The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 106, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 26, 1965 Page: 4 of 12
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Page I ( \MKRt»N. TEXAS' Hi ll VI I». M G. -Mi. 1%,'.
ll> Mr». It. H. I iiikc
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dennis ximank and the grandson
of Mr ami Mrs Ike Camp is
critically ill in the S<ott and White
Hospital in Temple where his ill-
ness has been diagnosed as spinal
Mrs Fred Wilson underwent
major surgery at Richards Clinic
Monday morning for the removal
of her gali bladder Her mother,
Mrs Dan Cowan, her sister, Mrs.
Tom Crimes, and her brother-in-
law . Mr < ... I n. all of
Kobstown, were here for the week-
end in order to be with her dur-
Howard Fulchet dr of Hurston
spent from Tuesday until Thors
day visiting his pandits, Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Fukher.
Sunday guests of Mr., and Mrs
Ruddy Dimmer were Mr. and Mrs
Freddie Zapaluc of Taylor
Mr and Mrs Bill Hill and fam-
ily of Amarillo s|K-nt part of their
vacation here this week with Ma-
ry Anns mother, Mrs Lillian
Garner. On Sunday morning lbil
brought tile special music at the
Baptist Church during the worship
The Rev. N 1! Moon, the area
mis-ionary of Bell and Williamson
Associations, brought t h e
morning message Sunday at th >
S.an Gabriel Baptist Church as
Rev. Parmer was at Dyess Grow
Baptist Church tit Nolonville hold-
ing a revival. Mrs Moon also
taught tlie Sunday School lesson
to the ladies of the Beacon Class.
Nell and Hugh McMillan spent
the weekend in Houston with Mr.
and Mrs David McMillan. Young
John McMillan, who had spent the
past three weeks with his grand-
parents. returned to his home with
Louis Gifford has gone to Fri-
nna for a week vacation with his
sister and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Curtis Zioschang and sons. They
went to visit Curtis’ parents, Mi-
ami Mrs Roy Zieschang.
Fall Wedding Foe
Mary Ann Newton,
Mr and Mrs Walter Oliver
Newton Jr. of Belton announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Mary Ann, to Mi John F.dgerly
Walker, son of Mr and Mrs Dex-
ter Augustus Walker of Sarasota.
Fla A fall wedding is planned.
Miss Newton has completed
work toward a Bachelor of Busi-
ness Administration degree a I
Baylor University She is employ-
ed in McGregor Mr Walker has
served in the Fnited States Air
Force, attended the University of
New Hampshire and plans to re-
sume his studies at Baylor Uni-
vorsity in the fall. He is employed
Miss Newton is the granddaugh-
ter of Mrs VV. (», Newton of Cam-
Mrs W It Newton Sr has re-
turned from Dallas where she lias
been visiting with her daughter,
Mrs William W Harvey, former-
ly Nancy Newton, and her husband
and grandchildren While there,
she attended theSuminerCommenct -
rnent Program of T exas Woman s
l.'ivnersily. Mrs Newton's alma
mater. Her daughter, Mrs Har-
vey received the Degree of Ma-
ter of Arts The title of her the-
sis was A Comparison of Voca-
tional Success in Trained and Un-
trained Male Retardates She was
accompanied to Dallas and Den-
ton by another daughter, Mrs,
Henry S Schieffer Mary New
ton , and granddaughter, Nancy
Jo, who live in Waco.
Mr. and Mrs. John Henderson
Sr. left Saturday for Washington.
D. C where they will visit their
daughter and son-in-law.
Visiting in the home of Mr. and
Mrs Larry Jensen this week are
his daughter, Karen I.aneile of
Louise, and his sisters, Joyce
C'hristene and June Sandra of
Miss Fleanor \nn Pope became
the bride of Mr. Robert Harris
Campbell in a double ring cere-
mony Saturday afternoon, Angus:
7 The bride is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs Homer Cullen Pope
ol Sharp The groom is the son
of Mr and Mrs Harris Camp-
bell of Centerville.
The Rev. George Doss read the
vow The ceremony took place in
the United Presbyterian Church
in Sharp Baskets of white glad-
iolus decorated the altar.
The bride given in marriage by
her father, wore a formal-length
gown of silk organza. It was fa-
shioned with a round neckline,
short sleeves, and a bell-shaped
skirt The bride's only jewelry
was a string of pearls, a gift of
Her shoulder-length veil fell
from a cluster of silk organza
roses. She carried a bouquet of
vvhi'e carnations centered with a
Miss Kay Campbell, sister of the
groom, was maid of honor. Mrs.
Robert Pi pe, sister-in-law of the
bride, was bridesmaid. They
wore pink peau de soie dresses
and carried single long-stemmed
As summer vacation days dwin-
dle. many Cameron students look
forward to beginning their college
careers while others will be re-
turning to colleges and univer-
sities throughout Texas lor ano-
ther year of study.
Temple Junior College will again
attract a large group from Cam-
eron including: Bobby Jones,
Johnny Smith, Mike Allison, Mel-
vin Prcvasek, Frankie Dorner.
Ronald McWilliams, Ruth A n n
Graham. Wayne Moraw, Dennis
Moravv, R. L. Mikulec, John Mc-
Claren, Barbara McClaren, Jean
McLerran, Linda Weems, Danny
Thweatt, L. J. Matula. Phil Kanes
and Clifford Meeks.
Cameron students at Baylor will
be Peggy Schiller, Lee Burt Rob-
inson, Johnny Springer, Bill Kil-
gore, Bit, Looney and Carol Ann
| Unrolled at the University- of
Texas are Mike Perrin, Jon Zc-
hsko JoAnn Anderson, Dick Pon-
; der, Merlin Lester, Donna DuBois,
Rebecca Harden and David Mun-
Heading for San Marcos and
SWTC in September wil be Patti
Hightower. Margaret Nance, Mike
Mikula, Mary Beth Nance, Bill
Owens, Cathy Grimes and Karen
Cameron students at Sam Hous-
[ ton in Huntsville will be: Larry
! Paul Manley, Tom Moody, Robert
I Mann. Ann Bowman Mann, Carroll
| Richter, Pat Titsworth. Jimmy
! Woocium, Robert Woodum, Carol
< Terry, Dorcas Ann Smith, Nelda
Mr John Pechacek was the best
man Mr Julian Pope, brother of
the bride was noomsman, Ushers
were Mr Robert Pope, brother of
the bride, and Mr. Troy Nutt.
Mrs. Dan Jenkins furnished mu-
sic before and during the cere-
\ reception was held in the
church annex following the cere-
The bride's tabic, laid with a
helve lace cloth, held the three-
tiered cake and the punch bowl
Mrs Fdvvord l.illey cut the cake
and Miss Jean Kubiak served the
Miss Carolyn Pope and Miss
Margaret Ann Pope, cousins of the
bride, registered the guests
The bride is a graduate of Sam
Houston State College where she
was a member of ACE, TSF.A,
and Kappa Delta Pi She was
an honor graduate of Sharp High
School and attended Blinn College
The groom is a graduate of Blinn
College and of Sam Houston State
The couple will make their home
in Houston where both are employ-
ed by the Cypress-Fairbanks In-
dependent School District.
Parker Summers, Joyce Terry.
Making the long trip to Texas
Tech in Lubbock will he Jolenc
Wied_ Gladys Humplik, Lawrence
Laffere, Peggy Mann Gilbreath
and Raymond Batla.
Texas Christian University has j
enrolled Jane Monroe, Ernest j
Bayer and Lunelle Darby. Texas :
A&M University students will in-
dude Johnny Richter, Ernest Vo- j
gelsang and Albert Horelica.
Carol Ann Wilson, Barbara j
Woodum, Danny Buttrey, Mike
McDaniels and Carroll Kikes will \
attend North Texas University. Al- I
so in Denton will be Pam Neely j
who will enroll at Texas Womans
Morris Morgan and Karl Mor-
gan will attend Arlington Stale
and at the University of Houston j
will he Mike Rice, .Foe Harbor, j
Larry Schiller and Cecil Arnold. |
Donald Swanzy, Marsha Del!
Seibman and John Roskosky plan
to return to Blinn Junior College
and John Gregory, LaTrelle Cow-
are and Joyce Smalley are regis-
tered at Howard Payne.
Bob Dymke will return to John
Tarlelon Pam Green to Stephen
F. Austin College, Suzanne Lipp-
man to Trinity University, Becky
Graham to Abilene Christian Col-
lege and LaNelle Rogers to Mary
Judson Smith plans to enter
Schreiner Institute at Kerrville !
and James Ray Fikes will attend |
Gainesville Junior College.
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Ropers Pep Squad
Meets Monday Nitfhl
The Rogers High School Pep
Squad vvill have their first meet-
ing in the school gymnasium at
7:30 p.m August 30.
Cheerleaders are Nancy Dub-
cak, Judy Lemmons. Shirley Har-
per and Louann Skrabanek. The
sponsor is Miss Brenda Hatcher.
In lbO’i there were 30.C0O elec-
tric trolley cars in the I S.
77 DRIVE IN
Fri.. & Sat., Aug. 27-28
“SERGEANT I)E \DHEAD"
Frankie Avalon, Deborah
“KISS ME STtTID”
Dean Martin, Kim Novak
Sun.. & Mon., Aug. 29-30
Elk a Sommers
“A Shot In The Dark"
Sat. 2:00 p.m. ONLY ]
“The Lost World of Sinbad"
Sun. 2:00 p.m. Only
Next Fri. & Sat.
Hi* ky Nelson
LOVE K KISSES
By Mm. W. Schwarz
Howard Lindhorst, a former
resident of this community, passed
away in a veteran's hospital in
Walla Walla. Wash, after a len -
thy illness. He was buried in Ore-
Mrs. Charlie Britton of Hobs-
town is visiting relatives here
and in Cameron.
Sunday dinner guests with Mrs.
Wavy and Odell Charles were
Mr. and Mrs. Enzell McBurnett
and son Tted, Mrs W P
Elroy and son Joe ail of Corpus
Christi, Mrs. Britton of Rohstown
and Mrs. Ethel McBurnett and
Mr. and Mrs. K C Brown ac-
companied their son, Bill Brown,
and family to Lubbock where they
spent several days witli Mr. and
Mis Th mas Gaetz and children.
Mr and Mrs. James Schwarz
and children Diane, Duane and
Dale, spent Saturday night in the
Willie Schwarz home. They wen-
on their way home in New Braun-
fels after spending the summer in
Emporia, Kan., where James at-
Lewis Modesette spent Sunday
in Austin with his son, Mr. and
Mrs Carroll Modesette and Dan-
Mr. and Mrs. Lenza Caffey
spent a while Sunday witli Mrs.
Mamie Duncan of Rockdale.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Davis aro
visiting with their son Dan in Abi-
Mrs. Cora Williams of San An-
tonio was a recent visitor in the
Larry Laffere of Thorwlale is
visiting this week with Ids grand-
mother, Mrs Annie Abel.
Clay and Richard Dark of Aina
rillo have been visiting Mr. ana
Mrs. Henry Abel and tamily Hen-
ry Jr returned home with them
for a weeks visit
David Laffere had surgery Sun-
day afternoon in Richards ('linn
Hospital in Rockdale.
Mr. anil Mrs. Ray Green anil
Mr and Mrs. Hoy Green were
in Austin Sunday visiting Mrs. Bil-
lie Green, a patient in Seton
Mr. and Mrs D. c Drummond
spent the weekend in Houston
Mr and Mrs. T. R. Romine,
Mrs Anna Hodge of Houston and
Mrs. Edna Buffington of Camer-
on were Sunday visitors with Mrs
K .J Rir.n. Elmer and Norma.
Miss Rrenok - Vansa
To Marry Sept. I
Mr. John E. Brenek of Temple
has announced the eng 'gement (if
his daughter Dorothy to Adolph
Vansa, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Vansa of Buckholts.
The future bride is a graduate
of Temple High School and the
prospective bridegroom is a gra-
duate ol Yoe High Schiol. He is
employed in Cameron.
The couple will lie married Sep
(ember -f at St. Mary's Catholic
Chuich in Temple.
Hippopotamus ivory is denser !
and whiter than elephant ivory, j
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$2.50 Kink Side Lower Balcony
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SUNDAY, SEPT. 12
DINNER and SUPPER 81.00 PLATE
Fried Chicken, Sausage and all the trimmings
Entertainment: Bingo. Country Store and Czech
BIG AUCTION IN HIE AFTERNOON
DANCE AT NIGHT Music by Craze I Polka Hand
In case of rain postponed to the following Sunday
Store Hours Monday thru Friday f» to 5:30, Sat. 9 to 7
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Luecke, Frank M. The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 106, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 26, 1965, newspaper, August 26, 1965; Cameron, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth578268/m1/4/: accessed November 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.