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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 7 June 1935

I1NSON COUNTY HERALD PublUhed Ewv Friday ruDiluted Every Friday ErtablUheJ April 29, 192f LLOYD S< McCAN.N, Editor and Publisher as second class matter January 7, 1927, at ihe Poatoffice at Stinnett, Texas, under th^ Act of March 8, 1879. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD 11 "H — FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1935 RIVER TAKES LIFE, PROPERTY TOLL IN KANSAS Subscription Rates Qjm Y«ar $1.50 Si* Months 80c Circulation guaranteed 4,300 copies per week. Advertising Rates 35c per Col. Inch. PHONE NO. 166 The Kutchnson County Herald is published as a county-wide paper, dedicated to the best interests of ehinson County as a whole, and supported by the hantfe of Borger, Stinnett and Whitenburg. VALUATIONS It is understood that the county commission has let a contract to Pritchard and Company for the purpose of assessing oil valuations in Hutchinson county, the cost to the county to be about $7,000. This contract is supposed to have been let last fall but nothing has been done toward assessing these valua- tions...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 7 June 1935

fjWT 31>/' FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PACE THREE BORGANS TAKE FEWER BOOKS * 00T OF LIBRARY IK SUMMER brother and Blster-ln-law, Mr. and -Mrs. H. A. Burk, all of Aniarlllo. "There is a big decrease in the number of library books issued In Borger during the summer from the number issued In winter," Mrs. .J. II. Hennesse, librarian, said tills morning. "During the winter months an average of 75 books a day were chocked out, while the summer dally average is hut 45." During the year 1034 there were 21,737 books checked out. Last winter an average of 165 books were checked out every Saturday, but during the summer months the Saturday average is 82. "Many of our "most faithful readers are away on Vacations right now," the librarian said. The library is open every day except Fridays and Saturdays, from 2:30 to 5:30 p. m. On Tues- days and Saturdays it is open from 7:30 to 9 p. m. as well as in the afternoons. Three rooms, the fiction book room, reading room, and offic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 7 June 1935

POUR HUTCHmSON COUNTY HERALD TOT; FATHER RESCUED FROM TREfc Continue Iqe Cream for dessert. All fUi\ Ire Cream for dessert. All flav- ors, qt. 29c und pints 15c at Max- wall Pharmacy. ors, nt. 29c and pints 15c at Mux "Expansion Offers well t'Uarmmv Duly a few more days are left for citizens in this trade territory, to take advantage of Lindse> -yFurnitnre company's big "Trade JEkpansion" Sale that started last week. ; In many instances the store has f*eut the prices of merchandise more than one-third of the regu- t lar retail price. One of the lead- er items offored at the sale is "regular $150.OU value Kroehler living room suites that are bein Bold as long a s thviy last tor #!( «' v- OF THE Town! , FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 19315 The store is offering $5 for any old mattress on the purchase of a new 8immo!is inner-spring or r auty-Itest mattress. The old Hii .ittress wM.he accepted a' «'• • down paymeut aud eauy term may be arrange^ icr tli ■ ran.. .. One of th" largest furnituiv slo' k...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 7 June 1935

FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1935 Records Reveal 16 Babies Born In Past Month jjffiixteon babies were born in JBKrger during the past month, ac- cord I ni; to bureau of vital statis- tics records on file at the city hall, according to V. Alexander, regis- trar. Birth certificates filed during May announce the following births: To Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bear- den, Jr., a daughter, Sharlene Paye, April 10. To Mr. and Mrs. It. I.. l'i i< t. a son, April 2G. To Mr. and Mrs. Isom New- berry, a sou, April 20. To Mr, and Mrs. Ivan O. Alder- son. a son, Jean Garfield, April 26. To Mr. and Mrs. T. I). Stock ton, a son, Dale Hay, April :M>. To Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Still, a daughter, Oeorgetta, .Via; .1. To Mr. and .Mrs. \Y. I. llawks, a son. May 5. To Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Irwin, a son, May 7. To Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Davi . .t son. Johnnie Linn, May 7. To Mr. and Mrs. II. Cambem, a daughter, Connie Yevonn, May 18. To Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Ingham, a daughter, May 18. To Mr. and Mrs. Sager, a dau- Ighter, Dixie Mae...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 7 June 1935

wmma FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD STORE'S 4- k£HAVE PLANNED FOR THIS SALE This is our greatest sale because we have planned for it several weeks. We have purchased our groceries in huge quantities to enable us to offer you those unusual low prices. We welcome you to take ad- vantage of the savings we are offering Ih'j week. Pa QQaKRAUT, OR HOMINYOQft VV(| No. 2 Can, 3 for LUl ^ 1 KARO SYRUP Light or Dark, 5 Lb. pail BLACKBERRIES AQl* GOOSEBERRIES CCa Peache« or Pears, Gal. Cans lUw No. 10 Can WWW CORN, PEAS, GREEN BEANS CHERRIES AQa SPINACH, No. 2 cans Red Pitted, No. 10 Can ivw SUGAR SPECIAL SALE ON POST'S CEREALS Fine Granulated 10 LB. BAG m •k--i ,Vv 'S -A-' - A ■-'-KVSB Name Three large trucks bring the vegetables direct from the gardens to Harris Food Store. That is the reason that our vegetables are the best and freshest in town. Vegetable prices good Friday, Saturday and Monday only. ^ Grape Nutj Flakes Factory Representatives Will Explain Special Offer PLATI...

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

friday, june 7, 1935 hutchinson county herald page 8even ho ). V }y ■v- 1c- Ito re It: ler in e- c- S- n- Ht at h. as a no er re m ni to li- re, ay STINNETT NEWS W. T. Womble of Prlngle was transacting business in Stinnett Saturday. Mr*. Gladys Hartley from Am- ur]lias been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charles Garlitz, and Mr. Garlitz. J George Winter made a business ' Mrs. W. H. Heets was operated trip to Borger Saturday. on at the North Plains hospital Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. J>. Mitchell and | son, Winton, of Gulf were in I Mrs. E. D. Pendleton underwent Stinnett for church services Sun- a minor operation Tuesday at day. North Plains hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Turner are spending a week's vacation at Wellington. Miss Earlene Sessions from Plemons was a guest of Dortha Jean Games Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hedgecoke had as guests Saturday, Mr. and K< 1 1 oll( ll> Mrs. Clinton Hedgecoke cf Bor- ger. Mrs. Sam Churchill of Gulf! Basil, the small son of Mr. and camp visited...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 7 June 1935

HUTCHrNSON "L _ IAT I THINK OF FRANKLIN D. ROOSKVELT Something liko three years ago our country went into a great fin- ancial crista. -Our banks were closing their doors; railroads were going into the hands of receivers; stock was shrinking from par to worthless paper; our streets and highways were crowded with idle and hung- ry men. Then Franklin D. Roose- velt was elected president of our country to take charge of this aw- ful condition. When this great master mind took his seat in the executive chair, he saw that millions upon millions of dollars would have to be borrowed to relieve our coun- try of this deplorable condition. He knew that this would result in an enormous national debt, but, COUNTY El ;'r HERALD — - ' ' i '"I - FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 193R my friends, this debt will be paid. The holders of the debt have a mortgage upon the North Ameri- can continent, and it is on record. All the millions of acres of cot- ton, corn and wheat are a guar- antee that the debt will be paid. Al...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 7 June 1935

'RIDAY, JUNE 7, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD ■ ■ PAGE h YEAR SAVED THE PEOPLE OF BORGER OH GAS Citizens Want To Save An... Lqual Amount On Electric Rates? mm mm nH9 - . '-I 'M hh tg*s& :j*£m ■niifVHK&Hp aTOHPMMMSan &s^a&3!vz9;jisi asafe.jsS kWkaf3Ur2Wi^, iS:VC"-?.-TWiW61* >• Pl pH IsdKMsS pfe •. ft | Ci ■'-t -. m '[if £,> J&&- WWm&lmSm 4 srwi .•:.<7ltct v. ..i.•:. •.«-5t/: r«\^ : >■:■: «#*< r*%OB BigStSKsa&ffi $ tssri "WS^S'S ■£ " ' ■ fiihiy- K i::k.pi 3 &JN f l " . .ft* ft £g$gg£&* 5 ; ': i,Ki i£.'si-/** '< %■ m ■ / •f sg|3MB| iM&iiii •ftft i>. '" " -"ftft+vK •'•'•'":"'ft' ;,-.ft ' ' • ' '*"ft Even more than 560,000 per year can be saved Borger citizens on electric rates. In order to get these lower rates consumers must signify their support of the new plant. Already hundreds of Borger citizens and business men have agreed to cooperate with the new company that will make lower rates available, but we need more. Come ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 7 June 1935

w' y*%8*Wi YOUR GUIDE "*■■' '.' 'V< '• ". ■ ■■ " • TO ECONOMY. THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY WANT ADS WILL DIRECT YOU IN BUYING, SELLING, AND EXCHANGE. THRIFTY SHOPPERS PREFER TO TRADE AT KASSEL'S 5c and 10c Store imiiiniimiiiii iiiimiiiiiiiiiiii Across Street From Rex Theatre We feature the largest selection of variety mer- chandise in Borger. Lowest Prices Too! THE LONG HORN BAR P'fv? COOR'S BEER ON DRAUGHT Every Night Except Sunday Tobacco Cigars Cigarettes OSCAR FARMER, Prop. BABY CHICKS From CI ARENDON HATCHERY All leading breeds. Baby Chicks at S'/iC to 10c each. Feed and garden seed of all kinds. RED DIAMOND <1EED STORE 211 N. Main St. s 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 BABY CHICKS From CLARENDON HATCHERY 1 day to 30 days old at 8V2 to 35c each RED DIAMOND FEED STORE 211 N. Wain St. UNITED BROTHERS OF CAR...

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

FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1935 n* i ■< HUTCHWSON COUNTY HERALD cs re N ind ■ny A Mey 24, 31, Juno 7, 14. 8. J. K. No. 24 A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing to amend Sections 3 and 5 of Article 7 of the Consti- tution of the State of Texas so as to permit the furnishing of ^J^tate official text books free to Wevery child of scholastic age, at- tending any school within tho State. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LElil'SLATUKii OK THE STATE OF TEXAS Section 1. That Section 3 of Article 7 of the Constitution of the f?late of Texas be amended so that hereafter it shall road as fol- lows : "Section 3. One-fourth of the revenue derived from the State occupation taxes and poll tax of One ($1.00) Dollar on every in- habitant of the State, between the ages of twenty-one and sixty years, shall be set apart annually for the benefit of the public free schools; and in addition thereto, there shall be levied and collected an annuul ad valorem State tax of such an amount not to exceed Thirty-five Cents on the One Hun-j d...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 7 June 1935

' ' -i lge twelve 111,1 "■ - HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1935 HHg Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday, JUNE 6.7.8,10 Economy Store I SUMMER MILLINERY Newest styles, Sailors, Off the face. Brims, In all dq sirable materials. SI,00 WASH FROCKS Fast colors, newest styles. Reg. $1.95 value. Sizes 14 to 44. 2 FOR SI ,00 SAVON amiES All sizes and styles 4 pair for $1.00 OUTDOOR CLOTHES Slacks and Shorts IN ALL COLORS St.00 RIP PROOF SLIPS In satin and crepe. Posi- tively guaranteed to wear see 'em and you'll buy 'em. Special. S1.98 HOSIERY The best in town at the cheapest price, knee high and regular. Chiffon pure Silk, jtuii fashioned, all sizes. SPECIAL 2 PAIR $1.00 WHITE FRILLY CUFFS In Silk, Mesh and Organdy's Reg. $1.49 Now $1.00 DRESSES, COATS and Swagger Suits Must be cleared out. We are making great reductions. GROUP NO. 1— Bi-swing suits in tweeds and solid colors also swagger suits at this closeout GROUP NO. 2— High priced swagger suits in full length Coats. Reg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 14 June 1935

We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County VOL. 8—NO. 27 BOItGER- ttTlNNLTT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1035 WOMEN'S CLUBS INTERESTED IN HOME ACTIVITIES EXCELLENT REPORTS BEFORE COUNCIL M/.DE FLOAT PLANNED CLOTHING CONTESTS ARE SCHEDULED JUNE 29 That much interest 1h being taken in club work was shown at the meeting of the County Coun- cil of home demonstration dubs held June 10 at Stinnett. Each club gave an excellent report of work done during May. Miss Ruby Adams, Gray county home demonstration agent, and JPj Miss Dalton Burleson, Carson county agent, will Judge the cloth- ing contests to be held at the curt house at Stinnett June 29. according to plans made by the council. All demonstrators and co- operators must have record, inven- tory, stories and foundation pal- terns in Miss Lticlle Chance's of- fice by neon, June 28. Mrs. Dan Cambern, Mrs. Major Lackey and Mrs. L. O. Robinson were appointed to arrange the room for the clothing contests. Miss Iris Li'eb was chosen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 14 June 1935

Liwo , <? ;# HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERAI.D FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1935 at's Boost the Jaycees' Fourth of July Celebration — 24-Hour Program of Dancing, Water Sports, Baseball, County Fair Games and Rodeo! HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 LLOYD S. McCAN.N, 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. 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. GOOD ROADS^WITHOUT COST Without an increase in taxes to the average tax- payer in Hutchinson county, we can have many more miles of paved highway in. our county. The road to Fritch and Sanford would become a reality and pavi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 14 June 1935

I* At The Rex Sunday Virginia Bruce, Jack LnRue, Raymond Hatton in "Times Square Lady" period commencing July 1, 1936, according to M. E. McCorniick, secretary - treasurer of the Stin- nett National IVirra Loan Associ- ation. Tills announcement was made ijune 10th when Mr. McCorniick | was notified of t ht* new loan rate j by A. C. Williams, president of the Federal Land Bank of Houston and General Agent of the Farm Credit Administration of Houston. Tills temporary reduction of interest on Federal Land Bank 'loans having Installments due !prior to July 1, 1938, is the result I of new legislation, the Farm ■ Credit Act of 1935, which was signed by President Roosevelt June 3. Interest payable on in- stallment dates occurring after i July 30, 1938, will be at the orig- inal contract rate, which is •)?. per j cent on loans now being made | through National farm loan asso- | ciations and varies from 5 to (j Home Demonstration Club Women Make Plans For Annual Farmers' Short Course At Coll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 14 June 1935

HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1935 rogram Outlined For Short Coarse At Texas A. & M. COLLEGE STATION— "Every phase of agricultural operations from house to field in Included in the program for the twenty-sixth annual Farmers' Short Course to be held at A and M College from July 28 to August •2," says Hoy W. Snyder, chairman of the short Course committee. "What's more, every subject is tied up definitely with the theme —-The Changing Country Life." he added. "The AAA, through its adjustment programs; the Fed- eral Housing Administration, through its encouragement of building and improvement; the work in soil erosion control, are all represented." Several programs are arranged around the subject of housing. There will probably be one show- ing some of the details of build- iui and repairing, a program on house planning from the artistic standpoint, and something on storage dor the whole farm home. There will also be exhibits show- ing water systems. For making the home...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 14 June 1935

FRIDAY, Jl)NE 14, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PACE PIV1 American Association Of University Women To Organize Chapter Here; Meeting Scheduled Friday Morning JCvomen interested in the or- ganization of local chapter of the American Association of Univers- ity Women are asked to meet at 10:30 tills morning at the home of Mrs. Don Diiley at 320 Jackson street, three blocks west of the Foxworth-Oalbnvith Lumber Com- pany. A number of college women have indicated interest in the or- ganization. While many will doubtless be eligible for associate membership, at least ten women eligible for active membership must register to form the nucelus of the new group. All women with approved de- grees from institutions <11 List I of universities and colleges ap- proved by the A. A. U. W. are eligible to national membership. Women who have completed two full years of academic work in these instiutions are eligible to as- sociate membership. Graduates with higher degrees from institutions 011 Lis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 14 June 1935

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! B&B GROCERY PHONE 485 Free Dcliverv 10:30 a. rr..—4 p. n. THE LONG HORN BAR COOR'S BEER ON DRAUGHT DANCING Every Night Except Sunday Tobacco Cigars Cigarettes OSCAR FARMER, Prop. UNITED BROTHERS OF CARPENTERS AND JOINERS OF AMERICA LOCAL 1201 Meetings Tuesday, 8 p. m. City Hall Business Agent, J. C. B'alch, Phone 318-W. Financial Secretary, Bob Smith, Phone 342 J. For Union Carpenters, call the Business Agent. For Besi Results Demand MERIT Poultry and Dairy Feed RED DIAMOND FEED STORE 211 W. Main St. Mrs. Tom Inglish of Gewhitt will bo presented with two tickets to see "Go Into Your Dance,,' at the Kig Sunday and Monday, star- ring Huby Heeler and Al Jolson, if she calls at the Herald office....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 14 June 1935

HtlDAY, JUNE 14, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE SEVfN r-0- K ' 3? / H y / * yS>/' FANCY FRESH GREEN TOMATOES, Lb EXTRA GREEN BEANS, Pound - GREEN ONIONS and CARROTS, Bunch NEW POTATOES, rine, 10 pounds OLD SPUDS, 10 pounds LARGE FANCY COVJRADO CELERY, Bunch UllEt te WHERE BETTER FOOD VALUES ARE BORGER •— SUNK 1ST LEMONS, 360 size, Doz. All Prices Good Only on Friday, Saturday and Monday if "PmAIUS «J! J B «i ktc'ii) 1 lb. can 23c ~r1' ilinmirmrliBri"<irrimalinrlrf(rrir'-'' - "iimir--"iT jrr ARMOUR'S No. 2 Caps VESETGLE 241!). Bag fjfi FRAZER S ICF CREAM MIX. ALL FLAVORS GOLD MEDAL LIGHT CRUST POLAR BEAR CAN f if U "^v V SALE: m FRESH ITALIAN PRUNES, I Gal. RED PITTED CHERRIES, 1 Gal. BLACKBERRIES, 1 Gal. GREEN GAGE PLUMS. 1 Gai. 5 Lb. Can HONEY No. 2 Can HOMINY No. 2Vz Can PEACHES, Packed in Heavy Syrup PARD DOG FOOD, 3 for PREMIUM TOMATO JUICE, 2 for NORTHERN HANI) TOWELS 2 Rolls lor 25c 153 TO A ROLL HAMS cither end Sugar Cured, fit- ter Cut, sweet and lean, lb- Seasoned...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 14 June 1935

I li PAGE EIGHT HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD •• It - - 3 • fc ■ . i '• New Low Food Prices Brought To Borger This Week By rm ■M m mii PRIDF OF PERRY! ON Guaranteed, 24 1bps. House<wives will welcome the opportunity to cut the food budget by taking advantage of these new low prices on quality food offered tc them \his week by Harrir Food Store. At these pric :s it will pay you to buy food in bulk quantities. Strictly Fresh Country, Doz. THE DIGESTIBLE SHORTENING m r THE , , C/i oicc yt FRUITS ■a? y m am Vs © 0% I a £ g Giant Bars for VEGETABLES, ' J J}, Mgf tg r UfUCHT Cereal 'ii«La SwaiCw |3!b. pkg. Fresh Quality V 2 I.b. Pkg. ^?Sy C? Seedless 4 Lb. Pkg. ft Madefiotn Purest Salad Pit, Ezqqs and Spices It* lV, 1 ■„ Double -Whipped POUNC i <'luese and Date Filling Jo cup white creani cheese *4 cup chopped dates 4 tablespoons soft butter V teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons cream Mix ingredients with a fork, spread on buttered slices of bread, cover with additional slice an duress together ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 14 June 1935

I'll llfle, *alt- ^Ott- IC'ol- ;ton |Uni- 5 ton hiey. N. |Oa.; |gan- ,'es- W. ien. lorve Jther t'est- IVa.; JWil- Jlefco, [lose. |le*e, lllf.; fin, K«,' ht-op iVhil- flRlfi. the ha. fled i- Phil- Col- IcRtor. iCain- Unl- itRers J-: Ilia, fly of C.; lot tPK- New |t if ut". Col- aylor Tox : , New Notrn rro of /ash.: Nebr.; malm, iversi- Lako- a r astinsfl IoWB Cedar olleR' ollace. 'ollos<-' Stutc Kax.; nvillo. cPhot - lollege. Danin. Teach- Tex-; 'eachers South- ins ' "(I ir- ®t| FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1935 J- HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE NINE HOLT NEWS .By MRS. M. C. SCOTT jpT June 13 A large rrowil attended Sim- day school and church Sunday af- ternoon. Rev. II. A. Nichols, Spearman Methodist pastor, filled his regu- lar appointment here. Newton Holt left last Monday for his home In Columbia, Mo., where- he will attend school. Mrs. Rom Rosson and daugh- ter, Lot-one, Mrs. Sam Graves and daughter, all of Spearman, at- tended Sunday school and church here Sunday. Other visitors were Mrs...

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