The Brady Standard and Heart O' Texas News (Brady, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 43, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 23, 1955 Page: 8 of 8
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THE BRADY STANDARD AND HEART O’ TEXAS NEWS, BRADY. TEXAS TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1955
Costs and Savings of Butane Tractors
Compared; Decision Left Up to Farmer
Each fam-rr mn*t deride for him- 1 morr economy, more power. no
Mslf whether hr cun uvr monry by carbon. no oil dilution, and longer
twitching bin farm tractor over to ,-ngin<- life. With charts and slide*
butane. he showed how the tractor* are
That seemed to he the general
Opinion Thursday night of those
attending the first of a series of
leing switched to butane and how
manufacturers now are putting
out new tractor* to use the cheap-
agricultural meeting* being span- er butane fuel,
sored by the Brady High School He admitted that to get the best
vocational agriculture department UM. Gf butane (more power, that
Other meeting* will be held on the compression ratio must be
the third Thuraday of each month
this year. The next one. set for
raised. The age of the tractor, too,
should be a deciding factor. It
fispt. IT, will b» on farm welding, wouldn't pay, of course, if a farm*
Charles Ixiftin, Jr., of Tulsa.
Okia., represented the Warren Pet-
roleum Corp., at last Thursday's
meeting in the BHS cafeteria.
He said many farmers in West
er planned to get only one more
crop out of his present tractor.
One of hi* big sating*, in addi-
tion to the difference in price of
the fuel itself, is in maintenance.
Because butane bums without car-
Texas are switching to butane and ^ und no dllulion> the tracU)r
that a survey indicate* that more #pMmte§ }tmgrr ^forc. it must be
intend to make the change.
The advantages, he said,
overhauled, and the engine life
Bob Kothe. of Brady, agricult- ;
urai engineer with the Soil Con-'
serration Sen ice. w as anotlier
speaker, and said that locally it
would cost a farmer from $130 to ,
$260 to switch over to butane, if
he buys a new traetor equipped1
to use butane it will cost from $100
to $200 more than the usual gaso-
“A farmer here would just have
to decide for himself whether the
decrease in maintenance and the
lower fuel cost would be worth the
additional cost,” he said.
• • •
A. H. Broad Company to Keep Doors
Ooen Day and Night tor 64-Hour Sale
Albert Broad at the A H Broad the night folks arc* welcome to come
Company here and two of his cm- \ to the store and make themselves
I loyes, Roy Miller, salesman, and i at home after they pick out the
M. H. Brandon, serviceman in the . Maytag they want. The coffee pot
appliance department, are throw-; will be bandy all night and a tele-
ing away the kev to the store for vision set also will lie on all the
time to help keep the show going.
This is supposed to lie a secret
but Allicrt, Roy and M. B. say that
if you catch them asleep, they will
SOAI* BOX DKKH1 CONTESTANTS A
group of Texas lads, competing in finals of the
Soap Box Derby in Akron. Ohio, give the "O. K.”
sign at the weigh-in scales. Front row, left to
right: Gerald Grtmsley. Lubbock; Ruben Cantu.
Laredo; Wallace R Hardy. Wichita Falls; Wil-
ham Courtney DeLorme, Fort Worth; and Frank
Ricks, of San Antonio. Back row, left to right;
Jimmy Murphy, Waco; Jerry R Hutchins, Big
Spring; E. Daniel Smith, Corpus Christi; C. D.
Yarbrough, Jr., Austin; and Bill Robert Palafax,
of El Paso. (A*' Wircphoto.
i The occasion is May tag’s “Oper-
ation (U,“ and for 64 hours
| straight the store will he open day
and night. The event stalls at 8 | give you a brand new Maytag,
a. m. Thursday, Aug. 23, and con-
tinues until midnight Saturday.
Th local Maytag dealer has
j pitched his hat in the ring and
joined Maytag in saying, “This
event is designed to set a new
world sales record for the Maytag
Broad declared the store is over*
; stocked on Maytag* and during
“(Operation 64” day or night,
“We’ll wheel and we’ll deal. Just
come in make us an offer.”
The “night owl” trial say aft. r
the sun goes down and on through
J. W. RAGSDALE
Back to School
Show—10 A. M.
ICE CUPS TO ALL
“Rose of Rio Rita'
Starts 10 A. M.
John Holcomb. BHS ag teacher,
pointed out that Rothe had no in-, Home From Amarillo
terest in either butane or gasoline.
San Antonio August 31 where Mr.
Gassiot has accepted a position
with the Hallandale School Sys-
tem as Junior High teacher. Mrs.
Gossiot will teach in the Mayfield
Park Elementary School and Ron-
nie will enter San Antonio Junior
Miss Rllla White returned home Kites For Infant
Graveside rites were held at 3
p. m. Monday at the Rochelle
aunt, Mr and Mrs. W. H. Casey. Cemetery for Desna Delaine Mc-
whtle commuting to est Texas Murry, infant daughter of Mr. and
"He just tried to get the local Saturday from Amarillo where
picture, and he doesn't care if you w-as a guest of tier uncle and
burn wood "
E. O. Martin. Brady schools co- ,. _
ordinator. said also that the cur- College at i anyon. She will yrs Bobby Gene McMurry of Rra-
rent serie< of meetings are design- v’sl* here with her parent.*. Mr. jy. Ttie little girl was horn dead at
ed to he informational programs an<l *’rf< Elvard Mhite and Susan Brady Hospital earlier Monday.
before returning to Corpus Christi Survivors are the parents and a
Sept 5 to resume her duties a* sist<ri Sa]ana.
a teacher in the schools there.
“to get both sides of the question.”
Attending the meeting with Lof-
tin were three other Warren Pet-
roleum Com*. men. J. W. Schriever
and Tad Birch of Midland and Ro-
land Gauntt of Fort Worth.
Visit Arlington Residents
Mrs. Margaret Jordan, Mrs. Sim
Gamblin ami Vicki, accnnvpanicd
l»y Mrs. Patt Ernst, Tony and Bill
of K-rrville, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Leland Spencer and Mr. and Mrs.
Young Wright of Arlington re-
Attend Smith Reunion
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smith. Mr
Mrs Howard Smith and Shirley, Julia and Ann returned
Return From Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert
Returns From Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moseley
huve returned from a two weeks’
vacation to Ruidoso, New Mexico.
They attended the Angus Feeder
Calf Sale in San Angelo, Monday
and promptly by—
CITY DRUG CO.
Dial 2325 Brady, Texas
Guests of Lyckmans
Kenneth and Mr. and Mrs. L. B
Smith and Larry were in Jacks
from a vacation trip to Louisiana
Thursday. In Lyons, Texas, they
boro over the week-end to attend wer* guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Mrs. Joe Andrews and children the annual Smith family reunion
are here for a visit with her moth- - The Bradyites reported the drouth Shafer and children.
er, Mrs. John Lyckman and family continuing in that area, with -
of the Dodge community, while Mr. crops and pastures badly burned
by the hot August sun
Maas and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin I)OUj( Bl*OWIl (liven
Decree at Baylor,
Andrews is attending camp at
Mineral Wells. Mr. Andrews, prin-
cipal of Bidorado High School, has To San Antonio
been attending school in San Mar- j
cos this summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleg Gassiot and
Ronnie of Lohn plan to move to
Home From Hospital
Mrs. Travis McNair was released
last Wednesday from Shannon
Hospital in San Angelo and re-
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Takes Conroe Post
Among students receiving the
B. A. degree from Baylor Univer-
turned to Brady Saturday. She un- sity in summer commencement ex-
derwent surgery Aug. 11. ercisca Aug. 18 was Albert Doug-
- | las Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.
R. Brown. 1003 South Cypress St.,
For the last 16 months young
The regular meeting of the Or-
| dcr of the Eastern Star will he
i held Thursday night, August 25,
at 7.30. All members are urged to Brown has been pastor of the Aie-
j Coach Admits-
fhia Baptist Church at Magnolia,
commuting from Waco to Magnolia
each week end. Alethia was his
Beginning Sept. 1, he will make
his home in Conroe where he will
music and educational
for the First Baptist
Church there under the pastor, the
Rev. A. C. Donath.
Brown plans to enter Southwest-
ern Theological Seminary in Fort
Worth, probably in the fall of
His parents and younger broth-
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Bulldog squad to stand as he called 8<*rve a*
off their names for the barbecue director
Houn’ Dawg President Delma
Bell urged the fans to get behind
the boys, and “let's not have so
much of this ‘dry weather talk’.’’
Bell also extended an open invi-
tation to men at the barbecue to
' join the Houn' Dawgs Club—“all it er. Kyle, were in Waco for
will cost you is $5 and a lot of hard graduation exercises,
Treasurer Charlie Dye then in
troduced 13 new members of the Sailings Here On Business
; club, L. N. (Luke) Vogel, E. O. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sailing and
Kelso, Charles J. Brown, Bluford sons, Terry and Mike, of Coahoma.
Ijiwr nee, Wayne Ferguson, Tom- were here Monday for a brief visit
my Clay, Earl Coles, Jimmy Cus- and to attend to business niat-
enbary, L. E. Hedemann, Bill ter*. The Sailings, former Brady
Dodds, Rill Grant, George Young, teachers, are members of the Coa-
and T. A. Wilton. homa faculty again this fall. While
• • • her* Monday they completed no-
Rell reminded the Dawgs that gotiations for the sale of their
they will meet again Sept, 12 for home in Brady,
a chicken barbecue and asked that
That’s right, Mothers—you’ll be glad when
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ALL DIRT GONE
• SPOTS VANISH
• FABRICS REVIVED
• BETTER PRESS
Brady’s Best— East of Post Office
they notify Hubert Gilbreath by
Sept. 5 if they plan to attend. He
also wanted the Dawgs to bring
prospective new members to the
Sept. 12 meeting.
Donating the goat* for Friday
night’s feast were Higginbotham
Lumber Co., Brady National Bank,
Bell Feed Store, Farmer* and
Ranchers Co-op, Commercial Na-
tional Bank, C. B. Whitehead, A.
D. Turner, Jackson’s Service Sta-
tion, Hill Country Creamerie*,
S&K Motor Co., Norman-Lawler,
I Inc., R. A. McShan Grocery, Piggly
j Wiggly, and George Dutton.
! Too Late To Classify
FOR RENT—Newly redecorated
vacant store building in the main
bu*in< .>* section of town. MRS.
M. J. MALLOUF, Box 280, Cole-
FOR SALE—Cane and Millet mix-
ed, hegaii and bailed maize.
Hamilton, Texas, Rt. 3. Phone
529J. C. D GREGORY.
WANTED—Teacher for general
homemaking (bonus) also teach-
er for social science and math.
JOE KING, Superintendent of
Schools, Paint Rock, Texas.
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your office work!
THE BRADY STANDARD
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