Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 249, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 18, 1941 Page: 2 of 4
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Estate of Richard E.
Minor. No. 1648.
In the County Court of Young Coun-
To All Persona Interested in the Es-
tate of Richard E. Eddleman:
You are hereby notified that I
have on this the 17th day of June,
1841, filed with the County Judge
of Young county, Texas, an applica-
tion for authority to make to F’Ji.E.
Oil Company and Fleming-Kimbell
Corporation, as lessees, an oil and
gas mineral lease of the interest of
said minor in said mineral belonging'
to said ward in and under the fol-
lowing described land located in
Young County, Texas, to-wit:
All of T. E. & L. Company Survey
No. 746, Abstract No. 751, and con-
taining 320 acres, more or less, same
being an undivided l-36th interest in
and to said mineral in and under said
That said application will be heard
by the County Judge of Young Coun-
ty *in the County Courtroom in the
Courthouse in Graham, Texas, on th-
30th day of June A. D. 1941.
A. B. EDDLEMAN,
Guardian of the Estate of Richard
E. Eddleman, a Minor. . 248c
Estate of Josh Clifton, No. 1677.
Sallie Clifton, Guardian.
In the County Court oT Yhung Coun-
To All Persons Interested in Said
You rti ■ hereby notified that I
have on the 14th day of June, UM1,
filed my application in the 'County
Court of Young County, Texas, a
guardian of the person and estate of
Josh Clifton, a person of unsound
mind, asking permission to make t
an oil and gas lea^e on all of the T> E
& L. Company Survey No. 351, Ab-
stract No. 598, in Young County,
Texas, except the North 160 aci^ek
thereof, to Roy C. Ling and Prank L.
Dowell, and the County Judge of
Young County, Texas, has itet the
24th day of June, 1941, at the Court
House of the City of Graham, at
Ten o’clock A. M.. as the time and
place for the hearing of such appli-
Ih testimony whereof, witness my
hartd this 14th day of June, 1941.
Guardian of the person and estate
of Josh Clifton, a person of un-
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Will Be Broadcast
At 8 Over WRR-KFJZ
Spotting the titleholder, Joe Louis,
about 226 pounds, little Billy Conn,
the Pittsburgh light-heavyweight
king who has risen overnight to fist-
dom’s heights, will make life bid to-
night for the most coveted of all fis-
tic crowns, the heavyweight cham-
pionship of the world.
Most experts favor Louis on a
knockout, and the battle may prove a are
"dud” with. Conn clutching the canvas
iu the first round, or it may develop
into an electrifying classic like the
historic Dempsey-Firpo brawl staged
in 1923 in the same Polo Grounds
where the championship fight tonight
will be unreeled at 8 o’clock.
Mutual - broadcasting company will
carry the bout, and may be picked
np in the vicinity of" Graham over,
KFJZ. Ft. Worth, oT WRR, Dallas,
promptly at 8 o’clock. _________J,_____
Held for Pioneer
Funeral services were held this
afternoon in the Cedar community
fpr MTS- L. Ev Garin, 72, pioneer resi-
dent of Young county, who died at
her home in South Bend at 7 o’clock
Mr. and Mr.. C. D. Hinaon.Jr.ml , njJlt (oU,wi„t ,xtCTd-
• S*"*™ ■'Ubb^klcd Hints,. She h.d bee„ confined
the guests Of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs, G. D. Hinson. _ . „ _ .
Of my Salary Should I In-
vest in a Home of my Own?
Yau Can Own This Sweet Little Home by Paying Only
|3I> Per Month. Including Interest, Taxes and Insurance
THE ANSWER (For the Average Family) IS—
If you tarn $1,200 a Year . b
If You tarn $1,600 a Year ....'.
If You Earn $1,800 a Year
H You Earn 82,000 a’Year ►. ..
If You Earn $2,$00 a Year
*24 * Month
*30 * Month
*36 • Month
You Can Not Afford To Wait tot, Lumber
la daink ibSi Higher, Too
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For Additions. Repairs and Alterations, Alaa for New Qatage
ar Other Outhouses. Lain arranged an first visit.
army. Eighty-two out of 100 young
nien who have entered this state-wide
resident center in the past months
have secured positions as civilian avi-
ation mechanics at the field upon
completion of the work experience
r.rogram. ( x
Any youth who is out of school and
unemployed between the ages of 16
and 24, inclusive, is eligible for this
type of employment, NYA officials
revealed. Applications may be placed
in the court house between 1:00 and
3:0t) p. m. each Tuesday.
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to her bed for two weeks.
Interment was iiv the Cedar vein
etrry. ■■ * * I
Born in Mississippi Mrs. (jann, the
former Miss Laura Etta Hunt, came
to Young county in 1881 settling
with her family in Cedar community,
where she had lived until three yearn
ago. Alter marrying Mr. Gann, the
couple engaged in farming and ranch-
ing. He preceded her in death tiiii
teen years. She was a lifetime
member of the Christian church.
Survivors include six sous: Smith,
; bf-trth iHmdt John, Pickwick; Melvin,
Pickwick; Wilburn, EUasville; Ern-
I. oat, South Bend; and Rily, Loving;
two daughters, Miss Emma Gann,
. Ivan; and Mias Lilly Gann, Gra-
i ham; three sistus,, Mrs. Mattie Wea-
I ley, Graham;.Mrs. Allha Burson, Al-
Hutchisom Kansas; one brother, Jim
‘ Hunt, -Breckenridge; -thirty-five
grandchildren. eleven great-grand-
children, and numerous nieces and
Harold W. Joyce
Is Selected to
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Harold W. Joyce, Grnham, wai one
of four younr ipen stleeted frdm
'NYA Area No. 3, which i he hides
Young county, to receive six months’
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j. Southraat Corner Of Square
Phone 94 - Night Phone 756J3 and 244
Road Service If Necessary
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Trout, H. I. Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 249, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 18, 1941, newspaper, June 18, 1941; Graham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth888182/m1/2/: accessed December 10, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.