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Brownfield News (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Brownfield, Texas They re the Best a the Brownfield Little league a a stars pictured above forced Hereford into an extra inning Friday at Lubbock. Score Hereford 8 Brownfield 6. The loss put the All stars out of running for District championship however they won area in the Lithe league set up. From left front Olan Boring Connie Vernon Don Criswell and Teddy Howell. Terry Cotton yield is put at 105,000 baes Terry county Cotton production in the upcoming season from left second Row Bob Casstevens j w. Harrell Mickey f been estimated it 105 000 Willis and Sam Richardson from left third Row Archie Den baes fungi Dale Ruth Jimmy Fey and Ronald Farquhar. From left the Fig be was Ric t de Tbs fourth Row John Jennings Britt pounds and Buzz Steele. It re. _ like i inc. And the Lubbock Cotton Arne Lowimore and Bill Mcgowan Are in Back. Not shown Exchange the two groups or in Are David Chisholm and Duane meal. I news Foto inc the estimate Good spread Here in it Bro inf d the re is i and spread with the mean Point at a High in it i. Some 50.7 per cent a if the local families have spendable incomes after pay ment of taxes of $4,000 or More. I his comp ires favourably with the situation in other parts of see no. 0 Page 3 Brownfield Little league All stars Pennant is you re Lite Best ally have sponsored an annual Rodeo Here despite the great Odds of losing they indicate1 that a Rodeo plus another drawing attraction such As the proposed fair might be More profitable. Two meetings to discuss the proposal were held this week. Last was thursday in Melody restaurant attended by Leo Holmes executive vice president of Brownfield state Bank and president of the sheriff s no e when it lots of Luck a Paul Arnold left the German Exchange student who will spend to weeks Here under the sponsorship of Brownfield rotary club wishes Virginia Lee Cooper Luck in her race to claim the babe Ruth league Queens title. Morgan Copeland president of rotary looked on As Arnold and the candidate talked following the organization s noon meeting Friday. News Foto Paul Arnold to live Here to Wecks hotly eyed by tigers a a the tigers All but cinched the babe Ruth championship As they slaughtered the red toxin the opening game thursday night. Chuck Anderson was tile win nine Pitcher As he allowed three hits by the red sox. Eslie Bryant tossed a one lot game at the Yankees in the night Cap to the pirates walked Over the cellar do euros is a 12 i score i he pirates Weldon Bell pros aloud the Horne run punch for the team. In i riday night action Junior Knox rapped a grand slam see no. 3 Page 3 kiwanis project is nearing reality As equipment ordered German student who Learned about american Way of life from u. S. Soldiers in 1945 Here to see it first hand now Brownfield kiwanis clubs a 27-year-old German student who arrived Here this week will be treated to a full round of first hand american life a West Texas style As he spends the next to weeks As a guest of Brownfield rotary club. The Rev. Ralph of Dell Cin Uran of the organizations inter National service committee said Paul Arnold of Beuel Germany will spend his time studying the a a american Quot we have been admonished encouraged and advised that or. Arnold is a student hereto learn a said the Rev. Or. Of Dell a hell live As we live our daily lives and his hosts in the various Homes will go about their daily routine As much As possible. We done to want him to think life in America is a a while Here Arnold will live one week in each of the following Homes John Kendrick of 1306 East Broadway Sam Privitt of 706 i ast Buckley Al Muldrow of 312 South c Lub Burton Hackney of s03 e a s t Broadway Leonard Ellington of 415 East Cardwell Phil Gaasch of 1212 East sons and Charles Kersh of 403 North cd Arnold who is sponsored in America by the International research fund inc., of new York is working toward a doctorate in economic geography. His thesis covers the Lime Stone Industry entered along the Southern Border of the Ruhr Section of Germany. Since his fathers profession As a Painter limited the chances that both he and his brother could receive Aid to Complete their education Arnold said he see no. I Page 5 t5roiunflini>nt?ius and Terry county Herald. Terry county it oldest business institution Lume 20 ten cents Brownfield Terry Oun Tyll it a unday August 4 1957 number 45 Brownfield coaches negro shoots wife sup Alsed a Mah Houe attending five Day Here with Shotgun Brownfield family o re from Italy Home from Italy a the four persons in extreme front of the crowd pictured above Are members of the j. E Chijun in family. From left mrs. Chisholm Jon Marjorie and Jhonny the quartet was greeted Friday when the Continental p in project to establish a kiddie bringing them from Dallas arrived at Lubbock Tho Chisholm Park Southwest of the Terry j county swimming Pool neared reality saturday As the organic at Ion ordered playground equip Merit. A a we have reached about three fourths of our goal of $1 700 so we feel Fiat it is time to Purchase the equipment a said Harley store president. A it should arrive Here by Early september and we Hope to have it set up by within a couple volume 20 of weeks after it gets a final canvass of the Down see no. 4 Page 5 i y sit in of Hist yer. Joe has been super Ati Orph in Home situated about 2 Miles South t it it Cia v it h Church of Christ project of is j the crowd Are Church members. News Foto last one Here in the Early 1930 s Wheatley school to be opened monday Terry county fair proposed the possibility of organizing a Terry fair will be mid led Over when 38 persons from throughout the county meet at 2 in South Plains health unit at 101 South i. The thinking that a a traditional county fair once again could be held annually a last one Here was in the Early 1930s a originated last week with members of the now defunct Terry county sheriffs posse. The posse men tradition recently was disbanded. Others at the session were j. I Dusty Kemper president of Hamber of Commerce Curtis Sterling chamber vice president and Joe saute White c c manager. Hamber gives approval Holmes sought and got the chamber a endorsement but not its financial endorsement. It was in the thursday session that the list drawn of persons representing All com in urn ties in the county and Van see no. 2 Page 3 Day with classes beginning at s 45 am and dismissing at 3 45 p m., daily. Lasses will he dismissed see no. 5 Page 5 Are area champions the bus coaching staff left a 23 v e a i old by afield i4 is in this weekend to attend the fix negro won. In is grit Leal Day coaching it Linic which opens condition in Lubbock f. By Hod St i v. Hen out in Dallas today Hospital a t result of an Argil j i Light 7 land the group will tie among meat and is looting in flout of than Day at i some 2,200 Texas High school her Home it i the too Block of in i c Airport see no 6 Page 3 see n to. 7 Page 5 Ort ill i ii on a the be uht Hall stars drop heartbreaker of Plum Home situated about 12 Miles South of Rome. I in Ane is a i l Ese ent Hill project out received support from numerous other hut Ches of Brist. Among t h Brownfield delegation at the Airport a urge Vav Chisholm of 1021 i us Bock Road Joe a 83-year i father. His son had re Brownfields Little league at Lubbock i tourney team Bdl Short agonize despite a Strong att id \ singly in its bid for the District the Brownf id to cd to a championship As a hard hitting Hornet s proved t to h r it Quot n Hereford team combined a Gin to overcome a id Howell Bot double and Home run for an collected three hit in in re 8-i Victory in the seventh inning times at Bat and s to i i h of wit son an Buzz Steele chipped in \ with two for three two for up four records respectively. In in the opening g a in e of thursday Richardson set j Low n the i u h b o c k City championships 6-3, with a four hitters u i i in lies Colic Ted Bob it t Tex Ameadow girl enters Dallas scottish rite Hospital for care inn in his of the Church he a been or there Shim 1943 a in doodled on a c Deodhar with italian As he spoke of the Italy. I him for the Quot Dura vere his wife Hazel. In to finny 16, and or mat Jorie l f. The a i Aid Joe. Learned to who 1 Guage quite fluff course they went to it i. The International rpm Quot r let \ tamil w a a mfr a v 5 a 11 of i i to i i a it 11 Ali i i 1111 Hep Fie Anita o r e n of Ymir old daughter of or and or Man i Lei Moreno of i Idow. W in admitted july 23 to the scottish let a Rit it to pit ii Tor Ripp a j r children in a 11, is Texas scottish rite a or s 11 founded tie Hospital 33 Vears ago in an Effort to provide a inf Chance at a Normal life for tie i 5 handicapped child i or Hospital which has a it Cepter More than 0 child Ren for treatment since 1925 is supported by Public it contributions and bequests. An exper Aff plus in our physical facilities and Dedica r Ion to the cellar a of the of i make the Hospital an outstand treatment Center whirl serves the entire St lie ofe Sion has housed the 750 or Coiler tors items Are Prim i a i a per t it re i a see no. S Page 5 Les manage Cut purport up Quot s fifty per cent of Leer families in $4,000 a a Onual income brackets it s Day in Brownfield merchants Are

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