Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 159, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 27, 1943 Page: 3 of 8
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2. If your application pa»trs are satis-
factory, you’ll receive free transportation
to the nearest Office of Naval Officer Pro-
curement. There you'il be interviewed and
arrange to take the aptitude test.
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1. I irst. go or write to the n< uvst Navy
Hrcruiting Station or Ofnce ol Naval
Officer Procurement for application blank*.
Give the information required, and return
papers to office of origin.
3. Then comes a physical check-up by
Navy doctors. Requirements are thorough
but not too difficult. Any young women in
sound health should be able to pass the
examination with tlying colors.
4. It’s a thrilling moment when you
raise your right hand and are “sworn in.”
From then on, you're in the service of
Uncle Sam, ready to do a man-size job
for your country!
Clubs Churches Parties
Thurndsv. Mhv 37, 1943
A Primrose parly foi all new-
comers will be held at the Bur-
ger Methodist church mi Wednes-
day, June 9. at 2:30 o’clock.
The party is being sponsored by
the All-Church Council.
Every member is asked to bring
as many new guests as possible.
All newcomers to the city are
asked to please feel free to come
and make themselves known.
Baked Food Sale
At Sanford Community
Hall On Saturday
Ladies of the Methodist church
ol Sanford w ill have a baked food
sale Saturday afternoon from 1
until 4 c'clock. in the Sanford
All sorts of foodstuff will be on
Given Wiener Roast
On His Birthday
To surprise Handy Nunneley on
his birthday, members of the
younger set gathered on the banks
of the Canadian river last eve-
ning for a picnic under direction
of Sam Watson and Hugh Cypher,
Supposedly en route to Stin-
nett on an errand with Sam Wat-
son, the himoreo wrus surprised
when his friends, already at the
site, bobbed up singing Happy
Enjoying the outing were Win-
nit* Fred Homage, Robbie Lee
Haynes, Betty Lee Andress, Bar-
bara and Virginia Bigsby, Ava
Jean Hollingsworth, H. B. Um-
barger, VTa.vne Fable, Paul Post,
Billy Miller, Joe Lee, Billy
Schmalhorst, Paul Riordan, Mr.
and Mrs E. H. Nunneley, little
Marilyn Ann Fite, the honoree
5. Off for training school! The Navy
takes care of all expenses. Meals in ihe
dining car. A pullman berth for overnight
travel. And you'll find comfortable quar-
ters ready tor you when you arrive.
6. Yes, it’s really you! You’ll feel proud
— and rightly so — when you first see
yourself in trim Navy blues. Complete
outfit — $200 worth of clothing — is fur-
nished you free as an enlisted woman.
7. Training schools are located at some
of the country’s finest colleges. Typing,
radio operation, communications, me-
chanics are only some of the skills you
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8. At training school you’ll follow an
interesting schedule. Athletics, games,
recreation wrh friendly companions are
yours to enjoy in addition to the valuable
training under expert Navy teachers.
And now — a full-fledged member
of the service — you go on active duty
at. v".r >■! the V... ■ ll bases You'll
be in th<* thick of a!l that's exciting and
important in America at war.
10. Yes, your salute will be recog lized
by an Admiral. And you deserve recog-
nition! For yours is a hi • icb — a serv'ce
to your couii'iv you will be proud ot
the rest of your life.
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Woodmen Groups To
Have Covered Dish
Ladies of the Woodmen Circle
will have a party tomorrow night
at 8 o'clock in the Federated
Club Rooms, for their husbands.
Men of the Woodmen Lodge
whose wives are not members of
the Circle are invited to bring
their spouses and be at the party.
All those coming ,are asked to
bring a covered dish.
Real Radio and Refrig*
oration Service. H. E.
Hardeman. Phone 143.
Keep ’Em Flying
By RUTH MILLETT
We’ve been sold on the idea
that the service man needs some
recreation for the good ol bis mo-
Now what about Mama? She
is going to need something for a
change of pace this summer.
Added to the job of keeping a
house bringing up a family and
doing volunteer war work. Mama
will be taking <>n the extra work
of a Victory Garden and canning
what comes out ol it
That is no easy assignment
Mama won't squawk. She never
does when it becomes necessary
for her to do extra work. But she
is bound to find the going bard
during the hot summer months.
Can't husbands make a real ef-
fort to see that Mama’s morale is
boosted by some social life?
Maybe it will be enough if liy
man of the home takes Mama out
to dinner occasionally.
Or it may be necessary for him
to stay at home with the chil-
dren while she goes to a movie j
It rrvr even mean that Papa !
won't be able to count on his day
off as a da\ of rest, but will have j
to spend it helping Mama with !
the canning or with the heavy j
housecleaning, so that they both
can enjoy a few hours of leisure.
But no matter what he has to I
do to give her a little time for
1 “''•self. Papa ought to see that i
Mama does get a little time off.
Mama Carries The Load
LONDON, May 27—1^)—Brit-
ish planes have been aiding Yu-
goslav guerrillas in their battle
against Axis occupying armies, a
German broadcast recorded by
the Associated Press asserted to-
The broadcast quoted the Bel
| grade newspaper Novo Vreme as
j saying prisoners reported the
British had promised aerial as-
sistance and “a few British planes
one has to leave the din- \ did arrive. Some were shot down
meal is finished ' and others brought only propa-
* What will I serve in place of
potatoes " Is the ouestion most
frequently asked by the country's
ii* use-wives as the potato shortoge
grows more acute daily in many
The thought of doing without
, a staple food is at first startling,
1 he but den of lationing, of the dut there js ;1 “how" to everything
including the replacement of one
"no household help” situation,
and of shortages falls most heav-
ily on Mama.
If the family isn’t to suffer, she
has to work long, tiring hours.
So somebody ought to see that
he gets a chance to take it easy
once in a while Nobody is going
to—unless it’s Papa
That is why Mama’s morale is
his problem. And if he wants a
happy home he had better work
ANKARA, May 27-<VTv)—All of
the railroads in Greece have been
placed directly under German
control, reports from Greece said
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food by another, according to
Mrs. W. C. Barksdale, Red Cross
First alternate suggested for
Uie white potato is the sweet po-
tato. The chief difference in these
two potatoes lies in the fact that
there is a greater quantity ot
sugar and vitamin A in the sweet
potato as compared to the white
i ’ which v ntains more iron.
Other substitutes are breads
and (ereals. important energy-
giving I'-ods rich in body-build-
ing substances. Whole wheat
brown rice and whole-ground
cornmeal are also good because
they contain grain parts (hat
are usually lost in milling and
which contain cnieiiy minerals
Don’t overlook the use of the
varieties of beans and peas. Wal l-
lea and pancakes, especially when
ing table before
should he ask to be excused.
5. li one is compelled to answer
the phone, or read a personal let-
ter, when in company, is it cour-
teous to ask permission to do so?
What would you do if—
Your minister stands at the
church door shaking hands with
members of his congregation—
(a) Say, "I enjoyed your ser-
(b) Say, "You preached a
Better "What Would You Do"
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Mr. and Mrs. John H. Couzins
have as guests Mrs. Couzins’ sis-
ter, Mrs. J. A. Chaney of Los An-
geles, and Mrs. Ft. P. Dillan of
HITLER PINS IRON
ON DEAD JAPANESE
By The Associated Press
A 1>NB dispatch by the Berlin
radio said today that Adolf Hitler
had awarded the German knight’s
... . , , „ cross of the iron cross with oak
made with enriched flour, offer , leaves and swords posthumously
another group ol alternates along lo Admiral lsornku Yamamoto of
The time to qei out of debt is when you're making good
money. But when vou do need extra monev to meet some em-
ergenev. remember, we're specialists in familv financing.
Southwestern Protected Payment Loan has helped lots of
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with French toast and bread stuf-
Hominy, rice, noodles and
manufactured pastes, such as ma-
caroni and spaghetti, offer in-
expensive and palatable sources
of energy. But like potatoes and
other starchy foods they should
he used with milk. eggs, vege-
tables, fruits, meats and other
foods m order that the diet may
be well balanced.
“Particular emphasis should be
placed on the nutritional balance
ol menus,” said Mrs. Barksdale.
Potato substitutes frequently lack
the valuable vitamins and iron
which the lowly vegetable pos-
sesses and care must be taken'to
provide this deficiency with aug-
Japan ‘in appreciation of his mer-
its in the common light of our
Mind You' Manners
T**i your knowledge of cor-
reel social usage by answering
ihe following question*, then
checking against the authorita-
tive answers below:
L Should anyone — man or
woman — comb his hair in pub-
2. If an older person drops
something should a younger per-
son stoop quickly to pick it up?
3. Should an older person al-
ways be permitted to go first”
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3. Instantly stops perspiration for
1 to 3 days, rreveuts odor.
4. A pme, white, greaseless,
stainless vanishing cream.
5. Awarded Approval .Seal of
American Institute of Launder
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Little one piece knit
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Smooth Fits in Pure Worsted!
Streamlined knits, as smart on
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• ii tmV*, Herbert Morrison, home
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ifouse of Commons today.
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Cool Togs For All Summer!
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Phillips, J. C. Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 159, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 27, 1943, newspaper, May 27, 1943; Borger, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth772015/m1/3/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hutchinson County Library, Borger Branch.