The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 106, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 19, 1965 Page: 3 of 12
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hours, otelia Barker, 5th grade,
Mary B. Butte, Soc Studies. Hen-
rietta Iturkes, Lang. Arts; Mary
Jean Edmonds, Lang. Arts. Bar-
bara Hughes. Lang Arts; Hubert
Maler Science; Frunces Wise,
New on the faculty at Yoe High
School are Harrison McLerran, for
mer teacher in Ada Henderson,
Counselor; Clayton Hiddersperger,
formerly of Nacogdoches, Math,
and Wilson Elliott, Coach and
Science-Speech Returning teach-
ers are: Barbara Burke, Commer-
cial-Jour. : Francis Cox, B a n d-
Choral: Patsy Kdnionds, Home-
making. W. M Forehand, Eng-
ligh Spanish Dorothy Foster. Eng-
lish. Ken Fuqua, Math-Science;
Louise Green. Commercial-Jour.;
Alice Hughes, Homemaking; Lou-
ise Jamison, Librarian; Fred
Johns, Math-Science; George Kirk,
Coach-Soc. Studies; Emma McDer-
mott, Soc. Studies: Henviem McIn-
tosh. English-Latin; Patsy Nance.
Science; Herbert Sims, Ind Arts-
Math; Ada Margaret Smith, Soc.
Studies; Cornelius Titsworth, Ag.;
Daliie Young, Girls P. E.
Cleveland Sanders Jr. is the on-
ly new teacher at O. J, Thomas
this year. Others on the faculty
are Rubye Lee Turner, Spec.
Ed.; Carrie Lee Milligan and M.
L. Wilhite, 1st grade; Juanita
Burton and Julia Hodge, 2nd
grade Courtney Nelson and Ann-
ie L Lankford, 3rd grade Claud-
ell Madison, 5th grade and Band;
I Ella Lee Wilkerson. 5th grade;
Ozella Morton, tith grade: Susie
B. Booker, 7th grade and typing;
Cecil K. \nderson and Janies Pet-
ty, Hth grade; Edward L. Aycox,
Coach, Math. Science; Willie Jean
Anderson, Lang. Arts; Myrtle iC.
Kelley, Homemaking; Dussie S.
! Poole. Agric.
Supt Dodson said they stiil need
a special educatiin teacher at Yoe
High School and an elementary
teacher and high school social
studies teacher at O. J. Thomas.
Mrs. Dorothy Laffere will re-
turn as secretary in Yoe High
School and Mrs. Viola Wried will
return as secretary in the Supt.'s
Lunchroom personnel will in-
clude Inez Angell, Supervisor;
Connie Cannon, Velma Coward,
Agnes Hollas, Alyne Roznos and
Dorothy Colbert, OJT.
Bus drivers will be: J. A Pro-
vasek. Supervisor-Driver: Mitchel
Chancey, E. P. Hollas, T. J. Kirk,
S. W. MeClaren Jr., R I) Prn-
vasek, Austin Banks, J. A. Petty,
Julius Whiteside and I). M Price.
The custodial personnel will in-
clude Herman Juergens. super-
visor, Leonard Baldwin, Floyd D.
Dodson and Lolo Balboa. Custo-
dians at OJT will be Tommie
Canady, Artie Wilson Sr. and Al-
By Mrs. J. A. Blasienz
Mrs. Agnes Kiswetter and child-
ren and Bobby, Jeanie and Marie
! Strickier of Houston and Mrs,
; Rose Mary Goode of Halletsville
i Have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
\ Olto Mayer and sons
Mr. and Mrs. James Krnst of
Houston spent Monday through
Friday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Ernst,
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Kohring
and daughter Paula of Irving and
Mr. and Mrs Fred Starns of Cam-
eron have been visiting Mr and
Mrs Alfred Kohring and other
relatives here recently.
Mrs Johnnie Pitrucha and child-
ren, John Wayne and Linda Dar-
nell spent last weekend with her
mother, Mrs. Lula Bell Andrews,
and family in Lott.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Ludwig
and daughters of Arlington were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gorman
McQueen the past weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. C F.. Richard-
son and children of Fort Worth
visited her mother. Mrs. V. I).
Dodd, and Mr. and Mrs George
Dodd and family the past week-
Several ladies from Clarkson at-
tended a hridal shower honoring
Miss Melba Sue Weidner, bride-
elect of Johnnie Lanicek. at D.
I Brown Library in Rosebud Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Skala and
son Kelvin and Darlene Casey
were visitors at Six Flags Over
Texas on Tuesday They alsp vi-
sited Mrs Skala s sister and her
husband. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mrs. J. A Blasienz spent Fri-
day night with Mrs. L L Chap-
man in Rosebud.
Mrs. Joe Hank and Mrs Amos
I Doskocil and Paul Hauk of Bryan
visited relatives in Durant, Okla.
I over the weekend.
Jones Prairie -
Bv Mrs. K K Fontaine
Rev and Mrs Walter Black and
children of Houston were woek-
I end guests of her sister in Cam-
eron Mr and Mrs Lester Turn-
, er They also visited their* fa-
ther. Mr Farl Pool, and Little
River Baptist Church services
Miss Louise Jamison visited
friends and relatives in Orange,
l Hoifeion and Feerport this wee*.
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Luecke, Frank M. The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 106, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 19, 1965, newspaper, August 19, 1965; Cameron, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth577804/m1/3/: accessed July 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.