Věstník (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 39, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 2, 1985 Page: 4 of 16
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4/VĚSTNÍK—Wednesday, October 2, 19S5
Lodge 66 Celebrates
Our meeting was held Sunday,
September 15th. There were 64
members present to help enjoy our
covered dish meal in celebration of our
lodge’s anniversary. Aiso, a lovely
decorated cake was enjoyed.
President Orsag called our meeting
to order at 2:30 p.m. Flags were
presented by Chris Owen and Bili
Warren with everyone reciting the
pledge and lodge motto.
Everyone remained standing for a
moment of silent prayer for our
deceased Brother Emil Barak.
There were two visitors present,
Carolyn Pendly and Marie Plunkett.
Thank you ladies for coming, please
feel free to come back to see us, again.
Ail officers were present. Minutes
were then read and approved after a
Sister Pruitt then read
correspondence from the Supreme
Lodge, Elm Mott Volunteer Fire
Department, and the Simmons
The fire department was asking for a
donation. Everyone voted to give $100
to the Elm Mott volunteers from the
Brother Emil Hanuš came forward
to thank everyone for their calís,
cards, visits and prayers while he was
in the hospital.
Brother Shilling diseussed the Board
meeting íhat was held. He aiso noted
that the books had been audited for
the second quarter and that they were
in good shape.
Our youth leader then gave her
report. She reported there was one new
member, Melissa Owen. The youth
will be making Halloween masks for
their project for the October meeting.
Dooř prize winners were Donna
Stanislav and Kathy Warren. There
was a discussion about the youth club
and the cake walks they háve as money
- making projects.
Sister Parma thanked everyone who
works at bingo and those who savé
aluminum cans. This is a source of
raising money for the Trust Fund. The
lodge presented her with a check for
Sister Shilling reported that a band
would audition for everyone after our
meeting. She aiso asked the members
to bring a dessert to our October
meeting. For the District III fall
meeting they would be serving Lasagna
and the trimmings.
Thank you notes were read by Sister
Jeanette Smith from Jeff Warhol and
Mrs. Emil Barak and family. She then
read the names of those recommended
by the committee. They were Dixie
Leathers, Mary Nell Barak, Clinton
and Katherine York and Linda
Steinhouser. A motion was made and
passed to give the following:
$100 to Mary Barak
$100 to Linda Steinhouser
$50 to Dixie Leathers
$50 to the Yorks
There will aiso be a pounding at the
next meeting for the Yorks. Members
are asked to bring canned goods or
whatever they want. The Yorks lost all
their belongings in a house fire.
The Cheer Committee reported
sen ding get well cards to Emil Hanuš,
Emil Barak, Linda Steinhouser and
Mrs. Lee Reich. Sympathy cards were
sent ío Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Hykel, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Kofnovec and Mrs.
The following new members were
accepted: Misty L. Clark, Marvin A
Nors and Barry R. Meier. Additional
insurance by Jack C. Wilkinson. We
aiso would Iike to wefcome the
following transferees ío our lodge:
Ltilie, Gregory, Johnny, Jr., Mary and
John R. Kofnovec. Hope to see you all
at our meetings.
A resolution of sympathy was read
by Sister Darlene Engelke in
remembranče of our deceased Brother
Under unfinished business a
coilection was taken up from among
the members for the Family Abuse
Center. A total of $50 was taken up.
Our domino tournament winners
were Otis and Emma Česka playing
“42.” Runners - up were Weldon and
Rose Galler. “Straight” domino
winners were Ray Orsag and George
Pauling. Runners - up were Ruby
Orsag and Leona Nors. Some of the
ladies would bring snacks for everyone
Under new business Brother
Gaidusek mentioned that there isn’t
anyone operating the kitchen Saturday
nights. Anyone interested should get in
touch with an officer os member of the
It was suggested that the lodge hold
a sociál once a month for the members
to enjoy. It was agreed that the sociál
would be held on the second Friday of
each month. If something would
conflict with this, the sociál would be
re - scheduled.
Our dooř prize winner was Sister
Those having birthdays in
September were Ruby Orsag, Annie
Hanuš, Mary Vrana, Dillon Locke,
Michael Warren, Tony Glater, Silas
Smith, Ira Niswanger and Jessie
Our next meeting will be October
20th. We would Iike to see some new
ťaces at our meetings. Everyone has
busy schedules, but try to rnake plans
to attend a meeting, who knows, you
may find it interesting. You will aiso
enjoy our little get - together
afterwards. See you in October.
Lodge 80, Holland
Glen Latham is reading the minutes
and reports while Vice President Adeli
Horeiica is listen ing.
I was going to write a few notes last
night (Monday) to the Vestnik to let
the members and friends know how we
are doing here at Holland, but I had a
hurting in my back, so Lam writing
this Tuesday morning. This ailment in
my back is what my father ušed to call
“huser.” After using a vibrátor and
rubbing my back with some Watkins
A group picture taken at our Lodge 80 August meeting. L to R: Supreme Lodge
Secretary Treasurer Leonard Mikeska [guest], Reporíer Honorary President
Joe Barabas, Jr., President D.I. Bohac, Vice President Adeli Horeiica, Financial
Secretary Glenda Liles, and Secretary/Treasurer Glen Latham.
product, iťs better; so much about my
We held our regular monthly
meeting Sunday, September 8, at 2
p.m. Brother Bohac, our president,
called the meeting to order and asked
all to stand to recite the Pledge of
Allegiance and to remain standing for
a moment in memory of our deceased
Roli call of officers showed all
Next, Brother Latham read the
minutes from the August meeting. The
minutes were approved as read; he aiso
gave the financial report for the
various departments which was
Yours truly had an old minuté book
of SPJST Lodge 80 at our meeting. I
would Iike to quote the minutes taken
at their meeting Sunday, August 13,
1910. For the information of Lodge 80
members in the above - mentioned
minutes was an item that was
diseussed. It was the National Czech
Cemetery near the SPJST Halí here at
Holland. At this meeting the members
decided to purcháse 2 acres of iand
from a Mr. Gotcher. Here was the
transaction for the land:
Pd. Mr. Gotcher for land - - $200.00
Pd. Mr. Romberg surveying land
Telephone Calls -...... .70
Interest on Notě.......$1.25
Aiso at this meeting they diseussed
what they were to name the cemetery;
two names were suggested, Slavonic
Cemetery and SPJST National
Cemetery. After a voice vote taken, it
was named SPJST National Cemetery.
(This was one of the items taken care
of at their meeting held August 13,
1910. These minutes were written by
my father - in - law, Mr. J.R. Woytek,
secretary; Martin Martinets,
Frarikie Pajestka, Jr. and I
represented Lodge 80 at the domino
tournament at Lodge 87 in Temple*
We did not win a trophy, but we
enjoyed the game and good
fellowship; we left before the
tournament was over so we don’t
know which lodge was the winner.
In other news from these parts, the
crops are all gathered, milo, corn and
cotton made very good yields; the
wheat ,was damaged by růst to some
extent; only the prices were not so
good. We are in need of a good rain.
We accepted two new members at
Lodge 80; námely, James Strmiska
and Melissa Tailler.
Donations from Lodge 80 went to:
Holland Hi Cheerleaders - $50
KJT No. 28, Granger - - - -$24
Joe Barabas, Jr., Reportér
Lodge 72 Sets Dáte
For Meeting - Sociál
Dear Vestnik Readers:
Lodge 72, Camerón will háve a
meeting and sociál November 3 at the
Charles Bedřich’s home.
The meeting will start at 1 p.m.
foliowed by a covered dish sociál.
Our lodge will provide the meat and
drinks. Each family is asked to bring a
Katherine Bedřich, Secy.
Lodge 92, Ft. Worth
The excitement and celebration of
our Lodge’s 75th anniversary are a
memory now, but a word of thanks to
all who came to help us celebrate is
certainly in order. More than 750 were
in attendance for the two days’
celebration, and many who had not
been to their lodge home in many,
many years found old friendships
renewed, and the sense of togetherness
was good to feel.
It was a joy to pian for this
celebration -- we had 23 volunteer
members on the committee, and all
were responsible for the hard work and
preparations that went on behind the
scenes. The souvenir program listed
each of their names in a particular
subcommittee, but Tm glad to report
that all, at one time or another,
stepped in to help out wherever there
was a need. Their names are:
- Albert and Helen Kubala, Mike
Youth Program ~ Gordon and
Czech Costume/Early Dress
Fashion Show ~ Clara Cohen and
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Sefcik, R. J. Věstník (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 39, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 2, 1985, newspaper, October 2, 1985; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth632981/m1/4/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Slovanska Podporujici Jednota Statu Texas.