The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 67, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, May 6, 1955 Page: 5 of 8
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FIIDAY, MAY I, IMS
Tin: CALDWELL ÍÍEWS
New Method Is *
Used To Nuk
A mw BMtbod of Mlaetini holi-
days for Caldwell has been iatro-
duced by direetere of Caldwell
Chanter of Commerce with tha
hopa of developing mora satis-
faction «none tha merchants, wha
hnve continuously directed criti-
cism at Mm liilMiy chelae af
holidajra down through the yea ra.
A committee of arrea busineae-
jwn was naaaed to aelect holi-
days and the Mat of holiday* will
be mailed to even laaasbattt i
town and they wAfctn turn, check
the holidays they want The card*
will be returned to the commit-
tee and the holidays for the nest
year will be*the holidays named
in majority by the merchants.
The selecting committee is
composed of Colbert Drgac, Man-
ual FeiK«*nbauni, Fete Hein, Glenn
Schiller, Ray Harvey, Herman
Boedeker and Bob Siptak.
Caldwell Last In
District 38 A
• H0SK1NS '
a • a
a a a a a a a
Sunday services were well at
tended Mai Rev. 0. It Clanton
brought «Wo fine meaaages Visi-
tors im'Úm. Sunday servtces were
^ a** Jim Ayera, Baron
Boyd and Mrs Caaper and grand-
daughter of Chrlesman. little
Judy Massay, daughter of Mr and
Mia Bay. Maaaey af Caldwell, Mr
and Mrs Ivy Bradbury cf Bakers-
field, Calif., who were guests of
Mr and Mrs O. W. Nichols. Mrs
Bradbury is a slater of Mrs.
Mr afcd Mrs Jim Ayera were
dinner„ guepts of Mr and Mrs
The little daughter of Mr and
Mrs Howard Barnett of His was
also a church visitor. She wa«.
visiting with her grand fath"/,
Jim Barnett of Caldwell.
Visiting in tha Sunday night
service waa Miss Abbye Clanton
Saturday night May 7, is broth-
erhood night and everyone is in-
vited to be preaent. Visitors are
Mr and Mra Ed Vaienta and
family were gueata of Mi Henry
Vaienta in Snook laat Sunday.
Sunday, May 8, the regular
Mother's Day program will be
Grapefruit are so-called- be
cause t^ey aometimea grow in
.I5urIeiiüW^Í-ee Soil Conservation News
Uairiti Su(*rn «n: Lru« t Kehtchntcli — (hahmaa
Wil'en Iha'aupk* — Member Jsm.e Maule — V. Chairman
Jahn C. *eibert — «ec -Treas John J. *ehe«ta — Member
Coop.-rators of the Bu¡ egon- (
Soil Conservation District are in
the process of seeding the
largest acreago of seeded
grasses that has ever been seed-
ed in any single year.
Two questions that farmers are
aaking SOU conservation em
1. la it too late to plant Kirjr
Ranch Bluestem graos?
The anewer to that question is
no. The grasa should be planted
aa soon as poaaible .but can :«•
aafely plantad any time during
May. Th; sooner the grass is
planted the better chance it will
have to make a good growth be-
fore the dry part of the summer.
Late plantings of King Ranch
Bluestem will live through the
summer and start growth when
the fall rains start.
2. Question number 2 is, Bhould
King Ranch Bluestem be dry
The answer to that question is
yes. King Ranch Bluestem seed
should not be covered and re-
quires a rain to bring them up
after they ato plantad. If you
wait for a rain and plant it you
will need adoChdir raHl to bring
it up. 8o go ahead and dry plant
it and take 'edvantage of the
. Mrs PL
Caldwell and now
Lubbock, returned to her home
from Methodist Hospital, where
she was treated for broncial
pneumonia. Also suffering from
a heart ailment, it was necessary
to keep the patient under an ox-
ygen tent far several days. A
large number of friends and re-
latives in this area will be glad
to learn that Mrs Nedbaiek is
Three From Here
Attend State H. EL
Meet At Galveston
Mrs Blaine Val Veide, Cald-
well Homemaking teacher, and
two of her students were in at-
tendance April 22 and 28 at the
Texas State Future- Homemakers
meeting at the Buccaneer Hotel
in Galveston. With Mrs Val Ver-
de were Miaaea La nolle Smith
and Mary Boedeker.
V. F. W. Ladiea Auxiliary will
sponsor a bake sale Saturday,
May 7 beginning at 9 o'clock. The
sale will be hall in Manas Meat
Market and ;lentf of
home-made aakea, pies,
and kolaches will he available.
Caldwell placed !a*t in th
overall champion Division of Dis-
trict -IK A of the The Texa* In
terscholastic League, which in-
cludes track and field and plav
irround activities and next t( las?
;ri th«* Literary Championship J>|
vision with 5 p«!n?*. it wax an
flounced th -
Schulenburir placed fir*! r
Fallowing «re the results in
St-huier burt — 2KW
l! r • r; ha tn
7 < eil
I itera:y Champion
1 .Sehii!?* burg 1 St*
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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/m1/5/: accessed May 27, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.