The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 67, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, May 6, 1955 Page: 4 of 8
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THE CALDWELL NEWS
FRIDAY, MAY t, IN*
WANT AOS Tp'
blepar ward for
rait l« Ms pir
•a «H atortMag Weiaeeiay
• S year oM
Owli Bras. Dairy of
Caldwell a I year old J«ntj and
8anltary Ftm Duki of Cald-
well aad Bryan a S year old
Gueneef, Tkcsc wore chose!)
Female Bread Champion .
Johnny J. Drgac of Caldwell
with a 8 yoar old Holateln and
Davit Broa. Dairy of Caldwell
with a 1 year old Jersey, were
presented rosettes for the two
Male Breed Champions.
The exhibitors were presented
v*ith ribbons based on fifty cents
a point. Blue ribbons were four
points, Red ribbons were three
points, White, 2 points and Yel-
low, 1 point.
Following is a list of the win-
ners In their various age classes;
Aged cows, 4 years and up; H. G.
Huchee, B, Pape Dairy, B, Stel-
ka Dairy, B, WolVerton Dairy R,
Buddy Bill AddisOn, R, Lee Al-
ford, lit, R, Stefka Dairy, W,
E. A. Varner, W, E. A. Varner, W.
Three-Four year old cows; Stubbs
Dairy I, Sanitary Dairy, B, Davis
Bros. Dairy, B, Charlee Orsak. R,
Davis Schoeneman.W, Phil Al-
fold Jr, W, W. M. Sims, Y. Two-
three year old cows; Gene Welch,
B, Phil Alford Jr, R, Charles
Telg, W, Mann Dairy, W. One-
two year old heifers; Phil Alford
Jr., B, Phil Alford Jr., B, Davis
Bros. Dairy, B, Joe F. Sebesta, B,
J. W. Brinkman, R, Pape Dairy,R,
Billy Addison, R, Mann Dairy, R,
Wolverton Dairy, W, Lee Alford
III, W. Heifers under one year:
Phil Alford Jr. B, Phil Alford Jr.
B, Louis Neil Smith, B, Gene
Welch, B, Phil Alford Jr., B, Phil
SN FORD Tractors good condition, new paint 675.00
9N FORD Tractors new paint runs good, only 395.00
"C" Allis Chalmers, w-equipment (was 795.) 650.00
"(•" Allis Chalmers, w-equipment (was 645.) 545.00
"H" John Deere, Cultivator & bedder (was 475.) 345.00
Case hay balers — 3 — each 350.00
International Wire tie Baler ready to go, only 450.00
Used rakes, mowers, etc., ask for a price
BRYAN TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO.
Ted A. Hopkins, Manager — Bryan, Texas
father of two children, Madeline
age 6 and Eddie who ia throe.
Mia Miller ia teaching the 7th
grade in Caldwell.
At the close of this school
term in May, Coach Miller will
go to Cynp Stewart for Boya at
Kerrville, as a counselor for six
weeks, then to Texas High 8chool
Coaching Bchool in San Antonio
the first week in August. He will
then take over his coaching duties
The Groveton Indians Schedule
Sept. 9 — Alto at Alto
Sept. 16 — Crockett at Grove-
Sept. 23 — Anahuac at Grove-
Sept. 30 — Grapeland at
Oct. 7 — Vidor at Groveton.
•Oct. 21— Corrigan at Groveton.
Oct. 28 — Elkart at Elkart
♦Nov. 4 — Trinity at Trinity.
♦Nov. 11 — Diboll at Groveton.
♦Nov. 18 — Woodville, at Wood-
Alford Jr., B, David Schoenemnn,
B, Sanitary Farm Dairies, R,
Charles Smith, R, Charlie Stubbs,
R, Stefka Dairy, W, Mann Dairy,
W, Lee Alford III, W, Allan Pape
W, Jimmy Pape, W, Lamar Dr-
gac, W. Bulls two years and over:
Johnny J. Drgac, B, Davis Bros.
Dairy, B. l'hil Alford Jr.. B.
Hulls one-two years: Mann Dairy,
P.. Davis Bros. Dairy, R, under
one year: Davis Bros. Dairy, B,
Sanitary Farm Dairy. R
(Continued from page 1)
CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP
Monday, May 2nd
I HAVE PURCHASED THE
HIGHWAY 21 AND HILL STREET
FROM J. E. FOSTER
AND WILL OPERATE BUSINESS
UNDER THE FIRM NAME
Humble Service Station
FEATURING HUMBLE PRODUCTS
glittering costume to be worn by
members of the court in the pro-
cession down the main streets of
Brenkam aad in the coronation
activities that night.
' Friday's first day parade is
scheduled to begin promptly at
10 a. m. The junior coronation
that night will begin at 8 p. m.
at Fireman's Park Stadium. An
estimated 900 children will take
part in the junior coronation.
Friday night's dance after the
coronation will feature music by
a western band. Another dance
the following night will have u
popular band. Both balls are sch-
eduled for Fireman's Park pavi-
Carnivals, rides and concessions
will be available on the park
grounds. There will be no charge
to the grounds.
B. P. Greenwade, Maifest chair-
main for the second consecutive
year and father of this year's
junior king expects this festival
to be the most spectacular ever.
"We extend a special invita-
tion to all our friends in neigh-
boring towns to visit with us on
this occasion," Greenwade says.
• Miss Dusek
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the national organization.
Only ten honorary memberships
on the national level have been
granted since the society was
founded in 191H. Darlene Downer,
president of Gamma Sigma Chap-
ter and national historian, prel-
ented Miss Dushc with the Ph.
Theta Kappa k and certifica: '
at the ceremony in the Kin Hot-
During the lí'áó National <"on
vention, Miss Dushek conducted
a workshop on "Methods of Main-
taining an Acti'.e Local Chapter"
and her chapte was recojni?.-d
as the second most active in the
nation and then scrapbook re-
ceived honorable mention.
FEEDS — Your stoek will be
fed the feed of prise-winning
stock if you buy your feed from
us. Smith-Soibert Produce Co.,
Phone 42, Casper 8eibert, Mana-
ger, Caldwell. jft-«-4toc)
FOR CORSAGES call us. Corsage
arrangement is an art ia itself.
Yon will agree when you see
ours. Alma's Flaersr Shop, High-
way 21, Caldwell, Texas, Phone
268-J. < -6-4tsc)
WATCH REPAIRING — How
long since you had your watch
cleaned ? It must be cleaned at
least once a year to keep accurate
time and give long service. See
Sol Klein Jeweler, 208 W. 2tUh
St., 2 doors East of P. O., Bryan,
CHIROPRACTOR — Dr. Lofton
says — Scores of women have
found relief from their distress-
ing ailments, when spinal adjust-
ments relieved pinched nerves
and restored normal nervous
activity to the parts affected. —
Dr. A. V. Lofton, Chiropractor,
302 West Fox, Phone 114, Cald-
well, Texas. (5-6-4tac)
Dr. Carlton R. Lee
B. 2t — Bryan, Teapa
see as and 8AVE
SPECIAL QUANTITY PRICES
on GALVANIZED AND BLACI'
WOODSON LUMBER COMPANY
NOTICE— For .'ire, aut< mobil
insurance, real estate and loan
tontart J. W. Gray General In
Euraiue. caldwell, Texas, Phom
No. 41?. (2-J7-tfc).
REGISTERED cocker puppies
Hoarding, gror.mirg, Feed, sup
phes. THE BAYAhD KENNEL*,
on Highway 6, ..uib >f Colk,.
Station '? 29-tfi >
AUTO BODY WORKS — The
wrecked ears which we rebuild
not only look as good as new
they are as go«>d as new. if not
better. Our work is thorough,
scientific and guaranteed.
Harvey Motor Co., Phone 257.
Caldwell, Texas. (5-6-4tsc t
FOR SALE Fi'ur room ho\is<
at 302 North Thomas. Price $&• ""
Small down payment, balan,
monthly. .See J. W Gray, < a
w« II. Texas, telephone office t'\
residence 306. < f - G-1f<• >
FOR SALE 5 full crovn
male g ats. First 128.>0 wiil Vr.
the whole lot. Contact K if
Jones, Route 1, CaUwei'. Tex.t
WANTED TO BUY — Go-d
yellow Hybrid ear^jprn. See Bur
leson County Co- Op Store, Cald-
well, Texas. (9-3-tfc)
m Wart Fox 81.
I Dr. F. Buriles Bevel
FARMERS and RANCHERS
CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING
V-CRIMP IRON ROOFING
BARBED WIRE AND FENCE
see us and SAVE
WOODSON LUMBER CoMPAN
FOR SALE Six mom fratn
hou-"- moved off lot S
M r ro. permit, 40/ "'e.; F . ■
Caldwell or phone .'CO. t4 15-tfel
« 4 2Í ! t - fi
Huli.-t ...' !(S l-.t
14tH. Sf < ;il(Ju,
H. D. Club
May 1-7 ha been proclaimed
as National Home Demonstration
Club Week and will be observed
by Home Demonstrtaion Clubs th
nation over. The Burleson Count;
Clubs will observe likewise ar.<i
in various ways. Several ci.ios
will meet for cancer bandage rnak
ing, and welcome the other ladies
in the communities to come in
and help out with this worthy
cause. Exhibits on Civil Defense
work will be set up in store "Win-
dows in Somfrville and Caldwell
to show the people some of the
ways they can help themselves
should they need to be ready for
such emergency. Do watch the
windows for these exhibits dur-
ing this period.
FOR ATHLETES FOOT
Use T-4-L for 3 to 6 days.
Watch th* old tainted skin slough
off leaving healthy, hardy skin.
If not pleased with powerful, in-
stant-drying T-4-L, your 40c back
at any drug store, today at
Holubee's Drug. (5-6-4tsc)
STOP BY AND LET US SERVE YOU
PLANNED LIFE INSURANCE
We can look into your future and
predict finar.'ial security for y-u
becau-e we can off -i y<>" ?h<
plan of insurance that will gi".
you th protection you ü' • i!
Steve Shiller. 301 West Fox St ,
Phone 177, Caldwell. (5-6-4tsc)
FOUND Strayed into my pas
ture near Rita eight cows and
ten yearlings. Some are branded
SON on left side and some are
branded H on left hip. Owners
are urged to get the*e animéis
off my property and pay me for
this ad, damage done and feed
eaten during the time they have
been loose on my land. Cleveland
Smith, Cause, Texas, route one.
—- - I
WANTED — < .tr hop. F.ight<
ears of age or c.'r. Good pa
plus tips ¡Hid mea'«. <
W.'dnesdav. Rooms g ia rant'-, • 1
Jerry's Pla«-\ Be'lvilK Te, ,
Phi-ne 952o or 583W '!> !t
AUTO WASHING -- Wheels '
ten net out of alignment becau
dirt in the chassis has <- u
excessive wui to connecting
part*. Prevent car trouble a>
t-xn. r se by having vour
washed regularly by us. We cleft-
it thoroughly. Stovall-Novos
t, o.oo no, • hly i
•)!': .. :i!"o h '> e
i¡(..i > at • o mor.thl%
-ee It; « ".«I ! W . \\
ci edit i ef- t' n< to t 're.
ge. Fti.mdf n Piano
1<I7 E.st 5ih Street.
Texas ( < J'J- Jt <
Motor Co., Phony 1K9, Caldwe i. HotIlr<1's cafetefta>
DON"! SCRATCH THAT ITCH!
IN JUST 15 MINUTES
If not pleased, your 40c baeii
at any drug store. Try inst int-
drying ITCH-ME-NOT at any
time of day or night to KILL
germs ON CONTACT. Fine for
eczema, ringworm, foot itch and
other surface itches. Today a- -
Holubee's Drug Store. (5-6-4w i
GROCERIES — Quality groceries
at money saving prices. Trade
with us. Our community interests
are your community '••■terests'
Piwor ka Grocery é Servi'.e St,; .
Highway 21, Caldwell, Teva
Phone 111, (5-6-4tsc)
FOR SALE — Twelve and or.c
half gauge No. 2 spools barbed
wire, 80 rods in length. |6.86 per
spool. Caldwell Feed A Egg,
Caldwell, Texas, phone 20. (6-
Sat, May 7th
AT • A. M
Manas & Son Mkt.
SpoBMrad hy v. r. w.
Pleaty of MWaae Cakea, Plea,
Please have your TURKEY
EGGS at the hatchery by noon
SATURDAY for setting
WE WILL HAVE BABY
(HICKS EVERY MONDAY
Highway 21—Caldwell, Texas
FOR RENT Fr.< ro m > fur
lushed hoU'!1. |„r moot I
Contact Allie Bani- tt, <
RESTALRANT — Dine out more
often! The whole faniil> wi!i
enjoy Hut r!elicM>us meals
30n N Col
(10 22-tic > I
NEW A Í SED CARS
0. L. Alford, Jr
lege, Bryan, Texas.
Let Us Serve You !
Our laundry service is reason-
able and satiüfactorv
Bring your clothes to us
We can tender one-day service
Mrs Eva Mynar, Prop
Dr. N. W. Deason
214 NORTH MAIN
NOTICE — The annual St
Joseph - 1 hurrh bazaar and
picnir will b« held at Th.
S P. J. S. 1. Hall in Dim-
Bo* on Sunday, September
IMth. If 7 ."), Pleas* wjieh for
further announccmi it latrr in
I h« Commi'tee
AUTO, TRUCK é TRACTOR
REPAIR. BODY A FENDER
WORK. SEE US TODAY !
Allen Silvers A Jimmy Joe
Bills - 101 North Main
FOR RENT — Small furnished
house. Utilities paid. $36 per
month. See B. E. Smith, 206 S
Broadway or phone 491.
(Brick I two
Í room house —
blocks from Post-
fix to suit tenant
to rent bed room*,
$76.00 per month. $«0.0© an it jg,
Mrs C. W Matsoti. Rockdale.
FOR SALE — White gravel, red
gravel, top soil, and fill sand
without nut grass. Private roads
and drives graveled. Also have
feed lot fertiliser See or call
Collie tierdes. Caldwell Phone
FOR RENT — House on highway
21 at Cooks Point. See J. J.
Skrivnnek Sr. or write J. J
Skrivanek Jr., 606 Kyle, Collefe
Station, Texas. (4-16-tfc)
Minneapolis-Molina Rotary Roes
available for immediate delivery.
Two row 1171.11 and 4 row
$887.66. Come by or phone 1S9.
Stovall-Novoaad Motor Company
New & Used
AND AC( ESSORIES
AeraM From Past Office
FOR SALE — Fifty lota in Simt.
son Addition in Wsst Caldwell
See W E. Simpson, Caldwell
ARE YOU INTERESTED? it ,
remodeling or repainting yon
home? Under our Title I FHA
plan, which is available. We fur*
nish the labor and materials
There is no down payment am
yon hare 66 months to pay. Fre*
estimates made. MUTUAL LUM
■ER COMPANY. Phone 4 , Cald
well, Tesaa. (6-7-vfcl'
EXPERT wateh and dock repairs
Reasonable prices. Work fuaran
teed. Trade-Ins taken en new
'vatchee. Murray's Watch and
Jewelry Mop, 608 North Main
rtreat, Bryan, Texas. (6-14-tfc)
FOR SALE — Stock In yraeeiy
store located aeroes from the post
OTilCf m OOHIVPfUlf. H* RVfircitM |
Louis Ladnkky, Baa SIS,
lie er call Slit. (««.Mel
SXFMT OPTICAL JSWBUIT S WATCH RETAIS
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The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 67, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, May 6, 1955, newspaper, May 6, 1955; Caldwell, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176167/m1/4/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.