Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 191, Ed. 1 Monday, July 3, 1944 Page: 4 of 4
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THE BORGER (TEXAS) DAILY HERALD
Monday, July 3, 1*5-44
Natives in Iraq still operate pe-
troleum refineries built more than
2,000 years ago.
BUY WAR BONDS
Exparilr Baked By
^ckpresentincj each mfknemaboutlive, progressive firms
Parkmoor Cale Reopens
Kearns Feed Store Has
Complete Line Purina,
Ful-O-Pep Chick Feeds
Washing — Greasing
900 N. MAIN
H. H. STEPHEN
"Builder of Better Homes"
Designing and Plan Service
Office 501 N. Weatherly
Phone I4I-W Box 1903
920 N. Main St.
•Ful-O-Pep and Purina feeds
offer a ccmplett feeding program
j for chicks and pullets, and both
are designed to grow large sized.
| firm-bcdied hens that will live
and lay for years,” declared P. G.
Chester of Kearns Peed Store, 720
In explaining the benefits of
Ful-O-Pep feeds Mr. Chester
i states: The Ful O-Pep Research
Farm, located at Libertyville, 111.,
has- pioneered many new feeding
j practices, and brought back into
use a number of sound, old feed-
ing practices which had been dis-
carded Through this poultry pro-
duction cun be more profitable for
Ful-O-Pep users, by more effi-
cient use of feeds, by better feeds,
and by better management. Con-
sider for a moment the outstand-
ing results obtained by breeders
who raised their contest birds the
Ful-O Pep way.
‘ Not only have Ful-O-Pep rais-
ed birds laid more eggs each year
than the previous year for the past
four years, but they have aver-
| aged better than a dozen more
eggs per bird over all other con-
gest birds. Half or the woild’s re-
cord: for the principal breeds are
held by Ful-O-Pep raised birds.
Half of the winning pens and hens
the past four years at the contests
i were raised on Ful-O-Pep feeds.”
In discussing the merits of Pur-
ina products, Mr. Kearns points
out, "We feature service and in-
formation for poultry and live-
(By Mrs. Harold Davit)
The members of the Merry
Stitchers Club entertained Mr.
and Mrs. F. E. Lovelace and
daughter, Earldne, of Florence,
Alabama, last Wednesday evening
with a covered-dish supper at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rob-
innett. Mrs. Lovelace, i former
member of the club, was present-
ed with a gift.
Those present were:
Messrs, and Mesdama* Homer
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Shepard Of,
Amarillo have received word their j_ Messrs and Mesdama* Homer
son, Robert, is safe. He was one £arron and Tommy. Dave Rhodes,
of the first paratroopers to land Howard Winans and Shirley, Bob
in France during the invasion. He j Broughton and Molly Lou, W. Iv-
ied the Jumpers. Both his Colonel Nichols and Joyce, Keith Jacka
and Captain were wounded and and Jimmy; Mesdames O. A.
are in a hospital. Robert is now in | Alexander and sons. Benson Dean
charge of tne regiment. His wife
and infant son live in Amarillo.
Lorene Sickles and Bobby Jack
Fred Morley, Jr., Roy Miller and
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Lieut. Shepard lived in Fritch jjmmy; Misses Frances and Lena
many years and attended school
here, and his many friends here
will be glad to know he is safe.
He has one brother, Eugene, in
Tech. Sgt. Randale Cowan and
wife came in from Alexandria, La.,
the first of the week. Randale
went from here to Dalhart tor a
few days’ visit and will go from
there to Florida for a month. Mrs.
Cowan will stay with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. West, until her
husband is located again. The Co-
wan and West families entertained
with an ice cream party Friday
night in the West home.
Mrs. Emma Brandon of Crystal
Falls, arrived Sunday to visit her
daughter, Mrs. E. L. Funderburk
and Mr. Funderburk.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Trisler and
children are spending their vaca-
tion transacting business in Ra-
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In addition to all types of Purina mona.Okla. Grandma Gnppen at'
- feeds we have approved disinfec- J companied them theie.
; tants, roundworm treatments and
j other sanitation products. You are
i invited to visit our store to secure
! free information on the care of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Middle-
busher and Sharon Beth, are mov-
ing Tuesday to Zofne&s Camp near
Dumas. They are Panhandle Eas-
Mae Carroll, Carpenters Mate
First Class Frank Lovelace; Mr.
Forest Glidewell; the honorees
and the host and hostess.
McCarthy and son last I
Girl Scout Troop No. 11 under
the leadership of Mrs, R. C Dav-
idson and Mrs. A. D. Lenord met
last Friday at the home of Ada
Catherine White. Plans for a
cook-out supper were made. Ten
members were present.
510 N. Main St.
Food-lovers will be glad to DETAIL TOR TODA
know that the Parkmoor, well- |
known for the excellence of its
menus among both local people
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The Girl Scout Leaders met jlnK| visitors, has been redecorot
Friday afternoon in the new club ■ ’ "“u
rooms for a party honoring Mrs.
L. B. Woods, a former leader who
is leaving for Bartlesville, Okla.
to make her home. The honoree
was presented with a gift.
Sick Bay Sailor
ed and is now open with the same
For tops * in Mexican foods,
steaks, and lunches, discriminat-
ing Borgans know that the Park-
mi or, 501 S. Main, is the place
“Wy personally select our
steaks." the manager reports, "and
I they are cooked with the greatest
__ 10( care so that each one is a tri-
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Patrick and umph of cookery and a delicious
Mrs. Lonnie Riggens of Bartles-
ville, Okla., is visiting friends
daughter are spending a few days palate-satisfier.
at the Red River Resort. j Mexican food served tit the
at tne KCQ n.ve_ ! pai.kmoC]. ,s of the excellent qual-
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cans and , ity rarely found this far north In
family are spending a few days at-Texas. Each item of the wide va-
Red River. jriety, from tamales to huevos
Mrs. Bern Johnson left last
Thursday for Mujoue. California,
to join her husband who is in the
Marine Air Corps. Mrs. Johnson
has been living with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Edwards, for
the past few months.
Mrs. Forest Glidewell and
daughter. Mrs. J. C. Gunter, are
Mrs. John Cowan ’and son are
visiting in Abilene. Texas.
MRS. CAPPS AND
DAUGHTER VISIT HERE
Mrs. Tom Capps and small
daughter Karen, of Oklahoma
City, Okla., are spending the week
in Borger visiting her husband of
the Herald staff. Mr. and Mrs.
Capps plan to establish then-
home here at an early date.
rancheros, is made according to
accurate Mexican recipe, by cooks
who have a wide experience on
south ol-the-border cookery.
Served neatly by pleasant wait-
resses. the lunches and meals
served at Parkmoor are calculated
to please the most discriminating
palates, and to delight the eye as
well. And the number of people
Mrs. J. E. Tillery tff| Pecos. New
Mexico, visited with Mr. and Mrs,
Send a man to help your man
Enlist now in the Women s Army
day in the Berwyn Willis home
Mr. Hodges’ parents of Plainview
joined them there.
JACK'S SHOE SHOP
JACK POPE. Prop.
The Home of
Better Shoe Repairing
• 13 N. Main Borger, Texas
SEE US FOR
EL RENO ICE CO.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hodges and
Horace visited in Amarillo Sun-
Mrs. Anna Wilson arried home j
last week from a visit with her (
daughter, Mrs. Howard Davis, and j
Mr. Davis. Miss Billie Veatch is
also home from a vacation spent I
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Bradford
and children of Zofness Camp
will move into the house vacated
by the Middlebushers.
for Meats and Groceries
now ready—Get your
copies from your local
WAR PRICE AND
SICK BAY SAILOR Is an in-
dividual who suddenly becomes
lick at the very mention of hard
vork. He desires to evade toil,
out at the same time wants it to
look official. Hence he is happiest
when his name is on the binnacle
ist—a list of men who are slightly
sick and have to perform only
light duty. Different pharmacists
mates, however, have different
conceptions of “slightly sick. In
some cases you get light duty for
a sore throat—in others, it takes
a broken neck. Regardless of the
We repair and service
washers of all kinds.
Refrigerators of all
We BUY and SELL used
furniture, washers and
'Give Us A Call"
725 N. Main
who make regular visits to Park- |ailor'wHI do'hfs utmost to live
mcor are proof of the manage- ---„„ ofVnrt in set out
ment's success in that line.
“Sandwiches and short orders
have the same standards and
quality as the larger orders do,
and every step oi their prepara-
tion is carefully watched,” the
You can sum it all up in just
four words—THEY ALL LIKE
up to them in an effort to get out
of doing some hard work.
For All Occasions
Carver Floral Co.
212 W. Grand Phona 500
Onions have been grown in gar-
jdens for more than 4,000 years.
L JULY 8th
* riaVT V. *
120 So. Main St.
The Best Way To Gel There —
Is To Ride A Borger City Bus!
Remember! Wherever you're going in Phillips
or along Main street in Borger, the CITY BUS
stops at the Red Curb. SPEED the nation's VIC-
TORY DRIVE! SAVE GAS! SAVE TIRES! SAVE
TIME! RIDE THE CITY BUS!
CITY BUS COMPANY
FOR THE BEST-ASK FOR AND GET
THE DULY BAKERY
KLEIN INSURANCE AGENCY
INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS
106-A E. Sth St Phone 740
JOLLY PIG DRIVE INN
SERVING THE FINEST
Sleaks . . . Sandwiches
Fountain Service . . . Beer
DRIVE UP FOR CURB SERVICE
1114 S. Mam Borger, Texei
603 N. Main St.
Borger Realty Co.
414 N. Main
RAY S RADIO SHOP
REPAIR Sc SERVICE
Domestic and Commercial
214 N. Hedgecoke St.
Tues. Sc Fri. Nile
'Meet Your Friends Here"
Contracting — Repairs
KEITH PLUMBING & SHEET METAL
103 West 4th
0. B. HUNT
Sold and Financed
DR. D. T. THROWER
424 Deahl SI. Borger. Texaa
CARBURETOR AND ELECTRIC SERVICE
709 N. Main
General Auto Repair—Bear Wheel Alignment
400 Wealherly Phone 294
PANHANDLE LUMBER CO, Inc.
A COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE
1 10 W. Jefferson Phone 135
F. R. McCORMACK. Owner
Cleaning — Repairing
5 Years Experience
212 S. Main SI.
MIAMI BEACH CLUB
ORCHESTRA EVERY NIGHT
Free Feed Every Wed. Night
i j Miles South on
F. A. DAVIS. Prop
710 S. Main St.
C. E. HOUSE
Borger, — — — Texas
305-9 N. Main
COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE
AND DRY CLEANING
HORTON'S SERVICE STATION
PHILLIPS PRODUCTS — ROAD SERVICE
Day and Night Storage
401 N Main
Wholesale — Retail
T. D. Nertbcutt, Mgr.
t07 8. Mein Phone 100
Steaks. Sea Foods Chicken
PRIVATE DINING ROOM
Open until 2:00 a. m.
Th«r«'i PLENTY Of Tbil Good |
A»b fir *» At
H S MILK
f tgyf If t
Baft Bottled and Draught Baer
—properly coolad and aaread
TRY OUR BARBECUE
404 N Mein St.
21 YEARS EXPERIENCE
MIDCO BOILER &
W* Carry Compensation Property
Damage and Public
LET US BID ON YOUR JOBS
S M CLAYTON Manager
SIS S Mein St Borger Tenao
Cunningham Cab Co.
DR. GEO E. BEAR. B S., M
S., D. C.
Grirluiii Kenees lisli Coliafa Univ*
nlty of Kirm
Steam Baths and Elactrtcal Treatn
In Borger Since 1938
4)3 Deahl St.
h- "•«. V .
• Letter and Lwgal 51m
• Matches Staal FUm
• Hoi Drawei Device
lhul Speedi tiling
• ptaetK and Wand
New Modern Equipment
G & G TIRE SHOP
LEARN TO FLY
FLIGHT AND GROUND
Airplan# Sales k Service
Borger Air Service
GARAGE (r BEAR SAFETY
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Phillips, J. C. Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 191, Ed. 1 Monday, July 3, 1944, newspaper, July 3, 1944; Borger, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth735826/m1/4/: accessed September 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hutchinson County Library, Borger Branch.