The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 22, 1933 Page: 4 of 8
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THURSDAY, JUNE St. 1IU
THE CALDWELL NEWS
The niceBt courtesy you can show
your guests is to have their visits
mentioned in the News.
THE WOMAN'S PAGE
Please telephone all personals or
other items of interest to the Caldwell
News. Telephone 36.
on a two weeks' stay with her mother, The Woman's Christian Temper-
Mrs. John Brewer.
Mr . Fred Bethea, of Rockdalt
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Maehat and States army medical corps,
baby visited relatives in Trinity last at Soldiers' Home, Washington, D.
weej¡ C., is here on a two weeks' vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ricke and to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kiank
daughter, Doris, were guests of their Kallus.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Herbst, Rev. A. S
last week-end. spent Tuesday in Bertram and were
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dusek and accompanied back to Caldwell by Mrs.
children, of Merkel, were in caldwell D* E. Reeves.
on business and visiting friends and W. R. Milroy spent last week in i
relatives & f©w d&ys. ¡ Corpus Christ! on business.
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Herbst havej Dr. Franklin Krenek will spend two
(one to Galveston to spend the sum- ¡ weeks on a fishing trip at Port La-1
mer with their daughter and son-in- vac0 Bay.
law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ricke. I Misses Ruby and Gladys Miman,
ed her mother, Mrs. John Brewer on
Sunday and was accompanied on her
stationed retu,n h-v htM' nk'te' IHms Haddox.
Miss Mary Penn Bowers spent lu-t
week with friends in Austin.
Mrs. Herman Allen, of C'hriatoval,
Texas, is visiting at the home of her
„ .. , mother, Mrs. R. S. Bowers, this week.
Broaddus and family , ... , ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wondrash
have departed for Chicago to take in
ante Union Motto:
'Advance, Not Retreat'
Resolved, that we in body assembled
on this day, June 13, 1983, do hereby
extend to those our co-workers who
have recently been visited by sorrow,
through the loss of loved ones from
the family circle, our heartfelt
SALEM'S CHURCH, BIRCH jand Mrs. Ed Wotipka of Caldwell
Friday, June 23rd—Y. P. League spent Sunday with their parents, Mr.
Meeting and choir practice at 8 p. m.
All members kindly requested to be
present: Visitors welcome.
Sunday, June :26th—S. S. 9 a. m.
Rev. Carl A. Stadler.
The organization further
THE METHODIST CHURCH
11:00—Preaching by F. H. Harri-
the world's fair and other interesting their sentiment as matterably agree- 7:15—Young People.
sights of the mid-west metropolis. ins: with that eminent authority on
Ducote Andrepont, of Opelousas, Constitutional Law, Sidney J. Brooks,
La., has been spending the week here San Antonio, Texas, in his declara- siding Elder, Rev. E. L. Ingrum, will
and Mrs. Frank Wotipka.
Mr. Harvey Lea Due wall and Mr.
I«eroy Lunsford spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. George Buffington
Mr. Adolph Lehdc of Houston spent
Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Due wall and family.
| Mr. and Mrs. Julius Gold spent Sun-
day with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Heinke.
8:00—Sermon by E. L. Ingram. Everyone is almost caught up with
After the evening service, the Pre- chopping these days and I suppose
they would be glad to see a rain.
as guest of the Caldwell News force, jtion
and while heic enjoyed several sight-
seeing trip i through this section of
i*** a i_ viaitín v.«-' Gardina Krenek, and Messrs. Byron ¡ ...
Jeff Autrey is visiting Moge8> fiy on p.^ and Steve Shil-1, ^red A- left,?,UnLday.^r | the Federal Constitution to protect
"If the 18th Amendment is repeal-
ed there would be a serious question
as to the power of Congress under
conduct our Third Quarterly Confer-
ence. The Pastor is holding a Reviv-
al Meeting in Gause this week.
W. E. Has.sler, Pastor.
daughter, Mrs. Martin, in Trinity, ~ _ . . , 'Antonio where he will be with the . . * *
*ki. i, Iler went to a barbecue at Lincoln the ' ' , , " 'dry territory against shipments
this week. I gunday ¡official school this summer. j
Four Caldwell families, that of Dr.| Misg Kathieen Kluge left last Suq-
, „ _ „ ^ interstate commerce."
Mr. and Mrs. G.C. King attended!
R. J. Savage, H. P. Cobb, H. H. Worn- 1 da^ morning for Houston where she the Kin« family reunion Sunday at, Next meeting W. C. T. U. will be
ble and H. H. Woodson, spent an en- wjjj visjt with her uncje' an(j aunt Luling, the old family home, where ion July 11. Place, announced through
joyable week at Woodrow Lake last Ml, and Mrg Em¡j Kiuget ' " w Vl— *l K'—-
week, returning here Saturday. The
men folks drove out to the lake each
R. W. King, the county agent's father, next issue of the News,
lived forty years before his death.
Sixty-five members of the King clan
San Antonio Notes
The gardens in this community are
beginning to look as if they are dy-
Apparently we have evoluted from
a "bear" market of three years dura-
———■———— — — tion to a "Bull" market. The tide has
The crops are all looking fairly evidently turned. Commodities and
well, but need a rain very badly. , merchandise that were cheapened in
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wotipka, Mr. price are now being increased in price.
Burleson county friends of Mrs
night, returning to Caldwell the next Harry L. White, formerly Miss Myrtle from all parts of Texas and some
morning. j Payne, of this city, but now of De-;from Georgia attended the reunion.
S. L. Tarwater, accompanied by troit, Mich., will be interested to learn I Barbecue and refreshments were serv-
íais daughters, Misses Sadie and Viola, that she was among the guests at a led flt a picnic following which all
left here Wednesday morning by auto- tea for volunteer social workers in visited the cemeteries and placed
mobile for Birmingham and Fayette- the home of Mrs. Edsel Ford recently.
a three weeks' Mrs. White has done volunteer work
flowers on the graves of parents and
Mrs. Sallie Oliver and daughter,
ville, Alabama, on
▼bit to relatives. for the crippled children during the
Mrs. W. M. Stone returned Sunday past three years and is chairman of Miss Louise, of Hearne, visited here
from San Antonio, where she had the crippled children's committee of Suday as the guests of Mrs. Mary
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Royal Oak Township. She is the
Crutchfield. She was accompanied to daughter of Mrs. Ida L. Payne.
Caldwell by Mrs. Charlie Stone, of
Galveston, who had gone to San An- Mi" Veta Hughes spent Sunday with
ionio to place her son at Tom Hoi- her Parents at Kopperal.
land camp. J Miss Mildred Smith has returned
The Blue Bonnet Club enjoyed an from a visit to friends at Houston.
•11 day meeting out at Lake Wood- Mrs. Oscar Windel, Mrs. L. W.
tow last Thursday during the time Henslee, Mrs. Thomas Scott and Mrs.
that Meadames J. R. Woodson, R. J. Al Crystal returned Friday from a
Savage, H. H. Womble and H. P. stay of several days in San Antonio.
Cobb were camped there. A delicious Mrs. R. J. Svec, who recently under-
picnic lunch was served at the noon went a serious operation at Temple
boor and games of forty-two were sanitarium, returned to her home in
onjoyed daring the afternoon. The this city Sunday and is reported on
«■oats from town were Mesdames H. the road to a speedy recovery.
P. Woodson, T. L. Goodnight, T. B. Mrs. Monette Groginsky, of Bryan,
Farkhill, W. C. Mills, Bert Lincoln end Miss Doris Abrams, of Hearne,
of Okie., Jim Marks of Atlanta, Fred were Sunday guests at the home of
Xadcliffe of Chicago, III., C. H. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Al Crystal.
and C. E. Cromartie. j Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bowers, ac-
Messra. J. P. Haddox and W. M. companied by Mrs. Allen Bowers and
Taylor went to Austin the past Sun- daughter, Sarah Elizabeth, returned
day. Thursday from a motor trip to varí-
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ahrens, Misses ous points in Tennessee.
Gladys and Margurite Berndt, and Misses Dorothy Evelyn and Mae
Mr. C. Frey, are to spend several Dell Schiller are planning to leave
days with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Row- Caldwell the last of the month for
land of San Angelo. Chicago to attend the world's fair.
Messrs. R. C. Posten and D. L. Al- Mrs. Sam Jackson and daughters,
ford were in Teague last week end Katherine Jackson and Mrs. Pauline
visiting Mr. Posten's parents, and Chandler, accompanied Mrs. Elliot to
friends. Messrs. W. J. Botter and Fort Worth, Saturday.
Harry Glen of Teague, returned with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Moore and fam-
them to visit with D. L. ily spent Sunday in Rogers at the
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Burns of home of Mrs. Moore's parents.
Huntsville spent the past week end Miss Annie Maze Wilson is spending attached to the U. S. Cruiser Detroit,
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. the week with friends at Medina Lake, now stationed in San Diego, Califor-
W. Burns. Mrs. Pauline Chandler and Miss n'a> is on leave, visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Lynn Philp visited relatives Katherine Jackson are spending the F. J. Skrabanek and other relatives
in Chriesman the past week. week with relatives in Fort Worth. and friends.
Capt Ed. Kallus of the United Mrs. R. C. Kirk, of Dallas, is here Mr. J. P. Oliver and daughter,
Louise, of Hearne, were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Harvey and Mrs. Mary!
Mr. Millard Haddox of Hearne is
visiting Mrs. Sebe Warlick and fa-
mily this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Trinkmann and
son who have been visiting their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jancik,
have returned to their home in Bell-
Mesdames C. B. Oliver, M. Mer-
chant, J. W. Ripple, H. D. Cherry, L.
H. Handy H. P. Cobb, H. H. Womble,!
R. J. Savage and C. E. Cromartie en- j
joyed an all day outing at Lake Wood- i
row last Tuesday at the Woodson
Methodist Missionary Society Holds
One of the most enjoyable gather-
ings of the week was the social meet-
ing of the Methodist Missionary So-
ciety Monday evening, held at the
A very interesting program was
taken from the "World Outlook" for
June and included readings by Mrs.
J. Louis Giddings, Mrs. C. R. Hack-'
ney and Mrs. M. W. Merchant; Mrs.
W. E. Hassler led the musical num
Delicious ice cream and cake re-
freshments, on plates decorated with
flowers, were served by the hostesses,
Mrs. Allen Bowei-3 and Mrs. J. N.
Thornton, with Miss Sara Elisabeth
A number of visitors enjoyed the
Nix and family.
Mac Turner has returned to his
home at Red Rock, after a two weeks'
stay in Caldwell as guest of his sis-
ter, Mrs. G. C. King.
Mrs. W. C. Smith, of the Hicks
community, is visiting in the city,
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith,
and her sister Mrs. J. E. Teaque.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Thorpe were the
guests of Mrs. Rudy Bowling at
Gause last week end.
Mrs. Milton Turk and son are visit-
ing her mother, Mrs. Sebe Warlick.
Mrs. W. E. Lane and three child-
ren are visiting in Hicks community
at th* home of Mrs. W. C. Porter and
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Haddox , of
Hearne, visited at the country home
of H. P. Haddox, and also were guests
of Mrs. Sebe Warlick, in this city,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bain are ex-
pected home Friday from a trip to
Oklahoma where they visited their
son, Tom, two weeks.
Mrs. L. R. Polansky and sons left
Wednesday a. m. to spend a week;Joe Bruce Rnd 8on> j0€t an of Brcn.
with Mi. and Mrs. Frank J. Marek ^am, spent Tuesday here with Mr.
in Elmaton, Matagorda county. jand Mrs j. Giddings.
Mrs. Mary Popek is spending a;
week in Wharton with Mr. and Mrs. ¡
A. T. Mann.
Victor Gavenda, a Gunner's Mate
Card of Thanks
We wish to express our sincere ap-
preciation to those who were so kind
during the recent illness and death _
of our Father.
MR and MRS. C. A. STOVALL
MR. and MRS. B. A. RANEY
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Combination Waves 3.00
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"Nusheen" Hair Rinses 10c
Eyebrow Arch and Dye 50c
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An Adaptation from
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Mrs. Autrey Entertained Blue
Mrs. A. T. Autrey was a delight-
ful hostess Wednesday afternoon when
she honored the Blue Bonnet Club with
a lovely forty-two party. Beautiful
summer flowers filled the living and
dining rooms with their beauty. The
refreshment trays were covered with
yellow covers and napkins to match.
Daisies were used for the center
decoration of the trays. A delicious
ice course was enjoyed. The guests
were: Mesdames H. P. Woodson, C.
H. Moore, T. L. Goodnight, J. R.
Woodson, R. J. Savage, W. C. Mills,
T. B. Parkhil, H. D. Cherry, Guy E.
Douglass, C. R. Hackney, Joe Rice,
M. F. Broaddus, H. P. Cobb, Fred
Radcliffe of Chicago and C. E. Cro-
¡ Dr. Harold D. Giddings, of New
Gulf, ju«t back from a fishing trip
on Catahoula Lake, Louaiana, ac-
companied by John J. Giddings and
•••, Thai—, Will OMdiagi mí Mra.
For the Stylish Ladies
We have grouped our sheer summer piece
goods in two price ranges—and such beauti-
ful selections at prices you surely will net
see any more.
and FLAXON, plain
and printed pat-
terns i n popular
shades —.per yard
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"GOLD STRIPE" HOSIERY
J. F. COBB COMPANY
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Andrepont, L. A. The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 22, 1933, newspaper, June 22, 1933; Caldwell, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth175056/m1/4/: accessed February 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.