The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 64, No. 56, Ed. 1 Friday, August 24, 1951 Page: 4 of 8
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THE CALDWELL NEWS
Friday, August 24, 1951
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NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
(hat the partnership between W.
E. Juncik and Mrs. Lee Ellen
Hitchcock, under the firm name of
Hitchcock and Jancik, was dis-
lohr«d on the 6th day of June,
1M1, hjr the death of Mrs. Lee
All debts due said partnership
| are to be paid, and those due from
the same discharged at the place
of business of said partnership at
the corner of Buck and Echols
Street in Caldwell, Texas, where
the business will be continued
Corner Drug and Jewelry Store,
Limited, with W. E. Jancik and
John L. Boll aa general partners,
Mi Mm. Helen Love and Mrs.
Alke Noyes as special partners.
Dated on this the 21st day of
W. E. Jancik.
John L. Bell
Helen H. Love
CORNER DRUG AND JEWELRY
' We, the subscribers hereto, have
this dav entered into a limited
partnership agreeably to the pro-
visions of the Revised Statues cf
the State of Texas relating to
limited partnership; and do here-
by certify that the terms of our
said partnership are as follows:
CORNER DRUG AND JEWELRY
THE STATE OF TEXAS I
COUNTY OF BURLESON |
This is to certify that the un-
designed are forming a limited
partnership, and that the name
or firm under which the partner
ship U, to be conducted is CORNER
Miss Peggy Reed, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Reed. Star
Reate, Bryan, is now employed
as secretary in the Athletic De-
part Meat office at A. A M. Col-
iseo. Miss Roed received her
office training at the McKensie-
Baldwin BuainesM College at
DRUG AND JEWELRY STORE
The general nature of the bust
i.ess to be transacted is the trade
business and occupation of esta
blishing and maintaining and own-
ing a general retail drug and drut'
sundry business, to construct, own,
buy, still, lease, equip, und operate
urug stores and stores selling modi
cines and drug sundries; to man-
ufacture, grow, compound, create
buy, sell and generally deal in all
kind of drugs and drug sundries;
to manufacture, purchase, sell ,uu
generally deal in drug store sup-
plies and equipment of all kinds;
nnd to manufacture, own, operate,
buy, sell and generally deal in and
with all kinds of facilities and ap-
purtenances convenient, desirable
or necessary in the conduct and
operation of the foregoing retail
The names of all of the general
and special partners interested
therein, distinguishing which are
special partners, and their respec-
tive residence, follows:
W. E. Jancik, general partner,
place of residence, Caldwell,
Burleson County, Texas.
John L. Bell, general partner,
place of residence, Caldwell,
Burleson County, Texas.
Mrs. Helen Love, special part
ncr, place of residence, 301 E
21st Street, New York Co., New
Mrs. Alice Noyes, Special part
ner, place of residence, Mont
clair, Essex, County, New Jerse:
That the amount that each
general and special partner has
contributed is: W. E. Jancik
$7,068.01; John L. Bell, $3,534.00
these two being general partners;
Mrs. Helen Love, $1,767.01, Mrs.
Alice Noyes, $1,767.01, these two
being special partners; and said
property consists of a stock of
goods, wares and merchandise, and
furniture and fixtures, of a going
concern and retail drug business
located und situated in the build-
ing owned by the heirs of W. M.
Stone and by the heirs of F. H.
Hitchcock, at the corner of Buck
and Echols Street, in the Town of
Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas.
The period at which Baid part-
nership is to cotí menee is on the
1st day of Junuary, 1951, and the
period at which it is to terminate
is the 1st day of January, 8001.
Dated this the 21st day of July
A. D. 1961.
W. E. Jancik
John L. Bell
Helen H. Love
CUERO— Even the chickens are
feeling the effects of the current
hot Texas weather. One farmer
reported that he lest 45 hens and
another poultryman said 66 of his
hens suffered heat prostration anJ
School Dsys Ate
Better Breakfast Dsys
r"S time to make school days
into better breakfast days, for
September is Better Breakfast
Month. It will be fttn for all, es-
pecially if your breakfast menu
looks and tastes this good.
Surveys put a revealing spot-
light on our nation's breakfast
habits. As for the youngsters,
only one out of five goes to school
with a good breakfast.
Government nutritionists point
out that drowsiness and low
grades may be the result of the
forgotten or hasty breakfast. On
the sunnier side, scientific tests
have proved breakfast will "up"
our work output, make us quicker
on the draw, ¿nd keep us calmer
and steadier during the morning.
A good breakfast, according to
a pattern widely recommended by
doctors and nutritionists, is a
basic cereal breakfast This in-
cludes just five foods: fruit, ce-
real, milk, bread and butter.
On a September mom, start
with bright red tomato juice. Oat-
meal is the msin dish. Atop this
goes —mush to the delight of
youngsters — fresh applesauce
sprinkled with chopped peanuts.
Serve it with sither cold or hot
Crunch* Wheat Muffins, made
with crushed shredded wheat bis-
cuits, offer n different bread-and-
butter dish. You'll find the easy
recipe below. Make your break-
fast beverage milk for the chil-
dren, coffee and milk for adults.
Crunchy Wheat Muffins
1 V« cups sifted all-purpose
S teaspoons bsking powder
1 teaspoon salt
l'« cups finely crushed
shredded whest biscuits
Vi cup chopped nuts
'/« cup brown sugar
1 cup milk
1 egg, beaten
1/3 cup melted fat or salsd oil
Sift together flour, baking pow-
der, and salt. Combine shredded
whest, nuts, and brown sugar and
add to flour mixture. Add milk
and fat to egg and stir into flour
mixture until just blended. Fill
?greased muffin pans, 21* x 1*4
nches, 2'3 full. Bake in hot oven
(426°F.) about 20 minutes, or un-
til done. Yield: 12 muffins.
EXPERT OPTICAL, JEWELRY & WATCH REPAIR
CALDWELL'S JEWELRY STORE
INSURANCE— D. L. Alford, Jr.
sells AlITO LIABILITY Insur-
ance. Telephone 113, Caldwell, Tex-
BOATS— 1 am agent for Lone
Star boats, America's most com-
plete line of aluminum boats. Coin.',
in to see me for particulars. Cu -
per Seibert, Phone 42, Caldwell.
NOTICE 1>- L. Alford, Jr. sells
AUTO LIABILITY Insurance
Telephone 113, Caldwell, Texas.
WATER WELL Drilling. Over
heud irrigation systems, Berk-
ley Turbine pumps. W. Frank Love
Phone 386, P. O. Box 55, Caldwell,
POSTED NOTICE This will ad
vise that my property consisting
of 1 Id aeren located on the Bower
Lake road about three mile*, iron
Caldwell and known as the ol<
Hartgraves place is hereby poaUt
against hog roaming, hunting
fishing and trespassing of any oth
er nature. Violators will be prose
cuted. G. A. Smith, Caldwell,
Texas. (7-27-4ts <•)
FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:
Repairing sewing machines, guns,
electrical appliances, correcting
Venetian blinds, adjusting and r< -
pairing water pump. Call J 1'.
I'olansky, 201 East Buck Street,
Caldwell, Texas, Phone 25X. <5-4-
DR R. J. SAVAGE
A LI. KIND OK INSURANCE
including Auto. Set ('. A HAP
for Service. (-I -1t tfc. I
NOW IS THE TIME
To INSTALL BUTANE
FOR NEXT WINTER
l.owei* t o^t-, Faster Service
$15l>0 Discount on Majie Chef
Range- With Butane System.
Central Butane Co.
< AI.I US
Phone 342 Cameron, Texas
NOTICE To dairy farmers. We
vil! buy cream every Wednesday í
«.tul Saturday. Smith-Seihert l'r<•
duce Company, Caldwell, Texas.
MILL WORK — For cabinets.
Door and Window Frsmes, Yaru
Furniture, etc., and repairs on all
kinds of woodwork, contact me at
Mutual Lumber Co., phone 11 ,
Caldwell. Emil "Dink" 1'iwonka.
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
Practices in sll courts
CALDWELL, TEX As
Yw (tt am far y*r
tms yaw buy Mm ifST...
oro ffco III Tt
a Am for lomwr mtvJc*
o M for rhtlm« fmtmrt
Big ond pillowy . . . Goodyoor
Super-Cushion putt moro Irood
on the rood for sofsr starts and
stops . . . absorbs highway jolts
for riding smoothnoss. Thoy'ro cool
running, too, with oxtro strong
cord bod ios ond woar-roslstant
troods «hot givo extra, sofsr milos.
Oof Goodyoor Super-Cushion Tiros
Harvey Motor Company
Logged For Year
Ninety-Seven Cases Of
Virulent Diseases Reported
By Health Department.
AUSTIN— The state lust week
logged its highest polio incidence
if the season, but it was still
far short of the record set last
Ninety-seven cases of the viru-
lent disease were reporte^ by the
State Department of He Jth for
the week ending August 11, bring-
ing the year's total to 874. Last
week's report bested the previous
week's incidence of 92 cases l>y
"Ev< n one case of polio is too
much," State Health Officer Geo.
W. O.X aid, "but I'm mighty
telad we don't have gplio in whole-
sale lots like we cfkJ last year and
the year before."
"Of course we still have to get
through September and October
they can be mean lor polio too "
Last year Texas suffered 2355
cases for the entire season. There
were 210 deaths for the entire
year, State Health Department
statistics show, 88 of them occur-
ing during the first 6 months
Through June of this year 29 polio
deaths have been recorded.
Counties heaviest hit last week
were Dallas, 17 cases; Tarrant, 10
coses; Bexar, 10 cases; and Harris,
Meanwhile, dysentery, always a
leader among communicable dis-
e.ases, continued it* hot weather
rampage. Morbidity statistics show
cases to date. Border coun-
ties— principally Cameron, Hilda-
go, and Webb reported the high
c?t number of weekly cases.
"A return to fundamental per-
sonal household, and community
K.-.nitr.tion will do more to cut both
polio and dysentery rates than any
thing else," Dr. Cox asserted. He
appealed to parents to take the
lead by keeping their own houses
free of flies, and by demanding
that their city officials take steps
to p -i.iarefttly climate breeding
— —. ,)-■•
WEDDING RIN(. Tl.'RNS
DP AFTER 47 YEARS
RUSK Forty seven years ago
Mrs. John Banks lost her gold
wedding ring. I> np"> she gave
up any hope of finding it. Last
week it waa found, however, right
outside her front yard fence, where
it apparently had been for nearly
REFRIGERATOR SALE H. e
several floor model, 8 cubic feet,
HOTPOINT refrigeratoi s. Regular
$269.lift for sail* while they last
at S1M9.95 YOU SAVE $60.
Woodson Lumber Company, < a!<i
well, Texas. (b-24-ltícl
LOST— Eastern Star ring. Be-
lieved lost n.-ar Mrs. Tom
Pager's residence in Caldwell.
Please return to t arrie Evans,
KJR SALE— My home in WY t
Caldwell. Five room, frame house
with all modem conveniences. .)>e
Jonkowik, Caldwell, Texas.
TEXAS G. I. GETS HIS
CUITAR VIA AIRMAIL
Gr< esbeck Marvin Millie .ii
wrote home from Korea that In
was lonesome for his guitur. His
father dispatched it to him by air
mail, even though the postage was
$18. Marvin wrote back that the
instrument arrived O K, and that
he had earned enough money play
ing the guitar since its arrival
to more than pay the high cost
of sending it.
TO IK) IT ALL OVER
Killen Voters here recently ap-
proved a $300,000 bond issue for
municipal improvements. Because
only one [tolling place was used
for this special election, instead
uf the usual four, the Attorney
General has ruled that the elec-
tion was invalid. So the voters will
again be asked to go to the poll*
and vote on the bond issue once
BIGGEST AND MOST
IMPORTANT WANT All
Pearsall - A group of local busi-
ness men who have always found
advertising in the loen! paper
effective in getting results, de-
cided to see if it could be u«' I
to produce rain. Last week they
purchased a full page in the !'•••; I
paper, written in a "Want Ad
style, asking for a "heavy rain
followed by a slow drissle.
Letter carriers' uniforms are a
B0-60 blend of the Union Blue un.l
Congressmen cannot be arrested
for traffic visloUso.
HAY BALING I have all equip
ment with which to mow, rake
und bule hay. See me for cash o;
custom baling. Melvin Greathouse
Caldwell, Texas. (7-27-tfc)
HOUSE FOR SALE — Two bed-
room house with hardwood floori..
Venetian blinds, all furnace. I¿o-
cated at 608 W. Alligator near
school. My equity is $1200. Total
sale price $7150. Monthly payment*
$42.00. Buyer must assume G. 1.
luán at rate of four percent inter-
est. You do not have to be w.ir
veteran to assume loan. C.dl Bryan
3-1303 or write J. W. Griffin .it
1011 East 28th street, Bryan
D. L. ALFORD, .IR tells Auto
Liability Insurance. Telephone
113, Caldwell, Texas (7-13-tfc).
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS .
All makes machines; new pari
available. Rebuilt machine f'i
sale. All work strictly guarrartwi.
C. F. Kaltwasser (6-11-tfc)
I am now in a position to ac-
cept application* from eligible
Veterans of World Wsr II fur
the purchase of a farm or ranrh
under the new program of the
Veteran's Land Board of Texps.
J. W. GRAY, Caldwell
FOR RENT —Store building next
to Woodson Lumber < o.'s Gen-
eral Office. Suitable for «'.ore <>r
cafe. Will icmodel to suit tenant
II. P. WiK<dson, phone Kfi. (8-17-
I OR SALE—1949 Model H Alh
Chalmers tractor with all tool
Runs like new, good tiren. Reasoi
..lie price. Chas. Keviir, Route .•
Caldwell, Texas. (8-l7-3tsp)
NEW HOMr. H>R SALE Small
down payment, I'O years on the
bnlsnce Your p'ivmi-r'* «*il' Ko
less than rent. Phone tt, Woodson
Lumber Company. (7-20-tfc)
Registered cocker puppies: studs.
Also at stud Doberman I'inscher
Zeisshoff v Leit*. C I) Grooming,
Ix.nrdmg, supplies, L<>w priced.
Friendly service The Hayurd Rei -
néis, on Highawy ?>. 3.7 mi. south
of College Station (8-3-tfc)
F% A/MIR AUTO TRIM — Tail-red
neat covers, $2-1. Ki am! up Head
linets Hnd do-.r panels, my «-n uf
upholstery automobile nr furni
lure Set or write Alvin K Ka*
mir. Caldwell, Texas Ltrnted n. <1
door to Ga- W'i.lnian < ■•tt<«n (¡in,
in Warelii j. i Ruild:"g 's lO-'fi i
FOR SALE or i;Fvi r >o H«*.I
room home, living room, ba'h
and kitchen gai.ige, aTid ail
conveniences in home in Sonny
Lewis addition. Contact Hugh
Houston, Caldwell, Texa* (8 10
I OR SALE - 1949 Studebaker
3-4-ton Pick-Up. G<mf! tires, low
mileage, and in good shape. Sec
Wrest End Lumber Yard, phone
•121W or 410J, Caldwell. (7-27-tfc)
CHIROPRACTOR Dr. Ufton
says— Your own feeling and
rtate of mind i« quickly taken on
by everyone with whom you may
come in contact. Have you the
feeling of good cheer and the
health that should be yours?
FOR SALE 626 bales of prairie
hay. See Steve Neal, Caldwell,
HELP WANTED FEMALE—
White woman to* work in th«
home of a widower with two child
ien in Livingston, Texas. Room,
board arid salary. Contact Mrs. W
C. Hare, Somerville, Texas.
HELP WANTED Ctrl or wo
man to rook noon meal and clean
house. Mrs George Fall, telephon
119, H04 Fawn, Caldwell. (H-10-
t NUSUAL opportunity to becom<
well established in auto and
truck insurance business, with a
company that pays up to !ft'' divi-
dend on currently expiring policies.
Let as explain why this is possible.
For inter. iew write District Agent,
ll"X 9fifi, Br« nham, Texas. (H-17-
DR. A. V. LOFTON
302 WeHt Ko* St.
Help Control Fly Breeding and
Spreading of Dtaeoae among
Year Livestock — CALL US
for prompt, courteous, removal
of dead or disabled Horas*,
Malea, Cattle or other alack.
CALL COLLECT. Phone 308.
Skrabanek & Vavr;
CALDWBLL, TBI AS
• • i i
I P A OINTMENT
l"r impetigo, pimplen, acn",
athlete' foot and ringw rm
At your Drug Store.
Dr. F. Kurres Bevel
FfiR SALE John Deere B. tract
or equipped with planters, bust
ers, cultivators, 2-disc gang plow
post auger, and row-marker. Also
have for sale 134-acre farm near
DeanviKe, han three room house,
electricity, good well with pump
water piped in house, good barn
garage and other out-houses. Write
Tom I.ewiH, Milligan, Texas. !•<
FOR SALE I960 Ford Tractor
with hedders. planters, hilldrori",
cultivator, doubledisc plow, jack
and crane A real bargain Charle
W. Hoffman, Route 1, UartlcM,
'I ' II (H 2'I .'ft:-p|.
I'i|( RENT Brick building cei
trrillv located, formerly Imkei..
Will remodel to suit tenant. II.
Rlsse, Caldwell, Texas. (K 24 3t< )
FOR SALE-- Tw i used bedroom
suitts, one maple G piece dining
room suite and four rugs. Phone
FOR SALE Four lots in West
Caldwell, has six room houv
all modern conveniences. Priced
reasonably. See Mrs. J. C. Brv-
mer. (H-17 3ts p)
FOR RENT OITn e space available
about September 1. A suite of
five office and on* suite of two
room' Would rent the hiiiIc ,,f
five in single office- if desired. It.
P. Woodson, phone Hi , Caldwell,
D. L. Alford, Jr.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 2 milea
south of Caldwell on Highway
315, seven acres of land, five-room
house, bar' . deep well, out houses
elect l icit , . butane g„,, telephon-,
tank Will trade foi lioi. e in C,t! |
well or -ell re inl.lv Mr. Mi.t
tie i!i i.odd is. Ill. 1. i . id ell I r
I 7 'It h-C )
A. A. Geick
Dint rirt Manager
AM. TYPKS INSURANCE
I ist your "For Sale" Proper*}
• ith < A. Itaii', Have inquiries (
from as far sway as Philadclphi
and San Francisco, and all part *
of Texas. C. A. BAIN, Agent.—tf
FOR SALE IIM7 Farmall "B"
tractor in A I condition; has all
2-row equipment; lights, starter,
power take-off, power-lift, pulley
and good tires. David Theuher,
Route 1, Caldwell, Texas. fB-10-
POSTED NOTICE My land lo-
cated below Harmony on David
son Creek and consisting of filio
aere ín heieby p.< ted lignite t
fishing, bunting, hog roaming or
tie';p:i . 11 • g of any other nature
\ iolators will be pio-i-.m,.,! ij,,.
fullest extent of the law Frank
Chmelar. Caldwell, Route 1 (H 3-
WANTED TO BUY All kinds
o, junk. See me la-foro you sell.
From .75c up per 100 poundr
.loe Fau«t, Caldwell, Texas (12-
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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/m1/4/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.