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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 September 1929

. y.*,t,.\ {''!- .fei.i i"'iml $£&'ipK ajy'iflMp IA^OOB FARM «nw stories in recant month* llttl* mora' Interesting . «M telling h*w some «#0 i U'Om*ri who wdni to the the great told rush of j§« convention—n "*our- atampede." Hmt called It—In the other reassembling of that army of gold hunters provider food considerable mediation.. But one sentence in the newa r that stood out ft*** ^ tfcef It ,|WM: ^Tj^. •'' fsfe the 4*l*gatc* wera It t old wen who reg- from the King County Pow jftraxl MSfl 1 one sentence van be uae* a* point for a novel, a ..p American eoofcwnic or a dissertation on the of Mm * r«*nfc^|iip£.-. of that group frosa farm aUoka in one'* mind WaHk ago thee* It men and ambitious. They way forth to the fabled at a time when tt eeemed for any Industrious, etoet" I prospector to become a mil* I.' The Viver b*ds end moun- i "of the hard arctic region up- falrly bursting with gold, the *Tm mt «THT •* «f It, beyond * doubt, there da " a bright vWon / of future the end for ...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 September 1929

% : ' Mr#. M. J. Kaufman «u in Lake Charles *Yld«f}> - pin.,,;, and Mr/'P. 8. McMunus ami towa^aMnpeiva 'hfey#S rrtfiii tfco ;.iiauNiwti Tairhi <iuh.: Mr. ■^d ; Mr«. Uonu itiuott wort* iorm^rlv members qfc' the. 4 pmi:;*!W§i) oltfb and round several. tjlundu at-; tending *the race* in Houston. j/feS !$#'■• '"■■ Mies Clara McBrlde. principal at the Curtis school, is amdnu the «4t«)h |ni| without t* tempting in any wffifi to modify the Keiioif* pact' itww^ WKKtKKKKfKM ■ :-l#MWe leader, are i worried over toabjr, Ann, of X«kc Chsrlea were in thiH "wur gup" in the covenant. «• '"- Hi t who have already returned { '"'"."I1-" Calendar A" j<5.i:i>N|S|>VV |ilajr fur Uh> fire ilrimrl- Ithe American Uu'iitrr. TIllltKhVV ''•'<■> <>l tlH> lirnt Moth* ►*"«■ * wW .meet a< 4 the <litir<li. ;j <.r tin- llrv.t IkiptM lur nnci i i a <>vtock a* |N'k ! with .Mrs. U rd Oianjfo tupinc; So. 2 Torn Sta-k", mi TcqUi •"' Witt. Men. Ham Smith «trc*i; No. « wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 September 1929

i"' .•:' . ,,< •• •>.." *£23 % WAtm aj> mvouunoii ETTA KETT uHR« IBPPMPIBHpBMBMIiPjB-PP THE ORANGE READER /, Tl ——■ - •" II;.. I, if';-; I. •,•■,—, ... I.;' I.-,.., .',V;-', '■■'in; -, r''11j; I nr,;, , >rin ,J, ;vn,;;'>;,'-,-f-; 'n ;;'iril.;,.tgr, i -'n-i wP3ffl .„,U .!.,,, mm mf'Wmmt M.-K a$? SJR«* 'UPPP lo-woM in *rvt« ufcx* r t'f fide 7«c RAW only, to- ll i «agr ■■« • p. Order* u r-srs bom win t woi j^wwwjiwwnti^ ft a. m. Ml. bsRI :w*:■ "iOuVS ACT A HfcALTW « i: NSR*/ ' wav TO T***T wi r g<gr/f Back Where Men are Men -7 If■ ^HOOUMT-, HWCjOMTAGIOOV ~ Wsvx rc« A fiWLTO I CSATftH i -w.. U A. c«pViiw.Ho«MrM<w .Jt. _ ■ ulL ssr? ■~^s" -" < Mil" {Jtw. oont thin?c ro (5K INTERESTED IM MlONC At ROUGH A% 100/ MH f(?l6NDt j A«C POLISHED/ we/wooo tms ft*rn?ie . ano thank; gooo Nflf AS? 30fT At THAT 1*7 P ' 4 A Np*,V, . 3S WW am *NOU* A . MO I OON'TN^ TO USB A VvOMto* iHTQlTlOH THAT' DiDNT CSAIN ~) TMArTtHC c 1 ■ . ""* ) >:.'. ... i I to all FOR MCNT | FIVE room fn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 September 1929

mw t 'II Ill i.imjV.. ifi.i .1 ■■ I.!, .nil >?|P^®ttw«pap ^ Ml In Orange Coupty, Heart of Southeast Texas Lumbar, ; Rloa, Oil, Farti''1 and Industrial Empire. m shower* moderato w jllyjj m € — awi'Win'iiWw aifc UHSDAY, ORANGE, T VOLUME XVI I MfAf Sil-iffl EnrollmentGain In Rural Schools Members Here Today i HI SOUGHT ' "We have a great num- ber of people who refuse to contribute, by paying tax- es,"to support the city gov- ernment for one reason or ™S&nother." I fesfi' Lfp:.' This remarkable state- ment was made in an open forum letter published in The Leader a few days ago, Arizona-New Mcx. Bor- der Scoured by Search- ers for Lost Craft U>8 ANGELES. Sept. r 5. (AP)-~ Conftirlan and mystery drew a dou- b|i. veil today around facts concern- ing Ore Transcontinental Air Trans- port*!* lost irtr liner City of Ban FraAoltuo which previously had bti«n' reported by company officials to have been found wrecked In the • >, . , , ,, ., .. wlljlM of the New, MeXico-Ailitoiia in w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 September 1929

l upon MS9 - spw pg** <> «*| wreck# I there are enough AWtgifan «lllt|*n* With • fond new tor patriotic mem* to ■ <w$iHp flug^tp at'. Manila <• *tl^S Mm de*tructlon,rj*nd S jjWfflliiMi fartr.'juw ;pr«^' *<• to A J Hliilijttiilaw jjggvMl about old Iy fighting atrip*. M* preserve tharta. writ* a ^jjiLa A faaclnat; cOmpl«t«.i the gr^at temple them, roll the name* over their ten. tp. become famous through- world. BeaidM.it ton put up fene wall * k toeaaure of : &*.' *P*C#''' WlUilti =' ■ tim exclusively $M| 'Jjfav wai ( restricted to the paver. ..nt the situation la reveraed. e'tW the person* of|pf ostein of '« faith ' 6«I_ i hi 8olomon'« <i.iy, and all that U encloses The congregate on when life waa more direct apd confusing. i ^ K'? :jj '[ . the pave- ii the aim pleat way the background to the in where armed might of the Britlah Km- > Mi been' mobilised to prevent teat*rata recurrence of a lid violent Tttud be- hind *0.ldCf^lp , wail that aoiwnt..) bHiit to H ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 September 1929

Kri IKf £ WeSherford ££*&,jj J0R. nimi ' Calendar 7, M.'' V.:&| r c *V j |■>' ' it,, Metti- § ■M Wm «t % v/tticnuor h: *;.<#<•« tpni: • u t*e~ oharjiber Of THT-■■■.■-. ! wro t#«, !#■■ beg** C)#AV w oWwk and mu*Ui Will > ft i- kjt Wm* itMf..' njehed by CS«orjse' CiaAy fniX'hesti-A. POXMj WOHKi'j% TO '.-flE V" as a.* s.vm n«i uion ■•< ittt V-VV:*''Vv-:Vv -X- MflSass /jite' WwMm i jliM. Moyd Jflrist Christian vh'urch will meet *t • WVWlUe; N«, % 3 o'clock Friday alt-i-noon nt 'I). Imi tfi«wl«s m Totttfc \ '"', |n th Mm. W t Stultlt No. «. mtli fljrs. I ill upiiiht addition, Maui's wndoty of tlw | illim-li will Rtvo a Vtnift [ittiihc First Inih uitvllitR at 1:'M) HMMRk-;.. '.>" claj-s «r tin* First Vh at S o'clock mi itlxs hi t eMneifc ■( (UN \MI M |y liri<1;re lnuriwm nl <*n ii f. uiuru at th>- country cluU durlnk unths clo.h 'l ttatufdav lit lira. IUyir oiul Hill winner foi August title \iinu at low The tournament was lOlsplace meetings ot rlily- «•!...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 4 September 1929

WANT AO «... i — — /-••f '< •?-/':: f:.v..:0 ETTA RETT y:>f — > <. • . 1" , Bi Wl&M Pill!Ml :■;£'■. y. ; 5 '.-n'wi ••>•■ HR r ... Iflptl^ i rm*> -mm jMj| h ■^'^, Just Means to an End APftXoy St«* ; VMpMraK-' •WINWMC ABOOT "THAT RM<38«? OOHT OH WJLVV* CuApRtUEOAsO 1 HAtWMT *** +** *>NCE NEtTtQCXHS- (iOiwO I I U cm oa all order* paid for at Mm* order * IfrWwtf Minimum Ratea: ' ' —- . „ W* ■jux i j 11aes s Mae«ssaeasseiiMa >• aar 1—rf r fit—*t —t • - t-t t"*n ~ r ftW© : ... ...7fwr *t,H> "'ire lor eoaaeeattre lnaertloiw puly. Ir> take one-time rate. OwiceHatloa* lor CSaMlffed ArtrrrtMan to rm "tr (TW ForbMrteu) wnuit be In writing. No Charge Acconntas Ada ordered by telephone ere accepted from p<r one UMtd In the telephone or cKy dlrctftry on niroi..r nUuin iftwn only. In return lor tfcla courteejr, ulv. tu.-r t to remit promptly. [iWI'vi " ' SiM ■ wm& Went Ada ;V;; nntll IS a. m. for the current «mr and 0 p. m., Saturday lor Sunder edition. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 6 September 1929

K-.' \ El ri J ■■ -j ^yjp1\1 ■ rjy" £| i± , Iflp L i -—i HRm — <■ . ORANGE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6|l929. - ' ' .yr><\y v "Some may say that it is the duty of, a taxpayer to help pay the obligation re-J Slunta Claus Bandit G gardless of the amount or to Electric Chair the reasons for the crea- tion of such obligations.** This quotation is anoth- er from the open forum letter which appeared in The Leader a few days ago relative to the local delin- quent tax situation. 105 Register Few St Mary's School Kxm .. /A Wit) of 106 registered; for the Battling Guards HUNTRVIIAE. Tex.. Bept. «./(AP> Battling tike n trapped beu«t, Henry Helm*, 0m "Hants Cleus" bank raMifr. expiated hta crime In the electric chair enrly today after a <le perate effort to «tMf>M Iwltif carried to thr death chamber, Al- Ibiiunk in a weak itiikMtio*. JJi'luti •trnigM u 1th the (iwtdn from hia ••ell until be was strapped in lh chair. Aa the clock to the prison tower _ _ . hetiaii tolling the mid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 6 September 1929

'. •> . ' IPSBpSBS It- ' aWiMsW«(Sf fc*s t/tir. "rnosa***© Mw;«k« mt.mw of agriculture ut hear*, una those who believe tUt pledges made ought lo be kept. ^ ^ ebwn tht rlculture to making an honest fight tor fair treatment under tH* pro- tective tuiilf system. 'it to entitled tat..W . •• • . P 'TOijX -,4^p y * mm , uanttion of adjusting rates U *' paitM|jjj& bill. It la question of restoring a great industry to<£!pto<to;;Wf equality With other induatrlea under ihe; protective lT$| • . BURTON, «Sffi V ' ' tY LOU." Hbp.K >' iVE BOUMD.uc, COPV^KWY !% . CgMTWU. PPtt* *«H IMC, Ct.CVKl.AHP, OWO-^ m >wMv:i «*I£A1> X|p Charlotte t hattretou. ulio«? twine is chatty, b- a born tf #* awl basy.bod}. ® Mhc lottos her Job In BPPBfflSNP '«&• **«>«*' *t e uMnvMo niucti a boat Kim. M r- h||.|- ■* j hllktlUVM I . •^rP fw .I^JI . I broUtcr. m1k wink* ii flew" THE MARCH Or vhch.II s.s A mag ulnc writer recently i the American people for I heir ' |«mk earth. developed hto a«r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 6 September 1929

«4i u. R. crncum mjk MKKTUfOS, circles of Baptist met at a o'clock Thuraday ■on m fo oi«S^feS ■' on* waa entertained at the Of Mr*. Lloyd E*t*r)'y on. Or- vanue. The devotional w* Mra. R. C. Mftrah and the Uurht by Mra. Eaterly. There very Kood attendance of' roetn- nd *wo visitor* The meeting hold next week at the home Walter Torry on Cherry Tom Steele was hostess to | two, with five members and Itpr attending. Mrs, F. A. the devotional and the laa- taurht hy Mrs. Steel#, \*• _ three met with Mrs. Leon at her honfe on Pine street, the devotional was rend by Uuek Stephens, n short bust, lion waa attended u . The |les«on was tuiiKht by Mrs... K. er. Mrs. C. W. Ware will be i to this circle next Thursday home, ItOlTOherry street, four met with Mrs. Oil- lkk.es. with "seven members and present. The devotional by Mrs. J. B. Chlldera. at- deh the following committee sn werr Appointed: Mrs. W. benevolent: Mrs. A! tile rsonal service: Mrs. H. 8. mlsslonnry study; Mrs. Moo- urn, social; Mr*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 6 September 1929

& "Vai m Clnir the. 'rieret th« J4I* <*■ , pahy <* Mi64.00# >"wl «urp!u* or r- This lompwny, tt>V Male. } ontahlwrt to carry out :mf\ ;{& program Of the GulC StKte* Mutual Ufe liwor«iM vrhlch Is also located a* Dallas aafl has Mt.. 00#.M at Insurance in force- u to the announced intention .that w btiir States bit* Iiwwranoj com- pany *hu|l take ..vor and absorb |KfX:. the Outt States Mutual Mfe lns r- nnnc tempt/Of* Under the program lhe 4H |k-y holders of tlif Mutu.it company1 become slock holder*, in the Oulf Btatss Life lnsur!i/Cee com- pany, at which ttm« the/capital of the ik>w corpiiratlon w/ll be In- creased to w| h a surplus «f the nu ma.. amounlJ The proposed directors of the new comtiMpy are as fftttown 1 .enter W. liuwlev, Henry Wllllfll. Iturtx r Mitchell. 7.., K./Martin, Jr., C. 1>. Cain. IS. l£. ( M/rvin. 0, O. Sheerln afed C. J. lieWoorty, Italian; Al*« Bryan and M, J Uildla* of Waco Th* world n* of placing the poten- and U'm/OMtke of Nan Ant...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 6 September 1929

fe :Hm . pBHH' flPfc • i ffii n a *13li *7b a $ (#4 • j i k* 'Ly. ?«j i lli V* Vi pi ** I ll efs "to be Guests at M Strand Tlieator K R ' Jp ||t? If rrtanwiement of JjbMPftftdf theater *t the flrst sh<W*,j Pipit* 'Mw>.. v;!5 ot SPi^ «< t-*'«tork S. d«y bs to>u:.id ^ M nfpVH rag ~ ~ ®.t « 1KB hSDBW'L ■ , i-e — him M ' itk% — Ira* situs* 11 $ Hewitts In adjournment , unjM MUW w^grjc«mi^:co|in^«9 ' w«e ,.w nominations tp federal t«r«n bQiard WOMAN «K*B AWARD Mm. Mlta H.Jl" ^ mothafc of Camp m# ,Write national has newspaper life In session* b«r<y, if havin* «,, was, extended yester* nllshed -mor tm m&r .tot fl y fry B. W. jSook.' manager <* the n*n)mtlon tkan My jthw cj StrsirW, t a lottsr to tha rounag®. CUrls group leader Hlln the muatari tojj ropreuentative OA-til* * The farm board (unnounced Thurs- day that a would make loait«« to cotton cooperatives up to tun per cent or tl* vtltjc of unhedged jjot- toft bought by cooperative froia their member*. This la In ud...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 6 September 1929

liSFSSflr- iim i '■• ,<$, •" ■""> 4> Hollywood Now. . . -.1 ■ •. V vffiVr' A. Hennlntf^ who wtfl teach in Oran«e high schoo hare yesterday hit horn*. at Psris, Mo., pre. to entering uponhis du« Monday. follnwlaf the two 4W« institute, today and Saturday, .JHBH n -for this city, has reached , from tor hetay, at Boxton, of^ftdu«r!**^rts> of, S9 HOLLYWOOD. Sept, fS It Jim been much enaler tor fllrn people to learn what they needed of -stage to make their talkies than It ha* been for invading Broadway Ite* to master eatnera angle* and i'lth certain outstanding x- many of that eaifer" on. wave of eftjre players have whenee- titer '<** *. of them had made tbf mla- believtng that their training I elocution had made them ilble In utKtnx film*. They of supplanting film «tara. Thflr eaatle of i baa gone taut. Bow i-arrir* on Id'* hlaae George Bancroft la more as a talking mar than he as a silent one. Ho are Rleh- Arien, Kvelyn Breni. Nancy Gary Cooper, Win. Powell. Mary Brian, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 6 September 1929

fa '■ B iA f. w n 4U , ,v „ v .- .?,.-. \^33®sto; '• "x;® V ■ vain-. .. 4.n(y itiv lowKinx* |unvi,r(l I hdw, lo, the play-off betweeu Uallo- ^ > nil II ■' U'l the inconsistent !i iti Ipjjjjt jS|jj^£9%'' •*. | Tile 1'iui. l« nuiithor of the cl'atis With u.choncc to overhaul the SiMid- dt'rs luC duln anything aboutl t. If either \louMton or Shreveport could launch 4 ^Wormlwed <Jrty« right iiow It would" pop things up hnhWMisure. ably. '"are - hampered some- .',! ' w hat in that direction by the Ifact that 1|K\ Hjj-e huttltnK each other all over the lot. ** ■Jtfe/The Waco Ottba are toking par- - tlcutyr deliKht In maklnK monkey* out of the leader*. Liaat week they made tho Hpudder* sick of- Katy -'jMrk. and yesterday tfcey took heir#apparent jh their own hack yard. 1 to The' setback maant little ita the Ullej*. however; as the Buff* were 4«bpplng a heartbrcuker Im .sidsertport. « to 5. ^-.-flapier* played a Wg part. In .the Cube' attack. J or Jdellano alapped one ift the second w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 6 September 1929

IsMRP ' V • 'KfeM ■ wb , ■>*0 , ' |l •„! ' '"■ s M!9Hnm< ..,........,M.....^«WWM>l|el PW|;| , |i' — •• ,..••••••• __ MM M«3MMBt <>n U order* |«M fur *t Urn* ord«r | IO-tt'<.rd Minimum Kal**: OOO TIW® ....4.%,...~............ .... ..i... ;.';fBPO'~' , I E>se^ar waaa^s * yi * pjfoaiipifr aift ..sofaf wwi f taawttooa (Akf) one^lma rata. ■ (>rtm am) Cancellations l r tUmlfM Adwtlsla* to run "If" (Tin Forbidden) mut be to wrttln*. || No Cto r*e AratAmta: Ail* oMcn*! hy tatophone «ra aecaptod %-oiu {iilMWI llafad to «h* tf|#vNMM ror rlly dlrrAlf. • iMamorawtom <ih.*rgo o*ty. In retorn tor lh * tdHritor • " U mnli promptly. ^•^..^v,:'v','3'.--- Closing Ttm«: %■ - ■•": v. ■mil 19 a. m. for the nm.1 edltloa. Orders to change or discontinue anvertlaamaais for On entrant day's !•••# cannot ba wrfpl^ aftrr II a. m. All cfcanyas ami cuncellatlons recalrad aftrr this how will take effect the folio aria* day. The Mauler will *l*e rarafal attention la all mto raoatrad •&l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 8 September 1929

Tha ' Only , Nawtpgpar PuMUhgd in Orange County. Haart of tha Southeast Texas Lumbar, Rioa. tw fat#^'trial Emplra,j ■' ■ „¥OLUMB'XVI * ■ • ■ r. as: ■&rwM- py*nb, m Manager, Orange Car & gei^rv sSgwHsesssl ®Ss; ORANGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1929 aswhgfsmim *flp ROBBONWES ' Uif transportation :the oldest mode of trans- port employed Jt>y man, and it remains the most econ- omical. '0r' * ; " ' Rail transportation, with its swifter service, is per- i haps a true measure of in- dustrial, and even social development, but the great transportation systems of our country begin and end at the tide water. Inland canals and deep water channels are devices, provided usually at great expense, to bring the ad- vantage of water transpor- tation to porta many miles from the sea. • • 0 It is interesting to hear the tales which harken back to those early days when Orange was founded as a river town. The water transporta- tion afforded by the Sabine River was perhaps the most important...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 8 September 1929

MM® I W. INM swag# M MSpi 'HWMWM Hutff SsfPlWWlr I -r pv^oc ....$6.00 furnished Any « publishers. :iUDlkutk)iiL IlllSjfl I reflection upou the in columns of The —i— mm TT JHSHffl ?w HrKTHBIIWi .*• soil. — IN THIS COTJfTKV AND is TMK |P aT* Two nun, each « f whum had-iuat returned from * brief lumrntr va_ cation, were discussing their eg peri- th« other day. , "The t>*ly place for « vacation, one, "to la the country. The away y u can get from th pieaAa. «C eourtr, thf farther you can act away from uthev people—the batter off you are. Yum get wrong ideas about the world and about Ufa in a city. A lew day* in the lonely country art you right ~ M «#*• your • soul" : j The other wan disagreed v •*! Ilk* the eooatry.' tee geld. "1 quiet, ita clear «tr. Ma rwM- But you're wroag when you that city lit. war pa a huld'p of value* Why. a aa, the wiry to *ralat« ywr awk' as yva ait. to right la th* heart of the „• TtaTss wbarv you ran pat your feel oa the solid toand+tioas sad le«i yourself ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 8 September 1929

BHBBBWMBR&wfcfaiiiNii ii ' EO tTING STUDENTS HOLDING OF SOCIAL WAGE AS# FALL DAYS RETURN HERE • V-W'-J ; X . "2f&n" ":'*f ■v '. "r >1 days have returned and those who will repre- )range at various colleges and universites during is which are just opening throughout the have already begun to depart, with others pre- to leave at intervals during the next two weeks, week's social activities have been marked by affairs, including dances, bridge parties, and which have been given compliimentary to de- lient students. Outstanding event of this character e dance given by Miss Babette Moore and Miss iy Starwalt at the Pinehurst Country club Mon- light. Numerous other affairs are planned for the Pew days. fall season is further marked by the fact that cl^bs which have been inactive during the sum- ionths have resumed or will resume sessions this OKLAHOMA VISITOR H < IIOVORKE AT PARTY Wednesday afternoon, from I to 8 o'clock, Mesdames B. A. Ounn. 0. Edwards and Wilbur Norman ent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 8 September 1929

101® ■fy¥\ HM KP!",*®<-: m fi«Sb '" n wwt Attempted % ||lou« tion Results Pi «M>w.*4lt; f- c-* f*> • I youthful l.ilt.tH MtM- 10 j*' now* lory w.to«> twpeatly cam* here front* Lc ulJiirtnj, wan shut It. death a*. W (attempted i# $|fr?#&a*h MMM^Pj ■ih , fJiwi*# «uii*R um 'tfrnmi :«■';". Tfe . youth. about ' St yeara old, • ***' >'b«ti ttrmi by Jack «WWn«%iV'^KJ pViclor," who Wit?* ordered Irom *th" ,lilliii«t «I«!w jW the 'point' of a p£' Sf&Pfft 'a®M« **v* *'*>"<■ K U"«"Hl#Mi'th , Mma ■ Hw,;;"fM lfd. an ' ■'; tonieblle 'a few hour* earlier. PUjlHnf* WM uffliti > he .mil aev*roJ olhera *f*t *<anding near <th« ' nanfe: regMer mften the man (pi« the ototlen —-- -Mr pointed lite uiJtnl nt mi- und r-<-H<m*tirt#d utf i" '-.ret on the out- 1 tid.-.f" Kl lltni:s nid .:] i The tilling .itilMih J.ropfMer lohl p.-iice (M- wur* •tw.nyn armed When on ddfy, iKitllfitt he pMAad i|ia hand •aa 1*1* ptatjB. hi hlN bet*, and walked i«t the front door Ml tliu...

Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 8 September 1929

if Mi *' * -mtrin r~ miii W- r: ,'<*>'■■■'U- : *Mx:A • i. •ii in W J'roaidcni , Hoovia- J# determined lirest-tit HysotjaUtj^f. Ivr baval «ll*- (ti'initrattnt1 whrtil «>t be obstructed by *etlvtyf£ . of j hj))liu lldtlinf,,.cj rpur- £ aligns pecuniarily interest** 5jj&L "*' i on«trUpt i4 American vessel*-"^ •'•v •***> PKfe^lrap^ilfraKPl ^ ne hud «k«| Attorney Mitchell to ^!«rn >« what m-iion > open lo the KovctnnVeiil the i-liM -*«fo«Uw ;.. culled ' Upon tlinw lure* . ahlphuild corporation* for exploitation* of thvlr posUionft with MMpfpt to n He- lp mttow mite by WBh«-' It w. « m v*l vspert, In a cuK'tor **• cmpcnsdtlan. rhut k« wtM a* their agent lif opposing naVUt nduAiSM at the Uaaevii conference of 19ZT iiixl iiIwwIim* both before and af- ter tliut time. ~ The thr.ee corpoiration#—the Beth- lehem HtiipiuiltdtaK corporation, the .\merlrin fti-jvm Uoverl Eleetrle corporation and the Newport New* Hhlpbuildlnx litnl. Dry Hock com pany-^arc defendants in « suit ...

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