The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 13-B, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 12, 1932 Page: 2 of 8
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By MABVIX JON Ed. MmuInt of
Conpreag from Texas.
The House of Ilepreaeutative-t
hu been making u real effort 'o
reduce the expense* of government.
In thla 1 urn aure they are re
•pondlug to a public desire.
In the six dejwrtment bills al-
ready imsm-i] by the House, the
total appropriations have been re-
duced more than fiOO million dol-
lars below the appropriations for
last year. When all of the billa
t>#va tuuiii t.auiuwl It lx «>Y twx't oil
that the reductions will be more
than 700 million dollars below last
yea r'n upproprlat Ions.
This In approxlmatidy lfit) mil-
lion dollar* ltolow the amount
asked for by the president through
The 1 louse of Uepresen tat Ives has
redu<*ed the amount tha President
has asked In hi* budget recom-
mendations every year for the
last ten year* since the budget law
was enacted. The reductions this
year will Is* greater than they
have ever been before. However,
I think they should be still fur-
The great problem before the
American paople Is that of reduc-
ing the activities Mild ext lenses of
government, lot-til, state and na-
There are a number of bureaus
ami commissions which should Is*
I abolished. Others should be re-
stricted and* economics practiced
I am opposing new m»proprln-
tlons as well as any increase In
old appropriation*. I expect to
; continue thla course, aa further
savings muNt Is* made and the
cost <»f government reduced along
Government should not eugugc
In any line of bu*luc«s that l«
suited to iirlvate enterprise, not
only hccmiMo It costs the govern-
ment more, but ulso because It in*
tci-forcs u-ltti nrtvntn IntHiitivn
It is advisable for the govern-
ment to engage In regulation only
so far as is necessary to aco that
there are fair dealings and equal
To Quote Mrs. Ihrig:-
—“The home* in the wife’s hiiHincHH, and should he
conducted on a husinehHdike basis. Accounts must
he kept in order, and expenditures recorded in the
budget hook. I have found a checking account witli
the hank is a simple method of keeping these records.**
The First State Bank
' . r
You Are Invited to Attend
The Hereford Brand's
BE SURE AND NOTICE
MRS. LEONA RUSK IHRIG’S
s» v w a
25 Ounces for ase
for Over 40 Year*
The demonstrator will show you that
in using a Double Action baking
powder such as K<) you get fiiw Tor-
ture aiul Imiho Volume in your hak*
ing that you run use Ichh than you
do of high priced brands.
You will realize that it is not neces-
sary to pay war price* for baking
Then try K C younelf. Give it
the oven tett mul judne ley reiult*.
OUR GOVERNMENT USED
MILLIONS OF POUNDS
' Tb«* K4 .u.„i
opportunities as between Individ-
uals slid enterprises aud to M
that maaapallM tan Mss iai pHn-
Icges are prevented. Thin la tha
proper fum-tlon and here the ac-
tivity of government should and.
That government la lieat which
Interferes the least with rights
and privileges of the individual
fit I sen, and It should go no far-
ther than to exercise It* legiti-
mate lstrt In preserving equal op-
tion mil ties for all.
Seen On the
Tuesday mid Wednesday will
find Marlon Du v tea and riark
Gable playing leading rides In an
old-time favorite story that his
delighted millions of renders,
•'l’olly of the i'lreus”.
These two day* features will
also be the spretnl 1-cent sale pic-
ture* of this week, that Is, two
person* will be admitted for 1
cant more than tha ooat of ad-
mission for one person. Thla
■haul* be one of *be attrac-
tive productions of the week.
——- ■ o -■ ■
By MH8. G. B. FRAIZIBR
We still have winter weather.
Mrs. Leon price spent last week
with her mother, Mrs. K. Gage,
while Mrs. Price aud several others
attended the glnner’a convention
Klv.v Lornne Hlmpson spent Bun
day night with Wlsle Irene Lon-
•Mr. uiid Mrs, W. A. Renter and
daughter spent tlie week end wllh
relatives in Hlaton,
llev. <W and family were here
Hat i ml ay night aud Sunday.
Itev. Groom preached at each
of Mumluy’s services.
P. T. A. met Inst Friday night
with n good crowd mid line pro-
«Mul* will meet with Mrs. Hcnter
Thursday, April 21. Wvery club
tuenibers Is urged to be preaent
—In houHekceping is obtained by having
plenty of eleetrical outlets handy to
GEORGE S. M’CONNELL
“All of the groceries I needed for my
demonstration were available. The ser-
vice, the Mpirit of cooperation and the help-
ful nuggestions given me were wonderful.
1 can idnccrely endorse the PIGGLY WIG*
GLY STORE and the fine stock of grocer*
ich and fresh vegetables it offers the house-
MRS. LEONA RUSK IHRIG
—And during the cooking school she will
tell you why it is more economical to send
your clothes to the—
■ ■ ■
and bring noma one else.
O. J. Johnson fell on a cellar
door while pinylag Sunday sad
•tuck a sliver under his ahouler.
We hope thla will not prove to be
News has been received here
Frsd SUspscs’s brother, Q.
son, was in a car accident and
that he waa in a arrloua condition.
20 Bars, In
X for 1 Sale
FAMOUS WOODBURY PRODUCTS
—Now you can enjoy these Jergens-Woodbury
products at half their usual cost. Buy enough
this week for the whole year.
BAKE A CAKE OR PIE
Win a Prize!
All you have to do Is bal e a rdto or pie, or mail, and
bring litem to Ibr Hereford Itrand Cooking Hr boot next Fri-
day morning before 11 o'clock. There ;« no restriction as la
IIm» kind und number of cake* iuul pic* ymi ruler. Thr only
requirement Is Miul >ou use Amaryllis Flour,
Mra. Is-on* Itusli Ihrig. In rlmrge of Ibr Cooking Hrbool,
will be llie Judge of I he rain* and pies rule ed. and award
llie pi I re*. All rahri and plea, uliHlu-r or not they win prlsea,
go lo tlie Cafeteria Fund of the Hereford Pareol Trarlier*’
Assoc Ipilon. This organ!/atIon will conduct a sale of the
rakes and pin In the lobby, after the lecture, nmti IVUs*
afternoon. Tl»e remaining rakes and pies will be on display
and sale next Friday evening and Haturday. Yau will help
tills worthy cause by becoming a contestant, by buying a mb*,
or pie, or by doing both.
Frlam will he a* fallows: CAKF#—first prise, flSJSi
aarand. $64* | lidrd, ttb sack Amaryllis; fourth, t4-pound
arnb Amaryllis; and fifth, I Mb sarh AmnrylUa. PIKA-
find prise, *440; memi, 4S-K> sack Amaryliia; third, 14 m
saek Amaryllis, and fourth, It lb sack Amaryliia,
Great West MU1 And Elevator Co-, Amarillo
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Kessie, R. E. The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 13-B, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 12, 1932, newspaper, April 12, 1932; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth825302/m1/2/: accessed March 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.