The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 10, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 1, 1927 Page: 3 of 8
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Our D'Hanis Page
a round-up of Local, Personal and Business Items gathered weekly j
by uur regular Correspondent
Miss Thelma Langfeld
considerate, and leave matches and
| cigarettes outside of the limits of j
j the gas field. We hope there will be
* no serious damage done.
Herbert Stone of San Antonio was
a guest of Aubrey Evans last week-
Miss Margaret Evans spent Sunday;
Colonials Retain Oldtime Charm and Character
whom all items intended for this page should be handed not | j with homefolks: returning to her stu-
later .thaJ1t0We£Yndnwceipt fir*tionc^due^Ms at ^aughon’s Business College'
Mr. Ed Saathoff who has been in
j Sar Antonio for the past year, was i
| here fo: a few days visit with hom?-
„ w. I After an absence of three weeks
ntllf ^och and Mrs. Mma Koch hon- Charles Burgin arrived from Tampico
ored Mia; Rosalie Koch of Hondo, a las,; Friday. On account of continued
bride ol this week with a shower at rains there it is impossible to go to
D’HANIS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 30, 1327.
Mrs M. J- Finger is visiting with
•relatives and friends at Houston and
Galveston this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carle, Jr. and
daughter were San Antonio visitors
the home oi Mr. Joe Koch.
Alter all guests were present “42’
wiy the main fiature of the after-:
work in the oil fields until the rainy
| season is over.
Mr. Merman Miller, brother of
Missci Irene Finger and Loretta noon. Mrs. Felix Richter was award- Mrs. Herman Easier, is here for
ed a beautiful box of handkerchiefs few days.
for high score and Mrs. Ed Ney was Edith,“ the little three year old
KVh were Hondo visitors Tuesday
Mr. Otto Nester returned to his
home in San Antonio Sunday after
., two weeks visit here with his par-j
enf. Mi. and Mrs. Ferdinand Nes- the bride the me ..agr, “That the rain
Mr. 0. H. Miller, of Hondo, was a
business visitor here Tuesday
awarded a siup dish for low score, daughter of Mi. Louis Ward was
Both prr.es were given to the bride, here for e few days, and returned
Lutie Jimmy Zmsmeyer brought to her home in Catarina, accompan-
ied by Mrs. II. X. Eurgin and sons,
is over, come see where the showei Charles and Jack, Sunday.
The door leading into the
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Oefinger and
living son, Harlan, and Mrs. F. W. Bohm-
M:ss Helen Nester is visiting with, room was opened where the many fall wen to Hondo Friday.
- a ":v'a f l ■ 9t*Z ' m
Mr. S. P. Childress is at Hondo,
relatives in San Antonio this week. | usefu1 and pretty gifts for the bride
Mesdamet Hy Langfeld, Hy Rohr- were spread on a table decorated I at Mr. Lacy’s ranch, doing some ear-
bach and Wm. Holiday were Hondo in pink and green. On the center; penter work for Mr. Gilliam,
visitor; Tuesday. of th-. table a small bride was sitting
Mrs. Jno. Zinsmeyer and son were on a throne of pink and green,
shoppers at San Antonio Tuesday. Cake and punch was served
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Knippa of about, thirty guests.
Knippr were visiting with Mi. and • • •
SECC COMMUNITY CLUB.
Mrs. Louis Carle, Sr., Sunday.
Miss Lesley Owens of San Antonio
spent the week-end here with Mrs.
Mrs. Guy Newcomb of Devine was
here Friday afternoon, enroute to
the Deer Creek community, where
her sister, Miss Lorn Ulbrich is teach-
Miss Mabel Faseler, Murphy school
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THE PANACA. DESIGN 6A45
/COLONIAL type homes will always claim a
^ large measure of favor for of all designs
they are the most typical of early Ameri-
can ideals besides being in other respects
most desirable. No house is more convenient
or alfords more privacy than that with the
center hall It lends itself readily to the in-
stallation of ves*
Mrs. Lena Langfeld and daughter, las, Thursday evening.
--■ I teacher, was at home Saturday and
The Seco Community Club had its Sunday.
Mr .Willis Lanford and Mr. Parker
I first meeting of the new school year
Lanford of Frio Town, were in Yan-
farrie, and little J. B. were visiting The chairman called the meeting, cey on business Monday,
at Hondo Sunday. orde., al' arose, sang My Coun- About ten days ago Mr. Mitt
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mueller and try” and then read the club creed. Bandy received a telegram from
little son of San Antonio were visit- Mr. Merritt then talked to the Lubbock stating that his sister, Mrs.
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rein-; boys and girls on club work stres- Novia Blacklock, war. seriously ill,
hart Saturday and Sunday. Ldng the importance of carrying any and that her recovery was doubtful.
Mrs. Will Knippa of Knippa spent' undertaking once begun to a good Las; Friday another message came
Sunday evening ghert* with her sis- fin's!-. I hen turning to the parents that she was still lingering, and seem-
ter, Mrs. Jno. Rieber. j he spoke of the opportunities club ed to be only a matter of time; that
Mr. and Mrs. Alf. Rohrbach and work affords the youngsters to gain the end might come,
little daughter of Utopia were here initiative early in life, a quality so; Several new dwelling houses are
with Mi. and Mrs. Louis Rieber Sun- necesary
Mr. and Mrs. Heramn Vogel and
Mi. and Mrs. Aug. Saathi^f and
family were visiting relatives at
New Braunfels Sunday.
Mr. Wm. Braden returned home
i UW1G BOOM- I
»E0 BOOM f]
in later life for business, under construction near here, one on ^
The children were then excused Mr. Ed Faseler’s place, and one on j
for play. The minutes of the last Mr. G. W. Winner’s place. Mr. F. W. I
meeting were read and, approved, i Bader and Mi. Ben Bohmfalk. re-j
The financial standing of the treas-' spectively, of San Antonio, are the
ury wa:; read. I contractor.;. Mr. John G. Bohmfalk
Upon suggestion by Miss Josie also had a modern home built on his
one day last week after several days Rothc that a set of reference books place,
treatment at a hospital at San An- for the lowei grades be procured the
tonio. chaii appointed as a committee to
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Wernette of select: and buy such books Mrs. J.
San Antonio spent the week-end !'• Ephraim, Mist, Josie Rothe and
here with Mr. Wernette’s father, Mr. Mru. W. 0. Rothe.
Hy Wernette. ! Mr. Merritt became a member of
Mr.-, rhas. Berkholder and son of the club.
San Antonio were the guests of Mrs. Mr. Saathoff then made a very
Ernest Mueller Sunday.
tibule, cloak closet
ient access to the
stcond floor with-
out intrusion upon
li.’ing or dining
walls, devoid of
tions, insets or ir-
regularities, may be laid up with the greatest the house could hardly he improved” upom
celerity and the least expense while always All the rooms are of good size, conveniently
affording a pleasing interior room arrange- arranged and well lighted. There are all the
n,ent of the greatest convenience. Always, usual conveniences and ample closets. On the
too, theie may he ample lighting with win- first floor are living room, dining room, sun
dews set to the best advantage. While the room and kitchen. Three bed rooms, with
Colonial is ? ot as showy a house as some other hath, comprise the second floor.
types there are few that surpass it in ‘he
possibilities of convenience and comfort,
which after all are the real test.
This particular home of common brick does
not exactly follow the floor plan which ac-
companies it. The sun room, for instance,
was switched by the builder from behind the
living room to the
end of the house
beside it, entrance
French doors on
either side of the
chimney, an ideal
should be exactly
reversed to repro-
duce the home as
The Common Itrick Manufacturers’ Association, Cleveland. Ohio, can furnish complete drawings for this design
brick coi. (ruc:ion 6ent upon request-
Miss Gladys Godden of Devine
AUSTIN, Tex., Sept. 24.—The
junior class of St. Edward’s Univer-
sity has elected Jim McCloskey of
San Antonio, president; Julius James
, ... , , , can Antonio, president; juiius James
spent Wednesday evening with her , . ’ , ,, ,
I , ., , . . and Waters James, both of San An-
father and brother here. I
tonio, vice-president and secretarv-
Miss Rebecca Love returned to her
home after two weeks stay with her
Elmore Borchers oi Laredo was
CASING FOR SALE.
11 joints of 814 inch. 20 joints 6
inch. 11 joints of GU inch. This is
used casing. Only used in one well.
Will make liberal reduction to party
receiving same at Ranch.
A. J. CRANE, i
Get your job printing done hero.
Ready Made and Made to
Order Auto Tops and a nice
Line of seat covers on hand
H. G. ROHRBACH,
v j , w , .t u i Ciimore ooreners oi L/areuo wa.Sj uuiNb AND
good talk on the improved methods aia'1’ * rs, ■ H‘r * els°n’ at Hond0- elected president of the Seniors; Har- Bring them around
Mrs. Alf. Zinsmeyer and daughter. m teaching nov over those of his ®1, an<* ‘^1S' Ro5, breiten spent
Grace, were Hondo visitors Tuesday, boyhood times—of the limiting of Ihuisday evening in Hondo.
Mr. Joe Koch and daughter. Cor- teacher, to numbers of grades en- Ml‘ RalPh Hurrel fron’ Riom*dina’
nelia, and son, Hilme., Mrs. Ernest aiding them to teach the work more sPcnt the w^k-end with Mr. and Mrs.
Mueller and Mrs. Mina Koch all of thoroughly—and of the splendid aid Leonard Wernette.
here attended the Maier-Koch wed- and encouragement a community M‘ and Mrs’ Louis Mangold and .......
ling at Hondo Tuesday. club can give the school and teachers. an * from Castrov ille pjgco repregent t-]a.ss on me
Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Twomey of San Beioro closing, the secretary sug- ^,l|< 1 aiu rs' ' students’ activities committee. The
Antonio were business visitors here gtsted that every member try to
HUNTERS, I specialize in repairing
GUNS AND RIFLES.
now and let me
ry Kain of Greenville, vice-president, Put them in first class condition for
H. G. ROHRBACH.
and Laurence Koeugh of Cisco, gec-
The Seniors chose Dominic Lutz of J —
D’Hanis, Emmett O’E'haughnessy of j ^“k*F+++++++++*K--b-fr-FM««K--5’+-M- <>
San Antonio and Laurence Koeugh A ||nui I inn nf nrnan •’
:• A New Line of Orest
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Hy Wey- to raise money for the club,
nand, a fine boy on Wednesday, Sep- Al' partook of the delicious re-
tember 21 sc. freslmientn served before departing
Mrs. Joe Batot of Eagle Pass. Mr. for home,
and Mrs. Alex Batot from Califom- PUBLICITY CHAIRMAN PRO TEM.
ia were visiting here last week with • • *
relative; and friends. j NOTICE.
Mrs. Mary Rothe and Mrs. Alice
representatives of the Juniors ire
think up a plan by next meeting time fIarns sl5('nt John Hea]) of Coffeyville, Kan., erd1-' Ladies,Men and Child- i "
Miss May Dickinson spent the
week-end with homefolks at Moore.
Miss Anna Mae Wrilkinson of De-
vine spen' the week with Miss Fan-
George Stevens of Burlingame, Cab
NEW ADDITION TO HONDO.
The new Barkuloo Addition tc
Hondo offers ideal building sites foi
Mi. Jack Biediger from Spindle- exclusively white homes. If you are
top spent one day the past week interested in a desirable building
! with A. 0. Biediger. site, either for immediate building i
Shoes for t "
ren. Also a nice line
I Louis Cade
of al! kinds at
RCIHE & KOCH'S
•!> • •
t " Slip unto a Bradley
and out of doors.
Rcinahrl returned home Sunday eve- To my patrons, there will be no
nmg after spending a few days in more credit accounts after Oct. 1st _ ^ ...
Eagle Past visiting with Mr. Clint to those whore bills are overdue for Ml Hnde !• ranger from Castroville, these pretty
R' t'u. who accompanied them back the past month.
D’HAINS, TEXAS 4
Mrs. Emil Bippert and daughter, or as an investment, you should se<1 »♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»»IWMMWM
as Ltr as Pearsall where all spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. 8-3t.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rothe of San
Antonio .spent Monday and Tuesday
28-acre lot two miles from D’Hanis.
* * •
(,n the ranch
MISS KOCH HONORED.
Un Thur; lay afternoon Miss Cor
; East of Robert Richter and west of
Char. SdMflUe. See owner.
Mrs. Regina Deckert,
8t-4. D’Hanis, Texas.
plot of tht
were guests of Mrs. F. J. Biry last addition can be seen at the Anvil
Iv.eel* Herald office, and we are authorized
Mr. C. (’• Godden spent Sunday to quote you prices and terms on any ••
with his daughter, Mis* Gladys of De-|unsold portion of the Addition !!
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Biry ot De-
vine spent Sunday at the farm here.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Watson spent
OUiS CARLE & CO.
Lumber, Hardware, Building Material
Come around and look over the plot
one day of the past week in San An- *
♦ * *
' ”m Devine News.
' L. E. Bendele and Mrs. Lou
Pi -]. and Mrs. Mogford motored
to Currizo Spring! Friday afternoon,
j in thcii new Chevrolet Coupe, return-
The Til \ney-Dempsey fight that
was broad muted ovei WOAI from
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Hair Bobbing a Specialty. +
Agent for Bexar Steam T
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Love and Miss f MUELLER’S* BARBER SHOP ?
Vick spent Saturday with Mi. and
Mrs. A. 11 Love ot Devine , ------------------ — - -----------------
Miss Fannie Wernette from Uvalde
O. J. REINHART SERVICE ST AT iGN
GASOLINE, AUTO OILS, TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
f OXYGEN AND ACETYLENE WELDING.
a.,vo-j.a-a.*****11111I I't ♦ »
was the guest of her father, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Wernette.
The big gasser caught fire Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tschirhart of Rio
Sar Antonio, was enjoyed by many 1 j, W(.re guests of Mr. and Mrs.
rawford, Miss Pauline Bendele and /oiks of Yancey. The message came GoorR( Fjadei. Sunday.
r' ,ievi Bendele are home from a in very clearly and every word of
c days trip to Corpus Christ!, Gal- the announcer war understood.
<f‘ton and other points in Texas. Mr and Me. August. Bohmfalk
n,‘> went in a Ford car, and saw spent Friday visiting at the home of j
,!ny things of interest, as most of Mr. Emil Muennink.
0,11 had never seen the Gulf or any We regret very much to report the
'E waters. illness, ol Mr. Emil Erick who is in
h«ii)i J. p. R’,)er wa;. jn town bushiest! at Charlotte. Mr. Erick went
ni|ay looking after business par- to San Antonio for treatment Mon-
n': to the courts. District court day.
Las', Sunday afternoon some spec-
tator at the gas well on the J. P.
Nixon lease carelessly droped a burn-
ing match, and escaping gas immed-
Mrt* ntxt m,,ntb in Hondo.
* * •
Mis. Evelyn Fowler spent the
we ek-end at Somerset with the home-
Mrs. Emi! Bippert, Mrs. I’. J. Biry
and Mrs. Hilda Franger shopped in
Devine Thursday evening
They have the derrick up and are
ready for work on the Joe Keller
place just one mile east of Biry.
Also a new derrick up at the Adaim
We print wedding invitations at
the Anvil Herald office.
, ^ — ink iiiuu n, aim estapiii^ icu*' uiiiinu-
np v ( ini ' "S- '!■ H. Burgin spent iately became ignited, and caused
’ith h' f * 6,1 ^Vaide and Sabinal considerable anxiety. It is feared that *
— <lnH<,d<f,• the fire will' spread to the original J Fin Cafe
do damage to the derrick j '
___T Re»tewrnnt nnd Confectionery.
ler nn T. . „ , L , '«• wel1 N«- ‘A an th(’ Barne X Ice Cream- Ice Cold Drinks
'Mitsw* nn 1 ,iursday. Refresh- lease. People who come there to view ^ Candies—Cigars.
*" '<rved To all present. the wild gasser ought to be more
For School Lunches
* All kinds of Lunch Meats *
2 at f
l RIEBER BROTHERS j
Dr. Jas. Turner
Office South of Town.
Telephone, Res. 4984.
D’HANIS DRIVE-IN STATION
* TEXACO PRODUCTS.
T D’Hanis, Texat.
Th.. 1 ,* in*' ure
et\ ^MOS M,B8ionary So- well and ______„ .. .
[rg a P^^aant evening with that is over well No. 2, on the same
B! ACKSMITH, WHEELWRIGHT 11
AH Work Promptly Executed.
Form In,(dements ar.il M.ibiner'
D'Hanis Brick Tile Co.
HOLLOW BUILDING TILE
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Sar.. Antonio office !l
r 1 ,J jP; Builders Exchange Eld’g
Phone Travis 1878
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 10, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 1, 1927, newspaper, October 1, 1927; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563738/m1/3/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.