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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 10 August 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE IREDELL NEWS AND VIEWS FROM REGULAR CORRESPONDENT Mrs. Loyal Mitchell and son, of Big Spring, and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cun- ningham, of Dallas, visited their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Newsom this week. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Daves are vis- iting in Mexico. Their son, Ray- mond, of Wichita Falls, came after them Wednesday. Miss Mildred Turner, of Stephen- ville, is visiting her cousin, Clifford Daves and wife. J. N. Chaffin, of Alabama, visited his brother, G. W. Chaffin. While here he visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Chaffin. Miss Ira Lee Sanders, who has been ill for some time, is in Glen Rose for treatment. Her many friends hope for a complete recovery. She is reported to be better. Base Bonds, who has been visiting his brother, W. T. Bonds, in Hills- boro, came here and visited his niece, Mrs. E. H. Dunlap. He lives in Ala- bama. Mrs. Ray Harper is visiting in Clif- ton. Bruce and Robert Edward Myers visited in Meridian this week. Miss Rudene Newman spen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 10 August 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE ! Locals and Personals f 5 ———————————————————— = | "I know not what the truth may be | | I'll tell it as 'twas told to me." § 'tfaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiusmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit Barton Harton, of Port Arthur, was a visitor here last week-end. Miss Mattie Thomas, of Dallas, visited Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Odle this week. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Hallmark, of Dallas, are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hallmark. Cleo Huckaby and Misses Bob'bye Powell and Jolue Linthicum visited friends in Dallas last week-end. Mrs. Joe Linthicum and daughter, Miss Jolue Linthicum were in Clifton Friday. Rev. J. D. Farmer and son, J. D. Jr., and Jim Knight, of Cranfills Gap, were pleasant callers at The Tribune office Wednesday. T. Mitchell, prominent business man of Iredell, was a pleasant caller at this office Monday while in the city on business. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Schmidt, of De Leon, visited Mrs. Schmidt's bro- thers, Dick and Jack ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 17 August 1934

The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 41ST YEAR, NO. 12 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, AUGUST 17, 1934 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR FIRST DROUTH MONEY IS PAID 3061 Cattle Sold to Date, with 12,000 Designated to Sell—Checks Represent 354 Head. With $4391.00 being distributed to two Bosque county ranchers Wednes- day, Aug. 15, the first Drouth Relief Cattle checks were received in the of- ce of C. L. Wilson, county agent, from Kansas City, Mo. These checks represent 354 head of the cattle sold to the United States Government. To date, 12,000 head of cattle have been designated to be sold on the Re- lief program in Bosque county. Out of this number, 3061 have been sold while 1597 have been condemned. These figures indicate that one half of the animals are being killed and a minimum price received but this is accounted for by the fact that only animals which are condemned were bought for the past week. Since the cattle program was insti- tuted primarily for the relief of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 17 August 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE The Meridian Tribune. THE DUNLAP PRINTING CO., PUBLISHERS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Entered at the postoffice in Meridian, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Any erroneous reflection upon the character or standing of any person or firm appearing In these columns will be gladly and promptly corrected upon calling the attention of the management to the article in question. SUBSCRIPTION RATE $1.60 PER YEAR "Blindfolding the Public." Here's one reason some our wealth- y men are supporting1 Hunter for governor. Hunter says: "The state ad valorem tax must be abolished." To take its place he would substitute a "blended tax system." Mr. Hun- ter has so far failed to make clear that his "blended tax" is anything else but a sales tax, the kind of tax that President Roosevelt says is a tax on poverty. In abolishing the ad va- lorem tax, Mr. Hunter would not aid the homeowner or small land owner, who is already exempt up to $3000 valuation. Obviously his aim it to relieve the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 17 August 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE IREDELL NEWS AND VIEWS FROM REGULAR CORRESPONDENT Mrs. Russell, of Meridian, is visit- ing her daughter, Mrs. Mino Lough- lin. Miss Jo Heyroth returned Sunday from Cross Plains where she visit- ed her uncle, Vernie Heyroth. Her father and sister went for her. Iredell was well represented at the Hico Re-union all three days and nights. Ralph Echols and wife visited in Glen Rose this week for a few days. Mrs. Jack Blakley spent last week in DeLeon with her aun't, Mrs. Tom Cook. They brought her home. Mrs. Edgar Young and daughter, Fape, of Meridian, attended the re- vival here Tuesday evening. Mrs. B. L. Mitchell was in Stephen- ville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Cavness have returned to their home in San Mar- cos. Mr. and Mrs. Rolan Pike, of Sham- rock, visited relatives here this week. One night last week, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Jackson went home from the Hico picnic and a man that had been in their house ran out. Rex said he never missed anything and says next time th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 17 August 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE ±,*uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii': 2 E I Locals and Personals | | "I know not what the truth may be § E I'll tell it as 'twas told to me." County Judge Robt. W. Brown, of Gatesville, was here yesterday on business. Hamp Lewis, of Muleshoe, is visit- ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Lewis. Mrs. Jno. E. Robertson and daugh- ter, Miss Mary Lou, and Mrs. Mary Smith visited in Waco Thursday. Mrs. A. C. Odle, of near Valley Mills, visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Martha Adams, Sunday. Marion Jones and family are spend- ing the week in Houston and Galves- ton. Edwin Grimes and S. M. Mackey have returned from a visit with rela- tives at Bronte, San Angelo and Bal- ling er. Dr. and Mrs. Edward T. Callahan left Wednesday for a visit with rela- tives in Toronto, Canada, and War- ren, Pennsylvania. Miss Therese Benson is visiting her sister, Mrs. Morris Thomas, at Eddy. County Court meets in regular ses- sion ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 24 August 1934

The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 41ST YEAR, NO. 13 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, AUGUST 24, 1934 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR ) f INTRUDERS TRY TO BURN HOME Two Men Enter Brazos River Resi- dence, Try to Hold Up Woman; She Gives Alarm. Two men appeared at a home just this side of the Brazos river bridge, near Highway 22, Thursday morning and ordered a lady, who was the only person at home, to throw up her hands; instead she ran out the door and went for help. While she was gone, the robbers ransacked the place, piled the bedding and clothing in the middle of the room, poured coal oil on the pile and set fire to it. Persons living nearby reached the house and extinguished the flames before the building was badly dam- aged, but the bedding and clothing were a total loss. Sheriff Benson was notified and is on their trail, but they had reached the Brazos bottoms before he arrived on the scene and it may be several days before he completes his search. It is thought t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 24 August 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE The Meridian Tribune. THE DUNLAP PRINTING CO., PUBLISHERS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Entered at the postoffice in Meridian, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Any erroneous reflection upon the character or standing of any person or firm appearing in these columns will be gladly and promptly corrected upon calling the attention of the management to the article in question. SUBSCRIPTION RATE $1.50 PER YEAR A Vote for Texas. Reports from most every section of Bosque county indicate that Allred is gaining votes daily. Quite a number of voters resent the idea of one man trying to deliver them just like a bunch of pigs. A report from Allred's state head- quarters states that a careful survey of every county in the state indicates that Allred has been gaining votes rapidly the past ten days and will defeat his opponent by a big major- ity. Many voters are turning to Allred because they are suspicious that the wealthy oil man Hunter isn't the friend of the common people th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 24 August 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE IREDELL NEWS AND VIEWS FROM REGULAR CORRESPONDENT t Miss Grace Simpson and May Dun- lap, of Dallas, visited here this week with relatives. Msiss Hazel Frazier and Miss Min- nie Tarver, of Walnut spent Wednes- day with Mrs. Gregory. Miss Vella Mcllheney visited Mrs. W. J. Cunningham, of Dallas, last week. Dorothy Mae Jordan, of Dallas, is visiting Myrtle and Jewell MeDonel. Mrs. Fouts, Mrs. Laswell and' JuJu Myers were shopping in Dallas Tues- day, returned home Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. George Turner and daughters, Misses Gene and Anne, of El Paso, came in Wednesday and vis- ited with his parents till Monday, when they returned home. Fred Mcllheney visited in Fort Worth this week. Mrs. MeDonel has returned from a visit in Tennessee. Mrs. F. T. Lawson, of Kopperl, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gann. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harrolton, a daughter, Aug. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Washam and son, of Dallas, spent the week-end here. Mrs. Mary Hubbert, of Amarillo, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 24 August 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE "Together We Stand Divided We Fall" Abraham Lincoln spoke words of wisdom when he made that declaration. It is true in the lives of families, in the lives of towns and the lives of na- tions. We have made progress in this community against adversities the past three years and it was because we stood TOGETHER. We can still do other things for the good of our town and commun- ity if we will ALL stay in and do our part. WE ARE READY. ARE YOU? The Farmers State Bank MERIDIAN, TEXAS R. R. Waldrop, Pres. O. B. Roquemore, Vice-Pres. Chas. W. Fuqua, Cashier L. E. Waldrop, Asst. Cash. Joe Sheppard, Director W. H. Curtis, Director All Honor to Lon Smith, Leader of Many Confederate Parades ! | Locals and Personals I "I know not what the truth may be I'll tell it as 'twas told to me." Mrs. Rufie Cox and children are visiting in Groesbeck. Miss Faye Young has returned from a visit with relatives in Waco. Mrs. Sim Goodall is visiting her mother, Mrs. Bonds, in Whitney. Mr. an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 31 August 1934

The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 41 ST YEAR, NO. 14 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, AUGUST 31, 1934 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR WINNERS IN SECOND PRIMARY ELECTION 5 iilggip fllsu WALTER WOODUL Lieutenant Governor. WILLIAM McCRAW. Attorney-General. MERIDIAN PUBLIC SCHOOL TO OPEN SEPT. 10-FACULTY SAME Chance to Secure School Building Is Seen. Meridian Public School will open the 1934-35 session Monday, Septem- ber 10, it was announced by Supt. W. A. York. The enrollment is expected to be around 400 students, which will again tax the capacity of the: school plant. The faculty will be the same as lasi year without a single change. No formal opening exercises will be held, but all pupils will be expected to report for classifications and as- signments the first day. Hope was revived this week that solution of the problem of providing additional school buildings here, to relieve the crowded conditions exist- ing the past few years and provide for future expansion, may ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 31 August 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE The Meridian Tribune. THE DUNLAP PRINTING CO., PUBLISHERS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Entered at the postoffice in Meridian, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Any erroneous reflection upon the character or standing of any person or firm appearing In these columns will be gladly and promptly corrected upon calling the attention of the management to the article in question. SUBSCRIPTION RATE $1.50 PER YEAR GANDY IS GRATEFUL FOR HONORS GIVEN HIM. The voters of Bosque county have made their choice for County Clerk for the next term, and with malice toward none and good feeling to- ward all, I accept the verdict of the majority. I congratulate my oppon- ent upon his successful race, and as- sure him and his supporters that I hold none but the kindest regards to- ward them. He is well qualified for the position and is my friend of long standing. I pledge him my hearty co-operation, and through the re- maining months of my term I shall continue to conduct the affairs of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 31 August 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE •f IREDELL NEWS AND VIEWS FROM REGULAR CORRESPONDENT Mrs. Viola Loader and sons spent the week-end in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Sewell, of Sealey visited here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Obie Dunlap have moved to Spring Creek so as to have water for their stock. Junior Woodey is ill with appendi- citis. His friends hope he will recov- er soon. v Several of the Baptists here at- tended the Baptist Association at Morgan this last week. Mr. and Mrs. Laswell spent Sun- day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cavett, of Alexander. . . .... Mrs. A. N. Pike is visiting- her aunt, Mrs. Smith, in Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Loader, of Dal- las, of Dallas, spent the week-end here with home folks. Roy Locker and family, of near Hamilton, visited his parents, this week. Mrs. R. G. Oakley was shopping in Waco this week. Miss Opal Laurence, who has been in summer school in Clifton, has re- turned home. Miss Lillie Turner has returned from John Tarleton, where she has been in summer s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 31 August 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE PROTECTION That the DEPOSITORS may know that their ; • deposits are INSURED, The Federal Insurance «• t Corporation has issued each MEMBER a beau- ;; tiful brass sign with wording as follows: DEPOSITS INSURED by The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation WASHINGTON, D. C. ecnnn maximum insurance tennn $ JUUU for each depositor ^UUUU 5H2s! Baptist Workers' Meeting- Walnut Springs Baptist Church, Sept. 3, 10 a. m. S6ng and Praise—C. H. McKinney. Devotional—Mrs. Will Forson. Reports from Churches, Revivals, Etc. Conserving Results of a Revival— Rev. C. E. Poe. Enlisting Membership in Scriptural Giving—Rev. Lloyd Lester. Enlisting Men in Service—Rev. V.' M. Cloyd. Special Music—C. H. McKinney. Sermon—Rev. Royalty Hopson. Lunch at 12:20. W. M. U. meeting at 1:20. Echoes from Annual Association. How Reach and Hold the Young People—Rev. J. W. Patterson. Inspirational Address—Rev. P. C. Williams. Watch for these signs, as each and every Mem- ber MUST display these signs ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 7 September 1934

The Meridian Tribune 41 ST YEAR, NO. 15 Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County MERIDIAN, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 7, 1934 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR HONOR MEMORY OF DE CORDOVA Odd Fellows and Kin of Pioneer Gather. Honoring the memory of Jacob de Cordova, founder of the first Odd Fellows lodge in Texas, and promi- nent figure in the early colonization of the state, a gathering of Odd Fel- lows and Rebekahs from Ft. Worth, with a number of de Cordova decen- dants, was held Sunday, Sept. 2, at the Chas. McCullough place at Kim- ball in an all-day session. Lone Star Lodge No. 1, founded by Jacob de Cordova at Houston, July 25, 1838, the first Odd Fellows lodge in Texas, is still in existence. Four carloads of Odd Fellows and Rebekahs from Ft. Worth were pres- ent, most of whom visited this place last year and held simular ceremon- ies. They included: Geo. E. Court- ney, representative of Union Lodge No. 318 and chairman of the meet- ing held at this place last year; Sam J. Knight, gra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 7 September 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE The Meridian Tribune. THE DUNLAP PRINTING CO., PUBLISHERS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Entered at the postoffice in Meridian, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Any erroneous reflection upon the character or standing of any person or firm appearing in these columns will be gladly and promptly corrected upon calling the attention of the management to the article in question. SUBSCRIPTION RATE S1.60 PER YEAR CACKLES From the New Packing Houai Back on the air again. 'Thanks for the vacation. Lots of things happening. Housing problems still very acute in Meridian, and several new ones and old ones getting repaired. Another old home stead to a new citizen deal just going through. Gin smoke stack a spouting smoke, and are they getting a turnout. Heard of one farmer bringing in under 1300 pounds of seed cotton and got a 590- pound bale. Now I ask you. Grain hard to find, and buy hay— well try and buy some. Eggs higest in three years for this time of year. Hogs same way. Sew...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 7 September 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE I J \ TUAT LITTLE BOY ALWAYS Ml MICKS ME .IVISH YOU'D TEL1 HIM TO STOP ANVTWIN6 no PLEASE OKAY ANDYOUIL WON'T vou?r ADAM. A LADY M i ME FIXED IT By jeb- OH YOU KIND MAN.\bl(JTWIN I - WHAT DID YOU >fr->JUST TOLD J SAY TO HIM? )> UIM TO STOP-^ ACTING LIKE AN IREDELL NEWS AND VIEWS FROM REGULAR CORRESPONDENT Miss Evelyn Koonsman spent the week-end with Juaneze Sanders. Tom Baine, Mr. Wakins and son, George, all of Dallas, spent the week- end here in the McDonel home. Mr. and Mrs. David Rhodes, of Ft. Worth, spent last week-end here. Mrs. Dave Bullock returned Sat- urday afternoon from Temple. Miss Lorain Tidwell returned to her school in Addicks Friday. Her school started Monday. Norma Lee Everett visited her sis- ter, Mrs. Eben McDowel, at Duffau, this week. Misses Grace Simpson and Mae Dunlap, of Dallas, spent the week- end here. Mrs. Pearl Hensley and children and Opal and Iva Lee Sanders at- tended the funeral of Mrs. Whitmire of Whintey, Friday aftern...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 7 September 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE DR. J. S. CALHOUN ANNOUNCES THAT DR. W. G. CARNATHAN IS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE General Practice of Medicine and Surgery EQUIPPED TO DO X-RAY AND OTHER LABORATORY WORK. ! Locals and Personals f | "I know not what the truth may be | I'll tell it as 'twas told to me." ? 41IIIIIMIIHIIIIIU!IUIIIIIIIIUIIIII|||IIIIII lllll III Mill III! IIIJIHIIII ■■■IIIMIIIIIIIIilllHI J. M. Lanham, of Ft. Worth, is here this week on business. Mrs. Russell Allen and children, of near Kopperl, visited Mrs. John Lew- is Baxter Wednesday. George Chiles, of Ft. Worth, vis- ited his father, H. E. Chiles and oth- er relatives first of the week. Mrs. S. C. Smith is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Walk, in San Antonio. Jim Knight and H. J. Schwartz, of Cranftlls Gap, were visitors here Wednesday. Chas. M. Gandy, H. R. Harwell, and F. R. Odle visited in Dallas Wed- nesday. Mrs. Otis Goodall and children, of Memphis, at6 visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Goodall and family. Miss Audie Sheppard l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 14 September 1934

V I ) The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 41 ST YEAR, NO. 16 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 14, 1934 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR MERIDIAN COPS LEAGUE TITLE Local Nine Takes Two Out of Three Tilts. Meridian annexed the Tri-County League crown Sunday by defeating Whitney in the third game of the play-off series by a score of 9 to 6. Whitney took the second game of the series played at Clifton last Fri- day 3 to 2, a 10-inning affair, and by agreement the series was cut to three contests, Sunday's victory making two out of the three won by Merid- ian. The final game, from the opening pitch was a struggle for supremacy, and but for the fact that Meridian's batsmen were a shade more efficient, and that Meridian was able to play out of bad holes, the championship might have gone to Hill county soil, for the Whitney crew had on their fighting clothes and threatened to up- set the Bulldogs. Gillum hurled for Meridian, and though he fanned ten, was touched for ten...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 14 September 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE The Meridian Tribune. THE DUNLAP PRINTING CO., PUBLISHERS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Entered at the postoffice in Meridian, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Any erroneous reflection upon the character or standing of any person or firm appearing in these columns will be gladly and promptly corrected upon calling the attention of the management to the article in question. SUBSCRIPTION RATE $1.50 PER YEAR WHAT WILL BOSQUE DO? Texas' Centennial -Exposition in 1936 will be held in Dallas. That city submitted the highest bid for the main attraction, with which it is hoped to lure thousands of visitors to Texas during the year marking the one hundredth anniversary of Texas independence. Now that one particular city has shouldered the burden of staging the main attraction, it is hoped there will be no lessening of enthusiasm on the part of other cities, counties and towns in the Centennial movement. No Texan should get the impression that the Centennial is to be a fan- d...

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