Dora Massey Hart Hulsey 75th Birthday, part 3
er of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Sheffield of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Y. McNutt Jr. of Houston, Mr. and Mrs Marion Palasota of Waco, Dave Kneupper, Mrs. W. H. Bade and Mr. and Mrs. Alejandro Torres and children, all of San Antonio; Miss Gertrude Gates and Miss Debbie Hart of Hou ston, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wallace of Texas City, Mr and Mrs. Raymond Holmes and Mrs. Gertie Spear of Bre mondr Miss Maggie Young of Rockdale, and Mrs, fid Hoover of Salinas, California. The only members of "Mrs. Hulsey's immediate family unable unable to attend were: five grandchildren, Billy and Carol Hart of Fayetteville, Arkansas; Kathy and Mark Sims of Phoenix, Arizona; and Milton Hart of St. Petersburg, Florida; also one great grandchild, Mathew Mathew Hart of Phoenix, Arizona; Arizona; and her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Massey Massey of Waco. Mr. Hulsey's family was represented represented by his daughter and son-in-law, Mi\ and Mrs. Jack Lawson of Calvert. One of the highlights of the occasion was a long distance call from. Mr. Hulsey's son, Lieutenant W. D. Hulsey Jr. and his family, now stationed in London, England with the U. S. Navy, In ^commenting on her reaction reaction to the happy occasion Mrs. Hulsey remarked that she "felt ready for another seventy-five years" and in a more serious vein said, "t feel indeed blessed among women and thank God for the many blessings He has bestowed upon me through a loving family and friends."