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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 15 February 1935

AGE TEN ana*. 't> ''W- ..'v 1 " ' J.'j,1 r ;' /> ■ . '^,V C*. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1935 THESE PRICES GOOD FEB. 15 TO 22 THESE PRICES GOOD FEB. 15 TO 221 Here's Money-Saving News For Borger Food Shoppers! LEMONS Sunkist, Dozen LETTUCE Firm heads, each STRAWBERRIES Florida, Pint ONIONS Spanish Sweet, pound OflA YAMS bVV Fancy East Tex. Kiln dried lb VJn APPLES Winesap nS|| Extra fancy, large size, doz. DC POTATOES U. S. INSPECTED, RUSSETS 10 POUNDS KELLOGG'S WHOLE WHEAT BISCUITS Bring your cou- pon and buy one each—Rice Krispies. Pep and Corn Flakes—,, FREE , <gt< JM, ORANGES RED BALL. LARGE SIZE DOZEN PRODUCE PRICES GOOD FRIDAY. SATURDAY AND MONDAY TRY THIS FOR A SAVORY funDAY Dinn VAL-U 1 H mmM iMB mm? v v. -• GRAPE NUT FLAKES Package CHOCOLATE Baker's Premium, V2 lb. bar COFFEE Maxwell House, 1 Pound R@ast Pork Cut from small Pig Loins or Center Cuts of Pig Shoulders POUND-- FRYERS 2 to lx/i lb. average, tender, fat ones, lb. . 29c HOT BARBECUE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 February 1935

. I I The Hutchinson County Herald We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County VOL. 8—NO.13 BURGER STINNETT. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1935 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAV MANY EXPECTED AT BANQUET OF BUSINESS GROUP Basham Funeral Is Held On Wednesday Mrs. Anna .1. Basham, 69, pass- 'ed away suddenly from a stroke i of paralysiB at the home of a | daughter, in Crescent Carbon I community, Tuesday, February 19. Funeral services were conduct- ed Wednesday afternoon at the 1 First Methodist Church in Bor- TNVTTFD ger' with ReVi J' B'- McReynolds' invlltiU, ^ officiating. He was as- ' sisted by Rev. Hunt, pastor of the PROGRAM ANNOUNCED j First Baptist Church. BY MANAGER OF Mrs. Basham was buried in the ASSOCIATION Highland cemetery. Carv'Cr Fu- i neral Chapel liad charge of tuner- RETAIL CREDIT AFFAIR EXPECTED TO BE SUCCESS GUESTS Between 200 and 250 people j ;t[ are expected to attend the second annual banquet of the Retail Credit Association of Borger to j be held at 8 o'clock Tu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 February 1935

HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 LLOYD S. McCAN.N, Editor «nd Publisher Entered as second class matter January 7, 1927, at the Postoffice at Stinnett, Texas, under th^ Act of March 8, 1879. Subscription Rates One Year 1 $1.50 Six Months sr__ . 80c Circulation guaranteed 4,300 copies per week. Advertising Rates 35c per Col. inch. H. A. Hawkins Opens j Tire Shop In Borger , ■ - i Another Borger business man j who lias plenty of confidence in the future of our city is H. A. ' Hawkins. Hawkins has coniplet- ] ed tlie work this week of remod- | eling the building across the stree; fvoin his service station and has opened up a tire shop. In the building he has added | the latest and most modern tiro j vulcanizing equipment found In ! Horger and is thoroughly prepar- DuriNr no icc i'*d t0 dl) Uie finest work in thia „ , V?, . , .. , , line. In the new building that The Hutchnson County Herald is published as a | |lousps ti)(, tire shop, a washing c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 February 1935

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE TI Roy Hedgecokes Live In Same House In Three Towns Over Ten-Year Period Few people have had an exper- ience similar to that of Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Hedgeeoke o£ Borger who have made the same house Jt'ir home in three different ^fvns within the last ten years. When the young couple began housekeeping al Plemons several years ago, it was in a small wood- en structure at Plsmons. They j lived there for several years, and 1 the home was the birthplace of the oldest daughter, Millie West. 1 Later Hedgeeoke set up his ab- stract office at the newly formed countyseat, Stinnett, which is still the home of the Pioneer Abstract company St which he is owner and j manager. Having formed an at- tachment for the "first house," he moved it to Stinnett and placed it on the rear of the abstract of- fice site. An addition was made to the; building and it was refinished and decorated inside. Built-in furni- ture and bath equipment were1 also added. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 February 1935

" HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, FBB'ltttARY 32, 19&5 BORGER JUNIOR CLASS IS FIRST TO STAGE SHAKESPEAREAN PLAY ^MUtToHI HiM* a nn TflWlTHtf H t Tho first group in Burger to at- tempt staging a Shakespearean drama, the junior class of Borger .high school has chosen }o present f'As You Like It" ae the annual Class play tii be given on March 1 at the high school auditorium, ac- cording t!> Mrs. Grace Martin, di- re 'to:* and one of the class spon- sors. The drama will he given in five acts. The setting is near a casth in France and in the For- est of Arden. Members of the cast are: Duke, banished — Matthew Kelly, ' "f Duke, Frederick, his brother ^ick Chaney, Amiens, Jacques Lords) Jaycees Honor Old Officers At Supper Honoring outgoing officers, the Borger Junior Chamber of Com- merce sponsored a box supper and entertainment at the River- view clubhouse Tuesday night, ac- cording to Monte VVolford, presi- dent. Twenty-five couples attended. A1 Tarver, outgoing president, mail;...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 February 1935

1 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1935 MEETING SLATED FOR ORGANIZING $ FARMERS' GROUP Club Holds Bridge Party At Riverview ! Uecoraticns carried out the Val- entine motif when the Electric City home demonstration club en- j tertained with a bridge party at —>-r- : tlie Hlverview club last WedneH- COUNTY - WIDE ORDER day evening, Feb 13. Mrs. W. M. TO BE FORMED Bradford and Mrs. B. T. Brinton SATURDAY j were hostesses. I Mrs. T. N. Childress received TALKS PLANNED AGENTS WILL SERVE IN CAPACITY OF ADVISORS the door prize. Score favors went to Mrs. K. B. Cowan, Mrs. J. C. Ward, Sam Sawyer, K. G, Swort- wood, (.'. I . Kerns and O. J. Run- nals. Refreshments wore served Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Brooks, Mr. Earui men and women In j alul Mrs. T. N. Childress, Mr. Hutchinson county will gather at ! an<l Mrs. Fred Throckmorton, Mr. the 131st district court room in I and Mrs. O. ,J. Rannals, Mr. and the courthouse at Stinnett at 2 j Mrs. Sam Sawyer. Mr. and Mrs. o'clock Saturday afternoon to or-j "■ !'•...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 February 1935

. KMf /"* Wmm HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1935 Here's Why You Wilflike to Shop at Furr Food Store This Week! Prices Are Good All Week Friday, February 22 To Friday, '"arch 1 « £ % Lean Shoulders, Lb. ■=r \-<r for all staple groceries, meats, and fancy fruits and vegetables is a rule of our stores. We never take advantage of our public by adding on a few cents here LOW PRICES and there. We give you, our customers, an opportunity to save. Try us. ||BAI| /III AI ITU '® something that we insist upon when we buy, and we expect you to de- mim VUHLI I I mand it from us. If we ever slip up in any way on quality—-we would be glad to have you give us the privilege of makin J it right. We would appreciate it. 0 EDlff AC the kind that smiles, and means it—is our constant aim. Nobody III)ttill| IlL aClfVlvC likes a grouchy grocer—no matter what kind of food he sells. We feel that your every day shopping might as well be pleasant. We want to help as well as sell! EGGS cF:;ly,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 February 1935

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1935. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD WAISMAN'S STORE CELEBRATES SECOND ANNIVERSARY IN BORGER MERCHANT IS ONFOF TOWN'S MOST ENTHUSIAS- TIC BOOSTERS; PROPHESIES GREAT FUTURE FOR ^ CITY. Celebrating the end of liis sec- ond year In Borger, Hamniie Wais- rnau, owner and manager of Wais- man's Store, has opened a gigan- tic anniversary sale termed the "greatest bargain event in Fior- ger's hlft.or.v." Although he is one of the youngest merchants in Borger, Waisman is one of the town's most enthusiastic boosters. Since com- ing here, he lias been very active in the Lions' club and the Junior Chamber of Commerce, and he has lent his active support to many civic moves. "Borger is the most progres- sive town of any its size that 1 have seen anywhere," Waisman says. "I haVe enjoyed being here, and I am confident that Borger has a great future." Previous to esteblishing bis business here, Waisman bad a dry goods store at McLean. He has been in business for himself Ijive years, a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 February 1935

—— H* — • - Z*L i - j.r... TODAY, FEBRtTAH> 22. 1935 --5 Ml s. .< tea 1 > 1 i GUARANTEED FAST COLOR-REGULAR 25c VALUE SAT MORNING ONLY SPECIAL C yard w* ^Pli ' 2 •"/«*,>- ^'wk Your Choice La dies Suits or Dresses VALUES Ci) QC LATEST S7.95 STYLES YOU CAN FIND THE DRESS You Have Been Wanting SALE OF iOns Embroidery Thread (Clark's) All Colors 2Sc Suede Jackets , f We are throwing our entire stock of ladies' suede jackets on the bargain block. Value as high as $7.95, now only $3 •95 t S a fan S 3 a Thread COATS AND (LARKS P ER Sk Bias Tape ALL COLORS m Box of Buttons 15c VALUES 4 C : -rsnam Odd End Table Broken^ sizes, men's shirts, pajamas, sweat- ers, children's dresses, ladies blouses, and sweaters. 49c Save Money On These Bargains Ladies Flannel Gowns We have a nice selection of our regular 79c gowns that are on sale for— 39c REAL VALUES IN Men's Shoes k All Leather SflBk Any Walk-Over Shoe in stock—$6.50 Values $4.95 Any $5.00 Shoe in stock S3.95 Any $3.95 Shoe in sto...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 February 1935

/ / FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1935. • i. HI i—Hi I > S. ■■ ■ p . ' tm ff- ~ ■■■ HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE NINE Ieen lower-than they are now at iiii • v' -'.i # Swing BOY'S SUEDE JACKETS Sizes 6 to 16. These will give the boy a lot of service and they are stylish. Gos- sack styles. Reg. $5.95 val. $3-49 ONE GROUP BOYS DRESS SHIRTS All fast colors and pre- shrunk. Reg. 79c value 49c ONE GROUP WEEK-END BAGS AND HAT BOXES Values to SI.69 These Are Real Bargains 49 c ji£ m u. 6 A'/. See ' 'Hy Qjf.-. 'he f) h''r !• SfV Of6 ,e\ ^ * % <« J# mm ITINC BARGAIN ular 15c value, 36 in. wide, or : lights, darks and fancies. r . wide* -- 3 yds. 25c 1935 SPRING PRINTS 5®6fc£&£2 7lf\ 1®\\ and Piques, Plaids, Stripes, etc., 36" wide" Per Yard 22(; ^EVBNT IN RORGER'S HISTORY Think of This! WE HAVE PUT ON SALE EVERY LADIES' COAT IN ODR STORE FOR \v ALL NEW COATS VALUES TO SI 6.95 (r W V m h V % 11 s mv i ■ Wtr. i—iii Minn J/a , i \ 1« ■ot&t <0# «"V ■ ':M i- ■ ■ ■§ L \.M': i ! iF V 9<-...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 February 1935

'-V\, ri PAGE TON PAGE FOUR . HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1935. Acementt For M. E. Church FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES Wealth in Gas Wells? One-Cent Check Is Paid for Yearns Royalty Sunday school at ft:45 a. m. K. ■H. D*Uy, general superintendent. Morning worship at IX a. m. ) f . An anthem will be given by the directed by Mrs. Marian fJl>PUtsn)«U. Henry Gillespie will Wing a solo. > Theme for the morning ser- mon by the pastor will he "A! Last Sunday, Feb. 17th, was a great day in the experience of ... ^ -*31 our church. We had six accessions to the church at the eleven o'clock , hoar. One was converted at that time and united by baptism. Three i <>thers joined for baptism and two j by letter. All were adults. We ; shall attend to the ordinance of _ baptism at close of church next Week-ender.1 (A Weak Day Spent ^ d , , ip Poor Way for Little Pay,— . " " " " / ,, , Christ, a Revelation, a Con,mis- The Workers Meeting ot the •ton a Power ) ° Duro Associati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 1 March 1935

assr :T ■ WW The Hutchinson County Herald We Get ResultsI Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County VCvV 8—NO. 14. liUKGEK STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1935. frif&rtlCT COURT 'BEGINS FOURTH WEEK OF CASES MANY SUITS SETTLED OR TAKEN FROM DOCKET SESSION TO END "NOT GUILTY" VERDICT GIVEN IN FERREL LEE TRIAL The Eighty-fourth IJ i s t r iet court began its fourth week Mon- day, with Judge E. J. Pickens on the bench and Henry Cross as court stenographer. Several criminal oases were tried a n d decisions rendered, while a few civil suits were set- tled before the court. The com- pensation case of Z. H. Jacknon i>®fnst Texas Employers Insur- ant Association took up several days, and a verdict in the case was not reached until Monday. ; The Jury had deliberated on the matter two and a half days before they were dismissed at noon .Sat- urday until Monday morning. The murder trial of Kerrell I>-e for the death of John Adams at the former's farm home on the; northern line of Hutch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 1 March 1935

E TWO HUTCHINSON COUNTY HSRALD 1 V f HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 LLOYD S. McCAN.N, Editor and Publisher . Entered as second class matter January 77 1927, at the Postoffiee at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March 8,1879^ _ _ Subscription Rates One Year $1.50 Six Months 80c Circulation guaranteed 4,300 copies per week. Advertising- Rates 35c per Col. Inch. PHONE NO. 166 The Hutchnson County Herald is published as a county-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 leceased, were granted to me, the} mdersigned, on the 5th day of September, A. D. 1932, by the County Court of Hutchinson County. All persons having claims igainst said estate are hereby re- quired to present the same to me within the time prescribed by law. My residence and post office ad- dress are Borger, County of Hutchinson, s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 1 March 1935

IMJ ■ r FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 19S5. HIDE SPIEMMG OF CKIIE AIOVSES NATIONAL ALARM situation, we note: | "ONE.—'In 1934 there were pa- '• ruled, throughout the country, ! 35,000 prisoners, of whom 50 per. ______________ j cent were second or third or old- PUBLIC IS WARNED AMERICA'S DAN "j "Actually, then, a loose and £ER AND DISGRACE MUST BE ENDED maudlin (in many cases, a penur- 'ffm IT K i iously tax-sav'lng) parole system. ' TO SAVE CIVILIZATION j CO-OPERATES toward the fur- . | therance of criminality. The wide spread of crime over the United States is | "TWO. —The amazing youth- attracting national alarm. Writers, educators, ministers, ifli ne8K uf ,lie averaK° American stAjesmen are all vitally concerned with checking an evii ' Cl"im1""1- 1,1 ,.ho n,ain' un^r fjL more devastating than famine, pestilence or* war. , °XT> VrtZly^nl' con- ls to be regretted that Borger and Hutchinson ! jcienci'iess, cruel, cynical type! county must bear their share of blame for distressing ! "Such a f...

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

t ■V I 1 ■ "■ « Kenera - -f '• - • • 1. .«■ - . - HXJTCHiNSON COUNTY HERALD —■ — ■ n m-iu . i i ■ —w "THEFT WITHIN LAW" m CONGRESSMAN RANKN SCORES POWER TRUST FOR CORRUPTION WASTING MILLIONS FOR CON- SUMERS IN AMERICA. | r uess in general—has developed The congressman praised the power (ron) privately owned com- iiito a racket; a legalized rtfo- Federal Trade Commission for its pjtnies, the American people are iket," Hie representative stated, long and careful investigation of j paying between five hundred mil- utilities, adding: "I do not hesi- lion and a billion, prt.bahly more, tate to say to you that the Ameri- can people owe the Commission a lasting debt of gratitude for the services they have rendered in un- Quotiug an article wMtten by Pres- ident ttoosev.elt in 1932 entitled | "Theft Within the Law,'" he cbn- 'tfattfettWsfe "(real I'ina acini losses liave 'ciiiie from unbound holding «'oiii- learthing and exposing the great- I panics. . . . They have enabled i est system of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 1 March 1935

i / I \ FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1935. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD TEXAS TERRACING GETS FRESH IMPETUS FOR 19335 PROGRAM PRESENT PLANS CALL FOR EXTENSION OF IM- PORTANT PHASE OF FARM ENGINEERING OVER j A STATE RED CROSS NURSE DISCUSSES "HEALTH" AT PRINGLE P. T. A. ■'ell i' .(Wl( Terracing lias been recognized ;is an Important phase of farm | •lglneerlng for 1915 by the sign-J i^ of an agreement between the' Extension Service and Tex. j fltural Communities Inc to co-1 operate in increasing the amount of land in the State under the protection of terraces. M. K. Kentley, agricultural en-1 g|neer, will have charge for the lCM'-nsion Service which has the' responsibility of securing coop-; (•ration in counties' desiring the program; of furnishing technical1 supe rvision of county terracing ! assistants employed by Texas Ru- ral Communities Inc.: and of as* I sisting with training workers and giving general supervision of con- servation work. Texas Rural Communities Inc.. the government agency charge...

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

FRIDAY. MARCH HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD / Listen: for our daily specials with the correct time sig- nals broadcast five times during the day over radio station KGRS, Amarillo. Choice, fresh meats carefully selected, properly kept and cut, are the basis of every good meal. Our meat market features the grade and kind of meat you prefer and at the best possible prices. Whether you shop in person or send the chlidren, you may always be sure of quality at our meat market. j -# Mm HENS Nice Fat Ones. Dressed and Drawn Free, Lb. 2 to 2Vi2 pound average, Lb. Sliced, Our own machine sliced, Lb. FRYERS BACON HOT BARBECUE, " ! , STEAK sausage cheese Cut from Grain Fed Beef, Lb. Pure Pork Seasoned Right, Lb Cottage, -|E Freshly Creamed, Lb ivv 29c 33c 25c 13 c 19c MINCED HA All Meat; Excellent for Lunches or to fry, Lb. ROAST Cut from Choice Beef, Lb._ 15c POTATO SALA0r™y15c CHILI PEANUT BUTTER DOG FOOD 19c Bricks, Lb. Fresh "I7 Stock, Lb. _ I ■ V Pard, Ideal or Doyles, per can MINCE MEAT 25c 10...

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

We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County ERALD VOL. 8—NO. 15. BOKGEK STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY", MARCH 8, 1935. TWENTY PAGES PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAT O O O O O O O o o O O O O o o 0 0 0 O 0 o o o o o Progressive Borgans Make Edition Possible The Hutchinson County Herald wishes to thank the progressive individuals and business firms in Borger who have made this Birth- day Edition possible. Attention is called to their advertisements in this issue. The following have cooperated: B L. Rogers Congress Hotel Holt Grocery & Miller Mkt. ^Cliff and Betty Sandwich Shop ^A. M. Minton O. T. "Jack' Lackey Nyaf Casino Waismuns Store Lewis Hardware Franks Bar Deluxe Cafe Deluxe Cleaners Hotel Black Pharmacy Oil City News Stand Ivan Aldersun Studio Leonard & Leonard Service Station Knight Lumber Company Panhandle insurance Agency Borger Steam Ai. to Laundry Pete's Place Senate Bar Butler Chevrolet Company C. M. II. Jordan Head Optical Parlor Betty Jane Hotel Killion Gas Company ...

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

V. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PublUhed Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 LLOYD S- McCANN, Editor and Publisher ' r"Entered~ai secontTclass m alter"January"5^ 1927, at the Postoffice at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. Subscription Rates One Year $1.50 Six Months 80c Circulation guaranteed 4,300 copies per week. Advertising Rates 35c per Col. Inch. PHONE NO. 166 The Hutchnson County Herald is published as a CQunty-wide paper, dedicated to the best interests of j Hutchinson County as a whole, and supported by the Merchants of Borger, Stinnett and Whitenburg. Directory of Officials, Hutchinson Co., Texas E. .1. Pii'kens. S4th District Judge \V. L. Kelly, District Clerk Norman Coffee. County Judge --y. Kussell C. Brown. County Clerk 0. T. (Jack) Lackey, County Attorney Dun Hardee. Sheriff Frank Caudlll. Treasurer _ Una Manahan. County Superintendent of Schools Shelby Chisuiu. County Surveyor ..... Arthur Huey, Tax Collector and Assessor II. E. Terry, Commissioner. Pr...

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

in ..v. ' W ft* I m 4&NM0S..* US* TZ-.CC _'_... FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1935. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE THRE What Does Good Food To Your The health and happiness of the members of your family depends upon thsir appetite. Their appetite depends upon the quality of food you serve to them. The quality of the food depends upon where you buy it. Furr Food Stores offer you your favorite brands of high quality, nationally advertised merchandise at prices that will save you money—regardless of where you buy. Prices Good all Week March 8th through 14th YOU CAM M'MM — rm, free groceries % fir ONE YEAR O —VSEE OUR DISPLAY FOR FULL DETAILS'' IF 1011). BAG . 47 m l#iG0LD MEDAL &BSx83tjBWtk 24 lb. AA FLOUR BAG LIBBY'S SPECIALS PINEAPPLE, Libby's Af pineapple Juice Fancy Sli., No'. 2Va can ■ ill Libby's, 3 No. 1 cans AiVV LIBBY'S TOMATO A tomato sauce e.n JUICE, can yy Libby's, can Economical for Soups and Other Cooking. libby's homogenized baby food 3 Cans PORK & BEANS Phillip's Deliciou...

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