San Patricio County News (Sinton, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 20, 1964 Page: 4 of 10
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THERE ARE ANSWER^
TO RICE UNIVERSITY: Gerald "Scooter",. Hesseltine signs letter of Intent to attend Rice Univer-
sity on a five-year football and track scholarship as his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Hesseltine,
watch the signing Monday night at the Hesseltine home._*_(News Photo)
loin Rica Owls
^'•MQore explained that he had a full
five-year Southwest Conference
By Charles Sullivan
Gerald Hesseltine, Pirate athletic
tar, signed a pre-enrollment cer-
ificate to Rice University, Monday
vening in his home. Hesseltine, a
ine letterman in three sports,
hose Rice over Texas, University
f Houston, New Mexico State, The
or Force Academy, and the Naval
\cademy. Gerald said he chose Rice
>ecause of the prestige one has af-
?r graduation. He also said he
lought he would have a better
hance at Rice and that he was treat-
i better there than at any other
Gerald will probably pUy foot-
til and run track while at Rice,
nach Charlie Moore from Rice de-
ered the letter and told Gerald
i sign when he was ready. Coach
oore said that Gerald will be given
i chance to play wherever he de
ires, but indicates that end or half-
ack will be his best bet. Coach
scholarship. Gerald will sign a let-
ter of intent once he has finished
with high school athletics.
Gerald made quite a name for
himself wpi!e in high school. As a
sophamorBr Gerald was All-District,
first team in basketball. He also
had his‘best trade season that year,
as he was All-State in track. To be
All-State in track, one must win a
first place in the State Track Meet
Gerald Mid just this, winning his
speciality, the pole vault at what
was then a new record, of 13’ 3%”.
He tied for first place with Larry
Steele of Fredericksburg.
In his junior year, Gerald was
elected to the 29AA All-District sec-
ond team, and the All-State third
team, in football. He was elected
All-District, first team, again in
basketball. Gerald missed the big-
gest portion of track season, last
season, because of a blood clot in his
This year, Gerald was All-District
second team and All-State honorable
mention in football. The All-Dis-
trict basketball teams have yet to
come out, so it’s anyone's guess.
Gerald is looking forward to a fine
track season, and a good baseball
>eason following that.
HOME MADE BREAD Loaf 25<
DOUGHNUTS Dozen 60<
The Girl Scout Neighborhood As-
sociation met Wednesday, February
12th, at the Scout Hut with Mrs. Bill
Donoghey conducting the meeting
A party for all members of the
Association and their husbands, has
been scheduled for Friday night in
the home of Mrs. Roy Schmalstieg.
The game and dessert party will
begin at 7:30 p.m.
Girl Scout Week has been desig
nated as March 8 through 14th. Each
day the flag will be raised and low
ered by the girl scouts at their in-
dividual schools. Saturday, the 14th,
is Out Door Day and the scouts will
leave the Courthouse at 8:00 a.m
and hike to Camp Chiltipen where
they will cook breakfast on an open
fire. Each troop has planned their
own menu. Following breakfast, re-
lay races and other out door recrea-
tion will be held.
The annual Girl Scout Cookie.
Sale will begin March 14th with Mrs.
H. D. Willis as chairman. Three va-
rieties, chocolate mint, pecan chip
and the regular cream sandwich, will
be sold this year.
Mrs. Roy Schmalstieg, Cadette
Girl Scout leader and her troop, will
attepd a ceremony at Rockport to
observe international Cadette Sat-
urday and at which time the junior
scouts will be advanced
Present at the-meeting were Mrs.
Haney Holland. Mrs. Glen Torno,
Mrs. Roy Schmalstieg, Mrs. Robert
Pool, Jr., Mrs. Walter Fraser, Mrs.
Roger Gerdes and Mrs. Donoghey.
Some years ago a little girl in the sixth grade of a Mary-
land school wrote to the editor of the Washington Post a letter
which ran as follows:
"We are studying the world in our school and we would
like some information on the following topics:
How the world started.*
How the world changed.
How the world actually is now.
Our relationship to the world.
How we can best leave the world for those who follow us."
In the first edition of the paper following this inquiry,
the editor wrote: "We can answer just one point: how the
world is now. The answer Is: Terrible."
But in the second edition, when the editor had re-thought
the matter, he gave a different answer: "All the answers to
your questions are in the Bible, especially in the story of
We are rightfully suspicious today of any man who pre*
tends to have all the answers in any field of knowledge. The
wise man is the one who knows how much he does not know.
It is just as true in the realm of science as it is in the realm of
philosophy and religion, that beyond our small cleared space
of more or less certain facts ihere is a wilderness of uncertainty m
and mystery. —
r But it is equally untrue to Ray that we have no answers
for life's great questions. Man has made many deep and, im-
portant discoveries in the spiritual world just as he has in the
material world. In both worlds these discoveries have been
tested and lived by. While it is true that we have to live with
certain unanswered questions, it is also true that we cannot
truly live until some questions are answered. Sometimes
people avoid the answers in order to avoid the moral demands
the answers impose.
St. Paul reminds us that "now we see through a glass
darkly" but he goes on to add "now I know in part." (I Corin-
thians 13:12) It is important thet in our quest for more answers
to life's problems, we do not fail to live up to the
God has already given us.
CRANBERRY TO TECH: Lance Granterry, center on last season's quarter-final Pirate eleven,
signs a letter of intent to Texas Tech last week, which will provide a four-year football scholar-
ship for the Sinton senior. Pictured above, standing, is Jim Wright, defensive backfield coach
of the Red Raiders, witnessing the signing as Granberry's parents, County Commissioner and
Mr**Cranberry, look on
With Texas Tech
E.S.A. To Have
PECAN ROLLS Each 10* I
118 W Sinton St.
ON UCC DEAN'S LIST
Miss Barbara Ann Sanders, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Sanders,
has been named to the Dean's Honor
List for making all A’s and B’s for
the fall semester. She is a junior
student majoring in elementary ed-
ucation at University of Corpus
GOES TO OKLAHOMA
Mrs. Frank Cleveland went to
Oklahoma City, Okla. last Friday
for a visit with her daughter and
on-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Don Mac
Leod and family.
Plans were formulated for the
Cancer Crusade by the Zeta Epsilon
Chapter of the Epsilon Sigma Alp]
Sorority at a meeting of the cl
ter Tuesday night. The meeting was
held in the home of Mrs. Randy
The house to house cancer cam-
paign, sponsored by the local soror-
ity is scheduled to be held April 2L
Mrs. O. A. Gingrich and Mrs. Tony
Russell attended a training session
for the campaign held at the Ameri-
cana Motel In Mice February 14
The program for the evening was
presented by Mrs. Gentry Granber-
ry who discussed part 2 of “Eliza-
Reports on the State ESA Board’
Meeting held in Dallas last week
were given by Mrs. Granberry and
Mrs. M. C. Rittiman.
The hostess served coconut and
chocolate pie and coffee.
Attending were Mrs. O. A. Ging-
rich, Mrs. Granberry. Mrs. B. L
Hewitt, Mrs. Rittiman, Mrs. Don
Booth. Mrs. A. R. Turner, and Mrs
Mrs; Schroeder Speaker
At Garden Club Meeting
Mrs. Otto Schroeder spoke to the
Sinton Garden Club at a meeting in
the home of Mrs. R. E. Parker Wed-
“Plant a variety of zinnas and
Jeias uid unto him. Go,
and do thou likewise.-(Luke
Faith la the fuel and the
power that activates the doer
of food. Thus it is our faith in
God, the knowing that with
Him all things are possible.
S that transforms our prayers
into meaningful form
“How much would your family
receive from social security if you
should die or become disabled this
, year? Will the amount they receive
baaed' on your correct total earn-
“Most of us know exactly what
our private insurance policies pro-
tect us against ,apd what we would
be paid if we lost an eye, an arm,
or even our life. However, moat of
us take our social security for grant-
ed.” says H. M. Cleveland, Corpus
Christi District Manager of the So-
cial Security Administration.
Each worker should make certain
periwinkle, .long with your other ^ SS
WANT ADS GET RESULTS
Gerald will major in medicine at
Rice, where he will join Sintonite
Leroy Ryu on the gridiron this fall.
Gerald’s only comment was, “I
think it's a big honor to get a
chance to attend Rice University,
and 1 will try to do my best in
sports there. .
flowers and plants for color during
the hot summer”, advised Mrs.
Door prizes were awarded to Mrs.
R. E. Curlee and Mrs. R. E. Hart.
Orange cake, nut bread and coffee
were served to Mrs. Ben Coin, Mrs.
Curlee, Mrs. J. E. Dodson, Mrs. F<
S. Ewing, Mrs A. Z. Fullick, Mrs.
B. F. Gerdes, Mrs. V. M. Gordon,
Mrs. R. E. Hart, Mrs. W. W. Hart,
I Mrs. J. E. Lacey, Mrs. Wm. Daniel,
By Charlea Sullivan
LancJuranberiy, outstanding Pl-
ate pefflrmer for the past two sea-
rate peflOhner for the past two
sons, has signed a letter of intent
% attend Texas
dm- evening, in the presence of hie
PWents, and Jim Wright, defensive
ing a touchdown, in his last game
as a high school performer. In the
Missouri City Dulles quarterfinals
clash, Granberry recovered a fumble
to give the Pirates a touchdown, af-
ter attack had fumbled the ball on
a fourth and goal situation from the
Granberry said his major would
most probably be Agriculture and to
an even finer point, entomology.
Granberry’s only statement per-
taining to becoming a Red Raider
I icii.cz ui uuem | laiiiiiife w uuuuium^ a smuuvs
Tech, next fall.: was, “I’m proud to be a Red Raider
the letter Thurs-, and plan to give '.them a hundred
percent all the time.”
Wesleyan Service Guild
Meets With Mrs. Sherman
bkckfield coach for the Red Raiders: j Capri Girls Club
Granberry said he picked Texas
Tech because of
department: considering that he is
interested in entomology. Granberry
had inquiries from Texas Tech, Tex-
as, Texas A&M, Texas A&I, Univer-
sity of Houston and Howard Payne.
In reference to Granberry’s signing,
Coach Jim Wright said, “We cer-
tainly think Lance is a fine profpect
and we are certainly looking for-
ward to Lance having a fine colleg-
Granberry signed the letter of in-
tent, entitling him to i full four-
year scholarship in the Southwest
Conference ^ .after layering.two suc-
cessive years at Sinton High, at cen-
ter and defensive guard. He was
named to the 29AA All-District sec-
ond team in 1962, and to the first
team in 1963. Wright said he would
probably remain at center with the
Granberry became one of the
elite, as far as linemen go, by scor-
The JCapri Girls Club held their
first Annual Pre-Valentine Dance
Sunday at the Labor Camp Hall with
music furnished Ay The Rocking
Club members were presented
during intermission and a large box
of Valentine candy was given away
at that time.
Profits from the dance will be
placed in a scholarship fund to be
given awa£ in May. ^ ^
Members of the - Sectai tin*
Girls' Club and Dukes Boys' Club
from Taft were present at the dance.
Mrs. W. C. Sherman was hostem
tq the Wesleyan Service Guild at
her home Tuesday evening.
Mrs. M. Daniel, program chair-
man, directed a program on “Wo-
men in the Church”.
Rev. Wm. Palmer explained the
role women fill in the local church,
the structure of the Methodist
Church and he discussed Methodist
pastors who were women.
T A tape recording from Rev. and
Mrs. Guy Henderson, missionaries
in Korea, was presented and ques- .
tions about their work were answer-
ed by Mrs. J. W. Eakin. Mrs. Hen-
derson is the former Lois Robertson,
daughter of Mrs. Wade Salyer.
The hostess and her co-hostess,
Mrs. T. R. Paynter, served cherry f
tarts and coffee to Mrs. P. L. John-
son Sr., Mrs. Ruby Ryals, Mrs. Mary
D. Meeks. Mrs. M W. Williams, Mrs.
J. D. Moore, who has been ill sine*
the first of November, is now con-
fined to his bed at home.
R BEST RES
Daniel, Mrs. Marshall Alexander, .
Mrs. J. G. Cook, Mrs. Horace Brand,
Mrs. J. W. Speake, Mrs. W. B. Rees,
Mrs. Raymond Biggs, Miss Bertha
Merrill, Mrs. John M. Holtzclaw,
Mrs. Davis Vickers, Mrs. Gus Ro- >;
mike, Mrs. Daniel, Rev. Palmer, and
one guest, Mrs. Eakin. <**
kA B ► 8 •
*st, Mrs. Eakin.
SCHMIDT ATTENDS- 58
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ficials must handle in discharging
The three-d%y conference is spon-
sored by the County Judges’ and
Commissioners’ Association of Texas
and the Texas Agricultural Exten-
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before death, disability, or retire-
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er to keep his social security card
handy and show it to his employer
when he goes to a new job. Many
workers try to give their numbers
to their employers from memory,
but this is not a good practice be-
cause it increases the chance* of
the number being reportedly incor-
' "What if my earnings are not all
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iwer, he. says, "Most likely you
or your family will get a smaller
social security check when retire-
ment time comes around, or if you
die or become disabled.” He advipw
each worker to check his record
every three years or so, especially
if he changes employers frequently.
A postcard form for that purpose is
available at the sodal security of-
"The amount of the social security
benefits which can be paid depend*
on bow much is shown on your earn-
ings record," Cleveland pointed out
"If you are in doubt as to whether
your earnings are being correctly
reported by your employer, chock
with w at once,” he said.
In Corpus Christi, the office ia
at B30 South Water Street. The tele-
phone number ia TUlip 3-4447.
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Meeka, third grade teacher In the
Austin Elementary School.
Mrs. Schroeder, Mrs. Robert Joseph,
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