W H Farrior - 15 Sep 1929 - Abilene Reporter-News, Texas
care the In bnr month having A] last month of school. Salvation-(Continued Salvation-(Continued from Page 6) was given unanimous approval of board members present. The report was followed by a short talk b- Captain Farrior, who said in part: "I believe that- If the public understood understood as well as our .board the work being i done, by our organization, organization, that we would have no trouble in reaching our quota. Our work is of such B nature that very little of it is brought to the attention of the public. The fact that more than 1.000 persons were assisted during the past year is evidence thai ours is an active and much needed organization. All this work is done without regard to color or creed If there Is need, the Salvation Army Is. ready to be of any assistance within Its power. Besides the social work there is that work which has liner, divorce. O..BDEBS EXTEBED IK Â«KD CpCKT M. -S- LOHB. Jndtft PreeWInf M. TM . BÂ»,-ne. Â«,. Clarence BarnÂ»Â». di- KOT1CE OF INTENTION TO MAMir Alt-ri B. Evans. AbUsss,-- and MUi Sibyl M. Gann, Dallas-. NEW AUTOMOBILES Chevrolet Chevrolet coach. F. Holmes Sullivan. stuVebVer coupe, Monty oil company. Dodge sedan, W. J. Van 'London. Ford Ford coupe. Anderson-Clayton and com- TcH"roÂ«hlir, cltr ot AJIlene. Chevrolet coupe. B. E- Fields. Auburn cabriolet, M. A. Unman. Hudson teJan, S. p.. Oarobll^ Merkel. METALS TRADING ' NEW YORK. Sept. 14.--Metals nominally unchanged. always been a part ot Salvation Army activity wherever it operates, that of helping men and women to a better understanding of. their Creator. After all, that Is the teat strength of our social wort."