The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 16, 1933 Page: 3 of 10
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Field Meet To Be
Held Here April 1
The rural track end field mat
will faa told hare on Saturday, April
t Events Hated la the Intarochol-
■stic League rule* win be need in
the junior and eenior boys division*.
Evict* for the junior girls and the
senior girls will be the M yard dash,
the 100 yard da*, the 440 ’ yard
relay, the high jump, and the broad
jump. Any girl who dadne to d»
McFABLANB A McFABLANB
J. H. NEWMAN, Reaid
Ma aacer, Graham Phene
The P. T. A. nomination committee
met ^IhMeday night at the school
building and nominated new officer*
for the coming year.
W. L. Cecil, Mr. and Mka. Smith
and children of Tala a, Oklahoma
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Beard the
past west'•"and.---Mm-Cmli la -w
brot herinlaw of Mr*. Beard.
A. B. Daniel has just completed
an iron fence around the Hptel. He
their Uvea for the INDEPENDANCE that we may and do what la right,
Utter to Be won Thermopylae had dhd jest to bring abeut the dcsirau
Its maastnger of defeat, ita defen- remit, in the end we will sgceOed.
dera to a man paid tha Mat great York town cannot and will net hr
pried that ita citisens might be free, enjoyed, unless we are willing to.
Thank God that they did not die in suffer the pains and privations of
•sin. i \..... Valley Ftorge. This is but one of
so mary enter all five of ttwad events?^
A junior girl may compete in the
senior division if she chooses, but
•he cannot compote both as a junior
and as a senior.
Alj °t the entries for the rural
s. A. PENIX
ATTORN EY-AT-LA W
Graham Land Office BaHdiag
track meet ihuuid be In now. Those
that have not sent in entries should
do so at ones ">1 they will not be
accepted unless received immediately.
’ ^BANKRUI^V^AT^N BY
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McLendon and
little daughter, of Junction were
suests in the homeof'Dr. and-Mrs.
W. O. Padgett first of the week.
Imogens Huber of Jermyp Monday
evening. ■ v_.
Bro. Hobbs preached at the Church
of Christ last Sunday mupung. On
account of rain he returned to Abi-
lene Sunday afternoon. < Mr. George
True Baker accompanied Bro. Hobbs
from Abilene and visited bis par-
ents, .HfTInd Mrs. W. H. Baker.
How Doctors Treat
Colds and Coughs
bladder irregularities and
a tired, nervous, depressed
feeling may warn of scow dis-
ordered kidney or bladder con-
dition User* everywhere rely
on Doan’s POL. Praised fer
more than 50 years bjrgratefel
i user* the country over. Sold fey
•rford Collage visited his wife here
the past w«*k end.
My. Purseiley bought a house in
Breekenrldge. A number of mm
form here went and helped tear it
down in sections Noel Ligou is
hnoUnglH on the Ligen Bros. rtruck.
Misses Treaey Clark and ; Elds
Nimmo end Curtis French, J. V>. Oat-
man and ). B. Bills Jr. visited Mi»*
*. J. 1« WW- t.
i new cellar and *ome‘ int^fto# deco- j. One or two Caloub* at bedtime with a
rations in hit Wine. J BsnssfswsM mOk or water. Next mora-
Mr, and Mrs. Roy Whist of Gra- ***** (old has vanltoed. yam g*>ss
ham visited here Toesday.--- - T°u *” fwJla*
The All-star basksTbull team wiH £ ^
attend the basket bait tournament y CMetaba are mid in lOe and Me pack-
et Eliasville Thursday and Friday.
folkwsi Junior Girls—France Mil-
lion (Fiat) Net he Belle Owsgs
(Second), Jcese Ruth Souther
(Third). Junior Boys—-Vernon Geog-
sry (First) Norman Oonsa( Second),
Harry Ethridge (Third). Sub-jun-
B&y*. AudUro .p|gpt
maximum aD-round economy.
—• ■* * k
to talk to pan al
tha stats where we live, the ** gKe aeevice and sacrifice to the
many of our birth. In great cause for the betterment of our
of ear birth. In
of it wa know it to ha the
ii} tht lUUrhood of
only one that singly and
from a foreign
Ita ALAMO U a shrine,
186 of its citisena gave up
at “Bunker Hill” pto- (
tamed the final courage, to die to
tha last mkn as the Texan# had at
the Alaato that would have bam
tha last battle of the Revolution.
J4 That copfag* and sacrifice would
have made England know that they
could not kill all the colonists, they
^ weald have desisted.
apy*’*-- Be that as it may the courage and
,f devotion shown at the Alamo mad*
the result at MtlH
Than, people who have
___ must accept Jt with awe for it ea-
* ^ , tail* a sacred responsibility. Christ
' died upon the cress, at the
of Deity for the love of
B uprrmtdr T fiTM u— hi a UL" Thih
This, That He Ley Down His Life
Mev Hi. Fritnd".
Many people think idly, that great
exhibition* of courage and sacrifice
- i team only to a selected few who are
life and eatfc
ir of a foreign country, the
in your legislature to
whan is mtrusted the rights and
goamtimes the libertiie* of his peo-
ple have such opportunity, often
•egleeted. It often, does most
generally coma like Christ's victory
in the Garden of Getfeaemane, where
he won his victory over the flesh
alette, but in prayer to God. Grih-
aemana annas to each one of us in
* battle- of life Owen Meredith «t-
hot this, but mistake pot
if X say. The great
between each human H
human soul must be
strife noAw can share,
all its results may be
when the soul arms for com-
bat she goes forth alone.'
■ There comes in each human life
tha time when the soul is to be test-
ed; will it surrender to evil? Will
it stand true to the right? This
comm in daily Ilfs In trie duties that
are presented, will you t*|l the truth,
when y»» apeak, though the Heev-
enS fail? Our duty is to he as
Mar like God as we can—God Is
Truth, the Bible is His Word, it too
la Troth, will ws follow its com-
ijti standv No soldier in military or
■ w clyil Ufa to worthy or qualified to
eomihand, who rrfuasa or fails
obey? '. - .....
. i Wa must all obey, while wa a
rV tea betterment of our laws, to faU
cr refuse, to the mark of the poor
aeldtor Of citiaen. The Ten Com-
mandments, the sermon on the
mount, the TtajWr the par-
able of the Good Samaratan are
tublime In their simplicity and dl-
, reetfen nad are a guide to all our
- - have . newer been sxeelled lnj
to our duty, to
oometvm and our neighbor;
It takas courage and constancy to
Mow them, when followed they lead
Oar Hatchery is Now
WDI set yonr eggs far |LM» 188
Have Baby Chicks Far Bale
New—Aim Have a FaU Line
of Stock and Poultry Feeds
and Hatchery ^
lbs Bayer eases b act sssrsiy a
trade-mark, kut a symbol of safety.4
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Spears, George T. The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 16, 1933, newspaper, March 16, 1933; Graham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth884384/m1/3/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.