Věstník (West, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 34, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 24, 1977 Page: 3 of 32
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Wednesday, August 24, 1977
Victor M. Dušek, 62, a well-
known Bila Hora resident, passed
away at 7:45 a.m. Saturday, Aug.
13th in Youens Hospital in Weimar.
Puneral Services were in CMB
Church at Vestin at 2 p.m. Mon-
day, Aug. 15th, with Rev. Henry
Beseda and Rev. Jesse Skřivanek
officiating; interment followed in
Bila Hora Cemetery. Brother Du-
šek was a member and financial
secretary of Lodge 16, Bila Hora.
David Dwayne Vrla graduated
from a summer graduating class
with honors Magna Cum Laude
of over 1,000 students at Texas
A&M University Saturday, August
13th, 1977 at College Station. He
received his BA degree in Applied
Mathematical Science and hav-
ing passed two actuarial exami-
nations at the present time. David
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frankie
B. Vrla of Dallas. In addition to
the other members of the family
include: Darrell, a freshmen at
North Texas State University, and
Frank Bob HI, a junior at Lake
Highlands High School in Dallas.
The entire family holds member-
ships at Lodge 84, Dallas.
The records of the XXIInd
SPJST Convention Chorus háve
been received. Copies are avail-
able through the distributor, Lodge
88 Chorál Group, 1435 Beall St.,
Houston, Tx 77008. The record
comes in a beautiful colored
jacket. Prices: $4.50 if locally pur-
chased; $5 by mail. Both prices
include tax. This is a recording
of the Chorus’ performance on
Wednesday evening of the last
The annual family reunion of
the Joseph and Marie Pavelka
descendants will he held Sunday,
Sept. 4th at the SPJST Lodge 35
in ELk, near Waco. Each family is
asked to bring food, as in the past;
enough for themselves and any
guests they bring. Registration will
begín before noon, with a meal
served at noon, and a short meet-
ing in the afternoon. Dancing will
be from 8 to 12 with music by the
Pavelka Orch of Robstown. The
public is invited to the dance.
FROM THE OFFICE OF THE
Dear Fellow Workers:
The sales in July were GREAT!
We made another record in in-
surance sales during our 3-month
sales eontest. During July we re-
ceived 354 applications for $1,898,-
500 of liře insurance; which gives
us a total of 1,011 applications for
$5,272,000 written during the 3-
The sales during the eontest
were great and we will announce
the winners as soon as all appli-
cations are processed.
Total sales for the first 7 months
of this year are 2,389 applications
for $11,397,515 of life insurance.
Top Sales Representatives for
the Month are:
Dist. 1 — Jacquelyn Wakefield
Dist. 2 —- Norma Anděl
Dist. 3 — Hugo Kocian
Dist. 4 — Angelině Kristinek
Dist. 5 — Birdie Hilsher
Dist. 6 —■ Matt Vaněk
Dist. 7 Roy Hranicky
Representatives in the
cation-a-Week Club are:
SALES REPRESENTAVtVE WS1KS
Representatives in the
eation-a-Month Club are:
SALES REPRESENTAT1VE MONTHS
Frank C. Sacky
J. M. Skrabanek
A. J. Bristik
AI vin Melnar
Jeanette Peter son
Lillia Mae Peter
Mrs. J. W. Krutilek
Albin F. Machu
Cheryl Smith Melson
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Sefcik, R. J. Věstník (West, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 34, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 24, 1977, newspaper, August 24, 1977; West, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth626138/m1/3/: accessed October 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Slovanska Podporujici Jednota Statu Texas.