The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 14, 1941 Page: 2 of 8
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THUBSDAY, AN GUST 14. 1941
THE SEMINOLE SENTINEL
Cl)t &cminolt Sentinel
Entered as second-class matter at the Post Office at Seminole,
Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1379.
Editor and Publisher
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Nation-Wide Crochet Contest
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THREE colors are used with an artist's touch in this charming cro-
cheted luncheon set called "Sun Ray." Identical doilies in three sizes
comprise the set, and it's easy and inexpensive to crochet yourself. Cen-
ters of henna and hunter green mercerized crochet cotton combine effec-
tively with the natural colored "spokes" of the doilies, and the
repeats the high tones. This luncheon set, too, would make an outstand-
ing entry in the Fifth Annual Nation-Wide Crochet Contest which is
being held this Fall to select and award America's finest crocheters.
Directions for crocheting this luncheon set and details of the Contest
may be obtained by sending a stamped, self-addressed envelope to tht
Needlework Department of this paper, specifying design No. 661.
Lyndon Johnson Backs
Roosevelt On Bill
To Retain Selectees
Cong. Lyndon Johnson of Tex-
as, a democratic administration
leader, appealed to the house in
one of his rare speeches to pass
the senate-approved bill retain-
ing selectees and National Guards
beyond one year, "because the
United States wants the best army
it can get."
Significantly, Cong. Johnson's
speech in the house followed
quickly after that of the new
Texas Senator W. Lee O'Daniel.
in which O'Daniel, opi>osed Pres.
Roosevelt's proposal for keeping
and further training the army
beyond one-year terms. O'Daniel
pledged himself to vote against
the extension measure. Johnson
took the lead in the pending
house fight to carry the admin-
istration proposal as it went
through the senate.
"Texas boys prefer extended
service now to slavery hereafter."
Cong. Johnson replied. "So, in my
opinion, do the majority of
Cong. Johnson, who recently
was invited to his home state to
address a joint session of the |
Texas legislature, told his col-
leagues in congress that "I do
not believe we can wait" on ac-
tion to retain the arm) trainee*. I
"We are working against time, i
The penalties of national I.<• na-
tion are visible in the dead na-
tions everywhere we look. We
must go on.
"3 know how Texas boys feel
They come from a race of men
who fought for their freedom at
the Alamo and Goliad and San
Jacinto. They had little equip-
ment and what they had was
poor. Every time they fought
they were greatly outnumbered :
but they fought anyway, because
they were battling for their
homes, their religion, their liber-j
ly of conscience and action.
""Texas boys who come from 1
such stock and are inculcated
with such democratic ideals are
not going to grow technical. They
are not going to require a dis-
charge from the Army on any
aribtrary date indicated in their
papers and let their country take
the hindmost in time of peri!.
The world is in a war to decide
freedom or slavery for the world.
That war may wash nearer to
our shore any time. Darker days
than these may lie ahead for us.
I hope not, but perhaps they are
nearer than we think.
"Texas boys prefer extended
service now to slavery hereafter.
So, in my opinion, do the ma-
jority of American boys."
CONTINUED RISES IN
Buying power of the country is
growing—with millions of work-
ers put hack to work and wage j
of other millions increased—so
that retail sales are booming, a
University of Texas business sta-
tistician |K>ints out.
I \ ing costs, however, m.n r'se
substantially before winter, in
lint with national curtailment of
production in consumer's g >oiU,
Dr. F. A. Buechel, assistant di-
rector of the University's Bureau
>f Business Research, warned.
He predicted continued rises in
business activity, as he looked to
unprecedented retail selling, along
with still brighter agricultural,
mineral and industrial pictures.
Texas' composite index of busi-
ness activity is now 16.5 points
ahead of last year, the Univer-
sity bureau reported, and still
"Enriched" flour is white or
near-white flour which has in it
specified amounts of at least two
vitamins, thiamin (B-l) and nic-
otinic acid and one mineral, iron.
In low cost diets milk is prom-
inent because it provides high I
quality protein, calcium, and vita- |
mins A and G cheaply, accord-
ing to a U. S. Department of Ag-
| TEXAS GAME
"I'll take my hunting in Texas,"
I exclaimed a sportsman recently
|after perusing a story issued by
J the Pennsylvania Game Commis-
sion which noted that the season
and bag limits on most game in
that state will be more liberal
The reason for the exclamation
was that, while Pennsylvania has
long been noted as the leading
game state in the nation, its bag
limits are far below those of Tex-
as for almost every species of
game. It was also found that
Michigan, another of the leading
game states in the nation, also
had far more stringent regulations
than does the Lone Star State.
Michigan, for example, generally
ranks second in deer, Texas fifth,
and in all species of big game
Michigan is generally second and
Yet the sportsman read, to his
amazement, that Pennsylvania al-
lows the hunter only one buck
deer during a two-week season.
Michigan also gives the sports-
man the privilege of killing but
one deer. Texas' bag limit is two
per season and the season is six
Hunters in Texas are allowed
three turkey gobblers during a
six-week season under the gen-
eral state law, but the Pennsyl-
vania hunter legally can take
only one and Michigan's nimrods
do not even have that pleasure,
there being no open season on the
great American bird in that huge
Quail hunters who pursue their
Texas can take almost
a half limes as many
any week of the six-
WEIGH ON TRUCK SCALES
Jacobs - Roquemore
is allowed by'
can bag 20 of the lifr
crs during a season ..nich e!
tends from Nov, 1 to Sept. 30.
Michigan is a bit more liberal, al-
lowing the taking of 25 squirrels.
Texans, believe it or not, could
legally kill 1,800 squirrels under
a state law which provides an
open season for six months of
tlie year. The daily bag limit is
10 and with 180 days in which
to legally hunt the tree climbers
Texans can gorge on squirrels.
Want to hunt rabbits?? You
can do so, and legally, at any
time of the year in the Lone Star
State, but don't attempt it in
Michigan or Pennsylvania more
han three weeks in the year. Too,
it is illegal in Pennsylvania to
take more than 4 rabbits .n a
single day or 20 in a season. \If
vou are in Michigan you can no
i bit better. That state's daily
limit is 5 and 30 may bo killed
during the season.
"Well," remarked the old-timer
after looking over tin- above fig-
ures, "Maybe those strict bag
limits and shorter seasons are
the reason Pennsylvania anrl
Michigan can outrank Texas in
— -oO >- .
Eggs provide proteins of a
quolityl which are easily and
quickly digested, absorded and
u-ert in building and mending
Ad In The SENTINEL Worth
Two On Fence. Just Try It.
Offers $6,500 Prizes
Contestants, both professional
and amateur, at the seventh an-
nual Midland Rodeo, August 30,
31, and September, will compete
for purses and prizes amounting
to approximately $6,500, includ-
ing all entrance fees, it has been
announced by members of the
Rodeo Committee of Midland, Inc.
Included in the regular contest
events, open to the world, are
call roping with $600 purse and a
$100 saddle, entrance fees to be
added; saddle bronc riding with
$550 purse, plus all entry fees;
bull-steer riding, $500 purse, with
entrance fees added; bareback
bronc riding, day money only with
entrance fees to be added to a
purse of $300; steer wrestling,
$500 purse plus all entry fees.
In the boy's calf roping con-
test. entry fees of $15 each will
be divided for day moneys in
proportion 40-30-20-10 per cent.
Attractive prizes for average, in-
cluding S100 saddle for first av-
erage, are being offered. Boys
between the ages of 14 and 18
are eligible to compete in th.?
Livestock to be used, with the
exception of the roping calves,
will be furnished by the World'®
Championship Rodeo Corporation
and will be the samo stock as
used at New York'*? Madison
Square Garden Rodeo
Midland Rodeo, again this year,
is a member of the Rodeo Associa-
tion of America and the South-
western Rodeo Association* and
is approved by the Cowboy Tur-
tle's Association. It is open to all
Judges in the contests are to be
selected by contestants and ap-
proved by the management.
Extra attractions will include
a cowgirl sponsor contest, gaited
horse show and colt show.
Vegetables best for drying* are
sweet corn, mature beans and
peas, and sweet potatoes.
OFF TO A GOOD START WITH
JONES' CHECK UP
You're off to a good vacation start when your car is "in
tune" with the job ahead of it. We are recognized experts
■it putting a car on its feet . . . and at letting you get the
•nost pleasure and best performance out of your car. Be sure
to have your car checked now.»
R. L. Jones, Jr.
21-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
Spend Weekend At
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Shipman,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gregory
and Mr. and Mrs. D. C Brum-
ley of Edinburg spent from Fri-
day to Monday at Cloudcroft,
New Mexico, popular mountain
resort. Mr. and Mrs. James Zim-
merman of Carlsbad, New Mexi-
co, joined them Saturday for
Most of the time was spent
golfing on the Lodge Course,
which is the highest in America,
and riding horseback.
PARTY RETURNS FROM
VACATION TO CARBON
Mr and Mrs. Richard Jackson
and son, Mrs. Sallie May, and Mr.
and Mrs. Buel Wharton returned
Saturday morning from a weeks
vacation which was spent at Car-
bon in Eastland County where
they visited Mr. Jackson's par-
ents and other relative?.
Wednesday night was spent at
Lake Brownwood fishing. They
caught one 10 pound fish which
provided a fish fry for the 19
people in the fishing party. While
in Brownwood, they visited Camp
"The horse-laugh is on me, all right! f==sy,
oh, why didn't 1 buy a Servel hack in W?
Oh, me! Oh, my!
It's gonna be awful
to feel like this!
We can still supply a limited number
of popular size models — still lowest
prices in Servel history—BUT—better
come in and get yours NOW.'
„LL you have to do is just read the papers,
to see how things are going. We feel like
we might he neglecting our duty not to men-
tion that now—RIGHT NOW!—is one
mighty fine time to buy that new Servel you
have been wanting for a long time. It would
be bad to "miss the boat", as they say. And
we can still make terms about like your
monthly ice bill. But—don't put it off—come
1AVA4V IRON.clad guarantee
iv-iear ..no extra cost-
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the original purchasers of 1941 Servel Hlectrolux
Gas Refrigerators to refurnish without cost any
defective burner, control or refrigerating unit for
a period of'ten (10) years from date of instal*
lation. (You pay only cost of installing parts.)
J. B. KNIGHT HARDWARE
BROWNFIELO SEAGRAVES SEMINOLE
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Gregory, Charlie. The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 14, 1941, newspaper, August 14, 1941; Seminole, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth440149/m1/2/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gaines County Library.