The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 16, 1933 Page: 4 of 10
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Society and Club No/es
The Rotary Club
Th# following item concerning W.
W. Cunningham of EUnsville, appear-
ed In the column devoted to pioneer*
of Weet Tmm in «be Fort Worth
Star-Tel«gram: ‘ ■,,
“Moving to Young County in 180*
from Coryell County, W. W. Cun-
ningham, EUaeviUe banker and ranch-
er, first eettled on a farm near Elias-
ville. , There jrere many yean of
herd* hi pi, but the Cunningham*
rearing a famiiy of 10 oJldrm, never
“Then eaiae. success and now Cun-
ningham t» a financial, #rfc and re-
C. L. 8- C HONORS
TEACHERS AT SEATED
TEA SATURDAY AFTERNOON
Member* of the Chautauqua Liter-
ary and Scientific Club entcrtafned
With one of the most dUtlartiv*
event* of the spring month* when
they complimented the women of the
Graham-eekeol faculty and a few
other guests at a seated tea hi the
meeting waned with mmg, fallow-
ed by a prsyfcr by ’Mrs. O. E. Mel-
ton. The Bible study wee Very in-
tereatingly given by Mice Martha
Holloway, Bible teacher of the Gra-
flARDKN CLUB z
The Garden Club met Tuesday af-
ternoon in the basement of th* Pres-
byterian Church for an intereating
prmam on cdlor in the garden.
Mr*, jfe. R. Riggs directed the pro-
The members of the Botary Club
beard an Informative discussion of
the income tax. presented by Rotor
wn Warden N e Vsrble, at the weekly
luncheon Friday. - - . ...
According to the current edition
^f .«Qhb Scandal Sheet”, club pub-
lication, Varbie’a oubject was “The
Redcue oif the Pencil Manufacturer*’’
or “Why We Have Become a Nation
ef Mathematical Liars”. Launch-
ing hi* discussion in a humorous
manner, ha declared that the income
tax had its origin Itfrtnt the Span-
ish inquisition at the thirteenth een-
Business in the form at pledges
for the peer end new plane for the
circle meetings at the year were din-
cuse ed. - The social work of the
month included: 80 visit* to the eiefc.
11 treys to sick, $3.00 worth of
clothe* given away, and M maga-
Mrs.t J. P. MeKtnlyyL W the di*
who of her subjects, -‘Aimuali
American Legion club rooms Satur-
day afternoon. f -
A color scheme of green and white
wee very pleasingly emphasised in
tbs decorations of cut flowers end
iot plants. ' The robes* were softly
lighted by tall white candles in can-
delabra. beaked with greenery. A*
a-taken, of the club's putikAtam the
American flag was prominently djs-
zines given to the tick. ,
-•The progress included * beautiful
solo by Mias Hollowly. . __
Materiel far cup towels for the
On T. U. Committee
Guest* were greeted ah the door by
Mesdames JL ,<•. Ksgge, N. D. Sto-
vall, C F. Marshall and F. F. Par-
rish, and were ushered in by Mrs.
BY KPWORTH LEAGUE
Mias Juanita Johnson was hostess
for a vary enjoyable pwgwes.v*
Phillips and family last week end. night:
-MUlir, program chairman, [ Pie and cocoa wen- served to the
c«l the artists for the after-1 following: Misses Lois Water,
■plaining that the deba study ; Laura ynnhqoKr,, OvretU Vanhooaer,
year on South America would : Juanita JohAson. Katherine Cook,
> complete without at l***t i Helen J Wright,' Iona Curtis, liable
ogram dealing with the fine Callahan. Itasca Stewart. Dorothy
[ the southern continent. The Coleman, Ella Lob Graves, Lora*
ng program, featuring South McQueen. Maxine Melton; and
■m art. wss then presented ^ lMatar|,;<L -P. Tackett, B. F. Sister,
I solo, •*AVe- Amor, Impera- Zeari -‘Slater. Bruce Long. Johnie
loro)—Mrs. H. M. Tebay, with Wburier, Gilbert Gaines, Otto Peters.
obligato by Mies Mary Thomas Cook. Frank Stegall. Gene
-th Smith; “VUlaneUe” (Eva Wignall, Charlie Roy Wilkinson and
tque)—Mrs. Tebay; Tllk. J. T. Butler.
American Music, Compose*** No registry of the gpeata sea*
itruments”—Mrs. G. W. MUler; kept, and J. P. Tackett, recreational
selections, “Mi TreettaT leader, stated that: “We an awfully
») and “A Little Walts of sorry If we have omitted any ananas."
MOUNT PLEASANT NEWS
vh - (
Church services WmHwlM,.J«0»
day and Sunday at the' Median Cha-
pel end, large crowds attended Two
out of town Preacher* in attendance.
Mr. Lawrence and Mr. Normdn of
Crosbytoe, Texas. "**.> • •
Me* Jewell Dell Brooks of Ivan
spent the week end with Mias Audra
Mr. end Mrs. R. E. Griffin ef
Brsckenridge visited Mr. nd Mis.
Fred Fitzgerald Saturday.
egnet Brand, $ Large Cana
man Rninry as A member of the Mil-
itary Affairs Committee ef the House.
This is on* of the twenty major com-
mit tees of the Hens*. Inasmuch
a* then are 160 new members hi
ter a Season”, told of the many var-
ietiea of annuals that, may be plant-
ed to bloom in succession from early
spring until the latf fall. She gave
suggestions for their ar-
plantiag, sad cam. “A
Continuous Bloom'’ wee the
an interesting, .talk by
Mrs. Bigge, who told of the various
blooming and berry bearing shrubs
that may be pleated hi this section
ef the state to yield blossom* or
The Intermediate Christian En-
deavor cf - the Presbyterian Church
was entertained at a party given by
Rev. and Mr*. Bryan H. Keathley
at the Presbyterian Manse Tuesday
evening. Games were enjoyed
throughout the evening, and refresh-
ments were served to the following
Endeavor mcmb*T* and their roast*
for the occasion: Jimmie Bunt in,
etti* Mae Jon**, Deris Lee Corbin,
Mnarine Davidson, Robert Davidson,
Jr, Warrvn, Reid Carter, Wallace
Jcnea, Lionel Currish.' Gmhard Hoff-
man, John Gilmer. Dan Cuacnbary.
Fred Davis. Trnoey Leo Tackett.
1 n« at
the PieebytWJ lea Church every Hun
day afternoon at 6:80, Visitors
ar*^ always welcome.
■jiirttfiic CLUB MEETS -•
WITH MRS. JOHNSTON -V-_
'The Graham Music |Club met at
the home of Mrs. A. WrTJbhnnon
Wednesday afternoon. A very in-
teresting program was given, with
Mire Virginia Bell as program chair-
man. During a short business ces-
sion Mr*, h. Jf Tebay was selected
as delegate to the state music con-
vention to be held in San Antonio,
with Mrs. W. J. Gruhy as alternate.
The prrgrsm included: “Modern-
istic Music”-discussed by Mrs. Walt
Blanks; “Gondolier*” (Moezkowski)
Mrs. W. C. Leberman; Piano,
“Summer”—A Ivans Wood; * Viriin,
‘‘Minuet, from Suite in Alter Form”
(Zimbalist)—Mrs. Joe . Neely; “In
the Silence of the Night” (Rachma-
ninov)-—vocal, M. D. Smith: Piano,
“Lotus Laind” (Scott)—Bay Costo-
, low; “Oriental Romance" (Rimsky
Korasakovj—violin solo, Mary Eliz-
eheth Smith; ‘Lilacs'’ (Rachmani-
nov) end “Betrayed” (Chemined*)—
Mfi. W. J. Gruby: ''Rcmanc*” (Wifn-
iavrsky)—violin solo. Horoor Dono-
boo; “Danse. Negre” (Scott)—Ina
Mu* Bullock Mrs l.-L McKaig
of Glade water, an asa wist* member
of the dub. was present aad favor-
ed the members with two piano num-
bers, “Prelude in G sharp minor”
(Rachmaninov l and ‘Revolutionary
Etude Ip C Minor" (Cfeopln). ~
Following the program choral pra-
ties was directed by Mr*. L. L.
Darideoa. Mrs. H. J. Hubbard and
■tt. Frances Miller Crenshaw, eo-
hcrieeen for the afternoon, served
Mlriisi rrfreehmento to the mem-
bers and the Mtowiiy visitors: Mr.
and Mrs. M. D. Smith, Mis. T. O.
Calvin. Mrs. H. L. McKaig and Ray
CIRCLE TWO MEETS
Cirdle Two of the Woman’s Mia-
tionary i-ciety of the First Metho-
dist Church met in the ladies” room
of the church Monday afternoon,
whk Mrs (. T, Lawrence end Mrs.
Charles E. Cook as Mwtessss.
Mrs. C. J. Cook, circle chairman,
presided during a atari business
session. The members reported
that a number of trays and flowers
had been sent to th* sick. *MY*.
L. R. Joyce reported for the Hos-
pital committee that visits had been
made and magiz'mes sent Jo the
hospital. Mrs. Goo. T. Spear* re-
ported that her committee had look-
ed after all those reported sick. Mrs.
WE DELIVER 60c II SOKE
f.TL FREE, rnpicter ^
■ 4 i» Fort
------ for ' ' -
■ina at Ivan Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs, Jeff frrntor of Sey-
mour spent the week end with Mr.
and Mrs. E. L Allison.
Mr. and Mbs. J. I. Howze of Biyi
son attended church Saturday and
BuMMf. -—---- - - —-
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weaver of Mil-
lerBend community, spent Sunday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lee* Wil-
Mrs. J. H. Robbins visited Mn.
Press Mills Wednesday.
Mr. end Mrs. E. L. Allison spent
IN HOUTH BEND
Mias Mhttie Queen Price presented
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10 Pewgd Cteth Bag
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1 N*. t Cane
KELLOGG Par Package ....
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10 REGULAR BARS
White King Granulated
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CORN Ro. 1 Cm
FLAT CANS. • FOE
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Oil. By the Waasea OH Cto
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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/m1/4/: accessed March 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.