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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 January 1939

/ :■ J'v'Vr r^V • Wi II . i. '' ). I . if5| t m. v fii ■ . Sea Scorpions From I . Ancicnt Era Found ' Fossils Believed Oldest Yet Discovered. GEORGETOWN, OHIO.—A party ;of geology students under Prof. Wal- ter H. Buchre of the University of Cincinnati is excavating a rock layer here which already has pro- duced parts of at least five sea scor- pions that roumed this area several .hundred million years ago. The fossils discovered so far are the rarest In years, according to Dr. Kenneth E. Caster, curator of the university museum. Thfc spe- cies is new to science, he says, and the genus hitherto unknown in the country outside of a small area in New York state. However, the rock strata in which the fossils were embedded belongs to the Richmond groups, which is several million years older than the strata in New York where related sea scorpions have been found in the past. The excavating party is seeking to uncover the remainder of a fossil nearly three feet long, which indicaS ed the se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 January 1939

SHMHHtWSI — —a— SB I . I ; Pw; HK r in! MM ' f ' I;": K w Uli Kv El: n Personal and Local Happenings NOTICE TAX PAYERS - - - - - -4—- - - - - - - rrrrj--r - • - - - r r - - - - r - - r -j r 1 iwill be in Naples on Satirrday J.muary 7 and. Friday January 13 fOT the purpose of collecting rtaaces. 'MJeet irte ton these dates as I will not be in Naples again. All other times I will be in my office in Dainger- field. V;., , Guy Robinson T(ax Assesspr-OoUlector AFPR)ECIAT10N County Clerk 1?. jN. Jlones of Dain^erfieiyi <vas Im Naples 'on business Wednesday. } Senator and; Mrs, J. M. Hen- derson of Daingerfield (were visi- tors in Naples Wednesday. Wesley Grimes left Thursday f,(;r Galveston to -^entor U. iS. Marine hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Tuck and ecw Kenneth, land (Jlack Lee vies spent last Friday night in Tex- arkana. , >■— Mrs. Leonard Hanks and sons of V!via i, La.^ spanit several days with her father T. ?T. Lumpkin. - • Miss Mary Hampton left Fri- day to go t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 January 1939

■ r .! d/A ,.r / W IHPIshRI HP •w / Ji: I t aim - ,,\ ■ jflQdl . ;■<, ' ■; m ~ " J\ £fapl / / slm Utonff - VOLUME 53 m NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDMY, JANUARY 13, 1939 NUMBER 41 • . P. A. Malaria Control Drainage Project Begun Here I I Quarriner and Hauling Rock to Ditch Site Works on the drainage project, being sponsored Jby the city of Nap tea, jjMorris Chunty (Commis- sioners, and the State Board of Healtjh!, < is moving (forward rajpklljyj Crews of tW. P. A. latforers are quarrying) and transporting na- tive stone to the site of the;New Yeftr'8 resolutions have One Resolution You Should Keep. By this time, most of your < ma in A. at est lage. L j" ' \\ K ■ i ditch improvement, from several rock locations near the city. The location of the first section of permanent improvement [be- gins; at the twin pipe at the south side Jof Ithe St. Louis Southwestern Railroad. It will extend southward in a new loca- tion, through the Floyd estate jto tla pjoint approximately 11700 feet beyond...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 January 1939

\ 1 \ / THE NAPLES M01 Published Every Friday By W. R. WATTS Entered as second-class mall mat- ter in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Compress March 8, 1879. [asked Dancing Girl Recalled Old Prospector Tells Famed 'Silver Heels' of Mining Camps. of Virgin Islanders Swayed By Ghost of Blackbeard In thislands once inhabited by privateers and buccaneers live myths and tales vastly «"> enter- taining than the stories that were left in the wake of the European conquerors. In our American Vir- gin islands group the Isle of br Thomas was the home of two such pirates: Blackbeard and Bluebeard (not to be confused with the Blue- SUBSCRIPTION NE YEAR *100 MONTHS BOc I If -. u ■ fcr ?:;r ;<■> r iblNG RATES on ap plication. No objectionable oi swindling advertisements in- serted at any price. We be- lieve all our advertisers to be honorable and responsible. If any of our subscribers have found any of our advertisers not fulfilling their agreement; we shall consider it a fa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 January 1939

..>/ • r . * mV4 \ Fur-Bearing Trout Numerous One Time m By L. L. STEVENSON Back from a 19-months tour of the continent, Estelle and LeRoy, ball- room danccrs, have many stories to tell. The one they favor the most is on themselves. At La Sea- la, they found themselves preceded by a group of whirling dervishes known as the Ballet des Zaren. On opening night, resin was sprinkled plentifully over the floor for the bal- let and by the time Estelle and Le- Roy came on, the stage surface was an expanse of slippery wax. To make matters worse, for their rou- tine, the stage was so raised at the back that the front dipped into the orchestra pit. Nevertheless, every- thing went well with their first two dances. But just as they went into the whirlwind finish of their final number, down they crashed, Estelle into the bass drum and LeRoy into the astonished face of the first vio- linist. And from then on, whenever they approached the edge of the stage, the orchestra broke into, ;"Danger, Lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 January 1939

I KM' • *V ":''* WKS Personal and Local Happenings NAN PRO) NOTICE TAX PAYERS W. M. S. —j—r«; ------------ Won't you help us His (will to do? Each day by His grace He bus tains us Let's "iot mjo heedless along our \ way Our president, pastor and officers Have their cares just like you , ajid ma I will be in Naples, Friday, today. The Woman* Mips ioinerv So- January 18 for the purpose of c|ety of ^ Methodiftt ^urch collecting 'tnacjes. Mleet me ton me^ jn church basement Mon- iheae dates as I will not be in (]Ry afternoon at 2.30 with 14 Naples again. All other times I memibere present, t will be in my office in Dainger- The meeting iwasH Held. ■ I Guy Robinson T|ax Assessor-OoUector tf-V \ M- sffe m iff, m K ■ir ■ y ■ set;1- mm ■ m I Hi GOING AWAY - HANDKERCHIEF SHOWER Yet Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Childs were suiprissed Monday evening 'by a number of their friends visiting ^ ^ ,aU ^ preachiiing^ iDue 1 .. lvcn/Hrarohinf « ' ... Opened by singing Sweet Hour of Prayer. The devotional iwas r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 January 1939

ntfor VOLUME 53 NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY HO, 1939 ESS* K:;f. pr' : RIk;:#'-. : '£■> ... \ I « n \ m ^l | . V tr I ■■.Ai V • I TO I' " sp . H i I ■ Htftiff: FLASHES FROM THE CAPITOL By Virgil A. Fielden State Retmssenlative of Morris and Titus Counties Austin, Jan 18 — Members of the 40t.li Texas Legislature went through the preliminaries that always accompany the opening of a session, this week, as they marked time awaiting the uies gage of Governor elect W. Lee O1 Daniel, who takes the oath of office Tuesday, January 17. Representative Bmmett Morse of Houston was elected Speaker of the House without opposition His election was obvitiuH long in advance of the opening of the session, and it took only the formality of a nomination.' a second, a motion for unanimous election, and the administering of the oath to place Morse Into the highest office whicb is within the power of the Representatives to give In iiis address to the members of th j House, Morse pledged his support to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 January 1939

MffW HftSMl n t JJSipS" . li ON VVI'I.K MON1TOH «tn a \ ry Friday H W \1 .is .ucund-class mail ni * postnffice at Napie hi act of Congr> *79 SUBSCRIPTION YEAR 11.00 IX MONTHS 50i fmm rj 11 iilf ADVERTISING RATES on ar plication. No objectional.le cj .wiudling advertisements In serted at any price. We be liev<s all eur advertisers to b honorable and responsible. 1 any of our subscribers hav' found any of our advertise1 not fulfilling their agreement we shall consider it a favor t be notified of the fact. Ail bills payable in Naple Texas. FUTURE FARMERS BAS- KET BALL TOURNAMENl The Atlanta District held theii r.nnua} Future !Farmers basket tall tournament in the new Mc Leod gymnasium last Friday and Saturday wifth great success. Seventeen teams from five coun- ties entered the tournament and played twenty^thrae jgames, alll on time. We believe that this is an excellent record for any type of a tournament. Hug hep .Springs yon first in the major with McLeod second and Naples won ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 January 1939

"-N HPf U : if' v p- .p Ipl | Sfe: j I Mfel-4, O mi. v v i k MONITOR iti. t v.Ty Friday H VV M L-rt' .i."> *eci>ud-cius8 mail in it • postoffice at Napif a-.-., >*r act of Con^n SUBSCRIPTION E YEAR $1-00 IX MONTHS 60' DVERT1SING RATES on ar plication. No objectionable oj swindling advertisements In serted at any price. We be lieve all «ur advertisers to b honorable and responsible. 1 any of our subscribers hav found any of our advertise1 not fulfilling their agreement we shall consider it a favor 1 be notified of the fact. Sunday i chool Lesson By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. Dean of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. <£> Western Newspaper Union. Ail bills Texas. tux-aii IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Lesson for January 22 Lesson subjects and Scripture texts Be- lected und copyrighted by Internationa^ Council of Religious Education: used by permission. PETER DENIES HIS LORD LESSON TEXT—Luke 22:31, 32, 54 02. GOLDEN TEXT—Let him that thlnkcth he standeth take lieed le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 January 1939

. V , . — Personal and LomI Happenings CHAMBER COMMERCE MET MONDAY NIGHT H. D. CLUB ORGANIZED Naples Chamber of Commerce t lasll Monday- night in the cement off fchle Methodist The president being in lustin for the inauguration of ' Lee O'Daniel as Governor of '.as, B. J. ORloyd, first vice j.resident Had charge of the meeting. ? T A motion was imade by 0. A. Tabfc, seconded bjf Wendell Smith that Naples inaugurate a Trade Day, beginning the second Mon- day in February and continu- ing on the second Monday in each month thereafter, at which th« faimers be invited to bring any- thing they have to trade "or sell. Of course, it is realized that these occasions will not manifest much interest at first, but with the cooperation of the farmers anil merchant* they can be made to grow until they will mean much tjo the entire itrade terri- tory around Naples, Rome farmers were present who nro interested in planting to- matoes for the marktt and seek- ing the cooperation of the Cham- ber of C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 February 1939

<,' I V W| >v J . ji- f ' VOLUME 53 > l 1# 1 NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1'39 NUMBER 47 r I F Dates Are Set For Trade Days in Naples i > • ■ ' TJya Npfples Tr^wlp Day Com- mittee has .albout aompleted all arrangements for the Trade Day3 be^'iui infer .Saturday Aprijl ;lp and continuing fior the rest of J639. * ■ The date as set by the com- mittee are at* follown: Saturday April 1, Saturday ,May 6, Satur- ; day June 8, Saturday; July 1, Saiturdajy August/ 5,, , (Monday j Beptem'^r 11, Monday October 9, Monday November 13, Monday Decqmber 11, Monday pecemtoer | 21. , As WDon al% a few further de- tails are worked out large circul- ar will be distributed through- out Naples trade territory ex- plaining haw the farmers may be I enefitted by trading in 'Naples during 1939. Newsy Notes From Daltorx , v ' v Local and Personal News of In- terest. Km I SEEKS TO CORRECT INEQUALITIES IN FREIGHT RATES p>' Washington, D. C'., Fdb. 20.— "1 .have today introduced in the Sena...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 February 1939

THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday By W. R. WATTS ■MH Entered as second-clasB mail mat- ter in the postoffico at Naples, Texas, ~ under act of Congress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1.00 ONTHS 40c 0. iiiflSiNG KATES un ap plication. No objectiuuaLle oi swindling advertisements in- serted at any price. We be lieve all eur advertisers to b( honorable and responsible. I any of our subscribers have found any of our advertiser: fulfilling their agreement we shall consider it a favor t be notified of the fact. destroyed would In time damage the arrowing crop. "One should not forget the mil- lions of fliies, spijders, caterpil- lars, grasshoppers and grubs, not to overlook <weed-seed, ail of which go to make up the bird's menu. The cawing fellow might really be given the so'iniquet of 'Gr-man' (or 'G-bird'), because of his untiring work of helping to rid the field, iorchard and garden world of the ever-increasing in>- |?ect menace. It is a regrettable I f.ui, however, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 February 1939

.' ' o>N-^ *** iu-js i /§© . —w""" IMPROVED' ■ ■ UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL' UNHAY CHOOL L. ssson iv HAIiOIyP h. P?l Dean of The W of 1 • Western News ~ fUIST, n. D. pi® intlitulf* •r Union. Lesson for FeUruary 26 Lesion subject* nnd lerted and ecnyrljthUd. Council of Religious Ji.d permission. PETER IN Hb ifcy ■due..i iture text# ee- 1 Interna lloiml "on; usru by iaku LESSON TEXT -Acts g'14 25 GOLDEN TEXT—Come }" . ' u t -it; yea, come, buy wlno am: milk vithout money and wltliout prlce.-plsalah 53:1. Commercialism certainly should have no place in ile Christian Church. But in an age Hint will even commercialize < a man's love for his mother, it is email vender that the great holy days of the Ghurch—Christmas .«hd i:n t. r— have become the eptfc 1 j 1 of profit-seeking purveyor.-; .,r . y- thing from hats to w sky. New Year's day, Thanksgivit day, Mother's day, Father's day, any thy at all, becomes just an .thcr oppor- tunity to take a mah'Stjfiionc waste his time, and 'possiWj to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 February 1939

Personal and Local Happenings 52522$ rf EK : it«s ; 5& & South Heights Home Demonstration Club The South Heights Home Dem *mstra)tpn Club will meet this afternoon, (FVidajy, wi th, Mrs. 11. 0. McMichael at 2.30. Miss Morgan, Hoime Demonstra- tion agent, will meet iwtith us. Visitors and new members are invited. SUNBEAM BAND SCATTERS SUNBEAMS GEORGE WASHINGTON PROGRESSIVE DINNER A ProgneHsivJe (George Wasl\- inlvton dinner party was given Thursday night February 16, at the following Womep. jjPirst course served at the Ihome of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Moore Second course at Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Coker's. Third {course at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hampton, where the rest of the evening was spent ih enter- taining the young couples, iwho enjoyed progressive (games and dancing - Those present were Wilmoth Gallaway, Da line 'Wyiiin-etgar, Mary Smith, Isabel CoKer, Delwin Moore, jlimmie Lejivea, Louie Harold Giles, Jim McCoy, ChesV ter Milton Coker, Morgan Hamp- ton, Lee Roy Franklin,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 March 1939

iH 4 Em. 1939 Parity Payment Plan Announced ►, jt ;■ Newsy Notes From Dalton Hews Item: American Industry spends >750,000 each working day lor research to find new and better products. Ural and Pergonal Newa of In teres t. to was | ^jrs knjji^jn^ly . or unknowingly ex cei^ded, no parity payment w:l It is to be observed that . (l) date«'Of sales or sales prices, of thjf 1988 or the 1939 ctotton cropo have no relation whatever to the amount of jj&yment iwhich may be: made with respect to anyjMrs. jWty island .and ,eon «pt; SLET2 *3? ,n ma-! Eme8^ ,Mertens' ^ vfeJd 1 ^ n0nm" Mr Mr8' Jan M England of unlr thf1So- 4 Jr W«co are .visiting relatives here under the 1939 Agricultural Con- this week,'' se^atAm (Program; *8)- },, . tKe Hary Frames Kn^tan was Ploao" to !° on Sunday night gUest of Mr. and tntm in 1939 exceeds the farm L„. Hertert Cl-omer. acreage allotment, without regard | Those blending the quilting «t 'Janie Hampton's llAsit Wednesday; were Mrs. Horace .... . Tuck,;'Mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 March 1939

i ?$P i' ®l I & l.y - VAP1.ES MONITOR u kvcry Friday ... W. R. WATT£ Watered as second-cluss mail mat tcr in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Congrress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 1.00 SIX MONTHS 50c ADVERTISING RATES on ap plication. No objectionable oi ' swindling advertisements in- serted at any price. We be- lieve all *ur advertisers to b< honorable and responsible. I any of our subscribers havi found any of our advertiser! not fulfilling their agreement we shall consider it a favor t< be notified of the fact. Ail bills Texas. payable in Naples Three P's O pire Dril.s niuniam, feeciaim, hazism—all of these, judging by the critics of our social order, are Letter than democracy. The fact tha,fj thp American system jhap gi^'eJt the highest standard of lining on earth is disregarded. The fact that the American workmen "have lux- uries, enjoyed only by the well- to-do or official elasis abroad, is covered up. Fortunately, the American peoplfy >ie<...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 March 1939

mecg I #'v: ft v' if :r >■ JRRBIITRIKX "milSCW , AND AUTOMOBU "MmCRUSH, HKHTACg^^ .ft'?". ;Teacher and 2 Boys Hurt iln Auto and ^ruck Crash ®L, «.lh Rid— Highway WhtnTrad;OrtwrF ll u~, Hui'luIVuck ■ ■aMUM®S^ Ch®*6. iJftSjlkieKllW Wc!f SideswipesAuio Is tilei ? W VJ^ * Here Saturday0 9W *&■'■'■ . L bto MW!LW £r -,e • • You Must Decide WHAT PRICE HUMAN LIFE. ln,ere,U demand legislative .ulhorlljr to InerflM* the existing track load Umit on k •iTogamly ignoring the fact that highway haaardi to life and limb grow greater year 07 year. . «i l^"-7n',',Wayl °' Tm™ ,n ,'1® I"1 T—r tor which authentic figure* are available, 670 person* . . . . men, women and children . . . lo«t their Uvea in accidenla permanently disabled * * ' ■nt' 3>36® other* ware injured , . . many of them ,®10 f*'f •'* ye®r • • • • 1932 to 1937, incliuive .... the number of pereona Si . «" *JweWenta increased from 241 to 670 .... and thoie injured from BH7 to 3,360. These indisputable figures .... taken from a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 March 1939

W\ /• ii \ • ■-. 4,, ^ m, ^JKL_ , " , - ■: ' . a Jl. • - I , •'IV,. LiLJlUUliU II Ill | .,.^ujw.ilinmmw. mM« inniUWM>TiJ.T.m.ij .t...ii..iu..nii.r.i.rra -mSBSmZSaBBagSpa >■' W \ :>' * g|j . " „ w^y- : I UHB' | Personal and Local Happenings k*iEE= SSa£S?f Baptist Church Calls Pastor At a pecanit meeting of the Naples Baptist Church Rev. Till- man T. Newton of Pulaski, Ky., was called as pastor. Rerv. New- ton has accepted the call, be- ginning Sunday March 12. There will be services at the church each Sunday morning and evening and everyone is cordial'y invitajd to attend. j GIRLS 4-H CLUB Garden Club Program Thursday, March )9 Hostesses} (Mrs., Slarah Cam- eron, Mrs. Ivan Dorsett. Roll call: tTh« new annua) I plan to plant. 60-60 iGardtai; Miss {Alice ' Griffin. Queer Things About Peed: Mrs. W. 0. Bryan. JT^iiyoina |Oan Grow* Them: Mrs. N. M. Roberts Garden queries, ,Fe'J '39 Hollands Will fall planted petunias, parssep, ,Lark&pur\ need winter protection here? Should ve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 March 1939

I I I I 't.-i •S8M& (iEItc Naples Mtmxtov VOLUME 58 MAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1939 iTOi * NUMBER 49 KESOR PLAN TO BE EXPLAINED IN NAPLES Meeting of Citizen* to be Held Here on March 17. j HARRY HOPKINS TALK IS ENCOURAGING There will be representatives of the Keasier Plan in Napleea on Friday n^ht, March 17 to discuss with the business people and the farmers the problems of Naples and trade area. The plan will be explained and discussed so that those in and near Naples imay decide 'whether or not the plan may benefit the community and if so whether or not the people wish to adopt the plan. Tine meeting will be for the purpose of having the Kessler Plan explained and to determine whether 'thip common ity [wants to consider the proposition of adopting some definite plan for the improvement and betterment of Naples and surrounding com- munity. The, Kcjialer plan proposes, with the assistance and coopera- tion of the local citizens, to work out a definite plan for civic bet- t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 March 1939

m THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday By - W. R. WATTh Entered as second-class mail mat- ter in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March 3, 1879. formal opening pickleTlant at tjukiuna SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR ?l-00 slX MONTHS 60e ADVERTISING RATES on ap- plication. No objectionable o) swindling advertisements in- serted at any price. We be- lieve all *ur advertisers to be honorable and responsible. Ij any of our subscribers have found any of our advertiser* not fulfilling their agreement: we shall consider it a favor t< be notified of the fact. Ail bills Texas. payable in Naples, Enjoyable Quilting An all day quilting at the home of Mrs. N. M. Roberts Thursday March 2 was a very delightful affair. Thd Buffelt-luncheon, (each lady bringing a covered dish) was bountiful and thoroughly en- 'joved, judging f,ram time spent in the dining room. Those present were: Mesdames ,r. D. Stricklanu, E. W. Dycus, liuben Cole. Clurem Moore, Delia Waker, Gertrude Walls, Fr...

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