The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 1, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 5, 1972 Page: 2 of 36
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SAMUEL SORREL CHAPTER
Samuel Sorrell Chapter, DAR
will have their annual spring tea
honoring their new members on
April 6 from 2 until 5 at the home
of Mrs. Carlos Hamilton at 3615
Del Monte Dr. Hostesses Mrs.
Hamilton and her courtesy com-
mittee will include theregentand
chapter board and the past re-
New members to be honored
are as follows: Mrs. Eron Bro-
jse, Mrs. A.J. Andrews, Mrs.
Eldon Wolcott, Mrs. Roy C. Col-
lins, Mrs. Frederick Schluter,
Mrs. Thomas Davidson, Mrs.
P.C. Dickson, Mrs. Henry Bar-
nes, Mrs. Jack Johnson, Mrs.
Jerry Lee Cook, and Miss Bon-
* * * *
HOUSTON ASSOCIATION FOR
The Houston Association for
the Retarded will hold its month-
ly meeting April 13 at the Har-
ris County Center for the Re-
tarded, 3550 W. Dallas,7:30p.m.
Mrs. Ginger will discuss the
summer recreation program
planned by the Harris County
Two residential camps will be
provided for children over 10, a
day camp will be available for
children under 10 and a travel-
ing camp is planned for older
* * * *
SAN JACINTO CHAPTER OF
THE DAUGHTERS OF THE
REPUBLIC OF TEXAS
The April meeting of the San
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THE BELLAIRE TEXAN
Jacinto Chapter of the Daughters
of the Republic ot Texas, will be
held at the ranch home of Mr.
and Mrs. George Red, at Gay
Hill, Texas, on Thursday, April
A chartered bus will leave
from St. Philip’s Presbyterian
Church on San Felipe Rd., at
8:30 a.m. of that morning.
Reservations are being taken
by Mrs. John Steele, 665-1154.
* * * *
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF
The American Association of
University Women will hold their
regular meeting at the University
of Houston Student Center at 10
a.m. on Saturday, April 8.
The program “Law of the
Press and Contemporary Issues”
Publication Rights and Responsi-
bilities will be presented by John
O. Emmerich, assistant to the
president of the Houston Chron-
Mr. Emmerich is a native Mis-
sissippian with an intense journ-
alistic background and a great
deal of experience. He was intro-
duced to journalism in McComb,
Miss. Later he was a reporter
and business writer for the Min-
neapolis Tribune, also news edi-
tor and writer for the Baltimore
Sun. In 1961 he was a Nieman
Fellow at Harvard, a student of
Dr. Henry Kissinger. He came
to the Chronicle in 1965.
* * * *
May 5 wasannouncedtobeDAR
day for the yearly Historic Jef-
ferson Pilgrimage during the
73rd DAR State Conference which
was held March 27, 28, 29 in the
Houston Oaks Hotel. In connec-
tion with this during the confer-
ence there were committee re-
ports concerning the recent pur-
chase of the Freeman Plantation
House which will be featured on
the Pilgrimage and which the
Texas State Society of the DAR
has acquired for its museum.
During the conference, recog-
nition was given to the chapter
regents and committee chairmen
who have served the organiza-
tion well during the past year.
The six Houston regents were
presented leadership awards by
the State Regent Mrs. Ford Hub-
bard. These ladies are: Mrs.
J.G. Fender, John McKnitt Alex-
ander Chapter; Mrs. T.P. White-
head, Alexander Love Chapter;
Mrs. John E. Reynolds, Samuel
Sorrell Chapter; Miss Mary
8 'till 6
AIR CONDITIONING APPLIANCES
Wednesday, April 5, 1972
Pearl Etzel, Ann Poage Chap-
ter; Mrs. William A. Riedel,
Lady Washington Chapter; and
Mrs. E.E. Walker, Tejas Chap-
Committee chairmen from the
Houston chapters received many
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The Boys Harbor of Houston
was the recepient of more than
200 pounds of shrimp, 150 pounds
of crawfish and 50 pounds of rice
and sauce as a result of a politi-
H.J. (Bud) He r r e n, candidate
for Constable, Precinct 1, bought
more than 1,000 pounds of seafood
and rice to serve at the Shrimp
and Crawfish Festival held in his
behalf at Dancetown, USA Tues-
day to raise fund in his race a-
gainst incumbent Walter Rankin.
"We used up quite a bit of
the crawfish and shrimp,” Her-
ren said, "but we were most
happy to give what was left to Boys
Robert Guinn, executive direc-
tor of Boys Harbor, acknowledg-
ed the gift. “A gift of food is al-
ways welcome at Boys Harbor,”
he told Herren, “and we do ap-
preciate you thinking of us.”
IF YOUR GOING
OUT OF TOWN
ON APRIL 22
BE SURE AND
DESTROY YOUR LAWN
WITH CHINCH BUG
22 Years in Bellaire Area
state rep. dist. 90
paid political adv.
qlenn nuTc.HlI. 'Campaign rnfinfigor'
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McKinney, Don & Pettigrew, Terrilee. The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 1, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 5, 1972, newspaper, April 5, 1972; Bellaire, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth567348/m1/2/: accessed January 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.