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Deer Park Weekly Progress Newspaper Archives Jan 1 1970, Page 1

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Deer Park Weekly Progress, The (Newspaper) - January 1, 1970, Deer Park, Texas Jam of Foo the foreign language department at Deer Park High had their annual inter National christinas party thursday dec 18 students from the four language categories French German latin and Spanish dressed As they would in the old country approximately 200 attended the party by Richard Washburn Lynch Burg lines by Colleen Braden Many Homes in our area have had recent guests this is the season of the year when friends get together to enjoy Fellowship visiting with Walter and Lou Sorelle Over the holidays were mrs Frank Martinez Ray and Julia Martinez to and Helen Rex Brown or and mrs Jessie Mascarro and children from Baytown and or and mrs Jimmy Mascarro and children from Elpaso Hazel Singleton Randy rus sell and Celia Singleton were in Temple for Christmas to visit or and mrs r a Welch mrs singletons parents tie Gap remember when hippy meant big in the hips and trip involved travel by car plane or ship when soul was mans spirit one heard of at Church and action was movement a Start or a lurch when pot was a vessel for cooking things in and hooked was what grandmothers Rug might have been when neat meant Well organized tidy and clean and grass was ground cover normally Green when lights and not people were turned on or off and the Pill might have been what you took for a cough when groovy meant furrowed with ridges and hollows and Birds were winged creatures like Robins and swallows when fuzz was a substance that Huffy like lint and bread came from bakeries instead of the mint when Square meant a 90degree angled form and Cool was a temperature not quite warm when swinger was someone who swung in a swing and a pad was a soft sort of cushioning thing when layout meant Distant and far far away and a cat was a feline a pet or a stray when dig meant to shovel or Spade in the dirt and put on was what you would do with a shirt when Tough described meat too unyielding to Chew and making a scene was a very rude thing to do words once so sensible sober and serious have not freaked out Man like there All psycho delirious Der perk Tutti by in a football game the quarterback Calls the signals if he should Call the wrong sign i the other players be come confused the rotary club safety com Mittee says when Yor Are driving you Are calling the sk5nals in you give the wrong Skau other motorists become con fit skin w w to Sig Nal a Hilt intentions Cor Khotin driving it was family Day in the Dan Girard Home on Christmas Day having Christmas dinner there were Dee and Jimmy Carpen Ter and sons Scott and John from Houston Dennis and children Lydia Stephen and Gary Bee Richnow and Terry Lynn Terry White and Pink logging Elaine Linder had a House full of company the Day after Christ Mas dropping in were daughter Avis from Houston Mark and Fern Linder from Houston Paul Weatherford and Vance Bennett visiting the Don barn arts was mrs Berniece Bingham from Caynon dam mrs Bing Ham is bettys Mother or and mrs Carl Fitz Gerald 226 Kilgore entertained or and mrs Magio and Daugh Ter Michelle from Houston Edward Lee his wife and children Lisa Ann and Cherry from Lake Houston Jimmy and Anna from it Polk in Louisiana Missy and Arlene were Happy to have their Brothers and sister Home or and mrs Ray Kovar and or and mrs e e Fisher shared Christmas dinner festivities Back from honeymoon trips in time to have Christmas with the Claude Odds were or and mrs Terry Lee Whitesides and or and mrs Wayne Todd what a Busy week it was for Minnie and Claude with two of their children getting married in one week our congratulations to the Happy couples having christinas dinner with or and mrs j t Stephenson were Ray Martin from High lands Edwin Denny and David and Delys from Humble Ruth Jones from Baytown or and mrs Edge and Cheryl Ann from Channelview Johnny Baumbach from Crosby and or and mrs Hester and Rocky from Jacinto City our sympathy to or and mrs Benny Stephenson of hous ton on the death of their in Fant son who passed away Christmas Day mrs Stephen son is the former Babet Burns of Lynchburg or and mrs w c Braden spent christinas with their daughter and son in Law or and mrs Dennis Whitted of Pasadena also enjoying the Christmas dinner were or and mrs e w Whitted or and or and mrs e w Whitted or of Baytown or and mrs Burk head of Houston or and mrs a e Naff and sons Tim and Pat of Louisiana Happy new year to one and All keep the news coming in remember our phone number 4244285 Progress j a weekly Independent Community newspaper dedicated to the civic religious educational and social advancement of Deer Park and adjacent areas vol Al no 7 Deer Park Texas thursday january 1 1970 subscription rate per per copt both Bayshore men state capital news a Happy thought to Start the new year As an Auto owner youll have an easier time than Ever before getting your new License tags in 1970 this thanks to a revised registration system which becomes effective in january Texas Highway department which devised the new system predicts that registrations will pass the seven million Mark for the first time registration renewal applications will be mailed to every vehicle owner in the state this will be done during the month of january however the registration period does not begin until february 1 be on the Lookout for your application it will arrive in a slender envelope marked is your License plate renewal application dont throw it away As junk mail its very important your application is a three part form which should not be torn apart instructions Are included in the form at the Start of the registration period you May take your application and fee to your county tax order by mail it no longer will be necessary to present certificates of title or last years registration receipt when you have the application waiting lines at the tax office or substation should be Shorter All the clerks need to do is take your Money slap a sticker on the application showing your registration number and other hand Over the 1970 plates april 1 is the registration deadline but mail applications Cut off on March 1 those who want plates sent by mail should Send the application form Totsc county tax collector along with the registration fee plus handling and be sure your Correct address is shown on the renewal form this new system Isth result of extensive computerization of Highway department vehicle records it gives Texas one of the most efficient methods of registration and even the color scheme is Blue on a reflective White Back ground Moser and Carter Are new Progress owners Charles Moser Perry Carter the world of Charles Russell sponsored by january 7 a Story of the greatness of a Man the Genius of his Art and the Frontier West comes vividly alive at 9 am wednesday january 7th in the West of Charles a on hour tax collector to be Here january t a Deputy from the office of Carl s Smith county tax As sensor collector will be in Deer Park City Hall tax of fice on january 7 from 9am3pm with lunch time from pm to collect current taxes Register voters and accept renditions watch night strike at first Baptist on wednesday night Decem Ber 31 the watch night pro Gram will begin at 8 pm and continue until just after mid night at the first Baptist Church 438 East 8th St two of the Moody Bible Institute sermons from science films will be shown facts of Faith and sign posts aloft a Fellowship and refreshment period will follow a worship service will begin at pm included in the service will be the Observance of the lords supper Abc project 20 color special to be televised on apr ctr and sponsored by Houston lighting Power company today the paintings of Charles Marion Russell hang in All the most prestigious places his first commission executed on a slab of Pine in House paint Hung behind a Western bar if pressed he called himself an but the old horse wrangler was How he really saw himself today the experts Call him artist and add unprecedented adjectives to that other terms they toss about Are visual historian epic Tive Grap hic Annalise and creator of an eternal commentary on the end of a great american experience Russell would have whooped and howled at such a mess of Highfalutin phrases All he Ever aimed to do was draw the life he saw around him in doing this however he unwittingly immortalized an Era Charles Moser and Perry Carter have purchased the Deer Park Progress from or and mrs Gene Maxwell Moser and Carter will take Over management of the pro Gress the official newspaper of Deer Park for 12 years on Jan 1 the maxwells have owned and operated the Progress for 10 years Moser a life Long resident of la Porte comes to Deer Park from Texas City where he has been assistant publisher of the Texas City daily Sun for a year and one half he is a 1961 graduate of la Porte High and received a Bachelor of science degree at Sam Houston state in 1965 he also attended Lee College in Baytown after graduation and a stint in the service Moser served As managing editor of the Bren Ham Banne press from 1966to 1967 he moved Back to la Porte in june 1967 to become editor and publisher of the la Porte Bayshore Sun he served in that capacity for a year before moving up to the assistant pub Lishers Job in june of 1968 in Texas City he was responsible for the daily suns editorial and production depart ments in addition to other Mana Gerial responsibilities Moser is a member of the Texas City rotary club and the greater Texas Gityla Marque chamber of Commerce he and his wife Peggy have a Daugh Ter Jennifer four the Moses belong Church of Texas City Moses parents Are or and mrs Ray Moser 30year Resi dents of la Porte the elder Moser has been employed at Shell Over 25 years Carter is and succeeded Moser As editor and publisher of the la Porte Bayshore Sun in june of 1968 he was a 1956 graduate of Lawton okla High and attended the University of hous ton prior to moving to la Porte Carter served Asad ver Tising manager of the Angle ton times he and his wife Barbara have three children Kevin six Christopher four and Kath Leen two Carter is a member of the la Porte rotary club and is a director of the la Porte Bayshore chamber of com Merce the Carters Are members of the first United methodist Church of la Porte Alabama Coushatta indians to hold inaugural ceremony the tribesmen of the Alabam Coushatta Indian reservation will hold the inaugural ceremony for the installation of lifetime chiefs on january 1 1970 at Texas Only Indian reservation 17 Miles last of Livingston on u s Highway 190 this is a once in a lifetime occasion Seldom witnessed few organized tribes have chiefs As in yesteryear the last traditional tribal chiefs ceremony took place in 1936 when Cooper Sylestine was made Mikko Choba big chief and Fulton Battise at Akola second Chiea chief Cooper Sylestine died in february of at the age of 89 and tribal members have selected Button Kat Tiftic As Mikko Choba and elections Are being held for Mikko the Public is invited to share in the ceremony that will take place in the same manner As performed through hundreds of years of history at am january 1st congressman John dowdy senator Charles Wilson representative John Hannah representative Dave Allred and Texas Indian commission chairman Dempsie Henley will open the ceremony with Wel coming addresses and at 11 am the men of the Indian clans the Medicine Man and a former Mikko be Little Chie Clem Fain will begin the color nil rituals of installing new chiefs after the ceremony which will be Over by noon the Barbecue building dining museum and All activities will to open Progress will be Community voice Deer Park is like every other growing Community in Harris county it needs a voice the new owners of the Deer Park Progress intend to build a weekly publication that will be known throughout South East Texas As the voice of Deer Park the Progress has been in existence for the past 12 years and it already makes a weekly visit into nearly every Home in the Community it is hoped that the new Progress will continue to be a Welcome visitor each week and that every newcomer who decides in the future to make Deer Park his Home will also want to become a regular Reader and subscriber Community news Church news schools news official news of the City and personal news of everyone who lives in Deer Park will be the Backbone of the Deer Park Progress there is much to be done in the Community As Deer Park continues its meteoric growth and the Progress Hopes to be in the Middle of this Effort to publicize what ought to be done what is being done and if necessary what ought not be done the owners of the Progress have lived adjacent to Deer Park for Many years and will be interested now in moving to Deer Park As soon As possible and from that Vantage Point publish a Hometown weekly paid subscriber newspaper that will take its place High on the list of the Best weekly newspapers in the state we already know Deer Park will never Settle for second Best each of you can help us on this give us a Call whenever we can serve you in any capacity newspaper Wise will be calling Gonyau and it the a ution to your help and support Soe you every thursday we Are for the Opportunity to buy the Deer Park Progress from the maxwells Moser and car Ter said our no 1 goal is to give Deer Park and area residents the finest weekly newspaper possible we recognize this As a tremendous area and we look Forward to being a part of the Community growth for Many years we want to meet As Many residents and merchants As soon As possible and Start promoting Deer Park too to i wry elects officers the Texas air and water resources foundation is a non profit Texas corporation organized in 1965 for the purpose of disseminating information and providing support and guidance for pollution control work in Harris Chambers Galveston and Brazoria counties its primary activity to Date has been to provide funds for sup port of the Galveston Bay study being conducted under the direction of the Texas water Quality Board the members and trustees of the foundation held their annual meeting in Houston on thursday december 18 at which the following officers and trustees were elected president Joe l Lago of Anahuac a county commissioner of Chambers county executive vice president Glenn Purcell of Houston a consultant and former Mem Ber of the Texas House of representatives from Harris county vice presidents Fred Hartman of Baytown publisher of the Baytown Sun Jack f Erdmann of Texas City with Union Carbide com Pany r b Peterson of Bay town with us steel corp Secretary Scruggs of 3311 Houston mrs Model w Alabama treasurer Weldon hum ble Houston vice president of first City National Bank too Bayou Send Oki Bayou Bend the former Home of miss Ima Itaf will open to the a mme on sunday Jawan 4 from to Ihre pm in trance is Tom one what Crit Street fluff Fri Metal draw Iris seen is free

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