The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 66, No. 286, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 30, 1960 Page: 4 of 16
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The Guadalupe Valley Fanner— Supplement of The Cuero Record
THI GUADALUPE VALLEY FARMER
Devoted To The Interest
Farm and Ranch Families
ty GHbirt T. Held erne a
Forage lo Gel Major !|
Emphasis II Dairy
Online* Atabon, Nov. 30 — A
'first for the annua! Texas AAM
| College Dairyman’* Short Cour- j |
|*e. December 1 and 2, wfll bef l
By POLLY HOWERTON
II i a
a hay show. It Is being used to I f|
emphasize the importance of
forage to dairy production said
_ .................. ...______________ A. M. Meekma extension dairy
■Ah* DeWi# Chanty Ml Coun-m the brick. Sorb creek* might * spK;i!,Us, ....
■* ^ *,*«., —K^djX'MZP'l,'%£2.ro•«-
and this couM cause a fire that,enter one or more samples erf Thursday, uecemoer J«-
you don't want. Make any re- their locally produced hav Ea-
peir* necessary. ch entry should be a block of
j No matter what kind of heat-1 hay from four to six inches ths-
j mg equipment you have, it nor- ck and normal bak size in l™„ mhr r nth The\
malfy requires some maintenan- th and width. All entries should *- ' “ • ’ ‘ ^ Cuero dursnsr ins several weeks with her par-
Counal Delegate; and Alternate ^ annuaJ ch*ck-up Look ! be delivered to the Dairy Cm- “prp ■ Coem
noon a! 24(i P-21 in the County
Qjiirtsnoom at the DeWItt Coun-
tyTYsirthouse This is a change
tvrnn the regular meeting whi-
ch would haw been held last
Saturday. The ISfcl President,
_ and Mrs. Irvin Hotz Thursday j Thanksgiving amices
Belated congratulations to the . J<*n Hot* spent the weekend |«eU attended Thursday
H. N Hennekes who observed;in Rosenberg with relative*
day at die home of Mr,
Mrs. Reuben Gohmert
Visitors in the Otto
and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Caruth-
ers have returned home after
Stahl j a visit in the home of their
Herbert Ziekmka and
»*- ek‘tol norm,, toko* « tot-! «*'—“W rf Jtoto. - «—<-
DrJegatcw wiil also attend
IT* Westboff and Lindenau
AH Club* wall have their Christ-
ina* parties. Sunday. Both clubs
•nil have turkey suppers. Wes-
ibatf ha* theirs set to begin at
$ HO P M and Lindenau at 7 M
P M. Westhoff will meet at the
school cafeteria and Lindenau
at the Pariah HaSL
Fan is heating equipment “ch-
ecK-up ' lime. It trill pay to ma-
ke sure that aS of your heating
equipment, i* gheeked out and^J^
needy to give eontinuoo* amice'
for the rest at the winter.
'ft fan haw * central beating
system, make sure that the fil-
ter a clean. Replace it if nec-
essary. Clean aft any accumu-
lation of mot and dost and
ter before noon on December 1, thc’ t,nt 'Turkey
over yours how. and If there is
any question of serviceability Meekma said,
of any part of your equipment,] The entries will be grouped
repair it or obtain the assist an- according to varieties and judged
ce of a competent seme* man. on the basis of color, leafiness.
A few minutes now could pre- stage of maturity, odor, stem-
vent some uncomfortable times ,ness. etc. Short course partici-
this winter 1 pants will have an opportunity
Leaf rust occurs on oa? In to place the sample* before the
DeWitt County, but it is more official results are announced,
likely to cause severe farr.sge Samples of legume and prairie
in areas of high rainfall or dur- hays with offictaJ USDA grad-
ing years of above average es will be on display
txm in 1912.
Joe S. Taylor, chairman, Da-
This fungus caused severe da-, try Science Extension Section
mage in South Texas in 1958. Pennsylvania State University.'
New races attacked several var- will be the featured speaker on dark with the colored Christmas
Trot celebra- ents. Mr. and Mrs S. J. De-
Dear. while her husband is on
__ sea duty.
cKjhiiw wnffnM whn ha« heen Mrs. David Calliham and
ill «t ter home for a* fast »>■ "?»*." “* Uxu* Si’1"'
and Mrs. Irvin Hotz were Oscar Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.
Hertz of Austin and Mr. and Claude Arnold and family and
romme in Monday afternoon Mrs. S. J. DeDear. enjoyed a turkey dinner.
'rom a trio out west at Lubbock- Mr. and Mrs. David Calliham Mrs. Tildie Osterloh was hos-
T attended the special Thanksgiv-, teas Thanksgiving afternoon to
to attend the wedding of a ^ ^ a^,rst Methodigt ' a luncheon in honor of her hirth-
church in Cuero Thursday. i day. Refreshments were served.
___j Out of town guests were Mr.
_ , , .. , ii a a a n r ■ u and Mrs. H. L. Jones of San
Cuero looks quite gay after N 0 R D H E I M -Antonio, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Paul’s Lutheran church
Rev. Burow as speaker The home Sunday were Mr and son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
Mission Society had a Thanks- Mrs. Wallace Stahl ami daugh- and Mrs. Glenn Salmon of
giving arrangement on the ai- j ter. Cynthia, Paul Stahl. Mr.
tar. The choral group sang and Mrs. Dalton Brandt and
“Count Your Many Blessings " ] Larry, Mr. and Mrs. B. C Ohrt
Mr nd Mrs. George Neskork I and children, Mr. and Mrs. Otto
and Charles of San Antonio en- Adickes. Miss Emma Adickes.
Pete and Claire
afternoon i •
friend. They say that is a long
way to go to a wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ideus and
Mr. and Mrs. John Diebel.
Mrs. Paul Wendel is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Phillip Henke,
in El Paso. Mrs. Henke under-
went surgery recently, but is
back home again.
Leon Nagel and son, Glen,
each shot a buck this week.
vr .Reininger and children of Wa-
leoes, and oat plants were killed forage His presentation is sch- tights on. yes m answer o Robert Bruce Mattingly, son ^ Mrs LjjIie Grosse and Al-
m early April. Normally, pas- cduled for 1 30 pm. December criticism »t cwi.d «and a few ^ Mr ^ yni w. Mattingly bert of Runge. Mr. and Mrs.
lures in South Texas produce fo- 1 and is titled ’ How Dairymen more strings and perhaps one of ^ Corpus Christi, had his birth- Dan Yates and Charles of Eagle
rage until the middle of May Use The Pennsy,vania Forage these days we can maiuge it,jdliy Nov ; pas* and Mr. and Mrs. Alton
or early June. Testing Program.” Taylor is a but unul we do. we think these Mrs Lou^ Stuermer spent Mueller of El Campo.
add to the holiday spirit. *he Thanksgiving holidays in
„ „ ,u . , , San Antonio with Mr. and Mrs. weekend with his grandmother,
Bert Mane McAlister wishing Kiaeveman and children. Mrs. Lillie Grosse, and Albert
Ralph Drapia of San Marcos p, Runge.
check the gas and electrical;
connection*. Oil the fan m >tor mft reduces the viekJ erf 1937 dairy science graduate of
union it i* <rf the sealed unit ^ acre ^ causes Texas AAM College: was a mem
TfP*» ayaMf *ore the ‘m - xven Wxigmg in maturing pi- her erf the dairy cattle judmng
belt I* not worn and unservice- The fungus producer small team and is a brother of Mrs
ablo- i bright orange-red. dust-like bu- Herman F. Heep. He holds an
'Spfos haste* mstBa be (pustules) on the leaves M.S. degree frdm Cornell Unn-
Mr. and Mrs. James Jaeger
and son. Jamie, of Victoria,
spent the weekend in the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. August Arnold
Roy Yates of Austin spent the j observed their 25th w edding
Willie Broil of Wharton was
complimented with a birthday
dinner Sunday at the home ot
his mother, Mrs. F. A. Broil.
A turkey dinner was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ander-
son of Kingsville visited re-
cently in the home of their cou-
sins, J. N. Woods, Miss Mary
Woods and Mrs. Frona Du-
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Broil and
daughter, Delores Jean, of San
Antonio were recent guests of
his mother, Mrs. Joe Broil, Sr.
Dinner guests Thanksgiving
, Day of Mr. and Mrs. H. D.
] Shows were J. N. Woods, Miss
Mary Woods. Mu. Frona Du-
Bose. Mrs. Iva Bell Dittfurlh
and daughter. Iva Jo.
eked for faulty mmeetton* and
she had some kind of casual hat i
that either fit over or around ;
This dust contains many mic- ersity and is nationaDy reeognit-
dirty burner*. They should roscoptc rust seed tsporesF ed for ts work m Pennsylvania
located <b ■ flm Oyy .Onnot ay- spread by wind. The hay show and a tour of
erheKt any ftesd^y equipment | Temperature* of «0 to 89 de- the Dairy Center will follow
greet are favorable for the dis- Taykw s address Those attend- her family for a Christmas pre
ease. Once the disease is on a ling will .see an electric gate for sent,
plant, the teraperture can drop self-feeding frown a banker ty-
beicm freeziag and pe silo: get a progress report
will remain dormant.’ only to m research covering the ’har-
emerge again with wanner area-1 vestote’ system of storing *hay-
ther ' \ Jag**; see the developments up
The best guard against leaf ;_t» now m the breeding program
]rust is to grow resistant vane-, to get more, feat tolerance in
1 ties or ttose that tend to escape' dairy animals and hear, reports
was here for the weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Drapala.
Mr. and Mrs. Hully Dahlman
of San Antonio visited in Hous-
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morgan
and David of Kenedy, Mr. and
Ilf yoa htNT « wood-burning
f»replace, an aimuai check of
Adele Jackson winding up a
pretty oil painting Monday night ^ her parents. Mr.
and plan^ to gi^ it to oneof Mrs Brooks Sunday.
Dan Simmons observed
birthday Nov. 24.
, _ " . . Mrs. Lottie Hattenbaeh at
Bird and Cart Bohne receiving ^^ed her birthday
word that Nesta Taylor and dau- ^ 24
Mrs. Chas. Wittmer and Randv vvere served
anniversary recently. Friends!
and relatives arranged a sur-j
prise party. Mr. and Mrs. Ar- ■
nold received many useful and [
beautiful gifts. Refreshments
DeWitt Poth at Yoakum was a
of Cuero and Ralph Drapala of j Mr. and Mrs. Adam Shows
and San Marcos spent the weekend entertained with a turkey din-
with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Drapala ner Thanksgiving Day. Guests
his I —- were Mrs. Slaughter and dau-
ghter. May, of Goliad, Mrs.
Gladys Caruthers and daugh-
_ , . . ... . ters, Donna and Lana, of
______ , Th* infant son of Mr. and ^harton Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jones and Mrs. Gerald Wendel was baptiz-; shows of G<mza]es. Mr. and
“ *“ ed in the Lutheran church Sun- Mrs. M. E. Shows, Mr. and
James Shows and child-
Brenda and James Jr.,
znter Helen of Mexico City win
arrive- m Cuero Sunday, Decetn- Mrs. Vernon Osterloh were m
her 4th to spend a few- day*. yorirtown on business Tuesday 4ay He was named Bryan Lee. Mrs.
Mrs. Hattie Simmon*_ an<^ | Sponsors were Miss Sherry jren.
Factory Sales Drop
WASHINGTON UP! Fact-
ory sales dropped to a 12-month
low in October and new orders
and inventories also declined
The Commerce Department
reported Monday that new o il-
ers fell by $1.1 billion, the lar-
gest one-month loss all year.
Officials said the drop appeared
to stem from temporary decline
in Defense Department con-
tracting for aircraft, missiles
and electronic equipment
Dan returned from
the disease. No commercial var- on hoot maturity effects the vaj- bussnev* visitor in Cuero Toes- Q,mtj Tuesday. They
iety is resistant to all races of ue of silage made from sorgtv
Jeaf rust, but Suregrain and Mo- tans. Special emphasis wiD be
regram ate resistant to a nuro-; placed an cutting the sorghum
her of races. Race\2M. which}** the right stage of maturhy,
attacks Sarggratn and Moregra-; ————--
in. wa* found m the southern: Behans# at the cofrttmied thre-
United States in 1M, however at of new nwt races, the need
Alber, New Nortex and Camel- Uw improved, resistant varie-
!la produce some grain and for-‘ties is always present. An effort
age even when rust is present » underway to establish cer-
Corpus Metting. Mrs. Dalton
visited ^ Gilbert Drier
Many lovely flowers from the
Carrutber* weddir^ deccaating
friends' homes and offices so
jiecfde could enjoy them longer.
Mm. dotegete ail them
Open For Inspection
ONLY 54.00 per Mo.
TERMS TO SUIT
We Build Anywhere
Call HI 3-7540
L. D. WASICEK
UN Ria Grand*
tain oat varieties, and this shou-
ld reduce the risk of new and
dangerous rust races being car-
ried into Texas by the wind.
Contact your local county a-
gent for more information on
oat diseases. Ask for a copy of
L-465 “Disease* of Oats.”
Dr. Calvin Wallace
New Kan Antonin Hisray
Pit*. Office < g *-3408
Ron. CB *-4881
Mr. and Mr*. W. Mattingly and Reubnn Wendel. Ralph Egg
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kruse j and Rev Arhelger made a busi-
in Mathew. ness trip to the Hill Country
Mr. and Mr*. Alton Enke and Saturday,
children from Corpus Christi Karen. Deborah and Vickie
spent the weekend with Mr. osd.Oehlke of Port Lavaca spent a
Mrs. Henry Remmer*. few days with their grandpar-
Mr. and Mrs Gordon Smith ent* the Werner Hartmans,
and children and Mr. and Mr*, while their parents moved into
Morris Webb, all of Houston, ,a tics' home in Port Lavaca,
spent Thnksgiving with Mrs Gary Rangnow, son of Mr. f
Bertha Mueller and Herbert Kla- Mrs.Otto Rangnow, was op-
erated on for appendicitis Sat-j
Metting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sanders,
* Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hanna and
Herman Shows of
Mr. and Mr* Don Yates, Roy
and Charles of Eagle Pass were
weekend guest* of Mrs. Lillie given Saturday in Lutheran Par-
Grosse and Albert. Roy is a?ish House honoring Miss Char-
student in Texas University. | lene Ruschhaupt
j Junior Bridge club met Sun-
Mr. and Mr*. Howard Rein-
inger. Susan, Patty Arm. Russell
and Randall of Waco visited
Mrs. Gussie Jutz Thanksgiving
and attended the birthday of
Mrs. Tildie Osterloh. The Retn-
mgers will leave for their new
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home in St. Louis in the near
Mrs. S. J. DeDear and Mrs. j future. Mr. Reininger was trans-
Ed DeDear returned home ferred there as supervisor with
Thursday after spending two the Bell Telephone Co.
weeks in Arcadia with Mr and Mr. and Mrs. H A. Reininger,
Mr*. Herbert Ziekmka and and children spent Friday and
children f Saturday with his mother, Mrs.
Mr and Mrs. C. P. Murphree; Elsie Reininger, In San An-
spent Thanksgiving in Edna tonio.
with Mrs. Bill Murphree and
Nutrena Egg Ration A
New, improved 1961
It's tooted and proved in feeding trials at
NuIrena’s Research Form. The new im-
proved formula produced 27 dozen more
egg* per ton fed than even last year’*
Egg Ration A. At peak production, bird*
on only 2.63 pounds of
.they averaged 4.26 feed
• Lour fiber
EGG RATION A
Meekma said the entire pro-
gram is one that forward-look-
ing dairymen can’t afford to
miss. Local county agents can
supply additional information
on the short course.
rci TOM IN BULK
Aak us about our special
prices for truckload lota.
■ - ■
W H. Mathis.
Doris Hoffman at Cuero ac-
companied the David Calliham
family to Victoria Tuesday night
to attend the Band Marching
W. J. Weber of Victoria and
Charlene Schlinke of Meyers-
ville visited relatives here Sun-
Those visiting in the Sidney
DeDear home Friday were Mr.
and Mrs. Adam DeDear and
family of Houston, Mrs. W. J.
Weber of Victoria and Mrs. A.
G. Preiss of Schroeder.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hotz of
Meyersville visited Ed Hotz
Mr. and Mr*. Vernon Osterloh
entertained with a turkey sup-
per Wednesday. Out of town
guests were Mr. and Mr*. O F. |
Alex, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jone*:
and Mr*. Tildie Osterloh.
Eugene Bauman, Patsy Bae-j
*a, Marion Bauman and Nolan j
Sucher, all of Segufn, at-
tended Thanksgiving service*
Mr. and Mr*. C. Kenne and
sons of Cuero, Mrs. Frieda Bo-
hach, Miss Mildred Bohach of
San Antonio and Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Voekel and Craig of
Rock Springs spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bohach
and daughter. They entertained
with a turkey dinner. The Bo-
hach'* live fat Medina.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gruetz-
macher and Gordon and Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Garner and Kirby
spent Sunday with Mrs. Bertha
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