Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on December 3, 1967 · Page 10
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Dedication Dates Reset on Academy Dedication of the Douglas Mac- lipines in 19-i4. * Arthur Academy of Freedom at "The date Oct. 20 has a special Howard Payne College has been meaning to thousands of people Set fof Oct. 19-20, 1968. after ' who served under Gen. Mac- 1 action taken here Saturday by Arthur," said Gen. Chase, who. led the First Cavalry Division directors of the Academy. " Previous plans had called for! ashore in Leyte Gulf jusi prior : .the dedication on July 3-4. but to MacArlhur's return. i 'those were changed after Maj. , Gen. Chase will serve on a i den, William C. Chase of Hous- 1 committee headed by Richard toft Who served under the late I Harvey, Tyler industrialist, ! •Cteti. MacArthuf. suggested that ' which will plan the dedication! ithi* dedication be set to coin- i celebration. Also on the commit* j dide With the anniversary of i lee will be Bill Jamar of Brown- ' MacArthur's return to the Phil- 1 wood, Tom Joseph of Round j • - ...... — — | Rock, Mrs. Dallas Sherman of I New York, and W. S. (Bill) I Heatley, of Paducah. HPC Vice ! President A. C. Garvin will work with the committee. In other action Saturdav, the Civilization in the Academy. The i work will be done bv Charles Seagraves Stops Sudan in Class A LUBBOCK, Tex. (AP) - A'direcbrs^voled'TogoaheadVith rkey third - quarter pass inter- the painting of a mural on three ception by James Mahler ignited walls of the Hall of Christian the undefeated Seagraves Eagles to a 14-0 victory over Sudan Sat- ., ;urday night in Class A quarter- 1 Schweitzer, "a Charlotte, "N\ C." •finals of high school football. t Economics, Nursing Classes Will Begin J Classes in nursing and home ''economics will be taught Monday at 7 p.m. in the Cordell .Community Center, 505 Cordeli ;;St.. according to A. E. Lamb, •^assistant director of Central liTexas Opportunities Inc. i 1 All residents in the Cordell |St. area are invited to enroll <and participate in these classes, "according to Lamb. tnuralisl, who has done research on the mural for over a year. Work will start shortly and Board President Othal Brand of McAllen said it is expected to take a minimum of two years to complete. Both Gen. Chase and Heatly are new board members who were attending their first meeting. Heatley is a state representative and is chairman of the appropriations committee of the House. Gen. Chase has retired from the Army and lives in Houston. Watch for the Opening , f **• •Xf I I •4. Antique Owned and Operated by , La Veda and. Lynn Brocksch 1605 Vincent WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENING IN THE VERY NEAR FUTURE. ft. Worth Hwy. Ph. 643-6426 DIA SEMINAR SPEAKERS — More fhah 100 students representing 20 high schools heard Robert H. Lawrence, Dallas, left, executive director and secretary for the Texas Bureau for Economic Understanding, and Richard Harvey, right, Tyler, who is a board member of the Douglas Mc» Arthur Academy of Freedom at How afd Payne College, speak af fhe democracy in action seminar sessions which were held Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Dorothy Jean Schroeder, head of fhe HPC department of sociology, was general chairman for the confab. Other speakers included HPC president Dr. Guy D. Newman. Sportsman Club To Meet Monday Annual Fish fry for the Brown County Sportsman Club will begin at 6:30 p.m. Monday in the National Guard Armory on the Brady Highway. All members and their families are invited to attend, as are prospective members of the organization. Entertainment will include a film presented by Wally ,Chammes on safari. his recent African 'Peace Bomb 7 Test Preparations End FARMINGTON, N.M. (AP).Technicians were spending the weekend sealing a 4,240-foot-deep hole in final preparations for the first industrial use of a nuclear explosion, Barring further delays, a 26 kiloton "peace b,omb," with the power of 26,000 tons of high explosive, will miles east be detonated 55 of Farmington San Saba Crowns Champion Pecans SAN SABA (BBC) — A record pound, number of entries were shown A Brake variety sliown by at the San Saba's 13th annual pecan show Friday and Saturday at the Ranchmen's Tower Hotel. There were 254 entries, four more than the record. San Saba County Agent Billy Kidd had the champion in-sbell pecan, a Wichita, The top pecan had a 60.16 per cent kernel and took 40.6 to make a pound. Reserve champion in-shell honors went to a Barton variety shown by Producers Farms of San Saba. A San Saba Improved variety captured top shelling honors. The entry, shown by Guy Risien, had 62.98 per cent kernel and took 65.1 to make a pound. The champion native pecan was shown by Toby Shoemake of San Saba and had 51.11 per cent kernel. It took 48.2 to make a See Our M* THIS WEEK ONLY PRICE on All Foil Millinery t pjQ?ks « Navy 8lw§ • Those Famous FgJI K'-'l'fe wfe..^*. *t*\>; W£ AUO CARRY A : iAR^i FAlt 6AS5 TQ SQrWJTH ' yOURHATi i-~ • ~: >'>. •'?• - u ^.j ,",*-, •> , >. - j, . " J v ^ . -I £ 'J l> - "- Y' '- ; ' x - 1 - ^K. «';;', V<- ^,'y£^.-^- '' ,'; , /ClBCf •' : \J\Jlllle v sJLee I ' : iy[5Qjf ~. JBK- * * HHH'"''•'.' "-'v 'f '«^?TyTT; r^w^-lf^",* *'5^t!risf*»•-« ^-flHBn-^; SHnKKi^ll^HnHH^W^H^^B^Im^nHiHiHK? Leonard Farms of San Saba was the reserve champion shelling while Corkrell's Nursery of Goldthvvaite won the reserve champion trophy. Smallest pecans of the show Wednesday in a remote area of the Carson National Forest in northern New Mexico. The explosion, called project Gasbuggy, is to help determine whether such detonations can help free natural gas from tight rock formations from which it otherwise could not be obtained economically. The.Atomic Energy Commission, El Paso Natural Gas Co. and the Bureau of Mines are joint sponsors of the $4.7 million Gasbuggy, which the AEC says is the first industrial use of a nuclear explosion. The nuclear device, enclosed in a 13M!-foot cannister, has been lowered to the depth of 4,240 feet, just below the gas-bearing pictured cliffs rock formation which spokesmen say is typical of low-permiability, "tight" formations in the West. It has been estimated that if the nuclear explosion technique works in such formations, the nation's natural gas reserves could be doubled. The in'A-inch-diameter hole were entered by Marvin Riggs j down which the device was low- of San Saba. It took 687 pecans to make a pound. Heaviest pecan of the show was,a Mahan .owned by Gene Conner of San Saba. It took only 28.2 to make a pound. A Supreme variety was the highest per cent kernel pecan of the show with a 62.44 per cent. It was owned by CockrelPs Nursery. In Saturday's food show, there were 97 entries consisting of pies, cakes, candy and cookies. In non-club members competi- ting, Mrs. David Gilger was grand champion winner with her pecan banana split cake and reserve champion was Mrs, J. L. Stewardson with pecan rolls. Home demonstration club winners included Mrs. Clyde Hayes as grand champion with a pecan cake, Mrs. Otto Harkey was reserve champion with pecan cookies. In the youth division entries, Richland Springs homemaking members won grand championship with pecan cookies and Linda McKee captured reserve champion with her pecan pie. Judging for the shows included Mrs. Harold Preston, Mrs, Bjjlje Schneider and Mrs. Clara Cren- weldge, all of ered was being filled up to 700 feet below the surface with cement. Above that was to be 650 feet of a special sand which packs tightly and the final 50 feet was to be filled with polymer to act as a sealing substance. The giant rig which drilled the hole was being removed from the ground zero area, as were trailers and other unnecessary equipment. Because of the depth of the detonation, AEC spokesmen say no crater around ground zero is expected. But they do not discount what they say in a slim possibility that some radioactive materials might escape from the hole. 'Messiah' Scheduled Her* f 3* Dec. 11 The Howard Payne College department of music will present G, F. Handel's "Messiah" Monday, Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. in Mims Auditorium. Dr. 0. J. Bryson, of the HPC faculty, will serve as conductor, The oratorio will be perform, ed by the HPC orchestra', combined with choirs of the college and selected, singers from Brownwood. and Fort Worth. ? THE MOTH?W RING, JHTOJFT 'THAT CAPTURES , THi •V ^T 4 * ***o»5Ad* i^ if i v ' - *• i*^ *RJK \ ;T*~T'-BW ^ <<" ( S il3 i: Food, Flower Show Winners Selected (Set fdated sfofy ofl Page h the food and flower shows in connection with the ninth annual Brown County Pecan Show at the Riverside Motor Hotel attracted entries from a wide area. A section of the fnaift dining room of the hotel was reserved especially for the foods, while flower entries were intermingled with the pecans. Special Awards for the flower show went to Mrs. Tom Moore of Brownwood, Mrs. Roy Gardner of Grosvenor and Mrs. S. C. Fallis of Bangs. Mrs. Gardner captured both sweepstakes and award of merit honors. In fresh flower division, Mrs. Tom Moore of Brownwood took first place with Twylah Tallcy of Blanket and Mrs. Dan John* son of Bangs second and third, respectively. Dried arrangements with candles division winners were Mrs. Oliver Brooke of Blanket, first; Mrs. S. C. Fallis of Bangs, second; and Mrs. Charlie Crouch of Blanket, third. In dried arrangements using driftwood, winners were first, Mrs. S. C. Fallis of Bangs with Mrs. F. J. Heffington of Bangs and Miss Talley second and third, respectively. Division of dried arrangmenls with pine cones, first, second and third place winners include Mrs. Roy Gardner of Grosvenor, Mrs. Charlie Crouch of Blanket and Mrs. Vivian Talley of Blanket. Top winners in dried material in swag were Mrs. Roy Gardner and Mrs. Oliver Brooks. There were three winners in dried materials in wreaths and they include Mrs. F. J. Heffington, Mrs. Vivian Talley and Mrs. Roy Gardner. Dried material in corsages the winners were Mrs. Roy Gardner, Pauline Boenicke and Miss Twylah Talley. Brenda Stokes was top winner in the senior food division of the show Saturday haying captured nine awards. Top junior winner was Penny Crutsinger.. In drop cookies, first, second and third place junior winners were in order, Diane Morelock, Sharon Ivie and Penny Crutsinger. In pecan pie junior division, the three top winners were Penny Crutsinger, Nancy Stewart and Sheree Lindsey. Fruit cake junior winners included Penny Crutsinger and Sheree Lindsey. Banana nut bread winning juniors were Sheree Lindsey, Diane Morelock and Penny Crutsinger who captured first, second and third. Penny Crutsinger took the only award in the junior candy division. The candy fudge division junior winners were Fenny Crutsinger, Sharon Ivie, and Debra Sikes. Praline honors went to Diane Morelock, Nancy Stewart and Penny Crutsinger. TWO AWARDS—Mrs. Roy Gardner of Grosvenor captured the award of merit and the sweepstakes award at the flower show associated with Brown County's ninth annual Pecan Show at the Riverside Motor Hotel Friday and Saturday. There were 41 entries in all classes. (Bulletin Staff Photo) Senior division candy division winners, were,: Drop cookies, Marcella Lindsey and Brenda Stokes. Pecan pies, Brenda Stokes and Marcella Lindsey. The only awards in loaf cake and chocolate cake went to Brenda Stokes and in fruit cake Miss Stokes took first place while Marcella Lindsey captured second. In banana nut bread, senior division, first award went to Marcella Lindsey and Brenda Stokes was named second, In divinity candy. Senior division, Brenda Stokes again captured the only award while in fudge she placed first and Marcella Lindsey second, Brenda Stokes was the only winner in pralines. Adult division food winners include: Drop cookies, Mrs. John-dies- ser, Mrs. Charlie Crouch and Mrs. W. F. Scales. Pecan pie. Mrs. Winnie Stokes, Mrs, U. S. Branscum and Mrs. Charlie Crouch. While cakes, include Mrs. Charlie Crouch, Mrs. J. D. Murry and Mrs, Winnie Stokes. Chocolate cake, Twylah Talley and Mrs. Winnie Stokes, Fruit, cake, Mrs, G. R. Keen, Mrs, Charlie Crouch and Mrs. W. R. McCullough. Banana nut bread, Miss Talley, Mrs, John Chesser and Mrs. Winnie Stokes. Divinity^ Mrs. John Chesser, Mrs. William C. Robbins and J,. M, Collie. Pralines, L. M. Collie, Mrs. William C. Robbins and Mrs. Winnie Stokes. Fudge, Mrs. Frank F.vans, Mrs. Winnie Stokes and Mrs. Maybelle Rhoades. Baptists to Hear H'SU Professor Guest speaker for the Brown Associational Baptist "M" night service will be Billy P. Smith, Bible profesor of Hardin-Simmons University. Service will begin at 7:15 p.m. Monday at Calvary Baptist Church and is open to members of all churches In the Baptist assoiation. A program with a choral reading group of college students led by James Harris is planned. Three Bodies Found In Crashed Airplane MAURlCEVILLE.^Tex. (AP) — The Civil Air Patrol found the wreckage of a private plane near this Southeast Texas toivn Saturday and the bodies of three members of a Perryton, Tex., family were strapped inside. The dead were identified by Claybar Funeral Home in Orange, Tex,, as Charles J. Rouse Sr,, 43, his wife Grace, 42, and their son, Mark, 11. .., tfut no country cousins, these! They're smartened up with lwnd> pigskin, soft, supple, and oh'§Q»ele{^ntl And what beautiful style?,,. ill rsudy ip go to town! 11.95 „ 12,95

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