The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 106, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 19, 1965 Page: 4 of 12
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|»air* I tAMKRON, TEX VS' HKIUU>. M 19. I»«5
7sth - Nth T ears
City Park, Cameron, was the
scene n( a birthday celebration,
Sunday. August 15, for two sets
of twmv Beulah Turney from
Hanover and Kula Fisher from
Hamilton, both 7Ji years old and
danett Cox and Annett Cox. both
it years old. and the daughters
ol Mr and Mr s Kiehard Cox Jr
from ’iempk* The Cox children
are great grandchildren ol hula
Attending the celebration were
Mr. and Mrs J. K Miller, Son
Antonio, LI and Mrs Herb H<
sem i ans Jr.. New Haven. Conn .
Mr and Mrs Euly Ashcrait, Aca-
demy. Mr and Mrs Will David-
son liuett, M L Miller. Cameron,
LIFT THE TAB FOV
THIS IS THE ONE
MRS. MARGARET GIFFORD
ENTERTAINS T And C CLUB
Marilyn Smith. Peggy Smith and
Angela Smith of Rogers Mr. and
Mrs. Bryan Moore, Hamilton. Mil-
lie Davis and Mr and Mrs R. I
Also Mr and Mrs Charlie Fish
er, Academy. Mr and Mrs F.
M Fisher and Kristy and Jerri,
Carefree. Ariz . Klvon Jerald Mil
ler. College Station. Mr» Vdriun
Miller and Jacqtie and Cliff. Bry-
an. Mr and Mrs. Richard Cox Jr
and Jnnett, Annett. James and
Wayne, Temple, Mr and Mrs (!
1. Monre and Mr. and Mrs H
H Wiggins, Dallas. Mr and Mrs
Okie Malone, Cameron.
Lois Milleri Mr and Mrs. Col-
lier Blatk. Dwayne Black and .Tal k-
ie Sledge of. Bryan. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Pulley. Dallas. Otis Fish-
er. Hamilton, Mr and Mrs. H.
L. Davidson, Huntsville, Mr. and
Mrs J. K Fisher. Karen and
Anita, Temple, Mr and Mrs Wil-
bur Stumbaugh and Mike and Har-
ry. Newark. Tex.. Mr and Mrs
Deward Miller, Lufkin. Mr. and
Mrs James Billingsley and Mary
Alice and it J.. Hamilton, Mrs.
Marion Norris, Donna. Linda, Su-
sie and Dale, China prinss. Tex .
Mr and Mrs Terry Corbin. Cam-
eron. Steve Malone and Dolores
Tepera. Bryan, Mrs. J D Turney,
Hanover. Mike Malone. Cameron.
Glaser Family Has
Reunion Here Sun.
The descendants ol the late Mr.
and Mrs August Glaser held then-
second annual family reunion at
National Hal! in Cameron on Aug-
Of the eight surviving children,
seven were present They were
Otto Glaser. Albert Glaser, Willie
Glaser, leo Glaser and Robert
Glaser of Cameron, Herman Gla
ser of Buckholts and Then Glaser
of Mart. Tex A basket lunch was
served at noon.
Officers for the coming year
were elected as follows: Joe Gla-
ser of Buckholts as Chairman;
James T Terry of Cameron as
Secretary: and Franklin Glaser ol
Cameron as Treasurer. It was vot-
ed to hold the next reunion on
the third Sunday in August of next
Mrs Margaret Let* Gifford en-
tertained memtieri of the Town
and Country Club at hei coun-
The program began with recrea-
tion in which Mrs Isie Yount
;> From C ounty To
Km*ivi» BA Degrees
Throe Milam County students
are candidates tor Bachelor of
Business Administration degrees
Aug 2H from the University of
Carroll Wayne Glaser of Buck-
holts, Arthur Thomas Hoffscn of
Hi si N. Central. Cameron, and Dan-
iel Calvin Drummond Jr of Rt
3, Rockdale will receive their di
grees at the end of the summer
spssii n No public exercises will
and Mrs. Imogens
awarded the prizes
Following a short business se..-
sion. Mrs Fisher assisted by Mr
Norma Caffey presonded a demon-
stration on making bathroom de-
coration Mrs Yount passed out
patterns for pixie doll dresses lo
he made before the next meeiin:
when she will demonstrate mak-
ing pixie dolls for the grot p.
Mrs Gifford served a dip, Fol-
ios, salted mils, German Choco-
late Cake, punch and iced tea to
Mines Audrey Bruno. Nell Butts,
Norma Caffey, Isie Yount, L a-
notte Tucker. Bertha Smith, Imo-
gens Fisher, Lois Collins Nora
Survant and Myrtle F o r b e a
Guests of the Club present were:
Mrs Kva Loeklin and Effie Cat
Mrs Forbes will host the Club
on Thursday. Aug. :tfi.
Mr and Mrs. Porter Young and
child! on moved to Paris. Tex.,
last weekend where Mr Tining
will be associated with the Paris
radio station. A recent farewell
The Milam County Baptist As-
sociation will hotel Its annual Youth
Rally August 23 at the Meadow-
brook Baptist Church in Rockdale
beginning at 7 :tr a m.
Speaker (or th4 rally will be
He' Norman Ferguson. B.S.l Di-
rector for Tyler. Junior College
Guests in the home of Mrs Bob
Terry this weekend were her son.
Mr. Bol) Terry and family from
I San Antonio.
Rev. Richard Freeman and fam-
ily are vacationing with their fam-
ilies in Houston
Guests in the home of Mr and
Mrs, William North last weekend
j were Mr. and Mrs. G C. Bar-
| more and daughter, Mrs. Nor-
j man Lee. all of Houston. Mrs.
j Barmore is Mrs North's sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderson and
sons spent a long weekend in El
Paso where they were guests of
Rev and Mrs Eugene Strick-
land and children have been va-
cationing in Kerrvilie and Junc-
Rev Ferguson has had extensive
experience in working with young
people. He has the ability to in-
spire, inform and lead Ids audi-
ence to an understanding ol his
In addition to speaking, Rev.
Ferguson will entertain the group
during the fellowship and refresh-
Milam Baptist Association, is In
v-.urge of the program and issues
a special invitation to all of the
young people of Milam County to
Jim Latterly, moderator of the
There will be fellowship, r e-
freshments and entertainment for
all who attend Rev. Rafferty said.
THE PEOPLES CHOICE SINCE 1860
THE CAMERON HERALD
parly honoring the Youngs was
hos.ed by Mr and Mrs Forrest
Sapp. Mr and Mrs Chat tes M
Gregor. Mr and Mrs. Fu cue
Smitberman and Mr and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs Robert Illicit ar ■
vacationing in Amarillo and at
Tans. N. M . this week. Their
sen. Mark, who has been to Cali-
fornia with his grandparents j- in-
fit them in Amarillo for the trip
The Dana Kestenbauins and the
Gus Evans Jr. vacationed at
Padre Island last week.
New Cameron residents are Mi.
and Mrs Marvin Hag? and their
three children who have purchased
the Porter Young house. The
liaggs moved to Cameron from
Corsicana Mr Hagg is with
Texas Power and Light Co.
Visiting in the home of John
Henderson Jr this week are Mrs,
Henderson’s mother, Mrs. Lewis
MeCarroll of Rusk, anil Mr and
.luc Dean Zajicek. non <>t Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Zajicek <>t
Buckholts, will receive a
Masters of Arts Degree in
Chemistry from STSC, Ban
Marcos. Saturday, August
21. Zajicek. his wife and 2
sons, live in Thorndale where
he has been employed as
Science Instructor in Thorn-
dale Ifigh School for the
past I years.
Patients at St Edward Hospi-
Mrs. Dwight Fuchs, Mrs. T H
Coulter, Hubert Edmondson III.
Mr, Will Sims. Mrs. 11 C. Sutter.
Mr. Roy 1). Peterson, Mrs Fran
cea Stalmach, Mr. W G. Hen
son, Mrs M. A. Henrne. Mrs.
Archie Frith. Mr. Leo O'Neill, Mr.
John Senkcl, Mr. Charlie W. Kunz,
Mrs Daisy Manors. Mrs. Roy
Hertcnbarger, Mr Andrew Tome/,
Jessie Hoyie, Mrs- H. L. Key.
Mrs Lewis Vrazel, Mrs J Lo
pez. Mrs Jerry Lewis Kostroun
Jr., Mrs. Anthony D. Cole, Mrs.
Aziz Lee King.
Mrs Devereux Weeks and daugh-
ter ol Charlottesville, Va. Over-
night guests at the Henderson s
last week were Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Locke of Ponca C ity, Okta
Local Families \t
The annuel Wade Beale reunion
was held last weekend at Lake
Whitney. Attending the reunion
Dodsons ( itod For
Scr\ it c To Schools
Cameron's new Superintendent
of Si bools, I) It Di.dson and Mrs.
Dodson, were honored at a tare
well dinner in Honey Grove.
Mr. Dodson, who has been su-
perintendent of schools in Honey
Grove for eight years, was hon-
ored at a dinner given by the
board for school trustees July 24
at the Civic Center. Rayford
Stroud, board president, presented
a plaque attesting Mr Dodson’s
outstanding service to the local
Mi ami Mi ciuirl»*i
\r Ml I'TIVC.
W ude amt Value of
Dr and Mn»
,1 ,hn Martin are ,n
ttnbby Dean Wade.
He hlim attend
in tin Texan Chi-
and David Wade ol Seminole Mi.
and Mrs Harold Wmle ol t am*
eron, Mr. and Mrs W W Wade
and Danny of Merkel. Mr nml
Mrs Wilson W;ide ol Garland Mr
and Mrs. C E. Allen ol Pori I a-
Also Mr. and Mrs Wallet Ju
neil. Wanda Gail, Laurie and
Craig of Buckholts. Mr and Mrs
Nni man Ku/.el. Carla unit Jeflery
of Buckholts, Mr and Mrs. A. 11.
Hairston, John and Kathy of Cam-
eron, Mr. and Mrs Charles W
McGiegor of Cameron. Mr and
Mrs. Gary Simpkins ol Copperas
Cove, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Beale
and Mike of Pasadena and Mr
and Mrs. J. W. Beale Jr. o f
ropi attic College Homecoming
The meeting will lie ill progress
(com Aug It* uniil Aug. 21 The
II meeumin will be held in the
Rice Hotel ami is an unnuut
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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/m1/4/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.