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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 14 June 1935

iGE TEN HUTCHPNSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1935 Now... LOW long distance night RATES BEGIN AT P* M* Heretofore lowest rates on "station-to-station" calls were available at 8:30 p. m. Now—beginning June 1 —this reduced rate peri- od has been advanced to 7 p. m., a more con- venient hour at which to call. These low night rates are about 40% less than corresponding charges in the daytime. There is no reduction on "person-to-person" calls. As formerly, rates for these are the same at all hours. Southwest- ern Bell Telephone Co. HOLT NEWS By MRS. M. C. SCOTT Sunday school and church were well attended unday afternoon. Rev. A. F. Loftin, pastor of the Spearman Baptist church, preach- ed a splendid sermon at Holt Sunday. Scott Saturday afternoon. YVinnell Jackson was a Friday night guest of Mrs. Russell Bak- er. Ben Holt returned homo Sat- urday afternoon from Kansas City where he spent the past week undergoing medical treat- ment. His many friends wish him a speedy recovery. C. A. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson County Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 14 June 1935

5 FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1935 HUTCITmSON COUNTY HERALD hid liar |lar ar lew loll s fool K'ir- you riiiK pth"i IllKni- 18 l" May 24, 31, June 7, 14. H. J. It. No. 34 A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing to amend Sections 3 and 5 of Article 7 of the Consti- tution of the State of Texas bo • as to permit tho furnishing of State official text books free to every child of scholastic age, at- tending any school within the litatc. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEOI8LA TURE OE THE STATiS OE TEXAS Section 1. That Section 3 of Article 7 of tho Constitution of the rflate of Texas he amended so that hereafter it shall road as fol- lows: "Section 3. One-fourth of tho revenue derived from the State occupation taxes and poll lax 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 theroto, there shall be levied and collected an annual ad valorem State tax of such an amount not to ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 14 June 1935

I 4 M • |.: TWELVE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD m m CRASHERS Big Table Ladies' MUNSING WEAR KNIT SLIPS or Petticoats Values to $1.98, Now 89c Women's Silk CREPE SLIPS Shadow Slips To $2.98 Values Whilo They aJ.st V at— LikeAClap of Thunder From A Clear Blue Sky Comes THE STARTLING ANNOUNCEMENT THAT FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1935 DOOR CRASHERS / 1 i L -J. • 'J'•T-. 'vA-.- : - V \ * 'i MM?® - - / I J Women's Fast Color WASH DRESSES Values Up to $2.95 TWO DRESSES Big Group Women's STRAW HATS Most Sensational Selling Event! Hurry! Value, > to $7.bo Assorted Colors You.' Choice Big Group Wcamrn\M I First Come First Served in this Mighty Price Wreck to Sell Out to Bare Walls OWING TO THE FACT THAT WE FIND IT UNPROFITABLE TO OPERATE THIS STORE SO FAR AWAY FROM OUR OTHER BUSINESS IN OKLAHOMA, WE HAVE DECIDED TO SELL OUT THIS ENTIRE STOCK OF HIGH QUALITY LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR-AND TO MOVE IT FAST WE ARE HAVING TO WRECK PRICES ON ENTIRE STOCK. WE WANT TO THANK THE HUNDREDS OF FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS WHO H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 21 June 1935

* i t. The Hutchinson County Herald -■vA We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County VOL. 8—NO. 128 BORGER C. OF C. BORGER- STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1935 DECLARES DRIVE IS SUCCESSFUL 68 NEW MEMBER-.! y REPORTED BY CHAIRMEN PROSPECTS GOOD ROADS OVER COUNTY DISCUSSED BY GROUP With 08 new members gained mid h total of $300 monthly pledg- ed to the support of the Borger Senior Chamber of Commerce, the membership drive Is already suc- cessful and the new program of activities planned Is assured, ac- cording to reports made by W. B. Reynolds, chairman of Hie mem- bership drive, at the luncheon held Thursday at the Whitley dln- ■ Jlis room. Mrs. Doniza Hart Leave? Herald Post The Herald regrets to announce the resignation of Mrs. Doniza Hart of Stinnett, who has been a member of the staff fcr six years During her period of service Mrs. Hart has worked under five editors, and at one time she her- self edited the Herald. She has served faithfully as reporter of Stinnett ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 21 June 1935

PAGB TWO HUTCHINSON COUNTY HI PultlUhed Every Friday ■Mf ■■ Established April 29, 1926 LLOYD S. McCAN.N, Editor and Publisher EnteredFaF second-class matterjanuary TT1927, at Ae Postoffice at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March 8. ^ Subscription Rates One Year _1 $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. BORGER C. OF C. JOIN ROAD MOVE It is gratifying to know that the BORGER CHAM- BER OF COMMERCE has gone on record for better roads in Hutchiivson County. Every member present at the Thursday luncheon seemed in favor of doing some- thing and doing it soon in order to relieve the distressing situation. Attention has been brought to the fact that a few years past $120,000 in road bonds were voted by the county for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 21 June 1935

t FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1935 Borger To Form A.A.U.W. Branch l'luns to form a local branch' of the American Association of l i^ji, rsity Women were outlined meeting of 1 l women grad- uates of eight colleges ami uni- versities at the home of Mis. Don Dllley Friday morning. Mrs. A. J. Pettigrove of Whit- tenbui'g was chosen temporary chairman of the group, and Mrs. William A. Wiihanks was appoint- ed secretary-treasurer. Mrs. C. S. Goldsmith and Mrs. J. M. Kibble, who hav'e belonged to other branches of the H. A. U. W., directed plans for organiza- tion hare. Since tile fiscal year of the na-' tional group begins in the full, the women have planned a cover- ed dish luncheon and outing to be held Sept. 4 at Riverview club house. Other women eligible to national membership and associ- ate membership will be invited to attend. At this meeting, the per- manent organization will lie com- pleted. Women who attended the meet- ing Friday were: Mrs. Don Dil- ley, College of Emporia; Mrs. Roy E. Kin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 21 June 1935

ft nan is - FRIDAY;!^ T* \1 * YOUR GUIDE TO ECONOMY. THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD WANT ADS WILL DIRECT YOU IN BUYING, SELLING, AND EXCHANGE. TH ^htll llliili * il llllli*tllHIHlllitlll>*iiiliilliitn*ll*ti*niiminTnmiilTITTI111TiiTrmi7TfiTiTfTriTTr iiiiiiHT«iliiiniiiiiiiiii THEATRE I .. PASSES.. | The Hutchinson County Herald will give away = eight theatre passes each week to four persons whose = 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 FREE! Home Agent Instructs Girl Scouts * In Hostess Art And Meal Service DON'T let a bent fender or body or a scratched hood mar the appearance of your automobile. We can make it look like new. All Work Guaranteed SMITHS BODY and FENDER WORKS Day and Night Service 403 Weatherly St. For those who want safe dependable transportation DAY OR NIGHT CALL 80 For A B. C. TAX J. Two cars to serve you better. "Folks Le...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 21 June 1935

Jl- HOLT NEWS By Mrs. M. C. Scott W ■A Jane IB A large crowd attended Sunday School last Sunday. Among the visitors present were Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Womble, Irlls and James Womble, all ot Spearman; Miss J&anita Yeary of Leveland, Tex.; <Kck Eubanks of Mobeetle, Tex. The entire community was very glad to have Mrs. C. A. Batton back with us Sunday. Her Sunday School class has missed her for several Sundays. She has been confined to her bed with injuries received in a fall, but she is able to walk on crutches now. We all wish her a speedy recovery. Singing was attended by a large crowd Sunday night. Visitors in- cluded Miss Juanita Yeary of Leveland ; Jack Eubanks of Mo- beetle; Messers. U. S. and Tommie Tucker Terry of Heed. Okla.; Ira Harbour of the Pringle commun- ity; Misses Vellra and Oneta Hol- llngshead, Miss Geraldine Boiin, of spearman; and Mrs. Major Lackey. Misses Mona and Georgia Bur- leson sang a duet Sunday night. Misses Winnell and Ada Rose Jackson are to sing next...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 21 June 1935

fSpw-tf- SIX \':wm 1 -f I m\ -r- ! Cautioned Check Up On ;uritv Agents HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Eats Carry Many Common Diseases ! v Who is he? ("an .1 depend upon hi« word? Is lie regiBtered and licensed? These are the queRtioas that you should have answered to your complete satisfaction bef.re buy- ing stocks, bonds, oil leases, royal- ty or any other form of invest- ment securities from a salesman —particularly when the salesman Is a stranger. That's the advice of Secretary of State Gerald C. Mann, administrator and chief en- f rcement officer of Texas' new Securities Act. Designed to curb the fraudu- lent and crooked seller of secur- ities, the new law required every security dealer, agent and sales- man to be registered with the State. Any citizen may determine tor himself if the salesman is registered by writing to the Sec- retary of State. The records are open to the public. The State does not propi se to guarantee or endorse any stock, bond or other security. However, salesme...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 21 June 1935

FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1935 HUTCHTNSON COUNTY HERALD Holt Gro j o I GOLD MEDAL FLOUfit M WHITE KING s "8 T.N.T SOAP MATCHES * MAYONNAISE SPINACH ( 91s 10c 21c ■ a ■ il. Gran. Soap 12 IL lUIitl 1 Large Pkg 3 bars Fresh, 1 Gal •u # w fiL 2 Red Pitted 5 Giant Bars 1 Gal 10c BEST FOODS 3 box • 1 Gal. Me3. Size. No. 2 Can 3 for 5 Cans REAL FRESH No. 2 Can, 1 Can 80 oz. May Relish 1000 15s 27s No. 2 Can. 3 1 or PALMOLIVE SOUP Ij bars 16 oz. May Relish 1000 ea ps. ,Ht No. 2 Can, WlS 3 for No. 2Can, 4* 2 for No. 2 Can, 2 for 16 oz. Salad Dressing 32 oz. Salad Dressing . IS IRRADIATED jjg Enriched >aPETl with r Vitamin D 2 Pkgs. ii a: ft s 4 Pkgs. for 3 Lare Cans 20c 3 Small Cans 10c Quart Can NICE SIZE FHYEKS EACH 2 to A Customer 20c PAGE SEVEN 1 Pkg. Corn Flakes ^*Piig. Whole Wheat Biscuit 1 Pkg. Rice Krispies AND ONE PACKAGE Pep Bran Flakes ORANGES u!Is 13c CIsV largc we" VlLlLinilti 1 bleached stalk 15s NEW POTATOES 21 o LETTUCE 6s Fat and Tender Brisket or Rib, .2 lbs. m. E B wfctl Chuck, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 21 June 1935

— • rimm tlNSON COUNTY HBRAI.D .IRRADIATED Pet Milk \ \ \ \ Enriched with Vitamin D FOOD STORE btexas' The Sunshine Vitamin 1 al Can;i 3 For 22c BROOMS, 4 tie Each RICE, whole grain, 3 lbs. - SALAD DRESSING Marco Quart SALMON, select tall can, 2 for PORK & BEANS, Van Camps No. 2Vg PEACHES, syrup packed, No. 2^2 can MIXED VEGETABLES Tall can APPLE BUTTER, White House, Quart SUGAR POWDERED OR BROWN 3 POUNDS SPFflAl CANNED FOODS BellRonteVE Dei Monte FRUIT COCKTAIL No. 1 Tail Can 3 BARS PICKLES, Sour or Dill Quart Jar 15s SPAGHETTI OR MACARONI, 2 Boxes 14c PRUNES Fresh Oregon, Gallon can CHERRIES, Red Pitted, Gallon can GOOSEBERRIES, Gallon can BLACKBERRIES Gallon can PEARS, Gallon can KRAUT, HOMINY, PEAS BEANS, SPINACH, No. 2 cars, 3 for 28c 49s 43c 43s 43s GREEN 25s FREE 1 PKG OF PEF tew* PEP BSAMFtA**5 With Purchase of o pkgs oi Kellogg s Cereal i We are cooperating with the Ladies of the First Presbyterian Church on Kellogg Sale. riiuiT PEACH . '3, Pt./ RS, or APPLES lb. FOLGER...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 28 June 1935

- p« Id |i- |i& I ly. J1" | f la- in 3 Tt- |rr it- ch ■on 1 In 111- lcl fcy- >re da >n- rt- )F- *11 nd >n in Is rip The Hutchinson County Herald We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County Vuu —NO. 190 ENROLL IN HIGH SCHOOL AT PHILLIPS CAMP I PWA WORKMEN BEGIN CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDING REGISTER EARLY FOUR-YEAR PROGRAM TO BE OFFERED STUDENTS Ono hundred and ninety stud- ints have already enrolled In the new Phillips high school and at least 40 more are expected to reg- ister, John L. Mizzell, superinten- dent, told the Hutchinson County Herald Thursday. Seventy-one freshmen, 59 soph- omores, 38 juniors, and 32 seniors have enrolled to date. 40 Early registration is being en- couraged In order that we may know the number of students to expect In each course and that we may better fit the course of study to the needs of the child- ren, Superintendent Mizzell said. Four years of high school w< rk will be offered. Besides the regu- lar woik in English, social s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 28 June 1935

HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD I HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 LLOYD S. McCANN, Editor and Pub Entered "as second-class matter January 7, 1927, at fte 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 K*.:tchnson County Herald is published as a c0unty-wide paper, dedicated to the best interests of Hutchinson County as a whole, and supported by the Merchants of Borger, Stinnett and Whitenburg. taxeqTjalizationand employment Because this is such an important subject, it has become a constant source of discussion in the county. Tax equalization and tax values have no small bear- ing on employment. In a county with the wealth of Hutchinson county there is no good reason for unemployment. This is especially true as long as there are roads and bridges to be built throughout the county, proj...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 28 June 1935

I h T . -1 ! "i FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HpALD Miss Clarke Cannon Is visiting Miss Kditli Wright left Thars- \ |)AAUJ| nil/ I\TiPirkI7\TrrC DI7I7I71 A I 17H in the home of Miss Wllla Mae day for Barnsdall, Oklahoma, DUUItI UA 1 lilL/ll/lJi l 1 kJ HlJ V LJALiljJJ Johnsim of Panurn this week. where she will spend tho summer. - STORE WILL CLOSE JULY 6TH ALL PRICES CUT m OOfCK CLOSE-OCT You Can Pick Bargains AI A Fraction Of Fheir Wholesale Cost YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE! m (\\\V \ IYV ULlIj I.\/1 Value? tc $3.95 Priced tc Close Out at White Felt Hats AH New Styles Closed Out: at IN YELLOWED FILES OF HERALD Kxciting incident of early boom days in Hutchinson county are re- vealed in yellowed flies of the Hutchinson County Herald, the first newspaper to he published in the county. Some of the high-lights of 1926 and 1927 are included in the fol- lowing headlines: Oil Well Showers ISusiness Dis- trict. Cars on Main street cover- ed with oil. Windows darken * and cushions and uphol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 28 June 1935

t:< : fl 8 0 cj * 1* b. ii I tJ b a ir si P li Ji ol ai n> \v a e tl P \v ol d: t Y h. R 01 ai Zi 01 si w in I* se B ei M st Spur Official Explains Advantages Of Home-Owned Utility Companies; Describes Establishment Of Plant ualg; knowing that they did not have a franchise to operate in Spur, yet in face of this fact they paid the enormous sum of $147,- count rat©, and f>urier advised that should fail tenant them a franchise th«H W6 *wld never i have a lower rite thi^ 15c per EDITOR'S NOTE: Borger has long been interfuted In city- owned utilities. At the special election to be held on July 1, citizens will consider an amend- ment creating a Municipal I'til- ity Board, which will place any Utilities owned by the city in the hands of its business men and out of polities. The follow- ing article* explain why Spur, Texas, owns its own utilities. By L. K. BURROW Superintendent of Utilities Spur, Texas A municipal plant is built by the people to provide an abundant supply of Wate...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 28 June 1935

Friday, june 28,1935 hutchinson county herald page kll I ■ 1: *> YOUR GUIDE TO ECONOMY. THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD WANT ADS WILL DIRECT YOU IN BUYING, SELLING, AND EXCHANGE. fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitniiliiiiiiiiittfliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliriiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiii iiimiimiiiiiiiiiiimiM THEATRE PASSES.. FOR SALE • I The Hutchinson County Herald will give away eitfht theatre passes each week to four persons whose 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. = 11 u' n n 11 nij u< n 1111111111 h 1 n 1 1111 h 111111 m n 1 n 1111 u 1 n 111111111111111111111 h 1111 m Rent a new Singer vacuum or sweeper to clean your rugs, furn- iture or automobile upholstery 25c per hour. Phcno Wllbanks at W5fi. Two tickets to see George White's "Scandals of 1935" will j he given Mrs. 10. P. Stock if she : calls at the Herald office. The show ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 28 June 1935

7AI1-- — Sft..' m cle, I tlun, HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1935 FRIDAY in a tuueh <>f thickets. jlnwitaR nearer, luiwevsr, see ng tl-.o tamp was arouse thnt (hoy we re i4ts"ov«red, Horse-; xv .'in defcn on all sides before they withdrew out of i-lose 11: r: circling around in every direc- tion, some approaching on horse- liuck and some on foot. A few braves, confident in their supcr- (pontlmied Kram pngc 1) i iority in numbers and embolden ir,e rcW m. tt.tli^uiri thorn ' fl • * the Budd.nness of the at-i in tack tried ti for 1 - open the doors, and break down the walls, but to I illu) no a all. Tin substantial build-1 'tju, nss refused to yield, whila the, Indians gave a mighty war whoop "re on the defenders sent ) ♦ " * s . . many an Ind an to his happy i anft (inr on u i'.i irg,-, driving uunt;nK (.rouml nil the loose ptock in l'roivt of ' ° them, apparently t > add confus- Ind an l,< Hra\.\ ii n l.o flin s on \ Savages Htcnn Camp vv ., „,(,re splrn- rnnt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 28 June 1935

FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE SEVEN m & H r (0 && & f fc B 1 It's very important that the amendment creating a utility hoard be passed. Therefore vote "yes." A utility hoard can do a lot of good in protecting tte citizens from excessive util- ity rates. iBr SCRATCH "NO" THE PEOPLE MUST C01E OUT HI8H UTILITY SATES JOHN R UNOFFICIAL BALLOT SPECIAL ELECTION HELD IN THE CITY OF BORGE.R, TEXAS, July 1, 1935 Shall Section 93 of the City Charter of the City of Burger, Texas, be anu iuk d as proposed by or- dinance? (To vote for the amendment scratch out the word "NO" and to vote against the amendment scratch out the word "YES.") Shall Section 121 of the City Charter of the City of Borger, Texas be repealed as proposed by or- dinance? (To vote for the repeal scratch out the word "NO" and to vote aganist the repeal scratch out the word "YES.") , Mayor t t M'CLELLAND I A. THOMPSON J. A. ROBINSON LL0Y5 S. M'CANN City Manager QOL. H. KNIGHT

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 28 June 1935

V 0 ■■MB ' HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD KIDDIES AND GROWN-UPS TOO, enjoy shooting fire- wprka and we are going to give away fire crackers FREf beginning Saturday until the Fourth of July. Comevin to our store and buy your week's groceries and with each dollar purchase we will give a nice package of "Loud |Slast" Firecrackers. Take horae^a package of firecrackers—you'll certainly nake the kiddies happy, and it'll cost you nothing. FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 198S FOOD STORE § BLUE BARREL c SOAP FLAKES ?& 6 Giant Bars for... BORGER, TEXAS } ■ *A 6 Giant Bars 25c MEAL GREAT WEST 5 LB. BAG msra m 16 oz. Loaf ^ f. GIANT PKG. "Made With Milk" Pullman Loaf _.§c 1SURE-JEIL DEL MONTE SPINACH. Fancy Pack, No. 2 Can DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE, Crushed or Sliced, No. 2 Can WHITE OR COLORED Lb «33 MA-CMS ^ A {«•*•*■* \ V- i I ' -— / \J - " MAPSHMALLOWS - j COFFEE Del Monte Pound LIPTON'S FREE GLASS WITH EACH PACAKE i/4 Lb. Pkg. THE DIGESTIBLE SHORTENING CM CTcnif v"'-Nice jM/jhiift and Tender, 1 Lb. i SAUSAGE ppo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 5 July 1935

The Hutchinson County Herald We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County VUU 8—NO. '60 UOKtiER-STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 5, T935 MANY VISITORS IN BORGER FOR FOURTH EVENTS Road Project Help Offered By Pampa CELEBRATION STARTS WITH SUNRISE DANCE Cooperation of the Pampa jun- ior and senior chambers of com- merce has been promised the cor- responding civic groups here in re- gard to developing a road to Fritch and Sanford, according to Monte Wolford, Jaycee president, who I visited Pampa recently and talked to civic leaders there. RODEO FEATURED "Both chambers of commerce at Pampa offered us every possi- „ . . . . ,,, , ,, .... v ble asistance." Wolford said. BALL.< CLIMAX FIOL D ^"Leaders suggested a joint lunch- PACK.ED Yjr|IH eon lo discuss the project in which ACTIVITY i both towns have an Interest. ' Sherman White, Gray county A crowd estimated at 10,000 or attorney an(j chairman of the more people thronged into Borg 'i good roads committee for both early yester...

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