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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 February 1929

T% i' ai^'iSm '"'.v. * ~"* "f fS*#* C ■, • $ i^Rj; ,'■ ,-' '«t'' J*t> W W>lAj, 4hU*V "■kfti* Ml RHRRllHiRlill.^ .,„JHI THE ORANGE LEADER rr—in m, ■! -i MB WmM a .' J' '.i. i" ETTAi^rr * By PAUL ROBINSON - . i.'C WANT AD INFORMATION. -\ .- .':. "' Ratal: \ ~.A Vlilrty Insertions, per wor<l ''■iiim'jinjiTt"irt i f- *'"p'i'tr *"— .Si* insertions, per word ... — Three Insertions, per wonl — One Insertion, per word 4 — Discount:' lOJt Discount on all orders paid for St tlinorowler IO-Word Minimum Rates: One Time 2®c Three times — —BOc . ....70c : ::3®?. j:oo pti list Noo 'View Bsr iM A ttORPM to Ger mr \Hfm AwdWfcR. Gotr HALL— ^daddn-J I'M \OOfl DOCTOR AHO m RE"s>PoKsii^i-e fQR NOOR HEALTH-SO I CAnY t&B ViVN t +Afe>Vt | \ \i( BE- CLARtFOL *ih> tctan in Tvu* smm S \ \ are for consecutive Insertions only. Tttons titke one time Hate. Orders and Cancellations for Chusslflcd Advertising to run "tf" (TIH forbidden) must he In writing.- No Charge Accounts: , i ordered kjr ...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 February 1929

; . . - . v. s y,;~7 ■'"? . 'Jjfe'.'i T.TT^Mn:if"; "i* f 1 ' • ': .' .r ' . "■■ r wpsf P -iW*S ';•••• • •> • , .L MOT '>: W i '■ jW 1 .'• I EV IT v.... .. ■? "'ir® '*.:r. ;"rrw?rV ^amma 13# laBliMijiiiiffiMw< The Only Newspaper Pttbltahed lit Orange County, Heart oH Uoj Southeast Texas Lumber,' Hioo, Oil, Farm and Industrial Empire. 4 VOLUME XV. I- f'. '- ;?j?- . '.V~ y ■ AtVlf j'.'i- . jmgi:;™ j£;' < ■ I rfy>Vrv- - -«^ - - J- . hi Keyes To Make Appeal of Case To Higher Court ORANGE, TEXAS, THURSDAYrFEK 21, 1929^ HOLD WOMEN IN SLAYING OF FIVE BABIES • V: ' '>.7' V " "Murder Map" Found In Detroit Gangsters ■ grraiiMsatftt^^ LOS ANGELES," Feb. 21.—Ann former district attorney of Los' A uncles county, toddy foil back u|>on his second. lino of defense,, an appeal .to a higher court in 'hi* • fight* IS 1-KCiUK*isetU:«U!fi_-ot;pjHj.ta |>«W tentiairy. * ■ ■ « . Keyes and Kd Rosenberg, one of bin tru-defendnnts in tho recent ■bribery-conspiracy trial bore, .were i« B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 February 1929

*.'£>'iLSI'* ./ 1(8$'MM THE ORANGE. LEADER PW'M^Pfir 'a — (GE LEADER ASSOCIATED PRESS M KM BE It *! -- Published afternoons (except i n Saturdays) and/- -minday morning at 60S Front Street Ijy the Orange leader Publishing Company, enter- ad Orange, Texas, Psatofflee as Sec* ' Olid Class Matter,;:.''"-;; Subscription Kate* On# Month ; ;60c < .oo OMiToarg Mt'wWwOM <W**> imXm ?£ Advertising rates will be furnished upon application , Any erroneous reflection upoh the 'character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation may appear in columns of Mider will be gladly corrected H„ :J*!8 J*"'*? brought to attontlon mwmm SPEAKS ON ; HHISTI.\N SCIENC K COMMITTEE ; .>■' ,. Mr- P'HI speaks for the Christian £$ence looinmlttee on publication TEXAS NEWSPAPERS HAVE A i ; SACRED IIIFTV to PERFORM ^Texas newspaper*} huvi? a sacred duly to perform." remarked Lynch Davidson of ' Houston, a fornjer ■ ntute senator au<^££ lieutenant-governor. ■J'Elrnt it is criminal tb ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 February 1929

I I M I I ] 'wm ' ' . « : , ' i hk8*II&[*3 ill m ..MP, , \. : '. !'J? ' V V j,*> X ' W'& }&smWESB mmz .'■ \ ."' .' -v THE ORANGE LEADER 9R$w !i®PS®g£K® ■miaMMaMMHaMMM i - jf (Miss) Society Reporter ANNIE GRUBBS Items for Thi* Department Must Be Received Before Noon on Publication Date H" ■ "■* •'v PH027ES (•,!". • 4 and 38 — JBg WB._ VHSSk-:'- mmrn 'ro present -- . i momk TAUHKT flay The Mtudents of Anderson sehool are sponsoring a play "Afobuy San of Old Japan," and wshetwuaiii are well underway- The oi£st conwlHts of 00 girls .froth''the Anderson HChtlol etudent body. Mrs. Ray Stratum I director of the cha/aetern and Mrs. Robert Dlllard h« charge of the- Wu^te,;-.,-M]sfi Mary Sandlln will be director if the- costumes, while art features of both costumes and h(uk^ will be under the direction of Mrs. Helmer Herri nifton. . -1- Many henntlfuWy- 4Sti9red scene* "will ;t e iealiired^ fOW.F'ff "an*' comedy- will be furnished by "Aunt Jlaradise" from "Ole VlrRinny," "her q...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 February 1929

m&m pf '/ f-°1 ,HnP^ljlfflf SPPff' ' i ?f" PINNING CLUB Only Eight Veterans To Report March 1; Hold High Hope. RS«I •r Ily UARKT-. tJXHJBY '/ I Heet>itl-New« Sport* mm.; y i f Written l< ir tti. ^twujelated frees WtCHl$A e.UJf. Tex., Fob. 31, <- The HjAi'blcin j/i,- oiling tbell giov** iUt4 sytndM«U «rlrfc their bate, ■ •- UtahInt. rru.i;. foi yprltifc -training. llttil rit'cWTiDT 1 |><sjiuaiit' IS® ty - Ik ■KipH w.«i i«K medicine. | , Wi tnu Fall* i Iu m have the win- ning habit. The 1928 campaign win be no exception. THf iHfm:i'i:llMK nf tlie IDJK nun '':v : •• i.\m My m!*?? : .. ncre. .Marvh , , t*aihiKU. - Bui the I 4t\ fsVersU' tfrwpH An indicate* I the 8pu<l tiers uinK to be the wrnc tuughlttds ■mm- mmrwranymrr^rm- known worth are listed They are (9«ur«e Payne «nd Milt 8teen#rafe. |i \3pM<l4er b«l'lover . and Hal Wiitae, the W«ihpi w acquired from the St - -L Brown*. Squad of 19 Players Reported For Var- ' sity Practice . .\l'#ri,\\ Teak*. Feh. ?l.—t'r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 February 1929

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 21 February 1929

t,.< •* £$2£&: THE ORANGE LEADER ETTA RETT By PAUt ROBINSON WANT AD INFORMATION ■ RMMi Milrty insertions, per word ..... ..80e (ilx Insertions, per word 1c Three Insertions, per wor l ftc, t? One Insertion, ■ per word Discount: 10% Discount on nil older* imld for at time order la given. ■ ' -*©-Word Minimum Kates: One •f|iS'"P. - - a*t' Three tlwes JWIe Six time* Thirty time* These rate* are lor consecutive Insertions only, lr- rejtulitr Insertions. take one-time rale. Orders and Cancellations for Claaslfled _. Advertising to ran "tf" .(TW Forbidden) TnwSTheTn writing. No Charge AccouuU: Ad* or«lerc<l by telephone are weepted from pei«ons listed in the telephone or city diretory <>n memoriindum —-^charge only. iagctum_for tills courtesy, advertUer to I'M fi«Ort£ AUD GOT f\ DAT"E-V<WKr/\Pt.Cr FOfi! A NOMtE THOT \V I^eev^'eru vte sn- out-"we - EVENlHCa PX to remit promptly. .. -•P"*.:/lL,.W«nt Ada accepted *ntil 14 <i. nu for. the current day and 0 p. m.. KAturd*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 22 February 1929

8 i IK M| P Only Newspaper Pabllabort In Orsnjw County, Heart of Uw tlicast Tkni inAtr, IUo«, OH, Farm and Industrial Empire. Fair, mir no to ittmt tonlEbt. fVM y 7"""' r Number TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1929. VOLUME XV. ORANGE, COLD WAVE IS SWEEPING OVER iSsfe n "Portion Country In Worst Snow highways" closed ''4 ":->'sa sM |! ' vv \x0M ■■M 11 By Wintry Blasts NEW TOrtK, Feb. 22.—Aft*)? n belated visit of winter the *iui«rn portion of tho country today was floundering out of the worst snow- storm of the season. The storm, sweeping in on a north cant wind, spread a thick covering of snow from Maine to the Carolina* u ml west word to the Mixidsntp.pl val- ley. .Severely low temperature*were -tttwnWfaHtn many sections. The death* of 12 persons, injury to several others, and numerous mi' nor accidents were attributed to the snow and cold, Bhipitfg was ham- pered ad railroads schedules dis- rupted. '' A fall of--'seven Inches brought out the ,, maximum now fighting forceJti New Yor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 22 February 1929

wmsk a rffe irf t ''"'mmi;! PwMwiiteMaiiM i-> afternoons t except en lUMl Sunday morning at ont Htmt • Mrap|i>>' Qfmm Publishing Company, Wjif* TtfXM. 'Pofttofflcio as Ssc- M u i. w& Subscription 11a to* J"¥ L. ■* «n W-.«« * « ratas"Wlil application bs furnished r. Wi reflection upon the Her, standing or reputation of ms. fwawft. firm or corporation ?*w h may appear-'m ft Th- Leader will l - gladly corrected upan its huln# brought to attention of publishers. —- in'finn i n>n !■■!! imm iiiigwjtgg^aBMSl tipiE Trri^ is ijv m w New it U announce,! (hut the joint committee on the Te*a«-Oklaho na boundary wW not make its inspec- tion trip until utter the .present aes- .tep<y ed. Senator Walter <\ Woodward. :t member of the Texas commfMee. Ihe ]trMi4t«t and the If the ssftte and house of is per. lie must have Keen asleep nt the political switch. <v$ It was it grand republican victory when Tesas landed In the republl (MM column And"Senator Ixiveshould he given all h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 22 February 1929

w J. V- '* , ■ -V'i. tm SSSw -T--T-2 ; r rniTiTllTfllTlTlTrt tyfmiri Miirn SOCIETY DEPARTMENT TSLRrilON* HO. II •*Th ♦+ ♦« IMI mfe/ .. . MIW. OVXSTOSAM ............. evtkrtainh circle Circle No. On# of the First Bap- tist church met with Mrs. C. A. Gfunstroam at'j o'plofek Thursday afternoon at her famine, '712 Seventh street with 11 members present. Devotional reading waa. Jed by Mrs. W. A. Gunning/ Mrs- E. Har-. old.Smith, recently mndo teacher of th an, interesting ios- of "Job" in story form. A delightful social hour followed, the lesson. , Mrs, R. C. Marsh will «ntertaln the members of this circle -BWfitlilSv I as iSfSs -Axi I .0 F5j I I 11 1 MW"fenA7S'rM 1IOSTKS8 to BAWtai OIICLE SO. 2 Circle No. 2 of~"thB First Baptist church met with Mrs. T<. P. Brnnum, 12)2 Ninth street* at 3 o'clock on Thursday §|temoan with eleven ■ :£~ 11 fTTmrmrr-w Mrs. Branum taucht' fin Interesting lesson on the Itdok of "Oenesls." Those present at this meeting were: MeSdames O. C. Strickland,- <...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 22 February 1929

Hv's !'v. mm. ggy lit} havift* <SHd \%3f SOT s li ylfl* la* JCovember of W. """"#, 58, Myiii. |>OKtir>HStcr. returned it* 'y#rdh t late **w#7 I uU^,m* wufip "438Etofc^lwNtiEflHi '■j5 ySiki-tl i'v .-i/ii'. i«k i ' v: •" •• • (y*:.1 "r, ,<P? 1 : " ■ - -- ■•• kitiiaaKayjt^^.. i:-;v;>x siikid&iy. * m OB our 1 wlmton dl-pliij. JOK " ABfO SON.• Ince Diredfi^J another Great ^ ^ Underworld ThrillerJ Bringing to theatre-goers lie irfut * escapades -.of New Yofk's .derwwM.W'wni*1' Streets ~*T Uaa—ter, FBO .1 omen at the Strand theatre ou |urdt<y.-"acuotijttlpo an announce- >nt mailt' today by the manuftc- ^ Lli«. ulayhouw. )e cMt. directed by celubrtrted ictor, is eft Id t« be one of t he iM portrayalK of the- MetrOptxll- _ underworld yet screened. t The theme t f the story revolves •und 'a Jfiantfipr and popular ao- YorK'H .tOMr:h "; wWo. affcF tOTm- tliOIrT It©" ?rf* nw Up,tond«rlo% dia- fet. hrtt lns that ke; ni*/;W orae sod up With It* xunmen and even- yiy meet de...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 22 February 1929

iffPil I I '$y§j ?■•$*■■ 1 t1 I '.viM | ,.Msm _ I I iff J". V' .vt Jak* m — -v _ ■pay^y ij&ri.ili.! H iaa Mfc - mi .urnim in-rw K; \.,v '. I isg-gq?? :%p:■,„--- . r ~ THE ORANGE LEADER "" '"*7 4>i<lay Friday in -ob*ervahco 6f flnmwgos-«twrt in«(l in dfctiucbww** f ' ViV*hlrR( n'« blrlh'dny frnrUHriarV. more. The action followed a -revolt ift %a7C "t*"' ProiiramM wro curried out tfirou*U- ..miiin tii cniiHnrvniivn unriv which '■vyy.S.2- Creok to reside. rt^r?r I The prljnnry department of the children' loft Monday S for Clootie fhool iffsponHorlnx a benefit pro- i thi* evening at tho auditorium Sliinlng at 7 o'clock with BUrks tnd unqer the" direct loir of W __| J3fclsj fa<>n M>viutr a cohort. JM>- • derived from Uyi program will 3 applied to curtain fund for thi? bw auditorium. An ndffifusion of Dc totf adults-and 10c for children be charged. J Tta# mld-wcek praper moetinK let Wednesday afternoon at the W, |em)ce home. Mrs. Charles Toungf the devotional .servic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 22 February 1929

I • •( i . THE ORANGE LEADER •' . ^aStXd information, :X lUtta: a|;,J Vhlrty Insertions, pir--Mnl ..4....;^. <3lx insertions, per word ThrM Insertions, per word One insertion, per word .........— — 2c Discount: 10% Discount on all orders paid for at time order " la given. • 10*Word Minimum Hatea: One Time Three times 81* times Thirty7 ETTA KETT HUH* Al'tVUSfiMiT Of "WE NiG^r ? GSG, Aw Vr-\ C)CAD F0P1 VfcEQ." * « ,«*« 4- «r im '< ■WTiA dftt , Ow TUjf PMOKC' :Pw'UP.'sne sans m UEfctW ^ A ■WDSMPW j? must" ^PEAK TO^OU • ••*••••«• ..... ' : , These rat dm are for consecutive insertions S c BOO Jv.—.,7 0<1 .....,.,*1,00 only, ir- regular Insertions take onetime frite Orders -and Cancellations "for Classified Advertising to run "tf" (TU! Forbidden) must be In writing. Charge Accounts: . ^ phwnw- aro w-iK'pt*^ fmm nei«o H.-f ..Jephone or city rflrctory on uiciiio'runiltlih '} charge only. In return for this courtesy, advertiser is expected to remit, promptly. wfev. Closing Time: Wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 February 1929

Wf"' ' ^^<ih aw k.tywyit^^ „,.. ft;: Published WKATHKIt Count*, IIcarl Sunday cloudy, rata sauttnmt :T*2ms portion mid wof| eo«wt. Warmer exccpt In iiorthw«M portion, v ——— | Number 195 — 111 I I I"' J-.ri' VOLUME XV. ' I I lb'. ■ I KVl"S -,n. .' ■ .-..;: IS OF LUMBER IN 3S.845.095 Feet of Pine Port In 1928 BEAUMONT SECOND tm X Are Imported Lumber and timber exports cut in the Sabine district during 1928 went to well over a hundred million feet, according to the report of Major Milo P. Fox, district surveyor. On account of the fact that hardwooji shipments • (Im well as creosote tim- bers, shooky and articles of that na- ture being given in tons, the feet in board measure can, not he obtained. 'The pine exports from the ports of Beaumont, Orange and Port Ar- thur amounted to 75,904,252 feet. Hardwood exports were placed at 117,371 tons. The nearly 70,000.000 feet of pine weighed 152,037 tons anil nomo idea can be gained from the board measure of the hardwftod by a comparison with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 February 1929

',"i-nsK.. ■ kiiAxut . ' r'TXc^ yy--?tY iw MmIMA ed att*rnoo * (except on s) and Sunday feomlng at on' mm by the Orange a«r Publishing Company, enter- ed 0 * *o. Texas, Postofflc* a* $*>■ ond Class Mattej;. ■ir/i, , '• fi i ,i' . 14 'j... 4 . Subscription Rates On* Month —50c % —* yyy\>r g>r:-s- r~:-r.v ^!i:00 Advertising rates will b« ^tarnished gM^'^ upon application -#T Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of WW- person, firm or;^ corporation .Which may appear In column* of The Leader will be gladly corrected uppo Vlng brought to attention r ar era. m LAST ILIGHT. QF I4II.LV $M WM LAMGTRY "K: |i apd-years she was acclaimed as the I era Ijn the ooal mlninc iiimi.j«,i* j-t **nown. She was an actress in her ' " II Iat*r years and walked the boards of the international stage. She hon- ored Texas several Jlmea WhlK J «r fflSZSflr.'.TffiKJSK will th« Ace to fly or will he make family limousine? th boast of the youthful cokMg£ fflLt h« tr ve|« fas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 February 1929

I \~1H mmam '• 'drj's J*W,im;Miff.\ Wk 2 fgnummim £iW^M :".w; iHx IMMMM* ■$?$ jgjj^. •■.,'. .• '|K j cws , NEWS — *-, T. A. upon- : supper at the ichoot y, February IS. sachers and high schoQlgLrk xrg© of the decoration. A and white color scheme was car- out. A February calendar was put-ojt tho board. Red and white damp shades wSro made for the light# iind the window* were adorn- wJffir' od with reef hearts." * ■ By seven o'eloel; a large crowd had gathered around In the rooms. Five girls Hold 1{)0 donations on a pop with each. * Folio v.-In <5 the sell- ing of the donations for the <iullt, 1' •(Mr. Pennington tool: chargo of the boxes. He Wan a splendid auction- eer arid the boxes* sold for a fairly *• ' fsdoS pttgy TW^n"n^Wr"Jrtrtrvrr ' test \yu« ti-ehl with Minn Marjortp "siSS'or' box Of candy- -M eh-fim-i-w4R- had with an ut;ly man contest. Mr. lluitdolt)h'~Ti1'a awarded a nice bar .if mmII for thin honor. U was Alira. ..li'raak Hull was J^"7 ' of &U. Reporter, Bennle ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 February 1929

Snyder Has | " Tough Job Ahead § fc- In makin' fljubSl —- . *8? ^DOYJQ OKliBGOHY Post.pii.paWh"-SiioHS E<|it r" ■ Wrltleh for the Awoeiated JVc-nh HOL'&TON. Feb.- 2:<.^4i "P«ncho- Sn*«p were a fuotball^^tiiMjj,' I. Ita would lie lfcsulns dolefgj bulletins about how graduations hud Wrecked hi championship team of How slnomy . ; those statements "nist'd from thr ,101'iiHiw won' the 1938 Dixie only three will be ^available (or ,192ft service. Those • ihren arc* .^Manager Snyder, oatch- "*/■ Hfg iMirii VW^V, IttJst season led the circuit In' « W ' "" hot c 'Ij O ^ I I S—.—liateiw— aftt among thu. <MtaitaiMr- r«i-rHlla_ , valuabel H'928. Aa- the club i*A- .51 now stands, third Id bo Sfj faiul \viH strike when they are hot. J.- A* long ij Manager Snyder is •table to hoHMej:'arouifd, the HufT* mill be well fortified behind the gfpJate. The other catcher probably 'i'will bo a rookie, with IlUi-^W Fun ft. QHJk.; Innt year managed the Wayntis- ro, F«., c|ub and Dutch Hoffman iits...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 February 1929

I ill m VstS 11 '"BShI ■ ■ Mm lf|i ttS ^IHSH 5 HI t plraSsJI •« Tiinin.-'^IIIWII v auHH ;Iter-i.d i'i. . ' '• .7. ■ r I. V: '•■■".•• ■ fUWUi^.*.. j ,.MN... 1.1 ' , ' HUg J BSt.j? fwR-xi■ ; • .. M ■J ■ ■ ' ■VV' fl ■ L_: £., CHRISTIAN CHUBCH Sunday school at 8: 0. Oonununlon service and sermon at U o'clock- evbnino service The Christian Endoavoc will bo diHuiltuuiU tind aft attend the En- <icuwr aervlee at tho Presbyterian ■ chflreh. ,. there wyi bo a thirty minute mu- irtcal jirogram aasiated by the or- c)i extra. The sermon Is a "drama" of the "Old Fashioned Home." Tba -ataa , will be prepared to resemble the homo of fifty years a*K>A lar*e family will be seated o*^Uui stage and Bblle On tho taUJef The lights will be turned olr and thq only llKlii will be th*f furnished by the , .tableaux. Tho l««Km and message of tho theme vrftl be to show the value of the In hearts and lives of the lintRiiiiiMl :<nil the nation: It Is the ■fumie thai niafces civilization, lib- erty, prrmp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 February 1929

15'-'-.;^^ ?r'/ * -i&cr ^M^/0'L.'-^^ pffl ■i i «i l i mil in mmr- m THE ORANGE LEADER /-V' Mil um:m. „ m$mt •lis: ■ ■ "' ^ £ H (Mi«s) ANNIE GKUBBS •- .;?"1 Ip'Society Reporter HONES 4 ana & Tterai for Tliii fropartmentf : Mast Be Received Before Noon on Publiftation Date fflKSSs 5--, r m confinuntiMof~fhe len^on^season is rgles thte-«eason •iw --eant>arties and social' activities are for the atoneniejtf'aays. A few bridge parties, parent .afioraialiaiLiMfetl^^ and home talent itertaiiiiiuTn>« ancT eoterie gathimngs heve rK^ir^onunvluir j^dueed ^drfring the lent sea- p.,rtl Methodic church win hold j the rr-KUlnr monthly' business anil em Tm&itW< '' rW',y ^ ■ -aarffiY.; art'ttaiias-aa.- JiS^slacde^' tho busament el Abe. Vtnntage About the room* and cen- tered the troy*, on which tho dlnnW was served, Washington flay favor* were pfeconted to each guest, and the cho*en theme wS carried out in the tail I ps . and scorepnds. the bridge' table appointment*. ' FoUowing...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 24 February 1929

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