Texas Almanac, 1945-1946 Page: 18
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FARMING IS OUR BUSINESS, TOO
Yes, tree farming. For many years Angelina has carried
on the policy of selective cutting to insure a perpetual supply of
highest quality Southern Yellow Pine.
Our carefully protected and cultivated fores t s are
pledged to the building of tomorrow's finest homes in keeping
with our mutual purpose of making the finest things for America.
Remember always it is the forest behind the mill that
Angelina County Lumber Company
THE HOME OF THE LUFKIN LINE
LUFKIN PUMPING UNITS
Distributors of Mill, Industrial, Automotive Supplies,
LUFKIN FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO.
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