Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on January 23, 1972 · Page 11
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 11

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Early High sets rolls RESTLESS BARROW-Afid most bfirfow champions are, according to 13-yeaN)ld Connie Sue McKinnefney, an eighth grader at Rlchland Springs Public School. Hers had to be pinned tight after winning grand champion honors Friday afternoon In the San Saba County junior livestock show before It was ready to show off the trophies and ribbons It had won. Miss MeKinnerney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McKinnemey, here with Rlchland Springs FFA advisor Darrell Lusty, also won reserve honors in the show with her gilt. The stock's breeder Is her parents. (Bulletin Photo) RARLY (BBC)-fte honor roll at Rat ly High School for the third sf* weeks includes 33 students ami the first semester roll includes 25 students. The sis week and semester roll includes freshmen Kathy Bishop, Penny Crntsinger, Pam Dansbee, Jo Ann Dickerson, fia Hickman, Donita tee, Mike Hester, Jim Warren and Monte Weedon. Freshmen Sheree Moffatt and Shirley Musick also made the six weeks roll. Sophomore six weeks and semester students are Mary Lynn Bailey, Margaret Becktold, Lillie Cox, Lucinda Lee, Renea Lindly, Vivian Valvrina, Kmma Lou Wheeler, and t^arry Scarborough. La Deana Franklin was included on the six weeks roll. Included in the junior six weeks and semester roll are Lance Blackwell, Kenny Homer, Tommy Storey, Gary Tatum, and David Watkins. Tisa Angeley, Mary Holloway and Myron White are included on the six weeks roll. Making the senior and semester rolls are Jeannine Wells, Teresa Sickle and Bryan Homer and Judy Shields and Charles Hall included on the six weeks roll. Climb fer at Cowman PCA Farmers and ranchers from a six-rotmly area borrowed more than $14.1 million from Coleman Production Credit Assn. in 1971, according to Charles R. Hickman, the association's president. This amount represents loans to 443 stockholders, he said. Loan volume is up more than $3.3 million or almost 31 percent over the same period a year agn. Hickman reported. The association, with offices in Coleman, Abilene, Ballinger <md Brownwood, makes agricultural loans in Brown, Callahan, Coleman, Concho, * Runnels and Taylor counties, t 13 oppo/nfed fo postmaster jobs MEMPHIS, Tenn. iAP) The appointment of 13 new postmasters in Texas and Oklahoma has been announced by Southern Postmaster Gen. Carl ('. Ulsaker. The appointments are effective Saturday. fcrge tf-A TOP GILT PAUSES-This gilt, exhibited by 15-year-old Mikes Reeves, a San Saba High School sophomore, takes time to dine after being named as champion of the San Saba Tounty junior livestock show this weekend. The gilt's breeder is l,arry Letbetter of San Saba. Reeves' parents are Mr. and Mrs Harvey Reeves. ( Bulletin F'hotn i AAid-Texans in Service GLENDALE, Ariz. - U.S. Air Force Technical Sergeant Joseph K. Brister, whose wife, Carman, is the daughter of G. ' F. Stroope of 1300 N. Bridge, • Brady, has arrived for duty at - Luke AFB, Ariz. ^ Sergeant Brister, an administrative clerk, is assigned to a unit of the Aerospace ' Defense Command which " protects the U.S. against hostile ' aircraft and missiles. He •' previously served at Fort Lee, - Va. The sergeant graduated in • 1957 from Lackawanna Trail High School, Factoryville, Pa. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. James B. McCravy, son of Mrs. Mary McCravy of Washington, D.C., has been decorated with the Distinguished Flying Cross for aerial achievement in Southeast Asia. Colonel McCravy distinguished himself as an EB- 66 Destroyer reconnaissance aircraft commander when, despite the threat of antiaircraft artillery fire, he ,, provided radar jamming for heavy-bombers on a strike . mission. ;, He was presented the medal . during ceremonies at Kirtland ', ] AFB, N,M., where he now serves with a unit of the Air , Weather Service which provides t . weather information for ' military flight operations, ; The 1948'Warrenton (Va.) ' v High School, graduate received his commission and B,S. degree V in 1953 from the U,S, Naval / Academy, He also holds a ,' master's degree in business (> < administration froni the George J* Washington University, * Washington, D,C, His wife, Geraldine, is the r t daughtef of Mr, and Mrs. , H Samuel' Q, Nance, Rt. 3, j w Brownwood, 2 PENSACOLA, FJa, - Navy hi Ensign,' WjWam c, Brown., son * of' 1 Mr, "and Mrs, Charles, V,' Brown Q| Route",?, Bjrpvynwood,' $„ pfesep^ran^upon gfaduatjonl afc from'Aviation'""" fA ' Senior citizens hold party here Stations. He is a graudate of Texas A&M University. SN-3 Wesley T. Richardson, son of Mr, and Mrs. R, N. Richardson of 1302 Campa, has returned to the naval base at San Diego, Calif, after spending i fy •*, Up wjirnow gp on to the .next," Senior citizens met at Brown County Multi-Purpose Center, 123 Walnut, Wednesday aft- tcrnoon for their monthly birthday party. Guests having birthdays in a 17-day leave here. Richardson is serving aboard the USS Jason which is now undergoing repairs. It is scheduled to join the Seventh Fleet later. Assigned to the ship's personnel office, he was a member of U.S. Naval Reserve Unit 840 at Brownwood before being placed on active duty. Richardson is a graduate of Brownwood High School. January were presented small gifts. A special guest Mrs. Julia Deanda, of Sacramento, Calif., was presented a floral arrangement by members of the SOS (senior opportunities and services) staff. Mrs. Oma Rowell, SOS aide, made plans with the group to meet February 1 for arts and crafts, and to better organize the group. Games of Bingo and 42 were played and some guests just "visited." Games of Bingo and 42 were played and some guests just "visited." Refreshments of birthday cake and punch were served to 35 guests. DEPARTMENT STORES would you believe it? STORE HOURS 9:30 to 7 Daily 9:30 to 9 Thursday ANTIQUE SATIN BEDSPREAD ENSEMBLE Full or twin Reg. 22.50 48x84 Drape Reg. 9.95 48x12 Valance Reg. 4.98 48x33 Cascade Reg. 5.50 96x84 Drape Reg. 20.95 19.00 8.00 3.00 4.00 17.00 Now that spring is almost here, you'll want to spruce up your home with easy little tricks and very little money. One of the most beau tiful ways to add spice to your bedroom is with a special budget stretching group. Co-Ordinating bedspread and window accessories are priced for special white sale savings. Find the complete set in Red, Gold, White, Avocado, Oyster and let your imagination a co nplete $ service for 8 19995 FROM '{' J % SAVE $5005 From open stock prices. complete 64-pc. service for 12 from $149.95 SAVE $6705 from open slock prices, The choice is yours. In any lovely DeepSilver pattern shown to add a touch of elegance to those "special" dining occasions. All pieces lavishly plated with pure silver AND inlaid with solid silver at bagks of bowls and tines pn most-used spoons and forks! Coffer limited from Jgngary 2

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