The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 16, 1933 Page: 9 of 10
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t'a, new entry in tfo auto
market-'Ihe standard ma
*•* on display at qoamrock
Co, local ueaiers.
„ certain models are priced
aa $«&.(*) below the present
known aa the Master
to distinguish it tram the Stand-
, the new car has a wheelbase 01
Facta From Our Farms
PROGRESS — PLANS — ANNOUNCEMENTS
Featuring aor-atream styling, the
car resemble* tn external ap-
‘its companion serjea. Three
body types are efferedr-eqach, coupe
and coupe with rumble Beat, all with
> Bodies by Fisher end all leaturing
W Fisher no-Urait ventilation
SPECIALIST TELLS OF :
_A, L- Smith, basf cattle specialist
who directed the diacuesion of feed-
ing problems at the eowmep’a round-
up held at the Jeffery ranch last
Thursday, described the folkMring
•‘Sixty Hereford steer calve*
ear corn and ground grain sorghum
heada, hegari and kaffir (the kaffir
heads replaced the began heads dur-
ing Che .last 42 days at feeding),
.but the corn lot showed an advantage
in finish, which was lass than in
the previous trial. Amount and
cdsl of grain per 100 pounds was in
favor of hegari- stover js« compared-
TRADE FOR DRUGS!
—Saturdays Only— ’
We will trade: drugs or drug sundries for Chickens and Eggs,
allowing lc per pound above market prices for chickens or 2c per
dozen above market price for eggs — REMEMBER ON SATUR-
aging 468^7 pounds were fed 180 ^ lummc fodder which agrees with’
mure palatable in
■tone flour fed
ounces per heed daily increased the
gain B9.8 pounds per head in this
trial, but made no apparent differ-
days to study the comparative feed
lng values of (1) whole threshed
milo, (2) ground threshed milo, (8)
whole mite heads, and (4) ground
milo heads. Each of the four lots
recriyed cottonseed meal, chopped
frig* me, ^^ W S
West Side Square
- ft \
Ramsey Drug St
$446.00 and apert coupe $476.00 all
f. o. b. Flint, Michigan. Thate are
•aid to be the lowest prices at which
full-sised, six cylinder enclosed ears
’ have ever been offered.
Powered by a valve-in-head six
cylinder engine, the new motor de-
lopes sixty home power at 8,000' R.
’ P, M, and is laid to have a top speed
Pit ill to w mllea per hour, |t‘ W
f -the acme basic design as tyie six
’IWR introduced by Chevrolet in 1928
and now wed in the
While certain features are identi-
cal wiils the Master series, a coyq>-
By statement emphasises that the
new Standard Chevrolet is an SB-
tireiy new car, and not a smaller
randan of the ifaxter nor a resur-
rection of an older model. , It is
____ of ..L.
work, tbs company states,
■■■■ car to the mastei
_____j designed primarily to eonsoll
date Chevrolet in its position
lot df'the N'ginnlng of ths tost, and '*
nine other* were later added to each,
of tbs 'lots receiving whole grain?
aa tfl|o grain portion of the rations
were Increased. The shoat* received
tankage and. cottonseed meal per head
-3 pound of’a mixture of egiial parts
daily. - - The lots , receiving .whole
vrains had much larger appetites for
tp produce 100 pounds of gain, made
smaller dally gains, and carried less
thaa-.dhe lots fed ground
grains. The pounds of park pm-
duced par steer was. approximately
four .times greater in the lots re-
viving the whole grains. Consider-
ing doits of feed and value of pro-
ducts, irhole threshed milo returned
of the cost of (tie ration.
^.‘Tn "afe experiment to determine
whether thg creep feeding of suck-
ling calve* is praetkal under range
ocmQlkms in South Texas, a herd of
118 grad* Hereford cows and their ;
steer-calve? averaging 278.8 pounds
were divided into two groups. Each
group was placed on similar ‘range. .
and approximately HU seme ess al-
lowed each cow and calf.-' One
FREE swap ads
N O T ICE! SEND IN YOUR SWAP ADS EARLY. ANT AD
. FOR THIS COLUMN WILL Ie PUBLISHED UtEE.OF CHARGE
‘ftF-UteilED 1 ij 25 WORDS. ALL SWAP ADS SHOULarflfi IN
THE OFFICE BY BP. M. TUESDAY. FOR PUBLICATION* "ON
THE FOLLOWING TOUWSDAY. “ -H -J '
group cf calve* received a mixture
of 4 parts ground milo heads end 1
part of cBttoneesd meal supplied
in a ?elf feeder located hi the calf
creep at tSt watering place. The
other group was not fed. During
t|ie suckling period. 16# days, ths,
. SWAP Toe-hou-c
make good grkinelry for heifer cal-
A. Clayton," Bryson Tsx.
WILL SWAP Model-T 1926 Kurd
roadster fKSphickeji?, pig? «msU
heater.—410 West Third Street.
SMALL TENT, alsd $ tube battery
radio . set with batterii*. to trade
fUc ‘cow, young hen*, pig* or1 .what’
roaoswr imuum.5*8^ Pig* or »m»u for cave, young ben*, pig* or .wha
gasPHno engina^Mre. Ola Hall, Four have you.—Audry Burton, L wing..
Gable Garagm^^yj^^^ *1-= -L -1—
whole,beads 71 per cent, and ground
-nilo-hands 101 per cent*.'
Jereford steer calves aver-
•terehlp in the industry, which R has 42ft =
held four years out of the paat six to ltudy th. rd.tive f,
by opening up ta.lt that market rep- of (1) ^oond hegari heads and
by people who want lowest
_____ Standard efct,, the company
claims, will deliver more . mile* per
gallon of gasoline than any other
full silo car now on the market, and
la ideally adapted to the needo of
ths fleet user and the commercial
Prominent in the features of the
Standard Chevrolet are skirted fern-
dsrs front and rear, which conceal
all otter part* at tha oar, safety
Sr panel to coaoaal the
ground ear corn : (2) ground *umac
period of 86 day*, after weaning,
they gained "IRS pounds (My **
compared to .66 pound for those not
fed. During the suckling period
Od 182 days th( there of the creep tea calve*
ined 80 pounds pre head as com
gain of 28 pounds for
the other gimipr-aad were in much
fodder (head- metadedi and ground Ltt,r ft,_h anit thrift^
htgari (head* rtufoved); and (3T|
limestone flour in a grain sorghum
». Each lot receiv-
ed cottonseed meal and limestone
flour except one which received no
limestone flour. . There was little
| difference in gain between ground
Lone Oak Girls
Win Rural Volley
WILL SWAP SCO lb. .capacity tor
f#r- furniture, cow or
_ H -Ola-
WILL THAldE Vbrd coupe for Cow.
George Wade. , ‘
Canned goods to swap for flour or
wheat.—J. W. Hawkins, Lojring.
FRANKLIN ELECTRIC sewing ma-
chine, Atwater Kent electric radio
WANT TO trade Fordson. tractor
far work stock or anything that can
be used on farm.—Earl Wheat; Lov-
HAND CLOTHES wringer to traje
for chicken feed or anything I can
-Mrs. Riley Gibbs, 826 Oak 8t.
WILL SWAP residence in Gi
for a farm ih-Young counly.-—Moody.
600,CHICK • "'“'J ‘ • ..
brooder, rood s* new. 1-Will trade r
f<A pig*" or knything fifean Use.—•
fiatman, Looting, Texas.
CAS RANGE to swap for wrod coot
stove, also -have gasoline washing , '
machine to trade for electric wash- * ■
mg maohinf—C. L. Washburn, 822
Carolina St. ■— . 3 .'
MACHINE .WORK swapped for any .
farm product*.—Moody Bros.
*" »>♦ '
$160.00 STARR victrota. Edison at-
tachment, 3o recu.d* to ewaf, who*
haVo you.—-Frank Lewis
I'U t.LBLOOD' * VERSE t ( but! c»H.
five months old hr good shape, goad
color, from Butler** Dairy. TradS -
for heifer or grain.—E. M. 8n$t>
ttoagm, .Tum I. 11 .' ! "f I j)
WILL SWAP second-hand farm im-
plements for cream separator, hog*
___appearance the Stand-
*?daChevrolet resemble* the llaatsr
models except for sixe. Ode aot-
leoabie departure ia. on the hood,
whore the slanting door* of the big
oar are rep resented on the Standard
series with louvres eighteen on each
typo With harmonising paint instead
The Lose Oak GiFkr were winners
.n the rural volley out -tmirnsmom
Mid at the Graham Memorial Auai-
b Saturday. Colston won sic*
ond place aha Banger was third.
Five teams were entered, and mu^h
interest was manifested in the tour-
The tournament scores
ware annnounced as follows: Hunger
defeated lngteside 16-6 and lM|
Colston def eated Bitter Creek '18-8
and 16-11; Lone Oak defeated Hun-
ger 16-7 and 16-U; Lone Oak de-
tested Colston in the finals lM,
15-8, and 18-*. Bunger won the
of ehromium #J«» on the shell. The fog third place.
hood has the internally-operated.
, The stabilized front end mounting,
originated bp Chevrolet, means that
.the front (fenders, radiator and hend-
Jlinp are' anchored to the frame in
the exact center of the front crone
member. This enables them to
away with tha body aa a unit, in-
of twisting with the undercar.
Tinge in rough-road driving, and
eliminates movement* disconcerting
the driver, thus adding measur-
to the elimination of body stress
the hood a six cylinder
of the same basic design as
by Chevrolet since 1828 pro-
power for the new ear. The
baa a displacement of 180.86
Inches, with a bore of 8 6-16
and a etreke of $.8 inches. It
with Chevrolet’s, Bbw
gr and a down-draft
bearings, baa four counter-
Integrally and weigh.
Aft all-star team wes picked by
.he. coaches. Endh jacaeh picked six
players* the ones securing the lar-
gest number of votes being selected.
The first team selected was: Lorene
Bagley of Colston, D. Lynn of Bun-
g*r, V. Ilea of Bunger, Wataon of
Lohe Oak, and BoWy of lngteside.
The second team wao: Daily cf Lone
Oak, R. Pounds of Colston, Z. Hoff-
man of Colston M. D. Sharp of Bun-
ger, K. Ponds of Lone Oak and Grey
of Bitter Crook.
fed calves were not desirable
slaughter when’ weaned but were
acceptable killers at the end of the.
second feeding period. Financial
results were favorable to the creep
f«d calves for both periods of to*
A modern cream separator of the
very latest type hoe been installed
hy the Butter Creamery.
Travis Manley and (MidNB visited
IB the home of Jasper McCone Sun-
Mr. told Mrs. C. P. Gahagan and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. Travis
Mrs. Joe Shepard and Misses Net-
tie and Louise Shepard were shop
ping in Greham Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jennings are
the proud parents of a baby >oy
born Frktey, March 10. 1
Ollie Darmon of Joeksboro spent
e amok end with J&fner Lewi?
Miss Golds Barnett ie visiting in
the home of Mrs. W. F. Tiffin.
Hr. and Mre. C. P. Gahagan and
family spent Sunday visiting in th^
home of H. E. Btoow.
Eldwyn Barnett epent Saturday
night with Roy-Phillip"-
WILL SWAP- two section*, lixfoot
wide, cone top galvanised cistern fer
ret of harases- end collars or work
horse.—G. B. Johnson.
u i , WILL SWAP Console electric sewing
~; P ,tuuUitiun for-ahsap. ..
. ? _.u , U . ur an(j wooj range.—Derrow, 401
W. Third Street.
■ room houses at lflmDlr ray race horse, Texas
4 houses at Lopgview to . .
l acre ami, 4 houses at Lopgview to
trade for- property ia Young or Jack
bounties or livestock.—Clarence Kee,
Bryson, Toxtot.......^-V -
_ , - , . . .. .... ____________to— .
CREAif SEPARATOR to swap for
good yearling, oats or other grain.—
C. J. Cook.
LEGHORN HENS to swap for
planter or gang plow. .Tenor
wha* hare you.-
few"FINE White Rock rooster* to
trade for White Sock pallets, pigs,
'vr.kslfer calf.—C. L. Burton, Route
i, Loving, Texa*.
Lad, for 29 or 30 model Ford coupe
-Mis. W. M. Gotjtte,
South Bond. Texas.
SANITARY COUCH and
WILL SWAP fifteen Barred Bock trade frtr chicken
eggs for Un Turkey eggs, any breed, icppjnj, lOUJfart Third
bring turkey eggs in IMtN noon.— l ———
Mre. W. M. Goode, South Bead.
WILL SWAP pigs for turkeys.—G.
H. Wolfe, Rooelyn Barber Shop.
THREE PIECE wicker living room
suite and Simmons [kad, mattress,
priags" te tende for TTTWftg fWHX
room suite.—FOsone 419.
GOOD JERSEY bull for
—<E»rl WlieaL- One mile reuth of
Loving. ~ l T'
WILL TRADE reptor wtrk for cows, [ aoiOFS.
chickens, food or anything you have
to trade.—Moody Bros, t
(Huey Youth Is
Made Flying Cadet
1WILL TRADE repair work on trac-
tors for. food or any'farm product.—
“Moody Bros. —:y '' ---
•f—— —---- ---—-—-—rr—
WANTED TO swap Huick touring _______________
csr for cow'.—Loyd McCain, 1000 Jens, perk or other farm
TtoW Street. ■ .v • .v -■ lifers. E. B. Brooks, 926 Third St
FOR TRADE Atwater Kent radio,
end half and half cotton seed which
■made half bale per acre last year for
Grain.—E. M. Smith, Bunger.
m^ACREiT of raw 111 '0»e '
ounty, .clear of debt, will-trade
small farm jw raw land in Young
oOirty Would prefer near school has
Orr, Laving Texas. **......"*•
FOURTEEN INCH sulky p)«w
trade for six plow cultivator or gang
& Bardtok, Loving.
WILL SWAP jiMfc mm lM*H
seed for oata—L. L. Higdon. '
TRADE registered Duroe ha
and tow tor Mr bane or Cash cotta*
YOUNG WHITE Leghorn hens and
pullets, good layers; a ho roosters,
an electric brooder, and hatching
eggs to trade far an electric radio
ill good condition.—1113 Worth St
FOLDING BED to trade for chtok-
ERROR IN NAME
typo oD pump is used, and
l"rr:' la equipped with an
‘ JSSu SS
advance control to
pump I. the im-
4 to the cylinder
is the four-blade
to reduce vil
In listing the names, of the boy
scouts wto> attended the Lions Club
meeting last week, an error wto made
in ona of the names. • The name
ct Dale Wheat should have appepred
in the list ill«4»d-of. Lewranoe Mc-
Miss Noffleet Grimes returned
Thursday night from Waxahachie,
where she attended the funeral «rf
h«r brother-in-law, H. B. Poindexter
Mr. Poindexter bed been ill far sever-
Mrs. G. W. Mahoney is undergoing
tr.atment to the Graham Hospital
a«d Mr. Mkhaney to in a Miners)
Wells Hospital, f
The W. -M. S. of the Firet Baptist
Church in Graham put on a very
interesting program a* the Baptist
Church here last Thursday after*
AT STBPHKNYILLB Foster
* - Mr ^ ^
Rev. and Mra A A. Newman are
aching a Sunday School Study
Oonree at the Baptist Church which
will be finished tMt
Mr. T. A. Sanderson died Thursday
night at the home of a daughtei
in 'Vernon, Texas and was hurled
three Friday afternoon. Mr. San
demon was well known here and was
a member of the Baptist Church
here. Mn. and Mk* Sanderson had
made their homo with their
tor. Mri. 3. 1. Mretor here a part cd
the time since Mr. Sandmen had
been in had health. ». and Mrs.
visited Mm durtadr Ma last
illnes* and wore
mri Mr*. G. W. Hihtor ami
JOLNEY, March 13.—Word has
•ten received by Dr. H. C. McKinmy
.hat his son, J. E. McKinney, recent-
y appointed flying*cadet at Randolph
. told, San Antonio, has been acoep-
ed to the March entering class,
ift*r successfully passing the phyii-
examinations. A series of three
physical examinations were required,
the first at Fort' Sill, another at
Dallas and a final one at Randolph
Some 600 are said to be oa the
waiting list tohsiter.
Young McKinney, 22, to re grad-
uate of Oteey High School and also
of New Mexico Military Institute.
Ha recently resigned from the WWh-
ita Falls unit of (fee National Guard.
At Herron City
There will be an all-day
«ith dinner on the ground, at Heron
Jlty on March 26. The singing
will 1 >*gin at 1 o’clock. All stogere
it those who kme singing are re*
quested to come and bring haskoto.
iveral quartets from other places
-e expected to
W. F. Matheny, who has charge of
arrengemento for the singing stated
that: “All Shcred Harp sincere
■eve a special invitation. Own*
and bring F»wr eaered harp books.
Ws will hare a few songs ant of tto*
•mod oM snored has* hooka. Thar*
will ho nd*od Sta8»n,l«n.to* «•»-
WITH THE APPROACH OF
We Announce The Following Reduced
— ICE —
DOCK PRICES —-
100 Pounds..,,.. ?.__________ ,40c
75 Pounds...........;.. ... 30c '
50 Pounds.......<....... .20c
— 25 Pound8 . a ...............12c
75 Pounds.......... 38c
•“ .50 Pounds............. >.., 25c
12V^ Pounds................ .8c
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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/m1/9/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.