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Alumni Association Reports Renewed Interest for Meeting The Katy Alumni Meeting held May 27 was enjoyed by a large crowd and "renewed" interest was noted. Membership dues of $1.00 had been voted upon last year and enough had been paid so the organization was out of the red. Arthur Glenn Robi- MOMENTS OF MEDITATION Rev. Eddie Adorns ALL NATIONS AGAINST JERUSALEM!!! JERUSALEM!!! .The Bible says, "BEHOLD, "BEHOLD, the Day of the Lord cometh, and thy spoil (Israel) shall be divided divided in the midst of thee. For I (God) will gather ALL NATIONS AGAINST JERUSALEM to battle; and the city shall be taken, and the hpuses rifled, and the women ravished, and half of the city shall go forth into captivity, and the residue of the people shall not be cut off from the city. THEN SHALL the LORD go forth, and fight against those na- tjons, as when He fought in the day of battle. And His feet shall stand in ttiat day upon the mount qf Olives —". Zechariah 11: 1-1. In the New Testament, Jesus and the apostles 4ere on the Mount of (plives, and as the apostles apostles beheld, Jesus "was taken up; and a cloud received received Him out of their fight. And while thev kwked stedfastly toward noaven as He went up, behold, two men stood by them in white apparel; which also said. Ye men of Galilee, why stand ye gazing up into heaven? This same Jesus, which is taken up from you into heaven, shall so come in LIKE MANNER as ye have seen Him go into Heaven" Acts 1:0-11. The return of Jesus Christ is the Answer to Israels problems, your return return to the Creator is the Answer to your problems. problems. CHRIST IS THE ANS ANS WDR. chaux presided as president president and called for the usual reports. Mrs. Carl Schlipf gave a detailed report of the history which was prepared last year by Mrs. Schlipf and Mrs. J. D. Woods. The names of 42 servicemen from the alumni were read. Mrs. L. C. Riggs was the only member present of the golden anniversary class and the 9 members of the class of 1942 observing observing their 25th anni- versarv were present. New officers will be Greg Longenbaugh, president; president; Grady Hill, vice president; Beverly (Jordan) (Jordan) Shafer, secretary, Annis Hillhouse Divin, assistant secretary: Madelyn Sue Freeman Tyler, treasurer; Avadelle Avadelle Peck Short, historian historian and Mrs. Carl Schlipf assistant historian. Visiting is the main program before and after the dinner. The Melvin Scott home was the scene of a reception for the 25th anniversary class later in the evening and the Class of 1936 which had 14 members present were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cardiff. Out-of-town alumni and guests included Jack E. Bierman, Mobile, Ala; Bob W h i t s o n. Glens Falls. N. Y; Peggv Freeman Freeman Djerf, El Paso; Kenneth Kenneth and Malvonee Hall, Luling; Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Gilpin, Rosenberg; Mr. and Mrs. William Higgins. Ledbetter; Mr. and Mrs. Don Lilly, Angleton; Angleton; Ruth Melendy, Collbran, Colo; Patsy Swogetinsky, Galveston; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Collins, Collins, El Campo; Dorothy Peck Mcrrifield. Humble; and from Houston: Juanita Juanita Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Roper, Wilma Billingsley, R. L. Baircl, John H. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Barkley. Barkley. Mr. and Mrs. Law- ra'nce H. Frozee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Rex V. Post, Bond and Anna Ruth Griffin, Mrs. Edna Arnold, Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. VVilpitz, Mr. and Mrs. Penn C. Aldrich. Katy Alumni Celebrate 25th Anniversary The Silver Anniversary Class of the Katy Alumni were pictured at the banquet banquet Saturday evening. L to r are, seated, *Betty Chandler Cardiff, *Dona Maxine Tucker Barker, *Patsy Swogetinsky, Mrs. Ernest Allen Wilpitz, and Mrs. Kenneth Roper. Standing are John Cardiff, Raymond Barker, *Jack Miller, Miller, W. E. Barkley, *Lucilee Beyler Barkley, *Eddie Erliene Rapsilver Mayberry, H. D. Mayberry, *Ernest A. Wilpitz, "Kenneth Roper, Melvin Scott and 'Dorothy 'Dorothy Stockdick Scott. (* Classmates) Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Scott entertained the group with a reception at their home following the banquet. Of the 20 seniors, not present were Clarence Bruton, Harvey Davis, Johnny Johnny Dawson, Stanley Rheman, Dorothy Jane McDonald Ellis, Donna Mae McCabe, Susie Peek, Ella Lea Sible Sowers, and Barbara Sorsby. Deceased are Charlie Wilson and Marie Uloth. 50 Years Observed Mrs. L. C. (Mae Whitson) Riggs of San Antonio (left) was present for the 50th anniversary of the graduation of the class of 1917. Her classmate, Mrs. Elfreda Hoyt Aylor usually attends the alumni meetings meetings but was in England visiting this year. Pictured with her is Mrs. Carl (Zelma Roberts) Schlipf a deal 1 friend and Class of 1919. GOING, GOING, GONE! Senior League Reds Lead , The senior league ha> Six flags Sets Daily Schedule Saturday, May 27, Six Flags Over Texas Commenced Commenced its Summer sche- lule of operating seven days a week from 10:00 a.m. to 10 p.m. through Labor Day, September 4. The popular historical* heme entertainment ceii- :er located midway be- ;wcen Dallas and Fort Worth has been operating operating on Fridays, Saturdays Saturdays and Sundays only. Angus G. Wynne, Jr., rounder of Six Flags and President of Great Southwest Corporation, owner/operator of the Park, called the 1967 Spring operations "the. best ever. In 1966 we opened on April 16th and drew 162,468 visitors through May 22nd. This year we opened on April 29 and, despite six days of rain and six less operating operating days, we still drew 158,315 visitors through May 21." "We also broke the all-

Clipped from The Brookshire Times08 Jun 1967, ThuPage 16

The Brookshire Times (Brookshire, Texas)08 Jun 1967, ThuPage 16
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