The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 14, 1956 Page: 4 of 8
THE ALTO HERALD, ALTO, TEXAS, JUNE 14
Lh.-n:jrs::.ttton-; on the canning
of tomatee-. using '.he "One-Step
Cold Pack Method" and the
freezing of tomato.iuiec will be
given by the home demonstration
agent at the regular meetings of
the foiiowing clubs: North Chero-
kee. June 18 in the home of Mrs.
Annolia Giii; East Jacksonville.
June 19; Central High. June 20 at
the club room..
by the Extension office ^for com-
plete information on control and
precautions in using some of the
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During the next two months is
the time that most of our grass
hay is cut. Some of you may be
wondering about ttte best stage
jot' growth that grass should be
I cut for hay. You can't go far
wron:ifyouuse as a thumb
rule the boot to eariy bloom stage.
This will give you your best
quality hay on most grasses.
Ponta and Bculah communities
meet Thursday night. June 21 at [By Attorneys
the school building in their re- Qf Dallas
The tenth annual poultry meet-
ing is set for June 20 through 22.
This will be a three day school
for breeders of poultry and
hatcherymen, and will include
such subjects as random sample
tests, what Texas broiler records
show, the poultry situation and
outlook, breeding and feeding
programs, egg legislation and
many other important subjects.
Insects will cost the Texas
Cattlemen several million dollars
during the coming summer
months. Probably the most
troublesome one for this area is
the horn fly. Also house flies
around the dairybarn will bo
especially troublesome. There are
several good insecticides recom-
An indication of how Texas
lawyers feel about the race for at-
torney general is evident in a poll
by the Dallas County Bar Associa-
tion. There the attorneys gave
Will Wiison (!12 votes with the
nearest competitor. Tom Moore,
Two other candidates. Ross
Carlton and Curtis HiM, both of
Dallas, received 47 and 45 votes,
Wilson, a two-term district at-
torney of Dallas County, recently-
resigned as Justice of the Su-
preme Court of Texas to wage
his campaign for Attorney Gen-
eral. While serving as District
Attorney of Dallas County,
Wilson gained national recogni-
tion as a racket-busting official.
He was one of five district at-
torneys, in the entire nation, in-
with their father. J. T. Wisener.
Bettie remained for a longer \ <
Mrs. Odessa Diai is visiting -
daughter. Mrs. Alice Truchelut
family in Lake Jackson.
Clinton Hailcy and t'hi
Houston, are visiting Mr-
, Tennic Jnmes and
Tobias attended the
Contest at Crockett
mended for both of these. Check i vited to address the national con-
From where I sit... ^ Joe Marsh
Just the Facts, Ma'am!
Havingared-hot crime wave in
town. Specs Mc(!uire and Buck
Hanson were caught taking money
out of parking meters — npnirt. 1
was at Police Headquarters when
a nice «)d lady rushed in to re-
"It was dark but 1 saw their
faces in the flashlight beam," she
said breathlessly ."You can't trust
anybody these days!"
She got flustered when Chief
Benson explained that Specs and
Buck are aMMorized collectors-
working nights after their reg-
ular jobs. "Have to get 'em uni-
forms," said Benson. "Third time
they've been turned in!"
From where ! sit, we ought to
guard against accusing anyone of
being "wrong" just because that's
the way it /Dots to us. For in-
stance. !'ve heard people talk
against a neighbor because they
didn't approve of his choice of
beverage! (They liked tea, or
something, white he preferred a
glass of beer.) Me sure you have a
case before you )ay down the taw.
Mrs. Bilty Joe Power
Nuptial vows were read for Miss Jacqueline Lou King of
Bonham. and Billy Joe Power of Fort Bragg, N. C., Saturday
afternoon. June 9. at 3:00 p. m., in Trinity Episcopal Church in
Bonham. The bride is the daughter of Dr. Jack A. King of Bonham
and Mrs. J. D. Brown of Tyler. Mr. Power is the son of Mrs. H.
E. Lusk of Alto and A. B. Power of Tyler.
ference on organized crime in
Washington in 1950.
Following six years as supreme
court justice, Wilson said he left j
the court "with reluctance." But
he surprised few Capitol ob- j
servers in responding to the chal-
lenge to serve as Texas
one law enforcement officer. Said
Wilson. "Like the oid cavalry
general. 1 have always believed
in riding straight for the sound of
Promising to run a clean cam-
paign, Wilson added, "The need
for good government in Austin
has already bctn established, it's
just a matter of who is going to
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Odom and
childrenofPt.Nechcs, visited his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Odom.
Mr. and Mrs. Forbis Dial and
son of Liberty, visited his mother,
Mrs. M.L. Dial, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dowling
number- ! °f Alto, were visitors of his sister.
Mrs. Lena Townsend. Sunday.
Miss Lcta DuBoi^e of Browns-
ville, visitt-d her cousin. Mrs. J.
P. Landreth and Mr. l.andreth,
last week. They wrri en route to
visit relatives in Spnntrfield. Mo.
iMr. and Mrs. C. A. Odom, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Od^m and chil-
jdrenandMrs. Mat' .aNdlHar-
I rison and children, attended the
I Homecoming at Fastrill Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Burt Blalok vis-
ited Mr. andMrs.C. Civic. Jr..
in Houston, last week.
Mrs. Sue Chandler and baby,
and .Miss Bettie Wisener spent
several days in Houston last week
Model 3804 - 1-ton, 108!4" box
Mode! 3104 - M-ton, 78 Mt" box
Mode! 3204 - H-ton, 90" box
Take your pick of todayls
most modern Pickups!
They're the champs of the lightweight class,
loaded with the kind of features that pay oil in
fast-working eSiciency on any job! '
Under the hood you've got Chevy's famous
Thriftmaster 6 engine, the work-horsb of the
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Pearman Chevrolet Company
Phone Mb Alto, Texas
Ethel Melvin of H<mston,s)'cnt
last week w'th her mother. Mrs.
E. D. Mclviti.
Mrs. Berta Mullen and chil-
dren of Houston. s))tntias'.wesk
with their parents and grand-
parents. Mr and Mrs. J.N.
Mrs. T. D.Durham. Lorainc
Durham and Mr. H C. Polk. St..
attended the Cole reunion
park between Alto and
Highway 69. Sunday.
Mr. andMrs.C C. Ivic. Jr..
and children, spent last week a)
their heme here.
Mrs. Carl Chandler
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Miers and
son. Gary, of Vivian. La., spent
Mart Oliver of
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mr^
Carl Chandler, Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
and daughter. Brinda. and Mr.
H Latham visited Mr. and Mrs.
^ K. Ciine and son and Mrs.
lif-^c Latham at Dallas. Sunday.
Elder and Mrs. Deri Lee of
onvilb. ^.tod Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Chandler, Sunday.
Hubert Tobias of Orange, vis-
it^ Mr. :md Mrs. J.H.Tobias,
Mr nd Mrs. Woodrow Tobias
and family of Ennis. visited the
Aivin Denny family the past
Mr and Mrs. Albert Skidmcrc
and daughter of Conrnc, visited
L, F Latham. Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ennnitt Tobias
and J. H. Tobias visited it) Luf-
kin and Dibol], Sunday ^
Mr. and Mrs. Mart Q *'
Mrs. W. F. Oliver v. ,
Mrs. E.R. William . 1;,.* ' ;
Little Gary Mi-rc
La., is visiting Mr. nd
Martin, this weak.
Mr. and Mrs. E p
and Mrs. W. F. O! r
the Fiddler's Con:< -
We were happy '
church services s.nd
Miers of Vivian. L
Mr. andMrs. H:'.[ y.
and daughters. N. i -: ,
visited in Houston ':
Singing and Bible ' :
church Friday cvetiitu
Sunday School at
and preaching at 11 fQ 3
with Mr. and Mrs
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Every day Monday through Friday, 2:00
to 3:30 p. m.. KTLU Radio 1 580 on the
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minute devotionals and 5-minutenews
summaries. Get on the band wagon ant!
tune in today.
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F. L. Weimar & Son. The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 14, 1956, newspaper, June 14, 1956; Alto, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth215424/m1/4/ocr/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stella Hill Memorial Library.