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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 21 November 1946

"hursday, November 21, 1946 THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Page Five Cake Flour SOFT-AS-SILK PKG. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW rpur the CORN FLOUR Niblets Vac Pac 12-oz. Cans 2 For AT YOUR FAVORITE PANHANDLE ASSOCIATED GROCER TURKEYS ZW//eve f&i Gold Medal 10 Lbs. t-f /ft 7%e FAIREST PRICES +4*0* 'tS JIMt |g INJOY SOUP tj) UNTIL GIlG R j$-2G-27 HAr^NG DAY to I Quantities (E3YING I INEY /# STEAK GROCERSkoast CHEESE ROAST SAUSAGE SHAW & HOLCOMB GROCERY 103 North Main ♦ Phone 1911 • * Va *•"- * - ,A+Jr- i ri* * * v. '*■- J WHITE WAY GROCERY NO. 1 | 323 Sout-h Main Phono 481 McCORD BROS. GROCERY 618 South Main Phono 616 Sirloin Lb. Boneless Rolls, Pound 5-Lb. Package Pork Loin Lb. Pure Pork 1 Lb. Roll 55 OSTROM-FITE GROCERY Phillips Phone 650 ~ f' ? 1 v - jr v -x:«• We Have Plenty , Of OYSTERS AND POULTRY w "«* 1. n ''-Vc , ■ 34c HOLT'S FOOD STORE 806 North Main Phone 455 ■ wrnm^rnm^ •<w' - ' •; . M & B. Bra 23c .> • ^ t f LATIMER GROCERY 708 Maple Road Phone 413 41c * 19c re3...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 21 November 1946

Bobcats Invade 5# dium Kickoff At 2:30 P. M. In Grudge Contest By JACK ROBERTS News H rald Sports Editor Out of the chutes in conquest of their eiqhth victory of the season tomorrow afternoon will come the bulldoggingest bunch of Borger Bulldoqs ever to represent the local higji school to be matched against the Childress Bobcats of district 2 AA. I The kickoff j* sbted for 2:30 p. m. in Bulldog fltadium. And Borger i« expected to have Its hand* full from the very *tart If the Bobcats receive the ball, for in that Childress secondary stands a little Dizzy Dean of football— Tim Jones—who can toss a pass ps quick and accurate as a vet- eran waddy tosses a lasso around a yearling. ■ On The Sidelines.. sr. ■. • Page 6—Borger, (T«xas) Ntwc-Htrald—Thursday. Nov. 21. 1946 Figures Don't Lie, But That Does Not Faze Hoople's Predictions By JACK ROBERTS It might be interesting to note yearling. that TCU's Horned Frogs have That feature alone will make not won a single game on the road the Bobca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 21 November 1946

PHI*' A mi natch Dai '3 ! Phillips-TuSia Playoff Game To Be Played at Tulia Nov. 28 Toss of Coin Location of Tilt The Phillips Tulia bi district playoff game in Class A football will be played Thanksgivinq afternoon ct Tulia, it was announced this morninn by Lee Johnson, superintendent of Phillips schools. Site of the game was determined last night by the toss of a coin at a meeting of the officials of tho two schools held " ! |r A Weldon Humble Is Chosen as 1 Lineman of Week Page 7—Borger, (Texas) Newt-Herald—Thursday. Nov. 21. 1946 Five District Crowns On Line As Class AA Enters Home Stretch Uy HAROLD RATLIFF Acs* dated Press Snorts Editor Five district championships arc HOUSTON, Tex., Nov. 21 —(/P>— Weldon Mumble, Rice Institute nuard, who did everything against the Texas Aggies last Saturday a loot ball coaclw dreams that his Kuards should do, today is the "lineman of the week" in the weekly Associated Press pull. good a time as any to sugeest that 1 bowl contracts be extende...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 21 November 1946

Poge Eight THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Thursday, Novcnibcf 21, 194^ k SffltSjif Be Here When The Doors Open At 9A.M. For Values Well Worth Coming A Long Distance For! LOOK! _ LOOK! LOOK! Men's and Youth s Sport Coats Jackets AND Excep In new Good $14.75 to or* LOAFER tionally pall«n* ' range COATS. smart *tyl« and col- of *•*• $18.75 value*. Boys' ' flannel Robes U^.'. 8l"' to 16. Reg. $2.98 Vals. Ladies' and Men's luggage SPECIAL THESE ARE JUST PART OF THE MANY SPECIAL SAVINGS BEING OFFERED Ladies' Dresses We offer only d email lot of ihece outstanding buy*. Beautiful new styles in assorted colors and stylet. Values to $22.75 Ladies' Pajamas "Sparkling Maid" rayon crepe pajamas in blue, yeliow and tan checks. Values to $5.90. Ladies' Hats Over J.00 new fall styles in a grand selection of color*. This lot include* every new idea in thi* season's smart headwear. Values to $10,90 Vj DRAMATIC REDUCTIONS! LADIES' COATS "Junior Miss" Hoisery Beautiful 42 and 4S guage in small leg styl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 21 November 1946

Pag* 9—Borger, (Ttxas) Newt-Herald—Thursday. Nov. 21. 1946 Mount Logan, with nn altltud? 19.U50 feet, 1* the hlghcM moun- Inin in Canada. Husbands! Wives! Want new Pc-p and Vim? I'hnUNiiufi of wfrik, wtirn-out. ■■MMtrd vulrlv twain,- limly UU'ln iron. < . !*■ vim, viUlitv. «rv I >■ ' -r. Tonitf *l«l'lrtj today. < iron vim. t «>. iiwv r*« t|f .r |* ti; l«u\iummlli. IUi dtliKhi* I urinonry (mm. At all good drug storm everywhere— in Borger, at Cretney Drug. BOYLE'S gdUimit NEW YORK. Nov. 21— (/P)— Looking back today on fifty tui- UuUnt years of newspaper work, Oswuld Garrison Villard, dean of American liberals, said quietly: ••Id do it over again. If I had aiy lile t<) live over, I'd go into journalism isfiain. There is no pro- i'e*Mon liko It. It offers the great- o.st opportunity a man can find I to servo his country and advance I its welfare." At caventy • four the bent I scholarly editor finda preaant ! dav American newinapera po- litically fairer than those o« his y...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 21 November 1946

I I ■Br-:* B I I ■ B k I | fflll ; tat •'■«' ■ I j 11 1 i . „„ *«'*;, \t v*" °°\\m- y ,, U * ll*" . J. O. PtNNKV CO.. INC FRIDAY SHOP PENNEY'S Women's COATS 15,00 25.00 Women's SUITS 17.00 25.00 Women's SKIRTS 2.00 3.00 5.00 Children's SNOW SUITS 5.00 6.00 7.00 Girls' Winter COATS 12.00 Women's SLACK SUITS 13.00 Girts' Foif SKIRTS 2.00 3.00 Women's Smoit SWEATERS 2.00 3.00 Women « ZELAN JACKETS 4.00 Children's BLOUSES 100 2.00 P«H* iO—Borger. <T«x ) News-Htmld—ThuricUy, No*. 21. Ili4b Sociology of Occupations' To BeTaugM-it'P1 AUSTIN, Tex.. Nov. 21— Time brings changes in a lot of things, —even occupation a, and the Un- iversity of Texas is doing some- thing about it. "Sociology of Occupation." —a new course,—will be taught for the first time in the University's spring semester by Dr. Walter Fi- rcy, assistant proiessor of sociol- ogy. It should be of especial inter- est to students who expect to be business executives or enter tjie personnel administration or voca- tional guidan...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 21 November 1946

& t • I P&go 11 - Boxgor, iTexas) Newt-Herald—Thursday. Nov. 21, 1946 Cryde Price Increoss Applies to Louisiana HOUSTON. Tex , Nov. 21—i/P<! -fixe Texas company announced yesterday that in^joases of 10 cent# per barrel i'.J the price of1 crude utl --uid toy them would ap- ply to fields in Louisiana, Colo- rado. Wv ^niinu and IMiuoi.s fields! from which it purchases. Thi<i is the first of the current increases to auply to Louisiana producers. The company earlier anonnced thai ii would meet the increase in Texas, New Mexico. Oklahoma, Kansas and Montana fields. Three other companies announ- ced from here they would meet' the 10-cent price hike inaugur- ated by Sun Oil Co last Sat- urday. ' FOR SALE A Real Nice Home • 8 Rooms and Bath • Venetian Blinds p Plenty of Built-Ins P Basement • Floor Furnace |) Largo Cabinet Also 3-room house with bath on back of lot with rock wool insulation. Both houses go together Would consider trade-in Expense Is Issue In Berthing Ship Blast...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 21 November 1946

WAA Chief Wanls Pipe Lines Sold To N. Y. Company WASHINGTON, Nov. 21—i/P)— L Gray Marshall, 5Shi«f of the War Assets administration utili- 4iscIo ed Wednesday l' <*ausc he does not consider any of them as bringing a sufficient re-, turn to the government. The line1*,! built during the war to transport ; petroleum from Texas to the ea^t, coast, cost the government ap- pioxtmntely $147,000,000. Their •nipraided value has beeti set at $113,700,000. . Marshall told the committee, which i« holding hearings on WAA's plan* fai disposing of the lines, that his recommendation was subject to stipulations which Pag* 12—Borger. (Taxas) Naws-Marald—Thursday, Nov. SI. 1948 ■ he <nid deigned to protect ■ rccomm<*iuiea fceimic; sT.m.nnm^i i Uttle inch pipe line* government* mteiehts. Ofl, I nc., of New York I Earlier Rep.*W; Her <D-Pa) told ' T *:<■ | the committee that in his opin- Thc witnentf told the House Sut I ">" l-ittlejohn's rejection of the I lu< Psroperty committee t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 21 November 1946

>ago 13—Borgor, (To*««> News-Herald—Thuriday, No*. 21. 1141 [nutson Predicts lliminate Special Drive To Benefits WASHINGTON, Nov. 21—VP)— attempt in the next oongreae | eliminate the special tax bene- [ : enjoyed by citizeni in the com- linity property states is foro- 'ii by Hep. Knutson (R-Minn). The veteran representative, who II head the tax-writing house ys and means committee, told a jorter there is little indication iv whether the move will sue* personally am in favor of iding the laws to put all states 1 an equal basis," he commented |an interview, adding: "The way it works now the |.<sidents of the community roperty slates are saved from aying a great deal of taxes Ihich are assessed persons Oi lentical circumstances in the ther states." community property sys- which was handed down rough Spanish and French in- ence on early settlement of this jntry, is in force in Texas, jisiana, California, Washington, jho, Nevada, Arizona, New hxico, Oklahoma and the terri- fy of...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 21 November 1946

THE BORGER NEWS-HERALD Published at 205 North Main Street. Borger. Tex«« •▼•ry T Bin ♦xcepi Saturday. and on Sunday mornino by Panhandle Publi hin Company. Inc. Publinhert. J. C. Phillip* _ - — Cdiloi and Manage! On* Yeat . - —— i*2S Six Month* _ J-? Three Month* Month WMkly M Entered ai acond-cla mattar November 23. 1926. at tha Po i Offic* at Borgor. T *«a under tha Act of March I. !•" The Attociaied P« it eacluitTely entitled to the uaa ot repub!' :aiior oi all 4. >>«tcli«e credited to tt ot not otharwisa Page 14—Borj-r. (Taxaa) New*-Her aid—Thuriday, Nov. 21. 1941 I* _ <"11J nil l 8t echo an oil wel1 spacing i en-1 ear-uia un <*«• c^m ®°un,y ,that ,h® been in litigation for nearly a dec- Suit Completed It overruled A. P. Carr's motion * for permission to file n mnndamim — petition seeking to force the rail- AUST1N, Tex., Nov. 21—(/P)— road commission to review his ap- The supreme court Wednesday ap- plication to drill nn oil well on a parently closed the door on the ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 21 November 1946

ri 1—SPECIAL ROULES iTI\6maN'S Oarage no\v buKincw. General auto r< work guaranteed. RooMWtlt St., f'hoiw l(i03. PAINTING" 17—AUTOMOBILE t"dyv ii—boigvt. Ciwkdk) Ni-wk-Hwiald—Thurkday. No*. 21. 1 S*4b All Klai -Mp ton luxe. ti irwn iiuui ft? I K and p*perh n«inc any- where In county or near Borger. All work guarantwcl. Call for free e*U- mate. 1122 N. wipatherlj. Phone Ms-W 305-lfllP I'lANO TUNING and repnlrln*. Grad- uate tuner. Reference*. Phone liHXi-J. Travis Duitivli. :i<M-6tp "Moficr Fir «tono • Permanent - Antl freeze ?:50xi7 •- !« tire* 5:50xl« and VSOxlT tire* 7:00*16 l-Dly tlre 6 50x16 and 640*15 tire* All •!*•( truck tire* and tuba* On* 2-whoel Trailer Jimmle Wllbank* on Sllnnatt Hln^way MT-ltp MOVING iltiuteholr. coodi and*fumi- lu .iny plan*. For Information call 102. Bruce A Son Tran sfer and Storage. 1.1)11-Siilc PHOTOSTATIC COPIES, Buck and white. and Bluaprlnt work ot all type* I day nervlco Phona S — Offlca Supply Houia. 228-dh WE REPAIR all make* typewriter*...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 21 November 1946

Page Sixteen THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Thursday, November 21, 194 A * I | PUMPKIN PIES Delicious Kitchen Fresh EACH FRUIT CAKES, Lb. $1.25 MINCE MEAT PIES Old Fashion Home Style EACH ORANGE CAKES, each 89c for the Jf?cst AT McCARTT'S USUAL EVERY DAY LOW PRICES!! These Money Saving Prices Good November 22 Through November 26 CONVENIENT PARKING LOT! ORANGE JUICE OORTMEAII COFFEE TOMATO rr: GLOVES " L CORN PORK 9N 2 Otf Appip SAUlK 91 f it Cans AI X UU Our Favor te, No. 2 can 01 It IITC8 A Ptirc Iu'd WotMl' Halves t\t\n wl I hALnLo Freestone. No.2> > uU ADAMS 46-OZ. CAN 20-oz. m Folger's i ,.. * K ^ Aunt Jemima Cream Style No. 2 Can it Beans, McGiath 3 121' SPINACH ,33c ORANGE P| A||V) PURASNOW rLUUK<A" 10 BAG SHREDDED Chei-Boy-Ar-Dee SPAGHETTI POP CORN DATE WHEAT, NBC—2 for DINNEK, Serves 3 or more 12-oz. Can & Nut Loaf, Dumbarton Oaks, 12-oz. can 25c BEANIE 33c OATS 15c MILK 39c CHILI WIENIES Van Camp's 3-Minute, Lar«e I'kij. Bordens, Tall Cans— Ellis, No. 1 * t. Ja...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 November 1946

WF ATH E R WEST TEXXEt Fait, slightly coaler except la Panhandle ar.d South Plain*, this aftor- noon and tonight Saturday (ait. tuinq temperatures. ®t>f&tt Jfetus -Hefal& ★ THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD * Borger News-Herald Circulation Dept. Phone 82 Other Depts.: 6 and 7 Vol. 20—No. 309 NEA Service Associated Press Borger, Texas, Friday, November 22, 1946 (Eight Pages Today) Price 5c .<L Lewis Accepts Summons Without Comment* W. C. Womble, 73, Who Settled Near Stinnett "In 1900, Dies Thursday Portrait of a Panhandle pioneer is draped in sadness today with the passing of William C. Womble, 73. familiarly known to friends and acquaintances as "Uncle Carson", and a real dent of this section for nearly half a century, who died at the family home in Stinnett Thursday morning following a short illness. Born in Bosque county, Texas, Feb. 7, 1874, Womble ^ moved to this county at the turn of the century and the pages of history of the great southwest are replete with h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 November 1946

Page Two = • m ; m A J >.md I v I ftl U| —mm—mmmm III mmm * rf I 1 I . I I n 4 . Blackbum-Shaw-Brown Funeral Home —« Flowers PHONE 555 Whiteway Grocery Dan Alexander—Karl Bennett 323 South Main 324 North Harvey Wicker's Radio Service "YOUR MOTOROLA DEALER" 3rd and Hedtfecoke Phone 1131 Carson's Garage GJ4.C. Trucks—Sales and Service 405 East 10th Phone 197 Paul Potter Agency "INSURANCE" #10-11 North Main Phone 14 Alamo Ports Cr Machine Work* "Jlor« r's Newest and Vitmf Ml n. rtl, Main Mwiw 40 Snutk ihot> hrh'wn I'm THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Spirit oj XTri anksgivinq Wi ■wiWv'ii: ' i '• .. .. -.i-frsV: if* wmm 'F^T " ' ' ^ J w'Jra-x'.v lasBwi!' sCw? • j ;sSf- >■'' Jl I;, M. i- ■vm i P* 1 ; :v"' jmSStS: | 1 ■ Wmm& i ■■ , , £>. U--M i J • ^ I 1 - Thanksgiving Day is a symbol of the earth's abundance and the goodness of God.' In token of cftir appreciation of these thin3s, we set aside this day as a period of special thanksgiving to God for all that He has provided ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 November 1946

1946 40P i , ^Womcm'b. (Paai First Baptist Celebrates Covenant Sunday Page 3—Borger. (Ttxu) News-Herald,—Friday. November 22. 1946 | Petrolia Chtk %||H Has Meeting In a tynkal autamotivf c«m- i nny office, where 1147 people work, approximately 250 ton* of nt.per are consumed :innuall.v, the iquivalont to (12.500.000 sheet# it*.- ize of ordinary typew riter paper. . «rwv *TT^V*YTv*n«WV * '?00t+* 3 £ r \j \ C~; that reaches wherever it is needed attentive to tho family's expressed and unexpressed needs. \uWUil 2W£c£n&. B ORG E R PH 5J3 T f X AS Kitchen windows and curtains were demonstrated by Miss i Thompson, Imme demonstration : agent, it a recent meeting of the Petrolia Home Demonstration club in the school auditorium. Next meeting of the club will be on November 2", when pluns fcr the Christmas party will be made. Members are urged to nt- i tend. i Mr*. L. F. Maree and Mrs. I Pierce, hostesses served refresh- ment* of pumpkin pie with whip- ! ped cream, and coffee. Attending w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 November 1946

Ptyf 4—Borger, (Texas) Newt-Herald—Friday, November >1. 1946 FPMC Edges Buff Texas Tech Frosh 50 to 46 Declines Bids To Bowl Games Striking late in the final quar- ter after the Stume hod been nip ;ind tuck all the way, the Frank Phillips Mens Club last night re- lied on towering Dalbert Barron and Jumes Dtwey for n pair of field noals to deicat the West Tex- as State Teachers College fresh- men 50 to 4(1; Jim Baker and Dick Checks- field shared high ]>oint hooom of the R; me 'or the rPKC, banking -n 13 points each, while Kitcne «., was ttjb sharpshooter, fcir-thovlsi- tors wjJkb 12 points. While Coach Dick Weeks took advantage of reserves to give his regulars a rest, personal fouls eliminated Kitchens. Sammy Ma- lone, and Haberer off the Buffalo freshman team and even varsity player and coach of the frosh, .lank Decker, had to don a untioi.., in the final period. FPMC (M) ig. It pi. pit. Walter, t 8 * * " ChcclwflfM, I —. 5 Barron, e Dixon, g Dew«y, | Thomai Walker Beavers 'M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 November 1946

Page 5—Borger, (Texas) Newi-Herald—Friday, November 22, 1141 Real Radio and Refrig- Hardeman; Phone Army-Nolre Dame Nusial Named To Play Again Most Valuable Al Los Angeles? In National Loop FOR SALE A Real Nice Home • S Room* and Bath • Venetian Blinds • Plenty of Built-Ins • Basement • Floor Furnace • Large Cabinet Also 3-room house with bath on back of lot with rock wool insulation. Both houses go together Would consider trade-in TERMS Located at 116 West Wilson Shown by Appointment Only JACK WALLS 715 North Main Phone 626 LOS ANGELES. Nov. 22—W>— Los Anseles, still seething with in- dignation over the Coast confer- ence-Big Nine closed shop on the Rote Bowl excluding Army, ap- peared determined to bring the Cadets out here, one way or an- other. The city council yesterday in* . vited Army and Notre Dame to I play a rematch of their recent scorelcss game, and Councilman Harold Harby said both institu- tions seemed receptive to the bid, witn an answer probably forth- coming tomo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 November 1946

THE BORGEB NEWS-HERALD Published ■! 20S North Main Street. Bora«r. T«ii •▼•nr wctpi Saturday, and on Sunday morning by Panhandle Publiihin Company, Inc.. PuMiihrrt. J. C. Phillipi . Editor and Maaapt On* Year i"*® 8ix Monthi - ***#► «.-<«,«« Thrn Montti — M Month . ——— 7™——.U' L'nicred as second-class matter November 23, tttl. at the Por Office at Borger. Te*« under the Act of March I. IW The Associated Pre i« ®«clu*i ely entitled to the #w ot r#ptt cation of all ^Upa>rK « credited to it or not otherwise Page 6 Be r- Texas! News-Herald—Friday. November 22. 1948 THE NATION TODAY ruled that the Clayton act did not exempt labor from the anti-tru? provisions of the Sherman act. F federal courts continued to issu- injunctions against labor union.* At last congress in 1932 passed —-— thr. Ncrris-LaGuardia net — a very Bv JAMES MARLOW famous act in labor history—which WASHINGTON, Nov. 22 —</P)— put a stiff limit on the use feder A court injunction <order> to pre- al courts c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 November 1946

. i 40 •. 4 I * V * ♦ i* + 9 I—SPECIAL NOTICES HINDMANS Garage now npen for huaineM General auto repair. All work guaranteed. Rootevclt and Cedar St., Phone 1603 3U5-6tp PAINTING and pnperhantfing any- where in county or near Horger. All work guaranteed. Call tor free enti. mate. 822 N. VVcatlterly. Piione 518-W. 305-tetp PIANO TONINO ami iop;iinm; Grad- uate tuner. References. Phone MKKi-.i Travis Burgctt. . ..gQifcV Fireatone - Permanent - Anli freeze 7:50x17 l-plr Urea 5:50x11 and S:S0xl7 Urei 7:00x11 l-ply ttrea 6:50x16 and (50x15 tire* All sliei ruc.« tirei and tubei One 2-wheel Trailer Jlmmke Wllbankt on Stinnett Highway 307-3tp MOVING- -llouaeholu ^otuii. and iurnt- nire any place For information call 11)2. Drucc A- Son Transfer and Storage 30.1-2(1 tc PHOTOSTATIC"COPIES. " Mack and white, and Blueprint work oi all type*. 1 day service. Phone $ — Office Supply Hou e. 221-dh WE REPAIR all make* typewriter* and adding machine*. Phone S for prompt and guaranteed service. The Off...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 November 1946

I—Borger. (Texas) Newi-Hrruld -Triday, No emb r 22 1C4S Km Penned Prom Alhambra Community Br clecTtom terry Novel nbw is here with her sunshine. lier cloude, her bluett" . i'd hvr Thanksgiving; A real Thanksgiving for the privilege o. being n "Ti'xican" it) the Pan- handle of Texas in a world a; ; penoe—or can you c-cvll It a world f.t pence even today? Thanksgiving will brine home the students from the rollegc. It will also bring two weddings i>( young people who ""pent their childhood on Nubbin Ridge. Merl Harlan will bo married i it; Fort Worth on Thanksgiving, day. Your correspondent will h;.ve the bride's name for yo > next week. Merl I* the *on ot Mr. und Mr*. |, L. Harlan II, and hv been out of the army tor about a y*>u. At present he i attending a tract# school in rOti V. orth. Nolle ftoaoh, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. B. R. Moore, will be mr. tried to Jack Aldridge of Ainarillo on November 27. They vill make their home Jn Amarillo. Nolle'* approaching marriage \y®« an...

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