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   Grand Prairie Texan (Newspaper) - May 29, 1925, Grand Prairie, Texas                                v J Ml S Vt IE TEXAN SfiViSMTfilJNf tt YEAR ORAHD DALLAS MAY Ferguson Family Enjoys Reunion Community Revival Is To Start June 17 At tho home of and Ferguson in Dnlworth 1nrk last Thursday afternoon and evening there wns held n reunion of the j brothers nnd sisters nnd other near relatives of f lie occasion wns really a home doming for yo or more years ago1 the father nnd mother of this filmj ily lived on tho Eagle Ford road j that is now part of West I Of tho ten brothers and sisters only one was and it was indeed a happy time for the entire group1 as tho conversation brought up one old memory after A six oclock Ferguson in vited tho guests into tho dining room where they were treated to an old fashioned fried chicken and garden vegetable Those present were Fer Homer Texas nnd Maggie Georgia Halo of Dal las Anna Jarbeau of Ruble Ferguson of Ivan Dalworth Park and Howard nnd and Guy Jones and Richard and Ruth and Miss Buby all of Arlington Aggie to Graduate 40 Forty students of the North Tex ns Agricultural College have satis faetorily completed their work of the first two years of college and received a degree of associate ot science at the hands of the presi dent of tho college in the college auditorium May Nino students have qualified under the high school regulations and received diplomas for their high school The college is giving high school diplomas for tho first time due to tho fact that affiliation has been given in the last Thfcse who will receive the as sociate of science degrees from Grand Prairie are Misses Pearl Ala paugh and Dorothy Clark Accepts Olney Church Call Clark will leave next week for where How a Texas Town Fire During tho past several months The Texan has given the public in formation regarding tho building and equipping of our nfo trucks and the publicity has attracted at tention and many municipalities have become A few weeks ago Mayor Turner was asked for information regard ing the matter and In the May issue of the Texas Municipali the official organ of the Lcagup of Texas Municipalities carried tho following story How a About Texas Town Builds Its Tire fiftsen months the city commission of Grand Prairie population of in had under consideration the purchase of a fire truck with Bids from various fire engine companies were called for and tho best quo varied from ROGERS Preparations aro now being push ed for the community revival meet ing which will be held city commencing on June a noted Texas Evangelist of has been secured to hold the Tho singing will be conducted by Randolph it homo who has had success in many meetings in which ho has participated during the past few The services will be held in a tent on the Henry Lucas property just across tho street from the now Methodist church at night and the day service will be hold in the The following committees have been named to arrange for the ing general Committee on H tations received to Tho municipal pockotbook was a little thin just at and the council believed that the prices were too tho city of ficials visited a number of towns fire truck in parts and put together for much less money than the nsscmj led product could bo Saves A Dallas truck company was in ParentTil Entert One of tho most events of the contfhdtii son was tho Theater Bnneiuct served the gradt of 25 of tho Grand school on last Stone nnd evening by tho fi Tho fttfi fully planned and the in charge wore offlct under the direction of ami was delightfully d Tho twentyfour together with their clij Miss woro takejiv las in tended tho roturttiS in tho evening when was Covers were laid the of tho class and tho took part on tho class pink and gteoti carried out in tho tho class flos given ns salad and ice course wai tho color sohe Association Senior Many Stations For Testing Headlights 3yrrtbo1infl Vlice Fowler nnd nor IftOrflberi of the tlnos rilso d their npprccwlion of thu Fhoftf flrormbly hns been larger iS95S to gtndunto from tlui Unind iria High Init we doubt theite hai over boon u mwo thXlsfiMtift mums tho ftioot term tho hns hcon and of tlw fl Oi tho school hfif boon done Tlioiv will bo iipiiviixiniiililv uitouidliilc hiiidllaht tiHliny slu ions in tin sinlo will under I In1 nf 1he stnti lure htiidliylil Hissed by Hie luiH ninth nnd vvliuli brHomon IflVrlivo luoord to Ueid hend of Iho division of tho slnto highway depart inont Him nuiiibi i M lui id ho on tlio Inrge number of ilml nro daily reaching from rnrn res mid Iiliinj I ion over the stale I hut dewiie lo eclub lish thiSii test inn Grand Prairie Girl Graduates at Seventh Received Diplomas Grand Prairie a chassis a wel1 and urged tlio I known Arc engine company made mombor8 to pross forward very good price on a 350gallon compioto The American Body ComUjhcr institutions of learnlngy t in 1 t i i i serve Christian cltureh as ho hav ing recently accepted a unanimous call from that This is one tlyj lending churches in the little city and is just completing a new pastor Expression Recital Next Monday Nigh Tho class of Mis Whito will give a recital at th school auditorium on Monday eve ning of next Tho class wi bo assisted by of Mb Brownings music The fo lowing members of the exprossio class will appear on the Grace Louise Hele the ParentTeachers ftsDJi serving as crviowed and sold tho who Clty talk congratulated tho inftAl I i iiiguui whoso factory is located ftt may bo more able Grand promised to make surmount tho nmny the steel while tho Texas I oncountcrod in Ladder whose factory is obligations nf firund furnished Mlsg president and in ol Committee on A B Committee on Finance C B Committee on San Miss Florence Mrs Vnna Lee Committee on Entertainment isino ofTox evangelists and he has held some of the most responsible jositions in his church nnd during ho past fow years has been devot ing most of his time and attention to evangelistic For seven years Rogers was District Evangelist of tho Dallas Stato Evangelist for one year and Stato Superintendent of Missions from J9H to His work us an evangelist lias boon eminently Ho is a force ful speaker and his discourses fill ed with Bible truths carry convic Tho community meeting will be conducted under the auspices the Presbyterian and Methodist churches nnd every mem j ilso at Grand furnished sev oral flro Grand Prairies fire chief is n pleasing and winning export mechanic and undertook to oxtondcd to officers and assemble tho This was soon of and tho total cost of tho job tllo hearty appreciation of 1 when finished was approximately for cooperation and ftn This was a clear saving of m0nt during tho past that had it not been But this isn t all of the faithful attention and aW Chemical Truck tho duties of Grund Prairie had old hoso year would have boon and chemical truck which was bought in 1918 for AboAit tho various elaai jhry iftsk has boon completed tho term dinw to a close tho Can justly feel pi mid of tliotr The members of lift elftss attending tho partv and which includes oveiv were Jennie lOth Huth Alue Bttby Etlul Bellnmv rnnctftS Annio Lou Waggon Cymbolino Kuw Bail CniHnn 10yd Rtella Hnndol Lnu lilO Vora Hny lond Both Iriulino Huby Klenorna Leslie peel Korr and llirvoy Tho ParoutTcnchori asuoointion Grand Prairie school in one of she live and efficient If tho and its great oliinct rnd aim is to attend the fa the school and vendor whuteviir kssistanco possible to tonohors the The work of tlm year hns probably IHPH moie jfficient than any yoiu dm Ing Miii life of tho 01 gan I and this rk will become moio offl lent tho ysars go a recent mooting it dnid cd to gUe tho Riaduntinp clnxwH intcrtaiiunont fach and eveiv tho first entertainment u Tho committoo in chaif1 of this ontortttiiiment was ns Col 9 Mis i amd will IlidiT tho lenns if tin i i limn ol is Hie hunt lli it 11 In be charged tor tcslinj mid rniusinfj tin of cur but this dues iiul include work tlmt nuiv Imvo to lie done on the of I lie iiu 1n most inntnnees iill tlint will be nooessiirv for the lestiiij1 nialion lo do to properlv onus tho i per eeul of lie automobiles nre iijiiipped wilh the proper rrlieilor do no In i lei t nl i lino nl nude by hoadlighl exporl it wad fcnuid that il would require only n few ininutoc to properly Corns tlie lioud lump so to Applications for perm Us huadlniup testers bo made to llh ponnly commiHsionors in renpeetive eonnlien of In itiile und nnd comply with oilier n the applicant muni give i bond ol Theau lontw of hend are inude no 11 stpocially do vised seioeu which will be HUNS MISS KINOUKA Friiiues of thisi eity will receive her bacluilor of decree at Texns Cluiatian rnivernity at Hie anniinl com Tlin progrnm was jtivejt ftfld tWtt bor of tho theif l Tho dwmWu Wf Ttobflfffj bytprlnn MS thrtir ichool dtttros tttut Ideals for Iho fuftlro Rnil and faithfully nnd attafft thfiSO Tho program wns us OlaKii Charles fSnfls Ifouo rinss Alston Ptosentation of Sam This haft boon thO direction nnd snporvlslon of Mlsn TiiRram nnd the yoara eineiil even isos if tlio lion it wns announced urdnv from Fort Worth by K pniHldont ol the miivoi Ntins m populur Tho wpmbprs of tho member ol1 this years claw which aro an follows numbois the bugertt Austin Hrona in Ilip history of tlio minor probably hns born nnd as in attested by thO faet that ovory member of tho class nompletod tho work and wott las iy the highway depart men lo hiisiiig tenting Tin in niiitiu aeturftil IIOUO of Tierioii vhioh will be enl to those iplioaliiiii lln 11 Ill NN In tin lew law In oim t i I f i clue hint1 I goncift ago Mayor Turner of Prairie hoard that the Miss Kingreii Miis and Mm und Oiupixhid joimu Mildred Bluto In Itollis Bud KftrdQ Thonuia Attfflo Dan a of Kuth O of HUM qoJJft oim ul IHII mont ae t cuid II tk u vii Homy Joe K BtKmfc from 1 airU 1ugh K Aunlo Om nud ol tj0n i tin next term of sehoul the enrolled Jowotl xniRixtj FOchor few used oneton Ho opened negotiations with and traded the old Ford chassis from tho hose and chemical with addi for one of oneton trucks with now wheels tiros and tho same guarantee that is given with new Tho local fire chief rearranged tho old body and tank and added a new reel and hoso tho local body compnny made a seat and painted the whole and Grand i 1 Edwill Laurotto Edwin Smith nnd Edward Tho foreign population of Mexico totals about and represents not less than forty different coun Mrs Dick Parker and son Charles nnd Miss Ethel Fowler of Grocu are visiting1 relative nnd friends in this community With Birtlhidlay Parties i led In be iiindr stulions uiuler llm now ailli 10 heudlighl law will bo iiquii i id only to IOMH Iho hetulllolil ol tlio aiitnmuliiln nnd then doloimini whothei the Hglit loiiuuo incuts of Tho ilutioH of the test BtatlotiH in ehtugUig tho loo weio oullmod in n letter rccoiAfld by Commissioit oru cautt In tfoit from ft her lo enroll nducntlon at Toxas Christlnn and she in Iomplotnig Im with Mixs many friends are iivot her nud oHteml hourly term of thp The wook has boon My ftoinoon antf evening with d and Htllo and tho work tho Prairie now has a chemical and extra hoso It looks like runs like and absolutely is us good ns according to ro Its in addition to tho old body which the city was only A now one like this had been quoted at Trucks Stand and lavender field flow em was carried out in the x Abovo th dinmn is a largo whito and luvondoi bow itoned to tho chandeboi nilh six Grand Prairio now has tho two and is vory proud of for they have repeatedly stood severe tests in firo They UUU LUU T 1 J ing tho wook programs will Stnrt next with tho class whiqh will be given on Friday Juno 4 i At ITT JiJiUPliVllKtl vu On Juno at the 11 fastened to UK rift fill Of t iI tultlt oclock Colby doan o tho Texas Christian will deliver tho baccalauroute sormom Tho program will bo given at now Methodist On Monday evening June the class program will bo given at tho school president of the Southern Methodist university will deliver the Tho several classes of tho school have enjoyed a number of comply mentary social events during thiU past all of which have boeaf Thoro have boon nuinmoutf qulries como to tlim depurtmont with uloiciice lit how mvn Ii wink Epworth League Konior KpwoHh Lntiglto mrtt In tho afchcol dtt fjs i TJ Dalworth Park is Steadily Growing Dal worth Park to experienc ing a growth and Is fast be coming a modern residential During tho past woolfs tho ownow of tWa p6pcrty Imvo boon conduetlfig Jul and many i m j C r jl L tj wow mado for t special news flexion for flimdny May 8t lOvery and ull otluns who T I WI t V M j IVY1 I V IJIJJVJAWt IH pxpecrcd of ri foi UittroNtoil iro urtfiA to Jw ptoB tho rnnl fee received Iho Iftvv cnr KefjvjdiiiionlH will bo iito BRINGYQtfR HIM Xii i VUIU LUoViJ guests at the homo of their nped 400 gallons per rain with tt i25pbund pressure on lines of hose for more than ino Thoy can throw streams water 00 feet Furthermore they have plenty of speed and pow and seem to bo standing tho Htrain Tho city also has a five horoo power electric siren that caa bo i heard for Tho firo department is made op i of twentyfour w1 is bold the record for and speedy day or The members meet regularly every two weeks for practice and on these occasions flush tho thirty five fire All plugs in the city are kept in Al Grass WTT and placed additional green spots in memorys On Tuesday night the members of the graduating class of the Prairio high school and tho teachers sat at tho banquet of Morris UridgoH at Moores Cafe and enjoyed a K Breilmn of Tho tftblo hud with A hiiRc birthdav of Site with mimu bivnn contained seven In vender can OS In while An ie of lavender eolored nuftkevs ras served thirtysix little KUBHts i the ovening Uwn wns Used with a party as his been invited In help him lo ifftto his fortieth Forty cards and music wns the feu of the cruHlud topped with whipped earmo iro tea and was served the following guests Bert Kow JOSH Jiy lots hnVa teaato t ihusod byDallas to buitd and t riglit the W eity for Tho Intenuban adrvico togclhor with tho best highway i tho alnto tho location ing TO US ARE WELCOME pleasant The banquctt W In the present day as they come these are times when our service or help may be of THE PURPOSE PP THIS BANK TO T AS MANY WSOPW AS POSSIBLE Whether vour problem be large or it we can b olMS we want you to know that we WELCOME you aupwr The National Bank of Grand Prairie complimentary to tho clftfw by Mooro and tho high school Mystic Siket wai the Mystic Weavers club flfl lay entertaining with ft ward Qawwr voro enjoyed through The hostess vri orving a twocourso luncheon Cox of roquuos that thn county tcil nlu tiono a Jen nl i tout und adjust men ul hind of each mulrir nnd i nnd din s iml thill Iho tout inn In t HUCUiXury In nil the hvnd IK be teiilid mid wnrk nl tlui for nud Khiiitlil duiii imnuvliiilidy Ilio ul UK car bofoii llm tosl und cnn enn be ilnno lnsl In Hie ilnrso nl bimirienH in wliieh I In teHt dtatinn is ff j ninny cms in in Iliui it will u miiniinl nf lime Inbor lo put j Iliem in roiiditiuii In bo i und it wniild bo mmilfewtly oniilde the liril Hllilinim D do Iliin worli Im We inny then tl1 niHlterj ip by llm fur lie eenl slnlinn iihnlild nlllv ABR Bnn Alex of and weeds are never grow up about allowed to raow O who was recently discharged from the United States came in last week and ii visiting relatives and his old tinio tho guest of hit B C Black ad Black was roared in this and four I years ago joined the and was the Pacific Coaat tram ing After the regular train I course Black was the Battleship Ue gained the rank of engineer he fore receiving his honorable ais charge Uo was tho sbP three years and during that tia visited many foreign Black8 now livns near MidlothianHe will make future home thw Dcppt of Lewis wan in sorv v her Oar Of Crabl a nicw of WAUT A 5PIB MAOHIlfE TurncT and iewgo Guests of the afternoon WWf have had an opportunity to John MWi in every conceivable ft from it cut ami fam to tho largest oil and wo havo been nppronch buy tlii the tilt tin Ijiiidliunp if Olj il in lhi duty iJso of llnI test mini to nee hit in Uiyiliier with i the proper bulb nnd whether or j not the bulb und rfledof in I good j Faithful Workers i iVilhlul hid i We Ii ii ad I regular nn had We solicit your deposits on that basis No depositor has ever lost a dollar in a Guaranty Fund Bank in Texas voun BUSINESS PROTECTED AND APPRECIATE THE GUARANTY STATE BANK IVUvMj my UMIJI 0am fc ftf guests were Mrs sister of the hogteun try of ed the Myatic May at hey homo cant of t invited the cfob and bo kida taining chfldbood was New York iiC jiir null in tin r il vrrv illliTHHt w consistiijg cake and iec mounted a afternoon were t We had tho limit of buying put up to this wook a fellow hailing from wanted to soil us u pio ma g a Rood HBO and could see in Hawes own roiad where wo could MAY QUEEN On Iml uvuiilug u very jirograia was giveu at tin Kclijiil Aulitotium by tho of till Ilill jitt tlu event wouthiy divi tlm of queen Mar SInd oa our Wo know of of look but durneil if we wad dowpooed of r believed wo looked grwu tuhul and was by to approach on a proposition i We aro just woudurj o how many pie inacbiucs ho Orujji nlfohol is uov bcmg in ouilittto eityl a new A BARGAIN YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISSJ June to Dallas Daily and 6 HEQUlAR PRICE Daily without Sunday PBIOB W90 THE DALLAS NEWS   

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