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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 11 January 1935

iJtk mm'- I , I if W «sbw ■ 5fgjr 'i? 4§* HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1935 FRIDA1 Here's A Value In LADIES' DRESSES Keep in mind that these sold for as high as $12.50—Silks, Wool Crepes, jersey— Look around and compare! But hurry, as these will be snapped up by those who know values. Sizes for c /er . C M Children and Ladies' WASH FROCKS A GREAT "Close Out"! Buy what you need of these now. Never have we offered such a variety of styles and patterns. Close out price. . . All Sizes After Inventory Cleanup" Children's and Ladies' at SPORT COAT ''LOSE-OUT For Misses and Ladies Don't worry about the chilly winds this Winter! Just come down and select one of these coats at our "give-away" price. All the better colors and some fur- trimmed. Look at the price—THEN ACT! $3.98 SPORT 68111 Drastic Price Reductions! Every one left on the racks must go! Formal woolens and rough weaves. Also, . somo caracul coats in this group. A real sporty line of coati at a price less than hal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 11 January 1935

\ FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1936 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE SEVI !%■ */ 48 Inc* / I i m A m . Ail ' / i Reg. 30c / frSa'tt i'-&£&&&. DII?si1 Black OXFORDS Iving every dollar's worth of new, up-to-the-minute mer chandise and to RAISE CASH is bringing capacity crowds. It seems all Borger and everyone for m around wants to partake of these unusual values. And so should YO-II Your Mars NEVER FORE BOUGHT SO MUCH! BY ALL MEANS ATTEND THIS SALE DURING THE NEXT TWELVE DA\ a. WOVt.NS' , A' To $3.50 MEN'S TDAnni Fine worsteds for dress. Sizes 30 to 42 BLANKETS Double 70x80 all col- ton plaids. Regular $1.85— BLANKETS 66x78 single, all cot- ton, Indian Regular $2.25- ton, Indian design:; BLANKETS 70x80 single, cotton, all over patterns. R< g- ular $2.65— P i.l Sh ■J; tffc * He T- « -ML W '38 "i W' H M Ivj P f'v; ' i 3 "J4 m A U f { f • i % t I'lj. - 1 i 'a t J i : J 70x80 ENuUc, woo!, block p ' en b' und. P.< $1 95 and up to $3. SUMMER sl o r A Sale to Tli.ill All Fashion Lo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 11 January 1935

PAGE EIGHT HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERA1X FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1935 w. W. K0LBURN DIESfHURSDAY Death Claimed W. \V. (Bill) Kolburn/ 65, early He succumbed after an illness with ifeart and kidney complica- tions' Kolburn was a pioneer Bo«an, coming here from Drum- Oklahoma in 1926. He was born in Marquis, In- Paralysis Claims Victim In Borger A stroke of paralysis caused Thursday | the death of Mrs. J. B. McReyu-j olds, wife of Rev. J. B. McReyn- ; olds, pastor of the First Method- j ist church, at 10 o'clock Thursday night. Mrs. McReynolds had not been in good health since coming ■ to Borger from Canadian last No- i dtana, January 26, 1869 and has, vember and wa8 conflned to an! been connected with the Borger i rlUo hospital for some tlme. Townsite company since coming to this city. Services will be conducted on j Kolburn served two terms on j Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Borger Independent School the Methodist church with Rt. board, was a York Rite Mason. Rev. J. O. Haynes, presid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 18 January 1935

^WViV n I the Hutchinson County Herald i' "t*W? : t .•.J-,.'. 3 > ■ K i ' VOL. 8—NO. 9 We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County .STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY JANUARY 18, 1935 EIGHT PAGES TODAY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIPA* AGENTCONDUCTS FARM SESSIONS TO MAKE PLANS Farm Census Gets Underway In County MANY EXPECTED TO ATTEND HUNT PLANNED SUNDAY H. B. Phillips of Stinnett who 11 was recently appointed as agent for handling the agricultural and farm census In Hutchinson coun- ty, is busily at work. Phillips is ascertaining the amount of land in cultivation, the number of livestock in the county and other , valuable information with regard FARMERS MEET ■ to the program which the govern- | ment is putting over under the agricultural adjustment adminls-< tration. He stated Saturday that ONLY SHOT-GUNS ARE j he expects to complete the census I PERMITTED FOR 1935 AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMS ARE ORGANIZED 'I HUGE COYOTE, RABBIT DRIVE WILL BE STAGED HUTH TO DIRECT FARM RECORD BOOKS ARE DIST...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 18 January 1935

t I f AGE TWO , ^ _ rv ' '• HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY JANUARY 18, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 LLOYD S. McCANN, Editor and Publisher ______ — r * ________ _ . Entered as second class matter January 7, 1927, at the 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. Directory of Officials, Hutchinson Co., Texas E. J. Pickens, 84th District Judge?—. Canadian W. L. Kelly, District Clerk Stinnett Norman-Coffee, County Judge .Stinnett Russell C. Brown. County Clerk—__ Stinnett O. T. (Jack) T.ackey, County Attorney .. Borger Dan Hardee, Sheriff Borger Frank Caudill, Treasurer - Borge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 18 January 1935

I' Icl DA y JANUARY 18, 1885 •' 'pr HUTCHINSON COUNTS HERALD PAGE THREE * T I ktXP •*:■£&* W *S<caM «tt£ <SaB w« «K . Quality foods thai nourish and protest and we are proving by tl s sale that you can buy them here a reasonable prices. Wise mothers know that to buy "'cheap" food is not ecr-omy but dangerously ex- pensive to health. t 'A > Jn :> -? <L c«i' M &K- *?;.. Ullii O' Size OATS, Quick Quaker 1®c SHREDDED WHEAT #Ec BAKING POWDER 1(k ROYAL GELATINE Large Package hw 2 Regular Packages Dr. Price's, 12 oz. Can 2 Packages POST'S BRAN Flakes J Ac BAKING POWDER Regular Size Package *4^ Royal. 12 oz. Can >c SHORTENINC SYRUP, Karo Light cr Dark, No. 10 Can Mrs. Tucker's, 8 Lb. Carton fea'«fr*s9 No. 5 Can ®fc-<:vvSv-" •> SHI ' -ft? „>. , QUEEN OF THE WEST 24-LB. BAG ££1• M&tT* M fcr ' ■ -W#ll |?4 / n V: iSBB EVERY SACK GUARANTEED 48-LB. BAG fJTS jftti PEACHES, Sliced or Halves, No. 10 Can Peaches Heart's Del'gt. Q£c Sli. or Halves, 2 No. 2 Vis Ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 18 January 1935

FRIDAY JANUARY 18, 1935 Women's Council At Stinnett Hat Study Committees to serve during 1935 were appointed by Mrs. Ben Bentley, chairman of the Hutch- inson County council of home demonstration clubs, at the meet- ing held Saturday at the court- house at Stinnett. The committees are as follows: Program, Mrs. W. W. Jones, ot Spring Creek, Mrs. Howard Culp of Gulf-Gewhitt, and Mrs. Bradley of Electric City; year book, Mrs. S. J. Logan of Pringle, Mrs. Jack Haught, Gulf-Gewhitt, and Bill Youchum, Sanford. Finance, Mrs. Dan Camhern ot Stinnett, Mrs. D. Ferguson ot Spring Creek, and Mrs. Willis Lackey, Holt; expansion, Mrs. Gallier of White Deer, Mrs. Brit- ton and Mrs. Roy Games of Stin- nett; exhibit, Mrs. Major Lackey of Holt, Miss Iris Lieb of Prin- gle and Mrs. Robertson of Carbon Camp club. A special committee to buy mat- tress ticking consists of Mrs. W. R. Goodwin, Mrs. R. H. Bled- soe and Mrs. Jack Haught. 1 he mattresses to be made by the council will be given as prizes in th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 18 January 1935

FRIDAY JANUARY 18, 1935 Many Students At West Ward Win Places On Six Weeks' Honor Rolls; Rankings Are Given By School Head f Three hundred and four child- ren wdre fcy'.V.ed on honor rolls lor the tliirf dlx weeks' period at the West Ward school, according to an announcement made by Miss Mildred McGhee, principal. Of this group, 103 pupils made the high honor roll with no grades below A, while 201 were listed on the second or low honor roll with all A's and ii s. Those on the high honor roll lire as follows: FIRST GRADE: Karl Meyers, Jimmio Nelson, Lee Little, Sibyle Cowan, Alberta Lou Tarver, Aur- ice B. Vernon, Ophelia Hart, Velma Reynolds, Willie Francis Sanders, Doris Lorraine Spoi^ce, Madge Marie Strickland, Ruth Worrell, Donald Wayne Dorsett, Dudley Keith, Eugene Smirl, Jul- dene McDonald, Geneva June On- statt, Lilly Mae Patton. Lois Wil- liamson, Jean Shutters, Delbert Beadle, Elmer Lee Burgett, Rob- ert Medley and Cecil Pruett. SECOND GRADE: Billy Harvey Virgil Holland, Cha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 18 January 1935

;> *'■>* 4 PAGE SIX HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY JANUARY 18, 1935 I ; TERM HONOR ROLL AT WEATHERLY Dan Cupid released by school principal During Past Year LOADING SAAR BALLOTS IN TRUCK 4g WEST WARD STUDENTS WIN c Kighteqp students at Weatherly ward scjfool were listed on the h'ifb honor roll for the first sem- ester will no grades below A, ac- cording to C. C. Lister, principal. On® hundred and four children wafe kiven places on the second ur low h ncr roll with no grades f< r the. semester lower than B. Those on the high honor roll are as follows: FIRST GRADE: Bobbie Dean Fairey, Bobby Middleton, May Ettr Dulaney, Evelyn King, Billy Jean Reynolds, Wanda ,lo l.aw- ley. Zoma Lue Stephens, Joanna Barnes, Fred Parker, Jr., and Richbourg Chapman. FOURTH GRADE: June George, Allie May Russell. FIFTH GRADE: Billie Jo Smith, Charline Williams and Jean Risher. SIXTH GRADE'. Vera Adams. Joyce McCarthy and Jean Stall!. Those listed, on the low or sec- ond honor roll for the s.-mest...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 18 January 1935

frj-ba'y january 18, 1935 hutchinson county herald page seve>' Writer describes borger as nearly ready for long pants K floigor—iu prosperous city eight years old—just about ready to put 011 long pants!" is the Maurice Todd describes Bor- der in tho latest "Municipals' Section" of the Pretty Prairies (Kan.) Times. Todd's article, which brings light to bear upon Borger's mu- nicipal bond problem, follows: "On the Panhandle Plains ol' Texas, about two hours drive south from Liberal and the Kan- sas State line, about one hours drive north from Amarlllo, Texas, is (lie locale of the City of Bor- ger. "It was in 19 2G that the great lowa, Illinois on to Chicago and Indiana, supplying gas to count- less cities enroute. The largest gas booster station of the nation is located some 11 miles west of Borger. "12 to lfi carbon black fac- tories operate in and around Bor- ger and the continuous smoke rolling from these large chimneys pictures industry in real action. "It is stated that the g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 18 January 1935

^'WW >?* PAGE EIGHT HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALE JIDGE PICKENS PUTS ILLEGAL PRACTICES ON SPOT IN SPEECH "I am tired of hearing about the operation in this county, and I'm talking cold turkey to you men; 1 want to go on record as placing the responsibility where it belongs," the judge told the members of the grand jury. "The officers will enforce the law about as the jury desires," he said in emphasizing the duties of that group. Judge Pickens pointed out that neglect of juries toward what some citizens termed minor off- enses was the cause of many ma- in a clear-cut speech to the members of the grand jury at the opening of the January term of the 84th district court in Carson county, DiBtrict Judge E. J. Pick- ens definitely put operation of the sale of liquor containing by weight more than 3.2 per cent al- coholic content on the spot and went on record by declaring that the responsibility for the enforce- ment of the law rested squarely with the sheriff and local officers. Judge Pic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 25 January 1935

mk H. . The Hutchinson County Herald tf . ..... We Gef Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County VOL. 8—NO. 10 STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 19:55 MIX FAST TEAMS ARE ENTERED IN LOCAL TOURNEY GULF OIL COMPANY DEFEATS BRIGG'S PHARMACY JAYCEES AHEAD j GOOD PLAYING SEEN AS SIX SQUADS TANGLE Six fast basketball teams are entered in tho Borger City league which got underway last Friday night. The teams entered are as follows: Borger Junior Chamber of Commerce, Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Co., K. C. Store, Briggs Pharmacy, fiult' Oil Co., ^Jind the Borger Big & Bex The-, '(J titers. In the opening contest of the j tournament, the Gulf Oil Co. de- j feated the Briggs pharmacy in a close game, 26 to 23. The game was tied at 20-all at the end of the game, and a 3 minute ex- tension period was required to de- cide the winner. In the second game, the Jun- ior Chamber of Commerce won an exciting game from the K. C. j Store by a score of 2 2 to 21. The lead changed several...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 25 January 1935

PAGE "T5KSI HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD - ' - ':-Y: 7' ' - ' HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 LLOYD S. McCANN, Editor and Publisher Entered as second class matter January 7, 1927, at the 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 CQunty-wide paper, dedicated to the best interests of Hutchinson County as a whole, and supported by the.1 Merchants of Borger, Stinnett and WHitenburg. Dire-iory of Officials, Hutchinson Co., Texas Schools K. J. Pickens, 84th District Judge..-. W. L, Kelly. District Clerk Norman Coffee, County Ju<!c Russell C. Brown, County Clerk O. T. (Jack) Lackey. County Attorney- Dan Jlurdee, Sheriff Frank Caudill. Treasurer Ona hlanaha.il. County Superintendent .if Shelby Chlsum, County Surveyor Arthur Hi'.ey...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 25 January 1935

PAGE THREE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1936 Let the Family Pick 'ant to Eg:' Before you do your grocery shopping this week-end w this advertisement to Dad and Junior and Mary. Let them pick out just what they want to eat next w ek. Let Dad choose hiis favorite kinds of meat. Junior will probabiy like lets of apples or oranges Mary, no doubt, will prefer some particular kind cf jelly or breakfast cereal. Your family will like the idea and for you it will solve the problem of "what shall I serve?" . m hM * $KL Ife sw Bra : • : ' «'-* y*-. . • . n * M ^ . / M.M'* 1 f y' gx? m m vf ■M w'm-1 CHI1 >? ut What This Week! eek—Jan. 25-31 Gel This Beautiful Glassware Set! / Jgggl \", - • "'V ,};!■ ■ Y 3 • % V. V ^ / J \ iV V •• - / rsf'- V,;-> Twenty dollars' worth of Furr Food Store purchase re- ceipts entitles you to buy the beautiful 19-piece glassware luncheon set pictured here for only 98 cents. The sets come in two colors—Golden Glow and Springtime Grsen. There is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 25 January 1935

J*AGE V. I BBfrS ^ littTCHlNSON COUNTY HERALD c • basketball •* (CouMnued from paee 11 joints, when suddenly. Stone, tall tentei fur Oult, looped one from •he center and tied the score as (.In; same ended. The teams rest- ed two minute*; and entered into ijio first extension period of three in Unites. They battled for *vvo and a' half minutes without a score when suddenly Thurman Mivdocl;. local boxer and player- manager of (he insurance team, made a spectacular shot over his head and put the insurance five two points in the lead. With only seconds to go, Stone again saved the day by looping another one from the center of Mlie court and tied the Whistle blew game. Another extension period 'of three niinutes was started and Rill Trent again put the Insur- ance team in the lead with a fiel'1 goal. But just as the whistle was '(•ins adjusted in the time keep- i r's mouth to end the game. Stone came to life and' saved the day for the Gulf five by a spectacular ihot from the middle of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 25 January 1935

FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE FIVE SCHOOLS NEED LIVE SUBJECT MATTER, SAYS NOTED EDUCATOR % 4 lor Bringing Hie into (lie clas.s- ujtffci by interpreting subject mat-' in terms of society and ellinl- ; nating formul teaching material that lias no connection with ac- tual living is the challenge of modern education, Dr. H. B. P-ru-; iter of Columbia University told argans in his talks last Friday. [The educator stressed the need greater freedom in the; schools, lie scored the old ques- tion and answer method of reci- tation and favored discussion of problems in terms of life-situa-! tions that the child will have to ' meet. Dr. Bruiner told of the modern trend toward the activity program which takes certain projects and develops them through the inter- rsts of the child. Instead of set ting aside .10 minutes for arith-1 metle, 30 minutes for history.' etc., all study will eventually be ■•entered around an activity prob- lem such as transportation, mar- j keting...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 25 January 1935

Hfrl"V - t'i-■' K r < -■ f PACE SIX "■'■■■ - . — i ■ 'i 1 •: ■■■ ' : HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD yW&* FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1985 Cast Selected For Shakesperean Drama To Be Given As Junior Play TV cast for Shakespeare's "As You Like It," to be presented on Mi^rcU 1 as the annual Junior p*y Borger high school, has been selected and practice is well Underway, according to Mrs. Grace Mart'n, asistant class sponsor and director for the play. i Players were selected by Eng- lish teachers at the high school, .assisted by Miss Lida B. May, ctass sponsor. Costumes of the period will be designed by home economics students under the di- rection of Miss Edith Krai, who is also an assistant Junior sponsor. Students have been east as fol- lows: Rosalind—Itiabel Youker Celia—Aldine Thompson Audrey—Delores Little. Phebe—Ruth Irina Garrett Orlando—Bill Trent Oliver—Jo Dene Propst Jacques—David Johnston Silvius—Bob Beuge Corin—Gherin McOraw Touchstone—Clifford Rhodes Duke, Senior—Matthew Kelly Duke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 1 February 1935

m. ) The Hutchinson County Herald We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County /OL. 8—NO. 11 BOKGEH STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 193o MISSIONS GROUP HOLDS MEETING AT M. E. CHURCH PUBLISHED EVERY FRIBAY PERRYTON DISTRICT HOLDS ANNUAL INSTITUTE ICO MEET HERE REPORTS ARE MADE BY 14 PASTORS PRESENT Pastors of Southern Methodist churches and laymen from 14 dif- ferent charges In the Perryton district gathered at the First Methodist Church in Borger Tu:;s- j day for the annual district Mis- sionary Institute. Approximately 100 people attended. Keports were given from min- jj^ers with regard to new mem- bership enrollment, observance of each fourth Sunday in the month with a missionary program and offering, amounts pledged and subscribed for the orphanage at Waco and for conference collec- tions and other activities since an- nual conference met in Novem- ber. Some of tlie outstanding reports included that of the local pastor, Rev. J. B. McReynolds, who tolct of twenty n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 1 February 1935

PAGE TWO HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD ffi#; FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1035 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 Fruit Cakes Yield Pringl eClub Woman Profit For Woman Beautifies Her Home fit' LLOYD s. McCAN.N, Editor and Publisher Entered as second class matter January 7, 1927, at the 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 CQunty-wide paper, dedicated to the best interests of Hutchinson County as a whole, and supported by the Merchants of Borger, Stinnett and Whitenburg. Mrs. D. F. Huey, White Itecr Creek Club, made her Christmas money selling fruit cakes, accord- ing to Miss I-.uc.ile Chance, County Homo Demonstration Agent. Thirty pounds of cake were made by an Extension Service re- i'h)c at a cost of $7.50. Mrs. Huey sold 23 lbs. for 13....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 1 February 1935

PAGE THREE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1935 s SAVE YOUR PURCHASE RECEIPTS-THEY ARE VALUA3LE! Twenty dollars' worth of Furr Food purchase receipts will entitle you to buy a beautiful 19-piece lunch set for o; cents. Examine this lunch set in our store today . . . start saving your receipts immediately. There is no limit to the nt of sets you may receive. 49c $1.02 o 10-LB. BAG 24-05. BAG _____ RINSO Large Pkg. LIFEBUOY 2 Bars U SOAP CHIPS iy Biue Barrel, Large 5 Lb. Box OXYDOL Bvu Large Pkg. sj M JW /m sis mmn MARKET PRICES GOOD FOR FRI., SAT.. MON. ONLY Cut from dry lot, grain fed Sunray Beef, Pound LIVER Fresh & Tender, Pork Livers, Lb. OYSTERS Large Select Easterns. Lb. PORK TENDER Delicacies, Lb. is** }1 HOT BARBECUE Boneless, Beef or Pork, Lb. M, Large Colored * resscd and Drawn Free % kJ poum MINCE MEAT Libby's, Brandy ArJdcd, Lb. SALT MEAT F:;ve for Frying or Boiling, Lb. U CHEESE «;i )m C'OTTAGe., Freshly Creamed, Lb. Mwlt CHILI In P icks, Lb. (C r POTATO...

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