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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 May 1927

tí as as m Blü . < 0 *.; líom f * * * .*. * * * * * « * * * *. # ♦ ft * # * « * * * * * # * * * * $ $¡ * ar * SIX ARE DEAD OF DALLAS EXPLOSION ♦ ft ♦ # * * * # * * y « « * V * * * * * * * *; * * * * * *; 4> * jp * y *; * *; & ft PRISONER ESCAPES MARSHAL! „ KIRTLEY, CAPTURED BY LORE WOLF AND RANGER,8ETS AWAY i i t Hf, HEwr ii'th''; WELCOME TO MtUHOMANS (frttMKED C-C Announces Full Details Of Reception For Trade Trip Monday RODEO PROGRAM Hackberry Slim Will Give Special Performance for Visiting Business Men Tlie Chamber of Commerce lias de- cided definitely oil the entertain- ment'; program for the Oklahoma City trade trippers Monday, According to Secretary M- R. Sho- walter.'the guests will be welcomed by Borger school children, the Chamber of Commerce and repre- sentatives of the city administration. Short welcome speeches will be made by members of the Chamber of Com- merce and also by J. T. Fleig, who is a former resident of Oklahoma City and knows many of the visi- tors...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 May 1927

n £ Wt "" -■ . ery «v violin. Funny liow . Why, r dMn't know J vhut was the matter with me, even . Vhen I proposed to ydli before you. •vent to live at Dad's—" ,*.0f I've H and is living in the [iflpr pari in the Truman r by day and writing muslr Dal Romainc makes ar- to Billy 'bat nrgcs her to romance a set-ret. He calls at times when Curtis, who * ie, and the others nt. Ralph Trijnjan takes through the automobile fac- tory and there she sees Clay, his sensitive IJU'O flttiwu with nervous agony. ' 8b ' asks Ralph to leave her alone with Clay. She points out to Clay then that there is a wrtain cadence and rhythm in tie noise of the big nuwhiiiery and that the other men have caught it niíd «re working in harmony. , Gradually he Itfara what she hears, peace comes to his tortured face, and the idea is bom for his symphony, "The Song of Toil." When Ralph tejoius Billy,-he takes her' to the cafeterto and while thwn<?. warns lier that Boniaine is not to be trust««i, tliat he is play- i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 May 1927

' m • n A "v ¡ In Disaster Stricken Mississippi Valley ' / ■ ¡ V ' ¿i K I. ■m ¥: - s mmm ■W Í-X-. vy mm * Tough Task Ahead This remarkable airplane view, taken by William Day, photographer of the Memphis Press-Scimitar and NEA Service, shows the town of New Madrid, Mo., entirely under water. This scene is typical of millions of acres and scores of towns in the Mississippi valley wherej the Red Cross faces the greatest task it has had to undertake since the World War. . First Picture of Blast That Broke Levee to Save New Orleans :: I W"■-C:>': A M--. ,V> ■ ; - - ' ;/, 1 • . '••••/• •' '• / • .... • y y >v . - <•>y.r+i-*ix>:k '**■ ¿r'sS* v>y• A% < ' ' ' - ,f • <* V / I The dramatic climax of a city's fight against flood disaster—the dynamiting of the Mississippi lcvce at Poydras, La., in tho desperate effort to save New Orleans—is shown in this remarkable picture of the actual explosion that wrecked the flood barrier. The black earth of the levee was shot ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 May 1927

2W t.oo tec l.*0 60c .70 IOC B T«r 18.00 1 ■ Ut- iré _ puMishen _ itlltr or r«pon- uft custody or retara. wlU be Ukm. however, to not loet at mlaplacad in VOX ALL DEPARTMENTS Id TO THE PUBLIC on* reflection upon t)ie ehamctet reputation of any Individual, .j or corporation tHnt may ap i columna of the Herald, will be " when called to the atten- jor. It h not the intention ..aper to wronrly uae or injure •I, firm, concern or corporation na will be made when warranted ly ai vu on* wrongly published ofarticle. ing of All the Earth: [ is the King of all the earth: sing ye praises with understanding. Psalm 47:7. The Rangers Are Here Under Orders t n nrr t * * ifcv.. . hits : The Herald wishes to cor- rect an impression inadver- tently created in its editorial statement of yesterday, when it spoke of the Texas rangers "taking themselves away". The rangers are not here of their own accord, as doubt- less all Borger citizens know, but are under orders from Ad- jutant General Robertson, who ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 May 1927

pHBBPi y WiS RsUs: Two cebtt per word per Iniortioa; three Insertion for five canta par word. AH want ada ara «•hl m FOR SALE VO ti yALE—Tv.u-ruiilu aouso, 1 2x24, uiui block north of Hiuderiiter Topi couipiiuv. A lis re# ill if Mold t unic. #lSü.UO cash. W. tf. nim&hh: 144-:!tp. LÍ. ■ *- 7i: il * > *v. { f 1 * ^OK HAIiK—h'ord Truck. Cuod shape: 1' tfear; good rubber and body. KKYSTONK llültKH WOK KM; North Main $lroft. I'hunc 10U MS-Slti l'Olt 8ALK—Uin iiMnu house; tall Í6r Illake at Dixon Creek Drug Ntore. 145 FOjl 8A|íK—Beauty siioppo in Cuutrul Drug Jwoni, very reasonably. 115<Utp VOJt SA1>K—Younii (lerwun police dog: rou sonable. Inquire ltootn 2*J, Oklahoma Hotel , . 145-ÚÍi* 4 (jood huuM'c for sale or rent; 1 1-2 block- toast Dixon C're-L'k Hospital. / 145 Ut] l'OIl SALI-i—Bargain, Ford truck completo with closed cab. .Stake body and starter. Kim about thrtfe weeks. Also Dodge 1 1-2 ton thick. Home terms. HUBBKU,. («1 Far r*.v tiro shop. 140 ¡Hp FOR SALE OR TRADE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 12 May 1927

—PilÉMl lili I Él gcaizaiBir'i MúiwBwwiTViiy« iiiíá&íí'S rain. Üs, 2. ' ' ":U 4, called 8th, League > 1; Port Worth 6. _ 6; Dallas 1. 2; Wichita Falls 9- 8: Shreveport 6. lift;1 í 8&V They Play XHKY PLAY Western League ba at Amarillo. er at Tulsa. tin at Wichita. fóines at Oklahoma City. £rv: Texas League Beaumont at Shrieveport. Houston at Fort Worth. San Antonio at Wichita Falls. Waco at Dallas. American League • New York at St. Louis. - Boston at Cleveland. Washington at Chicago. Philadelphia at Detroit. K*-' National League ■uva $5t. Louis .at New York. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. Chicago at Philadelphia- 'Pittsburgh at Boston, .y,'— " . TKtVAKE ■1 THE IIUORS age Columns Shaken Up as Well-Matched Rivals Battle m i, (.By the Associated Press) Big league baseball standings to- day showed the effects of something like a baseball earthquake. Its rava- ges were particularly severe in the National League Where the Giant* ipeared at the top of the' heap in ie of the Cardinals. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 May 1927

mm 1 '• f M • ¡SB HPÜ ' —P • ' J ;TW¡ " OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS 14' ——— ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE —• BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1927 — RBfDROWM * *. * *. ft ♦. ft ft ft ft * * * * *. * * ft * * « ****** PRICE 6c I ****** STATES RAY TERRILL KILLED BISHOP 'I ft ft * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ft ft ft ft ft ft ****** * * * * * * * * * t Í x • 'í 2,000 BARREL WELL COMES IN MAYOR ASKS CLOSING FOR TRADE TRIP Wants Businesses to Close While 135 Oklahomans Are Welcomed * FROM 1JTO 3 P. M. Asks "Utmost Effort" on Part of Borger in Way of Hospitality Mayor Glenn Pace today issued the following proclamation asking Bor- business houses to close their doors from 1 p. m. to 3 p. m. Monday, May 16, to welcome the 135 Okla- homa City business men who will arrive here at 1:20 p. m. that day on their annual trade trip: To the citizens of the city of Borger, Texas: WHEREAS, it has been called to my notice that the business men and citizens of the City of Oklahoma i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 May 1927

is al- 8Ülll SrltH cuines to live with the . in the poor section of , and working in the fnc- tuul writing music at sitlve face te f ony as he wqife noisy in^hine. Dit- to Mm, pointing oi|t the ltd cadence in the noise of inery, The idea for Clay's the "Hong of Toil,'.', is ring the factory tow1*, Ralph lliily agate Ó«l Kuniaim* is so hurt she leaves Ralph inding Clay in the crowd of workmen, rides to town the bus with him. He--proposes BtUy, but a|)« refuses, saying could not marry now a labor- man- ("lay sud<k !ily realizes ter precipitation into sudden Ith lias t'uined her and he. yes her in disgust. Billy goes to find a note from l>al Ro- GO OX WITH THE STORY CHAPTER XXXVII note from Dal Romaine was prliited in tiny, beautiful characters. The sight of his writing gave Billy a queer shock. She had never seen ■tfSSnXthlflg trom his pen before but she had imagined that he would write dashingly. The note, on a deck- Je-edged square of expensive corres- pondence paper, such as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 May 1927

'ZZ ei y good i regain as a elil for < 1 'v J, I Í X ■¡3 &$?■. . if «he is a yei y goo tHe next three yeurs. In brief, that is the latest ulti- matum of the United States (¡olf Association. It is very possible that i he bars may be raised on Miss Browne prior to that time, if rhe behaves. A perusal of the decision reveals that the committee handling the case has carefully avoided refer- ence to the word "professional," The text of the ruling was that Miss Prowne was ineligible to com- pete in tourneys under the jurisdic- tion of the U. S. G. A. Had Miss Browne been declared an out-and-Qiit pro. she would have been definitely erased from the golf picture for at least three years. The wording of the Browne de- cision leaves an opening for any earlier reinstatement, provided she makes tlie committee realize she is sincere in wishing to regain her amateur standing. Shire the Went cm Golf Associa- tion hits not put the bars up on Miss Browne as an amateur, she will still hare many...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 May 1927

tt m m •nd abo th. local 1.00' 70e OARBIEB IN CITY Par Montll: 70s ■rticln, m&naicripU, let- ■ aent to The Herald are jm risk, and the publishers ate* any liability or re pon. their ufe custody or return, care will be taken, however, tq are not lost ok misplaced in It FOB ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation of any individual, sern or curporation that may ap in the columns of the Herald, will be corrected when called to the attcn- the editor. It is not the intention newspaper to wrongly use or injure us!, firm, concern or corporation ions will be made when warranted linently as was one wrongly published of article, ^ur Confession: God is our jtGod forever and ever: he will be .our guide evan unto death, r Psalm 48:14. Close Up Shop Fór the Visitors! % hav oration on lila nose. It waa ed a minor operation, but Qreb Jimmy DoLaney, St. Paifl light heavyweight, died last March from an infection resulting from an arm injury in a b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 May 1927

< I VS. QUARTS and the outdoors an for wild parties, a ____ : advises. One of these «Tenings when you attend a party yo« won't know whether a man Is asking yon for quarts or. quoits. • . . No party will be complete Without 'a couple ot disci on the hip, . , . When somebody sur- Keith a necking affair, propose in- stead a chinning contest. Thus the horizontal bar-soon will supplant the punchbowl In some of our best families. . . . But it the outdoors iS;a good antidote tor spooning, then those-park benches certainly fall to react. * . -M • • • An American pilfered docu- ments of. state in Mexico, says a dispatch. It appears we have a fsw-diplomats after all. y- • • • Vitamins postpone the limit of Ufn's maturity, says a dietitian. Tell your banker about them. • • • Today's definition: radio com- mission—a group of men wiio transfer the growl from the air to the broadcasters. • * • Newly married men are not the only ones who have to eat humble pie." • • • Judging from the sounds in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 May 1927

5. f Wí "rw&rft of from rr> ife . _ ni the Browns in 4 to. 3. as a consequence to- clean-cut advantage of over the world's charo e National, while a sim- rgin in the American aeparat- and second place . aw's cohorts yesterday found r Alexander decidedly a more brn pitching foe than Jess had proven the previous day. (High the veteran yielded thir- st fclts in what experts here called b best pitched game of the year," only through an error that jt that the Gotham club emerg- pright. A dropped fly by tho Dais centerflelder allowed Terry ak home with the winning run. defeat endangered the Car- grip on second place, for the i shot up within a single ne pf O'Farrel's contingent by uat- sting the Braves in a slugt'est, 8 ¿>..7. -Wright led the Pittsburgh bat- onslaught with a single, a dou- and a triple. Hitting timely behind good pitch- ig: by Root, the Cubs spilled the "billies out of the first division, 4 1, and took possession of fourth At the same time, Dazzy i pitched and b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 May 1927

RHRI „• I, Two cants per word par Insertion; kHMHHMi Hill Inwrtlon tor Ore centa per word. All want ada ara I I ; 1 'I Sy 'i i ^ í:;:. Mi- ■ ■ ■ I -< \ 'Mi 0 r ÉÉ ' m gk m I [Vy ; • I ' f ■P FOR «AL1 Tom sale >NK BOILER WOKKK, North Main 145-Stp Í'OH SALE—One-room house; call for Diako at Dixon Creek Drug Rtore. 145-3p í*OH KALE—-Beaiity xnoppe in (Antral Ih-ug Iftom, very reasonable. 14r>-3tp FOR SALE—Young ftermun police dog: rea- sonable. Inquire Room 22, Oklahoma Hotel. . 145-atp 4 Good houses for sale or rent; 1 1-2 block- east Dixon Creok Hospital. 145-fitr FÓR RALE—Bavjcnin, ford truck complete with closed cub. Stake body nnd starter. Hun about three weeks. Also Dodge 11-2 ton truck. Borne terms. liUBBELL, C'al Far- ley tii^e shojf. 14H-:itp F0R HALE—Fine Jersey Milk Cow. See me at .Spur Mack Oamp, east of depot. (\ W. WALL. 147-:itp i'OR $ALE—Small furnished house. A bar- gain if . taken at once. ¡12# West Dixon Creek st. 147-Mtp I'OR SALE—-One two-room house, 12x14...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 13 May 1927

• v K; ■•• :.V' «1% ■&* S SawL,,' ^Lu^BL mw&Jli jjjfflfc > ,p Í m« oinc constitutional bmftted to u vote J of thl Stute at be held on the first Monday [>. 1927, at which all ballots id thereon. "Kor amendment J ion of the State of Texas jislature power to provide for the District Attorney and through salaries in lieu of missions and perquisites as by the Constitution," and airendment to the Constitution of i of Texas giving the Legislature provide compensation for tbe Dis- torney and county officers through _ in lieu of fees, commissions and lites as now prescribed by the Con ," leaving the on« expressing his the proposed amendment. a. There 'is hereby appropriated any money on hand in the State y not otherwise appropriated the . of five thousand ($5,000.00) dollars much thereof as may be necessary * r the expenses of the holding of 1 n. Including the expense of print and advertisements. 4 The Governor shall issue the ne- proclamation for said election anil V.e the nam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 May 1927

: JO. 148. ASSOCIATED PRESS tEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, MAY 1927 r-\ — if IffRirsm WINHX * # * .# #. * * * # * * * * * * * * * * ¥ # ¥ ¥ ****** * * a TWO OKLAHOMA BOYS BURN TO DEATH I & * * * * a * * * * ft * * * * ft * ft ft ft ft ft ft: ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft * ft * ft ft ft i >*v "'"I HsSBfí ' - BgjS^gV, # ♦ it -f 1 Étfe: WHISKERY WINS FAMOUS DERBY WHITNEY HORSE LEADS IN 53RD HISTORIC RACE Victory for East, as Western Entries Finish Far In Rear GREATEST CROWD More People than Ever Before Saw American Turf Event Crowd Field By M. B- CAM BELL (Associated Press Sports Writer) LOUISVILLE, Ky„ May 14.-(AP) •—WhiakéV^ "Harry Payne Whitney's chestnut son o£ Whisk Broom and Prudery, won the fifty-third Ken- tucHy today. He won just as he had Been expected to win, by beating Osmand and Jock in a sen- sational drive down the stiotch. His time for the mile and a quar- ter was 2:06, two and three-fifths seconds slower than Old Rosebud's record of 2:03 2-5. . The pari-mutals...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 May 1927

3U8 i," Billy" i-, who up at her friend with a flash of hor MB lnfpudence. I've been dying for an-excuse to violet circles, were glowing with o tftke a real rest jnysqlC," Constance steady light of secure happineBs; The ntfled that cqoI wise sjnlle pi — • && • Let's play sick tagetheir. I'm always so pale and 'thin that Dad is In cori- str to lo Hovv girl v.'ho wi -sister, 1 Kiiti into he* oyes. lnnle's lovely face Was flushed inoro rosily thap usuál, and her >phagpw tilue eyes, shadowed faintly \Vlth pále íes and Billy In an- to return to his Interprets thtó' tó been spoiled by hbcI- lm •v'-i ___ —Be* _ isly leave town far ehc same -cml. Ny<la Loniux is moody some trouble which Billy as- sociates with K<l>lle IfcutRluK. lipr chnuffenr sweullMnn- of rtepafrt- ■e days?.. Billy plays ft>1- a |iiecé'('lay has vmtteh 'WIht. Ralph Tru- GO ON^WIiiiraESTOBY . CHAPTER XXXVIII .tevér it was that Ralph Tru- _ , wanted to say to Billy that glit wan not to be said, for qu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 May 1927

¡ U .;■? irrrrrn Pitcher CARDS SWAMPED ■< 4 ■ * m ' ' If; 4 Y mrn< OUI 9; Waco 6. t 2; Dallas 4. • Falls 7; Port Worth fl. National League Chicago 7; Boston 2. PJUaburg 6; Brooklyn 1. Clncinnattl 1; New York 2. St. Louis 3; Philadelphia 12. Chicago L' 10 Philadelphia -U--*:—14 Detroit 1- 12 Cleveland — —12 Washington — 11 St, Louis --—!——10 Boston -1 7 .American League Boston-Chicago, rain. Washington 2; Cleveland 5. New York-Detroit, rain. • Philadelphia 2; St. Louis 12. Western League Des Moines 6: Tulsa 7. Denver-Oklahoma City, postponed wfct grounds. Lincoln 0; Amarillo 9. Omaha 7; Wichita 4. FRIDAY RESULTS Western League Omaha 4; Amarillo C. Denver 17; Tulsa 2. Lincoln 3¡.Wichita 12. Des Moines C; Oklahoma City 5. (10 innings.) Texas league Waco 2; Dallas 10. - Houston 2; Fort Worth 4. San Antonio 7; Wichita Falls Beaumont C; Shreveport 4. NATIONAL LEAGUE Team— New York —4— Pittsburgh Philadelphia St. Louis Chicago Boston V-i--,-- Brooklyn Cincinnati _—4 L. 8 i 11 11 13 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 May 1927

IBIÜiaBI m&mi women can ride a Horse i with safety, declared an. e*- ecently. r, Ujp¡4W*ra«& "E -:i rfde liorse _ t', i í í. " •; ■ - •*rH '4ir#ilijy pip^jjy ■MMf'MB ukwi ln W-mp^a ictures sent to I the publishers expressly re- *tetr ^fe custody or return, however, \a seo that they are not ! 13 FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS CHAMBÉR ÓF COMMERCE Step-M*. ""N0¡?ÍCÉ TO THE PUBLIC erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation individual, firm, concern ór corporation that may appear in the 8 oí the Herald, will be gladly corrected when called to the attfen- of e: .ects. .. ¿sí í#í fifty-tour Internatioual litor trucks has recently n performing a particularly cre- ditable Job for th~e Peruvian govern! ment on the Olmus Irrigation project. This project is beihg constructed un- der the direction of Chief Engineer Charles Sutton, and is the biggest engineering worH ever undertaken In Peru. When the project is completed one million acres of land in northern Peru, rifftv a (Jeser...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 May 1927

■ : i é :;K % •T V ' t < cI > f t :* ;,S ' %••■ * 1 r 1 ' ' ' i A Good houses for mile or font; 1 1*2 blocks east Dixon Creek Hospital. 145-Otr <FOR SALE—Bargain, f-ord truck complete with closed cab. Stake boily and starter. Jlun r.bout three weeks. Also Dodge 11-2 ton iiUUBKLI,, «Jal Far- I truck. Some terms, ley tire shop. 146-3tp KOIt HALE—Fine Jersey Milk Cow. See me at Spur Mack Camp, cast of depot. 0. W. WAhb. 147 3tp FOR SALEt—Small furnished house. A bar- gain. if taken at. once. ¡128 West Dixnn Creek st. 147-:up FOR SALE—One two-room house, 12x14 with or without furniture. One block north of Hinderliter. C. L. STAC-KHOUftK. 147 Up FOIt SALE—-One Remington typewriter ar Dixon Creek drug store. 148-3tp. , FOIt SALE—Furnished or unfurnished il room'house for sale or will trade for ear. First house west of .,Phillips school. Perry brooks. 14H-:ttp. i> L fc OK SALE—Cheap, laundry outfit, ga* en giri|£| and washer. Call at laundry three blocks east or K. II. on 4 th ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 15 May 1927

Up; business | at which they remainder of of next llows: • 3. Rhoads; first) . B. C. Emmel; it, Mrs. A. Ham- .^jldent, Mrs. H. L.. ir, Mrs. Charles Bls-| Mrs. M. S. Fager; acretary. Miss Smith; iKfo. Cleth Young; ... "rs. Carl Crepps. I P.-T. >A. is taking pains j i club a permanent one. i necessary business had the teachers served a lunch of ice-cream, fresh and cake. I meeting, which is the last ellng of this year, will be| Tuesday of this month. 'Mi Dr. and Mrs. J. B. White enter- tained their friends Friday night at a bridge party at their home on Wea- therly Street. Six games of bridge were played. Mrs. White scored high ffor the la- dles and Dr. Dodd high for the men. Mrs- Coon was given consolation prize. Refreshments were served among beautiful decorations of roses, car- nations and lillies of the valley. Dr. and Mrs. L. M. Draper, Mr. and Mrs. Luckfleld, Mr. and Mrs. I. Fleig Mrs. W. T. Malone, Dr. Lewis Dodd, Dr. B. O. Lewis, Dr. and Mrs- J. C. Morris, Dr. and Mrs. Jasp...

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