The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, October 31, 1958 Page: 4 of 8
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TTie Scfcttleaburg Slicker
Fayette County, Texas
READ THE STICKER...
---CLASSIFIED ADS -
THEY WILL SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY
A night of FKI.LOWSHIP and
FUN on Main Street at the Jaycee
Post-Halloween Carnival, Satur-
day, Novmeber 1. 13-ltc
WANTED — Housekeeper in a
modem home with all conveni-
ence*. Apply Miss Kmma Manila.
-FURNISHED APARTMENT for
rent located at 616 South Main in
Schulenburg. Contact Mrs. John F.
Luecke, 337 East Lower Line, La
Grange, Phone 480-J. 42-tfc
STRAYED — One buck sheep.
Identify and pay for ad. Janacek
Auto Service, Schulenburg.
FOR SALE—Fritz Meyer home
located on Black Street in Sch-
ulenburg. See Rudy or Tommy
FOR SALE — Baldwin upright
piano, $35, at Mrs. Hugo Stanzel,
205 Summit Street, Phone 107,
FOR SALE—$135.00—200 acres.
40 acre cotton allotment, all min-
erals. 3 miles from Schulenburg.
Write R. W. Egger, Ph. GR-8-
2982, Wallis, Texas. 8-4 te
Jet & Submersible
Sales & Service
We service all makes of
J PARMA i
I INSURANCE !
t Insure Your Car, Home J
! and Furniture With Us
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY —
laical area Man or I-ady, wanted
to service and collect from coin-
• operated dispensing equipment. 4
to i> hours weekly earns operator
I up to $290 monthly. No age limit
or selling but must have car, re-
ferences and $402 to $804 working
capital. For interview give per-
sonal particulars, phone number.
Write Box 4728, Dallas 6, Texas.
FERTILIZER—We have all for-
mulas in granulated and some reg-
ular. Phosphate and legume seed
for ASC purchase orders. Rosen-
bach Feed Store. 12-ltc
JNO. A. PARMA
Day Phone 444
Nite Phone 141
LOST: Confidence in Governor
who double-crossed his own Party
at State Convention. Vote for Ed.
Mayer for Governor Nov. 4—A
MAN YOU CAN TRUST.—pol.
FOR SALE—Used tin for sale.
Joe's Auto Sales, Schulenburg.
WAITRESS WANTED —No ex-
perience necessary. Apply Frank's
RIDERS WANTED—To and from
Austin each Monday, Wednesday
and Friday. Student commuting
between Schulenburg and the Uni-
versity of Texas desires riders.
For details phone 531 in Schulen-
burg, or contact Ray Lanfear.
FOR SALE—One complete Car-
bite welding machine with cutting
torch and kart; one double disc
plow with new 20 in. plows for
Farmall A or I! for power-lift;
one used lavatory cheap; one Mo-
del A, frame with rubber good for!
four-wheel trailer; one wood heat- j
er cheap; one Allis Chalmer 16 j
inch mall board plow with culter
in good condition; two used 23
inch disc plows for International
cheap. Ed B. Krenek, P. 0. Box
2), Engle, Texas. 14-ltp
Pony rides, train rides, turtle
races, novelties, cake walk, and
games of all descriptions at the
Jaycee Halloween Carnival, Satur-
day, Novmeber 1. 13-ltc
FOR SERVICE — Registered red
Duroc male. Julius Schramek, Sch-
ulenburg. Texas. 14-2tp
FOR SALE—12-ft. Lone Star alu-
minum boat with 7% h. p. Evin-
rude motor and telescope trailer,
like new. Phone 668J, La Grange,
WANTED: A MAN YOU CAN
TRUST: Vote for Ed Mayer, Re-
publican candidate for Governor
Nov. 4.—pol. adv. 14-ltc
FOR RENT — Furnished apart-
ments. Mrs. Victor Baumgarten.
FUN-A-PLENTY at the Jaycee
Halloween Carnival on Main Street
Saturday, November 1, beginning
at 7 o'clock. 13-ltc
FOR SALE: All ink drums. See at
Sticker office. 14-tfc
FOR RENT—Furnished and unfur-
nished apartments. Mrs. H.
Greenebaum, 512 Paulus St., City.
FOR RENT — Five-room garage
apartment, furnished or unfur-
nished. Mrs. Victor Vacek, 115
Summit or I'hone 40. 14-ltp
i WE ARE IN THE market for
For Your . . .
Fill Sand or Dirt
Sand Roclc & Gravel
. . . Hauling
See . . .
| your yellow ear and shell corn.
See us before you sell. Schulen-
burg Feed & Farm Supply. 8-ltc
We can fill your
purchase orders under
the A.S.C. farm
Fresh line of all field seed,
Also have fertilizer.
We Give U. 8. Green Stamp*
My pastures and farms have
been posted according to
law, and any person found
hunting, fishing, trapping,
gathering pecans or hauling
wood without written permit
will be prosecuted. Let this
be a warning to all.
O. H. WOLTERS
FOR SALE—-1 cotton trailer and
one 2-wheel trailer. See Arthur
Breitkreuz. (Close to Ammanns-
FOR SALE—A 1929 Model A
Ford in excellent condition will be
sold to the highest bidder. All bids
must be in by Nov. 7, 1958. Car
may be seen at 715 Anderson St.
Send bids to Mrs. Minnie Price,
709 Anderson St., Schulenburg,
STARTED PULLETS, H3W and'
white leghorns. Rosenbach Feed
Store and Hatchery. 12-ltc
WAITRESS WANTED—No ex-
perience necessary. Apply Kloe-
sel's Restaurant, Schulenburg.
FOR SALE—Strawberry plants,
75c per hundred. Emil Rother, one
mile north of Hackberry. 13-2tp
We have a few 1958 Fords which
we are selling at reduced prices.
Boriack Motor Sales. 14-ltc
FOR SALE AND TRADE—Second
hand musical instruments and do
some repair work. Adolph Migl, P.
O. Box 266, Moulton, Texas, Phone
CLOTHES DRYERS—Now is the
time to check with us for the new,
improved Westinghou.se Clothes
Dryer. Kubala TV and Appliance,
•Sales and Services, Schulenburg.
Hea?thBM^umDwinE|nJ|E? " D»lu»' Te*»»' I Pr'vate shelters, protective clothing and foodsiock-
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Specialist Advises Fall Determent of Native Grasses
The early fall rains whleh have
been followed by mild, cloudy
weather have given a tremendous
i-oost to grass growth. This con-
dition, advises B. J. Ragsdale, as-
sociate extension range specialist,
is ideal for fall deferment of na-
The specialist points out that
if best tresults are to be obtained
from this range improving prac-
tice, it should be started at once.
By deferring grazing of native
grass pastures now, food reserves
in the grass roots will be restored,
and an early vigorous growth can
be expected during the next grow-
ing season. Research work in-
dicates that a grass plant deferred
from grazing produces appoxi-
mately four times as many roots
as a closely and often grazed one,
Another advantage of fall defer-
Games, Novelties, Pony rides,
train rides, and turtle races at
the Jaycee Post-Halloween Carni-
val, Saturday, November 1, on
Main Street. 13-ltc
FOR SALE—Perfection oil range
and Perfection oil heater, both in
good condition at reasonable prices.
Appelts Furniture Store. 14-ltc
FOR SALE—Pigs, Duroc-Jerseys.
Frank I'ilat, Rt. 3, Schulenburg.
One John Deere Van Burnt phos-
phate distributor; six-can Interna-
tional milk cooler; double disc
grain drill. Charlie Eiler. 14-ltc
FOR SALE—Crossbred shepherd,
collie pups. Joe Pauler, Route 4,
KI'ECIAL—Fume Proof Outside
Paint $4.25 gallon. Latex Flat In-
side Paint $3.95 gallon. Kusey
Lumber Company. 41-tfc
FOUND: A MAN I CAN TRUST.
I'm voting for Ed Mayer for Gov-
ernor Nov. 4.—pol. adv. 14-ltc
BUY OR SELL
Office Phone 44
Res. Phone 46 or 920
Girl Scouts Gift
Shop and Tea
Cakes, Pies, Sandwiches and
Wednesday, Nov. 5 -
From 2:30 to 5:30p.m.
FOR SALE—5 room house, 2
bedrooms, former Louisa Dreitner
home on Baumgarten Street. See
Rud. Ripper. 13-3tp
FOR SALE—Used gas refrigera-
tor in good condition. Appelts Fur-
niture Store. 14-ltc
SPECIAL on imported barb wire.
KUSEY LUMBER COMPANY.
Don't forget the early order dis-
count on H3W pullets. Rosenbach
Feed Store and Hatchery. 14-ltc
Have nice 2 bedroom house at 403
Kessler. Will rent or sell. See H.
N. Schwartz, Schulenburg, Texas.
CORN WANTED—We are buying
new dry ear corn. Get our price.
Kubala Hatch jry, Schulenburg.
FOR SALE—Farmall B turning
plow. Anton Dach, Route 1, Schu-
Good Hours - Good Wages
— Apply At —
•1 LOTS—ALL FEMALE
REGISTERED ANGUS SALE
st AUSTIN, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 7, 1958
TO BE OFFERED:
35 Coirs with Cslres st side
37 Bred Cows
It Open Heifers
8sle will be st 1:00 P.M. st Ksy's Holsteln Auction Bsrn located
approximately 7 miles South of the Austin City Limits, on the Ssn
Antonio Freewsy, U. 8. Highway 81 (the old Csrrington Farm).
Csttle offered sre quality cattle in strict pasture condition, snd
come from six of the prominent Texas Herds. For Catalogue* or
additional information concerning; the Sals write:
Jsines C. Tucker, Del Vslle, Texas or
Call GReenwood 8.7205 In Austin, Texas
DUNRAVEN RANCH AND ASSOCIATES
Stops laying slumps when
birds are off feed due to
colds, rickets or blue comb.
Goes to work in minutes, yet
costs so little. It's amazing.
KEEP THIS AD!
Over 25,000 Arthritic and Rheu
ma tic Sufferers have taken thia Med
icine since it has been on the mar-
ket. It is inexpensive, can be taken
In th« home. For Free Information
give name and address to P. O. Box
626, Hot Springs, Arkansas. 6-9tc
1956 Chev. V8 Tudor, radio,
1955 Ford fairlane, fordor,
radio, heater, overdrive.
1955 Ford fairlane, fordor,
radio, heater, fordomatic.
1955 Ford fordor, radio,
1954 Ford tudor, radio,
1958 Ford custom 300,
fordor, radio, heater,
We arrange all detail* of
your financing and insurance
Phone 180, Weimar, Texas
WANT TO RENT a farm. Must
have house for cash or share. Rob-
ert Evanicky, Route 1, Box 96,
La Grange, Texas. 12-3tp
ELECTRIC MOTOR rewinding
and repairs. New and rebuilt mo-
tors for sale. Electric Motor Serv-
ice, 307 W. Travis, La Grange.
FOR SALE: Frozen turkey gib-
lets—20c a pound. Turkey drum-
sticks and thighs—30c a pound;
wings—20c a pound. Oakridge
Smokehouse & Locker Service.
LA GRANGE, TEXAS
Saturday, November 1
Adm. — $1.00 per peraon
For FREE Tsble Reservations,
CslI Cottonwood Inn Restaurant
583-W, Ls Grange, Texas.
Saturday, November 1
Adm.: Gents 50c, Ladies 50c,
Plenty of Refreshments Provided
At High Hill
Saturday, Nov. 1
Lone Star Orchestra
ment this year is seed production.
Many grasses failed to produce an
abundant seed crop earlier due to
the dry summer. These grasses are
now producing a good seed crop,
says Ragsdale. Deferment will al-
low the seed crop to mature and
this in turn will speed up the na-
tural reseeding of native pastures.
Too, when grasses are grazed con-
tinuously during seed head pro-
duction, livestock cat the seed
stalks and the plants may not be
able to produce early forage next
The forage now being produced
can be utilized during the winter
months after the food reserve in
the roots have been restored and
the seed crop has matured and
fallen to the ground. Good grass
forage on the ground for winter
use is the feed reserve needed for
cutting overhead ranching costs.
Too, points out Ragsdale, deferred
grazing is one of the practices
eligible for ACP payments in cer-
tain areas of Texas. Details on the
Joe C. Johnson,
m Fayette County Agricultural jfj
Four graduate veterinarians
from Turkey—Gavsi Arslanpay,
Mehmet Ozun, Niyazi Sidar, and
Ahmet Soylemezoglu—visited Fay-
ette County last week to study
poultry and dairy production and
marketing and livestock disease
control methods. The four partici-
pants are veterinary directors in
their respective provinces. As di-
rectors, they supervise other vet-
erinarians who work on state
farms and perform veterinary
services for villagers.
Their first visit Wednesday af-
ternoon was with C. R. Kallus, as-
sistant manager of the South Tex-
as Producers Association. Mr. Kal-
lus explained, stcp-by-step, the
processing of milk and preparation
of milk products at the plant.
Next, the group inspected the
dairy herd, buildings and equip-
ment at the Donald Dopslauf Hol-
stein Farm near La Grange.
Thursday was devoted to the
study of broiler and egg produc-
tion. 0. Albrecht and son, Warren,>
explained their methods of mixing
feed and producing broilers. Mr.
Albrecht gave the Turks a box of
improved pecans, and the inquisi-
tive Turks wanted to know all
about the growing of pecan trees,
including budding and grafting.
Next on the list was a visit to the
McGuire farm on the Smithville
highway, and the Smith and
Wheeler caged layers in Flatonia.
On Friday, Henry Haisler, of
La Grange, gave the men a con-
densed four-year course on feeding
and management of Jersey cows.
John Quinn demonstrated the tech-
nique of artificial insemination.
Dr. F. L. Gunn, of La Grange,
conducted a tour through his of-
fice, supply and operating rooms,
holding pens, etc. and explained
the organization and procedure
used in his veterinary practice. The
last event was a tour of the flood
control dam in the Waldeck com-
munity—one of the 31 dams
planned for construction on the
Cummings Creek watershed. The
group was led by Leroy Foyt of
the Soil Conservation Service.
From this point the Turks went
on their way to complete three
months of study in the U. S.
We had to omit about half of
the visits planned largely because
all conversation had to be re-
peated by Orhan Ozdemir, their
interpreter. Thanks to all of you
who received them so graciously,
and also to those places we
planned to visit but could not—my
thanks and apology for any incon-
venience to you.
Joe Yeary helped arrange the
tour and called upon the Turks on
several occasions. Mr. Garbade Sr.,
assisted us in Flatonia. Dr. A. J.
Darilek pulled an absessed tooth
bothering Dr. Soylemezogul. My
appreciation is extended to all oth-
ers who helped the Turks experi-
ence a most profitable and enjoy-
able visit in Fayette County.
practice may be obtained from
local county agents or county ASC
Literary Club Hears
Book Review Oct. 28
The Literary Club met Tuesday
at the home of Dr. August Watz-
lavick. Thirteen members were pre-
Mrs. Ed. Deterling gave a book
review of "Around the World With
Auntie Mame" by Arthur Patrich.
The president, Mrs. Knapik, stres-
sed the need for more and more
books for the new library.
Refreshments of spice cake,
sandwiches, nuts and coffee were
Humble Oil, Refining Company Sponsor*
Southwest Conference Football Broadcasts
football games will be broadcast
on radio this weekend by the Hum-
The Texas Tech-Tulane game
will be broadcast Friday from New
Orleans by Bob Walker and Jim
Wiggins. Radio time will be 7:30
p.m. over KFYO, Lubbock—790
and KFDA, Amarillo—1440. Sat-
urday's game between TCU and
Baylor will be broadcast by Ves
Box and Eddie Hill from Fort
Worth at 1:45 p.m. The closest
stations to Schulenburg carrying
the account will be KXYZ, Houston
—1320 and KONO, San Antonio—
Broadcasting from Austin Sat-
urday will be Kern Tips and Alec
Chesser at 1:45 p.m. They will
give a play-by-play account of the
Texas-SMU game, and stations
carrying the game will be KPRC,
Houston—950; WOAI, San An-
tonio—1200, and KTBC, Austin-—
590. At 7:45 p.m., Saturday, KILT,
Houston—610 and KENS, San An-
tonio—680 will handle the Tejui*. *
Arkansas football game from Col-
lege Station. Moderators will be
Eddie Barker and Dave Smith. i
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Baca and
children of Houston were weekend
visitors with the John Patlovo-y
and Adolph Baca families.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Farris and
family of Houston were the week-
end guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Billimek.
Farmers Livestock Exchange
AUCTION EVERY WEDNESDAY
AT 1:00 P.M.
Bring Your Livestock...
... Plenty of Buyers
WE WILL HAUL YOUR CATTLE
AT A REASONABLE FEE
Phone 45 or 258
Specials for Friday & Saturday,
October 31 & November 1
5 Lb. Bag
12 Oz. Crt.
Beef Stew 34c
Admiration (Every Lb.
Check On Our Trick & Treat Candy—Real Buys.
Comparison of Prices Will Bring You in Keuper's
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