The Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 85, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 9, 1941 Page: 4 of 4
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FOB SALE OR TRADE—Ney,
modern 6-room house at 906 E.
Second. Also (or sale 40 pounds
extra Urge soft-shelled pecans at
20c per pound. Miss Janie Staf-
ford, 706 E. Third. Cell 461. 79tfc
Mrs. John Hays
Hostess to WC
Circle Two Monday
, The Woman’s Council Circle Two
of the First Christian Church met
Monday afternoon at the home of
I Mrs. Jno. A. Hays.
The opening hymn, “I Need
Thee Every Hour,” was followed
by the reading and discussion of
lOSrd Psalm by Mrs. Hays and a
prayer led by Mrs. J. B. Fore.
The afternoon was spent in
knitting and discussing future
work and Christmas plsns, includ-
ing the Christmas party which will
be held the evening of December
16 at the home of Mrs. T. W.
Christie, 1112 Plum street.
Coffee and cookies were served
to Mmes. Elms Moore, J. B. Fore,
H. M. Tebay, J. S Clay, a guest,
| and the hostess.
FOR 8ALB OR TRADE for
small farm, preferably in Wichita
county—A 6-room modern house
and three connecting lots. See
Mrs. Bertha Taylor, 781 Grove St,
Graham. ], R-82-6; L-lTpd
FOR RENT—5-room furnished
house with hath, sleeping porch,
garage, meter deposits up. $26
per month. Phone 32. 69tfn
WANTED — By experienced
farmer and stockman, job on ranch
or farm. Have small family.
Phone 142. R 86; L-17pd
LOST—Ladies small brown xip-
per puree; return to Reporter of-
fice for reward. 86
FOR SALE—Boys bicycle, near-
ly new; reasonable. See O. J
Weber at Brownbilt Shoe Store.
FOR RENT—Furnished up-
stairs apt; modern; Frigidaire.
Blake Allison, 981 Virginia. 88-6
FOR RENT—Apartment; furn-
nished or unfurnished; modern;
close in. Call 265. 86-9c
Clean cotton rags wanted at
The Reporter Office , .
ATTEMPT MADE TO BOMB
SAN FRANCISCO LAST NIGHT
SAN FRANCISCO, Dm. 8.—Ad
apparent attempt by Japanese
warplanes to bomb the San Fran-
cisco Bay area was reported to-
night hy Brig. Gen. William Ord
Ryan of .the fourth interceptor
command, who said a large num-
ber of unidentified aircraft were
turned back at the Golden Gate.
He said the invading planes van-
ished to the southwest over the
sea, after searchlights at the Pre-
sidio of San Francisco were turned
on and other measures taken to
thwart an attack. Ryan did not
disclose the nature of these meas-
The general’s statement came
after three hours of uncertainty
in which San Francisco was par-
tially blacked out.
It was the city’s first attempt
to black out for air raid protec-
Circle Meets At
Pat Bryan Home
The Pat Bryan home, 1209
Fourth street, was the scene of
the meeting of the Blanche Grove
Circle of the Women’s Missionary
Union of the First Baptist Church
tional on the twenty-third Psalm,
and Mrs. Lillie Calvin led the
The concluding chapter of the
book, "Around the World In Louis-
iana,” was ably presented by Mrs.
Ji T. Rickman, mission study
teacher, who has taught, in an
instructive manner, the entire
book for the Circle. Mrs. Rick-
man led the closing prayer.
Refreshments were served to
Mmes. Jake Schlittler, Ida Kil-
patrick, N. 8. Fanner, Carl Har-
grave, Dan Orr, Florence Graham,
Lillie Calvin. A. J. Cantwell* J. T.
Rickman, Miss Nell Prideaux and
The President's address tonight
will be broadcast to our patrons.
TODAY — LAST TIME 1
You’ll ball oat of yoar ssatl Roar
into the batty-epbere with this
Star-studded Mtyfal of Sanity
to Mrs. G. E. McHugh, chairman I rellt Tonk Valley.
Circle Three, by Mrs. Loren! -
Mrs. Clyde- Turney visited Mr.
Games were enjoyed under the [ Turney in Fort Worth Sunday.
Mrs. Bryan conducted the devo-
IfGIVE EfOA APPLIANCES} 1
WC Circle Three
Heart Mrs. Sutton's
Bible Lesson Monday
Mrs. J. Edd Martin was hostess
to Circle Three of the Woman’s
Council of the First Christian
Church Monday afternoon at her
' Miss Leon McCracken had as
her guests today her mother, Mrs.
M. P. McCracken, her sister, Mrs.
Roy Roach, both of Olnay, and
Mrs. H. C. Tinnen of Dallas.
Frank McKee, 1018 Seeoad 1
N. F. Womack, 414 8oath
C. L. Baker, 814 First St
A T. Youk, 1006 4th 8t
Carl Lankford, SOB Seems
W. M. Sowers Jr., Fisa
Tenn. _ '_____S
WASHINGTON, Dec. 8.—A
home, 705, Plum street.
state of war all but lifts the limit
of presidential powers.
Statutes which operate in such
periods authorise the president to
take over transportation systems,
industrial plants, radio stations
power facilities and ships, and
place some controls on communi-
Many of these powers have been
available to the president under
his emergney proclamations and
as commander in chief of the
One highly placed administra-
tion legal adviser says that in
wartime the government has the
power "to take what it needs to
meet the emergency.” ,
Mrs. F. A. Mann, Circle chair-
man^ presided over the business
sdhsion which followed the opening
hymn, “Take My Life and Let It
Be,” and a prayer led by Mrs. W.
F. Johnson. Mrs. Gibb Brown,
treasurer, gave a financial report,
and Mrs. R. L. Schlittler was ap-
pointed to arrange flowers for the
church Sunday, December 19.
Choosing as her subject "Es-
ther,” Mrs. S. S. Sutton presented
the Bible lesson, giving a brief
history of the book and, in well
chosen words, telling the story of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Quanah were the goer
and Mrs. Joe Smith Sun
For Year 'Round Comfort
For The Whole Family
Mr. and Mrs. E. 8. Gra
spent the week end with I
son, Edwin, and family in. 1
Gas appliances like these are gifts of comfort' and
convenience that will continue to bring pleasure
long after (he tinsel and holly of Christmas
have been forgotten. They are gifts for the
home that pay dividends in better living to the
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the life of Esther,
prayer, a special petition for the
church and the nation during the
present crisis, was led by Mrs. T.
Assisted by Mrs. J. T. King, the
hostess served a refreshment
plate to Mmes. T. C. Butler, F. A.
Mann, S. 8. Sutton, Gibbs Brown,
Roper & Universal Ga» f$r
»w speed and ease In meal preparation for
other and better-tasting meals for all—that’s
hat It means to own a new Roper or Universal
la Range. It's a gift for the home that will
,ve time, food, fuel and money for yean to
W. F. Johnson, Charles Gibson
Ed Rehders, T.E. Wheeler and Em-
mett Billings and
Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Craig of
Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Lynn Craig of Waxahachie were
the Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Craig.
Trsdo-in Allowance—16 Months t« Pay
Senator Moffett .
Asks Defense Aid
State Senator George Moffett of
Chillicothe, called upon all Texans
Monday to assist in the discovery
of any subversive or un-American
activities. Moffett urged the Tex-
ans to report suspicious facts and
activities to the state highway pa-
Hera la a gift she’ll open 846 days a year—
a gift that prevents food spoilage and cuts
the coet of refrigeration to an all-time low.
The only mechanical refrigerator with no
moving parts in Its freeling system. It will
atm be serving you quiedy, economically
and efficiently on Christmas Day, 1961.
The senator’s statement is as
"The entry of our country into
war makes it necessary that every
precaution be taken against sub-
versive and un-American activi-
ties,” said Senator Moffett. "How-
ever, up to this time, Texas has
been comparatively free from
these activities, but K is reason-
able to expect something of this
nature in the future. When an In-
dividual citisen gains knowledge
of such activities, it is desirable
that he report same to a qualified
public official without undue pub-
licity. Thus the real un-American
activities can better be traced
down and if the suspected activi-
ties prove not to be vs-American,
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Luker, Phil E. The Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 85, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 9, 1941, newspaper, December 9, 1941; Graham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth888268/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.