The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 99, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 2, 1958 Page: 3 of 16
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Fenneys Host Saledo Defeats Milano Eagles;
HSL Club Elects New Officers
t his Weak In Sharp
Five Generations Represented
At R. F. Linhorst Family Dinner
Five general ions were present
at a recent family dinner in the
R. F. Linhorst home. Mrs. W. D.
West. Mrs. R. F. Linhorst, Orval
Linhorst, Mrs. Bob Kilman and
Trina Kilman, 14 months old.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith have
returned to Sugarland after visit-
ing relatives here, Her mother,
Mrs. Emma Duncan accompanied
them to Sugarland for a two-week
Mr. and Mrs Frank Gamble had
as guests at a recent family dinner
and get-together all their children
and their families, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Backhaus and Linda and Paul
and Mr. and Mrs. Siefried Back-
haus and John of Rockdale. Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Gamble and Ron-
nie of Austin and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Karthauer and Kin of Bren-
Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Pope and |
her mother, Mrs. C. R. Campbell
recently visited their son and dau.
ghter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Eckermann
and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Howe
were here from Holland Sunday
to visit with the Max and E. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Duncan
visited with their daughter and
family, Mr. and Mrs W. E. Brown
and Ronnie and Lane in Belton
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Courreges,
Joyce and E. J. Jr. of Houston
and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Zybrial
and Rena of Dallas were recent
guests of their parents, Mr, and
Mrs. II. F. Sange.
Mrs. C. S. Annis. Pam and Deb-
bie of Dallas spent this week with
her Pamily, the Howard Coffman’s.
Mr. Annis will be here Sunday to
return his family home.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Gilleland,
Jr. and Duke and Steven Paul of
Houston spent Tuesday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Gil-
Mr and Mrs. Paul Green and
children of Austin were recent
visitors of relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Caffey,
Mrs. Lenza Caffey and Garland
Caffey and Mrs. Lucy Caffey. both
of Rockdale spent Wednesday in
Houston visiting with relatives.
From Texas City
By Mr*. U-nu Russell
Sunday visitors in the home of
Mr and Mrs. Alfred Fenney were
Miss Elaine Fenney and Cathy
Lange of Texas City and Rev. and
Mrs. James Gayle of Waeo.
Visitors in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Gibbs Sunday were
Mr*. Lillie Guderian of Waco,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gilbert and
children of Mexia, and Mr. Ewing
Mrs. Lillian Terry of Cameron
visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mann a
few days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hopper and
grand-daughter Chryl Ann Hopper
of Houston visited in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Russell Sunday.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson of
Cleburne visited Mr. and Mrs. Bud
Johnson Monday evening.
To ALL Cameron Locker Plant Home
Freezer & Locker Customers:
DO NOT Phone,
Just Bring or Send
Your Meat and It
Will Be Taken Care
CAMERON LOCKER PLANT
By Mrs. CurUa Miller
The Milano Eagles were defeat-
ed by Saledo Friday night in an
8 to 6 footbull game on the Milano
field. This was the fourth game
for the Milano team,
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Woods,
Miss Kathy Jeter and Miss Bever-
ly Sue Miller were house guests
this weekend in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. McKialy of Waco.
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Davidson
and daughters of Big Sandy visited
in the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Miller over the week
end. Mrs. Davidson and children
remained her for an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Pruett of
Cameron were visitors in the com-
Mrs. Kathryn Wimberly and
children, Pat and Mike of Waco,
visited in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Wimberly over the
The Milano HSL club held their
Roy Littles of Virginia Visit Here;
Sgt. Black Home From Korea Duty
first meeting recently i nthe li-
brary with 8 members and the
sponsor present. Mr.. Joe Hick-
man of Cameron has been named
club sponsor this year.
The following new officers were
elected: Carol Lcotherwood, presi-
dent; Edith Brown, vice-president;
Patsy Williams, secretary; Elaine
Davenport, treasurer; Edith Brown
reporter; Carolyn Yoakum, secre-
In other business the club col-
ors were changed to blue and
white and Mrs. Roberta Bowley
was elected honorary member.
By Mrs. S. S. Hickman
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Little of
Springfield. Virginia are visiting
her mother, Mr. W. J. Fontaine.
Mr. Little is employed at the Pen-
tagon Building in Washington, D.
Mr and Mrs. Rab White of An-
drews were weekend guests of his
mother, Mrs. Buck White.
Mrs. B. F. Stidham of Calvert
is visiting her son and daughter-
in-law Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Stidham.
Mrs. A. L. Burnett joined by
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burnett of
Cameron, were guests of relatives
in Freeport, over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crawley of
Freeport were weekend guests of
their daughter and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Hope Jamison, Jr.
Capt. Polly Atkinson of Fort
Sam Houston, San Antonio was a
weekend guest of her mother,
Mrs. W. A. Atkinson and family,
Rev. Melburn Sibley was a guest
Visitors attending Sunday morn-
ing church services at the local
church, were Mr. and Mrs. Mal-
colm Marion of Seguin, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Glenn and son, Bob-
by and friend Miss Janice Cowan
Mrs. E. B. Yager and Mrs. Al-
bert Dorner were Marlin visitors
Mrs. Julian Burnett has returned
I home from the Newton hospital
! and is improving nicely.
M-Sgt. Frank Black, son of Mr.
| and Mrs. Dewey Black flew from
i California to Fort Worth Friday
: and was met by his father and
___11 Charles Burnett. Frank spent 18
i months in Korea. He will spend a
30 day furlough with his parents
before reporting to Camp Polk,
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And those recipes you bake will turn out
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So look for Robin Hood Flour in the bright,
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Joe Hauks Host
By Mrs. J. A. Blasienz
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Hauk have been Mr. and Mrs.
John Garrett of Ft. Worth, Mr.
and Mrs. Tim Mitchell, Bobby
Garrett, and Billy Hauk of Bryan,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schultz,
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mayer were
in Waco on business Wednesday
and while there visited their daugh-
ter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
By Mr*. A. T. Swaiuy
Tell phone VOS-2351
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Swanzy and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Strickler at-
tended the Strickler Reunion at
Shelby, Texas last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sweet and Bil-
ly of Nordheim were visitors at
Cameron, Jones Prairie and Ben
Arnold over the weekend.
Leland Burnett. Carolyn and
David and Wm. Sweet spent last
week in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. T. Swanzy and family while
Mrs. Leland Burnett is a patient
at St. Edwards hospital, following
A. T. Swanzy is a patient at
Newton Memorial Hospital with an
Cameron, Texan’ Herald, Oct. 2. 1958
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Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Braden,
and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Russell
of Waco visited in the Otto Mayer
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wilson and
Suzanne of Bryan, and Roger
Blasienz, and Ralph Brown of Wa-
co have been guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J., A. Blasienz.
Robert Skupin and 3 friends
from A&M College visited his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Skupin
enroute home from Dallas Where
they attended the A&M—Texas
Sharon, Donnie, and Joy Swan,
ry *|x-nt Sunday afternoon in the
home of Mr and Mrs. Sonny Dor-
ncr and family.
Mrs. Charlie Nolte and Sonny
hate moved into their new home
in Ben Arnold.
Mrs. Nettie Buffinton and Mrs.
D Scarborough of Bryan visited
friends here last week
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Collins and
Cathy of Clarkson and H. J. Fol-
schinsky of Cameron were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Aig-
Mr. and Mrs August Boecker
and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dor-
ner, Sr. of Burlington and Mr. and
Mrs, Fred Foschinsky were Son-
day night guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Shade Yum Cattle
Research work done in Californ-
ia indicates that additional cattie
gains may be expected when cat-
tle in feedlots are given shade.
U. D. Thompson, extension animal
husbandman, telvves the res* trcli
findings would also have some ap-
plications to cattle on pastures or
ranges. One of the best shade ma-
terials studied was brush arbors.
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Luecke, Frank M. The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 99, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 2, 1958, newspaper, October 2, 1958; Cameron, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth577974/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.