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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 17 May 1935

K- igent Holds bourse For Women ■ White and cream are always In lioud taste for bedspreads", said Miss Lucile Chance, home denio- li.straticn agent as she Instructed u group ol club members In bed- spread making at the courthouse Saturday morning. Boft. colors such as peach, cor- al or flesh are mere restful than the more vivid colors, she stated. Two tones of yellow backgoun 01 twj tones ot' green on a green background are appropriate in creating the popular tuft spreads. Two tones of brown on rusk or tan also make a good combination Brown with proper designs in- dicates good taste in making day- bed covers, while simple all over geometric designs are charming. Many such patterns may be drawn directly on the sheeting. Instructing in laundering the home made bedspreads were giv- en. Hints for the kinds of mater- ial, thread, and needles were fur- nished. Proper sizes for the cov- ers were indicated and three of the spreads were on display at the school. Attending were Mesdam- es. A....

Publication Title: Hutchinson County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 24 May 1935

Pir^J!JP,W--w „vRHH ■ -* ... ■ . • • ' ■ W > -v . ,3. y~,, ,, . i- ,•'■ . ■ , . ' \ 1 :*'i t * ' w : >"1:' ' ' - . , '5 >" ' ' We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County VOL. 8—NO. 25 BORGER-STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY. MAY 24, 1935 SAMPLE COPY PUBLISHED EVERY FR1DAf SANFORD PLANT PRODUCES FIRST BLACK O O O O o o o o o OOOOOOOOO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o o o To Consider Proposal For New Power Plant UTILITY SESSION SLATED AT CITY HALL MAY 27TH KILLION SAYf AGENT HAS EQUIPMENT LINED UP JOWN SURVEYED SPEAKERS TC DISCUS.® PLANT TC CUT RAfES All Borger residents interest- ed in securing long-needed relief from excessive utility rates are asked to meet at the city hall at 8 o'clock Monday night.P "An agent, whose name we cannot mention for obvious rea- sons has been in Borger for a week, surveying the town for purposes of installing a new pow- er plant," I. Killion, owner of the Killion Gas company, and holder of an electricity franchise, told the Hutchinscn County Herald. E...

Publication Title: Hutchinson County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 24 May 1935

24, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 80, 1928 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD LLOYD S. McCANJN, Editor and Publisher Entered "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. Herald Selected To Carry Seven New Amendments tlon on the question of the adop- tion or rejection of such amend- ment; prescribing the form of ballot; providing for tttfe pi*6cla- matioii arid ImbHcaitbn of such by the Upveruor and making an appropriation thereof: H. J. tt. No. 39, House Joint Resolution, proposes an anlend- POPULAR ELECTION TO ment to Section 15 of Article 1 of F.D.R. KIN IN NIGHT CLUB ROLE BE CONDUCTED IN AUGUST The Hutchinson County It. .u'J has been selected by Gerald C. Mann, secretary of state, as the official newspaper irt this county to publish the seven proposed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 24 May 1935

:5." FRIDAY, MAY; 24, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE THREB Ihgesanils ofOPPDRTUNinES lithe lUflHT flDS YOUR GUIDE TO ECONOMY. THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD WANT ADS WILL DIRECT YOU IN BUYING, SELLING, AND EXCHANGE. THRIFTY SHOPPERS PREFER TO TRADE AT KASSEL'S 5c and 10c Store Across Street From Rex Theatre We feature the largest selection of variety mer- chandise in Borger. Lowest Prices Too! THE LONG HORN BAR COOR'S BEER ON DRAUGHT DANCING Every Night Except Sunday Tobacco Cigars Cigarettes OSCAR FARMER, Prop. BABY CHICKS From CLARENDON HATCHERY All leading breeds. Baby Chicks at 8J/2C to 10c each. Feed and garden seed of all kinds. RED DIAMOND FEED STORE 211 N. Main St. 6 PHOTOES 50c IVAN ALDERSON STUDIO 407 N. Main [ * For those who want safe dependable transportation DAY OR NIGHT CALL 80 For A B. C. TAXI Two cars to serve you better. "Folks Let's Get Taxi Minded" Cliff & Red 2 SUITS For the Price of One $29.50 up Tailor Made Suits 1 By Jim Foster HAIRCUTS 25c Jim's Barber...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 24 May 1935

v4/. wgrw^rmy ' . •'••. v * ••■ • ■ •',. ■ •; . — w.m-) ■HMM HUTjpIt?NSOy COU^y MERALtt « FHlMYv WV £4. ^1935 AMENDMENTS ipj" 14, 31, June1-?, 14. S. J. R> No. 6 A JOINT RESOLUTION posing an amendment to ufhntfon of the State of Tex- amendlng Article 16 by udd- g another section to he known "Section ill," providing for the ollshtng of ; the fee method (ti mpensating af! district officers this- Statf and County officers | v"iB counties of This State having a* population 'of -0,ooii or more, 1 *" o o o o o is hereby appropriated out of any funds in the Treasury of the State not Otherwise appropriated to pay the .the expenses of said publication and election.' Tim above is a true and correct copy. GKHALI) C. MANN, Secretary of State. „ 0 ,°, O o O 0 o o o tion to ue luld on the Fourth above proposed Amendment. Saturday in August, 1935, at! Sec. :i. The Governor which election there shall be directed to Issue the o May 24. 31, June 7, 14. S. J. U. No. UJ \ JOINT RESOLUTION tttidr'prd...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 24 May 1935

FRIDAY, MAY -24, 193B 'HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD page itv | if * . i f w *' .. . WAIS M AN' S ! ♦ LAMES' DRESSES Ladies White Values to 15c Card Shoes Choicc oi Entire Silk* and Sheers Stock $1.49 Vaiues to $3.95 QUITTING BUSINESS < Y f * « ROUND-UP flOKSAY—FINAL HAY TUESDAY ~ SATWBAY LADIES' SHOES I KAHKI PANTC Hundreds of other bar- gains too numerous lo mention. Positively yoiw chandise at these un- believably low prices. pair Values to $2.95 Values $3.95 DICKIES BEST CLOSING DOORS FOR GOOD TUESDAY, DON'T FAIL TO BE HERE gas Successful Season Anticipated For Borger Boys' Recreational Program Sponsored By Y. P. 0. noted (lowboy hand lit llardin- Siriimons University in Abilene j and made the first European tour i the band sponsored. It owe added that in his opinion,, the Y 1'. U. hud made u wise choice in selecting Walker to di- rect the boys' work. "He certain-: POOR LITTLE RICH DOG r— Prospects for nn even better season than last year were seen for the Hoys' club sponsored by ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 24 May 1935

18-YEAR RULING STIRS COMMENT IN WEST TEXAS i . i LEAGUE REGULATION LIMITS AGE OF CONTESTANTS MOVE OPPOSED NEW ATHLETIC GROUP SUGGESTED FOR PANHANDLE Controversy over the new 18- year age rule adopted by the state executive committee of the Texas Interscholastic League has be- come heated among Texas educa- tors and sports fans. The new ruling, which is sched- uled to become effective Sept. 1, lyifti, sets 18 as the uge limit for all students participating in In- terseholastic League contests— athletic, literary, artistic and commercial. Hoy Bedichek, chief of the Bu- reau of Public School Interests at the University of Texas, believes TTlat the new rule will render ob- solete several rules "which have cluttered up the rule-book for several years." "It will do more than any oth-l er half dozen rules to guarantee to bona fide high school students ; the privilege of engaging in the ! League's program of educational competitions," Bedichek stated. "It definitely places the Texas organiz...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 24 May 1935

— Plemons—Nearly Deserted Village Maintains High School Standards By MRS. DONIZA HAItT The Plemons high school has un enviable record, under the lead- ership of E. W. Harper, superln- C tendent. Affiliation in 18 units of ™ work has been maintained, de- spite the fact that less than one hundred persons—now residee in the once county-seat of Hutchin- son county. A modern brick building with a large auditorium had been erect- i STINNETT NEWS ^ ■ O. Jarvis, north plains wheat raiser, attended to business In Stinnett and Borger Tuesday. Miss Dorthu Jean Games made a business trip to Borger Tues- day. Mr. and Mrs. Ferrill Lee and children were business visitors in ed when the little town knew bet- stinnett Tuesday and drov'e on to ter days. This has been kept in! before returning to their repair, and about 90 pupils are r "111 111 the north part of the comfortably cared for during the <HUn,y- nine months term of school at the | all-but-forgotten town. Miss Vivian Ferguson and Much cre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 24 May 1935

■ FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1935 .f, . r' NTY HERALD f- /,... - -'XCUa* x^Tv; : £$SRfe.': •v : / - , *'r VJ* SAVE MONEY WITH A SEaSOi TICKET C^vi ■* ys+ida* t. . Of course you can save money by buying a season ticket. Then you may go swimming as often as you like. TICKETS NOW ON SALE $coo %J? FOR / / / M v i^sar\ « &'&} I • *?i>- ? ADULTS ^ f ***.£ !•« THIS ADVERTISEMENT PAID FOR BY THE BORGER FIRMS LISTED BELOW A B C TAXI-FIRST ALWAYS BORGER TRANSIT COMPANY CARVER FUNERAL CHAPEL DELUXE CAFE BLACK HOTEL COFFEE SHOP RIG-REX-CIRCLE THEATERS BUTLER CHEVROLET COMPANY ISOM CAFE AND BAR ARTHUR HUEY KARL KRAPF BOILER WORKS AMERICAN NATIONAL INS. CO. (A. M. MIVI'ON, Representative) PANHANDLE LUMBER COMPANY FERNDALE MOTOR COMPANY REYNOLDS MOTOR COMPANY DUGAN PHARMACY CITY TAILORS & CLEANERS MILLION GAS COMPANY HOLT'S-MILLER'S GRO. & MKT. DUGAN-FINGER MOTOR COMPANY DR. R. E. MINTER M, C. ANDERSON DhUIG CO. UTT MOTOR COMPAiNY LEWIS HARDWARE BORGER STEAM LAUNDRY, INC. CARSON GARAGE E. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 24 May 1935

t 'MJ tin The Adventures Of An Orange By DON ANDRE HENNESSEE 9" EDITOR'S NOTE: Most of us are accustomed to taking our breakfast orange juice or Nile- cd oranges for granted, but the route of an grange from tlie (jrovoMi the home is really an iiiti-WS proec).*, according to Don A. Heiinesnee of Horner, who is studying at the l uiver- sity of Kcdlands, Calif. He is (he soil of Mr. and Mrs. •). H. Hennessee. fruit is not bruised as tho lid is nailed on the box. The neuter wire is placed snugly over the box ut (he same time that the lid is nailed down. While the l'ruit is being strap- lied, the worker tallies the grade "Overwork" Often Used For Excuse, Phvsician States particular grower's fruit, also the packer who packed Hie fruit. The boxes aro taillied here, so that a ■complete detailed record is kept of all fruit as it goes through the The preparation of llie orange house. from th« receiving door to the 1110 f'u't then goes into the refi'lgeratoi car" was demonstrat- l"eeooiing roo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 24 May 1935

A B C D I B R B B A K mi READ Made with Miilk Fresh Every Day "Home Town" GOLDEN LIGHT iifi fn fW' '■ VANILLA T„rb:t «e 15c RAISINS PRUNES* b. 19c SAUCE § t| ■ kit 3 oz bottle 10s PEANUT BUTTERS'. 29s APRICOTS.. 33c Powdered or Old vlftSnll Time Brown, 3 lbs— 19c mi Famous Butter Wafers, large box 23c PULLMAN Loaf RECIPE CONTEST WINNERS THE RECIPE CONTEST FIRST l'l.ACK s FIRST PRIZE MRS. F. X. SAMXIRD, Wliittenburg, Texas STUFFED PORK CHOPS 6 Pork Chops. 1 inch thick: 2 cups bread crumbs: 1 chopped onion; 2 tablespoons Crisco; 1 tablespoon green pepper; 2 table- spoons celery and 1 teaspoon salt and pepper to tastfe. Split chops in center to the bone for a pocket for stuffing. Brown onion in Cris- co, add chopped green pepper, celery, salt, pepper and crumbs and enough water to moisten. Fill chops with stuffing, fasten with toothpicks, place in baking dish with enough water to cover bot- tom of dish. Bake in moderate oven, until tender. SECOND PI.ACF MRS. M. C. SCOTT Spearman, Texas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 31 May 1935

- ■* - ■ '■ - 4 ; iv.-, " ■ >,. • The Hutchinson County Herald We Get Results! VOL. 8—NO. Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County L'6 ELECTION TO BE HELD IN BORGER FIRST OF JULY BORGER- STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY ,",1 1935" SAMPLE COPY PUBLISHED EVlftY FRlf>AT CITIZENS TO VOTE AMENDMENTS, REPEAL ON BSrS'4nth"PaI°dJlnterest Strong In New Electric Plant Proposed For Borger % ANNOUNCE DATE MAYOR GIVES VIEWS OF PROPOSED MEASURES An ordinance calling for h iiil city electlrn 10 ho held on July 1 was finally passed Thursday, according to Mayor John R. Mil- ler. The election has boon called for the purpose of submitting an amendment creating a municipal ility Board and repeal of Soc- hi 121 of the city charter which created a Board of City Develop- ment. A copv of the proposed amend- ment and ilie repeal is being mail- ed out to all qualified voters in order that they may know what measures will be printed on the ballot nnd will have time to study them. Mayor Miller stated. Miller ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 31 May 1935

M-J, : hM-f HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 LLOYD S. McCANN, Editor and Publisher Enteired as second class matter January 7, 1927, at Ate Postoffice at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. Subscription Rates One Year $1.50 Six Months 1 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 CQunty-wide paper, dedicated to the best interests of Hutchinson County as a whole, and supported by the Merchants of Borger, Stinnett and Whitenburg. DODGING! Your editor had an appointment with a certain county official whose duty it is to handle tax valuations for Hutchinsonson county and when he called at the court house that certain official was not there. Does that mean that he is dodging the issue of tax valuations on oil property in our county? 0 Your editor is not to be discouraged so easily. Not wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 31 May 1935

FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE THREE Stinnett Teachers Announce Plans For Summer Study And Recreation CREATES WIDE-SPREAD INTEREST Democrat Heads Plan To Attend State Convention Now ^r.'iat srliool in out Stin- nott l Ulicrs iii-f looking for- ward to recreation and study during the summer months. C. Ij. Sone, who ban been at I ho head of the school for the lust I wo years and who has been re- employed for next year, plans to spend ul least two weeks camp- ing ul Kagle'n Nest Lake, in New Mexico. He and Mrs. S' no will also visit, with their son. Lent Sone, dean at T. W. 0., Fort Worth, and with relatives at Den- ton, Rising- Star and other points. J'edro Martinez left Saturday for Kenedy, Texas, where Mrs. Martinez and her son have been for the last few weeks. After a month of recreation and stay among relatives and friends down at the old home, the bandmaster will go to Chicago l'qr a few weeks' training at Northwestern University, lie is to return to southern ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 31 May 1935

PAGK POUR ■ HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD % M< coi foi COI val wh trij do] 15 yes onl on wh pei p\i 001 ing clu eqi tas wil ta> KOI to nei ha of cqi err do 401 th< In of tha out tha woi pla: wot I tioi hoi ope be and to May 24, 81, June 7, 14. 8. J. R. No. 94 A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing to amend Sections 3 and 6 of Article 7 of the Consti- tution of U>e State of Texas so as to permit the furnishing of State official text books free to every child of scholastic age, at- tending any school within the State. BK IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OK TEXAS Section 1. That Section 3 of Article 7 of the Constitution of the State of Texas be amended so that hereafter it shall read as fol- lows : "Section 3. One-rourth of the revenue derived from the State TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF TEXAS PER- MITTING HE FURNISHING OF FREE TEXT BOOKS TO EVERY CHILD OF SCHOLASTIC AGE ATTENDING ANY SCHOOL WITHIN THIS STATE," and every voter shall mark out with pen or pencil the clause...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 31 May 1935

FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1935 me to 111- |nt. list ll fDi; 'ia I Jin? liey §en em |i<-r In li< HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE ^ Come Quick-Free Prizes-Greatest Values Ever Offered Now At Lindsey Furniture Co *s "Trade Expansion" FREE PHIZES £ 0- Now Is Your Chance! HUGE SAVINGS OFFERED EVERY DEPARTMENT N" rYv®*V ^ece tO45*9 v <*ef! >C V % c**0£e >°. )VV Never in the history of Lindsey Fur- niture company have we offered greater bargains than we are now during our ' Trade Expansion" sale beginning at our store Saturday, June 1. Don't wait! You'll never find a better time to buy the furni- ture you've been needing. Not only a few items can be saved on in our store, but hundreds are offered, too numerous to mention in this adver- tisement. Visit us today. Come early, get in on the close-out bar- gains listed on 8 beautiful living room suites. ROO*,! 8 Suits Closed Out SMARTNESS PLUS SOLID COMFORT You'll a >M ((cr bargain. The upholstery is of heavy tapestry and wool freizes. Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 31 May 1935

YOUR GUIDE TO ECONOMY. THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD WANT ADS WILL DIRECT YOU IN BUYING, SELLING, AND EXCHANGE. THRIFTY SHOPPERS REFER TO TRADE AT KASSEL'S 5c and 10c Store Across Street From Rex Theatre IWe feature the largest [selection of variety mer- chandise in Borger. Lowest Prices Too! " Ti 111U1111 It III111111! 1111 i 11111 ■ 111111111111MIIIII1111! 11 i II11 i 111111111111! III11111111111111 i 11111111! 111! 11111IIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIII BABY CHICKS From CLARENDON HATCHERY 1 day to 30 days old at 8V2 to 35c each jr 211 N. f,<ain St. The lluicliinson County Herald will }*;iy > eight theatre passe:; each week to four persona names will appear in a paragraph on this page. Read this page carefully, eight passes have been awarded this week. You might, have been lucky enough to receive two free passes. E niiiniiiiinm.iiiiininiiiiiiiiilliillillilillilUllilllUlliiiiiiililliiiiiiiiilKlllllliiiiiiiniiimiiiiiiiiiii THE LONG HORN BAR COOR'S BF.ER ON DRAUGHT II Every Night...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 31 May 1935

US' ■'w FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD "T! PAGE SEVEN Hutchinson Couty Farms To g Determine Depth Of Moisture NerWo stilTa Ubrty farmers in nearby counties ■ Tests made to ascertain the depth of moisture in unplowed fields and in fields thut had un- dergone different methods of plowing proved an interesting project fur Luther T. Hunter, county agent, and Slim Travis of Stinnett early this week. Moisture had penetrated from 18 to 20 inches on the Jack Hod- ges' farm a few miles north of Stinnett on the Spearman high- way, while dry dirt was found just 8 and 10 inches under the surface of a field across the high- way from that 'farm, where the land had not been plowed. On the W. T. "Tab" Womble farm farther north a similar test revealed that the soil was wet Mrs. Willis Lackey To Represent Holt Mrs. Willis Lackey was elected delegate to the A. and M. College short course at College Station at the meeting of the Holt home demonstration club held Friday at the home of Mrs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 31 May 1935

f % eight hutchinson county herald m ■ £0 Specials will help Shave the Food Budget friday, may 31, 1855 Carbon Camp Club Lists Achievements arris F ood Stores Grocery and Market ••••""MTflfUfif* BeliUomt) ti 10 Lb. Cloth Bag m IW/tid&^S f Slice or Halves No. 2V2 Can Del Monte 23c Del Monte Green Beans "1 Q« Whole stringless, No. 2 IvU SARDINES. Del Monte 4Au Large Oval Can lUv Del Monte Tomato Juicel No. 1 Tall Cans, 3 for RED RASPBERRIES Del Monte. No. 2 Can Hps" c- Del Monte No. 1 Tall Can -'250 25c Qel Monte Spinach, Fancy Pack, No. 2 Can Del Monte Pineapple, Crushed or SIi. No. 2 Can COCOANUT, Fresh Shredded, % Lb. Pkg. Del Monte DeLux Plumsj No. 2Vt Cans JHOMINY, [No. 2 Cans. 3 for (gooseberries, ■Gallon loganberries, [Gallon iCHERRIES, [Red Pitted. Gallon PEARS, |Solid Pack Gallon InHBnmHHHi & Si® MS sst f- EANS Large Firm: Heads, Lb. WHILE THEY LAST FRESH—TENDER—STRINGLESS J h /? $ gpn m 00AUTY MEATS We believe our customers buy meat on (confidence. Therefore, we carr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 7 June 1935

The Hutchinson County Herald We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County VOL. 8-NTT 26 BORGER- STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1935 SAMPLE COPY MAYOR JOINS IN OBSERVANCE OF RAILROAD WEEK PERIOD DESIGNATED BY RAIL HEADS OF WEST PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 80r Y r ?; ?ildre1 DISTRICT COURT ues . Carniva ^ ^ SET JUNE 10TH SET JUNE 10-15 TO FOCUS INTEREST OF PUBLIC UPON SERVICE In co-operation with the Santa Fo railroad, Mayor John It. .Mil lei has asked Borger residents to join in the observance of "Rail- road Week" beginning Monday, Juno 10 and ending Saturday. June 15. The week has been designated by the Western Association of Hallway Executives thru its chair- man, H. C!. Taylor. The purpose Mtl "Railroad Week" is to focus public Interest upon the improved service, both freight and pa s*u- ger, offered by the railroads and to organize local action In con- nection therewith, according to S. P. McGee, local Santa Fe agent. The following proclamation has been issued by Mayor Mi...

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