The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 16, 1932 Page: 4 of 10
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I Society and Club Notes |
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CIRCLE MEETS -*
WITH MHS. JOYCE
Circle Two of the Methodiet Mis-
sionary Society net on June 13 at
the hone of Mrs. L- "R. Joyce. The
meeting opened with i song, 4 Close
to Thee", with Mr*. J. S. Johnson
at the piano. ", The Lord’s prayer
was repeated, .la unison, after-which
the following roporta »«f« made: 25
visits; two sprays of flowers: 32
chapters of the Bible read:
decided to send-food instead of cloth.
C. E MEMBERS
Members of the Beaior Christian
Endeavor Society of the First Pres-
bytenan Church and their frianda
enjoyed a barbecue supper at the
lake Thursday evening. Garnet were
played, after which barbecue, pickles,
bread, and pop were served to the
Dorothy Coleman, Louise Hutchi-
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The Circle was very aorry to lose
their able ehairmah, Mrs. J- J- GaB-
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— aher. No new leader Whs elected,
it being planned for different tnem-
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Were to take charge at the remain,
ing majjtingj., th* MrL
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Cleve Ellis will' have charge of the
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next meeting, v- 1
— The devotional was turned over
to Mr*. J. S. Johnson, who had
charge of the'' study. Members of
the circle were happy to have pre-
eent Mrs. Lloyd Jones of Dallas, who
gave an interesting description of
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the Virginia 'K- Johnaeti' home. Mrs
H. p. Christopher was welcomed a
• new member. T •'
lt was ,wn AUie |ji0weryi Suzette Pauli,
Aline Crtueh. Ardath Stmebower,
Etste Craw fold, Pale Wheat. B. C,
Graham, and an expression of greet-
ing to this city. \
. In part the word of greeting said:
“Sardes extends greetings to Gra-
Kam and Yeung stunty,-We are
Millar. Jlarry Hawthorne, George
Rayford Cockerel, Annie
Lucile Morriaon, Cltoehce "X
Billie Lundy, Earl Morris,. Jr., Jamas
Morris and Rev.' Keathley.
’vot). You are doing things worih-
Lovelv refreshments Were served
to 11 members and two guests, Mi*s
Lueile Eddie man and Mrs. Lloyd H.
Jones. The place of the next meet- nlp, a. - . CXASE
tag win be~deciaed' Taler..................^
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MRS. JASON MAYES
HOSTESS TO CIRCLE*
■ T-rs-Xt,JI-,,y,- tnet Monday afternoon at
•** the home of Mrs. Jason .Mayes, With
A- in Ty W. 0.
Padgett directed the lesson for th^-
afternoon, the members presenting
answers to assigned question* on the
study book, "In the Heart of Ho-me
Missions". , "
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JUNIOR ENDEAVOR * .
The members of the Junior Chris-
tian Endeavor of the Presbyterian
Church were entertained by Jo An-
nioe Cornish Tuesday afternoon with
party at her home on' South 0*k
is tract. Entertaining games were
played oil the lawn and in "ttirplaj-
house, after which home-made iee
cream and cake were served to 14
• • -X-J- •M' Was--.j-si — 1 .kwh -so
The girls of the Busy Bee Sunday
School Class of lbs Virst Baptist
The Central Circle or &e Baptist ***** etitertgjned the boy.4 class
taught by D____D. Cttsenbary at the
pump station Monday evening. After
« Tiifarinnx- time Vpont In coasting
down the hill on coaster, wagons, the
group enjoyed a delicious picnic
■upper. About 20 young people
in attendance-. _ ^
Sluggers Win At
South Bend Sunday
1 1 IRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
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i he Graham Sluggers visitcd-Soutil j
Bend Sunday* aiu bar.uuL_HiyJ.u.an ( .
' U'flu! huiiiirg oi their ace .pTwhdr, j 4 4 Uiyuit ^JI.
Jon&-Vrheeler,* Seat them oo ,. * . . . ,, nn
-Whofisr not.inly pitohed good! the .minister-wi# preach at .11:00
bail, but ', (Jammed out a home-run' A. M. and 8:16 P. M. Sunday. Special
Vo^Urivlf in three runs. McDonplJ n™aic wil1 be. given by the .choir
•of the South!* Bend nme also pitched: which is under the direction of Mrs.
si gned gfime. ' . ..^ZL L. Davidson. All regular meet-
-'•fhe. game roiled SToft'Ybroothlv mgZktolra^i.drorch will be heW.
upul the sixth inning when the Slug- Everyone is invited to all agt
and Continue through two wpeki
FIRST METHQIMST CHURCH
- Honors This City
Jhe June U number of "Sproles
World", semi-monthly magaaine pub-
lished Ay srapisysss of Sproles' Motor of Taiia,
Line is devotad to Graham. With, a
cover design depicting the new eonrt-
houae, the paper includes a newsy
report of a visit by a Sproles' rep-
resentative to Graham, tome very
interesting information regarding the
resources and. civic development of
glad to honor this splendid city and
community in this special issue of
our employes4 house org
have faith in you. We believe in
100 Young People ~
At Baptist Rally
About 100 young people of the
churches of Olney, Throck-
r.embled at the First Baptist Churriy
here Tuesday evening for the quar-
terly Associations! Rally. Mrs. S.
J. Osborne of Breckenridge was the-
principal speaker on thepsogram,
Homer Lowery of Houston spent
the first of the week here visiting
Betty Jane Skinner
I is the guest of I
Drnughana bhalneas college in Wich-
ita Falla the past several months
has bean visiting tfa parents here p
fews day*. He left first of the
week 'for Denton and Bowie where
he is attending to business matters.
aunt, Miss Betty Scott this week.
Mias Thelma Sellers ef fort Worth
la visiting her aunt,* Mrs. C E. Por-
ter, after which she will return to
Dallas and take a course ...in, Burns
-Miss Nall Pridesux spent the past
several days in Lubbock visiting in
the home of her sister, Mrs. Elsie
Smith.-She also attended the gra-,
duation exercises at Texas Tech Col-
lege while there.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith oi Brown-
wood were in Graham last week end mother,
visiting Met. Smith’s mother, Mrs.
Etu, Wade. Mr. and Mrs. 8m»| ,
formerly lived in Graham before mev-l
ing to Browhwood several weeks ago.
The Graham Stewart home on Ken-
tucky street- which has bean under
construction the past several months
is expected to be completed this weak.
Tha building ia very attractive and
beautiful. My. and Mrs. Stewart will
accupy their new home within a few
days. . . ' --
ME and Mrs. H. Woolley went to
Jackaboro Tuesday evening for a
visit with their eon, Portia Wooley
and wife. Mr. Wooley
home leaving. LMrs. Woolley for a
visit there, and at Mineral Wells,
where she will be. the gueat of her
.Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McCloud and
sons left Thursday morning for Colo-
rado, where they will spend their
vii—vin. -------- ■ -Robert, will attend the Democratic
ri’-_? n- ^^ r-i “h I Convention in Chicago while away.
Of much interest to (hole In at-
tendance vti g report from the two
student. ^missionaries supported by
the young-people of this Association
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Mrs. J. P. McKinley, Mrs. W. X
Gruby and Mrs. A. W. Kay spent
the past week at the bedside of Mrs.
I. T. Gilmer, who underwent an
*“«*jtt the Scott-White Hoe-
In Temple. Mr*.' Gilmer ia
reported to be doing nicely.
• Lions Hear Report
Of Fishing Trip
At the Lions,’ Club luncheon Wed-
nesday the members were entertain-
ed with a talk by their president.
Hardy Price, who described the fish-
ing'] trip from which hs returned
eirly~ this week. T.Xhe party went
into the interior of Mexico, crossing
the Rio Grande river at Eagle Passi
Mr. Price- reported excellent luck,
largest catch' having bMti' 90 pounds.
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gei» xtiirteii clicking. During tnc* of this church.
eighth antr rriffttrqtie locali' iinacVeil: The Mid-week uervke will not
the udTc&iAuteiitiy. to >core 13 runs'.vhV held during thy Baptist revival,
^vutb Bend scored their only-, runs' which is to begin .Monday. fVerilng
in . the sixth and eighth stanzas, and Continue through two weeks.
Wheeler Jfot wiI5Tin"tKe sixth, walk-
ing four mei^ and-delivering -four
Wild'pitches'to account , for four runs. [ Sunday_
10:57, A. M. Sermon
tallies, both On pver throVs to 'ffiTril'} by^ tHe Pastes] subject) rThe ChiH
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AB R --H-j-worth - leagues 7:0(1 P. M. During
He assured his fellow efub members
that ho* had a picture of. the finny
ppiec as proof in case anyone dojbted
the veracity, of his report.
Plans were made- by -the Club to
entertain the Grind Officers of" the
Eastern Star who will be. here for
W<*1 "h school of instruction next week,
at the eliih tqneheon next Wedrv
The box score:
jb ■ H 4 the revival being conducted at the
- g j |^- i'Rsplist Church ihara wjll -bo
gi ftoaffes 111
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^ ■ ■- -mrievening serviuas at this utfaurrh
^ " R,Xr Edwjuds, Paatofl
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Noti.e is here given that Mrs.' JeO- merchants^ and manufaciurers’ signs
m birm ii
wpy tnijnitr; _ _ _
"Two years ago. It was decided by
the- commisson that candidates’ pos-
tsrs and other campaign literature
would be placed in the same class as
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Smith. 3B ____
Arnold, 8S ...
Ka Regular S. A.
Meetings Next Week
- ■ No meetings .will be held at the
4 tT'2 ,,ir K: Jeflery has made bar appL-
4—2, 3 allot, to the County Court of Young
* 4 JL' 0 j rounly, Texas, to lease the undivided
58 30 23, i-io interest of a minor, Nie Dell'
AH .K Hi Jeffery, ■ far oil and gas U Seitz,
5 1 (fj Gomegys Seitz, Inc. in the south
,5 - 0 - 0 ' l l,e hall of the southwest 1 4' uf t.
jj y- j E: St L. Co. Survey No. 1VH, in Young
4 2 1 County, Texas, said .lease «0 by for
U a , I 1,11 „f one year, and as much
O longer as oil and gas is pr,inured
0! thsecfr.om. with a royalty of one
0 eighth' of the oil anf| 2** produced
1 j and a well to be drilled on said land
1 on or before August 1st, 1932, pro-
4 vided the test well for oil and gas
ta be .drilled by Seitz, ('orrtegys &
Seitz fnc. on the Bullock land out of
T. E. A L. Co. Survey No. 61, in
Y'oung County, is a producer of oil
and | or gas and which well i^ to
be. completed on or before July 20th,
1932, and also the payment of
rmy HaU Sunday mght M ,75.00 to be paid out of
or Tuesday and Thursday «f n*xt „nf fi|(hth Urn flm oU produced
w«k. as Adjutant M. Saucers and from ,.id ,.nd and ^ ^ p.id ,f
Lieut. M. Hesthcock plan to Mtend and whan prodnted. s.(d .ppli.
the summer training school for of- catjon ^ heard on 26U> j.,
>.9:.^ U>« Army’s camp of Jun, I9S2 at tht Court House in
M Irving. Texas. Fiv. Salvation Graham/ Taxaat at which time and
Army m«n|,er. will .Iso attend the p|ace ,n ,n teres ted in said
camp from Graham, including two ^.u,, lrf notlfi^ ^ appear aad
adolU and three young people. The conttot raid application,
camp fee m $3.60 and the ‘ young v 1.#/___
jftsr . r"^rrr
their pictures ani messages on posts
(>7 trees along the right «f way of
state highways." , j I
T.Vie following statement has been
Mira Odessa Long, who has been
visjting In Dallas tha past two weeks
has returned horns and was a
panied by Misses Loretta and Rose
Mary Elliott, who will be her guest
and also tha guaat of their aunt Mrs.
O. A. Kelley for a . month or
J. H. West loft Tuesday for
spending a short while Hr
attending to business interests.
weeks _ . ■
and 'will go from he:
an extended visit
Mias Kathryn Mania left
week end for Fort Worth whore she
will spend a few dkys
sister Mrs. Raymond Wolfs.
Lon Kennedy, who
serious operation at the
Hospital three weeks ago was able
to bo removed to bit homo at Ivan
Monday and ia reported to be doing
nicely. 1 7 *
Mrs. Jpe B. Friedel and littla Mias
Betty Joe Nix wont to Fort Worth
Friday where they visited relatives
They were wpeotepan-
led borne by Bitty Jo Friafcl who
spent last Weak than Ttetttng' har
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Arnold and
chfldasn, Robert F. Jr. and TTfrH
(Mara and Barbara, of CJovia, N. M.
spent a few daya here that week
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Knight.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold and Robert
returned home last wash end leaving
Mr. and Mn. Marion A rtnstrong
and grandson, Jimmie Armstrong, of
LKaiAKe, roonuana, are gucivi ox ■rr
and Mrs. Mel Armstrong. Mr. Arm-
strong, -who rxpsete to spend some
time with hie sen here and retattvoa4
lag passed dirough this
1876. At that thus he
river on a ferry.
1 TOMATOES, Fresh .jQq | PEPPERS, Sweet Bell
==?5^' PINEAPPLE, Libby’s,
lieasairetf on oosis ......... rtsrraaa;-.......—*■-----;--» ' #
which are-not allowed, on the high
way right-of-way. You arp, there-
fore, instructed to follow the same
practice this year, giving ai much
publicity to this'plan as possible, hi
order that it will nqt be necessary
to have to remove such' placards,
you. should instruct all your fore-
men and other members of your
personnel in patrolling highways to
tee that advertising of this character
is not permitted and is immediately
removed. Notice of this proposed
action should. also be given to any
local newspaper deeiring to publish
same in order that the public may be
As the campaign for various of-
fices in' this State is just starting
and as no candidate will be permit-
ted to place his name or picture on
the highway. the Commission be-
lieves that this policy la- fair to all
and is necessary in View of past pro-
hibition of merchants' advertising on
the highway. -
Yours very truly,
State Highway Engineer
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Mrs. Delbert Browder . and little
eon, and Mrs. Ray Wallace accom-
panied their mother Mrs. Jim Price
Why Not Buy The
One You ,Knowr
More Good Cups of
Tea Per Pound—
POUND FACKAGB -
h- P04>N» PAGKA»*
1*% -war*- ra ra .
EXTRA LARGE WASHED
TO Pounds —
TENDER, HOME GROWN
2 Pounds ■"
3 t'LAT CANS
CHERRIES, Royal Anne,
-v-iTT- Holly. Brand
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TO Pound Bn
CORN, Old Gold,
8 NO. t CANS
TOMATOES, Cap Rock,
3 MEDIUM CANS. ................
COFFEE. Morning Bracer,
25 Pound Bay
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WHITE KING, Granulated Soap, LargePkg... 39c
MISSION BELL, •»«•-<* •■•orocr»r
WHITE KING) 5 BARS FOR
BACON, Home Sliced, Sugar Cured, Per Pound .... ijj
SEVEN STEAK, Tender Veal or Baby Beef, Lb..
P 0 R K R 0 A S T, Lean Shoulder, Per Pound
CREAM CHEESE, Per Pound .
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R 0 A S T, Beef or Veal, Per Pound
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Spears, George T. The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 16, 1932, newspaper, June 16, 1932; Graham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth884118/m1/4/: accessed August 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.