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THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE '
LURBOCK, LUnnOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1922. PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK VOLUME xxm. 56. Experiments to Determine Ways of AGRICULTURALISTS WILL RECEIVE LABOR'S RIGHT TO ORGANIZE IS Road and Street Maintenance Are j Beina Made On Main Thoroughfares1 MANY PRIZES AT SEPMBER FAIR AFFIRMED BY TEXAS DEMOCRATS COMPENSATION FOR DISABLED VETERANS OF WORLD WAR IS RECOMMENDED MAYFIELD ADDRESSED CONVENTION WED. Democratic Nominee for United SUte. Senate Declare. That 'To Serre the People of Tew. Without Regard to Religion or Creed" I Hit Aim. San Antonio, Sept. 5.-' The -wt.-n.-p of the Democratic party in Texas and the nation is . result of the activities of the Mi ir...- i-i, " Colonel H. I. Lindsey Pallas, firt rational romm.in.i. of the American Lcgum, sayor of Pallas thi a men "-. ... the Pcmo.-r.-itM- State Convention tn MPiion here, declared in a sta'emer tonight whrn it her me known that the platform rnmm-.tt.-p of the mn vent in rcj.-itcd resolutions con demning thi- Ku Klux Klan. "The Ku Klux Klan issue not state but national." Lmdsey con tinued If thp Pcmucratic party W not purge itself of the in fluence of this organ .itn.n. it may won become thp party of thp mob The rpsult will br that voter will rait their ballots not along Pcmo rrntic and Republican lines, but Klan and Anti-Ulan. I.indey also stated that the Na tional Democratic convention mut take up and makp known i' atti tude on thp Klan. Colonel Lindsey is expected to U4 an attcmnt to get a nvn"i.ty report on this ,sue before the on' vention tomorrow. It was indicated by Anti Klan leader ton.ght that their supporters may break off from the ronvpntion if ihp minority rp port is not rpcogniited. The first oppn attempt to get on prsnon from the- convention on thp Ku Klut Klan was mad-' this afternoon whpn two resolutions at tacking the Klan werp m-pentpd to the platform committee by IH- I. K. Clark of Kayptte county and W. B. Teafardpn of San Antonio. Th resolutions- wprp taken onder con sideration by uh-eoinmtttee in spentive session latp today. Aftpr declaring thp Klan organi ution to be a "secret militant, poli tical party which takes in t " hand the prero-ativp of pxp.utive, iutticial and pterutivp authority. and w rhirfl ftas insinuaien nwn "" the dpmocrstie organization in this state," thp resolution introduepu nv Tpagarden rail". upon tnp convention to resolve: "That thp foundation or thm un- ion of state having U d in, and us prosperity, expansion ami pre-o.m-nent pxample in free ar overnme"t freedom of mat- ters of rel gl"U concernment, unit no respect of persons in regaru 10 rank ur place of birth. n party ran justly b dcemcil natmnHi, coo- stuu: !.nal or in a-iori!n.e win Ameruan prin.-ipiea whu-h bases its oricanuation upon rel.gioiia opuimnn and airidrntrfl bnth pla.e. And. henrp, a pol;tnal -rua.le in the TwfnMth t'pnturv and in the L'n - Htatpa of America atainni -n- oil. s. J..wm mt fnreiirn horn ritizens f thia country is neither justified I he na.t hiatorv or futur proa- parta or tn rouniry, nr in unimm with hlfhtened freedom whirh perul.arly i UnUne'lisn Ul ymeri.-an aysirm ui popular fovprnment." Tpagarden and Jsid8 H. D. Lind ey, at liallus. stated tniifht that thp rcaolutiun will bp pla ed before the conrentirjn tomorrow in a minority report if it m not anepted by thu platform committee. A resolution prs-pared by Dr. J. tjrandberry, f CJeoriretown, whirh dei lares ajrriinst rehtfioiia bitrotry and raru prvjudu-r, also will be plured be for the invention tomorrow if mil orludttd in the party plat! irm, Cin.ndberry annoiin.ed. More than 00 resolutions wtra preaenled to the platform body, riiv. rmir a at-or of queNtuma. Clmf among these wer: Supportinir state systt-m of con nected highways; uprising ar.y change in national prohibition act; xcluaion.uf n.'Kroet from primnry lection; pliminatiun of aecond pri mary election; reviwon of prop.;rty tax law; abolition of injunctions; constitutional convention; survey and revision of state tax laws, and atabliiihrnc-nt of county school unit. 'the convention adjourned this af ternoon without further action un lit tomorrow mormiiK when nomi aliona will be made and re pur I ef the Ida If or in committee received. Marshall Hicks of San Antonio waa unanimously eluded rmaiient chairman of the ronvention after he had t-alli.-r in the ilay licen eltr- ted temporary chairman. 1 here were no other noiiiiiia'.ioiis lor per- mum lit chairman. Sun Antoriio, SepL Declara- tio.is ls- that the iVnux latu- party in is a white nmn'i party and I . t .Km iiuhl of luli,ir 1,1 tir III"-!''11 " -- ' (rau.e 'o ImiC'liI tollevlivrly Wcie Hpl 0 piiii lile auiu nu ii's l oinainr i in !, in i. la'ic plnToim as le l i Die I'liiio iil i. ill l oUy by poll lb.- d I ,-....il ion i moult, .t. ui.iiiuii v of th pLttfoi in A r-i oiiiiio n. I. d by tl I i.i i r. i in . o in mn follow.: I tub I i.i i i.l of lo.io i si I Mint i oi.li u. U" I II .i II , n j .il slo II li tiiiiii Si it s atnte and freedom of press Kndorspm.-nt of the vvoonrow i n son administration. Cindi-mnatmn of tho present publicnn admin ist rnt ion. All.-iriancp to prohibition a-t; r.-i-ul.-i'ion of voxels on hiirh m-:is st at., laws for more tfrin-rent eti-font-mi-nt. n .mmondiitmn of l.-irislnt ion r. ffilii-mir ton mi ire of trucks to prevent d.-t ruction of huThways and j-rovision f"r a tux to irmmtnin hih- rentrnli.ation of nirn.-ultunil work of the statP and consolidation of nirricultura! d.-piirments. Alli-JTiani-e to tariff for revenue only: d'-nonn-i-ment of Kordm y-M.-rumb.-r bill as "an act to in-cr.n-o- the hiirh ro-t of livintr and to prevent restoration of intirna tioTii.1 trade." fpholdinir autonomy of -.tales ami r.ifht of 'at.-s to control intra state commef.p; demand f-r repeal F.h .('unimiiiri transportation act Recommendation of letfi-Iiitum t ' n-it farmers in co-operative mnrk Ptinjr. Kndorsement of Sheppn-d-T-nvner bill and lejrialat ion to -five Texas full benefit- of acts. "We airnin affirm the anrtcnt and accepted doctrine that the D.-m-, ratjr party is a white man's piiriv nd unreservedly recommend the cotitiriuel ob-ervance of that prin ciple." , v Recommendation of l.-R-tslat inn by tate lcjislatur to enable the stalp to takp full advantage of funds from the Federal irovernment in constructing highways. Rpforeat ratmn and preservation of open courts throuirhoiit the year to expedttP disposal of court ac tions. . . Rprommendation of lririslation providirf for devplopment of water conservation to prevent loss from flimds and snrvev by the state to further this work. Re-forest ration and of forests. Revision of election preservation laws We tT:rm that the Ill-lit of ...M.l.U ih nn inherent ritfht of 'h" 4 . n.m.L. iloil Ul.or lias th nirht both of peaceful aiuument no l-iral use of its resource for the benefit of its brothers in dis tress. We re-affirm the riirbt of workers to HrfjHnlK' Bnd give our aiiproval to the prim mle of collec tive hiirgmnintr. Ieislalion to that end that the state operate the in-siir-ince -ystem under the employ ers' comoensation acts should be allotted and should provide for u more ei)Uitable compensation than is now had. He-location of penitentiary; sur vey for relocation and provision for prison for criminally insane. Amendment to primary election law provntinir for nommutions for Judicial officps by convention. Recall of county officials Tor re fusal to enforce laws, by the courts. Knilorwrnent ol national nci.-n--a.t of 1920. Compensation for disabled veter ans of the world war. Recommendation of appropriation by IcffisiMtion to supplement avail able whool funds; tax levy fT sup port of stale schools. Additional resolutions reported by the platform committee when the convention re-assembled includmtr ilecliiiRtions favorinif establishment of a state nir n. y to assist mutiu ipnl itiea in public utility problems, a constitutional convention, e.Uitl vot ing rights for Texans in federal service and the establishment of a West Texas Agricultural Colli ge co ordinated with the A. A M. College at College Station. Mayfield Atdress Democrali Metia "To serve the people of Texas without regard to religion or creed," was declared by Karle 11. Mayfitld to be his aim in accepting the ppm eralic nomination for United State Senator at the State. Convention to day. . . Opposition to the national admin istration tariff bill, to immigration and support of tha League of Na tions was expressed by M field. 1U also declared for American as sistance in stabilising of Kuropean alfairs, development of foreign Nisi kels. "Prohibition Is here, and this it no time to discus whether we would have it," Mayficld said. "The Volstead Act should be amended not to iM-intit the manufacture of lik'ht wihcs and beer but to mnke it a felony to violate the prohibition ait. The return of light wnu- and b.rr means the return of the open iwilooit. Hio-e is bo favor the ic turn of Ihcso are I bote bo att.mp I, d to .!' il M dining I lie W.nld War" ll.foie Msvfkld's i 1 l or S. it m n Mi P a I ninar N hiUlilhrft loll, imiiKti d I y l i f tt .i, end I i.l l ... I .... t by of lit (Sit I II II, w 4 h.'iii c ii' d b li.oH i t I'h s W C IUik . i.iior M.f .11 M.. t.l.ili , I.iibboi k i itii ns want (rood roads and sf reels. That fact, is everywhere evident, but the solution to the problem is thus far obscure. The various in 'ti ty and it y commi.ssioners for the past several years have been trying to solve the problem of keeping I.ubbock dirt in I.ubhock. The town has been built upon the plan of every citnten patroni.ing home in : t.tutioris, but somehow the elem'-t t are not so easily brought under con trol as are the progressive citizen, and .some means of keeping the sur face of our roads and streets from beinir blown out of the ify limits and keeping less favorable soil from taking I's place, is one or great im port mice nnd difficulty. There are tho-e, however, who believe t'lilt they can devin' some means of keeping the dirt on the streets iir-d roads, and have advanced two ideas, due is to place l aj white l'me-ri'k format'on, which is obtainable it. croat (iiant!tns nbnig the canyon, on the streets, imil keep it so thor mighiv soaked for several days that it will cement, mnking it strong enough that the heavy traffic expe--ienced here Will not wear thp mud liwny. This experiment f takintr ilace out on Hroailway right now The ibrt has been piled high in the BONUS BILL IS DELAYED AGAIN Washington, Sept. ."..--The sol diers' boniis bill was subjected to another delay today. My a vote of .1 to M. conferees representing the Senate Kinanrc Committee and the lloiisp Ways and Means Cotnmtt'ee decided to fint-h ironing out differences in the tariff j b II before taking up the twin us. j Senator Smoot, Kepubliean of 1'tjih, and Uciresentat n e r.irilft.-y, Kepubliean of Michigan; (Ireen. K publican of Iowa; Lungwort h. Re publican of Ohio, and darner, Pemo i rat of Texas, voted to continue mnsideration of the tariff before taking up the bonus. They were opposed bv Senator .McCumher. Re publican of North Pakota; Simmons. IlemiM-rnt of North Carolina, and Walsh, Demiwrat of Massachusetts, who thought the bonus should be put ahead. Senator McLean, Republican of Connecticut, and Representative Col lier, pemoi-rot of Mississippi, were not present when the vote was tak en. ANOTHER BRICK FOR LUB BOCK IN NEAR FUTURE W. A. Myrick, Sr.. father of our townsman. Walter Myrick, of the Cole-Myrick Hardware Co.. has bought the lots on the corner of 13th and Vve J which were formerly oc cupied by the Lubbock Iron Works and has contracted to place on thp lots, construction to begin within ninety days, a modern brick business house, covering the two lots. It is unknown at this tune what business will occupy the location. The I.ubbock lpon Works have already moved thp wooden structure from the lots, and are located on Ave. I. Abernathy s Public School Will Open September 1 1 th Fine Prospects For A Splendid Year's Work in School We are looking forward to om of the best, if not the best year's work that the Abernathy school has hail in it past history. We have a faculty well selected from a list of many applicants with records that show to us that they are well quali fied, and are excellent instructors in their line of work. Miss Clara Matosky will have charge of our first grade. Miss Matosky i well known to the Aber nathy ppople, for she ha been with them the past year. We are glad to have her in her former place, for we estrt-m her moat highly. Mis C-irnvlia McGuire comes to us from Hen Arnold, Texas. She has had special training in the Sam Houston State Normal College. Mis McGuire i a teachers of six year' experience. She comes to us well recommended. We feel sure she will b a success. Mis Ruth K. Ripley comes to u from Petersburg, highly recommend ed. Mis Ripley Is a former student of Abernathy and holds a first grade Certificate. She Is well quali fied to handle her department, I am sur I speak the sentiment of the people In saying teat we wel come her with us again. Mis Vera Carver has had four years' ripriience In teaching, and is highly recommended. She w .ij a nuniUr of th fatuity at Kan-j ilolpli for the pat year. W e feci j like she is i anal Id of handling l r j sit i f Ihe wuik wilh the I -t of1 Sill I f"l Mi. l A. I'.'i'im i a fonio-r el ll.let I of ihe Tr' S'-i" S..i m! I iil'u. Hi holds a f sri m.I irit.i..il.., and is a folio u,-ii u. I"i In H e lulu nu .1. .' Kl.!cs. We am .iy ..uy Indeed In Mr Kay I' a, t-.il f I r f " t lulisle III . ill nig hit l-l'll"l, M s-ieet.-, graded to desirable slnnrs, j find the large fire hose turned loose on it Thus far the experiment ) seems au.-c.-sful. but the proof is i;i j how Ion ' that dirt will stay, and we are in hopes it will stay there a reasonable length of time. The second experiment is to oil the surface roads, thts to be tried out along the road lending to the fair purk. The road is to be placed in good shape, and the oil applied. If this experiment is successful, iiml the dust and sand will not blow I mm beneath the heavy coat of oil, in- of the greatest problems that .on'ro'it-- us will liavi' been solved that of road maintenance. (, roads in Lubboi k count" are cseti'vi! to the development of this section, nnd everything that will th--"W a little light upon the prob l nis involved is heartily welcomed. The fair is but a few days off, ii ml tie business men of Lubbock are exerting every effort to make that one of the big oci nsions of the year, and certainly the condi'ion of th- road leading to the park wul h i' e a great part to play in the inmfot-t or discomfort of o-ir visi tors. Mere's hoping the key 'hat ur l' l; our greatest problem h-is been found. This move leaves only one land mark of -he old days on that block, and that is the old building that was used as the city hall, and possibly in the near future this will be mov ed and replaced with a modern brick. MASS MEETING TO DISCUSS BUILDING ORPHANS' HOME Friday night at eight o'clock at the City Auditorium a general mass meeting will be held for the discuss ion of the location of an Orphans' Home for the City of Lubbock. The question of the location 'f the home is now under discussion by the director of the local Cham ber of Commerce, together with rep resentative of the local churches, and the mass meeting is for the purpose of introducing the public to the movement, and ascertaining their sentiments in the matter. Thi is a very laudable work, and should have the full and hearty en-operation of the public as a whole. We understand that there are already ten or a doren appli cations for enframe to thp home from Lubbock alone. Kememl-er the mass meeting Friday night at the Auditorium, and come out. Your help and co-operation is needed. Rev. C. K. Lynn, pastor of the Methodist i hun h at Texline, who has been in Lubbock for the past few weeks recuperating, leaves the l-ttter part of this week for his work. He will wind up ihe affairs of the chur. h fur the year, and jjet read- for the Annual Conference. He will return to Lubbock this fall, and will likely make this his home. Ids family is here now. and will re main here, ns the altitude at Texline is too high for members of his fam- iiy- Bert Pinson. Mr. Pinson comes from Center. He is a former student of Baylor University and is well prepared to handle our Knglish de partment and athletics in the High School. 4 Miss McDonald w the seventh grade teacher of Abernathy lust year. She holds a permanent cer tificate from the North Texas State Normal Colleee. and is an excellent instructor. We feel lilfe sho will be a success in. placing the history department on the accredited list. School will begin Monday, Sep tember 11, at nine o'clock. We es pecial'"" "ire every student to be preae can ' me td( t r t Ihe first nay wneiner ne -gular or not, that w ooki and properly clas- lly wejeome every parr .h us any time now, es ihe ln-ginning of school, teachers may meet them. 1 , ask tha students to report card, and a pencil en the first day. The J each grade or depart ad vim the student what for the rest of the term, ai her knows best what i needa. a faculty, are roing i effort foi ward to niakp i woik a mvri and this only an etr.nl If we do Ihe ciiinbliied support f !, pupils and the h"d t i f li. h I am suie wi.l nn.it In ai Idy. ,iei la our Si hool i let I a k iand and gli ii Ions tvjr Uitinail.y lend. Wa . i si I'lij loVl In. -i.l on H" and fiounds, l of bl- h I o, . Ii In ibw i ..inf.. It ' d . f il.r . loi.l.ni A. I l'Hl It. M j'l. ONE EXHIBIT MAY BE ENTERED IN COMMUNITY BOOTH AND AS INDIVIDUAL EXHIBIT THIS YEAR'S FAIR GREATER THAN EVER rltK-h Effort la Being Placed Back of the Fair to Make it the Greatest Event in the Panhandle for This Month. Many Counties Are Interested, Large Crowds Anticipated. . The development of the agricul tural interests of the South Plains is one of the m'ut important things, and the South Plain Fair manage ment recognises this and they have made ome special effort to interest the people of the rural sections in i he fair, and in order that our farmer friends may know what is i being offered in advance of receiv- j itiir the fair catalogue, we give the j following information which will be. in the fair book under the head ot the Agricultural department: Division t County Be-t county exhibit of agricultur al, manufactured and general re sources of any county: First $100; Second $"."; third fr0; Fourth and Fifth, $'..,r each. The managers in charge of said exhibit will be required to furnish affidavits that all articles therein were raised, manufactured or mined in the county, represented by him, in 1 If."-'. The County Evhibis will be judg ed on Pallas Fair basis. Division 2 Community Ity community is meant neighbor hood, a school district, a town and surrounding retail trade territory or unv small group of people having similar interests, and like farming conditions. Any community in West Texas .an compete for this prize, except the City of Lubbock, which is barred from competition. Any article that is part of a com munity exhibit may be also entered by the grower in the individual class to which it is eligible. Community exhibit will be judged on score card below. Anything raised or manufactured in the com munity may be used as decoration. One" community can have only one entry First prir.e, $!0, also $10 worth of tree donated by F.xperi ment Station; Second $.'15; Third J-.Ti; Fourth I In. Score Card Community Cotton and Kaffirs Cotton and Wheat -. Oats and Barley Alfalfa, Sweet Clover and Velvet Beans Peanuts and Cow Pens . Annual Forage Crops.. - - Fruits .. Fres-h Vciretables . .-2.10 2 SO . . Ml . . r.n . . .".o . t'O . r.o on O-h.r Crops ret Pisplayed I'n der Above Classification ."0 Attractiveness, Arrangement and Neatness of Kxhibit . . . 1 M' Total Only one of the i to be exhibited, ored on a basis lio'O three followilg and it wiil be of 2.ri0 points. Kafir" iml feteritn an de kafir. milo maize, any other grain ni'- ghum. F.iihor may be shown. 1. Corn S samples of ten ears each. 2. Kafir 5 samples of ten ears each. Both may .'!. Corn each. Kafirs 3 be shown. 2 samples of ten ears samnle of ten cars each. Only one of the following three is to lie exhibited and will be judged en a basis of 2.10 points. Lither may be shown. 4. Cotton 2 families of twenty open holla each, and variety or var ieties, or .1. Wheat 1 peck sample and 2 bundle, any variety or varieties, or Both may be shown. '. Cotton 1 sample of twenty . pen bolls, any variety or varieties;, and Wheat 1 peck sample and two bundles, any variety or varieties. 7. Oata and Barley I peck sam ple and two bundle of either, or one peck sample and one bundle of each. 8. Alfalfa. Sweet Clover, elvet Beans 1 gallon of seed and two bundle of either showing season's growth, or 1-2 gallon of seed and one bundle of any two showing sea son's growth. 9. Peanuts and Cowpeas I peck sample and 2 vine of either, or 1 peck sample and 1 vine of either. 10. Annual Forage Crops 3 bun dles of different varieties or kind of sweet sorghum or other annual crop grown for forage, and one gallon of eed r h of the three varieties or kinds shown. Thp fod der shall nut be removed from the stalk. (No gram sorghum shall be considered as a dual crop!. 1 1. Fruil I harm tei tstii s of tha County nalive and cultivated, S I'late of f sop- linens i s, h of d,f l..i.nl varieties, r kinds, and A no it Jai of I siiiicd truil if d.f fclriit vain-tics or kind. t.)ul.Ue.l l.i H i s my bp shown hi 3 pound baskets I J f .esh V. geUl li - I1' nl.iblt i f .i.ir. ti i.l ku.d, or nn iii J', .Is, hum . or .not il n a d. - l' i..i' . .1 HI I 'l ' liloll I 1 I 1 UUmr I . . N 't P s( l.iv.d Kilobit if ( one rs.h if Urn (.4..., I IH '!, ) !'. , edible, nuts, popcorn, castpr beans, and any other crop not displayed! under above classifications. The relative aprii ultural value us well ns the quality of the products shown will be considered in judging this . lassif ii ution. The quantity of each exhibit to be the same as specified in the general exhibit classes. Diviiion 3 Individual Farm In this division an exhibitor, must have on display not less than 10 different varieties of farm products. The judges will, in placing awards, take into consideration the arrange ment of the exhibit, the variety of product exhibited and the quality. Kxhibits judged upon community e hibit sore card. First prize I'-M; Second $15; Third $10; Fourth $5: Fifth $5. Woman' Buildint; to be Center of Attraction at Fair When you go to the fair, don't fail to visit the Woman's Building. You will find exhibits there which, will interest you for hours. Miss Marsh, Home Demonstration Agent, has been bu-y for weeks, planning for this building, and with her corps: of assistants, everything is being done to make this building very attractive. Mrs. Lon MuIIicnn, superintendent of the Floral Department, expects to have a display of flowers and ported plants that will be well worth seeing. If anyone has somethmg in line that will add to the exhibit, notify her, and help in every way possible. The Textile Department will be well taken care of by Mrs. Fred Boerner. Here is an opportunity for all the ladies of the South Plain to .how their handiwork. This part of the Woman's Building should in terest the ladies as they all enjoy this, and to get the most benefit everyone should exhibit. Thp Culinary Department, under Mrs. J. S. Johnson's efficient man agement will interest even the men, especially if Mrs. Johnson would al low sampling of the exhibits. Mrs. Johnson is very anxious that the ladies of thp entire S 'iith Plains help make this exhibit the largest in the h'story of the Fair. Mrs Waber Myrick Jr . is super intendent of the Fine Ar's Depart ment. This ilet'iirtment will be made beautiful under her manage ment, bii' she desires the co-operation of evi-rvone w'vi can help. Miss IVI-h Wilkinson will be in i barge of a I lei net nn-nt called Mis cellaneous. Here will be exhibited war relics of all kinds, old docu ments, und many other things of In terest. For example, Mr. O. D. llargis will bring his fine collection which he gathered while sojourning in Asia. This will be worth looking over. In this building will be located a Red Cross Rest r.onm, under the di rection of Miss KU is. Secretary of the Lubbock Red Cross. (everything is being done to make this building very attractive, and the visito' to the Fair will d i well to go through the building and in spect the exhibit carefully. JACK AND THE BEAN STALK HERE NEXT SATURDAY Through the efforts of the 20th Century Club of this city, special pictures are being shown at the R. It. l.isdey fur the benefit of the children. The show begins promptly at 10:00 o'clock and thp picture next Saturday morning will be of unusual interest to thp little folks, it being Jack and the Bean Stalk. These pic tures are carefully selected by a committee from the Twentieth Cen tury Club, and are censored by mem bers of this Club, and the children will be benefitted by seeing them. The nianagemtnt of the show cannot make a cent out of the show at tha price five cents each, but if you will fill the theatre to its capacity he will be able to continue the pic tures every Saturday at this extreme ly low price. All school children are essecially urged to attend. 1500 ATTEND REVIVAL AT PLAINVIEW, TEXAS Plninview, September B. Mom than fifteen hundred people from over tin section of the I'luins ami other parts of the Panhandle at tended the i o-opi iativp revival at the new rily auditorium, l-ing con itutted by the I hm h of Christ, Sumlav. l-vangelist Fy F.. Wal lace, Jr., of ernoii i ilointf th preaching and Tillit S. lddie of rrnoii is hading lb ii-g-ng, -s .ted bv Rev. II. M. Lrvn l.U, I tor of the bid i hun h. Ihp in, ,i ling wi.l coii.iiiie throtin'iiiut tlm I h l and over m-it uii.lay. Mr and Mi. I vw. It t ' y ef tni.i l ', si i.mm m I i :.... k ti,, ... VI r it I Mis. 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