The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 25, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 14, 1928 Page: 1 of 8
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TWO COPYRIGHTED BOOK-LENGTH STORIES FOR ONLY fl.M
ASK US ABOUT IT AT THE OFFICE OT—
The Hondo anvil Herald.
hiraL'd*"° I OCT?°lT.#*io»
HONDO, MEDINA COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1928
VOL. 42. No. 25
A FATAL ACCIDENT.
LOCAL / PERSONAL.
•James E. Stalsby was instantly
killed in an automobile accident Tues-
WHAT ABOUT INCORPORATION?
Only a few days remain until the
28th when Hondo votes on the im-1
“HONOR THY FATHER
AND THY MOTHER’
two together one year for $2.
print wedding invitations at
vil Herald office.
Wm. A. Schmidt of San An-
as the guest of Mrs. Ed. de
Rem, The John Lebold house;
rooms, large grounds, con-
t to school. tf-5.
are open early and late. The
f hot and cold drinks at the
ug Co. Fountain.
EN’IX HOSIERY in all the
’s latest shades and in all sizes.
GES, Suitings, Flannels in
nge of colors for Fall and
For both papers now
And get three for only $2.00
daj ni„ht on the \ancey road a few portant question of incorporation,
rules south of town. i And there ha, been almost no
The unfortunate man, together discussion of the matter,
v., is rot tr-in-law, Mr. W right, If this means that every one’s mind
j-ni t tir nephew, Herman Gilcrease, js niade up and that all will go to
were returning home after nightfall ; the polls on that day and by
The Fourth of a Seriet of Te-i Ser- do not fulfill His condition:
non. Bated on the Ten Ciaaoiand thy father and thy mother.”
meat,, B» in j Pr.aehed at the Let me say this to you children and
Hondo Lutheran Church
young people who are still at home.
. - if you honor your parents it will
j from their shop at the junction of k u T.....• "" T'~' ",7 T* * - he wel1 with you- You wil1 reaP tht*
Ask about it at the printing office.1 the Rirv and Vaneev Th li m b“ h,s wdl ,n th« matter, BY REV. H. A. HEINEKE, PAJT JR. blessing of a happy home. Some of
_ j , 3 - Ioaas- inengnto well and good. . ,, , on ... ... your friends who despise this com-
Get your job prmting done be- on the car w.re defective and in if a!1 Vote then alI wil, know ,hat , Yext; 5»d“» 2f- mandment, will try to get you to
Th- Anvil Herald one year $1 59-1 attempting to give plentv of room to . rnii , ,■ . ,, at:1‘r an^ lb> mother, hat t y ds.v > f0||0W their example. If you want to
nil ncrniu one year, ui rwim 10 a full and fair expression of the may oe long upon the land whica iA„ -I
it and Farming. $2.00. an approachmg car the driver miss- people’s wishes nas been recorded ‘he Lord thy God. giveth thee.” fathS lo the cW/mandmeit of yJu?
Erneot A. Bendele was a business 1 a tuivei am t e car was turned 8nd as Rwoj democrat, all can cheer- The average man would say this God. Then it will be well with you
caller at this office Saturday 1 completely over. Mr. Stalsby was'fully aoquje8Ce in th„ wui «f the commandment means that children ! even after you are grown. You will
f’ j thrown clear of the car and hit the ‘L ‘ ' -------~----------
C*n Bobb,e Finch fall in love? j curbing of the culvert with his head.
Ill say she does in Not So Bad ’ j The other occupants were pinned un-
CURLEE CLOTHES are well tail cier the overturned car. As soon as
ored and will stand the test of ser-' Passt rsb.v helped them from under
vice. LEIN WEBER’S the "reck, they rushed Mr. Stalsby
to the hospital and summoned a
maioritv should obey their parents, it means ’lave a good conscience, and will have
more, for obedience without love is a good name. Every right thinking
But it« on the other hand, it means obedience of the slave, jod r.- person respects young: people who
that our people are indifferent to quires even more than love, he want-, honor their parents and superiors,
the result and that a majority will Us to love our neighbor; but our and will help them along, while he
„«.y away ft. the poll, »„«. a
mmoritj faction decides the issue Gf fourth commandment: "‘Child- \<>u would like to be strong and
one way or the other no one will ran, uoey your parents in tne Lord: healthy when you are grown. Hon-
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Murphy return- ,---- — ------ .._ — ........., —.. ..___......... ............ ...... ...... „ _ — „.............
ed Thursday from a pleasant visit phy8,c,an- 1,ut was ‘he doctor’s ^ gatisfied. and dissension and con- f°r this is right. Honor thy father "ring your parents will help you to
with relatives at Hollywood, Californ-
Are oil investments safe? You will
know after you see “Not So Bad”, a
play in which only modern ideas and
The body was shipped to his old
home at Humble for interrment.
The deceased was about 34 years
old and is survived by his wife and
.r, im » »• j on, ,m.ll child. He ..il-well
!°r '*” * W»"> Floor.? Why hide them .ny I a„J h»d built up a nice
LEIN WEBER a longer? Let us install floors of Arm-! trade in his line and had many
opinion that death had been instanc-1 tentU)n is liable to folltn,
Headstones and Monuments! strong’s Linoleum. Many patterns in friends among his acquaintances.
Newmann, Agent for Nagel stock,
rederioksburg. Texas. 88-tf.
Mis: Marie Hindman returned to
and mother; which is the urst coir.- this end. Ask your doctor if this is
mandment with promise; that it may not true. You would like to take the
A pathetic feature of his death
is that he is the fourth brother out
SALE My residence on her home in San Antonio the first j of a family of five to meet accident-
northeast part of town, at 0f the week after a week’s visit here 1 al death. A younger brother surviv-
price. Aug. E. Weynand. 17tf. as the guest of Mrs. N. C. Johnson, j es and is at present enlisted in the
Barbering. Paid while learn- Mrs. Richard Schwarz and sons, j United States army,
e catalogue explains. Write, Armin and Dickey, were here Thurs- His grit f stricken loved ones have
Barber College, San Antonio, day from Fan Antonio, visiting Mrs. Hie sympathy of this tntire commun-
11-Gmop. A. C. Thallman. j ity.
my lands, both pasture and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wallace and
are posted. Violators will be yon, David, w“re here Sunday from
San Antonio visiting Mr. and Mrs., The regular meeting of the Soph-
JOHN H. SCHWEERS. A. C. Thallman. jan flub was held at the school build-
L. H. Ciabtree paid his an- Mrs. Frank Schroeder of Fan An-j ing Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. W. C.
11 to this office Monday and tonio spent several days here this j Brown presiding. Mrs. Theodore Cam-
richer by several dollars for week as the guest of her aunt, Mrs. eron was hostess for the afternoon
and his daughter’s subscrip- Ed. de Montel. returning to San An- i and Jack Muennink entertained the
tonio Friday, accompanied by Mrs. c,ub with a humerous reading.
Tht report of the nominating com-
mittee was accept; d and the follow-
sale at sacrifice, heavy coi de Montel.
iron tank. 10.000 gallon. Mrs. August Schmidt came in from
wer -an ■ mill and 12 ft. pan, Del Itio Tuesday and, after a short! ing officers were re-elected by ac-
re. Robert W. Barkuloo, phone visit with her aunt, Mrs. li. V. Hauss, j claimation:
22-4t. Here went on to Duniay where she President, Mrs. \\. C. Brown; V ice-
,rat-class boot and shoe repair- will be the guest cf her mother. Mrs. 1 President, Mrs. H. I.. Medlin; Stc-
rcUry-Treasurer. Mrs. E. J. Knopp;
Librarian, Mrs. R. H. Hudspeth; Par-
amo top recovering call on Adella Bendele for a few days.
reiten at \\ m. Neumann oil Miss Nora Schuehle. daughter of
Work guaranteed satisfac- Mr rntf Mrs. Henrv Schuehle of ‘amentar,a"’ ‘V17,' (’ianie"';
“• Stum Hill was accidenta'ly hot last , _ n _ .
Poehler was u business call- Saturday through the leg Uy h< r litt’ ' u,1R,1,al’ ai‘' ‘ r^' ' U"' °r'
is office Saturday and took brother who was handling a 22 cal- : ,s' ' *va ’ " ” a‘ *3ttn
t , | ... ... ... ...... lv mover here from Nixon, Texas
or our c!ul> offer to rea l ibre r fie, not knowing that it was • , . . .
,, n ,, v . . . . was elected to membership m th.
js ®nd the Dallas News next loaded. , , . „ .... .,
club. After thej business session th
J. M. Hanson, the fur buyer whose j dub 0JM.ned the 8tudy by Mrs. Edw.
Anvil Herald’s phone No. is advertisement appears elsewhere in, Camcron leading in the lesson on
lhe phonc when you need thi» Paper was a business caller | Edith Wharton; Mrs. Fletcher Davis
rtm? (,r advertising and you this office the first of the week. Mr.1
-uteri on by a representative Hanson says he is buying lots of
41-tf pelts and the fur- are of good quality,
purse containing $<’>.75 and He is offering prices thi> week that
pennies in front of Thallman's ought to make it hard for any var-
shnp Tuesday morning, mint to keep his hide unt;l spring,
li ple.ise notify J. M. Saath- Mrs. Margaret Shaw and son, Will
m " *“• 25-lt-pd. Shtiw. of Mercedes, spent several days
how the vote goes. ^ well with thee, and thou mayest right stand to your God. I know you
Let Us not invite such u situation, live long on the earth. And, v • would. He says, “Honor thy father
Let us all vote_vote our own sent- fathers, provoke not your children to and thy mother.” He even tells you
iments as we fee! after mature de- )*rath: !'ut b.rin* tbem up »" th« ^nur: d” S°’ ‘ That ^ m3y
ture and admonition oi tne Lord, be well with thee.
liberation the welfare ot our littl** Servants, be obedient to them that I know you love your parents. I
town will be best served—and then, are your masters accoruing to the know you would like for it to be well
after the votes are counted, without flesh, with fear and trembling, in v/ith them. It will be well with them
any chagrin at whatever of disap- «nglen«a of your heart, as unto too if you honor them. It will make
: . Christ; not with eye service, is men- burdens lighter. (If you do not know
pointmtnt may result, iet us contin- p|eaaers; but as the servants of Jhrisr it, let me tell you a seciet: your
ue to work together to keep Hondo— doing the will of God from the heart, parents have heavy burdens to bear),
whether incorporated or not—the with good will doing service, as to They will carry them with a smile
best place in the world in which to ‘J* Lour,i; and not ^ men: knowing and with a light heart if they see
that whatsoever good thing any man ‘hat you honor them. It will keep
'ive" doeth, the same shall receive of the them young. It enriches their lives.
Let us not be indifferent to our Lord, whether he be bond or free. It makes them happy. You want to
The guests of Mrs, R. N. Speece
And, ye masters, do the same things see them happy, don’t you! Then hon-
unto them, forbearing threatening: >r them, serve them, obey, love and
knowing that your Master also w in esteem them while you have them
heaven; neither is there respect of with you. And if God keeps them for
persons with Him.” you until you yourself are grown,
We shall look at this command- st>l he well with them. It
and Mrs. O. Schuehle - Forty-Two nient from Paul’s viewpoint: was not wed w'tb ‘hat father whose
patty on Thursday, January 4, at “THE FIRST COMMANDMENT 90n was being led to the gallows to
the American Legion Hall enjoyed Wl J H PROMISE.”
Mrs. Mary Eichhorn, aged 78 years,
died Monday, January 2nd at the
Agnes Armstrong and daugh- here as the guests of Mrs. Shaw's: home of her daughter, Mrs. Philip
s- Ralph Nickles, were here grand-daughter, Mrs. T. B. Knopp. Haass, at Black Creek. The luneral
on the plot and characters of th
novel. ‘ The Age of Innocence”, and
Mrs. H. E. Medlin on the setting.
AGED LADY PASSES.
“n Antonio Thursday looking Accompanied by Mrs. Knopp, Mrs
iusiness interests. They were Shaw and son went to San Antonio
lanied by Mrs. Joe L. Fohn, Monday to be at the bedside of Mrs.
Nt the day visiting old-time Maggie Ragland, who recently un-
derwent a major operation at one
just installed a new vulean- of the hospitals in San Antonio,
take care of all sizes of tires. J. M. Me Lease was a visitor to
your damaged tires. Do not Hondo Thursday. Mr. McLease came
away when the work can to Medina County on the sad mission
^ here under a guarantee of of burying his wife, an account of
tien. (itizens Motor Car Co., whose demise appears elsewhere in
eynand. 26-tf. this paper. He lives at Jennings,,
'■ Haass, Attorney-at-Law, Louisiana, where he owns a prosper-
T* Office, Courthouse, Hon-j our semi-weekly newspaper, and will
88 All legal matters care- carry back with him to his lonely
‘boded to, in all courts of home the sympathy of a large number
Manager Medina County Ab- of friends.
•'Hibany. Road MapS of Me- j Dr. and Mrs. O. B. Taylor had
y. cloth, $5. paper, $3. IS as their guests at a turkey dinner
your Printing it done at , Sunday the following: Mrs. Robert
y >ur 'oc*l printer* it means de Montel and daughters, Misses
n " money is kept in Hondo, j Hazel and Octavia, of Castrovillo,
ln lou St'nd away and have Judge and Mrs Ed de Montel, Mrs.
J°u are aiding an institution Price of New Orleans, Judge and
(8 nothing about the develop-1 Mrs. H. E Haass, Mr. and Mrs.
yt)Uf ‘own nor your success. Fletcher Davis, Misses Lucile de Mon-
1 ' tb‘a over before you make ; Octavia and Lucy Davis and
Ralph de Montel and Ivan Murphy.
You can start the New year off
no better than by subscribing or
paying up for your home town papers
—The Anvil Herald and Farming.
The two will he sent anywhere fur
only $2.00, and to the first ten so
paying up during the new year we
will also send the National Farm
News one year at no additional cost.
Think of it, three valuable papers for
the cost of most county seal papers
r|tt letters occasionall)
se Printed stationery? Wt
“ b°X 01 200
envelopes, all neatly
if rr name ttnd address
„ A0, • Voo Can’t beat it
idler b® ! j”° “P' ”r
b>H and we will mai)
;he r„ ,-P°st p:dd anywher*
0f thii P“Per’* cl,
Addrca, The Flctch..
“ bh"l'- Hondo. Texna
look place here on Tuesday after-
noon, Rev. Heineke, pastor of the
Lutheran church, officiating.
Mrs. Eichhorn was the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Damon and was
born at Castroville in 1850. Early
in life she married Gustave Eichhorn,
who preceded her in death a good
many years. Four children were born
to them, Adolph, Gustave, Mrs.
Phillip Haass and Miss Annie Eich-
horn, but only the two latter sur-
She was buried in the Hondo Cem-
etery, Tuesday, Rev. H. A. Heineke
performing the last sad rites at the
TO THE PUBLIC.
As we come to the close of our
first year at Hondo, we desire to
express our deep appreciation, and
gratitude for the liberal patronage
given us. We have endeavored to
render efficient and courteous service
and give 100 cents for every dollar
spent with us. In another column of
this paper you will find a list of
special prices offered this week, and
we take this opportunity of inviting
you to come to our store and take
advantage of these prices and many
others we offer. Again thanking you
and extending you ever a cordial wel-
come. We wish you a prosperous
be hanged, and who said, “My father
the novel experience of beimr two- Tbe fourth commandment is the budt those gallows although he was
the novo experience ot Dung two ^ ^ dn t f the totlHuier. not a carpenter.” Nor was it well
faced and yet perfectly proper, the ation of the child lt is> a, it W(itv> with that mother whose daughter,
occasion being the birthday of Janus, jt0 religion. It is also the first cum- "avinP g°ne wrong said, “It is your
the two faced god and patron of war. mandment of the second table of U1UH. mother. But it was- well with
. the Law. the first of those con tbut mother, whose son said. “When
>ur uj y was a boy n,y mother would lay
to an. first in order and first tn ! 'J baad °n my bead every night
of JatfUs which was pre ,id*d over by importance. He who observes . - when she put me to bed, and would
the »mall g .1 lanu/i • ■ i received fourth nimatidment w;e-r f "ray. ‘Lord keep and bless my hov.
hand ua.ated tallies '-nicting the "ther si.: a wo. Ue shall he aid’ in alter Iite, every time I wastunpt-
... | f get che reason for this trm \ it t0 sin, it seemed as it I ielt my
goes smiling ami gloomy counten- j0j]0WS mother s hand resting upon my head,
ame. Later chg triumphant 84 bid- Tno command is to honor fort r and heard her praying Lord keep
ders found silver and _-d wrapped and mother, that is, to regard : e>n and bb’ss my b<>y U you ,ready
«~PW “ " »< .....n and high,y. j.te™ him .. , ,■ pu ><»»
Like the Romans of old. before a con
test the guests approached the arch |,1an '“^'ts^whith .-ho., ii
tinsel at the small dWtv’s feet. Miss £od Himself has placet, o r ...
_ Hia epre-s ntatives to us. A j ■
Lillian Brucks and Mrs. F. H.
tuts. God will keen His promise.
saying states tins thought l" ,‘^nd' .'neidmtally, it will be well
Schweers tied for h gh score. t.-od couidn’t ten ! to everyth ng, - ’a ith society m general, wit.i the com-
Hicke; salad He ma te mothers.” ' ;«unity; Show me a home, in which
Thi hosteses serve .
A chnd who looks uj>on its tu, "
saltines, pickles, rmiato chins, hot
* , and mo..it. as leprestntatives t 1 u
coffee and tiny - intis _ , figure.' \»(l, . .macqumtly obey them,— > j-i
for fa vers to the folio v ug: M-:sdames qu kly. pum tual.y, entirely a-' dr
F. Batot, H. Bradley, S. Boon*. L out murmuring, lor it is v • - m.n-i
Brucks, E. '’ante: in. ii. C. Jurney. !ul tna'' 11 tr.u? honoring *v •
_ „ iU parents out also Go . Su
F. Schweers, I.. I. “ haus- cj,jjd ivjjj j0Ve and esteem father it:.:
on, and Missss Lilli-; ; and Bess mother. A woman in calico took i
Grucks, Nan Casbeer. P. >hbie Finch, seat near the front in a ehurc:
Willie D. Fly, Emma Hoiges. Pearl Uslurs “politely” ushereo her to v
, rear. The minister, Dwight L-. I >o. ■
Fawcett and Lena ■>< -i walked down the aisle to the woman
The next hostesses if the * lub will and led her to the platform. F.<<.....
he Mrs. Felix Batot and Mrs. Oscar the audience he said something like
the children are not admonished and
encouraged to honor, serve, obey,
love and esteem their parents and
superiors, and 1 will reveal to you a
very hot-bed of criminal tendencies.
.Select the children in a community,
who deliberately despise and dis-
kase their parents and superiors
by word and deed, and you have be-
fore you the future criminals of that
community. Parents who fail to ap-
preciate their parental authority and
responsibility, and neglect to bring
up their children to respect and obey
rightful authority, are producing a
this,FHends,” neTt*to^God," alt that generation of law-breakers. On the
I have and am, 1 owe to this woman, -nf««ement of the fourth command-
---:---- the most wonderful woman in tne ment by Pa.™ts* and ,,n »ts observ-
LUTHERAN LADIES ENTERTAIN, world, mv mother.” A child who he- a,K'e by eliiMren, law and order,
_____ holds in its parents God’s represent- Peace and prosperity, the safetly of
The Lutheran Ladle,' Aid Society all,..- will not fail to nerve them. J'1”-' ^ tdh”“nd"“
met in the home of Mr,. Ge ,r*e Ben- "Jd ,b«>' ar-' :,rrtn-J The second promise that God lives
c. , and heaithy, but also, and especially, k . • i L *.u- i
dele Sr. Wednesday afternoon. Jan- whe,, the/bec(,me weak and Vuk a,-d h,m <,bf‘‘rves this command-
uary 4. Reports of the work accomp- oUl. Dry,Jen’s picture, taken from .if-. me"t. “■ A"d„th«u mayest 1've ’on‘r
lished during the year were read by will not apply to such a child: on the. eartb" 11.occasionally hap-
the officers and chairmen of the com- He struggles first for nreath
mittees. The election of officers fol- Th -*n hia mother's -up . . .. .
lowed with the following results: laid. nile, the P^son who conscientiously
President, Mrs. Alfred Mechler; He creeps, he walks, and issuing - : keeps this commandment will hve to
’ • a ripe, old age, according to God s
promise. But whether he lives long
on earth in years or not, his life will
be “long” in real service rendered
pens that obedient, loving children
die in their youth, but such excep-
tions do not change the rule. As a
vice-president, Mrs. 0. J. 31e3.s; sec- man,
... . Grudges their lile from when,-- ns
retary, Mrs. Alice Reinhart: treas- *wn b
urer, Miss Lucile de Montel. Reckless of laws, affects to rule , . » ,, . ,,, ,, . ,,
ed1!!"soXrhlL^v'l 'enjo^d"!^! When’ced commands, “Honor thy ^^^r^han'tt
dainty refreshments of chicken sand- ^‘honor alw th«?torihJm father 'housand.”‘ “Surely Rjjodness and
wches, cake, cookies, hot coffee and and i)10ther deiegate their authority. mercy sha11 t,.,lloIw l”t. a 1 d.ayB ®f
chocolate were s rved t» twenty- He wants us to look upon our teach- ,,Iiy 1 11 ^j11 ^ rd f r ver ” ^ '
three members and several guests. ers. our pastors and our government- r,’^e °h ethe0rpiainfemany a
REPORTER. aut^t,es a'30 “ Goa s father and nioth<>’. - But how can I
representatives. Many passages from b my girl to honor me?
TO HAVE do 'itr Here „ the ...
“HIGH SCHOOL HERO
FINAL NEXT WEEK.
.—___ mand this interpretation. Miss Lena '"j1 ''Y,u?..i“l'u UCCUB»
“High School Hero”. Fox Films D.one rightly applied this into?re- ^
comedy drama of youth, picturing tatmn when she o d her Drst-graders. jf R has been broken down in your
the romances and adventures of boys J" !l[.|7J-our*moth!n”'^‘ch.Ui who or. b.u!ld il 'f has ,,evpr
and girls of a modern high school. honor3 father and mother will also be,en pm;ted th‘‘re; Gather your fam:
vvill have a showing at the Colonial, honor teacher. He will also honor gverv evening' for TfamU^ worship,
theatre next week Sally Phipps,1 as God s representatives those wno intercede privately for every mem-
titan haired beauty. Nick Stuart.' wifi0 he "honor the ’“riilet’ ' her of your faniily- If you have the
Charles Paddock, fanmuns sprinter, »the “iniater „f God. a revenger to W
and John Harrow ire in the featur - execute wrath upon him that does u 1 11 ,IVer, onu ** 'V-T/
rolps I evil”, according to Romans 13, for .W,H „aee result.s’ Y?ur chlldren
i,. m, ,.i.a,i,«.............
‘ »h. hnnnr their f .th.r ’»«•' «f
pastors and the governmental author-
i‘its. Then God can and will fulfill
may be well
that is appealing to everyone.
ji.nd mother, God gives a two-fold
I promise. The first is “that it may I.e His"promise, -“That it
. well with thee, that is vviat we a:I L. . ,u . - .
A $40.00 16 oz. Bluvs Serge suit yearn for, that it may be well with )n ^e'1 earth'" 1<>U U<>
for $32.00. This offer expires Jan.1 “*»■ The surprising thing is that man; ......1_ ..____
See Mr. Barry, the fun-maker, in
“Not So Bad”. 25tf"' »nade‘
2o-2t. no( receive God’s promise is, t o.
Don’t miss seeing Mr. Brewster,
a first class butler, in “Not So Bad”
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