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

Page Ten J Miss Pearl Weatherby from Oregon nd Miss Kuth Wood watt of Plalnvlew Returned bomo from the Weatherby fam hy leunlori at Bohan Tex Jast week with Mr and MrS H II Idatlts Miss Weatherby Is a sister oC Airs Maries and Miss AVoodwitrd Is her niece Mr and Mrs W A Busscll and chlldfon of the M K commun- ity shopped In Canadian Wed- nesday THI Comfortably Cool Effective Morday Sept 16 BOX OFFICE OPENS 645 P M SHOW STARTS AT 700 PM FRI SAT Double Feature JOHNNY MACK BROWN The Haunted Mine and ANITA LOUISE MICHAEL DUANE Personality Kid SUN MON CLARK GABLE GREER CARSON H Adventure TUE ONLY DOROTHY LAMOUR JON HALL The Hurricane WED THU ROY ROGERS The True Story ol Trigger My Pal Trigger LOOKING n GEORGES BENSON l f llitnl Uttint Cltttl S Sigrtf Jttamtl A Nations Good Gentlemen of the Continental Congress who years ago made some Important decisions lor us today deserve a vote of confidence Will we keep the form of govern- ment they outlined and set up for us or do we change to somet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 13 September 1946

J VOLUME IX Mrs Eubank Dies Saturday Morning t Mrs Jane Eubank a resident of the Panhandle since 1881 closed her eyes and Jepartcd this life at her home in Glacier Saturday morning at the age of DO years 3 weeks and 5 days Mrs Eubank was born August 11 1850 at Parrotsvllle Tcnn Her maiden name was Lydla Jane Burnett the third daughter of Mr and Mrs James B S Bur nett At the age of eighteen she went with her parents to Ham burg Iowa There in the year 18G9 she was united in marriage to George Farmer To this union two daughters were born Eva lene and Margaret May From Iowa the family moveJ to the southern part of Texas where Mr Farmer passed away She was united In marriage to Henry T Eubank In 187G and to this union seven children were born In 1881 the family moved to the Panhandle settling on Wolf creek In Ochiltree county where they resided until moving to Glazier Here Mr Eubank died in 1917 and a son in 1918 A daughter Kitty passed away In Infancy For the past forty years the family...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 13 September 1946

I P go Two CHAFTLll Dick ninounced to hs parents that he was not going to finish this year at UCLA and not ong to wait at home until he was eighteen He was going to join the Marines right now if theyd have him Spratfc told him to go ahead This Is one place where youve got to make up your own mind he said Im not going to boss you To her own surprise Elizabeth was able to answer him steadily If It Lad to happen It had to happen SSc said Go ahead Dick Its all light with me Thanks Dick said shortly But be stood there evidently wanting to say more Alter a moment he pulled up a chair with his foot and sat straddling It I was talking to Kessler the other day he began lie told me a lot about the war and all that He said he thought I ought to tell you He hesitated Tell us what Dick Spratt prompted him Well about making you under- stand that I didnt want to Join the Marines just because I was excited or anything like that About why this war Is something weve got to do You know Its got to be d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 13 September 1946

1 1TJDAY SEPT13 1046 J SltoECSCREEKSiC Relaased by Western Newspaper Union By VIRGINIA VALE when Dinah Shore BACK was getting started In radio she was on Station WNEW in New York and the men who worked with her then still pay tribute to her She was such a perfectly well kid they say that we all wanted to do everything we could to help her along That was when the first came up from Nashville Term after graduating from Van derbllt and doing some radio DINAH SHORE work Dinahs still a swell kid she doesnt brush off autograph seekers no matter how badly shei rushed for time or how tired she is Shes been doing a stint at New Yorks Paramount theater and her new radio program with Peter Llnd Hayes starts September 18 over CBS from Hollywood Motion picture actors usually call their own homes when the script requires that they dial a number some dial a favorite restaurant or club Bing Crosby dials a golf club where he and Bob Hope frequently play But Radio Theater Froduacr Keighlcy has a long...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 13 September 1946

3agc Foui V d She HEMPHILL CODNTY NEWS Canadian Texas Othello Miller EdltorPublUher and Circulation Manager Mix Othello Miller Reporter and Adrertltlng Manager Entered as secondclass matter at the post ofllec In Canadian Texas under the Act of March 3 1870 Published every Friday Subscription Itatei In Canadians trade territory 150 a year out- side Canadians trade territory 52X0 a > ear All subscriptions payable In advance Advertising Itatei Local 40c per column inch foreign 45c per column Inch Member American Press Assn The Girl Scouts sold 40000 worth of Christmas cards here In their recent contest The girls worked In pairs and Sandra Wil- kinson and Bobble Sue Lallckcr and Ann Rathjen and Shirley Tcrrcl tied for first place each pair selling 01 boxes llcrclal Adcock of the Gageby community was In town this morning Leonard Rcamcs is driving a- new Ford convertible Shirley Sprague Is spending a twoweek vacation In Kansas V Langwell made a business trip to Amnrillo Wednesday The W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 13 September 1946

Bt I mm < sf FRIDAY SEPT 1131946 V MAKE tTUDllTS mm mm BtiAD Electtfcal w Bllllo Charlene Condo Is visit- ing the Lloyd Cole family at Gem thls week < Melvln Hoyt and Betty Hayes both of Vlcl Okla were united In marriage here last Friday by the Rev Troy Plunk Dr C C Merritt Equipped To CIvo Complete Chiropractic Service WHEELER TEXAS H A MONTGOMERY DC CHIROPRACTOR Office in the Hoover Building PHONE 383 K Canadian Texas FLUORESCENT LIGHTS SEE ME BEFORE YOU BUYI Phone 296 SPECIALS Engines Pump Jacks Posthole Diggers Farney Electric Welders WD Phones295 Yes Sir We Offer You A New We Pickup Fix Flats and Deliver Pickup Your Car for a- WASH and GREASE JOB And Deliver When Ready JUST PHONE 320 fation Charlie Bettis x T v < HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS Mr and Mrs J F Reed left Monday tb spend a few days at Waynoka visiting relatives part of them visiting there from Cal- ifornia Mr and Mrs Orln Gross and Albert Bernson Jr made a bus- iness trip to Amarlllo Tuesday Frank Col...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 13 September 1946

r r i t 4 it 0 U fare Sx t Patsy ONeill left yesterday for Xtibbock where she will attend college Mrs Paul Hoeflc Is leaving for Upscomb where she will spend some time with her daughter Mrs P O Boyd Polly Shepherd will leave for Denton Sunday where she will Attend school The seismograph service crew lias moved to Pampa The AsYouLlkeIt club met In the home of Mrs John Isaacs Tuesday nilla B Rhea daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Rhea Is attending Draughans business college at Wichita Falls this year Mrs Carl Snyder and Mrs Clorls Childress of Miami shop- ped In Canadian Saturday Mrs L C McCulstlon Is visit- ing relatives at Miami Coop AUCTION TO BE HELD AT ELEVATOR mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimaammmmmmmmmmmmmsmmmmm 7 HEMPnnX COUNTY NEWS CANADIAN IEXA3 Mrs W A Merrell left Monday for California where she will vis- It her son Wilbur and wife She will also visit her daughter Mary Belle Miss Myrtle Crosier of Los Angeles Calif arrived here Sun- day morning to visit her broth- ers Howard and Bryan and the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 13 September 1946

k M FRIDAY SEPT 131946 mmmvxmm i a t r < > Vi The H HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS We Have Never Stoppe turning out GOOD Wedding Invitations anil Announcements em a Specialty V Al V IJ i iSKPrry Pago Seven at ReasonablePrices i a

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 13 September 1946

R P Eight Editors Note While Wlnchell It on vacation Jack Lalt Is act Inr at rant columnist ilitcrltaneous Midgets The Windsors will return to Amer- ica next winter The Riviera bores them Their villa Is still mined and they have to tread narrow paths mirked out for them The Rob- ert Youngs New Yorkers who en- tertained Eddie and Wally at New- port last summer arc abroad and lave visited them Young a busi- ness tycoon has ofTered the duke a post with one of his companies It Is unlikely that commerce will attract Windsor even more unlike j that his family which controls at Income would sanction It Odds Art that he will buy a house In Palm JBetth where he and his duchess have many friends Doc Hoi den who was Flfl Widencr Wich fclds second husband is believed to be Windsors undercocr fin an rial agent in New York Contacted t flewport be refused to discuss Ms associations with royalty Tl e Duke family is in the movie business And Doris Is active In person The tobacco millions are helping...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 13 September 1946

FRIDAY SEPT 13 1946 CHAPTER IV But think what you charge at a stud fee said the Colonel Two hundred and fifty buckal Thats too much for a poor soldier What I charge is one thing and what I get is another growled Charley rolling and lighting a clga retteRun Run out Ken ordered his father and tell the sergeant to drive up to the stables and put the mare In the little east corral She can wait there until I get Banner in Geel exclaimed Howard Get- ting Banner in Ken went out and saw a car and trailer two uniformed men in the front seat and a blanketed mare In the trailer He gave the message and returned to the dining room Besides Colonel Harris was saying your Appalachian is as pampered and petted and sheltered as a movie star with his special pasture and meadows and feed and stables for every sort of weather and season he dont have to think any more everybody thinks for him Pamperedl roared Charley in- dignantly Pampered so that he produces one winner after the otherl Country Squire wh...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 13 September 1946

Page Ten Mrs T C Shaw of Tulsa left Sunday after spending several days hero with Mrs Annie Klley and Mac Juanlta Ilcnslcy Is working for the Glen Hostutlcr family who live In the Blue nidge commun- ity Daphlnc Brooks of lllgglns visited here Wednesday with Margaret White THEATOE Comfortably Cool Effective Monday Sept 16 BOX OFriCE OPENS 645 P M SHOW STARTS AT 700 VVi FRI SAT Double Feature EDDIE DEAN Colorado Serenade and JOHNNY WEISSMULLER BUSTER CRABBE Swamp Fire SUN MON JOHNNY WEISSMULLER BRENDA JOYCE Tarzan and the Leopard Woman TUE ONLY PAUL KELLY KENT TAYLOR Deadline for Murder WED THU IN TECHNICOLOR WILLIAM POWELL FRED ASTAIRE JUDY GARLAND RED SKELTON Ziegfield Follies m < uili im i Moderners Club The club sponsored an Ice cream supper and wclner roast August 30 and 31 Those present Included Mr and Mrs Roy Eck lcs Mr and Mrs Creed Petrec and family Mr and Mrs Lolcle Etheredge and family Mr and Mrs Robert Forrest and family Mr and Mrs Calvert Norrls and family Mr and Mrs Cl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 20 September 1946

jci sw V Ti < i wt > Ki VOLUME IX Margaret Hutton U G Weatherby Married Sept 15 In one of the early fall wed- dings at the First Barest church in Denver Miss Margaret Ellen JIutton charming daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank P Hutton of Canadian became the bride of Ural Gordon Weatherby son of O G Weatherby of Andrews Tex and fosterson of Mr and Mrs H II Marlts of Canadian The wedding was solemnized Sunday Sept 15 at 4 oclock In the afternoon with the Rev Erd mann Smith performing the fceautlful doublering ceremony Miss Cynthia Tupper attend- ed the bride as brides maid and lob Merrltt served aa best man the bridegroom The wedding vows were ex changed before an Improvised altar of gladioli and palms flanked by candelabra bearing lighted tapers Preceding and during the cer- emony the organist played Idyll by Saulkes Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin Twi- light by Frlml and O Promise Me by De Koven The bride was was given In marriage by her father wore an iceblue wool streetlength dress wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 20 September 1946

V Page Two domovivw Uh GWEN IBRISTOW TtlZ STORY THUS FAII Bpritt Her lont motion picture producer met and nuttled Elisabeth whose first basband Arthur KlUredfe wn reported killed In World War 1 bat who later unrecot Hired went to wort for Sprat under the name of Kessler Dick 17yeirold ton of tat Herlongt enllited In the Marlnei If was convinced that be had a Job that mutt be done After they taw him off Elisabeth recognizing Kessler at Ar- thur toll him about It He denied that he wai her former hmband and told ber that unlets the forgot It be would go away He forbade her to lay anything to her hutband He ealltd ft an illuilon and tried to convince her that the wai wrong CHAPTER XXI That you will not trouble your husband with this For it would trouble him more than you can Imagine In your present state Hell be here in a few minutes Your first Impulse ulll be to blurt out words that tomorrow morning youd give hall your life to take back Will you promise She did not answer and he added ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 20 September 1946

I < < wf BOBBY SOX ii Mirtj links NANCY t i if5 5T FKIDAY SEPT 20 149G I just cant keep up the pace anymore like I used to In junior high I HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS CANADIAN TEXAS Here I am tor my music lesson professor and as usual too tired to take it By Ernie Bushmiller Crocheted Doilies Lovely and Large UCII versatile crocheted doilies youll find many uses for theml The graceful fern design lends charm and beauty to any home setting It s crochet that has many uses Large doily measures 19 Inches In No 30 cotton Pattern 7488 has directions for two doilies stitches Due to an unusually large demand and current conditions slightly more time la required in filling orders or a tew of the most popular pattern numbers Send your order to Senlng Circle Needlecraft Dent S64 W Randolph St Chicago 80 HI Enclose 20 cents lor pattern No Use lukewarm water and borax to wash out your refrigerator It will keep it sweet and clean Tasten the strings of babys bonnet to the bonnet with snap fastener...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 20 September 1946

y V Page Four Tho HEMPHILL COUNTY NEWS Canadian Texas Othello Miller EditorPublisher and Circulation Manager Mrs Othello Miller Reporter and Advertising Manager j Entered as secondclass matter at the post office in Canadian Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 Published every Friday Subscription Hate In Canadians trade territory 150 a > ear out- side Canadians trade territory 200 n year All subscriptions payable in advance Advertising Rate Local 40c per column inch foreign 45c per column Inch Member American Press Assn A farmer after imbibing a prodigious quantity of moon- shine whiskey attempted to blow out a candle whereupon his alcoholsaturated breath burst Into llame Shaken by the experience the man begged his wife to bring him the family Bible muttering I gotta swear oT riaclng his hand upon It the farmer intoned Before heaven I swear that NEVER AGAIN will I blow on a lighted candle Hubby Im selfeducated WIfey You still look stupid Hubby I am What can I learn from a dope like...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 20 September 1946

i T sm FRIDAY SEPT 201946 Mrs Charles Newton Mrs R N Matthews Mrs Eva Hist the Rev and Mrs Fern A Miller John Waters Mrs C L Beaty and Mrs John Pundt were among those from Canadian who attended the associated meeting at the Baptist church at HIgglns Tuesday Mr and Mrs Jay Harris spent Saturday and Sunday here with Mrs Harris parents Mr and Mrs Carl Studer Mr Harris Is managing editor of the Lubbock Avalanche They were Just back after spending a vacation In New York City The front of the Abraham building housing Arties beauty shop and the seismograph crew office has been repaired and re- painted this week 5flM < 1 The Junior department of the training unit of the First Bap- tist church and Its sponsors Mr and Mrs Vernon Rowley enjoy- ed a welner roast Tuesday night Mr and Mrs Frank Hutton and Mrs H H Marks returned Tuesday afternoon from Denver where they attended the Hutton Weatherby wedding Mr and Mrs T B Fox spent Sunday In Follett visiting rel- atives Mr Foxs sister Mrs Pearl ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 20 September 1946

If l 10 Vase Bx mm BUTTIRHUT DAILY BRlAtt Mr and Mrs J A Engle of Bakers City Ore are visiting here this week with Mr and Mrs G K Englc The gentlemen are halfbrothers George Llvengood Is the new caretaker at the cemetery Steve SpurIn has been caretaker since the resignation of Jesse Tlpps who served fifteen years Perry Adcock Is working In Pampa The family will make their home there as soon as they can dispose of their property at Gageby STICKLEY FUNERAL HOME Thoughtful Consideration Alivays AMBULANCE SERVICE ANY TIMEANY PLACE Phone 88 or 299 and Inflation OPA price controls may be abandoned resulting in higher living costs for every- one There is one control which you wont lose With gas you have food control Your cooking conditions wont change Uniform heat enables you to prepare the same dish at the same cost per dish every time With GAS you have exact heat con- trol the heat you want when you want it Heat control is essential to economical cooking Public Service Corporation of Tex...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 20 September 1946

if FRIDAY SEPT 201946 ATTEND PAMPALUDEOCK GAME WEDNESDAY NIGHT W P Varnell L L Willis Per- ry Hazlcwood J E Gilbert John Caylor Fr nk Cole Jack Wil- liams Tom Itiley Harry Wllbui Jr Arvll Johnson Fred Frass Steve Spurlln and Ralph North rup were among those from Canadian who saw the Fampa Lubbock ball game at Pampa Wednesday night Warren Hacker pitched a win- ning game for Pampa with a score of 2 to 1 Pampa made Ave errors Lubbock none The gLrls basketball award sweaters aFrived this week Everyone Is mighty proud of them Mrs Arthur Webb was elected president at the recent PTA executive meeting Boyd Williams conducted the services at the Washita Church of Christ Sunday He will take- over his duties as regular pastor of the church in a few weeks Mrs R E George and baby daughter were dismissed from the local hospital Saturday morning The citys new water tank Is ready for painting and the work was scheduled to start this week Salvador and Qulrlno Parra who are attending college at Lubbo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 20 September 1946

if r te ElKht iECSCREENSMDlO Itclt td by Wcitcrn Newspaper Union By VIRGINIA VALE WHITEMAN The PAUL King of Jazz saluted this column on September 16 when he played Hogy Carmichaels Star Dust one of the fa- vorite tunes of thousands of people Including V Vale Of course youre familiar with the Whltoman program Forever Tops Monday evenings on ADC lie plays the hit songs of yesterday nd recreates their periods through PAUL UlIITEMAN singing ulth Ding Crosby was se- lected from more than 50 girls to sing thc top tunes of all time The photogrnph of any person ei- ther living or dead cannot be used In a motion picture without writ- ten permission So Dots Flowers character actress rcccKcd a full days pay from Warner Bros A like troduced the score from Columbiai technicolor production The Jolt on Story narrtng Larry park on his first potttacation program Eight nee Hollywood stunt men hate been engaged for a battle royal In UKOs Katie lor Congress starring Loretta Young Joseph Cotten and Ethe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 20 September 1946

PniDAY SEPT 20 1490 ft CHAPTER V Tacfiert and her rider were lost h tho group of mares which closed Jp wfien Banner gave the com cnand He circled them rapidly bead down teeth bared mane toss- ing over his eyes Hob took a whistle out of his pock- et and blew It The stallion and all the mares halted and looked at him Hob turned and began to trot back toward the ranch He held one arm high Come on Bannerl Bringem In lie broke Into a gallop Charley Jowing close he stallion wheeled and began roundup of his mares r Rob spurred his horse to a faster pace saying Id just as soon keep ahead of them IM But It was impossible Long before they had peached the bottom of the slope the band of mares with the stallion driving them and Harris hopelessly caught In the midst of them were abreast of Rob and Charley leaping gullies plunging down hills sliding the drops crowd- ing each other A spirit of wild fun Infected the band They broke out sideways kicking and bucking The lead mare kept her place neck ...

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