The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 82, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 23, 1969 Page: 2 of 8
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Proper Meaagenu if. Improved Pastures
Yielding More Pounds 0* Bze-f Per Aero,
More Net Dollars Fnr Landovrners
Bv Mrs. John Humphries
Mi« Gladys Robinson and sis-
ter, Mrs. Mauds? Rustin. viinted
heir brother. Mr. and Mrs. Cal-
vin Robinson, and helped cel-A
brate his birthday Sunday which
Was given in the home of their
son. J. C. Robinson.
Mrs Ruby Short and sister,
Ulala Keith, their sister-in-law,
Mr*. Charle-. Keith, all of Steph
Private JcTrv L. Keith. 20.
By Mrs. J. D. Stephens Mrs. Fred Geve ■‘•on of Mr. and Mrs. Steven F..
Quite a few peanuts are yet Mr. and Mrs. Lee McKnieht ’.with Route 3. Bax 139. Dub-
t® be marketed. and children of Waco soent Sun-(’in. Texas, graduated recen t’
Mr and Mrs,uIV C. Langley day nuh his mother '.Mrs. Bill from eight weeks of basic com-
from Sydney. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McKnight. Other guests were (bat training at the U. S. Army
rhmon from Clyde and Mr. and Mr. and XL- Hob Thompson Training Center (Air Defense),
Mrs. Thomas Parkmnn from and her mother, Mrs. Joe Tur- Fort Bliss. Texas.
Gustinc were w eekend guests of: ticy He was assigned to C Com-
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Davis. I yp- and Mr«. J. G. Finley. f*any. 2d Baitalwn. 3d Basic
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Reeves j Dennis and Jenice of Ft. Worth Combat Training Brigade
from .Midland spent the week*
Old cropland and unproductive pastures, a s seen in
this picture arc ideal areas to establish to lovegrass.
The local economy continues gracing,
to improve as more farmers and j I., . .at n i< one of the most
ranchers convert unproductive1 imp .rt >.m uuiiug.-intat items to|
/ acres to improved pastures, con-u.r «he. lung growing sea- , , ,
With proper management, im-json .aiv crass enables it to !ar8er teara an<J a f^s er team,
proved pastures are yielding use a. P, .c:.ticn of fcrtilirer jut Primarily they seemed to
many more' pounds of beef per in veil as in Fcbru- ia'e a g*eatcr <*Ci)r# w*”’
An unfortunate fumble close
Will Travel To Glen Rose Friday
The Dublin Lions met the Al- j for a 60 yard nan, only to be
caught iroin behind on Albany’s
ten yard line. Humphries was
not to be denied his touchdown,
however, as ht? plunged over in
the next series of (downs. Troy
James and Humphries eneour-
bany Lions in Albany last Fri-
day night and the Dublin Lions
came home smarting under
their fifth straight defeat to the
tune of 36-6. Albany was a
their heads when performing
cheMt two fundamentals of foot-
, ,, ... , , , The local Lions journey to
aged Dublin fans throughout the Glenrosethis Friday night to en-
nj . t, f , f i. . An umanunaie luiuuie cios« game as thev showed both sides 1 counter another district 10-A
acre and more net dollars for art . ..e ‘ to their own goal line put Dub- «hat 15 ™ant bV effort; power, and fans are hoping for
rovdle, Mrs. Hail of Sanger, | end with Mr. and Mrs. J W
Texas. Mrs. Georgia Logan of, Pond. Mrs. Reeves is a sister
•Bunyan were dinner guests of ; of Mrs. Bond. Thev all visited
Mrs. Maude Ward Thursday jSaturdav with their brother, C.
Mrs. Ruby Short. Mrs. M M T. Tucker. in Fort Worth
Logan. Mrs. Gussir Compton a'i- Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Cox spent
tended a nephew’s funeral in Friday night in Fort Worth with
Cisco Thursday. - their son. Dennis, and family.
Rev Homer Hall of Dublin Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McKinnon
attended services, at our Greens j spent the weekend with their
Crock church Sunday. j.«on. Mac. and family, in Fort
Mrs. Ward attended singing j Worth,
in Stephenville Sunday after-! Mr. and Mrs. Pat Cox and
noon- . baby fnim Fort Worth spent
M. M. Logan is on the sick the weekendwith his parents,
list since Saturday-----— . .Mr. and Mr*. Hobart Cox.
Mr olid Mrs. Lon Clayton of Mr. and Mrs. Newt Coan are
Desdemcna visited his brother.
Mr. and Xfrs. Elmer Clayton,
The report at our church Sun-
day was that Rev. Baber our
the proud grandparents of a
new grandson, Timothy Benjo-
min. born to Mr. and Mrs. Lean-
der Coan of Dublin.
Xfrs. Flemmie Garner had as
Sunday guests Mrs. Aubrey N»l-
whereas the more Inexperienced j s0n from Bunyan and Minister
Dublin squad tended to duck j Keith Marshall’s mother of Dub-
Sunday was a happy day for
Mrs Maudie Grissom when a
host of relatives and friends
area for grazing. It usuaily, ’,he alll of the down and a good conversion,
green* up in February or March ,t u higher ir) p/o:ein and live. Albany added another touch-
and is still green late into the j stock -lke the fertilized grdss d:>wn and a K<>«l tw-o-point con-
fall. It may be used in the spring1 muCL |jeUer version when Andy Douglas
and fail, and also as hay on the , " J scored from 14 yards out. Dub- J
ground in the winter. Without If weeds aro present they tin held the home-town team \
proper management, however, should be controlled. Weed eon- during the second quarter and j
lovegrass may be one of the trol is especially important in | Albany enjoyed a 15-0 lead at j
poorest grasses available for j getting any grass established, naiftime.
j Weeds compete with the grass A disastrous third quarter
for light, moisture and plant j saw Albany score 21 points as J
nutrients, ^ j they completely dominated this ;
i period, with Allen Chapman and I
Another important aspect of j Douglas scoring two touchdowns I
lovegrass management is proper ind t hapman lofting a 45 vard
grazing use. Lovegrass should pass t0 jimmy Hise to enable j
he grazed off nt least one? a Albany to boost its lead to 36-0 !
|year. Old growth gets very j Dublin fans got their thrills1
tough and cattle hesitate to, eat 1 in the fourth quarter when
i the older portions of the plants. Mark Humphries weaved his I
j However, he grass should not way through the Albany defense i
I be grazed too short, since close |-----!
grazing limits the production of
both on offense and defense.
a more sustained effort by the
The Albany squad impressed linemen and more leadership
even the Dublin fans with their ; exhibited by the senior squad-
upright blocking and tackling,, men.
Bee and Lou's
Barbecue To Go —
6 MDed W<'**♦
On Highway 377
any grass and causes shallow not us« l°ve*rass P™perl>-.
root systems. Cattle should be J 1,1 MZP (l *he pasture should
j rotated when the grass is grazed K’ ®™a. * enau^ to allow con-
dowm to about six inches to al- e, n ''al!on 0 ca*^e- This will
low the grass to rest and re- rc"ult ln better «razin§ usc and
! grow i reduce spot grazing,
j , I Proper management of love-
| Fence lovegrass separate trom ,,rass r(>sults m more economical
other grasses ami provide.stock bopf prodUctioa and Conserva-
, water in each pasture If other tion of ?oil and m Reduccd
grasses arc available, livestock, runoff helps reduce pollution
| of our surface waters, and love-
! grass helps to beautify the land.
>v v'W|w**' yea:**#-,>
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visited Saturday afternoon with During the eight week course
his mother. Mrs, Jessie Finley, he studied the basic techniques
and M.-v Ona Ballard. , °t f*r»l aid hand-to-hand cotr,-
Visitors. Tuesday afternooh bat bey met training, -Grill and
with Mr.*. Fred Geys were old jernmome*. and he else quah-
ffiends. Mr. and Mrs. Rnhor; ! tied with the M-14 auiomati*
Marsh. Mrs. Bede Marsh from & R Lunsford and dauahtec
Ddta. Colo.., Karl Marsh from f^,ne Sharp and family of
Montrose. (<ylo , and .loada Hamilton spe nt the weekend in
Byer from Keene. Texas. The \|;Miror u , with their daugh-
Marshes are former residents of |,er snd d„Pr and husband. Mr.
the Palmer community north of | and Mr, MiK, Brovvn and new
Carlton Mrs. Bede Marsh was j ,on a;H, Mrv Lunsford, who is
the former Bede Martin ! visiting in I/nnsiana with her
Palmer. daughter end family.
—------,___i......... _ j PauT WsTcn and daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sims vis-1 Carrie, Susan of Dublin visited
' ' " ~ Sunday with her grandmother,
ited Mr. and Mrs. Franklin
•Jones at Comyn Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Newt Coan en-
tertained all their grand chil-
dren over the weekend.
Benny Coan had the misfor-
tune of breaking his arm Sat-
Mrs Fred Geye.
Mr and Mrs. Huhert Stuckey
are visiting in Hugo. Okla., with
her sister. Mrs. Willard William-
son. and family.
Dock Finley is a patient in
the Gorman Hospital.
gathered to help her celebrate
her eighteenth birthday with a |
bountiful feast and gifts. Those j
present were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Thompson from Big Spring;
Charles Thompson from Hous-
ton; Mrs. Ellen Cook and two
grandchildren, Keith and Gregg
Parker from Fort Worth; Roy
Cook from Granbury; Mr, and
Mrs. O. C. Miller from Arling-
ton: Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Gris-
som from Bunyan; Mrs. Bettye
Adams from Dublin; -Mr. and
Mrs, J. A. McGinnis and Mrs.
Harold Pierson from Rising
Star; Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Robi-
nett. DeLeon; Mr. and Mrs. Mac
McGovern, DeLeon; Mrs. Rose
Taylor. Roanna and Randy, De-
Leon; Mrs. Charlotte Gilder and
Rev and Mrs. H. S. Boles and
>on Nathan from Wichita spent
Thursday to Saturday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Rev. and Mrs. Russell Me.Vn-
ally from Petersburg spent (he
weekend of last week at their
farm here. This weekend his
son Gerald, and family, and
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Ernest from
Corsicana were here at the
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Hicks, Linda. The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 82, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 23, 1969, newspaper, October 23, 1969; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth776039/m1/2/: accessed July 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.