The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 55, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 5, 1940 Page: 3 of 8
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U< THE CALDWELL NEWS
THURSDAY, September 5, 1940
OK'S POINT—Robert Trcalek
Miver Englcmann report that
barrow, which is hcinic fed out
the Dallas Fair, weighs 176
nds. He is feeding him corn and
Itrvey Worthington's flock of
teys is progressing nicely. They
being fed ami also kept on pas-
ohert R. Trcalek relates that
white leghorn chickens are do-
3UÍ& Schoeneman is proud that
vlll be ready to gather his corn
he near future.
<^fin Phelps reports that his
¿ SEPTEMBER 8
Girls' 4-H Club News
Several girls of our club did not
Pint Winner of Popular Beof Breed
(•rand Champion Shorthorn Bull
of the 1930 Shorthorn Show at the
State Fair of Yexm. Shown by
C. M. Carra way and Sons of De-
Leon. The Shorthorn Show at the
1940 State Fair b expected to be
largest ever held in the Southwest.
Due to the increased pop::la.v
of the breed in Texas and the in
creased demand for feeders in
Texas, the American Shorthorn
Breeders Association has added .')■'>
per cent to the published premiums
offered in this classiflrntion.
fersey heifer is growing rapidly.
Lloyd Spittler's barrow is pro-
gressing nicely. He is feeding him
the Burleson County hog feed and
Willie Marek has started picking
his cotton. A good yield is reported.
NKW TABOR -Johnnie Surovik
The hoys of our club were very
disappointed because they could
not attend the party at Bowers'
Lake given by the 4-H club girls.
tíeoi g ■ Zavodny is proud of the
weight of his hog. It is gaining
weight as rapidly as it should.
t'ALDWKLL .ÍFÍS, J. Skrivanek
Tommy Mneik gathered his corn
last week. A good yield is reported.
a Finer Flavored
His peanuts will be gathered soon.
Marvin Ginzcl relates that his
three Holstein heifers are growing
Edward Coufal picked his cotton
Preston Kiel also picked his five
acres of cotton. A good crop is ex
Andrew Hein's 154 turkeys are
Edwin Ginzel's Holstein heifer is
growing and looking fine.
Johnnie Masar reports that his
pigs are doing fine. They weigh
over 150 pounds each.
Doyle Wiederhold's three Duroc
Jersey gilts are doing fine. They
are on pasture.
get to go to the encampment at
the Bowers' Lake the past week.
Lucille, Evelyn, and Alice Vance
report that they have canned eight
hundred and sixty-six containers
from their garden. They also have
cleaned their garden and planted
several things in their fall garden.
The Chriesman Girls' 4-H Club
will meet at the home* of LaNelle
Matejowsky Friday afternoon, Sep-
tember 6, at 2 o'clock.
The club members enjoyed the
Cameron swimming party given by
the social committee, Monday night,
Bes.s Jackson, Dorothy Kornegay,
LaNelle Matejowsky, Tommy Jack-
son, Alice Jo Gasper, Dorothy Nell
Marek, Jane Jackson, and Jessie
Woods attended the 4-H club girls'
encampment at Bowers' take Au-
gust 28 and 29. The club sponsors,
Mrs. Ray Sewell and three guests,
Mrs. Tom Jackson of Chriesman,
Hazel Richards of Cameron, and
Lola .Mae Woods of Milano, attend-
ed with the club members. Miss
Ona Jacks, State 4-H Club Agent,
addressed the club members on
Advantages of Being a 4-H Club
Bess .Jackson modeled her dress
in the dress modeling.
CALDWELL—Mary Lee Reichie
The encampment is now over
and there won't be any for another
year. The club reporter, Mary Lee
Reichie, did not go but those who
did attend reported a very enjoy-
able time. The girls enjoyed the
games and swimming very much
and also did the elderly women who
attended the occasion.
The club reporter reports that
she heard Miss Foulds, county home
demonstration agent, and Mrs. Bill
Giesenschlag, and the two girls
from the Cook's Point Club over
the radio Saturday morning. August
31, on the Texas Farm and Home
Hour. The program was very inter
esting. Miss Foulds gave the radio
audience a complete detail of what
the girls and women did while at
the encampment and also that they
were unable to give their party and
had to leave and come home in the
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A female housefly may become
a great-grandmother in 60 day~.
A man with a hoe is the best
Some folks worry o much about
getting ready for that rainy day
that they can't enjoy the sunny
Turkeys will not move very far
for wat r during the her.t of the
:ty Wat; r should be placed where
the turkeys -st and not across the
I nited Stnt.>s farmers have
nough grains in 1940, including
Ever-Normal Granary reserves, to
produce 7S pounds of purk for
•very > ne of ih- 132,000,000 people
in the nation i r 14 pounds more
thru each p -rso-i at" in 1939.
If all the 1940 United State,
v h at crop plus the supply in the
Kvor NormH Granary were used
for food, it would provide every
man, woman and child in the na-
tion with twice as much bread,
cereal and other wheat foods as
nch ate in the entire year of 1939.
Leading hotels in ¡x number of
ties are featuring "turkey steaks.'
Tin- m< at of the turkey is -emoved
from th • bones with a special bon-
ing knife. It is cut into steaks of
light and d.irk meat, as desired, in
any size from n half-pound up. The
steaks are fried slowly in melted
fat in a heavy covered skillet and
COOK'S POINT—Miriam Norcross
There were three girls from the
Cook's Point 4-H club who attended
the girls' 4-H club encampment at
Bowers' Lake. They were Willie
Mae Odstrcil, Jean Slpittler and
Miriam Norcross. We played games
and sang songs which we all en-
joyed very much. We had several
demonstrations and talks gi.v.i
throughout our encampment. We
went swimming Thursday after-
noon and had a fraud time. We are
¡II proud of our girls. Jean Spittler
and Oweda Payne. They assisted
Miss Isabelle Foulds by singing
during her program she presented
over KPRC Saturday. August 31.
( HH1ESMAN HOME DEMON-
Mrs. E. L. (Jasper
There were twelve of the Chries-
man Home Demonstration Club
members who attended the Wo-
man's Club encampm nt at the
Bowers' Lake. They were Mesdames
H. C. Kornegay. L. <>. Kornegay,
Jim Sewell, Ben Bauman. Tom Jack-
son, E. L. (Jasper, Will Speckman,
A. 11. Richardson, .lob Price, Hen-
ry Boedeker. Pierce Philp, Ray
Sewell. All reported a pleasant
The Chriesman Home Demonstra-
tion Club met with Mrs Tom .lack-
son on the 13th of August, llad^a
covered dish lunch and ipiilted two
quilts for Mrs. .lack-on. There were
lfi members present in the after-
We will have our regular club
meeting next Thursday. Sept. ;>
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Smith, G. A. The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 55, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 5, 1940, newspaper, September 5, 1940; Caldwell, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth175422/m1/3/: accessed August 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.