Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 297, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 6, 1927 Page: 4 of 8
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THE BORGER DAILY HERALD
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1927.
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The Girl Scouts went on another
hike. They left Friday afternoon
and returned Saturday about noan.
The Missionary society of the
Presbyterian church met last Mon-
day at the home of Mrs. Stallard
at Marland camp. The meeting
opened with the song, "What a
Friend We Have in Jesus."
Mrs. Miller led the devotional
service, reading from Mark 16-15.
John 3-1G. Each one present gave
a sentence prayer.
The lesson was on China. An
article on China was given by Mrs.
Bullock. "The Work of our Mis-
sions" was given to Mrs. Lazur.
Katnerine Miller gave a reading on
"The Rt>ad to China." Mrs. Price
gave a discussion 011 "How China
received the medical aid sent by
churches of the United States.
The next number was a song by
a ladies' quartet, which consisted
ci' Mrs. Kickbush. Price, Siefkes
The social hour was spent with a
Bible contest. Mrs. Sublett giving
first correct answers and receiving
a prayer calendar.
The society had as guests for
the afternoon the Methodist Mis-
sionary society. The society was
well represented- The following
were present: Mesdames Carnes,
Dillard. Jarvis, Thompson. Lee
Grissom, Duensing and Robert Dix-
on of the Baptist church. Mrs.
Carnes, their president, gave us a
vote of thanks for an enjoyable
and profitable afternoon.
Lovely refreshments were served
by the hostess, assisted by Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Patton, and
Mr. and Mrs. Diliey expect to go to
Aniarillo Thursday to attend the
jbeglon Women Elect
Joe Miller of the Oklahoma Fur-
niture company is now leading in home
the contest the Lions club is hold-
ing for the most ducks killed-
Mrs. Neal Norris and children.
Bobby and Clark, Mrs. Carl Wil-
liams and Mrs. Crowley spent Fri-
day in Amarillo. They drove over.
The Women's Auxiliary, to the
American Legion recently held an
election of officers. Mrs. E. B.
Huddleston was elected chaplain.
Mrs. Ada Coffey, flag bearer, and
the tollowing were elected 011 the
executive committee: Mrs. H. E.
Hardeman, Mrs H. H. Crosby, Mrs.
Lillian David and Mrs. B. J. Mc-
Friday night the Auxiliary held
a very interesting meeting at the
of Mrs. H. E. Hardeman,
Mr. and Mrs. Heywood Moore of
the Alamo Service station are
spending Sunday in Amarillo with
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daily.
T. E. Wilkinson, of Sentinal, Ok-
lahoma. formerly of Wilkinson and
Bond Lumber company of Borger,
is in Borger on business. He is
stopping at the Kelly hotel.
Miss Frances Christian of Dal-
las, who has been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. E. O. Saunders, left Friday
for Amarillo where he will visit
her uncle Reece S. Alien.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lindsey of
Lubbock are spending Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs- Dyke Cullum. Mr.
Lindsey is owner of the Lindsey
and Palace theatres in Lubbock.
Miss Jackie Lamar, who has
been with the Nunn-Warren pub-
lications in Panhandle lor oyer
two years, has accepted a position
with The Borger Daily Herald.
Monday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Dyke Cullum entertained a few of
their friends with a luscious chicken
barbecue dinner. The guests came
about eight o'clock dressed in cos-
tume to attend the Masquerade
Ball at the Tokio. As soon as all
costumes were admired, criticised or
laughed at, dinner was served. And
Oh! What a meal! It was the gay-
est affair ever. There were three
big barbecued chickens, with dress-
ing, a huge bowl of potato salad,
dozens of deviled eggs."enough hot
biscuits for an army, coffee and a
real home made cake.
After dinner the following guests
went to the Tokio: Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Scott, Mr. and M'-s. Neal Nor-
ris, Mr. and Mrs Ray Haggard and
hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Dyke Cullum.
This afternoon the senior class
of the high school is having a thea-
tre party. After the party they
are to have a six o'clock dinner
with Mrs. Brooks at the Prairie
Among those going to Amarillo
Thursday to attend the Ziegfield
Follies are Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Dyke Cullum.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Holmes and
Mr. and Mrs. Rob Watson.
Miss Lela Trimble has recently
accepted a position as court steno-
grapher for district attorney J. O.
Cook and justice of the peace II
M. Hood. Miss Trimble was for-
merly connected with the Gibson
Motor company of Borger.
Mrs. Marvin Lee Entertains
With a Double Shower
Mrs- Marvin Lee entertained Fri-
day atfernoon with a double shower
for Mrs. R. E. Rice and Mrs. W.
A novel game of dice was play-
ed and Mrs. Potts won high score.
Mrs. Ross was consoled with low.
Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved, after all the beautiful gifts
were opened and admired.
Those present at this lovely par-
ty were Mesdames T. J. Blanken
ship, J. C. Ross, Potts. Van Bib-
bler, Henry Dreusing Hunter. C.
E. McCall, Mrs. C. Ellis, the host-
ess, Mrs- Marvin Lee, and the hon-
or guests, Mrs. R. E. Lee and Mrs.
W. W. Martin.
The home of Mrs. William Hes-
kew was the scene of a lovely af
fair Thursday afternoon, when she
entertained the members of the
i.aff-aLott Bridge club and three
t.uests, Mrs. J. A. Holmes, Mrs.
Frank Yealey and Mrs. Frank
Each table was decorated with
beautiful red carnations as a cen-
ter piece. Cosmos were placed up-
on each plate as favors when the
delicious salad and sweet course
High score prize was presented
to Mrs. J. A. Holmes, second high
to Mrs. F. B. Bartle. The club
will meet with Mrs. W. O. Bartle
Thursday afternoon at 2:30.
mainly for the members of the exe-
cutive committee. Several Impor-
tant questions were dlsussed, two
Of which were the Poppy sale and
the entertainment program. Mrs.
Corneilson was a guest.
Refreshments of sandwiches, hot
chocolate and a delicious dessert
were served. The next meeting
will be heWl promptly ■ at 7:30 p.
m. Tuesday at the Legion hall- All
members are urged to be present.
At The Theatres
Bert Southern's Vanities, a brand
new musical comedy show, is at the
Rex theatre today for an eight
day engagement. This is the first
time this show has been in Borger,
coming here direct from Oklahoma
College of I. Arts
To Graduate 200
DENTON. Texas, Nov. 6. (/P)—
The graduating class at the end of
the winter session of the 1927-28
College of Industrial Arts is ex-
pected to number about 200. accord-
ing to figures compiled by Dean
E. V. White.
About the same number will be
candidates for degrees in the spring,
a preliminary check of the senior
for 33 Teachers
AUSTIN, Texan. — During the
past four weeks thirty-three calls
for teachers "have been received by
the Teachers' Appointment. Commit-
tee of the University of Texas, ac?
cording to Miss Miriam Dozier, sec-
retary. Most of these calls were for
high school tfnd grade school teach-
ers, but thrap wcr.e for college teach-
ers. Teachers of expression and
music are hi great demand, said
Miss Dozier. ,
Engraved Xmas Cards for pro- i
fessional, business or personal greet- j
ings. Nyal Drug Store. 296-tf-c
China. mysterious, ancient,
scrutable, has awakened in the last
two years, and with a blast of war
landed into the World's consicous-
ness. China's on every front page!
Food riots, river birates, starvation,
colorful, thrilling and dangerous,
have intrigued America.
"SHANGHAI BOUND" is here,
the first authentic tale of the new
China, with Richard Dix as the
hero, at the Rig theatre Sunday
A card has been received from
Grady Thompson describing a place
called "Smiling Joe's Bar" injh
Juarez, and we wonder what Grady 1
Juarez, and we doner what Grady
is doing over there—especially in
See the latest in engraved Xmas
Greeting Cards at Nyal Drug Store.
Plans Visit to
FORT WORTH, Texas. Nov. (i(/T>)
—Walter D. Hood. San Antonio,
stale commander of the American
Legion, will visit Fort Worth and
Amarillo on Armistice Day, Chester
Hollis, member of the state cam-
paign committee, said.
The state chieftain will fly from
San Antcnio to this city and to ei-
ther Amarillo or Tyler, he advised
Hollis. He also said that it was the
plan of all state officers of the Le-
gion to visit posts throughout Texas
on November 11.
OH! MY, YES!
The Tamale King does a
wonderful business. Everybody
There is an old saying:
Nobody can please every-
body. If you don't believe it
start a restaurant.
We'll be modest and say:
We can actually please and
satisfy 99 out of every hund-
red, and that's going some.
Bowl of Chili and Crackers 20c
Best in the City
Our Famous Hamburgers 10c
Delicious Spaghetti with
Home made Tamales with
We buy the best only.
Corner 7th and Main
One Block North of Bank
Tiie Laff-a-Lot club, with one
guest, Mrs. J. A. Holmes, motor-
ed over to Panhandle Monday af-
ternoon to surprise a member who
had recently moved there, Mrs. J.
T. Owens The club took their
lunch with them, and as Mrs.
Owens ig a bride, they turned the
party into a shower. Many love-
ly gifts were presented to the hon-
or guest. Several interesting
games of bridge were played be-
fore the ladies had to return to
Borge^ The uniqueness of this
party made it one of the most en-
joyable the ciuli has ever had.
Junior Hood Hits Party
Master Junior llood. son of
Judge and Mrs. II. M. Hood, en-
tertained his little friends Satur-
day afternoon with a party at his
Many interesting games were
played, and horns were given to
all the guests as favors. Refresh-
ments of lemonade and cookies
were served during the afternoon.
To this little party Junior invited
JoeFrank, Billy Bob and Wayne
Rives. Dyke and Kike Cullum,
Grace Scott, Pauline Ilogne and
C'audill Smoot. Everyone had such
a grand time that they all left
hoping Junior would soon have an-
This is the month of Thanksgiving. Nothing will
make your wife more thankful than a new SINGER
SEWING MACHINE. Stop in and tell us to bring
one out. ^
We also sell the EUREKA VACUUM CLEANER
First Door South of Borger Herald Office
Methodist Women Meet
The Women's Missionary Society
of the Methodist Church met Wed-
nesday at the home of Mrs. Dillard,
with forty present.
Officers were elected for the com-
ing year. A social hour was en-
joyed after the society was dismiss-
ed. Refreshment were served by
Mrs. Dillard in honor of Mrs. Car-
Next week is prayer week. Ser-
vices will be held from 2:30 unttl
S:30 every afternoon. Everyone is
cordially invited to attend.
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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/m1/4/: accessed July 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hutchinson County Library, Borger Branch.