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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 August 1929

IjlBIIHBfflHTSlTfWln^^ Willi ffw MMWiMMTCiiMMifcw 'iiWhIk ' l fffwci H Arthur If mtk- to entertain the " Mid Mr. C 1*. r hot*la ktn Whicfc |wr Tkt V- «i ha mm M run frrk. m*m- ■pt* bl- and many Villi*' 'MM will keep Ik* ««!• mm*: With numerous IV craaw n<f ca wFmtm ■ iPl: „• Tk* W. M U. m.t Wednesday for • all day iintli « MNl uu|ey m. Tuesday, and Mf tk* cr*J**r • umtrow band* landing, together of rtUitM and I* It promlaee to PHMhNpt utr- la sewing far Bueknor'i Or- TwoMt* completed The «>■***> wltll th« Duncan Wood eoclety Ion naxt Wednesday. ' JV .pumjr frl* da of C. W. Behrook, .'Jrv-^lll be IM to learn (bat Im is recuperating follow In* an operation for appmdjcitu M Crowley beapltal in^HlM Toung ifhrock «u stricken with an acuta a Mark whfl* there Willi •a a vacation Hebert of j riming*. La- who preaehea at the Christian church her* aa the Mret Munday of month, will p roach at the B"uievard church la Baaumoai Sunday evening Mrs- J. M. Bradley left Thursday far a trtptt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 August 1929

f." 'V To mm. I *X IXiNIiON, A«*. St. (API— Possi- bility adtu nced in om# circle* here today tjjjit ^Freftirfr Hnmray . MgoOonaM. #(«•■ *rrlvln r In U r- don todny. would numf a hurried dash to The Ha*u . Nethei-I;iiid*, to i-an(H'' with Philip Hnowden. Brltlnh chancellor of the exchequer. and Arthur Henderion, foreign minister, regarding the situation at the rep- arations " co'nferenca there. *%>i;'? % v : Moat ■ M<mrii§WWC; de erH>.-d ' ftM ait tuition at The Hague as one of chaos and cbnftiaion. It waa felt the prime minuter might wish a final observation of the alum lion before deciding finally mrainat In* move whUh wttuld allow it io con- tinue to n profcably successful and. SNOWOKN MAkKS DEMANDS THE HAUUB. Aug. 24. {Alf>— The British poattlon on the Young reparation* plan waa placed before Henri 'Jnnpor, Be%Uwi premtor. to- day in u long tetter from Pttllip Hnowden, Brillab chancellor of the exchequer. whuae uncompromising demand for a greater share of the German ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 25 August 1929

jRH! ^ 1 • 1 . - !:' • . lit TBI 0* • ' ■ p I MSjfflfl I ETTA KETT 7c paM foe at • 4mm i. J ..*1.00 loMrtioM only. Jr- coartaay. >1 •ftor Rndifca- Ctta and Kcr mothir and dad ant J stoppmQ n^ht alon^ toward j IOONCY LAKt — Whart? <a Oood time vSlbc had by •— ■ Slpp?w * i&skmm M^WpW1 'anSl , AC 'jSW'st It's She Fixed'That "Dettil BHB By lllraW THEHiCfi ■L-MP> V<VOOMEOTWt " ON2EO 6OMG TO TAKt MfrTO DSNfeQ. TV4fc MGWT t HAWr . *TO GOTO OooPf- HW WM«S «H 0fi«H\OH THlKttC HO) PAR v E HAS TO DftrtE NoattwrAijotts U*WL NfeNEfiLTRAXtL, THKr Wft TO KfWP A. D^*/ ftfi x OtOari Vouio wrtfttR aoi MM* -tWE cop SMC HtrA A "TlCKlEr "TO APPCAR "WE SAME" TIME I DO/ <££/ HIGH PRESSURE PETE No Sale By SWAN II COOL attractively IfirtBHl. OM. Itt. « Fourth | Orange Cycle Co. Law* Noveri. Oiim. Vk- Irelei. Mr. nMlii <• II years MperuiK In IMtrtl rapalrlaa Tor mow mt. PMUNK 14 I WmT lb 6CT H 500K CALL CP TUL W0(tLD HbOUt M Ttf W*0 <(r otrr., i«a- soo W T TH' -fiction" oerr 1RIIBD a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 August 1929

Mm mMm H"-— M-fl ■ SSftj fH m % 11/; Reports published in the news columns yesterday to the effect; that the Sa- bine - Neches Automobile Club is making an effort to change the ridiculous Texas-Louisiana truck lr- First Women's Air Der- by End Marks Second Air Meet Event . CTJSVfgLAXD, Ohio, Auk. 26. <AP) The scheduled close of the first wo- . , men's derby ever flown marked the cense situation are encour-1 second day'** eventa at the national i«lr races today while the giant checkered pylons at Cleveland air- port again became the marker* for rrttck pilots of the country banking their plane* to the straightaway In nf fir i 1« at'th* closed copre* races. OlilCldiS dl, The lady "birds 1'ed prur other der- bies from widely separated parts of the rountry toward the municipal aiiport from OOlumlius, Ohio. The purtiaiiil, Ore., men's derby pausing overnight at St. Paul, and another ifiiitf stopping at 'Blko. Nev. on the way front Oakland. Calif, ac- counted for the western flights. Fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 August 1929

Ai -«i«M - AHBIHRt —— ........ —BM :«!?"?*!!! y.u ■ mam Billmm At M5A8T, W SEEMS, XHB WAK A very few among us, |por a mo- hesitation, may Identify the nantg^^Hophit. C'hotek. To rathor mora ef w (lie n*W (Tranx Ferdinand will have a famil- iar sound; wasn't he something or other irflh# auat empire of AusJrlg- Hungary? Didn't he get Into trou- ble by marrying « "commoner." One June day IS year* ago, these two Were murdered In • town we'd beard of he<ore. Merajevo, in outlandish place, Bosnia. was It notT And Ik* ether day we read that mm. Freook and British aoWUera, are to be «M of the Bhtne- land, which Is peHher French nor Brit lab territory, by chrlgtnms It la welcome *m It la time the war eoded. and this krlac Us n« step nearer. Mo Me now eeor the long train of evepg* h*a kept alien troops in a friendly oonntrj Awenea". hat* if hard to aadamaM- fkNtk- haWS answMisd that It wag Htptar tho Fwa h war with riassii uatu am lam (mm at m- dewnHf wad paid Britain fena said aba cow 14 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 August 1929

NMwSSHi • ■/•WW. •$$£ . . IP * v.Vi'S • *?.*& "A® iff 11 I *&'•/ a ■"■y ^" «y *^r^r . r Calendar TUreTOAX" m. *. >. w. wai hold ': Jbnslneiw meeting at 7:45 p. m., at tli© church. ; , ; lllemry Gud#er, Jf„ enter- al ftill III Gtovo t'ouutry ... WW>NESI>AY <3. * CUrl« of the llrat church will wieot at 0:30 !>. w., at the church. Fire Guardians' training T HllRSPAY | oman's Missionary no«rle- Flrst, itoptlst el lurch will (ho afternoon In tiaitlug- Uayaka Ouup Kilt* group .11 l o'clock, >~r~r m. ■■ i ■. ■• •* Al'MIMABV ■•Ms ON I'KOTJRAM rs Of the, Lloyd Orubbs the Ainerh-a■> I>-glon auxll- fve Iw. li busy for the past ya completing tho float' for convention nr.il preparing ItUntes. for parade. It *« [■cd this morning: that all [lions hud l uer> completed flout had Immmi curried to thur. limber ot Orangw auxiliary are on the program dur- eonvention. Aiuodk these N. Morris Moore, who will 1 boio at the Hablne district Motlda) evening at the hotel;- Mrs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 26 August 1929

""O'WKRWf. f l^SSal S IM JL FT 8WS^ ■"A :"..... .. . per word am:7 * . - ■■-' , , , , , ^ ^ One ■IPll% Pf to Be niwmwl i on M order, paid for at time order Ps 111 Pf H? Ml! ' —¥" ad.m PiN® -V, '■' . ' *., B«p hoe TOO _ *1.00 lor consecutive Insertion* only. Ir- i mulm Insertions take oDo*tlmo nM, Orders nd Cancellations lor Ckmttk* Advertising to m "tf (T1R Forbidden) most be In writing. No Charee Accoutii r Ad* ordered by telephone we accepted from persons Hated fta the telephone or city dtrctSry on memorandum ehwfi only. In return for this conrteey, advertiser le to remit pi inaptly. - - doetn* Time: B IB a. m. for the current for Bonder edition. Qiini to ehnnge or discontinue advertisements for the enrrent dny'e Iseoe cannot be accepted after 11 n. m. AH ehnncee and cancellations received after thla now will take effect the fellow!m« day. The leader wfll Ktrm careful attention to all ade received ovei the phone but ma not guarantee necaravy of ade ao 4 and SR. k,. PAUl ROBINS mm ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 August 1929

wmmm ;™- r-^— J |;.§i, *"" * • ■"• -■' mmmmm WSKX'''^ " _ _ I .V (Kfe'Si'iS Th* Only N«wapapsr In Omngg . OouBtr. OH. Farm and todtuMgi Mi *'.*,; • .:-."-T*. v.. ^ WHV - -:- 'S - ■ ' *:, ■ ■■ 1 or '/,''_ '*;, /'. \v"f.p^L'. ,'^' V ■'', f 4&i ''a*«M«& aw ;■ ;;■; • ; ■■; j.:>¥ ."; «fp *MHt$ - .... _^ 1 VXTT • 3 XVI _ '.. ..■■.■.■ . . —•■- Li^i '-' ,r--:'- ■ j .IV rV'<n , ORANGE ■■■DUMBER 36 I "iii-VTffnrtwi '^' "'"■■■ - ■imin |MiiiiJ'ti>i S? ■ii|J 1'.'.'?! SHE CO ORANGK WATCHING ZKl'PELIN gffiV ORES PPi^...VA , ENDING TODAY FINAL SECTOR The local tax situation 1# county, school and city- is one that has received ;49 Former Member# of Company C Present In Port Arthur considerable attention of late. We are told that the city has more than enough due it from delinquent tax pay- ers to pay all operating ex- penses for a year. rp* . OranK* ni*n who attended the flt*t I X sl£ COUnty iKIS H COll- .giithvring y«titf rlHy of their huddled siderable amount outstand- ing. The sc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 August 1929

leaving Mr venture. Th— . upon the OX The brought — — i ip|| HOW TO UK * 8VVCKBS Th* Very He*. William U*lph iftfiiihi |-|f: • lVfif m' a# D> ..l'_ n.tk..!..) f-U if>rt logo, dfan of M. Paul'# Cathedral, presented the other day definition of alniai; and lie I natal* that the amount of on* make* haa nothing to do •uccm* or lack Ot H, his defl ia worth studying a bit. I* aim,nwfiit." aaya Dm« writing in the current North Kariaar. "la to Mt< mad* uaa of our Ufe; to aafc what ws k«v«\fot i irraievmal " Til la. te\e aure. la exactly what the sage* of aH limea bare been *ay- i«g far many centuries. but la aa as* where oaa'a bank balance and tfcs I trice of NM'a MMMlir MNtI Ik* goOgro* whereby od«*a achieve- J «ata ire MMtM. It cb«aM> Hke Ahltf. JM.Ora' ia atauach enough, and Ita craw "com"*"*"—"— ftiL ,** Barrinf, the unexpected, Oer- many win soon be taking doaerved credit for the moat am*sing feat In the history of llghter-than-alr craft. That nation has already produced the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 August 1929

I I lipps Ftwt i Missionary sOPte- i Hut iiniMixi church wilt [ th* Mftonioon In ibitla*. * Ourtp H«i puu|i Hi I o'clock. oil\n«;i: curl . I IN N*:u OKLCANN JOaiTl.il'' in Niw Or- wtll b« of Intrroat to a of OraOKr |ivO|>l«,. stncr the Annl«« Jphnaoa, was (or* ruil.Wut uf Orange und a of th* Ortiaif high « h«ol. * adding coromony was p«r- |at I Me hunie <tf Mr. and .Mix. mdry. l«t r and broth*r-ln- lh« bride. with l>r. tV. W. |n I iiing. The horn* HI IIy decora!e>) la an ijuiid- lulnis and radiance riKH I friend* ttatod with fern, which was a teckiround for IIm> arch. ' fas formed of palm*. the ' Immediate family. |«« about forty cyesV* ^n «t- at the curtMiMi)'. J. W Kidd. la a iad 9ul ni unlvanity and la a It fcnalwesa nun «f Mew cm Sir." A*It"Sirs. Taylor Granger rhllil run toy. q M**t il ^TITT- Western i>nrt '..tho atato in Miss Helen McNeil Ja. *|H>ndtnit a few day* In Houston with friends. Mrs. Mubel J'ord and children of Lake Charles, I*., spynl the week- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 27 August 1929

B- •'r• jHPPSn ■■ - I , WHsPluS i RiffS 10-Word oalf. Ir c.fbArt |MM> AA *W Hi • ■ ■- (Mm to (kn kwr wfll take rffwt ek POE KENT or sale by Sept W J*r pl*«* '« Wort Or- uo- Om lid one Ml arroa Phon. <>•• Harrr Clark. UIOI COOL attrsrtlrely (•misted iHfWMl. Oas PkM* Ml, M4 Poortk | oppice PUBKIBHRD iHrtOMl, «M mm. mm*. fit Hi ■mmWBM.-' mtputf after II a. ecrelvMl after tkls lai. The ImMtar H Malta* Heaaua la aeai Have tkat (as Jneperted b an IwrtM Orange Cycle Cc wb rtx anything IOT abort Mk «. PImmm- 14 mmmSSmpz IVwJL .. xSL'# .t # , v w v "■lliili.nl in Otf.SOO Hoo/ f «<£ SOiAf? VC VMTK eouPhfior ha Noo MUtT THE rwo Gip*-? rflOH tOOflll IMS tOOCB ? MUST RE GOtNTl Fro f&cl a HOR?^ IKffVttf? ; U)MP5 cr rs ALL " SOfeAft'Ot? I THiWG tt-u COMB UP " EVSNtHG WE UP tOO ENJOY THf SAP LEr MC l. we moonlight/ <y B leM'll ¥* m) AimuIW l*r K89 DlDNOO EVER SSE FALLOWS ^>(il(?uCPAXV? VJ^RiE WUCKH Tocerouror THMT St>R<i Single i nn our BO"<? DT0«tl rt.pi. til 1«1 or ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 August 1929

li ■:;«(f£f« **nra ■i" * Si 'iiiti: ORANGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1929. NUMBER VOLUME XVI $50 Fine Levied By Judge Miller County Building Its Own Culverts ORAM lN Orange people were dis- appointed today to find that the Graf Zeppelin, which it had been hoped might pass over this city on its trip from Los Angeles to Lakehurst, had instead veered to the north. When reports yesterday morning indicated that the Gulf Coast route might be selected for flight, great interest in the possibility that a glimpse of the "mis- tress of the air" might be afforded the Sabine Dis- trict was shown. • • • It was reported here that, at 12:30 o'clock ves-1 «-«ur«r thro* dage. , aa well •• bontWm. pursuit shlpa terday afternoon, the diri—nnd •.-..ut plane* «f r*n air force* gible had left El Paso, fol-F^TZTSSZ 'St* alter tillni|u. at tKr (towlvrar <a<l RmMw rimpanv. four at AWAIT CRAFTS ATCLEVELAND Air Race Attendants Turn From Races to Coming Dirigibles Cl.EVKLAfflD. O.. Aug J . <AP) —T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 August 1929

f: 1 " HHMflMiOTHMMiNMHMi Mm Mi* MKMBEH or reputation ot In eolumni of Tfcd gladly corrected upon brought (o dtlentiton of] ■■ BBMBHI VAKI*(. A URMKICS TARIFF U I* ■ farmers' tariff thr aenal. committee ia Making On farm inro duets Which have been exported -41 moat wholly from Canadu, the houee «iw *re retained or increased. On fr«M bent, on milk. freah veg table* Nv poultry, the tariff fa doubled Hon go "(from 1-2 cent ta t cent* i pouittf; treoh pork, from M cent to I 1-3 rents; cream from I# cent* • gallon to 11, and HHy«; i, . % t" Venator Hacketl of KontHeky. which doe. not t*el CimIIm cm- petition, varna thai Canada will certainly attempt uprtoal Mood of Peenay Irani*. and Bingham of COO- mjk/tmt, ■ atalee whaee lndoaliial iliL ttl wore than their M OWMM ad folk He* «d0M to < of l-'tak. torOT, l>rlmar> of no at rear If the tariffs Mdl the farmer •t at) ("easterner* wffl feel the rte- 1*4 cools of food, for the paly way a tariff wa aperete la to nu •drttdfetidb Our app...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 August 1929

i.-iSi j II mmw. *^iety Calendar t nrit«rj.vv Woman's \llsMonnry aoele- tiie first Ilaptlst elliin'H Wlfl the afternoon Inl.^iMpp^r. Wayaka famp Kire group " m. yf a^iy^ . ""~"i : ' ' *"*" ** s. to id si mi: |2V VH SKPT^MBfr.K 5 •it. St. «f ttlo Flint Metho- ireh will huld tin ntkt reg. I "Ttturiutuy afternoon, according to annouitremunt [ jtoftty by Mr j (i, A. pod<l, of the organisation. (14 have bi'Wt pasty—ad [ the iiimuUi of Auuitst. It ia. 11that all*tneml> re be pitowtnt nak t plan* fut ilie (.til |Will be injuio . li«T at m««tiiis has not Ircldvil upon but It will bo ik! Sunday. (it III.* UUtJt ^itrnv ■nrn^ti I'JBalubow atria h«ld a bunlnaaa tlalion mrttln* at I •'clerk U afternoon, with about KflNv Hfntrrrr prc«#nt. limber iMVty U Wtof | iM* vIImi iiktfi •< thl« vrgitt* within tHI m< jfrjfll r« *i HftMi lAtftr. Bayiieu cream and the hoiftewie*, Mrs^ and Mrs. B Qrtego,' aerv and cake. The nest meeting will be bet 3 o'ckM-k Tuesday afternoon. SI Itl'ltlHI-; IURTV ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 28 August 1929

. • ; "V!v mfflm mmm m, " ; !;: fJW;. >■ S1HH&^V V { HP^UI : If')-' " '.';V,..'- *S * IpjPl WAN* A WfORMA*tO PPBIBIi HflU1* *i ou TUC lip&str water n "mwre- «i^ AvgWpHp wic UOOK, WKE~ J^CK AND JILL?-* WATER (J0 THOSE H M3? Tfteee rafea art for coneeevtlve lnaertlo«w only TSi and C«no«IUtkm for Oaapltled A<lv«rtUl « to ran "If (Tin Forbidden) moil be In writing. No Ctuircw Account*: KM* imp «M d In Mw Ml fe* telephone are accepted from per-ona t^)i>honn or rlty illretfcry on mwonrnn«liim ttala \ ndwrtlncf i« day Mtd « p. ■ .. tike aotll II t, a. for I he for Sunday edition. or dteconttane aOrertlaeinenta for day's tame can mot be accepted after It *> H ,: - ■ ■ «C« a ad cMcelbitiona received after thla will take effect the following day. The l<eader tlon to all a da received over guarantee accuracy of Ma ao FOR RENT FOn RJBNT or aale by Sent let my place In West Or-' ante. Ona and one half acraa. Phone 100 Harry, Mart- I ' . i. . LARGE COOL, attractively furnla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 29 August 1929

si * 4 ■ ;' Mm; iV/ y ismm mm "Mv-v'^n ii-V; • It 0* ft* mfMA •!■*■* .'■ ■'■< 1 VOLUME XVI ORANGE- TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29 " '""* ' ■ —: . . -'^v ■ ■'■ WiW%Ff. jkmM sc fife ^wi'lrr Pa jama Wearers Have Dance iiu. i — - indications' hYe TMT tJle" iSISimS An echo of corporation Hp of twent-v years | .HHH ago is seen in a public Biff Dirigible Completes Around World Flight At 7:13'Today NAVAL. AIR STATION, I,nke- hurst, N, J.,. Aug. 39. (API—loop- ing the loop aroun<1 the world In on* of the greatest exploits 'of fly- statement, said to have been made by an official of the Magnolia Petroleum Corporation, in a letter to $50 "leading citizens" of Jefferson County within ,n* hutory, the oermitn dirigible (Jraf Ze|>p Iiii nettled to earth at 7:13 o'clock thl* morning Just 21 days, seven hours and S3 minute* itfler leaving on her 30,1100 mile Journey. Actual flying time, dedurtlnr the time spent on the ground at Prled- rlchshuft-n. Tuyko and I.o* Angeles, the otily three stops t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 29 August 1929

3-w . "-ta'.'- I'fftiS?! SifSPSi A ■'■■ '""II 1 ..... — ,..„S6iO(l ll'Mif . i I -| lll llf. IIJIHI 11" I.I' furnished or repu US llOKSfb lies* old nvoiced this '• '1 r .1 J P * mm. BPT' w . ,Vt. ' r.-' taratfitife K®383r|eaBilii66«a"•"• 'Vjfctifol ron camforom motoristo It there is any virtue In written Is w""V>tortng will be fur NtXtr in CalffornTky hereafter. ' rh« entire highway kode of th* Golden State has beetf changed and <>;rengihcnod by a legWtive measure which be came effcetto* jus* a few day* a#0. JFeW things are left to chance and practically every traffic possibility is subjected to statutory direction. Texan# who contemplate a motor trip to California will be touched by a section of the new law providing that a resident of a state which dots hot require a license for drl vers shall be permitted to drive la California only I* days. Thereaf- ter they will b« required to take eat a California license for driving All Iocs! lice—s issued as much ss two years ago are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 29 August 1929

H m I, 1ST VVl l U Kith Harvey and Mr#. Geo. p were Joint hostesses ut a •up ahovw-r yesterday at of the former .in Weilurn unoiing Mr* J. J. itavoy, Miss Ituby Mctiuln- be- (m.rrjage on Aucu«t 21. too* seated in & 'WfP! ^er ted ■ for the occasion merrliiwint wits caused U. C. >Vlnfree entered, u. negro wuuh woman, tir Mrs. Havoy to deliver fnis. .Whin tin; bundle of opened ' It was round to |iany useful and beautiful the bride. Tho guests naked to write their ad- bride mi how to hold a Mr*. W. Q. l>ithum was the contest In 'making the , bride's new name, K°y •the afternoon refresh- J fruit punch and cak«> were '(he following: Mr. und || Havoy, Mr. and Mrs. Wll- Mr. and Mr*. G C. "" Mr*, XV. P'WM 'J* HH'lMf.. wry ut Friday evening. Among these wtH be Miss Eula Noble, who has been vlsafioit In California this summer and who has returned recently to her home in J <ake Charlen/La. Mhe will ar- rive in Orange tomorrow. Music for this dance will be furnished by Jimmy Joy'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 29 August 1929

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Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 30 August 1929

v&j WMMmwm wM &*fiK9 Wmm Jfipps v ,% I I, '*> mm*- L'&.&. •MB m 'Jk manu ■ap !f> J ''^"r' ORANGE, TEXAS, FRIDAY. AUGUST, 30 1929. "1 ■ ,i".■' "in iSapWMtMfriipiP^^ v r.i-■'■ • ®l£r. ^±?*4ir RIOTING ENDS A monthly financial re- port, showing receipts and disbursements of the City ! British Put Down Jewish of Orange for July, was, mM 1 «* •* a#a_ published ,in the Leader yesterday. • We are calling special attention to the fact be- cause this statement is the first that haa been publish- ed by the city for years, al- though publication each month is a requirement of the city charter. The Leader, some weeks ago, called'attention to this charter provision and urg- ed that the Mayor give the public the information to which, in our judgment and by law, they were en- titled. ; The Mayor, in reply, said that this would be done. It has been done. And the Mayor says it will continue to be done regularly in the future dur- ing his administration. • • • The Leader believes...

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