The Panhandle Herald (Panhandle, Tex.), Vol. 61, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, June 4, 1948 Page: 2 of 6
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The Fannandle Herald, Panhandle, Carson County, Texas
Friday, June 4, 1S48 *
In spite of chang,e of plans,
both the Memorial services at the
high school auditorium and the
cemetery were well attended Sun-
day morning. Rev. James Todd,
minister of the First Christian
Church, delivered both the ser-
mon at the school and the address
at the cemetery.
Services at the school were in
charge of the American Legion
and the military rites at the cem-
etery in charge of the Veterans
of Foreign Wars with men of
both bodies participating in both
The grave of Charles Franklin,
veteran of World War I, was deco-
rated in the military service.
Cemetery rites fpllowed imme-
diately the union memorial serv-
In Water Safety To
Be Held June 14-18
Water safety instructors course
"Will be held at Amarillo June 14
through 18. The course will be
taught by a field representative
from the area office.
Any number of qualified per-
sons may attend the class, which
will begin at 10 a. m. June 14.
It will take 15 hours to complete
To qualify for attendance, the
individual must hold either a
junior or senior life saving cer-
tificate, according to Jack Ramey,
chairman of the Carson county
chapter’s water safety committee.
Bigger Fowl Contest
Extended for Year
Poultry lalsers Seek
Efesvier Farm FSosks
Bigger and better drumsticks for
“Junior” are sought in the national
Chicken-of-Tomorrow contest, which
will be extended through 1948. The
decision to continue the event was
made in response to demand from
poultry raisers from coast-to-coast.
Unlike popular reducing fads
among the hen’s human counter-
parts, this barnyard project is de-
signed to add weight to the farm
flocks and to give American chicken
John Jay was the first Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court.
If you’re the woman who wants a hair-do you can take care of
easily, this is for you! There’s nothing so casual, so charming, so
simple to manage as this Feathercut! It makes baby fine hair look
fluffy and fuller, and it is particularly attractive for thick hair which
has been properly thinned. Of course, the basis is a good short hair-
cut and a good soft permanent, and the home permanents of the best
known manufacturers are excellent. Best of all, it’s no trick to set this
hair-do yourself and put it up in pin curls. The sketches show you
how to do it. Follow the procedure outlined in 1, 2, and 3 above. Tie
a ribbon behind your ears and lend a festive look when you’re plan-
ning a sport date or an evening out. (See 4).
Large Irrigation Section
The section in southern Idaho ir-
rigated by the American Falls dam
and reservoir is one of the largest
continuous irrigated sections in the
Montevideo is the capital of
Hurrah For The
Many of us grew up in Panhandle and
wish we had had the opportunity to swim
in such a fine pool as this city will open
Saturday. The pool is a great accom-
plishment for a small city like Pan-
Forecast for 1949
Revolutionary Plane Will Go
760 Miles an Hour.
BIG AMERICAN TANKS WORK OUT FIELD PROBLEM—In the Free Territory >t Tr.esu
Italy, troops of the 351st Infantry Regiment get a “lift” in transport by the huge vehicles of the lot
Tank Company during maneuvers in Duino, Italy.
WASHINGTON—An aviation spe-
cialist affiliated with the national
advisory committee for aeronautics
disclosed that the first supersonic
jet fighter plane in this country may
be flying in 1949.
He said a description of the revo-
lutionary fighter plane which will
travel faster than sound (760 miles
an hour at standard flying condi-
tions) was presented secretly by the
committee to a house appropriations
The air force research plane,
XS-1, has been reported in aviation
journals as having exceeded the
speed of sound for the first time.
This plane, however, cannot take
off under its own power and has to
be released in the air by a mother
plane. The official top aircraft
speed is 650.6 miles an hour set by
the navy’s research plane, the Sky-
The committee, a government air-
craft research agency established
in 1915, reported to congress that
the supersonic jet fighter as well as
three new jet bombers are now
under development. The bombers
will have speeds exceeding 500
miles an hour.
“A technological revolution in
warfare is taking place,” the com-
mittee said in its report. “The key
factor in our security is an aero-
nautical research program of suf-
ficient magnitude and vision to as-
sure our technical superiority in
“Aeronautical science is in a
period of revolutionary change. We
are confident that flight of tacti-
cally-useful piloted airplanes above
the speed of sound is attainable by
any nation willing to make the ef-
fort. We know this effort is being
A day-old chick perches on a
model of the Chicken-of-Tomor-
row, the objective in a nationwide
contest extended through 1948.
eaters more for their money. Poul-
trymen from all parts of the coun-
try are joining in the hunt for a
breeding formula which will add at
least 10 per cent more meat to the
present-day chicken. A higher per-
centage of meat on the bone
structure and even meatier wings
are sought, thus assuring “Junior”
that no longer will only a skimpy ap-
pendage be left as his lot when the
dinner platter arrives at his lowly
The industry-wide educational
breeding contest originally was set
up on a three-year basis, with two
years of state and regional contests
culminating in a grand national
championship this spring in Dela-
ware. Forty top breeders throughout
the nation will send eggs to the
finals, where they will be hatched
and raised under identical conditions
under supervision of the depart-
ment of agriculture. Winners will re-
ceive $7,000 in prizes awarded by
A & P stores, sponsors of the con-
"Puppy Feast' of
Three Fraternity Members Asked
To Explain Initiation Week
LOS ANGELES.—The city attor-
ney here ordered the president of
Beta Theta Pi fraternity and two
pledges to explain their sides to
charges that a “hell week” initia-
tion necessitated the slaying and
eating of a cocker spaniel puppy.
The social fraternity on the cam-
pus of University of California at
Los Angeles denied the charges
made by one pledge who resigned
because he was "revolted” by the
asserted execution of a six-month-
old puppy obtained from the Santa
Monica city pound.
Jim Higson, fraternity president,
said he knew nothing of the as-
serted killing and “puppy feast.”
John G. Hallock, 24-year-old
former air force sergeant who was
questioned by the city attorney’s
office after a “tip” from an un-
identified person, said the dog was
killed on orders from an older
member to bring a “freshly killed
dog” for dinner.
The fraternity denied any such
instructions but admitted a cocker
spaniel female puppy was bought
from the Santa Monica pound for
a mascot and said that it had run
The boys brought the puppy to
the house and it was jumping
around licking their hands, Hallock
“I guess it was glad to get out
of the pound. Richard Roberts told
me they hated to go through with
their orders but decided the best
way would be to hit it over the
“They went to the grocery store
and bought some milk and while
the dog was drinking it they killed
it. It was alive after the first blow
so they hit it a couple more times,”
He admitted he had not seen the
execution but had seen the dog’s
body carried into the basement.
He said he did not know whether
it actually had been eaten because
he left the house then and did not
Dies in Nebraska
E. F. Preusser left Tuesday eve-
ning for Petersburg, Neb., to
attend funeral services for an
uncle, C. L. Reuth, 6 5, who died
unexpectedly in Omaha, Neb.,
Funeral services for Mr. Reuth,
who had lived all of his life in
Petersburg, were held Thursday
Mugwumps Were Deserters
The Mugwumps were a group of
Republicans, interested in civil
service reform, who deserted their
party in 1884 in favor of Cleveland
for the presidency.
Mailin Eagle was elected a trus-
tee of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars at their meeting Wednesday
evening. Plans were also com-
pleted for their barbecue on Sat-
Let’s Have a Grand Opening of
Bring the whole family to Panhandle
Saturday for the opening of the swim-
ming pool and the other activities spon-
sored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Panhandle is mighty proud of this
swimming pool, an achievement due to
the cooperation of many civic-minded
persons. Patronize the pool.
Go to the VFW barbecue at 1 p. m.
Carson County Abstract Co.
Insurance Counsellors—Abstractors of Land Titles
J. C. McCOLLOUGH CYRIL PINGELTON
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PRINT, 25 Lbs.
SHOP OUR STORE THIS WEEK-END FOR OTHER
RED HOT SPECIALS, WHICH WILL BE MARKED.
Let’s all help to make Saturday a big day for the
V. F. W. and for opening of the Swimming Pool.
PANHANDLE RE & GROCERY
W. L. CUNNINGHAM
Why keep a rooster when an alarm
clock is cheaper?
That question is posed by Boyd A.
Ivory, Wyoming agricultural exten-
sion service poultry specialist. A
rooster, Ivory points out, eats about
$5 worth of feed a year at current
prices. All you get in return, he in-
sists; is a lot of crowing—accom-
panied by NO eggs!
A rooster is worthless in a poultry
flock unless he is being used for
breeding purposes in supplying fer-
tile eggs for hatcheries or home in-
Hens won’t lay any more eggs than
they are laying just because a roost-
er is on the premises, so why not
sell that “crowing so-and-so”?
Trade him for a $1.93 alarm clock
that tells the time of day for the
entire 24 hours and you’ll save about
$3 in feed costs on the swap!
Quality Chicks Heeded
To Offset Feed Costs
One method through which poul-
trymen can combat the present
high cost of feed is to purchase
good quality chicks. Feed costs,
records" compiled by the extension
service indicate, now amount to 60
per cent or more of the total costs
of producing eggs and chicken
meat in contrast to 50 per cent in
Tree 'Butchery' Blamed
On Untrained Primers
It often takes 50 to 75 years to
raise a good shade tree. But, exten-
sion foresters insist, it takes only a
few minutes for an untrained
pruner to ruin its beauty. Poor trim-
ming technique is destroying the
beauty of many streets.
Examples of good pruning are
seen on most public building
grounds. On the other hand, on al-
most any street examples of tree
“butchery” can be seen.
You want the best in enjoyment Saturday, come to
Panhandle and join in the day s fun.
You’ll find plenty doing here with the VFW pie auc-
tion and barbecue, swimming pool opening and bath-
ing beauty revue, baseball game and dance.
Not a dull moment—and here you can get Shamrock
gas and oils, Seiberling tires and many other acces-
PLAINS MOTOR CO.
AUTHORIZED OLDSMOBILE DEALER
IKE HANSON DICK WEATHERLY
MAKE II A GALA DAY
Everybody should come to town Saturday and
make it a day long to be remembered. Get to town
by noon and get set for the big VFW barbecue and a
full afternoon of entertainment.
Our swimming pool is one of the greatest pi ejects
ever completed by a community the size of Panhandle.
Let’s back it up with our attendance — also see the
bathing beauty revue.
A. J. WISER & CO.
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Warren, David M. The Panhandle Herald (Panhandle, Tex.), Vol. 61, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, June 4, 1948, newspaper, June 4, 1948; Panhandle, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth591293/m1/2/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Carson County Library.