Edna Weekly Herald. (Edna, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 28, 1936 Page: 4 of 6
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Til|j KHN.V mCKHt.Y III ll\U>, KUNA, TKXAP
rhiir«trt), Hhy iittif1 II
AlWAYS A COMPUTE STOCK TO FILL ALL YOUR NEEDS
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Specials Friday, Saturday and Monday, May 29, 30, and June i j
Highest Cash Prices Paid For Eggs!
T7i(T?‘irnmnrrs xorr1 j-rrm
Hominy, 3 for 25c
Phillip's I>p|i<ioiis—No. »4 (ail
Pork & Beans 9c
Nine-Star Fancy "sliced—No. 2 can
Pineapple 15 c
' Oleo, II).
t Hryidit r Pachagcy-
targe Package Kellog’s
Wheat Crispies 10c
Dele - Pineapple —*-----V
Juice No-5 Can • • 2"c
No. 10 Can c 49c
0. I\. Regular Size
* j ntumf) i niuci i y
Soap, 4 for 18c Coffee, |b. 15c
8-oz. pkg. 9c
Good Cooking S'iiiio *
Beans, 5 lbs. 25c
(Ma<Je by Gold Medal)
24 lb. sack . . 85c
48 lb. sack . $1.68
Bluing, large bottle 5c
5 lb. cloth bag. 28c
10 lb. cloth bag. 52c
251b. cloth bag $1.29
Beans, lb. 4c
Cabbage, 2 lbs. 5c
Cobblers, 51b. 15c
Fancy Sant<>< Peaberry
Bright and Early
Crackers, 21b. box 17c Coffee, lb. pkg. 20c
Coffee, lb. pkg. 25c
11, MAV THOMPSON ■*
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DEAR ANNABELLE: ,DO YOU'
agree that people take
SHORTER HONEYMOON TRIPS
■Chan they used to?
“DearTTCT: YES BUT THEY
TAKE MORE OF THEM!
County Agent’s Column
Jit< khi>11 Oiiunly.
HUlltdOr, AltrfciilI urnt Aland
•ills! IteNiHtunl Grali»i.
Jacksmi ('ottiitj shows favorable
lii’ONlieetN i(f developing Into a Jiioilt
aide small grain producing region, ne.
fording to Dr, p c. Mangelsdorl',
Agronomist,*, Texas Experiment Sin
lion, and It. It, Htausel, superintendent
Angellon Experiment —gfaUutv who)
were in the oouhty recently checking
the yield, rust resistance,, and grovvtjy
of the 54 different varieties run king
the local test plot, in thhT'fe-i plot,
we have eight varieties of flax, It) dif-
ferent varieties of wheat and 27
varieties of oats.. Some’“’bi these va-
rieties represent' foreign importations
of low yielding rust resistant.’ va-
rieties which hirvcjdjcen. crossed with
high yielding varieties and
II! !hn .-nine time*
I he Until dale far slgalug -tip W<
si.....is' undet I lie Midi Consei val
tTTiTHFfini tir - .time- HMh; UMU --V
Hlnle I 0111111(1 tee and Millie Agl’loult
nl iduheil In session litnf week pas*
II resoliilTiiu’ Tirgltlit all dinner*
sign up work sheets. ITieontiolhil
weather conditions nod crop inn
alone nmkes -.iieli 11 procedure ndvl
aide Many growers are Actually
eoinpliil nee, and eligible for grun!
■who are not aware of the fact.
Ynoth P-C'its the Way.
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Pointing out that
to 24 years of age arc iifvnlvcd in more
than onc-iiftli of ajl motor vehicle ac-
cidents and more than- yin* quarter. of
all fatal acciden'ls, ttie Notional Stic
dent Federation of America has cilll-
, ed upoil the college youth of America
r* to accept ils share 1,1 the. responsibili-
ty,for the traffic acciifent situation.
“This problem needs to he tackled
by youth," says a Federalioii bulletin
going to 1,700 president of — studexit
councils and eiiltnft of student news-
papers, "So long ns .the./exit vvdiic'h
annually takes 30,(XXL Jives continues-
uncontrolled, youth i*s- faced with a
menace .to,' its security and welfare
and yn affront'to its intelligence,-*’-
The’Federation presents in its bulle-
tin a series- of suggestions for a .cam-
pus traffic control program. Warning
against the futility ol‘ an abortive,
short-sighted campaign,- the' Federa-
tion emphasis that a spring priWmin
ought In lie undertaken with |hci]ex-
pressed purpose of laying Die grounif-
work for a long lerni --yungram next
fall. The proposals are aimed at two
siieeific phases of I lie problem as if
especially streets ‘colleges. ’They are,
Ml inlliieiieing on and away from
the eaiiTpii'ST T2T T'sHtIdishing rules to
govern undergraduate use of lire col-
lege •und I lie (-(immunity, mil only
lodally, hut in I lie oommimity-at-
large. ■ , + t
Tint I youth should recognize and act
upon its responsihilitiy in one of the
nation’s gravest "Social pnihlems,......is
itself a heartening judication of a new
Ihortgiilfiil spiril. There is exjrsor-
driiary good sense in the recognition
that establishing traffic control is
long time proposition—an important
’ fact vChieh older persons have some-
* Jimes failed to grasp. The Feilera-
lion is (o,tte, eiyiiuiendeil top, fdr ac-
knowledging null J raffle safety is not '
something they know- all about. ’They
have secured l.lie'advice. and, co-opera-,
tion of life National Bureau of Oasual-
• ty ‘aiVd Security”,'JIiHlervvriters, one of
Die outstiuiding .national'organizations
working for improved ti'afficJcpr.trol.
Youth can, and'it is hotied -fhatr. it
Wjl 1, do much tp eradhale tTim ,tyil
^WfficTi is ‘'amciince to ils security afti.lj,
vyeifsire and an'ali'Tpnt ,1b its
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U'ivprs from iSi/ Vaca tion time will soon, be here, and
i '1 1’11 . 11 111 ,. I f ■ . tii.r..., ... 11 1 . * .....* ’ *•' 1. 1 . _ .
.witii vacation’ comes kites,
ill! you kids.
"■'Don’t fly kites with strings that's
got any sort of metal in it. Remem-
ber, if 1 hat string pomes in contact
with a. high voltage line of the Central
1'owei' and Light Company some
ypungster is going to -get killed. When
a few thousand volts go through you
it just doesn't leave anything.
lie careful, and when you fly kites
use just ordinary string, and in uddi-
lion, keep away from telephone and
power lines of ail kinds.—Cuero Bee-
of huuf'tn Jackson’County. This lan I
MCHT ,KE MOLD tit (lose (his hlHik-
riipf eswte. This Miuni Avlll/ he . sold
free cncum'li.ranccs and . ahstra'ct of
■ title is now at the ptiide W Edny At>-
struct Ciimpuny for your inspeslion
a'nd approval. It is my intention to
start this sale at 10 A. M., Jniie;2ud,
as I have land in other counties to
sell oil tills same day. 'i’ll IK IS AX
OPPORTUNITY for investment or
speculation. For particulars seejlegijl
notice of sale liDthis paper.
CHARLES I). HANEY, Trustee.
It might not he ‘out of place just
here to warn i«, youths to he very,
very mireful when visiting the “old
swimming lade." during the vacutiou
perioiL A lit He care can sometimes
avert a horrible' tragedy. ThrPd line
young hoys were drowned in the
hayott al Houston last week mainly
because they did not exercise proper
care. The following three "don’t’.’ if
ohsitfveil will go a long ways -toward
I in <• f (og_ jim >re or Jess serious ac-
cideiifs liiiioiig Die youngsters who
visit Uicir fii.vinite swimming hole:
If- ypti can't swim, don’t go into
drip water-'-stay in shallow water u.n-
lil you iiiasjcr the nil of swimming.
I ton 1 dilte oil 1 lie hank or spring-
board into llie rilyef until you have
made sure tupv deep the water is.
Frequent rises. in the river often
change the1 depth of the water over-
niglit—a hole -that was 6 feet deep
last week, may not be hut tliree feet
dcei> this week. Diving into shallow
water causes Inatiy dcallis in Texas
every year (luring the “swlmmlflg”
Doii t overestlmaie your swimming
ability and start out for the oppositc
haiik in water over your head. '.Sonic
times ih(' distance is misjudged ami
yuur strength gives out sooner titan
you thought it wpuhl.
Fortunately,, in this day and time
the majority of hoys learn to swim
'in|i? early Und while most of them
can take cuTe of themselves In the
fl'nter, there is, usually one or tWp dn
isfelW cverjf x riiwd JYho .at not swim, or at
. TJcast. trot,ver.v- well, dn^jjhey life the
due’s who should exercise due Yare. \
Hoys, being careful, will not detract
one whit from your pleasure.
C. 1. KELLY, Pftator .
Sunday 8chooi-r9:45 A. M.
Morning worship—11;00 o'clock.
“Pop, what l« Jargon?’’. 7
“Tea In the Jungle."
- C Bell Syndlcete.—WN’U Her vice
All instinctive action 1s independent
of instruction. A spider makes Its
weh though It has never seen one A
solitary caterpillar hatched out In ^
box manufacturers tjfe typical cocoon.
The spider has never learnt the art of
weh.making: All the others of Ita
species do • 4%.acYly the me thing
In exactly the same way. Iii this be-
havior ..the spider Ls-an automaton.
it 1 The same time'V.tiflhlnuiiiiiiw
highly desirable mst Lresist.ipit char-
acteristic, lack of wmch ha* proveit
the- greatest hazard,To ■small grain
production in this section. The sue
cess attained iiy the Expefiment Kta
tion in tljeir years’of crossing ami se-
lection fs plainly evident* in 'this lest
Plot, nun.resistant .check varieties
combination of leaf ’and, .stem rust,
while the resistant' varieties in ad-
joining rows are maturing a gooilix
These men had just visited ."iinifaf
test*plots, in Matagorda, Calhoun and
Victoria counties, hut agreed Dial the
Jackson County -plot showed > befter
yields than those in any adjoining
county. Several varieties of gfaiii
were harvested wiiiclrCliei king * the
rust resistance, and wiiile we . do pot
jf6vCs.lh(' actual weight of grain yield
J’ll. in is estimated Rome of The outs
will thresh 4t) husluds pier acre.
Due -variety of flax, Rio Tit. an Ar
gentine importation, sYtows favorable
eharaeterlsties. while othei* flax ya
liftit;s were killed h.v the freeze of
January 18th and ltitliy this variety.
Iiys set what is apparently a very
pronridjnjg erxitff Several of Die wheat
"varieties also "appear-To lie luhipteiT
to our seetion.
Young People meet at" Tkt P. At.
Evening Worship at 8:00 o'clock.
The subject of the evening xvorshl
will he Capitalizing -Our Calamities,
You' are, cordial}’ invited to atten
Die services of this church.
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^ For Sale.
Anyone interested in buying
brick building, now occupied ,hy th
Kirby Tailor Shop, write me at Edna
Texas, care of Mrs. Roy McDowell o
see Mrs. McDowell. "y
We Thank You.
Visit Test Plot.
The Harden (Tub niewbers wish tc
thank all those who helped make the
Flower Show a success, Especially
do we Ihunfi Mr. Schlewltz, Mr. Staples
and Mr. Maloney.
Prizes were awarded as follows:
, Mrs. Lajt a live, 40 points, 1st prize. •
JUd’r. (Tin sin -2(1 points und 2nd'"prize.
Mi It' Wright, 22 l«duts, 3rd prlge
Mrs. \V H. McClure, 21 jioiuta, 4th
M-JtS; A. A. EOO, President.
\Ve have a supply of Blacksuiitn
coni for sale at a reasonable price. If
iulerested .get ill touch with Us.
OA.YADU MACHINE SHOP.
_ (iunado, Texas.
Calling attention to hiinkrupt -ttuTe
(lf of In ml In Jackson County. This land
1, Mi ST’ HE Sul.it to close this hank
Mr. C. A. Wright "donated use
land for this test plot on what ,
known as tin* Palmer farm. al*out | r-i 11if estate, ibis land will Is* sold
three similes north of town on Die Fit ir, cc eiu unihraiiD's and abstract of
lut Navhhtd road. You should visit JtitTc 1* now at fhe^ffice ot, E(fna Ah
this test plot and see wdiat. icsults |struct Coinpnuy for your insiwttou
have Imh'ii ohtauied vx-iD) these rII-f ve |aml approval. It is my intention to
s 1st aid varieties. Xlnly a very few |slart this sale at 10 A M, June 2ud,
corlotioe Lot*.. 1.1 ............. 1 . * .1..*.. . Ils I 11 11 VI* • liili
varieties have been liar vested pi date ; j:l' I June laud in other (smnties to
• >>*—- .........(•■(.— c *1- sVi* isell on this same day
those remaining show tile povdliflf
ties of using small grains iti our rota
lion system, which will help restore
our cotton root rot laud and a! the
same time give* us a new source of
reventn*. ’i^ils entire lest • plot was
planted November 21st, apd has re
cdlved no spiecial care of fertilizer
Work Sheet Hate Extended. '
The state Commute*
THIS rs AN
(U’POHTFNITY for investment or
M|H*enlHthiti For |wrtiiulars ms* legal
notice of sale In this idiper.
1 HARLEM 11 -HANEY, Tru-do*,
LOST—Pointer dog, large liver spot
on hipsi Hail on collar tiearlng my
name Wmih) like information alsdit
1dm, even If he ls dead.
’ M CLAXTHtN.
Going Out oi Business
Sale Starts Friday, May 29'
Full sleeves soften the box coat line*
of this smart ensemhle In dull blue and
white imported tweed. Wide 6tripe* , ■
of mixed red and blue are woven Into - *
the fabric for the coat. 'The blouse f*
•f white knitted wool material.
Mrs. F. 'W. Rogers..home anti little
house adjoining, Tor-sale. • "
JNO. .T * VANCE. Exeetitor.
F.-Holwon, who has been in Houston
Under- he treatment'’of u sp(H.*iulisl,
returned home last week for a visit
‘£n few days nr a week. His condi-
iron 4s sloxvly Impraving, we tire in-
formed. He was accompanied home
by; his (laughter, "Mrs. tiMson
xviiod nnd children.
Vrme Harden aijd Flower sprays. We
have a complete line. Faires Drug Co,
Mrs. Myrtle Porter and little daugh-
ter, who have been on an extended
visit with relatives at RogeysviUe,
Alaliuniu.' returned to Edna tile last
week end. .1, W. Porter,gnd Miss Arj-
nlc Porter met them in Monroe, La.
The store of popular priced merchandise
is going to close. It’s surprising but true.
We are going to sacrifice our merchan-
V • ' Tfettss, rMv&
dise at prices you will like to^ stock up
your needs for the next few months.
We are not listing prices. Come in and §ee. We are
yuu* se^*nS che^jP but actually below wholesale prices.
Watch our show windows featuring daily different
merchandise. Dresses, Shoes, Underwear, Hose, Ma-
terials, Men’s Shirts, Pants, Hats [Stetsons included],
Suits, Work Clothing, Work Shoes, etc. will be closed
out. Regular new merchandise. Come before we
Store Will Close at 2 P. M. Thursday to Prepare for Sale
x:uv*, X .
Here are thp Crowrn Prlneg Olaf of
Norway, Crown Princess Martha and
their (wo daughters, RagunhJId and *
Aatrld, coasting,at their winter .aport*
quartan at Skaugum.
FOR EXTRA-ORDINARY VALUES
EDNA - - TEXAS
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Staples, H. K. Edna Weekly Herald. (Edna, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 28, 1936, newspaper, May 28, 1936; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth762925/m1/4/: accessed July 14, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Jackson County Memorial Library.