The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 43, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 14, 1959 Page: 3 of 14
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THE Ct'ERO RECORD, Wednesday, January 14, ISSt S
i Read by The Families
The Guadalupe Valley Farmer— Supplement of The Cuero Record
Devoted To The Intenst j
TUI1 ft 11 A St A I II P F V A 1 I K* Y It A 1! IM I1 IS
I H l ulnvnLllIi t/iLLLI r ii 11 ill L It
Farm and Ranch Families
County, Afudl 3hei£
by 6iibcri T. Heideman
Wins Top 4-H Award NORDHEIM
For Swine Project
T!i'* Neighborhood 4-11 Club ] ing. The ralf, w hen feeding is
v : rrt Thursday night at finisi.ed will he sold on the open
' . h' echoed Community Cen- market.
i . The Meyersvilie Club meets The 4-H Program is designed
:^’£r2S *» >»»«- en,.. Eh
cal experience in the fields of
Jess* Holloway. 1«. of T'elera-
burg. has the (lt.-nin< t.on of beinft
the first state winner In a brand
new 4-H Swine project. For hi*
suet ess in swine
product ion and
! marketing, he
I was awarded an
i all-e*pense paid
trip to the Na-
tional 4 H Club
| Congress held
I rerently In Clti-
eago. The award
| donor was Moor-
Mrs. Gusnie Jutz
We wish Mrs. John I'iefenhach
of California a speedy recovery
from surpery she underwent last
week in a California hospital
Mrs. John Diefenlw It is tl.e
former Winnifred D.'ihlmurm of
Mrs. I Via Ttuesinp was io-t-
ess to the Nile 4J Ciult Friday
night at her home. A lunch was
served. Winners were Mrs. Ida
The Jioanl of supers isors held
Club meets Wednesday Night at
the Arricekeville School. All
meetings 'start at 7:30 p.m.
Plans are being made to hold
two meetings in PeWitt County
for cotton producers One is
planned on the new cotton pro-
Your County Agent Mil has a
few of the "Farmer’s Tax (unde
- 1959 Editon" for free dstrhu-
tion. If you do not. have a copy
and would like one write, call or
graiTv for 1959 and the other is cofie2^’ ,h° ,,ff"'P-
a ■ open: I cut ton meeting to rov- . - -o -
Alvin Wyatt, of Cuero stopped
a • encri.l extort meeting
er all phases of production. As
plans are com
scon as all the
by tic oflice to make appfica-
pieted you .will be informed as ,‘on for fish. , from ,hc l- s
to the time and place of cadi of anf* Wildlife Service to
stock his farm ponds. Farm
t»onds, in addition to supplying
water, ran serve as a means of
recreation as well as a source of
Coed. P.esrarch studies show
IT111iI .Meyer of the Giuenau
Community reports that flax
suffered lathe severe damage
.luring the p**t cold spell. Flax ,har an acre of P0™1 'va,or nrp<ls
i- a cool sea. ,n plant but must fr-°,m 300 lo 500 m;,n nf
Invo some si/e to vvitlsiand •*sbmB each year to keep fish
temperature* in the low :«#. production at a maximum. If
0 your family cannot fish the
Kuymond Arnold'of the Mcv- Pon,J as ho'lvi,v as il f houl,> 1,0
cis. nl. 4 II Hub has put a b«ef, f,s*od >'0llr f,'cnds ,0
calf on feed a.s a 4-11 project f,sh Thii "ll! hplP- la»*'r ’halt
Tin i a If is being fed as he h,urt ,l,lc pond. B-213 "Improve
v uts .a ..ei c.xpei ieiii e in feed- ' our *ar*T> **s'‘ F’ond Is avail-
■ __i able free of charge from your
County Agent. This bulletin goes
into detail on most subjects re-
lating to farm fish ponds.
Now is a good time to get
your farm equipment that you
use in the spring in tip-top
shape. Sueh implements as
planters. . grain drills, cultivat-
ors, rollers and other equip-
ment, if shaped up now might
prevent a costly delay later.
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This month and next are good
months to transplant trees. Hol-
es for transplanting should be
Dr. Calvin Wallace
New San Antonio Hiway
Phs. O'fice ( K 5 3468
Ites. CB 5 1831
Meichen. Mrs. Frieda Holiaeh, their regular Soil (nn-.ei\alum
Mrs. Angel Fee Harbors and District hoard meeting lust Wed
Mis. Lydia liewes. nesday with all yroinher present.
Mis. Dan Vlaskins and child- except J. F. Filler who was at
t en were in Yorktown Saturday. Abilene attending State I onven-
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mittsch- tion of the Association of Soil
ler entertained with a turkey Conservation District Supervisors,
dinner Sunday in honor of their
-on. Mark, who was baptised in I ho supervisor, set January
the Lutheran faith by Lev Mar xi as the date to select then
tin Hurrovv. Sponsors wane La- nominee for outstanding conser-
ttur lloehne of Victoria. Kay \ at ion farmer tor the Foil Worth
Krause of San Antonio and Lana Press Award program.
Odens of Yorktown.
I i iv ale* Dalton Harliers of Gilbert Heideman. county agent,
Nordheim, who is in the Aripy. -»itVc> ii report at the Supervisors1
is attending the Navy sehool of meeting about’the planning'work
Music in Wash., It. ( . that had been done for the es-
Mr. and Mrs. Fdgar Hat hers ._
and Duane accompanied Dalton y,,, TiMU, Osteiloh and Mrs.
Umbers to San Antonio Tliurs- (;ussi«' Jutz made ii business j
da-v- K trip to Yorktown Satindav. !
Mrs. Travis Semper and Mrs. They visited Mrs. August Mud-
Elmo N'eutzler entertained 'the |c,\
Huneo Club at the Izaunge lues- Wrnon Osteiloh made n Inisi-
day. Mrs. Ous Mueller and Mrs. ness trip to Hay City Saturday. |
Harold Stirl were high and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs O. F. Alex 1
Elmo Neulzler was low. A Itin- visited Mr and Mis. Vernon ■
ell was served. Osterloh and sons Friday night. !
Mrs. Ixiuis December apd Mrs Emil Wied Sr. lias returned i
Lizzie W'olpman observed their home from a few weeks visit
birthdays Jan. S * with his son, L. V. Jr., and fain- 1
Mr. and Mrs. Hill Butler visit- ily in Brownwood. I
"d in Houston with Mr. and James .N'eutzler and Mrs. 1
Mrs. J. C. Butler over the Kuth Davis of San Antonio
weekend. spent Saturday with Mrs. L. C. |
Mr. and Mrs Cordon Smith N'eutzler, Hchna and other rcla- |
and children of Houston. Virgio lives. j
Klaeveman, Donald Drevrr of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Osterloh,
San Antonio, Herbert Klaeve- Terry and Timmy were dinner
man and Mr and Mrs. Cecil j guests of the O. F. Alex family
Garner and Kirby of Yorktown I Sunday,
were dinner guests of Mrs. Ber-
(Homes NOT Houses)
The project is uniter the direc-
tion of the Cooperative Exten-
Young Holloway started hts
first swine project five years ago
with six registered Ouroc bar-
rows. To get them for his son.
his father had had to drive all
the way to-Oklnhoma. Put It was
Durocs Bring Rewards
That very first year, vonng
Holloway's llurors won a cham-
pion ship and two other honors
at the Dallas State Fair. With
such a start, Holloway was ready
for more breeding hogs. So bis
father, faced with another trip
to Oklahoma, decided It would
save time and money to go Into
the registered Duroc business.
With that help, young Hollo-
way has since shown two grand
champions, a reserve grand
champion, three champions, nod
a reserve champion In competi-
tion at Petersburg and Lubbock
Fairs and at the Plainvlew Fat
Stock Show. He has won two
awards for swine showmanship.
Establish Own Business
This energetic 4 H er and his
father now have a modern far-
rowing barn and swine business
that has even brought them mail
from the Phillipinas, Inquiring
about their ideas and methods.
Holloway has helped many
other Hale County 4-H'ers get
started with Durocs. Recently he
has hranced out with projects in
market animals, beef cattle, cot-
ton and grain, electricity, and
landscape improvement. Some of
them grew out of needs for spe- ,,
clfic information as a result of I "a Mueller Sunday,
his swine raising. 1 Mrs. Blanch Laging and Mrs
President two years of tbo j Thelma Eslili observed
Petersburg CH Club, ho organ- ; birthdays Jan. 1.1.
i Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gruetz-
| marher and Gordon of Palacios
visited relatives here over the
Albert Stirl Is much improved
from his recent illness.
Roy Yates has returned to
t.Milishim nt of a grass demonstra-
tion plivi. Plans are to include
the Inner native graces adapt-
ed to the area a, well as the bet-
ter introduced grasses.
August L. Schulte, who has re-
cently pin chased the L I Wehmrn
plat e two miles south of West-
hoff is developing a -oil and wa-
ter conservation' plan. Angleton
grass is to he used m the water-
ways to control tie erosion and
to m-msli hay for livestock.
.St hullo used ;t Farmers 1! e
Administration Loan in the
• has'e of the farm.
The National Assoeta! ion o'
Soil Conservation District Super-
visors will have its annual con-
vention at Houston February 1-5.
I’h's is ifit lust ,,nc a
N A.S (' I), convention hits boon
held in Texas. Local supervisors
are making plans to attend
Mrs Frieda.,Warniuth recently
completed a basic conservation
Pirn for her farm, near Nopal,
This plan was worked out by
Mrs Warmuth with the assistance
of technician of the Soil Gonaeiv>
cation Service at Yorktown. Sine*
the plan was completed approxi-
mately one and one-half miles of
terraces have been built. These
■ errahes will empty excess water
onto previously shaped and sod-
■Sheep have three times M
many ted corpuscles as human!
Pli. Office—< It S till
Hex. — fit 5-4143
& Butane Gas Co.
Call CR 5-5242
ALKLKT SUM.I.HIS. Mgr.
Shop and Save at Sc/usjjn&U'
Bip S t hick Starter .................. $5.0®
Big S Chick Grower ..................$4.8®
Big S Complete Layer ..........*.....$4.1®
Big S Complete Cage Layer...........$4.1®
Big S ( heapsidc Laver................$3.90
Big S I*ig & Sow Feed .................$4.§®
Big S Complete Hog Feed.............$3.9®
Big S 35% Hog Supplement.......... $5.2®
Big S H*% Dairy Feed................$3.35
Big S llorsc & Mule Feed...... ......$3.9®
Ask about BULK FEED Prices. Delivered
Bulk to your Bin or Feed Room.
We Buy Far Corn Every Day of the Year.
Let Us Book Your Baby Chick Needs.
i»M()B|LE peep SERVICE
fat, I ~~»10» South Esplanade
Phone Ml 3 3888
txed a square dance group that
has appeared on several TW
Stainless xteefs growing popu-
larity is attested by the f^ct i
that that mere than half of the _
able flatware now sold is made (0|7>us Christi after spending a
of this metal. ff>"- days with Mrs. Lillie (.rosso
and Albert in Runge.
large enough ro the rootf'Will
lay in their natural pcsltlon.
Carlos Klaeveman. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Klneve-
No Down Poyments
(Subject To location)
On Your LOT or Onra
L. D. WASICEK BUILDERS
Cover with loose soil, firm down j man- has returned to his base
♦ in Georgia after spending a
few weeks with his parents.
Judge and Mrs. Kersey of
Call HI 3-7340 Coltert — Victoria
and water good. Any plant trans-
planted should be pruned back ao
the root system vvhirh remains
will not be overloaded In trying
to take rare of too many branch-
es. No fertilizer should be used
j until the plant has become estab-1
BUY NOW AND SAVE
CASH DISCOUNTS ON
Come In And Let Is Show You How You Can Save
Money On Swift’s Chicks By Ordering Now For Delivery
When You’re Ready For Them. <
Wc Now Hove Seed Potatoes
Let Is Supply Your Needs!
Couunmial Milling Company
Bailey, Calif., left for their
home Thursday after spending
the holidays with her mother.
Mrs. Hattie Simmons. Mr. anti
Mrs. W. Mattingly and Brure In
Corpus Christ! and Dan Sim-
mons in Houston.
Mrs. Edgar Harbors, Mrs.
Monroe Charpentier and Mins
Malinda Peters were in San An-
tonio one day last week.
Juli Ann Dahlmnn, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James Dahlman
of .San Antonio, was six jeans
old Jan. JO. Her mother cntci-
•ained a group of young folks m
honor of her birthday.
1 lie if. ,V. A. Wednesday in-
stalled officers for the coming
term. A covered dish lunch was
, Mrs. - W. Stark was recent
i hostess to member of Kraenz-
j c!i®n No. 1 and invited quests. A
[ delicious Itmrh was served.
Glenda Dornburg of Houston
spent a few days with Malinda
Peters during the holidays.
Mr. and Airs. Nelson Jzahl-
; man visited her parents, Mr. and
Mr*. Harvey of f.nke Gu- ,lc s.
on New Year’s.
Mrs. Emilio Dreyer teturned
liome Thursday from .San An.
tonio after spending the holiday
with her children She was aV-
coinpanied home |,y b- r son, 1.
Mrs. Dora' Buesing cntc-itam- d
the M Club Eriday. A June Ii v.
served. High were Mrs. Ma: .•
Menn, Mrs. -Mary’, Mueller, Mi
f^rtha Mueller and M • 'll.
Butane ft Natural Gas
For Sale By
Home Owned Nick 4 anieron
123 N. Esplanade, CR 8-4725
(y» ,6... ' «»
1 A// lOOs jga,
d// -Sperla, 49^
J L oufih Svrup
Yen get a "bonus ' in the large
size because there's more in it
for you more of the piodui I
. . . and more savings too .
sav ings that can add up to fc'i
a year and more on the products
used daily in your home. Al-
ways buy the large size it's
the bargain buy all ways. ,
• Builds strong
fong tine mimunitic-i
against both blackleg one
malignant edema, and
• Builds seasonal protection
against shipping fever
Just one 10 cc. dose gets all I lira
t’U, t*»> autki'tti -j ms" i
Pam roue S.Uior.nz Cutter OutnUtie UM|
Pet or Carnation
TAI L CAN
S|»«-4 i;,| l imit
4 ;»s|i \n«l ( ,4. i \
luT E. Barn!:tcn St.
Ph. C’R 5-5213
FRIDAY, JAN. 23
IVc Have About 75 Breeder Bulls
HEREFORD & ANGUS
2 to 1 Years Old
Bull Sale Starts 12 Noon
Regular Sale Will Fodow At 1 P M.
Cuero Livestock Com. Co.
j COUGH SYRUP
| SMvis rot .29
Rrg 1.25 Size
PC*W ~‘,r ^ rttllP
PUSH BUTTON CAN
Gillette Blue Blades
Sprrial ^ .00
T'lO Idea! i .'-it
; D R. U G 5 ;-tV->>- cuero
RELIABLE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE TEXAS
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