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Cuero Record (Newspaper) - October 22, 1972, Cuero, Texas Crowned. Continued Felt by their children Kave Calk representing Lei la Howerton and Tad Hardy b r e e d e to representing Jim Howerton they were followed try various groups representing Early settlers As the period ends. Kadien Lorraine of the House of Bosart entered with a key. Followed by Kadien Mary of the House of Barron with a scroll following these were Kadien Gladys of the House of Sager with a key and Kadien Doris Mae of the House of Post a scroll other Kadens with their keys were Dianne Dlugosch Linda Ley Mary Frances Peyton Sharon Ernster Ann Mary Vaughn Janice Flessner. Linda Cusack Judy Kirkland Bonnie Mixon Glodean Mitchell and Robin Hall entering with scrolls were Vivian Whitehead. Susan Breeden Lave Goebel Janette Mueller. Kathy Fehner Judy stall. Marilyn Wesley. Sheri Clark Kathleen Smolik Irene Mcclung and Jacqueline Morgan the grand vizier then announced the Princess chief Kadien representing this Community of the present time the Princess entered with her pages. William Schuyler Han sen and Clay Corvan the Sultan reminded the grand vizier that he had promised his subjects an Opportunity to View the new Sultana Preuc Xiv. The spirit of the future the sultanas entourage was seen approaching led by Jann Saries bearing torches As she was carried in her ornate Sedan chair As the Sultana approached the throne room in her Sedan chair there was a hushed silence and an air of anticipation the spooled Golden chair was Lovely with a shirred canopy of White Gossamer Complete with Gold fringe and falling in Graceful drapes at the Corners each tied with elegant Gold roping gathered to the canopy Center was a glittering mosque like ornament Jann Saries lowered the Sedan and assisted the Sultana in Leav my the chair at this Point the Kapi Kulas assisted the Sultana in putting on her Royal train after she ascended the throne amt was greeted by the Sultan she was accompanied by her pages Jennifer Ruby Ray and Shelley Grant Tarkington the grand vizier called for the Coronation dancers to per form for the Sultana the troop included Cheryl Causey. Carol bin Holly Sheppard Jackie Block Mary Sheppard Judi Buchhorn. C Cheryl Adams Pam Stubbs. Susan Putman. Rebecca Reese and Vicki Davis other court entertainers were the Sultan s choir and the Sultan s dancers Kapi Kulis were Debbie grate Norma Escobar Gladys l stall Dianna Diebel Sharon Peters. Laurie Peterek. Julie Hartman. Denise Blain Arndt Kathy Kahlich Terne Means Sylvia Orozco Lori Lambert Camille Whitten Linda Kubecka. Jan Stubbs. Jimmy Nell rack Ley Judy Barber Tonya Drom Goole and Laura w i ride i serving As Jann Saries were Randy Scott Stratton David Tiffin. David Smolik Kerry Kahlich Wayne pol in Ace High. Steve Cusack Pat Cusack Mark Cusack. Cory Duckett Craig Conrad Keith Conrad Randy Coppedge Charles Battles Marvin Ross Wes Luddeke. And Gary Phillips pageant entertainers were the Centennial Turkey Trot band conducted by Bennie b Prause. Included h a Davidson or Harold Dreyer r a Wagner. J a Mcmichen Ben f Prause Sterling Fehner or Alfred Marquis i airy Wolf Walter b Mcclung Ane my Al t of Charles Stone Charles Prause Boti Prause Ray Voelkel Jimmy Prause and Ray Voelkel Jim Page 2 the Community choir under the direction of mrs James Stratton provided a grand per for Nance which was followed by the Centennial court dancers they were members of Tonkawa Lodge dancers 99. Or and mrs Gerhardt Mueller. Or and mrs Ruppert egg. Or and mrs Louis Dreier or and mrs Reuben Gohmert. Or and mrs Johnny Kahlich mrs John Post. Mrs j d b r a in i e 11 e Iii. Mrs Robert Post. Mrs David Kacir. Mrs. Jack Calk mrs Bob Pickens. Mrs Tommie w her Rera Mateo Lopez. Aurelio Morales or and mrs Herbert Morganroth or and mrs Edwin bares. Or and mrs Adrian Mueller or and mrs Raymond Wilde or and mrs George Wilde. Mrs. John Richards mrs Lias Steen Dianne Henneke and or and mrs George barns soloist in eluded Jane Flores and Nieva Fernandez another group of dancers in eluded Sylvia Sierra Yvonne Gonzales Hilda Gonzales Charles Mitchell Paula King Sylvia Orozco. Felix Mendez Jesse Cervantes Elmo Scott or Joseph Gibbs Rodney Garza Gustavo Pena Mavis Patton and Vollie Robinson after the dance ended the Sultan and Sultana arose the Sultan donned his cloak and proceeded to the Center of the lower stage it was then that the grand vizier summoned the Royalty of the past to come Forward and Greet the new Sultana As each member of previous courts greeted her majesty they were presented with a Centennial certificate As the court proceeded to leave the Garden the recession followed the to Dutiful extravaganza reflected the glory of unbelievable pomp and pageantry mrs. Nugent continued from Page 2 of rain Bennett introduced members of the Cuero City Council the Dewitt county commissioners court and county judge George trowel i judge Trowell was unable to give his address on the history of Dewitt county noting that the original county seat was located in old Clinton concluding the Brief opening ceremonies the Yorktown gun slingers gave a fast gun Salute letter to editor dear editor i saw two gentlemen on kens to today advertising the Turkey Trot the gentleman surely made an error in the Way he pronounced gov Colquitt name he pronounced with a Long o As in cold it is pronounced with a Short o As in kid i feel perhaps the gentle Man was not taught spelling with phonics As i was i 11 Ved in Austin until 1936 i knew the co quits Well Mary Colquit was in my Sun Day school class i never will forget my Mother and my father s sister were in Galveston for a few Days gov Colquit happen no to tie there and they had dinner together gov Colquit was shovelling in his Mouth peas on a knife Quot they were so Embar based at such a breach of it i Quet they Felt like falling thru the floor i Hope you have a successful Turkey Trot the pictures on to were Beautiful i had never seen a Pink Turkey before e sincerely mrs Bonnie m Smith souvenir edition 100-year history of Cuero Dewitt this Cuero record Centennial souvenir edition has been published to serve As a lasting historical account of the first too years in our Community s life it contains detailed accounts of the Many interesting events which have folded our town into an a All american City As you Leaf through the pages you will find several different types of stories some Are historical briefs others Are stories taken from Early editions of the Cuero record which have been reproduced just As they appeared Many Many years ago the total purpose of this edition is to inform the Reader about tie history of Cuero and Dewitt county it will also serve As a Means of reminiscing for the Long time citizens of Cuero As they recall the events of yesteryear Many thanks must be Given to those who contributed to make this edition a Success Many citizens have Given information and to these people the staff of the record gives a sincere Quot thank you Quot. Special thanks must go to the Fine people who worked on the Centennial pageant and unselfishly allowed the record to use the information they had gathered also a great Deal of gratitude must be Given to those people who have written articles for the Texas state archives and the Junior historian Turk Turk american cancer s space and land travel Erst astronaut Walter m Schirra or left of Houston and world traveler Keyes Carson of Cheapside pose with Turk Turk the famous Turkey Gobbler that also has been around the world. Famous Turk Turk to go around the world again Turk Turk the worlds most famous Turkey Gobbler and his owner Keyes Carson of cheap Side Are planning to go around the world again in the near future for the Sake of peace. The famous Turkey travelled around the world to give thanks for the successful completion of the gemini space program he also has travelled extensively on behalf of the american cancer society the a Bird of thanks Quot will strut around the world on behalf of Friendship among the nations and the furtherance of peace Carson is hoping to time the next world trip to coincide with a peace in the Vietnam War partly Cloudy and warmer winds will ii Easterly at 5 1> in p ii expected temperatures High Iii mid 70s, Low in Low 60s for Cuero Yoakum and York town one of the major stops will be in Japan to Honor sex prime minister Eisaku Sato who was responsible for the push for peace Between America and Japan on a previous trip Carson presented Sato with one of the largest turkeys in the world which was highly publicized in Japan s largest newspaper the Tokyo times. Carson also plans to make a Stop in Finland since it is the Only country in the world who has continuously made payments to the u s on its War debt on nov 15, 1966, one hour after astronaut Edwin Aldrin and James Lovell landed safely from their space trip tur k Turk started out on a 212 Day flight around Hie world to pay tribute and thanks to the astronauts for the Success of gemini 12 Turk Turk strutted for eight hours at the state convention of the american cancer society in Houston at which time astronaut Walter Schirra. Or was state chairman the famous Turkey strutted at the opening of Hemisfar and the end of the 828 mile Chisholm Trail and the Ellsworth Kansas Centennial arid was presented to the governor of Kansas Turk Turk has appeared in numerous fairs parades conventions arid other affairs too numerous to mention poll wogs by Folly Llo Horton jwm., Vii. At it l just Lnor tumult Rogov j various Silver items loaned by miss Lila Brown we have As House guests Alice Naylor and Bob Reed of san Antonio win Oliver of Kerrville. Hemline Clagett of los gatos. California and Hob and Vel Aldridge of Beaumont we cordially invite any of their friends who would like to see them to drop in at any time Well be glad to see you Louise Boothe Mccrabb of Elpaso in town for the first time in a number of years having a lot of fun wednesday night at the country club renewing old friendships a family reunion going on at the Home of Fred and Rosemary Kokernot Over on Terrell Street with Joy Kokernot coming Over from Houston and Gay and Shannon rat life of Austin arriving with their son Shannon and Little daughter Rosemary and Little two weeks old Claire. Ray and Peggy Voelkel and two daughters of Houston Are in Cuero visiting with her parents. Ann and Carter Thomas. Jessie Thompson of Monroe. Louisiana a former Cuero Ite arrived thursday afternoon to visit with daughter Linda Henderson and family. Monday Turkey Trot Parade and luncheon guests of mrs Louis Schorre and or and mrs. Lucius Sanford of Ganado will be mrs. Bill White of Ganado or and mrs George Mohrman of Gonzales Tim Schorre of Denver Colorado and Houston mrs. Robert t storm mrs. Rhoma Aven mrs Jack Gaden and son Tom and or and mrs. Charles Schorre and daughters Martha and Robin of Houston or and mrs. Lamar Fly of Rochelle Illinois arrived in Cuero wednesday to visit her Mother mrs Kos Morgan and other relatives. When they left Rochelle the temperature was dropping and it started snowing after they left Linda Schulte and Donna Arndt were up town thursday taking orders for mums to Wear to the game Friday night. Or and mrs. Charles Silcox and Ronald and Ruble Hennesey of Seabrook arrived Friday to visit for the Turkey Trot on saturday or. And mrs Mathis Hediger and mat and Vernon or. And mrs. Hamm Mark and Debra Flore and or. And mrs Jimmy Hamm and Michele and Jamie Hamm All of Pasadena arrived for the Celebration they Are All guests of their aunt mrs. Alfreda Thieme Myron Jenson came by Cuero wednesday on his Way Back to Baytown to place an order for one of the souvenir Centennial and Turkey Trot editions of the Cuero record to be mailed to him he said mrs Jenson is teaching school Michael is a senior at the University of Houston and managing some apartments Frank is attending Lee College at Baytown and working and Frank is a Junior at High school they were residents of Cuero before he was transferred to Baytown by Texas Eastern the various windows in downtown Cuero Are Worth making the Clero Home nursing modern facilities Beds available for welfare or private pay patients i Kia j to now showing j be i j a i Vul r k i Quot they i Call me a a Trinity get Nair i lard stamped today Rialto or . Grand tour to see the Antiques and mementos that have been Quot dug out and loaned Are museum pieces in Many in stances Klecka drug co window looks like an old apothecary Shoji with ancient prescriptions Patent Medicine bottles. Old bottles a grandma s health pills and collectors carnival Glass turkeys in the smart shop windows Are a copy of millinery of 1906&Quot. Hats of that Vintage Silver items for the dressing table old hat pins a Coal Iron. An old music Box owned by Ornesta Morganroth an array of dolls in old costumes and copies of the ladies Home journal 1893 Long and Short baby clothes handmade with draw work and handmade lace and beautifully hand Krut thi baby shawls Are in Lieberman s window donated by mrs t o Bushel in Western Auto windows Are an old fashioned ice Cleam Freezer Wood stove a Cotton Corder and a water Well Pulley among other things Sheree and Phil Ernster. Tim Ernster and to Beth Davis having lots of fun decorating the old Cut and sew building for the display of fabulous furniture from Jay Lor co manufactured in Cuero Norman Mussett of Beeville bringing paintings of daughter Dorcas Reagan Over to display with the furniture Mary Ann Ca nut hers Warze Cha handsome costume when she was Sultana in 1960. And Sultan e t Summers or s costume both of Blue velvet and Gold lame Grace the window at Stimson. Rudy Perez vice president of vocational student nurses. Cuero Community Hospital asked us to mention the bake Sal saturday and monday they Are staging at the Side of j c Penney store a tin Wash tub with washboard and an Iron Wash pot indicative of a Wash Days of a lost Era can be seen in the window at masses s furniture House guests of mrs Joy Arnold for the Centennial and Turkey Trot Celebration Are her daughter. Mrs Vernon Blythe of Lubbock and mrs Pearl Al Lert of Houston mrs r l Kugler and miss Anna Lee Kugler of Alvin tex. And or and mrs Tommy lamer and son Robby of Burkett. Tex in the fair window Are a picture of or. And mrs Jake Cohn when they married in 1916, old fashioned hatpins plumes and congratulations to fettle Lew and David Lloyd of san Antonio on their wedding anniversary on the 21 St Centennial Art show winners announced nearly one Hundred entries were received Friday morning to be entered in the 1972 Centennial and Turkey Trot regional show Dalhart Windberg Well known artist of Victoria judged the show and stated that it was of Fine Caliper the $100 Purchase prize for an Oil landscape Given by Cuero Federal savings and loan Assn was won by Lora Ritchey vie Toria for a fall landscape the $100 Purchase prize for a transparent water color Given by mrs. A j. Bohman was won by Polly Howerton for a Texas landscape the $75 Purchase prize for a water color acrylic or Oil recognizable subject Given by Buchel Bank and Trust co was won by Roberta Sharp Victoria for a Floral Quot the $75 Purchase prize for painting in any medium Given by Farmers state Bank and Trust co. Was won by Joyce Ritchie Victoria for a Cool and lonely a a ribbons were awarded As follows of landscape i Lora Ritchie Victoria 2 Blan Sheppard Victoria 3. Ruth Barrego Ahn Victoria Hon men Delfino Martinez Cuero Oil Seascape i Betsy Jordan Victoria 2 Gloria Dorris Victoria Hon men Bill lock Victoria of still life i Bui Fork Victoria 2 Dee Davis Cuero. 3. Roberta Sharp Victoria Hon men Mattie Baumgartner Victoria Pencil i Don Polzin Cuero 2 Harvey bongers Westhoff. 3 Jean Tidwell Oklahoma Hon men Annette Start Yoakum Ink i Gary Lindsey. Victoria 2 Randy Liesman Cuero 3 Donna Jureka Victoria Hon men Robert Rehm Seguin Watercolour i Polly Howerton Cuero 2 Joyce Ritchie Victoria. 3 Don Polzin Cuero Hon men Becky Newsom. Cuero acrylic i Joyce Ritchie Victoria 2 Gloria Dorris vie Toria 3 Becky Newsom Cuero Hon men Barbara Bohman. Cuero. Acry collage i Polly Howerton. Cuero 2 Bernice Bohman Cuero Hon men Barbara Boh Man Cuero. Portrait i Ruth Barre Yoakum and 2. Annette Story Yoakum 3 Elizabeth Stockbauer Victoria no garbage pickup monday no garbage will be picked up monday because of the veterans Day Holiday and the Turkey Trot Parade garbage for the entire City will be picked up tuesday How Ever pickups May be a Little late tuesday since work Crews will be Busy keeping the downtown Sec Tion clean during the Centennial specials 240 la Seal Down composition shingles . Lumber gtd. 9.99 Cash Jones Blair no 1500 inside Latex White Wall paint. 3.95 Gal. Jones Blair no 1170 Prolene Latex outside House paint 4.95 Gal. Panelling 4 x 8 Large selection 2.99 each Nathan Post lumber co. 1401 n Esplanade open sat 8 to noon Cuero new new my Factor s Alle Creme hypo my eugenic of course Mellow wines Matching lipsticks Nail enamels Pink Sherry Vin Rose Brandy Claret red la Miv port Burgundy Corday s Unicorn flacon a flame a a or a to Jour Moi Spray Cologne conc entree special limited edition too 200 275 Klecka drug 101 e. Main pm. 775-2308 Center pharmacy 706 n. Esplanade pm. 27s-2306 a a Quot a your lieu apartment a the owner will no doubt insure it with an a a it ment owners policy in eluding theft and liability coverage a i to a ii t policy provides sum Lac Protection covering personal belongings Ila bitty and theft both policies from the Conrad Tarkington ins Conrad Tarkington his. Jim Conrad a Murray to Arunita j 210 n Esplanade a

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