Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 154, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 22, 1927 Page: 4 of 10
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Malone Heads Directors, With
Victor Wagner as First
Officers and directors were ap-
pointed at a reorganization meet-
ing of the United Charities Asso-
ciation held at the city hall yesterday
Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation afternoon by remaining directors ot
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A COMPLETE DELIVERANCE:—Deliver me from blood
guiltiness,' O God, thou God of my salvation: and my tongue
shall sing aloud of thy righteousness. Psalm 51:14.
For the Betterment of Borger
Contract for construction of a sewer system in Borger
.will be let June 1, Mayor Pace has announced.
This is great news for Borger.
The work will be rushed, and within a month or two the
• sewer will be ready for use, with a disposal plant of the lat-
est and best type west of the city.
Such moves as this make for the building of a city.
- Health is imperative in any community, and a sewer sys-
tem is one of the first requisites of health in any city.
Borger already has good water in the city mains.
A health officer has been named who will supervise
the work of a staif of city health and sanitation employees.
This department is at work, and has been fur some time, see-
ing to it that food handlers keep clean, that the town gen-
erally is kept in sanitary condition.
All this makes for the betterment of the community. It
adds to the inducements for settling in Borger, and to the
pleasure and safety of living here.
If the bonds to be voted on June 11 carry, then Borger
will have not only paved roads leading to it across the county,
but will have Main Street paved its entire length.
This would be a great forward step for the county and
for the city.
Borger must vote in this election, and vote for the bonds.
A two-thirds majority is required to carry them.
Blazing the Paths of the Air
The story of Charles Lindbergh, winging his way alone
through the fog over the broad Atlantic, is thrilling, spectacu-
But it is more than that.
It is the story of another of those pioneers of civilization
and progress, of another of those who brave death to bring
the nations of the earth closer together.
Dare-devils these aviators may be. They may not be fly-
ing across the Atlantic, across the Pacific, across continents
r and around the world, for any reason except for the joy of
achievement, the glory of adventure. But the result remains
the same. They are proving the pathways of the air.
It is no idle dream to imagine planes following in the path
of Lindbergh and Nungesser and Coli between New York and
Paris aa now planes wing from Dallas to Chicago, and across
and criss-cross this whole broad land, carrying mail and pas-
It is not too much to think of air service from England to
India, following the path of the Englishmen who started Fri-
day on a non-stop flight between these two nations.
Already definite talk is under way of airmail linking
North and South America.
We may see the whole world tied together by airship
And it is to Charles Lindbergh and his like that we will
owe this development.
the former hoard
were as follows:
Dr. W. T. Malone, president; Vio
H. Wagner, first vice president; T. E
Can field, second vice presidí.nt:
Henry Brume, secretary-treasurer;
Mrs. Davitl Dupnrate, Dr. B. O. Lew-
is; Dr. Louis P. Dodd, Mrs. W. R.
White, Prof. J. A. Dickson, D. C.
Dilley. L. C. Card. Mrs. A. J. Tivol
and Will Orrick, directors.
Surviving members oi! the former
board, who are in Borger were Jr-
W. T. Malone, president, and V. H
Wagner and Prof. Dickson, direc-
A meeting of thene ' board will
be held Thursday afternoon at 4
o'clock at the city hall to complete
Reviewing the finances of the
organization since the founding Ins
December, a special auditor's report
h is been prepared by W. Henson
Davis, certified public aeocuntnnt.
Receipts deposited in the bank
and those not deposited totaled
$1,032.16. Total disbursements to-
taled $1,SOS.49, shoeing an avail-
able balance on hand of $123.67.
Outstanding obligations are approx-
Lee Blankenship, formerly of the
Ruby Lee Beauty Shoppe, is now lo-
cated at the Bonita Beauty Shoppe
in Phil Hall Store and wishes the
continued patronage of her former
Plays, "Magic Garden"
A distinguished cast, as befits the
portrayal of characters created by
the illustrious Gene Stratton Porter,
has beeto chosen to play in "The Mag-
ic Garden," an F. O. B. Gold Bond
special which Is playing at the Rig
theatre today. J. Leo Meehan, son-
in-law of the authoress, and director
of tho Porter pictures, has a brill-
iant - assemblage of thesplans, chos-
en because of their ability to inter-
pret" the characters lust as their au-
thor > had them in mind. Margaret
Morris lends her ethereal lovlniess
to the role of Amaryllis Minton, while
her childhood is portrayed by little
Joyce Coad. Phillippe de Lacy is
John Guido as a boy, and Raymond
Keane as John as a inan. The excel
lent actor! William v'. Mong, plays
the part of the boy's father, v. hile
Charles Clary is seen as the girl's
tather. This brilliant assemblage is
lurther enhanced by the pras-ance of
Walter Wilkinson, Alfred Allen. Ce-
sare Gravina, Paulette Duval and
I-Iedda Hopper. Every member seems
to be the veritable embodiment of
the character he plays. Mr. Meehan ím
also responsible for the arinntut.ioii
of the story, while Charles Kerr,
wrote the continuity.
MADI80N, Wis. (AP).—the dome
of the Wisconsin capítol bulldlngls
the niglitly retroat of an aged trap-
Up the winding stairs to the dome
towering high above tho city of Mad-
isoii, Nathaniel Cramtou plods each
evening to watch the sunset.
Despite his 80 years he negotiates
the column without much effort, and
TOKYO, (API—With the increas-
ing numbpr of automobiles in Japan,
it Is almost as unsafe to crpss the
street In Tokyo as it is in New York.
Half of thif automobiles in Tokyo
either killed or injured someone dur-
ing tho past year, according lo po-
lice statistics. _
There aro approximately J3,0')0
motor cars In the J apañóse c.i.jitai.
During 1926 there were G.3G5 auto-
MANY RUSSIAN I
MOSCOW.—A recent i
Labor Commissariat ta 1
1,280,000 unemployed lii Ru^
llockibg of peasants to the
Ostrich feather floor Iqmps havtf
been introduced Into this country;:
Alexandria, Egypt, Is to lie
veloped as a tourist center.
We have some exceptional used cars that have been gone over
and put in A-l Condition.
Mix Finds Relics
While on Location
The roads of earth are traced on a map;
The gulf of the heavens is uncharted.
We gaze from the coasts of the world
Upon a sea that is shoreless.
The arc of ocean blends with the arc of sky,
And man shapes for himself new keels,
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22 NEW WELLS
Number 1 Cockrell's Coming
In Brings Feverish Ac-
tivity on Lease
While' drilling is slowing up in the
«rf>a Of the small producers, devel-
opments in the Mcllroy pool is be-
coming feverish. Twenty-two new
wells are drilling and four locations
were made this week. Activities were
spurred on by the Mcllroy No. 1
Cockrell which came in and blew
over the crown block the first of the
The Mcllroy interests have tv,e
gushers and some smaller wells.
While some oil men and also some
geologists assert that the new Mcll-
roy pool, in üouthsastem Hutchinson
county, may not cover a vast tcea,
it. promises to be an area with many
wells there, that are potentially cap-
able ol making u5,000 to 40,000 bar-
rels' of oil a day. besides several
smaller wells. There are seven pro-
ducers in the pool, 22 drilling wells
and four new locations.
The Mcllroy Oil company haa a
new well in the making, in No. 10
Cockrell ranch, in the southeast cor-
ner of section 1, block B-3, of D. S.
& E. survey, which blew in when at
around 2.!• 50 feet It made one tre-
•nendouS flow over the crown block
and was immediately shut in for ; ipe
line connections, which may not de-
velop for some .veeks. Officials of the
company say its potentialities are
a-t great as the Nos. i and 2 both
gushers, and partially shut in.
This test was originally called No.
0. but for uniform purposes was re-
While on location for the film-
ing of the Zane Grey novel "The Last
Trail," in San Bernardino Valley,
Tom Mix discovered many old In-
dian arrowheads and broken toma-
"This valley would be a paradise
for archeol agists," observed the Fox
star. "An ancient tribe of Indians
used to live here. The entile valley is
the bed ot a huge lake that existed
thousands of years ago. Tin Indians
called that lake "the smile of the
"Research is a great thing But 1
like to wonder what tho world will
be a thousand years from now. Ot
course, some folks believe the past J
can be used as ai. indication •_>£ what
the future will oe like-
"And, say," this with a grin, "that
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Caufield, T. E. Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 154, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 22, 1927, newspaper, May 22, 1927; Borger, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth167084/m1/4/: accessed December 13, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hutchinson County Library, Borger Branch.