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The Bossier Banner published in its June 14, 1934 issue a short article about a place in Bossier Parish where Clyde Barrow was supposed...

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If you have been waiting with baited breath to find out how the Motion Picture Cooking School succeeded, the June 23, 1938 Planters’ Press...

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The June 16, 1938 issue of The Planters’ Press announced: “Lock the doors and come to town.” “The Planters’ Press’ Motion Picture Cooking School, entitled ‘Star...

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In its June 9, 1938 issue The Planters’ Press announced its free Motion Picture Cooking School that was coming to town on Monday, June...

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The Planters’ Press, in its June 2, 1938 edition,  announced that” Louisiana Refrigerated Products Corporation serves Bossier Parish with pure ice.” “Operating two large plants...

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Continuing last week’s article about the history of Rocky Mount, “S.M.N.” wrote more in The Bossier Banner’s May 23, 1895 issue. “Messrs. James Talbert and...

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The Bossier Banner issue of May 23, 1895 published a history of Rocky Mount whose author was noted only as “S.M.N.”  The article will...

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In its July 2, 1959 issue The Bossier Banner-Progress proclaimed “Plain Dealing, A Modern City of Refuge.”  The editors believed that Plain Dealing was...

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Rupert Peyton continued the story of how Mrs. Mollie Banks Curry Gray provided for her family in his Plain Dealing Progress article of April...

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Last week’s column ended with Miss Mollie Gray scolding some boys for taking young Rupert Peyton’s hat from him. Peyton continued his article in...