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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 17 February 1929

Page Six I Mm i * rft' VP "?ij,yfc.y s~~ THE ORANGE LEADER guncUy, F«h I?. 1929 ■* ■" I |J (Mill) PHONES ORtJBBS Reporter 4 and 38 Club and Local News Tterai for Thii Department Muit Be Received Before Noon on Publication Date Lenten Season is FASHIONS r.-ti-y'v.-v The opening of the Lenten season causes a slump in social activities which will last until the Easter holidays, at time the pleasure loving people who are observing Lent so I guess readers will have to content themselves with re- arts of club activities and a few socials where there used to a suggestion that will help us Society""page)""' jpMMSiS'TSfl!!!' "lliiS" Society Calendar MONDAY The ToMdur bridge cltib to the WomanVcluh to mm at the dltll nt 3 o'clock. Y, W. A of the Flm Baptist church to men nt the church nt 7 o'clock. ■ It. A. of the First Baptist rhiirfb to meet at the chnrdi. Dojifiw of Honor to meet lit the UMi# Imtl afc- 7 HO , q'.£|o«at. * \\. O. W. Mill nicel nt the WomIiiuiii hall at 7:30 o'clock. tmUAY T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 17 February 1929

W ■ r— I HSiH 1 H§ K ns ■^Sf^: * ' 4& ■ # *'■ scf•?tb\■ ■: DIFFERENCES IN ITALY THE ORANGE LEADER i t Connection With of Vernon Vowtb "* '■ ■ i:i ' ' Tux., Feb. t«,~~Tw« Oonahue aUd Bawl# ib, were in jail !>« r« tinl iv With muider in the 4*ath it -W^n. 21, while ortl- hi i )ym.> .1 effrey, charged the slaying. „«• «nd Williams w-vii- rtr- h«-r< ycsterdUy after WitMen's iv, .. ,fii'*<'« ll'oin a *v*• > <V- «xpi - ij Mew ftfaafl ~Vb the batik of a i i{,i« Hilltop. oil Held town Mt kV The <-h p«t* were again*! the three inn lilliir, |lr<- at I'l-mij II, C5. JawHtM \un\ 1 *-- ■ * •' .• yperMKi. IH Wound*. • ' ' ■ _ .i JjfaMWIj. >j lli«ll Ua Wil l iT.S.-J' * IS 4 WIWW a i, -■ jf.Pitij, ■/ In Attack On Mexican Train mbxico rnt \m>. t« HHIVI- ' vi rM of u t*ain attack: ij^ wbkrtt tt* many a* i!4 «r M may Jwnv* i i-frh «d Ytprtt rji route today ir Mwftcu , «4it> from YtK-ic^fM'", Mi- ho.n-.ui. t , twai wh«rf* the attack twemiri, • News of the attack l e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 17 February 1929

Page Eif Kt ETTA KETT THE ORANGE LEADER wtoBMBS A Trick That Didn't Click Sunday, Feb. 17, 1929 By PAUL ROBINSON WANT A INFORMATION ttilrty dls Insertion*, per word Three utwHfcitti, per word QM lum.Ttk.ii, pw word •«a4t* ««!**••.«.«• r« «♦• «* •#« * ♦******* . MCPfr *«irou ■ iw«o* TAX %S?oKrS.__ ' 1 igu«hd out 'mii j<iyt "rHRAu- CNB Tvtcnlol wyr , tiArr A twovi.il nil trdtm fur at tli 0 order to-Word Minimum Rates: W' W OlIO Tim# tkyM#.r.tirM t' fyi?f r Thrtc ttmum fli time* Thirty tiroes Ttuafeb 'rale* are tar eonawirtlw insertions only. Itftert lotiatake'WM5*ltotM> Wjjffi* V'T.,.' . nnd Cancellations (or tftaaatfted Advcrtbdnic to ruu "tf (TiB Forbidden) roust ta in writing;. So Char#* Atf«t iil : Ads order**d by telephone Mw I"'1 -"«* "tSSTfiS^^ OM,TVtOH tOO Mfcfth NOO E £**< "IHRCOSH * V A PCttMBW DA<h.iNG/l A*D I'M 'CferriH.fi. SO ilMO -TO HAlillNW HH f QpoMD ftv. M*VS HIH now uw '•rtvi few, ■"■#sao<s,\ wmi i>rte - 4- K*OVi'' . IV- TMBE M. KUWjrfc- mtH'toib W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 February 1929

m mmi$ w3*!mSSBm In Oman County, Hurt of Twm tunrtMrr, Rhw, OU, Fwat and tiiimrtMr mmlf* ptutmM* «•* , J*JM U* tff* tttf w WtA*. VOLUME XV. ORANGE, TEXAS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1929 NUMBER 469* llO ( I l • I .+ *♦ + ♦ + + + + *-■+ + *■+♦ + + * •'4* + + + ■fr + •{• + % . 4* 4* 'I* *i° *t° °i° 4* *i° aaauKiiua fflsrat# roug No Cl irges Have Yet Been Filed Against Ralston iford Who Is Being Held In Jail Pending Action Although no charges have yet been filed, iiulnton San ford, former Itank einpkivee, wa# being held in Orange eoun- Jly jail Monthly in connwdon with the misappropriation of $20300 in fundfiteioHMing uNth*' First National Bank of this . . .' ]'■ Ui inda was disclosed in an cijy. f T1k shortage in the bank'b annual audit of the accounts by the J. L. Block and Co., of RoimIAD. S:iiif(iul Ik about 2ii years <>f nine ami Ium baan an employe of the Ki r t National bank for the pool Hint' years. He came to Orungc from CuAUir. Ha gLatrMeiu hue beiru ! «<•« by. Matiford an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 February 1929

THE ORANGE" The ORANGE LEADER ASSOCIATED r ES« MEMIiBH Published afternoon* (except on Asrrurduys) and Sunday morning at W front street by the or*ug« leader Publishing Company, enter- ed Orange, Texiu, PoatoIWce as Sec- ond Clans Matter. Subscription •> Itatca One Month „ k soc PlW Y9** ,.,.fr00 Advertising rate* will be furnished upon application Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in column* of The Leader will bogladiy corrected upon it* being brought to attention of publisher*. SAVING OF A SACK Thomas A. Edison has panned his .; -.pwilWb^Oiiats-1—are the say- iWt utakV-VW of Menlo I'ttiK. " " jpanger* of iht IncrcMlng atock I have found over 1C00 plant* to produce rubber and ahmrt 40. at them w| be cultivated on n large "" partner asked to be permitted to turn- state's evidence And tell the etor>' of crime within end without the court. — ' . Byron Fltts, a former Texdn ,1* the prosecuting at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 February 1929

1 , WBm* uqp-w*** HRP^BISMWPPilWWB'SfBISSfRBI^BTO^w■ ',r!,-^™:::ii:y':^:~' TH& ORANGE LEADER v ipiS5teiafr 11 mm ■ ■ . .. > ... .... . .■ . ^.v,;.•'•/.• ]1 T, , . Y/-': ' ' '*T''-^.PW >f i.'■'■■■ >"" •', . ^'U-,s.-f <\ •«-• ••••*'." :n' (Miss) ANNIE GRUBBS Society Reporter PHONES 4 and 38 mmmmmmmmmmrn ■ imi 111n■ in aiixii mi Items Us }7iM for This Department Mnit Be Received Before Noon on Publication Date mSBm / r. MISS STAKES HOSTESS To,i>rrnEss ctra \ Members of the I>uchess' club ■were entertained by Miss trma Stake* Baturdny evening ftt hett hom,fe, 80S Eighth street, A color scheme of pinls and grreen was nuecessfully carried out In th« decorations at this time. _..; A brief business session was held at which time the members made ... arrangements to have thei^* pornpa- tfent club rooms at the homo of Thosnasine Howell on Park avenus. A delightful social hour followed" the business session with bridtre vvand danclnp forming a diversion for ttje guests. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 February 1929

111 • n u f i v if- IT W*^Tf BE LONG NOW IIIUI WORKS HARD Interscholastic League Schedule Announced J;J^Sloiiday Noon f Bate ball teams from the school# ;in the county Interscholastic league .will meet in an elimination series at ■■'West End park, beginning at 9 o'clock Saturday morning, .March | '9th, according to a bulletin sent to county -sctVinls , from the offices of 'Mi.m Allie Bland, county achool su- perintendent. The finals in " the Ijfcamen will he played pit two weeks Competition in spelling, essay, muHlc memory, reading, writing and arithmetic will be held at Ctirtis itchopl beginning at S o'clock ,Satur- S ,day: March 18th. . Contenders in declamation. de- o* mporan«ow o'clock Friday evening, Mgrch'TST Track and field events will be >un off on the following day,_J3 l- Ut'duy March. 2Jrd at West End park "The. ijfaf up tor Hue lost Caach Country man expfectS to reduce his squad to working «i e within a very short time. The first cut te expected within tjH' hfext week ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 February 1929

JURE FADING BLUE LINE Death WipesOt#A lother PQitQfG, A- B. 1 '■* ii' . 1 11 —* By B. W. BARRY Mtociated Press Staff Writer .UST1N, Feb. 18.—The big offon- i of the 41st legislature is at fiU. Tho-graiid rush to pans hun feds of .'bills , before 6iHe die "ad •nment, only three weeks remov- is about to start. Some S00 are on the*, calendar in the use. and there remain only 17 yrittnu flays of the regular session, the legislators labor on Washing- i'« biniduy and Saturdays, lieutenant Governor Barry Miller ' senate and Speaker W.~Sr In the house have taken stampede which might result in > passing hurriedly of scores of rflsures which under leisurely con- | ©ration might be kept from the <tutc'. books. .• Speed Fiuish for 'to ■iffieir iviffimai work: wlth~rF tr"""„ ^ali'lU'ji fi ii_, Rgasi(6 iance and a "eKIirac tensile" up at top speed. This legls- Kitre Is no exception to the rule. [ anything, R got off to' a" even the and and •a. Night sessioM wilT weak in. the house. ... Jhe ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 February 1929

,:. - mm® IPS THE ORANGE LEADER ■'."'(•-W.W,- «™, HP# ETTA RETT kt n^P ; WANT AD INFORMATION Bmmi Yhlrtj Insertions, per word . Mi inacrtlons, per word ] y+ey * «« <>—ay Three Insert ions, per word One insertion, per Word • Discount: |0% Discount on all orders pnld for at time order la given. Vooca CAD GoT A-BCGK OH ~tvae wewo v^tm ^ <iar r vaAn.-WA— hop ow L HE^C AUD^ttfrTVte" GOPK5COUS OOCrOFS.TW^T CMtlO l* HIM UP' On* Time ... Three times Six tiroes ... ••••■• •••••••*••< r •••VS i WM . ml 20c .....OOC —70c , , — I"'"'"^^^S'.'™*'W'"""* ■' rates .are -foe—consecuUye Insertions only. Ir- Insertions take onc-tlroe rate. Wders nd P«nrwll«fl n« for Claaalfled Advertising 1~ HB^VS6V to run "tf" (Till Forbidden) roust bo In writing, No Charge Account*: by telephone are accepted from persons ihone or city dlrctory on-memorandum retUrn for this courtesy, advertti«r to expected to remit promptly. Cloalng Time: Want Ada accepted until IS «■ m. for the- current dHy amlO p. « ., H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 February 1929

Arrested Here Saturday in Connection With % Misappropriation of $20,300 in Funds Belonging To First National Bank rt n Is tun Snnford, former employe or tlw Flint National bunk or Or- ange, Jielil on 11 charge in connec- tion with tile embezzlement or WO,- 300 or the bank's funds. was placcd miller a $10,000 bond following n preliminary hearing held before lulled States Commissioner C. E- Ppol In BtMliluuiit, Tuesday. The former hank employe w%s ta- ken to Beaumont' under custody of United States Marshal Abernathy. Ho had been held In county jail lure since his arrest by members of the sheriff's department late Sat- urday night. Shortage in the hank's funds was discovered by J. L,\.;Block & C°o Houston auditors. In a statement made during the preliminary hearing Sanford la re- ported to have told of methods used in "covering" the hanking InsllWi- tlon'y books. . .... Sanford had been an employe of the bank for the past nine years, coiTiIng here from Center. C.0FC. HOLDS PEPPY PA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 February 1929

■1 .•; •< . i 'l/;'",, r/siift - ;>v 1 ' m I! * I W!> ymtxs r:W 1 f FAnFR lJu/il/LJV ASSOCIATED ptgaa MEMBER .. Published Afternoons (excopt on Saturdays) and Bundaymornlng at 6P3 Front Street .fijr' the Orange Leader Publishing Company, 'enter- ed prang*, Texas, Postoffice as Sec- ond Claes '!■ v^'- Subscription Rates Ono Month ..-_60c Oiie Year ;......„_ «.00 isfied Advertising rotes will be turn; ?r' "'■'..''upon «PPHcation Any erroneous refleet'iort' upon the character, standing or reputation of nay person. Arm or corporation which may appear in columns of Leader will be gladly corrected |upon as being brought to attention FWRK OP DEMOCRACY" jftCPyr^lejpt Louis Ludlow of Indi- ana i a democrat. He was clected —frwrr-ttni IffrtttrmnrntiR district viTTTcti" ...a jflrg^. rcjuaiilcu n Keyes af Los Angeles wor national !•**♦-Nl - a prosecutor of or„r.(nala. He hetd high office and he held high his head.: Now he Is oil the way to the penitentiary. A jury convicted him of havi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 February 1929

I• I vi^i a xt -v. ; 1 i NGE LEAD «S •Nf ?^*SS',v-" • ' ' ' — —■ mm mm '< \ 1 -, • v - ' ■ '' ''t1*' A ' ' l~-n Cp"> 4 and 38 '1 1 '• '• V a Journey"), l« on expreasion rteslg nntinsr the ministering of Holy Com- munion to one on.t.ha point of death. rf~ , HPfPPi;, accord,lng to arl announcement Hsi sued by the secretary this rooming, il ■ ■j- In May and .lutse Immoino shoals of mackerel ure to be found round the British * coasts. aratlon SHAKESPEARE DEPT. OP ROMAN'S CLtTB MEETS The Shakespeare -ijepftrtment of the Woman's club met>t.S:80 p. m., Monday at the club house. ^Miss Epsle Young: was leader on "this occasion In the absence of Mm. H. H. WomacU. Act 1 of "King Lear" was the subject -of. .study' and quotations from same were used In reply to the roll call. Study from the lesson featured a round table discussion on "Different Allusions in the Act," "Is Disaster to Lear Seen by Cordelia?" "Probable Date of the Play." and "What is Meant by Precious Square of Sense." , T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 February 1929

«ge Four I club manager 'M Has No Prediction* To MakeConcerning Pen- nant Chase NEW WKK, Fob. 19.—John Mc Jtiraw, about to start his twenty Hj'"telghth 'jraur an manager of tj * New York Giants, has no prediction# to nrnKc^jritysut^ winning hU> eleventh ponM#|t wit" fee .look* for a ' "tight r«ee with the GlsntalW there. Th* Olattis ww "in th^re"l.M« ' (.trklcis, uttil not a few crltlca predlbt they VH1 le&dlfce chase this season, jevon though rh - Chicago Cuba are expected 10 start us favorite* fur the • brut Umewtttce the Any* at- the jieer- | ' l< M leader, Frank Chance. iifiw/'jittiputouiW un the kWWI «r -jrmniTtt MlctMiKI Ir-foTttfahrrf—t>j—Kpstt Hornsby. ''But the Pirates ami the i ©iodine Is win have to he floured on ..KULttHfiJCllUk .jURftS:, ~^tr--TmT!mrrrmiir-jrpwTr'*wrrirBWfi':'"'t""' , Second base and the outfield arc I about '"the—enly problems McOraw ' ha to solve whith "he- - t|h} rcharge ot his- men at San Antonio, probably the early port of next week. B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 February 1929

PV^V;'■;"'■■ ' -. \'.vW'.,. ' ; ■'. -'■> •■ :''" ■,"'"7 ^5',>''-. ' t| 1 IlE|,^> INCREASE FARM ACREAGE IS PREDICTED Champion Farm Agent Organize® Ten New Clubs In Orange County «r 111111 (' There will bo. an &pi>rerlable !n- <t«jukg In thy truck and cot ton nore- umi In Orange county this bouho". accordlhB to R. R. Morrlnon, oounty «K«nt. Morrison hit* reorganised the,ten club« In the county uml.-r iitan Which ^ealgnal!n8 them "MH^-faga^cfOtw wffH • IK® Vari- ous members lit-lny permitted- to tako up any kind ot agriculture, stock and poultry rtUnlng they miKht elect. ■ ''' - —.t IHP «*'! TrgT- - |innliK'U>Hv- of corn in—t>hio ' 40 I.iukIh'1* to the acre, iu,i.d Marshall uouKes 176.Si bushels from each _acEg of hlti' farm. i«i t season be i?:. Funeral Service# Held For Mrs. Russell Tuesday ~—TXuttT •^escrr^ -H>tHt' iWii«-~iwaJl_;;iV,ll:L|.4mt -Uu-cam3CdWtyjL.YSair.r, bo a very cToffft Htseuml to,,-in JaA*arS-i.v.. ■with eucumbers, turnij?* inu5?ard and sw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 February 1929

SW ;:3'. rJ' THfe'ORANGE LEADER WAN* AD information RMNI \'*>L Jma# IviMAftli IAVIII MMkiyl J r— V i uiri-j iiiwwiiiiiif ■ |*sr woni « «ix . to«ettton«, |** wowl .7. Three Inwitlont, p«i,"wwr* Om insertion, per word MMmuii 10% Dtaoount on all order* paid for at time ord«r mi _ . Id-Word Minimum Hatee; Hires tlm> Sis tlines TOe Thirty timea Tlteae rate* are\(or wuhwuiIto intHMfJoua -only, Ir- regular ln*ertions tako one-time rut*. t- " Order* and Canmiatlons for (.'lnwlfh il AdvertlsluK J*tT (fsw jfrnjrttlftew) must ItB Mn writing. a&CraftSfgJ Ad<t ordered by telophon* are accepted Horn prtnuwn lifted In the telephone or rltjK,dlrclory on raettmrtUidum charge only. In return for tlflu courtesy, advertiser 1* expected to remit promptly. CkMlnji Time; A.lw accepted mitll la n. Wy foi Saturday for SwiidayZMi lul li Iiw \ for tlie current Cauce natlou* ■ Mm f< « lnni(^ or «IfKConnnne it (Tver nenttr -for the current clay's l*sue run not lie tnc«pi<.«l 11 «>• n . All...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 February 1929

; : :••■ :;:_ ■ v , " ■'# *>*• Tho onlf Newspaper Puhllahcd In OnuiM County, Uwrt '0 tho Hout beast Tdmi lAunber, Rlee, Oil, Farm an«l Induxtrtul Empire. VOLUME XV. f; - WMATNKH «l<>i «ly occasion*! rnln ami T*pm1m - % ariuerl " I.Wil ID tmli won tn ««« to ea-tf; wind*. ■ '•** ;JI IRP ORANGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. FEB. 20, 1929 NUMBER -m- Only Two More Jurors Needed In McCIosk« Trial; Congressman-elect Charged' With r FIRST PHOTOS FROM MEXICO ASTORAL MET DEATH weggw1.1 ■: ?•WE iLW-f $ mffi: " m -lear-wia School Boy- Has Not Been Seeil Since Tuesday Mot ning; • Fear '— Feb. 20. AUSTIN, tliaappt I'SM't I'lohkcy § MRS. KERSHNER IN CONCERT HERE TONIGHT roitgrefiHjiiaii t'itH t Angn*tu« .T, Mc? k trial or* m a licking vote emountc to return to hin home Tuesday iiigltt. Jt'sHic, a stutU'iit at Curtis hc1hh>I, left hi* liana? at 7:3U ' o'clock Tuesday luornlim pmtimabl)' to attend hi* classes (hut day and lias not returned. It wan discovered after investigations early today thut th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 February 1929

WkMt wBfWSSH |H, i'i. "i'i'iii nl m'i i to M KMItKtt IWIHII.I III.' Ill — iifterimons (except • on Attd Sunday morning at M Street by the Orange • Publishing Company, enter- ra&ee, Texan, Psidofrico as Sec- C'lM* Matter. mmm v,Vas- wfiirwHiKiili• -•. MI ... ....mp. jhpihMMM One Month Mcf*™' rtong *t a urmllV Advertising fates will be furnished V. 4upon application ~ i. , ' ' ■■ ■ L ■! I "■ 11 . HI' I ■ Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of Any person, firm or corporation which way appear In column* of The Leader will be Kindly corrected upon its being brought to attention Of publishers, PLYING, ItKai'LAK NES- " WON PASSING p| Tim* 1* flying- Regular session dar« aro passing. Public. utility leg- islation I* In the Air- Stat*' high- way legislation la in the glf. ■Pen- itentiary locution I* In the alt. Edu- ' , *« '' ..A* , ■''• :J"• i. *""*,'i' .cation legislation 1h creeping along. This la to remind tile people of Texas that the four big pointy ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 February 1929

v ■ "iiSI ■ ■ I V rhH 5^111 r- 'mk # \mm aW • '"w"> fe 'Mm -'•'V : • • .V' vtl/- c'o Iit fx. THE ORANOI LEADER Page Thrss 2 T7-/* ,' Ptjiiu./M m 111'H *■ B80K IS Itemi for This Departro lln« Be Received Before Noon on Publication Date -'.v.,..* . (Hill) ANNIE GRUBBS Society Reporter PHONES • ' 4 and 38 BAPTIST BOVS CLVB HOLD MEETING MONDAY The R. A, Boys of the First Bap- tilt ohurch met #t 7 o'clock Mon- day at tho church with ihtelr lead- er, Mrs. E. H. Smith. The mission lesson "Please Stand By." was t8TjSmw'"by Mrs. Smith. There were 12 members present. The boys will meet at Anderson school next Monday afternon at 3:30 o'clock. - \ * SOCIETIES POSTPONE ENTERTAINMENTS Out of respect for and • In memory of a beloved member .three local or- ganizations postponed irteetirtga • ,.to have been held Yesterday and to- day. The " Tuesday bridge club, sched- uled to meet with II rs. Will Coyle at 8. o'clock Tuesday afternoon, the Delphian society which was to "have met with p rs7 Tf^Bn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 February 1929

Be Played In ymnasium m m & :WM 3 \wm ii ,.KC.K STATION, Texas, gpi? ,20.— ilftjnlttii-# of the fourteen litgh school case teams that will partici- pate in the '.tBtersoholasUi; league litnto (hfimjilonsni^ tburnrtmont at £z & m, March 8 9 w>U Play 'j ne of ihoTS large*! and be.-^t equipped gymna- ife lu tlv- southwest. according to. e* i manager ^rjgififet^Kirsc -v*— •*** • The .basketball court ofi which all Jat . the gahiea"-of this tournament 1 S will ho plta'yed Is of maximum size nil llii' floor 1h pryUably the best Want Qld System FORT WORTH, Fob. uo- The an- nouncement .that the foohtall game between Te,xu« ChrUtlunWttlverslty M«ihofll t university nujpt year -will be played on tin: Saturday rolliiwlTtji^rhank sg I vi n g In- stead Thursday^ « ha«V|>«W M| tb* «um in the past.'has caused a; great deal of comment on the l'ur-1 phi campus. The plan ha* met with approval; ■Itam- tt|jfW... Uideala atfj.favtMlJyil JJ members. It la understood, however, that the plan ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 February 1929

hs „;JS1 1 s^Wt D Sfl mm nw ti May Try For Run Record YORK, Feb. lfc.—Pnavo Itriril h subeen invited to h-y his nd at establishing a- new running for one hour t. the New County American l>j?ion meet the 102nd Engineers Armory on Wry 27. |The present record for one hour's nning was set at 11. miles, 1442 rds by Jean Bouin of Prance in |13 in Sweden, Nurml has ex- the opinion that he can cov- at least 12 miles and possibly bre. If he accepts the invitation" Je Legion meet extended to him liS"planned to obtain use of inter- ^lejfiate A. A, A. A- banked track, nsldered th« Caateat indoor track |'the country. BASKETBALL k,t New Haven,. Conn. Pennsylva- 28, Yale 20. |Charlottesville, Pa. IT. ot Vlrglrit- 46, Marshall college 32. lAustni. Texas 57, Baylor 23. [Norman, Okla. Washington U. Oklahoma 18. |Pittsburg, Kas. Pittsburg Teach- 19, Washburn 28. . iMprigfleld, Mo. Warrensburg Ohers 3X, Springfield Teachers si. iFotf Worth. Rice 28, T. C. U. 27. |St. Paul, Minn. St. Olaf 42, Sffc- s...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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