Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on March 31, 1968 · Page 7
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 7

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Community Tours This Week * Business Brown County Community Improvement tours, sponsored by the agricultural extension service of Texas A & M University and the Texas electric companies, will begin on Tuesday. Tours in both Class 1 and Class 2 will continue through Wednesday afternoon. Two communities in Brown County come under Class 1, May and McDaniel, Owens is the only community scheduled to be toured in Class 2. Later in the month. Owens will compete with other Class 2 communities for district honors. Tuesday morning tours begin with Class 1 division in May. Places to be inspected include Earl Whilakcr's irrigation system; land belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Crume, some 1,200 acres participating in the Great Plains Program; acreage belonging to Mr. and gram. Owens U In Class 2 and will compete later in the month with ether Class 2 communities in the district. (Bulletin Staff Photo) TO BE T 0 U H E D - the Hershe! Wheeler home in Owens will be toured Tuesday afternoon as part of the County Community Improvement pro* 'Mrs. J. R. Brush. In this home, the barn and an electric weld-'with I9fi6 earnings of $4.33 bo- BARTLESVtt.LE, Okla.. - representative for Standard Oil Phillips Petroleum Co.'s gross Company of Texas, has been income in 1967 exceeded two honored for completion of 15 billion dollars for the firs! years of continuous service time, and earnings reached a with the company. At a dinner record $164,000,000, stockhold- party in El Paso, Long wjs ers were told in the company's presented the symbolic gold 50th annual report. service emblem by El Paso Re- This was an increase of 1.1 gional sales manager Logan percent from previously report- Knnx. and Abilene division ed 196fi earnings of S144.r>nn,OflO. sales manager Rex Morris. excluding an extraordinary Gold emblems are awarded gain of $7,100,000 in that year, at the 10-year plateau and Earnings for 1967 'were 18 pvcr y 5 years thereafter. percent greater than l!)fifi rarn- '-""S is headquartered in ings of '$138,400,000 cxdud.ng Brownwood and resides with the extraordinary item and his famil V at 2302 13lh Slreet « after adjustment for compara- live purposes to show changed kver-Green Co., operated by accounting practices adopted Jack and ' J ud Stephens is now j n 19(57 open at 408 Main St. be held. Wednesday morning tours a water system with an clcc-icr has been installed. A new, fore adjustment and Mrs. Crickey Cobb; and thc iwjll revcrt back to Class ]Jlric pump "| ias been installed, j front gate has bcccn added to! after adjustment. j . I *T 111 » v, T \-i i. u» vi* *u v^ivivjfcj J t ! llll, 1JUI1I1J I I CIO U*_V,tl lll*Jlfi**iwvit ..v..- QU w .._ v ~ v v _.. „-,.,,_-,„ peanut drying t | ]js tjmc t | le M C D an icl com- Third slop on the lour will the farm with new breeder Ira Nelson's plant. Also to be viewed are homes recently tied into the May Tom water system. Owens in Class 2 will toured Tuesday afternoon. munity. Visits here will in- be the remodeled home(belong- stock purc hased for hogs. I K. n. Long, a ranch belonging to ing to Louis Mabee. Featuresj"~" Duncan. There are 52 O f this home include new yard! ! registered short horn cows and fence, water storage lank, i j two bulls on the ranch. | drilled water well, fruit and next stop will be the re- shade trees. 30 acres of plow- ] land, ing is available and the $4 |,j ! men note, "We service what 'we sell." For information interested Marketing re-' persons may call 643-0869. Four new homes in the com- . modc , cd home be| onging to d l *•' W --------- ~ and rebuild fences in the community will be toured, and also to be inspected will be fertilized grain, brush control, improved pastures, and new stock water tanks. one quarter mile and a commercial ! fertilizer. ! Rocky Creek Baptist Church | will be included on this Wednesday tour. Highlights here /,-... M~«*J., for /VeeCfy SAN SABA (BBC)-The Child : are new highway signs, cush Welfare comm'ttee of San Saba i ions for pews in (he auditori- f til 1 A lour of a completely re-. Parent . Teaonei . Assn is see k-'um, new sidewalks and an as- modeled home in Owens is ||Jg ways to g(?l funds [Q pur . i sorlmenl of shrubs and flow- NO NEED FOR THIS—Mrs. Carrell Atherton of May who has had to carry water to her home all through the years no longer needs the bucket as the Atherton family is one of the six families who has now tied on to the May water system, which will be seen on the community improvement tour this week. (Bulletin Staff Photo) next on the agenda with the judges finally returning lo the center for a program of slide presentations. A visit to Pleasant Valley Cemetery will also be included on the Owens tour where a short memorial service will De Leon Plans Driver Training DE LEON (BBC)—A free Drivers Training School, sponsored by the local police department and the Leon Valley Migrant Health Clinic Project, will begin in De Leon April 4. Purpose of the school is to enable anyone interested in obtaining a drivers licence to receive the necessary education to pass the drivers test. The school will be held at the De Leon city hall from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. April 4, 11, 18, and 25. The state highway department will conduct the school. CWA Will Hear 64th Candidates Brownwood Unit of Local 6179, Communications Workers of America will meet in the Holiday Room of Holiday Inn Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Candidates for the office of representative, 64th Legislative District of Texas have been invited to speak at the meeting. Visitors are invited to attend and participate in a question and answer period. ^ Stewards of the local unit of CWA are Frankie Pitts, traffic department, and CecilRenfroe, plant department. Tyson Phillips is president of the four- state local. Once Again, Cochran's Extends This Tremendous Volue .. . YOUR CHOICE HOLLYWOOD BEDS MM©y$ SVAUTr lUPGfT PftlCiD HOUYWOOD Ywr Gkoice of 4 Headboards lev * • i«icW tew few, ***** tftl to Mr«f. f a* mt MM rf (m NOW ONIY 73 00 HARRY COCHRAN FURNITURE | APPLIANCES Scott Pruett Is Boys State Pick BANGS (BBC)-Scotl Pruett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Pruett of Bangs, has been selected by the Bangs American Legion Post lo represent the,, post at Boys State in June at Austin. Scott, a junior at Bangs High School, has played football, basketball and ran track j for the Dragons for the last j three years. In addition he i was president of his sophomore class, and a member of the student council. He is also a active member and treasurer of the FFA chapter, and is in the cast for the junior play. chase items needed by school children. A rummage sale is scheduled each Sat;irday from 1 to 3 p.m. in the old high school building, Mrs. Norris McCarty, P-TA president, has announced. Plans are for people working ers. Dr. J. B. Stephens' ranch is next on the McDaniel Community tour. Registered polled cattle here include 25 cows, five bulls and seven calves. Last on the two-day touring schedule is the L. A. Horton ranch. Here there are 50 head that does'"ndrsdl'coats "and i of ! 10 f- "7 developing pens dresses will be altered for small and sheds for P1KS - new '"" children. A pattern library for the seamstresses will be set up pastures, new fences, and electricity available to the barn, for use in the remodeling. I piped water from the tank to Sunday, March 31, 1968 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN - 7 Mesa Irrigation of De Leon PHONE 5931 JIM REEVES SALESMAN NIGHT 4863 OR 7140 WAYLAND WRIGHT MANAGER HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL YOUR IRRIGATION NEEDS DECO TO WHEEL MOVES SKAINS CRAWLER SYSTEM DOWD WALKING SYSTEM MESA TOW PANS IRCCO FITTINGS BERKELEY PUMPS ALCOA PIPES FREE ESTIMATES r Farmers LET US FIGURE YOUR: Granaries & Pole Sheds See Us For Treated Posts 6' thru 20' Lengths Steel Posts Foreign and Domestic PANELING Prefinished . Fencing Foreign and Domestic Corrugated Iron Plywoods Ceiling • Tile. , 15c up Minnesota Paints Glass Storm Doors *21°° Al, Windows Vinyl Covered Sheetrock No. 235 Composition Roofing CENTRAL TEXAS MATf RIAL ft SUPPLY 711 if lit Plain Ph, §43-8541 at WILKS in Brownwood- SPECIALS for MOM. & TUES. APRIL 1-2! COTTON CASUAL DRESSES This group of dresses from regular stock — solids, prints, stripes. Sizes 8-20. Values to $12 WOMEN'S NYLON PANTIES MAY QUEEN NYLONS Whites and pastels. Sizes 5-10. _ , C - 9 ' 1.25 pair. 77 Pr. Summer shades. Sizes B'.i-ll. Reg. 2 for 1.29 ALL SALES FINAL, PLEASE NO RETURNS NO REFUNDS LARGE GROUP CHILDREN'S S H 0 E S Dressy white patents. Good selection of Reg, $12,00 $788 I Pair sizes. 2 LARGE GROUPS JEWELRY Close out stock of fine jewelry- Pins, Earrings, Necklaces. GROUP 1 GROUP 2 Vpluej to $25 $ 2 EA. MEN'S DRESS SLACKS Dacron polyester and wool blend dress slacks selected from regular stuck. Sizes 28-33 waist. Value* to $16 TIES Silks and Blends. Val wei ro $5 2 Just say Charge it Where You Can Park FREJ

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