Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 297, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 6, 1927 Page: 3 of 8
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6. 1927.
THE BORGER DAILY HERALD
SEASON OF HALLOWE'EN
ENDS AND THANKSGIVING
IS NEXT ON THE LIST
By MRS. RAY HAGGARD
Now that our season of Hallowe'en is over, Society has
settled down for a few weeks until the Thanksgiving season
opens. Hallowe'en seems to be the first date on the Fall
Social Calendar, then Thanksgiving, glorious Christmas, New
Year's, Valentine's and many before Spring begins.
Last week was one of the merriest ever known in Borger.
Of course the merriment continued until—well, some say un-
til Tuesday morning of this week. The dance at the Tokio
Monday night kept many of us out until the wee sma' hours
of the next day. It was worth it, though. Every one seemed
to have the most marvelous time. Masquerade dances are al-
ways more thrilling and exciting than plain old dances, where
we have on our very best frocks, and worry "because some
one else bought that dress that we wanted so badly and hubby
said he couldn't afford this time."
Where to Worship
First Baptist Church
held at First Jlapti.sl.
Sunday school at 10:00
Morning services 11:00 a
ject, "BuildliiK the Wall."
B. Y. P. lr. at (J: 4 5 p. m. at
Evening services at 7:45 p.
subject. "Election." A souk
vice. Everyone is cordially
vited to attend. Rev. Rolfe
. m sub
The Bridge Widows "ill
moot with Mrs- Kay Haggard
at the Kelly Hotel, Tuesday at
Mrs. H. M. Hood is enter-
taining with a bridge party
-Monday atfemoon at -::!<>.
The 11 iJ7 Bridge club will
meet, with Mrs. J. Hammond
The Wednesday Afternoon'
Bridge club will meet with
Mrs. Malone Wednesday at 1
o'clock, at her sister's, Mrs.
There will he a whist social
for the benefit of the < atlio-
llc church at the home of
Mrs. I>. t'. Kennedy, Bovinrd
Supply company, Monday, Nov-
ember 7th, at U:ilO p. in. prom-
ptly. All in teres ted in the
church welfare are invited to
'Culture Club Holds Meeting
Due to the sudden illness of
| Mrs. Curtis, the Culture club met
(Tuesday afterpoinis; at 2::>0 o'clock
Iat the home ol' the president, Mrs.
I Dyke Ctilluni.
! The program, a discussion on
IHealth, was taken from books fur-
! nislied by the club for that pur-
| pose. The main topic was given
| by Mrs. Andrews. The interesting
i program was as follows:
I Fault of Position Mrs. H M. Hood
| Care of Teeth Mrs. Dyke Cullum
Outdoor Exercise Mrs. Rhodes
| Mind and Morals Mrs. Cowan
Spiritual Factors of Mental
Services held at First I'aplisJ
First service :i:00 p ni.. subject
Night service at 7: 0 p. m., sub-
ject "Fundamentals of the Faith."
The public is cordially Invited to
attend this revival, which is for the
betterment and uplift of the city
of Borger—Rev. W. F. Cleghorn,
Rev. I.on R. Woodrum.
The Catholic ladies are planning
a number of events lor the bene-
fit of the church, the first of these
to be a benefit bridge parly al
the home of Mrs. 1) ('. Kennedy,
Monday, November 7th al 2::i0 p.
in. All ladies who are interested
in tile local parish are earnestly
requested to attend this party.
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Ladles' Aid Holds
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Isom Christian church held a food
sale at the Ptggiy Wiggly No.
'J. Saturday, November 5 1!I27.
The sale started at !l a. in. Many
delicious things were prepared and
sold by the ladies of the society.
Special Sunday Chicken
mrs. mzARirs i>i\i\<; room
Congress Hotel Bldg.
'J rooms furnished, modern,
laundry, electric washer, telephone,
i parking, 'J blocks west of postolflce.
(Continued on page 4)
.lust suppose Lindbergh had been
accompanied by a back seat driver.
Presbyterian < 'hurrh
Services held at Jim
Sunday school at 9:45
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Young peoples' meeting at 7:00
p. .m Just following the young
people's meeting we will . have a
talk on "The Early History of the
Church," by Mr. While, a promin-
ent attorney of Borger. The or-
chestra will furnish music for all
services. Every member and friend
of the church are urged to be
present Sunday morning as wo
have some important matters toi
come before the congregation. If j
you haven't a church home, the j
Presbyterian church offers you a
home, and if you are hungry for
spiritual help the church is the
place where help is found.—Cor-
dially yours, A. K. Price.
Mrs. Neal Norris
After a short business meeting
the club adjourned, to meet with
Mrs. H. M. Hood Tuesday. Novem-
ber 15- Mrs. J. T. Buckley will j
bo the leader, and the topic of
discussion will be the kindergarten.
This will be a very interesting
meeting, as most of the members
have children around the kinder-
garten age. All members are ur-
ged to attend.
Services held in the old Isom
Sunday school at 9:40 a. m.
Preaching every Sunday evening
at 7:.",0 p. m.
Bible study Tuesday evening,
November 8th. Lesson 12th chap-
ter of Acts. Mrs- Howard, leader. I
Prayer meeting Thursday even-
ing. Mi's. Johnson, leader.
Cottage prayer meeting at Hie
home of Mrs. L. Hodgson Thursday
at •'! P- in. Everybody is invited
to attend any and all of those
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CITY SERVICE STUTiOi
Down by The Water Tov/er
America loves speed and here is her
America loves luxury and litre is her
America, when she starts, likes to start
like a rocket and here is a cr.r 'hat asks
but 7 seconds, through gears, to renter
25 miles per hour.
Above all, America admires smartness,
when value is not sacrificed to achieve
it, and here style and stamina bid
equally for your faith and favor. ,
A sturdy car, commodious yet compact^ ft j j
built from bumper to bumper the $/j
good Dodge way. I'; I
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DYKE CUL1 s,e
:>i \ i \ st ,<I :I ;T
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Don ee Broth e-rs. Inc.
will meet with
Mrs. \V. <).
can l/<>5Toh will
at 7::H> p. in.
of the Aineri-
Tuesday at the
Please be prcs-
The Lions club will hold
their weekly luncheon Thurs-
day at the ISIack hot-el at noon.
The liorger Trade of Com-
merce luncheon will be held
Wednesday at Don Culm's din-
be T lie
the Itlack hotel.
The Wednesday Bridge club was
entertained by Mrs. Dillev with a
luncheon at her apartments up-
stairs in the Dilley building. After
p. delicious luncheon several games
of bridge were enjoyed by the
twelve' numbers of the Club. High
score was presented to Mrs. C. It.
Ktahl, Mrs. W. K. White cut for
a prize, and Mrs. C. II. Cowan was
consoled for low.
1 .Methodist Church
Sunday school at !.
Services at 11:00 a
i p. m.
; The public is cordially
I attend—-Orion S. Carter
Refinement and good taste are
reflected in the engraved Xmas
Greeting Cards at N.val Drug Store.
' a ;fc Straitofe
i • T !
Style Show at Violet Shop
Speaking of clothes, though, an-
other Social Events was the Style
Show held by tlie Violet Shop Wed-
nesday night at the Rex Theatre.
There surely were worlds of beau-
tiful things modelled. The first to
be shown were evening gowns, and
they wore exquisite. Next were the
afternoon frocks, sport dresses,
coats and last, underwear. This
show and the cue held several
weeks ago by the Shoppe of C.reen
and Carpenters were very wonder-
ful. Style shows should be en-
couraged in the city.
Several clubs held their meetings
this past week, but not as many, it
seems, as were held the week before
Hallowe'en.' Everyone had to
"rest up" after the strenuous enter-
taining. and we expect many lovely
k parties the coming week.
Tllrthdny Party for
Jackie Norman entertained his lit-
tle friends with a party in honor
of his six-lb birthday. Monday af-
ternoon. October :!lst. at the home
of Mrs. Orrlck. The guetts came
dressed ill costume and many games
and contests were enjoyed.
A contest of pin the tail on the
cat was played and Patty Price
won the prize. Gin Miller won the
prize for biting the apple and Max-
ine Cox won the prize for the best
costume ", 1 ■<. .
♦ Refreshments were served, th"
main dish being a betiullful pink
and white birthday cake, of sand-
wiches, putftpkln pl«« and favors of
the most attractive candy pump-
Those sharing Jackie's birthday
cake with him were Patty Price,
(tannic Salfndoi's. LnurelUt Andrews
Jonn Llgon, Dorothy .lane Jones,
Huddle Saunders, Marion Sllnll,
Margaret Mian. Catherine Miller.
Sonny Irvine, Evelyn Cox, Maxlnc
Cox, Maxliie Powers, •.Mary E: Win-
son and George William Milller.
1 Mrs. Harry Willis was hostess to
tin; (ili ndale Bridge club Saturday
afternoon. The first prize, it Bridge
Score Pad. was won by Mrs. .1. M-
1 Hpiirtock. Mrs. 0\< K. Overson n-
k reived tIn- consolation prize, a pic-
ture. Delicious refreshments were
served to the following guests: Mrs.
A. S. Cox. Mrs. Win. J. Kelly, Mi's.
Melville M. Moran. Mi's. Glenn A.
Pace, Mrs. Dunne \Y. Page, Mrs.
Hert 11. Sniyers, Mrs. Sam G. Sal-
yers, Mrs- Keith fcharp. Mrs. .1. M.
Spurlock, Mrs. Ove E. Overson. Mrs.
,1 ne i'lutt, Mrs. Ralph .lohnsmi and
Mrs. Herbert S. Mulllell
Chevrolet !| your credit is good
WITH AN O. K. THAT COUNTS
1927—Chevrolet Coupe, A-l condition.
1927—Chevrolet Sedan, fully equipped,
new tires. This is a late '27 model.
1926-—Dodge Roadster, good paint, ex-
cellent mechanical condition.
1926—Chevrolet Sedan, new tires and in
1926—Ford Delivery Truck, canopy top,
just the thing for grocery or meat
1925—Maxwell Sedan, motor almost
new, a bargain.
1924—Essex Coach- motor overhauled, a
1924—Star Touring, 4-wheel brakes, new
paint and new top.
1924—Hupmobile Touring, cheap for
1923—Buick Truck, priced for quick sale.
Convenient time payments can be ar-
ranged to responsible parties. We will al-
so take your old car in as part of down
Just received an assortment of the latest colors in
Living Room Suites. We have what you have been
waiting for at prices from $125.00 to $500.00.
Bridge Lamps in the latest shades, priced from
$5.25 to $22.50.
Beautiful Bed Room Suites in the latest duco col-
ors, including the two-tone colors. Prices ranging
from—$85.00 to $225.00.
Beautiful odd Walnut Dresser,
Direct Action Gas Stoves, including the Loraine
Oven Regulator. Priced from $45.00 to $110.09.
Rug values that positively cannot be equalled anv-
where. AXMINSTERS, VELVETS, ROYAL
WILTONS, new patterns and designs, closely
woven. See them.
rsiiwi' I ii
s Miites Jm
And Many Other Good Buys
Used Car Department
Gibson Motor Co.
One Block West of Bank
it won't be long now—the night of November 10 is the time set for the sal., of the
Buick Brougham Automobile—in reality a gift of appreciation with the compliments
of the Amarillo Furniture Company Stores—Borger, Amarillo. Canyon, Flair?view
Someone will be driving the Big Buick on Armistice Day -and for a total cost of
$1.0C. Ask us about it before Wednesday night.
AMARILLO FURNITURE SUPPLY CO.
and get the usual service
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Welsch, Chopsie S. Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 297, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 6, 1927, newspaper, November 6, 1927; Borger, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth209297/m1/3/: accessed July 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hutchinson County Library, Borger Branch.