The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 260, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 23, 1962 Page: 4 of 10
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Arc There 20?
Houston Grand Opera
Assn. To Present
"Elixar Of Love”
4 THE CUERO RECORD. Standay. Srpt. 23. 1962
Three Cuero Girls Ride
*1(1 tyJoM&d ^l°at In Moulton Parade
Tlit> lliiii.sion Grand <
Assn'., will '<tjinn its oi^iilh
I son with an intimate, Itglt
J era, "The Elixir of Love'
; Mrs. Haney Krejci and Mr
|H?ciali/es in the
and Mrs. Victor Brier, j in a dancer's costume of gold ; |
The lovely young ladies gr»- j metallic and net, and NRnrv M- f |
,ced the Cuero float in the par-i so wore a dancer’s costume of
ade staged Saturday afternoon! blue sequined chiffon
Donizetti. to he sung in ling
iish in Cullen Auditorium. I’n-
iversi-ty of Houston. Sojit.. 2S J"
29, and .'ill. starting pr mpfl.v ..
at H I’M. si
Conductor Walter 1 In licit
teels that the charm o| this up- ||
era will he more readily capt-
ured iii the smaller hall The n
other three productions foi the tl
season will be ■pre-.ented in the
Music Hall. as.usual, with the (•
Houston Symphony Orchestra. (•
These Hre: Verdi's "II Trova- a
tore". Nov. 29 and Dec 1: a
double bill of Puccini's II Tn- r|
hario" .and Leoncav it ID's "I q,
Pngliacci" Jan IT and 19; and
Marcii 2S and lit), ,A
An extra production is pcs-
inie this season because the (|.
Ford F'oundatipn ' is pro\ ttfin); • V|
17 • singers, all of whom ha\d 1>(
iK’en auditioned by Mr I Jet'-. n,
bert Ten of. these. Ford sing- q
erx w ill sing leading . roles in
the. nine evening . pn lortnam - q
es, and other indite live stud- p
e.nt matinees II
Characterized by mgr,mat- u
;ng mclfxly. "Fil'd! presents
a great comedy figure • I the .
operatic stage, a medicine sh* v,
ow "doctor." Tins rule w.d be
sung by Baritone Ralph Her- |j
hert ot the Metro;*' .tan Opera
Other leads will. I-' SofjjM.no
Luts' De Set! Wild -ang ill sp- if
nieto. Paly thi> summer; Ten- .tn
or Malloiy Walker id Chautau-
qua NY fame: and Pan'otve' in
Nolan \'an ;V.i\ . ! the Me' - 5
[xiiitiin Opera Studio' hi
...One of Verdi A gre'ltest work
' II Trovatore ' will' drive '. -'Ije • e<
Mothers should count their
toddlers’ teeth occasionally a-
they brush them regularly after
every meal There should be
10 uppers and 10 lowers by
age three sometimes by age
two The American Society of
Dentistry for Children advises
that this is when they should
have their first dental examina-
tion. Fifty per cent of the na-
tion’s two-year-olds li a v e at
least one cavity
Mrs Mary Ideus
Sunday. September lb, Wern-
er Ideas honored his mother.
Mrs. Mary Ideus of Meyersvil-
le, with a barbecue dinner in
recognition of her ninety-first
birthday anniversary Septertl-
Among those attending were
her seven grandchildren and 15
great - grandchildren. For'y-
one of her sixty family mem-
bers were present for the. oc-
In the afternoon Jo Beth Goh-
mert, Mrs. Ideus’ great-grand
'.daughter. - honored her with a
German song. This was follow-
ed hy an. old fashioned sing-
song of hymns.
A delightful event of.the [gist
week for members of the Cu-
em Country Club was a bar-
becue supper Saturday ev-
The social committee host-
ing the party included the Ru-
fus Smiths, the K A Brow ns
and the F. T, Summerses. Jr.
Potted ivies and pluladend-
ron added to the club’s decor.
Has Party On
Little Terri Gave Hilhrirh,
daughter of Mr and Mrs,. Hil-
ly R-iv Hilbru'h of Westhoff.
celebrated first • birthday
Saturday. September, 15, and
was honored by' her parents
Sunday with a party at their
The table, overlaid with a la-
ce ckitl.i, was centered with the
birthday cake dec rated with
a sugar spun clown and a sin-
gle candle. Refreshments of
sandwiches, cookies, and iced
punch were served with the
cake. Van-colored balloon*
were given as favors
Guests included Gregg Bun-
ies Kerry, - Kaye and Kristy"
K:d'; eh. Me! and Kent Hilbri-
c:t. Rhonda Lee Koonnihg. Doris
is. Lunette . anil Bonnie Muell-
er and Debbie David and Dick-
ie Ray Burnett of Smiley.
Former Cuero Boy
lo Marry In Fall
A recent engagement an-
nouncement of interest to In-
ends tn Cuero is that of Miss
Caroline Daubach of San An-
tonio to Robert C. Craze; son
of Mi and Mrs. Victor Craze
Mr, and Mrs Craze and their
son and daughter, made their,
home in Cuero a . numlxg' of
years 'ago when he was associ-
ated with the Cuero Record.
Miss Laubach is the daughter
of Mr, and Mrs Ldgar F. Lau-
baci) of Buive: le
Tile groom-elec • is a gradua-
te of Boerne High SchiKil and
attended the University of Te\-
Hawthorne Club To
The Hawthorne Club will re-
sume its regular meetings, Sep-
tember 25 in the Women's Club
Building at t 00 p.m. The ..club
meets the second and fourth
Tuesdays of the month
"(Lowing In New Dimen-
sions Of The World..... is this
year s course of study
Mrs. Truman Chigett. 1962-
ti.’l president, will give her
greeting to memfiers at Tue—
day's meeting. The business
session wall be held prior to a
program preview to be given
by Mrs Leslie McBride.
A social hour will conclude
tire.', afternoon's event, with
Mnies Leslie McBride. How-
ard Green, John J Bell and
Bert Kirk serving as hostesses
«.f < iiem. and the groom's parents are Mr.
ami Mrs. Finley Barth of Karnes City. The
couple is residing in Kingsville where he is
attending Texas Ail College.
NUPTIALS RKAl) — Miss Kileen K <>*«>' Kang
now became the bride of Finley Don Barth
in a recent wedding performed in Saint
Mark's LutheranChurch. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Raymond Hardt
- be held October'IK at the epm-
Mar.tin, • rhunify” renter at 2;00 p.m
with Mr-.' Arthur Sr hunt tie her
and Mr*. Marvin schum.ieher
w e t c \ Li res I M. hired
Pa" Man.or., Herman HennC'
ko and .('.i. ios K.av ertiKui.
11 hii'gi - w ere Mi' V T.
p. . til.', and M - t'u: to Kibby.
T.1C a'.uo S' V meeting will
Presbyterian Women Buchel HD Club
Hold Annual Meeting Names Committees
stalled pres, tent, of the. women strauor ,(
<•■; the P- i-si-v terian- t nur, n at’. < o't.mrtteps
an annual meeting' ' • .1 Mon- S"pten.r*'
day evening tr the tebovyship n-.ty ie:r-
halt Mr- Lai.- Srhurre retir- M• - IP ■;
irv ptesuierif.-'presided ' (.sa),,r. , .
Otr.eis' :n-!a,.e I ky ICar- . . . \
petite". w.ere" Mr - How ard K.e? . 1( ' '
inr"'Re. !e -t : a c - president 5 ''';i L ana.
Mr-- J (’ '."Lev •■.second' Vice- wit- and ■
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generous amounts of mas-
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brows carefully white shap-
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The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 260, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 23, 1962, newspaper, September 23, 1962; Cuero, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth695976/m1/4/: accessed March 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.