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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 28 November 1930

Wi/'! i BUY SANELY HELP MAKE THE COMING CHRLSTMAS IX BURLESON COUN- TY ONE OF THE MERRIEST AND MOST JOYOUS IN ITS-HISTORY. CONDITIONS HAVE BEEN WORSE THE COUNTY HAS EXPER- IENCED MUCH MORE STRINGENT TIMES. WE ARE NOT AS HARD HIT AS WE FEEL BETTER TIMES ARE ON THE WAY. THERE IS NO EARTHLY REASON WHY THE PEOPLE OF BURLE- SON COUNTY SHOULD NOT BE THANKFUL AND CREATE THE BEST POSSIBLE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT J. F. COBB Company -HI mM Store mi tfae GoMoa Rafe Headquarters for UsefnJ Christmas Gifts Hartgraves Jewelry Shop TEXACO GAS AND OILS THE BEST ALWAYS 6, P. EASLEY Wholesale Agent CaldweD National Bank AJway for t Joy— Qirwtui BUY NOW! The purchasing power of your dollar today hi the stores of this city is the greatest it has ever had. The * merchants of this city offer you the world's choicest merchandise astonishingly low priced Luxuries as well as necessites bear price tags that make their purchase a money saving opportunity . . . BUY NOW! ROSENWASER'S CALDWELL* FINEST DEPARTMENT STORE ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 28 November 1930

K f. SI DO YOUR BIT LET EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD IN BURLESON COUN- TY BEGIN NOW, TODAY, BOOSTING AND CREATING THE X'MAS SPIRIT. IT WILL DO US ALL GOOD. IT WILL MAKE US FEEL BETTER AND AID IN MANY WAYS. CHRISTMAS IS A NATION- WIDE, A WORLD WIDE EVENT. IT IS THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF OUR LORD. IT COMES BUT ONCE A YEAR. IT SHOULD BE OBSERVED APPROPRIATELY. EVERY ONE POSSIBLE SHOULD BE MADE TO FEEL GLAD AND JOYOUS. TO MAKE THE SEASON WORTHWHILE REQUIRES THE HEARTY COOPERATION OF EVERY ONE. START EARLY! PLAN WISELY! RDÍALj ntd1h o rf érfLDWELL FIRMS EXTEND THE )UlfrY AND SURROUNDING TRADE L ADVANCE GREETINGS AND IN- LID A Y PATRON AGE. WE ) A WIDE ASSORTMENT OF MERITOR- :iOHSTMAS MERCHANDISE AND \ 4?|K)RD to pay, whether rich THE NEW AUTOMOBILE GARAGE We Repair All Make Cam HAVEL & KUBIN, Props. NEDBALEK LOT SUROVK DRUG STORE Shop Early at— Poehl's Variety Store The Christmas Store for Everybody THE GRAND LEADER DRY GOODS —Useful Christmas Gifts Caldwell Tailor Shop Let Us Cl...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 28 November 1930

" * .2 ' i Looks At 7 l ' ^ mm - §Bh Broadway NKW YORK—Soft lights. Paint let of )Mrf«iM. Dying «train* «fib* overture. The mighty curtain ■arts, and a vast, excitad murmur- ■I molts into a trance of hushed oxpectancy. Now York society, at- " in a billion dollars worth of fine i and magnificent jewsls, sits tue glittering horseshoe for „ opening at Metropolita opera. Meanwhile, a dozen block away, alas hundred Mien—many of them wall dressed—wait in line through a drissliag rain to be handed tickets. Not ticketn to the opera, no. Tickets that entitle each of them to one free «oal. The Salvation Army opens a aoup kitchen to relieve the unemploy- ad. And 18,0000 heads of families in Greater New York walk the streets, wondering how little the brood will aat tomorrow. New York . . . The Army of Heart rendering scenes Unemployed occur every day in business offices as large blocks of workers are discharged. The streets «ra full of tramping jobless. But «hay are not jobless tramps. Many are...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 28 November 1930

nm IS * ■— — ■ $ ' • t m 49 County Agent Active Organizing The Boys and Girls of the County Large 4-H Clubs In Every Community by Early Spring: Is the Goal Set; Beneficial Program For Y ear Planned build op their through right handi to be i think clearli their health train their i, taeir minds to ■ hearts are kind. JSP) ,,-JPL.. _ PHP ¿ 4-H club noys and girls have high ideals and standards. They ere doers. -o- They serve. Q. C. King, local county agent, has been buoy during the fall months visiting the schools of the county, at odd time between terracing dates, interesting the boys and girls of the county in becoming 4-H Club mem- bers to conduct club work. He has and the various activities that the club members will become engaged '"'Next fall, he has planned a tig feature for the fair, when the mem- bers of the clubs of the county will take part. He is also planning to FARM EXPERTS PLAN CHI TRIP 4-H CLUB WINNERS TO STOCK SHOW VISIT visited several schools and has sign-(furry the ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 28 November 1930

3^y, ,;«£ o m caldwell mm LET US GIVE THANKS! .je first Thanksgiving feast A nerica was held by the ms in 1621, because the crops, on which their lives de- pppded, were bountiful. us give thanks for the crops harvested this for the health, happi- contentment that we FlMT/T4TE E4Nr Caldwell, Texas Jiffi iei Mrs. Jit Woodson Entertains With 4-Course Dinner The citizens of the little town of Snook were confronted with a great surprise and day -morning that ttie artesian X"ari« ment Wednes- iey discovered at that place This well sup- household pur- poses to the inhabitants of this little I: r Po: the two garages, the public bath Éubiic purposes. It nown what caused also cotton and is not defini the well to cease flowing, but it is believed to be from a cave-in, some where below the surface. An effort will be made to ascertain the cause and bring the well into flowing again. Anyway, just at present, Snook is •absotuteiy "bone dry " prepara- ing; some rs are ex- of those ing to ier. past ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 5 December 1930

I t And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. Bvrleaon Co. Ledger, Vol. 45, No. 36. CALDWELL BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1930. The Caldwell News, Vol. S, Ne. CALDWELL HORNETS MEET TAYLOR DUCKS MONDA Parent-Teacher Musicians Who i I Play Past Week Draws Crowd Entertainment Put Over In Splendid Way; Nice Sum Rained Went To Houston Win Honors Band and Entire School Elated Over Their Outcome At the ¡ Teache.s' Convention The* five yo ing men, members of The home talent musical comedy staged Tuesday evening of last week at the high school auditorium under the local school banu, who made the the auspices of the Parent-Teacher j trip to Houston last week to play in Association and direction of Miss ¡ tht. He|ected( All-State High School White of Durham, N. C., climaxed _ successfully and netted the treasury ¡ during the Texas State Teaeh- of the association quite a nice sum era' Association c...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 5 December 1930

r", '"if;/ .':V> 'j ■ ,W ''"i' * <* ' g' J? * ■ "■ FHiay. *. UN in CALDWELL raws - ■ ■ I life'-: Íí.:: r I í' jjk & i TOs In Washington (Special to the Caldwell New ) WASHINGTON, Dec. 4—<Auto- enster)—The poet office department itself is one of its own biggest clients. The department uses about 300 tons •f stationery and 160,000,000 envelopes a year, not to mention 5,- §00,000 sheets of carbon paper and «6,000 quarts of ink. It may surprise you but it needn't worry you, to find that there is no official "yardstick" in this country; when the storekeeper measures your yard of cloth, however, he does it with a yardstick based on the bureau of standards meter-bar. It is exact- ly 30.37 inches long and is kept in • vault at the bureau, where manu- facturers and officials measure off the 36 inches for their yardsticks from it "Farm relief" of a practical sort is going to be provided produce growers on their next crop. As a re- salt of passage of the product licens- ing set la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 5 December 1930

it • • I 4 Jm 1 4 t « BILLBOARDS The war against defacing the dcenery and endangering the lives of highway travellers by advertising billboards i gaining new recruits daily. The latest is the Fox Film Company, which has announced ita abandonment of billboard advertis- ing in favor of newspapers. News- papers are better advertising media, the Fox people say, and of that there in no possible question. If there were no other argument against bill- boards, that should be enough. Safety on the highways depends upon every driver keeping his eyes on the road. There should lie no sign- boards by the roadside, except those which call attention to the wares of the roadside retailer on the spot, direction markers and signs estab- lished by the highway authorities to indicate the condition of the road ahead. "SPORT" Two-thirds of what passes for "sport" in the United States is pure commercialism. Some of the inside of the "boxing game" was revealed the other day when a fight promoter sued Tunne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 5 December 1930

W" ■' V t, lMt CALDWELL HWWt [• r V; t: I THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger C E. CROM ARTIE, Editor and Pabbito Mlrf ciau matter at the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, under March 3, 1879. PttbUahad weekly i weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, and Mais Streets, Caldwell, Texa&. 1 Year: In County *1.50; Out of County _ $2.00 Advertising Rates, per mcb Saaders, per line ..25c 1 10c LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices tarried under this feted f ■wat be accompanied by the cash payment personally guaranteed by the j attorney placing such notices upon presentati at of statement. Th:s paper aaa no longer accept for publication such matter and wait until estates are —ttlid up or cases finally adjudicated for its fees. The «-egul&r 'egal rate f 10 cents per line of 8 point type will be charged for the firs*, insertion and § coots per line for each subsequent insertion for all leg l advertising. The Blue Ribbon of Cooking Sam H. Thompson, president ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 5 December 1930

TUB CALDWV4. NEWS *one oftallest' men of nation here tuesday So Prominent, Everybody Looks Up to Him, While He Looks Down On Them Giraffs with erect head* are tall, pine treefc with age extend numerous feet into the air, but when it comes to human beings, Ray Williams of • Chicasha, Oklahoma, a seven foot £ anil six inch gentleman, and adver- tising representative of the Tanna- Menthol Company of Enid. Oklahoma, who was in this city Tuesday and Wednesday, has them all beat as far as our eyes have been able to dis- cern and as little as we have travel- ed around. He is quite a curiosity when it comes to height. He will at- tract anyone's attention—make them an school here observes thanksgiving Classes Dismissed Wednesday Over Week-end for the Holiday Period Mr. and Mr*. John Leatherwood of Houston visitad their parents Thanks- giving. ■ ■ o " ' ■ T "•> Little Misa Doroi the guest of Mrs. Bryan during Thai following week-end. i-O- ■othy Hoy Henry Hoyach of nlcsgivingand rach was th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 5 December 1930

,■«> rat, ,i,¡<í- «r-.'xk TU CAlDmi * i Looking Twenty Yean Ahead Educators Predict What the World Will Be Like In 1950 By CALEB JOHNSON What will this world of ours be like twenty years from now? I would hesitate to make any very definite predictions on my own authority. I have lived too long to look for any important changes in the course of twenty years. But the National Education Association, which numbers in its membership leading teachers of the schools of the whole United States, is not as cautious as I am. The Education Association has compiled a list of things which will be different in 1950. Some of them, everybody will agree, are likely to come true. The rest are generally held to be desirable, but I think most of us will doubt that they will have come about in twenty years. But here is the list. Read it and form your own opinion. It is stimulating to thought, at any rate. The Association divides its pro- gram for the future into "material" and "social" betterments....

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 5 December 1930

<• ' • V' '¿.id- '■ THE CALDWV«L NEW! Friday, Bmrt I, 1M9 rn f w m i". i* • *$ i ♦ « } Funeral Services of Wm. Poehls Held at Birch Monday, November 24th, at 12:40 in the morning one of the pioneer farmera of the Birch community passed away, having returned from the Sanitarium at Martin, Texas, where he stayed from November 17 till November 22, to seek relief and improvement of his very poor health. But in vain. Mr. Wilhelm Christoph Poehls was "born on November 14th, 1868 at Vettin, Province Branden- burg, Germany. Iir"1873 he came with his parents and the rest of the family to the U. 8. where his three brothfers, Fred, John and Christian already lived. From Washington county he moved later to Birch, Burle- non county, where he made his home. He' was married three times and " feared 18 children, of whom seven •went before him to the great be- yond. He was one of the first mem- bers of the newly organized Salem's church of Birch in 1883. Seven years ago he became an invalid and s...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 5 December 1930

m i '-f ' "■ •;£ !;.? V; , ^ *, „ ' , ■. 1 ¿ • 1Í "•-v* * / i*4*. : Rto I VJ Have Christmas Money Ready '>$ /*HR!STMAS shopping is always easier and more saiis- V* factory when the money has been saved in advance. A little saved each week provides Christmas money with- out disturbing one's regular income. An old idea for old and young, but a dandy one. Bank Caldwell, Texas PIE? i *■ STATE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION OF TEXAS MEETS IN ANNUAL SESSION Schools of This city Well Represented In Various Departments Teachers from ail over the state attended the late meeting held in Houston. AH members met at Sam Houston Hall, Thursday morning at 9:30 o'clock. The program opened with a selection played by High Schooi Band, of Mis* Lula Sttvtns, music super- visor of Houston Public Schools. We art very glad to átate that five stu- dents of Caldwell High School arc members of this band. The major speakers were Vilhjal- mur Stefansson, the Artie explorer; George D. Strayer of Columbia Uni- versity...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 12 December 1930

V ill' % M !' • 1 ^ tV ¡ i THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. Burleson Co. Ledger, VoL 45, No. 37. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1930. The Caldwell New., VoL 1, No. Ml Editor's Column Monday closed the football season in this eily when the local high school football team, accompanied by the loyal and efficient public school band and score of loyal fans journeyed to Taylor and met defeat at the hands of the "Taylor Ducks." • • • • From a gridiron standpoint there is no more to anticipate until next fall. • • • • The Hornets failed to win the bi- district championship which they coveted. That was sad fate, both for themselves and fans. Both the Hor- nets and the fans accept tae verdict. It was just. The Taylor Ducks are most certainly the stronger team. •They have a wonderful organization. The boys are a formidable working team, showing both skill and tr...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 12 December 1930

GMwe Hifh School Aetmtie DeanviDe News Mi Hmus BwttdKt from Lm ctmmw ^ M í Ala* SI } and Cx.rt af 9mr!**m Counts, « tk M ér «# Die . TW Herat* m •.« ty deíeaü-ng ai- «Í -h* is the é¿n« es**p* k gam* wrtr. Cajnere* mm a ?«* Mr. AJÍ other sena * ib ti Ct*- ifet km erne gasae. TW sea*c<a ww • great nee***., thm Wtur men rtporuc i*n «Sí'Jll'l KgUkd SlttCr owe «fe* nade regular* tod ae-rer play •d a football gam* ast:! the 1 *<áí Aunt fourteen nee will re- UUXMr. tfai yeax ar.i ttffit men wJl return for the *«uk>« of lfttl. With eight men fr>® toe 1*30 «eason and a number oí iram- fm from other schools, the Hornet* itold win another district champion- ship in 1931. The men who will return are: Johnnie Skrabanek, end; Robert Cox* tackle; J. H. Karnegy, tackle; J. back; Charles Kubach, back; >, guard; Leonard Perrell, B. Schweda, center; A Tie- ■ao, end; T. Rabeen, guard. Sever af thete men have played enough to letter during the If Caldwell J. Skrabanek K. Cox D. Louis T. T...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 12 December 1930

TO* CALDWELL" raws * It Á* * f % • I* $ FARMING NOTES Defender of Juarez Honored With Medal fTHIS MONTH presents one of the beat opportunities the*farm and home owner of the county ever had to set out fruit and shade trees, flowering shrubs, etc. There is a splendid season in the ground to make everything grow off nicely next spring when the v arm weather roils around. Numerous farmers are planning to take advantage of this month and next to set out trees and shrubbery, berry vineB, plant flowers, etc., to help improve the farm and home sur- rundings. It's a good time for all to think the matter over and get busy before the opportunity passes. The next two and one-half months are the only months during the year this kind of work can be done. Why over- look it? Do you know that Burleson county could lie made one of the most beauti- ful counties in the state during the spring, summer and fall, if every one would do their part—improve their individual surroundings a little each year un...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 12 December 1930

«MWNUMNViiii J.M Muí 4 i- * -**!** *!** * WlHWMIÍJMWiti* ai*l wÍM¿« niiiM«iiiiii <« ii laiii? i ik-<., THE CALDWELL NEWS II. 1MC J. F. COBB COMPANY CALDWELL, TEXAS " The Store of the Golden Rule " \\r •305 I \ / / Brintzeee Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats Go at 20 Per Cent Off All Ladies,' Misses,' and Children's Coats to go at 20 per cent off our already low prices. We have some fine bargains for you in these goods. Wayne Knit Silk Hosiery Just received shipments of Wayne Knit Silk Hosiery, and Watkins Silk Hosiery, in the new winter colors, all of which will go into our sale and be sold at reduced prices. These are the most popular gift goods of all. All Ladies' Kimonas, Underwear, Gowns, Corsets, etc., are included in our sale. novncKnA Brazos, a 36-Inch, Heavy 4 Brown Domestic — Celtic, a 36-Inch Bleached Domestic Yard 9c Soft Finished 8c Springtime, a 36-Inch French Finish- ed Bleached Domestic 10c Hope, a 36-Inch Lonsdale Finished Bleached Domestic 10c 36-Inch Cret...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 12 December 1930

t RiSIMAS GIFTS ted Our Big Sale >w Stronger Than Ever ISE ÍD II I r hi ■35 |do tv * rt > I :s i I 1 )rs. Ike, Ivod I ler- .1 FF Thr T j 30(}H til 1 LOU We have added many items of merchandise lately for our Christmas trade, all of which will be sold at reduced prices. When we bought these goods we did not know we would be forced to put on a sale, so our trade will be benefitted by our misfortune, and enable them to save on their Christmas gifts. We Have Too Many Shoes and Want to Reduce Our Stock To About Half, and We Are Making a Drive to This End by Making Very Low Prices On Our Shoes. Men's Shoes MILLER LERCH $4.00 and $4.50 Values, . . $5.00 and $5.50 Values, . . $2.97 $3.97 Nüñn-Bush Ankle'Fashioned Oxfords 111' An V.U lip' : { 3 Hi1 The Sanger — Nunn-BÚsh — Ankle-Fashioned $8.50 Values $6.77; $10.00 Values $7.77 Men's Work Shoes, $1.37 and $2.37 Men's Ha 11 d kerchieis aiul S.'ik Socks Men's Initial II:' '-kerchiefs and * th r Hand, e i' <• h i e f * ! ir Christmas k...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 12 December 1930

BMre THE CALDWVX NEWS Starts FRIDAY, December 12. Runs to December 25 YOU CAN'T GO WRONG TO BUY NOW! THE GRAND LEADER Starts FRIDAY, December 12. Runs to— December 25 AT THE Dry Goods will not be cheaper. The probability is they will be higher during the New Year. We have an assort- ment of most everything. Grand Leader Featuring numerous useful Christmas Gifts and serviceable Merchandise at greatly reduced prices. All winter Dry Goods to go regardless of price. WE WANT TO FURTHER REDUCE OUR STOCK We want to make room for new goods to come later on in the New Year. We are featuring some splendid bargains and now is the time to buy for Christmas and your other needs. One rack LADIES' COATS —in all colors and sizes. Fur collars and cuffs. Regular price up to $18.00. Sale price— $8.95 One lot LADIES' COATS —fur collars and cuffs. Regu- lar price $19.95. Sale price— $14.50 Ladies' and Children's BOX HANDKERCHIEFS Christmas Gifts Special 19c box One table LADIES' FELT HATS —all colors. R...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 12 December 1930

"■ '■ • .Jm 4- i « , ; TBI CALDWSLL SfBWB Economy Becomes Political Watchword of Mrs. Sarah T. Hughes, New Feminine Solon By VERNON A. M'GEE (United Ptcm Staff Correapoadent) DALLAS, Dec. ft. (ÜP).—When the speaker' gavel assembles the 42nd Legislature in Texacs next Jan- uary, there will be among the law- makers one solon without the cus- tomary sheaf of bills that must be passed to save the State. Mrs. Sarah Hughes, state represen- tative from Dallas, believes the best study of government is politics. When an interviewer "popped the question" and sat timourously down in a neat office with bookcases of legal tomes before aad after to await the expect- ed eruption of reform plans that would save the country from the clutches of political tyrants and re- store the liberty of our forefathers ad infinitum, he was disappointed. "I am not planning any definite proposals," said she. '"To learn something about the law-making of Texas is my first duty." And the set of a quiet, firm face lef...

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