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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 23 November 1934

[E MERIDIAN TRIBUNE IREDELL NEWS AND VIEWS FROM REGULAR CORRESPONDENT Mr. Grissom, of Dublin, visited Mr. and Mrs. Dick Evans here this week. Miss Josie Harris, of Mt. Zion community, spent Thursday after- noon with Miss Stella Jones. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Hewett and Mr. and Mrs. Norwood, of Dallas, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Miller Wednesday, returned home Thursday. Mrs. Minnie Piper and daughter, of Anson, came in Friday for a visit to her mother, Mrs. Ceburn Golden. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bryan and chil- dren have rooms with Mrs. Agnes W eeks. Dave Chaffin, of Dallas, spent the week-end here. Noah Daves, of Cleburne, and Floyd Daves, of Wichita Falls, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Daves. Albert Mize is visiting his mother in Abilene. Mrs. T. N. Savage, of Houston, is visiting her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Word Main. Mrs. J. L. Goodman spent the week-end in Hico. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Myers and daughter, Joyce Deane, and Mrs. Watson Miller and children, of Dallas, spent the past Sunday here...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 23 November 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Which a Postal Money Order or Your Personal Check? Are postal money orders better than checks? Let's see. . . . To buy a money order, you must go to the post office. You must fill out an application blank for each order. A $1.00 money order costs 6 cents, and if it is for $65.00 the fee is 20 cents. Then, too, the largest money order you can buy is for $100. Money order receipts are small, confusing, easily mislaid— in which case it may take time and trouble to prove payment of a disputed bill. Contrast this with the advantages of paying your bills "by check" make them out anywhere they become the best receipt . . . they give you "business standing" . . . and when you keep a reason- able balance in your account in keeping with the checks you draw, they don't cost you anything. The Farmers State Bank MERIDIAN, TEXAS MiiiiiiniHMiuiHHHiiiiiiimniiiiHimuiUHumiumimmimimmuHiiunmir Locals and Personals | "I know not what the truth may be | I'll tell it as 'twas told to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 30 November 1934

f ► The Meridian Tribune 41ST YEAR, NO. 27 Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County MERIDIAN, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 30, 1934 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR FOOTBALL MENU SERVEDJlT GAP Turkey Day Game Looks Like Hard One. Chief on the program of Thanks- giving Day attractions, aside from the customary turkey dinner, is the football game between Meridian High School and Cranfills Gap High school at Cranfills Gap. The game begins at 2:30 o'clock, and several hundred local fans are expected to accompany the local team to the Gap. The contest is an important one, and promises to be a hard-fought, close con/test. Cranfills Gap has twice tied the Whitney team, and the latter has tied the Meridian team. Meridian is undefeated in Class C. competi- tion, and by winning from, the Gap will have* a good claim to the champ- ionship honors of this section of the district. Santa Claus to Make Customary Personal Appearance in Meridian Merdidian High School defeated the Moody High team here last Fri- da...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 30 November 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE The Meridian Tribune. 1HE 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 For a Real Thanksgiving. Dr. John W. Brown, State Health Officer, has asked all citizens of Texas to give some thought to health, both personal and public, on this Thanksgiving Day. The original Thanksgiving was held by the Colo- nies for the purpose of giving thanks for their heath. Great advances in the treatment and prevention of disease have been made since that first Thanksgiving. Yellow (fever, plague, and cholera' have practically ceased to exist. Smallpox, diphtheria, and typhoid can be eliminated as a cause of death if a person will have himself and chi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 30 November 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE ▼ I t IREDELL NEWS AND VIEWS FROM REGULAR CORRESPONDENT J. L. Tidwell, who is attending federal court in Waco, spent the week-end at home. Rev. and Mrs. Nation were in Waco Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Summeral, of Black Stump community, are the porud parents of a 10-pound baby girl that came Nov. 20. The young parents have the best wishes of their friends. Misses Beatrice and Nina Loader and Misses Orville Nystel and Lafayette Sullivan spent Sunday in Dallas with Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Loader. Alva Post, of Stephenville, visited Mi', and Mrs. Scales Friday. Mrs. Ed Dunlap returned Friday from Hillsboro, where she has been with her uncle, Mr. Bonds, who is very ill. He was some better and she came home, but Sunday she got a phone message to come back as he was only alive. She left on the train Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hughes and children spent Sunday in Dublin with her sister, Mrs. Jack Noel and hus- band. Miss Wilda Hensley returned to Whitney Tuesday ev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 30 November 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE THINK FIRST OF YOUR iBEPSSffifSl ISHSMES^k- OWN COMMUNITY This is your community. You live here. Probably you own a home or have business interests here. In some manner, what you have or what you earn comes from this community. Therefore, you have a personal interest in the prosperity of your community. Also, you have a plain duty as a citizen to do what you can to promote local welfare. You help when you buy from your neighborhood merchants. You help when you deposit money in the local bank, because the bank is the chief agency by which home money is kept circulating for home good. « One of the best ways to work for your own interests is to boost com- munity interests. The Farmers State Bank MERIDIAN, TEXAS CACKLES From the New Packing House vaaiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiuuiw' | Locals and Personals f | "I know not what the truth may be I I'll tell it as 'twas told to me." A. B. Poston, of Valley Mill...

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

5 1 i he Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 41ST YEAR, NO. 28 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, DECEMBER 7, 1934 PRICE $4.50 A YEAR DISTRICT COURT OPEN TERM HERE 17 Indictments Turned In by Grand Jury. Win/ter term of District Court con- vened Monday morning, with Judge 0. B. McPherson, of Cleburne, pre- siding and District Attorney Penn J. Jackson, of Cleburne, representing the State. The Grand Jury was empaneled and is composed of the following: Omer Robinson, Clifton, foreman; Tilden Hastings, Meridian; W. B. Port, Clifton; Orus Solberg, Merid- ian; E. A. Koonsman, Iredell; Helmer Aars, Clifton; Dury Helm, Clifton; D. V. Poston, Valley Mills; C. C. Buckingham, Walnut Springs; G. W. Mallory, Clifton; H. C. Graves, Ire- dell ; Antone Staehe, Clifton. M. L. Crab tree, of Meridian, was elected foot-bailiff and the consta- bles of the county are ridi'ng-bailiffs. The grand jury was in seslsion un- til Wednesday afternoon when 17 bills of indictments were returned ...

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

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE The Meridian Tribune. VHE 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 th^ article in question. SUBSCRIPTION RATE $1.60 PER YEAR Bankhead Act Referendum Discussed. "County committees of Cotton Production Control Association will be in charge of the Bankhead Act referendum to determine whether or not .the provisions of the Bankhead Act will be continued for the crop year 1935-36," according to A. L. Smith, special agent in cotton for the Extension Service. "The central question involved is whether farmers feel that the ad- justment of cotton production under the voluntary contracts is sufficient to meet the requirements of the present emergency or whether they want the mechanism afforded in t...

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

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE > 1 •ELL NEWS AND VIEWS FROM REGULAR rnpppsPONDENT Miss Minnie Dearing, who has been visiting here uncle, Mr. Dearing for six weeks, returned to her home in Ft. Worth- Saturday. Mrs. Willie Schoemacher and daughter and Mrs. Rema Davis and children, of Meridian, spent Thursday with relatives. Mrs. Mary Squires returned Friday from a visit to relatives in Ft. Worth. Her sister-in-law, Mrs. Brewer and daughter, brought her home. Mrs. Strong, Mrs. Amy Cunning- ham and son, Herbert, Roy Laurence and Dorothy Jack Weeks spent the Thanksgiving holidays in San Antonio. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cunningham came with them to visit a While. His parents are working. Mrs. R. V. Wilson, of Brecken- ridge, is visiting her mother, Mrs. A. N. Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Scott brought her but went back. Miss Mary Heyroth is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Beatrice Ogleby in Kil- gore. Mr. and Mrs, Tom Hurt and chil- dren, of Dallas, spent Thursday with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Alle...

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

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE FRIENDSHIP- Has not taken a downward course in the last few years. If its status has changed at all it has been to rise to new heights. Or perhaps we appreciate friendships today because some material things have proven less than we thought they were. "A friendly bank where you'll feel at home' 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 s |«UIUIIIIUIIIIIIIIIItlllllIIIIIIII|||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||f|||||||nil|||||||||||i||||||ir | Locals and Personals | I "I know not what the truth may be | I'll tell it as 'twas told to me." 1 mi? Albert Pylant, of Iredell, was a visitor here Wednesday. Need a floor mat? Drive in to Gandy's One-Stop Service. ade M<o;se Cottingham, of near Dalhart, and his sister, Mrs. Hunt Barry, of Olney, visited Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Cair- ruth Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Philen, Jr., of Brown...

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

The Meridian Tribune r f Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 41ST YEAR, NO. 29 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, DECEMBER 14, 1934 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR LEMENS SPEAKS ON BRAZOS ACT Project Now Rests in the Hands of Congress. Purposes of the Brazos River Con- servation act and what it will mean for Texas were explained by Vernon Lemens, flotorial representative from the district including Bosque county, in an address at Cleburne Wednes- dsv, at a meeting sponsored by the women's Good Government League of Cleburne. One or more dams along the Bosque county banks of the Brazos is proposed in the bill, and the proposition is of much interest to the people of this county. Urging the people to write and petition their congressmen and sena- tors in behalf of the forthcoming measure in Congress, Mr. Lemens de- clared that the legislature has gone as far as it can and that it is now up to congress at its January session to pro- vide federal funds for the work. Advantages of the project, if it...

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

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE I I The Meridian Tribune. l'HE 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 The Huey Long Menace. The political tumoil which has been raging dn Louisiana ever since Huey Long1, the emotionally unstable leader of that State has been in power, is a menace which bids fair to spread throughout the country if the people will not take him seriouly. To a cer- tain extent this red-headed demago- gue has clowned his way to power. The people looked on. They laughed with him and laughed at him. And now they find that he is the one who is doing the laughing. For he has im- posed a dictatorship on the State of Louisiana with himself at the head. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 14 December 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE IREDELL NEWS AND VIEWS if I i i Mr. and Mrs. Howard Myers, of Dallas, spent the week-end with Mrs. J. S. Miller and family. Mr. and Mi*s. Guy Jones, of Ft. Worth, spent Sunday with his sister, Miss Stella Jones. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, assisted by Mrs. Kitty Strong, and Mrs. Nola Freeman, surprised Mr. and Mrs. Tom Strange with a miscellaneous shower, Dec. 4. A large number of Aileen's friends had gathered when Mr. and Mrs. Strange were brought in and told to follow the ringing of the bell. They did so and were led to the hiding places of many beauti- ful and useful gifts. After the pack- ages were all opened the hostess served the guests with a plate con- sisting of chicken salad sandwiches, cake and coffee. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Frank Wiseman, Mrs. Hallde Norton, Miss Geraldine Bur- den, all of JHico, Mrs. Jamerson and daughter, of Fairy. A fine time was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Dane Bullock passed away Saturday might. A more extended notice will appear next ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 14 December 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE WE WILL MEET YOU £UWB> «0Kjgmm* ON ANY SAFE ROAD Good borrowers, who are capable of meeting their obligations at the agreed time, are an asset to any bank and any community. Men with con- fidence, ability, character and fore- sight will help to make business re- covery a present fact—not merely a future hope. With such men, and the enter- prises managed by them, this bank desires to co-operate to the utmost. It will be a pleasure to talk mat- ters over with you frankly at any time. We are ready to travel with you over any safe road. The Farmers State Bank MERIDIAN, TEXAS | Locals and Personals | | "I know not what the truth may be I I'll tell it as 'twas told to ma." I •'•"■I"" mi minim niiiiiiiiiin? Wintz Belcher attended the foot- ball banquet at Morgan Friday 'night. Mrs. Gales, of Morgan, was a re- cent guest of Mrs. H. D. Wintz. Rev. C. E. Poe was in Taylor several days this week o'n business. Mrs. A. R. Dunlap and little daugh- ter Norma Dell, returned ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 21 December 1934

41ST YEAR, NO. 30 The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County MERIDIAN, TEXAS, DECEMBER 21, 1934 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR CLIFTON GETS COUNTY MEET Judge York Resigns as Director General. Clifton will again be the site of the Bosque County Interscholastic League meet, and Supt. W. A. York, who was chosen director general at *"he recent teachers' meeting, has re- sito^ed the place. O. E. Pierson, principal of Clifton Public school, has been recommended to Roy B. Hend- erson, state interscholastic league director, for appointment to succeed Judge York. These were the high-lights of a meeting of the executive committee of the county interscholastic league held Saturday at the county superin- tendent's office here, taken from the report of Miss Iva Mae Lacy, of Wal- nut Springs, secretary. The following member's participat- ed: W. D. Raley, Clifton, director of declamation. J. M. Larkin, Valley Mills, direc- tor athletics. Aubrey Shannon, Eulogy, director of ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 21 December 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE 1 The Meridian Tribune. 1HE 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 ^iiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiimiiniiimiiiiiiuiiiiMiiiiiiniiiimiiinuiiiiiimiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiMCMiiiimiiuMiiniiiiiinmiiiiiiiiiuir* Keeping Up With the Neighbors \ THE XMAS SPIRIT. We wonder if there are any little ones in Meridia'n community who will be disappointed on Christmas morn by the failure of Old Santa Claus to be able to make his visit to them? Or any grown-ups to whom the day won't bring at least a small portion of good cheer? * Wouldn't it be a fine thing of every citizen would accept the responsibility of giving something to someone less fort...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 21 December 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE ► T IREDELL NEWS AND VIEWS Paul Patterson and Charlie Koons- man were in Ft. Worth Thursday. Mrs. P. T. Laswell is in Temple where she underwent an operation. Her friends hope she will make a speedy recovery and soon be home. Mr. and Mrs. Davis Tidwell have moved to the farm of Marvin Tid- well, as Marvin a'nd wife have moved to Hico. James Wyche, who is working in Palo Pinto county, came home for a visit of a few days. Alfred Sadler, of Oklahoma City, is here visiting relatives. Miss Martha Glover has returned from a visit to the plains. Mrs. Mary Wyche was in Waco Thursday. Miss Thelma Carter, of Hico, visit- ed Mrs. Patterson here Thursday. ■Ray Sadler and two other men were in Jim^ Davis' car Tuesday and a truck hit them and almost demolish- ed the car. None of the occupants were hurt. The People's store has moved to the building formerly occupied by the bank. Mrs. Van Wilson has returned to her home in Breckenridge after a few weeks' visit with her mother, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 21 December 1934

THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Cl MlwL&itviaA SfvouaAt eACH year we witness the re- curring miracle of a world temporarily transformed by the spirit of Christmas. At the approach of this holiday season people think less about their individual differences, and more about their common interests and welfare. . . . Why should this transformation be temporary? Why must a world, groping in the darkness of innumerable problems, emerge briefly into the narrow band of Christmas light and warmth, only to stumble back into darkness again? The greatest need of the world today is the growth of an all-year Christmas spirit of good-will and co-operation. It would solve most of the problems of the future. . . . It is in this spirit that we wish you a Merry Christmas, and a full and Happy New Year. The Farmers State Bank MERIDIAN, TEXAS I Locals and Personals f i "I know not what the truth may be I I'll tell it as 'twas told to me." Evening Star- Telegram delivered, 10c a week. Chas. Earl and Bob Avirett....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 28 December 1934

1 A i The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 41ST YEAR, NO. 31 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, DECEMBER 28, 1934 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR DROUTH CATTLE BUYING ENDS DEC. 31; ANYONE ELIGIBLE SELL Quick Action Necessary to Get Benefit. Recent changes in the Bosque county drouth relief rulings make it possible for a producer1 to sell his cattle to the Government regardless of whether he has ever signed up for sale or not, states C. L. Wilson, Bosque County Drouth Director. This simply meants that if a cat- tle owner desires to sell cattle, he may do so by contacting Mr. Wilson who will tell him when he may dis- pose of his cattle. The Emergency Drouth Relief Pro- gram closes December 31, according to information received in the office of the County Drouth Director. Therefore, if a man wishes to sell his cattle, he should indicate it im- mediately since there is only a short time until the closing date unless an extension of time is made. In order to concentrate the catt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 28 December 1934

the meridian tribune Happy New Year WE THANK YOU, Our Friends. ' i \ We appreciate your hearty co-operation during the past. It has been a pleasure to serve you, May these pleasant associations continue through the New Year and the years to come. Lawson & Sons Ginners, Grain Dealers MERIDIAN, TEXAS The Meridian Tribune. t'HE 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 THE NEW YEAR. In many' respects, the year 1934 was a banner one. Citizens of Me- ridian can look back tQ it as the year in which it saw notable progress take form. Most noteworthy of the dreams which came true were: Merid- ian State Park became a thing of value and beauty beyond the ea...

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