Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 82, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 20, 1964 Page: 3 of 10
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THE POLK COUNTY ENTERPRISE, LIVINGSTON. TEXAS
THURSDAY. AUGUST 20>1944
Dobra Tulios -returned home
with her brother, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe V. Tulios ifnd °*hy .of Hous-
ton for ajgsfchAl visit
Mrs. %WDuke, tommy and
Chris, M* Paul Taylor of Wash-
[ington,.D. C. and the Don Chan-
ey children of Houston left last
Wednesday for a visit with Mr*-.
Duke's*;,parents Mr. and Mrs.
.ChrLriiarf in Virginia.
Mrs. Maude Walters visited
Mr. and Mrs. Lorrance Mebelich
and son, Mike, visited his parents,
Mr. and Mrs, Rud.dph Mebeljch,
during the" weekend.
Houston, sons of Mr. and Mrs Julios and Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Floyd Marlowe who ate spending Tulios in Lake Jackson during
several days with them. the weekend.
Mrs. Ivy Tulles, Debra and Mr. Jimmy Trevathan visited
Margaret and Miss EJlnora Tulios with the Beecher’s in Cleveland,
of Livingston visited Mr. and Mrs. Sunday, j
Fred Kefsh in Dayton last Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Joe K. Tulios
day. , and children of Liberty and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs Roy Miller and G. R. Munson, Charles and Betty
children of Lufkin visited his Lou spent thiee days at Lake Mur-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R, E. Mil- val near Gary, Texas. Mr. and
ler Sunday. Mr. Olemr-MiMeft- Mrs. ..Tulhat afid children have
son' of Mr. and Mrs. $idney Mil- returned home after a two week’s
ler, of Channel view, spent the vacation.
week with His grandparents. Mrs. Iva Tulios of Houston vis-
Mrs. Ivy Tulios and sort, Ger- ited Mrs. Mary Peavy during the
aid visited Mr and Mrs. Richard weekend.
YOU CMI SOLVE THE
WITH -te- f -
Prospective Pilot Safe - Teen Club
Members Attend Get-Together Party
By Mrs. Edith Tulios
“What are the teenagers of to- ledge that the modem fecrcljpr
da$ coping to?” Hardly a day is interested enough In the pc >
passes that we don’t read or hear lem of traffic safety to irec inw
thi^phraaa about the-currcnLgen: a member. <4„ the safe driving
eration. club and to xepress that interest
But.member* of the Pilot -C3ub<
of Livingston have a ready an-
swer to this question "They are Byi C|f|octinP
the dedicated mothers and fath- I Tl. JjIvJlHIC
ers of tomorrow
‘ Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Her
rin 'Waltvia during the weekned
were, Mrs. Ha.meon Walters, Mr.
,<ml M s. I >.ck- Maihais of Hous-
ton, Mr. and Mrs. R A. Powell
f . r . -TTr".,.» a
and nurses, the mayors and Judg-
es, the governors and legislators,
some of fKeirTwTII even be elect-
ed president They hold the safe
ty of their children and our grand-
children in their hands, and they
want the world to be a better and
safer place in which to live,"
This answer is proven by the
fact that 30 Livingston High
school students of driving age
were interested enough in safe 1
driving to attend the initial get
together meeting of the Livingston
PUoa Safe-Teen Club for 196-t-GR.
hekl Friday, August H, at the
Private Swimming Pool in Living ;
Mrs Howard Jone*. Pilot Safe-
ty Chairman, stilted that member-
ship in this dub Is open to Living-
ston High School students who I
tvivc .1 driver's license and hono- |
rary membership is open to those
who expect to apply for a license
when they'reach 16 years of age,
Within the next few months She
said the Safe-Teen Club meets
once a month for a combination
business and program meeting,
and the first regular meeting will
be on Saturday, September 12,
at 7 30 p m , In the City Auditor!
Beginning in September also the
Pilots will continue thetr Drtyer
of the Month Awards to a boy
and girl Safe-Term memher The
award consists of a certificate
and a tSOO check which are pre-
senied to winners at the PlloU’
monthly program meeting
Mrs Jones said the Pilots have
discovered through sponsorship
of the teenaged driver*' dub th«
past two yean, that teenagers
are more aertoua and more in
terested In learning and practic-
ing habits of safe driving than
are. most adults, Adults have
yeara More, formed thetr drn
thg habits, ind It is hard for them
to change Teenagers, on the other
hand are still searching for know
ledge and are willing to accept
It when It la made available
Therefore, It seems that educa-
tion may be one answer to the
Improvement of traffic safety,
with teenagers who are educated
in safe driving practices passing
these safe, courteous, defensive
driving tactics on to their child-
ren (when the time comes) there-
by perpetuating good driving hab-
Thursday • Friday • Saturday
AUGUST 20 • 21 • 22
SAN DIEGO. Calif (FTfTNC)
Marine Private Lowell Dy Syto.
tine, son of Mr. and Mis. Am»-
W. Sylestine of Route 3, Living-
ston, completed recruit training
July 22. at the Marine Corps Re
cruit Depot. San Diego. Calif.
Marine recruits undergo more
than 100 hours of physical condi
tinning, spend more than W hours
learning how to drill, ami devoti
three weeks to rifle and pistol
maikxmamthip m their 11-week
Folkming graduation, he will
report to Camp Pendleton, Calif;,
for advanced infantry training.
With $1.00 10
or More Lb- Bae
HUNTS YELLOW CLING
jove Money, Save Big Bonus Stomps
The Pilot Club of Livingston
held their dinner meeting Aug
us? 17, 1964 at Roland's Restau-
The Membership and Pilot In-
formation Committee was in
charge of the pr. gram
Plot Mane Davit, rhairman,
Introduced Martha McKee who
gave a brief summary of the
Future Homemakers of America
Conference in Chicago which she
Entertainment was provided for
by Mary Alice Pate and Connie
Smith who sang "Climb Every
Carol Ann Kimball then gave a
brief summary of the Future
Homemaker* of America Con-
ference at Nacogdoches.
Pilot president. Mabel Helton,
then presided over the initiation
of Thelma Smith and Lillie Hart
Pilot Mary Frances pnmeron
read the Pilot Club "Code of
The meeting was then adjourn-
FRESH GROUND ROUND
RATH’S CEDAR- FARM
12 0*. Pkg.
MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT
Regard)*** of what you hear,”
Mrs Jones state*, "teenagers
are safe driven It is Just that
a small minority of teenager*
who lack maturity and ordinary
common mrm, drive’ recklessly
and give this reputation to all
The Safety Chairman pointed
out that spomorthip of the Pilot
Sale-Teen Chib is Just a small,
minute effort when the millions
oi rwworww (Ximimiouiiiy rmvw*
lag our highway* are conaidered.
"But if through our efforts we
ran save one life," she said, "or
help prevent one serious accident,
we wiB be grateful ”
Members of the local PUot Cluh
wfD never know if their preventive
efforts are aucceasful --because
you e«Mt Identify something
Gat wear happened — but they
receive satisfaction for the ex-
penditure of time and money on
the Sale-Teen dub, in the know-
ARMOUR STAR — All Meat
12 0*. Pkg.
•Pickle • Pimiento y 5 GOOD BABY BEEF
HIT CROWN or SQU/
•Liver Cheese ., ..
O |"lip lean. MEATY
‘ ° Day pork chops •-
TH - ARMOUR - OR MOHAWK CANNED
jdjfe R G. -Garrett, _ Executive
Director of the Texas Animal
Health Comml*aion, announces
the reaccreditation of Polk County
as a Modified Accredited Tiber-
County Agent Billy H. Steele, j
has received the certificate which j
Is good for nix years.
"This Commission wishes to ex- j
pres* Its appreciation to the peo-
ple of Polk County for the splend-
id cooperation extended to Us
representative* while work was
being conducted in Polk County;
and requests the further coopera-
tion of the citizens of the area
to maintain the tuberculosis stat-
us of the county." Dr. Garrett
UNCLE WILLIAMS SLICED
X 2 far $1.00
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Dove, Billy C. Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 82, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 20, 1964, newspaper, August 20, 1964; Livingston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth781691/m1/3/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Livingston Municipal Library.