Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Deer Park Weekly Progress Newspaper Archives Jun 5 1969, Page 6

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Deer Park Weekly Progress, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1969, Deer Park, Texas The Deer Park Progress Deer Park Texas thursday june 51969 do Library announces summer Reading race the Deer Park 500 has gotten off to a speedy Start and the race is on the summer Reading program at the Library is using the car racing Motif this year with a free trip to a play at Jones Hall As the award for having read 12 books by july 23 to be eligible to enter the race a child must have finished the first Grade and must have a Library card the race track is set up in the childrens department at the Library and each child May move his car along the track As he reads his books More information on How to play the game is available at the Library phonograph records Are now available for circulation and for use with ear phones at the listening posts in the Library patrons Are asked to Check the circulation regulations when they borrow phonograph records As the rules differ somewhat from those for the circulation of books the senior citizens Art exhibit which was on display at the Library may2429proved to be a very popular and impressive attraction and we look Forward to other similar projects in cooperation with the recreation department among the new books at the Library May be found morning noon and night by James Gould Cozzens once against the Law by Philip mass rage in silence by Donald braider Illinois River Hoke Pokey by Charles Gerard in the House of the lord by Robert Flynn supper with the borgias by Richard Jones on Bor rowed time by Leonard Mosley appointment in Budapest by Eva Kennedy the occupying Power by Gwyn Griffin Pearl s Buck by Theodore f har Ris Bush baby by Martin Woodhouse the conflict of generations by Lewis f fever boy scout committeemen announced in pack committeemen in boy scout troop Are Marlin 0 Cherry 901 Alyse Ewell r Williams 1320 Byron John l Brelsford 1401 Norwood Bill Black 112 e Forest Lane Thomas w records 810 Ivy a j Bakalar 1017 Grace Roy Crouch 1706 Park ave Ray Dean 117 West Vaughn j h Griffey 1231 Kenny John Hall 1125 Alice Earl b Kahla 2705 Luella r d Kent 2713 Luella scoutmaster Herbert w Roese 1306 Norwood Mitchell m Kep Pler 2709 Hill Shire Donald r Mcghee 1109 Alan Clyde e Freddy 207 West Forrest lne Felix a Ward 1309 Meadow Lark or Lee e Bishop 818 Norwood William Yost 1232 Kenny Jimmy Corley 2907 red Bluff Pasadena James a Rutherford 3305 Tangl Briar drive Pasadena Merle e tur Ner 1101 Grace Melvinl Rit Ter Box 154 Burns Lee Clare 3005 Eileen Billy j Lamb 221 West Oak George r mul Vaney 1313 Norwood and Deane j Schwartz 406 Reta these Are the men working to make our scouting program so effective in Deer Park or Hiratani of Hawaii to speak at first Baptist sunday or Mori Hiratani pastor of first Baptist Church Pearl City Hawaii and president of the hawaiian Baptist convention will speak this sunday evening at during the Wor ship service of the first Baptist Church the son of japanese immigrants or Hiratani is the product of Southern Baptist foreign missions converted at age 15 he and 19otheryoung people who Are now serving As pastors missionaries Edu cation and music directors and denominational workers was i itly influenced by James Belote who is now foreign mis Sion Board Secreta for North Asia or Hiratani is a graduate of Wayland College 50 and Southern Baptist theological Seminary 54 Wayland con Tom Osburn named operations Foreman at Shell refinery t w Osburn 824 James a pumper no 1 in the Dis Patching department of Shell oils Houston refinery has been appointed As operations Foreman in the dispatching department Tom joined Shell in april 1935 As a labourer in the engineering Field department in july the same year he moved to the dispatching department and became a pumper no 1 in March 1954 feared the doctor of divinity in 1960 he is now serving his third term As convention president having served also in 1959 and 1960 he has been pastor of first Church Pearl City for 15 years Faye Shepherd joins powder pull Salon Faye Shepherd has joined the powder puff Beauty Salon As an operator specializing in High fashion hair styling an experienced beautician Faye has had eight years experience and is a former employee of Deer Park Beauty Salon she resides in Palm Terrace with her husband Dan and children Bimbo Stormy and Ginger too about errors if you find a mistake in this newspaper please consider that it was put there on purpose we publish something for everyone including those who Are always looking for mistakes author unknown buy at Home j Texas cps Tesuji association Deer Park Progress official publication in and for the City of Deer Park Texas subscription rate per per copy publication office1006 Center Deer Park Texas Telephone phone or 93874 evenings and weekends Call or 92787 Gene Maxwell editor and publisher Kay Maxwell women editor and adv entered As second class matter under act of March 31879 As amended by the acts of june 11 1934 and october 301951 39 United states code 226 20 stat 359 48 stat 928 65 stat 672 second class postage paid at Deer Park Texas any erroneous reflection cast upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation in the columns of this newspaper will be retracted and corrected when proof of such error is submitted to the publisher Ringling Bro Barnum Bailey circus now at Strohall the Al new super spectacular 19c9 edition of Ringling Bros and Barnum Bailey circus is Here the greatest show on Earth arrived in Houston on Fri Day May 30 for 2performances everyday at pm and pm through september first All performances will take place in Strohall next to the Astrodome for the circus Strohall will have 9400 seats All reserved 1969s Mammoth manifesta Tion of the circus is staged and directed by Richard Barstow with the entire production under the supervision of Irvin Feld Feld his brother Israel s Feld and judge Roy Hofheinz Are co owners of Ringlin Bros and Barnum Bailey featured in the 1969 edition of the greatest show on Earth is a gathering of the worlds outstanding circus performers including the worlds most famous Tiger Trainer the intrepid Charly Baumann presenting the largest group of performing tigers in the world today the internationally acclaimed horseback Riding Tiger presented by Beautiful blonde Evy Althoff from Germany famed circus Althoff from Ireland the greatest performing dogs in the circus world presented by the famous Stephenson family a Host of International Cir Cus performers make their american debuts in the 99th edition of the greatest show on Earth among them Naidenov Europe famed hand balancing wonder Hun Garys exciting Donnert Bare Back Riding family the Oleks and their sensational acrobatics on horseback the flying Osier South Africa Delight Ful comedy flying trapeze per formers also appearing for the first time in America is Europe most acclaimed Juggler the by mimic and different Bela Kremo the famed Bumbach balancing family of terrific Teeter Board terrors the i Hortobagyi and Malvolti two of the worlds most sensational High wire acts Are spotlighted in the circus Doval the great americas unbelievably dauntless and daring midair performer and Monique and Guzman sending chills Down the spines of the audience with their dangerous and dazzling High wire acrobatics on a motorcycle making his Ringlin Bros and Barnum Bailey debut this season is Young Elvin Bale just Back from a sensational russian tour Bale presents one of the most exciting High trapeze acts in circus history sharing the midair spotlight is Lovely Chrys Holt the Young lady who juggles while suspended from the ceiling by her hair Ringling Bros and Barnum Baileys famed tradition for outstanding spectacular production numbers is continued and enhanced this season As five Brand new spectacles unfold for children of All Ages among them is a Brilliant Aerial spectacle Winter wonder land and a mad mod Romp with elephants and pretty girls called Carnaby More excitement in the 99th edition the acclaimed dress age Riding of Franz Althoff and Lillemor Moller the sensational flying trapeze stars the Gibsons Zaganas internationally acclaimed canine revue the camels Llamas and ponies of Ethel Joyce three rings of aristocratic Liberty horses in precision Drill the Lovely Sara Chapman High priestess of the High trapeze the fantastic Sitkewicz and his death defying dive for life the amusing Monkey shines of the Konyot and Antanucci chimpanzees and three herds of per forming elephants under the direction of the famed Trainer Hugo Schmitt theres More 25 of the worlds funniest clowns the Chari Vari a rollicking Caval Cade of acrobats and tumblers and a preshow concert on the greatest show on earths con Cert Calliope tickets for the greatest show on Earth Are on Sale at All of the usual astr Domain Box offices but can be obtained now by mail to Ringlin Bros and Barnum Bailey circus Strohall p 0 Box 1691 Houston Texas 77001 re served seats Are priced at and 8200 and children 12 and under get a reduction on All tickets on monday tues Days wednesdays thursdays and fridays another added feature when the circus plays in astr Domain will be a sideshow exhibiting All of the usual sideshow oddities plus Gargantua the Lar Gest Gorilla in Captivity Side show admission tickets will be for adults and 25c for children the circus Mena Gerie will be free to every one holding an admission ticket to the big show Ono its much better to be a patient pedestrian than a Ped i Trian patient a wife knows almost nothing about Money matters except that it does an acquaintance is a person we know Well enough to borrow from but not Well enough to lend to senator Brooks Bill for medical school in Houston by Senate Austin sen Chet Brooks won Senate approval today for a Bill creating a new medical school in the Texas medical Center at Houston the school would be operated As a Branch of the University of Texas system the Bill would authorize the Start of work on the facility for which about million in state funds is sought this year another million in state funds have been asked by the it regents to assist construction construction could begin in september and the first fresh Man class could be accepted two years later Texas now has Only one Doc Tor for each 997 persons As compared with one for every 660 persons on the National average Only 45 per cent of the doctors in Texas have been graduated from Texas medical schools in authorizing the it system to establish the medical school the legislation allows the Board of regents to accept Federal and foundation Grants individual donations and real estate for the school the coordinating Board state College and University system has recommended the creation of the new state medical school in Houston and Hermann Hospital would be the teaching Hospital for it rep Tom Bass sponsored the measure in the House of representatives tar officer to visit with local realtors president Cecil Lott of the Pasadena Board of realtors announces that the Pasadena Board will hold its general membership meeting at 8 pm tuesday june 10 at the ramada inn 10801 East free Way in Houston Ervin w Luedtki executive vice presi Dent of Texas association of realtors will be guest speaker at this meeting All Board members Are invited and urged to attend As this will be a very interesting and informative meeting there will be a meeting of the Board officers and directors with Luedtke at prior to the regular membership meeting the Pasadena Board of real tors is made up of 56 realtor members 72 associates and 26 affiliates b z obriant appointed Foreman at Shell refinery Deer Park resident b 7 obriant has been appointed As engineering Foreman at Shell Oil company Houston refinery engineering Field department b 7 joined Shell at the Houston refinery in May 1948 As a boilermaker Helper in the engineering Field department he became a boilermaker no 1 in april 1955 and assume the position of safety inspector in the safety department in january 1968 happenings about town Bill and Dottie Chmylak Are glad to have son Bill Home from school he has been away earning a degree in pharmacy congratulations to Margie Pullen who was Amon the num Ber graduating with a a de Gree in sociology from the University of Houston this last weekend visiting for the weekend in Honor of the occasion were her folks or and mrs Jack eth Ridge from fort Worth congratulations Are also in order for Frances Culbertson who will be applying her know ledge of speech therapy since graduating from u of h Deer Park rotary club heard professor of biology m 0 Cherry of san Jacinto College deliver a talk on chemistry of the body and the reproductive process of cells the noon meeting took place wednesday May 28 at the Hickory House business included discussion of ladies night and installation of new officers set for june 27 at Houston yacht club Parks and recreation director Michael Black joined the group As a new member and Clovis Mann Deer Park City administrator was welcomed Back after recuperating from a heart attack programs for the next two weeks will reveal 6869 High lights of the Houston oilers the Moss household has been increased by two in the last 3 weeks Bob and Kathy Moss 737 Princeton Are the Happy parents of twin girls born May 8th at Bayshore Hospital Melanie weighed 6 ibs 10 of and Melissa tilted the scale at 7 ibs 2 of big brother Troy is trying to get used to having two new Sisters we spoke with father Kleas at the Library dedication and Learned that Saint hyacinths should be finished in 3 months if the roofers go Back to work this week we have a num Ber of families in up who will be attending there Robin Bonneau Deena free Man Karen Clanton Cecie Westbeld Gina Steinmeyer Janet opre Karen Walker Dianna Portenier Tracy Warren Lisa Hudson Are 10 Happy Little girl scouts now that they have flown up from the brownies last thursday week their Brownie troop gave them a Royal Send off with punch and cookies served to the mothers As Well As the honoured Young ladies they received their wings and girl scout pins Jack slight and Charles Schoppe were among the graduates at san Jacinto last weekend we heard a num Ber of people remark that the graduation was impressive with teachers and professors dressed in their school colors for the occasion jacks folks were Here Cathy Tolar daughter of the d h Tolar 222 x Street threw a swimming Bash for Friend Chad Grauke son of Olie Grauke 1430 Norwood they had about 40 Young people around the Pool and taking part in putting away the food on the refreshment table there were chips and dips and soft drinks for everyone the occasion was staged to say were sorry to see you go Chad or Grauke has been transferred to a Houston school for next year mixed congratulations Are Al so in order for Earl and Dee Zottarelle 218 Sylvia who have one son Back Home from Viet Nam one boy came Home and the other left for the same area House warming for Barbara Culbertson 3421 Ash turned out to be a two evening affair with guests congregating thursday and Friday evenings Joann Moody and pm peach were the hostesses and they served Sand Wiches cookies punch mints and nuts to Eloise Dodd Alice by Janet Dye Polk Doris Ann Lockey Doris Wynne Barbara Ryan Pat Camp and Carol Clayton up boy scout troop is getting ready for what they Call a variety Sale on june 14th the proceeds will be used to buy needed tents for camping they will be Happy to sell items anyone wants to offer for a fee of if you have any thing to offer Call Vera Tilton 4791176 or take them by 714 Academy san Jacinto parking lot will be the spot Ernie and Gisela weeks 746 Princeton Are entertaining Giselas brother Jurgen Tritt or and wife Christel from Ber Lin Germany Jurgen and Christel speak very Little eng Lish but with the weeks help Are looking Forward to getting to know of the u s congratulations to mayor and mrs Earl Dunn on their 41st wedding anniversary celebrated about a week ago City of Livingston Volunteer fire department was Host to Deer part Volunteer fire department last sunday they got together and practice pumper team work Allen Joyed Barb together sup plied by the Livingston Crew there were representatives from the Chappel Gailey Pool Moore Green Lee and Ester son families Jim and Marion Freeman along with Charles and Beverly Schoppe attended performance of Light up the sky at the Alley theatre saturday night they sat 4 rows from the stage and report the comedy to be first rate Neal and Vera Tilton had friends in for a Shipwreck party last Friday night with All kinds of goodies Chicken to top it off a num Ber enjoyed a dip in the Pool speaking of pools the swints John and sue have a new swimming Hole in their Back Yard Ernest Finley who is Pas Tor of the College Park Church of Christ is Down with a Case of pneumonia we Hope to hear that Hes Well and up and around soon congratulations to Martha Hill daughter of Atha and Ruth Hill new worthy advisor for la Porte Rainbow girls a real Celebration took place at the Hill Home 1210 e Colum Bia after the installation Over 50 friends were on hand to express their Best wishes hostesses were Daphne Mccal Lister Charlotte Fuller Betty Longnecker and Paula marthas theme for the installation and Roi Wykim Vas red roses which added the important touches to the serving table and House guests enjoyed cake Finger sandwiches mints nuts and punch House guests for the week end Wera marthas grandmother from Longview and or and mrs Willie Nelms also from Longview mrs Hill had a special word of thanks for mrs Ollie Vaughn of Deer Park who did the decorating for the evening St hyacinths women club showed their appreciation to outgoing officers May 27th at the Hickory House with a dinner retiring officers were Jane Zucha pres Yvonne Nink vice pres Wilma Meza Secretary Jane Wilson trea surer representative to Par Rish Council Norma Willis they each received a Corsage and pin from the group new officers were announced to the 33 present they Are Diana Ridd pres Marian Par vice president Yvonne Nin Secretary Barbara Matu sek treasurer and new Par Rish Council representative Jane Pucka the club will not be meeting during the summer but will resume activities in septem Ber too have you heard of the can Nibal chief who heard the White missionary phonograph records for the first time and grunted huh canned White Man for a Good Deal on Auto fire and life insurance r w Wallace 812 Center St or 93666 state farm insurance companies Home offices Bloomington Illinois when better shrimp Are served Well serve them Short orders Lynchburg crossing cafe one Block South of Lynchburg ferries closed mondays 4410 Battleground Road phone or 99131 it pays to have professional attention a Condi r zoning and appliance service All makes and models one Day service wings 1238 Center or 95109 Home owned i operated Plaza Texaco 3210 Center or 94604 tire Battery Sale service is our i us Ness Homeowner and operated i oily Wesson r

Search all Deer Park, Texas newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for June 5, 1969

Browse
Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.