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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 December 1946

il- r/« <'P rt; 57 >8; ir * I Alhena Club Hosts Annual Christmas Dance Members of the Athena club en- 1 ttairied their husbands at the club's nnnual Christmas dinner dancc Wednesday.evening. Dinner was served in the Blue room of the Modern drill, followed by dancing In the Federated club looms. Arrangements for the affair were Jr charge of Mrs. A. Young, as- sisted by Mrs. Charles Cuthbert- Km and Mrs. Frank Selfridge. Setting the festive note for the evasion was the dinner table cov- jl*d with a band of red on white decorated with clusters of pine ciincs on evergreen boughs and lighted by red and white tapers in crystal holders. A holiday punch bowl sur- rounded by Christmas greenery ntered the serving table at the club rooms. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cuthbertson, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. tj^on, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Raw- I'..™, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Self- pidge, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walk- er, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weeks, IWr. and Mrs. John Stringer, Mr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 December 1946

■* I 1 T' fc r P . v j ■r College Students Arrive To Spend Holidays at Home Parent* of college students will welcorm* home for the Christmas Hobdays their hoys and girls now Atttmline col leges in other towns and states. Listed ofioog. those jtrriving ov- er thf \i e< Wiuv1 a|td < toiler arc Miss Rippel to Wed Charles Miller Mrs. It. J. Carlton Mllu' Monroe. "in P<iuc 2 B Borger, (Taxnsl Newt Herald Sunday, Dac. 22. 194$ n<1 thf University of Tex- net tin' > nlc season with I rents, Mr- and Mrs. J. C. Jill) West Franklu). and Mi.- Karl Rippel, 309 Es- I fit llie Mao Lut trail is ttoe holidays with her Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 114* West Cool idee. She; EluJeol at Way land college. | , jew. where ;,hc is majoring p < \emici:l aiuinccrittft. Miiite Kuth Thompson, a sopho-1 more art student .it West Texan i SWtc i.ollcjgc. Canyon, will spend her Christmas vacation with her mother. Mrs. Lulu Thompson. 212 J Luti Ha [•tits, (nil. Mr. an arrived S>'.4trday from Arlington! ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 December 1946

ranance Advixts Against Fight With Unions respoi OH From Quake Sit* *Fret at Slow News TOKYO, Deo. 21—(/Pi— Foreign correspondents, temporarily im- mobilized in Tokyo, fretted rest- lessly whil<> first reoprts of south- ern Japan's earthquake—the mosi dramatic story of the occupation trickled through inadequate, dam- aged communications. Correspondents had little chance until tonight to board a train for Osaka, approximately 350 miles from Tokyo and near the center of the damaged area. Regular Jap- anese trains were jammed to the roofs. The first press party departed at 7:30 p. m., by regular allied i military train and was due to ar- ! live at Osaka tomorrow morning, enroute. The Japanese press swung swiitly and somewhat inaccurate. ly into action. Pyramided reports i nd unchecked duplications pro- ciuccd wild rumors of topheavy casualties. Metropolitan papers and Kyodo News Agency were cut off from! key prel'ectural offices as the al- ways rickety Japanese telephone system g...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 December 1946

, (Tint) News-Herald—Sunday. Dm. H. IMC t Estel Holts Build Beautiful Home Bv TROY MARTIN That the Estcl Hell l.omo at 509 Crockett street in the Tliompton addition > !>uilt for comfortable livinq cannot be daaied. It is ' oot brick veneer which shall stand for y>in to com a« a idstinq monument to its builder and a beautiful edifice ir its community. The inaide oi the pictured dwellinq has that lived in at- mosphere which c Dnvorts a hcuso into a home. An old time fireplace lends a coty air to the spacious 18' by 24' living room. The doors oi tho livinq room open into a kitchen whose picture window ciives an unlimited view of tlio coun tryside beyond. Mrs. Melt's hot point kitchen features a breakfast nook which iB also handy when quick snacks aro served for a limited number. MTEND CHURCH TODAY! ft ft ft ti ft ffft ft frft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft # ft ft ft ft The den which is to the left of the jtifmn is any wen. dream of a place to *oend !>U muj.iii'j momenl> behind so...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 December 1946

I • .'1 /as jp. is n >111 Ar s >n ili- um net. 10- isl. ho y nfi in | ny U I • !i h « * V € & fa ft g ! ft L 4 J* ' 1—-SPECIAL NOTICES PHOTOSTATIC COPIES, elacii uul •kite, end Blueprint work ol all lypaa. I day tarvtc* Pkow I - o«tir. fttai.nl* Mou—. Ill dh «t ntfAin ml ma mm typawrllara and adding machlnaa. Phone S lor prompt and guaranteed wtflca. Tha Olflca Supply. WASHING machine repairs All makib nnd moclrls We buv antl soil uspd washer*. Matliicu Appliance Co., 71)8 N Miiln Phone <ni MM VETERAN Tloor Sanding Co. TIoom laid, tended and tinUbed. All work guaranteed. Phone liM II ne answar. call H1W W. T. Hogwa and Raymond Colling, ownari. t 241c GAYl.KNK Ml At'fY SHOP. Kt« N«lth Main, Borger. December ret acqualnt- cd special: Permanent* cut as low as 1* 50 Plain Shampoo and set— .75 Special Shampoo (Milky, Klutf, Oil) $1.00 Manicures 73c. AH work given by experienced operator*. Call 1707 to- day for nn appointment. Monroe and La Verne Hardin—owners-operators. 6-24...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 December 1946

!M« 6-B THE BORGER <TEXAS> NEWS-HERALD Sund'.ty, December 22, 1946 MXVKWNS w. +■■+'.& * J*^r<8#iWfc GIFTS f«r WOMEN! SLIPS Beautiful crepe or satin. Tailored or lace-trim. $349 COSTUME JEWELRY ... $1.00 to $6.90 Fancy do-dads in gold, silver and brass. Ear screw sets, novelty pins, necklaces, bracelets and many others. SCARFS .... 98c lo $2.98 A gift that can't fail lo please. Gorgeous creprs in heavy or rheer weight. Also soft woolens for comfort. GLOVES $2.98 to $4.98 A lovely gift that goes hand-in-hand with appreciation. Smartly styled kidskin in dressy black. b£I HANDKERCHIEFS 25c and 49c PURSES A choice of styles or colors. Large, medium, small sizes. $498 iO $9.90 f I SWEATERS Slfiort sleeves, pastel colors A colorful array of the loveliest of gift handkerchiefs. Beau, tiful patterns; solid colors and white. SEWING KITS $5.90 Handy kit with a variety of sowing aids — ideal for mother, grandmother or any homemaker. Brightly packaged. PANTIES 98c Best quality rayon...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 December 1946

t Government Wartime Investment Paying Page 1-C—Borgar. (TaxaO News-Herald—Sunday, Dec. 22, 1946 Pipe Company's SUSPENDED SENTENCE BIO SPUING, Tex., Doc. 21— j (/TV—Mrs. Lupe Garcia, 23, mother of two children wits given n « . . 1i|eeV five-year suspended sentence to- j l.ni|ffart With day in 70th district court on a wv"14 **aa charge of kidnapins two-year old C'lyndon Bradley, son of Mrs. Lem- uel Larnfield of Colorado City. Mrs. Garcia was arrested in San Angelo with the child a short time after he was missed here Oct. 25. IJ ft Russia Invalid % isTittas ... Is Just Around The Corner We Still Have Many Nice Gifts * Electric Broilers * Rubber Both and Floor Mcts * Presure Cookers * Character Dolls * Table Lamps (And Many Other Gift Items) We also have a nice stock of parts, which enables us to give you prompt service on your small electrical appliance re- pairs. Satisfaction Guaranteed B. & L. Electo lCo- Phone S3 I I 803 803 North Main EL PASO, Tex., Dec. 21—(/Pi- Federal Dist...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 December 1946

H ) Of CnlWrtson Target for Red Writer's Censure MOSCOW, lX'v 1M V -Soviet Publicist David Z..i4Uivi>ky Fri dt,y singled nut Kly Culbcrt en American writer "on bridge and international affairs. for a sawij;e attack m Pravda, communist j ai tv ci «an. The article was titled j the "Policy of the Kna\e," Culbertson captured Zaslav>!tv'« attention becau>e of a pamphlet he had written, named a.s ' Should v i ight Russia'.''' (The title of Culborlson't book published several months ago by the John C. Winston Co. of Philadelphia, is "Must We Fiahl Russia?" Culbertson was reported on a lecture tour and could not be rouched immedi- ately lor comment on the Prav- da article.! The Russian publicist bc«an by denouncing professional card clubs t;nd card circles as a "kingdom of rascals," headed by Culbertson, "Ely hates the Soviet Union Zaslaesk.v said. "He has reasons. not only that the Drama in Waiting Room of Bus Depot Intrigues Observer By TROY MARTIN All the pathos of a bust sellin...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 December 1946

7rT^ \ § J Commercial Use Of Atom Energy Within 5 Years DOSTON, Doc. 21—(TP)— Com- mercial u e of atomic energy with- in five years was predicted Friday by a group of New England ex- perts providing the government gives the "green light" to indus- try. These views were expressed in ) a repoil by a Now England eour- til committee which include > Karl T. Compton. president of Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology and one of the developers of the atom bomb, and Bradley Dewey, president ol the American Chemical society. Although no atomic power plants have been built, they said, "There now seems to be no ques- tion, from tfce purely technical standpoint, about the possibility ) of generating large amounts of power from the hear liberated during the operation of atomic piles." Many factors, they added, would affect the speed with which the elom is put to commercial use— rmong than government finan- cial support for research and de- velopment, full release of tech- nical information ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 December 1946

BOYLE S Page 4 C Borycr# (Texas) Newi-H rald •■Sunday, Doc. 22 194b l. r ■ iair. WW* ■'-Kr ■ there'll be no coming out Taking Laboratory Tesls PARTY FOR SUSIE 3 J By HAL BOYLE CINCINNATI Ohio, Do, 21- l/P>—Susie is the hiSK' t elmror sr.I in the nrdwi-i, But she* strictly an t>! f. - M loned horn# girl. She <)<><••. 't u< -oufje or powder, anil she s.ii I ••mx" to a Holly wo > I p-odn rr <vho wanted to co-Mar her In the movies with Kl t n Drew. Shp kac^i in snap* an'"., gentlemen, wh«t ? «h " *l—on :i flrictly vegeterisn di t. She never ha *mokrd, )-ut sh will takp a n'o o* bourbon In ori- vat*—ju t to clair ur> a cold. She has midnight-colored hair, storm v brown eyes and she irrew ;tp to the perfect feminine height ■ -five-feet-two. But she doesn't | go in for cuddling—not Suaic. tl will be quite an event when Pusie has her fwentv-firsi birth- day next August. But there are sound reasons for believing thnt she won't have a "coming out" party and never...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 December 1946

Army [SJ ■() 50,000 eman st di- /e rc- ened j be- 1 pro- llluW- sident order f I'M- ( ,, THE BORGER NEWS HERALD Publithad at 205 North Main Strict, Boryer, Taxat evarf mnn axcapt Saturday. gnd or. Sunday morning by Panhandl* Publishii Company. Inc.. Publishari. 1. C. Phillip* Cditoi and Managt On# Year $11.0 Six Months ; 5.7,' Thro* Month* 3,01 Month y J,Jff Waakly ,2i Enierod at tacond-cla*t rnattar Nortmber 23. 1926 at the Post Ottice at Borgar. Taxas under the Act of March 8. IBS''. The Associated Presi is oxclusively entitled to the use ol republi cation ol all nav« Hispa'chei credited to it or not otherwise Pago 5-C—Borger (Texas) News-Herald—Sunday Dec. 22, 1946 Science May Do Something About Weather By ROBERT GEIGER WASHINGTON, Dec. 22—(/Pi- Weather scientists are mobilizing to decide whether man really can do anything in a big wajr about the weather. The United States weather bu- reau, the armv, the navy and a Cretin of ton-ranking private scientists have ioinptf in a pro- j...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 22 December 1946

Pooe 6 C the: borger (Texas) news-herald Sunday, December 22 1946 0 I Tussy Compacts, all metal .. Tussy Tahina Gilt Sels ...... Dorothy Gray Nosegay Sel . DuBarry Balhsei Old South Sun Dial Gift Box Francis Denny Gift Sets ... Houbigants Chantilly Sets .. April Shower Gift Sets Seaforth Shave Sets for Men . Sportsmans Shave Sets ... Gillette Razor Gift Sets Old South Rose Jar 00 .. 3.00 .. 4.25 4.00 .. 4.00 .. 3.50 to 5.00 3.75 . 5.00 .. 5.00 . 5.00 . 5.00 . 4.50 O — & GIFTS r Yardley's Shaving Lotion 1.25 Wrisley's Spruce Shaving 2.00 Sportsman Shaving Necessities 1.50 up Men's Pipes-Grabow, Yellobole & Medico 1.50 up Old South Virginia Reel Trio 1.25 Dorothy Gray Cold Cream Soaps 1.50 Old South Surprise Box 1.00 Tussy Tahimina Body Powder 1.50 Dorothy Gray Nose Gay Sachets 1.50 Old South Cotton Pickers Bag 2.00 Scftol Cuticle Sets 2.00 PRICE SALE Quantities and Rights Reserved Prices Good Till Christmas Eve sf w' WE'RE STOCK ON DOLLS m wm -v.' m is ' . \ . i mg tv v mym M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 23 December 1946

WEATHER WCST TtXASi Fill this afternoon, tonight and Tuesday: cooler in Panhandle and South Plains thii afternoon and tonight. ftofiKf Nms-Jiefalfr Borger Ntws-Htrali Circulalloii Dept. Pbm Other Dtpls.: 6 aa4 7 THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD < I Vol. 21—-No. 54 NEA Soviet Assoc ioted Pross Borger, Texas, Monday, December 23, 1946 (Eight Pages Today) Prteo 5< Russians Order U.S. Ship To Leave Dairen Borger and Phillips Exes Clash New Year's Day in Benefit Football Contest Call it the Carbon Bowl game or whrt have you but this city will be the site oi a New Years Day football classic. Bulldog Stadium is expected to be filled to capacity when the Ex-Bulldons of Borner and the Ex Blackhawks of Phillips clesh for the first time in history, in a benefit contest. Pro- ceeds of the name will be split between the Phillips and Bor ter American Legion posts to go into the veterans rehabili- tation funds of these organizations. Agent Testifies Arson Indicated In Hotel Fire 200 Fren...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 23 December 1946

Pi ! \ Pay* t—Borf«r. (Ttxati New -H ra)d Monday. Dec. 23, 1946 .icsici. [COLUMN ALL SHE WANTED WAS "BINGO!" By HAL BOYL.L A<iov> tlii" river Hum Cintii- > atl. IXc. 23- 1' The littli o' : it.fly ill the btaeh hat -at alonf t the lable, Shi* seemed out of olace in this omlit 'night club" that would IViive 'confuted immeasurably on.", ........... HB P~~ ■ of the picturesque gamblers whj j remain on the finance oimml'tee. "cut tbe kvard*" on the old tf.v- He announced too that h« hows steamer*. U omftnuc u« chairman of the I republican .-tcerinn committee. For m thosf hdlcvoo c!.iv Tafi To Ask Labor Chairmanship When Senators Organize WASHINGTON, Dec. 23 — (/P) Stf S< i tt< i IIiibcrl A. Tatt«>i Ohioir. ai<• Unlay he will ask the chair-1 M .tip : * lp of th>? senate labor com- w nisssion when republican senators | & meet Dec. 30 to organize for their jtew majority role | By seniority. Tott would have! §p the i r.oieo of the labor chairman- ,-l.ip or head of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 23 December 1946

« I " K i h % I n I t I TA/oman'^ (Page P«g« 3 - It org# r. fTexai) Newt-Harald Monday. Pec. 23. 1946 Phillips P-TA Has Program, Christmas Parly Members of the Phillip Parent Teachers association held their Christmas program and parly Tue.Kia* niRlit in the grade school fiucMlorlum. Decoration* featuring the Christ- mas theme were arranged by Mrs. Ray Hi-1 ley, A Christmas program was pre- >cnWd by the grade school chorus under the direction of Mrs. D. II. liubbard. Thirteen members of the unit ieceived certificates for the jiro- crqurc: course. Miss Clara Moore's seventh gracje roam won the attendance prize. , Following the program a social hour was presented by the third i.nri fourth grade room mothers. The tea table decorations depicted it Christmas scene flunked by light- ed rrtl candles. Mrs. C. M. Carter pnd Mrs. G. G. Marken presided et the silver tea and coffee serv- ice. Approximately 259 members and puests attended the party. New Officers Named For Phillips R.N.A. ♦ fl ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 23 December 1946

P y* 4 -Btlftt. (T xa*> Newi-Hrrald—Monday, Dec 23, 1946 THE NATION TODAY LXCISL TAXES By FRANCIS M. LE MAY ■Subfctitulinq for James Marlow) Paid 20 c*nti ,0 ,ho federal trourury. Vl*.\?HINGT< Do 23- If you Mt yourtelf or a friend Suat;i v l;uiiitnl Undo Sam «r«\ up to quart of liquor, your ij fp " in what in;iy well he Uncle Sam got a dollar or more tho nation's bins**' buying spree Santa is spreading Christmas cheer. And Uncle Sam is rolling ' ''ristmus visiting back to the old in the tax dollars, because the war i time exeisc rates still prevail. ol what you paid for it, depend- i the excise levies prevail the Jewelry' furs, luggage and toilet _ 1 PL-;#!—-« ing on the pr.of. yea. 'round t rMions- A d. up from 20 per- UDUSUBI LnHSimaS For every dollar you spent on jewelry, furs, perfume or lug- You and your friends who are; Tnese taxes, affecting many e ther purchases and services, will yield billions of dollars this year. A lot of folk in and out of con- gress would like to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 23 December 1946

& & $ I 4. & % i & fi M Odessa Will 8e Favored Over Jefferson Team Pag* S—Borgor. (Taitan N w H r«ld—Monday, D«c. 23. 1946 1 By HAROLD V. RATLIFF Auociatrd Pratt Sports Editor Odessa's undefeated, untied Bronchos undoubtedly will no to the post us fa%-orites next Satur- day when the West Texans meet Thomas Jefferson of San Antonio at Austin for the state schoolboy football chamoionship. But it's nothing new for the Mustangs, who also are unbeaten although once tied, to be under 0'logs. Before the season started Aus- tin's Maroons were generally pick- ed to win the district title and go on to the stale finals. But Jeffer- | sqn defeated Austin 10-7. No later than last week Lufkin was rated three to five points bet- ter—but Jefferson played smart, brilliant football, showed a great defense and not only tumbled the Panthers 13-0 to advance to the state finals for the first time but ^vas within a step of another •touchdown as the game ended. The schools will be playing t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 23 December 1946

THE BORGER NEWS-HERALD P *Uah*d at 205 North Main Strsat. Boryar. Taxa •▼•ry •T*nin« nctpl Saturday, and on Sunday morning by Panhandla Publishing Company. Inc.. Publithara. J. C. PhiUipi Editor and Managar Jni Yaar >>.00 Mm Month* — 5.75 Thraa Month* - 3 0C Month 1.10 Wookly <25 Entarad a* * cond-clat* nn«M«r November 23. 18?8, at tha Po*t Offica at Borgar, Taxat under tha Acl ol March 8. 1897. Tha AtiociHtad Pratt it *clunvely entitled to tha u*e of republi- cation of all newt diipe'r' * credited to it or not otherwise. Page S Bor^r- ..is New: Herald Monday, Dec. 23. 1946 De?.iii T-•' for Firri 3 Days Of holiday Season Totals 17 f *NOTHL§ BABY JCTNS OCCUPATION j TOKYO, Dct tS—li*' -Anoth- j bnby joined thr occupation form I < riay—the .«on of U. and Mr". William E Farrar of ?087 Parli ;tvt., Uruiid Hapid*. Mich TItf baby was born at the Johnson field hosnitol, ju*i out*let* Tokjf-. „ —mm < A Bibicnl mil* wa* worth le«- ^hiiii a quni*t*r of a <*nt. Texan Makes Goo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 23 December 1946

•I ; i i [-1 1 s y 1— tPtCIAL K0T1CES ffilOfTATIC COMM. ■mi. aa4 llMfikl work oi all lnw. I day Mrvk* rkew I - OtBci Houaa UMk «t At.*AIM Vu mikn typewriters iM •Ming machines. Phone S lor prompt • <1 |uuhIh4 iwv ice. The Otflce apply \VASIItNCi mai'lTine lep.-ilrv ATI nuikcs und models. Wc buy and sell usrd washer* Mathleu Appliance Co . 708 N. Main. Phnno 9T1. :t-2Ulc VETERAN rioor Sanding Co. rioort laid, sanded and Untitled. All work guiitnlMd. Phon* 1114. II no answer, call Mt-W. W T. Hofu* and Raymond Collin. owttin. f-24tc CAVLENE fltSAUTY SttOP. 6$0 North Main, Burger. December get acquaint ed special: Perrtianents cut as low as $4.50 Plain Shampoo and set—.75 Special Shampoo (Milky, Fluff. Oil) *1 00 Manicures 75c. All work given by experienced operators. Call 17517 to- day for an appointment. Monroe and La Verne Hardin—owners-operators. . 0 24tc WANTED: Ironing. Excellent work Also will keep children in my home by hour or dav, cheap, H05 W. 4th St. 10-Gtp FOR 8 ALB; ISf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 23 December 1946

- -3* t |M|W, (Twu) News-Herald—Monday. Dee. 23. IMS W. R. McAdoo Now Manager of Borgers Loading Dairy Firm Norman Motiey ... ...oticy ant Orioll Ni'lsoti owih-m (if the Gold- ..mith Dairy, . I " ' v Mam Stvwt. woie fortunate •tori n rngaRins W. H. MeAdoj thu general manager of ther !:• in. Mr. McAdoo assumed the dutic:; of manager of the dairy in Sep- rnber of Jhi< vcur, after re- f Rliuttf hi* former position of production manager for ll>c lar«- i -t dftirv processing plant in the Amanita area. Mr. McAdoo served mi that capacity for twenty-five >rars, before accepting hi# pres- ent position with the Goldsmith firm. Goldsmiths Dairy wui foundel in Border in 1928 by the former - wner and operator, Mrs. c. S. Goldsmith of Borger. Under the guidance of Goidsniith. the fir.'t j,«auno the l'irgest and most r.- ;>otultle of its kind in Ibis un a. In 1948, the firm was purchased !.y the present owner*, all vet- an.* in the dairy processing field. The Motleys' and Nelson v ere ...

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