The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on January 11, 1961 · Page 3
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BrazoBport and Srazoria County, Texas, Wed., January 11-1961 Observations (Continued From Pnjn 3) low gas used In the manufacture of synthetic runner by Dow nt that time. Honor eume to Dr. A. P. Heutel te same year, when he bec:iinc director and then president of the Texas Stato Manufacturing As*,- clallon. IHJPMCATE nnimiE Duplicate bridge play In Brazos- i where plnnt food Is needed port received n big boost throui'.i I boost yields, the efforts of some of the I Tim cheapest, easiest and club members. County Aoenf SOIL TEST ACCURACY DEPENDS ON SAMPLE By t« M. VAWOHAN | from arena thnt have been crop_ . . .,,, _ . pcd differently. The use of fertilizer on Brnaria I ,„ numh( , r , n)? lhe snmplc hoxcSi Counly crops and pastures wl.i pny big dividends In the ariis to A new plnn ban Ix-cn adopted for arranging for partners, nml n 35-week program has been pnnto.l 1 passed out to members ?n'l icrs who wish to participate In I 1 OTne the new plnn. Each plnycr method for determining fertilizer needs is to test the soil. But, lie soil test Is no better than the soil sample from which the lest Is made. In fact, chemical tests hasnj on poorly taken soil samples may who joined If.,!|actually be misleading. Here are plnn knows with whom he or n!'0|somc migosllon.i on how to like will piny for the duration nf the n good soil sample, program. Every person plays -vi;h A spade, probe or auger can be every other person. When for!used for taking the Boll sample. F'-I" rwison some one ran not bo [Sampling should be done to n present, thnt one Is to arrange I depth of six Inches. If n si.v\c, for a substitution for that parti-ji s used, dig n V-shaped hole to 1 ho six Inch depth and take a' lialf Inch slice of soil from t,uij smooth side of the hole. i Then cut a w n y all but trie. center one Inch of the slice and! [.lace It In the container rvj.igj used for collecting the indlvUi.nl samples from which the composite sample will come. Take a composite sample from each soil type In the field. For example, take a sample from the level ridgetop and another 'rum the slope. In getting the composite sample, from 10 to 15 Individujl samples should be taken from over the area. These should be collected In a clean container and thoroughly mixed before the soil for the composite sample Is placed in the sample box. In taking the random samp're, field depressions, old fence linos or unusual areas within the sample area should be avoided. Too, separate samples should be taken make sure the box number corresponds to the number shown on the Information sheet and keep a record of the sample numbers and the area from which each w^s taken. The soil sampling sheet should be filled out as completely ns possible. The samples along v/ith the information sheets may he mailed directly to the laboratory at College Station or taken to tha county agent's office for transm's- slon to the laboratory. The f'-st rc'iulls should be back to the sender' in three weeks. Information sheets and car'ins are available at my office. cnilar night. •Of course, couples not Included SP thn plan can come out nnd piny nl any lime. There Is also a list of those who agree to be substitute players. l.ast Friday night there were J"i present. The score sheet showed W. A. Handle and W. H. Htllycr to be first for North-South, *lth Jim Newman and Tom Frizzed, second; Ann Hlllyer and Catherine Estill; third; Mr. and Mn. Tom Vftllj Cunningham, fourth; E. '•Hy Jr. and Ethel Ncwmin, fifth; and H. B. Prlndle and K. W. Guchcrt, sixth. Kor East-West, Maxlne Prindlc and Myra Gucbcrt were fir-it; Scott Galbrcath and Thelma Spitler, second; Wilbur Johnson and June Moore, third; Murjorio Johnson and Howard Fearn, fourth; Gordon E. Helton and Eva Handle, fifth; and Jean and jfclolph Nnschke, sixth. ' REGARDING PEOPLE MRS. EMORY (OPAL) Brown, who was acting superintendent of Brazosport schools for about loui months in 19-16, wrote that she now lives at Aransas Pass, where her husband Is In the boating and propeller business. MR. and MRS. IT. L. HOWARD returned from Tulsn, Okla. where they visited his mother wno is * THOUGHT FOB TODAY To know when to speak anl when to remain silent Is definitely one ot the best means to popularity, but to be silent we ought to speak on proper re- caslon is not to be desired. In photography's early days, a subject sat rigidly In the blazing sun for <a long as 20 minutes, Ms face whitened with flour 10 Wflect more light, for a single exposure. Rip Van Winkle couldn't sleep with nagging backache Lions Aid MOD The Frceport Lions Club pl.u«, need from nagging backMte, headache to assist the Brazoria Co J ntyi and muscular aches and pains that of ten March of Dimes during 113 Janu-| c . ausc restless nights and miserable ory fund drive. ' ' ~'""" "* Lions will conduct the ,„ drive on Saturday, Jan. 21, <>nd i w » n ' it fast!Another disturbance may tile Mother's March. Lions wiiljup also be stationed at Wclngartea's! j forts come on with over-«ertion or street i stress and strain —you want relief — to take March of Dimes contributions during one night of campaign. a restless uncomfortable feeling" Doan's Pills work fast in 3 separate ways: 1. by >peedy pirn-relieving aclion to eaie torment of nagging backache, the'headaches, muscular aches'and pains! 2. by soothing effect on bladder irrita- ,1100. 3. by mild diuretic aclion lending to increase output of the 15 miles of The death rate among Amerkv EnTo^ooJ night's sleep and the pollcyholders of ordinary life in- same happy relief millions have for surance for 1960 Is estimated at'"*" 60 years. 6 for every 1,000 persons. 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