The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, April 25, 1930 Page: 3 of 10
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MB 8C8ULBNBURG STtCKBK, SCHUtSNBURG, TEXAS
_ Never Before Has so Little
Bought so Much!
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New HEAVY DUT Y
Look at These Amazing Prices
30x3 Pathfinder $ 4.89 30x3 1-2 Path. reg.
30x3 1 -2 Path. O. s. 5.25 30x3 1 -2 Path. s. s.
31x4 Path. s. s. - 9.10 32x4 Path. s. s.
33x4 Path. S. S. - 10.45 32x4 I -2 Path. s. s.
29x4.40 Path. Balloon 5.98
30x3 1-2 Speedway Tires $3.95
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30x4.50 " " 5.78
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Phone 167 '
t. M. Stavinoha, Engle
Gabe Warren, Schulenburg. R. R
M. E. Ladies Aid
The M. E. Ladies Aid held
their ^regular meeting at the
home of Mrs. A. Herzik on Wed-
nesday, April 16th.
The meeting opened with the
song "Saviour,Thy Dying Love".
Prayer, Rev. O. F. Kattnar.
"Resurrection and Power".
Luke, 24th., Chapter.
Sixteen members responded
to roll call with Bible Verses.
A very interesting lesson on
Japan, led by Rev. Kattner, prov-
ed very instructive.
A Saxaphone duet, "Love's
Way Waltz", by Marzeline Her-
zik and Gladys Gebert, accompa-
nied on the piano by Es telle Kat-
tner was very much enjoyed.
Agnes Louise Helmcamp gave
a reading, ''The Mother On
Good Friday", in her usual cap-
Another special number,which
was delightfully received was a
duet "Alone", by Rev. and Mrs.
Kattner, with Miss Estelle Katt-
ner at the piano.
This concluding the program,
t^e guests were invited into the
dining room to partake of deli-
cious refreshments, consisting
of sandwiches, cakes, olives,
pickles and coffee.
The next meeting will be held
at the home of Mrs. W. H. Tal-
ley on Wednesday, May 21st.,
at 3 p. m. Cont.
The Grammar grades program
will* be held oa Friday night,
April 25th., ac the Freyburg Au-
ditorium. There will be no ad-
mission charged for this pro-
gram. Everybody come.
A three act play, "Beads on a
String,', will be staged on Fri-
day night, May 2od., hy the
Seventh and Eighth Grades.
There will be several selections
during acts on piano and trum-
pet. You are cordially invited to
Those spending tne Easter hol-
idays here were as follows: Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Haas, Mr. and
Mrs. Ernst Haas, Steve Kleink-
necht, Miss Adela and Henry
Krischke of Houston; Erwin
Kleinknecht of Breuham; Rud.
Stoevar and wife of Blessing;
Arnold Hart and wife of San An
tonio; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Richter
and son, Elroy, of Smithville;
Miss Irma Morgenrath of Hous-
ton; Mr. and Mrs. H. Reichard
and Mr.Jand Mrs. E Morgenrath
of Shiner; H. ^Hertel of Bryan
was accompanied home by his
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Back, Sr.,
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Beck and Miss Vybral of Fla-
tonia visited with Mr. and Mrs.
A crowd of Freyburg folks
motored to Rocky Friday to fish,
but as the fish were beginning
the Easter celebration the dissa-
pointed people returned home
Ashless; but claimed a real good
time was had.
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvia Sengel-
mann of Houston spent Easter
here visiting Gus Sengelmann
Father Wolf left Tuesday
morning to attend a church
meeting in San Antonio.
Fred W. Helmcamp
Adults Contract Children's
Adults can, and do, contract many
children's diseases. And, usually, they
Buffer from them much more than
children do. For instance, many adults
contract worms, an ailment usually
associated with children. Sometimes
they suffer intensely and take expen-
sive medical treatments, without reali-
zing that worms are the cause of their
troubles. Yet, the symptoms are the
same as in children, loss of appetite
and weight, grinding the teeth and rest-
less sleep, itching of the nose and anus,
and abdominal pains. And, the same
medicine that surely and harmlessly ex-
pels round and pin worms from children
will do the same for adults — White's
CreamYermifuge, which you caa get at
City Drug Store
"I have taken
all my life, when-
ever in need of a
medicine for con-
Mrs. G. C. Burns,
of Buna, Texas.
"My mother and
father used it in
their home for
years, and I was
raised to think
of it as the first thing if I
had a headache or was con-
"At one time I had indiges-
tion real bad. I was all out
of sorts; my skin was sallow,
and I had gas pains. After
a course of Black-Draught, I
got all right. I have given
Black-Draught to my child-
ren, whenever they needed a
medicine of the kind."
Insist on Thedford's
WOMEN who need a tonic
should take Cardul. In use
over 50 years. e-isi
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The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, April 25, 1930, newspaper, April 25, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth437495/m1/3/: accessed January 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Schulenburg Public Library.