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James Went, Fowlerton. Senior girls: first, Dorris Daniel. Cotulla High School; second, Evelyn Little, Fowlcrton; Hermes Replica Handbags senior boys: first. Daniel Spencer, Fowlerton: second. Jeffries Apperson, Cotulla High School. Rural sub junior girls: first, Kathleen Kelly, Gardendale; second, Clara Burks, Millett; third, Maxene Stowe. Artesia: rural sub junior boys: first. Calvin Guiley, Millet second. Buck Ramsey. Gardendale; third, high quality hermes replica William Botto, Arteshi Opening, this month, of nnothor active tick eradication season uml extension of the campaign to new areas in the South is announce! by veterinary officials of the U. S. ” During winter months active preparations have been in progress in many sections of the South. Advance of the eradication campaign has been heralded anC explained by motion pictures, publications, and instructive talks. 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Arkansas, notwithstanding the strain of last year’s drought, has provided funds and plans to conduct a systematic eradication campaign in about one half of its remaining infested area best hermes replica this year, and his comment is here confidently looks forward to completing the job in 1932. In addition these states will continue their active campaign to wipe out the remaining infestation in areas where work has previously been in progress. Louisiana continues to mark time in this project. No new work has been arranged for this season and the only tick eradication activities will be to protect, as far as possible, parishes that have been freed from the tick so that they will not be rcinfested. Replica Hermes Birkin Renewal of an active tick eradication program was widely advocated in Louisiana last Fake Hermes Bags year and this resulted in the enactment of a new State tick eradication law. 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Broccoli is Like a Hardy Green Cauliflower About three cr four years ago. when It alum or sprouting broccoli was announced as a new vegetable in this country, it made little difference to us that ‘his newcomer had beci. grown and ired in Italy for perhaps hundreds or even thousands of years. The plant has been welcomed as a valuable addition to our list of garden vegetables. Sprouting broccoli is a form of loose heading, green cauliflower that is much hardier and easier to grow than regular cauliflower. Two crops. spring ciop and a fall crop, can be grown in this section, the time of planting It ng abou! the t same as early and late cabbage. It is a cool weather crop and requires IT/: to 150 day from the ime of sowing die seed until the srfil of the hc:;ds are ready to use. When ta Plant For the early spring crop the seeds should be sown indoors or in the hotbeed and the plants ft in the garden just a little later than early cabbage. For a late crop sow the seeds about the time you plant the seeds of late cabbage and plant in the garden as the same time as late cabbage or perhaps a week later. Good, tender sprouting broccoli can not be grown un poor soil and, like its close relative ‘he cauliflower, it must have plenty of fertility and considerable moisture in the soil. If the half acre home garden has had about 10 gcods loads of manure plows ed under and a topdressmg of fertilizer, the soil should be about right for growing good broccoli. If the season ir, dry it will be desirable to give the plants a good watering about once a week. In the irrigated sections the sprouting broccoli should be irrigated the same as cabbage or cauliflower. broccoli grows rather large, so the rows should he about three feet apart and ;hc plants two or two and one half feet apart in the rows. LiKc other new vegetables most folks have to learn how to use sprouting broccoli. First the plant forms a central head and after tins is Give the plants a good watering. removed several smaller or side heads form. The heads should be cut when in bud and before any of the buds open or show blossom color. Cut off about three or four inches of the tender stems with the head, wash, peel the lower part of the stems, cut into slices lengthwise and cook for 12 to 20 minutes in just enough water to caver, adding a little salt for flavoring. Serve sprouting broccoli with a little Hollandaise sauce or drawn butter poured over it, or just a little melted butter will do. It is also good with a little mayonnaise or with lemon juice or a touch of vinegar. The main point is to use it while l it is very tender and not allow it to I become too old. PASSION WEEK SERVICES Passion week re enacted in Sermon each night this week at the Methodist Church Everybody Invited. Monday evening, Preaching by Rev. Chas W. Cook, Episcopal. Tuesday evening, Preaching by Rev. Lewis Kopp, Christian. 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Production of the well was good pipe line oil without any trace of. water, according to Harry L. Fans ler, oil statistician. The well is 300 feet west of the discovery well of the S. R. C. Field and gives indication that it will encourage extensive development in that area. S. R. C. 5 “D” Montemayor, Muck clroy pool, block 8, survey 64, Zapata county made a test from 1,337 to 1,492 feet that showed considerable oil. One of the deepest tests In this section, already over a mile deep, is that of the Humble Oil and Refining company in the Kohler Field of Duval county. At 5,595 feet at the beginning of the week drilling operations were temporarily’ suspended pending rig repairs. Work will be completed early this week and drilling resumed. Further development work will be watched with interest. Several sands have been tested, but none justified setting casing and bringing in the well. It is reliably reported that the Texas company has made locations for four test wells on the 7,000 acre Allen Land and Catfle company ranch in the San Antonita grant. Southwest Brooks county. Some wells, will be started soon. It has been some time since the Texas company has done any development work in Brooks county and tests to be drilled will be watched with interest by the oil fraternity generally. South Texas Production company 4 Benavidea, block 320. Myrtle E. Hale subdivision, Mariano Arispe grant, Duval county. Cole field, hit a sand at 1,705 feet that tested gas. Two new locations were made during the week. Southern Oil company 2 King Harper, was located on survey 323, Duval county, Cole Field W. R. Shankle made a location for his 3 Garza, block 10, subdivision of the Zorro ranch, Comi tas grant, Zapata county, Muckelroy pool. FRIO AND LASALLE LIGHTER MIRANDO CITY, March 28 (Spl> Magnolia brought a large gas well spraying oil when they bailed their Wilson 2 in Duval County today. The well was brought in through a 7 8 inch choke and on a two hour gauge was flowing 1200 barrels daily. This is the third well to hs brought in in the SchooUield Frasher pool and extends the pool practically a mile to the South. All three wells brought in in this pool have come in with an initial production of over 1000 barrels and the pool is looked to as one of the largest opened up in the Laredo district in some time. Plan Convention MARLIN, March 28 UP) Something new in conventions has been promised delegates to the annual meeting of the East Texas Chamber of Commerce at Marlin, April 19, 20 and 31. Business sessions will be separate from entertainment features. DILLEY, March 28 (Spl.) A total of 2,919 bales of cotton ginned or to be ginned in Frio county from the crop of 1930, as compared with 3,500 bales from the 1929 crop is shown by the report of the bureau of the census at Washington, D. C. The report for LaSalle county gives 3,226 bales for 1930, compared with 4,705 bales for 1929. Bruni BRUNI. March 28 Tripiets, one bny nn HEBBRONV1LLE: Mrs. Oscar Thompson, or Mike Falvclla. OILTON: Mrs. Sara More. CATARINA: Mrs. F. Trimm. PEARSALL: Miss Ella Martin. BRUNI: Mrs. Leo Nelson. Laredo Times would be pleased to have applications for placet as regional correspondents at Zapata, Roma, Encinal, Carrizo Springs, Crystal City, Eagle Pass, Fowlerton, DiUey, Artesia Vlris, Asherton, Big Wells, Aguilares and San Ignacio. A Pertinent Question What Hermes Birkin Replica makes a bank a safe depository for your funds? Answer: Its Reserves. Capital alone doei not give strength, it must be supported by a large surplus and undivided profit account. 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Give College Money BROWNWOOD, March 2 >) A sum of $1,000 of the?10,000 emergency fund for Howard Payne College, being raised over the state in order to maintain the school as a standard senior Baptist college, has been guaranteed and substantial part subscribed by Baptist pastors, alumni and cx students in Kan Antonio. Elect Trustees MIRANDO CITY, March 28 (Spl> A meeting of the trustees of Mirando school will be held Tuesday at the school at 8 p. m. An elec tin will be held Saturday in which the trustees will be elected. These running are Sam Evans, H. F. Dan mier, C. B. Dunn, J. high quality hermes birkin replica L. Gore and F. R. Corbell. J. B. Roark is expected home Tuesday from San Antonio where he has been on business. COTULLA. March 23 (SpU Suspension ni” rnn.^truelinn work on the L;>S;m1c county courthouse as a re Milt of ;m opinion of the U. S. Hmv Ions construction will be suspended is indefinite. Bond houses mostly are holding La Salle issues and will have to do most tho worrying to straighten the matter cut. County Attorney Tom Leach, who has a copy of the New Orleans circuit court decision, construes the case to be more serious than the Archer county bond o which a few years ago came lip and there was a subsequent validating net by the legislature. Bruce Tcagarden, San Antonio attorney in a letter 4o Judge Welhauscn holds that the New Orleans Court decision docs not affect OUT bonds in any way and that they should be approved by the bond attorneys. Hull, and Hall, representing Pruden Company, firm that contracted to purchase bonds in January, wrote the court judge that their firm la ready to take the bonds and pay far them as soon as Chapman and Cutler, bond attorneys of New York, give their approval to the issue, Chapman Sc Cutler, in a letter to Pruden ft Company, a copy of which was furnished Judge Welhausen, hold that the New Orleans Court decision affects this issue of bonds. Mr. Hall stated that Hermes Handbags Replica in confertnce with Senator Small of Collinsworth county, said that his county wag caught with an issue just about ia the shape as La Salle, and suggested that the two counties issue a writ of mandamus to the Supremo Court to get a prompt ruling. School Census of Mirando is 309 MIRANDO CITY, March 28 high replica bags.