Edna Weekly Herald (Edna, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 12, 1946 Page: 2 of 12
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TWl EDNA W EEKI.Y HERALD
Thlirttdfty, September 42th,-1916
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the fifth, hot blew a gotten opportu-
nity tn'the *krth. Mo** w*i»t all the
way to third cm hi* hit down the
right. field fool line. I* Loyd walk-
er], The Bod* tried a don We steal
with no one out. arid BUI Krienhop's
throw to the plate caught Mo*s, with
Jy.yfl tiejng safe. Wyatt struck out,
and Ifpqon tf/fistwl to left.
That was all for the Hnda, except
for Lynch'* single in the ninth with
two men ,ont. Mh/rl grounded to *ee
ond to end the inning.
Only one man-reached first in the
first four inning* for Edna a* Kode
turned on the steam. With two away
in the first inning, Morgan was safe
at. first, when L. Loyd couldn't pick
lifers plow roller. But Miori, on
» perfect peg. threw Morgan out try
ing to get to second.
Phillips fanned to open the fifth,
then Boohy Ling donhled into left,
ifowever Kaiser filed to right, and
hi,nx t’urlee struck out.
The Buds got. into a deep hole iri
fiie sixth, hut great pitching by Bode
lield Edna to, one run. Kri' niiop roll-
ed to third .less fang got, a single
and M. O. (Possum; Hhelhy iris''
singled, i/mriie I,ing walked to load
the sacks with one out'. ,L Ling
wored when the finds narrowly miss-
ed a double play. Morgan tilt to J.
|/,y*} at, see/,lid, Ills toss to Moss
ivas high and pulled the shortstop off
the hag, hut Moss got Morgan at
first, Bode then whiffed•ririilllips for
tli« second time. ,
li. Ling rolled out, Imt Kaiser
singled in the seventh. Curlce then
hit into a double play, third to sec
olid to catcher to second. Catcher
Miori taking l-oyd’s had throw hack
of first base and getting Ourlee try-
ing to make second.
In the eighth, K reinhop popped to
short and L. Ling grounded to Bode.
With two strikes and no halls, Bode
hit Hhelhy. L. Ling was safe on the
shortstop's muff, hut Morgan ground-
ed to first to retire the side.
Phillips opened the ninth with a
single to left. Jf. Ling filled to left.
Kaiser hit. into u double play, Lynch
to J, Loyd to li." Loyd.
. Wyatt turned In a great catch on
Ling’s lly in 11m/ ninth. Another field-
ing gem was Kreinhop's running
ontth of L. Loyd's hack of first, in the
The game was reeled off in one lions
nml forty-five minutes. The umpire
stuff of Charles McKtsn, plate; Wal
ter Newman, first and second, and A.
F. Mtjlltollaud, Ultra, turned In a good
Player All H
Blouit, at. ..... 4 0
d, 2nd. ........-.....- 4 ' 0
FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Flour 5?ib $2.95
No. 2 Can Trellis Brand English
AMERICAN FOUNDATION POP ANIMAL HEALTH
Anchovies c°- 29c
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
No. 10 Cans
Shorts lb*0 $3.25
Gayle Food Store
Surcessor to J. K. Goppert)
As wo como Into the season for
mosquitoes, bugs, and other insects,
thousands of horn* owners again be-
gin to ask themselves the question—
1,. Loyd,1st. ..2
Wyatt,! f. ----------
Spoon, rt........—........... 4
yj.ncli, 3rd .............. 4
Miori, c. <>
Bode, p...........................-.- 3
Mosquitoes and other insocts carry
"What aro tha ohnacwi fo^ hprsiL
jlsoplng s^kn^f yea~ and will
m. i norses be safe?"
Totals 31 2
L. Ling, ss.
Morgan, 1st b.
H. Ling, If.
K rein hop, 2nd. b
J. Ling, p.
Unfortunately, that 1* a question
that no one Is able to answer, bocauae
sleeping sickness Is now one of the
most unpredictable diseases known to
However, we are learning mote
about this baffling and costly disease
as time goe3 on. For one thing, v/4
know that It can carried r.-.t only
by mosquitoes, but 'also by mites,
birds, ticks, and n onerous forms ot
Insects. We know that birds act as
reservoirs for the virus from year to
year (and come authorities say the:
chickens may do the< same). And
moat seriously, the virus of horse
sleeping sickness can also kill human
nelngs. In fast, the human, cases-ef
this disease now run Into the thous-
ands, and there have been many
deaths from It.
Instead of Just one type of sleeping
sickness virus, as at first supposed:
veterinarians have now Isolate*
FOUK types—the Eastern strain, th
Western, the St. Louis, and the Ven
ezuela. Thus tha problem is furthe
The best defense against the ells
ease Is to have all horses Immunized
In the spring, before the insect season
begins. If the vaccinating Is done
properly, the horses can go on won
lng without layoff—and tho Immunity
Is usually good for the entiro season
It should be pointed out, howevi;
quires a special lntra-dermai method,
involving special techniques and skill,
ar.d must be done properly if firm
Immunity is to be established.
Mrs. Zula Ann Vogler.
| NOTICE—EQUALIZATION BOARD!
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JinrJuiru Sliiinvyck. in
"Bride Wore Boots”
Smidii.v Monday, Scpl. 1.1-1(1
AMERICAN FOUNDATION0*®* ANIMAL HEALTH
The iill-stnr hc|iiiiiI of the (liindnlupc
Valley- Is'iiguc, solei-t dfi (lie past week
liy mn mi gets of flic six Usiiuh in llm
aemi-pro elrcull, ineluiles I lie names
of six players on the Victoria Rose-
bud team, it was revealed Saturday
with fhe announcement of the honor
squad by Chester Evans of Victoria,
The all-star team follows:
Catchers: R<sl Calhoun of Yoa-
kum nml L. I’liilllps of Edna.
Pitchers: John Vallgura of Ilnl-
lettsville, Nook Blmde and Arthur
Httlziger of Victoria and Al Kns]inrek
First Raw: Rill Mldklff of Con-
Second base: James Lloyd'of Vic-
Third base: Freddie Lynch of
Shortstop Herbert Ullman <>f
Yoakum and Freddie Moss of Vic-
^ Left field: Freddie Scheske ' of
Center field : M. O. Shelby of Edna
Bight Field: Bobby Qnltla of
IIullettHVille and Frunk lloolh of
Utility lnflelder: George Aru of
Utility out fielder: Oliver Sloun of
Victoria placed the most members
on the squad. The Yoakum Tanners
and Gonzales Indians euch placed
three men, the Bdim Pipellners and
Ilnlleltsville each hnd two and the
collar Ouero Gobblers .....
Only John Vallgura of Hallettsville,
HOG CHOLERA VIRUS
MOST POTENT KILLER
Sometimes the question la asked—
"What Is the most powerful, killing
ful virus to start an outbreak ol
cholera In a drove of susceptible hogs.
A typical cose of hog cholera.
Thore Is lust one answer—the virus
of hog cholera. Recent studies show
that aa little as ONE MILLIONTH
of a oubio centimeter of hog cholera
virus can easily kill a pig. A fly, flit-
ting from one farm to another, oan
carry on Its leg* enough of this Power-
Then a aro some of the reasons
why hog cholera today remaips the
No. 1 awlne killer In Amgrj/'a, causing
losss of $20,000,000 to $60,000,000 per
year. These losses could be prevented
If all farmers had their pigs vaccina-
ted against cholera around weaning
time. But, unfortunately, there arc
always some swine raLsers who are
Inclined to "take a chance." And it
Is these unprotected herds which are
the first victims of cholera every
year, and which remain In the com-
munity as centers of Infection and
sources of cholera danger to other
droves of swine.
The common symptoms pf hog
cholera Include a tendency on the
part of the sick animals to remain
In the house, to burrow under bed-
ding, to pile up, weakness or partial
paralysis, and persistent scours. Of-
ten one or two hogs will die, and then
It will be several days before tho re-
mainder of the herd will begin to show
symptoms. If any of the above symp-
toms appear, a prompt veterinary
Mrs.' Zula Ann Riddle Vogler pass-
ed away Friday evening at 0 o’clock.
September (I, 11(40, at the Santa Rosa
Hospital in San Antonio. Her body
was carried overland to Austin to
Cook’s Funeral Home where the fu-
neral service was held Sunday, Sept.
8, 1940, at 3 p. m. The Reverend Mr.
Cnrmielile of Ward Memorial Metho-
dist Church, officiating. Burial was
in Austin Memorial Park. She is
survived by her husband, Frank
Vogler of San Antonin; her mother.
Mrs. W. E. Biddle of Austin; two sis-
ters, Mrs. V. L. liridwell of Austin
and Mrs. I,. I>. Anderson of Edna: I
one brother, W. I,. Biddle of Austin:
a niece. Nehla Jean Anderson, and a
nephew, Billy Anderson of Edna.
Mr. and .Mrs. Anderson and eliird-
re'LrytJiLUxCi1. tauuc from Justin Mon
day where they attended the funeral
• Mrs. Vogler had visited in Mrs.
Anderson’s Imme frequently, and had
quite- a number of friends here wlm
were grieved to learn of her passing.
Mrs. Anderson’s friends extend •sym-
pathy in her sorrow.
The Board of Tax Equalization of
the La Ward Independent School Dis-
trict will have its annual meeting
on Thursday night, September 19,. at
S;(K) p. in., at the I.aWard High
HOWARD C. COCHBAN,
Supt. of Schools.
Joe Rodgers, regular center for the
Edna Cowboy team this year, had
the misfortune' to break his left leg
just above the ankle Iasi Thursday
while practicing. We are glad to
note that lie is able to attend’ classes,
hut, of course, is out of the football
picture, for many weeks. 11 seems
lough luck for Joe as well as I lie
Cowlaiv team. Al. best, Edna is not
over supplied with talent this season.
Bead tin- Herald ails anil save!
. —Watch Bands
Watch Repair Work a Specialty
EDN’4 - TEXAS
Marsha Iliml and John Carroll in
“A I/el ler For Eve”
Tiiesdtn Wednesday, Sept. 17-IS
diagnosis should ba obtained, because
cholera often resembles other
the most tm
a correct diagnosis Is
rtant factor toward
considered the league’s leading hurler,
was a unanimous choice of all six
1U37 Chevrolet dump truck, 1 Vt
r sa% See 10. .D. Andrews.
CITY OF EDNA.
AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR ANIMAL HEALTH
NEW SHEEP DISEASE
relatively ."hscont” (Unease of
A typical cose of llstorellosls.
the sheep Industry
tentlal threat to
in this country.
The disease was first clearly iden-
tified here about 'wenty years ago.
Bine, that time, although It has not
caused losses on a pay with the major
sheep diseases, llsterellosU has bro-*
kth out In several new areas, and the
losses In each outbreak have been
Llstorellosls is sometimes known
among sheep raisers as "circling”
disease, because the germ damages
the brain and causes tho sheep to walk
in circles, or to stagger, push their
beads Into fences, or fall to their
kneos. It may also cause lnllainatlon
of tho eye, and It sometimes causes
ewos to lose thol- lambs. Sick animals
frequently becomo completely para-
lyzed before death. »
Thus far, no cffcctivo vaccine has
been developed for controlling out-
breaks of llsterellosis. If an outbreak
of the disease U suspected, the first
control step Is to obtain an Immediate
diagnosis by a veterinarian. This Is
essential because llsterellosls resem-
bles several other sheep Infections,
and laboratory diagnosis may be need-
ed to determine the exact germ r»-
Truck Available at All Times
E. W. Meador, Jr.
Rita Hayworth In
Tliursila.v-Fiiilay, Sept. 19-20
sponsible for the illness. Sick animals
should bs Isolated from the rest of
In prewar days the United State*
was second only to the British env
pire in trade with South Africa,
United States imports including cop-
per, chrome, tungsten, lead, man-
ganese and other ores. In 1940
Americans ordered two - million
pounds of lobster tails, ice-packed
for shipping 7,810 miles to New York
City. These rock or Cape spiny lob-
sters are really sea crawfish, lack-
ing the big pincers of the lobster.
tha flock, and every possible sanitary
measure should be taken, to help save
the rest of the animals from exposure.
Mr. and 'Mrs. ,T. H. Fenner.and child-
ren, James Harvey, Edwin anil Miss
Nell Louise, returned last week from
n pleasant auto trip to Colorado and
Open Friday In Our
Our New Building
On Highway Next To Edna Hatchery
LOTS OF SPECIALS
Come In And See.Us
M« Hersh, Owner - Edna, Texas
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Staples, H. K. Edna Weekly Herald (Edna, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 12, 1946, newspaper, September 12, 1946; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth763239/m1/2/: accessed August 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Jackson County Memorial Library.