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Wellington Leader (Newspaper) - December 20, 1927, Wellington, Texas The Leader Has The Largeni t Circulation In Thin Territory I TwiceaWeek ton d eaaer The Wellington Leader Serves i 1C very SectMI o the County A Builder in Collngsworlh County December NUMBER 11 i jU 4lwcP Ijnt nuttier inuau tan lur brma CMII n tatol or lo sing liittij of our Uoitt SrUuahe tit string anl anti Charles ClemCJlts of atuahr the UK aiKbtlinger ftnn toitlj Plamview omplctes Bark MA butt dp bttuc 3rib boner tn lljis Cljat JDectmbtr turntft to K tut map tUf reason Cljt tohr tolimfort nil lurt ferrm lihf tlif spring Hint of tlje pent Lantern Tuesday C Work In one Week Many Cases Tried IAH 8if tomt asVB fenoU special eiure oi 100 sunsijrir nn Called on Monday j all patient grcmnlla Cook Seriously lUiilding Catches Fire Pur while Attempting to I ina School Hours from Mean Gas Line Defective Flue Truck is Destroyed nothing Oaso jYets Must FiP V3 line VMen FA j plodes riuier Truck Truck Makes Ron Thousand Poliars in Insurance Carried on By BOY BLUE pnptr Iiap Slnli grrcH pnptr bdltf Slilhicss ot ilntj fjuso of anl Ijurrp Eo anft 13 Sfflific men nntJ eljcpiisrli all drifts of brtrscli in fur Kinrni brrLi of ox anli Sncrnsc nnb cmShing ki ate Survey Made by Leader Shows Bales Out Picked Cotton Selling in We lington Monday for 18 12 Cents Wellington Reports Show that Bales are Ginned in his ron all Children Invited to Christmas Tree1 J A icriil f 00 the Stae t hnnred with muvder ntr th1 erde SWIin v fjr ibt jury vilii 1 rein hi M an the iany uiar iine l provider t OK if th itandird jrivintf the vrt tt a u to th Al j jiiilv in tbt two ib1 whiih tin propffty of tin ins Close iv Akin oil t M W fill Uozier uirls Hold i Cin iin tc at Mcb iiiliiu up point in tinbat i Mouse l iin lin iiirbt of me vv it i rhugton dm invitid io tic and and Ilcnard play io Niu for und IKSVC iht of Mndfr and HiindI in Hondinp a I i i iv Uoth Tnfil have harj of the proI ued a number of piain which will bcjjin 7 j I by thi an nmrv favorabb Harrison iin Simmons Gin Jin Iier dud iri i riot for the purpose tivir HI The in lor injunction with Vcda a birpe jfroHp was J Ijnffnt wbii siutwid mncb intrft ir Srn D in of for tb fi i f i f der that th 3201 KtlAllcn 1500 Havis burned I ftoari lasl a wialtb of ni Tofil S Iortvtv niatcruil up tlr prac of thfkvn in Welling Frank lorJ 1 throiifb j Crnml Totil 7 tbis th i program ball was brin7inP 1 Anchvw olvni WOkinsr out undcitlif Wcllinfrton rillK MppfinfT wi WJ1S Tuesday 1 Jl VIWU and in r Winn will pilot the i i lVl employes and 1 he rcHunv their or Unusually Ciood Comedy to Ver1 Utn a r T t in Mary e M f r an M i l 1 f fnr jlnr tl vl r ir y rirrlkrii Vi J try et V rtv for Revival U Methodist t ivll i ihat Il iil ill V i lie vviwr with comedy It opens with a lauifh M 1 ril rjV Ulli with a thrill that is ahiu th nniical direct of Clara Uach and cotton selling The public i invited to lasl years j t the ilayerare baik in tlnir old jThe uiridefeated an AllStar team o1 ieactie ot h r your a r j a i ri P la y i Natiotiai Hudson o show The Sccuritv Company Wednesday and J Has Local Branch Funeral is Monday f ini iBill Selected lor ai he family Moiday IJevei eiid ptife of lif lilV intor uirv rcndered vrr if7llflnt Church Starting in Aprili I aimer v 1 here are and plenty i AllSouthern Team lo Play h This i main office j T 1 vas Wichita witii branch offices j years of tiicd curly Sunday night ibuted After i and was active in church work until rari pastor ofthe The revival vt the bank Given Mention Among C K al Reece Bowen open he first Sumiay in fortyfeel away with a thirty fool al application for certiorari jury April Smith claims that rnmlered in favor of defend EvftnKeust Flowers is one of the most compelling preachers in the j Mllroad an1 eivc the Begt Jn ClaSS IJ uncc missing the audience by j PmveU ind and that the people of this Director Sam Wood spent an cni ttro above theilouds with won thc i city will be plad to know that his Eight criminal caws were These cases were State of Texas vs Kinard i services have been and Mnddox Dearrnond al Tom Parks Russel Maddox Amos More two cases Earl Thomas alias Royi While Allioj glo members of the football players filming the bullon icd I rom the 2M8 teams in Ii beneath tnc basket can be seen Hoi v who were fjiven honorable tnention by 1 tl W I I H Clarence Bird Breaks Arm fw as tll the njfRinji ir the hullim and dan i nn f C I 11 I 1 two The case of Karl Thomas was dismissed on motion of attorney on pleas of defcn Chtnnce the year old son of Annie Hird of this a farce by Byron Mor is laid thbackground of a military training camp and ihe nicture wan filmed with the iint found guilty in case lorel a very painful accident Sunday harginjr in when right arm was broken while cooperation of the government and a J to two years in the attempting to crank a Itothi number of army officers usll Ki vriter of th Worth in a iof the InterHcboliiHtic wbich appeared in tbat Sun one of the ends 1 all teams in 1 for honor able while Mclnrj state bones of the arm were broken above signed to training camp The bones were sot bv lo i the There are drills of cverv branch f iwt w us According to a special jcal physicians and he not suffering j the army as well as of 1he s and who kilted iu ehapcl will lie held at the much at the pixHent Uoads Kchool house on Wcdnesj An Mrs J 01 Startj deHiringto one of Uncle vh WellmRtcn this y strum bwt planned aid the eni attended a bridal shower in Children Hums traainingcamps Cor his citi mcniioned an Itiis and sham jjivinn tl li idea of what may be expected lini was the only town in Utxs community nrped to be j afternoon at the bomej County Mrs HJaclaon in honor of If this is example of what this ibis immediaiH action who bad will lie the principal speaker at this and recently I IMttmnn who were new screeii teamcan more as two playeiv given h nates to play with the AllSouthern team which will meet the AllPacific eleven in Los Angles on Christ He is survived by five sons and five who are Dan Johnson of Announcement of the team Jeff Johnson of m made at durinpr the Southern Conference annual meetinpr j by CoachcAlexander of Georgia j Wade of and McGngin of f who were the three ThomaK Johnson of Eual Johnson of Os walt of Dora Klutts Box 01 Ohai es who Delected the AllSotithern playt an of and ers and who arcdirecting the Christ Cox of mas Only the outstanding j from the major universities in lh uuth and Godfrey heing one of the few who were given tliis Godfiev is the broher of Owners Urged to Buy Ucensc Plates Before Firs of Year Auto owners are to buy Grady and Kinney thcir new license tafs ay iiutckkly of Godfrey j as as that was born in Wellington and this has they be placed on tb cirs before the nilwuvs been his Dovn transacted businetis in Cbildross Dorn formerly livwl in and enjoyed shak ing hariiln with many oldtime first of the li cense and for the state highway rUlui this week that who are nutomobiles at the present are required to jriy taxes for tha last quarter of J
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