The Brady Herald (Brady, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 36, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 27, 1961 Page: 1 of 12
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Serving The Heart of Texas!
Official Publication City of Brady
BRADY. TEXAS, TUESDAY. JUNK 87. IH1
Full Stables' Assured for Jubilee's Horse Races
REAMING QUEEN—Patti Liner (left) of Lubbock was
crowned Texas Hampshire Swine Breeders queen Saturday by
Harold Boucher (right), secretary of the Hampshire Swine
Registry. Peoria, 111. i Herald Photo).
Farmer's Leg Broken
In Tractor Accident
Claud Knight. H 7-year-old Ro-
chelle slockfarmer. was injured
Saturday morning when lie was
run over by a 14-foot grain drill
In a tractor accident.
lie was In Hrady Hospital this
week with a broken left leg “and
so sore I can't turn over."
State Swine Sale
Eighty-eight animals from IS
consigners brought a total of $7.-
551 at the Texas Hampshire Swine
Breeders sale at Richards Park
Saturday, in what the association
president, James Epperson of Val-
iey Spring described as “one of
the biggest sales ever held.”
T. D. Tanksley of Texas A AM
College did ‘the official placing
of the animals. The champion brad
gilt, consigned by H. C. Tucker
of Midlothian, sold to Dr. Wayne
Moore of Bryan for $180. Buddy
If. Winter of Lubbock had the
champion open gilt which sold to
W. F. Holloway of Petersburg
for $140. The champion boar, con-
signed by John C. Eckert of Ma-
son, was purchased l>v Joe Pfluger
of Ballinger for $105.
The top selling bred gilt, con-
signed by Winter, sold for $240
to John Therwhanger of Weinert.
Assisting with the sale and
giving reasons for placing in
the individual judging contests
were Harold Boucher secretary
of the Hampshire Swine Reg-
istry. and Sam Prudy, field-
man with Hampshire Herds-
man and Registry, both of
Peoria III., and Tanksley of
In the individual judging con-
test the three top prizes in the
men’s division want to J. B. L.
Hancock of Weatherford; Melvin
Smith, Ackerly; and Jack Wynn,
The three top women ware
Mrs. Perry T. Jones. Midland;
Mrs. Berthold Franke, Goliad; and
Mrs. Charles Graf, Chillicothe.
In the young people's group
the winners were Roy Rirk, Jesse
Holloway, and Patti Liner.
• 9 •
In the queen contest, the
first ever bald by the associa-
tion, Patti Linar of l.ubhock
waa the winner. She will re-
present Texas at the National
Hampshire Swine Breeders
contest in Springfield. Ohio.
Runner-up in the contest was
Virginia Thomaa of Hale Center.
The judges elected the queen
on beauty and personality, the
content of an oral assay, and the
presentation and poise of that es-
say. Mias Liner's talk was “How
To Provide More Pork Consump-
Judges in the contest were
James Isbell, George Purcell, John-
ny Rudder, and Korky Steffens,
all of Brady.
TO TAKE PART
Hey, kids, want to be in
the Jubilee parade?
You’re invited! Ray Cates
is chairman of the kiddie
section and ia asking his en-
tries to meet about 9:15 a.
m. Saturday on the south
side of the McCulloch County
Electric Co-op building. The
entries will be judged there
before the parade starts at
10 a. m.
“We can use decorated bi-
cycles, boats, clowns, any-
thing they can think of,”
State s No. 1 Meet
Gets Started Sunday
Signs to Be
lly 1.. B. SMITH
The X2nd annual convention of
the Texas Press Association is
now history We sow It done up
brown in Dalian Saturday night,
and from the many plaudits and
luvorahle comments we received
it was succensfitl
• * •
As president of the Texas Press'
Association during the year draw-
Working nt Ilia place 10 miles
northeast of Rochelle. Mr. Knight
was down In front of the drill,
cleaning It out and getting ready
to sow some millet. He had left
the tractor Idling, but suddenly
it Jumped Into gear and pulled
the drill over him
The tractor climbed on top of
a trailer before It stalled, and
Mr. Knight got out from under
the drill, cut the switch. and
veiled for help. Ills daughter,
Mrs Alline Harwell, brought him
to the hospital
Radiy bruised. Mr Knight
felt lucky that he wasn't more
“I don't know how I got out
of It." he said
A I .ontitiana man ia in jail here.
Inv to a close, we have many facing charges of swindling
things to be thankful for The |R. gave the Commercial Na-
greatest, of course, are our friends tiimml Pink a draft Saturday to
in the newspaper profession, who transferred here from
made the year not only one of „ bank, but investiga-
msny accomplishment*, hut one t|o„ *,**,,1*1 h* had no account
of numerous pleasantries one jn Police Chief Dorman
of memories that will be lasting M|d
Within the next few weeks ev-
ery Bradyite is going to have to
take on himself the responsibility
for safe driving more than ever
Police Chief Dorman Gibbs said
Monday a number of additional
yield signs are going up through-
out the city as well as others to
replace stop signs.
These signs leave it up to tho
driver as 'to whether he can make
it when he pulls into an inter-
section, Gibbs pointed out. And it’s
his fault if something happens.
“If the driver collides with
another car when he goes through
n yield sign.” the chief cautioned,
“he didn’t yield the right of way.
He’s definitely at fault."
There will be no rolling through
■ stop signs, thus leaving room for
argument. It will eliminate many
other borderline cases common
with stop signs, the police chief
Gibbs saiti he personally favors
yield signs far above stop signs.
Some of the plnces for the signs
have already l»een picked, but more
are being chosen.
Plenty of competition is assured
for the July Jubilee’s three-day
race meet opening here Sunday.
Every stall has been reserved
since June 15, "and I’ve had to
turn down 40 to 50 other horses,”
Track Manager Jack Locklear said
Tuesday. “But they’ll probabl./
come anyway and try to get u
stable elsewhere around town,"
Last year Locklear wrote
out entries for 178 horses on
the first day, “and I think
there will be even more this
year. We’ll have the pick of
the best horses available in
this section. . . .
“It will be the biggest race
meet in the state."
• I $
The races start at 2 p. m.. on
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Tho
richest purses are offered in th*
Merchants Derby Monday and the
old Prady Derby on Tuesduy, the
Fourth of July Both are $:i0i>
races, plus the added entry fees
($25 in the Merchants Derby and
$50 in the Brady Derby).
This week the facilities at the
On Abilene TV
Six Brady persons were on t'ie
Harry Holt television show on
KRBC-TV in Abilene Monday
night boosting the July Jubilee.
Appearing on the show were
Brady Chamber of Commerce
Manager George Purcell. July
Jubilee General Manager Korky
Seffens, two Jubilee committee
chairmen, Jim Harkrider and Hill
Strickland, last year's “.Miss Heart
O’ Texas" Anita Young, and "Miss
Mohair" Carlene Brown.
Jubilee race park were being well
groomed for Sunday's opening.
The fences had new costa of white-
wash, the hox seats were being
repaired, the parking lot mowed
and the roads bladed.
Some horse owners already
had arrived, set up shop in
the stablea. and had their
horses in training. There waa
one minor accident at the
track Tuesday morning. Frew
(‘halls, a .‘i-year-nld mare
owned by G. K. White, wm
hurt slightly in a fall, bnt
her rider, Monroe Wiggins,
escaped without injury.
Locklear said the mare will bw
okay again in about 10 days.
• • •
Between races this year, some
of this area's best ropers will bo
performing in the center rodeo
arena, competing fur a jackpot,
belt buckles, and a saddle bein^
offered by the Jubilee. They will
be roping calves and participat-
ing in team tying of steers. Teams
are entered from Llano, San Saba,
Menard, Concho, Mason and Mc-
“I think it will be a big addi-
tion to our program," said Cham-
ber of Commerce Manager George
Home To Texas
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nance. Jr.
and three children, who have
lived In Calgary. Alberta. Canada,
for the past 10 years are being
transferred to Abilene by his firm,
the Shell oil Co., according to his
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Nanc*
of Hrndy. The family will leavw
Canada Saturday July 1 by tratn
and arrive in Dallas July 4. Ilia
parents expect them to visit in
Mrndy some time next week.
TOP H(Hi—This champion bred gilt, which sold for $1H0
at the Texas Hampshire Swine Breeders sale, is shown with
consignor H. C. Tucker of Midlothian. (Herald Photo).
Andy Allen Honored
As Lion of the Year'
Hrls« heed of aw organ I-
Milton with more than Vm
member new »pn|we*. nwst tlxew
having a great iwanv of those
member* expressing their
thank* made w* fret gwwt as
l inn of thr Yettr" plaque was Ranvond Wilenaky and Lion Tamer
The man gave the bank here* aw anted to retiring President An- K. R, Watson,
rhock for $H0 and then bought the Brady Lions Club’s The two year director* are Dr
*omr $75 worth of merchandise at imgnUggfrg service Thumlay night llarry Pries* ami Mercer Slaugh
local store* hjr cheek. He was nr t ^ ^ First Methodist Church ter, one-year directors are Janie-
rested "•» «Ted he ^ ^ ^ f„r Mallow ami Boyd Hunt
ini n **-U outstanding service, not only in the All members are urged to be
' _ I* 1*. , . |* ;rtab but in community and civic present at the noon Thursdax
i .. ’ affair* during the post year. meetinr. which will he the last
He toM bank official* he had (>H| Slrwctrr ...
by the l.tewa for his IP year*
of service as local secretary
treasurer He wm nominated
far the office fee the Mth
time Thursday hut declined t*
accept because of other duties
_____ Strtegler ha* received IP merit
. .44 >4.. mo. B- Sister ®f Brady
Mohiaaaa d Rnyce City. Phil Me- llfsitjant^ |)jfo
Molten of nartand. gusset I HffUUl ■■■■■ -*■■— ■—* ■■■ ■ - — . mw**M^w fws the tot* a_
of Italy titte* MHVr of Park Mrs Andrew Herwyg of J.-hn^m he given later J
fit tea New* Hollas Hark MctPuue City, oldest sister of Leon and • • • **r,Tr " " *
■ «•*•*» The ten** installed the fellow *•*•*'•’ —■»>»>■ •**
- offerer* PtemdmvtH K My •* •• •*» •««!-
More than 4P« person* were
registafui for the Dallas coareu-
itun. perhaps a record But the* shout $700 in inaurunre payment*
that waa to he expected because coming »M« hi* account anon hy
those Dellas folk* always ge ell- mull Gthh* said,
out to oaiectata TPA The pro- Kredv J oat ice of the Peace Jo-1
gram committee we appointed Myrtrk set hi* hand at ftJMP
several Weeks age could awl ka*e \|| the mervhandiae and meney
been heatea lit a lev Mr Hrayec ef was ppfeveced
tsraad Prairie and tieorge Hgwke* ....................... . ........... j
of Arliagtn* srece co-chairmen
for the prompt news *f reports and
service rendered A btoaae plaque
ha* been ordered for fgriegtre. to
of thr fiscal yror There ia sperial
buatne** to hr transacted.
Rand to Practice
For Jubilee I'aredf
Member* «>f the Bulldog Rami
Interna Doom I r**"**'+'1 «** ■*•*< •« the Brady
High St howl Rand Hall at 7 p%
Thursday -xght iNfWtnf
Seniors of '51
To Meet July 3
The 19S1 senior class of Hrady
High School will hold it* sccon I
reunion beginning at I p. ni.
Monday, July :t, at the Country
From i» to 7 p. ni the families
will hold an informal get-together.
The children then will be taken
to their grandparents, and the
class members will meet back at
the Club at 7:H0 p. m for dinner,
dancing, and reminiscing
Addre*se* of the following are
i not known Beverly Bishop, Bill
Blackstone. Maxine Poggs. Wilda
Faye Cailey. Marlin Hahn, Ann
Hughe*. Patsy Koerner. Grace Nell
McCoy, Hilly Don Owens, Robert
Posey and Naomi Torrez.
Anyone knowing the where-
about* of these persons i* asked to
get in touch with Mrs. Clair lAnna
l.u Coggm) Whitessll. Mrs Frank
i Bernice Piermanl Roddte. Jr..
Mrs. Jon Kd • Wyiunui Slaughter!
Weaver. Mr*. Herhy iRiddy Glenn)
Harkrtder. Jon Ed Weaver, or
Charlie D»dds all of Brady
lame* Malhtw sad the
wf the Ttaveo-llecaM Richard loft- I. V
rev of the Hallos Mecataz New* TWsd
Mam Williaam at UtiMwtf sad 11k
a swell reach of (talk** pahMr re
Uihwi mew iacladiaa T*4 Malay
ham of Lovaa a*ar *»**
(Tara la Pag- 1$. Ca» 1
ecu. First Vice
FewaeUe. Second \
R. i .wait. Tkttxl D
Sell» Stamps Now
At Po»t Office
A new “Stampmaster" vending
nsachiae ha* been installed ia the
lobby of the Ready P»*»t I If
A nickel in the machine wiU
cent stamp and a penny
i quarter will gyve *4v
tamp* and a penny
dime gyve* three 1 cent
nk one cent in change
Mr* Rarer Fraark*
W. M. DRAMS
Service to Church
a it I Waa* tout-time iacm-
Ker wf the Firat Christ«an Chares
a a* keaarad hr the nvagregatvna
wttb aa apprertattwa dtaaer tk the
!VII«*«hi* Hall Wedaeeday eiea-
iat Jane ft
%S years of aerior I
A wresth o# hroare mam* h<*td-
• 4 • golden 1 • *" a as f he • »*l»t •
piece for five a- *d tahie
Several of the »(4*i wemhar*
* * • of the < hutch iab$ the gfwnp of
Acting a* master wf ceremonies appeaatmate4y 1*4 hew mxwh
the Me* krvva Vsuas prsaaated Mr Dana s leadarshie 4*4 aaretra
the 1 isar r wan a hsawtifa' Rthle ta the <hutch had meant ta iham
far kia arar the rear*
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