The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, February 26, 1937 Page: 2 of 8
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SUBSCRIPTION R \TKS:
Within Hondo’* trade area
dint, Atascosa, Frio, Uvalde,
dtrn and Bexar Countie*) one
With Fartnine, both together one
Outside this area, one year 12.00
With Fanning, both together one
year ................................ $2.25
HONDO, TEXAS, FEB. 20, 1037
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with Mr, and Mr*. Walter Reicherxer
| and family near Lytle.
Mi*. (iu* />in*inoyer and *on of San
I Antonio are spending a few- day* with
Mr, and Mi*, leu Zinsmeyer and
j daughter* here.
Mr and Mts. George ('hn*tilles
land on, Manod, viaited Mr. and Mr*
L. G. Gutzeit in San Antonio Sunday.
Mis. la-na KcieherZer and daugh
ter, Mr*. Oswald Keller, were m Sun
Antonio on bustne** Wednesday.
Mr. and Mr*, A. N. Mangold' and
«on* of ( liff were the guests of Mr,
and Mr*. M. A. Meehler at the Sauz
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bohl were in
from the farm visiting Mr and Mrs.
Oswald Keller Sunday evening.
Mrs. Ida Bippert returned home
from San Antonio Sunday, where -he
had b<*en visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
Wni. Schmidt, recuperating from a
Messrs. William, F. A. Edward
Harry and Howard Bohl visited San
Antonio and Converse on bustnes-
Monday. Enroute home from Con-
vet se they stopped for a visit to Ran-
Harold Mangold spent the week-
end with homctolks at Medina Lake.
Mi. and Mrs. Thomas Masterson
from San Antonio were visiting Mrs.
Lena Ketchcrzer nere F’riday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Wernette from
Riomedina visited in I^aCoste and
Natalia Saturday. They expect to
move next week to Natalia to make
their home, where Mr. Wernette will
no, and Mi** Eva
It* Wet. Ik ii "|| a
i, Sebastian l’*t hirhart and Mr*
T*< hirhnrl and daughter* were
I nf relative* at Hondo Sunday
and Mr*. A. K. Schott and
children and Mr. and Mi*. .1 f
Si holt, who wa* operated on for a|>
tieiidiritie at the '■binta R" a Ho*;utal
ia»t week. They report that he I*
well on the way to recovery.
Mi *danic lly Ahr, Cornelius
Met hler, Gabo IVhirhart an 1 daugh
ter* wi-ii guest* in the Nie Tondre
home at Ata*cu*a Thursday.
Mr* Theresa Meehler and d:tug
ter. Mr* Tom Young and Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Rclzung from San An-
tonio were here on a visit Friday
Mi-* Mabel Tondre of San Antomv
wa* at home the past week nursing
her mother. Mrs. A. H. Tondre, who
wu down v*ith the flu.
Mts. Josephine Naegelin, Mrs.
( ha*. Su>'h, and Miss Elia Hughs
were visiting Misdames Edmund and
Stanley Ha by at Munlay Sunday.
Mrs. 0. C. Reicherzer and baby.
Carolyn, and Mrs. Alfred Keller and
daughter, Cornelia, from LaCost*
were visiting in the P. J. Tschirhart
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Scherrtr and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Et-
tei front the Sauz spent Sunday with
Misses Agnes, (Tara and Julia Scher-
rer in San Antonio.
Mrs. A. A. Christilles, Mr. and1
Mrs. Albert Pawley, Mr. and Mr. Joe
Christilles of San Antonio were visit-
ing Mrs. Tt-te Rihn and the Ft. J. Rihn
family Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Biediger and
grandchildren, Lcnora and Joe Sittre
from Ik* Devin* Newt.
I \M> < OMPANY HONORS
COURT WITH LUNCHEON
The Medina Irrigation Farms, Inc.,
hud a* honor guest*, Monday no"ti,
the new Commissioner* court, of M"
dinu County, in a luncheon which
la*tei| two hour* and wa* boosted by
short tulks from visiting guest*. Man
iiger M. E. Du Bo#*, of the Water
District Presided and introduced f11**t
Mr. Price the Vice President and
General Manager of the land coin
puny, who expressed the wishes of
th' company to meet with and get
aenuainted with the new court, Judge
Arlhui II. Roth* responded by -aying
it is indeed a new court, as he the
judge and two of the county com-
missioners, are new men and the
other two, just beginning their
second term, in the court. Mr. Kuthe
said they would do their best to co-
operate in the matter of roads to mar-
ket desired, but were hundicapped
for funds. He insisted that the land
company and water district co-oper-
ate in trying to devise some manner
in which more funds may be had.
Last Friday ard Saturday's basket
l all tournament held at Hondo was
very interesting. Mr. Loek, our bas-
ket ball coach, was there with his
team both days and were fortunate
to win the tournament.
Mr. Smith our Superintendent'at-
tended both days and took great in-
of being 71 year# old, leaving hi*
widow, three son* and three daugh
(or*, and *even grandchildren, three
brothci and three sinter*, all of
whom were prearnl at the funeral.
Mr. and Mr*, \iigust Kohmfulk.
Mi. ami Mr*. Augu*t Gerde*, Mrs
Christine Gride#, Mr. Etnil Itohnifnlk
Mr, and Mr- Frit* S, nne, Mr and
Mi*. Charlie ilii’trmn, Mr*. F, W
ilohnifiilk and Mr*. Luellu Ward
attended the funeral of (he late M L
.suntled f at Turpley Sunday.
Mr* Joe Ward received a menKage
Sunday ihat one of h**t re ice* had
pa- sed away at Carriro Spring*.
Mis* Fra net.* W’iUon it at home re-
cunerating from attack of ii.omnIc*.
Mis Tulloch returned ftom Belton
after an absence of two week*.
There have been quite a number of
case* of flu during the pa#t few
weeks, but all .tie convalescing.
Mrs. Kate Mucnnink was called to
Free on account of the illnc-s* of her
daughter, Mr*. Marvin Bohmfalk.
Mr. and Mrs W. B. Ward and Mr
and Mrs. Marvin Mucnnink and Mr
Kay W ard motored to Freer Sunday
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ward
a new baby boy having arrived there
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ward were both
on the indisposed list for several day*
i last week hut are able to be up now .
i Miss Fiankie Wiley *’pent last]
weekend with friends.
Mrs. O. 1). Lynn attended the*
funeral of a relative in San Antonio j
Mrs J. I'. Nixon returned from
Eagle Pass where she had attended
her mother and sisters during theii |
recent attack of flu. All patients j
- , )»*t in r»
°» *1 a rum | V 20fh
fti* ||( ^
Mnnal u,| v,
tate. except |
and asking „
my main ohje
to protect, as
me to do *o,
to the point u
f,’r ^e owning of'^li'm
in m\ pow.-r t, 1 d'’»H
taxation whi r,. L f th'1 *»ur
as posible, take Vt 1
I would like •■ >-- ***• I
vou a* to
•ted sales tax
,v ’Pinion on i
ties of life. j have'^f
this will be one „f 10
Please feel ..
«n>: time, and a**urtn? *
desire to sen-, v„u> , a"* >°u
H 1 WlNFid
be employed at the Ahr Service Sta- j J,„ took a trip to Del Rio Saturday
and Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ot- ’
Misses Mary Ann Biediger, Gladys | to Bendele and family.
Halty, Hazel Jungman, Myrtle Bohl; _____ ____
and Lawrnece Biediger and Alvin
Halty visited Miss Frances Meehler
at the Sauz Sunday afternoon.
P. P. Marion of El Paso and Aug- ... , , , , .
Against a background of interna-
T**‘'» Sy»t*m 0f
dr. c. r. davis
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NO ADVERTISEMENT AC-
CEPTED FUR LESS
Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of
Respect and ail Announcements
of Public Gatherings to which
admission is charged are paid
matter at reader rates.
ust Marion of Devine had a pleasant
visit with their sister, Mrs. \V. H.
Hawkes in LaCoste last week. They
also visited with their sisters, Mrs
Louisa Burger and Mrs. Emiiie Hitz- i
.tins Fiances Haller and brothers. I
Elmer and Leonard, and Ralph, Alex .
and Edwin Conrad from Devine were ,
guests of Henry b'alzman and family !
1 here Sunday evening.
CRAWFORD, GABLE STAR IN
Mr. Smart and Mr. Sprat and the
ladies of the faculty and also Mrs.
Smith, Smart and Lock attended the
games at Hondo.
W'e regret to report that Mrs. Ful-
ler. our Pastor’s wife is ill, and at
present at the Medina Hospital. \?e
SENATOR WINFIELD ON GUARD
tional intrigue, with Scotland ^ ard hope her recovery will be speedy
I detectives close on their heels in a
j mad dash over the map of Europe,
, Joan Crawford and Clark Gable ap
| pear in their new starring Metro-
I Goldwyn-Mayer picture, “Love on the
Run”, showing Wednesday and
Thursday at the Colonial Theatre.
Prominent in supporting roles art suddenly; and’thatTAe
Franchot Tone, Reginald Owen, Mona be made that afternoon
Jerry, the eldest son of Rev. and
Mrs. Fuller, who is attending San
Antonio University, has been sick
with the flu, but is recovering.
Sunday morning we received a
message from Tarpley saying that
our brother, M. L. Laathcff had died
t would ,
in the Tar-
THE SENATE OF THE STATE OF
Austin, January 21, 1037.
Mr. U, T. Crow, Secretary,
Hondo Chamber of Commerce,
My dear Mr. Crow:
SEE HONDO LAND CO.
AND TOWN PROPE
PHONES 127 AND 172
♦♦•II M »♦♦+++.!
Cu»BAM;t:_o to **q ,c*cw wens;
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Biediger and ; )'a'* xC-).'an D®bedeff,harles Judel.* pley cemetery. He lacked two days
Rates are quoted on the basis of
1200 circulation weekly.
The usual Agent's Discounts are
allowed boriatide Advei Using
Otherwise, no discounts—such
as time or space—allowed;
rates are flat.
“run of paper”
* family from Biry, Mr. and Mrs. ( has.
* Halty and family from across the Me-
* dina, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jung-
* man and daughter, Hazel, spent fcun-
* day with Mr. and Mrs. F\ A. Bohl.
* Mr. and Mrs. Jack Biediger from
* Spindletop and Mrs. Josephine Biedi-
* ger from here were the guests of Mr.
, and Mrs. Allred Stein and family at •
» | the French Settlement one day the j
„ : past week.
* Mr. and Mrs. Fred Koehler from
0 Mr.edona, Mrs. Helena Keller from j
( here, and Mrs. Annie Warren from
Castroville and Mi. ana Mrs. Emi1
* 1 lmendorf, Sr., of San Antonio spent j
* Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Emil El
_ mendorf, Jr., and family. The oe
and William Demarest.
(iable portrays a newspaperman
and Mis.* Crawd'ord an American
heiress. She runs away from the al-
tar and a pompous nobleman into
Gable and trouble. Tone has the
part of a newspaper buddy of
304 SOLD EVERYWHERE ::
The Southern Winery in San An-
tonio is the- only U. S. bonded winery
in the 10th Federal District, which
embraces Texas, Louisiana and Okla-
homa!'.], according to date compiled
by the Texas Planning Board.
you haven't used
I BOUGHT YOU
BOOT AND SHOE
AUTO TOP MAKING
Let us be your job printers.
casion was Mis. Elmendorf’s birth-
LACOSTE I Ebt;F.REITES.
From The LaCoste Ledger.
Mr. and Mrs. h ied Koehler of Mac-
dona, .Nii Helen Keller ana Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Biediger trom here were
the guests of Lorenz Rihn and daugh-
ter, Mrs. Annie Warren, at Castro-
ville last Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Salzman and
son, Wilfred, and daughter, Jane,
were visiting with Mr. and Mrs. G. h.
Griffin and children at Atascosa
The following enjoyed a swell sup-
per consisting of Darbecued meat,
sausage and tamales with all the trim-
mings at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
George Eehtle and family Sunday
evening: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Biem-
ger and son, Edward, Mrs. Alary Zins-
Henry Haas, who recently mover
from LuCoste to his farm near Hon-
da, was a business visitor he re Tues-
day. Mr. Haas says he is one farmer
who does most of his farming on ’he
iaini and in doing that he finds lit-
tle time to sit on the street corners.
He is pleased to have Mrs. Haas at
All work done at reasonable
prices and satisfaction
From The Castr°ville Dept.
Lawrence Ahr from San Antonie
was visiting here Sunday.
P. J. Tschirhart was a Hondo visi-
Mrs. John Sehweers from Dunlay
was m town Monday.
Win. Tschirhart was a visitor here
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sittre were
Alamo City visitors Monday.
Mir. Henry Mangold of LaCoste
Arthur W. Ney
Milk And Creai
230J or 971F5
LOUIS A. STIEGLER
Do you feel tense and keyed-
UP ,,Do the care of the home and
meyer and sons, Henry and George, was visiting here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Zinsmeyer and
family, Paul Eehtle and son, Leo, and
daughter, Miss Rose, Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Biediger and sons, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Kentle, all from here, Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Grotf and sons from San
Antonio, Miss Margaret iltis of Delta
and Messrs. Bernard Biedger and
Hilmer Tschirhart from Castroville
and the host and hostess and family.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Mountjoy of
San Antonio visited with the W. H.
Hawkes family Sunday.
Frank Zinsmeyer and children of
Riomedina were LaCoste visitors Sat-
Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Stiegler of
Hondo visited with relatives here
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hutzler from
San Antonio spent Sunday with rela-
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Parley and
son from Freer visited relatives here
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Graft from
Hondo visited relatives here Sunday
Rev. and Mrs. K. Konzack were
San Antonio visitors F'riday.
Mrs. Alex Tschirhart and children
from Noonan were visiting here one
day the past week.
Miss Medora Sittre from French
Settlement spent the week-end here.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hans and Mrs.
R. J. Briedcn were Alamo City visi-
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Weiblen of the
Sauz were Hondo visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tondre and
baby of Atascosa were here Saturday
Miss Erna Wurzbaeh from Cliff
spent Sunday afternoon with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schott from
Devine were visiting here Sunday.
Anton Haller and Chas. Suehs and
son, Charles, Jr., were San Antonio
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tschirhart
and son from Noonan spent Sunday *
with homefolks here.
Miss Georgia Mae Muennink of
Hondo was a pleasant visitor here
Harry Frey and son of San An-
TM GOING TO MOVE’1
liIdren, the obligation of social
or community life, the worry of
finances, “get on your nerves
May spell the difference be-
tween happiness and misery for
you and your family.
t 5,re Nervous, Sleepless.
Irritable. Restless, it may be due
to an overwrought nervous con-
Pjtjon. H so, you will find Dr.
Miles Nervine a real help.
Your Druggist has Dr. Miles
Nervine both Liquid and Effer-
vescent Tablets. Why not get
? or package and start
hiking It today?
bottle or package $1 00
small bottle or package .25
NNN ELIZABETH DAVIS
The Anvil Herald Office
Phone 127 Hondo, Taaaa
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Order yours at
The Anvil Herald Office
|T w:ll pay you to know
1 facts aKout YOUR F.YES.
V. A. CROYN
Jeweler ami Optometrist.
MUNTON S h> Was
Jaw Jaw *~
At four d'uqqii* * e' b»
postage paid, o« rtca*pt o< pnc#.
looklat aw4 Sampiti
MUNYON REMEDY COtl
0ap» t kuiHos
Mrs. Joe Lamon ol Pearson spent tonio were visiting here and at Dun-
Friday with Mrs. Oswald Keller. jay gun(jay of last week
Mrs. Della Jungman and daughter.! VV. N. Saathoff attended the P. T.
Theresa, from the t^auz were visitors A. Council at Hondo Saturday,
here Sunday. \irs joe Schott, Mrs. Cornelius
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keller and Schott and Luella Karm spent the dav
sons spent Friday with relatives at Tuesday with Mrs. Wm. Tschirhart
Castroville. i at the Sauz.
Miss Mary Zinsmeyer frotn the ,\jr, aru| \frg (;e0- Balzen and Mr.
Sauz. was the guest of Miss Olivia and Mrs. Elmer Saathoff of
Salzman Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bohi and Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Bohl were San Antonio
The Very Rev Dean Jacob I.enzcn
of Castroville visited in LaCoste Sat
spent Sunday with relatives here and
Mrs. Henry Ahr and Mrs. F’erd
Tschirhart and baby were visiting
Mrs. John Bouble one day the past
Mr. and Mrs. Oran Mann
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mangold of) guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred
Castroville were LaCoste visitors
Myrtle and Florentine Bohl *pem
Friday afternoon with Evelyn Keller.
Mrs. Fern S. Dunn and daughter,
Mary Loyce, after a pleasant visil
with homefolks here, have returned
to their home at Bay City, Texas.
Joseph Eehtle from Castroville was
a visitor here Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Gulzoit of San
Antonio were guests in the George
Christ illeu horn*’ Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. 1). Bippert and
Mrs. Alex Jiaby and sons were visit-
ing in Bar, Antonio Sunday afternoon
Tschirhart in San Antonio Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Keller and
children from LaPryor were visiting
here and at LaCoste Sunday.
Miss Ethel Haass of San Antonio
was visiting with Otto Bendele and
daughters, Ruby and Jonell, Sunday.
-Mesdames Marguerite and Branch
Keller of LiCoste were guests of
Mr*. Louis Schott Thursday.
Joe K. MonkhoUse, representative,
wa- here Tuesday interviewing his
•nst’tuenta while n his way to sei
hi: family at Uvalde.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Tondre and
hildren, Ro#e Mary and Aclred
The new telephone
hook is going to
press. If you want
in your present
listing, or would
like a telephone so
your name will be
in the new direc-
tory, please notify
our Business Offiee
now . . . before it’s
too late. Call usnow.
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GOOD, FRESH HOME-MADE BREAD, CAKES AND ROLLS.
CINNAMON ROLLS A SPECIALTY
to Grey Hair
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i were sightseeing at LaPryor Sunday.
FOR FRESH M€.ATS OF ALL KINDS
BEEF. PORK, VEAL, SAUSAGE]
And LARD Always On Hand
LOUIS F. ROTHE Prop.
’My hair wot fad*# and itreaktd
with grey. I look*# old. I fait old.
Now I look and f**l young. I *w* It
all to Clairol. In on* timpl* 1 - in -1
treatment my hair wat thampeeed,
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celor and luster that wat th* envy
•f my giriheed friendt.”
• * *
Clairol deet what nothing elte can I
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■ad FREE beauty analytit.
Not with common, old-
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