Joe Henry and Mary Zubik
Thursday, June 15, 1967 THE TIMES — Hometown newspaper of Brookshire and Katy, Texas THREE News Of Neighbors, Visits And Happenings In Kafy Mr. and Mrs. Elvy Mathis Mathis and their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Spencer of Houston and son Janies enjoyed a weekend in Ft. Worth and attended Six Flags. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watts and Bill, Jr. of Temple are spending a week with the Watts and the Bones as a vacation. Vickey Greene is attending attending Baylor this summer summer and was home this weekend. Mrs. E. L. Greene's brother and wife, Mr. & Mrs. Janies C. Jones, from Carlsbad, New Mexico Mexico visited here Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rickter have recently moved to Katy from Kart Kart nes City, Texas. He is employed at Humble by Delta Engineers. Barbara & Larry Kuy of Sealy spent the weekend weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 11. O. Gilbert. The L. S. Baton family, family, the Milton McGowans, the Gregory Longen- j bnughs. the H a 1 d e n Longenbaujrhs, M a r y • Beelev and Grace and Budge Lindsey and Bo!) and Rae Calvert & Craig of Houston spent last week at Leakey. Texas for the annual Longenbaugh Longenbaugh get-together. The order of the day was eating, eating, jeep' riding, ball playing, sleeping, etc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowdino and family are ' staying at the Hnldcn Longenbaughs while waiting for their visas lo Brazil where they will be missionaries. Mrs. Walter Melendy from Colorado visited her mother, Mrs. P. L. Hoyt and her sister. Mrs. L. S. Bacon and family. Jeff Arnold entered IJellville Hospital last Friday. He will be there , possibly two weeks. Mrs. Hallie Brasher, Mrs. Clara Broyles, Mrs. Laura Bundick, Mrs. Evedeen Moffet and Mrs. Eugene Vaughan enjoyed the performance of "Hello "Hello Dolly" Thursday afternoon. afternoon. The Gerald Petersons went to Crystal City to visit her sister. Sherry Holdsworth. When they returned they brought '' Mrs. Holdswprth's two ' children, David and Mary Ellen to stay at their home for several days. Mrs. E. O. Gilbert visited visited her mother, Mrs. P. A. Huffman and her sister, sister, Mrs. David Huff and family Saturday in Bel!ville. Bel!ville. Mrs. Rex Cullins spent all last week in Rockwall, • Texas. Her husband '• brought her home Sunday. Sunday. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Beckendorff over the weekend were her grandson, Jack Hollon & family. Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell are enjoying the company of a native of Cylon, Indroan Green, 18, who is here on a medical medical visa. He is an open heart patient of Dv. De- Bakey. He will live with the Campbell's until Oc•' Oc•' : tober. He is presently in the hospital with a broken broken back, but will be home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Caldwell, Connie, Tina, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cooler camped at San Felipe this past weekend. Ernest LaGard of Palestine Palestine spent last week with his daughters, the Albert Lambrights and the Gene Poormans. The Albert Lam. Lam. •. brights attended the Lambright family reunion reunion in Palestine on June 4th and Ernest Lee Lambright is enjoying the youth camp between La Grange and Giddings this week. Mrs. R. W. B a k e r's father, C. S. Childs was seriously ill in the hospital hospital at Goldthwaite this past week, but is doing a little better now. Mrs. , Baker went there last • 'Wednesday night and returned returned Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Akins and family of Pasadena were the weekend weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams and family. Mr. Akins' mother, mother, Addie Akins was there also. Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Thomas and Jody are vacationing vacationing at Buchanan Dam this week. Susan Creech war, home from Stephen F. Austin this weekend. Mrs. Dan O'Mally's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Chamberlin of Dallas were her weekend guests. They enjoyed visiting visiting the Battleship Tex- as and the Astrodome I while here. ] Mrs. Effie W i e s n e r i was very happy to hear j from her son and family, I the Roy Wiesners by telephone from Germany. Roy is home from the hospital following an auto auto accident and is doing fine. He will be on a convalescence convalescence leave until July 5th. Cards and notes from their friends maybe maybe sent to: Lt. Roy Wiesner. Wiesner. 75th APU, New York, N. Y., APO 09801. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Moore spent the weekend at the Maynard Ranch which is 20 miles from Junction as guests of the Longhorn Cement Company. Company. They enjoyed fishing fishing from a spring-fed lake, catching p'erch, bass and catfish. Four other couples were guests also in the big 2-story home which has cooks, waiters, butlers, etc. and they even clean and freezer wrap your fish for you, said Mrs. Moore. Besides fishing, boat riding and swimming, they have a play room with piano, etc! This is an annual event the Moores look forward to. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Evans are moving at the end of the month to Fredericksburg, Texas. They sold their home in Katy to the D. B. Hutchins Hutchins family. Mr. Evans says he plans to enjoy re- tireiVif.it there. Rev. and Mrs. Harrel Waterbury are pleased to have her brother's children children from Lubbock. Gay- Ion and Becky Lewis, spending two weeks with them. They are all at the Lost Pines Youth Camp at Warda, Texas this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Borgstede entertained Mrs. Harold Longenbaugh Longenbaugh and Mrs. Vieck Evans of Cypress with supper before the two Indies were to leave on n planned tour of Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Dale Shipman of Stillwater, Stillwater, Oklahoma visited his parents, the L. Shipmans last week. Joe Zubik and his mother Mrs. Mary Zubik spent the weekend fishing fishing with relatives in Needville. Jane Clingman of Boston Boston has been visiting her parents, the John Cling- mans for two weeks and will return home Saturday. Saturday. Mr. & Mrs. John Djerf & Erick of El Paso were visiting her i/arents, the Johnnie Freemans last week. Also visiting at home were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Freeman, Esthei and James and Mr. and Mrs. John Freeman of Houston, Mrs. Dorotliv Hadley of Bay City. Mrs. Rodger Finholt, Robert and Clierrie White of Dallas and the Bill Hendricks Hendricks of Katy. Newcomers to Katy are Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie 1 Shuck and his mother, Mrs. Lilly Shuck who aiv dairying north of Katy on the Pavlicek farm. The Shucks operated n dairy on Farm Road 19(50 near Fairbanks twenty rears and were reluctent to leave llieir friend.-'. But. Mrs. Shuck, called Andrea, says tlie peoj.lo are friendly and they like Katy. Mrs. Lillie Shuck is a widow and lias four sons at home. Sonny. Larr- Arthur and Bobby. Bobby. He: 1 (itlt son is employed employed at Cypress. The Billy Mack Caseys nf Uaiu-iu'er visited the II. B. McShans last Fri- dav ni^'iit. THE BROOKSHIRE TIMES .^^ mail matter, under the act of March 3, «»9. Publisher's responsibility for errors or om ssion In advertising copy is limited to a retraction or rerun of the it is brought to the attention of the editor. Subscription Rates: $3 in local area $4.00 outside 50 mile radius frisco ^ SPECIALS FOR June 15, 16 and 17 . C. COLA 6—16 OZ. BOTTLES Lean, Meaty prices prove it! 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