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Page 4, The Munday Courier, Thursday, June I0, 1982 m By MRS. GRACE SMITH ll II I I I I Illl HOSPITAL NOTES Pete Beecher, who underwent surgery at the Bethania Hospital in Wichita Falls, was ~ble to return home last Tuesday. Mrs. Etta Mae Frazier received i medical treatment in the Bethania Hospital for several days. She spent several days at the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Don Frazier and family, in Bowie before returning home on Sun- day. AARP MEETS The Goree AARP chapter met last Thursday evening for a regular meeting. A covered dish luncheon was served. Lloyd King offered thanks for the delicious meal. A business meeting followed, presided over by Mrs. Tennie Tynes in the absence of the president, Mrs. Elizabeth Watson, and the vice president, Mrs. Edith Moore. Minutes of the previous meeting were read by the secretary, Mrs. Doris Lane. Motion was made and seconded that the minutes be approved as read. The financial report was given by the treasurer, Lloyd King. As there was no new or unfinished business, the meeting adjourned. Games of "42" finished out the evening's entertainment. There were 17 members and one visitor present. ATTEND REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Gass, accom- panied by his niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Fibber McGee of Sapulpa, Okla., attended the Gass reunion at O'Donnell during the last weekend. This was the first Gass reunion held, and there were around one hundred relatives attending from Florida, Maryland, Oklahoma, Corpus Christi, Goree, and numerous places on the plains. DECKER REUNION HELD The annual Decker reunion was held during the last weekend at Lake Kemp. Those attending were Jerry Decker, Carrollton; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gene Decker and family, Ft. Worth; Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Decker, Abilene; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Decker, Odessa; Mr. and Mrs. Pete Brockett, Weinert; Mr. and Mrs. David Decker and Lezlie, Brown- field; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morgan and family, Hobbs, N. M.; Mr. and Mrs. Kent Harlan and Holly, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Decker and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Decker and Bucky of Goree. COOKE IUEUNION HELD Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cooke and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Cooke attended the Cooke reunion at the home of their sister, Mrs. Faye Griffith and family, at Noodle on Sunday. All the Cooke children were present including another sister, Mrs. Ruth Williamson, and daughters, Flora and Helen Faye, of Denver City. ATTEND WEDDINGS Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Underwood and tamily visited his sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Willis and family, in Houston during the weekend. While there they at- tended the wedding of his nephew, Jim- my Willis. Mrs. W. M. Taylor and Homer Moore attended the wedding of Miss Karla Brown and Sonny Blake of Big Spring in Rhineland on Saturday. HERE and THERE Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Green visited their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dickie Green, Wade and Justin, in t'~owley during the w,,,k,,nd. Mr. and Mrs. John Jones received word of the death of his brother-in-law, Raymond Smith, on Sunday. Funeral services were held in Huntsville on Monday. Barton Carl visited his sisters, Mrs. Lena Helm, Mrs. Kathleen Harlan and Miss Sarah Carl, in Prairie Grove, Ark., last week. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bolander of Lamesa, Calif., visited Mr. and Mrs. Riley Bell last Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Runkles of Midland visited Mr. and Mrs. Pete Beecher on Saturday. Mrs. Maxine Adair of Levelland visited in their home on Monday. Miss Genya McCarthy of Littlefield visited Mr. and Mrs. Les Jameson and Lezlie Yarborough several days last week. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Chamber- lain last Tuesday were her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Routon of Lub- bock. They were enroute to Knoxville, Tenn., to attend the World's Fair. Visiting recently with Mrs. Gladys Mooney were her granddaughters, Miss Mary Morton of Kermit and Miss Betty Morton of Miami. Other visitors in her home last week were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clay Ross and Janet of Austin and Clifton Mooney of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Temple of Lawton, Okla., visited his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hammons, last Tuesday. "]Vir. and Mrs. Hammons accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Temple to Lake Kemp for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Hosea and Amber of Wichita Falls visited his patents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hosea, during the weekend. Visiting Mrs. Tomie Poison and George Rawis last Tuesday were their brother, Chaxlie Rawh, and daughter, Grace, of San Angelo. Other visitors in their home last week were their nieces, Mrs. Norma Akin of Oklahoma City and Mrs. Ruby Walker of Eldorado, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Hollis have re- turned to their home in Kingsland after visiting Mrs. W. M. Taylor for several days. Mrs. Mabel Hamvton and Mrs. Johnnie Quisenberry of Seymour visited in her home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Scale and Mrs. Ina Scarborough visited Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Richards in Seymour on Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Modrell Howard of Seymour visited Mrs. Lois Howard last Monday. Visiting Mrs. Mary Etta Kirk during the weekend were her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Art Radford of Paris. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Watson and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hale and daughters spent a few days last week at Lake Murry. ~Ardmore. Oklahomq. Mrs. Lynelle Williams and children, Lynette and Kevin, of Spearman visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Jetton, last Wednesday and Thursday. Mike Ecl~ois of Knox City visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Echols, on Sunday. Harding Cartwright of Wichita Falls visited Mr. and Mrs. Elkin Warren last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Beaty of Abilene and Brian Bcaty of Seymour visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Beaty during the weekend. Mrs. Jane Middieton and children, Martha and Matthew, of Arlington visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barton Carl, the latter part of last week. Tonya and Chris Myers of Plano visited their grandmother, Mrs. Lanna Mac Lowrance, last week. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Hawkins of Aspermont and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Hawkins of La Porte visited Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Chamberlain and Mrs. Roy Moore on Saturday. Miss Essie Mae Moore of Seymour visited in their homes Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Atwood of Seymour visitied her father, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon McSwain, on Sunday. Richard Robbins of Abilene was a dinner 8tlest in the Jack Steward home on Sunday. Mr. Robbins preached at the Goree Church of Christ. Anna and Joe David Lambeth of Lubbock visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lambeth, last week. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lee Lambeth, came after them and spent the weekend visiting here. Mrs. Billie Jameson and Leslie Yar- brough visited in Seymour last Wed- nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dorse Blankenship of Oiney and their granddaughter, Brandi Moore of Knox City, visited Mrs. Blankenship's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Bell visited their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bell and boys, in Graham on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Beaty visited in Abilene last Tuesday. - Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Waliace Rob- erts during the weekend were his daugh- ter, ~ Ruth Laney, and her daughter, Angie and husband, of Hobbs, N. M. They also visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Cannon Roberts. Jonathan Smith of Munday visited his grandmother, Grace Smith, Sunday and Monday. Let Dad choose --- gift certificates available lrom $1.00 up! Available at most locations. SlJPmUO1 QT m'OIT JJ' Padded wheel cover.Available in black or tan. #52-1260 49 SMUt, DO.AT CIILII~ C~IMrillOIL Takes the footwork out of driving! Fits almost any car, light truck or van. Mounts on dash or center console. 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Breed characteristics can be matched and combined for your specific market, feed supply and other resources distinct to your operation. The germplasm base for beef cattle production in the U. S. has been expanded considerably in the last ten years. This increase has resulted primarily from development of appropriate quarantine facilities and procedures in Canada. The use of European breeds in a crossbreeding program has resulted in a substantial increase in weaning weights. These in- creases are due to the ad- vantages of hybrid vigor on survival and growth of FI calves and advantages of maternal heterosis on repro- duction and maternal ability of crossbred cows. The crossbred cows contri- bute more than 50% to the increase in performance. The use of Zebu and European breeds result in ever higher levels of hybrid vigor. However, faster gaining breed groups generally have heavier birth weights and higher levels of calving diffi- culty. Incidence of calving difficulty can be a serious problem in cows calving at two and three years of age. If efforts are made to avoid. using bulls with excessive birth weights, the calving dif- ficulty is not a serious prob- lem in the younger cows. Breed groups reaching the small degree of marbling in the fewest days tended to be the most efficient to the grade and point of USDA choice. Evaluation to a grade and point of USDA choice assumes that feeding to a small degree of marbling is justified in terms of improv- ing eating quality, an assump- tion not documented in eval- uation of flavor, juiciness and tenderness by trained ~nnso~ panels. Difference among bl:eed groups are large for marb- ling scores had higher fat trim and lower retail product percentages. Research has indicated there is limited op- portunity through breeding to increase marbling without reducing yield of retail product. Research has shown that steers from fatter gaining breed groups use feed more efficiently from weaning to slaughter and produce car- casses with a higher percen- tage of retail product when compared at the same weight or age end points. To maximize your beef production, it is important to match the crossbreeding system and the breed charac- teristics with the feed re- sources available in Knox County. High Protein Grass Is Not An Accident Which grass has the best protein content for use in Knox County? Actually, protein content of a grass is influenced mainly by two factors: amount of fertilizer it receives and stage of maturity. Fertilizer increases protein content. Nitrogen" has been recognized for a long time to be important. The more nitrogen applied, the higher the protein content. Phosphorus, potassium, sulfur and other nutrients are also important for improving protein content in grass. All soils in Knox County are inherently low in nitrogen, and many also are low in phosphorus, potassium, sulfur and other nutrients. A soil test is the best guide for planning fer- tilization practices for pasture hay. Maturity of a grass greatly influences protein content and other quality factors. As grasses begin to mature, State protein content, digestibility and other quality charac- teristics decline rapidly. White As a rule, grasses are best area quality when at three to four effort weeks of growth. Grasses crease which make seedbeds, such as Kleingrass, johnsongrass and bluestem, should be grazed or harvested for hay tic. before seedheads appear. Ar~ Coastal bermudagrass 82 in makes no viable seed and -Haskdl should be used by the time it The has three to four weeks of Saf~Y growth. If grown for grazing, Farm to cattle should be turned into Coastal pastures when they have less than three weeks of growth, Harvest Coastal at about four weeks of growth, proje~ Soil and climatic con- state. ditinns and fertilization n,*,'- Ike and Carrie are Santa R, Knox City, for a family June We want to friends.to 3:00 to S:00 Saturday, Why not keep them where theY're in our safe deposit boxeS" IN MUNDAY Your Satisfaction Our Security