The Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 14, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 18, 1934 Page: 1 of 4
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GRAHAM, TEXAS. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1934.
0 MILE PARADE PLANNED
AUNT -VV.N BROGDON ILL “
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Ready /To Welcome Fair-Comers Tomorrow ^UPf.NIMi 1
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and money Involved, in
njw eart Vfard an
morning: In tin* effect
surroundings had on
children who re-
• won’t be half ~3»*jF
one little fellow was
nark after a thorough
Hr first floor,
rith like enthusiasm .ex-
etcha I can slide hitlf
wTtlLj^ gep^v, H. M. Willis, two
urdes-west^efOruham, is 4Ulte ill,
Atofit Ann, 'a? 30H_ts .. familiarly
known by all . ot ]htr friends i* 92
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Lacquey Crp£ Of
Ppschcsi Clood fa
Sprite Of Drouth
SW.'W TOdr, Ahd‘= VTTI^u^-a^rTil»3si^ dlfifh.
yesterday with a sack of peaches
With pita - no larger" than a good-
sized olive piC —
According .to Mr. Lgquey, who is
generally conceded., to _ know his
peaches, some of- his tmi will keep
bearing* until October.
___The * email stone is' unusual this
ill girls tip-toed into . year and ~Was probably caused by
a carefully «u> though [ the drouth, MY. Laquey said, but
it lie stirred up, and it did not_seem to lessen the quale.. Flflil T ArnnMi ~iiTnTfftlSnu flff
ity of the fiSRr^—r--‘ -
Mr. Laquey liven, about 2 miles
Uiltf UyUli II I mil I U UL ■
ONE OF WT EVER HELD
hoes And Stockirtgv*Wfc ~th«
OO Tew’s Old—W-81 ""1 *e innuunc™ today
tbst arrangenient-* for a parade more
than two miles long are complete,
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Young County Fair Dark. Behind the new
. 1 .in. ikiiiiiu .m. ... uuilding a nr
feet fence awaits a wonderland of »*hibit. and amuaements to be
opened formally tomorrow morning. The new plant was made
possible through the assistance of the Civil Works Administration.
Among _the dispthy* in the relic *pg aee
w A-]??e\w?«v \i-ep«lYVrrYnt^al in* *—* '*''
To S|peak At Lions
-to . revarnished desks
at and" rub tlfe thining'
ological and physicial
derived from the im-
| will be immeasureable,”
■id aa he watched them
heir first assignments,
floors, painted walls,
(windows are incon) par-
titions laat year, and the
am cannot be paats.
Ily for their decision in
the federal grant,” he
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loved To Fair-
I in the bMdment
ham attorney, will be guest speaker
at. .Lions dluh luncheon tomorrow
west of the TonkJTMUT hdhaoLZ- Am^ UJ* tomorrow - morning for
memoratiOn of Constitution Week.
which began Sunday. . ..*£
WILL BE CHARGED
AT FAIR TONIGHT
iProf.,j 8.1 H. Peavy, chairman of
the program committee, will intro.
duce< Mr. Arnold/ ^....... ^
No admission , will be charged at
the main giite of the fair tonight,
0. 0. Cosart, president of the Fhir
Association, declared this afternoon,
thus admittlhg persons to the.
grounds freefof charge that they
may inspect the new plant and at-
tend the Midway attractions. - ‘~~
The general admission prices vri|l
City Court In
Five cases are being heard by
City Judge Shelby Boling today,
some of which art jury cases, T.wo
of the . five are being tried for
affriy, two for drunkenness, snd
one for speeding and reckless driv.
““Will Call Court
JtramW Cunningham, district .clerk} *
flWTT Judge * Allan
Montgomery' wfll convene
civil Jjfry cases.
k*5ve crtfniVSSf caswe- were heard
Monday and the jury discharged.
Mr. Cunningham said.
6 Community Booths
;_ami~ihar spectators tomorrow* morn
the- -baat. and.
year «iUk-be a.pair of haby shoes ,rul »nimsU that' ever^ encircled, tha
and-, hand-knitted etockings wosn......stljuarf- ________,_______\
hy Mrs. E. M, Smith of Bunger, The parade will form on Grovs
when she was less than a year old. Street,' with school buses an^i carp
The shoes, bought in Louisiana, ™nt“*nin*f <***»! children to line
are 30 years old. The stockings 11 p on *econd atree.t^acing west. All
wore.tmttea bv Mts. Smith’s nioth- **‘—*“ .......... “**
tdcycles and those entering the dog
I contest will form on West Third
Mr.'Smith has carefully kept the "feet rtPkr the City Hall. ' Cowboy.
preoiouj, shoes and stockings these
nod- brought them to the
Reporter office this morning on his
say to tile fpir grounds/
AT WARD AND J. H. $.
and cowgirls will form on the rodeo
Six fine comnvuaity booths are be-
ing made ready today by Proffitt,
Padgett, Olndy, Red Top, Loving,
and Henry Chapel, and tliose com-
- - ly act for trial today, but ten
bits will, Js taken from !
but ten of
the twelve charged came to Judge
■re be- be started tomorrow morqing, with inK Jbe judge said
of th« , children of school age- being/a3nrft»* “■•■'-T
[today as the scoring of i tbd free the first day. ■'"
tration club .«drtMta I According to Mr. Coxart, a fifty
| and | twenty-five cent admission
irelie Hearn is Judging will be charged to the races and
„ Miss Lola' Blair, who j rodeo each afternoon, and ten and
scoring of food products }<«*• cents wiH he_ chargsul for the
rhile Miss HesVn judged i double header soft ball games, to
kiu ng her wprk today, j hr-every ^evening.
munities through County Agent B. F*
Vance wylcdmv inspection of the
Mrs. Boyd*1 Street and Mrs.- L. W.
Price have been assisting in jhc
Fast ward and Shawnee-ward schools
*tKis week until classes can be more
1 definitely , organized, I. T, . Gilmer
announces. ‘ '* ’
Mrs. Street is teaching jutiior
varied produce display.
Tltc booths are on the right-hand
side of - the agricultural building,
,Mr *•»» .
Motor* buses traveling between
Boling and pleaded gtfllty Without jlagdad and Dgmascus have
trial. The other two Were dismissed, wheels and are 88 feet long.
this evening and , ClOUnty Board Is i
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leet Grime., county home
on agent, says.
In Session Today .
AT 9:30 O’CLOCK
children will be dismissed
G’clock tomorrow morning
at they may participate
parade, and all parents
expecting to tarry them
to have their cars on
L. C. Cook and the County Board
of Trustees are meeting this af-
ternoon' in the baaemtBI, of the
coufthouse lo discuss and approve
fKeftransportation lines to be. used
.this year. ' ----—^
Mr. Cook says that state trans-
portation aid cannot be secured un-
til the County Board has approved-
the lines. * ' . ' -
Other routine business will stso
be considered. ,
Albert E. Oatman To
Be Buried At Farmer
ptly at that time in or-
the parade may not be de-
Funeral arrangements had not
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STATE AID NATIONAL NEWS
AT A 8UNCE
Two hundred.* picketsr« were ar. .or. ' -The second "largest manufac-
rested in. Atlanta, Ga., yesterday a* turers of airplanes " have tripled
they’ sought to prevent mills frpm
reopening, and martial* law was .ports Jo Germany Includes 176 alr^' been teaching in
declared by Governor -Talmadge in
all sections where National Guards-
men are on duty, „ A prison camp
was established near Atlanta to
fine men taken
-they, make the
throughout, the state in "flying
squadrons". Nine mills'' in the
Carolinas reopened under protection
of National Guardsmen, nnd several
with" 'MBputo protection for em-
ployes refused to operate until de-
plane motors and., eight airplunes
this year—to da^.
mauds were met.
to S. H. Peary, princi-
m students will be car-
ivatu SMi.Jor the most
school busses will be
the rural children and
io do not have other trans-
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of Young county trill
dmitted free of charge at
gate of the fair all day
Children’s Day, and all
olf s»d many of the rural
being dismissed for Ufa
•ton. . 1 . *
been completed today at noon for j • The federal investigation comtpit-
Albert E. Oatman who passed J tee discldaed yesterday thaf Captain
aw»y Monday afternoon but it is William F. Warm* had been penal-
urderstood that he. will be burled ( lied in 1926 for not holding fire
in '.he Funner cemetery tomorrow
Mr Oatman died suddenly while
at the heme of his son, Jim. near
Loving. He was 75 years , of age.
Mr. Oatman and* his family live
threo mile; nort i «( "Loving where
he haa been a pmmin* n*. farmer for
a number of y-V.ra. ..U*- formerly
lived in Farmer where he also had
rarmlng Ihterests. Hi* death leaves
only one survivor of the Oatman
[ family, that being a sister, Mr*.
dldren’s participation in j R E M(L^ry of Graham who is 84
will be a-mtllar to that
I year, which., according, tb
ia A great improvement
[ parade afoot theretofore
® For PRESBYTERY v - and Bay City and tyvo boys, Jim
lockaday and Rev. Bryan H.
Presbyterian pastor, leave
■ for Weatherford where
attend the Fort Worth
*- This is the fill mett-
Presbytery and Is to Be
the - Flrat ftwaby^erian
Weatherford. Mr. Hoett-
j*ears of age. There sreqa five, boys
and two girl*, in the, family and
only Mrs. Mabry aurvivea them.
Mv. Oatman leaves a wife slid
five children, three girl*. Ell%. Nqr»
and Maude, -who live in Houston
nnd Jessie who live near Loving.
G, b. Cozart, fair president, warna
exhibitors that displays, must be in
officers testified tha‘t the drills were
not held regularly on the Morro
Castle. Toddy the group plans to
inspect the bulk in Asbury Park
to sacure first-hand knowledge of
conditions as they must/have been
that fatal night.
bccorafed^cafs and. trucks wilt^__t--
JiBrt.Atyjwu-. ,animid' TSE?
atreetia on Grove, aiM the C. <?. Cy*--'
Cfimp will form on Grove Street bel '
tween First and Second streeto.
The1 Boy Sco
wilt gatfWFoh'"Grove between Third
and Fourth streets, afld the Color
Squad and American Legion will
form on the corner of Fourth and
Grove streets, -
-yThe line of march will start from'
the corner of Grove snd Four*'- -to
the horthwest corner of the squarot
south and around the -Wfuare coun-
ter-clockwise; then west on Fourtli
Street to the fair grounds.
In addition to the-- floats,
high school English, -and Mrs. Price o ln paQ,l’on I10»«*
ST!” B“h Stn'SSSw*
S- r ‘r-2~*£ S?^S"5s
mnuLftm »“”**„•*« » a*.«i», i—u —ill ,iu i. to,,..* to
WHfr - -
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high school temporarily.
j Following is the V»f 0f .prises to
be awarded the winners: ^eat,.Cow-
Come Front Florida 'b°»* tsr taw: Best cowgirf. »5.
*- . i $2.50; Best Junior boy or girl. $2.50,
New Instructor To
~ _ , ' ... , ___r$i:50; Largest dog, $1; Smallest dog,
MrStoJT. J. - Powell, to be etopi.y- ; g|. Vg^ dog^. £
..... .-■ * _T* *m W ar $U Preltiest bicycle entered-by boy,
nvefrom Thursday to as- ; ,, Birl. 50t.; J,r(r?st
sume • her duties the last oF thus j f - $7.50! $3.50; Ohfc«C^
week or Mpnday morning, L T. -Vl 't'a- >
rat»*ii car. 110. S.'t: RfejU
i rated car, $10.. $5; Be'At TmM $'io: T*
their payroll, ami -U. S. aircraft ex- aister to 'Mrs. E. R. Riggs,
Sirs. Powell, an A. B. graduate 1 . . .
of Benau College in Georg.a. iv a , pr0^P)t^
rrife jg, B. Riggs, and !ha* [.** 10. # cl<Wfc: >nd ,treet* wl" *
the mpmmoth "opening gun" of the
iher said. , - —. ...
Classes have not beeh' assigned Twelfth Aj)nu“ T®ung Founty Fair.
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ear Atlanta to ] Although* five nations oppose the
by the soldiers as entry of. Soviet Russia. Into the Lea-
rounds of mills gue .of*>Nations, her Twembershijj.
was recommended to the body* yes-
terday hy' the political committee,
and today’s vote of the entire mem-
bership will probably see the Re-
public of.. Soyiel Russia admitted.
Portugal, Switzerland. Holland. Bel-
gium, and, Argentina bitterly op-
posed the move in the political com-
U S. troops are standing ready
in Manilla today to prevent further
striking, rioting, and destruction of
attempt to gain ontrknce^Jjjtq the
La Minerva cigar faptory, a non-
union plant. The deaths are said
to be the firat resulting from strike
riots in the, history of the Philip-
the- new instructor, and until the
schedule has been more definitely
Worked out Jjr. Gilmer will- be un-
able th. annouce what subjects Mrs!
"Powell wBh ieach..
Nature Pulls Joke
On Andy Bullock
A little late but .nevertheless in-
teresting was the story, told today
by Andy Bullock -who s not in-
clined to stretch the point for good
Mr. Bullock was standing in the
front door of his cafe last Thurs-
day night when the first-—storm
hroju*. For reason of economy every
FDR C. C. ME
Vilson. Oklahoma'.' returnMs.««" - ,
cross the -line late Monday -night
with the beautiful cup. trophy of
their victory over the Alexander
All-Stars, in the finals of thp Cbatn.
her of Commerce invitation tbutna-
ment in Wichita Falls.
The game, which ended 2 to 0, was
scoreless until the first of the sev.
*cnth when Daughterty scored from
other''lamp in the series around the second on Simpson doubled. The
All except two business buildings
and several residences in Nome. Al-
aska, were destroyed by fire",yes-
terday after the blaze had destroy-
ed the fire department. Dynamite
was restorted to in an effort to
check tjle flames, and mining opera-
tions 'were stepped nearby to allow
employes to help fifeht the fire. An
estirqate of the loss is set at $750,-
000. ;*, l
^ The House refused to accent the
Senate'a. $5,000,009 figure set for
relief bonds, and sent the measure
to. a conference committee for ad-
justment. The Senate provision of
$1,5O(»,000 per month during the
winter monthf met "with firm oppos-
second run was scored '*h*n the
bases were loaded in the ninth and
Graham threatened to score sev-
eral times, and had Johnny Mat-
thews’ *Home ruh” fopl in the ninth
Germany, according to iihe Senate
munitions committee, is determined.] don’t believe that I could win." Stat
Mr*.' Cornelia Fryt-e Vinchot with-
drew from the gubernatorial race
in Pennsylvania yesterday. wTth the
statement .that"* "at this date I
ing that ah? Relieved in fsanknqo*
she outlined Wt reasons' in saying
that a defeat at this time might*
,to have an air force in spite of
the Versailles treaty, snd from I s-
timony brought out yesterday the
place by 9 o’clock tomorrow ‘Mie ..number of employes in one of the ‘hurt'the rbanves pf a bettor day for
Rev.TteallBey wULroturn I exhibita setU remain for inspection
* ijr. 4watU. $ o’clock Saturday afternoon-
largest German factories has been Pennsylvania workers ia nilne, mill,
doubled since HiKer came into pow- ,fsrm, and factory.
front -awning had been loosened
buS pot- removed, snd Mother Na-
ture thinking to pu|l a' prank on
Mr. Buileck decided to help him
complete the job.,
Suddenly Andy saw a bulb fall
from. Its soeket and apparently ; been a couple of feet jn, the out, v
he sidewalk. As come might have bee A different,
is natural he closed his eyes mo- With.. two down, one man on, and
mentarily,' only to - reopen them the count three snd two Matthews
when Jhe bulb didn't crash-. f,n- I fouied a long drive Irto the parked
stead the • witid had whipped n , car* along the third base line. Mat-
under thF lighj and lowered it SD t-ehewt wa* walked on the next hall. .
slowly - that -Mr. ' Bullock could.; and' "Cromhr popped out to *hoH
scatcrijr believe hi* • eyes. i field to end the game... I "
Even aftar- he picked up. the Jackvboro carried off consolation
lamp and taken it indoors Andy , honors "by defeating th# BiriljseH
couldn’t bel'eve-thatv it-waa- real. Oilers of Archer City 3 tb 2.
so Hastily wrewed the bulb in a |' ---o------ ' '
sllcket to find ont. Su,re enough Mr. land Mrs. Clarence Taylor, Mr.
llje flglit,- 4o watte worth. Jumped . and MrV C. E, Penp^ and Mr. snd
out as. though nothing had hap- j Mrs, Floyd Deacon spent "the week-
pen-d -..'s'— ■. ... i °nd at Lake Kemp in Wichita Falla, f
It wauldaT take much to make They were guests of Judge Allen
Mr t Bl'llork bplieve ie geplln*, Montgomery of Wichita. FaHs at hia
faiiic*7 hfld spook* thee*, days. j cabin. “
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