Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 308, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 26, 1941 Page: 3 of 4
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A great deal of discussion is in
progress over morale of the soldier
trainees, a discussion which we think
largely grew out of the debate in
congress over extension of the serv-
—Bat we are rather of the opinion
that there is better morale among
the trainees than among the civilian
population, the latter not yet having
realised that war m<ans sacrifice on
the part of others as well as the men
on the battle field.- and mainly all
of it coming from a feeling that there
was not going to be any shooting
war, and therefore no need for war-
time preparation or sacrifice.-
And yet one could not read that
agreed statement issued by President
Roosevelt and Prime Minister
Churchill for co-operation and war
and peace aims without believing that
meeting on the high seas had drawn
u» very close to war entrance.
No matt* what
tar what you’ve
for unsightly sui
os sad similar sli
•kin irritations. •
Bessie leeks mighty pretty Is
her mum evening dress. Ma says
•he’s makia’ cotton pickers oats
the whele stag liee. *
Stomach ar il
It la hardly likely that Diamond Jim
Bradv mould have eaten so worm
clously If ho suffered after-eatliw
pains. Sufferers who have to pay
the penalty of stomach or ul«r
M yean ooutinuoua sucoeasl Let
Tmaa'm 10 different marvelously effec-
tive inpedlmts help YOUR stda.
, by oxcess
. box of Udga
help or money
Sundays. 10:15 a.m.,
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were no nearer war than formerly.
Lat'r he gave out an ’interview quot-
ing Abraham Lincoln ax saying the (
northern people at that time had not
yet realized we were in war, stating
the situation presented by Lincoln?
iand the present were analogous. The j
statement was issued iff an attempt
to spur citizenship to a greater real-1
ixation of our present danger.
Eithef America is fating entrance-
into World War No. 2 or it is not.
ami the full measure of both soldier
and citizenship willingness to sacri-
fice ia not going to be received until
there is a realization that only an j
early end of the conflict in Europe I
can prevent us from actually begin-
ning to shoot.
It needs to be r railed that the. gist
ft] the Roosevelt-Churchi!) agreement
was that there can he no world peace
until there is victory of the demo-
cratic rather- than the Nazi theory
of life.— Hillsboro Mirror.
STARS ON PARADE
By TONI RiVNPTT
SANDWICHES - HATES TO
DIET-IS VERV HAPPILY
OF HIMSELF HE SAYS
OQOUJACV CrVXt "
ALWAYS WANTED TO
PLAN THE PIANO,BUT
OFF SCREEN HE
DIGNIFIED AMD SOFT
SPOKEN AMD A
KEEN STUDENT OF
A*FINO'OF THE. FAMOUS
MA* REINHARDT-SHE HA5
MOPE. TUAN JUSTIFIED HIS
JUDGEMENT OF HER ACTING
ABILITY—SHE DID A FINE.
AN ORIENTAL IN'THE
<5000 EARTH*. LA RAVtER,
FOR THE SAKS OF MER MIX
WHEN SHE WORE ATKjHT
FITTING RUBBER MASK
THAT PULLED SUEPUdSHON
TO HER CHECK BOSCS AMD
PRESTO LUfflE BECAME AS
ORIENTAL Aft YOUR LAUMBEf-
MAN'S MISSUS/ she bam
ACADEMY AWARD WMNER!
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Trout, H. I. Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 308, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 26, 1941, newspaper, August 26, 1941; Graham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth888290/m1/3/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.