The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, November 22, 1935 Page: 4 of 7
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Ihiy tin I th Ed i lot nn,| fp, #
ho mu dr- doubly thankful i| ml r • \
advorti-ing limit,',, .-t**it „
od in early (hi \ , un
holiday with hii ei*#y co
Foil SALK rhi-nn r<.
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1 1-2 nnlo Southwest of Hondo, Tex
n Might it n; for i, oi third grid
fourth MK8. BLANCHE M. HP. A A
Hi, Admini-qrntix. lam-no, lex. He.
tii t the hiilm of making your pur-
chase* by the advertiamtnt: in thi-
impiT. T'-ll your merchant the paper
should t uny hi* trade announcement*
for th« convenience of his patrons.
In this way nil will bo better served
and nil will profit, tf
Mr. am) Mrs. Peter Weynand cel-
wbrated their r>Oth wedding anniver-
sary November D’th A turkey din-
ner with nil the trimmings wan en-
joyed by the immediate family. Mr.
and Mi Herbert VVeynnnd unit fam-
ily of Somerset were th» only out-
of-town quests present.
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conducted tile fuiieml ■■■Mice ,
win b IhiMui .vn mum in ih.
I.utbtian cemetery. ’|'b« poll
vi s were: toininy Hcltuehart ol
Dllatii-, Mutiutl m lim l*.n t ol Km-
me.lmu, h ied and hnun G unbolt of
Sun Antonio, Alfred Hchwcer* of
ituiioo unu .Iton Runs of San An-
i ht bereaved family, and < perial-
ly her aired futhtr and mother to
whom she had been especially dear
and closely devoted, huve the nympu-
hv of n larire circle of friends. They
have lost a much loved daughter, her
husband and stm a wile and mother
wh<*-c love and devotion never falter-
ed anti her other relatives and
friends one who wa- universally
This writer re mem hers her per-
sonally as on# of hi- favorite pupils
when as an eleven-yeai-old school
ki I, Hulda Wurzbach ln>i eame to
school to him at l;an Geroniino in
the early fall of DOS. As a happy,
carefree child he, sterling integrity
and beautiful temperament foretold
the lovely character into which -he
developed in womanhood. 1 he
world is poorer by the passing of one
so good, so lovable; it is a cheering
thought to hope heaven is made more
beautiful by her going.
Billie Merritt and .1, H. Rothe es-
1 raped ad iou injury Wednesday af-
I ternoon when they were hit by an
! auto driven by a Mexican, near their
j homes here. The two high school
students were walking down the
■ street reading their school paper
I when the car came around a comer
and was upon them before they could
get out of the v.-ay. Both sustained
painful cut- and bruises.
ci,nipped to do all
d commercial punting and our
are reasonable, \\ can also
your ordeis foi lithogmphmg,
I’d or blank-book manufae
« hen ii s office or cummer-
cihI stationery ring telephone 127
V<>ui attention is called to the in
vi lotion elsewhere in t hi - paper to
attend the church Thanksgiving cel-
ebiatiun at the IJuihi l.u lu n.n iMin-h
hat. on November 2K, There will be
all kinds ol entertainment features,
a barbecue supper and a play by local
talent. The publie is cordially invit-
Mr. and Mrs. Bland Martin came
in from Houston Friday night and
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alf.
Hruoks. Mrs. Martin is a cousin of
Mrs. Bracks’, and a granddaughter
of th< late Rev. Fred Bohmfalk. Mr.
and Mrs. Martin returned to Hous-
Melvin Barth was a busim* s caller
at thi.-. office Batuiday. lit* came to
m<... u)i the date anothei notch for
the Anvil Herald for hi- gtandmoth-
er, Mrs. August Barth. i'ht.s paper
has never mis ed its weekly visit t,>
the Bailh hi.me (luting th. now more
than thirty-two v*ars we huve pub-
Mrs. It J. Noonan and Mrs. L. E.
Heath were hostesses of the monthly
caul party at St. John’s School Wed-
re.,day afternoon. Mrs. Alfred
Sehwer rs wi n the prize in bridge and
Mi-s Huida Xe ter won the high five
prize for high scores. The hostesses
serve refreshments of doughnu.-i
Mr. and Mrs. John Bind haw, after
u n s dai ling i
NOTICI t'l INTENT TO APPLY
I t’K C,\< Not I t |< >• Ml
I All. STORE Lit KNSI
W. J Brin k*. a citizen of the
United State*, and a re- ident of Ni<
dma • ounty, Texas, for mote than
three yeaia, in confomiit.v with
House Bill No. 17 of t h** niiiiiiI
t ailed Session (,f the I Ith la-gn>latore
of the State of Texas, hereby give
notice that, he will upply for a pack
age liquor store license to te i -tied
to hint doing bu-iness under his own
name, and who is the sole owner op-
erating his place of busine s at Hon-
do, Texas, on parts of Lots Ih to JO
m Blotk 16 jt.
Hated Nov. 10, 1036.
W. J BRUCKS.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Al>-
PLY FOR RETAIL PACKAGE
I, P. 11. Renkcn, a citizen of the
United States, and a resident citizen
«.f Medina County, Texas, t>.i more
than three years, in conformity with
* loose till! No. 77 of the .-second
Called Ses.-.-ion of the -14th Legi-ia
ture of the State of Texas, lien v
give notice that I will apply foi a
retail package liquor store license to
be issued to ine, doing business u.un i
my own name, and jus sole owner, and
to operate said business on a part of
Lot y, Block ti, of the tow n of Hondo,
in Medina Countv, Texa 2te.
P. H. KEN KEN.
Dated Nov. 20th, 1033.
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mes of Hondo mid , m
Mr Frit* Iondre of
La oste were the name* lulled
Tuesday night at the weekly lank
night event sponsored by the Colonial
I heatre The amounts of Jloti and
kin ic-qwtivel) would have gone to
the above had they been piea*nt.
Next lue-day the accounts will be
IIno and ldd.no.
The annual homecoming of South-
west Texas State Teacher* Colb ge
in San Marco* on November 2J and
23 is expected to attract several
teachers of the Hondo Public School
«h received their training in S W,
T. R. C. Elaborate plan - hav. i -<-n
maue to insuie two days of Interi *t
ing and varied events in honor °f I norm- with
those returning to their Alma Mater.
Rev. amt Mrs. R W. Merrill te
turned Wednesday from San An
oho ‘here Mr- M< rill underwent
an operation. She , n- ed the onl'ai
atislactorii.v and is now well on th-
road to iwovery. Rev. Merrill a.-ks
rrs io announce that the morning ami
evening services will be held at the
u-ual hour n• xt. Sunur. at the Bap-
tist church, The public is invited to
all the services of the church.
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Now is the time to come in and
select your Xmas Gifts. We
keep them for you and this is
the place to get the Biggest
$1.00 Values. Make out your
list, and if we do not have it
we will get it for you.
Have you tried the new cream?
Armand’s Blended, in 20c, bOc
75c and $1.60 jars.
The MARRIETTA HALL TOI-
LET GOODS. Among them is
a dandy Skin Freshne-r for 50c.
HONDO HOTEL l
MEALS SERVED FAMILY
STYLE BY DAY OR
ALL TEXAS BOTTLED BEER
10c A BOTTLE
Mr. and Mrs. George Baccus ::
:> pie;.-ant M.-it to relative.- in thi. j FUTURE FARMERS OF
vicinity and at Utopia, left Tuesday
for their home at LaPorte. They
have a large, airy home right on th-
beaeh at LaPorte with a pier extend-
ing into the bay, the picture of which
seems to invite one *o go fishing. Mr.
Bind haw says that fishing has not
been so good thi- yea., however, as
it usually is at LaPorte.
Mr. and Mrs. V. 11. Blocker left
Monday evening tor New York City.
They are motoring thtough and v.i.i
visit in Washington, D. C. before
coninuing to New Y'ork from which
plaee they will ship by steamer to
Mr. Blocker’s new station at Fort
de France, island i<>f Maitini(fu"i
West Indies. This paper joins their
friends in wishing then; a sate jour-
ney and a pleasant sojourn on their
Get your Mickey Mouse
Watches and Alarm Clocks here
now. Remember, last Xmas
everybody sold out.
Pound jars Nycest Cleansing
and Tissue Cream, special
at ............................... 49c
It is a good one or your money
Yes, we have Marrow’s
in aJl sizes.
LET US BE YOUR
WUri you will find ovorythiu*
advertised for awl* la a
food Drug Store.
THE NEWEST FALL
Curved Panel Heels
Cradle Soles—Picot Tops
Chiffon and Service Weight
We cordially invite you to im-pect
our new showings in Fall Hosiery
and Lingerie. All of the latest shades
and styles at popular prices.
Check the features of these
hose for beauty, then give them
the test of wear. You’ll want
Chalk Finish Rayon
Plain tailored and fancy trim-
med styles. Good quality chalk
Newest uplift and elastic
modes. Complete range Q C _
of size#................... “UC
ELASTIC KNIT GIRDLES
Rayon striped elastic. 2-way
stretch. Small, med.
& large sizes aJvC
The Green Tag Store
MEMBER OF BEN FRANKLIN LEA CUE OF RETAIL STORES.
Nestle method permanently wa-td
fair without destroying gloss and
texture of normal ha r, dre*«ed in
modern individual type after sham) »•>
end thoroughly dried will retain
ELECT DELEGATES TO KINGS- coiffure after necessary daily mire nt
VILLE CONVENTION. j hair. Daily application of water t»
hair is detrimental to hair texture
Hugo Schweers and Ben Oi finger Marinello face powder, lotions and
were elected delegate by the Hond . ''reams are sold here and u.-<d f< »
chapter of F. F. A. to represent them scientific care of face, hair and scalp
at the convention which wiil be heid a necessity foi health LADIES
at the Texas College of Arts and In- BEAUTY SHOPPE,
dustries Saturday, Nov. 23. I tv>u cm- t
The purpose of this meeting will' -SALE—5-room cottage wth
be to elect A.ea F. F. A. officers and f a,;sed'in s'cePm»? P««’h. located on
organize Area X into a chnsvei in or- half***re tof, 'K™"* n, “' » hool;
der that it may participate in the <:®niPhAe bathroom with septic tank;
State and National h. F. A. programs. ■ *'v '’lectric wiling in conduit; piped j from Hun be comforted m her J*
The boys ■will accompany Mr. j , * ^vash house, chicken house; \ (jays. She appreciated the pn &
Sadler, Vocational Agriculture teach-, *e,'<^ house and 2-cow barn, all fenced administration of Word ami Stem
or, to Kingsville. They plan to spend !ind vrozs-fenced. FINE WELL OF | menu,
a short time visiting tit.* King ranch PCRE WATER; windmill, tank and
and the college farm along with the 1 tank house; water piped nil over yard
livestock show whicn will uc in pi->«- so that garden can he irrigated. Brice
res3 at this time. <2500.00—part cash and bainnee to
----::---- | suit purchaser. Apply at this office
POSTED. | or phone 127-2 rings.
could In* m mi imtl
moUier in thv.r !a*i i,
rare* pi is ii« «c [ot m,
wiic \ciy ihankful
I he dt'tiai teal a ic
diapOMtian, plain and i
ol i Uggc d ( In iKtiutf i t
1 rally *iir was gifted w
l and aircngth ainiont h
and she* olten refern
*itn gialelul heart.
I However, wiUi sunshine com.
I the <clorm and aotrow wa
known in he i »|mui of In,,
one brother, Henry, an.i
Mrs. John Gro<«-ebach< \|- ti.-,
vtmklei and Mi^*- i hn<tum .-
laid to rest us well as thn*
children and on.- gn-at grxi.iy^
The hardest blow came when -g
life's companion wus Uk.-n fnm. ,vr
j side on August 17. I;mi- Her
I sustained her in this gn at nrm
j. fn ai<« had a source ot * mfoftgg
go< d care in tier children, ri kainde
Mrs. Lejnweber * ut 1 • r.-«t fromsgt
(iressure dumig tin derlieum
years of her life, this ai.ment £-i
na.iy robbed he, of u n« < s-*jy out
of her daily routine, wt '.vasvg^j
lor she regiettc-.l hei inaiiihtytek
as active a- befoic. In July of th
year (die became bedlast for a MS-
ber of week- So severe was tits*
taik of illness that her recovery**
nutaculotx. The Lord hcari ta
piayers ol His people atni the iWwrt*
ed was able to i>‘ up and wot
again. However, she became mas
i-ul missive to the warning rtftiia
and was willing to follow the Lerfi
call. It came when on luesuii tf
in week a s I'd.- left rer pa.ta.f
pmalyzed. and after a 'i;ef |
ing, she was called horn* on ^eca*
doy, Nov. 13, at 5 P. M. Her -S>
men were at the bedside when tk
end came. She attained the
70 year*, 6 months and 11 <l»iv-
H*r praaaM pa i IH
members the deceased as a rtfW
and faithful church-goer, *nd »
who found joy in hearing Goft
Word. She knew her true C
ion was Christ the Savior, and Hi
she would serve and do honor. Oi
Our pastures are posted according “t'1? “n<1 JMr’
to law. Ail hunters aic warned to * Hlchia1r,i a* their
A L HAEGELIN,
R. W. RICHTER,
GUS. S( HR El BEK,
First class job
gue.-ts over the week-Wid hi(ther
< harles Kahm and Dr. and Mrs. Leo
Kahm of Louisville, Kentucky, and
Mrs. R. E. Kahm of San Antonio,
'he party, accomi»nied by Mr.
Richard Iteily, enjoyed a hunt on
the f.u* Rothe ranch on the Seco.
They were very lucky, the first day
bagging three big deer, and two more
Monday morning. Mrs Leo
Kahm killed a 6-prong buck the first
day. The party returned to San An-
tonio Monday afternoon.
If You Were To
Build a House
YOUR FIRST STEP WOULD BE TO BUILD A GOOD FOUNDA-
TION. IT IS ALSO IMPORTANT TO BUILD A GOOD FOUNDA-
TION FOR A GOOD LAYING FLOCK OF HENS FOR NEXT FALL
OUR MATINC OF SELECTED WHITE LEGHORNS WILL INSURE
YOU OF EXCELLENT LAYERS FOR THE COMING YEAR.
PLACE YOUR ORDER TODAY
FOR BABY CHICKS AND STARTER CHICKS.
l^eft to mourn this good mot*
are her eleven children ai of
are residents of Medina
From the eldest to th* youngest t*!
at**: Mr*. Charlie Nietento-cfer,
Leinweber, Mr*. Lee Hardt, lw
Leinw-eher, Louis Leinweber, <4^
Leinweber, Mr*. Alfred Schlf£*
Mrs. Christian N'ietent■-* f»r-
Edward Moehring, Mr-. Albert J*"
hoff, and Mr*. Waiter SaatM-
al:-o leaves 36 grandchildren *-*
great grandchildren, J brotzers.
Lou it* and Fritz Stingier, and cM *
ter, Mrs. Frank .Vloebiu- l"4 'Ju
cornlort the bereaved heart*
Funeral services wer< h*lc
Thursday, Nov. 14, in Bond1 w-
11. A Heineke, formerly ’■
St. Paul’*, Hondo, waa invited toF"
the German addies* in the
Funeral Home. He (tai l a
bute to the deceased on ba**J ®
pa.s-age Ilebrew* 13, 17. u,a
signed had charge of the
giave, u.-ing as a U xt
Interment was made in G*1'
'I he grandson* served as P* ‘ J
er*. They were Charles.
vin and Milton Leinweber, ■
Moehring and Elmer Nietenh^*
Jesus still lead on, I
Till our rest be won, I
And altho the way be cheef
We will follow, calm and ^
Guide us by Thy hand.
SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON ORDERS PLACED BEFORE JAN. 1.
SES OR WRITE FOR FULL INFORMATION.
MUMME’S LEGHORN FARM
CLARENCE MUMME. Manager.
If you are a reader of this P*Jj
you should have FARMIN'1 ^
a quarter when renewing * 0 ^
bo‘h papers a year for ' ’nig
than most county seat papers s ^
OR. M. S. DERANKOO
Graduate and Re^i»,ere<,
Second Floor of
Office Day*: Thur.day,
Eyes Scientifically Lx#min
and Glasses Fitted
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, November 22, 1935, newspaper, November 22, 1935; Hondo, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563433/m1/4/: accessed March 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.