The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 14, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 18, 1938 Page: 6 of 6
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ANUARY 18, 1988-
THE CUERO RECORD, CUERO,
BARBARA BELL FASHION PATTERNS
is now available
SCENE OF MONTANA PLANE CRASH
The Barbara Bell Summer Pattern Book
Send fifteen cents today for yo
Pattern No. 1379-.B
NEW SPRING ARRIVALS
TRIM AND TAILORED DAY
New Sprins Wash
To wear new, under your winter
coat, have ,a dress, as sleek and
slim Vs Pattern No. 1379-B. ■ The
lifted waistline and high placed
pockets are as fresh and new as
anything could be at this season;
You’ll adore it for its practical lines.
Shoulders fire straight and square,
and the skirt flares slightly at the
hem to give you perfect ease in
walking. Made up in a thin wool or
tweed, this dress is one which you
will wear throughout the season as
the standby in your wardrobe.
Choose a pbetty challis print, or a
light tweed—its good lines are its
only claim to distinction, there is
no trimming. You can make this
dress for your wardrobe in a few
hours the pattern includes complete
and detailed instructions.
For other tailored dresses of this
type, consult your Barbara Bell
Pattern Book. Its 32 pages are
chock-full of ideas.
■Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1379-B
Is designed for sizes 12, 14, 16. 18
and 20. Corresponding bust meas-
urements 30, 32, 34, 36. and . 3a
Size 14 (32) with long sleeves re-
quires 2 7-8 yards of 54 inch ma-
_ y BUTTE
New Styles, “Colt Frocks’
Princess Frocks, Zipper Frocks
nd value ever offered in Wash
before. Youn^ crisp styles
u’il fall for. Cz 11 by today and
,Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Williams have
moved Into the E leas apartment on
Hunt Street vacated Monday by
Mr. and Mrs. See x Clark, who have
moved to Shiner. Mr. Clark was one
the construction foremen on the
•Mdalupe river widge upon which
Angrete work w is completed dur-
fcf tfia past week,
P. Dew an<. family left Sun-.
day for Victoria, where they will
qjake theta* future home. Dow re-
PL ANE TEMPORARILY
oenttjtsold his lrterest in the Tex-
*$o Filling Static n on Broadway to
-'Mrs. Prank Stwkton and son
Rank M., motored to San Marcos
KDd Austin Tuesday morning.
Where plane crashed
Here is the scene of the crash of the Northwest Airlines plane, which
nosed into the ground in flames atop the Continental Divide, near
Bozeman, Mont., taking a death toll of 10, including the pilot, NIck
B. Mamer of Spokane, Wash. The plane, a new-type Zephyr, recently
put into service, was flying from Seattle to Chicago.
Mrs. Stella Klecka and daugh-
ter, Doris, and Mrs. . F. w. Miller
spent Sunday in £3 Campo with
Justin Hollywood Linens
Smart tailored styles that£
are 1938 standouts injp I
style and smartness.....
Pastel Colors ...........
* Yorktown Personals’
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SEND FIFTEEN CENTS
Special To The Record • WINTER PATT
YORKTOWN. Texas. Jan. 18. k— yourself attracts
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neumayer and becoming clothe
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Schultz visited from the Barban
Mr. and Mrs. Anson Neumayer and eAsy-to-make pa
son, Bobby! in Gonzales Sunday. ders 10 address
Mrs. B. Morisse of Nordheim low-
visited in‘Yorktown Monday. Tomorrow; A
Mesdames J. P. Taylor, J. Fiske. the Full Figure.
T. L. Allen and J. W. Hoff visited
in Cucro Sunday afternoon. ,
Capt. H. Richter of Cuero was a
business visitor in Yorktown Mon-
day. ; i‘ |
Ed Koenig observed his, birthday
Mrs. Jack W. Rose and son. Gar-
land, of Houston and Mrs. Penny
Person of Karnes City visited
Captain and Mrs. W. L. Rudd Sun-
L. Halberdier and Jodie Halber-
dier of Bieville visited in York-
7 Mrs. S. E. Weldon visited in Cue-
Mrs. J. P. Taylor left Monday
for Corpus Christi after a visit
Miss Hermina Brieger of Austin
temoon, finding quite a difference
in temperature in a day and. a‘half
J. O. William, representative of
the State Service Officer’s depart-
ment of the American Legion, was
in Cuero Tuesday to assist Legion-
alres in filing their claims.
Judge B. L. Hausmann of York-
town was a business visitor in Cuero
Dr. Robert Wagner, who has
been suffering from a severe case
of the flu, has recovered sufficient-
ly, to be removed from a local hos-
pital to his home, and expects to
be able to be back on duty within
a short time. His many friends
will be glad to learn of the Im-
provement In his condition.
* . • • i
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Willard are
BARBARA BELL PATTERN SERVICE
In care The Cuero Record
211 West Wapker Drive, Cnlcag^,111.
’’TEEN cents in coins for Pattern No .fit______
new opring Onoes
Luggage Tan, Patent and Suede
and Patent Combination.
$2.50 and $2.98
Also, new Oxfords for school wear
or walking. Misses and Children’s
Watch our ads for announcement
of new arrivals.
Enclose FIFTEEN cents in coins for Pattern No ________Si-
Name ...__.________________________________ _______________
Address._____ ____________________ ____________;___________;______
Give pattern number, size, and full address. Wrap coins
curtly in paper.
Plenty of lovely Pr
Cottons. Also Figt
or Suitings. For
(Copyright 1937. by
BeU Syndicate, Inc.)
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her (and .Mrs. Fred Billings, and family,
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Putman, Harry C. The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 14, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 18, 1938, newspaper, January 18, 1938; Cuero, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1072455/m1/6/: accessed February 22, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.