The Cameron Herald and Centinel (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 87, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 1, 1946 Page: 2 of 8
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2—THE CAMERON HERALD
August 1, 194G
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Any make radio repaired. Call 104.
PARMA RAIDO SERVICE.
Miss Edna Michalka who is em-
ployed with the Cameron Herald, is
on her vacation this week.
Miss Aline Hollas returned to Waco
Sunday after spending several days
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Bunt and
children of Laurel, Miss., have re-
turned home after visiting relatives
and friends here several days.
Alton* Koeurek, relief operator of
the Swift Theatres is expected to re-
turn to his duties in a few days after
spending a two-week vacation which
took him to California and other
parts of interest over ihe country.
Visitors in the Ben Lindeman home
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Miller and fumily of Vogelsang, Miss
Tillie Krause of Cameron, Miss Clara
Lee Fabranke of Rosebud, Cellford
Trojar of Temple and Mildred, Tom-
my nnd Charles Henseil of Burling-
Miss Birdie Massengale of Marlin
is spending a few days visiting rela-
tives and friends in and around Cam-
Mrs. E. J. Sebesta has returned
home after undergoing treatment in
Scott & White hospital.
Leo Fuchs of Cameron is attending
the International Baby Chick Associ-
ation in St. Louis, Missouri.
We don't experiment with your
radio—we repair it—you pay less
for your service. Any make radio.
Parma Radio Service.
Mrs. Frank Janicek, Sr. of Rosebud
is a patient in Newton Memorial Hos-
pital and her friends will be glad to
know she is doing well.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Tindall and son,
Emory, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tindall, Jr
of Waco, Mr. and Mrs. John Tindall
and Mr. and Mrs. John Hobson of
Marlow were guests in the H. C. Tin-
dall home Sunday.
Troy Cooper of Maysfield has been
ill and is a patient in the Newton
Mrs. A. C. Edmonds of Cameron is
a surgery patient in Newton Mem-
orial Hospital and her many friends
will be glad to know of her good
Mr. und Mrs. John Mangum of San
Antonio have concluded a visit here
with his mother, Mrs. George Man-
gum, in the home of his sister, Mrs.
Mary Richter Brashcar is a patient
in Newton Memorial Hospital and
her many friends will be glad to
know she is improving rapidly. She
became ill last week and may remain
in the hospital for several days.
Dr. and Mrs. S. R. Cotton left
Sunday by Pullman for a visit with
their son, Logan R. Cotton and fam-
ily, at Redonda Beach, California.
Miss Leila Nisbett, who teaches
school in Dallas, is visiting her sister
here, Miss Katie Nisbett. Miss Leila
wus reared here and has many friends
Rev. Maurice Grove and family of
Brownsville, spent the week end here
and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
L. Calloway. Rev. Grove spent sever-
al years overseas as Chaplain and
has been discharged from service, and
is pastor of First Christian church
at Brownsville. He filled the pulpit
here last Sunday, and many friends
were glad to have him back, as he
was a much loved pastor for the First
Christian church here before enter-
Mrs. J. L. Maresh and son, Jodie,
of Burlington shopped in Cameron
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loftrn of Hous-
ton visited relatives and friends here
over the past week end.
Mrs. R. A. Hale of Donna, Texas, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. M. E. Blake,
of Cameron. She will visit relatives
in Bryan before returning to her
Sunday visitors in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Linderman were Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Rathke and family
of Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lucko
and family of Clarkson, Mr. and Mrs.
John Roth and family of Burlington,
and Misses Tillie Trouse and Bertha
Hasselmann of Cameron,
Mrs. Lottie Bisbee is expecting
her daughter and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Barnett and three children,
this week for a few days visit here.
Mrs. B. P. Koehler and daughter,
Barbara, of San Antonio, and Master
Sgt. and Mrs. Adolph Horelica of
Barksdale Field, La., are visiting in
the home of Mrs. Koehler’s and Mrs.
Horelica’s mother, Mrs. Louisa Bolfs,
and other relatives and friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Moraw are the
proud parents of a son, born July 19
at the Cameron Hospital. He weighed
nine pounds and has been named
Mrs. Ida Mae Hunter of San An-
tonio spent several days here the
past week with her sister, Mrs. India
Stidham. Mrs. Hunter was reared
here and many friends were glad to
T. A. Pool of Lubbock is in Cam-
eron for a visit with old friends. Mr.
Pool was born and reared near Buck-
holts. The Pool family was prominent
in the early days and its members
have shared well in the progress of
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MAREK-BURNS FUNERAL HOME
Among the patients at Newton
Memorial Hospital is Mrs. Jesse
Gunn of Cameron and she is doing
Mrs. John Thweatt of Maysfield is
doing nicely at a patient in Newton
Memorial Hospital and wil lsoon be
able to return home.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Thompson
of Cameron are the happy parents of
a baby girl named Dorothy Louise
and born at the Newton Memorial
Hospital at 4:.‘)0 p. m. on July 21.
The baby weighed six pounds und
four ounces. She is their second child
the first also being a girl. Mr. Thomp-
son is with an engineering firm here
and currently they are surveying ru-
tal power lines. Mrs. Thompson is the
former Miss Dorothy Ransberger.
Miss Sydonla Stanislaw of New
York and her sisters, Misses Irene
and Evylin Stanislaw, will arrive on
August 10 to spend their vacation
with their parents, Mr. und Mrs. F.
H. Stanislaw of Maruk.
Alfons Koeurek hns completed a
68(k) mile trip which took him thru
Los Angeles, Sun Francisco, Sequea
und Yosemite National I’arks, return-
ing through Reno, Salt Lake City
Clifford Thompson made a business
trip to Ran Antonio this week.
Friends of Mrs. Charlie Gelner will
be glad to know that she is doing
well as a patient in the Newton
Dwight Moody, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Dwight Moody, Sr., of Cameron
is a surgery patient in the Newton
Memorial Hospital. Dwight is doing
fine and friends will be glad to know'
he will soon be out.
Miss Nettie Huffman of Cameron
has been iall and is now a patient in
the Newton Memorial Hospital. Her
many friends will be glad to know
she is doing well.
Mrs. Albert Krenek, Jr., is in the
Newton Memorial Hospital under
treatment. She was reported making
Mr. and Mrs. John Young and small
daughter, Patricia, of Odessa, have
returned home after visiting their
mothers, Mrs. Dallie Young and Mrs.
C. P. McGregor.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Reese and
two children of Corpus Christi, were
week-end guests of his mother, Mrs.
Annie Reese. They were joined Sun-
day by a sister and family, Mr. and
Mrs, Wayland Hughes and two chil-
dren of A. M. College.
Mrs. Grady Walston of Hearne has
been quite ill and is a patient in the
Newton Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Clifford Oxford of Buckholts
has been ill and is a patient in New-
ton Memorial Hospitail and her many
friends will be glad to know of her
Read the classified als every day.
Mr. and Mrs. Aflred Price ond aon,
Alfred, Jr., visited relatives and
friends in Waco recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Boedeker and
children of Taylor were visitors in
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Charles A. McCowan of Milano is
quite ill and a patient in the New-
ton Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Sam Newhinney of Buckholts
was in Cameron renectly.
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1 He deserves the thanks and appreciation of
everybody. He deserves it more than most
folks realize because be increased his produc-
tion by 30 per cent in five years without
enough new tools to replace the labor he lost;
/ But, American farmers are disappointed—
and they have a right to be. They expected
that the end of the war would bring them an
opportunity to replace their patched, repaired,
weary and over-worked farm implements.
Of all of our shortages, that in farm tools
and implements is the most serious.
Strikes have caused the shortages in farm
implements—strikes in steel, strikes in coal,
and strikes in the farm implement industry
’ In the steel industry alone, the production
of isteel in the ten [months following VJ day
was 19 million tons short of expectations*
enough to supply farm needs for at least five
years. Most of the decline was due to strikes;
That is why the steel industry has not been
able to catch up with the demand for new
roofing, wire, fencing, tools and all the things
of steel needed on the farm.
That is why the farmer is being penalized
through no fault of his own. This nation can-
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The Institute hmt printed m booklet STEEL SERVES THE FARMER.
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White, Jefferson B. The Cameron Herald and Centinel (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 87, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 1, 1946, newspaper, August 1, 1946; Cameron, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth577736/m1/2/: accessed July 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.