The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 64, No. 56, Ed. 1 Friday, August 24, 1951 Page: 2 of 8
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THE CALDWELL NEWS
Friday, August 21, 1051
(Efte Calbtuell j^eius
And The Burleson County 1 jdfer
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
Balms* M Second CUu Mail Matter at the Poat Office at
PaWcrlpti— Price—tl.Ot per year in county; 12.50 outalde county
... Editor And Publisher
—Associate Editor and Manager
A. C. Pape
Mrs. M. B. .Neighbors
Ass't Shop Superintendent
— South Texas Preee Association —
Gulf Coast riosi Association — National Editorial Association
reflection upon the character, standing.
W reputation e
ir to tl
In the attention of the puhllahar,
it nay pereon, firm or corporation which ay huM
to the sshiMns of the News will he corrected gladly if
* Court House News *
L. J. Smith, «t ux to Naith Grif-
fin, et ux part of block 28 between
Main and Shaw Streets and be-
tween State Hwy. 21 and the old
San Antonio Road.
Mrs. Ullie Henderson to Anton
Pojtik Lots 2 and 3 in Block 39
In West Caldwell.
Mittie Steel to Leon Griggs, et
OX 4061 square feet of land out
•I the J. W. Mitchell one-third
Cyril Supak, et ux to Willie Su
pak .06 of an acre of land out
Sf the 8. M. WlUiama League.
Willi* L. Supak. et ux to Dee
Hughee, et ux .8 of an acre of
land out of the S. M. Williams
League. .08 of an acre of
aa acre of land out of the S. M
Mrs. Beaaie Whaley Langlotz, et
fir to Walter W. Whaley, et ux
16 8-10 acras of land out of the
Swearingen League. 127 feet of
land out of the Swearingen League
C. A. Stovall, et ux to Steve 0
Gutierrez, et ux lots 7, 8, 17 and
18 in Block 28 between Broadway
Mid Temple Sts.
Trustees of St. Matthews Com
eon School Dist. No. 40 to James
Fllmore, Jr., et ux 2 acres of land
out of the J. J. Addison Survey.
Pete R. Scarmardo, et ux to
Carl P. Scarmardo, et ux .53 acres
af land ant of the B. A. Porter
Joe Lee Macik Jr. and Velma
Ebodio Vasquez and Gaudalupe
Booker Mamon and Bessie Hall.
William John Baletka Jr. and
Joyce Lucille 8iptak.
Bennie Supak and Doris Grace
/alius E. Ferroll and Louise Haw
Clyde Frederick and Geneva
NEW CAR8 REGISTERED
Alvin Green 1951 Chevrolet pick
J. J. Skrivanek 1051 Ford Coupe
• P. E. Jackson 1951 Plymouth.
Leon Shaw 1951 Ford Victoria.
S. Reid Philp 1951 Ford pick
Jerry W. Baldridge 1951 Ford
Chas. K. Matejowsky 1951 Buick
Bain Tuttle 1951 Chevrolet Se-
John C. Seibert 1961 GMC pick
J. Carl Porter 1951 GMC pick
Gay Douglass 1961 Poatiac 8e-
T. Haghes 1661 Ford
Jack Clark 1951 Chevrolet pick
Garaldine Murray 1951 DeSota
J. T. Perry 1961 Ford pickup.
Leroy W. Chatman, Jr. 1951
Airos J. Shivers 1951 Chevrolet
Andrew Ryan 1951 Chevrolet
John Boyd 1951 Buick Coupe.
Walter M. Hilliard 1951 ForJ
Bill W. Teague 1961 Chevrolet
Robert A. Puts 1951 Buick coupe
Mrs. Elsie Speckman 1951 Chev-
L. M. Douglass 1951 Pontiac Se-
John R. Lewis 1961 Ford pick
Mrs. Harry H. Bowers 1951
THE 1961 CEN-TEX FAIR, to be held in Temple September 18-22,
will again bring prise barrows, such us the one shown above, to its
stock .show. Pictured is Bill Hyer, Belton High School student, with
his grand champion barrow in the Junioi Division at the 1950 Cen-
Fair. He received #1.10 per pound from Doyle Harrison of Temple
for this champion.
tine training maneuver of its type
to be held in the United States
since World War II. One
of the largest units taking part
is the 28th Division, former Penn-
sylvania National Guard Division,
Pfc. John Heine
Now At Fort Bragg
FORT BRAGG, N. C. — Pfc.
John W. Heine, Route 1, Box 69,
Somerville, Texas has arrived here
with the 28th Infantry Division
to take part in the huge exercise
"Southern Pine" now in progress
on the sprawling maneuver area
Southern Pine, a joint Army-Air
f orce exercise, is the largest rou-
Band To Serve
lee Cream Supper
The final summer concert by the
Caldwell High School Band will
feature an ice cream supper on
the court house lawn Saturday
.ight, August 26. The concert will
start at 8 o'clock. Band boosters
will serve ice cream and cake at
ten cents each. Proceeds will go
to future band entertainment.
Boyd Hunt, band director, stated
that anyone who has Allsweet Oleo
cartons it urged to bring them to
the concert also. The Allsweet
carton campaign ends September
Sat, Aug. 25
Bobby Marek and
A dm.: Adults, 60c; Ladiee, 26c
All-Weather Band I
You MB take extra pride in the
your family has when you
eats from our market.
OUR OWN WEINERS AND SAUSAGE
MANAS * SON MEAT MARKET
which completed nearly a year of
training at Camp Atterbury, In
dianna, before coming here. Th *
maneuvers will continue until Sept-
MAN GI.AII HE WAS
PIT IN THE JAIL
New Braunft-l« An inebriated
citizen forml a lilis and five other
cars off the road as he woavotl
his own cur from side to side.
When officers arrested him and
asked him where he was going, he
paid: "I don't know." When they
put him in the jail to sober up,
he took it good naturedly and
said he thought it was fine that
they were taking such good cure
of him, by keeping him off the
road in his condition.
HITS GAS STATION
Rosenberg Dropping off to
sleep at 6 a. m., while driving hi*
car, proved painful and costly to
L. 11. Eubanks of this city. He
crashed into a service station <l:i-
niagitig it $2,000 worth, and his
own car was a wreck, lie was
also badly bruised and cut.
DISK JOCKEY MAKES
(•GOD ON IIIS BOAST
Harlingen Ed Keane idly
boasted that anyone could pick a
bale of cotton in a week. Challeng-
ed by some of his friends to do it
himself, he talked them into put-
ting up $1,600 in prises. In six
wnrking days the weary but un-
beaten Keane succeeded in gather-
ing 1,640 pounds of cotton.
DOG STICKS IIY HIS
MASTER WHILE IN JAIL
Keirville A in.in nrre.-ted he.
o-' a traffic charge bad his border
collie in the car with him. When
the nun was held in jail for two
day.-, v.aiíi g for b;.il to be pitted,
tin faithful dog it fused to be
separ. i fro.!, hi* master, u'id ^
stayed right in the jail cell with *
Dance — (biddings
M I'SIC BY
By Allen Runtmel
Sat., August 25
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Many styles and sizes. Operates for ¡ust a
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COOL with Attle Fans . . .
cools the entire house in a hurry. Draws
out the hot day-time air and brings in cool
night air through every room. Window
Fans are ideal for apartments and small
AMI STATES imUTISS CO.
August Layaway Event
You've asked for it in years past! Now. here it ih! PARKER-ASTIN'K h;is
a COMPLETE selection of brand new Iovh and all the old favorite on
display. YOU SELECT THE ONES YOl W ANT . . . Leisurely, com
fortably! Place them in LAY-AWAY and make «mall weekly or monthly
payments at your convenience. Then at Santa tine everything will be
Completely paid for
NO LARGE DECEMBER BILLS. Come in tomorrow. SEE THESE toys
World Famous Lionel
They'll All Like
And Sturdy, Safe
BEAUTIFUL DOLLS FOR EVERY (iIRL
And Check All These Popular Toys
Tov Electric Irons
IN. 7 5
Alice In Wonderland Sets
Jet Repeating Gtin
— HERE'S BEST PART OF OFFER —
On any layavay purchase of $6 or more you will receive a coupon valued at
10% of your purchase. When your Layaway is fully paid you may use this
coupon as partial payment for other fine items at Parker-AstinV Just a-
nother example of our efforts to prive the people of CALDWELL the very
beat merchandise AT THE GREATEST SAVINGS.
This Coupon entitles
to $ credit on any purchase mude prior to Dec. 25,1951
when your Layaway is ¡mid in full.
A Small Deposit Holds Any Toy — No Exchange
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Fall, George C. The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 64, No. 56, Ed. 1 Friday, August 24, 1951, newspaper, August 24, 1951; Caldwell, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth175974/m1/2/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.