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Lubbock, Texas
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Wednesday, March 18, 1942
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ty/b--rHE MORNING AVALANCHE Lubbock, Texas, Wednesday, March 18, 1942 4343 For The Avatomcrie-JournoI Offices First performance of Tech's |ph Talent To Be On Parade Tonight Innual Varsity Show Scheduled Parade Of Breeding- Cattle Started At Fat Stock Show ' Bv The AJ'-iciafti FORT WORTH, March 17.- . ^ parade of breeding caitle cham-£l UCUUi IlMJIUe Ul J-l/WIi » - 4 1 J 441- f A -41- second ahnuaS varsitv show, "Little P jons . st i rte j! at (tho '? rt - v ^'->' th Things Like This,"" will be held! a ™ * |o ut . hw «tcrn Exposition tonight in the Lubbork hi 0 hi ? - !ld Iat Stock show today with a Lubbock hiehjV . , . -•."» L^J ,.^., „ at 8:15 o'clock. i la ?»e part of the early show-goers ,.4 __ ; witnessin the selection of the in the Lubbock school auditorium _. _. Jeff Coffey is director. ^Musical and dance rat?' e from classital to til • ii , ,rt T ' v "' - 1<J 111 I-*'VJ1 J k-MIVjii IJIUViJ A Cilia 1C bocgie ai-ransements Tech champion Hereford females, talent is used throughout and the ,-,,. . ., . , . same rmrfm-man™ i"i'i i™ nroc-^^*.: Climaxing the juoging of . ; witnessing the selection of the ' grand champion Abe'rdcen-Angus numbers j and Shorthorn bulls the- grand ™ nc Y champion Shorthorn female and I fS f* h _1 ________ • - * v r ' i« -i ,-,,. . .. . , . 3 performance wi'.l be present- ., C1 ™ axl11 / the W „„:„ . 0 ™ 0 ,.,. c .,, ~;«u. Aberdeen-Angus bulls '"""A '."V"»" ".t-l^ ; selection of Prince Su: Cast Is Announced the \\as the „. . Sunbeam 2nd of the S. C. Fullerton exhibit from „_ , . ,— , , . — 7, "i "ie o. i— ruueiion exnion irom Members me uded in the dra- | Miami. Okla., as grand champion SM ™ I t sh £ w ^ re J°. hn i bull. The animal, previously select- Hill, Olan iVatson, Buddy Spra- ed as junior champion b3un> dc . gue Jack Terrell, John Norris, fealed lhe senior champion bull, Ernestine Gamble, Jane Prickett,! Envious Blackcap B 10th, for the Betty Rhea Calawell, Bill Chris-|g rand champion ribbon. -Envious Betty tian. —, , ,_ , ' • ^ gliinu ei^iiiupl Barhsra Halo, .Joe Tom I Black B 10th was exhibited by ?_<>!»> B. and Elliott Brown of Ross bara Forrest and Lehmer „, Ja „." . f . . . ! Illinois Female Wins Directors of the show include ; Divide Patience 51st, owned by Coffey, general airector: Kitti j Mathers Brothers, .Mason City, Coney, diamatic director; her nil., was adjudged the senior cham- rfl«n» a rfi,» n ^. j e; u- - S / a i r ' P' on f °male, and defeated Eveldale dance director; and his assistants! Rosewood 10th. also of the fciHie Mane Miller and Sylva Mathers' exhibit, for the grand -«^-".-'-«="'»,,, v,. «. mcrtucii WheeJock: Lee Heatley, sets and ; ; championship. Leveldale Rosewood of Austin, J. E. Parker of Odessa, costumes director; Norman Wiley, loth Von the junior champion M bb Wallace of Sonora, Jim Her- musical director; and his assistant, female award 'mg of McGregor and Bruce Dun- Bill McEachern who also has! r- o T ^ ^c- <- -«,u ^ L car > of Waco, mnrip tho Tnncinoi vrm^aorr.^i* : .*-• **•• Lady uniet oOtn, shown by ci,r.,*v.«,— 01 T Glass Boards Is Newest Creation (By Th? A'sodated Pr«s> NEW YORK, March 17,—A new "Mac" a 12-months old Hereford calf owned by Milton Eckert, Mason county 4-K club boy, as the grand champion steer. Eckerc \vas presented a silver trophy last 4,4^.. iw.xn., uian-u *i.-<— 1\ new night by John C. Burns, president i war material, glass boards, made of the stock show. ;of /jlass fibers finer than any The reserve ciiamplon steer is j human hair, was announced here "Blackout," an Aberdeen-Angus! today by the Oivnes-Corniiig owned and exhibited by Robert F.! Fiberglass corporation. Crcsajj of White Heath, 111. ' "" •---•--- • At the Aberdeen-Angus Breeders association auction, ti4 animals were sold for a total oJ. §14,170. Top sale was a bull, Enchantress Erica's pride, owned by A. JL). Bradshaw of Smithshire, 111., and sold to Texas Technological college ot Lubbock. for $80U. James M. Brook of Brady was re-elected president of the "Texas Hereford association at its annual banquet last night. Charles Pettit of Walnut Spring was chosen vice president and Edwin R. Johnson of Brady was re-elected secretary- treasurer. Directors added by the assocte- These glass boards are intended as substitutes for cork, which come from Spain and Portugal and is getting short. The new glass may not make good bottle corks, but it will replace cork for very cold refrigerator insulation and for roof insulation. Finer Than Eiderdown Both purposes directly affect the war effort, the low temperature refrigeration for military and civilian food preservation and'the roofing materal for war factories New roofs are expected to require 300,000,000 board feet of insulation in the next two years, mainly for war plants. Refrigeration will take tion were Henry Ai ledge ot Knox ] over 200,000,000 board feet this City, J. L. Frazier of Lampasas, Ernest Grissom of Abilene, Mans Hoggett of Mertzon, C. A. McAden Bill McEachern who also has i r R T _,„ ^, •- , made the musical arrangement, 'c^ ^cMll - -..._ Others Aid Show [ hom3i was j udged the champion Persons who have furthered | Hereford female. Reserve cham- progress in the show xvith their j pion fema le of the Hereford divi- musical contributions are Hugh s ion is M-\V Miss English, Lamar Jacques, and shown bv Milky Thurman Creekmore. i _ . . . - •> Those in the ballet chorus are: Betty Rhea Caldwell, Louise Lewis, Sylva Wheelock, Billie Marie Miller. Barbare Hale, Marguerite Nobles, Barbara Forrest, Ivy Lee McKay, Virginia Hall, Roberta Owen, Ernestine Gamble, Billie Coker, Dorothy Staton, Norma Younger. Frances Watson Marian Kendall, Mona Pierce, Rowena McKinley, Lee Jackson! Milton Broyles, Bill Christian, Jimmie Hooser, Frank McDaniel Domino 54th, Way farms, Pulaski, Tenn. In the poultry show Tuesday, a Jess Ballew, Chocky Fair. Peter tslanda and At the last report Tuesday afternoon practically all of the reserved tickets had been sold for the Wednesday night's perform- snce and many of those for Thursday night were already sold Tickets are 50 and 75 cents and may be bought at John Halsey drug, Mark Halsey's number 2 or the Tech Administration building. Tech Flower Judging Team Wins Fourth In Contest At Chicago Texas Tech's flower judging team was awarded fourth place at the National Flower show at Chicago Monday hi competition with colleges, and universities from over the country, O. B. Howell. horticulturalist and team coach! messaged Dr. A. W. Young, head of the plant industry department of the college, Tuesday. Cornell placed first;" Ohio State university, second; Illinois, third; Texas Tech, fourth; Pennsylvania, fifth and Missouri, sixth. Dr. Young expressed himself as well pleased with the results of the placing. In individual placings Mark Meile tied for seventh place; Billy Nevin placed eighth and Norman Jones,! twelfth. Howell and the team planned to remain in Chicago Tuesday to visit the show. They will return later in the week. Buy A Defense Bond TODAY! Rhode Island Red rooster, owned by Kubish and Robertson, Oklahoma City, was selected as champion cock. A. & M. Swine Winner An entry of Texas Agricultural & Mechanical college was picked as the best Duroc barrow in judging in the swine barn. It was a medium-weight animal. Oklahoma A. &: M. won the prize for the best pen o£ three Duroc barrows with a light-weight trio. Seven special delegations, plus a long list of judging events combined, to bring large crowds to the grounds today. On hand to celebrate their day at the show were groups from __„„__ .w~^*-^ ^iVflAJJO J.JLW111 Minerals Wells, Eastland, Meridian, Dalhart, Temple, and Ranger. It was also XIT day at the exposi- can of Waco. Shorthorns Show Increase Howard Gramlich of Chicago, secretary of the American Shorthorn association, told the Milking Short horn Association of Texas that Shorthorn business the nation over showed an increase every month for the last 22 months. Officers elected by the association were: Seth Barwise of Fort Worth, president; Don F. Bright of Sulphur Springs, vice president; W. F. Eckhardt of Wortham, secretary and Paul Hamilton of Fort Worth, treasurer. New directors elected were Dr. H. V. Cardona of Fort Worth, w! B. Joiner of Arlington, Jack Gdlespie of Lancaster and Hamil- tonu Re-elected were W. W. Gibson of AmariUo, C. L. Haggard of Piano, retiring president; W. Terrell Sledge of Kyle and Barwise, Bright and Eckhardt. year. The glass fibers are finer than anything existing in nature except eiderdown. They arc so fine that !aid end to end the fiber produced in the United States in one day would reach to the sun and back again. Tech Engineers Will Hold Ceremony Today Engineering students at Texas Technological college this morning will conduct an annual ceremony commemmorating St. Patrick. The ceremony gets underway at 10:30 o'clock. The ceremony will be the reventh annual held in memory of the patron saint of the engineers. A bronze plaque will be substituted for a block of tile in cloisters of (he main engineering building. Wesley Powell of Clarendon, chairman of the Tech chapter of the American Society o£ Mechanical Engineers, will direct the program. The.ceremony was postponed from Tuesday. Cattlemen filed through the gates early to witness the judging of Herefords and Shorthorns in the coliseum arena. Arkansas Judgers Win Judges announced this morning that the University of Arkansas won first place in the Southwest dairy student judging contest. Second place went to Texas A. & M. college. W. Gibson of Oklahoma A. & M. won individual honors in the . contest. Second place went to D L. Moore of Texas A. & M. John Tarleton Agricultural college annexed first place in the general livestock judging contest for junior agricultural colleges. Second place went to Sul Ross State Teachers college. Joe Greer of John Tarlefon won individual honors with second place going to E. G. Walker of Sul Ross. Aggravating Gas Whea atomich £** BBBXXU to smother yon, nsd joa cin hirdlj uk« l deep br«th, try ADLZRIKA. FIVE unninttiTes to -wma tad gootlia tiia stomach &nd expel f is, itnd THRKE tmtiTes for gentle, quick boir»l action. At jonr Draj Store. A D LE R I K A Mark Halsey Drag Store* LAST WEEK Of Groce's 16fh Anniversary URNITURE SALE Be wise and buy now as down payments will be increased and a shorter time fo pay is fo become effective March 23. Your last day is March 21 st. ...BUY NOW! General Electric Refrigerators, as long as they last. FUR COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS 1 SOI Broadway Free Parking Dial 9531 RETIRED AMARiLLO CHANT PMiSES HOYT'S Was Relieved of Kidney Distress, Dizzy Spells, Indigestion, Nervousness, And Severe Muscular Pains Thanks to Hoyt's, States Mr. Young. "I am a man of 75 years and feel that since Hoyt's Compound has brought me such effective relief, my remaining years will be spent in greater comfort and ease," said Mr. David Young, retired Amarillo furniture dealer. "I am a pioneer of the Panhandle of Texas, and have lived in Amarillo 31 years. I retired from business about ten years ago as my health began to fail. The past three years I have had kidney misery and its attendant evils I suffered muscular pains, dizzy spells and constipation and nervousness, gas pains, belching and bloating. I could not eat without a sour stomach and gas pains. There was a knotty sensation in my stomach. I could not sleep as I would have to get up many times each night and the pains across my back were terrible. I have tried various remedies with only temporary effect. I spent large sums of money, but received no results. "With Hoyt's Compound I ex- ® MR. DAVID YOUNG perienced relief from the very beginning. The dizziness disappeared. I no longer arise at night. The muscular pains became less frequent. I now eat anything without suffering My bowels are normal and all traces of sourness is gone. I get regular rest and sleep and my nerves are in the best condition. I have found the medicine that will give me permanent relief from afflictions." 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