White Deer News (White Deer, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 9, 1969 Page: 2 of 8
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CLUB WOMEN TO HOLD
HEALTH MEETING OCT. 20
Carson County Home Demonstra-
tion Club women have planned an
afternoon of activity for October
20, climaxed by a county-wide
health meeting, arranged by the
health and safety committee, Mrs.
J. B. Howe, Panhandle; Mrs. Ce-
cil Walker, Conway; and Mrs. Tru-
ett Fields of Groom.
DAUGHTERS OF PIONEERS
ELECT NEW OFFICERS TO
SERVE DURING CLUB YEAR
The events will start with a 12:30
p.m. salad luncheon in the War
Memorial Building at which time
reports will be given from the dele-
gates who attended the recent
Texas Home Demonstration Associa-
tion meeting in Dallas, Mrs. Otis
Walker and Mrs. J. B. Howe.
A short council meeting will be
held at 1:30 p.m. with the chairman,
(Mrs. Charles Warminski, presid-
At 2:30 p.m. in the same building
with Mrs. Howe presiding, Mrs.
Charles McIntosh, executive secre-
tary of the Top o’ Texas District)
of the Tuberculosis and Respiratory
Diseases Asociation, will introduce
Dr. Richard K. Archer of Amarillo,
who will speak on emphysema and
chest diseases, followed' by a ques-
tion and answer period.
Mr .McIntosh will conclude the
program with a film on emphysema
and a talk on tuberculosis.
All interested persons are invited
/to the 2:30 meeting, when Smoking
Sam will show the hazards of smok-
BEEF — RIBS — HAM
Complete Facilities for Banquets
And Private Parties
ORDERS TO GO WELCOMED
1404 N. Banks — Pampa
11:00 A.M. To 9:00 P.M.
Owners: Kathlene Braddock
Jerry & Kay Braddock
The Daughters of the Pioneers
Club met Tuesday, September 30,
for a very informative and inter-
esting program. After gathering in
the home of Mrs. E. C. Shuman for
coffee and an informal visit, the
group drove to Amarillo for lunch
at the Silver Grill Cafeteria.
Centerpieces of beautiful rose
Ibuds provided from the yard of a
daughter of a Daughter of a Pio-
neer, Mrs. Jackie Buchanan Barnes.
Following the luncheon a brief
business meeting was held to elect
officers for the coming year. They
were Mrs. Russ Howard, president;
Mrs. Eugene Richardson, vice-pres-
ident; Mrs. Frank Runs, secretary
and treasurer; Mrs. E. C. Shuman,
historian; Mrs. Joe Seitz, hospital-
ity chairman; and Mrs. B. O. Bent-
At this time a guest, Mrs. J. C.
Freeman, was recognized.
A personally guided tour of the
Bivens Memorial Library on Polk
Street completed the program for
the meeting. This was a treat to
see so much of the beauty that has
j been preserved in this old show-
place home built in 1904 and 1905
j at a cost of $65,000. It is said that
j the top workmen received only $5
: per day, so it is hard to even imag
1 ine what the cost would be today.
| Not only are the citizens of Ama-
rillo fortunate because the Bivens
' family gave this home to the city,
but also because today it contains
one of the finest public lbiraries in
Members other than the above
mentioned attending were Mmes.
E. J. Williams, George Coffee, H.
W. Buchanan, Bill Collins, Neal Ed-
wards, Russell McConnell, T. H.
Kelly, John Skaggs, Mack Pickens
and Lloyd Collis.
USD A News
In the recent election, Mr. Rob-
ert Kuehler was re-elected to the
County Committee for a three year
term. Mr. Raymond Blodgett was
elected first alternate and Mr. C. L.
Nicholson second alternate. Mr. C.
L. Edwards and Mr. Ronald Kotara
are the other two members still
serving their present terms.
TRANSFER OF PRODUCER’S
Attends Church Dedication
Mrs. Ellen Turner visited in Er-
ick, Oklahoma, over the weekend
and attended dedication services at
the United Methodist Church in
Home From Hospital
Mrs. M. E. Hodges has returned
to her home after receiving medi-
cal treatment at Hi Plains Baptist
Hospital in Amarillo.
Qlayton Qfloral Co.
410 E. Foster
Phone MO 4-3334
'IN ANY EVENT — SEND FLOWERS"'
In White Deer call Mrs. Harry Edenborough—-883-5421
FARMERS - LET US SERVE YOU!
CONTACT US FOR ALL YOUR . . .
FERTILIZER, FARM CHEMICAL & EXCEL SEED
"Come-in — Wc?*M Be Glad To Serve You"
E. C. Shuman, Manager
Inquiries have been received re-
garding the eligibility of grain for
COC loan in which bargaining con
'tracts or agreements have been
The following is to call your at-
tention to the fact that the transfer
for producer’s interest in grain and
commodities similarly handled is
SeStiOn 1421.62 of general regula-
tions governing price support loans
for the 1964 and subsequent crops
and subparagraph 15C, 1-LP pro-
vide that a producer shall not trans-
fer either bis remaining interest in
or his right to redeem a commod-
ity pledged as security for a loan
It ha® been reported that some
producers may be considering the
execution of contracts or agree-
ments that would “possibly” trans-
fer their interest in or restrict their
right to redeem such grain. This
could result in the producer being
ineligible for a price support loan
on the commodity.
Remember: No grazing is permit-
ted on diverted acres prior to Oc-
tober 15, 1969. This is 15 days later
than last year.
It has been determined that bar-
ley will 'be classified as a feed
grain in 1970. This is the same as
the 1969 program.
POWERS IS DELEGATE TO
BEING HELD IN ARKANSAS
WHITE DEER NEWS
CARSON COUNTY, TEXAS
Thursday, October 9, 1955
White Deer Postmaster Winfield
C. Powers is a state delegate to the
65th annual convention of the Na-
tional Association of Postmasters,
being held this year at Hot Springs
National Park, Arkansas.
The association meets annually
in different cities of the nation to
(bold educational meetings, semi-
nars, and consultation sessions with
top Post Office Department offi-
cials from headquarters in Wash-
ington. The featured speaker this
year will be Postmaster General
Winton M. Blount. He will be join-
ed by many of his top aides at Post
Office Department to discuss pol-
icy 'and operational matters with
field management heads —• the na-
tion’s postmasters. Panel discus-
sions are also an important part of
the program providing postmasters
an opportunity to discuss postal
policy with those who make it.
Nearly 4,000 postmasters from
every state and many U. S. possess
sions which 'are part of the national
postal system will be attending the
Hot Springs meetings. Often term-
ed the “world’s largest business,”
postal employees number about
750.000 and postmasters now head
approximately 32,000 post offices.
They vary in size from the largest
in New York City with more than
42.000 employees to the small rural
office where the local postmaster
often handles the entire business
Also attending the convention this
year are former Postmasters James
A. Farley, John A. Gronouski, Law-
rence F. O’Brien and W. Marvin
Watson. Declining invitations due
to ill health were former PMGs
Jesse Donaldson and Arthur E.
Summerfield. Heading the associa-
tion this year is Lynn, Massachu-
setts, Postmaster Thomas P. Cos-
LOAN RATES FOR CARSON
Grain Sorghum, No. 2 or better,
is $1.53 cwt. Corn, No. 2 or better,
$1.14 bushel. Soybeans, No. 2 or
better, $2.14 busheL
Workman-Like Manner — Please
remember crops not planted and
eared for in a workmanlike man-
ner are ineligible for program bene-
Mr. Looper In Hospital
Mr. Eaf Looper of SkeHytown is
a patient iii Hi. Plains Baptist Hos-
pital iim Amarillo. He is receiving
physical therapy for injuries sus-
tained in an accident several
Ricky Hoskins Injured
October 13th to 17th
Enchiladas, green salad, brown
beans, crackers, milk and apple
Pork Chops, sauer kraut,
buttered corn, bread, milk,
Hamburger Patties, tossed
salad, French fries, onion,
mustard, catsup, buttered buns,
milk, strawberry short cake.
Creamed Turkey on toast,
whipped potatoes, Harvard beets,
milk and ice cream.
Steak or Fish, green beans,
lettuce and tomato salad, hot
rolls, milk and cake.
Mr. James W. Bates of Ft. Lyon,
Colorado, visited in the home of
his brother and family, Vic Bates,
and his mother, Mrs. Mae Bates,
over the weekend.
'Ricky Hoskins, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Hoskins, received med-
ical treatment for an injured knee
in Oklahoma City last week. Ricky
is sporting a full leg oast and will
not see football action for 'at least
Frank Kelp/ Mgr.
White Deer, Texas
Two Way Radio Equipt
PIPE & FITTINGS
(1" thru 6" in stock)
Lay Steel or Plastic Pipe
and Repair leaks on
Gas and Water Lines
Visitors m the E. I*. Cblgrove
home on Friday were their daugh-
ters, Mrs. Lois Vance, and Mrs.
Hazel Edwards of Panhandle.
The White Deer News
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT WHITE DEER, TEXAS
Owner-Publisher: Joseph J. and Jean Miller
Carson County, White Deer, Texas 79097, Box 728
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White Deer News (White Deer, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 9, 1969, newspaper, October 9, 1969; White Deer, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth591244/m1/2/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Carson County Library.