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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 July 1935

p p- '-t , p E potm __ I HfPilPS HUTCttiNSON COUNTY HERALD $fp • v->-virr " . - , FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1935 New Merit Plan FTltt To Open At Rig Theatre Sunday Proves Sflccess For Boys' Group Strike up the laughs for Will Rogep*' new fun eyelcne, "Doubt- Ing Thomas," opens Sunday at the Rig theater. You'll hold your sideH us Will tries to hold his wife in this rib-rocking story about a thunder-struck husband and a stage-struck wife which was adap- ted from Qeorge Kelly's stage hit, "The Torch Bearer's." Reports from other cities have audiences rolling in the aisles of the theaters at Rogers' new wise- cracks in the role of a simple, home-loving sausage manufactur- er. win se calm world is tossed In- to a turmoil when his wife, Millie Hurke, goes theatrical. She ap- pears in an amateur charity show and if the Rig theater audiences hold on lo their seats, it will lie more than audiences in other cities have been able to do. You'll laugh your fill when Mil- WELCOME NORTH PLAINS VISITORS ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 July 1935

tfRIDAY, JULY 19, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE SEVEN wmam YOUR GUIDE TO ECONOMY. THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD WANT ADS WILL DIRECT YOU IN BUYING, SELLING, AND EXCHANGE. * THEATRE .. PASSES.. The Hutchinson County Herald will give away eight theatre passes each week to four persons v.'hose names will appear in a paragraph on this page. Read this page carefully, ei«ht passes have been awarded this week. You might have been lucky enough to receive two free passes. = iiiniiniiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiniitiiiiiiiiiiiiinnuiiniiiiiiiuiiiiniiiniiiiiuiinniiiiiiii ■ I. Vacation Time TAKE ALONG PLENTY OF FRESH KODAK FILMS We Develop Films IVAN ALDERSON STUDIO 407 N. Main 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. AH 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. TAXI Two cars to s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 July 1935

Ill" III (I Ine J to Ind JtlT Ind la It ■uis n «-<i •'TWW^ PAGE EK2HT FRIDAY, JULY 19, mm ( I Uvuh ntrm#/ concealed Illumination, which pro- duces soft, nonulaiins light. It is a fundamental principle of modern design that equipment in tied in with the decorative scheme ' itself for walls, floors, or cellin 4 1 MODERN HOMES ARE SIMPLIFIED COMFORT AND BEAUTY PROVIDED IN DESIGN The smart originality of the modern interior with its spacious- ness and ultra-simplicity, when carefully designed, produces a happy combination of comfort and lasting beauty. Having pissed through the ex- treme period which attends any new departure, modern interiors today are becoming increasingly popular because of the many con- servative and interesting effects that can be obtained from such treatment. Aside from the actual beauty of modern design, the utilitarian fea tares appeal to the modern house- wife in particular. The modern >'"oni is easily ' leaned and kept clean. The trend toward spac- iousn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 July 1935

my ■ ■ ill! FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE Nil Our Greatest Offer We are glad to join with the merchants o fBorger in offering bargains that will make it profitable for citizens of the North Plains to come to Borger to trade. For 7 days we are offering our greatest offer on Firestone Tires—Explained below. We invite Borger citizens to take advantage of it too, but the offer postively closes in 7 days. FIRESTONE TIRES -CHECK THESE PRICES $ 21-4.50 19-4.75 18-5.25 $5.15 $5.45 §6.45 OTHER PRICES IN PROPORTION. WE MEET ALL COMPETI- TORS' LOWEST PRICES LEAKPR00F TUBES Sealed against air leakage to give greater mileage. 1.40-21 ) 4.50-21 £ $2.45 4.75-21) batteries * First Choice For Safety and Blowout PROTECTION ■ Hn OSS On All Tirestone SENTINEL Blowouts arc caused by infernal heat resulting from friction between llie cotton fibers. Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires are the only tires made where every cotton filler in every cord in every ply is saturated and coated with rub...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 July 1935

J; 1 I It I NEWS Mrs. If. I: Sttndleo returned from l'lalnvicw where she has Iippii vlsttlnft her parents for the past month. Mlsa Alma Groves, who has been Btaylhp with Mr. and Mrs. Orleu BoRt'ri. moved to the home of lit?I' grandfather, It. K. Groves, this week. Miss droves expects to be with her grandfather indefi- nitely. Mr. and Met-. Dick Maddox ol' PvingT^ wer* visiting with Mrs. MaddoX's' tilreitts, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Canibern. on Monday. Bill Larkey and Lester Chris- linn were in Pampa Monday trans acting business. Mr. and Mrs. El win Larkey and Mrs. .1. .1. Stuttler left Friday for Grind Junction, Colo. Mrs. Stutt- ler has been visiting her parents for the past several months. Claude W'atkins of Pampa was visiting In Stinnett Monday. Mrs. Vern llnderhill of Phillips and her sister, Maxine Callwell of Kotan, visited Mrs. U. S. Vincent and Mrs. Taylor over the week end. Mrs. Underbill and Miss Callwell are nieces of Mrs. Tay- lor. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRJDi\Y, JULY 19, 193...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 July 1935

FRIDAY, JULY nUTCIIINSON COUNTY HERALD 135 g*3 1 m <>1 j8U I J:, JfffN M Us ■ t > r m ill in f •? ii -S 1 -j «. m II ■ 11| IJ8 1- This Is Your Chance to Cut The FOOD iwEW u r JULY 19 TO 26 C01E MO SAVE SAIE OF mmu goods tf5' SPINACH KRAUT. 4 HOMINY, No. 2 Cans TOMATOES cans 18 of can ran Medium Each Small PEAIS SAUSAGE VIENNA POTTED MEAT CORN Gallon No. 10 Leader 4 bars cans cans PAGE ELEVEN Bulk, Good and Fresh, 3 lbs. ORAHGES COFFEE LAUNDRY SOAP TOILET SOAP PINTO EEANS Bars bellow or Wliite pound Good Working Gloves, Pair 2 I lis. ONIOIS GLOVES HERSKEY cocoa SWEET PEA PRINCE ALBERT vanilla EXTRACTT**" wax iJOLL paper 10 lbs. 5 lbs Talcum Powder Can 8 oz. 2 pkg. 4c VINEGAR TzZT 10o CARNATION FLOUR 25c CORN MEAL lis CORNFLAKES 12c HOLLED0ATS 15c COOKIES 15c K 6 48 lbs 24 lbs. 25c $1.95 99c 41c 22c Large -package FIG BARS. GINGER SNAPS, 2 lbs. BAKING POWDER 50 ounces At the meat counter where quality counts for more! You'll find reasonable prices, always, at the HAIDY meat c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 July 1935

7t ' -1'" PAGE TWELVB 1 1 " | ,'W '—I Household Linens 1 Discussed Before Council Members 5 t "When quilts and linens are to be made for the home, it Is Just as essential to have good ma- terial as it Is to have good work- manship," Mrs. R. E. Hagan told members of the county council of home demonstration clubs held Saturday at Stinnett. "Quilt designs should be rest- ful to the eye," Mrs. Kagan con- tinued. "Candlewick bod spreads should be judged according to color and design." Other important points con- cerning bedding were brought out in Mrs. Ragan's report of the quilt and linen show held recent- ly at McLean. The date for the Hutchinson county fair was set on September li and 7 at Borger. Announce- ment was also made of the Trl- State fair to be held at Amarillo on September 14. Equipment Bought Miss Luci'e Chance, county home demonstration agent, an- nounced that the commissioners' court had purchased a cooker and tealer for the county. The equip- ment may be checked out fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 26 July 1935

* The Citizens' Welfare Always Kep<! In Mind he Hutchinson County Herald We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County Borger Needs More And Better Roads VOL. 8—NO. 33 BORGER-STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1935 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY LOCAL COUNCIL TO BE FORMED BY GIRL SCOUTS AMARILLO LEADERS INVITED HERE TUESDAY TO MAKE PLANS TROOP PROGRAM FOR YEAR WILL BE OUTLINED Steps to organize a local coun- cil will bo taken when the Girl Scout Loaders' Association holds a very important meeting at the Girl Scout house from IS to 5 o'- clock Tuesday afternoon, July :!0, officials have announced. Mrs. Roy Culluin of Amariilo, a member of tlie National Girl Scout organization, and Miss Mar- garet h Chesmore, Amariilo Girl Scout executive, have been invit- ed to meet with local leaders to assist with the organization. All communities having more than 100 Girl Scouts are entitled to the local council form of or- agnization. The number of coun- cil members is dependent upon the numb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 26 July 1935

PAGE TWO ! >t . Iff r'T ri' T< •? \r T"Tf .♦T!>TT HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 LLOYD S> McCANJN, Editor and Publisher Entered as secomTclass matter"January 7, 1927, at Ate 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. WONDER HOW IT FEELS TO BE HUNGRY We wonder if George Cain, relief administrator, has ever known how it felt to go hungry. Cain says that the relief situation is well in hand. The fact is that there are many people in distress in Borger who are not receiving relief from Mr. Cain. Several churches are keeping up a great number of famili...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 26 July 1935

FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD YOUR GUIDE TO ECONOMY. THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD WANT ADS WILL DIRECT YOU IN BUYING, SELLING, AND EXCHANGE. 1111 it 111) 1111111II11M11M ti niTni 11111111IIII i II THEATRE .. PASSES.. The Hutchinson County Herald will give away eight theatre passes each week 1o 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. = iiiiHiunnniHi iinuinn iiiiiiuiiii iiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiiii hi i i iiuiiii iiiiiiihiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii niiiiniiiin FOR SALE 1 Newspaper Staff Asked To Attend Writers' Session progress at College Station has been extended i lx- Hutchinson j County Herald staff by T. O. Wal- ton. president of Texas A. and M. College. il. II. Williamson, director of iter of tin- Yoakum Herald the extension service, will give the give th. viewpoint of a daily B. Moore hi Hay City. On Tin sdav afternoon the w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 26 July 1935

* HOLT NEWS (By Mrs. M. C. Scott) July 19 Rev. H. A. Nichols, pastor of the Spearman Methodist church, filled his regular appointment at Halt Sunday afternoon. He. preach- ed a splendid sermon for the children. Mrs. Owen Pendergraft, primary teacher for the Holt Sunday school, arranged a very interest- ing program for her little folks Sunday afternoon. The congrega- tion enjoyed it very much and is looking forward to another special program soon. night. Charlie Rosson, our presi- dent, reports that he Is well pleas- ed with the crowds and the inter- est shown. Among visitors who attended Sunday night were Mr. and Mrs. Appleby and son of Perryton, Miss Lois Stephen of Wichita Falls, and W. S. Terry of Reed, Ok la. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Nellson had as their week-end guests, their daughter, Mrs. Appleby, and Mr/| Appleby and small son of Perry- ton. Several visitors attended Sunday school exercises Sunday afternoon. They were Mrs. H. A. Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Womble, Irlis and James Wo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 26 July 1935

r, JULY 26, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE CLOSEODT PRICES—BORGER'S GREATEST FOOD EVENT DAYS, FRIDAY & SATURDAY S^cio.e Monday ijqjCQC) Kssk * <■<: A lw rl*p! BHjgLi u'c: □Xr yV.W :r> s kl 4\ .44s l ;«. JICE, As Long Ac Stock Lasts | ■ .rogep.sh PLATED • m, LVER |M BRK | mly 25c| lonc 3-lb.| wrapper :: lb l r.' Wl,. / pupy G.'^AN0/ 10 POUNDS Pure Cane \ fOR jK&;8 &W.1 Pe- lb, ccst 21c. BLUE BARREL 1 SOAP ■' flakes 5-ii). Pkg. =:->c- YAy ? if x v .•.J *i ■■" «&*£svt, Yi" sT: y---* % K Jd** " CLOVER- BLOOM Limit 1 lb. to a customer 19c O Either kind, Percolator or Dr'p— e satis* ing's Jt nunc1 2 pounds 29c 57c vinegar Bulk, Gal. i>S H * SALAD DRESSING W-P BRAND Pint Quart 19c 29c k ft SEEF ribs yuvm W. Li- KX . .Nice Meaty Pound silf LIVER Cut Fresh, Lb. tk STEAK V-'V !5g?^8 EXTRA SELECT CUTS Armour's Stamped ¥ A Treat for Steak Eaters! HAMBURGER, Fre:h Ground, Lb. 12c IEEF 19AST SAUSAGE, Pure Pork, Lb. It LARD Pt're Hog, Fresh, Lb. 15c Choice Delica...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 26 July 1935

HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1935 It (ICES MOTHERS P THEIR BABIES AT HOME ; , i "" — - — Mr«, Jokn S. Reilly, Mother Of Seven- Sees Girl Scouts As Willing Helpers To Harassed Homemakers. mill) r 'the wheat grown- f>ti fal- lowed soil. It wuh found that there hud been very little change in the wind velocity duripg the last 10 year average. The highest average annual dally wind velocity on rec- ord at Goodwell, Oklahoma, was £.84 miles per hour in 19 2.r> and the lowest was 7.15 miles per hour in 1934. A baby's piaefc Is in the horw; in the opinion or Mrs. John S. lieve"hel. KiV(, Uel. Heilly, mother of seven, raili a dozen others which would re rest or free- dom, if she could be sure that her lecturer, and author of the re- he,per was )(4UaUie. rently piihlislied. much-debated "Commonsente for Mothers." "Nursery schools may be necos- sary, but that does not mean they are desirable," said Mrs. Roilly. who is no admirer i 1' the institu- S UV mothers have no time lo ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 26 July 1935

*£ Y T T- ,V[;• r *•"> • i "r i FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE tf)VEN ♦ By Helen 1/OuIm* Montgomery Telephone I (Mi Miss Frances Hubby Weds Mr. Hampton Attractive In detail whs the; wed- ding ceremony of Miss Frances Hubby and Mr. Bryan Hampton, at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the First Christian church of Borger, with Reverend L. O. Byerly of- ficiating. The bride was very lovely In a white satin floor length gown with a bridal veil. She carried a beau- tiful bouquet of roses. The bridesmaid, Miss Helen Crepps, wore a pale pink crepe ! dress, with a queen Anne collar. I Holt 4-H Club Plans Fair Entries Tri-State fair contests open to 4-H club girls were explained to ■ the Holt 4-11 club members by ^iss Luc.ile Chance, county home demonstration agent, at the last meeting of the group held at the I Holt school. | Miss Chance told the girls the kind of jars and lids to use and the number of jars for each pro- duct. She also demonstrated the use of a pressure c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 26 July 1935

fl£jp$r. FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD STAR BRAND ALL LEATHER WORK SHOES .98 Men's 1.50 Quality KHAKI SHIRTS 99c 2.98.3.98 STAR BRAND STYLES TCIH SAWYER SHIRT SALE SIZES 6 TO 14 NEW GOOD PATTERNS A regular $2.98 value marked very special Misses, Women's WHITE SHOES EXTRA FINE BROWN A 98c Value! w MUSLIN Extra Fine Finish White Nainsook Usual 15c quality A special mill purchase. Or- dinarly sold for 10c a yard and more. Ten yard limit. None to merchants. FINAL LOW PRICE 1 . <****: ' i**-. -I .u . ■■■Ill III BUI'IB I HHI 'IIHII IHWIIIIIHHIIP IIPIPMIRM END MONTH CLEARANCE SAL Prices That Will Not Be Duplicated ■ Values That Set New Bargain Marks Making Early Clean-up Of Every Summer Item - At The Deepest Cut Prices Buy all the Dresses you want and you won't Spend but a trifle—at these prices! Special, Mens Work Pant Blue or Grey Covert 5 - 4 1.59 AND 1.98 DEL RAY PLAIDS, FLORALS PANTS Q Q NEW 1.95 NELLY DONS SHEERS AT NEW 2.95 GEARGIANNO SHEERS, SPECIAL BOY'S PIN CH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 20 May 1938

OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF VOL 11—NO 24 STINNETT EX AS. County Herald H '8 W( ThMtr* Bid*. Phone 1M INSON COUNTY AY, MAY 20. 1938 EIGHT PAGES TODAY PUBLISHED EVERY PHI DA V Farmers To Begin Poisoning Hoppers In County Monday Forty-Five Tom Of Poison Bran Available At Stin- ■•It Mixing Station With the unloading of nnother carload of bran aud «odium a in- génito at Stinnett the tore.part of this week the supply has now reached 4fi tons of bran to use In combating the Rrasshopper Infes- tation In the county. Clyde L. Csrrutb. county agricultural agent, said yesterday. Matching the 46 tons of bran with an equal amount of cotton seed hulls by the farmers. lift county will have 90 tons of ma- terial for the fight against the Insects, which will probably be sufficient to control the Infesta- lion In the county. Carruth said. Hopper Ktght Begin* Monda)* Carruth said he Is planning to meet uext week with I he various communities and begin distribu- tion of the poisoned mash to scatter the bait o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 20 May 1938

• * $ mm PAGE TWO HUTCHINSON COUNTY HKRALD FRIDAY, MAV 20, ly.-jJ JURY LIST FOR JUNE TERN OF COURT IS GIVEN Juinr fi.r tli«« .Inluí l#rm of district court at the lluuhliw nun County CouithniiMi nt Still uett wfrc nnnotiiiccil loflny The ti-rui begins Jutti* 6 on I' - ÜiHt week, which I* non-jury. The iKMMttd beginx Moudity. Jutif 13. Mi rom ii«mod fur till* HwoihI ar«: J. K. ttprln**«r BorKt>r; C A VVIlsun. Stinnett: K K. Mar- tin, Borfer: .1. H. Dowel), Burger W K AMiuii, funford; .lark RaiiKttx. Horner; Marvin Stone. Boner; Carl llorton. Hurgar; I< H I'm te: huh. Uorgcr; 1. A Wo- if.*, Border; J K Hyilci•. Border: Daniel sheet*. Sllnnett; .1, O. Vin- son BiMvor: I<ej Hoard. Xkelly. towu Tiloma \ Bauteh HorK<'r: K I) Boyd. Burger; Paul l<ogn. don. Horger; Hill Be illicit, ftor. ger; Cdrdon Herraclier. OeWhltt: K l( Martin. Sanford; J. I) Dun. can. Hurgur; B. V. Willis. Whl'i leer; K. \. SnHclle. Borgcr; E. I. Hennon, Borger: John (iocs, While Deer: J. W. Smith, Borge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 20 May 1938

i wMm ... SljP/Y' MÁV 9n i9;íg p W®íM rr'lkw •iwi&;riU:'°' ¿¡M . .„ , EMfm HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD May 11 go 2T mmuvv t HM.K thk htatk of tkxas COv,r.T,y..0r HÜT('H N'SON TIiui T « IS HK"K,n l'IVBK That by virtu* <>r „ , i,„. cutlon with HUI „f , 0#( tiWU<Mj out of the Honorable District Court of Hutchinson County oh the 10th day of May. i a3s. i,y ,h<. Ti MÍ.TI(1 ('ou" ful lht '<m ' f'v,s Hundred Two and ao.luu Dollar* and coata of Hllj| under Bxecutlnn, wiiii Hill of rom in favo, of Phillip* 1'etroleuni c0. in n «•«•iialii ciutu" In Knid Court. a(M,# d styled Phillips 1 ,.. troleuiu Company ik ('tydu it Noll. placed in ,„>■ hands for sei vlct . I, liun II Hardin . a« Sheriff of Hutchinson county, Te* *. <li«¡. on the iOth day of Muy. 1 « :ís levy on 00,.alt. R„a) KHl0te, h{u Ul'.ted ill 11III ( hlli-suli t'oiillly To* "*■ described „« follows. to.wlt; l.ots Twelve «1 j 1 ttnd Thirteen i|]| |„ „lll(, y Twenty. Hl.\ ,# , and One in and Two 12) )n Hloek Ttnn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 20 May 1938

i " pri ;..l . ,u . .'■■'1 . ' ¿i-vil í';•. ■:'. -i.-" :-.--í - '/■""•;.ÍÍ:T ■ ■; V- . .':■" I HBm|:': HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY mm I Mrs. Hugh Cypher Is Elected President of City Council of P.-T. A.'s Mrs. fieyer Is Vice-President Of Organization Heads P. -T. A.' MrtK Hu*h Cypher wun clwipil ini-Mtli'iii of the Oily Council of PiirenMT<>*rh*r AnsoeiStlontt In lioikof ii< a meeting in ih<- Hor- tr*'i it|0h ssliool .v«-8tor('«y feft«r. noon Mr*. C^iiher I* the founder of l .Jr. A '* In HorRor Other official tmimil arc .Mrs. B. B. Oe>t*r _vl<iis.president, Mr . O. 8 Vineyard reenrdlnR secretary. Mrs. 3BE >t Bmllh, treasurer and Mrs George Cory. corresponding SScet^jJ, Thw'fiominailnB esmmlttw wim pr>in of Superintendent W. A Mttlmaah. Mrs, K. B. Ueyer, rron Chapman and Mm. ihltte* of Council itjr Council of Parent I "I1C Weather 1 y P.T.A. Honors Junior Grads At Banquet ft , - ■- ■ ■' Annual Breakfast Ends Music Club's Seasonal Affairs Over tOo (ciii'His ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 20 May 1938

Hi 20, 1938 . JL« c. i„ «onk C. L Soné Announces Candidacy For Position Of School Superintendent C. L. Hone, preaant itiperltitmid- 01 l oí HUiuu'lt •cliool*. hu ttU. thorUed the llutehlnnon County Herald to announce litn candi- dacy for (he position of county school aupartntKtidoui 0f Hutch- inaon County li| u statement to the Herald, Soiif uld, "I have served In the public schools of northwest Texas for the greater pan of my Míe. receiving iuy appointments from the lifcartf* of trtistees, und there. fore have nut held. In uiiy sense. n political appointment. "Now, 1 am uskliiK for un of. flee to he filled by the direct vote if the people. 1 prefer to think of It, however, us «1ft, for It he. stows an honor and expresses it coitfldeuce lu the efficiency und the Integrity <>r the person chosen to carry on lu the Interest or the people, ir I should be so honored. I would want It said that such Kood fortune had not come to me through political trickery, propa. ganda or unethical...

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