The West News (West, Tex.), Vol. 104, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 15, 1994 Page: 3 of 12
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The West News - Thursday, December 15,1994
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Rios - Maler
Elizabeth Jean Maler of West would like to announce the engage-
ment of her daughter, Sharon Ruth, to Bobby Wayne Rios, Jr., the
son of Joe, Sr., and Lucy Rios of Itasca. Sharon is also the daughter
of the late James A. Maler.
Grandparents of the bride-to-be are Clement Deiterman and
Albert Maler of West and the late Rose Deiterman and Jimmie Dae
The future groom’s grandparents are the late Bruno and Juanita
Rios and the late Felipe and Nellie Martinez.
The prospective bride is a 1983 graduate of West High School and
a 1987 graduate ofTexas State Technical College with an Associate
Degree in Computer Science Technology. She is employed by the Hill
County Special Education Cooperative and is currently in the
Registered Nursing program at McLennan Community College.
The future groom is a 1977 graduate of Itasca High School. He is
employed at Vesuvius USA in Hillsboro.
The couple plan to be married on January 28 at St. Mary's
Catholic Church of the Assumption in West.
West Bluebell Garden Club News
by Christine Wyninger
Two members of the West
Bluebell Garden Club, Ella Macik
and Christine Wyninger, were
guests at the Waco Council of
Garden Clubs annual Christ-
mas party, program and brunch
on December 7 at the Pape Gar-
den Center in Waco.
The program was presented
by Vickie Carruth of Waco. She
demonstrated techniques for
making holiday and Christmas
arrangements and created sev-
eral arrangements as part of her
She said that poinsettias are
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West Elementary School
wishes to thank the following merchants for their
contributions of food, drinks and door prizes for
Jump Rope For Heart
West Food Mart
Little Czech Bakery
Ole Czech Bakery
Classic Touch by Denise
Thanks for helping make our day a success. We raised
$4,500.00 for The American Heart Association. (]wc ]5)
Heitmiller's Steak House
Picha's Czech American
1 & 2
Hostesses for the McLennan-Hill Chapter Czech Heritage
Society of Texas will be hosting the Chapter's Christmas
party on December 18 at 1 p.m. at the West Community Center
in West. They are: Agnes Prasifka (left), Ella Macik (center)
and Frances Tobola.
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Snokhous
still the most popular Christmas
flower and that they are also
called "the flower of of the Holy
Carruth recommended that
holiday arrangements should be
simple. She said arrangements
can be of natural matcrir1® you
have at hand such as cedar, pine,
red berries, pine cones, holly
leaves, etc. Red candles in con-
tainers can serve as accents.
She noted that large sprigs of
dried materials sprayed gold com-
bined with red carnations are
often used and that brass con-
tainers filled with red poinset-
tias are also popular.
A Christmas recital was presented by the piano students of
Mrs. Marjorie Felts on December 11 at the First Baptist
Church of West. Pictured (left to right) are: Whitney
Thompson, Laura Doherty, Jodi Lednlcky, Stephanie Lee,
Chance Horton, Sarah Griffin, Jeff Shaw and Rachel Taylor.
On the back row (left to right) are: Linsay Kolar, Leslie Lee,
Sarah Doherty, Susan Doherty, Rachel Pareya, Cara Maler,
Danielle Horton, Ryan Kolar, Joshua Priddy, Jon Shaw and
Mrs. Felts. Not pictured is Cailey Truitt.
WHS teacher, Terry Stanford
honored by academic academy
wed m Florida
opez of Niceville, Flor-
DENTON - Terry Stanford, a
physical science teacher at West
High School, was one of 88 Texas
educators honored by former
Trevor Guy Davis
Trevor Guy Davis celebrated
his fourth birthday on Thanks-
giving Day at his Uncle Joe-Joe
Mashek's home at "Breezy Hill"
Trevor and his family enjoyed
Uncle Joe-Joes's secret recipe
pork chops with all the trimmings
plus a special carrot cake made
by Jane Bursone of Austin.
Helping Trevor "gobble the
goodies" were his grandmother,
Mary E. (Granny)Mashek, Uncle
Larry Mashek of Dallas, Aunt
Betty and Uncle Bob Ingram of
Fort Worth, Great-Uncle Milton
Morgan of West, Cousin Shan-
non Ingram of Norman, Okla-
homa, and his parents, Margie
and San Davis ofltaly. Trevor's
big brother, Derek, helped blow
out the candles and play with the
students during a banquet No-
vember 12 at the Texas Academy
of Mathematics and Science at
the University of North Texas.
Stanford was honored by
Kimberly Cooper, the daughter
of Roy and Nelda Cooper of West
and a first-year student at the
Marcia Woosley, Assistant
Director of the Academy, says
the teacher appreciation banquet
is a way for Academy students to
thank the teachers who moti-
vated their academic careers.
"The banquet recognizes the
substantial influence these teach-
ers have had on these very spe-
cial young people," she says.
Created in 1987 by the Texas
Legislature, the Academy gives
talented high school students a
chance to complete their first two
years of college while earning a
high school diploma. Students
enter the Academy after their
sophomore year of high school to
live in a UNT residence hall and
attend regular UNT classes
taught by full-time faculty. After
two years, Academy students
receive about 60 hours of college
credit and enter UNT or another
university to complete their
Barry Snokhous of
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ies Lopez of Nicev-
's parents are Lou-
s and the late Jimmy
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siand Karen and Keith
n from West attended
STEfHENVILLE - Ann
Marie pbrs, a Tarlton State
University student from West,
was onf cf 74 students inducted
niversity's Texas Al-
la Chapter of Alpha Chi,
al honorary scholastic
John David Tobola
Mr. and Mrs. David P. Tobola of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, are the
proud parents of a baby boy, John David, bom on November 28,
1994 at the Jane Phillips Memorial Medical Center in Bartlesville.
He weighed eight pounds and seven ounces and measured 21 inches.
John was welcomed home on December 1 by his big brother,
Phillip, age four and a half.
Grandparents are Mrs. Jimmie Tobola and the late Jimmie
Tobola of West and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mack of Houston.
Thomas Austin Patterson
Nina Patterson, age 6, is proud to announce the arrival of her baby
brother, Thomas Austin Patterson. 4 .
Austin was bom at 10:33 am., November 22, 1994 at Scott ft
White Hospital in Temple. He weighed eight pounds six ounces and
was 21 inches long. . ,,, .
Proud parents are Shane and Shelly Patterson of West.
Grandparents are Raymond and Barbara Chudej of West and
Tommy and Sue Patterson of Waco. Great-grandparents are Mrs.
Raymond Chudej, Sr. of West; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Urban of West;
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Patterson of Crandall; and Mrs. James Thomas
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Knapek, Larry. The West News (West, Tex.), Vol. 104, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 15, 1994, newspaper, December 15, 1994; West, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth716665/m1/3/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting West Public Library.