The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, February 26, 1937 Page: 5 of 8

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qUIHI notes.
vovTwUl deal kindly
A*» .n0Ww,th my matter, ten me;
ON THE DANCER TRAIL
t'uly Tell me; that 1 may turn
hand, or to the kfL
S dnot;
» «* rlht
24this servant of
*liat * in f‘ain. distinct and
J^TianiuaJe he hau told Beth-
T.muv, who were all ears,
tf.tt1* hl’ ii the important phases
if c^’Jon touching upon his po-
ll * T* t inaneial status of h«
jiuoii. prospects of the son, the
u- ’r' o/ni'd to him by Abraham,
d^.^cniples, the master s eonii-
the Lord will manage it
k»c* l,oniv then his arrival at the
^xal.or, his silent prayer for
,t! 1 rti . sign from the God of
* how Rebekah hovered in
fc h(. approached her, how
tf61' j„«t the conditions to the let-
* h*jL nattily she had introduced
»'• n, h,,,v he, in over-beaming joy,
* *‘ ' n A lcw tokens of apprecia-
* -’nd how he himself, overcome
developments, bowed
hL head, and worshipped the
f If -which had tea me in me right
tjpre hL. caps the climax w»n-
John Wayne in “King of The
,4; .. well not in shrewd diploma- Petos” at the Colonial Theatre
„ . with well studied oratorical currently.
voice of full-
but with the
conviction, with the str.ng(
. inescapable logic that must lead
®" fhe Lord has led
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
t,-the conclusion, the nom nas leu Notice is hereby given that I will
* say to this house and Himself ^e at the following places on dates
kj4 designated the bnde-to-bi nail,e(j below, for the purpose of col-
li the maiden standing there )t.cting 11*37 auto taxes, and assess-
K «h n*r under the spell ot these m>, for year 19.17.
*u" nf ‘mn,,p,,v .dtciina Lake, March 8, 9 A. M. to
11 A. M.
Cliff, March 8, 1 1’. M. to 4 P. M.
Kiomedina, March 9, 9 A. M. to 5
woicis, the magic of simplicity
there with spaikling eyes
f rt e
SPOTLIGHT
Ford has established a new as-
sembly plant in Vancouver . . .
the A. M. A. imfrs. sss’n) firmly
believes the new campaign to ad-
vertise delivered prices will he
successful . . . Des Moines recent-
ly junked 900 cars as unfit . . .
1938 N. Y. show will open on Oct.
27, a WEDNESDAY again . . .
only Studebaker has rotary door
locks ... in San Fernando valley
roads you'll find wavy lines painted
down the middle, to warn you of
forthcoming turn . . . Arlington
& Fairfax railroad (ever hear of
it?) is first to adopt car trailers
for the rails . . . Cadillac presented
221 employees with gold watches
for 10 years of continuous service
. . . Hotel Manager Walter L.
Gregory believes “we must face
the trailer situation.” indicating
imoads of “homemobiles” . . .
Washington, D. C, decrees $300
fines for hanging lemons on cars
.. . Studebaker’s twin-lever steering
gear is popular with the women . . .
Seattle inspection lanes found 40%
of all cars unfit. . . does that make
you think? . . . Don Blanchard,
famed technical writer, becomes
secretary of S. A. E. . . . best New
Year's resolution was “I’ll be alert
at the wheel.” Are you keeping it?
PLOW PLEASED WEBSTER MORE
THAN PUBLIC LIFE.
Daniel Webster was a firm believer
in deep tillage. A century ago, con-
vinced that plowing was too shallow
Webster developed a plow 12 feet
long from the tips of the handles
to the tip of the beam, with a share
15 inches wide, according to records
in the Bureau of Agricultural Engi-
neering. The plow was designed to
turn a furrow 12 to 14 inches deep.
Eight oxen pulled it.
Webster was delighted with his
plow, and wrota: “When I have hold |
of my big plow ... in a brush cov-
ered pasture and hear the roots
crack, see the stumps go under the
furrow out of sight, and observe
the chan, mellow surface of the
land, I feel more enthusiasm than
comes from my encounters in public
life in Washington.”
Thomas Jefferson, too, was inter-
’ ested in plows. His proposal to have
all plow moldboards made on the
same pattern has been called “an
! era in agriculture and the root of all i
i real progress” in the manufacture ,
! of plows. Prior to this a farmer us- <
ualy bought the wooden parts of his
plow from a plowwright and had the
iron parts put on by a blacksmith,
neither of whom seemed to know
what the other had in mind.
good farm and a good living on the
farm usually nets the most cash al-
so.—The Progressive Fanner.
Let us be your job printers.
NONE BETTER—BUDWL.-.-R
BEER. DRAFT OR BOTTLE AT
PLAZA BAR. «
Tell our advertisers yon saw their
advertisement in this paper.
for
EASTER!
Have a NEW hairdress ... a
NEW permanent ... a NEW
hair trim . . . for that new hat
. . . the new Spring season . . .
and the new clothes you’re so
proud of!
Case Beauty Parlor
a heaving heart, still a
Wt, to all a; pea ranees, and when
-f mum ii InridlU
ever mysterious, ever glonou- p
EASTER ACCESSORIES
WHAT FARMING PAYS BEST?
GOOD LAND WANTED.
a-, plant, called love, wr.s taking
sprouting and germinating
l a. troville, March 10-11, 9 A. M
to 5 P. M.
LaCoste, March 12, 9 A. M. to 4
P. M.
Natalia, March 15, 9 A. M. to 5 I*
M.
Devine. March 16-17, 9 A. M. to
B ,rosc, what a contrast to many of 5 1\ M.
at modern exaggerated caterwaul D llanis, March 18, 9 A. M. to 5
s.% often “in the air”? Could the p. M.
t-te-bri i* groom have done bet 'j he Law requires that you must
*i! Lnd K »zer win the day? He furnish us with your 1936 registra-
rs for a speedy answer in our tion receipt
- , ns and budding with unbelicve-
,t. -vnftnev, and the frst petal wu
«t*ning tl- - unlit calix with all its
W -"try
k , .arti-hip, what a Jove-«jng
On or near Highway, 50 acres or
more, black, loose sandy; preferably
improved, with plenty shallow water.
CHEAP LAND WANTED
Small and large tracts white sand
and meaquite sandy, improved or un-
improved, preferably' cheap brushy
land
I have buyers waiting—hurry de-
scriptions to
J. C. RICE,
508-9 Insurance Bldg., San Antonio,
Texas. 2tc.
tu'.. More anon.
* % v
Duth hie had a rich hancst of
irt .n this eetion of our county.
Lr., have gene home where human
|n(hu ha«i looked for many years
g ,-artiily existence to came. It
a ,.i tiach us to number our day?
mj learn the true wisdom of life
ken !o make good use of
I
Do not fail to bring it.
Respectfully,
L. E. HEATH,
Assessor and Collector of Taxes.
No truer words about agriculture
have ever been written than these:
“Study it when and where you
will, you will find this true in the
long run: The farmer who farms
first of all to have a good farm and
make a good living makes a good liv-
ing and some money too. But the
farmer who makes it a matter of
farming only to make money makes
neither money nor a living.”
"Seek ye first the kingdom,” said
the Master, “and all these things
.hall be added unto you.” So we may
say that in farming the farmer who
seeks first of all to make a farm and
a home of which he and his children
can be proud—all these other things
shall be added unto him. In other
words, the man who aims first at a
CARD OF THANKS.
MRS. IDA BURGER DEAD.
Mis. Ida Burger died *t her home
403 Florida street, San Antonio, Sun-
our days day, February 21, 1937. Mrs. Bur-
»i be ready always for that man Rci was 7 1 years old, the beloved
t ; above which only He tan give wife ol \ ielor Burger, mother of Al-
>.mt name we bear. fred Burger, Mrs. Leu Shockley, and
- . Mrs. Frederick H. Faust; and suter
_ , , , _ of Ben Kempf und Mn, Ledwine
Ever *o many have recovered from ^ ^ q{ £astroviUe ^ als0
survived by four grandchidren. Fhe
member of the Order of St.
(beg various ailments, chiefly the
*£q", and hearts ought to be joyful
\\ e wish to express our sincere
thanks to our many friends and rel-
atives who were so kind to us during
our recent bereavement in the loss
of our wife and mother, Ida Koch
and we also extend our grateful
thanks for the many beautiful floral
tributes and sympathies.
M. S. KOCH, !
And Children
FRANKMfil
'avian
? >**» ,<-<-“9 “V* KLV’TSU'mvices .’re held
Rohm 'c!oif an,I « l.h; TjWJv ™rnmj(rt
>v,<-**■* s:;*'oi;x,vS
r ladthnr run on measles, mumps ,, , . , . ■ ’. .
ir. I kindred troubles. Those are da£ vr , , J' bchnet“r '
rathe members of the family ^ent was made in he St. Mary r
ir'!' (UTrclr and Slf
Smam/nHghbors'are gladly drawn was a s,!,te[ of th^ late
k that nr le of nursing and keep- August Kempf of this place and was
kr J.id helping in every way possi- kn,,wn to many Anvi1 Herald rt‘ad'
fe "I have been sick and you have er*’ _____
•sited me," -says He Who accepts
ths work of mercy as done unto
Hr In Hi? name we should come
ml bring Him along if He is not
but.
• • •
CARD OF THANKS.
Mth the change of time, our L«nt-
#cw distributed will be weil taken
of. Come and get yours next
•fdaesday.
We taae this means of expressing
our thanks for the many kindly of-
fices of friends and neighbors during
the last illness of our beloved moth-
, „ . , er, Mrs. Until Harper, for the
e service, have materially increased many expressions of sympathy in our
a tttcndance A fine sign of spiri- sorrow, for your attendance and
fc». heslth. And by the same tok- j florml offerings at the funeral, and
L-iSSUi; t. Hurtamith and A.kew In,
the appropriate funeral service.
Gratefully yours,
THE FAMILY.
YANCEY SENIORS GET RINGS.
The Yancey Seniors are the proud
possessors of senior rings at last! A
mad rush was made to Mr. Smith’s
office on the 18th and the Seniors
emerged looking somewhat dazed
but happy.
—Ina Melton, Reporter.
Mixed Infccl
BACTER1N
AVOID Roup, Pox, Cold,,
^ Canker, Cholera, etc., by
vaccinating your entire flock.
Safe and reliable for both
prevention and for treatment
FLY DRUG CO.
HONDO, TEXAS
Ycur handbag is here! Tophandles,
pouches, envelopes and many new
shapes. Shiny patents and smart
leathers in dark and bright shades . ...
$1.95
Fabric 6loves
Classic and novelty
types. New Q Cc
colors a/O
You'll Need..
Bright kerchiefs
and gay OTo
flowers .. up
fwwrwyn
'WWWW'
Announcements for February the
"til: German service at New Koun-
hi»t 10; induction of officers;
-ur.day school and Junior Bible
9:30; English service at 7:30
[ ” ttho hath ears to hear, let
tiffi hear."
dlled near castroville.
AN APPRECIATION.
, Pearsall. Texas, Feb. 22.—Earl i
j p ,n, -7, son of Mr. and Mrs i
' ■ 1 'a-, uison of this place, was
t ,n an automobile accident early
^•v morning when the car he
' iv,ni( turned over near Castro-
bfl tD1 ( astrovdlle-LaCoste road
b0(ly was brought to Bearsall
•; ',rai ervicca held Monday.
• ■-■!•'. his parents he is survived
l>, " <ii't,,rs, Delma and Tommie
1 *nu one brottier,
SUDAN GRASS SEED.
I ntec| free 0f Johnson gras?
1 for prees see
ALVIN BRITSCH.
M. s. DERANKOU ii
OPTOMETRIST J|
Ovaduate and Registered. ' 1
Second Floor of !!
LEINWEBER BUILDING J1
‘ce Day,; Thursday, Friday ' '
r and Saturday. ! J
-^ scientifically Examined !!
Office - Fitted. ,.
iatca 1S • ‘quipped with the «-
scientific instruments !|
1 eye examination. < >
BLADDER IRRITA-
vT10N WAKE YOU UP?
J"8 nature’s wurnin
K H Ahead • Make this 25'
^ 0 othlr 1u leave8’ Jun'Per oil
tablet.ma(le into litth
!l‘^ ■‘nil im *9.flu* out exces:
?" c»me : .PU^tDes. Excess ncidt
S up nieh u ,0n faulting in get
blfrnfegW'a,nt\ iUr< fr0(1U<'n'
If ,h four FU,kets to your drug
^c^Tfate;ej,ou
I take this means of thanking the
members of the Hondo Volunteer
F ire Company and all others who so
generously responded to the fire
alarm last Saturday morning in an
effort to save my property from de-
struction by fire. Y»ur help will be
ever remembered and appreciated.
Yours very truly',
MRS. ROBERT REITZER.
'famous lulled
{(be). o\com
A it) lowmt pric*
In Aiitwy Icsti
Aeve proved that the totjli Aitec fibef
mmo in the Fuller Broom It the best
material tor broom conitruction. K will
outwear 3 to $ ordinary oroomi.
Aik to have it demomtrated. Order
today from your Fullei Brush Daaler
ot Fuller Branch OIBce below.
#
For demonftration Pbone 96
and atk for Mr. Black who will
br in Hondo next week, March
lit to 6th.
THANK YOU
Friends of Chevrolet
FOR YOUR
LOYALTY
' t
AND WILLING
' tty;.
tS l ‘Y-
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PATIENCE
- , W' -
- *■ - - - A
' in waiting for delivery of your
new Chevrolet cars and trucks
CH£VPOtFT
Deliveries of new Chevrolet
are now being made In
ever-increasing numbers.
Production in the great
; Chevrolet plants is increas-
ing with each passing day.
• To more than 100,000 loyal
buyers who have patiently awaited
delivery of new Chevrolet® ordered
weeks ago—and to scores of thou-
sands of other people who are
placing their orders now—our
thanks and our assurance of quick
I delivery!
Chevrolet production is rapidly
increasing, and delivery of your
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placed your order in past weeks, or
if you place it today!
i Moreover, we can assure you
that you will be amply repaid for
insisting on getting a new Chev-
rolet, because it’s the only complete
car—priced so low... and because
| it will bring you more value than
i you can possibly get anywhere
else at such low prices.
Thank you again for your loyal
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General Motors Sales Corporation
DETROIT, MICHIGAN
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, February 26, 1937, newspaper, February 26, 1937; Hondo, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563679/m1/5/ocr/: accessed June 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.

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