Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 203, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 14, 1938 Page: 4 of 8
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THE BOKGER (TEXAS)
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1. I« It good luminous juunnern
to have an offU'e i into which out- : IHI'" Mai bun . \Vnyne
HídiTí i(itm* i reeking with «moke? ir>r v\ uym
2. fchoulil you pitNM a elji-ui'i-tte What would you do If
Bt.ub b>:. tin si a lani|> bane or any i ^ 0,1 ",<1 •W « kl i|e <>' table In a
oniaá't nt mm at hand ' j home and then, in no
3 Should you talk with n t Ir Ilruy for you
(al l'm> yonr |> I a ■ < • or tMiueer
for the anlifH?
(In Oct up and look fur an
a h tray?
(c) A«k youi Until I'M for an
a oh tray?
6. The latii'i'
Be* "What Would Yon Ho"
solution km or, ir the occasion
, wi r« very Informal and you know
j you r hoMtijHM will, (lit would do.
"LETO'S" FOR THE GUMS
Do your gum* Itch, burn or
cause you discomfort, di'tiggltiU
will return your money If the first
bottle of "LETO'S" fall* to nulli-
(T LI,K.N OHIO
Ai JVÁYS coot. Mi W,
2 $ioun fur tin
AY and SATURDAY
FWAY and SATURDAY
I WEAVER BROS
'¿faring Your Lady'
| Tin crystal wedding uiiulvor-
aiury of the K ('. tJ|M'iii-e , aiul the
i Htb birthday of iheli #ott, Hilly
WIlK ('«lebliKl'd Willi II btlffol HU|I.
i per )asi night In the home of Mr.
and Mr , llun y Willis.
For llio orriislon Mrs Willis ar-
rai'.Ri tl crystal vanen of gludlulu,
i snapili agons ami other Huinuier
flowi'is about tile hoilli' Idller the
tlowers and roiitalner were pre.
i st ilted Mrs. Hpence
The I (Hi birthday of Hlllv cfl-
iiit'ldes wiUi the I ."lib uniiIvumary
iif his piirentit and lie loo ret; til ved
;ii number of giftH.
j IlluiiiliiaUng the background of
¡the buffet supper were Mill pastel
¡colored tapers in crystal holders.
fluents for the fl:30 o'clock oc-
casion were Mr. and Mrs. Kdwards
Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. I'aul St it I -
cup, Mr. and Mrs. K. (' Sponce,
Hilly and Doris, James Groom of
Diluías and Ilex ('line.
Latter part of the evening was
passed playing gaines of Chinese
Homer is now playing polo.
To Honor Local
Girl At Picnic
The Italtihow tjlrlw will have a
picnic uexi Tliuraday. July 21. in
honor of Miss Carolyn Stevens.
who was rtlci ivd (Hand ltm;order
of I hi; t<*011(1 AsHenibly of tli
Slate al tile recent llli'otlMg I
A list in.
All I til'li bow girls .ire expected
to be pi i sent itii<1 al e asked lo
brillH a covered (IImIi. ment
Those plannlll:. nil atleiidlUg .
III. asked to nice! at Hi. Masonic > Mrs. Kenneth Dally told ninny
I einple at ti p. in it her there II Interesting stories yesterday,
o the some of which were "The Dog of
Plunders, I'he Turtle That
Girls' Y. P.O.
l The public is reminded of ihi
j free performance to be given to-
morrow afternoon at l.':(i o'clock,
livery member of the club Is enr-
W'ute play to lie sí.ii*• il The play.
promises to be something uniiioial
In the way i f dramatic eiiterlnin-
Woman's deepest reason for
tnurrlage has always been funda-
mentally selfish Kven though she
usually gives more lo a marriage
ihint she gets In return, she has
always looked to marriage for so.
Today lilt sil nation Is cluing- lovi
ta ii (ages of marriage against the
dlsadvauiages and occasionally
(hey decide to pass marriage by.
If I he re Is n real good in l lie
cha ufe i hut is coming ahoui. It
is that women are achieving men's
right in marry when tlmy uro
ready lo marry and not before.
A successful woman Isn't
templed, as women have always
boon, to marry Junl lo lie married.
She Isn't so afraid of becoming an
old maid (hat she hurries Into
marriage with a man she doesn't
And she doesn't bear die liu-
lnc You can see it in the altitude initiating knowledge dial inarrl-
of successful young women. They I HK,. in ii matter of economic ni -
proved that they can take
be cars for I rnnsport.nl ion
«Cool - Comfortable
Last Timet Today
The picture Mrs. Roosevelt
•peaks highly of.
MGM's Super Detective
With These Stars
Coming Friday and Saturday
The ivondcr film extraordinary.
I'liolojtritplicd at a (treat risk
in the «¡orilla Connlry. Also
"Lone Hunger." Tho best serial
C. W. Hyrns and Haskell Dal-
ton are vacationing and fishing
¡In Houston, San Antonio, Galves-
ton and other points south.
Miss prime!! Hussell of Long-
view, Is visiting in the home of
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs,
E. C. Pryor.
Mr and Mrs. Kdwards Thomas
wetll to Amarillo' yesterday to
gel their dog, lolly, who has
been in a veterinary hospital for
treatment of u rattlesnake bite
he received Sunday.
One of iho most famous and
probably the fastest of any of the
outdoor sports. Il takes a good
man and a lot of good horses to
play and brother, it takes nerve
to put Ii In common phraseol-
ogy. It takes ii man Willi "guts".
I used to think that flylli' was a
game that look plenty or Intestin-
al fortitude but after seeln' a polo
game In Santo Monica one time.
I decided that a flyer was a pan-
tywalst compared to a polo play-
er. ttlld ran 00 dangers at all. All
he had to do was sit up I here In
the |ilt and fool around This polo
playln' Is dangerous, not particu-
larly as regards fatalities, but In-
juries. busted arms and legs and
so on. Not fatal; Just duriied un-
At a I'lj ular meeting of the
lodr.i Tuesday a short program
was ht Id in celeiirintfoil of Koiin-
iler's I lay, tu commemoration of
It' v. W. Marks Hexsou, whoso
birthday Ih on July Mil.
Would Talk,' and "Tin
and its Needles."
Such a woman will be slower to
take to marriage than tin- woman
who is pushed Into It and liy
Hie same token, she will probably
lie tiulcker lo call an uiiMaMRfac-
IHH. 7 un
are appriixlrately 29..
families in the I'nitcd
care of themselves as adequately
as a mail could take care of them,
and so have lost some of the self-
ish Interest lit marrying.
They waul marriage, of course
Hut they want II on their own 'ory marriage a failure.
terms. If they really enjoy their ; That is why woman's personal
work, they insist on keeping on i independence and well.being can
with it. If they want children. Inn , seem at first glance to be an ene-
don't want to give years to sitting my "f the home.
at home with them, they do the 1
work they like and hire a trained Condensed coffee, a pasty pre.
person to do their job of child . imratlon Unit contains sugar and
! The average motor car now in ¡rnislng. Í milk besides Die coffee, may ho
| use Is nearly five years old. I They weigh carefully the ad- !l'>"'Cl>«sed In Japan.
Miss Barbara Ifclmbatigh will
play her accordion for I lie girls
Donations of old innKay.ttioR are
Same way with laundry work.
If you do ii yourself Its not so
bad, fact is ii is (ikey. It's when
you send it out to someone that
Isn't particularly Interested in
anything except mnkin' It look
fairly good and collectin' for
same that runs into belli' danger-
ous. Lots of limes the places they
do the wash In' in aren't exactly
the cleanest piares in the world
and then they Just don't know
. ' how to wash it so's it'll be h.v-
Mr. anil Mrs. Dan Mctiicgor w,,u|ctt)iy clean. That takes a lot
are planning to leave Saturday ()f „,Ml|v Wlil.k u
; for Arkansas, where they'll spend j lo, (>r «(ekness that could be
their vacation. traced lo the family's washlu'1he-
j fng done by a disinterested, care-
less person. I telle ve It or not!
Mr and Mrs. Richard Pelerman
and Mr. and Mrs. Kred Brown,
lee plan to leave Sunday for a
' vacation Ir. Sow Mexico, Colora-
do and Wyoming.
Hob Takewell returned last
night from a business trip to Lou-
BY EL1N0RE COWAN STONE
co*vrioh« ims. NtA tcsvicc. INC
< \*T or cii.tRAimi
l A \ II lv % II HOIt.N—h rrolnr.
Bcttt jinr-i-. she ran lnt« love
J tr«llt!!«> «then inri
III. HOII nr\t III.KY — hrro,
idmigir ><mnu Interne, lie kad
lililf. loo, keeping n|> with lirll-
Clin. r. snrfteftlSi praSlvm
mmifHlint el«e ilgatn.
Jfe««i-vitii? i T'nn re <*e « n dille
ulei l>r ttenehlrjr, then enter*
"ill*', I*li1!liln% rimm. Her deelalnn
ii, ti un i,f the miiiit forlni-
iim In lor "ttrwlnv i-nreer.
^TCEN Tran opened the door to
•«tli" demonstration room, a
I lump figure sat up abruptly on
!; '.^bcd in the curtained corner
which represented a ward cubicle,
sirfiiched. and yawned. It was
"Sello!" Bettla said, rubbing her
■y s and blinking resentfully.
"Yes, Miss Armstrong?" Tran i devil goes right up to G-11. But
temporized, shaking more and before we put him under complete
more. ' anaesthesia, there's something he
"I was particularly interested in wants to get off his chest."
your early training. You were in , • •
school on tho Continent, I be- a s t)l0 mftn on the table looked
lleve?" from onc face to the other, his
own face gray and dripping with
sweat, Tran shrank for a moment
before something she saw in his
bright dark eyes, but did not at
once recognize for an agony of
CHE'S trying to let me down
easy, Tran thought wryly.
She'd rather lay my being a mis-
fit to the corruption of European
culture thnn to my innate cussed- terror,
ness—bless her kind heart!
Aloud she said, "Yes. . . . Yes,
"You speak several languages,
"Why, yes. . . . Yes, I do."
"There is a critical case down
in Emergency," Miss Armstrong
went on. "Apparently an Italian.
He seems to be very anxious- about
For in all Tran's four months- at
the hospitul, this was the first tin'
she had come face to face with
terror—or with suffering at any
magnitude, for that matter;
Always before, if a real crisis
arose when she happened to be
about a ward—doing, under the
supervision of an older nurse, the
simple little housc-maidish tasks
which were all she was permitted
something. It may be important to
' before I forget, you're to go find out what before operating ('° r'°—the senior nurse would
to l!:« Armstrong's office right But the regvlar interpreter is out. hastily draw the cubicle curtains
Anyway, we have got a polo
tuam now, and even if your pul
"Sudsy" can't predict the weiith.
er as well as sbme other people
at least be Isn't going to try and
pass the buck to somebody else
when he pulls a Imuchead. and
lie would like to see us have u po-
lo team that could take Amarillo
for a fast, one.way ride.
MUS. lilt I :w Kit
An arror in the source of in-
formation failed to reveal that
the Winsome class shower Tues-
day was for Mrs. M. .1 Brewer as
.veil as Mrs. W. Schenek.
All ships which arrive at Syd-
ney, Australia, are sen relied for
üritlsh coins; the coins have ¡c
greater value in Australia than iu
and no one there epn understand
, him Should you mind going down
actly like that it dropped— ¡,nd seeing what you can make of
of a blue, cloudless sky—¡ it?"
at the moment when Tran | Would she mind? She would sell
anaged to forget the sword *ler ®°u' *or "1t' chance.
Tran cleared her throat and
ling over her head.
r knew you were going to meet
AnJ|n here," Beula explained. "So
'^pou would pick a place with a
to wait in," Tran told her.
■sat do you suppose Miss
choked out, "Of course, Miss Arm-
strong. I'll try."
As she sped away, she thought.
Suppose I hadn't gone into the
demonstration room! ... I might
not have seen Beula in time. I
was sunk enough to sneak out and
meet Bob tonight. If I had, and
anyone had found out, it would
e probably wants to know have been curtains.
But a new thought brought her
up short: hadn't Miss Armstrong
heard yet—about her and Bob—
in the Instrument room this morn-
ing? . . Because, of course, she
was sure to sooner or later, Dr.
my well-known sense of duty-
led me to report that fruit
you keep hidden in your
u drawer," Tran said, nerv-
If with flippancy against
ionic in her heart.
tudt-nU,' " she quoted again 1 Sargent's eyes couldn't have
ii,-, „ ..i„. it i. «i missed n trick; and Dr. Sargent
the House Rules th.s time ¡was known up *the
e in honor bound to report; -world's wnrst stickler for disci-
gements of regulations that pllnc.
reflect upon the dignity of ¡ When Tran slid into Emergency,
use.' And if your constantly Dr. Bob Benchley was bending
dm* waistline doesn't reflect'ov7r n <J««verlng figure stretched
~ 4 # ái*. t i ii.!out on ° flrat-aid examination
e dignity of the house, I don't u^. ^ young interne's face
course not, goop!" Tran said,
vent to meet her doom.
Armstrong looked up from
of charts and «ports on
'desk, toldad her hands, and
Tran thoughtfully as she
the door behind her and
waiting—very straight In
Bun-like «ray drees and white
i—feeling as if her trembling
communicate itáeLf to the
and thence to the very chair
Miss Armstrong sat.
looking through your
was grim; and the preoccupied
look he turned on Tran held no
memory of their morning's esca-
pade. Engaging ns Tran hod found
him in his moments of irrespon-
sible gaiety, she liked him a
thousand times better this way.
The Emergency nurse stood at
the other side of the table, a hy-
podermic tray on a stand at her
elbow. Now she stepped back to
make way for Tran.
"Make it snappy. Agility," the
interne directed briefly. "Top Sarge
will be here in a minute. This is
really a cose for Dr. Carson, only
he's just gone out. If Dr. Sargent
that screened the bed and say
curtly, "That will do now. Dear-
born. I'll attend to this alone" or
"Hurry and get me the head nurse,
Now Tran murmured, "Is he-
"Well." said Dr. Benchley, "a
crushed leg isn't exactly u picnic
at best; but he's had a local an-
aesthetic. It's mostly that, the
poor devil's plain «cared to death."
Scored to death, Tran thought
on a quick breath. Scared!
Tran knew how desperately one
could suffer fear from the most
trivial causes. . . . And this was
no trivial matter.
She bent over the figure on the
table, put a small hand on his
quivering arm, and said softly, "I
speak Italian. Tell me."
At sound of her voice, gentle
and pitiful, speaking his own
tongue, the man centered his glit-
tering eyes upon her face.
"What will they do to me?" ho
asked, speaking as if they two
were alone. "I can see in their
faces that I am dying. Already
my legs are numb. . . . Tell me
the truth. Already I am half dead
—Is it not so?"
"Oh, no." Tran told him¡ and
was surprised at her own calm
assurance. ''That is not death that
you feel. It is only that they have
given you something to help the
"But what will they do to me?"
he insisted. "If I am to die, I must
"They will only do something to
help you rest while they Ax you
up," Tran told him. "And you
must not think about dying. You
must think only about how fine it
will be not to hurt any more."
In her absorption, Tran did not
notice that some one else had
stepped into the room behind her.
FRIDAY - SATURDAY
stepped Into the room beh
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ler of "Young Kagles."
Approved b,\ the IWi> Scouts
TWO FKATt RKS
I. Hill Cody
"The Vanishing Rider*"
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"The World Gone Mail"
"Who's Looney Now"
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•loan Crawford in "RAW"
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Chole of 49C
99ft of th* DUtmnea
for Cool Comfort
On All Fun.
S O'Clock Gin—P nt
Seagram 7 Crown—Pint
Royal Oak Bourbon—Vg rint
ICE COLD WINE
ACROSS STREET FROM BANK
FRIDAY SATURDAY SPECIALS
LOW CUT RATE PRICES EVERY DAY
(fiJalijrfm <fhjenci¿ SD-nuj tShire
AT OUR FOUNTAIN
TRY OUR FRIED
Served Every Sunday
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