The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 88, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 15, 1960 Page: 4 of 16
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MBS. B. D. TOXIAMS INSTALLED: **
PBESIDEHT LEGION AUXILIABY
The American Legion Auxiliary
met in regular session in the home
of Mrs. Earl Ryan Tuesday even-
The following officers were in-
stalled for the ensuing year Mrs.
Bennie D Williams, president
Mrs Marvin Beery, vice president;
Miss Laura Hamilton, secretary
Mrs Earl Rvan, treasurer Mr-
M N Strieker, chaplain Mi Not-'
tie Turner, sergeant-a?-arms
A committee was appointed to
collect the dues,
group to take material
Clockey hospital. It is requested
that anyone who has books and
magazines for the hospital please
contact Mr- Strirke,
During the evening the ladies
worked on material which will be
f(, Mf ClO key iiosplt.il ior the
v. ork of the blind veterans who
will make ruK from the material
The Altar Society of S’ Joseph ■
j Catholic church -silt p<*r,-or it-
’ annual bake • a> Saturday, begin-
ning at ft a m at Vogel - Varlet
Mr Strieker »tore. The society will offer hom
innan of a | made pies, rakes, cookies, bread
and other bake goods for .ale to
Music Club Opens
; New Year Study
The Reporter Woman’s Page
Inns Dunnington. Editor
Phone HI «-A«2«
A Week of Hits
Thurs . Km . Sa'
Sept 15. 16. 17
"Stop, Look and
The Story of
l meeting will tie |i.
Mr John M W»•#*»)
is Strieker * 11i give
tune p< fit in Blue-
st Au-tin the post
!s v. < re i i .cd by
Starts New Year
(Editor's note: Each week
The Reporter publishes a list
of newcomers to Rockdale, et
ihown by City Hall applica-
tion* (or water connections.)
E M Baker 637 Nor h Main
St. Joseph Altar
Society Meets at
Onr of ‘he r n • * -
ctmg of the
ul, was held
v *h Mr. Jr if Mohair
I’ll .1 morning • off' e
<-t 11 g >. i . ope' i* -d o * he
ide ■■ Mi f
< thr pr<
ind gn■ '• a pie u x• o:
■'irk which .vill in
• .•! • of six 11 for i» . i,.
. ;n o
"Wake Me When
CHARCOAL BROILED STEAK
•Baby Beef T Bone)
FRENCH STYLE GREEN BEAN3
Monday afternoon of tin week
'be Dominant He- < ri"h , a/.. it
i muNic club met with Joyce Chap-
| man a- hotes in her home tin
bring the fir-' meeting of the ne v
vtudy year Mr M S Strieker
club eounjader, met with the
Due to I line s of the club presi-
dent, Dori- Strieker, the meeting;
A a- railed tf. order b*. Jov* »■
Dyrnke .ice-prr adent after which
Hr*- i fur, hymn, col if r •. and pledge
The general routine of the
hu«mesves-aon included minute*
of the I,i-1 via-‘-*Mig report of 'he
ir< ,imu <*i .iiifl due* ia-ii:g received
for the forth coming v car, arid
other matter- Th, new .'ear-
book wen- also dlNtributf'd
Officer for the ensuing year
Mi Lillian Krenek x :< hosted j in-'alled b Mr (' ff
to *he ladies of S* Jo • pfi Altar Meyer', pre ,derit <.1 ’In- Ma*,ri« • •
Society of the Catholic church -,t ; Mum.i1 dub which i- ■ ponsoi or
'(air regular month!'. hr'-ting th# pimor Guo They are Do.,
W« Inesda evening ( Strirkei t, r < -i ri, ■ r,» Jowe D.rnk<
Now that two ddfeiei.' ladt* ! uie-prc'liln' Lire * Iff,
will rare for the Altai "ad.j ,.< , , Arm Stafletbarh
r or M> I , h f■ an ga\ <
tiii in truction 'o folio -. Mr*
Mai kle>«^ Maun-1 <■' Kli* ii Green and Mi
/’ ,*M; Alu '• Be., i -on v(iluntcered to iaie
for tin Altai for Sept, mi,er and
Mr B' E viii,, and Mrs fyiuiw-
J( ii'a fr,i G< tube, F ief month
tiie t-• o iadii -vl o n,i'. i eon piw*-
a- thro introduced »h< new rd their month' duty vill net met!
idcrit. Mr Lawrence War- riiin n ui riM.r.
Mi Warr eti kr t< lied f at tier Mr nt,negi o pl-ui • to at -
• of t i,« past histor. o' the, tint th < Oc'ob* i inee'tni' and giv,-
a t ,!k on Ait.ar liriensend ve t-
Plan wi le eoinph t« d for the
annual Irak, sale to be h, Id
Si piernbei 1, -'aiding at fi am
at Vogel’s Varie', Store Ladle*
ura to root., t tin cordniittei
(barge. Me ,laine I.inore l.'rhrm.
A lice B'-.ii on .1 a iui* a T i I- a la
Verkmc Wilcox arid LaV' rgnr' l
Moot i a t,, i, 11 baked good |
they plan to i,r mg
Membership arid attendance I
plan were di '-cussed S, ptern her
2ft will lie ( r.iniminiun Sunday
foi the So, pay at tia- li o'clock
Fmfl'a Bazaar plans weie
a ul, with Mrs. Alice Pi irsau a
chairman and Mr Kli/.ala th
R an co chairman. M e in I, »• i
a, ia reminded t«, make ,a tide
for ,'!• ana to a -a t in die nig.
'til- feel Agl-Doll" to Ire gIV, 11
Mi ftorn-ne Skubal won tin
n pn , package biartigl t by Mi
All, a I («u .<>ii Light it 11 el linen t;>
ai re ei" eti to the members and
on, mi" a Mr Witlenirerg. who
recent!v moved to F!,k krlale
Tn, luxt meeting will be held
at t. • houu of Mrs Alice Pr.ai on
on Wodne de, evening (X'tober
Local News Briefs
’Ier* «nd Thai* — With P*opl* You Know
Meatlou'brook If Ml
Observing H eek
Of l*raver Noil
Mr arid \
Ii Li - ( a - v <Xid .md
’ | d„ ,g-,'( i Ei
la, returned the- week 1
' ! 'hern to Divr
k Ark Hid Sprir.g -,
: Ark , , * n - ■';
th- T*nr. and rfign- j
J 1. nd Tlx
i-,it«'d Mr ■ Ca • w(,<,d
; i'-‘vi Mr
N’ar Cline of H r
1 Sjiririi'- Mr
F.the: Heart v ot
! Co .nt I .in.
«)V, . . md Mr Cm - |
i ,< Six ppai <
i ol Dierk-
id lead from
(.! tia' early
; a I bn <• pi e- r nt " a M I
M mi <• r,| Bi , an '. in, ,
■ .' 1 of Mi- Wuii',
- uri i ./ nlv <, ternioi f h, 1
At tiif ' -arid U •- l'il, ,,t ! i.e
net- »■ i,. r i tiii prograa .■ i
pre- elite,I by Ami Staff,dbaefi - !■.
[ !a erl Mem,,i Lara onat.. h
Brel h< ■ a tl that .V.i folltiW • d 1
member ing.ng tin* by mn of tta
mor.'tli Wi it a Ei u-nrl W, H
Follfi'ving ad ;uui tut ‘ ir t *
I ini '» a -' i ted by In r mot i ■ ■/
Mi I) M Cl ipui
' Dr a d Mi T S Barkley and
Mi .I " M' li.ur i-jted ijut the
1 weekend v. 'ii i ■ late < in (a,r-i-
fana arid Ernn-
Mi .1 a dr V1, fi Wilbank-
Oi t '|, bat i.e . it'-d 11.e pa-t week
'•v i'h Mr E T Kemp ’ -i 'er ul
Mi ..ml Mr W C Colvin,
form, i Bo, K.daii a, ,ver, here i
■. j -jtin;; ; , t w, ekend a guest* of
Mi- Ei rn * No,i -y win, aeeon.p- ;
amed tf i ni .1.1.1 a, if i'V returned I
to, i; ta ,ira a Sa A rig,do M r .
and Mi I *r< u,n Be; r , drnv, m j
Sari A'. .*e|o thi a'-k to ac'Olii-
pa’ v Mi N<on k horn
Mi J A Tun.a vn ie Ca|)t L O The W’anan’s- Mi lonary Union
Houge jnd .. ife Mr Bcttie i of Meadowbrook Ba()tist church
Holliman.of Pert Arthur. Mr and j has- this week been observing a
Mi Ji irv Toma of Rockdale, I week of prayer foi Mate misMons.
-Vine Turn a. ot Daii ,* Ml ar.u j which ta-gan September 12 and
Mr f < White and family of will continue through Friday,
Bryan Recent visitors were Mr i September 16.
and Mr H M Newcrmib and j The name for the whole week
l .gnter Vicki Lynn, of Jackson.inf prayer for state missions be-
Mi ;ppi. Mr inn Mi H. L ol, erved is "Look on the
\ev roc b ind -nfi' Harold and Field*.'1 Topic* for ob-erVaiice of
L< ai of Huntington; Mr arid j prayer are, "Look on the Mexi*
li H it la-.vi- ,<nd daughter t ,an; ' "I^ook on th, Negro,”
Ji.ne, of Houston; Mi and Mrs. “Look on Texas.”
' i.ai I, Mullm- and -on Gregg The meetings open each day at,
ind Gary Beaumont. Mr and Mr- ; ;o a.rn.
r'i,'\tori Maicoinb and Diane of Follcwing tin. program Wednos-
Bof Ai'ftiui ; Mr Frank Alford j day a covered dish luncheon was
..ml children, of Cause; Mr. and- j served with 22 women present.
M ,f R Ora, e, of Caldweit; -
arid J.iitic F!.
Grace of Houston.
, i ■ (
COFFEE or TEA
716 West Cameron
THE WEEK S
(Editor’s note: The following
is a list of weather records for
the past week as recorded by
W. C. Marrs in Rockdale and
by H. A. Semken ai Alcoa's
of Burt Ai'luir
'« k with hei
Mr ind Mi
• ii..n., to Bolt
A ;, f ,
.Vi ind Mi
T:;e omei.’* Mi lunar y
o, k t (,t peace Lutheran church
mu' m the church basement in
' gu ii e .mn Wednesday aftcr-
i. -or with 35 members answering
★ roll . all
' ' '' The devotional program open-
... ' »d vith the singing of the hvntn,
1 V* n,'! I Gave My Lite For Thee.” Mrs
1 • ' 1,1' ’ ' R I Gordon led the group in
1 ’ ■ of:«,n and praver The hymn.
' ! mi.' Must Jesi.: Bear The Cross
‘ 1 r- ” ,’1*1 A lone. ” preeeerled the presenta-
I tiuri of tiie Bible study by Miss
* j Lillian Rackhaus taken from
^ () ■' ntlurl i Mark, chapter 14 and part of 1.5.
The program closed with the
irtging of “Je-us Keo(> Me Near
Cross,” arid praying The
Sat ui day
.aci orrmaiiicd then daughter, San-
j (ti a, -( I (eiiton the pa ) weekend 111)t>
v hen -li- urolled a-, a >opho- j The
t oi, ti( I* n t in I * - x a V\ on.an J ,o rd1 s Bra ver
Mi- () h ndort will The business meeting was call-
V'' oi a <" eupatiomr therap-- and , d to order by Mrs. R. L Monn,
^ ' 1 ' ''n‘ "d* g< u. rex.a j president Mrs. Lenorn Dornho,*-
' 1 1 1 .a )< i Sue a’ end j fey and Mrs. Mae Urban were ac-
d S' iti a <• tv, 11 umversitv at | ,-epted as new memlx-r.s.
Si I it i
i Gc(,i geto .1. n h
Thin da .
WITH NOTHING DOWN
$9.65 PER MONTH
You can Now Improve Your Home. Nood a New Roof?
House need painting Outside or Inside? . . . Want to
Sheet Rock or Panel? Let us help you with any re-
MASON BUILDERS SUPPLY
Phone HI 6 5001 Rockdale
Iiitmdu" ing, Band Jot . !l lb
<>/ tor horn September .5 to Mr
and Mi Robb* Coldiron of Mi-
! lano. ’flu baby has one si*ter,
1 Utiarli tte two u ,u olu Grand-
! |,.'ii n' arc Ml and Mi W W.
: Butg< - s of Kockriale and Mr and
Mi Alton Coldiron of Milano.
Tl >• I’u, k (la le HeaUt -I'.I, 1
plea cd to arm,mm < that Mr
Ret! Ba rg, who former!' owii'-o
! and ope, ated
Orf.-x a, Ti x.
The mission study class will
: liter' >n four evenings; the first.
I living on Monday, October 3, at
Election of officers for H)61
bowed tiie following ladies to
take charge: president. Miss
Lillian Rackhaus; vice-president.,
■dr H K. Clark: secretary, Mrs.
Alfred Von Conton; treasurer,
Mrs. Bennie Wen/el.
1 he so«'iet' i* mailing arrange-
vnt* to honor F*astor F. T Sager
on his birthday with a covered
beaut , shop m, | dish suppci on Sunday, Octciber
iio'a orii ol Mu j \ at 6:30 p.m in the church basc-
1 • u hop E oi '(.f. .i(i- i iiicnt. The congregation- i> m-
| pointni'-nts call HI tl-fill It vited,
★ Miss Lillian Rackhaus gave an
•Vi I >- i,i I, M d on i* in Toi interesting report on the district
i ’ M, i <m r a, upvi at - | convent ion, which she a'tended
1,1 ' Irem m eiit urgci - Sa-urday and Sunday . September
★ 10 md II. m Austin
L m. Albn-i h: i re pm ten re- Birthday- song* nonored Mrs.
rupciating m i I'cmple ho pi'al j Kind Tirnmermann, Mrs R. H
toll. *mg -nt'gerv last S.itunlav 'Floyd and Miss Verna Mar Salge
H ' i xpeeterl to com, home m Ftefreshments were served bv
the next lew da s. Me*dames M N. Strieker. W. A.
★ J thhan Sr, M J Boyer and Jack
Weekend gee t> of Mi and! Richards
September 15, 1960
Mrs. Sid Allen
Ai Seguin Home
(Editor's note; The follow,
ina appearaH ih- n«i m
a Seguin paper):
Mi - A Sid Allen "l Rockdale,
vpitirg h r i hildn n. N D 'Tonyi
Alle:: Sr Mi A C Acton, and
Wells Allen m Seguin, -va.* honor-
'd by thaac oud outer members
c.f her family with a i (.-union at
the Tony Aden rivet home.
Mrs Sid Allen i* the mother <>f
ten living children There are
twenty grandchildren and 14
; great-giHiidchildn n
Tho*e present lor the occasion
I were: Mi and Mrs Wells Allen
I and family ineluding Mr and
I Mi Marvin Kngier and enildren,
(of Seguin. Mr and Mrs. C. H.
Blake and tamdy. ol Houston; in-
| eluding Mi and Mrs Bub Santoro
oi Coll' ge Station; Mr Bruce
I Allen Tay lor, d. tighter and son-
| in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Hof-
! ner. of Au 'in; Mr and Mis R E.
j 'Dick» Allen and son Sidney Ab-
| hot', of Austin. Fred Green, bro-
ther >f Mrs. Tony Allen, lrom
Kilgore: also Mr and Mr> David,
Allen and childien, d Seguin;
Dr. and Mrs. II V. Lesikar and
children, of Baton Rouge. Louisi-
ana; Mr*. Lesikar being the*
youiu'est daughter in the family.
Unanle to he present were Mr.
and Mrs I. M Anderson and
children, and Mr Wayne L.
Gregoi v of Baytown, also Mr and
Mr- H H Lalxnski of Morgan
La . and Mi and Mrs, Rog-
_ .. ......._ on. formerly of
ing" that also included a shoe Seguin. all member . of the All.
shining kit She showed several | ,.jan
kinds of polish for various types ' The pre\ ious Sunc'av, Mrs.
of shoe fabric, and stated that Bruce Allen Tavlt.r of Austin,
most every type of shoe needed a iind ,j,UK. Allen celebrated
treatment of saddle soap i ,)ieir join: hi-ti.d;.-.s at the home
Mrs Johnson displayed hosiery, „f Mr H,d Mrs Tons Allen,
both thick and sheer, that were
suitable for all occasions whether
for work or for dress-up. Also
displayed were a selection of
gloves to harmonize with different
ty pes of costumes.
Tiie meeting adjourned with the
hostess serving refreshments of
sandwiches, cookies and punch.
Mrs. Boyd Offield will be club
hostess on September 21.
HD Club Meets
With Mrs. Young
Mr George Young Sr. was
hostess Wednesday afternoon in
her home to the Tracy-Duncan
Home Demonstration club.
The president, Mr W i v y
Charlc . opened the meeting with
eight members present, who in
response to roll call gave points
on ‘‘work simplification."
Mrs. Lorcna Offield was elec'
ed secretary', fill the place of
Mr George Young Jr
The H D igep'. Mis John.-on, j v
had for her program "good groom- I K1C. bite and
Covered Dish Supper
All members of St. Thomas
Episcopal church are invited for
a covered-dish supper that will be
given Sundav evening in the
Parish House at -ix o’clock.
of Children Who Ride the City School Bus
PLEASE PAY BY MONTH OR WEEK
For Information Call
W. J. WALLACE
ool Bus I
[I 6-2039 I
THE ’61 s ARE COMING SOON!
The 60's Must
FOR THE BEST DEAL
OF YOUR LIFE ON A
BRAND NEW I960
3 r \
See Willie Bfickhuus or Louis Gcsl today at
LOUIS G. GEST
CHEVROLET A ND RU’OK
AN EASY TO OWN
ONLY ■ W DOWN
NEVER BEFORE - - - SO E TO OWN A HOMES
THE HOUSE COMPLETELY FINISHED AND PAINTED OUTSIDE
PLUS ALL MATERIALS TO FINISH THE INSIDE
Everything you r»««d to finish th* insid* including plumbing ad
electric fixtures. Rough-in plumbing and wiring ■ofnriol
is not furnished.
TK<» m « r«y«lwflonery, n««r wxry to
buy a k«m«. You ,«v« kondfldl (f
rfodofv Hsvu U timpUti eotol4«;
or* twrwiK*d for you M tnisb
CHOICE OF PLANS
TH«r« or* 3! plant to 'hoot, tram I*
1, 2 and 3 b«dr»am Kama*. No manor
whin you iivo w« will botld yoo a
AND TOUR LOT
PAY AS LOW AS
NEED A LOT?
W yw rfon*t awa a btHWtnt lot wo
hnip fa* locate mad barn am*.
m fH, CAMttON NOW IM wft
gal sa utmM rovoro*o Ittnaau
pmkd a* far ftm nm,
>48.72 ,.m. I >53.20
9r A 2 Bfhoom Hovm | Nr A 3 Bid
For A 3 Bedroom Homo | For A 3 Boriroem Houao
ONE BEDROOM HOUSES A LAKE COTTAGES EVEN LOWER
$10 IS ALL YOU FAY —
WRITE FOR FULL PARTICULARS
If you don’t live near a CAMIRON start, write for fut
particulars. Address CAMIRON HOMES, F. 6. tax
1069, Wace, Texas. No matter whore you Iivo wt wHI
build one of these homes for you.
— — NO OTHER FEES
SEE SAMPLE HOUSES AT
TAYLOR and ROGERS
AND AU OTHER CAMIRON YARDS
WAS. CAMIRON > CO
Phen# HI I-S0I2
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Cooke, W. H. The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 88, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 15, 1960, newspaper, September 15, 1960; Rockdale, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth695003/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.