The Bonham Daily Favorite from Bonham, Texas on August 10, 1961 · Page 12
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•ONHAM DAILY FAVORITE — Bonham, Tei»«. TWid.y, Aug. 10. \Ht Ptg* 4 IN THE COUNTY AGENTS OFFICE Wayne Cranfill OMutjr Farm Afrat Boll weevil* and boll worm? are. 25 per cent or ti the friain subject of conversation punctures, be, n with cotton farmer* now days or more applica The infestation of weevils are spot-1 ted over the county, where early insects control program has been followed and also a late season program in most cases the insect« are under control. A number of farmers earned out an early in-j •ect program for the first time this year but have failed to con- i Irol late season insects and in most cases that is where a lot of th< damage is occuring. It is just as important to control boll wee-! ils and boll worms as it is early iteason insects To determine how to take a count for boll weevils.' examine cotton every few days. puH 100 squares, at least one-third j term nah grown, at random, removing Apply Dunn malathion, fhrr»r» HI ivs ed. Apply în nine dusi at 5- king ten COURTHOUSE NEWS !Mrs. Dulaney Goes >f ti boll worms, ex- ÉÉBta (upper M plant' of 100 cotton plants and 100 consecutive squares and bolls at each of several points in the field Begin treatment when boll worm eggs and four or five young worms are found per 100 5 per cent of the « and bolls have ima! squ. few squares at several representa- been injured by sm.worm five places in the field. If 15 to I Apply 10 to 15 pounds per SIXTH DISTRICT COURT A. M. Harrison. Judge Civil Case«: Roy Brookins vs Gaitha Brook ;ns Glass, plaintiff to pay bad child support. Mary Fuller vs. R J. Fuller Jr., divorce granted, custody o minor children to plaintiff, de fendant to pay child support. COi VTY COURT ( hoiee Moore, Judge Criminal Cases: The State of Texas vs. t.eroi Chaffin, 3 cases, plea of guilty to theft, given 60 days and costs in each case, of Texas vs. Porter fin, plea of guilty to s in jail and costs. | of Texas vs Tommy ;rv, r . wJToSylmar, Calif. by Mrs. B. F. Butts The Daily lavorile Correspondent ECTOR (Spi.) — Mrs. H. G. Dulaney is in Sylmar, Calif., visiting her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Irving. She was Joined in Dallas Sunday by makes application her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ray Dulan- Thr Stat Verm'll Ch theft. 15 d The Sta Allen, piei days in ja The Stat lor. plea < of unstarr fine and c The Stat plea of gu toxicating fine and costs. The State of Texas Hamilton, plea of guilt porting intoxicating liq and costs, of Texas vs. 1 1 guilty to p >ed illicit iiqu its. of Texas ty to tri iquor in < Ti AMERICAN NOW THRU SATURDAY ! Tay- esston $100 Kpnt. tr. Apt area. $250 fine and The State of T< SoJomm. Charge, defrauding with a worthless check. Civil Cases: C. W. Sangster vs. The Department of Public Safety of the State of Texas, its authorized officers and agents, injunction. Probale I ourt: Doris Hat to close estate of Ruth Ellen !v' Peters, NCM. Final account filed. I Will of Ruby May Young, de- j ceased, admitted to probate a Charles FIs e Young appointed in- u dependent executor without bond I R M McCleary. B B Gregory! and Roy Shelton appointed ap-!0 p-.i srrs I ■ Olna Haynes makes application D to probate will of W. F. Haynes.! o deceased. Ola Mae McFatridge makes ap- j d plication for appointment of ap w praisers in estate of Carl W. Me- Fatridge. deceased. Order filed ap-j N pointing Dick Saunders. John Ar- |< ledge and Roby Windham ap t ■Lunch With Prospect . Restrictions Will Have Little Effect On Most Salesmen □range and they left Love | Dallas, by plane, and Mrs. R W Moore hav :’ir guests their daughter and sons. Mrs. Kenneth Thomas, and Dale, from Dallas. •kend guests of Mr. anr Mrs. Witherspoon were their .»on laughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. d Barratt and son, Timothy, and Mrs. Dan DeKonte and iters of Fort Worth spent the nd in the home of her par- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ely. and Suz/anne stayed for a r visit with their grandpar- NFW YORK (UPD—Proposed government restrictions on spending would not really have much effect on that business institution, I lunch with a prospect, a national I sales magazine reported today. I The American Salesman, maga- I zine published in New York, sent questionnaire to members of le national salesmen's panel, sking their opinion on business itertainment and possible WEEK-END SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY one group SPORT SHIRTS Vi PRICE Will of J. Rogers Rainey, Sr., deceased, admitted to probate. Bob Ramey and J. Rogers \ Jr., named independent ors Claude Hodge, Roy and Howard Smith appomt- F. Butts Lee. Mr? Anni Rain mr R0BUR THE CONQUEROR ...THE FABULOUS ADVENTURES OF THE MAN WHO CONQUERED THE EARTH TO SAVE IT I JULES VERNE'S M astee or the W orld .MagnaCoior AN AMERICAN INTERNATIONA«. PlCtURl nr* Wi ELIZABETH TAYLOR S Great Romantic Film aA Place in Hie Sun* FRIDAY and SATURDAY NITES LAST NITE 2 FEATURES They Buté to UNE to» hátéim JOMA«« ton C omment «no« multimi BW Bu. 2 FEATURES acre at 5-dav ntervali sprays at 5-day intervals. j li Remember your timing of yt sprayings is the important fac in controlling cotton insects Texas Mc<*t Production Up Red meat production in Tei during June was 114 9 mill pounds according to the Tex Crop and Livestock Reporting S I vice. This was two per cenf I production a year ago. Re production the first six mn I this year has been above I earlier every’ month. Total J tion so far is 610 6 million — 6 per cent above the sar iod a year ago. Cattle killed during Ju I creased 10 per cent from May to 141 000 head Calf slaughter at 70.* 500 head was 2 per cent above last month but was 10 per cent I below a year earlier. Hog kill was also down from | last month by 12 per cent to 124,* ! 000 head and down from a year I ago by 7 per cent. Sheep and i lamb kill at IS*.000 head was 27 • per cent below last month. Heavier cattle and calves were I slaughtered thi» month than a j year ago. Hags averaged 229, B pounds per head. Sheep and lambs I su averaged B7 pounds per head ind n C «I fi of Mr. and Mr * his nephew J( e and son, Davit Calif. H. T. Batsetll ai Di 'd in raisement «tí»»* of d d; W Hi innual report ape of Dortha Fae I Pr, d U! The answers indicated that for all the recent hullabaloo about limits on entertainment, nearly nine-tenths of the companies whose men replied have not changed their practices—and would not have to. Few Have Cocktail Also, that more than half of the salesmen who entertain at a midday meal hold their time to an hour or less, nearly half of them do not have a cocktail—and nearly two-thirds keep the total check under $5. One member of the panel in his reply ascribed the causes for criticism of the business lunch ; salesman Irvin*’ to ped-not t< die t n Marriage Licenses Issued: 1 Glyn Weldon Brown and Joan rJ Yvonne Bolin- isoer Wright and Mrs! Willan hTof li ma Ta Arthur Ì B rown oauc* Dougli J< ie Prie * ™ ' ' I Oscar ( de- bi ira Lui Mr. and Mi rt. D -1 \ f dv Bush recc Mr« P ml 1 Cl IVI mtly. F-I*m ¿▼I 1 51* r dUi home from a I it ITT h« r daughter, Mr; Mr McAleerand Here from Rosi Mr. and ^^rs. Har daughter. Harbara Mr*. E. E.T par Ohm» Mrs. E. B. Fk>m m w] imer, but en the b nt. Marcie E. Bryant to Martha Dollarhide. 160 ac. Jno. Sexton survey B and 66 50 acres John McMay sur- ha vey. tt Griffin Dollarhide. Jr.. et ux. to ei Marcie E Bryant. 2*5 acres U. D B Pace survey. 95 acres U. D Pace. j 97 acres O, P. Harrison survey. ; ai L. H Howell, et ux. to Ed How si ell, interest in 18 acres James H u Walters survey. J M Joe A- Leslie, et al to Opal; c len. et ux, pt. Jno. McCarty i a Salesm; vrong with nt at tl level. It when top Gregarious Lot talesmen genera d tl iut the home of Mi MARTIN WIST CAPot rHtlSTEfcSW Unde To Get Bill JEFFERSON SC. (UPI) Farmer CH Hicks said Tuesday I some of the soldiers engaged in the exercise Swift Strike maneuvers were seen loading a helicopter with watermelons filched from his 25-acre patch. He said he’ll file a claim with Uncle Sam. 5ft v-o\ îNlii * * ' »rt Get a HOT, HOT New Car Trade in August! Yes Sir! Our Trades Are As Hot As the Weather! HERE IS OUR SELECTION! All New and FREE LUBRICATION for Two Years! ★ 3—Chevrolet Bel Air 4-Dr. Sedans V/8. Al! are well-equipped. ★ 1—Chevrolet Bel Air 4-Dr. Sedan 6 With Powerqlide and Other Equipment. ★ 1—Chevrolet Bel Air 4-Dr. Sedan 6 With Overdrive and Other Equipment. # # ★ 1—Nomad Station Wagon V/8 Lots of Equipment. ★ 1—Chevrolet Impala 4-Door Sedan V/8 Lots of Equipment. ★ 1—Chevrolet Biscayne 4-Door Sedan 6-Cylinder ★ 2—LaSabre Buick 4-Door Power and Air. Prices Are LOW! Clean Trade-Ins Are HIGH! Don't Miss Out On This Sale! WILSON CHEVROLET - BUICK CO. 301 Chestnut Street Phone JU 3-2154 Harold Skaggs, trustee to Vet ans* Land Board of the State of i Texas. SO.148 acres Charles Carson i survey. Mary A. Shive to Willie L ] Shive Coltjrer, et al. interest in 46 acres W. Beaty and W. McCarty | surveys. Marion L. Watson, et al to Loyd Anderson. 24*4 acres William McCullough survey. Lillie Wright, to Amey Wright, pt blk. 20. Fairview addition. Bon-1 ham. J. Frank Wright, et al to Leon 1 Harper, et ux, pt. blk. 5. O. M. I Kennedy addition. Bonham. Gene Young, et ux. to l ewis Bates, et ux, pt. Jas. Peters sur. Joseph Y. Reed to D. E Shelton. et ux. lot 2 Reed addition. Honev Grove. Walter A. Shreffler. et ux to i E. C. Fogle, interest in 90 1-3 ac j Thomas Toby survey. Edgar Sowels, et ux. to Dr. Paul E. Geers. 49 7 acres George Damron. 24.75 acres W H. Pulliam, and 15 acres Thomas William I Ward surveys. L. W Frazier, Jr.. et ux to Pat Bowen, et ux. lot 2. blk. 1 Kelly addition Bonham. J. G. Crutcher to Myrtie Lou C. Hunt, et al. out of NW part blk. 1 Hays addition. Bonham. Disarmament Talks May be Resumed in U. S. During Fall WASHINGTON (UPI) — The United States and Russia are expected to resume preliminary disarmament negotiations Sept. 5, probably in New York, officials said today. The Kennedy administration also was reported giving “serious consideration” to sending negotiator Arthur H. Dean back to Gt»- neva in a few weeks for another try at budging the stalled nuclear test ban talks. The New York talks would be between White House disarmament adviser John J. McCloy and Russia’s Valerian A. Zorin who met in Washington in June and in Moscow in July. Officials said the Sept. 5 date had been generally approved by both sides and lacked only final confirmation. The MrCloy-Zorin discussions were designed to fix the time, place, participants and procedure for resumed East-West talks between a group of nations of general disarmament. The last general disarmament ta'ks, between five Western and five Communist nations, broke up in June, I960, when the Communists walked out. The separate nuclear test ban talks have been going on since October, 1958, between the United States, Russia and Britain. Last June when it appeared the talks were deadlocked, the President recalled Dean and left his deputy, Charles Stelle, in charge in Geneva. Recent guests i and Mrs. Wes Ferguson were her sisters and other relatives. They were Mrs Maude Cox of Houston; Mrs Carl Lynch of Fairfield. Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Doc Harp and daughter; Miss Velma Whitten of Bagwell; Mr. and Mrs. J V. Gilliland, Mrs. Norma Joe Lerette and Terry of Gainesville and Mr, and Mrs. Durwtiod Moore, Gary and Vicky, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Willette, all from Sherman. ¡man t( en- STRAW HATS Entire stock of dres< & western hats includod. % PRICE iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii AND Friday & Saturday Only DOUBLE S&H GREEN STAMPS with all Dress Pants ■•■IMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIIIIIIII ODDS & ENDS LADIES’ ALL-WOOL SPORTSWEAR Jacket — Grey plaid, size 20. Reg. $17.95 — S10.95 Skirts — Light brown, size 14. Fire red, size 12 & 20. Navy blue, size 12. Medium brown, size I 2 & 14. Medium green, size 14. Reg. $14.95 — $8.95 Slacks — Grey flannel, size 12. Brown flannel, size 14. Reg. $ I 6.95 — 59.95 Cardigan Sweaters — Fire red, size 38 & 40. Medium brown, size 40. Dark brown, size 38. Ripe olive, size 38. Reg. $9.95 & $10.95 — 55.95 We Are Open Friday Niqht Until 7 P.M. For Your Convenience >unt! food W Y unch UPI) ELIZABETH. N.J. (UPI) homas Betts & Co.. makei East Side On The Saubre Telephone JU 3-3415 WE STILL NEED MONEY! The First Few Days of Our Sale Were Good and We Appreciate Your Response! We Still Have Thousands of Sales Items Left For You! Everything Is Sacrificed! Save Up To 75c On the D ollar! $1.19 (100 to Bottle) ANACIN TABLETS 894 Mens and Ladies' Watch Bands Values up to $5.95 88c to $1.88 98c MOSTlKTABUtS 694 Still Hundreds to Choose From EARRINGS & SETS Values to $4.98 AS LOW AS 59c to $1.88 Get Results F-a-s-t. Try a Favorite Classified Ad today. Reg. $1.25 COPPERTONF 894 Reg. 98c 200 Count Notebook Paper.... .......49c Reg. 75c (3-Tablets) Big Chief Tablets.... ....3 for 49c Still Some Left —Req. $3.95 Alarm Clock..............SI .98 Values to $8.95 — Entire Stock Sunglasses.........Start at 59c 1000 Saccharin Tablets..... ....79c Reg. $4.98 Heating Pad ......... ... $2.98 59c (IOC Tablets) ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN .... 394 Still a Few! Req. $7.50 Travel Irons.......... ...$3.69 Reg. $2.00 Toni Permanent....... .. $1.49 ALL BIBLES REDUCED! Still a Few! $3.00 Value! Pepper Mill & Salt Set — ...$1.00 You Could Still Win a Diamond! Lucky Grab Boxes...... Values $2.00 to S50.00 $1.00 It Is Impossible to List All Our Values in This Ad. Please Come in and Browse Around. You Can Save Up to 75c on the $1.00! PEELER DRUG W. T. MAY •— West Side Square — GLADYS MAY

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