The West News (West, Tex.), Vol. 106, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 20, 1996 Page: 4 of 12
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The West News * Thursday, Jun§ 20,1996
Brown - Nors
Mr. and Mrs. Benny Nors of Abbott and Mrs. Laurie Brown i
in honor of the late Billy Carle Brown, Sr. of Teague are pleased 1
announce the engagement of their children Laurie Ann Nors i
Billy Carl Brown, Jr.
Laurie is a 1995 graduate of Abbott High School. Billy is a 18
graduate of Teague High School and a 1995 graduate of Hill Coll
The couple met through a mutual friend.
Laurie is employed at the Turkey Shop and Cafeteria in t
and Billy is employed at Hill College in Hillsboro.
The couple plan a 2 p.m. wedding July 27 at the Immaculate Hea
of Mary Catohlic Church in Abbott.
By Wanda Adair
Summer feels like it's here
even before it's officially here!
When the temperature is 100
degrees it's summertime.
With the late rains our crops
really needed temperatures a
little more kind to them.
We were visiting with some
people at the Auction Bam the
other day and they were talking
about fields of cotton that were
dead or dying - just inches tall.
They had received no rain. Good
priees don't mean much if you
don't have a crop to sell.
Fathers everywhere ■ I hope
your special day was truly spe-
cial. I couldn't be with my father,
and though I had called him Fri-
day evening, I called him again.
Dad said they were getting
their trailer ready to go to Blanco
on Tuesday. Mom’s family re-
union is from Tuesday through
Sunday, so they will go to Blanco
and visit with family.
Ruby Cox is doing better. Her
doctor has diagnosed her prob-
lems and changed her medica-
tion. She has hopes of doing even
better. Hangin there Ruby, you'll
be walking again, soon, we pray.
Avanell King has had a round
of the shingles. She was out Sun-
day and feeling lots better. She
said she is still in pain, but is
Mildred Farr is still hai
problems with her back. She
tended church services, but
The Horton Reunion was Si
urday. I am sure many of
family attended this event
Mike and Angie Horton
Killeen, Alabama and their
dren Casey, Zachary, Micah
Cody attended the reunion, thj
spent several days visiting fai
ily. Mike had to work on Wedn< i-
day so he and Angie drove ba k
Their children will spend t e
nexttwo weeks with theirgrai 1-
parents, James and Je n
Harkins. Then sometime in jf y
they will drive to Killeen,
bama, that is. f
Travis McMorrough had
of his children with him
Father's Day. Jerry McMomwj
was there and Sharon Averi
Wyatt, Caitlin and Kristen ftj
Austin also spent the weekel
Terry and Linda Moore, j
sons Linz and Dustin spent
week at Eureka Springs. Lif
said everyone had a really
time and all made it home :
A special occasion was
day, aside from Father's
Casey Horton celebrated he}
birthday. Happy Birthi
A group of young peopli
planning a trip to Six Flags}
Thursday. Casey is plannin
going too. The Youth Group
the Church of Christ and se je
adults will be spending the
there. And our weatherm; n
THANK YOU ST. JUDE
St. Jude's Novena. May the most Sacred Heart of Jesui b
adored, glorified, loved and preserved throughout ;h
world now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus, pray for u
St. Jude, worker of miracles, pray for us. St. Jude, hel)
the hopeless, pray for us.
Say this prayer 9 times a day. By the 8th day, your pra? er
will be answered. It has never been known to tai'
Publication must be promised. Thank you St. Jude. H.U.
Pustejovsky - Ramsey
Senior Citizen ggj Mrs. Stanfield Janek
News to celebrate 50th anniversary
By Stella Perea
Hi! Come on out to a garage
sale this morning (Thursday) at
the West Senior Center. The sale
will be on for two days, Thursday
and Friday, from 9-12 noon each
The monthly birthdays will be
celebrated this Thursday also, so
lots will be happening. Also blood
pressure checks will be done.
This Friday evening, the Over
50 Dance Club will have their
monthly dance at the Lone Star
Hall in West, starting at 7 p.m.
Come on outandenjoy some good
fellowship and dance a few. Mu-
sic will be furnished by Jerry
Haisler. Admission will be $4
The West/Senior Center
thanks Loretta Svacek for coffee.
Also thanks for all the veggies
brought by Ted Kocian, Tony
Reutten and Beverly Eastwood.
The West Senior Center
Thebride-to-beisthegranddaughterofthelateMr.andMrs.Will at the Center. Your support is
Bond of Hillsboro and the late John Ramsey of Waco. The future greatly appreciated,
groom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Hemy Pustejovsky of Abbott Door prize winners last week
and the late Mr. and Mrs. William Fetter of Penelope. were Josie Kubala Nora
Rebecca is a 1993 graduate of Abbott High School, attended Hill Holacka, Henry Urbanovsky,
College and is certified as a child care director and owner ofRebecca’s Elsie Jan® a”. on111®
Country Daycare and Learning Center in Hillsboro. Mangrum. Congratulations.
Craig, who is also a 1993 graduate of Abbott High School, is An Agpe joined a paratrooper
The couple plan a July 20 wedding at the Immaculate Heart of rip cord. Tell 'Geronimo!' and
Mary Catholic Church in Abbott. pull the rip cord," he told them.
"If the parachute does not open,
Mr. and Mrs. Stanfield Janek
Mr. and Mrs. Stanfield Janek, Sr. of Elm Mott will celebrate their
50th wedding anniversary this Saturday, June 22 with a reception
at the Elm Mott Church of Christ fellowship hall.
The couple's children are Stanfield Janek, Jr. of Upland, Califor-
nia, Benny and Cheryl Janek of Birome, and David L. Janek,
deceased. The couple also has three grandchildren.
Mr. Janek and the former Bonnie Sealey of West were married
promising 100 degrees each af-
ternoon. They'll certainly enjoy
any ride or activity where they
can get wet. Have fun, kids!
Pam Boivie enjoyed the com-
pany of her sister, Sue, all week
last week. She had to return home
\ Joyce Pinter suffered a set
back in her recovery from a stroke
. which occurred several weeks
ago. Joyce, we pray that you will
soon be well again.
Our Camp Fire Day Camp is
going well. So far the boys and
girls, the aides and the adults
are havingfun. I know the adults
are tired by the end of the day,
but still looking forward to the
next day. Our theme is our envi-
ronment, Recycle, Reuse, Discard
Safely. We're all learning.
Happy birthday, Brookhaven
Youth Ranch. They celebrated
their tenth year of being a ser-
vice to youth last week.
Diane Heine, the daughter-
in-law of Bill and Molly Gillmore,
is suffering through the last
stages of her illness. Diane and
her family need our prayers.
Trent Huffhines celebrated is
birthday last Sunday. Margaret
Money will blow out candles on
Paula Kapavik fn^CddTtf^ej^M West resident Abbott youth
and frantically knocked on the
door of the plane, yelling, "What
was that Indian's name, again?"
Next week at the West Senior
Center, the Antique Pickers will
be at the center on June 25. Come
on out and listen to some good old
bluegrass music. Then on June
27, don't forget the local domino
tournament starting at 9 a.m.
Another domino tournament
is coming up real soon! There
will be domino and "42". The
Summer "96" Domino
Touraments is sponsored by Sul
Ross Senior Center. They will be
Corby LaCroix of West re-
cently won third place in the over
13 talent division of the Second
Annual MusicFest, sponsored by
the McLennan Community Col-
lege Commerical Music Depart-
LaCroix competed against
more than 45 other talent en-
tries to win valuable prizes from
area music stores and recording
time in the MCC recording stu-
Local CDA court regent, Gin'
ger Kutscherousky (left) pre-
sents Paula Kapavik with a
Catholic Daughters of the
Americas, Court Sacred Heart
#829 of West has awarded the
Southwestern Bell Corporation
Foundatio/VIP Schlarship to
Paula is a 1996 graduate of
from 1-3 p.m. on July 9 with
, Cynthia Jezek
set of dominoes. If you plan on gTfldllfltBS from
' eating lunch with them on that
day, please let them know in ad-
1 came across this recipe that
I would like to share with all of
"Recipe for a Happy Home”
5 pints Love
2 cups Hope
4 cups Laughter
3 quarts Care
Thursday. I'm sure there are oth- West Hivh'School She is attend- . ^x toSeD>®r: Sprinkle with
but my calendar is ?? 1 looked for
it this morning - but it wasn't on
my desk. Anyway, happy birth-
day if you were a June baby.
Have a good week, stay out of
the heat if you can, and we'll see
you next week.
300 North Main 826-5182 West, Texas
Prices Good Thru Saturday, June 22.
Celebrating our 100th Year in business! <
accounting. Paula is the daugh-
ter of Jane and Hemy Kapavik.
The $500 scholarship was
made possible with a grant from
the SBC Foundation that the
court received in recognition of a
retired SBC employee and CDA
member who has volunteered
more than 48 hours in the past
12 months in the name of the
court for the church and commu-
Ginger Kutscherousky, local
court regent made the presenta-
tion at the courts’ meeting on
Cynthia Anne Jeaek
Cynthia Anne Jezek gradu-
ated as the 1996 Valedictorian of
Incarnate Word Academy of
Cynthia is the granddaughter
of Mrs. Annie Jezek of West and
the daughter of Joseph and Chris-
tine Jezek of Pearland.
An Abbott youth has been cho-
sen to receive the 1996 Youth
Foundation Scholarship, accord-
ing to Texas Farm Bureau Legal
Director Ridge Pate, Youth Foun-
‘ dation coordinator.
Abbott High School senior
David Pustejovsky, son of Emil
and Frances Pustejovsky of
Abbott, will receivu $1,000 per
year, renewable for up to four
years, towards his college educa-
tion. He plans to pursue a degree
in Broadcast Journalism atTexas
A&M University in the fall.
David is leaning toward a ca-
reer in sports broadcasting. He
has been active academically,
participating in a wide variety of
Interscholastic League events at
the district, zone, and regional
levels in a number of categories,
and in sports, throughout his high
David has served as National
Honor Society president, AHS
Council member, Abbott ISD
Educational Improvement Coun-
cil member and Peer Assistance
and Leadership member, and in
various other leadership capaci-
_ Additionally, David was a na-
tional finaTlst fbr Wendy's High
School Heisman, semi-finalist in
Catholic Daughters of the
Americas, Court Sacred
Heart #829 of West has pre-
sented the West Public Li-
brary with a check far $400at
their meeting on June 4. Gin-
ger Kutscherousky,local CDA
court regent (left), presents
West Public Librarian
Henrietta Meurer with the
Thomas Jefferson's nick-
name was the Sage of
Britons have the most microwave
tvens but the fewest dishwashers.
In swimming, the butterfly stroke has produced the fastest world
times in both the 100-meter and 200-metsr races.
Everyone, except (he British, cares
about the smell from a microwave cumulative grade point average)
oven dur ing use. in Latin, English and Mathemat-
Single men in July and Spain are icg. She has been accepted into 199° North American Open
:onsiderably more likely to buy a th* nre-meJirin* the Poetiy Contest, past winner of
she has been awarded the Fa-
ther Guinian Scholarship, a full-
tuition scholarship to attend the
also received a Phi Beta Kappa
scholarship, scholarships to at-
tend any state college for one
year free and other scholarships
to attend the University of Dal-
las for four years.
the Prudential "Spirit of Com-
munity" Award winner and the
recipient of many other awards
Prayer To The Blessed Virgin D-p-W
(Never known to Ml) O roost beautiful flower of Mouut Carmel,
fruitful vine, splendor of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God,
Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. O star of the Sen, help
me * show me here you are my mother. O Holy, Mary Mother of God
Queen of Heaven 4k Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of
my heart to secure me In my necessity (make request). There are none
that you can withstand your power. O Mary, conceived without sla
pray tor us who have recounted to thee (3 times). Holy Mory, I place
this cause to your hands (3 tecs). Say this prayer for 3 consecutive
days A then you must pubflth It a h wtfl be treated to you. It
Thanks A Lot!
The V.F.W. Post 4819 and Ladies Auxiliary wish to
thank all those who supported our Buddy Poppy sale,
and express our appreciation to all the merchants who
allowed us to sell at their businesses, especially West
Bank & Trust, State National Bank, Czech Stop,
Community Grocery, West Food Mart and Heitmiller’s
Thank you all. (iwp-an
A special thank you to all
my family and friends for
their prayers, get well cards,
telephone calls, flowers,
visits and food during my
stay in the hospital.
Also special thanks to
Father Ed Karasek, Dr. B.D.
Pierce, Dr. J. Kendall
Ethridge and Dr. Jerry
Benham. Also all the staff at
Providence Health Center.
Joseph J. Myaarcik, Jr.
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