The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 82, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 13, 1954 Page: 4 of 22
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4—ROCKDALE (Tex.) REPORTER
Dallas Banker Is
| Lexington Hijfti School’s year end
'iriiL'nm h:<rl not hern romnloted
Members ot the KocKctaie cnam-
program had not been completed
I earlier this week, but is scheduled
i to l«. amwiiinccH at a later date.
ber of Commerce and their guests I by "The Hayseed Four," a group 01 j k‘ke most area schools it is tena-
wero told here Thursday that the musicians composed of Kenny Har- tivHy set tor the I..- k in May.
f. :eat» unexplored frontier lies in ris, Gordon Harris, Billy Dessens The Lee County School lists 15
the training of people to live to- and Wayne Desserts. [graduation hopefuls and has an-
gether. Making the statement was Toastmaster for the night was nounced that Dorothy Jean Froach
Dr. Arthur A. S;t th, guest speak- ! the Rev. K. H Campbell. The In- is the class Valedictorian and
or at the first annual banquet of vocation was given by the Rev j Bruce Heat is the 1954 Salututor-
the Chamber. S. Burton Smith and William H. ian.
Smith stated that our big c ities, I Shepard introduced visiting guests j Candidates for graduation at
sc hools, churches, businesses, etc. I Campbell introduced Dr. Smith Lexington are Dorothy Jean Frosch
"an rear', ion to material prog-'and George Brcdt presented the Willadene Locklin, Bobby Gene
officers of the organization and Thomas, Carl Gould, Kiln Mae
also introduced past directors on Guthrie, Leroy Schulz, Bruce Reat,
the retired list. i Elbert Ahrendt, Barkley Pound* rs,
Mrs. J. F„ Pederson entertained Krle Ahrendt, Session Pounders,
at the Hammond Organ. |Gloria Joy Gilkdand, Julius Bostic,
I Officers introduced by Bredt fluby Lee Lindemann and Curtis
I were T. B Ryan, president; R. E. B'vstic.
! Fritz, first vice president; George . * .........~
Bredt, second vice president; Sam ALFORD
Peebles, treasurer; Hov. K. H. j (Continued From Page One>
C ampbell. Clyde t rankhn. Dr. r. < • I precinct as cornmis; inner as I feel
Cl 1 e< 'If.y* Helmei, C \V : | t ndor a real service to my
less”. “Mcientists brought it all, but
they haven’t done much to change
human behavior", he said.
Smith, a vice president of the
First National Bank of Dallas, did
not place the blame on America's
famous scientists but said that it
is a challenge to the people.
The banking executive pointed
out the Aluminum Company of
America's Rockdale Works as a
specialist in the field of aluminum
producti and asserted that ;*we ring, W. F. Saage, John M Weed, ^pie' inThiaVffk’c.'
live in an age of specialists. We *•- —• * « u----- —* —
have grown to depend on each
other, but the greatest unexplored
frontier lies in training people to
In reference to the Alcoa plant
Smith stated, "you (Rockdale)
haven’t felt the impact of the
plant yet and I predict for you a
very fine future.”
The approximately 150 persons 17 Milam Men
in attendance from Rockdale,
Bryan, Bremond, Austin, Hearne,
Lexington, Cameron, Milano,
Thorndale, Caldwell, Temple, Kil-
Sr., and J. R. Yeager, directors. «.j jKiV(. had some experience in
Retired directors who were credit- n,.id buiklint, | havv worked
i- i with assistance ^ in ^drganiziiig^ )(1| highway contractors at differ-
ent periods of time and was em-
ployed for a considerable length
of time by former commissioner
Chamber were W H. Cooke,
Dillon, Alex McLeod, Louis G.
Gcst, A. A. Goehler, Boswell New-
ton and William II. Shepard.
Draft Board Lists
As April Registrants
Sharp Senior Class
To Make Senior
Day Trip Friday
The following 111 year old men
registered with Local Board No. 92
in Cameron, Texas during the
month of April;
Billy Ray White, Minerva; James
Charles Shorts, Baileyville; I,. O.
Moore, Gausc; Henry Clyde
Knights, Cameron; Lcland Wesley
... Taylor, Buekholts; Richard Clifton
The Senior C.asx of Sharp high Jenness Cameron; Charles Doug-
school and their sponsors will leave las Donaho> Burlington; Hubert
Shaip 1'i'iciay moiiung on the an- Edward Debose, Cameron; Edwin
m.al senior trip. 1 no trip this year Ta Thorndale; George Leroy Ab-
v, :ll be made to the Lazy H Dude ,der Cameron; jamcs Edward
R;mt;h mar Kerrvillc, Texas I Nealy, Davilla; John Louis Ha f ley,
Those makmg the- trip are Way- Gause; BiUy Aloruo, Rockdale;
rr Doskocil, rhomas Dodd, Bobby ; Ge0rge Edward Rivers, Rockdale;
Lawrence, John Bobert ^-affey, | j;,mes Odell Angell, Cameron; Jas-
Jimmie Lee Love, Mr. and Mrs. pr Lee Pinkston, Maysfield; Elvis
Marvin Weido and Mr. and Mrs. i j^arrjs Rockdale
D. E Hine, the senior class spoil- 1 ’ ‘___
Expenses for the trip will beTak- SALES COURSE
en from the Senior class fund, (Continued From Page Orel
which the member? of the class pass out materials. All attending
have raised in the last two years. I will have a complete record of the
Transportation to the ranch will j course when finished,
be t ■ by At >r\ n Weido and i The course was recommended by
D. E. Hine. j the Chamber’s Retail Activities
Tin group will return to Sharp some months ago at which time ar-
Surnlay night, which wil mark the rangements were made with the
end of 1953-54 Senior trip. j University.
A Safe Car Pays
- - THESE WAYS
1. When you drive a SAFE car, you
concentrate on DRIVING—not on an-
noying, perilous defects in car per-
formance. 2. You actually SAVE
MONEY on a car that’s kept in tip-
top shape. Drive up for safety, NOW.
Good Service BUILT Our Business
Night & Sunday
5550 - 5746
of this precinct. I feel that I would
be able'to maintain an economical
administration of the county af-
fairs and see that the county gets
a full dollar’s worth for each dol-
lar spent. Our taxes are very high
and it is vitally necessary that they
are spent with caution and care.
“it 1 am elected I promise that!
one of my chief endeavors will be
to keep open at all time the mail
routes and school bus routes of my
precinct. These are vitally neces-
sary to the everyday life of our
people and especially our school
"If I am elected I promise that
every cart of the precinct will re-
ceive the same careful considera-
tion as any other part of the pre-
cinct. It will be first obligation to
see that all roads are Maintained
in the best manner possible with
the funds available.
"I promise that if I am elected
I will work with the other com-
missioners and the highway de-
partment in promoting farm-to-
rnarket roads just as fast as they
can be built.
"It will be my aim to sec every
voter in this precinct and present
my candidacy to them. Until I j
get to see you personally this is j
an invitation for you to consider
what 1 have to offer and if you!
agree with me give me your vote;
in the july primary. Any support
or help yod will give me will be
deeply appreciated and 1 promise
if elected to give you the best ser-
vice within my power.”
(Continued Trom Page One)
for the support, of the people Al-
I len said, "I api especially anxious
to have the people of the county
know how grateful I am to them
l'or their kindness and for having
elected me to this office. If re-
elected I shall do my utmost to
merit their confidence.
Mr. Allen is active as a frater-
nalist and as a church and chic
leader. He has devoted his-efforts
to his job and appreciated the co-
operation of all the officials, the
bar and the public.
In the coming weeks prior to the
election he plans to see and talk
with as many people as possible
and will appreciate all of the votes
cast in the corning primary.
His pledge of oft ice will be to
.strive to approximate the ideals ol'
service that have been the demand
of the people, for honesty, efficien-
cy and loyalty as a public servant.
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Cooke, W. H. The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 82, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 13, 1954, newspaper, May 13, 1954; Rockdale, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth694586/m1/4/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.