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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 5 July 1935

HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Stmt* ^pril Published Ev«ry 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, 1&79. Subscription Rates One Year $1.50 Six Montjjs : 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 cpH ... , i ■ Hutchinson County as a whole, and supported by the Merchants of Borger, Stinnett and Whitenburg, City Commission Grants Frai^hise To E. L Lahtrofi do that role. "But Bette Davis proved to the satisfaction of every EtigilBh read- er and screen lover that she could. She was perfect, both in the cock- ney speech and cockaiy manner, 'yet, I understand, Miss Davis i never has been in England. An ordinance granting' E. L. Lantron a franchise to distribute natural gas In Borger was passed by the city commission at Its first reading at a meet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 5 July 1935

FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE THRHE HOLT GROCERY and MILLER MARKET WE WONT BE UNDER SOLD ORANGES ^::J y lc ONIONS, fresh, 3 bunches for JQc CARROTS, A-l, 3 bunches for 10c 'RADISHES, 3 bunches for 10c LETTUCE, firm solid heads §c LEMONS £* 21c ONIONS, New Bermudas, lb 4C NEW POTATOES, A-l, 10 lbs ]9c FLOUR 24-lb. sack Gold Medal or Polar Bear 93c Fresh Country, Doz. 21 c SPECIALS ARMOUR'S TALL CANS MILK Sc TOMATOES, No. 2 cans, 3 for 25c Matches 3 for 10c FAMOUS WHITE SWAN COFFEE, lb 3Qc and 1 pkg. White Swan Gelatine Free. HAMS, sugar cured, either end, lb 21c STEAK, fresh and tender, lb jjjc ROAST, Baby Beef, fat and tender, lb Ylx/it PEANUT BUTTER, fresh fgc Lunch Meat, Macronia, Pickle, Minced Meat 20c CHEESE, Longhorn, No. 1 Full Cream, lb. I8V2C BEEF ROAST, boneless, nice to slice, Ib.__.f9c SPARE RIBS, fresh and meaty, lb. BACON, Smoked, lb 21c HENS - FRYERS -- FISH - BRAINS BLACKBERRIES, No. 2 cans 10c PUREX or HY-PRO, Qt. bottle 1§c Salad Dressing ZT4 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 5 July 1935

HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1938 FRI Nation Must Restore Purchasing Power Of Farmer For Prosperity, Congressman Marvin Jones States EDITOR'S NOTK: Highlights In speech of Hon. Harvin Jones on the A. A. A. Amendments in the House of Representatives, June IV 1083. Living thousands of miles apart, producing an infinite var- iety of crops in widely separated areas, the farmer has been hedg- ed about by organized groups on every side. Had there been no legislation in behalf of these groups, hhd tljere been no regu- lations of commerce," had there been no trade barriers and no monopolies, the farmer would oave needed no legislation. 1 sub- Scribe to the doctrine here and now that we ought to have a tar- iff for all or a tariff for none. Standing on a deal level with every other citizen, the farmer could have fought his own bai- lies, protected bis own Interests, and carved his own nii'he in the affairs of our common country. BOND ISSUE NOW FOR FRITCH BOAD DECIDED AGAINST BUT ...

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

FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1935 Contest Started For Improvement L Of Farm, Home " COLLfiGE STATION A <>n- tcnnial Farm and Home Demon- stration contest directed by tho Texas Extension Service and spon- sored! by the Dallas News and the Sefni-Weekly Farm News for tho purpose o£ recognizing improve- ment in agriculture and the im- provement and beautification of rural homes lias been announced' by O. E. Martin, Texas Extension director. Prizes amounting to ap- proximately $2500 will be award- fid the winners. Any Texas farm family living on a farm or ranch, or in u town or a village of a population of ! not more than 2500, oil a dosig- | liated Htute or federal highway, i may enter thn contest by register- J ing with the county farm and ! home demonstration agents in the I county and working under" their supervision. The house must be | on the contest property. Registration cards can be ob- tained from the county agricultu- ral or home demonstration agent. They must be rilled out p.nd re- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 5 July 1935

PAGE SIX HOLT NEWS Mrs. D. A. Jackson had as guesta on Thursday Mrs. Dan Jackson and Adu Hose and Ruth Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lee and daughters. Ruby and Wanda, shopped in Borger Wednesday morning. Mrs. Dan Burleson and children was Spearman visitors Saturday afternoon. Miss Ruby Lee had as her Mon- day afternoon guests, Misses Vel- ica and Oneta Hollingshead and Miss Geraline Bolin of Spearman. Mrs. M. C. Scott and Mrs. Tom Hollingshead were shopping in Borger Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stewart and children were in Spearman Satur- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Burleson had nx their Thursday dinner guests, Raymond and Dorothy Nell Scott. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lee had as their Wednesday night guests. Mrs. Ferral Lee and children of Stinnett. Raymond Scott made a business trip to Spearman Thursday after- noon. R. E. Lee of Spearman transact- ed business in the Holt commun- ity Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Owen Pendergraft was shopping In Spearman Saturday afternoon. Russell B...

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

I 1 FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Wk- m\ 159YEARS Of Independence Search the pages of history! Where among modern Nations will you find a Government that has endured as has ours? THANKS FROM JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE In behalf of the Borger Junior Chamber of Com- merce, Monte Wolford, president, wishes to thank the people of Borger and the civic clubs who have so gen- erusly contributed to the success of the Fourth of July celebration. "People here have demonstrated the finest type of cooperation," Wolford stated. "We were glad to have such a splendid crowd of people from Borger and the North Plains here to help u? celebrate." HARRIS GRO. & MKT. WHITE WAY GRO. & MKT. E B MISAMORE GROCERY PIONEEP AUTO SALVAGE MACKS GROCERY P & B GROCERY & MARKET HAIDY GROCERY & MARKET WHITE HOUSE GRO. & MKT. HOLT & MILLER GRO. FURR FOOD J. B. SOMERS GRO. & MKT. H & H GROCERY JIM'S GRO. & MKT. SMITHS GRO. & MKT. * SANE-WAY FOOD MA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 5 July 1935

HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1935 but it kUln initiative." Mrs. Cy- pher believes. CYPHERS' VISIT TO AUSTRAUA|-~S^r P Cypher said. "Lots of young peo- Activities in connection with the jnR emergencies when floods caus-j1''6 are ou' of w°rk, and have no- celebration of the Centenary of ed disasters along the coast, .'hing to look forward to." Melbourne aud Victoriu weie >pwe|ve women worked at top Australia is a very sporty coun- bern, Miss Madelyu Miller, Miss OF 'ClfKAP FOOB' June Kelley, and Mrs. I). Hawpef — of Stekoll Camp. Mrs. Hill was a I Spearman council member. I MlH' Myron Oilman was hostess highlights in the ten months' visit, of Mrs. Hugh F. Cypher and son. Hugh, Jr., who returned from Australia Tuesday. While in Melbourne the Bol'g- tins visited at. the heme of Briga- dier-General and Mrs. J. C. Stew- art, Mrs. Cypher's parents. Of special interest was the offici- al opening of the nine months Centenary celebration by the Duke of Gloucester, Mrs. Cypher s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 5 July 1935

FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1935 Woman Is Honored As She Reaches 91 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD ily of Welnert. I M'; """ Mls' 1,e|,man McMa-l Desdemona, Mr. and Mrs. Hill mi" \/ MlM' Rodwlne, i Smith of Dumont. Mr. and Mrs. 1,188 verna Mao Loving, Mr. and Will Undley of lJesdeniona, Mrs. rbo was Ml years old. Ninety- "two guests were present. They were: Mr. and Mrs. Newt Knonce o/ Uesdeinona, ('nil Cannon of Go- ree, .Mr. and Mrs. Karl Marlin of Petersburg, Mr. and Mrs. 10. B. ronton of Knox City, Mr. and Mrs. Gub Brown of Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Harvev li'town and fam- of Monday, Miss Novia Dudley of|over for the dinner. Club Woman Makes Unusual Furniture PACE NINB family of j Horton of ! she * w y :?rty ,WaS g,Ven m' ' Moore " « daughter, I John Brown of Monday, Mr. and Mrs Walter Thornton at OoreelMr. and Mrs Billle Moore and Mrs. Mack Read and Jus Sunday In honor of her family; Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Thor-' Dun.ont, Mrs. M. A. nonon o. f rowpi I Jkj^her, Mrs. Betty Davenport, ton and family Mr -in,i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 5 July 1935

t fr 1 • -Tnr ■ ■ HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1935 - %v YOUR GUIDE TO ECONOMY. THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD WANT ADS WILL DIRECT YOU IN BUYING, SELLING, AND EXCHAN GE. *4' **: THEATRE . J P ASSES.. The- Hutchinson County Herald, will give away eight theatre passes cach 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. inHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii_iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iimiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiii)iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 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 i- f * \ I CALL ^ 80 For A B. C. TAXI Two cars to serve you better. "Folks Let's Get Taxi Minded" Cliff & Red FOR SA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 July 1935

VOL. 8—NO. 81 HYDRANT WATER SPECIMENS SENT TO LABORATORY SOURCE OF DISEASE MAY BE IN CITY SUPPLY We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County BOKGER-STINNETT, TEXAS, f TO DAY, JULY 12, 1935 MANY COMPLAIN PUBLIC WILL RECEIVE NOTIFICATION OF ANALYSIS S!x specimens of hydrant water token from different parts of the city were sent to the Mate lab- oratories at Austin for analysis Thursday, according to Dr. .). W. Head, city heajth officer. Since many residents of Borger are complaining about dysent 'ry, diorrhea and similar diseases. Dr. Head and city officials considered ii wise to have laboratory tests j\ade cf the water to determine liether or not it Is impure. The public will he given the benefit of the analysis as soon as a report is received front Austin, Dr. Head stated. If the analysis Is returned in time, the Hutchinson County Herald will make the re- port in next week's issue. City Bookr. Reported | In Excellent Shape —— I "Everything was found in splen- did shape,"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 July 1935

HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALT) FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 LLOYD s. McCANN, Editor and Publisher ad as second class matter January 7, 1927, at furthermore, if they are to be taxed on less than ten per cent of their actual values while the poor, man is taxed on one hundred per cent of his actual values? 8, 1879. TRI-STATE PRESS „ , i'he Dibrine Quints now have 18 teeth between ice at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March! them. When those five mouths are ready for the tooth- brush, it'll keep 'em guessing whose is whose."—Harry Jaffa in his "Daily Observations" column in the Roswell Morning Dispatch. **♦#** "Spring fever makes dullards of us all, but even that tired fever of May and June is as boundless pep com- pared with the lassitude of July and August. When summer's heat is at its height, leisure becomes a neces- sity rather than a luxury. . . Leisure is expressed in July and August through various forms of doing n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 July 1935

HUTCHINSON COUNTY HBRAtt) Pari-Mutueh Iso&e Fight in New York Legislators in twenty-nve States that have adopted the legalized forfn of betting known as pari-mutuels still are wondering how and why New York State passed up a million or more in revenue when the Senate turned down mutuels and left the Held to the book-makers. The Literary Digett reports that the better element on the turf in New Tork and elsewhere is happy at the outcome. fkuhnas....about mu amm Last Year's "Take" From Parl-MulueU California $339,213 Washington 149,060 Florida 625,291 Ohio 135,796 Maryland 863,269 New Hampshire 656,629 Rhode Island 812,414 Kentucky 223,903 Michigan 580,000 'Texas 553,265 Illinois 545,670 4 Mutuels a Menace Mutuels in New York, these people point out, would soon end thoroughbred racing all over the United States. They admit that betting lu the pari-mutuel machines has not ended racing In other States, but they say that they see the end coming: New York, minus mutuels and the all-co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 July 1935

ipiflmip THAN AUSTRALIANS To nMt what Preaident Roose- velt h«a termed "a pteat national need," a National Youth Adminis- tration has been established to of- fer unemployed youths "their chance in school, their turn as ap- prentices and their opportunity for jobs." The project is planned to uti- lise the enormous potentialities of American yvung men and women —to see that they gain the train- ing they need, to provide recrea- tional facilities for them, to create Jobs so that they can at least par- tially support themselves, and to hunt for proper opening for them In private industery. Government hell) of this type will add much to the lives of American young people, who. have always had many more opportuni- ties than the youth of other lands. "Young people here do not real- ize how fortunate they ar as com- pared with those in Australia," says Mrs. Hugh F. Cypher, who ht" just returned from a ten- months' visit with her parents in Mel be urne. "The Australian youth of today If badl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 July 1935

■ I f A Refreshment There once wti an angler named Clay, Who frightened the fi h far away, Till he coaxed them all near With our wonderful beer, And now he get# ninety a day! • © • Crisp, refreshing meals. Quick energy. That's what you want with summer meals, and that's what you get with healthful beer. Feast your eyes on the golden color. Watch it sparkles as the deep collar forms. Then taste it! There's a refreshing tang, a flavor that makes it belong with the best summer meals! and for HEALTH Doctors tell us that valuable mineral ele- ments lost through perspiration should be replenished during summer months. In this wholesome beverage these elements take heir natural form, quickly restoring energy and making a valuable addition to your diet. Try it together, for dinner, and order it often. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR BORGER WHOLESALE BEVERAGE CO. BE PREPARED FOR BETTER DRINKS Discriminating diners are driving to Black Hotel Coffee Shop. . . . They've found a per- fect combination; goo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 July 1935

HUTCHINSON COUNTY HEKXLET FYnlnrai H-l Di0 ! Her dancing. forgetting that he l/QtOlCv ***' _ ' had «mwj written a vicious rev'iew Starred At Rig ibo^t Vim girl. plendi Parrel, who plays the "In ChII«iih-,'* First National's" P ft of the blonde menace, will latest musical offering with 0o- frot BiVt' Pat "P. tfntll sVe dlscoV-' lores Del Rio and Pat O'Brien in ers that his -employ**. piayod b^ the stellar roles lifts been book-! F'lward KVerett Horton. h is more i'd for the Klg theater beginning nvouej Leo (!arl!lo is the rascally as a Satutilay night preview. Bus- uncle ot MtSs Del Itio. who tries by Berkeley, -famous creator of to profit by tl-e entire transaction, screen spectacles, lias staged three Others in the cast besides Phil big Song and dance numbers en- R<-S8|H and Winifred Shaw, in- titled "lu Calieute,-' "Lady In clvde Dorothy Dare, I.uls Alberni. Red." and "'\tnchailia." George Humbert, William David- ln the latter number Phil ft '- son. Hurry Holmin, i^ulPdad Jini-...

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

? • .:.t i 'iV :: « ■V FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1935 ~ HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Id Ik. Jn- | I r" pk ■I; |n- YOUR GUIDE TO ECONOMY. THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD WANT ADS WILL DIRECT YOU IN BU\ •s .s i s I m ,5 THEATRE .. P ASSES.. The Hutchinson County Herald will givr :twti.v 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 horn § awarded this week. You might have been lucky enough = to receive two free passes. = iiniiiiniiinniniiiiinnniniiniiiuunininiiiiiniiiililiiiiiiiUliniHjii!Milll!'l||"||i!l'||l|ljlilllliL ■ p<'i- hour. Hot and cold water, i 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. Helpy-Selfy Laundry, west oC Masonic hall. Mrs. i)<jlia Staten, manager. I STAG Bills For those who want safe dependable transportation DA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 July 1935

tites your meals must be -.essarily cold foods but reshment and relief from 11 serve plenty of fresh meats that are not over- icken the palate to enjoy- Ham Mounnc 2 tablespoons gelatine 4 tablespoons cold water 2 cups cold stock 2 cups cooked ham, finely ground 1 teaspoon salt 2 tt)' spoons prepared horseradish 4 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce :)ash cayenne; dash ground cloves Vi cup mayonnaise 1 cup whipping cream. Soften the gelatine in cold wat- r and dissolve over boiling water. Vdd the. stock, ham and all season- ngs except mayonnaise. Fold the nayonnaise into the whipped ream. Fold the mayonnaise mix- ure into the ham mixture. Turn nto a mold. Chill until firm. Un- nold. Garnish with carrot cups tilled with vegetable salad and sprigs of water cress. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD v '■' ■ '• ■; We invite you to read over the recipes we list on this page and we feel sure that you'll find helpful suggestions for meals dur- ing this hot weather. You can appreciably cut down the food bi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 July 1935

Dedicated To the Home And Homemaker The Hutchinson County Herald We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County 7,000 Circulation Over Borger'® Entire Trade Area VOL. 8—NO. 32 BORGER- STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1935 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAf BORGER IS NORTH PLAINS TRADE CENTER residents from nearby towns arrive here in few minutes; city proves natural outlet o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 (J o o Highway 117 Connects Stinnett, Spearman, And Leads To Other Neigh- boring Towns o Production Credit Groups Announce Increased Loans ASSOCIATIONS DOUBLE BUSINESS OVER LAST YEAR Most of tin- production credit associations in Texas have niorf loans on their books at the lialf way mark in 1!1.'15 than were niado towns are numerous farms and '''"ling the entire year of 19.54. and a number i f the associations have more than doubled their vol finie of business this yeai. This Slitt ated in the center of the 1'anhandlo with trade flowing in from every section, Borger is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 July 1935

PAGE TWO HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 LLOYD S. McCAN.N, Editor and Publisher Entered as second class matter January 77 1927, at their land and chattel, in many cases, while the giant oil companies are taxed on less than ten per cent of their true values. The editor asked Mr. Huey: "What is the actual per cent of true values, within the law, that you can j issess?" "There is no law that gives the tax assessor ford, Borger; L. H. Patterson, Borger; i£. B. Crocker, Borger; R. H. Bledsoe, Stinnett; and J. H. Dunaway, Stinnett. j v'k0: toe Postoffice at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March ;:he rif?ht to, Place valuations less than) 100 per cent," j 8 1879 1 ^ answered. — : — ! There is a rumor that one of the big companies,! Subscription Rates under fire in the matter of tax valuations, would refuse One Year $1.50 to pay taxes on more than the "less than ten per cent" Six Months 80c rendition that they have enjoye...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 July 1935

ler. ips, ('( II Laii- lisiy- Id fel hill o in FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD City Will Install New Traffic Signs New traffic signs will be in- stalled at crossings and turns in jtolrger In the near future, aecord- to Lloyd S. McCann, city man- ager. A number of new rubber "Stops" and "No Left Turn" signs were found stored away in a ware- house near the city hall. They will be put to use immediately in the city's campaign to improve traf- fic conditions, McCann stated. Hear Ye! Has Any One Seen Roosevelt? i Ha: anyone seen a black and white Boston bull? I Postmistress Davis at Whitten- burg notified police Thursday that her dog is missing. He answers to the name of "Roosevelt" only. If anyone finds "Roosevelt" please get in touch with his owner or call the Herald. Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Standlee and children went to Perryton last Tuesday, to attend the District Adult Workers Institute. Miss Flora Foreman, returned miss- ionary from Africa, gave a talk on the living cond...

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