The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, October 3, 1952 Page: 7 of 16
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Friday, October 8, 19112
TMfe OAL0WBLL NIW
MIHS RONNIE STIII'WE IS
► liKIDK OK L.T. COL. POWELL
I^Of int«r« l to relativo un.I
f> ¡( lula ho.i! is tin- miiirlutfi' cf
M >hh Bonnk- Struwc, daughter of
Mr. umi Mrw. H. F. Struwc, who
in a double ring ceremony Sat ir-
riny, Septen tx-r 20, berami' thu
bride of Lt. Col. Kussi-ll Powi 1 ,
rti of Mr. and Mr*. Ornnp-
i well of I.airro, Indiana. The J
h-.;;o p. m. ■•eremony wn« p<>-
fi rmed by 'iie Chaplain in *hn
(')ap'l at Borgstriiin Air Fori-e
i In bride *v.-« attired in a m*n
1 iitan blue fiiit of CaUutta rit>,
with which >■ i<- won- winU-r whit"
i.eiesMorie# and a white orchid
Mrs. D. D. I.ijrhtsey, ni*U*r of
(hi1 bride a >d her matron of
nnnor, wore ?i bolero suit of Oil in
V .>1 Crepe, black velveteen trim,
with pink aeet'Hsories. Her r.ir-
MUT'' was oí Ainerican Beauty
rc-'bui!- I.t. Cu!. Norman 11
i •' i of < '• i u ni i >i i , Ohio h'i . «I
I IK Kt man
' I iir In nil motlui
;•) navy < c , ind
w a s
W i li-
vrl vi s ami a pink cirnatinn
Follow itiK the Wi'diliriK
in pt ion w;i In Id .it
f Mr and Vi*. W \\.
i ! t'Hlh I iniKiy Mi*
i! tin' beautifully il
ink . whi't.' Mr*. Until
ji ,ied put ii Mi :- Yvonn
¡•rn'.ijfh rugí «t'-red th<- truest#.
Thi bride i« ;i ifraduate of CiM
. ! I II ii; Ii "*• hool and at.i ■■■'•ii
■.n< i >i I in Vi>t:n. . lie!
t:i i mployi' l hy the Stat, I'mii;-'
troller in thi- ''apifol building i'i
• 'i h«- ifi.«.iu i- a hufh si un •!
★ MAtlM A LIWIS
★ KE CYCLES Oí 'SI
★ VAMETY CUM CMS
if AUTO IMNtlCAN
'★ Cotlwi M tfOQIBAU
★ MHOWAY «SkyWkMk
★ CLamI^^A AM|A
10,000 FRKK ixUUn
★ FARM NNMIMMTS
★ EiECIRK SNOW
★ NOLSIEIN SNOW
it WOMEN'S SHOW
it CUTTING NORSE Contest
'.'hi a'Ul attended PuHje
nr. .1-1, y i: Indiana. He entire i
\ 11 I- i e ii IJi-ll and i Ma-
li-■! at ü vr.Ht rum Air Fnioo
fi'.iin Caldwell who at-
Annual PICNIC And BAZAAR
Holy Rosary Church - Frenstat
^ Sunday, October 5,1952
At Frenstat K. J. T. Hall
Delirious Dinners of Barbecue, etc served at noon
(•anus and refreshment* throughout afternoon.
Dance At Night
Music h> HAI'I'Y DAN and His Melody Hoys
KVKRVONK ('(iKDIAI.I.Y INVITED
tmded the wtdding wern Mr. and
Mi . H. F. Struwc, Mr«. T. I..
(íoodníkht and Tomee and Mm.
IV I>. LighU*ey.
Mrn. Age Bryant and damth-
U-r, Joy of San Antonio spent 'he
week end her? with Mrs. Mattie
Kahnert, wiio accompanied th-m
back home for a weeks visit.
Mr. and Mrs. G. I). Koehner and
little daughter, Bwky of Burton
visited Sundiy in the horr •• of
i heir miren, j, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
liotsnn. LitJe Míüs Sharon Ann
Fochi.er, who had been spending
-eveia' day.-i here with her graui
parents, returned home with her
Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Gerdes
Sr. and Collie Gerdes, are nii-
l-anied Mr. :,nu Mrs. Frank Hulu-
her to LiiKe .Jackson, Sunday
•chore they visited in the home
nf Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Gerdes a.id
Did You Recognize
This Farm ?
The Farm Shown Here And In Last Weeks News
lieloiiReii to Henry Haisler of the Provi-
(It'iu'i* Community it was
Identified by More Than Fifty Readers
WE WERE HAPPY TO PRESENT THE
OWNER WITH \ BEAUTIFUL PIC-
TURE OF HIS FARM
YOUR FARM MAY RE NEXT
Phil Alford, Jr.
AGENT FOR I
Sinclair Oil And Refining Cn. 1
THIS .MOTLEY CHEW en-
joyed a barbecued beef and
mutton diiner al the Ryan
Ranch on tlie Old Independent-
Road last Wedneaday. It
in honor of Jim Ryan's birth-
day. lie wis 65 years old <>n
the occasion. Thoae attending
were, reading left to right, t ip
row: Kd Schoppe, Antu:i
Knesek, Gi-idy Ryan, Sam Itars
dale, John McCowau, Ray
Kneaek, Lonnie Hearne, Reese
Locket t, (Brenham) Jimmy
Ryan, Edwin Slovacek, Gene
Balea, Thomas Batea and Clark
Center row: Phil Alford, Sr.,
Joe Toupal, Seth Brasher, Stan-
ley Conley. Oscar Slovacek.
Buck Blackman, and Ox Ta-
Bottom row: Hays Bowers.
Bubha Schoppe, Tom Kornegny,
Hugh Schumacher. Kenneth
Scott, (Somerville), Hulon T.
hor and Bill Blaha.
Mr. und Mr.-. John \ddison Sr.
vent to Bryan Sunday afterno-n
U take thetr son, Joe Addison
and his room-mate, Dale Sloan of
Henderson, liaek to Allen Academy
where they are attending school.
The Addis.ins then drove to W.-ie.i
i mi spent t.ii- niirht with Mt-n.
Addison's n.ither, Mrs. E. W.
J-ilinsiin, retentive to Culdwelll
Monday more np. 1
mi! were happy to have Bro. iloy.
;'niith and w'le and Mr. and M.s.1
Kay of West f'alewell in i.i'r
ye ¡vice Sunuay iii>i!it. These a.ui
¡•I! other visitor.-: ;:re welcome.
* HOSKINS 11
Mr. and .Mrs. Johnnie BacK r
spent Friday nijfht and Saturday
ii the I). F. Love home. They re-
tutned to Hi us ton Saturday iiík,;.
Wnile here Mrs. Backer and Mrs
Wesley Gotten of Houston visi d
with Mrs. J. C. Kellur in Cald-
Mrs. Lova, Mrs. Cotten and Mrs
Backer also visited in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Renfroe
Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Harvey and
family returned home Sunday af-
ternoon after spending the week
end with he>r daughter, Mrs.
PHcer and family at Angleton.
Mrs. Wesley Co'.ten returned to
her home in Houston Sunday
evening after a week end visiv in
tin heme of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. F. liove.
We had a wonderful service J*",s '*"M w°o°
both Sunday morning and night JZ
DON'T MISS IT!
OCT. 4 19 * DALLAS
irs YOUR HOME
BUT Will IT i
A Southwestern Life Insur-
ance Mortgage Conceda-
tion policy can assure your
family a debt-free home.
D L. Alford, Jr., CLU
j th we
NOMI OMICI • lAUAft
Card of Thanks
I wish t. express my sincera
t¡-links to Dr. J. K. Siptak, for
he has givet, me wonderful tre.it-
irent. May God Rh-ss Him.
Ida Fi lips. (adv.)
■ a ■
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The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, October 3, 1952, newspaper, October 3, 1952; Caldwell, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176032/m1/7/: accessed August 15, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.