The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on January 23, 1964 · Page 7
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January 23, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 7

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Sa/tForJcSCD Finish Great Plains Work on 13 Contracts ^ I Contracts expired Dec. 31, ;J1963 on 13 Great Plains con- Bracts in Salt Fork Soil Con- j^ervation District—contracts on |which all, soil conseryationwork ^planned under the program was Carried out. •|| These have been in effect up sto five years and the work was Jrtone, on a (preplanned year to |yeari basis. Under the program; |the landowner his worked with |the Soil Conservation Service |and ,fche Agricultural Stablliza- SMori and Conservation program, fwith; the latter paying up to |80%. of the cost of the prac- |tices; in some instances. I Bob Crawford, work unit ^conservationist of Soil Consery- $ation Service has reviewed fbriefly the outstanding conser- gvation accomplishments of these^ 'i|13 landowners while in the JjGreat Plains Program. I E.. A. Hays improved crop Jlandifoy using r a conservation ^cropping system ^andT the;range- pand improved by: range• Tseed- fing, j brush control, deferred ^grazing and by using a system of proper; range use. T. C. Pike iriipirbved , his rangeland by shaping critical areas, range,, seeding, deferred grazing andsnot over-using the rangeland. :' \ Leon Roberts and Join Hoi- ton improved their rangeland T>y range seeding, brush control, proper range use and de- ferred grazing. They obtained better grazing distribution by fencing and drilling livestock welte. Mrs. Mary E. Sugg's outstanding conservation achievement was the improving of the rangeland by gully shaping, range seeding, brush control, deferred grazing and proper range use. She also received better grazing distribution by drilling a well to furnish stock water. Ray Peoples improved his rangeland by the practice of proper range use and received better grazing distribution after the installation of a livestock trough. Warren Johnson improved rangeland iby brush control^ deferred grazing and proper range use. J. R. Nelson improved his cropland by./using a conserya'- tion croppingsystem arijd; improved; his raMgelancL by grange seeding, rfencin-g, deferred i grazing, and'(proper range-use;' J. H. Wood improved cropland' through the construction of terraces which eliminated water erosion and through bhe use of an adequate conservation cropping system. H. H. Word has improved his cropland through the use of a conservation system and .an erosion control clam. The range land has been improved by range seeding, deferred:,grazing and proper range use^ Audie Morgan improved the cropland through the use of a conservation cropping system and terracing to control water erosion. The rangeland was improved 'by deferred grazing, proper range use and through the construction'"of. a livestock well and trough. James. Doneghy improved his rangeland through range seeding, brush control, deferred grazing, and proper range use, and obtained better grazing distribution through the construction of a seep-type pond. P. E. Starr improved his cropland through the coristruc- 'tioh of diversion terraces and •the use of a conservation cropping system. The range land was improved by range seeding, fencing, deferred grazingy and proper range uses. Better grazing distribution was obtained by the construction of water facilities., ( , ; Mrs. Yeral DialftDJcke^s outstanding- conservation achievement: on the croplandiwere the- construction of a •watprwfay development and the use« of. a conservation cropping system. tier range land has been improved through range seeding; brusli control and proper range us6. Grazing distribution has been improved through ; the construction of a farm (pond and water facilities. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER T$urf d^^afiluary 23, 1964 Conference Record: 3-0 Norwood Wins Over Groom, Dodson Teams LOOKS LIKE COOKS The England national chamber of trade president said that "The ultra-modern miss dresses to kill and is reputed to cook the same way." Samnorwood's Eagles and Eaglettes added two victories each last week to give a 3-0 record 'in District 9-iB iplay. Pfeying at Norwood, the teams defeated Groom boys 44 to 41 and the girls 57 to 25. This game was Tuesday night, Jan. 14. In a double header at Dodson Friday night, Jan. 17, the Eagles defeated the Mustangs 65 to 34, while the Eaglettes won over the Dodson girls 49 to 18. r '• ' v: .:"•' V' . In. the Norwood-Groom boys game, Dan Craig of 1 Grobmi was high scorer with 25 points while Wayne Lindley was top .man for. the: Eagles'with 13. This game was tight all the way, with only a few points separating'the teams most of the time. The; game by quarters: Norwood 14 20 35 44 Groom 12. 26 32 41 , The; Eaglettes had' no difficulty keeping well ahead of the Groom girls and took their second conference win 57 to 25. .Kay Purkey and Suzy Bentley were high scorers with 15 points each and Burgin was high for Groom with 11. The game by quarters: Norwood 10 27 46 57 Groom 4 7 16 25 Norwood-Dod»on /Wayne Lindfey, with 19 points, was Norwood's top scorer, arid Willie Riley was high for Dodson with 1 12. The game by quarters: Norwood 19 30 45 65 Dodson 11 26 27 34 The, Eaglettes led by a wide margin throughout the game with the Dodson girls. Suzy Bentley of Norwood was high pointer with 15, and Linda 1 Sexton had 8 for Dodson.: The game by quarters: Norwood 16 19 40 49 Dodson 26 10 18 Dr.M.Y.Cobb Chiropractor BL 6-1133 310 South Main Shamrock, Texas Annual financial Report of Collingsworth County for Year Ending December 31,1963 BALANCE 12-31-62 RECEIPTS EXPENDITURES BALANCE 12-31-63 INDEBTEDNESS Jury General 1,780.98 Officers Salary 20,363.09 Courthouse & Jail General __ 4,962.09 Road & Bridge 12,196.51 Courthouse Bond Sinking ___ 7,001.71 Road & Bridge Sinking 7,010.15 Social Security 2,445.44 Road District No. 1 5,814.60 New Jail Fund $ 2,790.67 $ 3,676.20 $ 4,343.89 $ 2,122.98 49,407.32 41,849.38 8,412.83 108,014.75 5,500.85 8,251.24 6,963.24 4,193.10 37,000.00 46,891.64 44,528.22 10,290.63 118,346.54 6,318.50 8,765.00 6,995.20 4,697.50 4,296.66 17,683.25 3,085.11 1,864.72 6,184.06 6,496.39 2,413.48 5,310.20 37,000.00 40,000.00 41,000.00 47,000.00 35,000.00 $163,000.00 financial report of This report made as per Article 1609, Acts 1893, P. 160; G. L., Vol. 10, P. 590; Book 328, P. 674 (1931) also Article 6252-2 infra GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AND SEAL OF OFFICE, this the 20th day of January A. D. 1964. (s) LORENE JENKINS, County Clerk, Collingsworth County, Texas. Total _ $ 64,365.06 $273,268.91 $251,177.12 $ 86,456.85 THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF COLLINGSWORTH Collingsworth County Quarterly Report for October, November and December, 1963 FUND Balance 9-30-63 RECEIPTS BALANCE & RECEIPTS EXPENDITURES CASH BALANCE 12-31-63 BOND DEBT Jury $ ,301.29 $ 2,771.36 $ 3,072.65 $ 949.67 $2,122.98 General -150.83 Officers Salary 1,335,18 Courthouse & Jail ____ - 198.03 Road & Bridge 11,619,79 Ct'house Bond Sinking 2,034.47 Road & Bridge Sinking 272.04 Social Security 2,364.48 New Jail Fund 37,163.33 27,689.46 5,801.84 14,257.64 4,149.59 6,224.35 1,747.34 37,000.00 2,518.70 24,012.71 37,012.50 *32,715.84 29,024.64 11,341.39 5,603.81 25,877.43 6,184.06 6,496.39 4,111.82 1,698.34 37,000.00 4,296.66 17,683.25 3,085.11 1,864.72 6,184.06 6,496.39 2,413.48 37,000.00 40,000.00 41,000.00 35,000.00 TOTAL $17,578.39 $136,804.91 $154,383.30 $73,236.65 $81,146.65 $116.000.00 Road Dist. No. 1 $2,688.36 $ 3,444.34 $ 6,132.70$ 2822.50 $5,310.20 $47,000.00 *$15,000.00 transferred to Officers Salary Salary Fund as per Budget requirement. $2,000.00 transferred to New Jail Fund to pay Interest on Time Warrants. THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNT YOF COLLINGSWORTH We, the County Judge and the Commissioners of Collingsworth County Texas j 1636, Vernon's Ann. Civ. Statutes, have been in all things fully complied with bv of the Commissioners' Court, and that the cash and other assets mentioned in the at terly Report made by said Treasurer to said court, and held by him for the County and that the amount of said money and other assets as shown above is true and ' ' (s) WOODROW WOOD, Commissioner Pet. 1 (s) W. R. BREEDING, Commissioner Pet. 4 (s) RUTH AARON, County Treasurer tv, <- 4-v, • L f , t ^ t tThe requirements of Article I "i" *5? Ja ? Uai T Te , rm ' A " D - 1964 > P r edin County Treasurer's Quar- by U " (s) ALF RED KNOLL, Commissioner Pet 2 (s) j. C . EMMERT, Commissioner Pet 3 (s) C . c . BISH OP, County Judge SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO BEFORE ME, this the 15th day of January A D 1964 (s) LORENE JENKINS, County Clerk in and for Collingsworth County, Texas PRICES GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Folgers Instant , 10 Ox. — COFFEE $1.09 Kim FACIAL TISSUE 2for45* BORDEN'S ICECREAM 1 /a Gallon- 69* Kimbell's APPLE JUICE APPLE CIDER 24 Oz. 2 for 49* Colorado Yellow 4 IBs. ONIONS 254 Cello 2 Pkgs. — CARROTS 234 RED 10 Pounds — Potatoes 354 KIMBELL'S MILK 2 for Tall Casi — GLADIOLA FLOUR 5 Pounds — 49t Armours Campfire BACON 2 Pounds TOP-O-TEXAS SAUSAGE 2 Pounds — LIGHT FLUFF BISCUITS 6 For — 49* County Ksst CORN for Mrs. Tuckers SHORTENING 3 59t Del Monte PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 2 for 65* SHASTA LOW CALORIE DRINK PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT PINEAPPLE-ORANGE *2 ORANGE ••I We Deliver Dial 447-2561 46 oz. We Give S & H Green Stamps Raymond Patron Lurher Sullivan

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