The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 25, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 20, 1972 Page: 3 of 44

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Wednesday, September 20, 1972
|«| by mildred hawks
(If you have any news about
you or your family, call Trolley
Line, 667-6251 or drop a note to
Trolley Line in care of the Bel-
laire Texan, P.O. Box 999, Bel-
laire, Tex. 77401).
OOps-we-goofed - the date for
the Condit School paper drive is
the second Tuesday of every
month, beginning with Oct. 10. So
leave your waste paper packed
or securely tied, in the contain-
er on Third Street by the school,
on October 10, then every second
Tuesday of the month thereafter.
* * * *
Betty and Bob Williams (Dr.
and Mrs. Robert P. Williams),
5122 Braeburn, went to Camer-
on, Wisconsin recently for the
marriage of their son, Scott Ran-
Pilot Club sets
Sept, meeting
stead Williams to Jill Ann Klein.
Betty said that Jill is a gra-
duate of the University of Wis-
consin, and is now working in the
City of Houston Health Depart-
ment. Scott is a graduate of Aus-
tin College and has enlisted in the
army. He will be leaving in Janu-
ary. The Williams other son,
Ridge, was the best man. The
wedding ceremony was taped,
which we think makes a fine keep-
* * * *
Dr. Manuel and Mrs. Chavez
had out-of-town guests over the
weekend, they were Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Sefcik, from El Campo, par-
ents of Mrs. Chavez (Annabelle).
Mrs. Chavez is the VIPS co-or-
dinator for Condit School, and she
said that she needs volunteers for
the program, which helps teach-
ers in the schools. If you can do-
nate a few hours of your time a
week, call Condit School.
* * * *
The Pilot Club of Houston will
have its September Program
Meeting at the home of Mrs.
Blanche Robinson, 5406 Navar-
ro, on Sept. 25 at 7:30 p.m.
Kim Donaho of the Ole C. Don-
aho Company, will present a film
presentation of the new Operation
Identification program which is
being sponsored by insurance
companies and the Houston Board
of Realtors. Friends of Pilot are
The president of the local club
is Mrs. Wilma Parker, and the
program meeting is planned by
the Communit- Service Com-
mittee of which Mrs. Hannah Ni-
day is chairman.
Holy Ghost
to hold dance
The Holy Ghost Booster Club
will hold a Country-Western
Dance Saturday at 8 p.m. The
dance will feature the Starliters
and the charge is $5 per coupk-
for the dance to be held in thi
school’s community center. The
public is invited.
We saw many people that we
know at the Friends of the Bel-
laire Library Used Book Sale last
Saturday. It was held in front of
Weingartens in Bellaire. Bev
(H.B.) Hood dropped by to lookat
books, and told us that he is go-
ing to retire soon from the Tex-
as Company. Among those we saw
browsing and buying, were Car-
olyn Akkerman (Mrs. Richard),
"A Weekly
Community Newspaper"
6622 Ferris Houston, Tx. 77036
p.O. Box 999 Bellaire, Tx. 77401
Official Publication
City of Bellaire
Second Class moil privileges authorized at
Bellaire, Texas
Subscription S3.00 to $5. 00 a Year
Advertising Rates Upon Request
V. M. Preston
Odell Preston
Bill Wilson
Don McKinney
Terri lee Pettigrew
Managing Director
Adv. Manager
News Editor
News Editor
Any erroneous reflection upon the character
or reputation of any person, firm or corporation
which may appear in the columns of the Bellaire
TEXAN will gladly be corrected when brought
to the attention of the publisher.
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CLrma„ l young world
Houston's Department Stores for Children
Nassau Bay Village, 10-5:30 Daily, Thurs.lO-8
5317 Bis son net, Bellaire, 9-5:30 Daily, Thurs. 9-9
Lynn McBee (Mrs. George), Mrs,
Aurie Rowsey, Bing Soph, and
C.V. Fleury.
Many National Geographic
Magazine Collectoers came to the
sale. One collector purchased 210
National Geographies. The “Fri-
ends” workers were thrilled to
learn that the sale was the most
successful ever, even though it
was hot, especially In the morn-
ing, when there was no shelter a-
way from the sun. The hot sun
did not deter the buyers though,
not when they were getting bar-
Members of the “Friends seen
working at the book sale were:
Moppy Gay, Julie Laverde, May
Lee Kretschmar, Dee Glover,
Mrs. S.W. Staats, Louise Wil-
liams, Betty Houghtaling and
daughter, Kris; Mr. and Mrs.
Brian Spinks, Nancy Harris, Bob
Shalek, Marge Thompson, Lou-
ise Camden, George McBee. Ma-
nuel Chavez, George Bennet, and
Bill Hawks. Bob Campbell, James
Laverde, Steve Gay, James
Hawks and Val Thompson helped
load books.
* * * *
Buzzy Campbell, 13, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Campbell has
been in and out of the hospital
this summer with thrombo-phle-
bitus. His doctors won't let him
go to school yet, so he is study-
ing with a home teacher.
* * * *
According to Wiley Beveridge,
football is going full blast in Bel-
laire. He is the Bellaire Parks
and Recreation director, and gave
us a list of volunteer coaches in
the city’s elementary football
These are dedicated men who
give their time free to coach
boys age 12 and under in the gen-
tle art of football. They are: 12
and under, Cardinals, coaches,
Page 3
Vernon Wells, Wendell Mayo and
L.A. Klonch; Rams, coaches,
Wayne Easley, Charles Sum-
mers; Packers coaches, Bill
Hawks, Charles Brandt, Ray Me-
na; Bengals, coaches, Rich Ho-
well, Eddie Adams.
Coaches and teams for boys
age 10 and under are: Oilers,
Wallace Gormen, Bill Magnu-
son, Doub Hill, and Brad Popp;
Packers, Wendell Holt, Jack
Harper, Rich Akkerman; Forty
Niners: Mike Landis, Randall
Dear, Walter Carrow; Browns,
C.L. Adams, Frank Popp, Ralph
Williamson; Bengals, Paul Ban-
ister, Danny Nevels; Radiers,
George Christensen, Earl Stone,
Gary Moore, Gerry Kunz.
The Junior Teen Age Team,
the Bulldogs has as its coaches,
Bob Fore and Bob Clibum. The
Bulldogs play other teams in
Houston and one out-of-town
game at New Waverly.
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McKinney, Don & Pettigrew, Terrilee. The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 25, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 20, 1972, newspaper, September 20, 1972; Bellaire, Texas. ( accessed May 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History,; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.

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