The Mexia Weekly Herald from Mexia, Texas on February 19, 1948 · Page 14
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The Mexia Weekly Herald from Mexia, Texas · Page 14

Mexia, Texas
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Thursday, February 19, 1948
Page 14
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Tne MexiB Uaily Hews, Mex.ia, Texas, Wednesday, f efi. 18, 1948—8 i '"Taint So!' Soil Conservation Notes C. A. Nussbaum, District Cooperator with the Limestone- Falls Soil Conservation District, whose farm is in the J. N. Conservation Group five miles northeast of Frosa has cleared fifteen acres of pasture land. Clearing Helen Oliver INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 293 FIRE . . . AUTO TORNADO is but one of the many coordinated conservation practice.- Mr. j Nussbsum is applying in developing a good pasture. Belvin Lowry, District Cooperator in the Upper Jacks Con- 1 fcrvation Group, has constructor i one farm pond and is constructing another. The ponds were located at different locations to provide an oven distribution of waler in older fe prevent livestock from , having to travel too great a distance. Richard O. Luede, District Cooperator in the Grady School Conservation Group who lives j .seven miles northeast of Marlin, j seeded Austrian Winter Peas on j his faim last fall. The peas are withstanding the cold weather Don't Throw It Away Yes, folks, we can now straighten yo-ir wheels rn our new Bear Wheel Straightener. This will save you over one-half the price of a new wheel. Our repair service is second to none. We repair any and all makes of cars. We have well trained and seasoned mechanics, such as Bill Fisher, Grover Murphey, Troy East and Fred H. Marberry. Our paint shop is said to be the best equipped in Mexia, with its dust proof paint room and Ram's Head air hammer, plus William Stafford and Bill Estus, our expert pajnt and sheet metal mechanics. Come To See Us—Yflur Satisfaction Is Our Guarantee Fred Marberry "Your Dodge & Plymouth Dealer" Palestine and McKinney Phone 299 8: I Red Cross (Continued Irom page 1) migrants, and local emergencies. DeGuire said thai in case of a major disaster there would be unlimited funds available- from the : Notion;.! R<L-d Cross. However the ; .-p«/kf-r fli'l state that thr- prosc-nt plan for forming a local disastr-r committee will prove to arivrm- ta«e if a catastrophe should strike ; our area. The Red Cross Chair- : man said that such a committee ; v.-uuld be in charge, but he point- j ed out that outsiders would take over the control of administering 1 relief if such a local group hud not ! he-en previously organized. He : ,-ifldc/I that the local poopk- v.-ouid ' naturally Vx; able to take bottoi I I 't. 't I. I I i Robert F. Boylan, chairman of the board o£ the New York Stock Exchange, denies he said the current down-trend in the food market would last about two years. The United Press reporter who attributed the prediction to EoyJan insists liial his report of Boylan's press conference was accurate. : and making a yood growth at the i present time. | Tci race lines have been run for ! construction on Mrs. Ada Lowe's I farm in the Elm Rirlyo Conserva• lion Group three miles east of ; Mart. Dies Sn Plane Crash SAN ANTONIO. Feb. 18 (UP) — Pfc. Jerry La mar Smith, 19. of South Bend. Irid.. today was. identified as the pilot who was killed when a two-seater training plane crashed and burned in the lev;-' count. •>'. 1U miles north of San Antonio, last night. NEW ENGINEERING LABORATORY carries on work vita! to Lone Star Natural Gas Customers Scenes in the new Engineering Development Laboratory where field samples and data are analyzed. LONE STAR FOLKS ARE Intensified research is being carried on . in new Lone Star Engineering Development Laboratory, Dallas, pictured above. Lone Star's production, research and transmission engineers together with chemists, laboratory technicians and geologists are making a long range study of natural gas production, transmission and distribution facilities serving you. Five specialized "labs" and a large technical library aid them in their work. Laboratory technicians in five smaller field laboratories also work with the Engineering Development Laboratory staff. . care of sucn a situation. An e.-recutive corr.rninee v,-=s : appointed from the policy board : to study a policy for th= di?bur?e- : ment of local funds. They -.vere ', asked by P.ev. DeGuire to report : back to the group on Friday. '' March ">. with plan? for the formulation of a ----I policy for u:>, future. Mr-n-.lK'.-> of the f-v..rvrt;v.-- asv: Mrs. Li! O,x. V. G R,,berts. Carl X»l-s. On'' ;.\Vom.:;ck. all of Mr-xia. Mr-. \Y;,1- ; ter Sparks. Judgf Clar-nce Fer! guson. and Dr. J. B. Rigss of I Groesbeck. i Other member? of the Policy ; Board in attendance were: Dr. '.'.'. L. Carrin-ton. Ed Prather. and Chr.sli" Ingram of Mexia: and Mi-? M-'iVf- Bi idaes, and Boijisy f Groesbeck. .Corpus Ex-Moyor's iSon Indicted ''"-" ^ i ' HOUSTON. Tex.. Feb. 18 (UP) j—Henry R. Jr.. 29-year-old i sou of a former mayor of Corpus s Christi. today was indicted by | the Ha:ris C'ounty Grand Jury on -. ri-.r.rsc- of assaiilt to murder. Giles ••";.- accused of shooting ?,;!;:•• <!•''•• X.-lnn. 25. last All". '-G. Th«.< :.l!.-pxl shooting t.-ok place in the San Jacinto Hi,ti-l brfuiv Gilts' (•strangt.-d wife and Mrs. •Fiiirc-nce Elizabeth Math is. Ne- ! Ion's fiance. South American Way - FORT WORTH, Tex., Feb. 18 | (UP)—Passengers of Trans-Texas Airways will know they are in the west—even above the clouds. The airline soon will outfit its 20 hostesses with sombreros, western-style vests and other ap- 1 with a frontier flavor. HOME LAUNDRY Wet W=ish, Rough Dry or Finished Pickup and Delivery 717 E. Liberty. Ph. 241J i Enraged housewives in the silver ' mining center of Cerro De Pasco stoned and beat a government official to death yesterday during a protest demonstration against food shor'ages and high prices, the govr-rnment snicl todr.y. \ BROWN—CARRINGTON—SMITH CLINIC MARION M. BROWN, M.D., Surgery—Consultations WM. LYTLE CARRINGTON, M.D., General Practice G. CON SMITH, M.D., General Prac* ; eo . . . Another Example A major portion of the staff's time is spent in natural gas processing plants, compressor stations, gas fields and along cross-country pipelines obtaining data which is later analyzed at the laboratory. Valuable information necessary for exacting decisions on projects in Lone Star's current five-year. S40.000.000 expansion program is being obtained from reports made by the Engineering Development Laboratory staff. Thus, this Laboratory and Staff are playing a vital, behind-the-scenes role in a S40.000.000 expansion program designed to keep Lone Star Natural Gas Service ahead of increasing needs of 333 communities we serve. LONE STAR GAS COMPANY ! This Over NGS Sporting Goods "Fish ore Biting/' says "Rip" McKenzie "LET'S GO" Minnow Seines 1.10 P. & K. Whirlaway Casting Bait 85c Trot Line Cord 1.98 Kerosene Lantern 1.25 Canvas Minnow Sack 6.45 Folding Aim. Frog Gig 4.49 Gallon Thermos Jug $100 Outboard Motor, 31/2 hp 84.95 4.49 21/2 Gallon Gas Can 2.98 25c 59c 99c 59c 4.95 2.65 20% on all Casting Lores Box, any size, Shotgun Shells with the purchase of 4 boxes. 5 Boxes the price of 4 in Pear! Shooter $^8 3-Wfieel Scooter 29c ATTENTION HOUSEWIVES 16.95 Betty Crocker Cooker 11.95 SaveSJ For The Car 30 Percent Discouni On SEAT COVERS 1 Free Installation 7Qc Spark Plugs... 39c 1.98 Kitchen Knives 3.4 Atom. Coffee Maker ..2.89 25 Percent Discount On PAINT-GelH Now and Save fs Ail Colors @ House Paint © Enamel 15.95 Exchange 9.95 Any Size Used TRACTOR TIRE Used Passenger Tires 2.CO Used Passenger Tubes 1,00 2 Gallon Can of MOTOR OJL $t = OCI FREE WASH BOARD with purchase ol No. 2 Wash Tub Used Battery Radio Unheard of Prices on TIRES-TUBES Passenger Truck Tractor Don't Trade Until You Get Our Prices . MUD TIRES 450x21 550x18 475x19 550x17 • 650x16 Easy Terms ^iietian Bilnds Did You Know That You Can Have Blinds in Your Home Cheaper Than old Time Shades. We can make immediate deliver^ on ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR and GAS SERVEL REFRIGERATORS WASHING MACHINES Thousands of Other Items ON SALE NOW MEXIA HOME & AUTO SUPPLY OZZIE EDWARDS, Owner "Your Local Firestone Dealer" 209 East Commerce Street

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