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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...

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Rupert Peyton submitted an article to The Plain Dealing Progress April 11, 1947 issue about “Mamma” Gray, Grand Old Lady who was about to...

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Lauding the Bossier Home Demonstration Council in its February 26, 1959 issue, The Bossier Banner-Progress published the following article. “Under the leadership of Lettie Van...

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Last week’s article related the visits of one of the paper’s reporters and Superintendent R. V. Kerr to several rural Bossier Parish schools.  The...

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In its October 27, 1921 issue The Bossier Banner reported that “Marse Jim” had taken a trip with Superintendent R. V. Kerr and...

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In the October 13, 1921 issue of The Bossier Banner several North Bossier doctors submitted a plea to their patients under the title “To...

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Although so far in 2014 we haven’t seen many signs of spring, an article in the March 14, 1940, issue of The Bossier Banner...

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The Bossier Banner for February 11, 1932 ran an interesting story about the Minden Girls’ College. “One rainy afternoon, being lonely and thinking of various...