The Seguin Gazette-Enterprise from Seguin, Texas on November 16, 1960 · Page 2
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Seguin, Texas
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Wednesday, November 16, 1960
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2 SECUJN GAZETTE WED. NOV. J«, 1940 Tfiun. Lo»t Day Nov. 17 Robefl Mluhum In THE NIGHT FIGHTERS Cartoon; Mountain EOM Frl.,Sol. Cartoon: Canary Row Sun.,Mon.,Tuei.,W«a. Nov. 20-23 Cartoon; Th« Seoprmne Court Thur*.,Frl.,S<U Nov. 24-26 ONLY SIX SURVIVED THE Cartoon: Mcxicali Shmoet COMING: SURPRISE PACKAGE LET'S MAKE LOVE: GOLIATH 4 THE DRAGON: MIDNIGHT LACE with Doris Day: JUNGLE CAT: HOUND DOG WHO THOUGHT HE WAS A RACOON: G I BLUES with Elvis Preiley: DIXIE DRIVE-IN Show Begins At Dusk Come Out Early. Have Dinner At Our Snack Bar. Thur».,Fri. Nov. 17-18 60* A Corload - F Qmi | y Nl h , BUT NOT FOR ME Clark Gable, Carroll Baker plus In Technicolor ULYSSES starring Kirk Douglas Color Cartoon Sot., Sun. ; oy _ 19.20 THE BELLBOY Jetn, Lewis, Corinne Colvef BRIDGES AT TOKO-RI Color Cartoon HEW WINTER POLICY Dixie Drive-In will close each Monday and Tuesday during the Winter months. W»d. One Day Only Nov. 23 40* A Carload • Spanish Feature EL HOM3RE QUE DEBIA UNA MUERTE A»«iio Bence, Carlos Cores Color Cartoon TEXAS THEATRE Th« Family Theatre ALL SPANISH ^W Nov. 19-20 AUCEL DEL WF1E8NO Cqrtooa: 8usy Buddies AM COLUMNIST THE HAPPY LAND America Is truly the happy land—the election is over and the winners and the PALACE THEATRE Invest In America Buy Government Bond* MXIHA/B AN COM**£X--VERY SIMPLE TO OVERCOME -- JU3T Nov. 18-19 losers are still friends and perhaps only in this wonderful land of ours would you find them after an election working together for the good of the nation. Many years ago when an Armenian arrived in San Francisco with a mind full of bitter memories he was shocked to see Americans in a gay holiday mood. He was shocked to see grown men and women laughing, singing, behaving like children. He thought these people were not aware that the world was full of suffering and tragedy. But the next day when hi- «aw a street cleaner whin-ling a tune, saw men ir work clothes with lunch pails gathered in friendly groups, saw a police man give- a cheery good rmrnmg toa passerby then he knew he had heard the most beautiful music in the world —the song of America— he had found the happy land. LAUGHING CHILDREN With my camera I have found a number of children who krow how to laugh: person realizes— When people laugh their diaphragms go up and down. This movement massages the right side of their hearts, causing the rate of their heartbeats to increase and providing a stimulating lift to their bodies. Parents should include a portion of fun in a child's diet. A sense of humor may help a youngster at school. In certain tests at schools it has been found that the best pupils were invariably the wittiest and the quickest to get a joke. PAUL SMITH.5, knows how to smile. He is a happy child andjlike allboys^likes baseball according to his mother, Mrs. Pauline Smith. MISS CHRISTI SMITH,8, Joins her brother in many happy hours of laughter and fun. Her favorite sport is swimming. TEACH YOUR CHILDREN HOW TO LAUGH — Laughter is also good for grown-ups. Laughter benefits more organs than a GUESS WHO?—This two and a half year old youngster is happy about something her six-year-old sister is doing. Meal time is an important time for families—it is important to relax and he happy with each other—usually it is the mother's job to keep the humor rolling— especially when father comes home with that worried or tired look. A few jokes at the table will lift everyone's spirits. Sam Levenson, the TV humorist, claims hi.' got hid sense of humor frr.m hi^ mother, he writes- "Nuwidays too many parents over-protect their children instead of helping them face life's inevitable jolts. Mamma knew just how to keep childhood injuries i;i proper perspective, h I came in crying because I'd fallen in the street, tiiie'd say; Sam, I'm sorry you were hurt, but I don't see any bigdamage! Maybe the poor sidewalk got the worst of the bargain. Let's go out and see how it's getting along." Laughing and joking with the children before bedtime is almost a sure tonic for sound sleeping. Spending some "Fun time" with the children when they are put to bed will do infinitely more good than spending that same time shouting at iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiimmiu iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiMiiiiiiii umiuiiiimiiiiiiiiiminil Select your Christmat gift now . . . from our complete- holiday collection of magnificent jewelry-styled Bulova Watches. Use our Layaway to hold it through the "Christmas rush." Then, present your Bulova with love and kisses! SOUTM IXKUtlM |a«k tap l«»l la «ac« but MI In pic*. 17 JM..U. nwcti-f*- (, foc<- M1U iMUiu «nO Cxjuty tit 1* KTITI . - ir tui i; A ti«j 23 |m>H *«tck i**" ; .. t ;f' e » "j" . w •"» »»• •"• <x z As Little A WEEK Does It At BAUER-ZUNKER JEWELRY Where Yog Know The Qualify" UMtUIIUMilUIUttUUUtUUUUtUUUlUUIIIUIIUiUIUIUUUUUIUIII them to close their eyes. Sam Levenson gives five fun-time rules: 1, Don't feel you must do an act or a show every time you want your children to follow a simple direction. Humorous approaches invariably pay off when you teach youngsters something in a good-natured way —in a way that will stick in their memory and consciousness. 2, To develop a child's sense of humor, you must stimulate—and then join— the fun at his level. 3, Common sense is as' important as humor in dealing with children. You may come up with a novel way of handling some basic childhood problem that nobody has yet thought of, but that may be most effective in your family. Don't be afraid to be original. 4, Remember that insult humor is not real humor. It's easy to stimulate a child's laughter by encouraging him—or allowing him—to tease other children or to make fun of their shortcoming;- ,vnJ physical defects. ; ;UT KATHY CCGGINS—also has a happy smile; her parents .-irt- missionaries in Indonesia. When they were here for a visit last spring rhe photographer caught her having fun and also talking a few words in the Indonesian language. THAT IS A HARMFUL SORT OF LAUGHTER. What do you tell a child when he laughs at another child with big ears? Simply thL;: "When you make fun of child, you are making fun of God." , Apply a sense of humor in ; uur attitude to your own life and to your relations with your marriage partner. When facing problems, remember that humor is an important balance wheel. The child who knows that he gives his parents deep satisfaction, even though they may be having hard times, is a child who feels the real warmth of family life. PICKLED OKRA Have you ever tasted them? They are delicious, Mrs. Robert Halm so graciously gave me a bottle of her prize winning pickled Okra and she also gave me the recipe. The tasty okra are gone—but here is the recipe: Scald 2 gallon of okra (one to three inches in length) in boiling water (salted). When okra turns a light green (just a few minutes) pack in sterile jars. BRING TO A BOIL one quart vinegar one cup sugar one quart water one cup salt Pour solution over okra, place bits of garlic and, or Jalapena chili in each Jar to taste. Also celery and mustard seed may be added. Seal Jars. HE GOT OUR ATTENTION—Brad Smith, Director of Texas Safety Commission, at the AAUW luncheon didn't hit us between the eyes with a board as the farmer did to gain his mules attention but he did hold our attention with some startling facts about the traffic accidents and the crime increase in our state. He made the startling statement that if crime continues to increase at the present rate, in a number of years Texas will be an unfit place to live— the challenge is ours. THE THRILL OF A LIFETIME — Mary Alice and Malcolm Tigett were in Houston last Thursday to see their son, Joel play in the Freshman RiceA&M game on Nov. 10th. This of course thrilled them but seeing Jerry Lewis, Bob Hope and Mickey Mantle putting on a good show at the half was also a thrill. This was a benefit game with the proceeds going to Good Samaritan Foundation for nursing scholarships. Some 300 nurses also formed six lines on the feld for the half time show. j Mary Alice tells us that I B-,b Hojx- had his usual ! ' iund of jokes and Jerry I i.f-wis with twogoodlooking Girls showed the boys how he would practice football. GOOD TO REPORT That Mrs. E. H. Jones is up and about again after a long siege ot the flu. We hope she continues to improve. Also our best wishes to Mrs. Willie Willmann who has been ill and is still confined to her home. OUR BEST TO MRS. MILDRED EDWARDS who underwent surgery Tuesday in the Seguin Hospital. We wish her a speedy recovery. 214 N. CampSt.-FR9-5402 JOHN TAYLOR-Publisher Published every Wednesday evening by The Guadalupe County Publishing Co., Inc., in Seguin, Texas. Entered as second-class matter on January 13, 1922 ac the U.S. Post Office at Seguin, under the act of March 8, 1879. Second- class postage paid at Seguin. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $2.50 per year in Guadalupe County; $3.00 per year in Texas; $5.00 outside of Texas. DANCE "The Moods" will play at BOENIG HALL Frl. Nov. 18 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Nov. 19 MUSIC BY Little Bell & Her Twisters DR. ROBERT PAPB VISITS HOME FOLKS—And did you know that the monkeys that were shot into space were under the care of Dr. Robert Pape as he worked In space medicine while he was In the National Naval Medical dept. In Bethesda, Maryland? We hope that Dr. Pape will stay around this part of the country—but In our conversation he sort of hinted that he also likes it In Maryland and around Washington. There are 1,100 Texans in the Texas Club. NEWS ABOUT DR. TIPS —It is good to hear from Dr. Pape about some other Seguin people. He tells us that Dr. Thomas Tips is in his third year of residency in neurol psychiatry In St. Lukes Hospital .in Washington. Good for Thomas. MORE ABOUT FORMER SEGUIN PEOPLE —Dr. Pape also talked about often seeing Dr. August Wittenborn of Austin in Wash- ington. Mrs.Whlttenbornis the former Adalheide Tschoepe of this clty.Cr. Wittenborn must be a VTP. He files to Washington quite often as a consultant physicist. He has his own business in Austin and is also with the research department at Texas University. Hear he just flew back from San Francisco and Alamos. Subscribe To The Gazette FORA i NEW CAR at used car prices? Now At SEGUIN MOTOR CO. i 1114 E. Mountain FR 91192 i i I i = = I i i = GALAXIE TOWN SEDAN Turquoise an-' .Vhite, Cruise-amotic transmission, Radio & Heater, Air conditioned, Power Steering & Brakes, Tinted Gloss, White flail Tire- GALAXIE CLUE SEDAN V-8, Tinted Gioss, Fresh Ai, H.ater, All White FAIRLANE 500 2 Dr. Equipped with V-8, Green & White, Fordomatic, Radio & Heater, White Wall Tires. FAIRLANE 6 CYL 2 Dr. Equipped With Push Button Radio & Fresh Air Heater Beautiful Sky Blue Finish COUNTRY SEDAN 6 Passenger Equipped with Small V-8, Automatic B J^ n li! S ;^' ITinted Glcss & Radio « Aq«""Marine in Color RANCH WAGON 2 Dr. Equipped with Economy V-8, Automatic Transmission, Radio & Wheel Covers. You should see this one !!!!! WHILE AT SEGUIN MOTOR BE SURE TO CHECK THESE A-1 USED CAR BUYS! 1959 FORD FAIRLANE V-8 2 door. It's a local one owner. Radio and heater. Brand new white side wai! tires. Standard transmission. 1959 FORD, 4 DOOR RANCH WAGON Equipped with 6 cylinder engine, Fordomatic with radio and heater and air conditioning. Local owner. Beautiful sky blue and white finish. 1958 PLYMOUTH 4 DOOR Equipped with air conditioning, automatic transmission, radio ond heater. Sharp red and white finish 1954 HARDTOP VICTORIA Equipped with radio and heater, automatic transmission, air conditioning. This is a one owner, very clean. You must see it to appreciate it! 1959 FORD F250 PICKUP Equipped with V-8 engine, 4 speed transmission and brand new 6 ply tires. 1954 FORD Vi TON PICKUP Unusually clean ond well kept. This is just a partial listing of the many fine buys that you will find on our lot. THIS IS USED CAR AND TRUCK HEADQUARTERS! SEGUIN MOTOR CO. |114 E. Mountain FR 9 1192 Gazette Sweepstakes Contest For Top Football Expert Of Seguin

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