The Fayette County Record (La Grange, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 62, Ed. 1 Friday, June 3, 1960 Page: 4 of 6
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By Mrs. L. W Miller
HD Club Meets
The local HD club held Its mon-
thly meeting at tht) conununiy
center Monday night with tie
presiu nt. Mrs. Henry Russ, pre-
siding. Rev ntsen members
present, includin' -i new member.
Mrs. Raymond udes, and two
visitors, Mrs. Hon Weeren of I.*
Grange and Mrs. nn Meyer of
Flatonla. The HD a nt, Mrs. Net.
tie Mae Freudenber*.-. iot.lt ns her
topic "Making a Good Ajineur-
ance, Ry Grooming and Proper
Posture in Sitting and Standing,”
also. ‘‘Glove Etiquette at Sacred
and Social Affairs."
Mrs. Harry laieders, tors. Bill
Blundell and Mrs. J. "W. Due l ira
were hostessses and served • oil-
clous refreshments. T'he me
meeting will be held at the court-
house with Mesdames W. 0.
TflE FA V KITE COUNTY RECORD. LA ORA NOE, TEXAS
Uoehuke. Sain Smith and Leonard
Cherry as hostesses.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Swinea as-
sisted by Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Mil-
ler Sr. planned a surprise 60th
wedding anniversary open house
Friday afternoon at the Swinea
home from 2 to 4 for their friends,
Mr. and Mrs.^Nolan Hyman. How-
ever, plans had to be changed
early Friday morninj; when Mrs. |
Swinea received the sad message
that her 14 - year old grandson,
James Uryant Crossgrove Jr., of
Tallulha, La., hud been killed in
a motorcycle accident the evening
before. The open house was then
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman. Mrs. Vastine Blauken-
burg assisted Mrs. Miller in serv-
ing refreshments to the friends
who called to wish them well.
Elstner of Weimar. A June 25th
family wedding is planned In St.
Michael church in Weimar Mr.
Elstner is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Elstner of Weimar.
By Mrs. Elmo Noak
guarantee for customer satisfac-
tion is known far and wids. You
get just what you
Rev. A. H. Burns and wife of
West Point asked W. H. liight-
mer, their neighbor, to read a,
chapter from the Bible and Rev.'
Burns offered a prayer appropri-.
ate for the occasion. Mrs. Hyman |
is a sister of R. I). Miller and an j
aunt of L. W. Miller. Mrs. Hyman
is .SO years old and Mr. Rymau I
is 81. They were married in Kount-
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Helton
announce the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their dau-
ghter, Bailie Ruth, to Johnny
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When other dealers want
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Pentecost Feast &
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Sunday, .June 5
Sil Krenek’s Orch.
Dancers SOf, Spec. 10f
Next Dance June 11
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Mrs. Irvin Ivy has returned
home after spending several days
in Smithville. part of the time in
the hospital and the remafbder
with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dar-
ling and sous. She says she feels
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Seale and
daughters of Edna visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rightmer
and other relatives over the week-
Garry Warren of Houston visit-
ed with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. War-
ren and children over the week-
Mr. and Mrs. SilaH Jacobs had
as their guests during the week
his father and step-mother, and
his uncles, Andrew Jacobs and
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Speed visit
ed with Mr. and Mrs., Raymond
Speed and daughters in Baytown
and with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ivy In
Angleton over the weekend.
Churlle Rlghtmer was a busi-
ness visitor in Scaly Thursday.
Mrs. William Cherry and, sons
visited with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. Krause in Waco the
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lueders had
all their children and grandchil-
dren home over the weekend: Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Lueders and chil-
dren of George West, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Williams and sons
of Canyon, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Keener of San Antonio, Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmie Lueders and son of
College Station and Mr. and Mrs.
J W. Lueders and children of
Muldoon. Mr. and Mrs. Williams
and children will remain for the
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Atkins and
Tommie and Rodney Bateman of
Houston visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Helton over the weekend.
Rodney remained for a longer
Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Ehler of
Robstown visited with Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Miller Thursday after-
noon and Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly, Joe
Graduation Exercises Held
Commencement and eighth grade
promotional exercises were held
here in the high school gymnasi-
um Friday evening before a capa-
Mary Ami Arndt, with an aver-
age of R5.575, was valedictorian of
the class. Carol Ann Wunderlich,
with an average of 95.250, was sa-
lutatorian. Other honor students
were Helen Marie Berger, 92.775;
James Urban, 90.776; and Hurvey
Senior graduates included Bwr-
nell Albers, Mary Ann Arndt, He-
len Marie Berger, Helen Domasch,
Delores Kichler, Wayne Etzel,
Wei by Joe Falkenberg, Lester
Goehring, Barbara Jean Kitchen,
Anna Jean Knelp, Douglas Knut-
zen, Jo Nell Matejowsky, Rosella
Mdriers, Branch Neutzler, Henri-
etta Noak. Arlie Wayne Oetkin,
A. W. Peters Jr., Jerry Schmidt,
La Vern Schott, Norman Schultz,
Harvey Treybig, James Urban,
Robert Wagner, Harry Wolff, aud
Carol Ann Wunderlich.
Tommy Doerr was valedictorian
of the eighth grade and Samira
Hoppe was salutatorian. There
were 34 students promoted from
the eighth grade,
Family Get Together
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Jacob Sr.
entertained all of Mrs Jacob’s
brothers and sisters and some of
j the Jacob children with a chicken
| barbecue and all of the trimmings
at their home Sunday. In the aft-
ernoon lunch consisting of cake,
pie, sandwiches and coffee was
Present for the occasion were
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Krause, Mrs.
Ed Krause, Mrs. Bill Crawford
and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Kervln
Jacob. Patsy, LILnda and Dinah,
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Jacob, Deborah
I «nd Alan, all of Houston; Mr. and
j Mrs. Robert Krause of Alvin, Rob-
■ f,rt Krause Jr. of Port Arthur;
j Miss Lydia Kirschner of Brenham;
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause. Ric-
ky and Oheri, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
j Krause of Austin; Mrs. Alma Hin-
te and Mrs. Louise Fuchs of
Round Top; Mrs. Hedwig Neutz-
ler and Oran and Ernest Matthies
and Virgil of Burton.
This was the first time the en-
tire family hMd been together and
a very enjoyable day was spent.
Valerie Ann Haunemann, Infant
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. A. M.
Hannemann, received the Holy
rites of baptism during worship |
service at the Martin GUther
church in Carmine Sunday morn-
ing. Serving us sponsors were
Chaplain Eugene E. Hannemann,
Mrs. C. V. Boehrae and Mrs. Ar-
Mrs. Alma Kiehr will leave
this week for a few days’ visit
in Houston prior to making a
trip to Davenport, la., and Mo-
line, Illinois, for an extended
visit with her brothers and
sisters and other rt'latives.
Trip To San Antonio
Out-of-town guests in the Han-
nemann home for the day were
Chaplain and Mrs. Eugene E. Han-
nemann, Kathy, Neil and Anita of
Myrtle Bea(*h Air Force Base,
South Carolina, Mr. and Mrs. C.
V. Boehme. Gary and Cheryl of
Baytown, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Do Lange Jr. of Houston, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Glndorf, Miss Ella Well*
meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Lehmann. Vivian and Mark, of
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Next to Payette Electric
Mrs. Gene Vasut of
Angleton, accompanied by .fiir.
and Mrs. Bmil Coufal of here, en-
joyed a trip to San Antouio last
At Hostyn Hall
Sunday, June 5
Rudy Kurtz Orch.
Honoring Leslie Faldyn
und Itride, Carmel Muras
GRAND MARCH 8:30 P. M.
Mr. and Mrs Robert Albrecht
of San Antonio Bpent the week*
end herp with Mr and Mrs O W.
Mr. and Mrs Frank Marek and
family of Rosenberg spent Sun-
day in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Marek and family.
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. No-
lan Krebs and Marsha Sunday
were Mr and Mrs. Otto Stolls Sr.,
and Jimmie. Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Stolie Jr. of La Grange.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mins sen,
Mr and Mrs. Larry Krebs and
sons spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Eddie Machinsky and family
Where Fayette County
Buys Fresher Foods
For Less — Every day,
Plus Valuable Black Gold
Stamps With Every
Specials Good Tliur., Fri., Sat., June 2-3-4
Modern & Old-Time
Saturday, June 4
And His Orchestra
Adm.: 50f* Person
Bring the Children,
Dance, Rain or Shine!
For Free Table Reservations
Call No. 1 or 382W
In La Grange
Marshall and Thomas Plaz visited
with relatives in Riverside and
Sunday they attended the wedding
of one of Mr. Kelly’s nieces.
■ Mrs. A. A. Haymon and daugh-
ter, Carol, of Lake Charles. La.,
visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Swinea over the weekend.
Mth. KTfie Ivy visited with
rriends in Fort Worth all week
Edward Farthing of Lullng vis-
iten with Mr. and Mrs. J. A Swi-
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Ooppedge
and sons of Cnero vfatted with
Mi1, and Mrs, Leonard Cherry
Miss Elizabeth Parker Is spend
ing the summer with Mr. and Mrij
Fox Parker in Marfa.
Mr. and Mrs. Hatcher of San
Antonio and Mr. and Mrs. Goff
of Florida visited with Rev and
Mrs. Henry Adrion III in the home
"f Mrs. Effle Ivy over the week-
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Saturday, June 4
Ray Krenek’s Orch.
Atlm.: 50f Person,
Next Dance Friday, June 1
Music: The Continentals
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OF PRECINCT 3
F R E E
Saturday, June 4
The Melody Play Boys
Plenty of Refreshments
Cedar Creek Schuetzen Verein
303 Cans 1
1 GRAPEFRUIT JUICE t
32 Oz. Cans
1 — $1.00
Stokely’s Cream Style
GOLDEN CORN 6
Waldorf Asst. Colors
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• - By .
DOG FOOD 5
303 Cans ■ Foremost Gallon Jug
$1.00 ORANGE DRINK 39c
Niblets Whole Kernel 12 Oz. Cans I Foremost 2 Pounds
CORN 6— $1.00 COTTAGE CHEESE 39c
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Miss Gracie Psenci
elect of Bernard Pen
honored at a surpris
laneous shower at tb
vilion at 1:30 Sund
Hostesses were tl
maids, Mrs. Jerome
cak, Mrs. Bubba Bill
Leroy Perrard am
Carmel Muras, Char
rard, Carolyn Thun
Andrea Ryza; and
Gene Fajkus, Leslie
ward Fajkus, Neal B
with her prospectiv
was presented with
of white carnations
ther, Mrs. Louis Ps
the groom’s mother
mund Perrard of We
wore pink camatior
and the bride’s gri
Mrs. Joe Kovar Sr.
sage of yellow rose
The beautifully w
packages were aria
table beneath an
After they were un
lunch of sandwic
cookies, kolaches, c
ed eggs, coffee and
served to the larg<
relatives and friem
Guests were re
Misses Carmel II
The wedding wil
on June 11 at Hof
Shower At PI
Miss Joan Svob
|elect of Don Smit
loree at a surprise
■bus shower Sunc
_^Hplum parish diuin
Blesses for the evei
1 i John Svoboda an
She was prese
F corsage of white
and her mother,
Syoboda, was giv
A bride doll ws
piece of the gift I
blue and white i
was used in decs
Mr. and Mrs.
became the hapf
a son, Thomas Et
ing seven p>
ounces, born V
was welcomed b
ter. His mother
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Sulak, John L. The Fayette County Record (La Grange, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 62, Ed. 1 Friday, June 3, 1960, newspaper, June 3, 1960; La Grange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth986536/m1/4/: accessed October 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Fayette Public Library, Museum and Archives.