT nESOLUTIOH proposing an Amendment to Ar- ticle HI of the Constitution of the State of Texas by thcadditlon of a new Section to be known as Section 490 creating a Veter- ans Land Board and establish- ing a Veterans Land Fund pro- viding for an election and the Is- suance of a proclamation there ° BE IT RESOLVED BY THE XEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS Section 1 That Article HI of the Constitution of the State of Texas be amended by adding thereto a new Section to bo known as Section 49b which ehalt read as follows Section 49b There Is hereby created a Board to be known as the Veterans Land Board which shall bo composed of the Gov- ernor the Attorney General and the Commissioner of the Gener- al Land OfHce The Legislature shall provide by law for the Is- suance by said Board of not to exceed Twentylive Million Dol- lars 25000000 In bonds or obligations of the State of Texas for t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 30 August 1946

TRIPAY AUG 30 ipia Mr ana Mrs Jim Trayler plan on taking their nephews home to Kansas City tomorrow They will also vlsft Mr Traylers par Phone 250 f GOTTA MOT I Tip FOR you ents w > o live near there Jean Hlfisby of Pcrryton Is visiting relatives here this week 6000Bu Tanks We have an unlimited amount of 6000bushel tanks ideal for storing grain We will erect these tanks on your property Canadian r LET THE 5 LAUWDCy P iw > H VC ayyft > i + Box 303 eisi oPiiAciic E A MONTGOMERY DC CHIHOPHACTOR Office in the Hoover Building PHONE 383 Canadian Texas Wli Fixtures Repairs FLUORESCENT LIGHTS SEE ME BEFORE YOU BUYI JE PAVLOV8Y Phone 296 l Properly Laundered Shirts have a Fresh Snappy Look that is Hard to Beat Let Us Handle All Your Laundry Needs Canadian Laundry Dry Cleaners PHONE 203 X2ry Weather SPECIALS Engines Pump Jacks Posthole Diggers Farney Electric Welders W Newell Phone 1 HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS WCTLJ NEWS By Mary B Isaacs The many friends of Mis Jloefle will ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 30 August 1946

Iff Page Eight Mrs Totrt Carvers brothers Clyde Grleaby of Chicago western manager of the rall poatl division ot the Socony Vacuum pll company and Leon- ard Grlgsby of Victoria Tex superintendent of the Magnolia plant there visited here a lew days In her home last week leaving Sunday Leonards wlfo and two ot their three children accompanied him Mr and Mrs Clarence Wine and children Darllcne and Jam- ie of Amarlllo arc spending the Colorado On Truck Here Friday or Saturday DEPENDABLE ELECTRICAL REPAIRS REFRIGERATION WORK BY EXPERT ELECTRICIANS who are always ON THE JOB Mrs Grace Splller returned from Hawkins Tex last Friday night where she has been visit- ing Her son Jamie returned with her staying until Sunday Hawkins Is between Dallas and Longvlcw and Mrs Splller says the Immediate vicinity Is as pretty and well kept up as Cal- ifornia with lovely trees anJ shrubbery along the streets and highways Mrs J T Francis and sons of Eureka Kans spent the week end here with the Clyde Plnson...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 30 August 1946

FRIDAY AUG 30 1946 Tit zoaxrm AHFA GEORGES BENSON PittldtHt Xatdltf Ccttegt Seareg Jrtaasat On Record Freedom Is more honest than government and to muchjnore pro- ductive This proverb might be added appropriately and soon to the evergrowing lexicon of Immortal words It came from the lips of Ralph W Gwinn of Bronxvllle N V toward the end of a speech he made In Congress last April 10 The address was a review of 40 centuries of price fixing by govern- ments Down through the ages Rep Gwinn traced the dismal trail of political price pegging from King Hammurabi of Babylon who died 2242 years before Christ to our own Chester Bowles Each succes- sive effort went to pot The oldest pile of wreckage marking a turn where some self confident ruler locked his economic steering wheel was In ancient Babylon And Many Others Babylon was not the last nor the worst Another notable catastrophe took place about 600 years later as- a result of the wage and price freez ing provisions of the Hitttte Code Po...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 30 August 1946

1 < AVKfjs Pr Eight fluffy Add butter and deviled ham Beat well Pile Sightly in potato shells place on a Eggs Add a Thrifty Note lo Mentis See Recipes Below t Economy Pointers When you feci that > ou want to be economical in the midst of ris- ing lit ins costs good Idea to follow is to sone i inexpensive main dish every other da > In J this o > you L > iS tt0nt eel that gfts OTias j > ou are working any hardship on the famil > and at the same time there will be plenty of good eating in the economy dishes Eggs are plentiful and economi- cal so are fresh fruits and egcta lies Fish is also a mighty good food that lends nice variety to the menu Vegetables can be combined with other vegetables or with fish and tggs to add color as well as flavor to the food Consider for ex- ample these egg cutlets that are served with peas llfiS Cutlets ltli Creamed Peas Series 6 2 tablespoons fat 4 tablespoons flour i cup milk H teaspoon salt la teaspoon pepper diced hardcooked cgj ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 30 August 1946

FjtiDAY AUG 30 J946 CIIAPTEU II FllckaA colts born youve gotta help me get it hil Jts down in the table pasture Down at the foot of that frod pill he one you and I ildo up and downt Ken paused for breath and How- ard stared at him Howard always took his time He glanced down acaln at the page fppned on the table before htm and finished reading Ill alter your life nuccess depends on your bodily de development Gee Howard Come along Howard closed the pamphlet and got up from his chair Wont It follow Fllcka up the path It cant Its too steep It tried but It cant make it Jtmlny Chrlstmasl said How aid whatH we do It might die tt it stays out in this storm all njghtWell Well carry it cried Ken inv patiently Come on Thats what I came to get you for We gotta Ken rushed for the door but How- ard yelled Say Walt Youre toaklns wet You change your clothes first Aw theres not time cried Ken at the door Come on what if I am wet 1 Iowa id went calmW back to the table Nothing doing If you dont change...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 30 August 1946

Page Twelve Mrs Thomas lUlcy Is spending B feV days at Cheyenne with the M II Shaw family Comfortably Cool FRI SAT Double Feature CHAHLES STAMIETT SMILEY BUHNETTE Roaring Rangers and JUNE FREISSER ABE LYMAN ORCHESTRA Junior Prom SUN MON OLIVIA DeHAVILLAND RAY MILLAND SONNY TUFTS The Well Groomed Bride TUE ONLY KEN CURTIS THE HOOSIER HOTS HOTS Cowboy Blues WED THU GEORGE HAFT VICTOR McLAGLEN Whistle Stop Mrs T I Fuller of Miami Mrs J V Williams and Patricia Ann of Amarlllo and Mr and Mrs F E Hobbs of El Paso vis- ited Saturday afternoon In the home of Mr and Mrs J F Ilollls Mr and Mrs T B Fox and family left Saturday to spend their vacation In New Mexico Miss Frelda Zybach will at- tend Phillips university at Enid this term Frank Cole was in Amarlllo on business Wednesday HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS Mr and Mrs D A Cronlstcr and family of Perryton spent Wednesday here with Mrs Cron lstcrs brother Joe W Parrack Mrs Lew Ramsey went to Allison Wednesday to spend the rest of the w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 6 September 1946

residents Mr Oliver was born in Athens Ga April 291873 He Is survived by his wife and seven children seventeen grandchildren and one greatgrandchild He was a member of the Methodist church A son B H Oliver resides here Pallbearers were Bob Camp bell G A Bixler Jim Kersey Ewell Webster Bill Riddle and M M Craig Jr Burial was In the Miami cemetery New Breakfast Club Started Here The first meeting of what is called the Breakfast club for want of a name was enjoyed by twentythree business men and Tanchers Monday morning In the new dining room at the Killar ney cafe It is believed that this club is jrnique in that it Is absolutely unorganized There are no off cers no rules no dues and no attendance records You simply attend if you can and want to There are no programs and no speeches are heard unless there be some important announce- ment of general Interest Every man orders his own breakfast and waitresses are in structed to make an individual check for each man The club met at the sugg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 6 September 1946

i 4 ft y Fact Tiro cToTTWMca L GWEN RISTOW THE STOUT THUS FARt Bpralt Her Ion motion picture producer met and married Elizabeth whose Brit hoiband Arthur Klttxedte wti reported killed la World War I bat who UUr appeared In Bollywood and nearcd a Job with Spratt Vadtr tbt nam of Keuler and with bJi disfigure menU he was cot recotnlied and became a good friend of the Her Ionji mile Elizabeth Cherry and Dick were helping Margaret Keiileri ward decorate her Chrlstmai tree ihe told them about the man who killed her moth- er Keuler later told them the truth of Kail Germany how Marcareti parent were driven to suicide and how thou- sands of children were killed before they could contribute to mankind CHAPTER XIX He Jerked himself back angrily He had given her the chance to be happy and she had used It if happi ncn brought Its own penalties that was not his fault or hers She had a great deal to lose Nobody knew what the war might do to this coun- try before it was over and the whole fabric o...

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

FRIDAY SEPT 6 1910 III Editors Note While Wlnchell U on Yacatlon Jack K > It U act- ing as guest columnist Recriminations Reflections Ruthless rapacloai Jamef Caesar Fetrillo iccmi hellbent to wreck the nightclubs ol New York which cannot meet hli latest de- mands and live Fetrlllo hasnt been getting his name In the pa- pers lately and has apparently de- cided to see to that I have long observed this egomaniac His union though In the AFL is auton- omous and he Is Its absolute duce He denes economic laws as he defies the nations laws which he now Is doing flagrantly and blat- antly and he loves it he loves that sensation ol dictatorial arro- gance Hah Im bigger than all America Nothing can touch Pet rillo The world cant live without music and I own the music 1 hare millions of dollars and dont account to anybody My voiceless fiddlers and drummers and horn blowers worship me Congress passes a special law just against me and that law X break So this is a republic No king What a laug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 6 September 1946

Four She HEMPHILL COUNTT HEWS Canadian Texas Othello Miller EdltorPubllsher and Circulation Manager Mrs Otholio Miller Reporter and Advertising Manage Entered as secondclass matter at the post office In Canadian Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 Published every Friday Subscription Rater In Canadians trade territory 150 a year out side Canadians trade territory 200 a year All subscriptions payable In advance Advertising Bate Local 40c per column Inch foreign 45c per column inch Member American Press Assn H A card from J M Glbbins of Lawton Okla received this week Mr Glbbins failed to re eclve his copy of The News last week and was reading the con tinued stories He says they have been getting lots of rain there and that his son Monroe fell and broke his arm recently Sorry Mr Glbbins Another copy has been mailed A card from Mrs Agnes Born of Pampa received this week stating that her copy of The News has been badly torn sev cral times and that she seldom receives it on Friday Sorry Mr...

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

FFIUDAY SEPT e 1946 Mrs Grace Splller Is visiting in Mr and Mrs Walter Owens Amarlllo this week She plans on left Tuesday morning for South returning tomorrow and will Bend Tex With a view tb lo open Jtcr studlo Mondayi eating there le B ir 60Mu Tanks We have an unlimited amount of 6000bushel fanka ideal for storing grain We will erect these tanks on your property C D Massey Phone 250 Canadian Box 303 H A MONTGOMERY DC CHIROPRACTOR Office in the Hoover Building PHONE 383 fiSSt Fixtures Canadian Texas Repairs FLUORESCENT LIGHTS SEE ME BEFORE YOU BUYI JOE PAVLOVSKIY Phone 296 OTrA MOT Tip FOR you JO k DO YOU RIGHT Z Properly Laundered Shirts have a Fresh Snappy Look that is Hard to Beat i Let Us Handle All Your Laundry Needs Canadian Laundry Dry Cleaners PHONE 203 SPECIALS Engines Pump Jacks Posthole Diggers Farney Electric Welders W S Newell Phone 29S nEMPimx cotnmr news Canadian texas Holiday guests lit the home of Mr and Mrs W W SIpcs were Mr and Mrs K C Ule and chil- dren of Dumas...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 6 September 1946

Mr anif Mrs W B Ctandall and children of Gem trans- acted business In Canadian trocsday Mrs M H Smith Irf has re celved a cable from her husband stating that she may expect him Tuxae around the 15th The First Baptist church here Jias its new carpeting down GEM NEWS By Ardelle Henderson Shirley Kcahey spent Fxlday night with Betty Hale Mr and Mrs W C Welch Dannie and W C Jr Mr and Mrs Alfred Kowley and Kenneth Mr and Mrs Randolph Sumner and boys and Mr and Mrs Ver- non Rowley visited with Mr and Mrs Sanford Cole Sunday Mr and Mrs Lloyd Cole and OSGOOD MONUMENT CO Certified Rock of Ages Dealer COMPLETE STOCK OF MONUMENTS MABKERS Dependable Service Since 190G 800 Tayier st Amarillo Texas Phonc 20GH Write or phonc collect and a representative will call HEMP1 hill cotnnre hews Canadian texas Ronny Wayne visited In the Ralph Freeman home Sunday Mr and Mrs I B Henderson Ardelle ZeWa Mae Walker and Bob Thomas were guests In the Walter Forrest home Sunday Sylvester Reed returned home Sunday ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 6 September 1946

FRIDAY SEPt G 1046 Tom Kelley of Wheeler has sold his lots here on the South Side addition to G It Mayflcld Mrs S L Bentlcy Is visiting In Wheeler 323 MAIN STREET 91 7 Colorful flowers bloom In gay profusion down the sides of these beautiful tumblers QVtot size cattle car lol X t lid caboose T V Mr and Mrs C E Clanahan of Olney Tex spent the week- end here with Mr and Mrs C D Massey and family Phone your want ads to 7D Upholstering Your Choice of 11 Beautiful Fabrics SAVE 40 to 507 of tho Prlco on New Furniture HOME OF THE SWAYLADKSTOOL Wood Upholstering Co FREE ESTIMATES Reg75c DECORATED TUMBLERS HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS Weekly Crop Report By Walter Grlat County Agent SOIL MOISTURE Surface and subsoil moisture fair to good In most parts of county 32inch rainfall for week ending Sept i5 SMALL GRAINS Small grain lands being prepared for fall sovvine CORN GRAIN SORGHUM HAY FEED CROPS Corn gralnsorghum revived by rains looking better COTTON Cotton in better condition No Inse...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 6 September 1946

IJfi K x i S < P g Eighty CLASSIC STRUCTURE Originally occupied In 1836 w Arkansas old state boose now f converted Into war memorial building s one of the classlo fc K c 1onlal buildings of the nation r > < By EDWARD EMEIUNE WNU Features States like men should not be judged by hearsay If you have been reading stale joke books or listening to radio comics you may have some preconceived end erroneous tdeai about one of the greatest of the 48 states It Is time for you to reap- praise Arkansas A few weeks ago I made an auto- mobile trip through Arkansas fol- lowing the general course of U S Highway No 67 from Poplar Bluffs Mo to Texarkana We visited Corn- ing Walnut Ridge Newport Searcy Little Rock Arkadelphla and other towns We saw fields of rice corn cot- ton and other staples on land that was black and rich We heard the sharp ring of saws biting Into both soft and hard woods We heard factory whistles too and saw hundreds of men carrying dinner pails Horses mules and tractors...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 6 September 1946

FRIDAY SEPT C 1940 CUAJTEn lit But the foal That allconquering prepotency Rob McLabghlln had spoken of I After all the trouble Rob had taken to rid his stock of the hated blood of the Albino here M was Cropping out again This foal Was unlike its dam unlike Us sire unlike any horse on the Goose Bar ranch It resembled only one the Albino It was almost like having the Albino right there In the stall Was the power and ferocity of the great outlaw enclosed within that mottled baby hide of pink and white This thought made shivers go through Ken Fllcka had finished her mash Ken lifted the bucket down and went to the door of the barn He swung the top half open and looked out It had stopped snowing The wind had re- versed Itself and had blown the itorm back Into the east whence It had come There was a riot of scud- ding clouds in the sky with big stars close and bright going In and out between them It was much warmer Ken folded his arms on the bottom half of the Dutch door and leaned there t...

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