The Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 168, Ed. 1 Friday, March 13, 1942 Page: 3 of 4
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Tha Graham Daily Reporter
March IS, 1M2
Kitiercd as second-class mail matter at th« postoffice in Graham. Texas
under act of Congress of March 4, 1870.
Published Every Afternoon Except Saturday and Sunday oy
GRAHAM PUBLISHING COMPANY
Mrs. Leland Burch,
Recent Bride, Is
Judged on the basis of a twelve-
point criteria including good man-
u 1 CL *°*d *TOOmfa«5 P®4^! »*”-
tlonored at Dnowei) cerity; a sense of honor; and gen-1
of the Queen, Mi
will be honored at the
Ball in the elaborate
the new Union building.
C. L. S. C. Members and Guests Hear
Interesting Mock Radio Program On
“Ladies of the Press’ Wednesday
A radio program on "Ladies of trip around the world in 1889, at
the Press” was presented over which time Nelly Bly wee given
station C.L.8.C., sponsored by an
organization of the seme name,
Mrs. Leland Burch, who was oral personality, each of the prin-
Misa Vera Welker of Gladewater ceases and her escort will be pre-
and formerly of Graham until her'
, marriage February 7 at the home
I of her parents in Gladewater, wee
I named honoree at e miscellaneous
— For Victory: Buy
the maximum amount of publicity
ever given, before or since, to a
same name, new>paptr woman.
Wednesday afternoon from the Dr. I. Q., in the person of Mrs.
home of the president, Mrs. ^red penix, presented a question and
T. Arnold. Thu unusual brpad- prorrmm that was both
cast was under the direction of instructive and highly amusing,
being based on women of the press
not before mentioned. Assisting
“Allan C. Anthony" P«,nix were
Mrs. C.,P. Gregory and Mrs. M.
Any erroneous reflection upon the character of any person or firm
appearing in theae columns will be gladly and promptly corrected upon
oeing brought to the attention of the management. ^
AD Cards of Thanks, Obituaries, and like notices are charged for at
half the regular rates.
The liability of The'Graham Daily Reporter and of its publishers far
any error in any advertisement la limited .to the coat
of such adevrtisemenL
1 Month ..........,............................. .35
b Months '.. r-=-»—^ ........, - .................$1.75
1 Veer ........ ...
Mrs. S. A. Penix and three assist-
ants, Mmes. W. E. Simpson, Fur-
man Christopher, and H. R.
A clever “Information Please" Boyd treet, who carried portable
program was conducted by Mrs. microphones among the audience
Simpson as ’ the well-known Clif- imitating the real 1. Q. assistants
ton Fadiman who conducts the very realistically. Special praise
original program. The four ex- was given Mrs. C. A. Russell for
pert*, Mmes. H. E. Griffin, C. A. three correct pronunciations of the
Russell, C. F. Marshall and Fred | word “columnist” and to Mrs. Phil
'• a mold, all past presidents of Luker for successfully unsefamb-
the club, assumed respectively the, ling names of four columns and
piiao..tuKies or John Kieran, Os-1 their authors. Highly amusing
were short transcriptions injected
shower March 6 when Mrs. Minnie
L. Babb and Mrs. Carl Thompson
entertained at the home of the
former. Mr. and Mrs. Burch nre
making their home on the Fort
A red and white decorative
theme was used throughout the
party rooms. „ The refreshment
table, which was covered with a
handmade lace cloth, was centered
with a white bride’s cakt. Prim-
roses and cyclamen attractively
arranged in the reception rooms
lent n festive air to the occasion.
Games of bingo were enjoyed
during the afternoon after which
the hostesses presented their gifts,
a clothesline of her-handled kitch-
en utensils. An assortment of
other gifts was also presented to
Favors were small handmade,
We grind it
car Levant, John Erskine and
Franklin P. Adams. Questions re-1 into the program by Mrs. E. M. m, handl*d rollin* Pl“ which
garding the four Dorothys of
newspaper fame and Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt, in her . capacity as col-
umnist were answered brilliantly
by the experts who were finally
stumped by a catch question.
mi pegs 1
to say that those
who did attend the meeting are
better Americans for so doing
and that they realize now more
than ever the imperative neces-
sity of unity and action NOW
along all fronts. This was the
third talk Mr. Williams has made
in Graham and his reception this
year was one of friendship and
enthusiasm. He left this morn-
ing for Fort Worth where he takes
s plane for El Paso, making a
speech there tonight, and from
there he goes to New York state
for an address Sunday.
At the close of the evening, the
entire audience stood for minutes
in line to express their apprecia-
tion to the speaker for the fine
work he is doing, and to wish him
success and power in his talks
throughout the country. The vis-
iting soldiers were also given
thanks and' appreciation for their
part on the program.
Little Miss Marquetta Goode is
confined to the home of her par-
ents, because of measles and
Mrs. Lyle Skinner of Waco is
visiting relatives here.
Following “Information Please,”
“Elmer Scott” Cloughley inter-
viewed the most spectacular wom-
an columnist in the world, Lou-
ella Parsons, very snappily im-
personated by Mrs. Otha Tiner. A
second interview conducted by
Mrs. Cloughley was with the pic-
turesque owner and publisher of
the Washington Times and The
Herald, Eleanor Patterson, sym-
pathetically ' enacted by Mrs. E.
Remington and Mrs. John Luton
whose lovely voice sang moat con-
vincingly in praise of Clove and
Dentyne chtwing gum.
A set of musical chidiem oper-
Joseph Pulitzer, philanthropic
nounced the radio hour, while hand
wrought brass bells from Java,
belonging to Dr. Paul Greer, iden-
tified C.L.S.C. as a glorified rival
After the program a dainty tea
plate was served to the following
members: Mmes. Fred T. Arnold,
H. E. Griffin, C. A. Russell, C. F.
Marshall, Furman Christopher,
Milton Snoddy, S. B. Harbiaon,
C. P. Gregory, M. Boyd Street,
P. K. Deats, H. R. Cloughley,
Otha Jiner, John Luton, El M.
nounced the name of* the couple
and their wedding date.
Cake and ice cream were served
to Mmes. W. F. Jones, Brogden,
Than McCracken, L. Gibson, Eu-
gene Burch, Tom Burch, T. U.
Wignall, Gene Wignall, Wes Me-
Baby FOOD, Clapp’s 3 for 17c
GRAPE JUICE quart 19c
OLEOMARGARINE »>. 15c
ter study of the first spectacular
newspaper woman, Nelly Bly, re-
Mr. and Mrs. James Leak^of ^ jating ^her adventures, among
Palacios visited relatives -id which were a balloon trip, an ad-
friends here Thursday. | venture in a diving bell and a
early day publisher, enacted byj Remington, S. A. Penix, W. E.
Mrs. Furman Christopher, pre-j Simpson, E. W. Robitaille and
sented a most interesting charac-1 Miss Louise Crow, also guests In-
cluding Mmes. S. Boyd Street,
George T. Spears, G. R. Lay and
OF TIRE BALANCE AND WHEEL ALIGNMENT
WE HAVE INSTALLED A
Bear Frame and Axle Machine
—-in our mech&nicaf department, which will check
wheel alignment three ways; automatically balance
wheels, and will straighten frames and axles on all
model cars and trucks to one and one-half tons.
CONSERVE YOON TIRES
In this time of rubber shortage, wheel alignment
and balance will stop tire wear in spots and will even
the wear over the entire tire, saving as much as 50%
in rubber wear. ~—- -
GET PERFECT ALIGNMENT
The huge hydraulic jacks will . give pressure of
from 12 to 24 tons, and is arrangecLin such a manner
as to straighten any frame or axle, regardless o£
If you have not had your wheels checked and bal-
anced, here is an opportunity for this FREE GUAR-
ANTEED SERVICE. Tires are vital—take care of
Shamrock Motor Co-
NORTH ELM STREET
Crccken, Fitzgerald, W. L. Jama-
gin, Ted. Clark, Harry Nrwton and
J. V. Young and the hostesses.
Gifts were sent by the following
who were unable to attend: Mmes.
Winnie Curlin, W. C, McCombs.
Nan Bush, J. L. Clark, Gibbs and
Barnett and Misses Mary Clark j
and Irene Jordan.
Salad Dressing, Keepwell, qt. .29c
TAMALES, Gebhardt’s 2 for 25c
Macaroni, Skjqnflr!*-—-2 lb. pkg. 25c
PEAS, Western Gold, No. 2 can 10c
Black Eye PEAS, 3 for 23c
Showing of 58 new Coats and
Saits, Fridsy snd Sstardsy. DI-
VINE DRESS SHOP. L30;K167-81 the selection of the Queen will be
Graham Girl Is
DENTON, March 10.—One hun-
dred of Texas State College for
Women’s most charming students
will preside over the activities of
Self-Development Week and the
Redbud Festival. Princesses, in-
cluding Miss Jean Remington of
Graham, will be presented at the
Redbud Coronation March 21, when
Truth Seekers Quilt
For Orphan's Home
at Monday Meeting
The regular monthly meeting of
the Truth Seekers Class of the
Sunday School of the First Bap-
tist Church was held Wednesday
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.
M. Remington, Miss Remington is
a sphomore student majoring in
afternoon in the church annex.
At the close of the devotional
and the business session ionduct-
e(J by Mrs. W„ H. Reaves, the aft-
ernoon was spent in quilting for
the Buckner’s Orphans Home.
About nineteen members an-
swered roll call.
HI IB. IUHI CM
SPUDS, Red. 10 lb*. 25c
CABBAGE . PER POUND lc
TOMATOES firm Florida lb. 10c
LEMONS, Sunkut dozen 15c
Visit our Market. See
our Display of 4H club
Show Beef, THE
Full Cream CHEESE . pound 27c
No. 1 Dry Salt JOWLS pound 12c
Small tender PORK CHOPS, lb. 29c
Sugar Cured BACON Squares, lb. 19c
TRY OUR GUARANTEED MEATS
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT.
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iit—containing .even safe ingredients
a saarcfre.h reddened deli-
abreact malting from colds.
to sooth# and
doe« work, late boon, moriti, wind,
glare, dust. Free dropper with each
bottle. At ell Drag Stores.
Directora of Funerals
Hammond Pipe Organ
Air Cooled Chapel
Phone 600 Collect
HOME OFFICE OF
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qn.lcly .laps interne Itching. 35c trial bottle
srove.lt, orjiur money back. Aekjrout
aqbxt today far D. O. e.
tUt Hr StMletr Rrtmimt CSt>— final
Are you tired of adding oil
so often between drains?
Then try Sinclair Opaline or
Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor
Oil. They last so long they
save you money.
Do you know why Sinclair
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because Sinclair takes an im-
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And that step is taking out
wax and petroleum jelly,
which are non-lubricating
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3 TRAVIS COLE, Agent
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Luker, Phil E. The Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 168, Ed. 1 Friday, March 13, 1942, newspaper, March 13, 1942; Graham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth888153/m1/3/: accessed March 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.