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NEWS Page Four Friday, July 31, 1964 Malakoff, Texas WEATHER WISE Dry weather is the current top- ic for conservation and certainly one that is causing concern every- where. Stock producers are eith- er looking for pasture, stock wa- ter or both. Supplies of these es- sential ellements are fast be- coming scarce. The field pea and watermelon season is only about fifty per cent over yet supplies of these crops are severely cut by dry weather. Looks like we will wind up with about one-half of our general production. John Corley and I were discus- sing the main topic of the day last week squatted down in the shade of the old blue pick-up on mar- ket square. John had a load of melons on the market and we were sampling one while trying to keep cool. Leland Tarrant came along saying he wouldn't have to worry about picking his peas if it didn't rain. I got to figuring and it looks like we are five and one-half in- ches short of normal for the year with a total rainfall of 16.46 inches. I am like you and won- dering where we got this much rain; but we did have some fair showers in March and again in May. The 34 days of no rain since June 17th has been the kill- man of the Farm and R a n c h Magazine who is a well known humorist and farm speaker. Oran Lewellen, Farm Service Super- visor for Texas Power and Light Company will serve as master of ceremonies and install new of- ficers for the coming year. A drawing will be held for some lucky person to win one ton of hay. LIVESTOCK SHOW COMING The Henderson County Live- stock Show Association is buzzing around these days making prep- aration for the fourth annual county livestock show August 28- 29. Bids are being taken for the ~- ing blow. Rainfall so far this I]yearyear" is about 2 inches above last I Well I see John is back in the [bank resting up after his va- & IN OUR ! cation and letting his blistered I nose peal. He promised to buy a straw hat if he made good on his We have received our first supply of Moth-Proof Bags and have started the cleaning and storing of winter clothing. Bring your heavier clothing in now and let us help you protect them during the summer months. construction of a new livestock barn. The Henderson County Fair Board approved the site for the show barn at a meeting last week. Catalogues are now out and being sent to exhibitors and all sponsors of the livestock show. CONSERVATION ON HIGHWAY 31 - EAST R4 FY/'WINs By PAUL PHILLIPS melons. CATTLEMEN'S BARBECUE Members of the Henderson County Cattlemen's Association and their guests will be treated to a barbecue supper Friday night at the National Guard Armory in Athens, according to President Bob Sullivan. Guest speaker for the first an- nual barbecue will be Lewis Free- Travis Clyburn of the A. S. C. S. in Athens says that more than 700 Henderson County farmers have completed one or more con- :servative practices on their farm this year. He says also that funds are still available for con- !servation practices on a cost sharing basis at this time for lime, brush control, and stock water ponds. i I SHE. TOLO A4E VESTEWDA'4 HER POL|CY LAPSED-WrrH "BE SURE -- INSURE" Dial HU 9- 51 Offices in MalakoH and Trinidad readers enjoy reading Jan Web- .~ter. We invite you to send your Webster, Oak Valley Road, Corsicana, Texas.) Dear Jan: My husband is the one whom I spoke to you about earlier. He is the one who thinks the little cute readhead down at the cafe can flip the finest flapjacks in the world. Someone told me again that I had best keep my eyes o~en that he was in the back every 'morning helping her flap them. In fact this person watched them last Thursday morning have a flipping contest. He flipped 25 without missing and she only 17. Nov, don't you think this is her way in getting him to come in and fool around. Making him think he is the very best? What can I do? Hurt Dear Hurt: Can't you whip up a little flip- ping at home and let him know he is the best. * $ * $ $ Dear Jan: You know out from town where the highways join? Welt, almost any afternoon you can drive out and see a man here in town just Great peace have they that love Thy law. --(Psalms 119:165). By always remembering that God's law of love and justice governs all that con- cerns us we will remain calm and poised in all situations; we will not give way to panic and desperate measures. III I I the road probably waiting for a woman. Should I in my coy way ask her out for a drive? This should break up. A Kind Friend Dear Kind Friend: If you take her for that drive I suggest you go in a different direction as t h i s is absolutely none of your business. Confidential to Able: Stay able, but not willing. The Girl Scouts of USA wl founded in 1912. ,Expert w-,c | i / DON'T SWELTER IN YOUR CAR THIS SUMMER WITH A BRAND NEW AUTO AIR CONDITIONER Quickly and Easily Installed in Your Present Car am PLUS INSTALLATION NO DOWN PAYMENT -- 24 Months to Pay. West Highway 31 Dealers for Chevrolet and Bucik I 0 -O Chevro~t .Impala Sport Coupv Chevy H Nova #-Door Se4a~ Your Chevrolet one-stop shopping center is the one place in town where you've got your pick of up to 45 different ways to be a homecoming hero for the rest of this summer-and for many more after. Just follow the crowds. You can't miss it. Check the display window out for America's No. 1 automobile, the '64 Jet-smooth Chevrolet. Any car this luxurious should have its price examined. Look for the brand-new young-at-heart, young-in- price Chevelh-the only car that could come between Chevrolet and Chevy II. Corva r Mwaza Club Coupe Look for the fun-loving rear-engine Corvair. It's Chevrolet's answer to leaving summer sand, winter snow and spring mud right in its tracks. Look for the thrifty, roomy Chevy 11. It's the per- fect automobile for summer economy drives. Look for America's only true sports ear, Corvette. Test drive the one that turns you on most Then start talking price. It's the greatest cure-all for new car fever in the automo- tive world. BECAUSE MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVRoLETS, CHEVRoLETS MUST BE A BETTER BUY 42 5059 p l EAST HIGHWAY 31 i . . about prompt service on loans (personal, business, car or home) when you need them . . . sound financial advice when you want it ref- erences whenever required . . . when you make a banking connection with a FULL-SERVICE bank like ours. Your established bank standing here can be an important factor in your financial progress. You will find us ready and willing to work with you in every practical way to help you make the most of your money and your opportunities. zens an "Since 1939" , PHO. 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