The Weimar Mercury from Weimar, Texas on August 22, 1974 · Page 5
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The Weimar Mercury from Weimar, Texas · Page 5

Weimar, Texas
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Thursday, August 22, 1974
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'Torn To Light' UCC Circle Topic • Forest Attend Camp During Ihc week of July 2227, Jane Mazoch and Diane cheerleaders ai Bishop Forest High School, Sandy Neuendorff, junior, and Cecilia Miksch, freshman. al Sam Houston Stale University, Huntsville The camp is directed under Hines,~who"had'compIe7e7llK Ihc National Cheerleaders 5mh yMr as a m( , m | K . r of t |, <: PAGE FIVE—THE WEIMAR MERCURY— AO6BSF a, MM for At ill rticle appeared in the Ihcy act heie at Parkview Mercury about one of Inward the other residents and .idents, Mr. James those working heie as Rood and would make . ... .'hole world better if (he ailid uUanLs Sided Mobomc Iod8e '""' w1 ' pc " pk ' wh " c °" themseHes classes on tumbling, pom Thc , MdsmllL [oAgc hlls Thanks lo Rev Millei and poms and master cheeis always meant a lot to me and I those Hut assisted also the Aflernoon aclwilies included have been a member over S(l members of the Baptist lectures .md rookie dimes years of the Eastern Star in Church that came. We weie so iemled'lugh school at Goli.ici Al mghl competition among Missouri and Mrs. Leila fiiad lo sec Mrs. A. II. Plagens md holds Bachelor of Science the girls consisted of Mciscll has been a member of and her daughter Louise of legioes' from S.irn Houston veils learned that day and one over->f) veais Mis I ih Hodges had sl.ilr University, \vhcic he brought fiom home Pour Anothel of oin icsidents iiimpam Mis Minion 'imshedhisBS work in I'I72 nights of compelition biought that ue all like ti n mmh Norfhmglon.imlMis Moms he past the BFII girls two outstanding Mrs. Martha Kallus a f™ Egvpl ami thev. .mended the Mrs Eva Brandt's granddaughter Annelta Trey bid of Houston visited her Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lozano and family of Lubhock visited Mr. Joe Lo/ano Kerry. -Kristy and Nicole Trefny of Houston visilcd Mrs Katie Wicnkcn Visits Sister Mr. Chas. Adamcik's dau ghter Mrs. Buxkemper and her husband of El Campo took Funeral services for Henry J. Huebner Sr., 88, of Schulenburg were held August 16 at Schwenke-Baumgarten Funeral Home and St Rose of Lima Catholic Church, with burial in the church cemetery Rev Roger Bobbins officiated Mr Huebner, a retired farmer and dairyman, died at 1 12 p m August 13 at Youens Memorial Hospital after two Schulenburg, he was born February 15, 1906, the son of Joseph and. Mary Malcher Huebner. He married Mathilda Bretting on October 7 l'»30 His wife surviv visited his Kruppa, who is 93 years old and feeling fine. Thursday his granddaughter Patsy Buxkemper and the young ladv that will teach in Ihe visited him here and 1 had a nice v isit with Patsy. I thought He was preceded is ty his parents; two sons, Jieary , J. Jr., who died in »? ar,,1 Joe, who died in ir.faney; and two sisters. Pallbearers were' * G* Anders, Erwin Bse£tfe*| eaeS Emil Bretting, nefSew; (Sarence Albert, fclvg KauS and Erwin Holufa. g White Studying Air Mechanics: Daniel White, who joteed the Navy two months ago, is taking the Navy'fc air Florida i" An outstanding athftte at Weimar High School last year, he is also continuing with his track activities. White plans to continue his schooling and get a "high school equivalent" diploma. He is the son-of Mr and Mrs.® Manuel • Wfiite of His addr SR Daniel White, 459-9Mft3, Co. 152, Recruit Training Eentei Orlando, Fla. 32893 I ami has a 4-month- stick on Wednesday nighl was Catholic V, : it cost you..?*' 227 Involved in Baseball Here spirit and all-around th cheerfulness throughout the „, \1 Kasparck reports that da\ ,il long the Liltle League, Aflcr learning 17 new yells enagcrs. girls' Softball, |cn new chants, pom-pom LIVESTOCK Report of Aug. 19 Safe dio broadcast every Monday at Sealy Luxury Guard'mattresses in all sizes! E£d*2SiY"! ^™»"' "^r^ ' . .. ' . .... „,„,.„ „ ; ' •' Mrs. Alma Gillette and others. FROM $6995 ancls sold when reduced $20 to of specially tempered coils. Added f irm- nessand durability in the patented tor- deeply quilted through puffy Sealy"foam"*. Limited quantities. Hurry ml Full Size ea pc. still only S89.95 Queen Size 60x80" ea. pc. still only S119.-95 King Size 76x80" 3-pc. set still only S319.95 A/Ways your best buy from twin to'king! Parkview have'an unequallM, ^ by Rev. David Miller, pastor of the Baplisl church, vvitli Mrs. Alma Lester leading Ihc singing of the hyms and Mrs Myrtle Doggett at the piano Rev. Miller selected Paul'.' letter to the Philippians Chapter 1:1-10. for hi; scripture. He said how we car use those words of. Paul's tc ' make us better Chjietians Activi-lv Itrtired Mrs. Edith Bcken is one of few of ,her activities. She attended a birthday party that Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Albright gave for Mrs. Lydia Beken, Albrights' beautiful new- home. Mrs. Lclia Meisell and I through the Albright home." FHOMW.9B 207 EAST MAIN PHONE 725-8455 fellowship with Christ you will barbecue supper, b*ut she did. be -of one mind, Ihinking She had a nice visit with her always of-the other fellow, grandson Roy here. He lives in This is the type of person I Rosharon. want you to show others." • Mrs,. Adele Hollub's visitor Rev. Miller said that those was her daughter Mrs. John who love Jesus Christ in their Moore of Houston. Your Scale of living begins with do-re-mi HILL BANK & TRUST CO. Weimar, Texas ' ; TO 7% I INTEREST PAID ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT MINIMUM OF S5.M8.M AT 7% — Federal Regulations require a substantial penalty H withdrawn before ^aturity. ' , - •ACCOUNTS TO $20,800 INSURED BY FDIC'

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