Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 228, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 30, 1936 Page: 2 of 4
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ter at the poetofflce la Graham
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Lubbock, Texas, May 30.—Com-
posing: the largest June graduating
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—"11 _ nological co'lege, 364 persons are
csn.iidates for degrees to pt award-
ed at the tenth awsinal Comments ■
Published Every Afternoon Except
_ Sunday By
QBO. T. SPEARS..............
>. L Trout-Editor and
•fftea of Publication 914 Oak St., mort ,unf 8 *l 10 *• »• Of these.
Graham, Tsxas__I -< have applied for master’s de-
Dmi-las Marshall of this eiiy,
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he gladly and promptly corrected >* a candidate for a degree of
■pon being brought to the atten- bachelor of science in agriculture,
•* 1M management. I Heard is a candidate for his mas-
ter In-1ter °1 art* degree. » -
1 The number of candidates for
bachelor’s degrees is divided........as
follows: bachelor of science in agri-
The Graham Hally Reporter in- j
Vltes communication for publication1
When subject la of general Interest,
tad If It is not abusive or of a
persona! nature. All such comm Det-
entions must carry the author'* sig-
nature—not necessarily for publl-
nation, hut as indication of good
culture, 31; bachelor of science in
engineering, 32; bachelor of archi-1
tecture, 3: bachelor of arts in com-
mercial art, 1; bachelor- of science
The liability of The Graham Dally >n home economics, .“ll; bachelor of
Reporter and of its publishers for.business administration, 33; bachelor
•ny error in any advertisement Is of ,rts in fducatiop, 7; bachelor of
science in education, 13; bachelor
of arts in sciences, 2ii; bachelor
of arts :n social sciences, 21;
bachelor of arts in languages and
music, 43; and bachelor of science
in sconces. 6.
limited to the cost of such adver-
All Cards of Thanks. Obltuarlea.
and like notices are charged for at
A*W the regular ratea.
* T**r.................. ..... 86 0*
« Months ..... ........... 32.78 1
1 Month .....................$» ) pation is not confined altogether to
-|the grandstand. One of the rodeo
j events each year is the old*juie
_ __ - - . 'calf-ropers contest, which is liinit-
10 Hold RetlUlOn ed to cowbdys 55 years of age ami .
- ! over. A fine saddle is the prize I
Stamford, Texas.—Veteran cow-! for -the winner. Simpson .1 >hnson,
boys who rode the ranges and went I age 57. of Guion, Texas, won first
up the long cattle trails in the days J prize last year,
of the open range will hold their j--o__.
rou„d.„p to sum. I)r simonds Se^es
_____ford during the Texas Cowboy Re-
46 Years At U. T.
Union July 2nd. 3rd and 4th.
'During the- -meeting, the ntrt-Tlme’
Cbwhan is will elect officers for J Au,tin. Texas, May m-When Dr
their -association, which limits mem- Frederic ' William Simonds became
Pcnhip to cowboys or cattleman who „ mcwtlfl. of the faculiv ol
aaw service no less than 35 ^ars ; Umvrmty~oT 46 years ago
=— ^ 44y*“ Burn"tt' Benjamin cattle as h<ad of ,he schon, of as
man s-id former trail driver. i« t|ll. prespnt department was then
president of the organization this I ,.ai)ed comtarativHv little was
year and will- pres.de over the , known of the underground resources
July meytln8- .<*f Texas. Since thru wonderful
In their gathering here during j discoveries and development of them
th* Reunion each year, the oldtimera have taken place,
revive memories of the old west, j*. Simonds’ long period of ac
swap *>rns and mew. acquaint- .tive service in the class room and
ances. All members in good strnid-| other work of a scientific nature
ing a.c gu.st, rf the Iteuimm man- ; connected with his ' profession at
eS Th vl Lr- St*y in thu!,h' University will come to a close
ri le L e'T P ,h* ««* ‘he current semester,
title thermo free adm.ss.on to the ! r„der a retirement plan of the
rode„ .nd grandstand, a chuck- Aching staff of the University,
wagon drnner each day m,d admi.-> p, Simonds will hereafter give
•ion to the cowboy square dance , only (,art tu Uutlfg-^n
1118u nurkt _ ii ■ * 1 "
For Commissioner, Precinct No, 1:
first pupils oj Dr. Simoadi; Dean
T. U. Taylor, wlo is likewise re-
tiring this ; oar. from full time ser-
vice with the College of Engineer-
ing; Dr. W. J. Baltic, professor of
classical languages, and a number
Messages cf congratulation were
received by Dr. Simonds from
friends on the faculties of Colum-
bia University, Cornell University,
Yale University and other educa-
—Before joining the faculty of The
University of Texas, Dr, Sirands
wae- - professor of geology at the
University of North Carolina.
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The Graham Daily Reporter !a
authorized to announce the follow-
ing candidates for office, subject to
the Democratic Primary, July 28,
For Congressman—13th District;*--.J
W. a McFAKLANE
ED GOSSETT, Vernon
GRADY WOODRUFF, of Decs tar
For County Clork:
O. B. (Ben) JOHNSON.
MISS PEARL MATTHEWS
^ bunkhouxe, a unique native sor emeritus.
atone structure, is the property of
the oldtimeis oiganization and
•erves as their headquarters. On the
He was recently honored by a
banquet given him by approximate
ly one hundred of his former stu-
outsine W."S °f ,he building are j dent, and associate member, of
7L1 t™? ^e faemty. On that occasion mxny
high trioutes were paid to him,
Of scores of ranches of the South-
west, past and present. The build-
ih|f is near the shore of a little
lake and overtook, the Reunani
ground.. ' ; V j
The veteran cowhdnds are among
th* moat enthusiastic spectators at
the cowboy rodeo and their rartici-
sonie of them by those who have
known him intimated during the
greater part of his term of service
at the univ«jdty. Among those who.
added words of praise to the vet-
eran geologist we-v President H.
Y. IV-edict, who was one of the
CONTRACTORS MrnCK^CJF TEXAS highway
p . . proposais t°r constructing 1.391 miles of Dry Creek
Bridge bcated near Graham on Highway No. 120, covered by
Vm.L r°rk» Pr°*rr 'Hl»*,w>y Pr°J«t No. WPSS 875-A in
Young County wiH be received at the State Highway Depart-
puStolj ^"JrnV'r^!' ’j00 A' M" *"*.”• ,1936- “d the"
._T!,e attention of thf biddeis is directed to the required
■pecial provisions covering subletting or assigning the contract,
the use ol domestic materials, the selection of labor, hours and
r^°nS P °ym!nreyuir^ employxnent, methods of un-
toe1 work and violation of Special Provisions
.11 ,~ccept “ otherwise specified,' the minimum wages paid to
^h.l*h!rw 7>r^men- ^ mechanics employed on this contract
(75c,uCent» Per hour for “Skilled Labor",
l C*nt8 Per hour for “Intermediate Grade Labor”
T!l,rtL (3<!c) ^ Per hour for “Unskilled Labor.”
^tteBtion is directed to the special provisions, included in
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pay in Graham? How much does he or his his firm contribute to the
development and the up-building of our city? . . What interest do they
manifest in our worthy community affairs? . . . What amount of money
do these outside printing salesmen or their firms spend with Graham
merchants?. . Do they go far and wide telling hundreds of people of the
wonderful movements and individual enterprises in Graham? ... Do
they ever give a second thought to Graham in regard to what they can
do to help it... rather than what they can sell.here to get our money?
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For the clMBifkAtion of porticuter position under the abort
by? °f^ Laborers, Workmen, or Mechanics, see the Required
Special Provtelom. _
*Th«abd»e prevailing minimum wage rates shall govern on
thia contmet. Overtime and legal holiday work shall be paid for
the regular governing rates. ■
which the Contractor shall
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Trout, H. I. Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 228, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 30, 1936, newspaper, May 30, 1936; Graham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1063940/m1/2/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.