Bastrop Advertiser (Bastrop, Tex.), Vol. 86, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1939 Page: 3 of 6
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BASTROP ADVERTISER, BASTROP, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY l>. il/J
mittvd I-a t Week)
May 11 The Baptist
11 lu* tiri at the Baptist
May 21ft, with the Kev.
I h. Iding the -< rvic«'.s th
, an.l with the Kev. .If .
• if San Antonio holding
h the -econd vv«-t*k, closing
fou are invited to come out
Mi-. W, T. Stagner anil
i A San<iei attended
Austin Sunday •• v« . inn.
Oi fs is attending the Salf--
•h(M>| in Blgin this week,
tin Holland and children
were week-end ku> ->t- of
r Sandi-r .
Mr*. Quintu .loiner an I
tdale, and Mi*., Alice Join
In, were Sunday gu *sts of
i. Mi". (iaudi'* .loiner.
>a)c Sanders and Douglas
• in (iidduur t" visit with
t 11 ;t Xante duriltjt the
y Mat hi- We
spent the we
i. \\ II Joiner
!r«. f'harUton Taylor and
Hentinit spent the week
tin with Mr. and Mr-.
op County Federation of
v-e? with the Mi r ade F1
v atu day. May I 'ith a'
•t church for un all day
Mr W P. Wilaon, Mr.
J. Hudler, Mr and Mi
in and family, and I R.
nd family attended the
, Reunion Sunday,
Mr W T Stamer and
I were recently in Smith-
Mrs. Mc< . rty spent part of th •
wet k here visiting Mehdaine- Joint"
ltowe and William ,
Mr. and Mr W. T. Stagner and
Mi - Pauline Stairner were recent
irue-t- .if Mr. and Mi>. W. K. Stag-
ner at Butle .
Mi,--' Prentiee, Mildred and Mary
Bo#tic, Me--r- DouKla N h nee and
Dale Sanders were in Taylor recent-
ly attending the .singing convention.
Mi dame W J. Howe, A. A. Ita-
chke and iluldivr and Tom Dungan
and lit11,■ on were in Klgin during
Mr. Wallace Stagner of Houston,
pent the week end with hi* father,
Mi. J. \\ Stagner.
Mi--. Ivji |). Mundine of Austin,
pent the we k - nd with her parents,
Mi and Mi Robert M undine.
Mi-s M innie M a reel la Scott was
injured Friday by sticking an ice pick
int- a lower limb and had to take
the tetanus um and the -ante day
her brother, John Harvey, was hu t
by a trailer coming unhitched and
running over him. Hi is able to walk
on < rutche.s at thir time.
Mr. ani Mr- lia Nance of <ji<i-
diriifs, rem Sunday with her broth
er and family, Mr. W. ('. \anee.
M M. I We.-tbrook. Mr. J. B.
at • >n. Mi Luton and M Faniti"
Harkwoith are all better at this
time, all Irt-ing able to -:t up -ome.
Mi and Mr W. K. Scott recently
of Santa !!• -a, were here seven® I
da> - visiting relatives on their way
to HoUs' in, where they will eside.
M". and Mr-. Thoma* Curti- and
batty <( Houston are vi-itinjj
WATTERSON NEWS i OAK HILL NEWS
MRS. I,EON A HEFNER
Watterson, May 15.Mr. and Mr.-.
Jaek M ricure and daughter, Billie
Joe visited in the home of Mrs. l.illie
Kucker Saturday night.
The community is proud to hear of
Mr. Joe Watterson being able to si*
up in bed some after being ill the
pa.-:, week with pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Hryan Watterson ot
Elgin spent Fiiday night in the horn.*
i f their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
Watterson, while their son, Joe Bryan
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Corbell.
Mr. and Mrs. K. F. i'rowell an.I
• ons of l.uling and Miss Tommie Kae
I,ee of San Marcos, and M . and Mi -.
Vol Watter-on .-pent Mother's l>ay
with Mr. and M s. II. 15. Lee.
Miss Irene Whitworth of Bastr-p
-pent the week-end in the home ol
her parent-, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Alex Lundy f>l" Alum ' reek was
a business vi.-itor in Watterson Mon-
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Watterson
.-pent Mothi ' Day at A. and M. < ol-
| le«e with their son, Claude.
Mr. and Mr-. Finest Jenkins -pent
' Sunday in Hill: Prairie.
Visiting in the home of Mrs. J. [).
Hendrix Sunday were l.'dell llentlrix
f I! 'Uston, Mr. and Mrv 1> e Alex-
ia, i ander if Ctdar ("reek, Mr. and Mis.
It makes us
hear from you
the reason why we
Check Card* in
mbie Service Sta-
ble customer# are
u*e these card* to
at they think of the
idered. whether if*
ad. or Indlfierent.
tcular item* please
. You'd be sur-
how many worth
teetion* come to us
lomer* who use
Is . , . And they
tossible lor us to
itions. the kind ol
iu want ... In
m. we carry on a
study ol what mo-
i d and want to
ng an automobile
icrnt. and then we
It to them ... Do
1? . . . The check
we do. and their
refilled by the In-
umber ol Texas
ho make it a reg-
e to stop (or serv-
hey see the Hum-
, Seeing Is believ-
suggest thai the
'our car needs a
asoline. you stop
•st Humble Serv-
and check the
■ourseli. . . . Then,
to. Hli out one of
Check Card* you
nd it to us (no
coesary). It will
Ujhty happy to
patents. Mr and Mr- Tom Freeman.
Mr and Mr- Jim Wolf of Mr
IMea-ant, Mr-, (iladys l.oden ant) ons
"f Austin, and Mrs P«*a<l Branum
and -on of Kim Grove, were leeenMy
vj-iting Ms . Faun.e Hackworth and
rfftughter. Mis* Frankie.
Mr (arrol Butler of Austin, -jw-nt
the wt-t-k end with his family here.
Jame- i an oil retun>e«j with him for
Mi I.ydia Vlundim is letter fol-
lowing an attack of the flu.
M'- *r- .J•line ami William Dupre--
f H"U«ton, -fM'nt 'he we«k-end with
their i«rter. M? Wendell Wil-tn and
Mi «?r M D Hanks T J Hudler
" •' Joiner w« *,* recently in Au
M p. A I. DeCIandon of Bn>trop, j Mn''.
<i n: Sundav here with bet parents 1 ^ 15!'
M and Mi, M. D Hank-
Mr and Mrs, Knwy B«rker f
A is' . i>«n' Sunday with Mr and
Mr# F Milton.
IrnriH* Phillips returned
I* Ig i Monday to nin— Mrs. W
^ '■ Mr*-. Phillips wn« real
■' ' fs 1 he flu i -1! nl days.
\J< - A U Frut-man, A
and M B Freeman and dau-
spent Saturday with the
•rthf and we enjoyed their vi-
y much fhe Sherman family
Plcu««ii4 were recently vMKinjr
Mil 1 ^ Ml \ l
a f tern
\l M Iburn Yoast was a brief vi-
it t n ?ht home of Mi tJeorgp U 1-
f, nhei get Thus -tlay
Vi iters *i :h hom« of Mr. George
\\ ifeniwig-r Friday were Mt-. .Ill k
M- *«< Jie nr.it daughter, Mrs. Charlie
VVolfentiervie and sons, and Mr-.
\V.- drow Ofbttrn.
Mr. Frank Osiwrn returned home
l ilt;ight fioin an extended visit
with h:« paieiits. Mi and Mrs M (.
Mi ai d Mrs Charlie W •Ifenlx rg"!
antl son visited awhile in the home
of Mr. and Mr-, .lark Moncure and
Mr- J. H Hendrix Friday night
Mi s Kouis Yoast an,) son, J. I
aiid Mi-s Loe Wolft-nlKiger, motored
• i Hast op Saturday afternoon. Mr.
and ^11 1'ieive Wolfenherger and
daughter Jewel returned home with
thern to spend the night.
Mr- Vol Watterson, and M>'*.
Martha h'llis, weie guests Setunlay
night "f their patents, Mr. and Mrs
H B 1* e.
Guests in tht home of George Wo),
fei.brrger Suntlav were: Mr. and
N|i Flunk Wolfenlterger, Mr. and
Mt Jhi k Moncure and daughter,
Hdli*' Jo, VI' ami Mrs. Horace Re 'v-
<■> and daughter. Clodie Nell, Mr and
Mr < harlk- WolfeniaTg r and -o;is,
\|r \\ •• rt>\v O-born, Mr. J F. Fer-
u ii. Mi Pierte Wolfenl erger and
Mi -i Maigaret Jewel Wolfetiln-rger.
Wo drow <)-born sp nt Mo
Day in the honu of her par-
Mi and Mr W I Miller.
aV TI HANS
■i.i ou • ai** to
— - ' 111 —
' Mr and Mi John Morgan and
j child"! n pent Sunday in the hmne l
Mr and Mi B«-n Momure of tireetb
Mr .iTut Mi W, T Miller visited
in the hoiiii of Mi and Mr- Woodrow
'(Inborn Sunday night.
' \| i I,,hi is V ast and son. Mr. and
Mr Jack Moncure and daugther,
VI r J. F. Fergu-on and Gi'orge
V\ olfetlbei g< l vi-ited 11 the home 'f
Mi and Mr ("harlie W dfenberger
a while Sunday night.
M*. and Mr Arl ii Smith and fam-
ily of Louisiana are visiting in the
honit if their parnt- Mr aval Mr
Phillip Hoffman I'liev are also visit
mg relatives in Austin,
Yubrey Hendrix an<i children of Hill-
Mr. and Mrs. Kaiph Holligan, Mr.
and Mr-*. J. J. Hefner, Wallace Hef-
ner an,) son and Garland Hefner vi-
-it d Mr. and Mrs. Price Hefner Sun
Mi- Annie H«fner of Austin ar-
rived Saturday to ><|>end a few day*
in the home of her sister, Mi-s Min-
We are ,-o ry to ; eport Mrs. Mable
Smith 'ii the sick list this w,- -k also,
with th«* flu, i ut hope she is improv-
Mr. ant) Mr-. Adolph Grohman anil
daughter -pent Sunday in String
Mr. and Mrs. F ne-t Lee and fam-
ily *pe:it Sunday in the home of Mr.
iling VJr. antl Mr- Joe Wattt-r-
■) Sunday were. Mr and Mr-. Bryan
Watterson a• t«i -on of Figm. VH. and
Mrs. Ah Watterson, and Mr and
Mi Howard Alexander of C--eed>
mo r, Mr. and Mi -. Horace Alexander
of Kyle, Mi and Mr-. .1. J. Hefner
and Mr ai.d Mrs, Ralph H lligan.
VI Karl « Hilahau vi«itv l in t h<"
hM| f Mr antl Mrs H J. flsborr.
V1onda> a'"* ■ nv ■ >r
Visiting Mr antl Mrs. J. J llef-
ner Sunday night were. Mrs. Lillie
Hut ker and son, Vlr anti VI rs. Frnest
< orln-11 and da;ight r, VIi and Mrs.
(iariand Hefn< an.j children, aial VP
a> (' M i Ra'ph Holligan.
V!rs J. D Hendrix returned home
Sunday from (,Vdar Creek after a
wee) 4 vi it in the homi 'if Mr. and
VI i l.ti Alexander
Vlr .ii ,j Mrs, C, J,. Hendrix "f Ce-
■iar Creek. Mt ami Mi . Aubrey Hen-
drix and children visited in the home
of VP 3 II Hendrix Sunday.
Vlrs Vndy Altvantier of feda?
Creek «!•« nt Tuesday in the home of
he1 mother, Mrs. .1 H. Hendrix.
VI Vii ie Hefner of Austin, Miss
Mum; Hefner. Vlr*. Viable Smith and
•> . Clyde antl Henry IP-fnei were
brief vi*itors of VP*, ai d VPs. J. J
Hefner Sunday afternoon.
Vlr and Mis, \\ A Lee and chil-
dren and Ii. I Holligan visited M
antl Vlrs. H. B l>-e Sunday afternoon.
Mrs (>tto Hefner vi-ited Vlr. ani
Vlr- \\ S Whitworth Sunday after-
Word ha- been received by Mrs. LiL
lie Rucker from her daughter, Mrs.
F.lgin 1 a*e ami Bobbie, that they ar-
lived (l K at Salem, Illinois Wed-
nesday, May 10, and were seeing
beautiful sights anti liked it fine.
We are hoping that they will continue
to Ik* satisfied.
The Watterson community was in-
terested to hear of the marriage of
Miss Klla Schallorn of Upton and
Udell Hi ndi ix of Houston, who were
quietly married Sunday night. May
14 We are all wishing the best of
luck and happiness in the future.
C. W. TALBOT
Citi/ens State Itank Building
FOR EXPERT BAItHEK WORK
MRS. I DG \R OWEN
Oak Hill, M iy 15—Tho rain Sat-
urday morning was wonderful, mak-
ing grass ami weeds grow along with
tho crops. Peanut planting is the or-
der oi the day.
Most every < tie reports the ennin^r
-eason in full wing.
Miss Margi" Scarborough was a
business visit'- in San Marco- Wed-
Mrs. L. B. < 'man of San Marcos
ami Mr. Lam;. Oltman of Baytow.n
-pen' Thurstla m the A. R. Han-
Vlr. and M
and Mr-. Kati
frogs of hardware cloth (wire) to
place in vase- or bowls. Club mem-
ber- had brought flowers, and a num-
ber of lovely arrangement* were
made. All members were present with
the new agent, and visitors were,
Mrs. Jennie Scarborough and her
daughter, Mi.-s Margie,
Floyd Huff, Austin,
Huff, Butler, vi.-iti 1
in the Jess Dui kin home Sunday.
Vlr. and Mr-
f' r visited ti
Mi- AHa-rt C
Aubra Cottle of But-
ir parents, Mr. and
Mesdames P lly, and Githa Owen
and Miss Faye Owen attended the a^l-
tlay meet of th, County Federation lit
McDade Saturd y.
Kzra Shelton home from Austin
Mr. Albert I k of Bastrop was a
business vi-itoi throvtgh the commur-
ity la^t week. - * i 11 working on our
rural light lint My! How we hop
we secure tho- lights!
Hto. Horace Harrison of George-
town filled his appointment at Oak
Hill Sunday aft. moon.
Oak Hill (lub Meet*
"Vases ghoul he tv.-o thirds the
height of the lowers to be us-d.
Place them so as to obtain a good
balance, use c< nplimentary color*,
to produce a leasing combination
in y ir flower arrangement." -tate i
VPs- Katherine Kelly to the members
of ( ak Hill H D. Club in reguhi-
>e-.tion Fiiday, vlay 12th at 2 p. i*-
in the home of Vlrs. Kdgar Owen.
''*l*se a low I wl or vase for your
dining table, at i gather flowers a*-
t>*r sundown, oi early in the morn-
ing, ami use a anting cut, to obtain
"fx -1 rt suit-," f i ther -tated Mi.-s
She als-i demi st atcd how to make
CONTRACTORS NOTICE OF TEXAS HIGHWAY
Sealed proposals for constructing I 1.986 miles of Road-
bed I reatinent. Emulsion Prime Coat 6c Double Asphalt Sur-
face I reatment from O.'i Mi. E. of Intersection with Hwy. 20
west of Paige to O. 5 Mi. N. of Lincoln in Lee County on I ligh-
vv, y No. 21 (OSR), covered by Control 473-1 & 2-3 ftc 2, in
Bastrop & Lee County, will be received at the State Highway
Department. Austin, until 9:00 A. M., May 2 3, 1939; and
then publicly opened and read. I he prevailing wage rate^
li-ted below shall apply as minimum wage rates on this project.
Prevailing Minimum Per
Dii-m Wage (Based on Eight
<s) Hour Working Day)
Distributor Operator Or Driver
I ractor Operator
1 ruck Driver (over \ \'t tons)
Air Hammer Operator
Fireman (Asphalt Plant)
Spreader Box Operator
I ruck Driver ( 1 /i tons & less)
* Legal holiday work shall be paid for at the regular gov-
ernin rates. Rates for work performed in excess of the maxi-
mum hours per week as stipulated in the 'Fair Labor Stan-
dard Act of I 9 38, approved June 25. 1938, (Public No. 718,
75th Congress) shall be subject to the applicable provision?
of this Act. Plans and specifications available at the office
of G. W Dabney, Re-ident Engineer, Austin, Texas, and State
Highway Department, Austin, Usual rights reserved. 8-2
h oun.itii h) a ptunkiih group
of PjriiiJM-iibooird planters'
sons in IN2~, rich u-ith Iradi-
lions harking hack ttrn a
ctntury before that, Sew Or-
leans' famous MarJi Gras is
the colorful climax to u-eeks
of regal pomp ami larnital
fesliiity Jut in k u hi, h it lites
on the fat of Ire land in prep-
aration for the long Lenten
fasts uhich follou . At a cost
of approximately flOO/HM)
each ( arnnal takes a full
year to plan, and many are
the millions u ho hat e en-
joyeJ the magic gaiety for
which it it u oi Id-famous.
No other beer duplicates
the Flavor, Body and Quality
that make PEARL Famous!
Once you have thrilled to e never-to-be-forqotten spectacle
like the Mardi Gras, you realize it contains a magic variety of
colorful ceremonies and traditions that can't be duplicated.
Once you've thrilled to the delicious flavor and tasteful tang
of Texas'Own PEARL Beeryou find itbringtyou such atsuranca
of pep and refreshment it, too, is impossible of duplication.
You'll enjoy PEARL'S inimitable goodness and robust flavor.
See what a delicious difference it makes to My, "Bottle of
PEARL, ploato!" You'll like it. The reason is in the bottle I
Hi, b**w«ry Ii coapktely
l>.conditioned ind «! •
Screw Worm Season is Here
Gov't Spec. Pine Tar Oil 25? Pt.
Gov't Spec. Benzol 25* PL
Also have Gulf, Globe, Peerless
and ott.er worm medicines.
Blackleg Vac., a dose 7 <
S. L. BRANNON
HOSPITAL!ry SINCE IBB6..
E. F. HASLER,
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Standifer, Amy S. Bastrop Advertiser (Bastrop, Tex.), Vol. 86, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1939, newspaper, May 18, 1939; Bastrop, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth236703/m1/3/: accessed September 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bastrop Public Library.