The Cotulla Record (Cotulla, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 50, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 5, 1927 Page: 3 of 8
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THE COTULLA RECORD
In the Interest of the Cotulla School.
. Edited by Junior Class.
An Appreciation to Mrs. Y. \V. jithmetic; Mary Louise Wildenthal I
Streuter. I Civics, Arithmetic, Spelling, Gram- i
Mrs. Streuter gave the Cotulla mar; Francis Woolls, Arithmetic, Civ-
High School two rose bushes, last I ‘is, Spelling; Helen Allen, Arithme-
week. The High school greatly up- tic; Mary Carver, Spelling; Mabel
preciates this gift. Our school I’arker, Spelling; Donald Gallman
campus needs more flowers and Arithmetic; Gungraphy, Grammar,
shrubbery than it has at present.' History, Physology, Spelling; Cecil
The school is continually striving to Pay Down, Grammar, Spelling, Arith-
improve the looks of the campus and metic; Doris Daniel, Spelling; Irene
building, in order that a better at- J Wallace, Spelling, History, Grammar
mosphere for the public may be ere-1 Arithmetic, Geography; Frank Dan-
ated. We feel proud indeed, to list I iel> Spelling, Geoggraphy, Arithme-
ameng our friends those who believe j tic; David Colbert, Spelling, Physo-
in “powers for the living” as does | logy, Arithmetic; Bernice Lightsey,
our good friend Mrs. Streuter. | Physics.
Good English Club Elect New Officers.
The 7th grade English Class met
January 28, and elected new officers
for the Good English Club to serve
during the second semester.
Vanita Rutherford, President; Lo-
r£en Keck, Vice-President; L. W.
Gaddis, Secretary; Martha Guinn,
Treasurer; George Harr, Reporter.
* * *
Algebra Contest Ended.
Renovation of School Furniture.
During the two weeks of Christ-
mas holidays some very valuable
work was completed at the high
school. The desks in *-»every room
were shaved off, with an electric
shaver. They were then filled
smooth with furniture filler, sand-
papered and varnished. The initals
of past graduates and pupils of this
school were made to disappear. This
The Algebra One Class' ente'red in. renovation adds greatly to the ap-
, , , pearance of the rooms, and is great-
to a contest during the first semes-!, ,
™, , ^ , ly appreciated by the teachers and
ter. The class was divided into two j ..
.1:,,:.:... „..n„.i ___u. pupils.
divisions. One side was called gold;
the other Maroon. The Gold side
was defeated and as a result of this
defeat had to entertain the Ma-
Toons with a party. The entertain-
ment was held at the Presbyterian
OnFriday afternoon, Jan. 21st, the
Carrizo Springs Basket Ball teams
came to Cotulla and played very in-
Annex last Friday evening. Each j teresting .games. At the end of the
member of the class was given priv- ; boys game the score was 14-9,
Seed! Seed! Seed!
MIXED CAR FIELD SEED TO ARRIVE
EARLY IN FEBRUARY.
SPECIAL PRICE DELIVERY FROM CAR-DOOR
IN SACK LOIS.
All our Seed will be sold for CASH ONLY—So it will
be to your advantage to BOOK YOUR ORDERS NOW
for car-door delivery.
RED TOP CANE
DWARF YELLOW MAIZE
SEE OUR PRICE LIST BEFORE BUYING.
Cotulla Mercantile Co.
LOCAL & PERSONAL
Good home cooking.—Rustic Cafe
Henard’s Sandwich I j !ish.—Co-
al la Bros.
Insure your complexion at the K.
H. C. Pittman was in Laredo on
business this week.
Mrs. Tube Eldridge and Miss Dollie
Pharr spent last Sunday in San An-
Social Sunday dir. urs.—Rustic
Eastman Kodaks and Cameras,
$1.23 up.—Merriman & Co. ■*
Dr. W. H. Morrow returned the
middle of the week from a business
trip to Houston.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Deopker were
here from San Antonio last week vis-
Marcelle toijet preparation.—The
j K. Burwell Store.
Will Cotulla, Customs officer came
| in Thursday night from Iiebbronville
t'or a few days stay at home.
Mrs. Roy Weaver and children were
here from Laredo first of the week
visiting her mother, Mrs. Widener.
Miss Jozie Potter is here from San
Antonio visiting her mother, Mrs.
. Mrs. Tom Talk returned home this
week after quite a stay in San An-
ilege of inviting a guest. Many -in- > favor of Cotulla. Cotulla girls won
teresting games were played during! also, the score was 31-7.
the party. The chaprones were! Carrizo Springs proved themselves
Mr. and Mrs. George Bennnck and excellent sports. Although we may
Miss Martha Morrow. All present! sometimes lose, we should always be
enjoyed the delicious refreshments I good sports. - - —
consisting of punch, sandwiches and j Jan. 28th, the Cotulla Basket ball
cake. | teams went to Dilley to play ball.
^^ * * * ; Cotulla won both games. The score
v . ,, • , . i of the boys game wras 11-3; while
The following students were ex-1,, , ,, . , „
. , ...... .. , : the score of the girls game was 21-0.
empt from the first term finals: _ _ . , , . .■
r, XT ,,. The P. T. A. has donated suits to
Berta Duncan, English IV; Nellie:. . .,
,, „ _ . i the basketball team. At the sug-
Mae Ferguson, English IV, History; . . , .
m. Helen Ktorev Snanish 1- Jesse1 Kest,on of OUr coach’ Mlss Fannie
„ « • , j at ' Herring, the school colors, Maroon
Barron, .Agriculture; Gladys Me-' . ^ , . , -
, r> i i T'.a ii o and Gold, were the colors selected for
Mahon, Bookkeeping; Ltella Smith, , . . „
.. , Tr. • i , r* * the basket ball suits.
English III, Spanish 1, Geometry: , ». ,. . .. ,
A1. .. ~ ,• u iir o • u 11 1 We truly appreciate this kindness
Alta Martin, English lv, Spanish II. . Al_ _ * . . , » .,
TT. . ttt A AT 1 rp *4. !of the P. T. A. in the donation of the
History III; Anna Manly, Typewrit-
ing; Elizabeth Manly, English III, j * ♦ *
Typewriting, History III; Pauline „ _ . ~
rr . « 1- u ITT A • T • P. T. A. Offers Open Program.
Harris, English III; Annie Laurie .,
t- . t-, .. - .it xt • tj • ! The senior class will give the pro-
Earnest, English III; Nannie Brisco. £op the p. T A Monday after-
Enghsh III; Milton Mangum, Eng- J Feb al 3;00 0-clock. The
lish III; Geometery; Roland Mangum I , , . „ ,
. ’ ... j. „ , , „ i subject is “Citizenship.” A very
GeomLH'ery; Madison Kuykendall, i , , , ,
„ . . , r- . . i & good program has been worked up.
Spanish 1; Geometery; Alma Fer-l*V ..... ...
„ . ... „ i There are three main divisions of the
guson, Ty | writing; Aldon Ganns,;
Agriculture; Paul Little, General; SU J®C ' , _... ,
.Science; Martin Schulze, Agriculture;1 a 1 a £,S 3 °? ’ lzen'
Joe West, Agriculture, English IV i ^ Mae Ferguson.
Spanish II; Lorenzo Ortez, English! Wh^ do We Owe to Our Town and
II; Virgil Smith. English II; Dudley ' Country ?-Homer Mays. _
Storey, Agriculture, Algebra II; Ed- P16 K,n£ oi. a Cltiztn 'Ve Adm,re-
ward Talbott, Algebra II; Elsie Slad- t,?3'18 . °° e‘ , . . . , , .
, .. ‘ . c- 1- u TT The seniors are doing their best to
ek, Domestic Science, English II .,
TT- . TT r>r u TTr.make this a worthy program.
History II; Elizabeth Burris, Eng- ___
lish; Sue Irvin Dyson, Domestic Jh.s program .s being fostered by
Science, English I; Algebra I; His- the P; T- A- T^ are Urf?'"g 3 ful1
tory I; Letrice Ferguson, English I; attendance of all who may be inter-
Ernestia Garcia, English I; Hath-! «fted' . The chairman Mrs. W^
crine Kuykendall, English I, General Tarver is offering a valuable prize to
Science, Algebra 1; Bessie Lann j the room that secures he largest at-
., . T r-u i pit, i vr„Qi rir. tendance of men. All patrons and
Algebi-a I; Charles Ethel Neal, Do- . , .
c • it ri;.v,T. winnifreH friends of the school are not only m-
mestic Science, Englishl Winnified .. , ...
Pqole, English I; Leo Lopez, General vited but urged to attend this pio
Science; Henry Streuter, Algebra I; ^am. Don t miss it!
Maltha Guinn, Spelling, Grammar
Arithmetic; Jo.lphine Ifeaner, Ar-
ithmetic, Spelling; Dorothy Jackson
Spelling, GGramar, Arithmetic; Lo-
reen Keck, Spelling, Grammar, Arith-
metic; Gwendolyn Lann, Spelling;
K ibbie M ) ks, Spelling, Grammar,
Arithmetic; Vanita Rutherford, Spell-
ing, Arithmetic; Burney Warren, Ar-
IN NEW YORK.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Philibert
were in New York this week. They
are expected to be home within a
few days. Mr. Philibert attended the
National Automobile Association
convention at Chicago.
Suitable For Truck and
Field Crops and Close to
ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT
TREES balled, and ready for plant-
ing, grown in my own nursery in the
rich Rio Grande Valley. Prices on
Men boarders. Good iecluPst. Rr. J. M. Green, Harlin-
Phone ^tn- Texas.
59W.—Mrs. C. A. Wallace. 1-29 2t £en- Texas.
One half block land, choice loca- j
tion, six room dwelling, near High. burnished Apartment to let.—Mrs
school, for sale. See D. S. Wright, T. Pugh. 2-8 3t.
at Wright Service Station. 1-29, 4t
Seed Corn and Hegarri Seed.—F. I.
Rock can supply you with dry land,
BARGAIN—Plant trees now.
Planting season for trees extends un-
til the last of March, in most of Tex-
as. The sooner, the better. Write
F. I. Rock can supply you with for free catalog and tell us what you
home grown, carefully hand selected would like to plant. We will make
Hegarri and Corn Seed. j special prices that will pay ycu.
“ :-----| Plant fruit trees to help you live at
FOR SALE-SeedcoriG sure crop-; home. Write today and mention
per, $2.50 per bushel.-Henry Beck- this ad> The Austin XurSt.ry> F x
with Farm, Cotulla, Tex.
BULLDOGS” STEER FROM Majestic “B” Battery eliminators
CHEVROLET TOURING CAR. for Radios.—Merriman & Co.
The automobile has invaded an- Marcelle Powders’ creams alld Pa-
nther realm of the horse, the dan- j funles- at The K- Burwell Store.
•rerous game of ‘bulldogging steers ! Home made cakes and pies.—Eus-
which has been popular in the Lone tie Cafe.
Star State ever since the vast herds!
of cattle first roamed its prairies. Mr- and Mrs- Claude Franklin are
The stunt was successfully per-'^e proud parents of a fine boy at
formed recently for the first time by their home- The young man made
a daring cowgirl at the rodeo held at his appearance last Monday, January
Bandera, Texas. 31st.
Crouched on the running board of Miss Harriett Schoftstal from the
a Chevrolet touring car, she rode in Armstronjf Btauty shop, San Anto-
pursuit of a wild Texas steer. A nio< uiU be at the Belcano Shop Mon-
group of yelling cowboys mounted on day P M-> t0 give permanent waves,
horses joined in the chase. The driv-1 she specializes in four different kinds
er of the Chevrolet adroitly avoided ! of waves at popuiar prices.
a frenzied charge when the steer
suddenly stood his ground and at- Battery chargers for Radio battjer-
FOR SALE—10 Black Minorca
hens and 2 cockerls—Phone 33J. 1-22
FOR SALE.—140 acres improved
land at 824.00 per acre. 320 acres,
unimproved $17 per acre. Good
level, red land. 3 1-2 miles from
railroad and paved highway.—F. S.
.Moffett, Millett, Texas.
WOOD FOR SALE, delivered.—L.
W. Gaddis. 12-11 tf.
Select Hegarri Seed.—W. C. Held,
Millett, Texas. 1-15 tf.
FOR SALE—200 stands of Bees in
double story standard hives—in first
class condition. Guarantee plenty of
honey to run them till spring. Bot- j
toms, tops and bodies are good.—H. I
R. Trammell, Big Wells, Texas.
For Room and board see Mrs. 0. j
FRUIT TREES THAT BEAR.—
Pecans and berries. Hardy climate-
proof Evergreens, Flowering Shrubs
Shades, Roses. Landscape plans
made. Catalogue free.—Ramsey’s
Austin Nursery, Austin, Texas. Es-1
Ramsey & Son, Austin, Texas.
FOR SALE—100 feet frontage on
Front Street.—C. E. Manly.
tempted to gore his pursuers.
The car then whirled in a swift cir-
cle and ran alongside the galloping
steer. The cowgirl leaped from the
running board to the animal’s should-
ers, locked one arm about his neck
and th"e\v him to the ground. She
suffered no injury.
Veteran cowmen in Bandera county,
the heart of the western ranch coun-
try, declare that “bulldogging” from
a car appears to be safer than when
Woodward Girls Basket Ball team the rider is mounted on a horse,
trimmed the Girls of the Cotulla High
Friday afternoon in a hard fought!
game, by a score of 17 to 14.. , Typewriting paper at this office.
WOODWARD GIRLS TRIM CO-
ies, made by Westinghouse, .S10.50.-*
Merriman & Co.
Wm. Arneson of Gardendale was
in our office this week and renewed
his subscription to the Record. Mr.
Armson paid his subscription up to
1929, which evidenced his faith that
the Record was a permanent fixture
Vegetables and Groceries
Phone 13 Phone 13
P. T. A.
The P. T. A. will meet in regular
session Monday, Feb. 7th. at three
; Three members of the graduating
| class, assisted by Mrs. Glass, will
| have charge of the programe. This
I is Fathers meeting and they are
specially invited to attend.
! Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Apperson as
hostesses will serve light refresh-
Hemstitching, Dressmaking, Phone |j
128J.—Mrs. J. T. Pugh. 2-1-27. B
WOOD FOR SALE—Unlimited
supply good mesquite wood. Any
length.—Phone 11W.—Walter Zahl.
The famous Wellhite Watson melon 11
seed grown in Parker county by B
Wellhite himself, can now be had p
through D. L. Neeley.
EAST OF DEPOT
Under New Management
Home Cooking j#) Family Style
L O W N
At the Demonstration Farm
MAN or WOMAN:—$50.00 to
S75.00 PER WEEK easily made sell-
ing Packard Tailored Shirts nnd ■
Neckwear. Finest lines in Amer-,
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Over 150 latest Spring patterns.
Can quickly build permanent repeat j
business. Select territory open if
you net quickly. $10.00 Sample Out-
fit FREE. Write today to Packard
manufacturing Company, 474 W. Su-
perior St., Chicago.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO AP-
PLY TO THE LEGISLATURE OF
THE STATE <>1 TEXAS FOR
THE PASSAGE OF A LOCAL
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED:
You will take notice that it is
my intention from and after thirty
(30) days from the first publication
of this notice, to apply to the Legis-
lature of the State of Texas for the
11 passage of a law, local in its nature,
I TO BE ENTITLED,
II An act to repeal House Bill No.
1 663, passed by the Thirty-Ninth Leg-
islature, Regular Session, approved
March 24th, 1925, and being Chapter
| 214 of the Special Laws of the State
! of Texas, 1925, creating and incor-
j porating the Dilley County Line In-
\ dependent School District in Frio
B j and La Salle Counties comprising all
£ the territory in Common School Dis-
B! trict No. 13 in Frio County, Texas,
I l-and certain territory in La Salle
County, Texas, and to restore Coru-
We have a good Bond Typewriting
paper, 500 sheets to the box for $1.00.
a I tiwn School District No. 13 in Frio
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SAN ANTONIO’S LATEST
Opens January 15th.
250 OUTSIDE ROOMS
Each with Tub and Shower
Circulating Ice Water—Celing Fans.
RATES $2.00 to $3 00
JACK WHITE, Operator.
County, Texas, and the territory in
La Salle County, Texas, affected
thereby, to the status existing prior
to the passage of the said act of the
Thirty-Ninth Legislature, providing
that the ad valorem maintenance tax,
legally and constitutionally levied,
for the maintenance of the schools in
the said Dilley County Line In-
dependent School District heretfS^
fore levied shall, in no manner, be
affected by the passage of this Act;
and declaring an emergency.
This the 1st day of February, A.
T. E. BURNS.
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The Cotulla Record (Cotulla, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 50, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 5, 1927, newspaper, February 5, 1927; Cotulla, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1163001/m1/3/: accessed January 21, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Alexander Memorial Library.