The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 3, 1961 Page: 2 of 8
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Thursday, Aug. 3, 1961
The Schulenburg Sticker
Fayette County, Texas
Rites Read July 27
Funeral services for Adolph
Teichmann, 58, of the Hackber-
ry community were held Thurs-
day morninK, July 27 at 8:45
o'clock with continued services
at the St. Rose Catholic Ceme-
tery at 9 o'clock. Rev. Eustace
Hermes officiated at the Re-
quiem Mass and last rites with
burial in the St. Rose Catholic
Pallbearers were Frank Ban-
hfcc, Monroe Mayes, Eugene and
John Christen, Virgil and Vic-
. tor 8maj»trla.
Mr. Teichmann was born at
Hackberry as the son of Frank
1 and Mary Barc&k Heichmann
and lived there nearly all his
life, engaged in farming.
He passed away Tuesday at the
family residence after guffer-
j ing a sudden lieart attack. He
was a member of the St. Rose
of Lima Catholic Church.
Survivors are his mother,
Mrs. Mary Teichmann of Hack-
berry; a sister, Mrs. Victor
(Emma) Krai of La Pryor and
a brother, Eddie Teichmann of
His father preceded him in
Localites Attend Annual Catholic
State League Parley at Weimar
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Men's Prime Full Sole and Super Cushion
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Delegates and visitors filled
Veterans Baseball Park Sunday
night, July 23, to capacity, to
hear Mr. John Carroll of the
Houston Chapter of the Cardi-
nal Mindszenty Foundation of
St. Louis, Mo. describe the dan-
gers confronting the United
States due to the deep inroads
| of Communism in the Latin-
] A merican countries.
Mr. Carroll recently returned
(from a trip throughout these
countries and had gathered
first - hand information. He
found many Communist activi-
ties in practically every coun-
! try, and stated that Communist
countries had spent, or were
spending, about one hundred
million dollars for propaganda,
and had samples of many print-
ed publications that were avail-
able to people in these coun-
tries, appearing on practically
every newsstand there.
Dr. Jose Mendes, who fled
from his native Cuba, after Fi-
di I Castro's regime came into
power described of how Cu-
bans ha:i been stripped of their
property and freedom, and re-
luted many heart-breaking in-
cidents, presently happening in
Cuba, and pleaded with the Am-
erican people to be on the alert,
so thai this would not happen
in the United States. Also ad-
dressing this gathering was
Frank Heller, Dallas, vice-pres-
ident of the National Council
of Catholic Men.
During the convention, gen-
eral and separate sessions of
the affiliated sections of the
Men, Women, Youth and the
Catholic Life Insurance Union
were held. During one of the
youth sessions, awards to the
winners in the Annual Rural
Life Contest, in which over
three hundred youngsters par-
ticipated, were presented to
Sally Ann Boerr, Rockne; La-
Verne Gulley, Rowena; and
I'atricia Hrncir, Moravia; and,
to the following boys: Gerald
jEvers, Fredericksburg; Patrick
j Hrncir, Moravia; and Alvin
In the final session the com-
jmittee on Declarations of Prin-
ciples presented for the approval
of the delegates, their stand on
Sunday Observance, Our For-
eign Situation, Communism in
| the Americas, Federal Aid to
! Education, and urged women to
j be modest in dress, and asked
for prayers for our elected na-
J tional and state officials.
Officers to head the organi-
zation for the coming year arc:
| Bernhard G. Reiminger, San An-
tonio, president of the League
and the Men's Section; with
Mrs. S. J. Marturano, Temple,
j guiding the Ladies' Group; and
Anthony Jung, Fredericksburg,
I Youth Group; and the Catholic
| Life Insurance Union will be
! headed by Or. IIuko Jaeekle Jr.
Delegates and visitors from
the St. Rose Parish of Schulen-
j burg, St. Mary's Parish of High
Hill, St. John Parish at St.
;John's ami Ascension of Our
| Lord Parish at Moravia attend-
ed the convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar W.
Fritseh announce the engage-
ment and approaching marriage
of their daughter, Mary Alice,
to Frank Charles Peters, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Raimund W.
Peters Sr. of Houston.
The wedding will be solemn-
ized September 30 at 10 a.m.
in the St. Rose of Lima Cath-
olic Church in Schulenburg.
Hunt for Students
On Tuesday evening, July 25,
the students of Baldwin Busi-
ness College, Yoakum, met on
the college lawn for a scaven-
ger hunt. Each group of four
people was given a list of 25
items. Some of the most diffi-
cult to find and bring back
were: A grain of unpolished
rice, a green band-aid, and a
cube of ice.
After two hours of searching,
the groups reported to the Mu-
nicipal Park, to determine the
Everyone present enjoyed
eating ice cold watermelon.
The students departed withi
pleasant memories of a well-
Those attending from Schul-
enburg were Miss Shirley Ot-
ten, Miss Dinah Warnken, Miss
Manerver Loth and Mr. Joe
While the John Deere 40 has an
attractive price tag, you'll find it's
a high-performance self-propelled in
every respect. This 8- or 10-foot
dollar-stretcher has the capacity to
handle the highest yields, the tough-
est conditions. It has proper balance
for best traction and flotation . . .
plenty of power, too. See us for
Loessin implement Co.
Three Local Boys
For U.S. Navy Duty
Glenn Schulz, Milton Demel
and Gary Wagner have enlisted
in the United States Navy and
have departed for nine weeks
of recruit training at the Naval
Training Center, San Diego,
California. Upon completion of
their training, they will return
home for a It day leave.
Glenn, Milton and Gary all
graduated from Schulenburg
High School, and participated
in the school's athletic pro-
grams and are well known to
Glenn is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles II. Schulz of 1008
Milton is the son of Mr. ami
Mrs. Robert M. Demel of Rt.
I. Box 155-B.
Gary is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Merle L. Wagner of Rt. .'J,
Oak & Ivy Poisons
Poison oak or ivy can be suc-
cessfully controlled and even
eliminated through t'he use of
chemical sprays, says George
Me Bee, extension pasture spe-
cialist. He suggests a visit with
the local county agent for de-
Highlights of West
Coast Vacation Trip
The following interesting let-
j ter was received by The Sticker
I this week from Mrs. Frank Cer-
Inoch of San Antonio.
"Enclosed find a check to re-
new my subscription for an-
| other year of good reading. I
'have just returned home from
!a vacation trip to the West
; Coast with my daughter and
i family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Or-1
jsak, Dennis Lee and Marie.
We left San Antonio at 5:30
j p.m. and drove all night to ar-
rive in Albuquerque, New Mex-
ico. The next day we went on
to Arizona through Painted
Desert, Petrified Forest, the
Grand Canyon up to Utah's
Zion National Park, which has
the most beautiful mountains.
We continued our trip to Las I
Vegas, Nevada, Boulder Dam,
on thru Death Valley in Cali-
fornia, Mount Whitney, Yose-
mite National Park where the
snow was 0 feet high along the
highway and on to San Fran-
On the way back home w#
stopped in San Jose to see the
Winchester Mystery House,
which is supposed to have 100
rooms. In Los Angeles we visit-
ed Knott's Berry Farm, Disney-
land, Marine Land, San Diego
and El Centro, where the tem-
perature was 100 at 0 p.m. Since
w- had air conditioning in the
car we didn't feel the heat. The
last lap of our trip was to
Yuma, Tucson, Arizona, Las
Cruces, New Mexico and El
Our trip took lis about two
and a half weeks and we all
thad a wonderful time sightsee-
ing in each town. We arrived
home with 20 films of colored
moving pictures so we have
something to remember our
Miss Louise Borchers is
spending a week in Houston vis-
iting with Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Kennedy and son.
T/Sgt. E. Starustka
Completes Tour Of
Duty in Philippines
T/Sgt. Erwin J. Starustka,
who has been stationed at Clark
Air Force Base, Philippines,
was reassigned to stateside du-
ty in July and was accompanied
to the states by his wife, Fran-
ces and children, Sandra and
Sgt. Starustka, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Starustka of
Schulenburg, served two years
of duty with the Air Force
assigned to the 2876th Ground
Electronic Engineering Instal-
lation Agency Squadron. He
traveled throughout the Pacific
as supervisor installing dial
telephone equipment exchanges
for the Air Force.
Sgt. Starustka has completed
three tours in the Far East
since 1948, having served in
Korea, Japan, Okinawa, Guam,
Philippines and Hawaii.
His new assignment is with
the 859th Radar Sqdn., Red
The Schulenburg Sticker
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DR. D. R. TAYLOR
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Phone 77—Delivery Service — Registered Pharmacist on Duty
DR. ANNA 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. C. K. McDONALD, Chiropractor
Office Hours: Open Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fri-
days, 9 to 12 and 2:30 to 6 p.m. Thursday, 9 to 12. Closed on
Located at 104 E. 5th Street Hallettsville
Across From New Post Office
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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 965
'A service offered in the interest of better, more
profitable cattle breeding"
ELECTRIC AND PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
Commercial — Residential
3.E.A., 3 Phase 208 or 440 wiring our specialty
Fixtures, motors, high power Mission Water Heaters
Ph. 1610F24, Schulenburg — Located on F-M 956
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Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 12 Noon, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on
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221 East Travis—Phone 88 La Grange, Texas
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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
DR. 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.
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The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 3, 1961, newspaper, August 3, 1961; Schulenburg, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth430170/m1/2/: accessed June 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Schulenburg Public Library.