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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 1 February 1935

r ' P1OT F0OT CLUB WOMAN MAKES UNUSUAL RECORD FOR CANNED PRODUCTS HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1935 9 r>u No. 2 caiis chili and Tom Inglish of Oulf-Ge- Mr*. whitt club has not only filled her pantry with canned products hut has helped her neighbom, ac- gording to Mfures given to Miss Lucile Chance, county home dem- onstration agent. Mrs". Inglish has "canned for her funtils use: 78 No. 2 cans tomatoes. 15 No. 2 cans okra. IS No. 3 cansgreen beans. 9 No. 2 cans Swiss chard'. 20 No. 2 cans turnip greens. 19 No. 2 cans peas. 15 No. 2 cans sweet potatoes. 8 No. 2 cans vegetable soup. J 1 quarts pears 14 quarts dessert peaches. 3 quarts peach preserves. 3 00 quarts plums 66 quarts grape juice 9 quarts beet pickles 10 quarts sweet cucumber pick- les. 7 quarts sour cucumber pick les. 7 quarts bread and butter pickles. 5 pints pepper relish. 7 pints cucumber relish. 8 quarts chow-chow. 64 glasses plum jelly. 50 glasses grape jelly. 12 glasses jam. ■r.O glasses grape marma...

Publication Title: Hutchinson County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 1 February 1935

I I * I FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1935 ir HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD EARLY DAYS AT COUNTY SEAT RECALLED BY PIONEER FAMILY PAGE FIVE !i\' MIIS. IJOIv'l/A HART Mr.\and Mis. J. K. Early of Stinnett, who arc opening up tho 3aurt Cafe one half block of the courthouse in Stin- nett Monday, are Stinnett pio- neor.s iri the true sense of-the word. \ The -family muv'ud to the couii- tyfieat frpm Fountain. Colo., in 1926, andl opened the Home Cafe on Broadway in Stinnett on Oc- tober 26 ot that year. The eating house was managed by Mrs. Earjy, while her husband whh employed at tli<? Stinnett I.liui- bel- Yard. He afterward worked for the Fox worth Galbraith Lum- ber Company in the east part of the town, near where the Rock Island depot' how stands. "Ulien we came here," Early said today, "there was nothing much about us but space." A little gas for coofcing accommodations was available but when at inter- vals, this was unavailable, the big range was heated up with coal and meals were served on sch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 1 February 1935

•ilp^ PAGE SIX HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD T* *n—1 ! __ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1935 ,v: £% ■B ■Bi We have disregarded the cost on every piece of merchandise in our shop. We are moving to our new location, and must clear our shelves and racks of as much of our stock as possible. Don't be afraid of these seemingly im- possible values. . . They are exactly as represented to you; . . . They are made possible only through the circumstances of our moving to a new loca- tion. OVAL SAL ip 1 m m Our Entire Stock Winter Merchandise, Including C0IITS m DRESSES mm W Dresses . . . some of this year's most popular models. . . Representing the latest in smartness ... in quality . . . and at these prices, they're irresisi- ible! Come early! n .,•,, • ... lv , VALUES TO $19.59 One Group oi Lightweight woolens For spectator sports . . . street . . . business . . . and practical wear. Dresses that have everything. . . You'l'I gasp at these beautiful models. . . HOW $4.95 Some of the season's smartest styles...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 February 1935

m w 'f V V 9 U mmm mmmmmmmrnrnm JSfm ■'■ *■ " '■ •' -; I We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County '>• NO. 11 DISTRICT COURT BEGINS MONDAY AT COUNTY SEAT BORGEttSTINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEI/RUARY 8, 1935 PUBLISHED EVERY Thompson To Offer j New Radio Service' JUDGE E. J. PICKENS TALKS TO GRAND JURORS INQUIRY ASKED ATTENTION CALLED Announcement lias been made of the installation of the "Su- preme Radio Service' at the Oil City News Stand by Jack L. Thompson, son of L. A. Thomp- son. Jack Thompson, who Iris been associated with the news stand I for some time, will specialize in ] Crosb y radio and refrigerator service. All radio service handled I under his direction will be guar- BORGER CAGERS MEET SPEARMAN fmE A* HIGH PRICED GAS / TO USE OF SLOT MACHINES "It will be a sad state of affir:; in the State of Texas, when the same measure of justice is not meted but to every man," said Judge E. J. Pickens, as he in- structed the twelve men who had been selected for grand ju...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 February 1935

lGE two - I I HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD i N Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 —— > HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 19^5 LLOYD S. McCANN, Editor and Publisher Entered as second class matter~January 7, 1927, at the Pqstoffice at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March 8. 1879. MBBr- i - _ Subscription Rates One Year „ . $1.50 Six Months 80c Circulation guaranteed 4,300 copies per week. Advertising Rates 35c per Col. Inch. ~' " PHONETNO. 166 The Hutchnson County Herald is published as a C(junty-wide paper, dedicated to the best interests of Hutchinson County as a whole, and supported by the Merchants of Borger, Stinnett and Whitenburg. Directory of Officials, Hutchinson Co., Texas K. J. Pickens, S-tth District Judge Canadian \V. L. Kelly, District Clerk Stinnett Norman Coffee. County Judge Stinnett Russell C. Brown. County Clerk Stinnett O. T. (Jack) Lackey, County Attorney Borger Dan Hardee. Sheriff Borger Prank C.'audill, Treasurer Borger Ona Manahan, C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 February 1935

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1935 -"<■ •—«r HUTCHINSON COUim HfcRALU HOLT ITEMS By Mils. M. f. SCOTT gunday scho< 1 was well attend- uiday afternoon. Rev. J. E. Disch of Borger gave a splendid talk Sunday afternoon following Sunday school. Every- one present enjoyed it very much. Wo are always glad to have vis- iters come to help rs to he more faithful in carrying on this great work and in helping our com- munity. We had several other guests for Sunday school and church. They were: Mr. and Mrs. St 1 at- I ton and son. John. Miss Eunice | Boatler and Mrs. Allie Tabor, all' of Bi rger. B. Y. p. U. and singing were attended by a large crowd Sun- day, night. Our attendance :s im- proving each Sunday night and j visiti rs are present. Visitors last j Sunday were Miss .leanette Price and Raymond Kirk of Pampa, John Strat Ion of Borger. and Mi s Billy Jenkins, who is attending | college in Amarillo. We are very glad indeed to have these visitors and hope we i may have others come each Sun-j d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 February 1935

PAGE FOUR PHILLIPS Mrs. O. h. Goodwin was hostess to a delightful bridge party Tues- day afternoon at her home. ■mi HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1935 A htat of Valentine day was used In tallies and table decora- tions. Mrs. Joe Surface won high score. The hostess served a deli- cious salad course to Mesdames Lane Fisher, Bill Ellis, Harold Caris, Austin Collard, Joe Surface, Charles Tifer and George Dye. The guests were Dale Wilson, Junior Dargon, Mike Brooks, Bil- lie Chappell, Jackie Delameter, Johnie Austine and Glenn Mar- kin. * RECIPES A Date For Your Valentine Bert of all, there is a Valentine mold rendered pink with raspber- ry gelatin, and made delicious with that ingredient so appropri- ate to a lover's holiday—dates! Mold it in a heart shape if you like, and for a luce-paper Valen- tine effect, serve it on a paper doily. 1 pkg. raspberry flavored gel-! atin. 1 pint boiling water. J cup chopped nuts. J cup pasteurized dates, sliced. Dr. and Mrs. W. W were in...

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

FRIDAY, FEE'RUARY 8, 1935 THE BORGEE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE A PERSONAL MESSAGE 1 am to be service man and salesman foi this wonderful Elec trolux Refrigeratoi Call me for service or good trades. RemI&MF 'St YOU ARE INVITED TO HELLO, EVERYBODY! Having sold my business in Panhandle, it is my pleas- ure to announce my new connection with the Keith Plumbing & Sheet Metal Works. I want to meet all my old friends and have every one of you see the new Air Cooled Electrolux Gas Refrigerators. I take pleasure in announcing to the public that the formal opening of our new office and location will be at 10 a. m. Saturday, Feb. 9th 1935. We welcome everyo ne and want you to visit our new home at 339 N. Main street. Our good customers have made the new home necessary and possible and we appreciate that fact. We are in a position to serve you better now than ever before. We have reduced some cf our prices, and we mean business. We want your Plumbing, Electric and Sheet Metal business and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 February 1935

PAGF. m HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, FFJ'RUARY 8, 1935 j GIRL SCOUT LEADERS ORGANIZE BORGER-PHILLIPS ASSOCIATION CAPTAINS AND LIEUTENANTS TO HOLD MONTHLY MEETINGS TO PLAN TROOP ACTIVITIES FOR 170 INTERESTED GIRLS . o~ Urganization of a Gill Scout 1 lu* Leader, official Girl Scout Lt dw * Association to plan pro- 1 Publication for captains and lieu- gi'iuii' and to assist troop lead- tenants, will be used as a guide, era with S.'outing activities botli | A called meeting of the leaders in lk;r^er and Whittenburg was will be held at 4:30 next Tues- coiup'.etqd at the final meeting ; day atternocn, Feb. 12. in order of the leadership training course io plan programs for the remain- held Tuesday afternoon at the : der of February. American Legion hall. j A great deal of enthusiasm Ofriffcrs chosen by the group among both leaders and girls has were Miss Elsie Montgomery of „een shown since the beginning Borger. president; Miss Eliza- 0j- t]le qjj-i Scout movement under beth Roll, Whi...

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

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1985 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD KEITH PLUMBING FIRM OPENS NEW HEADQUARTERS SATURDAY Announcement has been made of*tformal opening of the Keith pT^Pttlng and Sheet Metal firm at the new location at 33 0 N. Main on Saturday. Feb. fl. Open'house will be held at 10 o'clock Saturday morning. The publiri is invited to visit the firm, and souvenirs will be given to all who come, according to E. L. Keith, owner and manager. The building which houses the Keith Plumbing and Sheet Metal firm has been completely remod- eled to provide a total floor space of 'iti by 120 leet. The main display room is locat- ed in front. Large display win- dows and excellent lighting make it possible to show to advantage bathroom fixtures, ranges, refri- gerators, electric sweepers and Other appliances carried in stock. The office is located at the south side, wii: 1 > storage and shop space H.ro at the back of the building. Modern bathroom fixtures in Koeliler. Crane and Standard makes are p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 8 February 1935

HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1935 mSm mm *7 ■BEeSEr%!£££ IIII^S VMM pi * 2i 1 * * !i 1* / ^PRICES GOOD ALL WEEK—FRIDAY, FF.B. 8TH TO 15TH Buying food is like buying anything else . . . you get just what you pay for sometimes . , . and ether times you get what you think you have paid for . . . the policy of the FURR FOOD SI ORF.S is to give you everything possible in food values without sacrificing puiity. value or aualitv Try buying ALL YOUR GROCERIES AT FURR FOOD and we'll bet you'll be a regu'.ar customer. Queen of the West Every Sack Guaranteed Chase & Sanborn 1-Pound Package COCOA, Hershey's 1 Pound Can HERSHEY CANDY BARS Plain or Almond, Yz Lb. Bars, 2 for HERSHEY'S KISSES 1 Pound Package ^MUSTARD GREENS 2 No. 2 Cans 2 LOWER GRAPE or Crabapple Jelly Large Size PEANUT BUTTER Large Size n chili; SAUCE 4j Large Size I CATSUP ,arge Size pal molive SOAP 3 Bars super suds 2 Pk.<*s. i. >/^ Charm n= 23 12-LB. BAG 24-lb. ba (T* VJI 47c 87C BLACKBERRIES 2 No. 2 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 15 February 1935

The Hutchinson County Herald We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County VOL. 8—NO. 12 STINNETT^ TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1935 MANY DECISIONS ARE REACHED IN DISTRICT COURT NUMEROUS CASES ARE SETTLED BEFORE PICKENS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY trials continue Firemen's Ball To Be Staged Feb. 27 Announcement ■'of a Firemen's Ball to be held Wednesday even- ing', Feb. 2 7, at the Legion Hall has been made by G. C. Knight, police judge and fire chief, who is in charge of arrangements. Proceeds will go toward buy- ing needed equipment for the fire department. Tickets at $1 each will go on sale Feb. 21, Knight said. CRIMINAL WEEK WILL^ m . BEGIN ON MONDAY. Stlllliett F. I, A. FEB. 18 ! Holds Founders' Day Observance The 84th district court has i been in session at Stinnett with j Judge E. j. Pickens on the bench j and Henry Cross as court stenog- j rapher since Monday, February 4. Numerous cases have been settled, ! some by agreement between con- tending parties and others by the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 15 February 1935

m PAGE TWO HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 KS>1 LLOYD s. McCAN.N, Editor and Publisher Entered as second class matter January 7, 1927, at the Postoft'ice at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March 8,J879! Subscription Rates One Year $1.50 Six Months ....... ._ 80c Circulation guaranteed 4,300 copies per week. Advertising Rates 35c per Col. inch. M • PHONE NO. 166 Homy Cross, court stenograph- er for iho S4th district court, re- ceived word Wednesday that his [ Water, .Miss Daisy Cross, of Am- arillo had been taken to Hie Nor- thwest Hospital, where she is very ill. |, Miss Lucile Chance, home dein- 1 onstratir-u agent, met with the 1-11 iiiils club at the Holt school Friday morning; OLD AGE (Continued from page 1) with equanimity and pleasure up- on a plan which would insure uk financial security and comfort in advanced years. An adequate elf-• dilation of money thru the ser-1 vices of s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 15 February 1935

mm, ■vr:7*7p<rv,">" ■ t' ^ : ■'.?■■• - >• .-• FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1935 Newest Picture Of Will Rogers # Considered Best I Described in advance accounts from Hollywood as the finest to rtut.e oT Will Rogers' notable series of American character portraits, the Fox id j' production, "The County Chairman," will be seen here at the Rig theater beginning Sunday. J "W M £''W&&£- -sft 'w&. v - ^■1 * i® wmg ■ agp 4M W& % # ^ • £ #/ IT7t7i Rogers lPA "The County Chairman" is a •creen adaptation of the famous Play of the same title, by one of Americas foremost humorists, i'Ke Ade. Opening on Broad- way in the year 1902, "The Coun- ty Chairman" ran there for a year with Maclyn Arbuckle as its star and then toured for the next three seasons. In addition to the celebrity which it brought to Arbuckle, the play created anoth- er star of the era Willis 1*. Kweatnam, who appeared in the famous role of "Sassafras," col- ored man-of-all-work. In the screen play, Stepin Fetchit ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 15 February 1935

IHUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1935 Score M 1 Washington, in trying and diffi- cult times aiul did !t willingly and with gieui sacrifice. Mitt Vance, well known Burger | singer, sang two numbers wlii .h ; he had prepared and by special I request from a Pa in pa Rotariaa sang, "Old Man River." He w.:.' ! accompanied by Mrs. Draper. Rev. J. N. Hunt extended ,ieeu ; ini^s from the Hoi'ger club. Those attending from Borgev were John H. Loftln, .1. R. Phil- • lips, (). S. Vineyard. H. H. Ho.r- l ers, Roy Broadway, .1. N. Hunt. Dr. VV. II. Stephens, Sol Mori;a.:- stt rn, Bob tindsey. Perry Powell, , Ralph Johnson, Paul Potter. Mrs. 1,: M. Draper and Mi t Vance. Suspect In Texas Murder Case Held C ;ty Veterlein, of Philadelphia, ij cfciwn checking Walter Kegs i"n t;o e in a golf tournament at Palm Springs, Cal. (Associated Press Photo) Borger Rotarians Visit Pampa Club R rger Rotarian Wednesday at noon lield an inter-city meeting with Pampa Rotarians. Tin luncheon was in Pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 15 February 1935

W" m * S I .FE11)AY, FEBRUARY 15, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE FIVE 1 WEATHERLY RHYTHM BAND GIVES FIRST CONCERT OF THIS TERM JfYhe rhythm hand of the Weath- er school made Its first appear- ance this year-at a meeting of the Weatherly P.-T. A. Wednesday af- ternoon. Costumes of the hand are white suits, red caps lined with "j "bite, and red and white caps. The, cape is thrown hack of the loft shoulder showing the white lining. Bobby Dean Pairey, load- er of the hand, was dressed in an all white suit, with a white cape and red lining. Nine little girls dressed as | sailors sang the "Good Ship Lolli- pop!" They were Melha Jo Har- well, Joan MoAlister, Evelyn West, Helen Louise Trammell. Wanda Jo Lawley, Myra Jo Dra- per. Yvonne Dixon. Ho wen a May- berry, and Zelma Lou Stevens. For (lie "Little Dutch Mill" number the following children were dressed in Dutch costumes: , Hetty Jo Dearman. Evelyn King.' Ruth Witt, and Helen White. The following children are j members of the band: R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 15 February 1935

SL TC page six ■■■ ■ n' ■ >"Vf - ***■■ ■• ■ HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD VARIETY OF MATERIAL FOUND IN MAGAZINES AT SCHOOL LIBRARY 320 Texas Babies Arrive Every Day Don't Be A Slacker Live subject matter not found In books and the cream of mod- ern ftcfion and poetry are avail- able to students who visit the Bor- ger high school library, accord- ing to Miss Emma Lucille Ander- son, librarian, "We take between 30 and 4 0 of the best current periodicals as well as a number of newspapers,'' Miss Anderson reported. "Practi- cally every department in the high school is represented by magazines of special interest." Our students show a real in- terest in current material and at e,very opportunity read stories and articles in the library," the li- brarian said. "Students find the magazine racks invaluable for special reports, and they also re- sort to periodicals for general in- formation. Boys and girls in Scout troops find much subject matter of value in merit badge work." A visit to the l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 15 February 1935

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE SEVEI I « This represents the vast amount of money saved for Borger« consumers in the past 3 years by Kiiiion Gas Company. This money was saved for citizens who in turn 1 that much more money to spend with Borger business firms. This huge amount came from lower gas rates effected by ti Million Gas , ny some 3 years ago. Aside from the money saved, the thousands of dollars spent for gas with this com ny remained in Borger to be spent and respent—which helps further prosperity. S- • •: ■:«?•?■.$•:•• yJJ : >• l^lll v< :': :- > Vi.S Olfel ; v' 1 <. . •. If'" '<• ■ -**. „ .•VP 1' h < ■ >/' • N T V ,r ih - 5!' w £': / $ Rfw mW m ™ V Ugtit '"'v; i'WffV; s associations fcnat we !, i 1 & SiilflU Vv j'A'\ 0 , t business have enjoyed the past three years vv 'le "serving our many customers with natural gas. Vv e have held to the hefcef that peer! ; sta.y loyal to those few institu- tions that choose to remember in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 15 February 1935

—- r«iwiW ii«i ryiih4Li PAGE EIGHT GIRL SCOUT LEADERS PUN TO REGISTER TROOPS IMMEDIATELY FEBRUARY 23 SET AS DEFINITE DATE FOR ALL GIRLS TO COMPLETE TENDERFOOT TEST RE- QUIREMENTS. Etotinlte plant to register Girl Scout troops recently organized at Borger and Whittenburg wi h ."lu.Uonul (;Irl Scout headquarter.-) In Nov.' York wore formulated at the meeting of the Leaders' As- sociation held Tuesday afternoon at the American Legion hall. T.';adors o.f the i70 girls, en- rolled with the local Scout move- men . set Feb. 23 as the tenta- tive date for submitting blanks and fe ; to the national organiza- tion. An effort will be made in each troop to have every girl pass the tenderfoot test within the next i wo meetings. Requirements include attendance at four meet- ings, ability to tie Vive dit't'ertsr •liinds of knots and to know the use of each. Knowledge of he us- of the American flag, familiarity with four trail signs, observation of animal life, and knowledge of the pledge of allegi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 15 February 1935

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE NTN* m ? "VOLATILITY TEST-ENGINE" IS EXPLAINED BY PHILLIPS MEN Above is pictures tlie "volatility test engine" which was brought into use Monday evening when C. K. Hansen and K(l Woehrle, re- search engineers for the Phillips lvtroleum company, demonstrat- ed in the Hutchinson county sales foive mid < :hers the superior vol- atility of Phillips "b'6" gasoline. The demonstration was given at Hie Rig Service Station In Bor- j ger, where Joe Chitwood is man- ager. "Out of sight is out mind," J- A. Whitley, assistant sales man- j ager from Amarillo, reminded liis : audience as lie mentioned the vast ; amount of advertising the Phillips oiijpany puts on In all the lead- i ing newspapers. "For," Whitley continued, "the general public I reads and then decides where best Testament History Studied By Council Periods in the Old Testament history were iiulied and discus-' sed under the leadership of lira, . Burt Bryan, at a meeting of ...

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