The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 21, 1961 Page: 2 of 24
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Christmas Edition The Schulenburg Sticker
Fayette County, Texas Thursday, Dec. 21, 1961
The Schulenburg Sticker
FLORENCE B. BOSL—Owner and Publisher
Published fivery Thursday at Schulenburg, Texas
Entered as second Hass mutter at the Schulenburg Dost Office Under
Act of Congress, March 3, 1679.
SUBSCRIPTION RAILS One Y<ai—$3.50; 6 Months—$2.00; Foreign—
$4 00. Schulenburg and Routes—$3.00 All subscriptions dropped from
iikt at time of expiration unless renewed on or before that date.
NOTICE—Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing, or repu
tat ion of «ny p rson. firm, or corporation which may happen to appear
in th columns of The Sticker will be corrected gladly if brought to tk«
attention of the management.
Wonderful Baked Ham!
Income Tax Filing Time at Hand
TO 1: Vl.RYONE! £
mr. & mrs. frank holub JR.
* Try Sticker Quality Printing ★
At this time of year the woman who feeds a family needs to
provide a variety of the hot hearty meats that are so impressive
when served for Sunday dinnf and which provide planned left-
overs for later meals through the we: !;. Roasts of beef or lamb
(because of liuit eternal budget) must h:> occasional treats, foi
mo. : families. I'.i»iltrv and fi h are most economical but lose their
appeal if served too ofte'i. P. lit flood bal:ed ham will provide a
ch.-'n'-ie of price and still not break the bank.
The Chine- .• love ih' ir pork "sweet arid sour." Americans love
th- ir ham with sw: f and s'l.arp accents Here's a good suggestion
that hand omelv hrin;'s loose two notes into the picture, The
ham his Is.Ill i.i its :tic coating. And a rich fruity sweet
touch accompanies the ham.
linked 11 :on
1t< .;d":ized hsm cup brown su~ar
1 ; ci':> line ta>-d-wi(h- Whole cloves
Follow directions on lab.! for baking ham. If no instructions
cr.pie with ham. place in a roasting pan. bake in a slow oven
[•'.), allowing 22 r.ilnules per pound. One half hour before
meat is done remove rind gentlv. Score fat and stud with clovi s.
t'dinlin ■ mustard-uith horseraflish and brown >.u .r. Spread over
ham with a spatula. Return to oven for remaining 3J ininui.03.
Serve with Apricots Supreme.
1 teaspoon cinnamon V2 cup real mayonnaise
V2 teaspoon cloves 16 apricot halves
Combine cinnamon and cloves. Sprinkle in centers of apricots.
Spoon real mayonnaise in centers of 8 apricot halves, top with
reinaioin;' halves, l'lace on cooky sheet or broil pan and broil
ubo-.it 0 minutw or until apricots begin to brown.
The year of 1861 will soon
be history. For many people,
the end of December means the
conclusion of another tax year
and that tax obligations must
•soon be met, points out C. H.
Bates, extension farm manage-
Before tackling the tax re-
porting job, Bates suggests
that farmers and ranchmen get
a copy of the Interpal Revenue
Service's 1962 edition of the
Farmer's Tax Guide. It is avail-
able without cost from the of-
fices of local county agents or
those of the Internal Revenue
Service. The guide is written in
ecsy-to-read style and includes
examples of problems worked
out on the applicable tax farms,
As for the dates, January 15
it, the deadline for farmers and
ranchmen who want extra time
for filing their final report to
file their 1961 tax estimate. If
the estimate is filed, Bates ex-
plains, the final date for filing
of the 1010 form is extended
to April 15. If no estimate is
filed, February 15 then becomes
the deadline for making the fi-
nal tax report. These deadlines,
points out the specialist, apply
to taxpayers who derived two-
thirds or more of their 1901
gross income from farming or
Another important considera-
t'on is the reporting of hired
labor and the social security
tax on wages paid. Either of
two tests determine whether or
not a farmer must pay the so-
cial security tax on wages. If
the worker was paid $150 or
more during the calendar year
■or if the worker was paid wages
(on hourly or day basis) for
20 days or more during the
year, the 3 percent social se-
curity tax should have been de-
ducted from the cash wages.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beale of
Flatonia were Sunday guests in
Schulenburg with Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Blaschke and enjoyed a
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/•' icoi'Jdn'l be Christmas if we
i.idn'L get in I ouch and extend
o;:r yrectings to those we like so
eery much... Have an old-fash-
ioned Very Merry Christmas'.
SCOTT BROS. MARKET
bap bt ftlleb
to all our
and our best
fl-i motel n®tosh Conoco Service Station
Mr. & Mrs. A. J. Liljequist
JEROME ANTOSH, Owner
Lnittd das service supervisor instructs servicemen in the operation of a Bryant gas uir conditioner, permanently installed an part of United'8 servicemen's school.
Professional & Business Directory
MEINERS MOTOR CO.
Dodge — Dodge Trucks — Dodge Dart — Lancer
Guaranteed Service—Dependable Used Cars—Body'
Work & Painting—Upholstery & Custom seat covers
La Grange, Texas |
S<hr<iede>- Building—Phone 353
DR. D. R. TAYLOR
La Grange, Texas
WE I IT.L ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTIONS —
Phone 77—Delivery Service — Registered Pharmacist on Duty
DR. AN>NA GRIFNO, Chiropractor
Office hours: Mon., Wed., Fri.—9 to 12 and 1 to 6
Tues. and Thurs.—1 to 6. Closed on Saturdays
Located 4 miles south on Highway 77
DR. JAMES L. ASHLEY—Optometrist
Eyes Examined—Glasses Fitted—Lenses Duplicated
CONTACT LENSES FITTED
Located at Professional Building—Closed Thursdays
Phone 380 — La Grange, Texas
HARLOW MEMORIAL NURSING AND
LICENSED NURSES ON DUTY 24 HOURS A DAY
Priced (75.00 to $250.00 a month
MRS. BERNICE HARLOW, Owner
MELVIN DRUMM, Trained Technician
Full time technician, Schulenburg Area
Phones 483, 567 or 966
'A service offered in the interest of better, more
profitable cattle breeding"
Electric Pumps — Electric Motors & Windmill*
AERMOTOR AND JACUZZI PUMPS
Sales, Service & Installation On All Makes
Hlectric Motor Repairs, Starter Bearings, Capacitor
H. H. NORDHAUSEN
SIRS, Schulenburg—Located on F-M 966
house OF LOU-GIL
Custom made draperies—Bedspreads—Decorative
Fabrics—Drapery Hardware and Supplies—Interior
G. J. Wessels, Ph. 351—209 S. Jefferson, La Grange
HAVE YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED A'r . .
— TRY YOUR DRUGGIST FIRST —
Unceasingly for the upbuilding of our profession, in order
that the public may receive the benefits of an ethical
Ambulance Service—Burial Insurance—Phones: 1 and 154
DR. NORMAN RUBIN—OPTOMETRIST
Eyes Examined — Contact Lens — Lens Fitted
Hours: 8:30 to 5:30 Monday-Saturday
212 East Second St. Ph. SW 8-2171 Hallettsville
In Schulenburg at 715 Lyons every Wednesday
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. — Phone 196
DK. JENNINGS B. COOK—Optometrist
Eyes Examined—Glasses Fitted—Lenses Duplicated
Office Hours: 8:00 to 6:00 p.m. — Saturdays: 8:00 to 1:00 p.m.
— Other Hours by Appointment Only —
BOX 247 — PHONE PR 8-3587 FLATONIA, TEXAS
"All Kinds of Art" Signs
GENE A. MIKULIK
Interior Decorating — Painting
Phone PR 6-3646, Flatonia
Rt. 2, Box 146 Schulenburg, T
servicemen Today's modern natural gas appliances and air conditioning
systems are continually undergoing technical improvements and advancements in
design. As a result, gas company servicemen must learn all there is to know about
each new model appliance so they can expertly service it. Our company, one
of many in the gas industry, has a continuing and intensive course of instruction fiv
uKrvlwnwn. The ser/iccss&'s job, like thai of ail other gas company employees,
is performed with one objective—to provide the finest, most
dependable natural gas service in all the world.
SERVING THE SULT SOUTH
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The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 21, 1961, newspaper, December 21, 1961; Schulenburg, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth430122/m1/2/: accessed July 6, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Schulenburg Public Library.