The Tulia Herald (Tulia, Tex.), Vol. 63, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 21, 1972 Page: 2 of 36
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 51, 1075 l
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By H. M. BAGGARLY
(Continued from pagi* 1)
Hardeman County's mi-sn.iary in spreading th"
glad word on consolidation i- its sheriff who has
held office lor some III years We understand that
in .st of the city officials at Quanah like the ar-
rangement. Occasionally the c will lie a county
( inmissioner or uty alderman who opposes . oy
move, regardless of its merits, if it w.is proposed
alter the dawn of tie 20th century.
The mayors of Kloydada ;.<id l.oekney ptesided
at ttie meeting we attended
BifHEN IT WAS announced th it Secretary of
w w . State Kogers would remain in the Nixon
cabinet for a second term, we wh.i h id been .into i-
pating John C nnally as his successor appeared
to lx* wrong. neverthel *ss we were not convin. ed
of any real change in the Nix.a strategy which
we belie.ed existed
I ast Friday the Wall Street Journal re|xirted
that some who claim to know say Ungers will
depart within six month' he has vowed not
to stay four more years and a widely held
theory is that his departure will make way far
Ci.nnally to ni >ve in .i' Nixon's closest adviser
and — some even speculate — as heir apparent!
1AIE ARE GOING TO awaken some morning
If and disco.er some draste- changes m our
public education sysi in These changes aren't likely
to be popular.
Court tulings, it they stand, will place most
of the responsibility for public s.hool financing <<i
the state. This means lhat we will still be footing
the bill, bill not in the same way Instead of raMng
most school money by taxes <» locil real estate,
we may he paying higher stale taxes throngi the
s des lax or taxes other than ail valorem I ix >s.
AS THIS DEVELOPS, the stale is going to
PM order greater efficiency. If it deems a school
to small to be "economical”, it is going to order
In principle, we oppos- this plan We believe
uch s i i logical prin iples as the need to preserve
the small town should lake priority over some
dhiT considerations \ud when a small town barely
able lo h ild i n as it is is asked to give up its
s' hmd. we ai" d.mng anothe . ,il into its coffin.
We believe t ;e time is not far distant when
the high school students at Happy and Kress will
lie bused In Tuba. While Tuba would be delighted
to h ive them, still our heart is with the smaller
■JUT WHILE MOST of us would oppose the plan,
D particularly Happy and Kress, even they are
no! likely to lie willing t i pay the price of maintain-
ing then own high s h.xil by resorting to HMI per
cent local financing!
IN ADDITION TO these problems, we face many
I more on this eve of Christmas.
We have the energy crisis! They tell us that
we are about to use up our reserves of natural
gas and oil. We can find other ways to create
nergy and fuel — but wh.it about the cost?
\n .ml inobile dealer expressed an opinion the
other day that large ears which burn more gaso-
line that the little ears would he phased out. forcing
the public lo d.ive little ears as a means of stretch-
ing out the supply of oil we have left!
These aren't uleas ml thoughts at this Season,
1 radiii rnally a time for happiness and joy.
I’eihap- our Christmas wish should Ix* for great-
er zeal and dedication in finding answers to our
problems which ap|x*ar so unsurmountable.
Scabies Control . . .
(Continued from onge .11
whi h demand more than the cat-
tl *n.in's word” that ex|x>rted ani-
mals are healthy.
( a:mil Welch of Tuba Feed l.ot
cited increased costs due to de-
lays ki unloading, shrinkage, and
sometimes ineffective dipping of
liruce Fields, who with hi- son
raise cattle near Happy, told of
I h e i i problems resulting from
the program. He also felt that
in - me instances certificates were
issued on Ilk* basis of inadequate
i hristophcr Crain, Randall Coun-
ty rancher, was especially bitter
towards ’he MIC, charging that
u had driven him out of the
d n y cattle business.
\olan liaison, also from the Ha|>-
py Hereford Ranch, verified many
<1 I he charges that had been level-
ed al the commission by those
win had testified earlier.
I he owner of the Panhandle's
nly custom dipping service which
ii cs lime Sulpner solution. Troy
I’at on. t >1(1 of problems created
by the commission.
i an oil Doshier of \m.irillo, a
caitle buyer, verified what had
already been said.
M >st vocal critic of all was
M ' In Moore. ,iod her husband.
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By MRS. O. W. GARDNER
The Community Church will have
their Christmas program and tree
Sunday nigh:. Tie ('an Do” Sun-
day schixil class will serve re-
freshinnits for everyone at 5:30.
The Christmas |irog.am wall follow
this, a! about ti o'clock. Everyone
is nulled to come for refresh-
ments then stay for the program
and see Santa Claus.
Several I idles went to Mrs. Sam
Magruders home Wednesday morn-
ing for coffee and to welcome
Kay to her new home.
II. T. ('. and Mrs. Ixayd J.
who own r.inches near Dalhart
a n d in New Mexico. She told
of the ability of 'real” ranchers
to manager their own affairs with-
< ut government intet le.eme (Jues-
tioning txith the ability and the
sincerity of the \ninial Health
Commission, she accepted Puff's
invitation to appear before t e
House committee when it e insiders
leg'slation to solve the controver-
sial issue S!ie carried a u >rn
Hibl-. thi.d one she said she hod
worn cut. which she said was
Who she said was seconded by
her husband and by Joe Meador,
a Paducah rancher, who castigated
the commission as well as lawmak-
ers who created Ihe "curse”. He
said the •'scabies scandal” tops
even the "stxk fraud scandal”
T h e scabies eiiotrol program,
perhaps t h e most controversial
state program in recent times,
is universally haled by all seg-
ments of the cattle industry, if
these who attend'd Ihe Uxal meet-
ing an* representative.
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Exams To End
Semester exams will mark the
end of the first semester of the
1972 72 srhixil year on Thursday,
December 21. and Friday. Decem-
ber 22. Si hoot will be dismissed
at 2:.Ml P M each day and buses
will run a! that time.
Elkins Club Has
The Klkins Home Demonstration
met Wednesday in the home of
Mrs Gladys McAnelly for a lunch-
eon and gift exchange.
For the program Gladys McAnel-
ly gave “A Christmas Remem-
brance” by Margaret Chase Smith.
Roll call was answered with “How
I found out about Santa Claus.”
\ new member. Mrs. Joe Bean
was welcomed into the club. Spec-
ial guests were Mrs. Judy Carlisle,
home extension agent and Mrs.
Kvelyn Mote, h *r secretary.
Members p esent were: Mines.
K S. Bell, Vernon Garrison, J.
D. McKinney, (). W Hancock. E.
S. House, A. E. House. O. V.
Sprawls, Everett Evans. R. R
Vaughn, Nick Barnes, and D. S.
F ur members were on the siik
list They were Mmes. W. B. Ma-
lone, Dewey Shannon. C. I. Helms
and Zeffie Simmons.
The only wild horse still living
>n the 20th century is Przhevalski a
horse. Very small numbers survive
in western Mongolia.
Witte. Cindy and Connie of San
Diego, California arrived Sunday
afternoon t visit thru Christmas
with Mrs. Witte's parents. Mr.
and Mrs R. D Murphy Mr. Witte
is Company Commander at the
Navy Beeru.t Training Cent >r at
s in Diego Sunday night the Mur-
phys other daughter. Mr. and
Mrs Floyd Tipps. Tommy, and
Valeria came o. er for supper and
visiting with the Wities.
Mr- Boland Moore and Mrs.
G iry Mixre visited Mrs l.ela Cas-
tleberry Sunday afternoon. They
i nk Mrs Castleberry and Miss
Brink t Mrs. Gary Moore's house
so they could see the pretty red
velvet sofa that \nn had just
finished upholstering. Mrs. O. W.
Ga: drier anil Myrla Gardner also
visited Mrs. Castleberry Sundjy
Mrs. Dayle Culwell and Mrs.
Oscar J -nnings ware in Amarillo
Sunday \ismng Mrs. Culwell’s
g. indinother. Mrs Minnie Downs,
and sister. Mrs W II \tterburn.
Karl Malone is reported to be
doing well alter his recent sur-
gery. He is still living at his
apartment in town but plans to
move '•.erne the fir-t >>f the year.
Sim n and Sybil Flores and girls
have in ved back here from St.
Francis Kansas They are moving
to the Sadler farm
Sit news from Mrs Ruth Math-
is. the former Mrs K. W. Bur-
re'.t of Li. ingston. California, tells
th it she lost h *r oldest daughter.
Evelyn Burnett Crowell, in a moto-
Evelyn Burnett Crowell, in a
motorcycle accident in October.
B > t h Evelyn and her husband
Gene, a policeman in Livingston,
were killed instantly when a pickup
pulled ;n!o their lane and hit their
motorcycle. They left a son. Hal,
about ii years old. The Burnett
family owned farm land south of
Vigo for m.my years before sett-
ing it this year. Evelyn attended
Tulia s. h'ic tor one vear in about
the sev nth grade, when the fam-
ily lived here on the faint.
Loyd Gardner has been moved
out of intensive care at Northwest
Texas hospital and is slowly im-
MRS. PLORANCE ALBRACHT
Several m *mbers of the Catholic
Daughters Court ente.tained the
folks at the Best Home in Dim-
irutt Tuesday evening with Christ-
m a s carols. Fruits, candy and
i(H(kies were brought over to be
enjayed by th* felks living there.
\ttending the funeral of Walter
Keeper at St. \n. bony's church
in Hereford on Tuesday morning
from here were his sister-in-law
and family, the John L. Womacks,
M:s. Lizzie Birkenfeld and daugh-
ters, Petronilla and Marcella, Mrs.
Marie Hanson, Mrs. Anna Khly,
Mrs. Alvin \nderle, Mrs. Mary
Khly. Mrs. Ann Schulte.
Mr John Lit' h had the mis-
fortune of falling on the ice at
his home on Thursday evening
and breaking his collar bene. He
spent one night in Swisher County
h ispital and is home and doing
O.K The ice was very dangerous
on sidewalks and roads for seve.al
days the past week and we were
very fortunate there was not more
Mr. and Mrs Tom Brockman
of Spearman spent Saturday night
with his mother, Mrs. Agnes
Brockman. On Sunday her family
enjoyed their Christmas dinner and
party in the Legion Hall.
Sister Generose flew in from
MaJison, Wise, on Friday to sjx'nd
her vacation with her in ther, Mrs.
Katie Huseman and family. Mrs.
lluseman sjient a week in the
hospital in \marillo for tests. She
is home and doing O.K.
The FHA gi.ls entertained their
secret grandmothers, Monday ev-
ening, Dec. 18 alter school. Christ-
mas carols, bingo and gilts f.r
their secret grandmothers was en-
joyed by a large group of women.
Christmas cookies baked by Ihe
girls and |Minch were ser ved.
The sunshine and warmer wea-
ther is very welcome to all. after
the unseasonably cold and icy wea-
ther the past few weeks. Farmers
are again trying to get then crops
out of the field.
Mrs. Josephine Ball had her fam-
ily for Christmas supper on Sun-
day evening, Dec. 17 in her home.
All came to enjoy the get together
but her daughter and family, the
Vernon Braddcxks and daughter-
in-law, Mrs. Jim Ball who has
a new baby boy born on Friday.
The first annual Christmas pag-
eant will be p.esentod in 11 o 1 y
Family Church on Friday evening
at 8 p.m. Everyone is invited
Christmas will be* celebrated
starting at midnight with Mass
and Christmas carols, Masses at
8 and 10 a.in. and 8:30 p.m. in
Holy Family church.
Miss Lorene Bookman is home
for the holidays with her folks,
th? I.on Brockmans. She is in
nurses training in Kansas City.
Baptized in Holy Family Church
on Sunday by Re.. Father Stan-
ley. Cindy Marie, daughter of the*
Raymond B.addocks. Her sponsors
were Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Backus.
Our Christmas card project had
133 contributors and amounted to
$539.40 whic h will bo used to keep
the cemetery in good condition.
Pat Acker, son of Tony Ackers
is home on a 3tl day leave from
The Band concert on Sunday
afternoan. Dec. 17 in the S' h«H>l
c afetorium was enjoyed by a large
crowd. Throe bands pe. formed -
5th grade; 6th grade; and the
The seiond grade pupils. Sister
Adrian's pupils, put on a real
cute Christmas play before th>*
regular monthly l’T\ meeting on
Monday evening, l>c*<- IS. The play
•Santa's Toy House” had th • pup-
ils acting out all the different
toys and Santa Claus: ending with
the Nativity scene and Christmas
carols. A large group was on hand
for the play and meeting.
This Christmas, please bring nie
a Rock’em Sock’em robot set and
a Spirograph toy. I tried to be
a good boy.
See you soon,
4 years old
I hope you have a nice Christ-
mas I hope I get a lot of toys,
and I ho|ie 1 get some Pastels.
And I want Don't Breat The Ice
and 1 hope I get Happiness and
I want Dont Blow your Top. and
I want Cootie Game. And I wan:
Voice of the Mummy and I hope
your wile is have*ng a good Time-
goad by form GHANA DRISKII.l.
p. s. Don't for get my babv
Please bring me a tyke trike
and 3 men in a tub. I’m 15 month'
old and have been a gcxad boy.
Be seeing you,
LOUISE DINGWALL “more that
80”, Britain’s oldest race-horsi
trainer who has applied for a
jockey’s licens**: i can ride thi
pants off any girl. The only troubli
is that I'll need a good horse
because I’m too damned heavy.’
’IT'S (StTTiN* HARDER AND HAADER TO TELL YOU FELLOWS APAAT/
Patronize Herald Advertisers!
We wish you and your
family a joyous
Christmas and New
Year ’In Christ Jesus"
The First Presbyterian Church
n the spirit of the Holiday Seaton,
may wt extend om most eoriial
for a voty Hapjy HottJaySaawit
from Odell Thompson
Representing American Founders
Life Insurance Company
Like the glow of candlelight,
may our warm wishes shine thru
the season. Wishes for a Christmas
that is filled with rosy-cheeked
children, fresh snowflakes,
hot chocolate and homemade
cookies. A holiday surrounded
with people you love.
Our sincere thanks for your patronage and
friendship throughout the year!
Warm, practical and simply
beautiful long robes in dacron
fleece-quilted nylons or print
jersey! Sure to pleasa for gift
in town! Ladias'
20.00 lo 64.00
100*4 polyesters in n wide
choice of colors, styks. ate. All
by famous makers: Jo Hardin,
Jana Colby, Georgee, Fred Liaf,
Tucker Knits, Royal Parle, and
Closed December 25 & 26
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Baggarly, H. M. The Tulia Herald (Tulia, Tex.), Vol. 63, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 21, 1972, newspaper, December 21, 1972; Tulia, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth507016/m1/2/: accessed October 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Swisher County Library.