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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall News Messenger — 27 June 1948
MR. ALONZO MORRIS P.O. BOX 507 LINDEN. TX. 755b.! Linden to Observe 100th Anniversary With Lively Four-Day Party By JAMES MOYERS LINDEN - This city's 100th an- niversary party, after months of preparation and planning, will start today. It's to be quite a party. Not a stiff and formal tea party, but a down-to-earth tvuir-day affair with lots of square dancing, bronc-bust- ing. hand shaking A lot ol people are going to meet a lot of people they haven't seen in a long time. Linden and Cass County will be exhibited with a great deal of pride to the visiting dignitaries Linden ites have -pared nu expense to make the party the best Linden has ever seen. mey've even talked other Cass County cities into cooperating. At- lanta. for instance, one of Lin- den's most bitter rivals, has gone all-out to help their sister city stage the shindig. Linden has come a long way since 1S48 but for four days Lin- den people are going to eai and bieathe the way their foreiathers did in 1848. HOMECOMING DA...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall News Messenger — 27 June 1948
26 MMJWMT NtP\V« Mpisrvcek Miss Bellamy Is C/eo Dawson to Appear Here Shower Honoree Clco Dawson, noted author and lecturer, will be presented here Tuesday. July 6, at 9:45 o'clock in the morning at the Woman's Build- ing in a review of current Broad- way pla>s, with special emphasis on "Mister Robert". This will be Miss Dawson's third appearance in Marshall. She re- viewed her own best-seller novel. "She Came to the Valley", and the Broadwa> hits current in 1944 and 1945 for her second presenta- tion here. Her program is sponsored here I the City Federation of Women's " ubs Tickets are priced at 60 cents and are being sold by fed- e ated club women, Long-Recknag- , Drug. Mahuiie Music Shop. K oun Music Store, and (he Star Cleaners. Mrs. J. L Boyd, Mrs. McAllen Guests Feted at Picnic Members of the Nell Williams Sunday School Class of the First Methodist Church entertained with picnic Wednesday evening hon- ing Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Pirtle d family of McAllen, who have , t-en vis...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall News Messenger — 27 June 1948
FOR SALE 57 Wanted to Buy WANTED U S E D Furniture For Highest Cash Prices CALL 4371 HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY CO. 213 N Bolivar RENTALS 60 Apartments Furnished TWO ROOM ftimUhm apartment C'o.-e in Electric refrigerator To wording coujne only Telephone 26 " RENTALS Ji' Wanted to Rent REAL ESTATE FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 75 Lots for Sale Mm- v l I \ t'WS \| hSSEN'GS" 74 Houses for Sale COOL nvo room furnished apa-t- merit, electric 'efnceration. bill* paid Dial CI 40 or 096 THREE ROOM tarnished apartment newly decorated Close in Ccuple 1 Phone 5810. Par tially furnished apart men: in I/..-. ..te« bedroom, kitchen b-.t'u No bill* -aid $30 ■ pe I D Rattsheck a Co rwo ROOM furnished apart me: > ouple only Mrs. C F Boone, 11 j NICE LARGE three rco::: apartment, ■<: unfv. ttt-:.tv. Preiei co .pie Mrs T E Sartain. 14Ub North TWO ROOM furr.l-i ed apartment, bill? paid. Call after 6 pm at 211 ROOM 58 Boats and Motors A REAL STEAL' Solid mahogany SPEED BOAT- MOTOR AND TRAILER Complete w th ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall News Messenger — 27 June 1948
12B M \u5nall News Messf.ncer MARSHALL texas Huey s Brother Earl Ups Taxes 50 Per Cent to Finance Promises NAVY HAS A HEART BATON ROUTE, La. .1* — Lou- isianians v-'ho learned about bis programs of public benefits and quick leulslative action under the late Hue: P Luna have just had another lesson tiom his brother. Within a month after Gov Earl K. Lont: took office. Louisiana's tax- es v ere increase^ about 50 per- cent and collection of about $200,- 000 in new revenue a day was started under emergency proced- ure Ciiiv. Long led his faction to vie- to; at the polls after eight years ii: the political doldrums He prom- is,.! increased old age payments Now the legislature is at work on appropriations. One legislator took the floor to urge administration leaders and the finance committees not to let the sweet lag too far behind the bitter "What ve need." he said, "is some medicine to soothe the ; wounds left by the taxes this house i lias voted." I The old age assistance bill has come...