The Cameron Herald and Centinel (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 86, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 11, 1945 Page: 4 of 16
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4—THE CAMERON HERALD
October 11. 1915
THE CAMERON HERALD
Entered in the Post Office at Cameron, Texas, as mail matter of second
class under an net passed by Congress, March 3, 18 r9.____________________
JEFFERSON B. WHITE
Editor and Publisher
WANTED—Young Czeck speaking
woman to do general house work for
family of 3. Small home, no heavy
laundry. Will pay transportation.
Write Mrs. C. I, Luskac, 2219 Ave.
H Galveston, Texas. 22-ltc
USED CARS WANTED—Will buy
any make or model. Grabein Chcvro.
let ompany. 34-tf
FOR SALE 75 Young Buff Leghorn
hens. Miss Agnes Rcineke, Buck-
holts, Rt. 1. 24-3tp
FOR SALE—1 Earmall B with all
implements, power lift and lights.
2 horses 3 and 4 year old, and some
cattle. Will sell all or part. Nathan
Wilson, Rt. 1, Cameron 23 2tp
FOR SALE—6 room home. Sleep-
ing poarch and all modern conveni-
ences. Close in, 1 1-2 corner lots.
Shade trees and pecan trees. Place
for cow and chickens. Write Box
142, Rockdale. 24-1 tp
WANTED—School teacher at Meeks
school. Six months term, $120 per
month. See B. L. Lange, Rt. 4,
FOR SALE—67 acre black land farm
near North Elm. J. T. Howard, 1003
West 4th, Freeport, Texas. 18-6tp
FOR SALE Second hand Universal
piano, fair condition. Come see or
write Henry Flavlik, Rt. 1, Box 34,
Cameron. 23 2tp
FOR SALE—1938 Chevrolet pickup.
Good condition, also registered Here-
ford bull. Lawrence Laffere, Buck-
Mils Mary Elizabeth Cox became
the b»ide of Sgt. Harvey B. Clark
Saturday, October (iih with Judge
Jeff T.' Keinp leading the double ring
ceremony in his office at the Court
cord or block. Call 225, or see Claude Housp Tht. ig of Cameron and
Robinson.______________________20-6tp j thp bpt(je groom ii from Camp Hood,
but his home is in Kentucky.
FOR SALE — Recleancd Hubam
Clover seed. «J. JL Majors, Rt. 2,
FOR SALE Green or dry oak wood,
FOR SALE—At a bargain, 2 mules
17 hands high. 8 and 9 yean oi l.
Frank Benesh, Burlington. 23 2tp
WANT TO BUY -2nd hand tin for
building. O. A. Pool, Rt. 3, Cam-
pects to be discharged from service
FOR SALE—2 wheel cotton bed
trailer. Leo Glaser, Rt. 1, Cameron,
Billie Black, USN, of Texans Chris-
tian University visited his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Black the past
week end. Miss Margaret Biggs of
Baylor University was also a guest
in the Black home for the week end.
She is the daughter of Judge and Mrs.
R. E. Biggs of Liberty.
Mrs. Mary Maples of Williams,
Arizona, is here on a visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Clark.
Mrs. Maples is manager of the News
Store department and desk for the
Hotel Fray Marcos, and lives in the
hotel. Mrs. Maples for over two
years, was at Gallup, N. M., and was
transferred to Willimas. She will
return to her place of business with-
in a few weeks.
Mrs. Johnnie Zarosky entertained
her little four year old daughter,
Mary Ellen, with u birthday party
Sunday front two until four. The
Mrs. R. S. Laird has returned to her
home in Tulsa, Ok la., after spending
several days in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ray O’Neill. She attended the
guests present were: John David j recent wedding of the former Miss
Thompson, Burbara Jane Gurecky, , jrene O’Neill.
Katherine Mikula, Edward and Leo
Hollas, Thresie and Roy Wohlleb,
Barbara Shuttle, Mary Anne Egem,
Patsy Johnson and Mary Frances
Mrs. Bertie Key of Cause visited
in Cameron on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eld Ruzicka from
Buckholts visited in Cameron Tuesday
Mrs. Roy Hollowell and daughter
from Dallas are visiting her mother,
Mrs. Myrtle Pounds.
FOR SALE 1929^4 door Ford car.
Good condition with good rubber.
See Ervin Stoebner at Farmers Gin at
FOR SALE 150 acres, located 6
miles east from Holland, in Bell coun-
ty. Approximately 85 acres in cul-
tivation, balance pasture. Fair
dwelling, good barn, garage and other
out buildings. AdaqtU'te water sup-
ply front well and stocs pond. This
is a good stock and grain farm.
Price $00o0. $1000 cash. Will
handle balance terms 5% interest.
E. M. Fox, Box 763, Waco, Tex-
WANTED—Girl or woman for gen-
eral housework. Small family. Live
on place. Good salary. Good home.
See or write Leonard Karotkin,
Karotkin Furniture Co., Austin, ltc
FOR SALE -4 mules and farm im-
plements, including double row culti-
vator and planter. Ed Posival, Rt.
2, Rogeis, 23-otn
FOR SALE— Horse and mare. See
Ed Jtirea, Rt. 1, Buckholts. 23-2'p
FOR SALE—Two Disc tractor plow’,
good work, very good condition. R. C.
McBurnett, Sharp-Tracy communi-
ty. 24-1 to
FOR .t?ALE- -John Deer Model B
tractor on rubber with planters,
busters and cultivators, 2 1 row
planters, 2 1 row cultivators, 1 turn-
ing plow, 3 sweep stocks and 2
wagons. Also 2 mare mules, 5 and 6
year old, and 1 horse mule 6 years
old. D. K. Hall, Buckholts, Rt. 1. It
20% HIGHER OCTANE
3rd at Fannin Phone 770
Suppose YQlfhadn’t been home
•A for 3 years!
Mrs. Lewis Unger and daughter,
Bertha, from Livingston visited her
parents in Cameron a few days.
Miss Sue Kirk of Cameron has ac-
cepted a position as secretary to
Mr. Ilonig, Division Freight Agent
for the Sana Fe Railway in Temple.
S-Sgt. J. R. Harris has been trans-
fered from Fairmont, Nebraska, to an
Air Base in Dalhart.
• *V' "
Chances are, the first thing you’d do would be to
telephone the folks back home.
That’s happening thousands of times every day, as
more and more servicemen come from overseas.
Add other thousands of getting-back-to-
peace calls, and you have a BIG load on long
SOUTHWESTERN BEIL TELEPHONE COMPANY
'flili-'fil! iillllil'i '•! .Wmislffi
Let's Remove the
S. K. BROGDON
from common colds
and VICTORY s
SS. CYRIL AND METHODIUS CHURCH (
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1945
3:00 p. m. Auction of Cotton.
5:00 p. m. Supper.
9:00 p. m. Prize Awards.
Bingo, Ball Throwing and other attractions.
Plenty of Sausage and Chicken.
A cordial welcome to all. jg
From (lor Millions Still in Smie
ES, the war is over
That Hang On
•eomulsion relieves promptly
euue It goes right to the seat of
trouble to help loosen and expel gi
laden phlegm, and aid nature to soo
Creomulsion relieves promptly bd-
laden phlegm.'&nd aid nature to soothe
and heal raw. tender Inflamed bronchial
mucous membranes. Tell your druggist
to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with
the understanding you must like the
way It quickly allays the cough or you
are to have your money back.
For Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis
How women and girls
get wanted relief
from functional periodic pain
the work of several million G.I.’s!
Ask any soldier what "Occupation
Duty" means—and he'll tell you it
may be the most important job in the
army right now, but one of the
He'll tell you the novelty wears off
soon, being in a strange country
among strange people. That the Main
Drag in Tokyo or Berlin can't com-
pare with Main Street in Topeka or
There are millions of boys thou-
sands of miles from home who'd give
anything to listen to an American
song, hear American jokes, or talk to
an American girl again.
Thai's why fhe U.S.O. cannot and
must not quit. Your dollars must
keep it going. For if ever those hoys
needed a lift and a laugh, they need
The need is so urgent that General
Eisenhower asked U.S.O. Camp
shows to quadruple its activities aftei
V-E Day to take care of the boys in
Europe. And similar entertainment
plans have been made for our forces
in Japan and throughout the lonely
But that’s not all . . .
U.S.O. Camp Shows also entertain
the troops in transit . . at debarka-
tion and separation centers. U.S.O.
Clubs and lounges in the States,
Alaska, Hawaii, the Philippines, and
many other bases, give the boys "a
home away from home." Some 500
U.S.O. Clubs are located near military
hospitals .. . and special Camp Show s
tour the wards . . to keep the
wounded on the sunny side.
Yes, millions still in service are de-
pending on YOU for a bit of cheer.
For a large part of every dollar you
give to your local Community Com
paign goes to support the U.S.O.
The need is greater than er<e. So
try to give moi*e than ever, won't
you? Show the boys jton haven't for-
FOR YOUR TIRE CERTIFICATE
Cardol 1* a liquid medicine which
ir ar.y «omen cay ha., brought relief
from the cramp-like agony and ner-
vous (train of functional periodic
dlstreaa. Here i boar it may help:
O Taken like a tonic,
X It al.crald stimulate
appetite, aid diges-
tion.* thus help build re
auu nre for the lime"
9 started J dart be-
/. INTO a dm fore your time-, it
about* help relieve
\ netp * / pain due to purely fusc-
Y^’ / Uonal periodic tauaea
Cartful. If It h'lpa. you’H
be glad you d.1
Give Generously in Victory...to
Rjpresentmf in N ATIONAl W4R FUN1’
Mack’s Oil Company
A. W. McCullin At The Underpass
Phone 180 Cameron
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White, Jefferson B. The Cameron Herald and Centinel (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 86, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 11, 1945, newspaper, October 11, 1945; Cameron, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth561855/m1/4/: accessed August 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.