The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 99, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1958 Page: 4 of 10
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Three Arts Club
Sets June Social
Sew officers were mutM dur-
ing the Ihft* Arts Ouht last m**t-
mg (or the year Thursday«
Mrs Dun Humble tu hostess
lor the meeting at her borne.
Mrs Carroll Green installed the
following officers Mrs. John H
Davit. president Mrs Earle Pear-
son vice-president, Mrs. James
Kahier. recording secretary, Mrs
Gus Psans. Jr . corresponding sec- j
retar> and Mrs A. H Baskin. Jr., ,
Mrs E 0 Smith has been act-
ing president of the club.
Following the installation ser-
viee the hostess served refresh- >
menu of congealed salad, tea
sandsnebes. mints and coffee, as- i
sisted by Mrs James Kahier and
Mrs Milton Brown
The next meeting
will be a social held at the Came-i h
roc Country Club in June
Girl Scouts Host Miss Laura Swift,
Mothers Day Tea CoUiBS ,n Brenham
Maifeste Rcyal Court
CAMERON, TEXAS’ HERALD, MAY 15. 1958
Christian Women Shower Honors
Members of Girl Scout Troop T
rumored their mothers at a special
Muther't Day Tea from 4 to 5 p m
Saturday tA the home of their
leader. Mrs Anita Schofield
The girl scout colors were carr-
ied out on the tea table with a
centerpiece at yellow ins and
green fruit punch
Members of the scout troop form-
ed the nouseparty and assisted m
serving the 24 guests
Mrs Schofield and Mrs Wayne
Mann are Troop ? leaders.
Your Cameron Herald Name Officers
GA Focus Week
Mu* Laura Swift and Tom Col-
lins represented Cameron as Duke
and Duchess in the elaborate ttih
annual Brt:..-.*|.> Maiiestc Satur-
Miss Saift is the daughter of ■
Dr and Mrs Oif.jrd Swift and
Tom CoUibj is the son of Mrs
As members of the Court erf,
Jewels the Cameron Duke and
Duchess participated in the morn-
The CUT of the First Christian
' Church met last neck at the home
of Mrs O. D Graham for their
| business meeting and election of
prtssdent of the group and Mrs
___ ! C J Sutter was named vice-presi
mg parade of 33 floats lead by
County Queen Contestants Named,
Dress Revue Awards 45 Ribbons
Governor Price Daniel and the
dance and coronation that night Approximately 300 people from
MRS MICHAEL MORI ARTY
I and daughter SARAH MOVER, is
i visiting in the home of MRS.
, DA 1.1.IK YOUNG, while tier hus-
| band is in Japan with the Marines
She has been living in Anapolis,
Maryland Other guests with Mrs
Young Sunday were MR AND
MRS FRED (UNKI YOUNG of
Miss Bernice Zarosky, bride- Waco and MR AND MILS ROB-
elect of Calvin Kraemer was hon ERT YOUNG of Austin.
Edi Jacks was re-elected ored *uh a shower Friday night j MR AND MRS WALTER LAW-
at Sunon-George .Memorial Hall. RKNCE of Austin visited his mo-
Miss Anita Trdy registered ther. MILS. MARY LAWRENCE
dent Other officers arc Mrs Alvin guests and Miss Mary Frances Sunday.
Mullmax, treasurer. Mrs Mane Zarosky was in charge of the i
Mrs Walter games
The gift table was centered with M1SS NITA ARCHER and her
Service a bride doll holding streamers of j gucst MISS CAROLYN MECK.
ribbon inscribed Bemice-Calvin, vlslte<j vtiss Archer's parents, MR
I Gnmes, worship chairman
Mrs Loraine Arnold,
Mrs. Stidham Hosts
Meeting, Social Hour
A tea Sunday honored the Milam
x the club I Association*! Girls Auxiliary at the
me of Mrs Jimmie Asher cero-
rjemoratmg Girls Auxiliary Focus
A receiving line was formed by
Mrs Asher, Miss Diane Howard.
Mrs Joe Brown of the Tracy- *
Miss Rebecca Seidel was crown- communities over Miiam County Duncan Home Demonstration Club.j
were present to see 4-H Chib mem- was Dress Revue narrator ~~
ben from Buckholts. Marak. Cause boos were
and Sharp walk away with top
The next meeting will be June May 24” in silver.
The- 40 guests were served cake,
.__punch, mints and nuts Mrs Alton
ed Queen of the Maifeste and
Franklin Fisher was named King
Both are from Brenham.
itevue narrator Rib- wa U L C I Fuchs assisted at the refreshment
presented by Jeannette Mrs. flUguCS opCHKS table.
Richter. County 4-H Council Chair
Hostesses for the shower were
AND MRS B L ARCHER last
week Both are students at Texas
Christian University in Fort Worth.
i Mrs Earl
iou reedn i
to rememMT au
Mrs E. B Yager
and Garden Gufe
at the home of 1in
Mrs Yager added
a great brai
ou want to,'
old th^ Horn
hen they me
Balhorns See A&M
Mr and Mrs W W Balhom
and son. Harold, attended the mili-
tary revue at Texas A&M and a
program commemorating Mother's
Cadet Captain Bobby Balhom
received several awards as a
ccmmandir % officer and in
Mrs. Balhom also attendet
meeting of the Texas Federa
of .A&M Mothers Clubs Saturt
in the Queens race and man Judges were Mrs Ruth Sfaup- Jq TraCV-DunCail HD Miss Mary Frances Zarosky. Mrs.
ss Revue at Simon-George tnne Falls County HD agent. Mrs J ,u/ Zarosky, Jr., and Mrs W. J.
On Planning Menus
Dudley Currey and Mrs Lucile
La Yelk- Fischer was the top win- Henderson both of Minerva
ncr in the dress revue with Gloria Rex McClaren was master of I
.Ann Ely and Diana Mikulec win- ceremonies and Max McClaren i Mrs .Alice Hughes, Milam Co-
mng in their divisions. , funl^M —te. |*82 Home Demonstration agent.
Miss Mikulec was also crowned
Miss 4-H with Mary Lamb as run- Queens C<
Blue Ribbon winners were Jean
nette Fuchs. Buckholts, Stella In-
ge. Buckholts. La .Nell Mora*
Byford of Bryan.
Representing tbeir clubs in the Save the program, "Planning for
were Joyce Fuchs Our Family Food" at the Tracy-
DR AND MRS GEORGE BOW-
MAN, and son. GEORGE. JR.
attended the Metropolitan Opera
Co. performance of Madame But-
of County W ide Club. Doris Trdy Duncan HD Club in the home of j ter‘‘>' m 041135 Sunday'
dress revue first place of St .Anthony Club. Jo Ann Hollas Mrs. Bemeee Charles Wednesday -
of the St. .Anthony Club. Gloria afternoon
Ely of Gause. Stella Inge of Buck- Mrs Hughes
MR AND MRS W W. BUR-
stressed daily anJ ! ROUGH have moved from their
Guests in the home of MR AND
MRS JOHN HENDERSON this
weekend were JANE HENDER-
SON of Austin, MR AND MRS
JOHN HENDERSON. JR., of Aus-
tin. MR AND MRS RALPH KIL-
GORE AND JACK OF ROSEBUD.
MRS MARY GREEN of Odessa
is visiting friends in Cameron
HERMAN JAHNKE of Bren-
ham was in Cameron last week
Ibe*. County Wide
a Buckholts, Palsy Ruth Inge, Buck-
;on holts and Sandra GresaV Buck-
holts. Claire Gilchrist of Thomdale. weekly food menus and planning , home at 203 E 7th to Rockdale,
b, Sylvia Talbott. Alpha Asher of Thomdale, Shirley an annual family food budget. ! Mrs. Burrough is employed by
n Von Gooten. Ann Abbott. Milano, and Mildred
Yates of Maysfield Club.
members, a visitor. Mrs. John D.
Judges for the Queens Contest Charles of Rockdale and Mrs.
xwr memory is hot
inborn, but acquired through neg- q
e of spring
St. Rita Circle Plans
ed Ribbon, second place win-
were Mr. and Mrs. George Sfaup-
trine and Mr and Mrs. John Beaty j
A. H. Patzke discussed
and Emotions", how
assisted at the tea table.
Members of the First Baptist
Church Girls Auxiliary formed the
they affect your facial contour tvrjse party Assisting in the kit-
Sl Ri’a s Circle .-.ad a short jwoo|t> Carole Terry, Hannah Sue
oiiinesi meeting lust Wednesday \jorgan Alice Denman. Betty Sue
ners. included: Rose Mary Tomek. erf Marlin
Peggy Slovak. Bessie Kay Cass, Mrs R. G. Grabein and Mrs.
Ignacia Vasques. Nancy Baggett. Frank Schiller of the Civic Garden
Martha Rcisner. Linda Payee. Ka- Gub prepared the Colonial bou-
thy Wallace, Jeanette Woetfel, quet and corsage for the Queen
Lana Jean Eichinger, Judy West- and runner-up.
Refreshments were served to ten ; Bush Construction Co. in Cameron.
MR AND MRS ROY HUM-
PHREYS of Beaumont spent the
weekend with MR AND MRS.
W. W BALHORN.
Tt • s
For Graduation Gifts
— CAMERON —
and your whole body.
The speakers were introduced
by Mrs S S Hicxman and re-
creation was directed by Miss Et-
Mrs Stidham decorated her
then were Mrs. Seth Corley and
Mrs Smith Barrett
and on the coffee table in the
living room. Arrangements of
Eichinger, Margaret Hromcik, Lois j
Ann Platt. Carol Jane Walther. !
at Simon-George Hall.
Mrs. Frank Hand, president, ap-
tx. m r [ ^
displayed on tne registering table plans were made for a family Melba ^ Furmsh Eva Raye
The family night will be held
Mrs. Jeter Fetes
Leonard, Vybirai Officers Named
Mills. Theresa Dohnalik. Mary
Lucy Barcenas. Carolyn Joyce Pat- ron anc* Mr. W. K Leonard. Sr
.New officers were named as the
Business and Professional Womens
Club met May 5 at the home of
Mrs. T. C. Buffington of Came- Mrs. Dot Jeter.
!M2Z2ITS r£ — *— *• -S’SSSS:
and Editor McFarland roses. She
served ice cream topped with
fresh strawberries, angel food cake
and relishes to the eleven mem-
bers and two guests, Mrs Jerome
Mrs. Ethridge Hosts
Canady and Mm H P McKinney Martha ClaSS Meet
families Mrs. Pete Mikula and
Mrs. Lawrence Jetter will be in
charge of refreshments.
Hostesses, Mrs Frank Michalka
and Mrs Frank Hand served cake
1 ment and approaching marriage of presented the following new slate
their daughter, Carroll Ann Leon- of officers: Mrs. Julia Brown,
ard to Joe Lee Vybirai. son of president, Mrs Ida Belle Lewis,
ners were Carolyn Schiller. Joyce Nr an<1 •<|lrs Anton Vybirai, Sr., first vice-president, Mrs. h'eomi
dyn Campbell and Maruice Mc-
White Ribbon, third place win-
Schrader. Loraine Wohleb. Mer- Cameron.
Terry, second vice-president. Miss
Kurtz' Adopt Daughter
M-Sgt and Mrs. Edwin H Kurtz j Baptist church met with
squares topped with pecan icing )ene RummeU Margaret Ann Ta- ; The wedding will be an event Irene Williams, recording secre
The Martha Gass of the First ^ Coffee ^ 11 rwmbers pre' mez, Carole Tieman, Penny Gra- Jul>' 26 at St- Monica Catholic taiy, Mrs. Kathryn Robbins, par-
of Crailshum, Germany, recently Johnny Ethridge for their monthly
adopted a daughter, Monika, 3, in j business meeting last Thursday.
Germany. Sgt, Kurtz is the son of t
Mr and Mrs. Edwin Kurtz of
Cameron and Mrs. Kurtz is for-
merly from Austria.
Mrs. Marie Whitley presented
the devotional on "Love” an? re-
| freshments were served to seven
j members and three visitors.
Woodmen Circle Has
May Meeting, Social
ves and Mary Roberta Fuller.
| Audrey NeU Gandy, Elizabeth
Hubnik, Patricia Klecka. and Mar-
i garet Vansa all entered the Revue
I but were not present for appear-
: a nee judging.
■ A l
Mrs. Henry Brown was hostess
* i for the May meeting of the Wood-
❖ | men Circle at her home.
A report was made by the four
local members attending the Dis-
Mary Lesikar Elected
Yoe FHA President
Miss Posival, Mueck
Plan June Wedding
Refreshments of angel food cake,
coffee and cokes were enjoyed by-
members and three visitors, Mrs.
Corrine Strickland. Miss Mabel
Jeter and Miss Beth Jeter.
In The Future
We have some cute educat
ed cat toys for gifts . . .
and flowers of course.
«I1U 1IUVV cl s U1 lUill Pc. ^ i j
Glass, The Florist
Rosebud, JU 3-7313
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Posival an-
nounce the engagement and ap- T
proaching marriage of their daugh- *
Mary Lesikar was elected pre-si- 1 t(-r- Adeline, to Edwin Mueck, son
trict convention held in Waco, and dint of the Yoe FHA during their Mr■ and Mrs. R. H. Mueck of
Mrs. Brown showed pictures
Japan taken by her son.
Other officers elected are: Patty
Refreshments of coffee and, Saiiey, vice-president. Kay Per-
cake were served during the social
hour to members and one guest,
Mrs. G. Myrow of Sommerville
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! Draws 75 Relatives
The annual Jones-Bailey reunion
was held Sunday at the Rex B.
Jones ranch home in Jones Prai-
JI rie with family members from
New Iberia, La., Dallas, Ft. Worth,
Hoj^jtoir Robstown, Freeport, Lex-
I iapw, uWap, Win, Kosebuu.
* | Cameron and Maysfield attending,
f About 75 relatives enjoyed a
luncheon served in the oak shaded
niece, secretary. Lucille Jistel, his- Church
torian, Barbara Junek. reporter,
Pat Wilkerson, parlimentarian, :
Becky Foster, bookkeeper, AnneV-- 1
Mees, treasurer, Glenda Sue Gris- Patricia Ann Tindall, 7 pound
ham, photographer, and Sharon daughter born May 12 to Mr. and
Vick, recreation leader. Mrs. Lc-land Tindall of McGregor
Reports were made by delegates Patricia Ann will be welcomed
attending the state meeting, and . home by a sister Jacqueline. 3.
Mrs. Hertenberger was elected and a brother, Gary, 19 months.
honorary member to the chapter
Refreshments were served fol-
lowing the meeting.
The wedding will be an event
! of June 14 at St. Monica Catholic ?
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Luecke, Frank M. The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 99, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1958, newspaper, May 15, 1958; Cameron, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth576705/m1/4/: accessed September 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.