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Brownfield News (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Brownfield, Texas Brownfield news sunday september 24, 1972, Page 3 o county unit of Sta to hear state head buy buy Lynn Halamicek chairman of the Light bulb Sale sponsored by the noon Lions is Well prepared for anybody wanting bulbs. This drive is an annual affair staged by the noon Lions with proceeds to be used to Purchase glasses for the needy. The Sale started september 21st and will continue through september 27th. As Halamicek says a buy buy news Foto by Lave Cushman Timmons named american Farmer mrs. Patsy Duncan of Canyon president of the Texas state teachers association will speak on a Quality Eai cation for ally at the Terry county unit of the Sta at 6 30 . October 2 in the Meadow High school cafeteria it was announced this week by Herman Moseley of Wellman president of Terry county Sta. Mrs. Duncan has Twenty five years teaching experience the past seventeen As a Counselor speech and English teacher in the Amarillo schools. Other years have been spent As a teacher at c Hildress High Lamesa High Amarillo High and the speech department of Abilene Christian College. Her husband John f. Ixia can is assistant director of upward bound Etsu Canyon. He had been a Junior High Counselor for ten years in Amarillo Junior High schools. They have two daughters Diane 20, a senior Stu Dent at Abilene Christian College and Nancy 16, a Junior student at Canyon High. A life member of Sta mrs. Duncan served As president of the Amarillo classroom teachers association in 1970-71 and chairman of the state state is committee during 1969-71. She has been president of Sta District Xvi 1965-66served As chairman of District Xvi Itofe signal rights and responsibilities committee and on various other committees at the local and District Levels. She has served As president of the Eta Delta chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma International society is an Active member of the Amarillo chapter and Panhandle High Plains chapter of the Texas personnel and guidance associations and holds life membership in Texas Congress of parents and teachers and the National education association. A graduate of Childress High mrs. Duncan received Piggy wiggly this week s Jackpot 100� degrees from Abilene Christian College and West Texas state University. She was recently appointed to serve on the Texas commission on services to children and youth and the Senate committee to study teacher retirement. Get your a coot card punched today Kicky Timmons has been nominated to receive the american Farmer degree the highest degree presented by the National Fra organization. Nominated for the degree by the Texas Fra association nomination was approved by the National Fra Board of directors in a recent meeting held in Washington . One of 471 Fra members nominated to receive the american Farmer degree Simmons will be presented the award thursday october 12, at the National Fra convention in Kansas City pending a final vote of approval by 114 student delegates who represent Fra members in convention business sessions. Timmons is the son of or. And mrs. Billy Timmons and is currently farming in partnership and a1 so attending College. The american Farmer degree was earned on the basis of supervised farming and leadership activities. Robert Becker and Stanley Dixon Are Timmons High school vocational agriculture instructor and Fra advisor. The american Farmer degree is a highly coveted award because it is presented to Only one tenth of one per cent of the total 432,000 Fra members. It is presented Only by the National Fra organization of the Fra to members who have demonstrated exceptional agricultural and leadership ability. Each american Farmer degree recipient will be presented a Gold key and certificate by the National Fra organization. Recipients who attend the convention will also be presented a Check from the National Fra foundation to help pay travel expenses. To qualify for this degree members must have advanced through a system of degrees unique to the Fra organization. They begin As Green hands and after one year of membership May be advanced by the local chapter to the degree of chapter Farmer. The third degree that of state Parmer is presented by the state Fra association and is awarded to two per cent of the states membership in any one year. Only students who have earned the state Farmer degree Are eligible for the american Parmer degree. The National p p a convention is an annual event of the future Farmers of America and is carried out in cooperation with the u. S. Office of education of the department of health education and welfare. In addition to the american p Armer degree Many other Fra awards Are presented during the convention. Contests Are held in Dairy livestock poultry meats Dairy products judging agricultural mechanics As Well As Public speaking. Several guest speakers of National prominence address the convention audience and entertainment is interspersed with the business. The convention is the largest annual youth convention in the nation. Ricky Timmons holy Bible King James version i analytical study edition hi., the worlds Complete Bible anal fully subject or it indexed. Tai Aid to ministers Titian workers sunday >1 teachers Bible its. Illy makes exploring Bible an exciting adore. By bound in genuine r Buffalo leather. A Choice of Colora Brown Green Black Blue or Bur Gundy. A Gold Gilt Edge pages silk Marker. A Large easy to read Type. A top Quality supreme White Bible paper. A Page size 6v2�?� x 9�?�. Convenient to carry to Church visitation classroom. A lifetime guarantee. Success 316 West main office Supply. Inc. Ph0ne j tuna 11 637-3587 shop Success end save mrs. Patsy Duncan first Frost of the season was recorded thursday night at Friona and Dimmitt in the Texas Panhandle with temperature recordings of 37 and 35, respectively according to the National weather Bureau which was submitted by Lewis Simmonds local weather observer. The same night Brownfield recorded a Low of 42 degrees. Light showers covered the area w wednesday with a Reading of .13 of an Inch of moisture received in the City. Highest rainfall recorded that Day was .33 of an Inch at Floydada. Amounts of rain recorded were Small and skies cleared Over most sections wednesday afternoon. Temperatures were a few degrees colder but remained in the 80�?Ts Over most of the area. The cold front which moved through the South Plains wednesday and thursday caused a moderate drop in temperatures and Only those stations in the Southern sections remained above the 60-<legrec Mark. The cooler weather is somewhat overdue As the area normally gets the first significant front of the season during the first ten Days of the month. This delay has Given the Cotton growers Over the area a break in that the warm weather during the past three weeks has allowed Cotton to mature at a faster rate and this should show up in the final production figures. The current cold spell is not expected to hold on for any length of time. Any additional void weather will cause a further delay in the maturity of Cotton but this is to be expected As the fall season progresses. The forecast and Outlook through monday called for some cloudiness and rather Cool weather through saturday. Partly Cloudy skies and slightly warmer temperatures Are due today sunday and monday. Maximum temperatures Are expected to level off in the 70�?Ts or possibly near 80 degrees. Rainfall should be limited to a few afternoon and evening showers. Joe Lovitto says first major league Home run against Baltimore at Aplington stadium june to a is the biggest thrill of my baseball Orange juice Swansong a Fried Chicken Turkey Swiss Steak or dinners a 11 of. Pkg. Peps Flent these prices Are effective monday tuesday and wednesday in Brownfield. Peps Dent toothpaste Sundown on Sale this week Coffee cup 63/< of. Tube every s3 Purchase Piggy wiggly unpeeled 16 of. Cans Apricot halves Piggy wiggly Bartlett 16 of. Cans Pear halves Carol Ann 46 of. Cans pineapple juice Sturgeon Bay 16 of. Cans cherries

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