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Miss Rae Collins visited at Darling's camp this week.
Mr. Alger Stover was in Pierce Tuesday advertising the comedy burlesque "The Talk of The Town" to be given in El Campo, May 3rd. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hoffman will direct the cast consisting of seventy-five people. The proceeds go to the El campo Baraca and Philathea classes.
Mr. Bryan visited Ganado Saturday and Sunday.
Rev. A.J. Gayner Banks left Tuesday for Houston where he will attend the Presbyterian assembly.
Mrs. and Miss Vodges returned to their home in St. Louis last week.
Mr. Hattenbach has accomodated Pierce citizens by opening a meat market.
Mr. King and Miss Mary Belle King visited Mr. And Mrs. Lincoln during their recent bereavement.
Mr. Rice, our telegraph operator, is expecting his wife and daughters from Dallas this week.
Mrs. Flora Rice has been there for some time preparing for the arrival of her mother and sisters.
Her sweet and jolly disposition has won the love and respect of Pierce's young people.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Krisch returned from San Antonio Sunday.
Miss Eva Kircsh is visiting in San Antonio.
Mrs. J. T. Murphy arrived home Monday from a pleasant visit at Pittsburg, Texas.
Mrs. Ed Dorman and sister Miss Jewel Vickers, of Glen Flora were among the visitors to the city Tuesday.
Dr. and Mrs. B.R. Valls arrived home from a two week bridal trip Sunday. They spent the time in eastern Texas. They are now at home to their friends at their apartments in the Plaza Hotel.
Mrs. Henrietta Llegan is visiting her sister Mrs. B Kriegel at Burr.