The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 69, No. 83, Ed. 1 Monday, April 8, 1963 Page: 2 of 6
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. f THE CCTBtO RECORD, Monday, April 8, 1983
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National Home Demonstra-
tion Club Week will be observed
the first week in May and De-
Witt County dubs will place,
home-grown bouquets of flowers
In various business firms in
tc-vns throughout the county
commemorating the event.
The abave announcement was
made Friday at a meeting of
the DeWitt County HD Club Cou-
ncil held In the conference
room of the DeWitt County Co-
Twenty-four members repre-
senting 12 clubs were present
along Mrs. Mildred Martin, cou-
nty agent and Mrs. Garrett Bu-
NORMAN - L. E. Connealy
Of Cuero was among over 2301
participants from 20 states and |
Canada attending a Gas Con-
ditioning Conference, April 2-3,
at the University of Oklahoma.
Topics discussed included dy-
namic adsorption of light hy-
drocarbons, cold weather opera-
tions, glycol and methanol in-
jection in plants and gather-
ing systems, acid gas treating
and an operations roundtable.
The conference, held in the Ok-
lahoma Center for Continuing
Education, was sponsored by
OL"s School of Petroleum and
Natural Gas Engineering and
by Business and Industrial Ser-
vices of the Extension Division.
enger, THDA chairman.
The committee is at work try-
ing to secure an eye specialist
far the county.
Mrs. Victor Goebel presided
•t the meeting and Mrs. Wal-
ter Squyres read “The Magic
of Doors” by Flora Whittemore.
It was announced that the 4-H
Clubs will have a Share- the-Fun-
Africon Annuals far
Gazanlas dote on drought and
stui. bloom in bright colors all
summer and need very little j Public Speaking
To Attend Meeting
For Tax Returns
Several ministers and lay de-
legates from DeWitt County will
go to San Antonio April 16 to
attend the Southern District
third annual convention of The
American Lutheran Church
The convention will be a three-
Attending from the county will
be Pastor Lee D. Mueller, Jr.,
of St. John Lutheran Church at
Lindenau and delegates, Mr. and
Mrs. Wilfred Peters; Pastor
: Herman Lehman, Jr., and dele-
gate Fred Sager from Zion Lu-
Other speakers will be Dr.
Carl Reuss, executive director
bf the Commission on Research
and Social Action of the Church
and Pastor James A.
a native of San Antonio.
Dallas, who will represent the
Department of Stewardship of
One of the highlights of the
e rtvent1 on will be an excursion
of the entire delegation to the
campus of Texas Lutheran Col-
lege at Scguin Thursday after-
noon. This will be in observance
theran Church ?t Arneckeville. of the golden anniversary obser
Over 500 pastors and lay de-
legates of the district’s 250 chur-
| ches in Texas. Arkansas, Loui-
I siana, New Mexico and Mexico
City are expected to attend.
Monday, April 15, is fast ap-
proaching for those taxpayers;
in the Austin Internal Revenue
Service District who have yet
to file their Federal Income Tax
Returns for 1962.
R, L. Phinney. District Direc-
tor Of Internet Revenue in Aus-
- tin urges taxpayers to avoid the
sierxes, jast m'nute rush — to make ev-
now 01 ery effort to prepare and file
their own returns now! “Many
tax questions may be answered
by telephoning Interna) Reven-
ue,” he said. “However, a quali-
fied tax specialist is a sotrv!
Investment fo* highly comolex
tax problems,” Phinney s-dd.
Taxpayers resid ng in the Aus-
tin District should m?'! their re-
turns to the D strict Director of
Internal Revem1?. 314 West 11th
Street. Austin. The Austin Dis-
tour; trict comprises the area sou^-
McCullough. San Saba, Lampaa-
sas, Hamilton. Bosq"'\ Sc—r-
vel). Hill. Limestone, Freestone,
Leon, Madison. Walker, u *!• .
Folk, Tyler, Jasper, and N*w-
Erglish novelist Samuel But-
ler said* “Toe. man who :-ts
himself be bored is even r ore
contemptible than the boor."
IT'S NEW HAT TIME, and Mrs Jacqueline Kennedy comes out
In this new navy blue straw during some activities of state.
vsince of Texas Lutheran Col-
In connection with
of the TLC campus, a barbecue'c* and including the counties of
suoper will be served and at; El Pa -o. Hudsneth, C'dberv n. j i.eT ME HELP PAY
’live chief inspirational socak- 7;30 p.m., e nventioners will at-1 Reeves. Pecos, Terrell, Val Ver- V’OL'R INCOME TAX.
1 er will be Pastor Paul Frey-, tend a baseball game between! de, Edwards, Kimble, Mason,
j berg, a New Guinea missionary. | the nU0 Bulldogs and St. Mary's
I He will deliver three addresses, i Rattlers of St. Mary's Univer-
Pastor Berber Nottbohm. ex- sity in San Antonio,
ecutive assistant to the presi-1 The opening of the conven-
dent of The American Lutheran lion will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday.
Church, will represent the ore- j April 16, with Dr. Vernon A.
sident at this year's convention.' Mohr, district president, in the
___________________ At tax time. I'm handier than
1 in extra deduction. I’m O. How-
P11™** .....! e Hustles, a Cuero Record Cl-s-
Ministers who will assist will j .ified ad Folks sav I’m the
be Dr. Poild Breulick, Pastors leading expert at finding buyers
Arthur Holm. Clifford D. Sch-
midt, Alvin H. Bohls of Alice
and Ed. A. Heye of Taylor.
for boats, tools or other things
you'd like to sell. To put me into
action, call CR 5-3131 now.
What young lady
wouldn't feel like
stepping out in fancy
party shoes like these !
8!i to is-
n't to 4
You needn't go to South
Africa to see the native flowers.
They're available to you in the
i need catalogs. All you need dc
; is grow them.
j It may be that their names
I as well as their looks arc
strange to you. This is a gooc
1 year to get acquainted. So. meet
1 cacalia. torenia. dimorphotheca
and gazania — a few of the
African natives that you car
raise easily from seeds.
Cacalia's common name is
tassel flower for the upside-
down tassels it bears. This an-
nual is as easy to grow as scat-
! tering the seeds on the ground
| in a runny place. They'll sprout
in two weeks, seedlings should
be thinned for largest plants
! and flowers, and blooms ron-
1 tlnue all summer. Colors arc
mostly scarlet, gold or yellow
Torenia is called wish bone
flower for the marking of royal
purple against the paler blue
night at the National Guard
Armory beginning at 7:30 p.m.
on April 19.
Home Demonstration Clubs
from District 10 will meet in
Seguin April 23.
10 and 2ft Years Ago
From Record Files.
ed- Judith Odell ........ Members
of Post M were planning
smoker at the River Tavern
. Hal Nielsen was elected the
new president of the TPA
Mr. and Mrs. Travis Muirhead
had moved to Victoria . Mrs.
Leonard Wilson and baby of
San Antonio were visiting in the
George Gohmert home .......Sgt.
Alec Alexander had returned
to his post in San Antonio.
Eleanor Kersey of Hollywood,
Calif, was visiting Miss Lola
. Schleicher ........ Mrs. J. W.
petals. Flower throats are gold | Jackson and Mrs. Howard Kle-
making a lovely contrast with
the petal colors.
April 8. 1853
E. O. Kunitz loft for Houston
to attend a Rexall convention
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burgess of i
Monticello. III. were expeded
in for the wedding of Jane lui-; kv United Press International
ly Mrs- Junc Melton of Fl ! Today is Monday. April 8. the
Worth and Mrs. H. B. Mont- ,)H1h day of 1963 with 267 to fol-
gomery of Austin were visiting |jow
Mrs. Annie Brightwell Mrs. Thp moon is approaching full
Plants are compact, grow
best in light shade and need
plenty of water. Flowers form
all summer and leaves turn red-
dish-purple in fall. In the north
torenia seeds may be started
indoors or in a special small
bed outdoors as soon as
inecke had returned from a vis-
it to Dallas . . Little Miss
Lynn Lohman of Beaumont was
.visiting her grandparents. Mr,
and Mrs. Albert Lienhard
Mrs. L. W. Sciba and daughter,
Mrs. Ralph Doty and children
the I were visiting in Hallettsvii'ie .
. Mrs. Mamie Lassman left for
Lake Charles, La. to visit
son, Gilmore and family.
In Florida and places with
similar climates, torenias will
self-sow and may be used in-
stead of pansies. ' ~
Dimorphotheca's common April H, I9»S
names are African daisy and j Capt. Richard A. Hartman
Cape - marigold. In California was stationed at Stillwater.
"is annual makesTf^e Xer I transferred there from
plant from seeds sown In fall. Fostei Field ..... Mr. and Mrs.
In the colder states seeds are Herbert Sames wore the par-
The morning stars are Venus
The evening star Is Mars.
On this day in history :
In 1730, the first Jewish con-
gregation to be organized in
America funned its synagogue
j in New York City.
I In 1865. General U. S. Grant
j asked General Robert E. Lee
to surrender in the name of his
army in Virginia and Lee ask-
ed Grant to stipulate the terms.
I l ee surrendered the following
In 1952, President Truman
seized the steel industry to head
off a general strike.
In 1962, the Algerian truce
was ratified bY 90 per cent of
the voters fri a public election.
spring-sown outdoors in a sunny ents of a baby girl born April I
place where they are to stay, g at gan Angelo . Mr. and PICK better tenants for vour
ety called Glistening White.
Gold Daisy also has a dark cen-
ter and tiie hybrins come with
blooms of sulphur yellow, crea-
my white, apricot, oranges and
deep yellows all with dark
Gazanlas are good as pot
plants as well as in the border.
They thrive in drought and sun
and furnish daisy-shaped flow-
ers in bright colors all summer.
A six - inch - high variety is
called longiscapa and has or-
ange flowers on top of woolly
leaves. A strain called Color am a
grows fifteen inches high and
has blooms of white to yellow,
apricot to orange, pink, and
combinations of these colors.
A very new strain, called Fire
Emerald, widens the color
range to include bronze - reds
and lavender - pinks. Most!
blooms have an emerald green
ring around the center of the !
flower, which accounts for the
name of the strain.
introduce these African flow-
ers to your garden — you won’t
horn April 8
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A whole, compact little plant of Thuntbelina zinnia is only six
aches high. Blooms are about an Inch wide. Entirely different
rom any other zinnia, this variety won a gold medal.
Gold medals are awarded by All-America Selections only for
j .utstanding novelties, really different from any plant already
1 in the market. This year, the first gold medal since Fire Chief
aetunia won in 1953. has been awarded to a dainty, compact little
dnnia named Thumbelina.
This diminutive plant grows
nly about six inches high, has
•ne-inch-wide flowers, blooms
.radically all summer, comes
n almost all the zinnia colors
jid is ja “honey'' for your 1963
rarden. Plant seeds where you
vant flowers along bed or bor-
ler, in the window box. in a
•ock garden or wail or in pots
or your patio.
The other flower winner In
he 28 Ali-America test gar-
lens ail over the United States,
Southern Canada and in the
vtexico City area, is a zinnia
oo — but what a difference!
This zinnia, which won a sil-
ver medal (almost as hard to
get as a gold medail, is a huge
cross and 2 inches deep. Named
Firecracker, it's a real fire-
cracker scarlet-red, grows to 3(
inches in height. One reason It’s
so vigorous and strong is that
it's a hybrid: the first hybrii
zinnia ever to be introduced at
an award winner.
Plant Firecracker at the bacl
of the border or in rows In thi
cutting garden. Be sure to tak<
a few blooms to your local fto
wer show and watch the bill*
ribbons come your way.
You 11 want both the gian
and the pygmy in your gardei
this year, since each serves t
different purpose. Either is eas
il.v grown from seeds planto
outdoors or. for earliest flo-
wers, started indoors in pea'
one, with blooms • indies a- , pots or planters.
FEATHER YOUR OWN
NEST WITH YOUR
Why should your shopping dollars leave frown fro help build
up somebody else's communifry? You live HERE. Your chil-
dren ore growing up HERE. You help make frhis a befrfrer
place for oil when you ...
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which you have invested in a honle or other property here, but (even more meaning,
fully) in the years of your life that you have invested (and will invest) here. Better
school, church, recreational and other civic facilities add up to a happier, more
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taxes and provide the contributions that support these services. Truly, they help to
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The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 69, No. 83, Ed. 1 Monday, April 8, 1963, newspaper, April 8, 1963; Cuero, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth697517/m1/2/: accessed October 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.