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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 20 December 1935
Friday, December 20, 1935 PAGE THREE THE FEATHERHEADS -the idea/ coming- im By Otboroe Bedtime Story i'm So PRovoicet> because i want TO sleep not stay Awake HALF the wight- at 3 a-m.— you know You need your rest You tom't Think of. MS / I HAMEN'T HAD A VJIMK QT- SLEEP WovJ COULD I "? — ETC— ETC- ETC — vjell—them — how a&out HUten all through the house Hot a creature tflas stirring, Hot eueti a mouse: mmm & n S'MATTER POP— Yes, What to Do, What to Do? ' ' . • By C. M. PAYNE Vo ° Awa ,,j A- <=>4 ,"Po? • i'm NOT ~Pu-r~rihJ <5, m v in 41? ik/ -4is m&oth- / ys / "t5a1> ¥1x1 -hm, VA/^AT TO 3>O, wtjAT To 3>o Tf^VIM* TO (© The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) MESCAL IKE It Begins To Look Doubtful By S. L. HUNTLEY \AJWV. OP ALU AW, DONfT PAY MO ATTESJTIOKl TO MER, MISS SALlY -SHE'S OEST A-WAVIKJ OI^IE Of- HER SPELLS kiosaj am' "twenj 5we <=>its motiokj al_ am' was tm' idea. her ol' mam dowt hawker per wer tvjo more akj1 kit kikjoa uosot3 mer like VJMV, THE POOR T...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 20 December 1935
PAGE FOUR THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Friday, December 20, 1935 A Dressy Frock Fitting Budget PATTERN 9545 "As easy as pie" to fit between two graceful raglan sleeves, a wedge- shaped yoke is a distinguishing fea- ture of this rather dressy, yet inex pensive afternoon frock. You'll find it hard to decide which sleeve treat- ment is the more charming, the one that tapers to a snugly buttoned cuff, or the one which stops just short oi the wrist. Don't forget to note th« ms&m?- mwm !i 9545 CopMriqkt strwict fig 9ft very new, gored skirt with its subtle flare. If it's a dressy dress you want, black satin is ideal; but if you're out for color, choose a richly hued nov- elty synthetic. Pattern 9545 may be ordered only in sizes 14, 16, 18. 20, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42. Size 16 requires 3^ yards 89 inch fabric and % yard contrast- ing. Complete diagrammed sew chart included. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins or stamps (coins preferred) for this pat- tern. Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 27 December 1935
The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 42ND YEAR, NO. 31 MERIDIAN. TEXAS, DECEMBER 27, 1935 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR O bservations I from Meridian § Highth Smith Is Given i 40-Year Term SANTA CLAUS once again has come and gone, leaving in his wake an unusually large bundle of good cheer, happy children, more gen- erous and more charitable grown- ups, closer friendships and strong- er family ties, and a more rever- rend regard for the real meaning of Christmas. Meridian, Bosque county, Texas, the nation seemed to observe the Yuletide this year with a spirit that had been lacking the past five years, due perhaps because the year has brought about improved conditions and produced real cause for hope of still bet- ter days ahead. * * * t * CHRISTMAS in retrospect is not nearly as fascinating as Christ- mas in anticipation. Nothing dem- onstrates this so forcefully as to awaken on the morning after Christmas, with the sky in dark overcast, the temperature ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 27 December 1935
PAGE TWO THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27 1935 The Meridian Tribune DUNLAP PRINTING CO., PUBLISHERS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Entered at -the postoffice in Meridian, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Any erroneous reflection upon the char- acter 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 11 question. SUBSCRIPTION RATE $1.50 PER YEAR CACKLES From the Profluce House The Up and Up. The State Press, in the Dallas News, of Monday, Dec. 16, com- ments as follows: "'Cackles, in Meridian Tribune: For the first time in many years, the farmers of this section have found their 1935 income larger than their outgo for the same per- iod. They have benefited by in- creased prices for cotton and cat- tle and for their corn and hogs, cream, poultry products. Prospects are bright for better prices yet to come. There is no denying the fact that things are looking better for the fa...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 27 December 1935
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27 1935 THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE PAGE THREE r -j. IREDELL By Stella Jones. Mrs. Scales and her brother, Al- len Dawson, visited in Dallas this week. Mrs. Frank Cunningham and son are visiting here. They are living in Stephenville, having been sent from McKinney. W. H. Bradshaw is very ill with heart trouble. Harris Cain, who has lived here many years ago was here this week. Madeline Harper is ill with pneu- monia. Mrs. Leanard Weaver, of Sweet- water, was called hei-e Wednesday to see her father, Mr. Bradshear, who is very ill. She returned home Thursday as he was a little better. Mrs. Ada Worrell, of Golthwaite, spent the holidays with her cousin, T. M. Tidwell and wife. Elizabeth Woodall spent the holi- days in Sweetwater. Harris Tidwell is ill with pneu- monia; he is reported to be some better. M. G. Hunt and son, I. D., visited in Dallas Wednesday. Mrs. Elizabeth Sadler and son, of Beaumont, spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bryan and other rel...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 27 December 1935
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27 1935 THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE PAGE FOUR We Welcome again we say Opportunities to Lend Money £ The size of a loan counts very little with us—whether small or large. Safety, however, counts above every- thing else. Once we are satisfied as to the bor- rower's ability and willingness to repay a loan, accommodation is usually granted. Remember that lending money is our chief way of earning money. Do not get the impression that we object to lending money—when we feel sure it will come back. If you have a sound proposition we shall welcome the opportunity to consider the matter. The farmers State Bank MERIDIAN, TEXAS FARMERS NOT SUBMITTING ALL COTTON CERTIFICATES E. R. Lawrence, County Agent, in checking over the cotton sales certificates which have been sub- mitted to him by Bosque County farmers for the subsidy payment states that farmers are not sub- mitting all of their sales certifi- cates to him but are submitting only those bales which represent their Bankhead Allot...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 27 December 1935
SECTION TWO The Meridian Tribune Devoted to the Upbuilding of Meridian and Bosque County 42ND YEAR, NO. 31 MERIDIAN, TEXAS, DECEMBER 27, 1935 PRICE $1.50 A YEAR News Review of Current Events the World Over Franco-British Peace Plan Collapses and Hoare Re* signs—Benes Elected President of Czechoslo- vakia—Christmas Pay for WPA Workers. By EDWARD W. PICKARD © Western Newspaper Union. Sir Samuel Hoare TF IT really was intended to bring about peace between Italy and Ethiopia, the plan proposed by Brit- ish Foreign Secretary Sir Samuel Hoare and Premier Laval of France turned out a dismal failure. The storm of opposition to the scheme which would give Mussolini two- thirds of the Af- rican country as a reward for stop- ping an attack that was denounced by the League of Na- tions, brought the British and French governments to the point of col- lapse. To save the Baldwin cab- inet, Hoare resigned on the eve of a parliamentary battle in the house of commons, and it was believed the governme...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 27 December 1935
J PAGE TWO THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE ADVENTURERS' CLUB £ "On W hirlwind Wheel" By FLOYD GIBBONS Famous Headline Hunter. A LOT of swell stories seep through the tent-flaps of the circus •*- when it comes to town, and a lot of the adventures that take place in that exciting business are often not seen by the audi- ences. Carnivals are pretty much the same way. Ever since I can remember I've had a secret yen to travel with a circus. Haven't you? Richard T. Powers, our entertainer, had that same yen and went through with it. Dick joined a traveling circus and carnival when he was only fourteen and he's been in the business ever since. He's twenty-two now. The most exciting thrill in his exciting life happened to him two years ago on a Ferris wheel in Middie- boro. I'll never forget the first Ferris wheel in this country. It was brought over from Paris, where it had been the big attraction at the Paris expo- sition and set up in Chicago during the first Chicago World's fair. I was only a baby...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 27 December 1935
Friday, December 27, 1935 THE MFRTDTAN TRIBUNE PAGE THREE THE FEATHERHEADS By Otborne ® WesUni Ntwipaper Unloa Come ou On This Site was erected in I809 7The first BRICK H<f mape pi" stome/v iktwft GOMNA STAMt) DAYZ I IE ARM ED SbMETrllKJG- BV READING THAT AREM't Yea INTeRESTEP —7lM KlSTofayZ STORY f Metal Literature OH, WAIT I Meres in ^ of sot CHEESECAKE who ON APKI17 1907 ill If/il Come on come cm — if you VJAMT someThinit to read, vll pay you A BOOK// S'MATTER POP— Has His Appetite Spoiled Three to Five Times Daily! IT SAJILL TSE. ^ool) 4A3>DA ATPETITE. TS UT e.VE.TW TIME. I EL AT IT 5PCMLS MV APPETITE- By C. M. PAYNE / (© Thft Bell Syndicate, Inc.V MESCAL IKE Ey S. L. HUNTLEY fConvrisM; tv P. I* Huntley, Trade Marlt- Reff. V. S. Tat. OTire) '5m&tter ujitw mm ' "*si rthcvr. cmm't motmtsj' rlgt-tt about HIM, twet5 <m_l.' dome) onj a woss tbade me did! id sive £\ pretty to y.-^ TELL TM' DURM V/^RMttOT sWHA.T I THIMK ABOUT HIM/. So That's The Trouble? T UJWV UJ^sL mmmm....
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridian Tribune — 27 December 1935
PAGE FOUR THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Friday, December 27, 1935 —mm e—a— \ Copuriqke CHAPTER VII—Continued —11— Instead of taking out his water- proof match case Garth took up his paddle. "The rule is never burn jour last match until you have to." Hnxby dipped his own paddle. "Come on Mr. Ramill. By his own account, three hours more will rid us of him and his insolence." "Wait," said Lilith. She pointed to the bank where the pleasant green of young spruces showed among the weathered white trunks of fire-killed birch trees. "If we have so much time we'll land there and clean up." "Rut—with the post so near, my dear Lillith!" Huxby protested. "That fellow Tobin had any amount of soap." "All the more reason. I'll not have even a common navvy see me In this condition. The rags can't tf>e helped. But the dirt!—" Out burst hier suppressed loathing far all the grease and grime that smirched herself and the men. "Mud! slime! rancid fat! spoiled meat! Alan Garth, I know that I have to go in dres...