The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 66, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 22, 1942 Page: 4 of 8
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The Graham Leader, Thursday, January 22, 1942
Sat. Nit* Prevue. Jan. 24.
•an, Mon. Jan. 29, 24
Madeline Carroll, Stirling Hayden,
Flora Hobaon. Lee G. Carroll.
Mary Anderson, Cecil KeUawiT
A dramatic thunderbolt. ... The
story of a bewildered man and
sophisticated girl on a lonely
Tuee, Wed. Jan. 27, 28
Dennis O’Keefe, Jane Wyatt.
Phillip Heed, Edward Everett
Horton. Zasu Pitts, Frankly u
“WEEKEND FOR THREE”
Jast a nice, quiet week-end for
three that turned into a riot,
with the laiMbs coming thick and
Thurs.-Frl* Jan. 29, JO
Ray Bolger, Anne Shirley, Desi
Arani June Havoc, Jack Durant,
- FriU Field.
“FOUR JACKS AND A JILL”
Fanciful, . auspenseiul, comic ia j
this siyrjf in which he dances
himself into romance.
Sat. Only, Jan. 31.
Tim Holt, Ray Whitley, Lee
White, Frances Neat. Karl
Hackett bhh Glenn Strange
“COME ON DANGER”
A rip-roaring, thrlU-iadeu action
story of 'Texas Hangers and the
demise of wrongdoers.
Mrs. Clarence Simmons, the
former Miss Mary Murphy, was
honored at a wedding shower giv-
en at the home of Mrs. Floyd
Woods, Thursday afternoon. Jan-
Refreshments were served to
Mmes. Stanley Sims, Raymond
Terrell, Orlan Crabb, Wayne Baltic
win, Ernest Allen, Hobart Loftin,
C. C. Williams, Keltic Woods,
Kenneth Sparks. Dora Crabb, W.
J. Murphy, Hughie Downey, the
co-hostesses, Mrs. Floyd Woods
and Mrs. Bessie Sims, and the
The P.-T.A. sponsored a social
Friday night, January' 17, at the
THD Agent Gives
Hints On Budgeting
“Trying to hanuie lue food bud-
get economically—and yet give
the family the kind of meals they
enjoy and the food they should
have for their physical needs—is
a very interesting game. And 1
don't know of anything that brings
more satisfaction to a woman,”
says Mrs. Ollyne Jeffries, county
home demonstration agent, who
also says that ‘‘While budgeting
is very much dependent upon per-,
sonal preference and situations,
there are certain general rules
that it will pay everyone to keep
Are your “Pet Economies” ex-
travagant or real? For example:
1. Do you “economize” by buy-
ing a large quantity of one food
and then serving it so often that
your family demands more expen-
sive foods by way of reaction?
2. Do you “economize” by buy-
ing a cheap cut of meat and then
add quantities of butter and voge-
tables and use lots of fuel, work
and time to make it palatable?
3. Do you “economize” by using
less eggs and milk than the
amounts advised by nutrition au-
thorities and then consult a doc-
tor to find out why your children
A Few Real Economies
1. A ten-cent rubber scraper
will save dollars’ worth of food.
Use it to scrape butter off butter
plates, gravy off meat platters,
batter out of mixing bowls, etc.
2. If milk or cream begins to
Souris soon as it is well thick-
ened use it in making pancakes,
waffles, doughnuts, gingerbread,
spice cake, muffins, etc.
3. When you empty ft
bottle, rinse out the cream that
clings - to the bottle with milk—
then pour it into the milk Iwttle.
4. When you empty a milk bot-
tle. rinse out the milk that clings
to the battle with water—and use
it for cooking (in gravy, soup,
cake batter, etc.).
5. Use left-over egg yolks in
yeast rolls, plain cookies, etc.—
using 2 egg yolks plus 1 table-
spoon milk in place of’ 1 egg. Or
add egg yolks to whole eggs when
fixing scrambled eggs, etc. Or use
them in custards, salad dressing.
- i delicious "gold” cakes and muf-
I crowd was present, crpam P*e*> using 2 egg
inclqdeng dominoes | y°lks for ' whole Or
^enjoyed by every
bolls ...were.served, to .
Mrs. Bell Martin of Ft. Worth
has been visiting with her aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Casey cele-
brated their golden wedding an-
niversary Sunday, Jan 18, at their
home with their children, grand-
children and a host of friends,
including Mr. Keen of Ft. Worth
and R. V. Tidwell of Graham.
Miss Louise Baldwin, who is
attending college at Decatur, has
been home recovering from a se-
— V Mrs. Geraldine Swaim is con-
to hej home because of the
How^rj Gene Ligon, Bobbie Joe
6. Use left-over egg whites fdr
angel foods, white butter cakes,
meringue toppings for pit’s, me-
ringue shells, cooked white icings,
CARD OF THANKS
May we express our sincere ap-
preciation for the kindness and
sympathy shown us by our friends
and relatives during the sickness
and death of our wife and mother.
—Tom Hill and family. 23pd
9c and 20c
9c and 26c
Arc Your Beet
ran, Juanita Warren, George War-
ren, Jr., lnel Choate, Charles
Braddock, Mary Ella Braddock,
Marion Braddock, Kathleen Ad-
kina, George Wilcox. Dale Walk-
er, Dorothy Burgees, Joyce
Wright, Robert McCluskey, Jr„
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, M.
The President sends him on s mission of danger and adventure—
to do a Job no other man could do
Bill (Wild Bill Hlckok) Elliott and Dub Taylor
------------------- —IN—---------------------------------V- • -
"THE SON OF DAVY CROCKETT”
GRIB MEREDITH—PLUS Chapter No. 5 —
“Riders of Dssth Vsllsy”_“When Knights Wore Bold’
Play Bingo Saturday Night...it's fun and profitable.
Saturday Night Prevue, Also Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Jan. 26-24-27
What la this weird creature that 4urka in the night to prey on help-
iessr victims? Prowling . . , killing . . . terrUying a countryside.
Is HE Man or Unholy Beast? See for yourself in 1943 s first big
Thriller from Universal—Makers of “Frankenstein.”
Claude Rains, Warren William, Ralph Bellamy, Bela Lugosi and ths
son of the Master of Horror, Lon Chaney, Jr* as
“THE WOLF MAN"
WEDNESDAY gnd THURSDAY, JAN. 27-28
The picture everybody wanted. It starts with action and ends with
action. The story of the oil fields in the early days of “Booms.”
Clark Gable, Spencer Tracy, Claudette Colbert, Frank Morgan
Hedy La.Marr. Lionel Atwill, Menna Gombell, Sarah Haden . . a
mighty cast In a mighty epic of a day you can remember. Burk-
burnett as It was when a life and a dollar were worthless.
PLUS “Dick Tracy vs. Crime, Inc.” No. 3—Universal News.
Presented in Studio
Piano students of the Crenshaw
Studio were presented in a studio
recitsl iFriday night. Guests were
parents of students.
Poise and training were display-
ed by the following students who
appeared on the program: Dennis
Newton, Barbara Frances McFar-
lane, Bobbie Clark, Ruth Brazeel,
Virginia Barrow, Peggie Conklin,
Floise Moss, Pinkney Varble,
Frances James. Anna V. Moren.
Anna Louise Bates and Nannette
and Our Enemies.
Benediction, Mrs. Clark Harrell.
Judy Colwell was honored on
her fifth birthday with a party
at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Colwell at 410
Pecan street, last Friday, Jan. 16,
at two-thirty o'clock. The "don-
key party” game w6s played with
several prizes being won, after
which cake and ice cream was
Favors were given to each of
the following little guests: Betty
Sue Beach, Harriett Baker, Jim-
mie Lee Archie, Michael and San-
dra MeFaden, Guy Gibbs, Jr., L.
F. Bowers, Jr.. Chsrlotte. Buddy
and Dickey Hoffman, Marjorie
and Harry Weldon, Alice Ann Col-
well, Clifford Lyons and Shirley
Bennett. Those who sent gifts
were Don Brooks, Lewis Wayne
Robinson, Frank Talley, Jr., and
lovely gifts from her grandpar-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Talley.
Bat. Prevue, Sun., Mon* Tues.
Jan 24, 26, 24, 27
TYRONE POWER, BETTY GRABLE. JOHN BUTTON
A YANK IN THE R. A. P.
The thrilling and romantic story about Britain’s flying flgbteaa!
The aerial battles are authentic, and were filmed over Germany,
France and England with the full cooperation of the British Air
of the fire was unknown. It took! Ministry? A picture as big as its title!
a number of men quite a while to
Attend ji MevU I Virginia McCluskey, Martha Mc-
Cluskey, Lois Foley and Monroe
Gann. * ' ,
An oil rig burned down last Sun-
day on the Seaboard Oil lease. Mr.
Kerr, the pumper, said the cause
bring fire under control, as the
wind was so high and the waste
pits were close to the burning
Jean HD Club
D. A. Adam, county agent, and
Mrs. Ollyne Jeffries, county home
demonstration agent, spoke at the
all-day meeting of the Jean Home
Demonstration Club January 19 at
the Jean school.
Mr. Adam discussed the feeding
and marketing of poultry and
poultry products, the culling of
new national Theatre
Wed* Thurt* Jan. 28. 29
DON AMECHE, JOA8 BENNETT,
t McDowell, John Loder, Raymond Walborn
CON FIRM OR DENY
Now comes the untold story of the unsung heroes whoto rwve bUts
and blackout to report history's mightiest drama! Benaattoanl!
Uncenaored! It’s man’s most stirring adventure!
Frl. and 8at* Jan. 30, 31.
JANE WITHER8, JANE DARWELL
Bruce Edwards, Coblna Wright, Jr„ Jack 8e«r|
SMALL TOWN DEB
Jane’s at the swoose age. ...swing on her mind! ...
her heart!.... and braces on her teeth!... It’s a dllly)
session full of fun! '__
land, county superintendent of
• Attending the meeting were
Mrs. Ethel Bebout
Will Teach In
Fabins High School
Mrs. Ethel Bebout has accepted
CanBjngtiam and Pate Sims en-i a position in the Fabins High
rolled, ^ the Graham High School , School. She will leave Friday for
Barnes Sinex of Fort Worth is a
truest in the home of his aunt.
Mrs. H. L. Boase.
Fabins and will begin her work
Mrs. Bebout is the sister of Rex
Cornish and Mrs. Sam S. Bates of
AMBASSADORS FOR JESUS
Prior to his recent (hath, Rev. T. R. Paden wrote the following
poem which he wished to have some day set to music. His friends have
asked The Leader to publish it.
Saved by grace—O wondrous story—
Saved to serve our blessed Lord;
Safe are we for heav’nly glory,
Now proclaim His holy Word.
Wie are ambassadors for Jesus,
His grace and His peace we share;
We are embassadors for Jesus,
His gospel of peace we bear.
Since sweet peace is now our portion,
In our hearts a joy divine.
Tell to others this salvation—
I? Now is their convenient time.
S. of C. S. Meets '
itril'H. L. Jamison had charge
of the program, with "Love” as
Opening songs were: "Love
Lifted Me” and “He Keeps On
Loving Us Still.”
Prayer, Mrs. Steed. ^ ' *
The following discussions were
given: Prophecies of the Suffer-'
ings of Jesus for the Salvation of
Man—Mrs. Clark Harrell.
Christian Lovi—Mrs. W. E. Mc-
Love in Action—Mrs. Glen
Prayer led by Mrs. J. R. jHol-
The Baptist W. M. U. met at
the church Monday for the month-
The meeting was opened with
the hymn, “Blest Be the Tie,” fol-
lowed by a prayer by Mrs. Craw-
ford. Mrs. Mosely had charge
of the business session followed
by the devotional by Mrs. Robert
McCluskey after which Mrs. Lind-
say led in prayer.
A social hour followed at which
time gifts from the members were
presented to Mrs. Ratcliff who is
leaving. Mrs. Lindsay and Mrs.
Crawford served refreshments to
the following membeers: Mmes.
Easterly, Mosely, Ratcliff, Oswalt,
Wilcox, Kerr, Bohn, Miller and
McCluskey. The meeting was
dismissed with prayer by Mrs,
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Choate spent !
Mopday in Ranger.
Mrs. Otis Mos'ely and son, Otis 1
Gene, visited in Minfral Wells last*
M rs. Robert Oswalt visited her
brother, Arthur O’Neal, in Brown-
wood last week.
j Mr. and Mrs,. Dud Ford of .Qra-
l ham visited Mrs. Sam Easterly
1 last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oswalt vis-
ited in Brownwood last Friday.
Billy Crawford, who has been
ill with the flu all week, is able
to attend school this week.
Our postmistress announces that
she now has the stamps for your
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Harolson and
children of Bellflower, California,
are visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sid Copeland.
Mrs. Clyde McDonald and son,
Danny, of Lovington, New Mexi-
co. are visiting relatives here.
J. C. Weldon made a trip to
Murray last Sunday to see about
his farm there.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Choate spent
Sunday in Ranger visiting Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilcox and
son, Mike, of Electra spent last
weik end with Mr. and Mrs. Jpe
Mr. and Mrs. George Adkins en-
tertained last FYiday night with
a birthday party for their son,
After several interesting games,
refreshments were served to the
Mmes. Mont Hamm, Wayne Bald-
pOultry and poultry diseases. Mrs. win. Edgfj Simmons, E. M. Robin-
Jeffries emphasized the import-1 ionf Stanley Sims, Grady Hayes,
ance of green feed for poultry forJx R Williams, R. L. Lindley, and
Vitamin A in eggs in her talk on Henderson; Miss Mandy Rob-
poultry products and the national'
Lunch was served at noon, and
the picture, "The Making of Amer-
ican Homes,” was shown through
the courtesy of Miss Fannie Rag- Buy Defense Bonde and Stampa
inaon, H. M. Orr, Cleve Baldwin,
Travis Cole, Dale Martin and Mr.
and Mrs. Irvin Senkle.
Mrs. E. L. Baldwin has returned
from a visit in Mineral Wells. She
was accompanied home by her
daughter, Mrs. Chester Golden.
SANSOM INFANT ILL
OF 8PINAL MENINGITIS ^
The four-months old son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Sansom la reperted ^ || ^
to be seriously ill of spinal menin-
gitis. The baby is st the home of
his parents on Carolina street.
HUY SAVING BONDS
Mrs. Jamison presented the
closing topic, Loving our Friends | following guests: Noma Jo__War
New Parte for Old
If God’s word to yon be given.
Word of peace for you to tell.
Bear the news of peace from heaven,
Warning of the doom of hell.
If the joy of God’s salvation i
Fills your soul with a new
Sing it out to all citation—
To all men a glad, sweet sonr.
If God fills your life with sunshine.
His rich grace bestows on you.
Let other* lire in that sunshine,
For His grace’s for others too.
—T. R. Paden
Based on Paul's words; "We,art ambassadors, therefore on behalf
ef Christ."—ft Car. 5:*>).
Meting the parte aseded ea Ms eld tractor which wffl he aa
pradgee Mm foods radar tba Farm Dates* Program la
IONA FLOUR I
Corn Flakes |Jc
12 lbs 24 lbs 48 lbe 1
8 oz. package. . J
45c 83c $1.55
Bran flakes | Ac
15 oz. package . I”
HOME QUEEN |
Wheat Flakes Ac
8 oz. poclcage. . v ,
IAST SIDE OF SQUARE
FLOUR $| .45 I
48 lb tack. . . * ''I
Fre»h Fruit and Vegetable*
COLORADO NO. T WHITE
BANANAS, »> ---5c
CABBAGE 3 ...
Iona 1 Lb. Pc
PORK & BEANS Can 3
FLOOR WAX 29”
LIQUID, PINT can.....25c
CONDOR, 1 lb. can .
FOLGER’S, 1 lb. can
1 *■ •
If r BAKING 9C
A L POWDER43
DOG FOOD 2
PEACHES 2 1
A. - P. 6 box carton.....29c
TOMATO Q 10 oz.
0LE0 2 LBS.
CRACKERS 2 L
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CRYSTAL WHITE, 4 brt 16c
JERGEN’S, 4 bars.....
LUX or CAMAY 3 ban
3 large or 6
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14 Ounce Package......10c
FINE QUALITY MEATS
BACON ^ 35c
7 STEAK ib. 25
PORK ROAST „ 2!
JOWLS ^ £h 13*
CHIU Brick lb. 25*
[PORK BRAINS a5
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