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Brownfield News Newspaper Archives May 19 1957, Page 1

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Brownfield News (Newspaper) - May 19, 1957, Brownfield, Texas Micro of i Ila a Aryl c of Sal or _ a a weather tensions fait to put Damper on Cotton review Here despite a heavy rain which postponed the Cotton Parade until saturday morning some 300 persons attended the first performance of Terry county s third annual maid of Cotton review Clearing sunny skies allowed he Parade to run at to a in saturday with about 25 slightly rain spattered floats the pro cession was aligned to move Friday when showers Stria k though Tornado Der is were up Only one was sighted in the county it is As 5 Miles North West of Here. H. L. Hub King took the reins As emcee of the review Friday night Afie to i Abb irk downpour forced Jimmy Isaac to miss the performance a total of 26 finalists were selected from seven divisions which appeared on stage Friday in the High school audit orial. Finalists included 3-6 i yen Tatum Donna Bingham Van and Jan Garner Harriet but be son and Debbie Browning 6-10 Catherine King Sal sue Addison Suzanne Callo Way Karen Smith and Jan Stice. La 13 Linda i an Ford Rodelle Martin Linda Henson and Nancy Sharp. 14-15 Vicki Norris and gala Smith. 16-18 sue Shewmake Ann Mcburnett. Mary to Christian Claudia Tuttle and Nadine Faulkenberry. 19-25 Nita Stevens and Wanda Cornelius. Matron mrs. Shafter Bailey. Mrs. George Weiss mrs a. J Bell and mrs. Ada Perry maid of Cotton contestants included Pat Joplin Stella sue Moore Norma Patton Nancy King and Delma Rinehart. Smyrl Snow get scholarships 87 in awards presented to students annual Honor Assembly at bus last rites set for Douglas Green Brownfield dents revel medals and certify Ite in the annual Honor a St my \ held i used by in the audit e it in lop award winners included William Smyrl who received a $306 m bar Vire from Nelson s pharmacy and Roy Snow a s3 so s hoi a ship to in Delphian study l tub other awards or sent re at the Assembly Are listed below Mike Smith state t Ann Irason re Public speaking l Inda by Ewing n and Anta to out standing a of ear jux girls Phyllis Sevon. Hong in King Honor a a Ai d j a Ltd Bern l Oles homemaker to Beth nor fell general Mills homemaker Ltd Terne Row award. A of Janith Spears outstanding i. Student Jimmy Wood outstanding Scholastic work Donna Nelson future teachers Assn award Jesse George Spanish Judy Linum Art Mary Jane Brown Field grammar Iii Forrest Kuykendall grammar la and Norma Meeks jangle Auld nip. Mary Brownfield Patsy ii use. Sue Shew maker. Sherry Spears i i it Ilia Prim Carolyn. Burnett and Mary Venable typing i Gail Walls typing la Theresa Stephens ail Walls and j Ca me Roswell shorthand Johnny o Neal most Progress in typing and i Donna Christopher journalism. Tommy by it speech Froes ii Mao. Driver Quot a the year a Kissinger. Out do d ing band member Norris Lewis Sousa award Dixon Latham and Donna Christoph a. Chorus Donna Christo Pher and Mucky eaves a Mer Jean i leg Ion essay awards my Ping Pong winners Genie Christian Pep squad award j Ane Bragg Jana Jay Barret Mary Ann k rap Carolyn Burnett and Dorothy a. and Terry county Herald. Terry county $ oldest business institution vol 20 to cents Sousa award Winner a a Norm i wit i mkt was named the sous a award Winner in tuesday % bus awards Assembly band director Fred Smith left presented the plaque signifying the Honor i5t#fi photo warns police chief following emergency vehicles is unlawful funeral services will he held at 2 30 . Today at the first methodist Church for hondas Green 26, with the Rev. James e. Tidwell pastor officiating. He will to assisted by the Rev Alton Polk of Meadow Green a resident of Brown pattern gels int amur. I ask Field since 1938, was killed it bal Beverly i thursday in the crash of a crop aes Floc Cly re ill k \ dusting plane near Eagle i Ake Hamilton Shirley id id or where he had been working for Mal Iret Tom y m Ion about a month. He was a for Linda of a and i it la Coll Chi f of this week Issue Jug to reckless sons who h it tire of it ii i o a i in bus i in it to Lee Dep trim t is going to step up its program of Fai. Enfort Anent if i individual drive does not be Gin to tile y the Laws a we Are going to Start filing Drivers and put made it a pro g emergency be a Mer Post office employee. Survivors include his wife three sons Cody. Dale and Chuck his parents or and c. D. Green of 1210 Tahoka Road two Sisters. Mrs. Tom my Ashburn of Meadow and miss Judy Green and Las grandmother mrs. Cora Bart Lett of 708 East Lake. Burial Wall be in Terry Conn to memorial cemetery under the direction of Brownfield funeral Home basketball runners up Rose Mulino Theta Moore i id a Brist Anne Lee and i Cree sue Estes Ping Pong a j i it it a it Iso editor Awat Ai i a a a Nowell Mary Brownfield v it not Llna w Man Jennie Criswell c of cot Fred Glenda is i , Ltd Arice comr it. Putti Wilder and nit que Aaldrup annual staff be tuber awards and Bobby i Moore to Bess Boston. Smyrl. Janith Spears lice Lames Tippit charges against Drivers who used a filial is Ani follow ambulances fir trucks and other emergency vehicles if if is practice is not stopped said the l Haf a a la ambulance narrowly missed having a bad Accident last week he inst about 25 cars followed it to the shooting scene Northwest of town a a i he chief pointed out that following in emergency vehicle is a violation of state and City Laws it on Vuk tem can carry a pretty stiff penalty i added crowding traffic signals is another problem that will come in far its Hare of scrutiny by the police department the chief noted a there Are too Many people running yellow and red lights Quot stated thief i Ipp St a i lie yellow Light is to Clear Tim intersection Only anyone entering an intersection on yellow is inviting an Accident anti a ticket Quot special attention will be Given also to Drivers who enter the intersection before the Green Light he added a less Drivers parti i Illy near schools also a on the a a for curbing by the than in int a recently a Small of to most w As hit by a ear which was speeding by Lionial 11<�?� a sri school a said Tippit a Drivers must remember that about in i youngsters Are Prat timing baseball at the schools can though the schools Are closed. School zone speeds Mut be observed and caution used at All Bragg. I a a Nati is a Kirby and Theresa ens. St or t and Fate it unt certificate Janet Bragg and Smyrl. Outstanding senior girl and boy Bobby j. Moon outs lading bos Leader Ara b is Boston outstanding Girie Ider. Brother hos i i i i/1 i or Rind mrs. Noble Rutledge and son Don visited last week with his brother Ril of i in Mington \ m a who i hospitalized at Albuquerque \ vi., following a severe heart attack. City Pat officers a in mrs v. I. Patterson left installed new a deers for the Pat City Council in a Brief ceremony at the High school thursday night new Counci officers Are from second left miss Terry Moorhead treasurer me s. Roy Timmons preside n a Quot. Be Quot r is Quot Quot mends vice president and mrs. Truett Finch Secretary p resident or Tim is at right. Faulkenberry out going staff photo two forgery suspects Are held in big Spring big Spring sheriff s department is holding two men up suspicion of passing at least two forged checks in Brownfield written last week against j. B. Knight 410 i ast Cardwell according to sheriff James i Ulford. Fulford said the checks averaged about $47 each he said a third Check was refused by Lindsey hardware to a m. Monday ministers set tour of Quot la a of Biow n Fie Al Mim in Ria i association will make another attempt my is to tout sever 1 ferry t hint v fat fun s l a e vent will be a phase Hor of Sod blew an ship w a a k May in j Utu 3 i he minister s were forced to i a Neel the tout scheduled originally last Motel in be cause of bad weather to be guests of leery soil conservation District super \ Tot s on tit i and fat to lunch they will see scum of the up to dote far Ming i o tires thnh Are tarried out Heil Assembly Point it i irs 1 Baptist thin the Lime to i a in Saki or Toms Weathers president of the Assoc Tut Ion a Why believe this will be a j wonderful Opportunity for i our group Anil we urge All j j ministers to be with in Mon j i Day Quot j Little league slates opener on tuesday stadium dedication by Charlie Mapu news staff writer a double header and Dedieu lion of Little league Park will open the 1957 baseball season ,-11 to p in i Uesu v at conling to mayor Ari in boat Imor a a league president county i Ridge i lecher t bes Chi pc i Balu ate th4 ret Antly Roto a a it Quot a Eta Iron tin tin of lilt the first fill j a Rev i in Rev i Tjw Ell i a my of i it methodist Chut to will u in at Ion some i kit Uta for rued f a i Eug it players and to it to a a tit s a re expected t it 1 it it a hand for the be Momo a th1 opening games the it. To it of will take the braves a the first tilt at 6 of p in and the p cd svs 11 Plav til a Indian in the finale an 1 our i afer i to a cames will in played toe Days i Bur Din my j r s a o throughout this it to a president stated a a a a a ague game will i or inc of 5 15 p in league Carne pm mediately afterwards id for ignore minor league Man id l r Ink Flat v at f ii 7 in lot f Aglee it a Jenson. Buffs i Noflie in it. Senators John giver Poi is and Jimmy Billings Grier managers of the major b gun Are Bill a go a in Brav is Burton Hackney indians Britt pounds Yankees oot Arnold giants Aubrey be Ter us a rid a r i a a red sox officials of the Little i Ca Cue Are Arle , a or league president ii in i of minor league president Max Trie Mcmillan player agent r h Gas Stevens Trear re "0 mrs Lewis Simmonds be t a r y. Imber 2 1 or Mai v senior Una lists a t q to i n the 0 0hj of f Quot a i f few i a a a sat of Day in vhf Shafter Bailey of i Ami Ada ploy b a a a 4, i a i my Quot its Jota f i i�.-1i. V a n i die a f auth it Mary j a c h f�i1 a a s u c army us and nit Young c c Tif a de i Mere o re nor in j v. By i or in h i a the fic Tures a these a. A Phi w of no Kern just n r a i c a n c e 11 e d t51 a id a the i re Cotton re View if 41 0 o. T a j q #. V a t c do to a of and / nog ill of Ca Quot Guji trac j re fir y or i t we a. C Tommis Boner of 3 Ana the Western f it a it at of a during Tho do it a a a and late it be Wang the Parade was i saturday morning. Staff photo

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