Nederland Midcounty Review (Newspaper) - April 19, 1962, Nederland, Texas mm reVIERing FA YE CALLAWAY, eager for August t o arrive, at that time she will visit her mother in California....IRENE MORRIS, awaiting the day her new drive-in will be completed.,,. MRS, JOEL SMITH, is a busy Blue Bird leader.......HENRY L. MORGAN, whistling his way to a pleasant old age, as you can hear his cheery tunes all over the grocery store.......B, O, HUGHES, is a faithful reporter .......ARTHUR E. (BUTCH) NOLAN, is the original green-thumb gardener..... MURRAY LIBERSAT, is always a gentleman. .... T. A. DUFF'S ni^jor interest in life is singing...... ARLIE DUFF of Warren has started acampaign to have "Y'all Come" printed on the Texas automobile license plates,. .. .DOROTHY MOORE is a courteous, cheerful, friendly person.... MRS. BETTY M. JOHNSON, teacher at C. O, V^son Junior High School and MRS. BERTHA YORK, teacher at Nederland High, will attend a summer institute - at thé University of Texas - sponsored by the University and the Cpl-lege Entrance Examination Board's commission on English ..... BARTY JONES and wife, on cloud nine because of their newly adopted son, MARKAEX-RIANÎ....MR. and MRS. PAT TYNAN, delighted with the color picture o f their spacious home that ran in the Progress Edition of the Review,....... RUTH CHESTER and GWEN KNOWLES are eager beaver workers on any project assigned to tîiem... MRS. B, B, ASKEW adds a cheery note wherever she appears.. • •.. ANN CRES-WELL, junior student at Lamar Tech, was invited to a "smarty party" at the college recently, . that means Aim is doingall the good......JAMES M, WILLEY JR., spending his vacation remodeling his home on 14th - Street. . .. LEROY TUCKER, of the American Legion, looking like a movie star at the library groundbreaking.... WILLIARD SINCLAIR and J. D, LANGS-TON, both with only "girl" children, work very hard at the Babe Ruth League Park, and they woiJd certainly appreciate some help.....MRS. MARVIN BECK, always looks trim and xieat«»,«*,.«.MRS, MILLARD CLOUTMANisan attractive and very pleasant lady...., the Texas A & M Mothers Club is a devoted group.. •. our thgnks to LIZ THOMPSON for all the help on arranging the color picture featured on die front page of this edition... .GROVES OPTIMIST CLUB t o sponsor airplane rides on April 28 and 29 at Jefferson County A irport, and MID-COUNTY OPTIMISTS to follow with their semi- aimual affair on the following Sunday, May 6, at Jefferson County Airport.....A newspaper story reported that a gentleman recently donated a loudspeaker to his church in fond memory to his wife.... had the honor of pulling MRS. A. B. COLLINS' name out of ,the hat last Saturday noon at Singer Sewing Center in Nederland, she was the winner of a Roll-A-Magic canister Cleaner in Singer's local contest.,.. ' Saturday Is Final Day For Easter Ully Sale * Saturday, April 21, will be the final day for the sale of Easter lilies in downtown Nederland, an . activity of the 1962 Easter Seal Appeal. This appeal benefits the Port Arthur Society for Cripided Children and Adults, v^ich serves all the i^ysically handicapped, regardless of race, creed, or economic situation. According to Mrs. Dudley Bryant, Lily Day Chairman for Nederland, the sale this S turday will be handled by a group of. six girls from the seventh grade at C. O. WUspn Junior High. Miss . Beth Hughes, chairman of the volunteer group, asks that you ^ purchase your lily and wear it in support of the physically handicapped. T7 is<r X13 o CD TjTisrn: Volume 14 No. 16Nederland.Texas Thursday, April 19,1962. Price 10^ "Judged Best All -Round Newspaper 1960-61 Texas Gulf Coast Press Association" EAS^R VISIONS—Easter Sunday morning in Nederland will find hundreds of children filled with visii^of delight of enormous Easter eggs and colorful bimnies carefully filling their baskets with treats for the occasion. After the children have stuffed themselves with chocolate rabbits and marshmellow eggs, families will join i n traditional religious observance of the Easter season by attending church services throughout the city. 30 Hi^ School Studeits Added To latioial Hoior Society lolls ThifHr iimi/M» etit<4o«t-c flt- NTa^^Ai»— W- __ Thirty junior students at Nederland High School received the high honor of being named to the National Honor Society by faculty selection. They are as follows: Donna Sue Beasley, Bill Bugna, Francie Brownshadel, Jan Clo-tiaux, Sally Campbell, Vernice Davis, JudyDomec, Elizabeth Eagleson, Dianne Farris, Joanna Fleming, Claudia Fuller, Linda Fuller, Robbie Canna way, Naomi deason and Judy Hebert. Also, Melba Hollier, Don La-Crone, Ûene Martin, Marsha Maxwell, Pat O'Callaghan, Charlene Rowland, Mickey Smith, Aubrey Tucker, Carol Warner, Sonya Welch, Judy White and Edith Womack. •Syd Riissell, president of the National Honor Society, explained at the Wednesday morning exercises the purpose of the organ ization. Karen Libersat gave a talk on "Character." Other discussions were by John Price on "Scholarship," by Sandy Bate-man, president of the student body, "Leadership, " and by Dan Hunt on "Service." Bill Harper, Karol Miller and Susanne Goodwin were given special senior awards for making the principal's honor roll for the first semester after being elected to the National Honor' Society in the spring of 1961. Special music was presented by Betty Wlson and James Pool, soloists, accompanied by a National Honor Society member, Miss Kay McDonald a.t the piano. Two selections were presented by band students. High Scho^ Principal Joe Fiedler administered the oaths and presented certificates of membership to t h e thirty new National Honor Society members. National Honor Society membership is b a s e d on scholarship, leadership and service of students selected by the faculty from among the top fifteen percent of the junior class. Mrs. Hardin Forey of Dallas, visited the past week with her daughter, Mrs. Tim Porter APPOINTED—Alton E. Stanley of Nederland has been appointed campaign manager of Midcounty for Thomas A. Thomas, candidate for State Representative, Place 2. In accepting this post, Mr. Sti^ey $aid, "I'm happy to be able to indorse and actively help a man so well qualified for the office of State Representative. Thomas A. Thomas is a practicing attorney with a V, A. degree in government frona the University of Texas* He is dedicated, sincere, and possesses the ability to accomplish rather than promise results for the citizens of Jefferson County in Austin. " Central PTA Elects Président Mis. Murray Libersat was elected president of Central Qemen-tary P. T. A. at the Monday night meeting, succeeding Mrs. H. M. Rowley* Other officers elected and who will be installed at the May meeting are: Mrs. Travis Bush, Mrs, C. C. Arsement and Mrs. Barney Green, first, second and third vice presidents respectively; Mrs, ^ton Murphy and Mrs. Michael Halphen, recording and corresponding secretaries respectively; T. E. Smith, school principal, parliamentarian; Mrs. Rowley, treasurer. Coimty Coimcil delegates and their responsibilities are: Mrs. Kennetli Mitchell, publications^ Mis. L. R. Cook, publicity; Mrs. E. H Broyles, historian; Mrs. John Seabolt, social; Mrs, Wiltz Metreyeon, hospitality; Mrs. Jack Porter, yearbook; iVlis. Ralph Thomell, health. The nominating committee was headed by Mrs. Dennis Noble. Libersat reported on the District IV conference held in Jasper which she and Mrs. Rowley attended. The Rev. Thomas Hebert, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, gave the devotional and a program of Easter music was presented by the fifth grade choral group under the direction of Mary Collins. The meeting was opened by members of a Camp Fire group, Teena Golden, Linda M tchell, Pat Kelly, Connie Redditt and Pat Carr leading the pledge of allegiance to the flag. Civil Defense Coordinator Kenneth Whelply gave a talk ex-planning the civil defense home nursing course to be held May 7-15 in Nederland. Community Chest Seeks Aid For Accident Victim Tiie situation o f Robert Stans-bury, crippled and paralyzed in a swimming accident some nine years ago, has been brought to the attention of the Nederland Independent Community Chest. Tlw Community Chest has aided the family by payment of medical expenses and utilities for some time now. However, at the present time repairs are needed for the roof of the house in which he and his wife live and Community Chest funds are not designed to cover such expenditures but "to sustain life. " - The family gets a small monthly check from Texas Welfare but not enough to cover any extra major expense. The wife does ironing for the public in order to bolster the family income but Mr. Stansbury requires almost constant attention. His parents have practically exhausted their resources over the years of their son's misfortunes. They live at 403 Fourth Street and the son and his wife live next door. Those who would help financially or with roofing materials for the house may contact Fire Chief Johnny Cormier or any of the Fire Department crew who have volunteered to take over collections for the project. Call RA 2-8262. Tfiuco Service Award Diner Set For Saturday ELECTED—HomerNagel, 40, going into his second full term on the Nederland City Council, was re-elected mayor pro tem by the full council at the regular meeting Monday night. Nagel was appointed to the council in 1959 to fill the unexpired term of ^liam Spoede, wud 11 councilman who moved jco Texas City. ?tiot to his appointment on the council, Nagel had served four years on the tax equalization board and thjree years on the zoning board of appeals. He is «n instrument man with Neches Butane hoducts Twelve emgdoyes of Texaco Inc. at the Port Neches Rant will be honored at the Company's Annual Service Award Diimer at 6tOO p.m, Saturday night, April 28, at the King Edward Hotel in Beaumont, Texas, according to S. 1» Goug^eimi dinner chairman. The emidoyes were recently presented with awards of gold watches in recognition of 30 years of s e r v i c e and diamond-studded Texaco pins for 25 and 40 years of service. Approximately 100 or more active and retired employes in the Port Neches area who are members of the Texaco Quarter Century Cub wUl attend. Five Texaco "old-timeis" received their 40-yef|r awftrdt, two ^«ir 30- year awards and five their 25-year awards. Forty year empl<^es being honored are: Ramie Collins, Famess Luquette, Edwin Derise, Paul Vice and S. L. Gougenheim, Junior. Thirty-y e ar award recipients arei W. L. and C. Sweeney. Those who received 25-year awards aret R» C. Eychner, W. G. Pratt, E,C.Holland, T.J.Holmes and Curtis Henry. The Beaumont dinner is one of 38 being held this year by Texaco .Shortly wide dinners were scheduled to be held, Texaco employes throughout the^itlqn r«c e i v e d the following service awards; Two, 50-year awards? 182, 40-year awards; 321, 30-ycar awards and 614, 25-year awards. Texaco has approximately 35,500 employes in the United States, Over 21% of these employes have been with the Company more than 25 years. Cancer Crusade Show A novelty act made of a medley of songs will b e presented as part of the program of the Cancer Crusade talent show to be presented at the high school auditorium on May 4, Mrs. L. E. Defee, publicity chairman, said today. Members of the act will b e Carl Abbott and Walter Isaacs, Mrs. Defee said.