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The Madison Journal from Tallulah, Louisiana • 6

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Tallulah, Louisiana
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6
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"vi -Yf- afM -ffr- THE MADISON JOURNAL TALLULAH LOUISIANA FRIDAY MAY 7 3- enjoyed by all ijy and dancing were present ll A Colored Notes FREE STORAGE A It has been announcd by Winter? of the local of Lodge that a meeting of importance will be held tonight (Friday) and all members are requested to be present iana levying a tax thereon and Langford is definitely news and providing for the destruction of regardless of how well ver-ed you any machines operated in viola- j0 on the Supreme Court edition of this ordinance T- i Be It Ordained By the Police troversy the latest Kaufman pln Jury of Madison Parish Louisiana and conditions Spain you rc not in regular session convened: i up-to-the-minuti1 unless you can Section 1 That all per on? or 1 discuss this minaturc marvel with firms operating coin or check controlled machines and other111110 liy- mechanical apparatus played fur Phil Regan the incredibly haiul-pleasure skill tokens or merchan-1 somti Irish lad from Brooklyn 5is? business within the tem-jwh ldtn tcnor voici cvat(l tonal limits of the Fari-h of Madi- T) T- son shall pay an annual privilege I him from the New orh I ohee Detax of $100000 for each machine i partment to screen plays operated opposite Miss Langford and the Section 2 Be It Further Or-jtwo youngsters are a heart-winning dained that there be and there is i hereby exceptt from the above tax combination If FOUR HOURS FREE STORAGE ANY TIME BETWEEN 8 A And 6 The Mansford public school will present a drama "College and a cantata You Wednesday May 12 Speakers will be Prof Hayes Henderson Green and Rev Tigner Mabel Flowers principal invites the public ESTRAY NOTICE Improv Unijorti Interna Realizing the difficulty of parking down town while in Vicksburg shopping or on business the risk of bent fenders and inclement weather we are offering this four hour FREE parking to all automobile owners of Madison Parish Club No 1 of New Morning Star Baptist Church will meet Monday night May 10 at the home of Bessie Johnson The public is invited The plot weaves itc-i engaging- levy any such above scribed Notice is hereby given that I have taken up one unmarked and unbranded pale red cow some white on right hip about years old on the Chesterfield Place in Ward 8 of this parish Owner of above cow may have same by proving ownership and paying costs Unless said owner calls for said cow within ten (10) days from date hereof said cow will be advertised and sold as the law directs A ANDREWS Tallulah La May 7 1937 26-3t machines which are operated by the about the featured songs dances American Legion the recipts of and comedy sketches that up the production Langford ns the which machines is used for charitable By RI Dean purposes Section 3 Be It Further 0r-! unknown singer i elevated to str-dained that said licm-e tax for the dem by Press Agent g-vn The ear 1937 is due and payable on or faniinine heavy played convincing- After closing a successful school term as home economics teacher at the Vernon Parish Training School Emily Parker has returned home to the delight of her many friends Storage Garage1 efore the 15th day of May 1937 ly by Louise lit Le Vicksburg Mississippi Section 4 Be It Further Or- dained that any machines found in ruin her reputation and ju-t operation after the 15th day of suceeds but Regan saves the my thr atons to rbout day gripping do- THE Telephone 13( 1413 Walnut Street Tallulah Blanks Little Rock Here Lee and Fannie Spurlock had as their house guest Tuesday and Wednesday their brother Pinkston Patterson and wife They left Thursday for their home in Sardis Miss UCSSOM golds peacemak 0m lldr PRIMA1 ay 1937 upon which said license has not been paid shall be seized by the Sheriff of Madison Parish and destroyed instanta anil the owner or operator of such machim-s shall be subject to a line of net less than Ten ($1000) Dollars or mote than One Hundred (10000) Dollars or SO days in jail or both at the descretion of the Court HEWES President BENJAMIN Secretary Wouldn't I- JUNIOR INTERS 1-IC How VOUNG -JC I'romi The Gilfoil school will close on May 6 and 13 The interesting program will be sponsored by Dudley Bell principal The public is invited truck in an unusual nouncement Tin- film throughout is full of gay surprise such as the hilariously funny dialogue Si quinces between Moln-ses and January the specialty song number by the Tic Toe Girls the antics of AI Pearce and his Gang with the lb rated Lord Bilgewater at his not to mention the ventrilo-qui dummy who tosses off many a nr at epigram For an evening of sheer fun and recreation we heartily endorse Hit It stands head and shoulder above the run-of-the-mill Hollywood musical production Club No 3 of New Morning Star Baptist Church will meet Tuesday night May 11 at the home of A Lindsey The public is cordially invited to attend Opens At Cameo Here Sunday In a V' the philo jnd in sert then Tights Jcsi and creasing! truth thal Upand that tlence ai Simply oi pot fit ou: The iMadison Parish Training School is holding its thirtennth annual commencement from May 8 to 14 The public is invited For a quality lVfe-2 at a surprisingly low cost by all means see a GMC Advanced stream-style and exclusive color design give every GMC an unusually distinctive appearance Roomy all-steel cabs provide maximum driver comfort Refinements and improvements throughout assure exceptional performance reliability and economy Inspect a GMC lVfe-2 ton truck for yourself either the conventional or cab-over-engine type You1 can buy it complete with any one of six stand-1 ard bodies at an extremely attractive price Our own A Tim Paymmnt Han auurnt you 6f Itwwf ovaiobf ratal I Donnie Thorp 35 paid a $5 fine vnarvel a ngra Last Sunday the Tallulah Owls blanked the Dubbisson Tigers of Little Rock Ark to the tune of 2-0 Finney Owl hurler was master of the Tigers holding them to five scattered hits while his mates collected seven off the offering of three Tiger moundsmen The feature of the game was the fielding of Cyrus shortstop Mayes second baseman and Read first baseman of the locals who executed four double killings to help hold the visitors in check The invaders also turned in two Viouble plays Allen catcher for the Owls put the game on ice with a triple to deep right field and scored later on a single to account for the winning runs The visitors did not get a man to third base only one reached second to be trapped a few seconds later in a double kinning In all the game was one of the most thrilling seen here in many a moon On Sunday May 9 the Owls will meet the strong Vicksburg Blues who defeated them here several weeks ago by a score of JJ-1 It is expected that Manager A Clark will arrive in time to be in the contest Sunday May 16 the Owls will journey to Lake Village Ark to meet the Dubbisson Tigers in another game It is expected that a large number of local fans will accompany the team on the trip at South Bend Indiana on a charge of kicking Nannie Jones He steadfastly maintained he had intended kicking someone else but did not say whom VOUR CRR! The Tiny Tot Wedding which was held at Mt Olive Baptist Church for the benefit of the church was quite a success fiwiselesi gteeez are jfjng it In Vfor an pose T1 fi'hat far spring su The a to the patrii Our hat most respectfully comes off to Frances Langford Phil Regan Director Gus Meins Orchestra Leaders Duchin Hoff and Ellington Comedians Givot Newell Kelton et al for Hit which opens at the Comco Theatre Sunday May 10 for two days Orchids too to Republic for filming this musical masterpiece and giving us an hour and a half of unalloyed pleasure and entertainment as never see in many a day to come An interesting program will be given at Talla Bena School on May 20 Amy Parker principal of the school invites the public The Russian peasants come the nearest to any people to hibernating Covered up to keep warm they conserve their energies and wait for spring in a practically continuous sleep ftYbeglnninfl Ctera careful Willie Shaw Mary Norman LintOn Cotton Hazel Norman and Emma Preston were visitors in Delhi Sunday AVOID REPAIR BILLS by using the correct Mobiloils and Mobilgas tuned for hot weather drip ing Your friendly Magnolia Dealer is prepartd to give your car a complete 7-Point Summerize chscb up to safeguard your engine transmission diffsrte tiaL radiator and other vital parts Summerizs now at the sign of the Flying Red Horse I Change Now to SummernGrade QUALITY AT PRICES LOWER THAN AVERAGE BROOK MAYS COMPANY RELIABLE PIANO Delta Olds-Pontiac Co nd had feat of ui vreach the jng a fan Ing certal 'him he -promised In the lax God had there he Peac fifttv 12-17 Isaac aa In th given result Tim the si GENERAL MOTORS TRUCKS AND TRAILERS The Brook Mays Company dealers in fine Pianos for half a century can give you the best instrument obtainable for the price you wish to pay Don't fail to see and hear the wonderful Knabe Grand or the lovely new Musette and Betsy Ross Spinet Pianos before you buy or if you want a good used piano for a small amount of money and on easy terms write us at once and we will arrange for you to see them right in your own home without obligating yourself in any way Colored School Holds Closing Exercises Soon The most popular business man and woman contest which was conducted under the auspices of the local Elk and Junior Elk Lodges closed last week with the winners being announced as follows: Alonzo Williams 282 votes and Frank Rice 180 votes Other contestants were Ellen Dyson and Charlie Harris who received honorable mention for the positions they held The winner of first prize will be crowned and decorated as the most popular business man at the annual celebration of the Elk Lodges to be held this summer YOU WILL FIND ADDRESS Brook Mays Company 124 DeSIARD STREET MONROE LA Louisa Lisby spent Sunday and Monday visiting her son and daughter-in-law Lee and WiUia Lisby Club No 2 of New Morning Star Baptist Church will give a program at the church Sunday afternoon May 9 at two o'clock All clubs choirs and friends are invited Refreshments will be served free rule ov rtous glar isuse the: wen hone lesrt and friutever Note tt itrengthei rield ev father thi rioubtedly i nuit defe fpsulons fatand Wrecked ions and )sa empty IL Peac (w Isaac spalls end Jpt peace till in th ytu are In we face on tt tu not be In the end war tome wai The Madison Parish Training School has scheduled their closing exercises for next Friday night May 14 when the commencement address will be delivered by Dr A Bacoats President of Leland College of Baker La The exercises will be held at the school bulding Other exercises of the school will be as follows: Sunday May 9 Baccalaureate Exercises The sermon will be delivered by the Rev Bell of Natchez Miss Tuesday May Seventh Grade Commencement There were twelve to graduate from the Madison Parish Training School this year they being Lela Adams Florida Baity Clifton Bozeman Joseph Egland Julia Evans Ida Louisa Jackson Jackson Bea Ella iMartin Georgia Ann Nichols Lodiest Ron Fran-chey Pete Truewell and Lucille Washington The faculty consists of Hayes Principal Veola Frank-lyn Vera Parker Carrie Dyson Susie Frazier Edna Hayes Nadine Richards and Lawrence Vocational WHEN YOU BUY THE Willie and Carrie Jackson were hosts to the senior close of the on last Friday evening A two-course luncheon was served and games and dancing were enjoyed by all presents It may be fun to "sit on a but the fun in risking your money on razor blades? Probak Jr at 4 for 10e offers you a double-edge blade of known quality Made by a special process Probak Jr glides through toughest whiskers without pull or irritation Probak Jr is made by the largest blade manufacturer Buy a package of these smooth-shaving razor today "LEADS THE BREAD IN THIS BREAD TERRITORY Franchey Pete Truewell motored to Shreveport last Sunday to visit with his Bisters Ethel Golston and Wilma Truewell HIT A ITEMAE PIMM Shout frf Many Women jkilslesd Scrlptui rtrams jweatli It has been announced by Dyson and Flowers local dance promoters that they have secured the Cotton to play for the commencement dance on Thursday night May 18th JUNIOR BLADES MADISON PARISH POLICE JURY ORDINANCE nesyjEl oi ura gougi iakqist siadi makiri More People VACATION Ethel Lexing has returned to her home here to spend her vacation after a successful term in a Raleigh North Carolina school Ordinance No 134 An ordinance regulating the operation of coin or check controller machines and other machanical apparatus played for pleasure skul tokens or merchandise in the Parish of Madison Louis- WHAT THE ALL-CROP HARVESTER WILL DO FOR YOU: 0 New Mid-Summer MERCHANDISl "fi THE pleasures and benefits of travel and relaxa AT THE CAMEO THEATRE LAST TIMES TONIGHT The spacious home of Henry and Dicy lax ton was a bright center last Sunday evening when they entertained a host of friends honoring Roaia Lisby Vera Clax-ton Bessie Claxton Oliver Brooks and Sullivan Brooks There were fifty-two children and adults present at the party Delicious refreshments were served and games 0 GuMe Ysa Crew Sell BaiMlag aad Eresioa-Preveetioa aad Tans The Seed lata Cpih Maka Yea Isdepeadeat Of Crnteai Oatfita Bad Extra Hatp No Twins Or Thraahiag Mis Ts Pay Mr Louis Switzer our ready-to-wear buyer has just rstuiw £vno wi from New York where he made purchases of all mid-W wear for ladies The new frocks are already arriving ssd very cool sheer and inviting Laces nets linens chUfosi de lovely noveley sheers are featured in a large assortment Sth popular pries i fUA bre gf Lar pnrcs oi and 095 AND HERE ARE 0 REASONS WHY: FULL-WIDTH 5-FOOT CYLINDER Has more than twice the average shelling area Cut swath goes through In a thin even no bunching or choking 0 NOTICE tion are enjoyed each year by thousands of Americans The ytravel in a manner that kings of an earlier day could not command on sea by rail over super-highways in the air Money makes these vacations possible from research to develop new transportation to the purchase of a ticket that opens new worlds to the individual Your money will buy a vacation for you bring you more than ever before dollar for dollar $7-95 I convicted of larceny from the person on November 10 1985 am applying for a parole JACK WI 25-St-p WILKERSON en OVERSIZE THRESHING REAR Big 32-Inch by IWoot separating rear assures extra capacity to handle heavy crops or to work at high speed Twice the 0 0 jr ry Mr Switzer has also purchased special graduation and 1 dresses for the coming graduates SECOND FLOOR Ve Ctastii When You Need a Laxative separating area per width of cut VARIABLE CYLINDER SPEED V-belt drives and adjustable sheave enable you to make quick cylinder speed adjustments You can change to beans in a fsw minutes from 1 r- i i y- 1 tr -i Send Us Your Furs For We Have the Lowest Prevailing Price SECOND FLOOR RUBBER-FACED 0 BAR -CYLINDER Easily raised or lowered for different no teeth to change offline up Rubber facing avoids cracking Green weeds are NOT chewed up to raise moisture content of grain Straw remains can be picked up and saved Threshes all smell grains beans or i -more than'70 different ckods TALLULAH STATE BANK TRUST COMPANY Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation -J LOUISIANA TALLULAH Thousands of men and women know how wise It Is to take Black-Draught at the first sign of constipation They like the refreshing relief it brings They know its timely use may save them from feeling badly and possibly losing time at work from sickness brought on by constipation If you have to a laxative' occasionally you can rely on You can be of your own harvezt with an Allis-Chalmers All-Crop Harvester With a 2-plow tractor for Remember Day May The Valley has gifts for every age and every type Youthful middle aged and elaerly mothers are sure pleased Gifts of Underwear Hosiery Bags HandkercD Perfume and a host of other pleasing items power you can cut and thresh your crop at its peak in quality easier you get MORE bushels you save money Let show you Money (b Ctillb Cto IB Q5H1E) ii UtedBER) Cfl AID The Valley Dry Goods Co Naylor Machinery Co BLACK-DRAUGHT Vicksburg Mississippi i.

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Years Available:
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