Clipped From The Brookshire Times
this plan unanimously. Past President to New President Garber Short (rt) is pictured accepting the gavel from Melvin Scott who has served as Rotary President —Times Staff FhoU for the past year. World Political Situation Reviewed At Kaly Rotary Pat' Flaherty, news commentator commentator of KPRC-TV, addressed addressed the Katy Rotary Club '<»<rt Thur-«1»v night on "The World Political Situation". Bake and Rummage Sale There will be a bake sale t Shearer's Grocery and a iummage sale at the Gass ler building next Saturday uly 6th. They are both ponsored by the Brookshir Vssembly of God Church, and /our'patronage is appreciated. appreciated. Votice! There will be no Ladies V . W. Auxiliary meeting thi Thursday, July 4th. The on y meeting of the month wi >e on the 18th of July. About 65 Rotarians and theh wives attended this meeting which was installation and la dies night. A steak dinnei was served in the school cafe teria, catered by the Rice land. Melvin Scott, out-going president presented 100',« at tendance pins. One year pin; went to Roy Morrison. Ware Stanberry, and Max Wander Tw« ye*" 1 oins were receivec by Don Elder, Bill Evans, Em 11 warns, and Jimmie Taylor three yea;- pliio wars claimec by M. A. Gray and Fred Ry lander. Carey Pitts received a four -rrar attr-.-^.nre " ! 'i. George Lee received a nine year pin Arthur Miller an eleven year «'n and Walter Dierschke, a thirteen year pin. Mr. Scot then presented Bill Evans with the past secretary's pin and Bill in turn presented "Scotty" with the past presi lent's pin. Garber Short was then in rtalled the new president o Katy Rotary. Officers t ierve with him are E. Ra barren, secretaryi Henry E Hood, treasurer, and Ro .Morrison, Maurice Chnstia uid Melvin Scott, directors. K.G/s Romp Over In Double Header The KG Peewees lead off Mon. night at the school park with their second victory in row with a 9-2 win over the Tomball Peewees. Dale win. The 10 through 12 boys winning their 2nd game in a row 10-6 with good pitching from Larry Mikeska. During the early innings the KG's played their hearts jut, scoring 7 runs in the first 3 innings. Come out Thursday night and.enjoy watching the KG's and the Katy Kats play a double header. Game time S :30 p.m., July 4th.