Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 190, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 2, 1944 Page: 5 of 8
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Sunday, July 2, 1944
rHE BORGER (TEXAS* DAILY HERALD
Mrs. Wright To Present Pupils In
Piano Recital At 3 P. M. Today
Eighteen Months Old
Mrs. Latrrene Chinn
“Mr. Popper’s Penguins,' by
Richard and Florence Atwater, is
the story told bv Mr? Lnurine
Chinn during the Strrv Telling
Hour at the Hutchinson County
Library Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Chinn will meet with the
children again next Saturday af
tc’noon from 2 until 3 o'clock. All
children between the ages of 6
and 10 years of age. inclusive),
arc invited to meet at this time for
an hour which is both educational
Books On Prayer In
“Li't Un Your Hearts,” hv How I
ic; "Praver," by Buttrick; "How j
to Find Health Through Prayer,"
by Clark; "I Will Lift Up Mine)
,Kvos," by Clark, "S-ul’s Sincere
Desire." by Clark; "Streams in the |
Desert," iiv Cov.man; "Handles of'
Power,” by Dunnington; “More i
Handle: of Power," bv Dunning- |
ton; “The Greatest Thing in the
World." by Drummond; "The
Mrs R A. Wright will present
i a group of her pupils in piano re-
cital at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon
in the Fellowahio Baptist, 305 N.
Deahl. The public is cordially in-
vited to attend.
I Program follows:
I Chop Sticks, 'A. De Lulli>;
; What a Friend We Have in Jesus,
| Joyce Harris.
Long, Long Ago, i Haynes Bag-
Icy i; Jesus Lover ct Mv Soul, Ada
l Amaryllis, 'King Louis XIII';
j Won’t It Be Wonderful There? Le-
i na White.
Arbutus, Intermezzo, <M. A. E.
Davis); At the Cross, Dr.rothv Cox,
Spanish Nights, (Oscar Rasbachi;
Just as I am Without One Plea,
Duct: Mount of the Holv Cross,
Muriel and Dorothy Cox.
All Church Council
Of Women Entertain
With Coffee i
The All Church Council of Wo. ;
men entertained with a Coffee
Thursday morning in the Church I
of the Nazarene.
Following 'layer led by "the
Rev Amos Meador, coffee and
\\ oi id at One in Prayer, 1 bv Flem- i doughnuts were served to guests,
ing. The meaning ol Prayer, by, a short business si sinn was
i'c.sdiek. Angel M< and Her Son, j conducted by Mrs. T. S. Smock,
Roland Hayes,” by Helm; "Crea- president
five Prayer" b> Herman; "The Tho themc (or the devotional
. ei 11 i (r.iiden ol llie Si.ul. by was ■■prayer”, and was given by
Herman; "George Washington Car- Mrs Bob Cochran. Mrs Floyd Mo-
ver. by Holt; "Abundant Living,” '
by Jones; "Letters of a Modern
Mvstic,” by Laubach: "The Silent
Billions Speak," by Laubach;
"Ways of Praying,” bv Lester.
"Creative Living,” bv Page; Why
Not Try Grid.’" bv Pick lord. "Sev- Low," In- Toner; "In Tune With j
Y HERALD___ _ ____________ Pogc Pfr#
♦ Attend Church Services Today |
CHURCH OF CHRIST
10 Block Daahl Str««t
Jamei W. Reynolds, Minister
Bible Study, 9:45 am.
Preaching and Communion,
10:40 am. Sermon delivered by
Horace W. Busby, visiting evan-
gelist, who will be here for n ser-
ies of meetings.
Evening service; Preaching and
You arc invited to come be with
us in the meeting beginning todav
July 2 te continue through July
12th•. Services daily 10.00 a.m
and 8:30 p.m. Please notice that
, we are changing the time of the
\ evening service from eight to
7:00 p.m. Youth Group Meetings. I "The Blind Ploughman.” In the*
Spadden gave an interesting re-
view of "1 will Lilt Up Mine !
Eyes." Mis Sarah Ellen nad Mias !
Marylin Foster sang “The Beau- j
tiful Garden of Prayer,” and tv o I
en Came Through,” bu Ricken
backer; "Prayer as a Force," by
Roydcn; "The Great Answer."
by Runbeck; "Thy Kingdom Come
... But Not Now,” by Siatterly;
"The Lower Levels of Prayer."
Stewart; "When the Lights are
the Infinite," bv Trine; “We i
Thought We Heard the Angels
Sing," by Whittaker; "Methods of
Private Religious Living," bv Wie
man; "Exploration of the Inner ;
World,” by Boi: in; "Screwtape
Letters," by Lewis.
NOW SHOWING AT REX!
DUALA REGINA RIDGEWAY
Eighteen months old Duala Regina Ridgeway, is know to her
friends as "Gena.” She is the blue-eyed, curly-haired daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ridgeway of Phillips. Her daddy is em-
ployed in the Meter department of the Alamo Refinery. Her
maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Ross of Phillips.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Blair of Borger.
1,500 Expected To Attend
Frank Fhillips Men's Club
Picnic, With Everything Free
Sunday School. 9:30 a.m.
Morning Service, 11 a.m.
Reading Room open 2:30-4:30
cn Tuesdays and Fridays
"God” is the subject cf the Los
son-Sermon which will be read
in all Churches of Christ, Scien-
■ ist, on Sunday, July 2.
The Golden Text is: “Who is
God, save the Lord? and who is
a rock, save our God? God is my
strength and power: and he mak-
eth mv way perfect." <11 Samuel
Among the citations which tom-
orise the Lev-son-Sermon is the
following from the Bible: "In God
is m> salvation and my glory: the
ock of my strength, and mv re-
ige. is in GodN iPsalms 8217).
The Lesson-Sermon also includ-
es the following passages lrom the
Christian Science textbook, Sci-
.nce and Health with Key to the
Scriptures" by Maiy Baker Eddy:
“There is no power apart from
God. Omnipotence has all-power,
and to acknowledge any other
ower is to dishonor God" 'page
8.00 p.m. Evening Worship Ser-
vice. Enjoyable hymn singing. Ser-
men by the pastor. Come and en-
joy these services in our air-condi-
Monday, official board meeting.
All men of the church are invited
I to this meeting which has been
j planned as a social get-together
I for the men. Come on men and
enjoy the food, fellowship, and fun.
The meeting will be at the recrea-
tion hall, 918 Spruce.
'one. "Mystery Babylon."
I 11:00 Worship Service. The
source cf the joyful, and the fruit-
7:00 p.m. Young People’s mect-
| ing. Don’t forget young poeple,
these scrvi.es are in nreparation
for the youth fellowship meeting
'at Forth Worth, August 4th
' Evening service at 8:00. Subject;
| Rest, through the finished work of
Jesus Christ. Baptismal service at
8:15., just before the message.
TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
Jaffenon and Hadgacokr
J. C. Roock, Paitor
11 a.m. ft ( p.m.
At 8:30 a.m. tunc in to the In-
ternational Lutheran Hour every
Sunday morning over KEDA.
Sunday School and Adult Bible
Class at 10 a.m.
“In God We Trust" is the themc
for the morning service. The text
is Ps. 22:27-28.
There will be no evening ser-
vice nor Holy Communion as pre-
viously announced Holy Commu-
nion will be celebrated next Sun-
A friendly welcome awaits you
in our church and Sunday School.
Dick Powcl' aid Luc i I Ic Hall in a scene from "Meet The People," with
Spike |ones and his band.
Giri iotyskirt to hi
PACE EVERY MOMENT OF
PRESENTED EVERY SUNDAY
1 P. M CWT
i “Free dance, tree barbecue, free
I beer, free swimming, free show,
| free ants, flies and bellyaches."
will all be offend ; oproximately
! 1500 peon! • xpet'ed to attend the
| Frank Phillip’s Men’s Club picnic
I at Phillips high school stadium
July 4, Howard Ebersole. presi-
Arrangements have been made
up of the club’s 700 members and
their families, with adequate law
enforcement and first aid, Fiber-
The program for the day, as an-
nounced by the president, follows:
7 a. m Golf tournament.
10 a. m Picnic grounds open, n-
f ford ing the crown bingo, soft ball,
tennis, volley ball, golf, horseshoes,
j etc. A concession stand will be op-
en all day, giving everybody a
chance to purchase hot dogs and
Noon to 1:30- free barbecue,
soda, and beer.
All afternoon Club members
and families may go to Phillit *s
to Phillip's 6(4 theatre for free
show at their convenience.
(i p. m. to 7:30—free barbccu-
M»da. and beer
j 9:30- Combination round and
. A nine piece orchestra made up
| ol Phillips employees will furnish
i music for the dance, which will,
1 be held on the Phillip1, pavilion.
; All prizes at concessions will be .
1 made in defense stamps, Eber j
’ sole reported
The Frank Phillip’s Men’s Club, ;
| which consists of any male cm j
! ployoc$ who draw’ their salary
! from Phillip’s Petroleum Co. dir-
! cctly or indirectly is termed by
i its president "a strictly non-pro-1
I fit organization." It is a branch
| chapter of the original club w'v*-h
was founded in Bartlesville, Ok!a .
COMMUNITY SING AT
CHURCH OF GOD TODAY
ST. PETERS MISSION OF THE
Third and McGee
Rev. Edgar Henshaw, rector
Communion Services at 11 p.m.
Maxine Burch of Sneed Camp, i
visited her aunt, Mrs Herman Mid 1
dlebusher and Mr.Middlebusher,
the Iirst of the week.
Mrs Jeff Pritchard and Mrs.
Cv Clark chaperoned o group of
young people at swimming and an
ice cream social recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Estel Lunday and
children have moved into one of
the A. G Male properties.
Ruby Jean Wright accompanied
Mrs G. M. Du vis and girls have
gone to Tulsa, Okla., for a two
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Swisher left
Saturday for Watonga, Okla., for
a visit with Mrs. Swisher’s broth-
er, C R. Orndorf arid Mrs Orn-
Mary and Ruth Ann Pritchard
lelt Saturday for a visit in Car*
margo. They will return Tuesday
Ladies of the Church of Chi 1
gave a lawn social Friday on the
Church grounds. Games furnished
entertainment and refreshments of
take and punch were served.
Mrs Peggy Moore, who was
hurt in a car accident when a car
accidentally ran into the one in
which she was riding recently, is
reported improving. Marvin Moore
driver of the car, was not injured.
H< the son of Mrs. Dee Moore
305 North Deahl Street
Charles E. MrDowell. pastor
Bible school 9:45 n.m. Lesson,
Rev. chanter 17. Subject: When
religion and government become
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
100 S. Hedgecokr
Paul B. Cu'Irn. Pastor
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. with
classes for all ages.
Morning Worship at 10:50 a.m.
with Mr. L. B. Vance leading the
.......... music and arranging the special
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH mKSjcai number. The pastor will
209 N. Hedgecoke preach.
Borger Texas Training Union at 7:00 p.m. with
J. Edmund Kirby, pastor unions- O r all ages. The efficiency
Church Schooi, 9:45. There is a cnntest will reach the half way
class and a welcome for all who j mark tonight, and will continue
come- through the month of July.
Morning Worship, 10 55. Sei - Evening worship at 8:15 p.m,
mon by tho pastor. Duet. lie is , with Mr. Vance again directing the
Readv to Aid. When We Piav by 'musical nari of the
evening the choir will assist the
paster in the interpretation of
some of the great hymns of the
The WSCS meets at the church
in general meeting next Thursday,
July 8, at 9t30 a.m.
All art cordially isvlted.
CHURCH or THE NAZARENE
Second and Weather It
Amos R. Meador, pastor
Sunday Bible School, 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m.
N.Y.P.S., 7;00 p.m.
Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m.
Mid-week prayer meeting Wed-
nesday, 8:00 p.m.
W.F.MS, Thursday, 2:00 p.m.
We welcome you te our services.
Christie. Narcidel and Louellvn I
Youth Fellowship's at 7:00.
Evening Worship, 8:00. Sermon
by the paitor.
musical part of the program The
. pastor will preach on "The Lord's
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
310 South Mr’n Strcst
Wilbur J. Mindsl. pastor
9:45 Church School Hour. Let |
10:45 Morning Worship Service l
Choir Anthem: "Blessed is the Na-
tion” Sermon: "Seeking Higher
Things” Special Duet, Mrs. Bon-
nie Bales and Mrs. W. A Haren.
S. Y. Allgood, pastor
Church School, 9:45
Morning Worship, 10:50.
Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m.
The subject of the Communion
meditation will be "Redemption"’;
that of the evening fellowship
"The Great Hvmns of the Faith.”
Mr. Gilbert will sing the solo:
TENTH STREET BAPTIST
J. M. Hswts. pastor
Rev. Guy D. Newton, pastor art
missionary of the Atchafalaji
Baptist Missions and former pa
tor of the Tenth Street Baptij
Church of this city, will be gue
speaker at 8:30 Sunday nighi Ret
Newton will talk about Hospital
Boats, Bayous, Rivers and LivitM
Conditions of the French Acadiai^g
—their religions, speech, mlxsio#i
aries and their work and alf©
their schools. He will illustrate hit
lecture with motion pictures taken
on the field. Rev. Newton wtM
speak at the First Church, Phillips,
Other services of the day:
Sunday School at V:45 a.m.
Morning Worship at 11:00. "The
Fruit of the Spirit." after which
the ordinance of the Lord's Sup-
per will be rbserved.
Training Union Service at 7:30
Mid-week Praver and Bible Stu-
dy Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. MiloW
ed by the regular monthly busi-
ness conference of the Church.
W.M.S. Rcval Service meeting.
Thursday afternoon at 8:00 in the
church parlor, Mrs. G. A Jones
G.A. meets for their "World
Comrades Program at 7:00 p.m.
Thursday in the church parlor.
Choose a wife rather by vour
ear than your eye.—Thomas Ful-
Eifeclive June 1, 1944
MR. CREED BOGAN
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Extra features make Vi-
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The ice-saver door, pro-
tecting the ice compart
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tection to ice from outside
air when refrigerator door
KFDA—8:30 A. M
DR. WALTER A MAIER
Has Purchased An Interest In The
Panhandle Insurance Agency
I And As A Partner Will Now Be
Permanently Located In Borger
Mr. Bogan has had 15 years of insurance experience
ince attending the University of Oklahoma. He has de-
monstrated a thorough knowledge of all forms of fire
and casualty insurance and his counsel has helped many
property owners in arranging their insurance to prevent
financial loss Knowing that he will maintain the stan-
dards of this agency, \vc welcome him as a partner Mr
and Mrs. Bogan and their daughter live at 513 Monroe
(VtN- SUNDAY SAMI
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Phillips, J. C. Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 190, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 2, 1944, newspaper, July 2, 1944; Borger, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth736650/m1/5/: accessed October 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hutchinson County Library, Borger Branch.