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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 2 January 1931

TBI CALD ew Year ions ,^ew. Yew resolutions are usually Ir ?1 ,oUw try to live ahead <tfschedule. They are so busy planning s what they are GOING TO DO that they overtec* what they should BE DOING. Yesterday is g o n e. Tomorrow y oever comes, So, this TODAY is ail the tpne we really have. If we do our level best today, the FUTURE IS ASSURED. " We resolve TO SERVE YOU WELL EACH DAY. CALDWELL NATIONAL BANK Capital and Surplus $150,000.00 T7 Chriesman Couple Married During X'mas Holidays During the recent holiday season, a very pretty, though quiet wedding was said on December 20, at the Methodist Parsonage which united in holy wedlock Mr. H. T. Odstrcil and Miss Ruth Boedeker, Rev. W. E. Hassler reading the ritual which united the popular young couple of the Chriesman community. The parents of the bridal couple live in Chriesman, and after a brief honey- moon, they expect to make their home in Chriesman also The best wishes of their mapy friends attend them on their new adventure ...

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 — 9 January 1931

THE And The Burleaoi County Ledger i BnrlMMM Co. Ledger, Val 4ft, No. 4t A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEÍAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1931. The Caldwell Now*. VoL 4. No. %. RROW FOR CONFERENCE Editor's Column J County Bank Deposits Show General news of interest has been hard to get this week, about a hard as any week we have experienced. There has been considerable going on around about in a way, but it was featureless news generally speaking. * * * • With the ideal weather that existed, everybody apparently has been busy winding up the past year's business, and urranging to start off this year. This wa particularly true of mer- chants and farmers. • • • • Business men have been engaged taking inventories—figuring their profits ami losses. Farmers have be- come engaired starting their crops. • • • • A- a consequence there has been very little time for other activities. * * • Very few changes seem t...

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 — 9 January 1931

*rláajr. I. litl TBI CALDWELL NEWS in* that all food products contain- ing glucose should be marked on the SLANti There is nothing new under the A smart scholar has been dig- ging into the classics of literature and finds many expressions which are generally regarded aa strictly modern slang are hundreds of years old. Alexander Pope, for example, the English poet who died in 1744, originated the expression "nobody hoxn~" to signify an empty-minded person. Dean Swift, lamed as the author of "Gulliver's Travels," !e- acrlbed a middle-aged woman as "no chicken." The phrase "twenty-three," in the of "it"s your turn to disappear," comes from Charles Dickens. In "A aensc Tale of Two Cities" Sydney Carton, the hero, is awaiting his turn to go to the guillotina, in the French Revo- lution. The old women, knitting, call off the numbers as the executioner's victims pass. "Twenty-three," they call, and Carton is led to his death. About the only "modem" slang that is really modern is derived fr...

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 — 9 January 1931

TBI CALWIU NIWI Frtiay, THIRD PARTY PROPONENTS IN TEXAS FACE ROUGH WEATHER Democratic Party May Split on Reefs of Prohibi- tion; Republicans Ride Safe at Anchor By GORDON K. SHEARER (United Press Staff Correspondent) AUSTIN, Jan. 8. (UP).—Prospects for a thu-d party in Texas are not flourishing. Congressman Harry J. Wurzbach of the Fourteenth Texas District, lone Republican congressman from the state, has announced that he will stand by the regular Republican organization though he has been opposed by both its national committeemen. Rene Creager, of Brownsville, and by State Republican Chairman Eugene Nolte, who is his townsman at Seguin. With Wurzbach refusing to lead a bolt, the Republican party seems safe from a split in the next cam- paign. On the Democratic side, a posi- bility exists of division over prohi- bition. The last campaign indicated that the drys held that issue superior to party allegiance when they voted for Hoover, who carried the state by 373,822 to Smith's 355,7...

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 — 9 January 1931

t. IM1 THE CALDWELL NEWS THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger C. B. CKOilAETtB. Editor and Publisher at the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, under -^n!y V&K bj[ the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, m Back and Main Streets, Caldwell, Texas. - - Subscription 1 Year: In County $1.60; Out of County *2.00 Rates, per inch. i, per line 25c 10c LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this head ■MM be accompanied by the cash payment personally guaranteed by the ■ttorney placing such notices upon presentatur of statement. This paper MB no longer accept for publication such matter and wait until estates are settled up or cases finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of 19 cents per line of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and § cents per line for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. How the Government Helps One hundred and sixteen million dollars for public works, forty-five millions for the relief of farme...

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 — 9 January 1931

TU CALDWatL NKWS THE EDITORIAL DIGEST A Concise Review of the Opinions of Texas Newspaper Editors Upon the Problems of the Day By GEORGE 1. SEITZ EAST TEXAS COMES BACK ¡ It was in East Texas that the firtst Anglo-Saxon settlements took root and flourished. It was from East Texas that the frontier was giad- ' ually pushed westward. It was upon East Texas that the frontiersmen fell hack, time and time again, v. hen special misfortune or disaster threat- ened. Kast Texas was rich in natural re- souko. From its forests whs hew- ed the lumi'er which housed the rapidly spreading civilization of the state. It was the storehouse of a growing mpire. Oldest Sixth-Grader There came a day, however, when Ea.-t Texan, 1 ik - an old man, had depleted its strength and vitality. Its lands were emaciated, its forests had hcen cut-over. For almost a century ' it had given of its strength to its ' children. It ceased to develop. But now East Texas is coming ' hack. It has ¡H'«-n discovered that land ca...

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 — 9 January 1931

. INI TBS CALDWELL N1W9 «BCOND INSTALLMENT t G . who work, in ■•e* «hop, lies abed late. Magi and r- - ■■■." «• ww won in i i"'*' ab.d ut«. Maggie *• I*1 family breakfast be- Uaem h« «tarts out to her job in the Five-and-Ten-Cent Store. MOW GO ON WITH THE STORY— Life scrambled along somehow in •* Washington Avenue cottage, and •unoefe every day there was a funeral aomewhere worth seeing. Minnie Johnson, forty-six years old, Mkm* funerals. "Mamma'11 give up the funeral of ■f oldest friend, if there happens to be a bigger one on the same day!" Maggie asserted delightfully. And yet she considered the disihal tendency as rather admirable in her mother, and when there were de- fective black gloves or ribbonq or veils marked down far below cost, at the Mack, she always brought her mother fresh supplies of them. This morning she parted from her father, as usual, before the swinging doors of the general post office, to the much more inviting scene pre- sen tod by the Mack. There were life, ...

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 — 9 January 1931

THE CAL0WW4. NEWS ! • • * ,0 1* 1* ' PrUty, Juraúy «.'INT TEXAS PIONEERS IN TEACHERAGES CARE OF PEDAGOGUES STARTED IN 1H60 AUSTIN, Jan. 8. (UP).-^-Texa may sink low in the seali'R of educa- tion generally, but it is> getting other states an example in caring for teachers. Figures compiled by W. M. Eilets of the Stnt ' ik'|iartment of Eduui- tion "how Lhat the state has 1425 "teacherages" valued at $2,000,000, A "teacluiage" i- t.. tca-her what ;i pui'-onnge it to a parson. The compilation show that Texas not only ri.nl:.- first in the mini'": and value of teacher ! -nies, iaiilt. arid maintained by the .-ihool <l¡<- trivts, but Texa- was also the pioneer in (hi line. While Mhooimasters were bcin^ boarded about in other .-tate.-. the Blum school district in Ouudalupe county, decided when it got a good teacher, tin way to keep him vas to make him comfortable. They built him a teacherage. That was in 18(50. Edinhurg, Hidalgo county, has the most expensive teacherage. It cost $...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 9 January 1931

I- TU CALO WILL NIW8 Sound, Conservative Assets over $600,000.00 Under Supervision of United States Banking Department CALDWELL NATIONAL BANK Capital and Surplus*9150,000.00 ¿ J. W. Schiller Home Is Scene of Turkey Dinner Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Schiller enter- tained a group of their special friends with a six o'clock turkey dinner Fri- day. This was a very pleasant enter- tainment. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jancik, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Talash, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schweda, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Skra- banek, Misses Benita Piwetz, Lillian Eberhardt, Annie Schiller, Mrs. Joe Schiller, Parker Oliver, Alvin Schiller and R. W. Linack. o- Mound Prairie The holidays have passed and. things have again settleJ down to nor?-\al condition. Many New Year resolutions have been made—alas—to be broken, for it is ever thus from year to year. i Schools have re-opened, with a good ! attendance, and nuich enthusiasm is I being manifested By teachers and i pupils and they are vising with each ' other t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 16 January 1931

. rpuF inri And The Burl The Caldwell News, VoL 4, No. A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. „ nCAL^WELLrBlJltLESÓ^^OÚÑTT, TTBXASTFR 1PAY, JANUABY16,193L ■ MEETgt OFFARMERS Co-ops Here Give the Federal Marketing Act Stamp of Approval MEMBERS VOICE SATISFACTION WITH SERVICE Attempted Efforts To Discredit Farm Board and Association Frowned Upon KsunfK ora Copies Ordered Forwarded To DalluH Office and to Each Senator and Congressman The Texas Cooperative Cotton Mar- keting? Association unci the Fed ¡al Cooperative Marketing Act., were both endorsed and commended with firmness Saturday afternoon at a mid-reason conference of members and friind- of the local association, held here. There wit.- no mincing of word? a', any time during the meet' injr. Those pre.-ent cam-' in earnest, t«i hear and !><• hennl, and throughout the meeting various members rose to their feet when presented the oppor- tunity and told how tin- associatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 16 January 1931

Friday, Janvy It, 1911 TBI CALDWELL NEWS .--■i • j£ -Ofe ggf M: m if mv SHEETING Bleached and Unbleached 23c yard JANUARY I Clean Sweep FREE! Valuable Gifts will be given with every purchase of $3.00 Buy Mow! Supply your Winter need* and Save $ Ladies' Rayon Bloomers, special SALE Clean Sweep 2 BIG DAYS2 FRIDAY and SATURDAY This is Your Opportunity to Save We have gone over our stock and have made further reductions, in order to clear our entire stock, prior to taking inventory. FREE! Valuable Gifts will be given away with every purchase of $3.00 Clearance of Ladies* Dress- es, $9.95 to 14.95, now $5.9S OUR LOSS YOUR GAIN Men's Fancy Silk Hose, 5 pr. $1 Ladies* Kayser Silk Hose Regular $1.50 and $1.95 values Comforts and Blankets $1.19 Ribbed Hose, all colors , While they last- $1.49 Ladies* Hats Just received a big shipment newest styles, values up to $1.95 SPECIAL MEN'S WORK SHOES FANCY GINGHAMS Yard wide—10 yards $1.00 CHILDREN'S HOSE As low as A jC pair The prices quoted in this...

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 — 16 January 1931

...... . . ... ira cALomnx raws Sheriffs Sale BY VIRTUE of a certain order of sale ¡«sued out of the District Court of Payette County, Texas, by the Clerk thereof on the 9th day of De- cember, 1030, in a certain cause wherein the First National Bank of La Grange, Texas, is Plaintiff, and L. J. Speckels, Rosa Lee Womack and J. S. Womack are Defendants and E. D. Hamner is Intervener, said judg- ment being in favor of the Plaintiff and against the Defendant L. J. Speckels for the sum of Two Thousand Three Hundred Thirty- seven and 20-100 ($2,337.20) Dollars, together with interest thereon from November 18, 1930, at the rate of seven per cent per annum, and costs of suit, and for foreclosure of the Plaintiff's lien as hereinafter pro- vided, and in favor of the Defendant Rosa Lee Womack against the De- fendant L. J. Speckels for the sum of One Thousand Six Hundred Eighty- two and 38-100 ($1,682.38) Dollars, with interest thereon at the rate of seven per cent per annum from November 18, ...

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 — 16 January 1931

TBI CALDWELL NSWt I THECALDW ellnews ■ Burleson County Ledger C. B. CROMARTIE. Editor tod Publisher -ft* o .J2*tt*r ** the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, under • 187i. ' ^ythe Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, and Main Streete, Caldwell, Texas. Subscription 1 Year: In County $1.50; Out of County . $2.00 26c 10c Rural Boys and Girls- (Continued from page one) ■I* ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this head guaranteed by the lent. This paper . unHl estates are up or casas finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of per line of 8 point type will, be charged for the first insertion and ampanied by the cash payment personally guarant sing such notices upon presentathr of statement, r accept for publication such matter and wait until ~— ■ 1 rv,,iv |*v « ut w vuaigcu tut n ; auov hipv* n^u eents per line for each subsequent insertion for all lege! advertising. Co-ops Give Approval— (Continued from page one) the day to attend the meeting, left town before...

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 — 16 January 1931

the caldwell nbw Buy Your Chicks : Meeting of Farmers— Close To Home (Continued from na#e one) w p ui.unto.vu tha* .itt! timbered country, its coastal a a ii r ii' nuA prairie, and its blackland soils are A. & M. College, Poultry Department capable of development into money- Records of Texas F® t making permanent pastures. The re- test fir the oaít ten ; Cürds of the teadin* PMturea in the cords in the show room hv T v«¡! rccent 1<trmantnt. Pasture Demon- istipu ¿dis 4sLT3aUtohF ertel1 that pouUrymon can ífet "e TS Jfial fcrkSs foundation stock close to home "-cultiTral «*>«*■ 10fiQ Aflu| Vol^Von page 375,' of the cord of Burleson County, 1 washing teiftp!, o D. .1924, ***>> ML say. ami East mmerce agri- pejriod, ed «|ate moots <et the fce*t They want the farmers of Burleson KS-TGffi2® "p"-«."WhS i n ted h totes in the three Texas The mwtin i« f„r m «'..,....1 For the past decade, J*exas breeders Í county to take up the plan and aré - the property of .aid ve «(imn...

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 — 16 January 1931

s*r By KATHLEEN TBS CALDWELL N*WS THIRD INSTALLMENT • w£?!f iohn*OIV w,h08e f ther is _# á^L Li ' w the domestic drudge "~iblc home where her mother except bemoan the fact •■een better days" and Lia, who works in a «hop, lies abed late. Maggie ■aa to get the family breakfast be- fore she starts out to her job in the Fiee-and-Ten-Cent Store. There's a new boy at the Five-and- Ten, Joe Grant. He tells Maggie that has has been assigned to work as her helper in the stock room. He seems rattier dumb, but Maggie helps him through his first day at the store and shares her lunch with him in a cubby- hole of a place that belongs to a mattress factory next door to the Five-and-Ten. NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY— "Oh, sure I do! I read it in a paper," she said, beginning on her own milk, and talking through, or around, the straws. "You have to eat iron and starch and—and fos- ters," she said, somewhat uncertain of the last word. "Iron and starch and—what?" he asked, fishing for the extraordinary wo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 16 January 1931

ni CALDWELL NKW8 Ffiday, Juiwi lf> IM1 My Best Girl— 4 (Continue)! from page six) morning, sir, and your—your very emphatic remarks to me, sir, on the subject of your parents'—ahem!— attitude, and then your not returning last night or to-day, either for lunch- eon or dinner "I'm all light, Allen, and you were a brick to be on the job to let me in. I'm late because I n;ot H job." ••Vmi mean you really are working, Mr. Joe?" "I i-un 1 really am." "V hi're not goiiitf back to college, sir'.'" "Not on your lif- '" "Why, but look here, sir." pleuded tin- i.lder man, distressed, "your father never meant a w >rd he said yesteiday morning, nor your mother, either." "Allen," Joe interrupted, slipping his arms into the dressing gown the man held ready behind him, "can you keep a <ecret. ?" "Anything you told me in confi- dence, sir— — " he began reluctant- ly "Well, then listen. I've got a job in the Mack Merrill Department Stores the Eighth Street one." "A jot in the Mack Merrill St...

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 — 16 January 1931

A« « , \ TBI CALDW1U. NBW8 All You Earn barrtar bttvaca «yoa nd ¿{straw, be Mad* to coatributc to the yeora 8Urt Savia* Now! Get the Habit! NATIONAL BANK and Surplus $150,000*00 We Invite You To Attend the FREE FORD Show ! To Be Held At Brenham January 19th and 20th 10:00 A. M. TO 10:00 P. M. Save a trip to Detroit. See and hear talking picture— "A Trip Throug-h the Ford Plant" See the Ford Car sawed in two—also a complete line of NEW FORD CARS FREE!—Big Tent Exhibition—FREE! CADE AUTO COMPANY CALDWELL, TEXAS Girls' Volley Ball Club Organized The girls of the Caldwell High School have organized a volley ball club. In their first meeting January 6, 1931, the following officers were elected: President, Mary Novotny, who is also acting as captain at present; secretary-treasurer, Floreen Burney, and reporter, Lucille Dalchau. The following girls reported for practice Thursday afternoon: Florine Hawthorne, Ruby Broadwell, Floreen Burney, Lucille Dalchau, Mary Novotny, Marie Valigura, Ann...

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 — 23 January 1931

<*..V THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. Bufl—on Co. M|«r, Vol. 45, No. 42. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 23, 1931. Tho CaJdweM Nova. VoL 4, N 4. PETITION TO ENFORCE THE DIPPING UNÍS BUSINESS FIRM ! STATE SHOWS HERE ROBBED OF GAIN OF MORE $427.20 WORTH THAN MILLION Entrance Gained Through Sky Light and Big Cigarette Haul Made Of the 245 Counties, 17<i Showed An Increase While 69 Lost In Population HIM TIME H It MMTHS MEM E UKST CITY Total Lohh Here Over $1,100.00; Same Population of Texas' Metropolis Set Firms In Bryan Robbed Lately at 292,352, a Gain of 111.4 of Large Amount ' Per Cent Friday night an unapprehended thief or bunch of thieves gained their entrance through u skylight in the Lawrence Wholesale Grocery estab- lishment here. and made a tremendous haul of cigarettes, Vick's Vapor Rui and flashlight batteries. The Iosh totaled $127.20. A rop...

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 — 23 January 1931

Jm *■ % KATHLEEN, t fourth installment _lle Johnson, whose father is a -T-earner, is the domestic drudge ■ mehunible where her mother little except oemoan the fact she has "seen better days" and ~ sister, Lijs, who works in a beauty wop, lies abed late. Maggie has to Vjit the family breakfast before she amrts out to her job in the Five-and- Ten-Cent Store. _ There's a new boy at the Five-and- Ten, Joe Grant. He tells Maggie that ■e has been assigned to work as her BMper in the stock room. He seems satoer du mo, but Maggie helps him through his first day at the store ■nd shares her lunch with him in a cubby-hole of a place that belongs to * mattress factory next door to the Fhre-and-Ten. _W ey are looking over some cheap picture cards. One of them has a motto that strike's Maggie's fancy. **The way to bejin the ideal life is to begin." She and joe talk about that and Joe is surprised that the girl bos higher standards than he had auapected. When he goes home that aiffht he is thinkin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 23 January 1931

TU CALMTHA NUTS n im Providence Notes Annie V vr , Eighth Grade Our community was visited by a heavy rain Saturday, January 10. All of the pupils of our school are busy preparing their mid-term ex- aminations. Our classmate, Selma Dworsky, has been absent from school for several days on account of illness. William Loehr, one of the sixth grade pupils, trapped a blackbird which had a tag attached to his right leg, stating that he was sent out from the Biological Survey at Wash- ington. D. C. He has written to them and is anxiously awaiting an answer concerning facts about the bird. The boys have succeeded in fixing the goal*, and lining off the basket ball court. Mr. M. Hare, the County Superin- tendent, and Mr. King, the County Demonstrator, visited our school, and organised the 4-H club Monday. Mi.->s Maurine Calvin spent several day:- in Houston visiting relatives. Mis.-* Rosalie Greene spent the week-end of last week in Pitts bridge with her sitter, Mrs. Jasper Montal- bano. M...

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