The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, April 27, 1928 Page: 4 of 10
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Friday, April 17, MM.
C. R. Cromartie. Editor
u second class matter at
Caldwell, Texas, Poetoffice, under
met 9i Congress, March 3, 1879.
Published weekly by The Caldwell
News and Burleson County Ledger,
Buck and Main Streets, Cald-
1 Year la County
Out of County
News of People
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boyd of Temple
visited relatives here the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Pluenneke of
Caldwell qpent Sunday afternoon
bare with friends.
Miss Lola McLead spent Monday
Mr. H. T. Keese is making prep-
arations for building a new eight
room residence, which, when com-
pleted, will be quite an addition to
The Baptists have received the new
piano for thidr church.
Misses Lola McLeod spent Wed-
nesday with Mrs Lorris Woods of
Miss Louise Smith of Caldwell vis-
itad her parents here Monday. .
Raymond Weyand who is working
at Beaumont visited his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kaltwasser
visited relatives at Lone Oak Sun-
Mrs. T. A. Mullinax of Richmond
who has been viaiting her daughter
Mrs. W. A. McLeod left Friday for
Caldwell to visit relatives.
Homer Wilkinson and family of
Alice and Mrs. Hilton Dorset of Gid-
dings spent a few days with their
sister, Mrs. Vest.
Frank Polansky and family of
jCameron was here Sunday visiting
Miss Dora Matejowsky who is at-
tending school at San Marcos was
home for the week end.
Mr. Alwyn Keese was called to
Mound on account of the serious ni-
nes* of his grand-mother, Mrs. Sar-
Alton Keese an8 Allen Rhodes
who are attending the State Univer-
aity at Austin spent the week end
with their parents.
Mrs. Teddy Matejowsky was cal-"
led to Milano Thursday on account
of the death of her grand-mother.
Mrs. Lorris Woods of Somerville
visited Miss Lola McLeod Friday
Miss Ima Matejowsky spent a few
hours in Brenham Monday morning.
Miss Floy Dunn who is teazling
school in Waco spent the week end
with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Matejowsky
of Houston visited relatives here
Everyone can enter the guessing contest. A 20-lb.
ham, a sack of flour, a 3-lb. can of coffee, and other prizes
go to the winners. Come in and enjoy yourself; hear the
music; see the sensational values; get acquainted with
the new method of merchandising!
Pat Hruska oí Cameron was down
for a visit Sunday.
A very enjoyable dance was held!
In the Frenatat Hall Monday night.
The attendance was very large.
Miss Ella Blase spent the week end
with her folks near Brenham. She
is the teacher of the High Prairie
Emil Hudec haa returned to his
home at Waco after spending a few
weeks with relatives here.
Frits Lambrecht and wife motored
to Cameron Sunday for a visit.
With such fine weather we are now
having, lota of farming is being done
and moat of the farmers are through
John Hruaka Jr. and family spent
in the home of Henry Giea-
Jello ■ per package 08c
Corn, Hygrade, 2 cans 27c
Peaches, Just Fruit, 3 cans 39c
Soup, Campbells per can 08jc
Old Dutch Cleanser - 7jc
Pork and Beans, Campbells, -
Coffee, All Gold
Peas, Scarlet King
Matches, Strike Anywhere -
On Opening Day, Log Cabin Syrup
Humming Bird Flour, Fancy High Patent, 48 lb. sack $2.00
Washington Gem Fancy Potatoes, 10 pounds 28c
Pineapple, Libby's No. 2 1-2 can - 26c
Evaporated Peaches, California Standard, Two pounds for 28c
"¡FREE SOAP, P & G, 10 Barsfor 38c
Will Crash Into
From miles around men, women and children are
coming to see this spectacular example of modern,
efficient grocery merchandising! We have joined the
Independent Grocers' Alliance of America! It is a
national organization of thousands of independent
retail and wholesale grocers from coast to coast They
are banded together to bring to you the advantages
of mass buying and merchandising. Here you will
find some of the most sensational values in the history
of the city! Seeing is believing! Come in and see!
Come and save!
3 cans for 27c
- 3 pound can $1.49
2 cans for 56c
- 6 boxes for 24c
nectar of golden
by an experien-
ced brewer of One coffee. Everyone
visiting oar atore tomorrow will bo
ed with coffee and refreshment*.
Coffee and Sugar
10 Pounds Pure Granu-
lated Cane Sugar 49c
with each purchase of
a Three-pound Can of
All Sold Coffee
enachlag of near Snook.
Mise Velma Struck and her cousin
ROBERT POLANSKY, the Tinier :
The Hot days are nearly here and you will need a good clean
bath after your daily hot, hard wort so you can enjoy a good
night's root We make a cheap, good galvanised and Painted
Enameled inside Bath tub. Our prices are right.
You will need a good Iceleas Milk Cooler which produces good
results, keeps your Meat*, Vegetables and your left-over meals
Sanitary and Fresh. It will pa. for itself in the saving of your
Cream and Butter. We have them in stock. Come in and see
in all sisea.
eture Cisterns, Bath tubs. Well bucket#, Flues, Un-
Boats, and anything and everything in the Sheet
Give us a trial. Satiafaction Guaranteed or money
illy refunded. Come in to see us for your wants before
Gentlemen,Take Notice i
spent Saturday night in the home of
John Hruska Jr.
Anton Beran and family of Red
Hollow community were the guests
of Mr. Joe Sablatura during Sunday.
There will be a dance given in the
High Prairie School, Thursday, May
3. Everybody is invited to attend.
Herman Opperman and family
trip to Waco last Friday, returning
home Sunday afternoon.
Band will play from 6 to 7 at the
Our pastor filled his regular ap-
pointment here Sunday; all three
services were well attended.
Misses Bernice Martin and Wilma
Arthur Perkins was over from San
Antonio to visit his family this week
and at the same time to deliver a new
were Caldwell business visitors Mon- standard Six Dodge to Mr. W. H. church here Sunday,
Emil Uhlig and family are enjoy- Mrs. J. L, Thomas returned to Mi-
ing their new radio set. ¡ ^ ^ Wood snd Mrs. Ida 'ano a week's visit with home
DC«D0AV A T «¿¿o Pa5™ left Wednesday for Marlin hcrc-
PERSONAL ITEMS where they will visit for a tew days. j||. Heber Martin motored up from
Bill Ransome was In town Sunday, Mrs. ^qpd will be a guest at the por^ Arthur in his new Chevrolet
the guests of W. E. German and W.
B. and C. R. Terry this week end.
Miss Zelda Osborn of Houston was
a guest in the German and Terry
Mrs. Theo. Andrews of Caldwell
and Mrs. Eathan VanMeter of Beau-
mont were Hix visitors Wednesday,
German of Harmony were up for, the of Mrs. J. E. Phegley.
¡ They were accompanied by Mrs. H.
iW. Van Meter and Mrs J. W. Folmar
both of Beaumont, who spent a few
' accompanied by Miss Lois Chambers
of Venus, departing for Cameron the
Mr. aad Mrs. Arthur Loe were ac-
hy Mr. Harl Smyor on a
home of her daughter, Mrs. A. C.'co><.h ^ #pend a weck wjth home
Dunn, and will take the bath treat- i f0lka.
menta for her health. She has been
* fn ill health lor some time and all
her Martin visit will
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. German and
son and daughter, Paul and Verne,
of Houston, wove up from Houston,
day here, returning to Beaumont
Saturday by automobile.
Mrs. W. E. Lane of Caldwell and
daughter, Miss Nancy Jane, of Aus-
tin, were in Hix Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Jannett were
Caldwell visitors Sunday evening
visiting the former's sister, who la
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Cromartie, C. E. The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, April 27, 1928, newspaper, April 27, 1928; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth174797/m1/4/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.