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Henderson and Adjoining Counties III I I At a wildcat location two miles will be in a 180-acre unit in the J.R. production in the PettetFormation. northwest of Seven Points, the Curtis Martin Survey. Wlth projected total Hankamer Corp. of Houston Is depth of 9,700 feet, the well will test the preparing to spud the No. I W.M. producing zone of the North Athens A 1,300-R. Anderson County wildcat Johnson. The explorer well carries Field, in addition to wildcat strata, for oll or gas is scheduled for spudding permit for a,ooo t, total depth and is -------- two miles northeast of the Bradford community with Diamond Shamrock alined at oll production. It is in an 89- TXO Production Corp., operating out Exploration as the operator. The well acre lease in Henderson County's of Tyler, has staked location for a 9,200- Thomas O. Meux Survey. ft. developmental venture in the willbe known as the No. 1 Evah Walls et Freestone (Petter) Field four miles al. Location is in an 80-acre unit in A Henderson County wildcat for oll or is scheduled for spudding 4.a miles northwest of Murchlson, with TXO Production Corp. as the operator. It will be known as the No. 1 Benners. Drillslte S north of the Donle townsite. The operation will be in a e96-acre lease in Freestone County's David Bullock Survey. Designated as the No. 2 Kin- don the well is aimed at natural gas K(C[P THAT GNEAT GM Felt[LING WITH GC[NUIN[ GM PARTS Hwy. 31, Malakoff ! Buick, AMC, Jeep, Renault 489-0529 Anderson County's William Herrin Survey. A total of five 1,200-ft. developmental wells are scheduled in the Corsicana Shallow Field five miles northeast of Corsicana with Production Research of Texas Inc. of Houston as the operator. The wells will be known as the Nos. 17, 18, 20, 21 and 22 Copco Summerail ep4. They are in a 34-acre lease block in Navarro County's James Wishart r. & Juanita Riddlesperger, Behind Lanita's Beauty Salon 4 8 9- 0 51 3 COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) -- A taste of winter weather finally came to much of Texas this week, slowing harvest operations and causing an increase in livestock feeding. The season's coldest weather brought freezing temperatures to the northern half of the state and a heavy frost to some other locations. However, the freeze was two to three weeks later than normal for most areas, thus allowing small grain crops and winter grasses to make additional growth for winter grazing, said Dr. Zerle L. Carpenter, director of the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University System. The cold weather triggered scattered rains over far western, central and eastern sections, bringing much- needed moisture for small grains and winter pastures. However, most of West Central and Southwest Texas remains dry, Carpenter said. 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II I I II SAVINGS, :) Athens Bullard Forney Gilmer Kaufman Lincoln Plaza Mabank Malakoff Mineola Quitman Tatum Tyler Van Whitehouse Wills Point i~ : : / A substantial interest penalty is required for early withdrawal of certificates. and Trans-Pecos areas, but harvest pecan harvest is in operations continued to make good remain good for this time progress in the Panhandle and South NORTHEAST: Recent Plains. About 75 to 80 percent of the give a boost to small South Plains cotton crop has been pastures. Cattle are in l harvested, with a considerable amount feeding increasing due stored in field modules to await gin- weather. Pecan harvesting ning. the crop varies widely A few peanuts are still being hat- county. vested in Southwest Texas while rains FAR The latest have delayed harvest operations in triggered up to 4 inches of some north central counties, parts of the region. The A good to excellent pecan harvest again delayed cotton continues over the state, said Car- is past the penter, but prices to growers are low. counties. Some Harvesting of sugarcane, citrus and harvested. A good to fall vegetables remains active in the harvest continues. Rio Grande Valley, and vegetable condition. harvesting also continues in the Winter WEST A Garden area. remains to be t Cattlemen increased feeding of hay harvest is complete. and protein supplement to their stock generally have been during the past week due to the colder peanut crop ranged from weather, Carpenter noted. Hay prices Small grains are are climbing in areas where supplies grazing but need rain. are short, deteriorating with the Reports from district Extension and high, drying directors showed these conditions, plemental feeding is PANHANDLE: A short cotton har- pecan harvestcontinues. vest continues as weather conditions CENTRAL: Recent permit. Harvesting of soybeans, sun- boost small grains, but flowers and sugar beets is about moisture is still needed complete. Cold weather has slowed locations. Cattle feeding b wheat growth, but stockers continue to hay prices due get some grazing. Range cattle are in plies. good condition. EAST: Rains the SOUTH PLAINS: Cotton harvesting small grains and continues to make good progress, with Clovers and ryegrass are about 75 to 80 percent of the crop in. A growth. Livestock are in sizeable amount is stored In field ceilent condition, with modules to await ginning. Harvesting feeding. A good pecan of other crops is virtually complete, way inmost counties. Wheat continues to make good progress and is providing some grazing for SOUTH CENTRAL: stocker cattle, are making good favorable moisture generally mild fall in good shape, with strong. A good to harvest continues. ROLLING PLAINS: Cold weather and scattered rains have slowed cotton harvesting. Small grain seeding is generally complete, with early fields providing good grazing for livestock. Alfalfa hay is in strong demand. NORTH CENTRAl:: Scattered rains continue to delay completion of the cotton and peanut harvests. Wheat and oats are making good growth under favorable moisture conditions. A good "Growing Older," a new 27-page booklet, contains pointers that can help lnprove the quality of life for older Americans. For a free copy of the booklet, write to "Growing Older," 866 Third Ave , New York, N. Y. 10022. Please include name and address. This holiday season... don't get smashed. It can cost you your license or your life, A remh~der from from thls newspaper and the Troopers of the Texas Department of Publlc Sefety Tool C to a survey g In response to the citizens for estimation on ditch drainage repairs, the Tool resolution recently a submission of an federal government grant. 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