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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

T. M REG. U S PAT. Off ■■■■■■■aMaa«aas«aM «•■■■!*«; ii iauiiiii iuii|il«i!9i RENT A PLANE i PER. HOUR £9 \ (r *&£ IT NIA SERVICE, INC JEEPERS-.- ID HATE TO GO UP IN ONE OF THOSE' I i /T'd be afraid\ • [ OF GETTING ) V. AIRSICK/ J r . //-3 ^VvVwi SjA, 1 i.

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

THIS, that, AND the on iff-* / 7 M lie U 1 faT OM ANTS HAD A PUBLIC NURSING* SYSTEM LONG BEFORE MAN. SPANISH A\OSS GROWS AS WELL ON TELEPHONE WIRES AS ON TREES. I GRASSHOPPERS DISCARD THEIR SKELETONS AS THEY OUTGROW THEM. FERNS CAN BREAK THEIR WAV THfcOUSH CONCRETE. SIDEWALKS. A ONE -YEAR-OLD BALD EAGLE. WEIGHS A\ORE THAN ITS PARENTS. IT TAKES NEARLY 7JOOO <31 ANT SEOUOlA SEEDS TO WEIGH AN OUNCE. V f&£*<*s^ COM i* «t lv MA illVICI l*C A DRONE BEE HAS A GRANDFATHER, BUT NO FATHER. „.s mm p/onrfppm ' 7 cv © w/?ove PARASITES CAN6K0W ON PARASITES THE ALBATROSS FEEDS IN MlD-AlG wet leaves .wake pavement slippers.; SOAAE BORNEO SNAKES (TANGLIDE. ONE OF OUR COMPANY'S VICE PPESIDENTS. MR EDDV IS COMING TO TOWNy TODAY' i wouldn't want Him to j I'M going "lb DRIVE HIM AROUND AND SHOW HIM OUR Y> WHY j TOWN.. AND I'D LIKE R>R KEEP OUT OF SIGHT ' r \ t j ■ t V r * ^ V Ln .... recckus an3hid mam I How COME "THE J I GLAD RAGS "TODAY POP?/ rr^- I SEE NbU IN "THAT SLOPPY \ akMa/.v AT...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

kaffir**/- xv'.v, bv V.T.HAMLIN this 15 teccib 'f we go any higher, \s e'll freeze to we don t set beaned by some that "6 ground whew.' out of the storm at last.' hey. ccp'5 knocked out// beard of my 6r\nd father's scat, the accursed jug; \ $s- -i'' hjA< fom- ible ! i f / r / * 0 1 [sa ) |up f J 7 1 if W&;) steady now, my friend. \ that // x jug/ we're safely down again by gadpiry, i and you're all right... ) haven't had a just a crack on th" / moment's peace head with the f ( since i flgst laid haunted jug' y 1 eyes on it.' it's.a jgummed jinx.' hey: what are you ^doing im gonna bust this soldang curse wide open: £ NOTES EN a DENT/ h>^.' NO pickle JAR'S SONNA hex me: i'll TVs 1st th' thing t'pieces, thas wh at/ y no, allev; please: ratkerthan risk turning an evil genie / yeh, loose on the world, let's ( who fer. take it up with one who's i instance authority on X "2 really an a chap named al addin... he's a great guy. and he's got a genie that's like something out op this...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

CHE5 * W\L r m «■*♦ u s r tn DiD VOL) Teach Your J cow TO SLEEP ... WAY? /- v^NES,SO THE CREAM X£\W0ULD BE OMTOP iN THE MORNING/ SAY, TEACHER f HOV4 DO VOL)r^T DEFINE- DECEIT f LADY THESE PAINTS ) Ak/ (WELL, 1 TOLD YOU IK* DlDN'T LAST J ^ X — ^ v,r-™ -^THEY'RE- r UNFIT TO APPEAR IK4 J ANA , kV? SIX YEARS OL) COULDN" vVJEAR THEM -V-.—t r\, v-r / PUBLIC Suppose we ) ENCOUNTER, CANNIBALS J/ . (CALM SOURSELF, OLD V cr-o-^, MPiM.' LET'S NOT GET m YOU A^KED FOR IT DEAR EDITOR> WELL.T GOT MARRIED AT LAST. BUT MY WIFE TALKS CONSTANTLY. SHE TALKS SO MUCH I CAN'T OPEN MY MOUTH. THAT'LL 1 DO ? Yrs. RM ZAWR&ACkt.. DEAR R4V: YAWN' :• Wrs. ZD/TOR. Il~3 COM l K, T Nl* mvicc IMC AAR. RAV ZAWR6ACK OUR BOARDING HOUSE ho-hum! these lingering"! FALL DAVS ONE FEELS A 2] <' STRANGE Kl^SHiP VNllTH ' ' A HERNIATING BEAR.' MAJOR HOOPLE (I'LL 3UST DOZE / A A\NHlLE IN THE CHA\R.' D 30VE/ I AM. ON THE VERV UTMtS MINUTE.) > A BEFORE* / YOU SiNK ) INTO ANOTHER CO VIA.' UG-AVMP.' MY ) WORD.' L 1 COUL...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

When I reported Clip Litis disappear- ance to Lake Mystery's police chief, I smelled murder and thought 1 had a sus-l pect. But Chief Chum disillusioned me. BUBBLE DOUBLE TOSSED A BILLIARD BALL THROUGH BIFF BLUE'S POOLROOM WINDOW AT EX- ACTLY TEN O'CLOCK TONIGHT. 5O I TOOK HIM IN CUSTARDY. GOOD Mil Mltp -ill 11 m ALIBI, EH? #•>4 "• "~C.Al.pH lAN£, TOO l GOOD/ Br E>0 BOBBLE WAS IN JAIL >VHEN W CLIP LILT DISAPPEARED, AND ■ SOMEONE ELSE ORDERED US AWAY ■ FROM HIS BOAT, THE TWQSPQT. ■ CHIEF, I'VE BEEN TOLD THUT M BUBBLE HAS A TWIN % SHIv DOUBLE ? I PLENTY MR. FLINT. SHIV DID A LITTLE ENGRAVIN' JOS ON A CUSTOMER AT BIFF BLUE'S FIFTEEN YEARS AGO. THE CUSTOMER DIED. I MURDER SINCE ' AFTER 1 DON'T MIND. I DON'T KNOW ABOUT BUBBLE, THOUGH. HE'S A CANTEENEROUS CRITTER AND HE AIN'T IN A COM- . MUNICATIOUS MOOD. Meanwhile, Janet Lilt, unable to sleep after the shock of her brothers disappear- ance, had gone down to the lilt library. r WHAT A NIGHT.'HARDY BLAKE, THE BIG LUG, 15 SLEEPING ...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

T >4 IIC, U *T on rzm>r HV-V-Y : I'M AV.MOST fkSWftKEO OP KNSE^f SVNG WTH VOU..«AND DAVEV,..„VaHAT MORE COULD ftW G\d\. WANT ? COM£ ON 1 VlfU- HAVE TO tAAKE n OUT \N THE DARK ,THOUGH \ HOW ftBOUT ft SftN0W\CH? SO ^OO okav J r \F DUO S.EES A U6HT IN OURH^JBS KVTCHEN, HEVL CHECK IN , BUT QU\C\< 1 WAVT.VU. STRETCH THIS TASV_EC\.OTH OVER THE REf RAGERATOR AND US,... <50 HE CAN'T SEE THE UGHT WHEN THE DOOR \<=> OPEN' \SN'T VT SWtU_,V\U\N6 IN OUR CWN HOUSE , ROD ? VOU SET WE CAN DO JUST WHAT WE OURU PVEASE 1 t OUCH; DARN THRT CHAIR > Si COPt 1946 BY NfA SERVICI. INC 'Boots Cutouts T M MG U S PAT Off THVU6S OONTF ' 60bH.TVEE.N_ \.OK>E.SOWE. AVOD BVUE. W\TH B AfcE. f\W AV 'FOR ^V3WT U)\THOUT HER MIQVK^ TWO UOE.E.HS \ vmkvs TrtE. \E>E<VVM\K\NG SO V-\UCH MO\SEi AT TVOO (VW* 7 /■'■•> Rkttle rJttTT, \E yOU WU5T STfSS OUT SO VATE.. CAN'T VOU COVNE. \1\) QU\ET\_V< VOU SOU<ND UV.E A YVESVO OE ^UVFAN-O TRO<W\rOG THROUGH THE. HOUSE.1 HO\A> DO VOU E.XVE.CT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 4 November 1946

Unless Local Democrats Gel Out And Vote Tomorrow They Might Be Surprised By What A Few Hard Working Republicans Can Do In An Overwhelmingly Lj Democratic County—But Whether You Are A Democrat Or Republican, Be Sure To Vote Tomorrow For The Men And Women Of Your Choice— WEATHER Weil Texa*—Considerable cloudiness, cold* er except in the Panhandle and South Plains this afternoon, partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday. Colder east of the Pecos riv- er tonight, warmer in Panhandle Tuesday. Borger News-Herald Circulation Dept. Phone 82 Other Depts.: 6 and 7 Vol. 20—No. 295 ★ " - * NEA Service THE CARBON BLACK C ENTER OF THE WORLD Associated Press Borger, Texas. Monday, November 4, 1946 (Six Pages Today) * Price 5c MISSING BRIDE IN DALLAS JAIL i * Pallas, Texas police are holding EvMyn Cornish Globaker, 26, a comely brunet, who walked into the Dallas police department, un- rolled S231 in currency from her curls and told Detective Capt. Will Fritz that it was part ol a S700 robbery in Mobile, A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 4 November 1946

THE BORGER NEWS HERALD Published «t 205 N (th Mi -u .t • >• < 1. 1" except Saturday. «nd on Su J.tf ru.rnii Coinpuny, inc.. Pub'.iilv t. J. C. Phillip* One Yf r Six Months i. Three Months Month . Weekly Knlerud at #<-cond-clai :nlll«r Hov, i#r. Texas every evening by Panhandl* PublUHinji Editor land Manager ill.on ... .. 1.75 3.01 1.10 .as iber 23. 192C, at tha Pott Office hi dorger. Texas under tha Act of March 8. It*'. The Associated Pratt tf a««)utively entitled to the uta ol republi- cation ol all new# dltpatcha* credited to it or not otharwiio. Page 2- -Boroer, (Texas! News Hprald—Mondny, Nov. 4. 1946 THE NATION TODAY By JAMES MArtLOW WASHINGTON, Nov. 4—<VP>-.-. • " ''■* to't'ijirt ministers niwt Nef York .4eday and nwi vrhy\ "" 1- They Mart final work on pciite treaties fpr Italy, Jtcftrumi.i. Bulgaria, Hur*;>r,v titnj Fin J raid 2, They hope to finish up those i* tmities and re-cK agreement "rt them by Nov, 20. They've Jiec working on them r yf*r. .. . 3 Aft...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 4 November 1946

Know her? Page 3—Borg*r, (Tsxas) NawfHarald—Monday, Nov. 4, 1S46 Soldier Found in Battered Condition, |Dies Shortly After BROWNWOOD," Tex., Nov. 4— I (/P)—Possibility of a Brown coun- I- grand jury investigation into U| . Ui'.itii ..1 Camp o:- Tdier was advanced today. 1 The soldier. T/5 Clarence E. ICompton, 47, Co. B-. 124 Ordnance liin, was found here early yes- [t'-rday in a battered condition. ICity police said he had been I i.'iiiped in the face, his teeth and Ijaw broken and nose and lip cut. rile was dead when a hospital am- Ibul&nce arrived. He was report- led to have attended a dance here [While on a week-end pass ' A funeral home here reported 'ompton's driver's license showed his home as Macon, Ga The body was taken to Camp Hood [Texas U. Assets Total $105/375,628 for Year AUSTIN, Tex., Nov. 4—Wh- Combined assets of the University or Texas and all its branches at the close of the last fiscal year totalled $105,375,628, State Audi- *>r C. H. Cavness renurted today....

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

4—Borgtr, Texa*) Nawt-Harald—Monday, Not. 4. 1(46 Arkansas Seeks SWC Lead, Upsei Win Over Rice By MAX P Associated ProM U Writer John Bamhill i Arkansas Ra- zorbaeks. u hu w«a« not given much of a chanco at the season'* start, this *vok find themselves Unbeaten Cowboys Of Hardin-Simmons Challenge Raiders #y The Associated Press Technically «poikinu, the Har- din-Simmons Cowboy* still have o lcr«, hstrd ride to reach the Herder conference football title. Ask an> one at Texas Tcch. Admittedly, the Cowboys are firmly seated In the saddle and twin Motors in their fifth Jjttoni# of the South- f they hove a good steed. ClU\f.trC,10C ,i1lc (!lilSV ami; They proved thnt Saturday night faced with an opportunity to Tucson when they tanked the ihicw tht. confetenee into one*oi i Mr ona Wildcats 19-0 and took its wildest cJiamjii'iu.-hip strut; Rles. T powerJul Will tackle the Owls at Little The Porkers will Rice Rock. A defeat wruld alt but eliminate Arkansas but a vie lory would leave the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 4 November 1946

1—MVKCiAL NOTICES BOOKKEEPING :.na Payroll ienrlce income lax report! prepared and (llad. Moifl'.t Bookkeeping Service, SOJ'j North Main, Rnonu 10 and lJ17S-*ltC PHOTOSTATIC COPIES DUck and whit*, and Blusprlnt work ot all typ s. I day «arvlc«. Phona $ — Oiflca Supply House. 2,8 <th WE' REPAIR all makes typewriters nnd adding machine*. Phona i ior prompt and guaianlaad * rvlca. The Ollle* Supply. SPECIAL KOTXCE II you live in or near Boricr you can fet the Amarlllo Time* delivered to I_ your door by carrier. Phone 8a Ama- H rlllo Time* Circulation Department ju ® 5K!1_ . lW-Mtdh SPECIAL NOTICE If you do not receive your Amarlllo Times, Phone U2 Amarlllo Time* Cir- culation Department In Borger IW-Mtdh SEWINO MACHINES REPAIRED: Guaranteed work, pro-war prices. Your sewing machine adjusted in your home. $1.1)0. J. D. Owen. 2<i3 Frontera. Buna- tifta, PlumeJOU. *M-Mtp " "MONEY* ' . Before you borrow, see u«! ' signature — Auto Collateral Quick — Courteous — Confidential Texas Bro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 4 November 1946

Pag* 6 THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERAl.D Monday, November 4, 19* A Vote For Frank T. O'Brien Is A Vote Against Federal Dictatorship Why Hutchinson County Will Vote For O'Brien Why Hutchinson County Will Vote Anti-New Deal HERE'S YOUR ANSWERS Hutchinson County is "FED UP" with Federal Dictatorship and stands ready to help turn the country back to the rule of THE PEOPLE. Hutchinson County wants a man in Congress from this District like Frank T. O'Brien — a man who is out- spoken against New Dealism, Communism, and any other kind of ism. Hutchinson County is, and has been, against OPA legislation of any kind. (Your present Congressman, Mr. Worley, voted for the extension of the OPA and has raised your taxes five times). Hutchinson County wants a veteran who will fully represent veterans' interests in Washington. An overseas veteran of World War II, Mr. O'Brien has pledged that his party is the veterans party, designed to rid our nation of the New Dealers and their such who have completel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 November 1946

WEATHER West Texas: Mostly cloudy occasional rain Panhandle and South Plaint this afternoon and tonight* Wednesday partly cloudy and slightly warrger. Borger News-Herald Circulation Dept. Phone 82 Other Depls.: 6 and 7 Vol. 20— No. 296 NEA Service THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Associated Press Borger, Texas, Tuesday, November 5, 1946 (Eight Pages Today) * Price 5c We Salute f4s K" Early Votes Indicate Possible Record Foreign Diplomats Keep JggEE1 Sharp Watch on Trend of Lashes Colorado Congressional Elections * POP ROBINSON A true symbol 0f patriotic ser- vice rendered by individuals com- prising the various boards acti- vated during the past war and emergency years. , POP. an example of the thous- ands of man hours so willingly donated by himself as well as many of our country' s dependable 'if citizens, who started, served and completed their humble, thank- less task of serving our great country, state and nation. Their untiring service and conduct has rightfully earned the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 November 1946

THE BORGER NEWS-HERALD Phillips Girl Seoul Published at 205 North Main Street. Boryer, Texai every evening 1 C — „J Sunday morning by PanhandU Publishing 1 fOOp I J JblllGI IalaGCl son. Mrs. Lee White, Mrs. O. C. In China if it man cannot pay < ^#<J| Radio and Refriq- ! CumminBS, Mr*. Jack Zollars. his debts the door is taken from , _ . u r i,i hr .«> eratfon Service. H. E. except Saturday, and on Co.-ipany, Inc.. Publishers. J. C. Phillips One Year Six Months Three Months ... Month .... . Weekly Entered as second-class matter November 23. 1926. at the Post Oflice at Borger. Texas under the Act of March S. 185". The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use ot republi cation of all new* dispatches credited to it or not otherwise. Page i—Borger. (Texas) News-Herald—Tuesday, Nov. 5. 1946 Since the plant patent act wax — enacted in 1031, C12 plant patents Phone 143. Editor and Manager Mrs. O. 13 Smith and Mrs. J.N. have been issued with 299 of them I. ni.oo Perkins e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 November 1946

no fig >08 >P ra- Vpr bH, ^Womcm'tk (Page Page 3—Borger. (Texas) News-Herald—Tuesday. No*. S. 1946 VFW Masquerade Party Held In Pat Davis Home in S« •a ki Id ! * I ♦ # Traditional decorations tsave a Halloween welcome to members of the V. F. W. auxiliary when they arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Davis, 501 North Whitten- burii, Wednesday night for a mas- querade party. Mrs. T. E. Humph- rey was co-hostess. The identity of the witch- spooks, Chinese, and other per- sonalities was cleverly concealed until masks were removed. Apple- bobbing and contests were a part of the entertainment program. Prizes were won by Mrs. C. D. Gilbert, Mrs. J. H. Moyer, Mrs. Martin (feudal, Mrs. H. J. Hrown, Mrs. Ed Thompson and Mrs. O.H. 1 Simpson. A colorful refreshment plate was served to an out of town yuest Mrs. Born ice Dixon of San- ; tn Monica, California, and Mrs. \V. | 11. Griffin, Mrs. H. M. Mcintosh, ■ Mrs. O. H. Simpson, Mrs. A. F. Weston, Mrs. Ed Thompson, Mrs. Birdie Dixon, Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 November 1946

Pooe Four \ THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD i M i Tuesday, hjpvember 5, 1946 Tu< .a:'-.'... — . 1946 MIC : |H _ I^K Children's Cotton Quality cotton, long wearing panties. Reg. CPA price 56c. CRASHING REDUCTIONS DRESSES These are all famous, nationally adve*tised brands that you know. La- test tall styles in a variety of smart patterns and colors. Buy during this savings event! i >■/' OTHER REDUCTIONS! 54-Inch Beautiful assortment in fancy plaids 4nd solid colors- Values to S3.95 yard. - Tc JKmtp M Regular df $29.95 ^ I and j $32.50 Values | 1795 Regular jl ■{] $24.50 J 1 Values Regular $19.95 ^ and J S22.50 Values 11150 Regular $,°-95 * I and \ I $12.95 # Values g w mm 1 FOB COATS-4 OILY! We offer only four of lhesi reductions* Larly shoppers Values to $129.50 We offer only four of these luxurious coats at this sensational reductions* Larly shoppers get these values. >T5 SENSATIONAL VALUES! >n • HUGE SAVINGS! FUR AND FUR TRIM COATS Boys' Cotton BIB-ALLS Practical little ...

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

Tuesday, November 5,*1946 THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Page Five HHj m fional ons on fine quality, seasonable merchandise. Here are garments all offered at unheard of low prices ct this time of *he year! Hurry! ROW MORNING AT 9 A. M. ! t. THURS. FRI. AND SAT! RCIIUNS! pautiiijl ^olors. leg. $2 )nly II I "ull be j| $31.60 |r fie® Vals t " Beauli't lluo. I Hi J. S4l I lo-in.. " to |:.S8 ^ I M $13.00 Boys' Heavy SEEEPLINED COATS Luxurious, soft fur collars with heavy sheep lining. Durable, nicely made, good fitting. Priced to Clear! Regular $22.50 Values Regular $12.95 $15.95 Values t • f •:' LUGGAGE $ A durable, all fiber suit case in large 26-inch size. Roomy, well made with good looking fittings. In brown only. While they last. Sale price \ < w.''A* wFzMz K'W'th CHENILLE -t imL BED K1W $ SHOP DUNLAP'S -YOUR STORE! Sw®P i-"' Big, beautiful, heavily chenilled spreads n a grand asrcrtmei t of )ov« lv nastel colors. A variety of patterns — for double beds Reg. $11.95 Values CHILDRE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 November 1946

: i n Hi I I I I I iv; r|pf I P«0* b- ■bargtr, <Texa ) New«H rnld~ -Tuetday, Not. 194b BorgerEulukg; in Re van o Backfieid in Gymnasium Practice On The Sidelines... By JACK ROBERTS Several inches of snow on the field at Bulldog Medium ye*terdiiy sent the Borner high school fool- boll powerhouse into the gym- nasium for practice. The locals began their first day' workout for their coming S u\i y after- noon gridiron c\. c with the Amarillo Saw ' Roy Lcc Dunn. 17$ pounder, who has idled the /ulllwek i=|>ot man. 161 up until La*t Friday nigit, is tak- ingbdl. 17" yew-old senior squad ing over the quarterback assign. maiJ. m pounds; HE—Bill Talley. ment left vacant by the broken le,; J7 year old senior letterman, 17') pounds; Backs— Harland Collins. 17 yenr incident to Milton Price. Dunn accepted the assignment in the early minutes of the firtt quarter last Friday night in Plain- view and piloted his team mate- to a 28 to 7 victory, the third straight district 1-AA win for. Borger...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 November 1946

m \ '■ I SPECIAL NOTICES hookKErVING anfl Payroll Service Income tax report* prepared and filed. Molfltt Bookkeeping Service, 8081 w North_Main. Rooms 10 and II. yT5- tc PIIOTOSTA TIC COPIES. DtMk MMl while, and Blueprint work of all types. 1 day lorvlce Phona 5 — Oil. i- Supply Housa. Ua-dh WE RLPAIR all mllN typawritari and adding machine*. Phona S for prompt and guaranteed scrvice. Tha Office Supply. special notice IS you live In or near Borger you can get the Amarlllo Times delivered to four door by carrier Phone H2 Ama- rlllo Times Circulation Department lit Biorger 18fl-26tdh 11— HOUSEHOLD GOODS iron rfAtB: Zenith table model coin- bmation radio, $00.00. Hn:h chair, SB.no. lledioom lounge couch. S30 00 Bedroom nut. spiinfs and mattress, $<Wiki :uo5 Adams S: . Phillips 2<tt Stp FOH SAI.fi Youth rie I and mattrew Baby bed and waitress. 1213 Coble. 2W2-31C GOOD used baby buggy for sale Oil M Hnckh#rrv 5*2 Sip T SPECIAL NOTICE f If you do not receive your Amarlllo 'Times, Ph...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 November 1946

Pege •—Borger. (Texas) News-Herald—Tuesday, Nov. S. 1948 November Marks The First Anniversary Of Kiddies Korner Tht' twenty-first of this month marks the first anniversary of the opening of Kiddie* Korner. one of the leading shops in the Bornei area, dealing exclusively in the line of wearing apparel for in-1 fonts and small childten, ages 1 to 6. * The owners end founders of the concern are Mrs. Faye Spurrier and' Miss Corene Ellis. Mrs Spurrier is a graduate of Hereford high school, and has been a resi- dent of Borger since 1927. Prior | to entering her own business, Mrs. J Spurrier had five years sales ex- perience in one of the leading i Indies ready-to-wear shops in Borger. Miss Ellis, who is a former teacher in Amarillo public' schools, graduated from the East Texas State Teachers College at Commerce. Texas. She was awarded her B. S. Degree in 19.341 and her M. A. Degree in 1942. Hei sales experience was acquired dur- \ ing employment in department shops in Amarillo. Kiddies K...

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