The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 30, 1957 Page: 3 of 19
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Th® Hereford Brand, Hereford, Texas, Thursday, May 30, 1957
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riding and girl;
PERFORMANC ES will bevin at
Easley said the Fritch riding
club is planning on bringing its
horseback square dancing team
and will perform each night at the
The clubs and posses also will
ride’ in the rodeo's grand entry
which will be held Friday night.
Hereford Senior and Junior High
School bands will provide 1....
Officials of the American Assn. I
of Riders Clubs and Sheriff's Pos-
ses also will ride in the parade
according to Harold Easley, pa-
In Partnership Practice
of General Dentistry
907 Park Avenue - Hereford, Texas
be SI .50 for a
cents for children
[HIGHWAY HAZARD *
ANCHORAGE, Alaska W — A
winter sign beside a heavily trav-
j eled traffic, arterial here: “Dog
Golf Match Play
Opens Today at
The first club team golf matches
of the year will be held at the
municipal course today and Sun-
day. Play will be according to re-
gular pro-amateur matches with
18 holes being played today and
18 holes Sunday.
Entry deadline for the match-
es is noon today. Pairings will
be drawn at 8 a.m. today for
early entrants, according to pro
Players will be drawn for fn-—
somes with an A-class player (72-
80) as team captain, i ne other
three will include a B player (81-
88), a C player (89 and up) and a
Each player will receive full
handicaps up to and including 18
strokes, Posey said. Play will
consist of low ball only in the
foursome, including the handi-
Entry fee will be three dollars,
not including green fees. Merchan-
dise prizes will be given to the
four low teams in the vent.
Posey asked all players wishing
to enter to call him at 1584 or
come by tthe pro shop at the
The parade will form at Ave. B
and Park, move down Main to
. Highway 60. sw ing cast to Samp-
i son and north to 4th, where it will
lhe i disband.
THE OFFICERS will bo Crate j
Snider, president, of Ropesville. ,
Everett McArthur, vice president. '
of Spur, and Faust Collier, score- 8 p.m. each day
(Co*.tinned From P.ige 1)
County posse, XIT Rangers
Dalhart, Will Rogers Riders
Amarillo and riding clubs
Sundown, Earth and Fritch.
tary - treasurer. Hereford
Sadie Skelton <»;' Hereford
display her trick riding in
particle. I.:><■..! v.i.up fl.. *.< >
so will .march.
JAMES W. BARNETT
WESLIE B. OWEN
240 East Third
Spcctalis in Air Conditioning and Heating
NORMAN LIVESAY, Mgr.
of Silverton is producing the rode<
and has said his stock is rcste
and ready to buck. Ho Easley o
Clovis. N. M., will be rodeo clowt
and Jack Johnson of Floydada wil
announce the events.
A new saddle will go to th<
coivhoy having the top averag
in riding and the roper with th
highest average also will win :
saddle. The Hereford State Ban'
anti the First National Baid
. each is giving a saddle.
Winners in each of the six event;
will receive a .buckle set. Event:
I include calf roping.
' ging. bareback
bronc riding, bull
The rodeo drew an average o!
1,500 fans per performance las!
IN ADDITION to staging the ro
i deo, the Hereford Riders Club will
j be host for a Walter -Jetton bnr
( becue for visiting riders Friday
! and sponsor a dance each night
, after the rodeo. Tommy Hancock
[ and his band from Lubbock will
play for the dance.
Meredith Ireland wil reign as
!rodeo queen. •
At 4 p.m. 60 members of the
Hereford Merchants Assn, will
give away $1,000 in merchandise
certificates. Anyone may regis
ter in the merchants’ -stores Fri-
day and Saturday.
The drawing will be held in
j First National Bank parking
between Main and Sampson
3rd. The area will be roped off all
day. Certificates will be given to
winners and they must xo to the
store of the giver to get the mer-
Another drawing featuring ar.
J expense - paid trip to Hawaii will
.merchants' give-away. The Oasis
: Shrine Club is sponsoring this
j drawing and proceeds will go Io
j the group's annual crippled chil-
The finals of the rodeo will con-
i elude the celebration.
Mr. and Mrs. Billey Roy Thomp
! ion of Hereford are the parents o
j i girl. Carla Jean. Carla was bor
Monday morning at 9:07 and weigh
*d 4 pounds, 14 . ounces at birth
[he maternal grandparents are Mr
ind the paternal grandparents an
A girl, Dorothy D'lynn, was lion
to Mr. and Mrs. Don Davison o
fereford on Monday at 5:12 p.m
Dorothy weighed 7 pounds, 3’a oun
ces at birth. The maternal grand
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Price .of Hereford and the paternal
grandmother is Mrs. W. W. Dayi
son of Hereford.
Michael Eugene, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Hail of Canyon was born
on Tuesday at 3:35 pm. Michael
weighed 8 pounds l'a ounces at
birth. The maternal grandparent:
are Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McGeath
of Springlake and the paterna
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. F.
L. Hall of Springlake.
Mr. and Mrs. Meguel Reyna of
Hereford are the parents of a girl,
was born at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday
and weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces at
birth. The. maternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Garcia
of Old Mexico and the' paternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Reyna of Lajoa, Tex.
Mr, and Mrs. Billy Case of Here-
ford Were the parents of a boy Sat
urday at 12:20 p.m. The boy weigh-
ed 7 pounds l*a ounces at birth.
A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Jack '("ravers of East St. . Louis.
; Ill. He was born Tuesday and
i weighed 9 pounds at birth. Mrs.
Travers is the former Pat Carney,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. 1
Carney of Hereford.
Keep Police Busy
- City police handled a rash of fen-
der-bending accidents over the
Friday at 3:20 p.m. a car driv-
| en by Sheila Williams,
8th, collided with one
Dorothy Reznik, 15, of
tai property damage
mated at $100.
A car driven by Caro] Kent, 124
Star, was in a collision at 8:20 a.m.
Saturday with an auto driven by
Mrs. Guadalupe Tapat, .33. at the
intersection of Wolf and Blevins.
Damage was estimated at $400.
Saturday at 4:10 p.m. in the 400
I block of Main, cars driven by Jose
I Medina, 36. and Nedra Higginboth-
I am collided and resulted in an es-
I timated $215 in damage.
Monday at 9:45 a.m. cars driv-
en by Gilbert Merritt Jr., 20, Rt.
4. and Jimmie Boyd, 16, 111 J,
I collided on Ave. F, just off Park.
1 Estimated damage was $400.
| Patrolman Joel Newman, who
I handled three other accidents Fri-
I day during the tornado scare, opin-
I ed that “the. twister must not Have
I had anything to do with it. They
I just keep having them.”
Saminie Leslv Is
LEXINGTON, Mo..-Cadet Sam-
ny Lesly. son of Mr. and Mrs. |
-other Lesly, Route 4, Hereford. |
las been awarded a high school,
rack letter for hfs superior per-
ormance in varsity sports compe-
ition at Wentworth Military aca-
lemy this spring.
The award was approved by
Wentworth's athletic coi ned upon
he recommendation of Capl. Al
(amra, prep track coach.
The letter awards were made at I
1 special convocation, presenta- |
tions being made by Capt. John
Rcadecker, athletic director.
Has Pledge Service I
The Wesleyan Service Guild of
the First Methodist Church hold its
innual pledge service in Ward Hall
Tuesday evening with Mrs. Birdene
Huff and Miss Colline Brown as ■
Mrs. Geraldine Whelan presented I
a program on "We Love — Then j
We Give.” assisted by Mrs. Avis |
Brown, Mrs. Jeane Dowell and |
Mrs. Rubye Crawford.
Refreshments were served to I
Mesdames Rubye Crawford, Avis i
Brown, Jeane Dowell, Geraldine !
Whelan, Lavella Durham, Caudie
Ola Brown, Birdene Huff, Misses ;
Colline Brown, Ona Hammer, spe-'
cial guests Mrs. William J. Stan-
ford and Miss Nancy Crawford.
REV. SCOTT AT MEETING
The Rev. Howard Scott, pastor
of the First Baptist Church of
Hereford, was present at the an-
nual spring meeting of the Way-
land College Board of Trustees in
The trustees adopted a $632,291.-
25 budget for 1957-58, accepted the
establishment of a student aid fund I
and approved granting of tuition j
for wives or husbands of faculty
members who desire to continue .
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Texas Baptist Colleges, was nam-
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Clark, Roy M. The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 30, 1957, newspaper, May 30, 1957; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1211937/m1/3/: accessed April 2, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.