The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 82, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 20, 1954 Page: 2 of 22
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2 -ROCKDALE (Tex.) REPORTER
May 20, 1954
W. A. Schrade,
For TP&L, Dies
W A. Schrade, district manager
of Texas Power and Light Com-
]>an,v died at his home at Taylor
Mr. Schrade had been an em-
ployee of TP&L for 38 years, and
was district manager at the Tay-
lor office for more than .12 years
He was born at Belton in 190(1
and lived in Temple lrom 1902
...... M„ hl.JFcdl Here Monday
attend services here.
Pallbearer.- were V. L. Barnett
■ ! McKinney, K. 1* Spier and Lee
f Cook, both of Dallas, and W. H.
Thomson, W. C. Wofford, Hay P.
1 owis. Porter Prewitt, S. G. Gern-
ert, Alva Stiles. H. A. Melasky |
and George Cum mgs, all of Taylor, j
A mat Hon.
a loyal civic worker, Mr. Schrade
u/:k mu Df Tnvlnric
citizens He was well known in
Rockdale, too, and througnout the
Tex.'ls Power & Light district that
Mrs. W. H. Vesey
Fractures Hip in
today at 2 p. m. at Condra Memor-
ial Chapel, and burial was in Oak
Weed cemetery in Waco.
A tour by Texas Power and,
Light directors of the Alcoa plant
at Rockdale Thursday was cut/ White Hospital in Temple for
short so company officials could treatment.
Mr VV. II Vesey sustained n
fractured hip in a fall at her home
here late Monday evening.
She writ taken to Scott and
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tography contest by S*t. Frank
Cordeiro, Jr., of Honolulu, now
assigned to Ft. Mver. Va.
MOTHER OF YEAR . . . Mrs.
Elhlvn Wisecarver Mott. 57. of
ItHlevlIle, 111., was chosen Anicr-
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l‘II.IIMISTI.lt CHAMP . . . Sen.
Wayne Morse of Oregon smiles
after setting new senate fllibust-
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2<i minutes against the oil tide-
Doctor of Philosophy
Degree In Pharmacy
New TU Program
AUSTIN, Texas (Spl)—The Uni-
\ it: ity of Texas announces a study
program leading to the Doctor of
Philosophy in pharmacy.
Candidates may specialize in one
of four fields: pharmacy, phar-
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macy Dean Henry M. Burlage said.
Cubs of Den 7
Hold Weiner Roast
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Members of Cub Scouts Den 7
were honored at a weiner roast
Tuesday. The outing was held at
lair park with Mrs. Grady Cum-
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by Mr. and Mrs. Billy Liles
Hosts for the evening were
Gerry Phillips and Dickie Sum-
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I,ili s and Rosemary Cumbie.
Attending were the following
Cuba: Donovan Cumbie, Larry
Jackson, Robert Jenkins, Michael
Liles. Ralph McBurnett, Bobbie
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Cooke, W. H. The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 82, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 20, 1954, newspaper, May 20, 1954; Rockdale, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth695247/m1/2/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.