The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 16, 1933 Page: 6 of 10
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CATTLEMEN’S MEETING AT INGLESIDE jdigh
RANCH ATTENDED BY 252 VISITORS
boapttality, Mn. g. L iU-
f _ ' and Nn. & R. Jeffery,
Jr. catirUM 2to guest* at the
*OwnmH Round-Up" held at- the
lUgti dUe Ranch Thursday afternun.
Igrom points throughout the coun-
ty and from neighboring counties
the Visitor* came to see the fine
bird of Hereford calves thtt have
been fed by the new “creep feed-
ing'' meth d, and to hhar a discus-
of feeding probh-ms by A. L.
Smith, beef icattle 'specialist from
~ Texas A. 4 M. College., Many 441
« -J deb boys, as well aa experienced
.....cattle raisers, were among the in-
f , imir lull listeners and oheerter*. The
" - 'TXjr'Nwrliii'iif wyti —*■ 4»
Missed from school in order that
they might have the opportunity of
defending the meeting,
' After: the crowd bed assembled
about. 2 o'clock, the first feature of
tbe prtwram was 4 ‘nspect on icpr
to see the 126 Hereford calve* and
J the self-feeders with which they are
- huiuw fS and a group
bgsg fed and a group of S4 fyi«
BKrforiT"inale» tt»l had been in*
__ from Kansas and Missouri.
u.-.-dHte advantages of • the self-feeder
anre pointed -out by Mr. Smith and
aunty Agent Warren. It Is nec-
essary to replenish the feed supply
~f'i, in the self-feeder only bnee every
. ten days, thus eliminating., np^f
;----- ‘ Wm wort ef leading catUaTAt the
■ tame ttnw,-ti,*»ta:‘toM. ealvea
"W prepared for market is a eon-
imderably short OT time. Jef- ..
- bit-ad. pickles atra
* iaula had been yaried from time to “ * "J“r * ‘““l
time since the weaning of the cal-
ve*. At that time, the 110th. day
ft:> feeding, the feed formula
in seeing the big ranch barns, one
80x40 feet and one 80x«0 feat, and the
four big sties. Tie silos are equip-
ped with a mixing fkcor in the eaa-
tcr. Feed stuff for the ranch use
b grown, on the place, 400 Seres
being in cultivation.
The 6200 acre ranch wan establish-
ed by >he late S. R. Jeffery’, pioneer
ef Young county's colorful froatiei
days I mpiMvementa were added
from time to time until one of the
finest ranch lay-outs in this section
bed been achieved. The corafor-
tpMl'gpl attractive ranch house was
built in 1000, the lumber being hail)-
The high echoed honor rolls for the
fourth term of six weeks hpve bo*n
announced at follows:
..Ifegh Hener Bell
Eleventh Grade: J. T. Butler, Vida
Harrell, George Pauli, Ruth Rogers.
Tenth Grade: El win Butler, Need
Harlan. Irene Perry.
Ninth Grade. Thomas Cook, Paul
Deats Jr„ Helen Knox, Skuetbs Pauli.
Eighth Grade: Veri Hilen A her
nathy. Lillian Bullock,' Fred Davis,
Kyle Morris. <*-* ,
Honor Roll -* •
Clerenth Grade: Joe Brown, C. B.
Choate, Juanita Cola, Wilkne Hack-
ley. -Oneta Harlan. Lunate McAfee.
Haxel Martin, Lou Mods Martin,
Frank Matthews, Maxine Melton
ed by wagon from Wichita FaB*. gari Morris,Roy .Ratcliff, Carlton
Rhodes, Emily Shepard, Frank Ste-
gall. Graham Stewart, Ardath Stine-
bower, Marie Talley. W. H. Tatum.
-Tenth Grpde: Edith Ate he son,
Woodrow Bush, Iona Curtis. Joe
Edens, John-'Hall Guinn, Rex Knight,
Nell Newman, Annie B. Perry, Rich-
ard Prezfcoti, Harold Rick eh, Vir-
In IMS the big 'silos were .built.
At present the ranch has sdxut 1000
head of Hereford cattle, including
740 brood oows. ......Mvitri-':
JCoUewiug the inspection tour the
visitor^ gathered on the south lawn
of ' the ranch house, where they
heard a discussion of feeding prub-
lemsehy Me. Smtik." The speak** ginta Ellen Riggs. W. J.
Torene Bhoemsh” Eari Tsy
told of various experiments wing
carried on by the A. 4 M. College
experiment stations, and described
several new developments in feed-
ing methods, including creep feed-
' :ng, use of limestone in the feeding
formula., and the -use of trench slla*.
'"AS*"the clito** to the afternoon
the visifcrs were entertained with
dition to the delicious barbecued
Ninth Grade: Ines Beeson, Ver-
nell Does, J. M. Kramer. Beesie Roth
McDonald, Anna Bees Wright.
Eighth Grade: fVera Atcheson.
Gerhard Hoffman. WUHe Mae rNeill.
James .Rogprx. Ruth- VUgii. TIilwtH: rtOTICE DF ffECElVEtf^ SA*
Elixaheth Tidwell, Joe Inez Wootten. —X —;—” : " ^
Ruby Wyatt -------- - ...
was beautifully iced ip
picting the head of a H
-m a green field.
■ ~ra . .
Every builders man knows the
. " value of being able to sense an
abjection jand meet jt Mere ^ is
advanced.,. Jesus knew that far
, hrtlet. ^ KMlt ope night to dine
it prominent Pharisee. While
the dinner was in progress, ,_JE c4f-'
tain woman <f unfortunate trtpfrt:' OrdlnaTy fnrtkfttas udiieh cut struight
race crept into the room and kneel-
ing down, by Jestni-began to baths
his feet with precious ointment and
wipe them with her hair. Jesus
knew what that outburst of unxelf-
iahness meant to an qver-burdened
spirit, and accepted the tribute with
2jBBEiou» dignity. ■ Buk-ell the time
he was perfectly well aware of the
that were passing through
“1 imagine the one ..ho owed tn.
most," said he. —
u "Right," said Jesus. "Simon, seest
thou this woman?”
Snuon nodded. He began to wish
the conversation had not started.
’■When 4 came..into your house,
■ * 1 'tejwlteeiii i s,i .1
gu\e me no water for my t
Xfc«uA continued with that extra-
to the heart of . things. “But she
Me Washed my feet with her tearj
and dried them with her hair. You
gave me no kiss, but she has JKNt
ceased to kiss my feet. You poured
none of your expensive oil on my
head, but she has taken her precious
nintioeat, which she euuid ill-afford.'
and anointed me.”
The dining-room was silent) every
the relf-satisfied mind, of his host. eye was turned upon the Teacher;
,. -s'Ah.” said that cynical gentleman, the poor woman still knelt at his
to himself, “if h« were a prophet feet, embarrassed that her action
to would have known. that - this 1 should have caused so uiuch com-
wwnan t* a striner. and would have. ment. / /
refused to let her touch him.” j “She is like the debtor who owed
He might have been Yenxpted to the five hundred ehil.inge." he said,
put hi- thoughts into" words.- but he i “Her sin* which are .many are for-
never bad a chance. . Quick as a
flash Jesus turn, -i on hiril.:
'Simon, 1 have wimfwhzt to say
ta thee.” -
I given, for the loVed much. To whom
| little is forgiven, the same loves
little.” . And then with a glance of
•Teacher. ?ajr on^. It was a hull
•'Thy sins are forgiven,” be said
to her simply. ».
„ ; »
There wte a man- who tad two
iebtor*. ' said Jesus. “One owed
Mm five hundred shilling* and the
stiier fifty. 'Neither could pay and
he fergave them both. Which of
them, do you think, will love him
It is easy to imagine that the
conversation rather dragged during
the remainder of the meal. Even
very rupercilioqs and self-assured
gentlemen bestitated to expose them.
ik We* to the thrusts of a mind which
Bimon sensed a-iritfT land moved
•** ‘ r/:-: ■
icipate criticisms before
uttered, and deal with
them so crisply.
OF A SENATOR
Honor Rolls For
kies, and* Coffee, the Honor . pOllS FOt" .
r Ward .School
For Fonrth Term
The New York Times, pondering
the high cost of barber service to
the members of the United State*
Senate, took Tim* to uncover 1be fact
that there are 20 baldheaded San-
as the official senatorial salary.
Somebody with an instinct for fig-
ures recently deduced that a park-
ing place for the automobiles pro-
, vided for members of Congress by lt, '
Yet stoves, hair tonics, aad Congress costa tin public puna more
than 9800.00 a day.
The salaries paid lor otbeiw than
Senators connected with the Senate
than tin total of
Thus a Senat-
or ia an even more costly Institution
than is indicated by his salary plat
PwquisRea,—Fort Worth Star-Tele-
tan charge to Unde Sams ac-
esunt, came to about twice aa much
m tiny would be tf every Senator
get a daily shave aad a weakly hair-
ant. • Ike ninety-six members of
tot Senate also got outside of about
SJW0 bottles ef mineral waters, a*
toe public expanse, tide bting at the
vote of nine battles a weak for the
fee Itself at pnbHe
J. C. Sharp baa returned to Ida
ime in (Mary after a visit km
the aad wMh
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The following students of East
Ward 8cMol were Mted^on-tite benvr
roll* for the fourth' term of six
High Haaer Roll —
First Grade: Gwendolyn Barrow,
John- Bdward . Deewn,—Bobbie ■ Jee
Cozart, Leora Flynn. Barbara Lacy.
James Moody Wend* Jean McCles-
key. Frankie Lee Ragland, Imogens
Smith. Edgar Stotle, Jack Stewart,
Malcolm Stewart. „
Second Grade: Harry Howard.
Bobbie Miri-isom Myneka Payne:
Arthur Let Shahan, Mary Katherine
vi i auc. TTijiITTb nwwwni*'
Claude Bloodworth, Billie Joe Heigh-
ten, Barbara' Justice. Syg_Moitille
Keathley. June MeL'omas, Joy Mcr
Karlane, Mary Ellen McFarlane, Joe
Edward McKiipvy. Daj-ton Warren.
Fourth Grade: Mary Arnold, Bar-
bara Jilotdworth, -Betty Jo Fried*!.
Fifth Grade: Mary Elizabeth Gall-
aher, Rachel Ann Snoddy, Billie
Akers, Jr., Harold' Arhley Jr., Inez
Newby' Ham M '
Firet Grade: Gloria Jeanne Bryan,
Joe Butler Jr., Mery Louise Slice,
Edward Earp. Donald Haden, Claude
Morrison, Margaret McKibben.
Second Grade: Mary Katherine
Campbell. Morris “K. Campbell.
Gwendolyn Edwards, Bessie M(Ire-
land. LeoU Robertson, Joyce Welker.
Third Grade: Mery Gene Brazel-
ton, Betty Ruth Crawford, Glenn
Denny Lena Marie Durham, Billy
Margaret Herd Kenneth May*.
Genevieve Yancey, Myrtle Hawley,
Pauline Ball, Donald Butler, Robert
Butler, Nadine Calahan, Caldkrell
Cusenbnry, Royee Martin, Evelyn
Morris, Lewie Stinebower, Dorothy
Fourth Grade: Pat Cain, Jimmie
Cook, Katherine Gains*, Louise Gdd-
ston, Fraixfca Hackley, Frances
Hemphill, Mary Jane Jdbnstoo, Don-
ald Jones, If* Mary Lynch, Mary
’ Morrison.'' Lorraine McWUl-
Morris Newby. Bobo Repto».
John Thomae, Louies Bray, Mary
Fifth Grade: Margaret Pearl
Barron, Basie Mae Cola, Dwtha
Davis, Bobby Desks, Frieda Mas
Kendall, Vivian Morton, Bruee John-
ston. Mary Banspot, Ball Hensar-
Louiee Joplin. Jack Repass.
Marjorie Bogan, Jatmata tRiee, Tt„
Tommy Soekwell. Susie Wyatt.
Puraaaat to the provisions of the
Charter of ttse Ciiy of Graham,
touag County, Texas, notice is hm-
by given that ah eieotioa will be
held'at the City (tail, in tbeCity of
Graham, Yeaag Coaotg. TVxaS, ea
Tmday. ;!!**> for tea
purpoae ef ilewttag the fotiowigg
Om Aldermen, one year term, to
Position No. Gae (1) ea tto-Boerd
of Aldermen of the: City ef Graham,
One Aldermiui, tire paor ten*-J»
Position No. Ono 0) on the Board
One Alderman, two year term, to
Position No. Two <*> on tl>e Board
of Aldermen of the City’ ef/Graha*,
Texas- . ■' ' T| “ ^
C.* B. Hockaday and B.1' Et Opeh
have been appointed judges of, said
election, which will be held in ac-
cordance wtih the Gtneral Election
Laws of the State of Texas,
Charter of the City of Graham,
TW " '
Any person qualified to become
an Alderman shall have the right
candidate for the office,
he flies his name with the
City Clerk at least ton days before
ot v nr
A five iten .tease on the C. J
Cook farm east of Graham was des-
troyed hg flea Saturday night, with
a torn estimated at about 81800. Ike
inwa wee ant occupied at the time,
8ml the origin of the Art is not
A. B. EdDLBMAN* Mayor ;
City of Graham, Texas
ATTEST: B. F. Fowler. Clerk.-
• - (Adv.-29-tfcl
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Per Doaeu . ________
COUNTY OF YOUNG.
Notice is hereby given that in sc-
cordabee. with the order at the Hoc
oTXbto 88th Dieteiot- Court of. Wichita >APPiJ». Delicious
County. Texas, whereby 1 was ap-
pointed receiver to sell certain <>|l
and gas lesaes at private or public
by said court oa the 27th day of
February, 1888, one of. said _
ordered eold befcic the eae Ktaehk,
after described, raid order bring in
Cause No. 25821 in said court, where-
in Thomas White is plaintiff and
Justin Oil Corporation, et al, are de-
fendanta, said lean* hi Young County
to be sold being that certain oil aad
gas lease and leasehold, carry in*
therewith 7-8 -W the gas and oil pro-
duced and saved therefrom, and on
and covering the following described
land.in Yeung County, Texas, to wit:
M aad 2-3 aor£ lying Seutk and
East of the old Graham aad Jacks-
borr. Public Beef hi T. E. 4
Survey No. 2683, said lease si
of record aa the property ef Thomas
F. B. Jarkaou. Jr. ;..........
And in aceordanee with said rtrd
I will sell said lease at )he court
house door in Graham, Young Coun-
ty, Texas, on the 4th day of April,
1933. between the hours of Ten A. M.
and Four P. M. to the highest bidder
for cash, and in accordance with said
order 'I give this published notice./■
WITNESS my hand this the 7ti
day of March, 1933.'''
S. M. GOSE. Receiver
"Homirwr, what becomes of an
automobile when it gets too old to
run any more?" i,
'Why, somebody sells it to your
pa, dearie, for a used ear gcod as
new.” r *
—Phone “74” Tor—
We Da The Work BIGHT
Aba Make The Fries BIGHT
Sheriff J. B.
A Complete Line
3 CANS __________
“Keep. Tbet Svieolgl^ Cea.pie*i°. ' - (
BROKEN SLICES, NO. 8 CAN
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UNBBDA TTRAKAJf CRACK-
-FR.utr^ and vegetables
Per Heed _______________
I B ROT
_ GRANDMOTHER’S BREAD
REGULAR LOAF — j| SUCED LOAF
......... .......^ II .
RAISIftLBREAD, Saturday Only, Loaf., ,8c
A* & P. Coffee Trio
RED CIRCLE. Per Lb. 21c
BOKAR, 1 Found C*a 25c
_,P1B CAW , V
11 o—TO Ptefcog* -Sck“3 Peuad Package.-....... AjC
t u“S|| WHITE yOUSE MILK,
SPUDS, No. 1.
18 POUNilB FOR . _
tarn »» — ■»« iskii.aati
MEAT - MARKET - SPECIALS
Deckers Tall Korn Sliced Bacon, 1 lb.. 12c
Beef Roast,.Seven, Fat & Tender, lb. 12c
Pork Roast, Shoulder Center Cut- ih -in*
Roast, Shoulder Center Cuts Ml . lie
Stew Meat, Veal or Beef, Lb........ ,7c
Wiener, Franks or Bolo. Lb........13c
BULK KRAUT, 2 Pounds.........15c
Texas Longhorn Cheese, Lb.........12c
Watch Our Windows For Added Specials
“A Transaction In FYanee," a de-
lightful short stgpiy, »"d mnny un-
usual and latersoting features appear
in The Americas Weekly, the maga-
zine dtatributod with next SUN-1
.NY’S CHICAGO HERALD AMD
-T. ’ X
FWka who never da any more thmi
they grt paid for amrmr gut paid for
For First Class And
Southland Greyhound Lines, Inc.
GRAHASr-MIXHkAL' WILLS DIFIBION
JOHN KEMP. OPERATOR
•m Btotlon—Driver fetid . Phono — f. m
Lt. for Mineral WeBs 9:00 a. m.—2:40 p. m.
At. Graham ....... 1:15 p. m. 7:45 p. m.
OranueHan at Mtamral Wrijp for afl potato Baal and Wank
*1 ?** Werta,^na way J8A8, Brad Trip, 19.88
•Tka Qtialiti and Cfcaapo* Wag to Fort Waath*
1148 A. M.
ED WICHITA FALLS LEA YES AT
•48 P. M.
TO BRBCKENBIDGE CUCOt
•48 A. M. —(48 F. M.
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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/m1/6/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.