The Brady Herald (Brady, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 11, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 19, 1965 Page: 1 of 8
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School Set Jon. 23
The 14 Chapters of District r>,
Section 1, Grand Chapter of
Texas Order of the Eastern
Star will be represented at
Brady Saturday, Jan. 'ill. for a
School of Instruction and fi.i-:a
ternal visit of Mrs. Amy Goc-
hel, of Waco, Worthy Grand
Matron, Grand Chapter of Tio-
as, Order of the Kastern Star.
Participating chapters will be
San Angelo, Norton, Sterling
City, Winters, Brady, Robert
Lee, Mertzon, Bulling' r, I'.dcn,
Paint Rock, Miles, Christoval,
Concho and Bronte.
Officers attending the school
will be Mis. Goebel, Or. Jumcr
H. Goette, Worthy Grand Pat-
ron of Houston; Mrs. Fiance
Herrin, Grand Examiner of
Austin; Mrs. Kdith <*tr, Dis-
trict Deputy Grund Matron of
Austin; ami Mrs. Marie kitti.
Deputy Grand Matron o"f Brady.
* * *
Registration wHl begin at ►
a. m. at the Heady Masonic
Lodge, 117 South Blackburn
Street, under the- direction of
Mrs. Kstelle Spears. Hosts for
the coffee hour duiing reuistra
tion will be the Paint Rock and
MRS. AMY GOEBEL
Worthy Grand Matron
DR. GEORGE GOF.TTK
Worthy Grand Patron
Mrs. G. R. White
Funeral services were held
at 2 o’clock Sunday afternoon
at St. Paul's Kpiscopal Church
hy the Rev. William I,. I)oug-
las, rector, for Mrs. G. R.
White, wife of the president
of the Commercial National
Rank and former president of
the lioard of directors of Tex-
as AAM University.
Mrs. White died at <5 a. m.
Friday at Brady Hospital,
where she had lieen a patient
for the past 18 months. She
had lieen in failing health for
shout 10 years.
Mr. White also has been in
Rrady Hospital for more than
a year, and is considered in
Mr. and Mrs. White were
married in Kvansville. Ind., on
Dec. 3, 15*03, and had lived
since that time in Brady. She
was a native of Kvansville. and
was the former Victoria Bing-
ham. Her husband is her only
aurvivor, except two sisters-in-
law, a niece and three nephews,
and several cousins.
Many years ago Mrs. White
was active in church and civic
work, nnd at one time was a
member of the Library Board.
Following rites at St. Paul's
Kpiscopal Church, burial was
in Live Oak Cemetery in the
family plot, with Wilkerson
Funeral Home directing.
Pallbearers were Bill Ogden,
and Dr. Howard Ogden, Waco;
Frank Roddie, Jr., Clifford
Grubbs, Shields Norwood and
Dr. Richard Winters.
Refugio Track Put
On Racing Circuit
The Texan Racing Circuit, [of Willow City was re-elected
concluding its annual meeting recording secretary
last week at Bandera, has add Directors elec ted are Calvin [
I ed a new incnilier, elected off! Bierxchwale of h redericksburg. j
err* and <'t lining dates for Dr. Ted Holekamp of Junction |
MRS, KDITII OHK
Disk Deputy Grand Matron
GEORGE \DAMS AND JERRY DENNIS >MTII THEIR
. . . Adams received this .243 Bonington rifle for killing the
heaviest buck during the past hunting season. The contest
was sponsored by the Brady Chamber of Commerce. Adams’
deer, with 8 points, field dicr.- d 137 pounds. Jerry Dennis,
who now lives at Fort Worth, with his 30-0'! rifle awarded
him for killing the deer with the most points—15. It dressed
102 pounds. (Standard Photos)
MRS. FRANCES HERRIN
The "Hearts of Love School”
will open at 5* a. m. anil secre-
tary for the school will be Mrs.
Flo Hurt, assisted hy Mrs.
Beatrice Crunk of Paint Rock.
Following the morning ses-
sion, a luncheon will he served
id. 12:15. P- m. at the Plateau
Restaurant. The Concho, San
Angelo and Eden Chapters will
lie in ehargo of the luncheon.
A banquet scheduled for 6
p. m. will be held in the Fel-
lowship Hall of the First Meth-
odist Chuhch. Mrs. I,cla Tea-
gue, Mrs. Clovia Bryson and
Brady Chapter will la* in
charge of arrangements. Special
music will lie presented by Mrs.
Don Hale, Mrs. Kttio I,ou Neal
and Miss Joan Breckenridge.
The evening session at, 7:30
will Is- opened with a Welfare
drill and program under the
direction of Mrs. Malsd Dents
of Brady and Mrs. Carrie Belle
Roark of Mertzon. Mrs. Olene
!*•*•> S. Mesquite, llradv, died j Floyd of Brady will Ik? soloist
suddenly in his yard at his for the welfare program nnd
home Monday morning about j fraternal visits. Highlights of
9 o’clock of apparent heurt I the fraternal visits will he the
attack. i greetings of Mrs. Goebel, and
Mr Turn, n lifelong resident
of McCulloch I*>iiintv w.i lon-n
MRS. MARIK KITTLE
Deputy Grand Matron
A. 0. Turn, 67,
Albert Oscar Turn, fi7. of
Dies at Dallas
Mrs. Mattie Mathews, 7(1,
Hied at 1 p. m. Saturday in a
Funeral services were held at
2 p. m. Monday in Wilkerson
Funeral Home Chapel, with
burial in Voca Cemetery. The
Rev. Jim Hill, Central Baptist
Church, conducted the services
Pallbearers were Bill Jordan,
O. V. Owens, Henry Behrens,
Jack Clevenger, Jack Kcyser
und R. L. Chesser.
She was married to John J.
Mathews in 11*00 in Kerr Coun-
ty and they moved to McCul-
loch County that year. They
lived in this county until about
12 years ago. She had lived in
Irving five years.
Survivors include four grand-
children and one brother, Tom
Brown of Irving.
To Be Offered
The Vocational Education
IVopartment of Brady Midi
School will present a fonr-nlght
course In leadership training
for officers and Interested per-
sons in McCulloch County nr-
ganisatons. The course will be
on the use of parliiuontn-y pro-
coitiirc using "Robert’s Rilwt | <’*r Society Texas Divi ion, Iru
of Order" as reference.
K. I,. Boms and 'Iru.
Frances 11 on ting tun <q the
Vocational Education De-
partment of Brady High
School Invite each Huh
to tend iliree members.
Refugio Countv Fair As-
sociation at Itefugin *»•>
voted in as new member of
Other members arc the
meets at Fredericksburg. June
I tion, Sonora, Brady, New
Braunfels, Bnerne, Goliad, Sc
guin, Bandera and La Grange.
An improvement program in
excess, of $100,000 is said to lie
I currently underway at the Re-
Walter Greiner of Scguin was
elected as president to succeed
Willie ( < llirs of Junction;
I/cnnhard Van llohlen of Go!-
I iad was named as vice-president
and Tom Crump of Scguin sec
retary-treasurer. Willie N. I<ce
Nine absentee ballots had
lieen cast up to Tuesday at 1 p.
in., iri the city election Saturday
to decide whether the City of
Brady should purchase the Pio-
neer Natural Gus Company’s
system In Brady.
Absentee balloting closes
rue-day night, said City 8er-
rotrry C. H. Groves.
tn the elention Saturday,
considerable interest is Iteing
aroused, with opponents of the
utrasiire having met recently
to make plans against the pro-
>osed purchase. “We'd better
stop and think" a spokesman
said. "Lnt’.i not act loo quickly
in this important matter; pas-
sact of another bond issue
would make us owe a total of
*4.575,(100 in bonds," he said
an official program of
race* on all tracks with
deadline for entries in the
program set for Feb. 1.
Racing dates adopted at tha
R. M McCarver of Sonora, Par-1 meeting included the season's
ker Pumphprcy of Brady, B. I opening races st Scguin, March
W. Schriewcr of New Braun- | f> and 7 and March 13-14; Gol-
fels, Jack Kelly of Boernc, H. iad, April 3-4, and April 10-
L. Aouiclle of Goliad, Henry ! 11; Sonora, April 24-25 and May
race | Theis of Scguin, Bill Henry of 1 1-1; In Grange, May 8-5* and
Handera. R. M. Hopkins of l.a May 16-18; Scguin, June 12-13
Grange and I). F. hredthauer ami June Mt-20; New Brnun-
of Refugio. j fels, June 28-27; Brady July
Jack St ul t» of San An- i Jubilee. July 2-4; Fourth of July
tonio was elected presiding Festival, Fredericksburg, July
judge of the circuit. Mr-
Carver, l,ec, and Humphrey
were named alternate
Bandera. July 10-11, July 17-
18; July 24-25 and July 31-
Aug. 1; Hill Country Fair and
John H. Mayec of Flores- . Race Meet, Junction. August 12-
villo was named honorary I 14; Gillespie County Fair, h red-
judge. The meeting paid tri- j erirksburg, August 20-22; Krn-
btite to the late Check Batey dal! County Fair. Boerne, Sept,
of Scguin, previous presiding 4-8; Guadalupe County Fair,
judge, who died in the la.4 Scguin, Sc* 10-12; Favett*
year. i County Fair, La Grange, Sept.
Named to a committee ot five 17-1!*; Comal County Fair, New
to revise and amen I the lucin, Braunfels, Sept. 24 28.
rules of the circuit were Bier- | l.a Bahia Downs, Goliad, Oct-
schwale, Kelly, Hill Henry of I ober 2-3 and Oct. !t-10; Seguin
Bondern, l,ouis Sweet of New 1 duplicating the latter date to
Braunfels nnd Ben Horney oi run, Oct. 1* 10 and Oct. 1617;
Goliad. Handera will run five week-ends
Recording secritaiy Lee gave in fall, Oct. 30-31; Nov. 6-7,
statistics on the circuit which Nov. 13-14, Nov. 20 21 and Nov.
had 52 days of racing in 15*64.127-28.
with 939 horses running in the Refugio County Fair, as new-
4(’H raees scheduled for a total est member, is still officially
of 2,485 entries. The circuit av to adopt its dates with a spring
eraged nbout seven races per and fall meet to be held and
day and eight horses running possibly another meet to bo
per race. The rircuit licensed set for mid-summer.
167 trainers and 75* jockeys dur ] The 1966 meeting of the fir-
ing the past year. cuit will he held at Seguin on
The rirruit will publish Jan. 12.
Crump Will Head
Senator Iahiis Crump of San i populated areas will gain re-
Saba was named chairman of presentation and the rural
the powerful Senate Committee areas will lose representation in
on Congressional, Legislative the halls of congress and the
open moottin* In the Brady High arMj Judicial Districts, last week, state legislatures. The federal
school aiidiK.-iuni I hunoisy i r|,ajrniarii p,. will preside courts hy these decisions have
nlglit m 7 o'clock when tin- oyor committee that will virtually destroyed the time
determine the destiny of con- honored system of checks and
gressional an<l legislative dis- balances as this system applies
triets this year. to our state government.”
The federal court has ruled Senator Crump further stated
that Texas must redistrict the that "I am honored that Lt.
1 congressional! districts and Governor Smith has placed me
that it must rodistrict its legis- in this position of great re-
lative districts hy August 2, sponsihility, and I will dedicate
JI.M53. ; myself toward solving these is-
The United States Supreme sues with the minimum impact
I tion will open at x a. m. and Court in ruling on cases from on our state government. It is
I,,.,. ,,t 7 p. tn. other states which unquestion- my hope that, this can be done
__________________ ably have similar congressional in the 110 day regular session
and legislative districts, has hut common sense tells us that
stated districts must bo bused a special session may he neces-
on population factors only. sary in order to keep the fed-
Senator Crump stated, ’Thatjeial courts from usurping this
even though 1 represent the
second largest district in Texas,
Proponents are to hold an
uncial advisors and engineers
employed by the city will be
present tn answer questions.
“\Ve tiopo everyone who
Is Interested will torn out
lor I tie meeting.” said
Mayor Joliu Rudder. Tills
is your rlly and you are
entitled to kooxx tile fads,”
Tli(- polls In Saturday’s elec-
Cancer Film Shown
To Ladies Monday
lamia J. Droll, Field Uepre-,
sentativc of tin* American Cun-
, A reception will lie given by
In Kant Sweden Community. Roll<.rt lA„. an(! Ballinger
-Inn. .1 1*5*7. A resident of n,,,,u,rl, f,,Rawing the meeting
Itrndy for 21 years, he was a
retired refrigeration malnten
Mrs. Roverta Hark rider.
Worthy Matron of Brady Order
The flrs( meeting will bn
Monday night, Feb. 1, at 7
o’clock In the Brady High
School llb'nry. The classes will
meet on Monday or Thursday
nitilts after the first meeting.
I of Eastern Btar No. 117 and i the group attending deciding
Herbie Harkrhler, W .rthy Pat- which night. Tho meetings cost, accompanied hy
on, assisted hy Mr. and Mrs. should no' last more than one Mrs. Janus Mali* v.
| Herbert Harkridcr, will be hosts and a half hours.
I for a buffet dinner Friday, I -*--*—
| Jan 22. at fl 30 at the llarkrid- !Jf*;|f|\' YVoillllIl's
In addition to being chairman
area wise, several counties will of the Congressional, Legisla-
tive to lie added to the dis-1 tive and Judicial Districts Com-
triet in order to comply with mi tec, Senator (rump, former
the orders of the federal courts, president pro tempore of the
Other Douglas (Doug) Huf-IThla, no doubt, will be the most Senate, serving his second
stutler, 47, died at 1:25 p. m.! important legislation to be ron- term, was assigned membership
Thursday in Reeves Memorial sidered at this session and by on nine other committees. These
Hospital at Pecos. j far the most controversial. assignments include committees
Mr. Hufstntler was a memlier i ‘‘These decisions by the fexl- on Agricultural anil Livestock,
on her trip to San Antonio in nf the famed “Lost Battalion” era! courts is, a serious blow to , Constitutional Amendments,
November when she attended during World War II which was , the people in the rural areas Education, Finance, Insurance,
the state convention of the eapturad early in the war by ! of Texas and all America. They Jurisprudence. Oil and Gas,
from San Arr'cl.i, met at the American Cancer Society where j||paMM forces and remained mean that the cities and heavily , State Affairs and Public Health,
opening meeting of the Met ul over 200 local presidents, noted jn prison camps for three and
loch County society Monday physicians and nurses were on a half years,
evening at 7:550 at tin- McCul- j hand to clarify questions and Funeral was held at 10 a. m
loch Electrir Co-op building. needs. j Friday in First Rnptist Crurch
| at Pecos, with burial at 10 a
! m. Saturday in Brady Ceme-
Mr. Hufstutler lived it
he ! Brownwoad when he entered
! Mrs. A. J. Ri'ks, prcsidcnl
l of the local soi icty, presided i
over the rnet ting and reported
Honored guests wfll tie the
grand officer*, worthy matrons
and worthy potions of District
«>, Section l.
funeral service* will bt held
Wednesday at ;* p in from
Wilkerson Fuiierni chapel. Her
vtres will he conducted by the
Rev. Tommy Brown*- of Han
Antonio, former pastor of the
itrsdv Presbyterian Church
Burial will lie In Res) llnven
Mr Turn Is survived hy his
wife, one step-son. Clarence
W 'kcruin of Itrndy. on* daugh-
ter, .Vk*s. Beverly I fieri* i Ap-
pleton of llrvdy, two slaters,
Mrs. Agnes Brandt of Canada;
Mrs. Tint i.andrinn of Brady:
two brothers. A. J Tern of
Brady amt Tin odor* Turn of
Canada four q*-and<ht!dr<*n and __
two step-grandchildren n,m1 cheeking oil his home there.
Pallbearers will he Lcyreslwi Mr. Alecks la making his home
Moore. Joe Ogden. J fl. batata, will
I. t| K»rld«c W. R. Tucker and ban
She told of rase histories
from M. D. Anderson Hos-
pital in Houston shown in
films at the meeting.
The members voted to
PcntCCOStH, Mallows nnn-diacriminatory in their help! service prior to World War II
to prevent cancer. I He whs a carpenter.
Attend I ratfram * ! survivors are h>> wife, tw>
Donald Rot ' Droll trowed a film to in ! daughters, Kay and Sue lluf
Mi and vited Indies repn rntint ! stutler of Brady; two brothers
visit.' i churches, church organization 1 L. K. Hufstutler of San An
and civic clubs of Brady on | gelo and Gayle Hufstutler ol
Dr. snd Mi
Niece Dies; Hotly
To San Antonio
briefly with Mr. and M
Hale in San Angelo Tiles,lay
evening before Bttr tiding thi
fourth of this season's San A”
(jelo C ollege Entert. inment
Breast Self - Examination” I Virginia; two sisters, Mrs
whereby I hey may detect can j Ometra Mitchell of Dslbsvt and
William Walker, New link
Mi'tropolitan Opera baritone
and personal friend of the
Mrs. Minerva McCoy, Mrs,
C. O. Bingham and Mrs. I«ee-
nmmr Ewing were notified re-
cently of the death of their IVntecosts, was the n
W. B. Meeks and meve. Mrs. | nice*. Mrs. Tommy Hansard of ist for the evening. Origin .II)
Coleman Mahray of Ahllene.; New York. | D-om Fort Worth, the throe
Here From Abilene
xvere in Brady last Wednesday
i attending to business and in
Melvin visiting with
cer in early stages. Dr. DonaUl
Pentecost answered questions
following the viewing.
This film wa-> a preview
to the few ladies so they
may take the impof'anre of
its message to members of
their organizations nnd
ask them to mark the date
of Marrh 8.
MeEin hern of San
Return From California
Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Worthy
and daughter, laiurie, and Mrs.
O. C. Johnson have reet ntly re-
turned from a 10-day trip to
California where they were
attended Arlington At that time the film will guests of his sister, Mrs. Boyd
tanre by a niece, Mra. Cody
friends Bradshaw of Austin. She said
the Iwxly was being flown to
San Antonin for hurial he«tdc
nicer and her hu»- that nf her husband, who was
Abilene dui mg the killed in a car accident nine
1 winter months. years ago.
Heights High School, the
men be s
attended TCU together.
their paths se|tarate«i.
* • •
Following the mneert.
all enjoyed visiting over
xuf nr Mil
shown for the
« of McCulloch
Brady High S
• bool audi-
Franeks is mem
Wilhite In Ontario. In Garden
Grove they visited Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer L. Peterson. They
also made tours of Ifisncvland
Knotts Her')* Farm and Mar
ineland and other points of
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