The Cuero Daily Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 58, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 10, 1929 Page: 3 of 10

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That Are Built for Hard S
mea .d-
a little
“Ox-Hide” Overalls
Sturdy — Low Priced
ice and cat
to fit
Work Suspenders
and white
J. C. Hartma*
Jennie Anderson.
Made. Over-
(Jatil She Toek CarduL
Ceredo, W. Va,—In telling how riri
Good Furniture and Good
Values are Inseparably
profit 350,
Linked at Stowers
Everything In I
Victrolas, Brunswicks and Pal Porta
Stowers Endorsed Merchandise Carries an Assurance of Satisfaction
clothes. Many of our Nation-Wide Values Are on
serve lunch.
J. C. Dobbs, President.
Will Schorre, Rec.-Sec’y.
Gary Cooper and Nancy Carroll is the
screen offering for the evening. Regu
lar Monday night price* will be main-
tained, according to.Miss Freis.
with six bar-
Was U
Meets Every Second and Fourth
Friday Night at 7:30 o'clock.
Viaftlng Brothers Always Welcome,
L E. Otts,
W: M.
club will
j Police, back suspenders in 38
tod 42 inch lengths.
• 49c
Assorted lengths, sizes 30 to 48 waist.
Overall or Jacket, at,
Made of 2.20 blue denim. Triple-
stitched seams. Offered in high-
back or suspender-back styles.
worse than before.
“I was in despair because nothing
helped me. I tried several reme-
dies, but I continued to suffer.
“One day, I read about CarduL
Other women told bow they had
gotten strong and well after taking *
it I have often been thankful for
that day, for after I had taken Car-
dui for awhile, I felt like a different
human being.
“It did not seem possible, but I
did not suffer the old. torturing
pains, and I really felt well I can
heartily recommend Cardui, for I
know how much I improved after
I took it. Since then. I have taken
it several times when I have needed
a tonic, and I have always been
benefited. It is a wonderful help.”
All good druggists sell CarduL
Try it for your troubles.
A store of furniture specialists, Stowers know good furniture
—designs, woods, workmanship—every detail that makes for
longer service, added satisfaction. And Stowers know, too, what -
good furniture is worth. Whether you buy a single chair or a
complete suite at Stowers you know, first that it is good furniture
and, second, that your dollars have done a good day’s work.
Still Baking Cakes
LMmktog cakes for my
friends. Call me in afternoon and
evening. Phone 516-W. Patronage ap-
Perlie Yelkey, of this place, says:
“At one time, I had a very serious
spell which left me weak. At times,
I would suffer such intense pains
across my back and In my ride that
I could hardly stand it
“I endured this over and over
Whence Came The Name of March?
March was the first month of the
year for the ancient Romans. It was
the first month of the year for several
countries until a comparatively recent
time. The legal year in England began
on Marieh 25 until 1752.
The reason March was considered
the first month was because it came
after the dead season of the year
when Nature began showing the earl-
iest signs of a renewal of growth.
This important month was dedicat-
ed to Mars, (the war god, by the Ro-
mans. They called the month Martius.
In England among the Saxon fath-
ers it was known 4s Lenet-Monat, or
length month, in reference to the
lengthening of the days—the origin
also of the term Lent.
Hawthorne Club
St. Patrick’s Day provided the at-
tractive theme that was featured at
the round table session of the Haw-
thorne club on Tuesday afternoon,
this being the monthly social session
of the club. Ferns and other rich
green foliage were effectively used to
provide an appropriate background
setting for the occasion; and a tempt-
ing salad course carrying out the
Irish theme was served. The hostess-
es for the afternoon were Mrs. E. H.
Putman, Mrs. Fritz Koehler and Mrs.
S. M. Melton. Following the social
hour, Miss Hermine Burghard gave a
most interesting talk on “The person-
alities of Some American Cities.
In account of the tremendous volhme of business done by the
Stowers organization, manufacturers uf America’s besF furniture
offer Stowers preferences and savings that are passed on to our
customers. Stowers endorsed merchandise is ypur assurance of
Eastern Star
Meetings 1st and 3rd Tua*
day Nights at 7:30 o’clock
Resident Member* expected.
Visiting Member* always
MR8. AGNES, 8PANGLE, 8ecty.
University Club
Meeting in regular session on
day afternoon the University
elected officers who will serve
the next club year, taking their re-
spective positions at the last meeting
in May. These are: Mrs. L. L. Buttery,
president; Mrs. TheO. Reuss, vice-
president; Mrs. A. W. Bourke, record-
ing secretary; Mrs. Carl Bohne, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. J. C. Ley,
treasurer. Mrs. Buttery will succeed
Mrs. Jack Howerton who has presid-
ed capably over the meetings of the
club this year.
Thursday Bridge Club
.Mrs. Albert Lienhard was hostess
for this week’s meeting of the Thurs-
day Bridge 'club entertaining at her
lovely home on Clinton street Three
tables ‘enjoyed the games, Mrs. T. O.
Buchel winning the high score trophy.
Afterwards a delicious refreshment
Cuero Lodge
No. 409
plate was served to the following:
Mesdames LeRoy Hamilton, T. O. Bu-
chel, Graham Hamilton, Jim Moore,
Myron Bass, Theo. Reuss, Arthur
Burns, Louis Otts, Shelly Tarkington,
Charlie Peavy Jack Howerton
Miss Bertha Harris.
PARIS.—(INS)—A pawnshop with a
garage that will contain 600 automo-
biles—such is the ambition of the
144-146 E. Main St., Cuero, Texas
Work Clothes ‘
Dinner Party
Rich Taylor whose reputation
an ideal host has been sustained
many occasions, again extended the
hospitality of his lovely ranch home
to a group of his Cuero friends on
Wednesday evening when he enter-
tained with a dinner party of at-
tractive appointment. The affair was
in the nature of a farewell as he with
bis aunt, Mrs. Emma Shiner and her
daughter, Miss Ida Shiner, are leav-
ing today on a trip to Europe, expect-
ing to be away for several months. ‘
“Pay Day”
Overalls or Jumper
Of 2.20 blue denim, cut
roomy for
comfort and
freedom of
Paris to Make Profit
on Pawned Autos
To Insure Best Yield*
County Federated Clubs
Regular meeting of DeWitt County
Federation of Women’s Clubs in Pres-
byterian Annex, Thursday, March 14,
at 10:30 a. m. Five Mile Royal Work-
Regular meeting of the Legion Aux-
iliary will take place Monday after-
noon at the Legion Club
Members urged to attend.
Federation Meeting
Club women of Cuero will join
other members of the County Feder-
ation in enjoying the program plan-
ned for the spring meeting of the or-
ganization on next Thursday. The
spacious Presbyterian Annex which
has come to be looked on as the offi-
cial meeting place for these occasions
will again be the scene of the gather-
ing and luncheon will be served in the
parlors by the Royal Workers of Five
Mile, the latter fact being an assur-
ance that there will be many lunch-
eon guests as (these club women are
famous as splendid hostesses. A num-
ber of favorite entertainers will be
on the program including Miss Kath-
leen McMahon, Miss Patsy Ruth Mat-
thews, Miss Ula Gilchrist and Mrs.
Neuda Greeman, together with the
harmonica band, from the publiq
school under Mrs. Greeman’s direc-
tion. Speakers for the occasion will
be Rev. Everett H. Jones, T. L. Col-
vin and J. A. Oswalt. Mrs. J. C. Dobbs
will preside for the first time
While in the pale sunlight, a
swooping white birds flock above
the flood.
er, at—
GOOD furniture and good values are not always Siamese twins.
You can buy good furniture—and pay quite high for it. And
you can buy many a suite, seemingly a “bargain” that, one month
later, will belie its name. But Stowers good furniture and good
values are one and indivisible.
March, month of many weathers,
wildly |comes
In hail, and snow, and rain,
threatening hums,
And Roods;—while often at his
tage door
The shepherd stands to hear the
tant roar
Loosed from the rushing mills
river locks
With thundering sounds and over-
‘ powering shocks.
From bank to bank along the
ow lea.
The river spreads, and shines
Knights of
Council 1682
Meets every 1st and 3rd Tuesday
at 7:30 o’clock In K. P. Hall
J. C. Kossbiel Hy. Koenig
Grand Knight Fin. Secty;
Visiting brothers Invited.
There are laughs a plenty in “The
Darktown Recruit and Revue” which
comes to the Normana theatre Mon-
day afternoon and night. The matinee
will start «it 3:30 and the night per-
formance at 7:15. r
“The Darkto.wn Recruit” is a take
off on the experience of a negro sold-
ier in the Army and is said to be one
of the most laughable sketches of life
presented in some time.
Helena Strakova, formerly of the
Chicago Civic Opera, is the featured
danseuse of the offering. She is of
Russian-Czech, parentage and has in-
herited the natural apitude for the
classical dance that has made that
country foremost in the art J>f the
dance, according to critics.
“The Shop Worn Angel” starring
Jewel Lodge
No. 103
Meet* Every Thursday at 8 p. m.
Visiting Knight* Always Welcome.
J. J. Fischer, Paul Dornbluth,
C. C.
Good Used Pianos L.-...'.........4...............
Also New Grand and Upright Pianos
Sold on Easy Terms H’
R. C. A. Radiolas and Maj
Credit M

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