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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 13 December 1946

946 4) Page 3—fiorgcr, (Taxat) News-Harald—Friday, December IS, 194b * sry Jctice 11437 rod I' ]['^k ^ 16 710 a;i lor r n« ill) Mrs. Mullenix Hosts Class Chrislmas Parly * Personal Mention Jiir.mie Joe Rutland ol Pampa 1 Is visiting his grandparents. Mr. land Mrs. Hay Rasjlnrid, sr., of | Gull' Cr.mp. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Church. 912 North Coble J. O. Teal. S. S. Mipt. 1-iii i VanRHV. n*r«:iry. fcmbijalh -*hool. !t:30 n. m. Church evvk«N 11 a. m, Prayci meet iny Wednesday, Mrs. D. A. Mtitlenix entertained j members Uic Bather'chM* of the Calvary Baptist church at v combined . business meeting and ChfMmus party Mondi'v niuht in her home, 415 South Spruce. After a sdtort business meeting. I Mrs. Fred Herbst, class teacher, i lJ- m- nave a devotional appropriate to I *peaifcl invitation to all. ihe occasion, 'The Christmas! "* " Chil:!." A feature of the evening's! There aw "'ilv some 11,010 c ulertainment was a Christmas i whites among the 193.000 peoi le Bift efccharwe among members...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 13 December 1946

Pay < >M|M, lX*xMi Newt-Har aid—Friday. Dscembc r 13. 1 940 r Li. ■■MRi HarrySlileler Class AA Schoolboy Foolball Race Refuses Job Enters Quarter-Final Round Today As Baylor Coach FPMC Meets Southwestern Here Tonight > Frank Phillips Mens club wHl fce host to the Southwestern uni- ■ ersity tWeatherford, Okla > bas- ketball team in the Phillips higli •chool gym tonight. Tipoff time is scheduled lor 2 o'clock. Southwestern is boasting ore f their best cage teorti* in hW- tory and the FPMC is expected to i avr their hand* full with the Oklahoma hoopsters. ,Thc secret of cooking macaroni, ypaphetti and noodles is to pdd them gradually to salted, actively boiling water.' Nbodles cook in ibout four minutes, macaroni in about eight to ten, and snachetti in about 12 to fifteen minutes. By HAROLD V. RATLIFF Associated Press Sport* Editor A couple of perennial conten- ders—Lufkin's Panther* and Wa- co's Tigers—clash today at Luf- kin in the opening game of the Texas schoolboy foot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 13 December 1946

Bilbo's Secretary, Shies At Testifying, His Life Threatened Ahvayi place refrigerator level ir. a cool siHit—uwny from sun- tUine, radiators and the kitchen range. Herald Classified Ads Get Results COSTLY TARDINESS BAN K OPE N TILL 2-RM A "sick watch" that results in missing an appointment can ruin a big business deal — and accurate time is easy to get. Bring your watch in today for our free Chronometer Check. We'll quote you the lowest prices on any necessary repairs. • BORGER • CREDIT JEWELERS 424 North Moin WASHINGTON. Dec. 13—(AP)— Felix Thomas Newton. Hattiesburn. Miss., contractor, today identified four checks totaling $25,000 that he said he made out to Senator Theodore G. Bilbo (D Miss) cr. September 7, 1942. Newton testified at the Bilbo war contracts inquiry that the checks—three for S5.000 and one for $10.000—had been endorsed by "Theodore G. Bilbo and Robert Gandy." Gandy. from Jackson. Miss., was not otherwise identified as the senate war investiqatincr committee took a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 13 December 1946

I m a i -r$ Wf P.1 I n 1 THE BORGER NEWS HERALD *WfcUat 4 at 20S North Main Str t. Bor«*t. Taxai •▼•ning •cc*pl Saturday, and on Sunday morning by Panhandla Publlihlng Company. Inc.. Publisher!.. J. C. PUShM Editor ard Manager On. Y.ar IH.00 Si MmMh —— *>7* Thraa Month* — — — 30c Month 1.10 Entarad aa aacond-claai matter Mo ambar 23, 1926. at tha Poal Office at Borgar, Taxaa undar tha Act of March 8. It®* The Associated Fran u anclufSvaly antitlad to tha u«a ot rcpubll cation of all aava Hiapatcha* credited to it or not otharwUa Page 6—Borgrr, (Taxta) Nawa-Harald—Friday, Dacembar IS. 1946 Borger's New Building Stems From Citizenry With Faith In Future By TROY MARTIN There was a time when Borger was considered just an other boom town. When oil was discovered in this vicinity, the town grew by leaps and bounds until it had all the char acteristics of a California village in forty nino in which a bonanza had Just been uncovered. There were those during the infancy of Borger who thou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 13 December 1946

" " i * i /« ari- zen Best nat- ive ex- it b /or fER it <f)ji *v A Lo ■ J* >un S4 f Ji kw! 1—special notices JPLO'B Beauty Shop. 30 S Harvey. Holiday Specials—Permancnts 14.80 up; Shampoos and let*. 73c. S5c and SI 00; Ask about the Free IIS Cold Wave florenee Lyons, owner-operator 13 flip PAINTING and papertianKing any- where In county or near llorger. All Itork guaranteed Call for free eatj- jiate. B22 N. Weatherly. Phone S18-W. 300-gfltp 12—HOL8ES FOR SALE MOVING—-Household goods and furni- ture any place. For Information call 192. Bruce Si Son Transfer and Storage. 303-rftc PHOTOSTATIC COPIES, black and Whit* and Blueprint work oi all ivpet 1 day service, Phone S — Otflca ply House. 228 dh m REPAIR all malcas typewriters and adding machinal. Phone S for prompt and guaranteed service. Tha Office Supply. WASHING machine repairs. All makes nnd models. We buy and sell used washers. Mathieu Appliance Co.. 708 N. Main Phone 971. 3-20tc VETERAN Floor Sanding Co. Floors laid, sand...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 13 December 1946

•—Borger. (Tixu) NeWi-Herild—Friday. December 13. 1948 To prevent a "stale" flavor in Win® stains should e sprinkled coffee, wash the coffee maker in with salt Afterwards pom boll- hot nids and rinse It thorou*hly ir.g water through th# stained por- after each uw. tJon nnd wnsli 8* uaual Gflowers for Christmas Use Our Direct Western Union Wire To Telegraph Flowers Anywhere in the United States bring the joy. the HAPPINESS, THE GAIETY OF CHRISTMAS INTO YOUR HOME WITH OUR WONDERFULLY DIFFER - ENT HOLIDAY DECORA- TIONS. SEND CHEER TO YOUR FRIENDS WITH RA- DIANT BOUQUETS. OF MIXED FLOWERS. F1I1E- RED POINTSETTAS, EX- QUISITE CORSAGES. FOR YOUR OWN HOME, SE- LECT CENTER PIECES, FIREPLACE DECORA- TIONS. HOLLY WREATHS. FLOV.XRPHONE 55 5 © lac,Uh un i-(SI /m w-cB i'<> wit FL( JWER3 104 N. M;.in Telephone 555 Flash Flood Blamed for Fatal Wreck DALLAS. Dec. t.1 — </P> ~ A flash floqd that inundated U. S Highway 77 near Lcwivville, Den- ton county, early yesterday was sun! I v poli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946

I. it. d it d it A * I $ v*i ▼ Wll * ■ ~ I^V# | f l^hr« WV1 f l%w r- «ww.wiwv ■ • WMW9I tfHIIUUJI WVWIUVVI I I /-TV ' «ly I VUI V uy tJ I UUUy 1 • I'VW Housing Priorities System Erased War Veteran And Businessman Named To City Commission Following the resignation of Mayor S. M. Clayton, the city commision appointed L. M. Davis, former mayor and later city man- ager of Border, to serve on the commission. + Mr. Davis resignecr his position as city manager of Borger in July, 1942, to volunteer his services to the U. S. Navy as a pharmacist. He entered the service of the navy on July 21, 1942, and served most of his time with the forces in the south Pacific. His services in World War II terminated on Nov. 22, 1945. When he was induced to sell his drug store in Border back in 1940 and resign as mayor of the city to become city manager, the de- pression had rendered the task of keeping the city's public services going a most difficult one — in spite of this fact he led the gov- erning bod...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946

II Tlir#« T«xont Aboord Missing Marine Plane WASHINGTON, Dec. 14 — <AP' —Three Texans were among the 31 men aboard the Marine trans- port missing lor three days uii a flight from San Dletfo, Calif., to Seattle, Wash. The list, released by Marine Corps headquarters, included Pvt. Hobby J. Stafford, next of kin, parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Stafford, box 478, route 6. Tcx- arkana, Tex.; Pvt. Robert A. Anderson, mother. Mrs. Ruth M. •Anderson, box 825, Raymondville, and Pvt. Walter J. Stewart, moth- er, Mrs. Gladys N. Stewart. 902 Bouldin St., Austin. Herald Classified Ads Get Results Threots Mode To Blow Up Scot-land Yards LONDON, Dee. 14 —<#> — A spokesman for Scotland Yard re- ported that two threats to blov up the world famous police cen- ter had been made today. The threats, the spokesman said, we'e nvade bv a man wit:? It deep voice who called at mki- night and again this mornim.'. The taller, he reported, sail Scotland Yard and the marble arch ;t the entrance to Hyde p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946

Page 3-A—Borger, (Texas) Newt-Herald —Sunday. Dec. IS. 1946 <* I r:i !X, 41!. ►so; •at- W. {tit ai- i-st, $ X.. 10 rt ;ht Kill "The Big Sleep" now al REX! Jits Man To Contribute Support in Place Of Jail Sentence llATTIESBURG. Miss., Dec. 14 —W. H. Sherrill, 29-year-old Pacitic war veteran, accepted to- day a court proposal that he con- tribute to the support of ten minor children of a man killed in an automobile accident, instead of teivinp a jail sentence for man- slaughter in connection with the lather's death. • Rail Wingo, attorney for Shcr- i 11. informed county court Judge William Haralson at time of impo- sition of sentence today, that Sher- rill "desires to accept the proposal of the court and give the assurance of faithful performance.'' . A jury composed entirely of vet-1 cram comicted SherriU, himself the father of two children, of man- slaughter last week in connwtton with the traffic death of John D. Gardner, father of the children.) Juog® Haralson Rave the defen- da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946

I 1 Biackhawks Win Regional Championship Trim Wellington 13-7 In Region 1-A Finale POWELL FIELD. Wellington. Tex.. Dec. 13-Bllthely ig noring the odd* against them, a crippled but indomitable band of Phillips Biackhawks powered its way to the 1946 cham- pionship of Region 1 football by trouncing Wellington's po tent Skyrockets. 13-7. It was Phillips' sixth reqional title in seven years and their fourth straight pennant. Playing without the services of their rugged rogular loft tackle. Norman Gillespie, the Biackhawks overcame a seven point lead and went on to win the game and championship by withstanding Wellington's last quarter aerial attack. For Phillips, it was the best Came of a brilliant season, anil when it was all over, even Coach Chesty Walker conceded, "They really played ball, didn't they?" And indeed the Biackhawks did play ball—with a relentless! savagery that brushed aside the edds against them, triumphed over breaks and the intangible jinx of Friday the Thirteenth, an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946

Class AA Semi-finals Pit Odessa Against Highland Park Scotties * Football Scores |a coo- war. I [lilt il< sprinu return- ] ssificn- Ijat all | hncuur- tof H til this! litv-iul | iresn rn | they tennis lileci tu I fO! mem- i pc now Abilene boUcKe. (Sow h* Tips Lamar 13-6 • By The Associated Press TT. T it Odessa's Bronchos will play the Scotties of Highland; 11101113^ JCII6rS011 Park (Dallas) and Lufkin's Panthers will meet the Thomas Jefferson Mustanqs of San Antonio in semi finals of the Texas schoolboy football race. Odessa surqed into the penultimate round for the first time Saturday by beating Wichita Falls 210 while Highland Park was tumbling North Side (Fort Worth) from the unde feated. untied ranks with a 19-7 decision before the day's largest crowd—?2.500 that paid in $27.926.50—at Dallas. Jefferson defeated Lamar of rim1 •Odessa Trims Coyotes 21-0 ODESSA, Tex., Dec. 14—(/Pi— The Odessa Bronchos Hashed a dnazling offensive show to over- power the Wichita Falls Coyotes, 21...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946

P«C« l-A—Borger. (Texas) Hewt-H*rald—Sunday, Dec. 15, 1946 ' 81 V i * 1 m I 1 f lu f. I I . Junior Red Cross Workers M eet WE'RE GIFTED! Please forgive what might seem like bragging, but we really do seem to be gifted with the knack of Gleaning clothes cleaner! Let us prove it1 You take a step in the right direction when you send it here! Phone 1853 for Pickup and Delivery Service BUCK S CLEANERS Pictured above are Hufchinson county tcachers nnd members of the county Junior Red Cross commit- tee at a luncheon held recently at the Black Hotel. 207 West 5th M. R. Phone 1853 'Buck" Doughty, Owner Champion Bull Sold For $810 ai Llano Tex.. Doc. I t '/! >—A ;r.i)nl I'humpifMI bull COhr'ignod by vv. Sawyer and sons luis been loir! to Harry Dietert of Mountain Home for s;;iO at tho fifth annual wile oi Llano county registered 1 Icreford breeders. At yesterday's sale 80 bulls sold fur nn average of $320 and 20 cow*!' at an average of $248. The reserve champion bull con- i ne.i by Louis; ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946

West Ward Room jMiss Ingram To Wed December 24 Mothers Fete f School Faculty Page )• --Boiler. flT**a«> News Herald—Sunday. Dec. IS. IMS West Ward room mothers enter* Joined the faculty members at a | Christmas party recently in the | school cafeteria. % Ti nrtitional Christmas decora- I lions were used throughout the I 100m including a lighted Christmas tree around which the gifts were placed. The evening was spent playing games end singing Christmas car- ds. Prizes were won by Mrs. L. J. Wic-land and Mrs. C. W. How- ,j.rd. V * At the conclusion of the games, Mrs. Qe6rj}e Boyd presented gifts to the teachers and the school nurse. Refreshments of individ u a 1 cakes decorated with holly icing, and coffee were served to the fol- lowing guests: Misses Jeanne Rich- er«on and Nellie Bea Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Purvis, and Mesdames H. S. Rexroad, L. A. lloyd, Don Perrin, J. A. Warren, fteorge Boyd, K. W. Boylan. B. TVitrick. Leonard Weiland, Ber- i ice Pelly, Wilma Ligon, Earl Ch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946

% Wedding Replaced by Bridegroom's Funeral Wl *h< I' PROVIDENCE R. I., Dec 14 •A*)—Attractive Wilnia Lands Icy of Atlanta, Ga., prepared to attend ajth" rv«l funeral instead of ; • joyous wed- M#id y ding. The 20-yvar-old Btenojsrajiher stepped from an airplane at HUto i Caih grove airport yesterday tor a re . They wen ly. Am 3\U;A Jf6t f * r Ernest R Anderson had met when he Stationed in Atlan to wed New Year's son's tearful mother broke >'• that Ernest died Wed- in a fall from a scaffold i-: Captain Georgia Floyd McSpadden Girl In Panama City Weds mn the Groat was pas- KtontScIy devoted to the amethyst. COURTNEY STUDIO' — - ' Now Open From * 9a.m.io9p.m. FEATURING: 1. 4 Days on Finished Poriraiis 2. 1-Day Service on Kodak Finishes 412-A North Main Phone 755 (iil! Exchanges The Ciatun Union church in Panama City. Republic of Panama, was the scene Wed- nesday. November 6 of the wedding of Miss Marie Singleton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Robert Singleton, Lavonia, Georgia, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946

STUMPED t'tl by one Springfield youngster. * anUNOFIELD, 111.. Dec. 14— "You forgot something last I Tw^—Senta Claus, who usually ha* year," the lad told a department I •11 the answers ready for his store Santa. "You forgot the cof-1 y 'youthful questioners, was stump-' fee and doughnuts I left for you.'V Pag* 3-B—Borgir, (Texas) Ncwi-Harald—Sunday. D*c. IS. H4I ! Order Now for Christmas They're So-o-o Good I Fruit cakes filled with luscious, succulent iruitc and nuts- Spiced to treat the taste of all. —WE WILL PACK THEM FOR MAILING— THE DILLEY BAKERIES 524 NORTH MAIN ivfr. and Mrs. Truman M. Guthrie were married Sun- day. December 1 at 9 p.m. in the First Baptist church in McLean. Mrs. Guthrie is the former Miss Dorothy Ann Pfrimmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Pfrimmer, 2430 First Street. Phillips., Mr. Guthrie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Guthrie, Lefors. MAY WE SUGGEST plus ated hort >rds. -life 77 For Her Dresser Sets 7.95 Makeup Mirrors 1.49 Mirrored Kleenex Boxes 2....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946

THE BORGER NEWS-HERALD •t SOS North Main Str «t, Borg«r. T**a« •rmrr ftaturday. on Sunday morning by Panhandle Publitblng WT, Ine- PubUih r . J C." •MUIm Editor and Managar — « "• tkk Months •« An* Mentha '-0C *«i® Waakly _^—#M_a_aa_-_a-asBaa_a~4ll Gattitd a* aacond>clata mattar NoTambar 23. 1926. at tha Post Of flea at Bargar. Taxaa und#r tha Act of March 8. 18#*. Tha Asaectatad Pr*n u avcluiivaly antiilad to tha uaa ot rapubli cation of all navi dispatchm credited to it or not othararisa. Paga 4-B—Borffer, (T'xas) Nsws-Herald- Sunday, Dec. IS. IMS tured either tho senatorial or tfu- bcrnalorial «• lection or both in 10 of them. They also picked up h democratic senate se:>t in Nevada to balance a democratic governor victory there, Tho OOP also incren*ed hou.se majorities in Ohio and Wisconsin —with 37 more electoral votes- hut these states went lor Dewey in 1944. Here are the house political line-ups before and after the election in. tha 13 states which may play a significant...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946

- 1—SPECIAL NOTICES Shop, 309 S. FLO'S Bcautv Shop. 309 S Harvey Holiday Specials—Permanent* 14.50 up; Shempoos and *ets, lie. 85c and Sl ab; Auk about the Free *15 Cold Wave. Florence Lyons, owner-operator. 12—HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SAI.r Pag* 5-B- -Borger. (Texai) Newt-Herald—Sunday, Dec. IS. 1946 HUKhM-Pitt? i 107 Undue}' Rquitv in 4-rooin )i uie' >*r 'j 'n idition. Price reduced. jNto FOR SALE: 7-roon< modern redecor- 13-®tp ited duplex and lot. Call 1077-W Sun- PAINTING and paperl.anjint any -lav • Wnek 'tevs_etter 3. l"-«t| ; where In county or near Borger. AH FOR K.U.K To be mevea. One larRe | work guaranteed. Call for free eatl- , iiouie, excellent condition New painted nete. 823 N. Weatherly. Phona 518-W ■M ture any place. For Information call ~ ~ — lifer and 303 192. Bruce & Son Transfer and Storage l-Mtr ihlngle roof. Also one entailer 4-r.xmi 305-20tp j house. Both near Pringle. Texas on Logan farm* McClay Brothers. Morse, Texas. B-5tp . __ 'OK •ALB: Two lots with...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946

I Page 6-6 I I *-•7. «a- THF BORGFR fTEXASl NEWS-HERALD wmwr&mwkwz iunday, December 15, J946 BORGER'S BEST BARGAINS!! In Christmas Gifts At Lindsey's SPECIAL ON CARD TABLES! Regular $3.95 Values 49 Here's the gift he'll want mosi ol all — a nice tricycle. We have lots of them and you can make a good selection. Here's a reel buy in Card Tablas. Sturdily built nnd you'il be surprised at the wonderful value. Nice for a Xmas gift I I h I : « 7<W i TRICYCLES Y£ SPECIAL Reduction On ... LOUNGE CHAIR AND OTTOMAN Give him a comfortable, completely springfilled lounge chair and ottoman. With puffy, luxurious seat and back Covered in fine quality covers. $39.50 OCCASIONAL CHAIRS! WIDE RANGE $12.50 BEAUTIFUL CHANNEL BACK CHAIRS $24.50 PULL-UP CHAIRS! PERIOD STYLES $29.50 In a large selection of styles. Con- structed with an eye to long, enjoyable use and satisfying comfort. Spring-filled. Choic* of covers. Excellent for Christ- mas. Handsome, indeed, displaying the riches of fine workma...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946

<■ * Page 1-C—Borger, (Texas) Newt-Herald-- Sunday. Dee. IS. 1946 I i Boneheads Save the Bay lor Otherwise Bull Friday, 13th New Yorkers Dazed By Lingerie Tagged At $75,000 Per 160 Fog Dispcller Presents 'Dance of Flames' Bonthead club you wouldn't have! Washington outfit that knows it's known Friday XIII had boon j dead." lie sa d. around And the Bonehead celebration wasn't exclusively for Friday XIII, either. They celebrated, at ' the same time, the Fourth of July and Thanksgiving. The Boneheeds proceeded to stage a military funeral for OPA. ! Jack \V. Robinson of Dallas, born Jan. 13, 1885!, said Friday 13 was his luckiest day. He said i he has walked under ladders most | of his life. "I catch every black cat I can," he said, adding that his hobby was collecting $2 bills. They shot off firecrackers, smashed windows, and heard Bonehead Joe Harris, who s county superintendent of schools, enumerate the thanksgiving bless-1 "If anyone with a two-spot is ings. jittery about keeping...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946

« . . . . v I \ W « * * V " / 4k • f'V, RFSrtrtnllrfr^VVHRnH^f ATTFND CHURCH . TODAY! Page i-C—Borger, (Texts) News Herald—Sunday. D«c. IS, 1M6 ' jpk*~ivvfliir mrm jra i ni- nnmiuinrj- m VuUitK People* inceMn* Evening Woi-slilp- 7:W p "In Chrm A New Crmtior •T. JOHMS CATHOLIC CHURCH 204 Scuth Rev. M. r. Schallo. Pii.l' r Masses: "™. Suftdavi, t and in a.ni Huivdav*. # and 0 u.m WrtlidMi (except Mmidiiys. 7.30 ,i (p. ' 1 _ ' " ■ . QMlMNitllM t ■ Saturday* and Kves of Hotydn.vt i to fi pin. and * to 8 p m CHURCH or CHHIST Deehl at Second Jam** W. Revnolds. Minister BIMi School -MS a.m. Mnmlna Worship—10:45 •« «i Sub- jMwrt The rMtMulnr** nt God ' •6JW l> .".1 p in. Subject: Creation " WoUlicetiay Evejkinff BJble Study 7 30 p hi, you an? invited to bt. with u* m all the services today. riRST BAPTIST CHURCH PhlUlpt C. O. ewetl. P*«tor 9;4S a.rn --Surntny School. W. C Pax- ton. Sup't. 10 50 a.m.— Morning Worship. "One Da* " bv thi' choir, A Practien! Faith Paster Scwell 6 30 p.m—Train...

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