The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 104, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 24, 1963 Page: 4 of 16
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Vmt* A CAMERON. TEXAS' HKRAl.l), OCT. 24, tUN
Pat Holla- 10 and Judy Hollaa.ti, twrsell hut keeps her daughter,
cJn^^enLielves 2 of the luck | happy with her many miniature
test girls in Cameron ----
Their mother Mrs (Seorgc Itolliis.
not only gets much enjoyment for
"IT DOESN'T take a whole lot
| to keep children happy The girls
play with then dolls clothing and
| doll furniture all the time and It
j has brought many contented hours
during the summer months," Mrs
1 Hollas siud in speaking of the gifts
I she had made tor the girls.
Their miniature toys would be
ttie envy ot any small girl
Mrs Holla* made two Oeds from
cigar tsixee which she covered wi-
th gold contact paper Clothes pins
make the !>od |«is|s amt the canopy ! es from shorts to evening dresses
is made front coat hangers Tin The doll garments have every se
IhsIs are complete with mattress am and tuck as In adult clothing
i*. pillows bedding 'tad c*aopy co Mrs Hollas has tiiade III outfit* lot
vers | each doll anti the girls have added
1 my lounge chairs are intuit ot 11 ,,,>k °* ,,wn 0l'*y ibtngs
salt Ixixrs with cushions in each purchased ore the hats fur stoles
and coveretl with the same check W1<' 'h'tcs
ed material as the beds The night Tidal cost of all the furniture,
stand is made ot two thread [ wardrobes and dolls is less than $6
spools and two jar tops also paint I for both girls
ed gold Lamp* arc perfume buttl - ••[ enjoy tewing anti wish 1 had
es more lime hi do it,' Eleanor Hollas
EACH DOIJ/K wardrobe rang said in speaking of the hobby she
hognn at HI years of ace "ft is *
challenge to make my own pott -rns
or change other* to fit my taale."
Her children are also fortunate
in that I heir own wardrobe* are
mostly originals created by th ir
MRS. llol.I.AS does not limit her
hobby to the making of clothing as
1 she is also skilled in nuiklng dr ip
eries curtains lieslspreatki or whai
ever else slie may lake a fancy to
do Her son Hlcky. 6. also wear
clolhlng mndi by his mothe-
fine project *he luis taken on is
helping her daughters lean th. fun.
tbunenlals of sewing They alreatly
show ureal iniereni in their moth
er 's hohby
Mesules hem: an excellent vuim
st-es, Mrs Hcdii.- is also a junior
Gil'l Sciait leader Immediate past
president ot ti * Parent Teachers
(Tub. member t.i the Carden Clue
and an active worker and member
of the Saint Monica Catholic * tou-
Hecent guests ol Mr and Ms
Emil Skupln were Mis* Jane. Smith
and lv*r mother. Mr* Clyde Smi
,h of Sweetwater. Mr und Mrs
Hilly Surovik and children of Hal
la*, and Henry Skupln. a studenl
at A 4. M College
Mr m*I Mr* John A Hlasienx
of Brvan vhdled hi* father J A
Hlasienz at Halbert Nursing Home
in Hn*e»n*l Sunday
St. Anthony School
Honor Roll Students
Officials of the St Anthony Sch
ool have released the A and II
honor roll for the first six weeks of
the school year
Placed on the A Honor Roll were
Lloyd Larnere, Hth grade, Sharon
MILerran and Marilyn llanel. 7tli
grade and A J Hurtik. Mirhael
Darilek and Charlene McDermott
B Honor Roll students are 7th
grade. Hilly Ellis. Danny Matula,
Margaret Susik and Julia Vaculm,
hth grade Charles MdAtee, Eug-
ene Moraw, Julius Tepera Georgie
Ann Janek 5th grade. Mary Beth
Brock. Patricia Ann Hollas Jean
Marek, Mary Carolyn Matula. Con
me Ellis, and John Ben Sutter.
Aiso, 4tli grade; Patricia Simecek,
Bruce McAtee Irene De La Rosa.
Clyde Jis tel, Diane Bryant, and
Lawrrenee Zotz; 3rd grade Paul
McDermott. Joseph Trdy, Debbie
Simecek. Lynne UUman. Linda
Marek, Michael Trdy, Veronica
Tepera, Cynthia Mitchan, Joseph
Jistel. Phyliis Hanel and landa Hoi
las; 2nd grade: Sherry Zarosky,
Paul Vaculm,Gregwy Sheguit.Dan
lei Richardson. Rebecca Marek
David Hollas and Jane Anderle
Play For Pennent
The Leader Department team is
still out in front in the Sunshine
Bowling League with 25 wins and 3
losses after this weeks play
Faistaff and New Cameron Drug ;
are tied for 2nd place with lhwin.s
and 12 losses. They are followed by 1
Western Auto with a 11-17 win-loss I
record. National Guard with a 10- |
1 record and Westbrook with a 6 j
toss, 22 win record
New Cameron Drug rolled the
high game series with 2351 The
Leader Dept rolled 2310 and West
ern Auto a 2284
High team game went to New
Cameron Drug with 839 National
Guard was second with 799 and
The Leader Dept third with 793
Gladys Titswortii rolled the high
game serie- with 454 Ida Michalka
rolled a 447 and Marie Ann Laakv
High individual game went to
Irene Mees who rolled a 169 Gladys
Titswortii rolled a 160 and Ida
Michalka a 165
Substitute Pat Titsworth had a
516 three* game series Ida Mich
aika held the high average of 149
Lee Marek, Marry
In Home Ceremony
Mrs Wilma Dorothy Hennessee
and Mr Lee William Marek Jr
were married Monday afternoon at
the home of Mr and Mrs Ray Les-
ter in Cameron
The Rev C A West performed
the ceremony in the presence of
The bride wore a pale blue two
piece knit suit and a white orchid
corsage Sh. was attended by her
sister Mrs Aivtn Heft of Cameron
The groom s brother-in-iaw. Mr
Ray Lester served as best man
For th< reception immediately
after the ceremony, the dining table
was centered with an arrangement
of dwarf pink zinnias flanked by
Following a wedding trip the cou-
ple will make their home in Cam
R. H. Brewer,
R H "Dick Brewer former pri-
ncipal of the Cameron Elementary
Schools died October 13 while
attending an educational meeting
m Corpus Christi
He had I wen principal of the S*i
ney Lanier High School in San An
tomo for th. past 32 years
Survivors include his wife of San
Antonin son Bill Brewer of San
Antonio daughter Mrs Sarah Jane
Merritt of Houston and he- mother,
Mrs T. H Brewer of Caldwell
In The Service
FAR EAST 1 FHTN'C - Mann,
j urporal Junrel H Beene son of
Mrs (tamo Been, of I4ir N Hnu*
■on Cameron i* a member of the
Third Battalion Thin Manor Keg
imeut Thud Mamie Drown wt.
,ch » embarked aboard ..mphibwus
of th. Seventh Fieri in the
far East FoHowmf the landing ex-
rman th. baUaU** return
to its horn, baae on Oginawa |
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Luecke, Frank M. The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 104, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 24, 1963, newspaper, October 24, 1963; Cameron, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth577132/m1/4/: accessed June 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.