Joe Henry Zubik, Jr. About Town

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NEWS OF NEIGHBORS, VISITS AND HAPPENINGS IN KATY Mrs. Gordon Fussell, Belva, and Jo Jo Thomas, and Mrs. H. E. Jordan enjoyed a weekend in San Antonio. They saw the zoo, the Alamo and enjoyed enjoyed the fall scenry. Opal Milder of Houston is employed at the Carl E. Allen accounting office. office. Jack Daniels is doing fine and has been home recuperating from recent surgery this week. Joe Zubik is doing fine and plans to spend next weekend with cousins in Needville. Mrs. Jane Carew gives the new addresses of her sons and their wives. Both live in the Isle of Palms, Charleston, S. C. The Kent Carews live at 7-37th Street, Box 31 and the Wesley Carews' live at 3904 Cameron Blvd. Their sub leaves December December 16th for 3 months. Mark Swogetinsky had the cast taken off his right leg this week. His leg was broken during football practice. Herschel Poorman came home from the hospital hospital Friday evening and is enjoying the visits of his many friends at home. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Cannon will move this week to San Antonio. Mr. Cannon will be a dpncrete foreman on the Kelly Field job. Mrs. W. P. Cardiff entered entered Memorial, Baptist Hospital last Friday and had surgery Saturday. She is doing fine. Her room number is 2107. Bill Bone began Monday Monday teaching vocational agriculture at Katy Mrs Lloyd Ernstes' Uncle Dies in Sealy Requiem Mass was said at Immaculate Conception Conception Church in Sealy Monday for John Surov- cak, uncle of Mrs. Lloyd Ernstes. He died Friday night. Mr. Surovcak was retired but had operated the Sinclair Station at Highway 36 and Main in Sealy for many years. Survivors include his wife, daughter, granddaughter, granddaughter, 5 sisters, 3 brothers' and Other relatives. relatives. His sister, Mrs. Vera Jez and daughter Clara and family, the Dan Hu- benaks of Sheridan, Wyo. came for the funeral. They were overnight guests at the Lloyd Ernstes' Ernstes' Monday. Card of Thanks Thanks to all my dear friends in Katy for the kind expressions of sympathy sympathy at the death of my father, C. E. Ammen. The prayers, cards, and flowers were indeed a comfort. Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Dunk

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  1. The Brookshire Times,
  2. 18 Nov 1965, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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