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Brownfield News (Newspaper) - April 21, 1968, Brownfield, Texas Services slated for mrs. Jones funeral services for mrs. Barbara e. Jones 92, will be told at to . M it nday in the f first Baptist Church with the Rev . Frank pastor of the Northside Baptist Church officiating. Burial will be in Terry county memorial cemetery under direction of Brownfield funeral Home. Mrs. Jones died at 9 57 . Friday in Brownfield convalescent Home. Born in Grant county ark., she moved to Hawley in 1911 and had been a resident of Brownfield since 1924. Her husband John s., was a Farmer prior to his death in 1955. Survivors include two daughters mrs. Maudia Gryder of Comanche and Huddleston of Brownfield one son Luther of Brownfield 12grand-Hildren 13 great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren. Show your Page 3 Brownfield news Herald sunday april 2 i1968 46 Wellman students listed on Honor Roll Chi to goo by Robbie Gar r it t situation the Sun is shining brightly. You can feel its warmth. Suggestion for using the situate in a feel the warm Sun a a you say to your child. A that is one of gods special gifts to us. The Sun is the great food maker. If it were not for the Sun nothing would grow. All plants Ila be to have sunlight in order 0 by healthy. Animals eat the in Safe driving awards general Telephone company of the Southwest awarded Safe driving certificates to to employees Friday morning. These men have covered Between oo-50,000 Miles without an Accident and in re Ilion it of this outstanding performance the company presets to these employees. Shown Are . Lightsey Plant super visor . Strutt d. Dampsey of Seagraves h. Lilbourn Denver City Farrell g. Mcneely Perry. . Norwood he Adams . Warner cow. I and j j. It Orth division manager. Lightly and Parrish mad. The presentations. A total of 46 students in Wellman elementary and Junior High school made the Honor list during the fifth six weeks period according to a. W. Reaves principal. Of this number 20 made the All a Honor Roll and 26 made the a a Honor Roll. Students in Grade 1-a making the a Honor Roll were Alan Berryhill Jalene Brown and Shelly Wilson. In Grade 1-b Bertha Arrezola made the All a Honor list. Second graders making the a Honor Roll were Beverly Dill Lim Hancock Kyle Osborne Tamara Mckenzie and Julio Nunez. Those in the third Grade making straight a a were Natalie Berryhill Gina Currie James Hawkins David Puryear and Paula Jan Bowden. Cindy Hawkins a fourth Gra Der made the All a Honor list. Fifth graders making the straight a Honor Roll were Rhnea Brown and Paul Woodard. Three seventh graders made the All a Honor Roll Jerri Sims Carol Tubb and Jana Brown. A a Honor Rol i students in Grade 1-a who made the a a Honor Roll were George Caballero Jesse Loera David Odom Joe Nunez Timmie Redman Terri Cline Karen w Ilson and Martha Bowden. Those in Grade 1-b making the a a list were Felipe Barrientes Hector Nunez Benito Gallegos and Patsy Flores. Second graders or. This list were Rhonda Baker Tony Dill and Marie Smith. Those in the third Grade making the a a Honor Roll were Danita Adair Rae Ann Cline Gay i la Reaves and James Redden. One fourth grader Jeanne Bass made the list. Fifth graders on the a a Honor Roll included a Lith Brown Mike Sims Dorinda Jones and Judy Fleming. One sixth grader Bruce Brown made the a a Honor Roll and one eighth grader Randy Cooper was on this list. Cover crops needed on All diverted acres Terry county Farmers Are urged to establish cover crops on their designated diverted acres to prevent erosion and control noxious weeds. The ass has urged All Farmers to a be a Good neighbor help protect Green plants and give us in in eggs and meat. God was very Wise when he planned for sunlight. Thank you Yod for the ills land w Hile properly caring for your Federal Cost sharing is now being offered by the ass office to assist Farmers in establishing these summer cover crops. Funds Are limited however and will be issued on a first come first served basis. It is suggested therefore that Farmers make application As soon As possible if planning to Plant one of these crops which include guar ses Bania Millet forage sorghum Sudan and sorghum Sudan grass crosses. In 1961, when the Bori in crisis developed Reserve forces were activated to augment the regular army. About 75,000 men and w Omen of tile army re serve were called Tractive duty for Tours of up to one year. Cool and colourful fun shoes yellow Orange Lime no ironing needed. Ever permanent press a White Black ladies Canvas oxfords popular 4 Eye tie Sixes 5 to to polyester and cot blend super Broad cloth i monent stay Collar White Blue Maize or Linen color sizes 14 Rich new deep tone colors Jacquard Towel ensembles i2.9 Cushion insole Cushion Arch 24&Quot x 46&Quot Bath site 15&Quot x 27&Quot hand site 12 w. 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Silber of the College of arts and sciences said 1968 High school graduates Are especially invited to take part. Students completing the june 4-aug. 27 course will satisfy through one integral program most or All of the foreign language requirement for the Bachelor of arts degree. New foreign language requirements for tile . Degree to be effective in september 1969, provide that students continuing a stud it of the language for which they present two High school admission units must pass four semesters beyond die beginning course in that language. Students electing a language different from the one used for admission in is pass four semesters in the new language including the beginning courses. Students who had no foreign language in High school must take the beginning courses in a language without degree credit to remove their language deficiency then pass four semesters beyond that course in the same language. A in order to meet Mieir ii eign language requirements As rapidly As possible All students Are urged to take advantage of the intensive foreign language stuck program offered during the summer session a said Dean Silber. Because of the Quot great advantage of total concentration students in the intensive program Quot ill not be permitted to enrol in other courses according to or. Arter Vav Neel Ock of the Romance languages department who is coordinator of the special summer offering. In general the program is open to anyone Wiio wishes to begin the study of French Ger a Man Spanish italian Portu j i Guese 1-Atin, greek hebrew j or hindi. Or. Wheelock emphasized that participants in is be a High in m motivated Quot and that the Cour ses require a exclusive Dedica Tiona to learning a language. The program Calls for three or More class hours a Day i five Days a week plus supervised Laboratory practice individual conferences and attendance at special lectures and film it a i summer session registration i begins june 4 and classes begin i june 6. Those desiring intensive i study m foreign languages must i apply for admission to the Ini i verify at least 30 Day 1� i Vance to office of admissions i main building Quot even. I he i in varsity of Texas Austin. 78712. A a brochure describing the i program in detail is available from or. Carter w Hemlock department of Romance languages Batts Hall 112, i he in i verify of Texas Austin 78712. Hair and Scalp require care Good Scalp and hair Hygiene dictates that hair should be shampooed As often As needed. Although once a week is recommended our polluted air might make More frequent shampooing necessary for hair health. That a the Good grooming advice from the .a/stoday�?Thealth which Points out that daily brushing supplements the pvt. 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