Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on March 31, 1968 · Page 10
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 10

Brownwood, Texas
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Sunday, March 31, 1968
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lULLETlN Suhdoy, March SI, 1911 The CHUCK Wagon By CHUCK Brown County AfiHrultural One Brown Con-.fy 4-H hoy i the youngsters judged, has been selected by the Texas The results of the Saturday Section of the American Socie- contest were not available for ty of Range Management to at- j this column at press time, tend the 1968 range camp at l This was certainly very good the A&M Adjunct at Junction, j practice for the area 4-H and Buddy Hale, an Early 4-Ii'FFA teams that are preparing Club member who is also act-; for their district and area el- ive on the Brown County 4-11 range and grass judging team, will attend the camp to be held July 29 through Aug. 3. Buddy's expense for the crimp will be furnished by the Brown-Mills Soil Conservation District. Brown County Farm Bureau has also agreed to sponsor another boy from one of the county Fl r A chapters to attend this range camp should another youngster be selected by the American Society Management. imination which are to be held during April. There were well over 60 teams judging at this contest jhd these teamS represented the best 4-1 and FFA* V -livestock judging teams in the stale. The contes was supervised by Howard Da vis, head of the Howard'Payne College agricultural department. The Brown County 4-H team was certainly glad to partici- The purpose of this camp is fco train the 4-H and FT A youngsters to identify nnd manage their native ranges rnd pastures. They will learn to identify and manage their native ranges and pastures. They will learn to identify the various kinds of plants, how to collect, mount and store these plants, how the plants determine stocking rates and to identify the various range conditions. Each youngster attending this camp will work on grass notebooks and herbariums. They will learn how to control noxious range plants and how to establish grazing systems for range improvements. In addition to the many learning experiences in this weeklong camp, the local youngsters will have ample time for range visits, movies, sports and other recreation. The local youngsters will be accompanied to the 1968 Range Camp by Dwight Harkey, Brown County assistant agricultural agent, who will serve as one of the camp directors. HOWARD PAYNE College held its second annual invitational 4-11 and FFA livestock judging contest this past Saturday. This contest consisted of 12 classes—four of beef, four of sheep, and four of swine, which of Range i pale, in this contest at Howard ' Payne and will also be judging President Fires Back at Critics ROLAND NEWSOM CARPET CO. 1217 VINE (IN OLD JOE HAIR GROCERY) Everyday low prices. Profenlonal Cirptl liygrt ready to install car- ptt In your home. Large selection lo choose from, (mediate delivery. Ternu Available. KODEL INSTALLED REG. $11.95 SQ. YD... ..NOW 8.95 Monday in the Abilene Christian College livestock judging contcsl. The following Salurday the team will judge at College Station in preparation for the April 20 district eliminations. THERE ARE 312 Texas com- tnunities involving more than 50,000 families enrolled in the 1968 Texas Community improvement Program. This program is sponsored by the Texas Agricultural Extension Service and the Texas Electric Utili- ly Companies. Three of the Brown County communities will have their county judging tours this week with the May and Owens community being toured Tuesday and the McDaniel Community being toured Wednesday. The tours will start with the May community being judged from 9 to 11 a.m. Tuesday, the Owens community being judged MISS HPC TROPHIES--Karry Alford, co-chairman of the Mix Howard Payne College pageant set here April 4, potes with tiara and trophies the IS finalists will compete for, The winner will receive the largest trophy, a $200 grant-in-aid from HPC, plus a new swim suit and evening gown and expente- paid trip to the Miss Texas pageant. The runner-up will get a $100 grant-in-aid plus a trophy while the second runner-up and Miss Congeniality will receive trophies. Doctors Invited To Cancer Meet Several Brown County doc- ors have been invited to attend a program on carcinoma of the breast at 7 p.m. Monday at the Rio Concho Manor in San Angelo. The program will be presented by the Tom Green Eight Bounty Medical Society. Led and moderated by Dr. from 1 to 3 p.m. Tuesday, and Robert N . McClelland, assocK the McDaniel community judg- ale professor of surgery at Lhe nri fnltt* ittill Kr» i»»/>r»^ O4n11 » r • •. * _ * University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, the panel will include Dr. John H. ed tour will be from 9 to 11 a.m. Wednesday. This year's community judges will be from Comanche County. The judges are Mrs. Willie Evans, Mrs, H. M. O'Brien Jr.. and Mrs. Jack Martin. The county agricultural extension staff, the local Texas Power and Light Co. representatives and these three com- Childers, Dr. G. Ray Ridings and Dr. Merrick H. Reese. Board members of the American Cancer Society Brown County Unit invited to attend include Dr. Joe R. McFarlane, Dr. Philip S. Gold, Dr. Paul munities would like to extend M - wtieells an invitation to all interested persons to attend these community tours. ACRILAN INSTALLED REG, $9.95 SQ. I'D NOW 8.25 501 NYLON by DgPONT INSTALLED REG. $7.45 f CA SQ. YD NOW O..3U CONTINUOUS FILAMENT INSTALLED REG, $5.45 SQ. YD NOW Many Other Type Yorni tp Choose From Lit MI isllmal* vpur carpal, lilt and linooum nttdj. Dial M5-4489 and ihop at horn*. Spence Among Top 30 Frosh Roy Spence Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spence of Brownwood, has recently been selected as one of the .30 outstanding freshman students at the University of Texas and will become a member * of Posse, an honorary se r v i ce organization for freshmen and sophomores. Tlie organization boosts the athletic program and participates in numerous other com- pus activities. In addition, Spence Is a member of the Delta Tau Delta social fraternity, and has se r v e d as president of his pledge class. He also quarterbacked the all-university intramural championship football team, and is a member of the fresliman council. He also served on the steering committee for Challenge, a university sponsored information session of outstanding speakers, arid is a member of the Round-Up Committee, Spencer and Dr. Spence. Fred Allan J. Church Launches De Leon Revival DE LEON (BBC) - The Northside Baptist Church of De Leon will begin a revival Sunday and will continue through April 7. Morning services will begin at 10 a.m. daily and services will be at 7:30 each evening. Booster band and prayer services will be at 7 p.m. Rev. A. C. Lamb, pastor of the Dickson Baptist Church of Dickson, Okla., and father of Rev. Dewey Lamb, pastor of the Norhlside Church, will be the evangelist for the revival. Rev. Dewey Lamb will be in charge of the music and Mrs. Dewey Lamb will be the pianist. Sunday services will be at the regular time. fiy Nfctl, GtLBrUDE Associate^ Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — President Johnson, firing back at his political critics, says the nation under his leadership will contin- i ue working to wipe out poverty, slums and crime in the cities and eventually win peace in the world. The President, in a series of rapid-fire appearances, also urged Americans t work to prevent violence and warned the government won't tolerate rioting, looting and arson "motivated for whatever reason." "We are going to finish the work we started—the work of building a better, safer more prosperous America," Johnson told 1.000 labor delegates Friday, then stepped next door to give the same message to several hundred Young Democrats. Switch-hitting before the two audiences with Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, Johnson scoffed at "croakers and douot- ers" and "Republicans, reactionaries and runaways" who say the nation can't solve its problems at home while fighting in Vietnam. Johnson, specifically referring to Thursday's rioting and looting in Memphis, called on all segments of society "to strive to prevent violence, to obey the aw and to preserve conditions of social stability which are essential to progress." In a statement, the President sledged federal assistance if needed to maintain order, but added that "our system of government and our security defend on capable local law en- "orcemenl." Humphrey, in his part of the unique pair of doubieheader I speeches, asserted: "Shame on 'those who say President Johnson doesn't want peace! Shame en them!" Humphrey, arriving at a hotel | for the speechmaking, was greeted by a shout of "warmonger" from one man among i about 100 passersby. Johnson, j arriving a few minutes later for, his unannounced double appearance, was met with applause outside the hotel and frequent ovations from both audiences in- i side. | "We have just begun," John-' son told the delegates to a meet- i ing of the AFL-ClO's Committee j on Political Education, conv-: ened to plan all-out labor sup-! port for his expected reelection bid. David A. Hal! Named To 0SU Dean's List STTLLWATER. Okla. - David A. Hall of Brownwood, engineering senior at Oklahoma University, is among 3,405 16 fh« dtfft 1 ! l6nof HI . for the fall MttfiStef. ! Students making a 3.0. or B, 1 grade average or above, with no grade lower than C and while ; carrying at least 12 credit ; hours, are named to the dean's ihonor roll each term. McDaniel President Of Santa Anna C-C SANTA ANNA (BBC) - New i directors and officers for the Santa Anna Chamber of Com-; merce have been elected by i chamber members. ' | New directors for the cham-i her include 0. L. Cheaney, ! Thomas Wristen, Pierce Rowe,! Jake Mcreary and Tom Kingsberry. Hold over directors were: Roy Horn, John McDaniel, Joe Rlley, Cullen N. Perry, Dr. Charles M. Henner and Mrs. D. H. Moore. New officers elected are John ; McDaniel, president; Joe Riley,! vice president; and W. Ford! Barnes, secretary. Geologists call Great Salt Lake in Utah Lake Bonneville. I DID YOU KNOW THAT THE CHRISTIAN CHURCHES' (DISCIPLES OF CHRIST) WORLD MISSIONARY EFFORTS HAVE REACHED INTO EIGHTEEN COUNTRIES WITH TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY (250) MISSIONARIES WORKING WITH 2,000 NATIONAL PASTORS, TEACHERS NURSES, PHYSICIANS, ETC.? Presently there are some 360,000 members In thousands of congregations. Conutries where we support a witness include: Republic of Congo, South Africa, Zambia, Bausuto- lancl, Argentina, Hong Kong, India. Indonesia, Jamaica, Japan, Mexico, Okinawa, Nepal, Puerto Rico, Paraguay, Philippines, Thailland and Venezuela. In some of these nations (and others not here listed) we work through their united church. If you care to know more about this or get better acquainted with us, call 642-9774 or 643-2909 or write P. O. Box 1046. SUNDAY SCHEDULE Church School 9:45 Youth Meetings 5:30 Morning Wosliip 10:45 Evening Worship .. 7:00 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Coggin at 13lh Leonard P. Stansbury, Jr. Minister Goodbye Folks FUL-O-PEP FEEDS IT'S BEEN FUN AS WELL AS REWARDING... After 11 years of being associated with the finest of people, I have found the opportunity to go in business for myself in Weatherford, Texas. The business will be known as THE BEN DURHAM HARDWARE CO. It has been a genuine pleasure to live and work in the Brownwood area. \ would like to recommend to all my friends and their friends to continue to patronize Hlg- ginbothams and to visit with whoever Is selected to replace me. Anytime you are In the Weatherford area I cordially Invite you to visit me at my new business THE BEN DURHAM HARDWARE CO. p.s. Aly 1,900 Sq. Ft. house Is For Sale, inquire it HUginbotham office, FOR PRIZE BEEF AT RANCH & FARM SUPPkY Most Fashionable! SOCIALITE Daiquiri Green Patent Brown Patent Black Patent 16,00 RED CROSS GRANADA Yellow Calf Bone Calf 18.00 SOCIALITE Hi Rise Black Patent Gazell 18.00 RED CROSS Verona Bone 16.00 SOCIALITE Diamond Head . Bone Pat. 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