Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 284, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 29, 1941 Page: 2 of 4
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jjj ^ rJt« lillP «>»—»• flavor
# Vdmta spreads like but-
ter... slices when chilled...
melts and toasts to perfection.
Delicious! Contains milk pro-
tein. milk minerals, vitamin
A and vitamin G.
Corner Texas and Gloria Streets
Preaching By Dr. S. C. Guthrie
GOOD GOSPEL SINGING
Services at 8 o’clock Each Evening
Starting July 30, 1941
Come Early And Join In The Song Service.
TUmDAY, JULY M. INI
a small h>r on
den being held in place by a leather |
strap that paasea around the fore-
head. Even little children have min-
iature loads. An old man with some
fruit trudges by on his way to mar-
ket. There are little towns every
few miles on the mountain slope and
you think of life being lived with
such a hamlet as the center and with
many perhaps never venturing more
than 25 miles away.
And ao late in the afternoon into
Valles to spend the night.
SAVE GARDEN 81
The immortal Joseph Weldon I
| Bailey once declared that the great-'
See the happy moron;
He doesn’t give a d-.
I wish I were a moron;
Good Lord, perhaps I am!
COLLEGE STATION. — Appoint-
iest blessing that the Lord had be-
stowed upon Texas was in putting' uooa Lora, pernaps i am: I Station about September 1
Oklahoma between this State and . . appointed to fill the vacancy created
Kansas. Nimilarly, it could be said Ag excit*nK • moving picture by tj,e resignation in April of Mrs.
that another great blessing ia that wa* tb* recent whievement of Madie Dan j Dudley of Edna, formerly Mi**
Texas ia next to Mexico, that incom- Gr^nock- Texas-bred filly owned by Nora aien Elliott,
parable, year-’round vacation land— Go’' ®' Ggor** °* Pre>*‘ • During the summer Miss Phipps is
because it is necessary for the host d‘‘nt of fhe Thoroughbred Horse As- taking advanced work in foods and
i of tourists from all parts of the of Texas. Madie Greenock j nutrjtion at the University of Iowa
I United States en route to Mexico to wa* longest shot in the Starlet -n ^„,eg
I COLLEG ESTATION, July 25-
Garden seed may be scarce next yeaa
no J. F. Rosl>orough, Extension Sere
ice horticulturist, advises Texas farm
families to pick out some of Ikak
best fruits and vegetables and aade.
the seed. He particularly ruci ■
ment of H»»el Phipps, Hockley mends saving the seed of beans, okn.
county home demonstration agent cucumbers, tomatoes, cantaloupe*
since 1937, as specialist in food pre- watermelons, pumpkins, cushawa, aa*
paration for the A. and M. College sweet corn.
Extension Service, has been an- Here is the specialist's adviac: An-
nounced by Extension Director H. H. *r the seed have been extracted tnm
Williamson. the pod or rind, wash thoroughly sad
Miss Phipps will assume her new spread out to dry. Store in cottoa
duties with headquarters at College cloth sacks or in containers that a5
She was taw *'r to penetrate. Keep the seed
in a cool, dark place.
pass through Texas, leaving
wake a trail of gold which
all lines of Texas business.
*’ -____ .i______«. -r---- i_.___,l.i. Stakes at Hollywood Park, but fin-
ished in a dead heat with another 2-1
year-old, and they shared the purse.
! each receiving $6,000. There were
.. , . .T*““ “ret fortun'i^4 in the race and because the W,|t ^ her B g ,
long days of travel
A native of Wilbarger county, the
new extension specialist attended the
Texas State College for Women and
North Texas State Teachers College |
. , ... to reach Mexico er «*..rr n»u College, Lubbock, in 1936. For two
but can climb on a train or a bus or filly’s regular exercise boy, Pete Mar-, „• ph:
g*t aboard, the family automobile tines. Colonel George’s filly paid
land, in a few hours, be south of $45.60 on a $2 win ticket. She is
! the Rio Grande. j the daughter of George’s famed Gree-
Your columnist n just back from nock and That’s Mine, by Phalaros.
| such a trip. (It was the second visitj -
to the Southern Republic, the other.
was a teacher in
a Wilbarger county rural school and
later she taught home economics at'
Tahoka before becoming a county *
home demonstration agent.
Two men were talking.
One was- a
•r Wear Pains?
It la hardly Ukaty that Diamond Jim
Bradx could hava eaten so vora-
ciously If he suffered after-eating
pains. Sufferers who Yiave to pay
the penalty of stomach or ulcer
pains. Indigestion, gas pains, heart-
burn, burning sensation, bloat and
other conditions caused by excess
acid should try a 25c box of Udga
Tablets. They must help or money
of relief from
tern Us Arthri-
Your Druggist Has SULPWO-KAW
come relief hi
to Sulphur de-
daily coot. Mon-
eyoeck if do
relief after 90
being two years ago by rail!. The J Primitive Baptist. The
adventure begins- when you cross the “Your church doesn’t have many
International Bridge at Nuevo La- members.’’ To which the first one
redo after having filled out a travel-1 replied, “No; we turn our members
era* card for each member of the out for lying and your church would-1
party above 16- and leaving arranged n’t have many members, either, if j
(for a nominal amount! a bond that you did that.”
you will bring your car back. Inspec- -
tion of baggage is quickly and polite-1
ly done and you soon find yourself
rolling through a wild, but interest- j
ir>g, landscape on the world’s longest1
straightaway—45 miles. Every so
often you cross a bridge over some j
i creek—each has a name, as Arroyo (
1 of Death or Arroyo of Hot Eye, a (
name that no doubt stands for a story. |
You swing across the slants of.
1 Mamalique Pass, a fine piece of en-'
I gim t ring, and arrive in Monterrey, I
, H5 miles south of the border, a city j
1 of industry and modernity, at the I
| foot of famous Packsaddle Mountain.,
W’e drove around much of the city,*
, admiring the beautiful homes, fronts
flush with the sidewalk—fronts that
(38 to 52 Years Old)
TfcteUdue to mottos npartttnc their or-
„ - towvul uom Rueomroeuded
^gfor adults and children when
traveling by »», train bur
| mot or or air. Write for WiPw
HaiMtpr CO lid
■ Nr..-. '
490 Lafayette Bt
are dyed rich green or deep purpoe or |
intense scarlet; the shops full of sil-,
•THE CHEESE FR0D THAT’S DIGESTIBLE AS MILK ITSELF ,
. j ver, tapestry and basketry, and the
cathedral with its bells.____i_i—I
After a night at the Hotel Ancirra, I
i the journey is resumed. Mile after j
mile at changing scenes unreel; with .
luncheon at the white, new Cerro •
Gordo Hotel in Victoria. As you!
. glide along, you see a mother ’walk- ,
• ing through the bright sunlight, her I
, shawl extended to shield two small
, children as well as herself; a pro-
cession of pilgrims, all in white, head-
i ed by men transporting two church
bells suspended from poles; babies
;carrkd on the backs of mothers; a
i man (stowaway, perhaps) hanging
from the back end of a bus; men,
each carrying a machete, .the knife
, that is almost long enough for a
! sword snd ir used to chop one’s way
through the jungle; and cornfields
high up on the mountain side and to
the very tops, at unbelievable angles.
Women, with carriage as erect as
a Casa Manana show girl, are car-
rying pots on their heads, hands at!
their side, and they turn their heads 1
to look at the passing car. Men are
bearing heavy loads of wood or even
Are you going thru these
“trying years"? Are you
blue, cranky. NERVOUS, suffer hot
Bashes, weakness, dizziness, and
distress of Irregular periods—caused
by this -period la a woman’s qis?
Take famous Lydia K. Plnkbam’s
Vegetable Compound. For over 80
years Plnkbam’s Compound has
helped hundreds at thousands of
grateful women to help calm un-
strung nerves and to lessen annoy-
ing distress due to this functional
Lydia Plnkbam’s Compound Is one
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IT PAYS TO ADVKRT18B
GOT A DATE?.
Don’t neglect your Breath
TIME FOR REPAIRS!
And modarn-mathod ihos
sarvica makts it worth
whilo. Because tho now
solos aro important, wo
uso specially tan nod
Restoring now-shoo •
appoaranco as much a»i
_ possible is our aim.
N. E. Cor. Square Graham
You Like To LOSE
15 lbs. off FAT?
If you’ve sot s date with the girl friend, at
a business appointment, play smart and taka
tbs proper precaution to see that your breath
doesn’t offend unnecessarily. After all. noth-
ing ia ao inexcusable and ao offensive aa a
neglected ease of halitosis (bad breath>■ Be-
fore your next date or business appointment,
rinse the mouth with Listerine Antiseptic.
Almost immediately your breath becomes
sweeter, purer, less likely to offend. Most
cases of halitosis, say sense authorities, are
due to the fermentation of tiny food particles
hi the mouth, although some eases may be
due to systemic disorders. Against the fer-
wondrrs because it first halts the fermenta-
tion and then overcomes the odors it aaesss.
Don’t forget to use it. It’s the Brat old of
thousands of popular and successful people.
•r# JfoAo Yowl
How woul 1 you like to#«afely lose
some of that ugly fat ilk a few-weeks
ould , ___________
ble chin, bulging stomach, and hifw
AND along with it regain your na-
tural charm and attractiveness.
Weigh yourself today. Get a bottle A
Kruse hen Salto (a famous English
fast take one half tea-
of water—eat wisely—cl
butter, cream and rich paatriea—go
shite bread and potatoes.
without risky drugs or inconvenience?
How would you like to lose
Then tram morning beferc break
ball tea*.poonful in s glam
of water—eat wisely—cut out fatty I
weigh yourself apis
just see if you haven t lost pound- of
fat and gained that "Kraschen-.E
After 4 i
proved health tkat
reduction. 0 - ■ - V
Itruil imitations: Drmaad
ret only the genuine Kruscheo (the fam^m
English formula) plain at mew efferveaceng
pleasant, sparkling. Bottle lasts
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Trout, H. I. Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 284, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 29, 1941, newspaper, July 29, 1941; Graham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth888240/m1/2/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.