The Kerens Tribune (Kerens, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, February 21, 1958 Page: 2 of 4
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KERENS (TEXAS) TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY 21, 1958
THE KERENS TRIBUNE
PHONE EXport 6-2261
«OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION IN KERENS”
Wayne W. Kittley---------
Rates: One Year (In Advance).
.Editor and Publisher
Published Weekly on Friday in Kerens, Navarro County, Texas.
Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Kerens, Texas,
Under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
Texas 4 *M. Co llege
By JOHN BURLESON
. Meeting on Sheep Production
Are you interested in farm
sheep production ?
If your answer is “yes,” you
"Will want to attend a meeting
On Tuesday, February 25 in Wax-
ahachie. The morning portion of
the program will be held at the
Texas Power & Light meeting
jfrom 10 a.m. until 12 noon. This
session will feature a movie and
a question and answer period on
farm sheep production and lamb-
The afternoon program will
consist of a series of demonstra-
tions on docking, inspection for
external and internal parasites,
drenching, hoof trimming and
other things suggested by those
in attendance. These demonstra-
tions will be on the C. 0. Big- grass pastures, cattle should ad-
ham farm, 3 miles south of Wax-
ahachie on Highway 77.
Bloat Is A Problem
We are approaching what Na-
varro County farmers call the
bloat season. Bloat costs live-
stock producers in Navarro Coun-
ty each year. With the moisture
supply we now have, there are
good prospects for lush spring
grazing which can create a bloat
No sure fire method of con-
trolling bloat has been developed
but research has shown that los-
ses can be reduced.
Here are some recommenda-
tions on how to control or to
keep down bloat when cattle are
grazing on the green pastures.
If they are on a legume pasture,
it should have at least 50 per
cent grass mixed with the le-
gume. If there is no grass in the
legume, the animals should be
left on the legume pasture only
two or three hours at a time,
then they can be removed to an
all grass pasture. Another way
to prevent bloat is to feed ani-
mals some dry hay before they
are put on the green pasture.
After grazing a few days on
just themselves to the amount
of green material they will eat.
It is a good idea to keep close
'observation on all livestock on
green pastures. This is especially
"true if there is a legume present,
because legume plants are the
biggest cause of bloat.
Livestock producers of the
area have tried several remedies
that have shown varying degrees
of results at different research
Penicillin-salt mixtures have
reduced bloat in tests run at
Mississippi State College. Their
work with terramycin have shown
varying degrees of control also.
Some local producers have used
silicone in drinking water and
felt they had reduced bloat but
it was given to the entire herd
so they had no check.
Iowa State College reduced the
severity of bloat by spraying
oils on green chopped alfalfa
or putting it in drinking water.
Soybean oil was used.
Good management is still one
'of our best tools for bloat con-
You and your family will be
happier, healthier and more re
'laxed if you learn to play to-
gether in your own home or back
A new bulletin B-869 “Home-
'made Games How to Make and
Play” gives plans and instruc-
tions for games that your fam-
ily may use in the home or back
yard. The bulletin is available
at the County Agent’s office.
TRIBUNE WANT ADS
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Additional insertions ........... lc
Cards of Thanks .......... 50c
By INEZ HOWELL
Your Property Listings
KERENS REAL ESTATE
John W. Arnett, Secy. EX 6-2228
Relief Lodge No. 236
meets 4th Tuesday of
each month, 7:30 p.xn.
N. S. White, W. M.
Dock A. Paul. Secretary
CARDBOARD; light-weight, 10c
sheet; heavy, 15c.—At THE
FOR SALE—4 room & bath on
large lot. See or call R. L.
Mrs. John Holland entertained
her sister, Mrs. Ben Miller, with
a birthday supper February 14th.
Mrs. George Evans of Athens
and Miss Jeanile Miller, the hon-
oree’s daughter, were also pres-
Now Operating Jack Bigony’s
Invites His Friends and Others To
CALL HIM COLLECT AT TR-4-5561
For AH Kinds of
Appliances and Tractor Conversions
405 S. MAIN
P.O. BOX 1200
First Primary, July 26, 1958
Second Primary, Aug. 23, 1958
Today’s warming thoughts
E leotxri cally
• • the safest, most modern and
efficient heating method anywherel
FOR STATE BOARD OF
Sixth Congressional District—
MRS. WILL MILLER
JACK R. HAWKINS
FOR DISTRICT CLERK—
(For First Full Term)
FOR COUNTY JUDGE—
KENNETH (Buck) DOUGLAS
(For First Full Term)
FOR COUNTY CLERK—
HARRY F. CHESNUT
FOR COUNTY SCHOOL
J. C. WATSON
ARLON G. SIMMONS
I. C. (Tad) TARKINGTON
R. T. (Tom) LAYFIELD
FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE-
FOR RENT — Four-room apart-
ment, unfurnished. C. C. Speed
See Us For
Complete Picture Framing
Call or See
Weston Wallace or Wilmer Bane
WANTED — Your Quit-piecing,
quilting, ironing. Mrs. Mollie
Johnson. 304 NW 1st 6-3tp
FOR SALE—House, 6-rooms and
bath. Near school. In excellent
condition. See or call Mrs. J.
B. Land. EX -2558. 7-3tp
Part-Time Rustlers, Full-Time
Rustlers and Prospective Rustlers.
Sunday at 9:45 A.M. Methodist
The biggest bargain in Kerens
—$2.00 delivers The Tribune for
a whole year!
“You just con’t beat
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Bids will be received by the
Secretary of the Kerens Indepen-
dent School District Board, E.
K. Howell, until March 6, 1958
at 7:30 p.m. on:
1 1949 Chevrolet 48-passen-
ger school bus. Can be inspected
on lot north of First Baptist
Church, Kerens, Texas.
1 3-room school building, known
as Goodnight school, to be moved
from site. Located approximately
five miles East of Kerens.
The School Board reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
Due to so many being ill with
colds and flu, there was no Sun-
day School or church service
Mr. and Mrs. Ware Phillips
and son of Longview spent the
week-end with their parents Mr.
and Mrs. John Phillips and Mrs.
E. S. Quinn in Kerens. Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Phillips of Kerens
visited the John Phillips Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Odis Simmons
of Dallas were visitors Sunday
in the Earl Henderson, home.
Kenneth Kimes visited Buddy
Mrs. Emmett Combs was re-
turned home from Memorial hos-
pital last Thursday. Week-end
guests in the Combs home were
their sons Leonard and Emmett,
Jr. Combs of Dallas, Mrs. E. M.
and daughters G'ale Tomblin of
Corsicana, also Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Collins of Kerens.
Week-end visitors in the Tal-
ley Padgett home were Mr. and
Mrs. Johnny Clark and daughter
of Dallas, also Waylon Gene and
Chris Padgett, small children of
Mr. and Mrs. Talley Padgett.
They have been staying with the
Clarks since the car accident.
They returned home with them
for another week. Sunday guests
were Mr. Tom Combs and Mrs.
Francis Davis of Waco, and Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Collins. Monday
visitors were Mr, and Mrs. Jeff
Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Combs
of San Antonio were week-end
visitors in, the homes of Mr. and
Mrs. Buster Paul and Mr. and
Mrs. Jeff Combs.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Morris
and children and Mr. and Mrs.
Bennie Earl Morris of Corsicana
were Sunday guests in the John
Mr. and Mrs. William Morris
and children of Kerens visited
the Earl Hendersons Saturday
night. Mrs. R. J. Henderson vis-
ited Helen Henderson last Thurs-
Mrs. Roy Howell returned
home from Ferris Sunday.
Mrs. Robert Hale, who had a
minor operation last Wednesday
is doing fine.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sutter-
field and son of Waco were
week-end guests in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Paul.
Robert Earl Howell spent Sat-
urday night with Jerry Lee
Howell. They attended a party
in Corsicana Saturday night.
Mrs. L. B. Howell and Nancy
Gail visited Inez Howell Sunday.
Mrs. Roy Howell and Mrs. Lela
Morris visited Mrs. Emmett
Combs Tuesday afternoon. Mrs.
Combs is doing fine.
The Kerens School Cafeteria
announces the following menu
for the week of February 24-28:
Monday—Vegetable soup, meat
sandwich, hot gingerbread, pota-
to chips, milk or chocolate milk.
Tuesday—Meat loaf, whole po-
tatoes, English peas, cole slaw,
bread, apple cobbler, milk or
Wednesday—Frito chili pie, red
beans, lettuce wedge with French
dressing, bread, cookies, milk or
Thursday — Weiners stuffed
with cheese, spinach, com, let-
tuce-tomato salad, bread, peach
cobbler, milk or chocolate milk.-
Friday—Hot dogs, baked beans*,
potato chips, cookies, milk on
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Berry of
Pasadena visited Mrs. Cora
Faughn this week after visiting
Mrs. Albert Berry in McKinney:
Your favorite sacred records, your favorite sacred artists
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COFFEE, White Swan, Lb. Can.................89c
PORK &. BEANS, Campbells, 2 cans 29c
Carnation Dry Milk, 8 qt. size ............69c
SIZE 2Vz CAN
Durand’s Sweet Potatoes, 2 for..................35c
CHILI, Frito, No. 2 can - 55c
Whole Wax Beans, Can 29c
Cinnamon Crunch, Box - 35c
OLEO, Decker’s Lb..........................- 19c
KERENS FOOD MARKET
PHONE EX 6-2252 FOR FREE DELIVERY
WANTED—20 or 26 inch Chain
Saw. See or call T. B. Mat-
Men’s Standard Brand Dress and
Work Shoes — Reasonable Prices
Sullivan’s Shoe Shop
No flues, no vents, no fumes! And, what’s more, no
precious oxygen is consumed in a closed room! An
electric space heater'is also 100% efficient because
every kilowatt is converted to usable heat. So, see your
appliance dealer today for an electric space heater .. .
keep those floors warm for the children . . . keep out
the chill in the bathroom these cold mornings. Elec-
tricity is your safest, most modern way to heat!
Texas Power & Light Company
$2.00 an hour spare or full
time for men and women book-
ing orders for Scotch-lite signs
that shine at nite for top of
mail boxes, also house numbers
and door plates. No deliveries.
Pay daily. Ideal for retired per-
sons on pension. Pleasant, inter-
esting work. Free Details. Illum-
inated Sign Co. 2942 1st Ave S,
Minneapolis, Minn. 8-2tc
JACKSONVILLE BUILDING LOMlAp
P.O.BOX 911 ' JACKS0NVtLtE.TEX
FOR THE FINEST selection of
Greeting Cards and Gifts, see
Joe Eddy Arnett or call EX-
FOR SALE—1956 Frigidaire Au-
tomatic Washing Machine. Ex-
cellent condition. Call EX 6-
male or female, from this area,
wanted to service and collect
'from automatic vending machines.
No selling. Age not essential.
Car, references, and $700 work-
ing capital necessary. 7 to 12
hours weekly nets $250 monthly.
Possibility full time work. For
local interview give full parti-
culars, phone. Write P.O. Box
4872, Dallas 6, Texas.
Gas does it best... for less! *
THE MOST ECONOMICAL WAY TO END WASHDAY DRUDGERY
LET SPURLOCK Food Store
Process your beef and poiik
for home freezing.
ERECT AN ENDURING
SYMBOL OF YOUR LOVE
CENTRAL MONUMENT WKS.
Home Owned and Operated
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Ph. EX 6-2655 Keren*
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• “M0 SNAG” TUMBLER. Smooth heavy
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Kittley, Wayne W. The Kerens Tribune (Kerens, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, February 21, 1958, newspaper, February 21, 1958; Kerens, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth810432/m1/2/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Kerens Public Library.