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Andrews County News (Newspaper) - May 19, 1957, Andrews, Texas Sands vol i i sri lib is smarter t i Coin in in wry bucket problem third Grade Mahool i who Rote for his die following. De a big Beal i. Wants him to he a hover Tow 1 j it. N a i us c on the Buck to is i in flow Tho Are a re y. Polite Iran time the fat As Ever i Deifik to m humbles s Iti 1 As All pc Day on the sub r t of or Sisters cd Dove n Herr on a airborne Sand a a it ear ago of in red u prone f sue to the truth r her a a of saying Sieger car than we the Andrews county news Twenty third year no. 56. 8 pages Andrews Texas sunday May 19, 1957 Inch rain Falls Here of per copy units scan skies for twisters As lightning strikes Battery Here. A hat those okla it tame com a rid he s p. Claims that a pm whet he was k for Humble out of those Pairie a onus b of i i in t it kidded a Klieg Rig Over my w Assa Ever top Ruil i bout that 1.0 Niv who was Abir Fitch or . Far too it to s. Hoot they to Ltd Mons intr Roul t count Ami he of two three four. I. Rishi Rune. Jour Roll Kins n. Or Tirol pumper. -1 fit a storm of Home a i n a he Quot i 3rd and an old bark a ted or huh or i a a no b Ines a a Cha a just the be it was pub beginning pages i Quot a a Reader to mute to Bac Barge w have the Money and to stitch you do much pm May Clouds that wore a All Shook up raced Over Andrew. Ski Friday leaving two inches of rain a Tornado Alert. A fire and indirectly caused a wreck on North main. The heavy Clouds dumped eight tenths of an Inch Friday afternoon skittered away and returned after dark to drop whopping Inch and two tenths by ten p in the heavy downpour filled the Low areas in town to overflowing and threatened to flood Homes in Welt and East Andrew City official and units from la sheriff department s Ood by the old drainage Lake and Thow area near the Community building to evacuate the families if be assay the paved Street on the South Side of Hie Lake w is it Orn Pleat under water by ten o clock water was lapping at the doors of several of tile Homes Wien Tho Runoff water subsided shortly after dark radio equipped Poller and county units were dispatched to the a. A South and West to watch tile apron a in is wished two adventurous boys about to proarl1 of 1 heavy c Ond forma leave on a tour of Europe by n s Daniel pastor of the Tor Moln from the Southwest Means memorial methodist Church the boys Are Dan Quot a any wish and Phil Daniel who have Bec n working the past Tine months to raise enough Money to get started on the trip see Story below bicycle wolfing tour. Youths leave on Europe tour in that doubted is one lot the town in ii Pepsi nor in i the two Young ministerial stud rots left Andrews Friday with do rods on their Back. Money not Fin heir pm a and hearts ant minds set on touring Europe Danny Wise 20, and Phi , 20. Son of or my mrs n 8 Daniel Drew out pie results of three months hard labor from the Bank said i. St minute byes and headed out the two youth student at or Murry until the last Quarter plan to make a bicycle and walking tour of England and the on tin european con a Loslo w a coui1 in with 53 321 i Tenent ext with a. A with too peo a struggling hens. Of of the hat the Busi t pan Mon a coders ates to h us. Month ton the r of us Book also about swim Prtt Ajeti t of hath it hem listed Rod swindle the Quot Mauidie and he machine fraud. A or in if Ssith for stretching Barb they Are making the first part of the journey separately Danby went to flan Antonio to visit Hia Mother and Abler Phil left for Lefors to visit his oldest Cor i Underwood. Brother Wesley and his family the two hitchhiking boys plan to meet monday in Fayetteville Arkansas and head for Montreal. Canada via new York City they have booked passage on the uss Laroza of a liner ailing from Montreal a 30th Hie liner is a dormitory Type ship with most of its passengers mate up of College student attic ship will Dock in p it Mouth England the two boys a. Spend two or three week in that country Lefor heading for tile continent. To it of boys Are carrying their Bedrail and plan to sleep by the Wayside except when visiting Europe s largest cities then in they ase Village Host rides i Europe Page five Ira a hat we had an wee rate even a. K in author state it it of marital Ute a Etna a most m la mate that in poorer in every 2f> ratio in 1870 r it of every eight or. Point Home by school takes new building a group of 400 Happy excited youngsters and teachers moved into the new Carl Underwood elementary building in Southwest Andrews monday and entered a new realm of learning atmosphere visitors Are first amazed at the modernistic building itself and then at How rapidly tile children have adjusted to the radically new school. There have been several doubting Thomases who have it the. A Quot of Sald Llinat Tlle Dlf it a of no doors in line butted states the classrooms would not work re Rwm 1867 10 a Howoy let. One has but to walk in i8,716 divorces the front door while classes Are a tiling an la in Progress to realize that the a Quot Quot while the id will and does work Lime Morel Quot this proves that children do 1 i contrast to i no have to be kept in padded a interesting to Ceil Quot said principal j b i it divorce rate in a they appreciate Tivey have in this utter country Braunle in the 34 im7 and he have in. A me r w 50c Dollar. But his readers r wealth by Sav a a re a a frs to save saving 2 3/4 u from the time hunks 70, would at 0 to it und in Lerell. A but save 27 i. L a pars of would be Lothson 01 i in 1 place in the flour ,1pvote8 an in i a a Bovey Manv i11 a1 a a to a month j s 01 both j 2 a Mon j it five correction in thursday s Story concerning the bids of the two local Banks As depository for school funds the news in advert fitly a Eft out a line in describing the bid As submitted by William c. Young executive vice president of the it commercial state Bonk. The Biti should have read a a. 3 percent on the deposits remaining for a minimum of 19� Days 2 1-2 percent on funds remaining 9� hut less than in Days and i a Trent on time deposits remaining 3� but less than �0 Days. Young s bid was dependent upon the school Board appointing him As school treasurer with the right to name his Bank a depository. Our apology it to both Bonks and to Tho school Board Youngblood. The Freedom building Quot Only pieces of furniture separate the classrooms proper from the hallway yet there is no excessive noise tile atmosphere contributed by the building seems to be conducive to learning and the students feel it a Large outdoor Patio almost covered by Long reaching eaves provides a place to have outdoor class a place to play or merely a place for the youngsters to read quietly an arts and crafts room a Library and i cafeteria Are included in the Large unit As Well As a Small clinic which contains two isolation rooms and equipment for testing hearing and sight a tile building is patterned after a modern Youngblood said and the students feel More at Home he poll it cd out that stiff institutional buildings lend a feeling of domination and suppression whereas the Underwood unit has a Sec school Page five boy confesses to burglary Here a 12-sear old boy confessed to the burglary of Hamilton fruit stand after being pick cd up after school Friday j tile boy gained entry to the fruit stand by knocking a Hole in the wire part of the stand cigarettes Randy apples and i watermelons were taken upon investigation police officers found tracks left by the i burglar and clues led to the boy. He will appear before county judge Virgil Lasater in juvenile i proceedings at 4 p in. Monday to the Northeast officers watch cd the Cloud for two hours before it disappeared to the North firemen were Ca cd out shortly before Midnight to ext Ingui ii a burning tank Battery 13 1-2 Miles Southwest of Andrews or. Union Oil compar ease the tanks had evidently been set afire by lightning heaviest rainfall was reported 12 Miles South of a Drew a w or 2 1-2 inches a reported and menu t cast Here one report listed th1 rainfall at 2 1-4 in Che s. The rainfall was not Genera residents of the a run Camp 20 Mih s Southwest of Andrew Rex a red no rainfall during the Day or night and he rainfall in Hie Fullerton area a Sligh local police units were called to North main and Avenue a at ten o clock Frida night o investigate the collision of two ears chief of police Jon said a car driven by Elbert r Malion 17 of Andrews collided with a ear driven by Edgar to ter Andrew s owner of the car driven by Maloti was Leroy Slaughter of Andrews Foster wa.-, driving his Phillips takes i Marian pastorale ted Phillips pastor of tile first Christian Church Here for the past two years moved last week to Marian. Tex. Where he has taken the pastorate while being pastor of the Marian Chirstian Church. Phillips will go to school of thu Bright s College of Bible in fort Worth other s car Dewitt of Malion told chief Jon Slippery a a and sour i m laity was to eau of tin Accident damage to the Slaughter car 1 a. Estimated at $ i in and to ii1 Foster a $lf>0 baccalaureate services slated Al 8 p. M. Tonight Bac Camaur at set it csar scheduled for 8 p in tonight in til High school auditorium and will Mark the beginning of the final week of school irs for this Tern. C i Wail Scot pastor of t. Second Baptist Church will a liver the Sermon school administrators Alai officials extend an invitation to All Church congregations to attend this service Frank Crown pastor of the first presbyterian. Church will give the invocation and John Parker pastor of the fundamental Bible Bapt t Chun will give the Benediction i june m Rehart will Plav the prices be ii and rec Iona a hip or it it a Montgomery will direct the class Iii singing Quot to hop. Guide me it that a in a Meh each and a v it c d lord and Cep you to i we k w la f lied wit la Quot for c i 92 set mrs begin a 1 it i trip to Carlsbad on monday an ice Cream upper will be a id for them a c tint Park on tuesday night Ai d a Barbecue supper is so Eddie for thursday night commencement exercise slated for 8 p in Friday with Fohn s Rase a Tor of the Odessa fir a Baptist Church As main speaker his address will be entitled Quot jiving this bide of the Iron curtain a other major addresses will be by valedictorian sue Maxwell a d Glenda mar Rison High school principal j Lee Smit will present Honor awards and diplomas will be Given out by supt t a Roach Iii ii ranking stir dents of Tho 1957 graduating class discuss plans for tin future while waiting for a commencement practice session to begin. From left to Light Are in Maxwell valedictorian Pat Munn. High ranking boy and Glenda Moi 1 non salutatorian first spraberry Lime discovery completed Shelly Oil company and the Arian c refining company not 8 Texas has been completed a a flowing discovery from w hat a brought to be the fir t producing Spra Berry Lime in the Midland a in arca of the pet a mum Basin the Trike located eight Mil Northeast of Andrews was Fin aled for a 21 hour flowing potential of 21 Barr i of of j through a Chok of unreported e a Oil i it 10 was h a production was through per fora ions from ft.228 to it 24a feet the shot holes were washed with Aik Gallons of mud acid Well site for the discovery is ft80 feet from West and 860 let from North line of Section i Block 3, University land1. In key Mcalester fuel company no a Faski Central Andrew county Wildcat has indicated discovery product Ion on a Drill tem test taken in the Wolf Camp open 2 hours th1 test was in t feet Gas no a Hud tool was Rover cd out i earlly Gas rut a Tion 11 on it 480 to it >30 surfaced in to minutes came to the top while open. Was 8.600 feet of Oil and recover to from below Tho sub a 6&Quot of of heavily Oil and ga.-, Cut mud drilling continued below it >76 fee Woi scamp topped at it 480 feet Drill ii continued below 9 576 feet Woi scamp a. Topped at it 480 feet l location in 660 feet from tile North and 1,980 bet from eat line1 of Section 24 Block 41 t-2-n, a amp mob amp a Survey eight a mile Southeast of Andrews Ralph Pembrook of big Lake and Midland has bottomed 1 no i University prospective multiply discovery in Central Andrews county at 10.250 feet and was conducting tests in the pennsylvanian operator set it Inch casing at it 768 of cry and perforated from it till to it 6k7 feet from see Oil Page five Frazier pitches perfect game in la opener 6 Horn games set. Grid games announced six Home games will Dot the Mustang football schedule next year and anticipation of th1 Saxon is High especially to Caus the new stadium will to ready for use the Mustangs ended Spring training last saturday and head coach Frazier said tile workouts did t go As Well As i would he will be working to i liked it to go several in a doctor of divinity de 1urlp� slowed the practice sea Ward Gree Phillips who left tuesday Carne Here from Tulsa okla which is i Home town he is ions As did the baseball season Ace Back Tommy Jackson did not get to enter training because of an injury at All of an injury suffered married and has one child during the track season Ray a pastor for the Church Here Ham was also out with an in has not been selected although three persons Are being consid cred Church elders report it w ill be about a month before one la chosen. Jury Jimmy pinned was among the real hard Luck cases and got to practice Only about a week Fie was pledged by a series of injuries throughout Tho let nod j the three prospective Quarter j backs wet1 All on the baseball i team and therefore got to practice Only three times a week they Are Ronnie Brice Jimmy Aduddle and Terry Hadaway Iii addition to several Stalwart returning Letterman some new faces showed a lot of Promise in the Spring workouts among these were Walter Ogden and Darrell Overcash in tile line Frazier said that the water system was now bring Laid in the new stadium and the grass would be started soon. Since the that is turf will get a late Start All possible will to done to preserve tit for a while. Therefore Only the Home varsity games will be played on the new Field and All other games Grade school tilt in the old b-uamc.1 and will be player turn. A we Hope the Public will Bear with us until All the games can but played at the new stadium Quot Fraizer Aid but until th1 new turf gets a Good Start too much play might harm it the first game on the new Fuld will be with last View of san Angelo on sept 20 the Homecoming game will b1 against Kermit on get the entire schedule 26 sept 13 big Spring there sept a it 0 Lake View Here sept la Seminole there get 4 Ysleta Here get la Levelland hero Ort. 18 open oct. 26 Kermit. H1 re nov i Pecos there nov a Ector Here league sea,.on got red to tart thursday Frazier pitched i no Hitt no re game for i banker Over the roustabout 4-0 and George Dozier of Bigg i s wiggly shut out cot tier drug 2-0 Fraizer looked As ii lie had it Ltd i. Playing for weeks rather than the first mime of the season a he truck out la Rousta bouts and be1 allowed a Man past second base he allowed three bases on balls and three others got on has of errors in the Field f Rai Zer helped his own cause with a single and scored one of the banker s four runs Sparks and Parsons occupied the Mound Tor the roustabout and Between them gave up in lists they were Able to strike out six ranker.1 and walked Only Mir Quot but they were lambasted a very banker except one got. At least one hit Jordon and Hudgens both got a a Iii of hit. While teammates Thompson framer Huddleston Johnson and Martin Goi one j each Dozier completely St mind the t Corner drug group by allowing i no runs and Only two singles in j the entire six innings his control seemed to be excellent for 1 the Early season because he struck out thro1 and did not walk a single Man. Burke had More Mastery in the strike out department As he fanned seven Piggy wiggly players and walked Only two Burk held them scoreless in ii the final inn be when Newton and Dozier were Able to round 1 he bases Newton got three of the seven Piggy wiggly hits while comp ton and Adams got one each Wright and Averyt got the on i. Bee game Page f iv1 school s students show Talent in Art a lot Clart Talent How cd up j is apparent b among Andrews High school Stu outside hours dents recent in an int. Is boo Din. In Ufa ,0d by 1>upi 141 a Ltd i Quot a orca Tivi a v ,. <5 Art experience is mis be. Looney to. G n can of. Mot Art teacher in Kermit. Am mobilization mrs Barnes it Don to i hic the picture he. Eludes with j. Mom Marti a Sophomore id ant and Profita c a a i. Men won sweepstakes honors Chr dry la t n with a portrait of his four year Wilh j0 for our i k. It Edge to it in i amt to others Alii each Iii winners Are shown with a few of their entries which won top honors. Herbert Martin first Row left. Won sweepstakes with the portrait he is holding others ate. Kneeling Martha Brae keen and Jerry Shepherd Back Row Janelle Bachelor Klar theile Bagley and Veronica Templeton. Old sister in regard to the contest mrs Barnes listed five values which she thinks Are received from Art in High school tit the close and Mutual cooperation in solving problem presented is sound education �?~2t the interchange of ideas and Mutual motivation has haste c Progress broadened the viewpoint and has insured a line spirit Between student and direr Tor. 13t the enthusiasm of every out enrolled to it 1 2 a j. St us str winning r be 1 ibb it ins in the exhibit inc ult cd 81 Tor Suzanne Smith Ronnie Wilkins and Charles Cunt mins one each Maribel Bagley and Lloyd sese in we two juniors Jerry Sam Pherrol and Martha Bra keen three Jan he Bachelor two. Dean Allen one sophomores Herbert Martin ii a Der i Over Cash and Var Onica tem Ireton two Joan Delano oils

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