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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

MR U ON/O MORRIS P.O. BOX .">()? LINDEN. TV 755b:i Published Weekly in Linden, Tex. for ALL of CflSS COUNTY lO CENTS Second Class Permit Pending THE PAPER June 30,1976 Cass County, Texas Volume 1 Number 38 ■ d ' x Su* UNTYS- / - -v .v- - l^fAPP vr "The heritage of the past is the seed that brings forth the harvest of the future." See Story —Pages 4 & 5 What's Inside Down Home With The Paper, From The Turnip Green Patch —Page 2 Linden Volunteer Fire Dept.—Page 3 Linden Centennial—Pages 4 & 5 Linden's Cyclone—Pages 8 & 9 Classified—Pages 12 & 13 Did You Know—Page 14 By fTlrs. E.E. Wommack History of Linden Courthouse —Page 15 Pondering It Over—Page 16 Lanier Blacksmith Shop & Chair Factory—Pages 22 & 23 Linden Flower & Gift Shop Open House—Page 24

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

Page 2. THE PAPER, Wednesday, June 30. 1976 Down Home With The Paper Renovation & Construction FROm THE TURNIP GREEN PATCH ft Sad Turnip of Cass County Jail Construction is well underway for a new addition to the Cass County Jail and law enforcement office. Also, the old jail will be remodeled to include modern facil- ities. Estimated cost of the project is set at *384,900.00. The new audition will house offices for the district attorney, justice of the peace. Department of Public Safety and juvenile probation. A women's detention center and juvenile detention center will also be in- cluded in the new section. The new addition will ac- comodate three women in single cells, one juvenile girl in a single cell and one juvenile boy in a single cell. Adult males will be housed in the reconstructed portion of the older jail. The remodeled jail will have room for 13 men in single cells. There will be three cells with four bunks each in the "short term" area of the jail. There will also...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

Page 3, THE PAPER, Wednesday, June 30,1976 \ THE LINDEN VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPflRTfTlENT by Sandra Westbrook The Linden Volunteer Fire Department was organized in October, 1934 with 11 members and one fire truck. The organization has now grown to include 29 volun- teers and three fire trucks as well as a rescue unit. The fire department was the idea of local businessmen who saw the need of a fire fighting unit. The first fire truck was a 1935 Ford Fire Truck purchased by the city and the fin.t fire chief was A.L. Parker. The department was chartered and reorganized in August, 1953. By laws and regulations for members were set up and are still enforced today. "Hie present officers are: Billy Logan, fire chief; Wayne Morgan, assistant fire chief; Richard Ramage, secretary-treasurer; Royce Williams, drill captain; Adron Miller, tail twister; and Jerry Mitchell, assistant tail twister. Volunteers who have served in the department for 25 years or longer are Ralph Gilbert, Marion Hamilton. Ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

Page4.THEPAPER. Wednesday. June30.1976 CARD GAME AT HOYT'S CAFE (standing) Hershell Sheffield, N. J. Ward, Bob Goodman (deceased), Paul Stone, and Bob Hoague. (sitting) "Monk" Allen, Frank Hall, Charles Elrod, Jimmy Gilbert, T. R. Lester (deceased), W. C. (Bullie) Daniels, Bennett Hill, and W. C. Newby. BIG STAKES - "Chili" Cochran, Jimmy Gilbert (serving), W. C. Daniels, and W. C. Newby. \ HOYT'S CAFE, 1948, LINDEN, TEX. (sitting) Buff Daniels, Frank Hall, Cecil Wood, (deceased), Milton Caver, Carl Wells, E. W. Rountree, W. C. Daniels, W.C. Newby, Robert Williams, Burr Cameron, (standing) C.E. (Monk) Allen, George Morse (deceased) Wesson Bartlett, (deceased) O.R. Taylor M.D. (deceased), Billy Roy Skelton, O.B. McGrill, Jimmy Gilbert, C.B. Cochran, (deceased), Earnest Potter, N.J. Ward, Roy B. Temple, Mar- shall Yandell (deceased) Wiley Daniels,?, and Horace Boon. AFTER MEMORIAL CHURCH SERVICE -- Grouped in front of Baptist Chruch, June 30, 1948. Smi u v WILMA FULLER, Keith Fuller, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

w Page 5, THE PAPER, Wednesday, June 30.1976 POSED & RESTING ON COURTHOUSE LAWN are (front) Hershell Sheffield Bully Daniels, Roy B. Temple, Carl Wells, E.W. Rountree, Bennett Hill, C.E. (Monk) Allen, (standing) Jimmy Gilbert, Buff Daniels, Bob Hague, Billy R. Skelton, W. C. Newby, Burr Cameron, and Bob Goodman (deceased). * "• ' . v: BOTTOM ROW: (left to right) Paul Stone, Boyce Daniel, Jimmy Gilbert, Bill Skelton, Bob Williams, Monk Allen, (top row) Otis Reynolds, Howard Tramel, Frank Hall, D. H. Boon, Bob Hoague, Burr Cameron, Paul Hanes, Bob Goodman, Hershel Sheffield, J. S. Penny, Carl Wells, and Milton Caver. CAPSUP ON THE ROCKS? D. H. Boon, Roy B. Temple, E. W. Rountree, C. E. (Monk) Allen, N. J. Ward, C. B. Cochran (deceased), Jimmy Gilbert, W. C. Newby, W. C. (Bullie) Daniels, and Carl Wells celebrated Linden's Centennial in the most unusual way. * ALLEN BUGGY - CENTENNIAL PARADE: Monre Alien and Fred Allen; Monk Allen and Pete Allen (old Ritz Theatre in background). Ce...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

Page 6. THE PAPER, Wednesday. June 30, 1976 ^ LET'S CELEBR^^ASWH-O^^TOTH^UTURE Reynold's Dry Qeaners Dr. & Mrs. McKinney Miller Processing Plant Cre-Mel Drive Inn House of Fashions Linden Shoe Shop Atlanta Motor Co., Inc. Dixie Maid Circle N Drive Inn Elliott & Waldron Abstract Co. Atlanta Federal Savings & Loan Barkers Grocery Jimmie's Beauty Shop Midway Gro. & Sta. West Dept. Store jw*L/ At* Washington Tire Co. Johnny's Refrig. Service Morgan Company Ray's Food Village June's Beauty Shop R & R Fence & Awning Western Auto Piggly Wiggly B & P Auto Repair & Body Shop Vaughan's Drive In Gro. & Bait Shop Bower's Grocery Whatley Grocery Moore & Harmon Ford Lummus' Gro. & Sta. Cass County Printing Company

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

Page 7, THE PAPER, Wednesday, June 30, 1976 'We hold these truths. ... to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalien- able rights, that among these are < Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness — that to secure these rights, governments are instituted among Men deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed ..." Thomas Jefferson, Declaration of Independence These words, written by Thomas Jefferson, were radical 200 years ago. Today they are a testimonial to the endurance of a representative form of government derived from the consent of the governed. Finley-Morris Food Store Linden, Texas CflSS COUNTY Babies IT'S A BOY Marcus Dwane Roberts was born June 18, at 3:45 p.m., in Linden Municipal Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Lynn Roberts. He weighed 61bs. llozs. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Birchfteld of Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Roberts of Atlanta. They Helped Make America Great! Durin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

Pnpp 8 THF PAPER. Wednesday. June 30. 1976 fjO vy '&/"1 * 1 V' • - \ - 05M— ,f> i I ^ <1- Woodman Hall - where Surratt's TV now stands Baptist Church destroyed - stands on lot where present Baptist Church is located - in picture is fflr. Emmett Lanier Linden's ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss An ordinary autumn afternoon ended in death and] destruction of property for some Linden residents wher a tornado swept through the town on Oct. 13, 1908.. The cyclone, entering from the southwest and travel- ing to the northeast, destroyed everything on the north side of the square and inflicted heavy damage throug- out the town. Killed in the storm was A.J. Nelson, Sr. Two people were also killed at the Tremper home located near where the hospital now stands. Mr. Sam Whitworth, a blacksmith shoeing a horse in his shop where Ford Motor Co. is now located was blown across the street and fatally injured. "We had no warning that a tornado was approaching except for the awful clo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

Page 9. THE PAPER. Wednesday, June 30,1976 Cyclone by Sandra Westbrook ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss taken out the wires were cut and the building col- lapsed." according to Mrs. Goodman. "The wind was so strong that the back of my dress was torn off and every hairpin was blown out of my head," she recalled. "A nail was also stuck in my arm." The winds of the cyclone also ripped the top off of the Cass County Court House and razed the First Bap- tist Church. The Kate Grubbs home was picked up by the wind, turned around and set down a few yards away from where it orginally stood. Woodman Hall, Nelson's Store and the Cass County State Bank were a few of the other buildings that were destroyed. "After the cyclone hit torrential rains and thunder- storms followed," said Mrs. Lanier. "Lightening came down through our stove pipe and busted out the joints in it. It then hit the wood box, turned the logs into splin- ters. burned the corner off a tin shovel and went out through th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

Page 10, THE PAPER, Wednesday, June 30,1976 L-K Class of 1966 Holds First Class Reunion by (Tlrs. E. E. VYommack The Linden-Kildare High School class of 1966 held its first reunion at the American Legion Hall Saturday June 26. Originally there were fifty-five members of the class. Much of the success of the occasion goes to the two committees planning the event. The Invita- tion committee - Mrs. Freda Fitts and Mrs. Nancy Williams and the Planning and Program Com- mittee: Brenda Yates. Elane Carney Ann Ferrell. Linda Hays and Shirley Hargett. The Hall was beautifully decorated in Red, while, and blue. Red checked table clothes were used on each table, which was centered with lovelv arrangements of fresh flowers, red geraniums, white daisies, blue ribbon bows com- bined to enhance the hall and emphasize the American 200th birthday celebration. Thirty-eight members of the original class were in attendance for the picnic lunch at the American Legion Hall. Many memebers were accompanied...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

Cass County Under Four Different Names Cass County has had several different names in history and has also been a part of surrounding counties in the past. The area of Cass County today was known as Paschal County from 1824-1836 when under Spanish rule. The territory of Red River, Cass, Bowie, Marion, Morris, Titus and Franklin counties made up Red River County from 1836 to 1846 under the Republic of Texas. When Texas was admitted to the Union in 1846, Cass County received its name and also included what is now Marion and Bowie counties. Jefferson was the county seat of Cass County until 1852 when Linden was established as the county seat. The first term of district court was held at the new county seat on the third Monday in September, 1852. The Texas Legislature changed the name of Cass County to Davis County on Dec. 17, 1871 by act of the state legislature. Page 11, THE PAPER, Wednesday, June 30, 197 WHIT MIKES A People who believe in their country, support it, defend it, influen...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

Page 12. THE PAPER, Wednesday. June 30. 1976 BUYING? SELLING? CHECK OUT THE.... Marie Payne Invites You To The KOUNTR Y KITCHEN Every Friday For A Family Dinner. (in Linden on Hwy. 59) Ph.-756-9925 ♦ 5:30 A.M.-6 P.M. ♦ Mon.-Thur. & Sat. 5:30 A.M.-9 P.M.J Friday ♦ Tune-Up or Complete Repair Second Hand Lawn Mowers FOR SALE Mott's Lawn Mower Repair REDS PLUMBING REPAIR AND WATER PUMP SERVICE RED LILES P.O. BOX 748 PHONE 756.5742 LINDEN. TEXAS 75563 Whirlpool JOHNNY'S REFRIGERATION SERVICE Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor 802 S. Main Linden. Tex. 75563 Fedders Phone 756-7181 Sullivan ■' Cabinet & Supply 201 Sunny Lane Linden OPEN: 9 A.M.-4 P.M. (Mon-Fri) • Carpets—Area Rugs ••fringed & bound • Floor Covering • Wall Paper • Bath Accessories * Draperies "accessories • Woven Woods OWNERS: Winston & Judy Ph. 756-7230 CLASSIFIE FOR SALE: The Boy Scouts, Troop 39, will sell fire works at the American Legion June 28 through July 4. FOR SALE: Cucumbers, squash and pint...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

Page 13, THE PAPER, Wednesday, June 30,1976 MMjigEl ' v- : m-2 the luto 000 'wo up RECREATIONAL FOR SALE: Yamaha Livin 90. Good condition for $400. Call 796-2685. FOR SALE: Galastron 14ft. runabout; 40 h.s. Johnson motor, trailer and skis. Call 756-5165 after 7 o'clock. FOR SALE: Boys ten-speed bicycle, 24 inch for $50. Call 756-7206 or 756-5675. FOR SALE: TS 250 Suzuki trail & street motorcycle. Priced at '600. Real good condition. Call 796-4052. IT CAN BE MOVED R. F. CAIN HOUSE MOVING raising and foundation work winch trucks a wrecker service home ph. 706-4993 kildare, texas linden, texas Phone 756-5721 •v:-. FMST @ep$e Stow* Sate6 & Service CHAIN SAW SMALL ENGINE REPAIR SAW SHARPENING Complete Line of Parts & Products GENE BROWN Owner HWY 49 AVINGER. TEXAS 75630 FULLER SUPPLY COMPANY "The Home Of Greater Values" •Air Conditioning & C/H •Carpet •Plumbing •Electrical Linden, Tex. •Hardware 9Appliances Phone 756-5371 4 BIG J WESTERN STORE Hwy. 59 North Jefferson, Tex...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

Page 14. THE PAPER, Wednesday. June 30. 1976 -v V m * V Did You Know ? by fPrs. E. E. Wommack Mr. and Mrs. John B. Henderson spent the weekend in Nacogdoches visiting with their child- ren. Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford are the parents of a new baby girl. Amber Rebecca. She was born Saturday. Mrs. Crawford was the former Patricia Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. O'Neal Nelson were visiting in Dallas. Arlington and Fort Worth Friday through Sunday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton spent the week- end in Dallas as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hamilton. Mrs. Gene Woolley of Gladewater is the guest of Mrs. Roy Locket t this week. Mr. and Mrs. H.G. Early have returned from a vacation trip to Hawaii. Mrs. Scott Lewis. Stacy and Steve returned to their home in Midland. Monday, after a visit with Mrs. Lewis' parents. Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Haggard. Mrs. Mary Clopton went to Marshall Sunday, where she entered the hospital for eye surgery Monday morning. She was accompanied by...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

Page 15, THE PAPER, Wednesday; J|ine 30,1976 Fred and the Baptist aturday •etta N. onder- per and m. The us with Glenn truck tberson e Rev. 'hurch Must 'th the he ur- and ;pecial o the "or the also also ful in ghout °roup luties that ' was itives illen ewby s &■ A '? t History of Linden Courthouse m by Sandra Westbrook 4. * *. * * ONE NATION, I INDIVISIBLE "Be Americans. Let there be 110 sectional- ism, no North, South, East or West; You are all dependent one on another and should be one in union. In one word, be a nation; be Americans, and be true to yourselves." GEORGE WASHINGTON "Sale Now In Progress" MMMMMKMMMK ' T1 T* ~ ~ ~ T "V "T* ~ The Cass County Court House in Linden is the oldest Court House in Texas still in use today. Parts of it, that is having been remodeled and added on to several times. The first Court House, built out of lumber sawed by hand and hauled to the construction site by oxen, stood on the same location where the present Court House stands. A two story...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

Page 16, THE PAPER, Wednesday, June 30, 1976 Pondering It Over Happy Birthday By Vermeil Hall Uncle Sam The party was in full swing. There was music, there was dancing, and there was laughter. Food was piled high and the glasses were being raised, tipped and toast after toast was made. This was a special party, the guest of honor be- ing a special person. All were enjoying it to the fullest and anticipating it lasting far into the night. The ladies were dressed in their finest and their bejeweled gowns sparkled, as did their eyes. Every one was supposed to have a good time. The men looked elegant in their formal attire with vel- vet lapels. All felt important just being here. Someone missed the guest of honor and they all scurried around looking for him. They found him all alone in a corner looking not too well. He seemed a bit pale and a little shaken. "He's had too much to drink, poor thing," one said. "1 think he probably ate too much cake, said a- nother. "Maybe it is all the no...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

Page 17, THE PAPER, Wednesday, June 30,1976 *vU^*3HBBW .:«v>'''' ? •**2V &<v••♦'V>vV^$5?*■> •: < ***&*«**'> M-V« ~ LINDEN-K1LDARE DRUM MAJOR AND MARORETTES were chosen Ju LINDEN-KILDARE DRUM MAJOR AND MARORETTES were chosen June 1. They are: Drum Major, Kim Keesee; alternate Drum Major, Laura Taylor; Head Majorette, Lona Tidwell; Majorettes - Terressa Hagler, Michelle Hall, Beverly Miller, Janet Bowden, Peggy Surratt, and alternate Majorettes are Carolyn Hulme and Jamie Washington. These girls attended camp June 21-25 and are well on their way toward making this year's line one of the best. 1949 — fTlrs. Glover, Gladys Nelson, fTlaurine Nelson & Benny Benny's Dress Shoppe, the shoppe with style and personality, has been a promi- nent attraction to customers in Linden and larger cities throughout the countryside for 30 years. Benny's carries a complete line of sportswear, ready to wear and accessories to fulfill the customers' needs. Benny's since its re...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

Page 18. THE PAPER. Wednesday. June 30, 1976 "The God who gave us life, gave us liberty at the same time." TIIOlYIAS .JKIFIFIEIRSOW Thomas Jefferson was born in April of 1743 and served as our third president from 1801 to 1809. He drafted the Declaration of Independence, secure in his belief that all men were born free and equal. On our 200th Anniversary, we are proud to pay tribute to Jefferson along with the other millions of men and women who have given us this free nation. Reynolds Dry Cleaners 41 Years Serving The Linden Area IN THE HOSPITAL Atlanta memorial Hospital JUNE 15: Mattie Ruth Albright, Ruby Jones, and Benny Wayne Moore, Atlanta; Billie Bickham, Bivins; Larry Blaylock, Douglassville, Marie Harrison, Ida, La.; and William M. Elder, Linda Wages, and Archie Leion White, Queen City. JUNE 16: Earnest Benjamin, Queen City, and Nettie B. Griffin and Roy C. Woodruff, Atlanta. Lela Prator and Betty Jane Willis, Atlanta; and Fannie T. Young, Bloomburg. JUNE 18: Ollie N. Chapma...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

Page 19, THE PAPER, Wednesday, June 30, 1976 THE PAPER P.O. Box 492 Linden, Texas We've Grown!!!! IN STAFF J i •#- # r Sandra Westbrook REPORTER *• jftki& .cv. Jfc Kfm Derrick OFFICE Shelly Hall AD SALES Barbara Vise TYPESETTER IN CIRCULATION f* Linden Atlanta Queen City f Bloomburg f^fflcLeod Jefferson (^Naples marietta i^Texarkana v Avinger ✓Bivins t^Douglassville ANNOUNCEmENT No Paper The First Week After The 4th of July As The Nation Celebrates, So Shall We! Subscriptions STILL Vfe Price One-Year Reg. 95.00 NOW 92.50

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Paper — 30 June 1976

i I Page 20, THE PAPER. Wednesday. June 30,1976 Wstai Allen Brothers began their story of success in 1928 when Sloan Taylor and Monroe Allen pruchased the M.D. Givens store where Northside Pharmacy is now- located. Taylor and Allen orginally carried clothes and shoes and also stocked feed and groceries. In 1932, Taylor and Allen moved to the present site, and specialized in clothing and shoes. Sloan Taylor's interest was sold to the Monroe Allen who became president of the business, and Charles E. Allen joined the store as vice-president. Charles R. Allen joined the staff of Allen Brothers as secretary-treasurer in 1957. Allen Brothers began with three employees and today employs 20 persons. Since its establishment, Allen Brothers has had con- tinued growth and expansion. Stephanie Love, daughter of the Reverend and Mrs. Alvin Love, has been chosen to represent Linden in the "Hal Jackson's Miss Talented Teen" pageant on July 3, in Dallas. She will pre- sent a dramatic interpretation...

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