ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Borger News-Herald Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 642 items from Borger News-Herald, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
642 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 16 December 1946

WEATHER Weit Texas; Partly cloudy, colder ia Pan- handle lab- thic afternoon: colder Tuesday and in the Panhandle and South Plaint and irom the upper Pecos eastward tonight: lowett temperature tonight 24-28 Panhandle itofgitf Borger News-Herald Circulation Dept. Phone 82 Other Depts.: 6 and 7 THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Vol.21—No. 18 NEA Service 4 * Ten Relief Agencies To Take Part In Forum On Bcrger Community Chest Fifteen representatives of ten relief and welfare agencies have been invited to attend a conference of agencies eligible to participate in the proposod Hutchinson county community chest. The meeting will be held tomorrow evening at 7:30 in the chamber of commerce offices. Settinq up a community chest in the county will be dis- cussed with the organizations, and if a majority favor such a move work will continue toward establishinq a chest. In pddition to those already invited, youth organizations in Stinnett and Sanford were beina contacted today. I Included in ...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 16 December 1946

THE BORGER HEWS HERALD •t 105 Worth Main Str*«t. Borger, Tixm ry trtnlnt •HMpt Saturday^ and on Sunday morning by Panhandla Publithint, Editor and Managai 111.00 Ml IK MO WMkly .25 En!*r*d aa tecond-clest maitsr November 23. 1926. at the Post Office at Borger. Tex a* under the Act of Much 8. 189T The Aeaociated Pre** ti exclusively entitled to the ute of republl j cation of ell newt dlapatchei credited to it or not otherwise. Page 2—Borger. (Texaa) News-Herald—Monday, Dec. II. IMS Inc. Publishers. i. C. Phillips One Year Six Months : Three Mentha ZmK. ; CHUCKLE FOE MEN SPRINGFIELD, ML. Dei l6-~ —The first iill-womuu circuit court .jury m Saaatimun county hiator.v was sworn in to consider an automobile "damage suit The 12 women argued all niKht long and thou re|x>rted thi-y couldn't aitree. They weru dis- missed. When a Chines* reaches age 5'*. ho becomes an "older" and >• ;•<•- <i rd«d special raapoct bjfoouiig*. men. Open 11:45 0c-44c Phone 51 Now Thru Wed. Bogart . Bac...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 16 December 1946

r jLan —Borger. ITixu) Newt-Herald—Monday. Dec. IS. 1146 Un for Fostering Golden Rule Earns $1,000 for Man 11% TEXARKANA, Texas. Dec. 18— I^P*— A plan for fostering the iciple of the golden rule, work- ed out by Frank E. Burkhalter while he was still in armed serv- ice at Biarritz American univer- sity in France last January, has netted him $1,000. stage and screen presentations and various contests. Reinoehl proposed a program for schools where, he said, gold- en rule principles can be "prac- ticc-d in every clasroom, labora- tory, shop and gymnasium." nil_. _ . . ,! The Palmer Foundat'on was I urkhaller, former chairman of originated and endowed by C. E. >ri- rcn est # •st- ve1v ex- (ok ER the journalism department of Baylor university, Waco, Texas, yesterday was announced first prize winner in a contest spon- jfed by the Palmer Foundation, pnilanthropic organization dedi- cated to the promotion of the gold- en rule and world peace. Adjudged second best of sev- eral hundred let...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 16 December 1946

P*9 4—bwfvt, (!♦***) N ws-H*ratd—Monday. Oec. It, 104 b Two Undefeated Teams Remain in Race For 1946 Class AA Grid Championship By HAROLD V. HA.TLIFF Attocialed Press Sports Editor Two undefeated teams piny two twice-beaten elevens In the semi linals of the Texas schoolboy foot- ball race this week but there isn't an outstanding favorite in the lot. If anvthi"- , LufHn't Pan- thers, who dropped two early- reason tests and got into the sta*e play-off fcy a special rul- ing. would be rated no. 1 of the quartet of teams left in the battle for the title. Lufkin had plenty on the pig- skin last week in crushing Waco's hopes 35-6. The Panthers have had plenty on the ball for n couple of months for that matter. A triple-threat passing attack, a fine line and n thrent-a-minuto running game make Lufkin the favorite this week in a clash with unbeaten but once-tied Thomas Jefferson of San Antonio. The other game matching Odes- sa and Highland Park 'Dallas* is difficult to analyze. Odessa's un-...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 16 December 1946

-t ou eontrr w y ^•hi ndusi nc: t riu*i xpirit cautni lT( •r ;u ml i ■i* ■ t'hri esick Tenn Bron Pa strati iho i'i aM nch < MJW < area uin. Resul 4 i i. m f Mh >0 tth r° tth )0 to ith >0 p p 0 SPECIAL NOTICES FLO'S Beauty Shop. 300 f- lUrvey Holiday Sp«c4i l - Permani'nti |4.5o up: SUampooR and nets. 75c. B.Sc and $1.00. A*k about the Free (IS Cold W«vc Horcncc Lyons, owner-operator. 19-«to PAINTING and pdpei lxiUMiiia, +iij where in county or near Iiorger. All a-ork guaranteed Call for free esti- mate 822 N. Weatherly. Piuma MB-W soa-aatp MOVING—Household goodg and fumi ture any place. For Information call 102. Bruce & Son Transfer and 8toraje PHOTOSTATIC COPICi] oiack ^ •hit*, aad Blueprint work of aU iy_p t day lanrlo*. Phone I — Offtc. • apply Home. ttt-di WE REPAIR all makti typewriters and adding machlner Phone 5 tor prompt and guaranteed tervlce. The Oiltct *MP?A*; WASHING machine repairs. All maket and models. We buy and sell used washers. Mathlcu Appliance C...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 16 December 1946

Pift S—Borger. (Texas) News-Herald—Monday, Dec. 16. 1846 AMfUto.*M*«r txpim ^ &.H. Voles Fritton Fnifht Moving'sTrvtcc* I Of Information as Conference Subject NEW YORK, Doc. 1G—-(AD — The United Nations Ascmhly in its final hours approved unani- mously a proposal for a conference of all United Nations members in 1047 on freedom of Information The assembly voted $28,000 for The primary function of the j such a conference if t is held at concern is the moving of all tyjics the U. N. headquarters. If it is of freight from Amarillo to Ho. ' held elsewhere the conference will cer, Phillips, Stinnett. Sanfurd. cost more, which must be taken Fritch, and intermediate points.; from the U. N. working capital This service is rendered and made funi possible b% i'h . .rge VWUtl 'Ine tconomii-and social council between towns, and by the use nt j was given authority to dec dc u >- smaller trucks for local distribu- •' the place and date of the con i : . . - f>• comr>t\ Knt t lw> fi...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 December 1946

71 It WEATHER West Ttx&t: Partly cloudy &&d colder this titer&soa a&d tar ifli.tj liweit temper- atures toaighi if-'if, is Panhandle and South Plains and 26-30 elie^here except near treating In Dal Rio-Eagle Pat* area. Stefijief Borjar Htwi-HsQl,,^ Circulation Dtp!. Fit-- ^ |T|m Other Dtpli.: 6 a; y--^ «£ ———fort Worth, He THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Vol. 21—No. 19 NEA Service Associated Press Borger, Texas, Tuesday, December 17, 1946 (Eight Pages Today) ilar trol tf'ort Worth, Houa- ritonio have been Col. D. Harold >ng commander of HQVUrVTKt ■■ .1 ( Judge Rules Law Course Must Be Established For Texas Negroes By Feb. 1 AUSTIN. Tex., Dec. 17-(AP)— District Judge Roy C. Archer ruled today that if the Texas A. and M. directors do not establish a law course for neqroes by February, "the matter is squarely open" for admission of Herman Marion Sweatt ps a law student at the University of Texas. "I am compelled to assume, and I do assume that the regents (d...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 December 1946

& ! •«• •— < ftor<f«r, (T* m) News Herald—Tuesday, Dac. 17. 1946 • , i_ Says *+ 4ion May TUc Amaril . « ioc t*d at 713 n in Error i* ownc<. And o Yows, Nell O. Garwood. Th« ness In Borget* "aj name, ' filev jW/e-winnin I wo Jima flag-rt Patman Asks All Controls Lifted 3n Construction Dec. 17—(A*t former Anoci-j apher who took picture of the j tins, said there1 is "a Rieat puswbility" of inac- j curacy in official identification of i fix marines shown in the picture.' Rosenthal mude his statementI njxm being ml mined that Ira Hay- es. a Pima Indian of Bnpchule, j Ariz., who helped raise the fl*fc. i had told Lieut. Col. Alan L. Sutter! Ir.st week that one of the partici- . pants was Corp. Harlan H. Block i of Weslaco, Texas, and not the man otfically listed. Rosenthal now a photographer ' for the San Francisco Chronicle, j said he did not see the picture un- til f< week after it had been taken i iird that identification was obtain- ed a month later by the marine "Ther...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 December 1946

te it ,o i Ntt d ' C 4 I c # * # 41 • fdSje J—boigur. ^'lexasl News-Herald— 1 u d<>y, Dec. IV, IStb Cash Registers Play Jingle Bells as Shopping Rush On By The Associated Press Texas cash registers arc play- ing; J mule Bells in swlnstlme this week as the greatest Christmas I holiday business in history is re- ported from the Red River to the! Rio Grande. AU-time records are falling. But n new, healthy trend is noticed— customers are more selective, and, are asking the prices, often re-1 jectin& unknown brands or shoddy 1 merchandise. Only one town—Sherman—pre- dicted sales mifcht top 1945. the previous high. Paris, Port Arthur, Plainvirw, Galveston, Lubbock, Corpus Christi, Marshall, Deniaon, La- redo, San Angelo, McAUen, Pal- estine. Amurillo, Wichita Falls, Fori Worth, Houston and Dallas said business was terrific. Buyers were not digging into wartime savings to finance pur- chases. Only Lubbock, Abilene and Fort Worth said depositors were drawing on savings. Other poin...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 December 1946

4— Border. (Trxuj NeV-s-Herald—Tuesday. D c. 17, 1146 Bulldogs Return Game At Panhandle Tonight With one win and one loss chalked up. the Borger Bull dogs will play their third basketball game of the season to night at Panhandle in a return engagement with the Pan thers. In their last encounter with the Panhandle team here on D«c. 10. the Bulldoas registered a 37 to 25 victory, which was the season opener far the local* of Coach Tex Hanna. For their second game, the •*—- ■ *°° bulldogs lost a 20 to 25 decision to the Claude Mustang* last Fri- day on the large court in the Claude high school gym. "We mav have a few changrs in our lineup tonight," said Coi.ch Hanna today. He indicated that Howarl Cu'.p would remain in the starting line- up as center and that Roy Let Dunn, versatile captain of the jquad. would remain at forwarr'. Tummy Bice will probably fill one ot the guard slots with the other position a toss-up bet wee i Alfred Hughes and Lowe, u tj'l southpaw. Bill Houcks or Burt'...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 December 1946

t "" TCff 5—"BefJtf.'ftVxai) Viiwi RiriM—Tu id«y, Dm, 1?, 1949 Blackhawk Cagers Hold First Drills Having securely tucked away i.11 available football honors lor 1940, the Phillips Blackhawks yes- terday turned to basketball and began practice for their season opener with a ytron« Canadian squad Thursday night at Canad- Inn. Head coach Jo* Hayes has five lettermen returning from a squad which last year tied for the district championship, but for this opening game will be badly handicapped by a lack of practice. OnatU&n, which finished Its f o o t tj n 11 season almost a monH> ago, has boen able to de- votg its time to bcskctball drills wjjlle thp Bluckhawks were still qCMicenlrating on winning the re- yionat football championship. In the returning lettermen, Hayes has the nucleus of another — strong team. Charley Richardson, a six foot five inch center, is the tallest man on the squad. Other lettermen include Don Williams, Joe Means, Morris Payne; and Earl Jackson, all mem ber...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 December 1946

VMM THE BORGER HEWS HERALD ■1 MS North Main Sir**!. Borgar. T w trtry •▼•run, Saturday, and on Sunday morning by Panhandla PublUhtm Company. Inc., Publlshara. I. C. Phillip* i „ Editor and Manayv Oaa Yoar Sll.Oi •in Month* __ . Thrao Mentha 3.Di Month .... 1.10 Woohly . II Entorod at aocond-clau matter November 23. 19M. at tha Po*i Ottic* at Borgar Ta«a« undar tha Act oi Marcb 8. I BP* Tha Associated Proa* i* a«clu*ivaly antitlad to the u*a ot rapubli cation of all n* -« -ll*p*trn « credited lo it or not otherwise Paga 8—Borgrr. (Texas) News-Herald—Tuesday, Dec. 17. 1046 ff No Room In The Inn To Be Staged At Fritch ^OCficL [column —« "IF I HAD A SON—" By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK. Dec. 17—Th# Christmas season is the time of year when old maids, middle-aged bottle-fed bachelors and childless married couples wish they had Eome kids. Count ma among tha rearners. Whan tha shadow of Santa Claus show* on the horison, I beain to look Jhrouoh rose-colored alasses at tha posterity 1 don't have. But...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 December 1946

tv: fefH/'St? '■ SPECIAL NOTICES 16- ■s LOS Beauty Shop. 3W S. Harvey. _ ilirtay Specials Permanent* $4.50 up; Mhampoox and hcIr, 79c. 85c and $100; Hik about the Free $15 Cold Wave. Florence Lyons, owner-operator • l3-8tp VAINTInQ and paperiianglng anv ■where tn county or near Borger. All f k'ork guaranteed. Call for free >>sli jiate 822 N. Weatherly. Phone 518-W 305-Mtp •PHOTOSTATIC COPIUS Dlnrta and Athlte. and Blueprint work ol all typo* I 1 day service Phone $ — Offlc* Supply Home. 22 d> WE REPAIR all make* typewriter* and • ddinq machine! Phone S for prompi and guaranteed te/vlce. The Office Supply WASHING machine repairs. All makes and model*. We buy and sell usee* washers. Mathleu Appliance Co.. 7<* N. Main. Phone 071. 3-26tc VETERAN Floor Sanding Co. Floors laid. Handed and finished. All worV guaranteed. Phone 1(34. If no answer, call 962-W. W. T. Hoguo and Raymond |Colllnt. owner*. 6-24tc "CAYLENE BEAUTY SHOP, 820 North Main. Border. December get acquaint ed ap...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 December 1946

Pig* |—Borger. (Texas) Newf-Herald—Tuetday. Dec. 17, 1946 Number One (CMtinued from PACE i) 1>t rv. Bilbo's secretary from IH39 lib til last January. Hut Terry, who claims his lr* ha« been threatened it he t«y* anything «monit his former b«* . uas been in a Ouitman. Mis*., hospital with a heart ailment a.;d Is not due to arrive here uutU tomorrow morning. ; Bilbo told reporter* he plunnj" to present a written statement ex plaining his side of the affa'1. He recently underwent a mouth operetta) and cannot yet wear 1.1s Venture comfortably. ^ Although his socecli Is «ome- vhat adturrcd and indistinct a* a result, Bilbo said he Is ready to answer any questions the com- mittee mav put to him. He r.- called that despite his mouin trouble he was able to testify to1- two hours during another recent innuiry at Jackson, Miss. That hearing was conducted by the senate campaign Investigating Teen Town Hears Musical Program The Teen-Towner* entertained its members and a number ot gue>t« la...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 18 December 1946

J ? WEATHER Weil texat: fair, not quit* id told Thurs- day Mid la ^aehandle tnd South Plaint thu afternoon and tonight. Lowest tonight 20-21 in Pahhandle and South Plaint. 2S>30 elsewhere. fuMir Borger News-Herald Circulation Dept. Phone 82 Other Depti.: 6 and 7 Vol. 21—No. 20 NEA Service THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Borger, Texas, Wednesday, December 18, 1946 Associated Press (Eight Pages Today) Price 5c 23 Years of Blindness Result Of Child's Boomeranging Top By TROY MARTIN Little Travis Burgett sniffed the tantalizing perfume of the rose garden in the back yard of his Floyd county home and eyed the greenry of the countryside. He felt the dew on his bare feet and reflected that it was nreat to be alive. The world can be so beautiful when seen through the eyes of an ei«ht year old Stassen Declares 1948 Candidacy Santa To Visit Sanford Friday At Annual Party Santa Claus will make a visit to Sanford to entertain and give the kids a treat of candy, nuts and iruit, Friday ev...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 18 December 1946

. I I if it 11 "Heartbeat' at Rex Thursday, Friday-Saturday s ffiSlirl 1 % 3' < ;• •> - km i W " •'| .. u ■■■ sMii * ■ r -<i; ■' ,«+:*$ &S JwM Mmmm * Mackenzie Column RUSSIA'8 NEIGHBORS DISPLAY LESS FEAR Bv J. M. ROBERTS. JR. AP Foreign Affairs Analyst I Just ns Russia',* net ions in the , recent New York conferences i 8NtMd to reduce the barri«r be- j Ivvecn her and the western nu- I tinns, so something seems to be i i happening to alleviate the fears' , of her immediate neighbor*, i j Soma months ago Iran was re- duced to a quivering jolly while her dispute with R | tie. was before the U. N. xecurilv cour- , cil. She practically repudiated her own representative here, and made a hurried deal with the "Soviet rather than pursue the contest despite indications of victory. | | Now, suddenly, the I'ehran jjov-1 eminent is emboldened to retake! ! I he nott hern province <>f Azerbai- : inn which had been almost a | f country unto itself, because of' wartime Russian oc...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 18 December 1946

£ % €> • * • e M ^Womanb (Page Page 3—Borger To*as) Newt-Herald Wednesday. Dec. 18. 1946 Chrislmas Parly Climaxes Year's Program For County H. D. Council Tlit Hutchinson Countv Home coffee vv tre ■ sei ved. Mrs. Howard Dembmtration Council climaxed i n rt Mrs. 1 E Edwards pour- n yfcar of work with a Christmas ied- little- Eddio Edwards, Ka- party in the Federated club room!rc>1> Brewster, and Frances John- of the library on the evening or tlin HeAvden, passed out Chrisi- lecen:ber It. mds Gilts. Mrs iWrni k- Present were: Mr. and Mrs. T. Alls. tl( I |OI (i i\., uO\\ ClCM, COUI1- it i f%. rjrtlfi * t„ *f „ , it r 1v r lmixmon nna C OflfcflClrf, Ml'. UHCl Ml*. II. V. tile impressive installation cere-; ^ rs "i^e' ecII vv*ir d iTa n d*t wo^da iJh' monies, at which time th new t' ?rt mUw£r i officers of council accepted and ,nrt'vi!x'ail- -mH m,'« r V t.m Died tied themselves to cany out rv Ernie Bib Terrv * iS.'SW S!iv"'S¥ '$!*■"< m! w;^HSrJ5i!,S.."ad f'rossficld .![ Siiri...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 18 December 1946

9*0* 4—8orv«r. (Tnu) Wiw Ht M—Wxliftday Peg. II, IU j|jg VictOTS Bulldogs Smother Panhandle 35-23 PANHANDLK. Dec. 17 After losing to Claudo last Frl day niqht. the Borger Bulldogs bounced back in good form here tonight to smother the Panhandle Panthers 35 to 23 in a non conference basketball tilt. The Tex Hanna coached Borgans led by one point (5-^J at the end of the first frame but surged ahead in the second bracket to lead 18-10 at half time. Gaining more steam, the canines led 27 to 17 at the end of the third bracket and added eight more markers in the final stanza. It was the number 2 win Culp. f Hughes. £ Howard ... Bice, g ... Lowe TOTALS: against one Iocs for the Bulldog* and the second straight victory over Panhandle, which had hoped to gain revenge for the defeat administered by Borger at Borger J""'?0** two weeks ago. i neurits. f Little Alfred Hughes, pint sized guard, took top honors in the scoring department, banking in five earned baskets and dumping /, quartet of free...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 18 December 1946

* Plan To Eliminate Crowded Condition In State Hospitals AUSTIN, Tex., Dec. 13 —</PV A plan to help relieve crowde' conditions in state hospitals . for mental cases will get under way A«or>n after the fir^t of the year, w Carlos Ashley, chairman of thr state board of control, announcer1 that senile white women from the San Antonio and Austin state hos- pitals will .he transferred to the row Mcxiu hospital early in Janu- ary. The Mexia plant will have a ca- pacity of 1.000. it also includes wards transferred from the Austin st"te school for mentally deficient children. A It will not receivp patients di- rectly. only those transferred Ash- ley raid. The sweet potato, a rich source of vitamin A, also provides worth- while quantities o£ vitamin C and small amounts of the B vitamins and minerals. We have a number of good chows — Prevues selected for your enjoyment during the holidays) *REX* Open 11:45 9c-44c Phone 51 LAST DAY! Bogart-Bacall "THE BIG SLEEP" Thur. Fri. Sat. 06®^ Adel...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 18 December 1946

THE BORGER NEWS-HERALD ?ubllib*d *1 20* North Main 8tr !. Borgei T x trarj •VMit •xcap) Saturday, and on Sundof morning by PanhamlU PublUhin Company Inc. Publii-har*. I. C. Phillip* Edltoi and Minig. Six Moolta - ■ - —m— — ft TI Thraa Months __ ——— Mt Month 1.10 ^A^aakly , amiiai^ii^iwuiifciwi ■, i . Eniared a* Mcond-clasi mattat November 21. 1926. at tha Poll Oiilce 111 Borgei T..„, undPi the \. i I M*rrh H 1 Tha AMociatad Pra u axcluniTaly antitlad to tha uaa of rapubn alios ot all na*-< credited to it or not olher vite Paga $—Borgcr iTcxaa) Newt-Herald—Wednesday Doc. 18 1946 Just Breezin' Along fans TEXAS TODAY By JACK RUTLEDGE Associated Press Staff Here's one that baseball can kick around. James E. LaMoore of Po.t L-abel was once quite a baseball Flayer back in hi native town ol Wewaygo, Mich., says Sports Ed- itor Bill Bailey of the Brown- ville Herald. One day when Newaygo was playing their hated rivals from Montague, in the semi-pro series championship, something hap- pen...

Publication Title: Borger News-Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x