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Bronte Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 16, 1964, Bronte, Texas mm i-sîJS«."- il ' .m • 'lü^iKrrfl^ii wliWKH ' ■''.-i-i - i ) : i 1 . D t > , Vol. 46 (Old Vol. 59) BRONTE, TEXAS, JULY 16, 1964 No. 29 LOOKING OVER THE PROGRAM — Cecil Coalson, left, and Buddy Reed, right, who will at-tend a Firemen's Training School at Texas A & M College, loolc over the school's program with O. T. Colvin, Farm Bureau insurance representative for Coke County. Farm Bureau is sponsoring the trip for Reed and Coalson, along with two firemen from Robert Lee. Senior League Champs Decided Saturday Night Farm Bureau to Sponsor Coke Men at ASM Training School There will be a big ball game in Robert Lee Saturday night. That's when Bronte Senior League team will meet Robert Lee to de-cide the league championship. The teams are now tied for first place. Admission prices will be 25c and 75c. Some fans feel that the Robert Lee lads will have a slight advantage, as !they wUl be playing on their home field, and ¡they have defeated the Bronte boys on a couple of occasions this summer. Manager Clyde Lee said early this week that he wasn't too disturbed by the apparent advantages Robert Lee has over his boys. "They've beat us twice, so It's our turn," he said, and we're go ing over there .with nothing else In mind but to win." Lee and co-manager Jake Morrow will have two of their regular squad members mlsing In Saturday night's contest. Jim Morrow and Royce Lee are gone to Valley Forge, Pa., for the National Boy Scout Jamboree and will not be on the field. Coke County Farm Bureau Is sponsoring the attendance of four volunteer firemen from this county at the 35th annual Texas Firemen's Training School to be held July 19-25 on the campus of Texas A&M University at College Station, according to Ben Boykln i- LIB-BEBÎ This week we/are, .tuim|ng..ovei;^ this column to our''■^aughteri' Margl, who has written the . following narrative on her trip last weekend to the Attorney General's Youth Conference in Austin. Ronnie Lee also attended the conference, and we hope to persuade !hlm and Margl to write some articles for future Issues of The Enterprise in more detailed form on what they learned at the con-ierence. Here's her story: Attorney General's Youth Oonlerence By Margi Oglesby Last Thursday night I stood in the Student Union Building of the University of Texas, surrounded by teenagers from all over Texas, and I asked myself, "Why Am I bere?" I had been asked by Mayor Royce Lee to attend the At-itomey General's Youth Conference, along .with Ronnie Lee frpm Bronte, and Carolyn Parker and Linda Jacoby from Robert Lee. When we left Coke County with our sponsor. County Attorney Frank Dickey, none of us had any idea what the Aittomey General's Youth Conference was about/'We were Just going to be going some-ivhere. • 'Wh«n we reached Austin, we were rushed from speech to film to seminar. We attended six seminars — one each on school dropouts, vocational education, law enforcement, home town youth conferences, community service, and spare time and recreation. We were assailed by a barrage of statistics and we were constantly reminded that these statistics represented people. We learned a lot and we were shocked — shocked that the crime rate is Texas is «rowing five times the rato of the population and seven times In the younger generation. Sunday morning we all went to church. Protestant services were iheld in the l^use of Representa-lives Chamber and Cathi^c §er-vices were h^ in the Senate Contlniifd'on |ack Pagt of Robert Lee, president. Local volunteer firemen planning to attend are Buddy Reed and Cecil Coalson. R. C. Sawyer and Virgil Hend-ley of Robert Lee will attend. The training school is being conducted by the Engineering Extension Service In cooperation with the Texas Education Agency. The school furnishes up-to-date training ;and information on fire protec-'Ùôn and prevention as well as fire-flghtlng technlqu^. ^ addition, -^ip ,. attending tJ^e regular' courses 'at ithe school, volunteer firemen sponsored by Farm Bureau wlU 'also attend itiwo special seminars July 20 and 21 dealing with rural fire protection. Farm Bureau pays $52.50 of the $57.50 tuition for sponsored members of local volunteer fire departments. This covers lodging and meals for the one-week course. Across the state, some 59 F)arm Bureaus are cooperaltlng with the Texas Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company of Waco in helping defray expenses of 140 volunteer firemen in attending the school. Boykln pointed out that Farm Bureau carries on a year-round fire prevention and fire protection program. Joe Smetana, Waco, Texas Farm Bureau safety director, has presented a fire prevention demonstration to 140 schools and 30 clubs In the past year. The TFB Mutual Company also pays $75 to tocal fire departments answering a call outside city limits to fight fires involving property of Farm Bureau Insureds. REVIVAL MEETING PLANNED AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH A revival meeting Is being planned at First Baptist Church In Bronte during the week of Aug. 2-9. More details of ¡the services will be announced In forthcoming issues of The Enterprise. Rev. Murrell Johns, pastor, said that an outstanding evangelistic worker, as well as a singer will be here for the meeting. Jaycees to Sponsor Pet Vaccination Bronte Jaycee Chapter will sponsor a pet vaccination program for this area Saturday, July 18. The work will be done at Mackey's Feed & Supply store here. Only cost to dog and ot\er pet owners will be $1.50 to pay for the vaccine. It will be administered free of charge. A pet vacinaition was sponsored by Coke County 4-H clubs several weeks ago, but several persons in this vicinity have complained that they were not able to take advantage of it due to the short notice given before the day the shots were given. Jaycees hope to be able to get all pets in the area which were missed, innoculated I for rabies. Bronte advanced to this final game by virtue of a win last Saturday night over Coleman, 6-5. Jim Morrow started on the mound for Bronite, and pitched the first two innings. He was relieved by Robbie Cook who finished out the game. Robert Lee also won their game from Wlngate, advancing to tbe final contest with Bronte. Umpires for the Saturday nigbib game will be from the Abilene Official's Association, Lee said. Managers of both teams ithought it would be better to secure out-sildexs to Ictfficiate ithis crucial' battle. Winner of the game will represent the Bronte League ait tlhe regional playoff, which wdll be at Brownwood about July 27. Winner at Brownwood wiU go to state, with games scheduled for Aug. 3-8; Lee said, "We want to invite everybody in the Bronte area to go lo Robert Lee Saturday night to support our team. We need your help In this Important game." Will Sa&e Y0U 50c -vl'C A large number of readers have alrtady taken advantage of The Enterprise subscription special which has been in effect since July 1. Only two weeks remain, as regular prices will be put back on subscriptions on Aug. 1. A 50 cents discount Is allowed on any subscription during the month of July. This applies to new or renewal orders. Subscriptions which have not expired will ibe marked up a year from their date of expiration. Price on The Enterprise for one year in Coke and adjoining counties is $2.50, as compared with the regular price of $3,00. Subscrip tions anywhere else may be purchased for $3.00, a 50 cent reduction from the regular price of $3.50. Subscriptions may be mailed or brought to The Enterprise office in Bronte, or orders for the paper will be accepted by any of the newspaper's community representatives. They are Mrs. Herbert Holland for the Brookshlre area; Mrs. Charles Ragsdale for Black-well and Oak Creek Lake area; Mrs. Barney Griffin and Mrs. Tom Green for the Tennyson and Juniper communities. (Remember, the special will end on July 31. Take advantage oi the saving. Deposits at Bank Down Slightly ^ Deposits In Fhrst National Bank in Bronte showed a slight decrease from a year ago, according ito a statement:.of coo^tion. dated-Jmrn-30. The deposits were dovm stighi-ly compared to the last bank call on AprU 15. Deposits June 30 amounted to $2,425,569.49 compared to $2,427,-877.96 on June 29, 1963, a drop of only a little more than $2,000. Loans are up, however, with $941,059.67 out on June 30, compared with $869,832.40 a year ago, and $890,879.88 on April 15. Total assets of the Bronte bank were up, compared to a year ago. The figure in this colunm on June 30 showed $2,772,069.49, whUe on June 29, 1963, total assets were $2,760,377.96. Capital accounts of the bank continue to Increase with $346,500.-00 in this account on June 30, compared to $332,500.00 a year ago, and $338,466.49 on AprU 15. 42 COMPLETE SWm CLASSES Beginners swimming classes at the pool In Bronte County Park have been doing a land office business during the past itwo weeks, with 42 youngsters completing the courses. Three classes have been held; for tiny tots, for pre-school children, and for older beginners. Members of the little kids class were Donny Butler» Randy Nelson, Wayne Coalson, Jim Tidwell, She-lene Tidwell and Sherry Simpson. In the pre-sdiool group were Norma Jean Thompson, Bill Hol-ley, Cliff HoUey, Tammy Nelson, Sandra Moody, Randy Corbln, Pat WeUs. Julie Snead, Craig L^e, Gld Ware. Vickie Edwards. Kerry Evans, Laura Glenn. James Brun-son, Jerry Branson, Jaflell Jolms. . CpntlnMfd on Back Pag* • The toke County Farm Bureau places emphasis on National Farm Safety Week, as they pay registration fees for two fire-men fronn Robert Lee, R. C. (■Mn) .Sawyar, and Virail Htndley, who will attend th* annual Firemen's School College Station. Above, left to right, are Calvin Wallace, Robert Lee Fire Chief, Sawyer; Ben Boykln, President of Coke County Farm Bureau and County Judgo W. >,W,, Thatfordi Church of Christ Having Meeting A series of special services is in progress this week at Bronte Church of Christ. Owen Cosgrove of Waxahachle, former minister for the local church. Is doing the preaching at the services. Services are being held each day at 7:30 p.m. Sunday services wil be at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Last of ,the special services wlU be Sunday night. James Allen, member of the congregation, is leading the singing during the meeting, Cosrove is now minister at the College Street Church of Christ in Waxahachie, He preached at Robert Lee for three years. He holds a B.A. degree from ACC and an M.A. from Sul Ross State College, He is married to the for- , mer Martha Sue Richardson of; Robert Lee. Horace Taylor, an elder In the local church, said that everyone; in this area has a cordial invitation to attend all of the remaining^ services.
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