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Brownfield News (Newspaper) - February 4, 1962, Brownfield, Texas Page two Brownfield news Hereld sunday february 4, 1962 goodpasture Grain amp milling co. In Brownfield Texas of the seven winners a three in irrigated and four in dryland a three of them used fertilizer and four had no fertilizer. Of the three using fertilizer two used sol a pos liquid fertilizer. Do As these Young Farmers do a get the sol a pos habit photography attracts High schooners Winner a Mike Stone 17, of Stuart fla., won a $400 first prize with this Lively picture in the 1961 Kodak High school photo awards contest. He placed the dogs food behind him and was ready to shoot As they went on the double toward it. The action was stopped with an electronic Flash. By Irving Desfor a new features 111 11 school youngsters Are in a class Fly themselves when ii comes to photography. Two major photo contests which offer substantial Cash prizes and National Recagni lion Are currently open just for students in our Junior and senior High schools Public private and parochial. With its 1962 contest the Scholastic n1 co photographs awards enters its55th consecutive year of providing Competition for the South of the country the final deadline for All entries is March 15 but deadlines come earlier. Junior students in the 7th, k h and 9th grades compete among themes Eves in the Biack and White photo class. Seniors in the 10th. Lith and 12th Grade similarly have a Black and White Competition on their own group level. The St hots also Are eligible to compete for a special scholarship award is submitting portfolios of Between and 12 photographs of diversified subject matter. All grades compete together in the color division a trans Par enc in not prints a in five separate classifications portraits animals. Scenes still Lites and school or Community life. This year a new division has been added Flash photographs it is open to All grades and has no individual a Here again a portfolio of s to 12 photos will be judg d for All around proficiency. Ilie 19 �2 Kodak High school photo awards contest is open to students from the 9th Brough the 12th grades and has a deadline of March 31. Lilac a id White pictures and color pints As Well As color slides ire eligible for submission if they have been taken sine0 april i. 19.il. There Are four classifications in the Black and White division i school activities. 2, people. 3. Pictorials and 4. Animals. There Are no classifications in the color division but three grand awards Are made All top awards in each of he classifications and in color receive $490 first prize Money. A total of $12,000 is disbursed to All the winners. Having been a judge in both contests in previous years i am impressed with the Caliper of work shown by High school camera fans. I he first . Torpedo boat called the stiletto was built Cotton quiz Dollar Days monday and tuesday Dollar Days special pan and roller set Only . Latex warpaint Reg. Abo Gal. Reg. it. Glass Lustre a windows sparkle a Mirren Striae a Alta polish Chrome beg. 1.41 it. Special Chaet t m/2 Price buy now at Viz of Bobtail Book Price s our everyday prices on wallpaper carried in Stock Ore lest than established is retail look prices but. A during this special Sale Yow = con save much More. I say now erf i of retail Book prom All m n Fen Aeq j s Msj Waie paper Cornea = in Stock included. Not wet a adds and ends or Mort is lots but Fine studio and s decorator Pottere in a along Weiji i offer specials not listed watch Hemiy Konda Amu a the family on lbs it Channel 1.1 tuesday february 6 v j 7 30 to 0 30 . Presented by tin South Plain dental society and tin american dental a of elation of Imp National Hildren s dental health week uniforms gym shoes Ano goal Neys Are made of Cotton Fox s f paint am j a pkg f a Politimi 4mjoo a lout. A la to 1 m w. Mam phone 1444 my Mem. See it now at j. B. Knight furniture he does Cotton play basketball ? 0 top notch bowlers a group shown Here toppled enough pins inst week to win coveted places in the annual women s City tournament sponsored by Brownfield merchants at Sands Bowling lanes from left in upper panel Othell Whitson Novis Ratliff Fredda Cris Well Marlene Hamm and Brucene George member of the championship team sponsored by Plaza Motel. Total pins 2,712. In second place was the Kobe inc. Team with 2,536 pins and in third the South Gin team with 2,447. In left panel Are Norma Johnson left and Dorothy Liles doubles champions. With Handicap the duo totalled 1,046 pins. Winners of the singles was Mabel Puryear in right panel. She came out of the Competition with 609 pins in scratch with 657 in Handicap. Men s City tournament plans Are being made now. Powerful Light i Gli i leaner Deni g lied fur everyday Noel he lost his place Manchester Conn put John Fitzgerald was walking Dong the Street Reading h i s newspaper when his spectacles suddenly disappeared. They had been whipped from his head try the radio Antenna of an automobile being Parker. At the curb whole hog none Tulsa. Of i a a Filiti Isabel was bringing Home the Bacon but the Bacon did t cooperate i a be 11 won a pig it a fair put of Iii the trunk of his car and drove Home somewhere in route the pig squirmed out and ran away latin was not the original poet ii of Italy but of Central Latium it is believed to have Dev loped in the 5th Century b c Stealthy announces to succeed self As supreme court Justice judge Zulmie Steakley of the Texas supreme court today announced his candidacy for at a opiate Justice of the supreme court place 4, in the democratic primary. Steakley will run to succeed himself and will i seeking his first full elective term As a member of the supreme court. He wet named by gov. Price Daniel in january 1961, to succeed chief Justice Robert w. Culvert when Calvert assumed the office of retiring chief Justice j. E. Hickman. Steak Leys work on the court has drawn Praise from his fellow judges and lawyers As wed As the press. His opinions Sis the newest me Miler of the supreme court have received unanimous con Orrence by his associates with the exception of a single Dis sent. Steakley is a member of the executive committee of the judicial Section of the state rat of Texas recently lie was selected to attend the appellate judges seminar for member of state supreme courts and the in United states courts it it map i Eais to be held in new York City during july. In announcing his candidacy judge Steakley said i still say As i said when i became a Memler of the supreme court that this is the highest responsibility that can come to a Tex As lawyer. It is my purpose and desire to continue this service to the utmost of my ability and Steakley engaged in the private practice of Law in Sweetwater and Austin following his graduation from the Lois school at the University of Texas in i in. Judge Zollie Steakley he nerved As an assistant attorney general of Texas for More than three years in the Early 10�?Ts and As Secretary of state from 19.r>7 to 1961. He is a Veteran of world wit ii. Having served in the United states Navy. Steakley is an Active Baptist Layman and is the current chairman of the Christian education commission of the Baptist Jenera convention of Texas. He is a past president of the Austin club and a District governor of Lions International. He is presently serving As general chairman of Austin brotherhoo gtd week sponsored by the National conference of christians and jews inc. Steakley also is a gradual of hard summons University of congratulations ii gives us great pleasure to extend to winners in the various 4-h club contests a sincere congratulation on a Job Well done. This year s winners in the Grain sorghum contest a sponsored by goodpasture Grain a were irrigated division a first place Mike Paddack 5,362 lbs. Per acre second place Lynn Dill 5,278 lbs. Per acre third place Ronnie Foy 4,872 lbs. Per acre. Dry land division a first place Johnny Lasiter 3,184 lbs. Per acre second place Gary Tatum 2,736 lbs. Per acre third place Don ver Ner 2,524 lbs. Per acre fourth place Ricky Dill 2,196 lbs. Per acre. In Hie Groin production contests. Seated left to right Are Mike paddock Lynn did and Ronnie Poy. Standing left to right Ore Johnny Lasiter and gory Tatum

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