The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 1, 1934 Page: 1 of 10
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The Graham Leader
WKW8I>APER PUBLISHED IN N0ftTHWE8T TEXAS ESTABLISHED AUGUST 16, 1876 WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE, WITH CHARITY FOR ALL
AAA NEWS’ DISPATCH EXPLAINS
m : CONTINUATION OF COTTON AND
i* Bug IkmionntraLors
re -4 Report Completion
Ot 326 Square
CORN-HOG POOfiRAMS IN J933
Fourteen grown birds and, $10,011;
,_ ■_______■ s,.
•erred InformatTon relative, to" U*
in this year's prises Is thidiyppor. -tea —•
—---— «_. .«•:------- been inutki by , the Young I,Corn:ty
given by Mms Emnce< Milliean ot
hundred -and twentyisi* 5;
of" a"i mats -^ye ^tfcr
TlV t.ho Vftnmr
OP UiPFIClALEURMSTOR INSPECTION;
NATION-WISE SURVEY TO BEGIN JAN. I
Urged To Turn Jn
I 1986 cotton and (S3Tn-Hog programs
I which is indicative thaffboth of thy
reduction .programs will be in force
Following, is the article in 'the
News Digest, published by the Agri-j report* to him at once.,
cultural Adjustment Administration! During the past year
the 4JL Qub or Lofing. wmi'"»t - i»l‘" imsL
Frances helps wUli the-pobltry,^0fiths'” G< Elliott rc-
'County Agent -“J—1—‘------“-*---— —'""l l —
' '1 ....... ._
BT. Vhnce UTges'snd she hr allowed one tenth for
that all 4-H jrlub boys m%jte their- her-apart. . :. .4 | p|TCe
’ | A* _______. .1____ I__A. , iA "VI.J. I -.1... i_
.Are • Available At
r. ; -C! Of C. Offices
farm censps. ..to ' he taken ia- tjia_ ‘
■ Hnitt.-I States lu'-"ii-.|j);g Jikvi rw
" 'tY. vv.ere the sample -copies of- the
MrsTjolin K. Seth won third “ ^ Tilley; d^u'y iLpervylor (-0UMty A(fem b K ^
the 'state ci>nto8t,.Jfcl her'■*. thfiJULaad gas divisipn of the • Act„din^ Mf y — appruJ£
»rm>B8 wj1 be
< Ci^.u j blanks receivoff thix hy
At present ..^thsy haVe- 140 birds original dcs gn, “Bfceath bf Spring,”, Raj'toad Comnjjgjjgn. was in'Gta- jjr, 0(m
several and she has won $3.00 at ” thai_Jfrs H C. Mil.lean won f rst and, ham yesterday aTfri-nodh and left pj ,(j m . 1
-■hd circulated among county agentsj trips have been won by th« Young! Young County Fair and $7.00 aL Bee,,nt* “1 C. J. a. Short Course, forms at the Chamber of Commerce — ***
■*“ —--- ‘-1--—J' * » » - - • - - - - - -i and Mrs. Seth rener.ted with a third ... . .. ____—.- ... 1 %
monthly tl0„ b(f
county boys and it is expected that the State Fair.
several will be won next year id1 -••i---**---o
the boys will- file their reports in
The trips made by boys in 1934
and persons _ interested in AAA
week, which explains the govern-
ment’s attitude, and which Mr.
Vance wishes to call attention to:
The Seoretary of , Agriculture an-
nounced that the cotton adjustment ,' include * trip to the Farmers’
program would continue into the! M Course by Kenneth Venn of
Mi# season. This announcement Padgett, at which time he was sei-
sms mad* in order that the more j *cu>d as ope Gold SUrl
than one million cotton farmer* who ! elub member, in, Texas. Kenneth is ’ .
signed !934 and 1935 Cbtton con- j the proud poasestor of a Lions club
tr*ct" c*n witfi'their farm-f brood sow. From this
707,255 POUNDS OF
JAYE BEEN POOLED
,!!h? .w“ r.U!ih('11
by the Graham Lions club in return y A**nt A g ,
',0r which hi agreed to furnish >
a^thw^^fam-RS Silott S °fflCe'' f0r °" operat5"'
^^m^lye^mforW--- ~1. ’
nit as compared with” the -.*
, l v®iue after results are tabulated,
ACC^-"a^ “L'- P1!! the re' «« money ana "ierfort’, involved are
ports should bo scnf lb DWif 'BW-‘"aVnotfiiii . •—
kett, Eastland, t i£- the producer is
VICTIM OF BLAST
DIES IN (iR1H/W— ^"th v»ung county, and to Sim *:d at
Onealr-iVH Pa.nhandle Bldg., WlcK-i o* the courthouse, dnd the county
HUullTAL i?lD *ta the report is Tiled oii *2cnt will welcome , persona to call
Sample copies may be inspect-
his off er in th& basement
tag plans dor the next season with| 80W he has raised a fine Utter of1 . .. „
full assurance that -the voluntary pi£, -i ton exemption certificates in the;
3?agfgugj - r..™ ,ejs sftsjwi 2^ss
terms of the' two-year eontrafts. Tt-tor'
was emphasized by Officials of the
Agricultural Adjustment Adminis-
tration that the Secretary’s announ-
cement did pot constitute the formal
proclamation which the cotton con-’ netb> property,
trdci requires. It is askurence that |------- „
fwSfBliS^sWSS:; CAR OVERTURNS
ion of the Administration U en- U " WILRIUIU1U ,
Z%Z zzr 1 JBGHWAY WORKER
that the National Pool be closed yegtwUy *,t,rnoon-
*“ Nov. 10.
ib the Graham hoopital from Jacks-
boro iate Tuesday-afternoon, died
at 7:30 .Wednesday morning.
According , to.' physicians the man
suffered, a fractured akul] and other
serious injuries. ,*
-.The accident was said to have
|j|'token place at the rock quarry sou.
well ~in North Young
or Archer counties.’
The supply on hand Is
pennil ilifl i llmtiikg
l-r """r *■ " fr— them, but an additional .si
the proper authority, and not haj lieaii -ordfred, and soon it will
iraouni oi reauctio
| ~ W^wb*wr*«jntred and the annhmt and
manner of rental 'and parity -(lay.
mauls to be made. The complete
tnej are complete and approved ^ ^ :
It was ststed that an important 1 when the truck
..i which he was driving 'overturned,
Groda, aS Olney resident, was
thrown clear of the car and found
passing motorists a few minutes
According to the present . pros.1'
pects. of cotton production within
the ebunty, about 2,500,000 pounds
of surplus certificates will be held
by* -county ’ growers. — •
Many producers are not pooling
-their certificates bat ’ are holding
them to be used next yesrVshould
the Bankhead Act still be In effect.
fktii of the I9S8 program would
be to offer cotton producers who
#l Wt ftgn the the 1934-1935 _con- * J"1
tracts an opportunity to sign ' *y
contract covering the 1W6 season .... ... .. ...
t_ -jj;. . , Although no one witnessed the sc-
ar. cooperating in * ’hlnwfiUt
cropping plans for 1935, th, ! «us*d thd* tragic death V
>». * Tno rpppnllu ITIOVOU tO 1
Olney Man Injured ^
By Enraged Bull
__S - - ~
T. Richard new' af ' 0 i n ey|
•i* confined in an Olney hospi-
tal today after having been pain-
fully injured by an enraged^bnH at
Mr. TiUey stressed the' import-)
with his office at Olney. 1 '»« possible for persons
The form is known as the month, sample copies and start tholr tal-
ly producers’ - report, state-wide, culations in advance pf January.
fori® E, U. ' . ___________ , I - Any .tract of land larger than I
Forms 1, 4 and 15 may also be- acres'Tn* having «. income of $250
secured at the Chamber, of Com- °r niore in 1934 will be classed a*
, a farm and subjected to the - cen-
| mis report
| Following are Short explanatory
j paragraphs: taken from the blank.
meree ■ offices.
FOR LOVING GETS
J STATE’S APPROVAL
•*rx ■- — ' ,i'
j which may sumnpirize the nature of
| the information desired in. the
Mr. Tarpley’s brother had been
given work there the day before
and, the unfortunate victim, who
lived at Crofton, had come to pie
quarry to seek employment^ friends J
■' • . .
A blast sent several large rocka-[
into the,.-air it is stated, one
which fell upon Mr. Tarpley’s head/ Sute approval 0f/the work re-l mJ. ........
He'was giYem first aid ih Jmtks-1 ,;ef projVet frir the construction oft” t-^creagr: «oPWfnot;nsed -rr^wk
bor* and rushed to Graham by. am. 60o yard, of vdewalk between the ' ,ec‘U!e o£ «op fa. ures. used only
buance immedUtel,.—' > piJlool Md b^neps district Wig-re.! tor *•*«. •» ^ ***
-o-^—. ceived -at the county relief head-! p,sj,,r*’ al1 other land’
'*.....'snjs ... t quarters. Tuesday. ...........^ land
coining census. The topics g.vep in
brief, are not all that the, survey
■covers, but Those most applicable
U) Young county and Texas fann-
ers: , •—<f. w
P.-Ti A Membership
Drive Successful c.mw*.
SuC.Utmn—has .gust. cloaad- a...unique
TV ;|IU'^v*J’;n V t L jl ■ Farm value: total value*of farm
1 ao l.r ^ V"“‘ “"f 5 WKSw. r™*a W
ryon to tCTiants or managed-
kndwn in Graham. «ga-W>rty<Hy* irP ,helr m#m'6ership dues were *3T[
tch ng the'cd*hoiya at work Rom mi^,ed Vi the play free. -
top ’of a corral fence when the
' ' the R.-
prevent any miiuqder. fa,C|Rmncy *" , C°mpar,y'
gram and tjhe Bkn.lb.-.d Cotton Mar- *ett‘ , , ' * . , ■ . I ch»rged at him^atching the
'keting Act. , l - Furviving relative^ consist of the mnn,, ri(tht foot ^tth-i to-items
wloow, two soya, two hrothcrxr Wii-! foro he could escape. V
ly Groda of Bryatr’and- Finnie Groda J———I — -m—
of Moran, a. sister of Moran, and the Eastham prison, farm near Bra-
his father, laid jJtp be Tt guard atj tori*.
As-1 -Total expenditure has been limiuf-'',, ,, : ^ , ,
qua) idT-by... the. state to $1,179.50, and !
Farm Motgage Debt
Its Throckmorton -pounty ranch late membership drive, ’’Beads On A must include labor and materials
Tuesday" aftexnoorf. ' i String,'’ a- play, directed by Mrs.)_ ■ '1 o ^V*1’
is i- Bsstoi was given. Those PMfl-v
' any mortgage debt on land and
I buiHmga^SffiSFhy ydii'luP-Jan. 1,
The -play was enjoyed by a large
The Bankhead-Act will become ef.
fectlve for ita second year if the
President finds and proclaims that
the cotton„pr£)<l»etion and market-
injr wmergency continued or is likely
eontimto, and if the Secretory1
, Agriculture determines that two-
thirds of,..the cotton producers favor I
the continuance of the Act. Any I
expression of producers’ opinion I
which may be asked in “ connection I
with the Bankhead Act will not af-
fect the -Agricultural Adjustment
Administration’s obligations under
the adjustment contract.
—IN OLNEY SATURDAY 1U3.7, amoimb of debt, om ttipg chst- _____
_- ~~ "• -f-tci mortjnrgf-s, . v . -
.. , - | County Agent B. F. Vance . an- j-’arITi housing, population;) and fluu*
nudience. Thirty or. more member,] ..ounces that he wdn .bk fn' 01n,y ,nbor: Number of dwellings,. num-
were secured and the proceeds were Saturday at the City ,Nl- , ; ^^ber’ of persons, fan., labor, oouU
added to the funds in tbe treasury. Farmers Wishing ' to^di^ss "their tin(f
-- ‘“tC]'-__ i farm ]&*ed
Jeff • Chenault yijited friends In to meet at the City Hall on tha
Goree, Sunday. •„' i "
Romance of Hooking Rugs Set To Rhythm H
At Inter - County Federation Pageant
P Pageantry in a new form was
Plans presented in Wichita Falls Tuesday
Ore under way'to give the producers afternoon when women of the In-
on opportunity to expreoe their, op. ter-County Federation became a
lpion on the Bankhead Act for 1986 willing audience for the novel stage
but, it Vas emphasized, regardless of presentation .to depict the original
the decision of producers a* > that designs woven into hooked rugs
supplementary form of control, the by Young county, clubwomen.
. voluntary adjustment program will ’’ Six rugs were selected from tl)e
ntinued Into 1986. • score or more that the Young Coun-
■ ty Rug Association has made re;
The Agricultural AdA^mem^Ad-^centty,^A^^.,.»aproprtote stanzas
ministration announced that approkl were written about each. -I
imately 69 per cent of all prodne- Furthering the exhibit Misses
voting in the corn-hog referen- Mary Lesiio Scott and Jean Rem-
i meetings favored continuing ad- ington, dressed as pages; carried
t through 1935 and that, in ihe rugs across the stage between
' *1*1* substantial majority, wrought Iron hangers jgrhile jbe i-
corn-hog program definltey accompanying jingles were read.—t,
formulated and offered to The cable cord rug was made by
as soon as possible. The Mrs. X W. Barnett ef the Newcee-
■ of the outcome tie; club, and her Idea originated
prendum hr full detail will from the oil' well equipment. In
dy for about ten day* A keeping with the design the fot
com-hog eommltteemen lowing j’fifdc was given hy Miss
workers from li George H. McLaren while the rug
»ere in Washington dur- was being "displayed before the
Week for is conference coun(y delegations: ' '—
The colors, too, are true as steel | But. not one thing doing for the
Now, wouldn’t yon like to have; old potato bug",
this one —** In connection with the above
Right in Your home to call your [ portion of the pageant Miss Mc-
Laren held a basket of" vegetables,
Mrs. H. G. Milliean of* the Lov-
ing club waa designer and maker
of the Buck-Hhrn rug. Woven from
home grown wool, the material was
washed, made into thread and hook-
ed as the song explains:
“We grow pur wool, with keen
delight, :J. r-‘ ■
our rugs with color
persons doing housework;!
number of persons doing labor in
family... 1 '""-dj .
Oops harvested" in lifiTT: "fotai
acreage of corn, omitting sweet
eorn. pop com, kafir and mtlo
maizh.: soitehums for grain or feed,
annual legumes harvest®” oir" grazed,
principal hay crops, small grams,
vegetables, fruits, miscellaneous
crops. Information -includes acres
harvested and quantity In buahels,
ales, \ or pounds? Fruita listed se-
eding to kind, age Of tree, and
H-ivestock: ' Total mules,--
"On the old Loving ranch
whole day long, i
'.. Riding the range and: singin]
SO"5'. ' -T- , _ mlfk and- butter, produced on
» hr .™ . Ur„ ^ „ J'l ViV.® ^
her hand. , y To guide him directly to - the
Reahz.ng that one of the- great-, branding pen '
eet of all activities in Texas is ... ,v uri-u , . ..
oil, one of the women, Mrs. John- *killful Jffiack" *? ° r0nS "
son, made a rug on the lease block K Characteriles
pattern, which, i*- explained by the f
"The cable utrong-always In
*?!T pices, . i 1 S ' .....
th* pre- Woven in rugs find added grace; «>tor was,
- «w W. . ^ut.
? Unton, « look swrtt - U-
They’re hooked with care by
hands so sura,
A background formed'tb -obscure
But ah, also will yod please look?
The buckhoms form to take their
hook." ' E-
The third of the six " rugs was
■made in a potato stencil by' Mrs.
R. J. Johnson and' Mrs. H. G. Mil- Sometimes our plans are blocked,'
lican by cutting an Irish potato1 you know, • .]/>
Into circle, enlarging the pattern,. And blockheads often trouble sp-
end stamping the base material! But rugs are just as snug with
with it, .. - ■’ j scraps _, ^
1 Hiss Me ImranY jingle for Mat] Blocked in just so like travetor*
“We block the land for every
-And- thus we found our wealth
increase. " *
-We block our ’ quilts — log cabins
made, -V " '
Thb *lrpl*na.-vinw—a block ef-
And just what not may we 4x-
herd with '!']’■Hi]
j turkey track;” 4
Tha sixth rug wis presented
pageant from by the playing kl
singing tof “Trees” while a spring
scene was enacted. The' rurf
“Breath of Spring" was Mrs. j.Jdhl
R. Seth’s entry 'in the pageant
Lillian Bullock played ' as... $jocom
pffrfist to Adele Long who s*tol ^ h -
< Young County had fprty presenjt
fdr the meeting,' bettered only b;
Knox county, who had seventy—fr
delegates. ' r,
MrX. O. T. Anderpon was tl
author of moat of the poetry*
waa accorded ' the delegations'
thanks for assisting In the presen ;
Wits, egtllc. calves, milk cows and
ih'TWM, sheep and lambs and num-
ber jhorn, total weight of wool
shorn, hog* and pig*. -Boats and
hides, weight of mohair, chickens,
eggs produced in 1934, chicken*,
raised in 1934 whether sold, con-
sumed or on hand, but hot to iit-
elude baby chicks 'That ware eold
as l>nbp chicks, tuskayw osae. 3
months1 on J.»»- "l-
The. figures renuc«ted include to-
tal values, amount of^ each pro-
duct sold, and \ amount ilsed for
home. jMISympt1 ---
Tbj>„J>rief ske$Hi is more fully
erplpincd in tko\ sample census
dimiks, and whenttba. laattr .«biPe
j hient arrives, fornw will be avsll-
.able for prellminaTW eaieulations.
Speaking of the! advantage* -at
... I, -,-r-T-v Mr. Vsnce said that
other huainesw* and profemtous
have made careful check of proflto
thl» h the fir**
time, that a romprehenslve study a*
tation of a splend d program.
Swiito&MjtoS" ■ iwaisfcf i < ejfr'ail*
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Spears, George T., Jr. The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 1, 1934, newspaper, November 1, 1934; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth884478/m1/1/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.