The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, January 24, 1936 Page: 3 of 7
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LOCAL \ PERSONAL
Silver Ware tickets at
rmil Kuos was a pleasant
H*- .this office Thursday.
^leT * , can<iies of all kind3, at
Hondo, Texas, Dec. 10, 1935.
Hon. County Comissioners’ Court
of Medina County, Texas,
We, the under igned, constituting
tht Farmers’ Council of Medina
eiten, et al, vs Armon Brei- County. Texas, respectfully present
And Abraham rose up early in the
morning, and took bread . . . water
. . . gave it unto Hngar . . . and the
child, and sent her away. Gen. 21:
Wither sage nor poet nor historian
will ever venture to tell the full tale
cf parting scenes and the pain and
, r Haegelin was a visitor
yesterday on legal business.
*,H°n,. , of fountain drinks at
A"urks CONFKCriONERY. tf.
R0T t ,mber ‘Co. sells the
H°n<,° -it ctric refrigerator, tf.
d Joe Ney, et al, suit for ccn- the following resolution which was agony that go with them in so many
instances, from the hanowing mo-
ment when the angel drove the first
parents out of paradise, from the
teuifui scenes when Abraham bid
adieu to “Home, Sweet Home”, un-
der God’s advice, down the long, long
ti action of will of Jos. and Katie passid by our Council at a meeting
Breiten, deceased. This case on trial held on Dec. 9th. 1935, and request
..hen we went to press, was contin- that fame receive your earnest and
•..ed on account of service not having immediate attention,
been completed. RESOLUTION.
L. W. Burrell, et al, vs. H. E. Whereas, during the recent world
Ilaass, et al, election contest. In this "ar the fiower of our citizenship of- line to the minute when the last man
i at v contestants were attacking the fered themselves in the defense of closes his eyes in parting from this
esult of the receht .-chool bonii elec- our country, many of whom made world, where parting is an essential
lion at Castroville. On Jan. 17th, all the supreme sacrifice by giving their feature. But few have been >pared
ator electric nr.*-*------- i patties announced ready. Pleadings lives; this sorrow and pain, sometimes a
K ;un , |[ occasions. Order read. evidence heard, and recess tall- Whereas, it ha- long been the de- matter of sheer necessity, sometimes
flowers.1 CONFECTIONERY. ] ed until next day at 9 A. M.t Jan. fire of our people to establish a fit- of more or less thoughtless choice,
from R0TH*1 field cash 18, 1936. Evidence resumed. All ing memorial in recognition of said The lad going off to school, the bon-
fOR REN ! ,, L-\ik\TS FINGER,! Parties close. Judgment finding patriotic services, and in memory of nte bride, the youngster in quest of
shares. * 2tpd. * election resulted in majority of two ear dead heroes; better chances, the soldier marching
nHan.if. T‘,xas- , ... Park against the issuance of bonds. Con- Whereas, we believe it would be on-to warfare, the sturdy emigrant
t hn Tragesser, the Electric testees except and give notice of ap- the wish of our said soldiers, if they looking for a new home where he
J° ietor <‘f Castroville, was neie to tht. c0urt of ^ivii Appeals could express such wish, that any can live according to the dictates of
1 business yesterday. I for the 4th Supreme Judicial District memorial erected in their memory his own conscience, the mariner in
fl” tl unstitching ^e Mrs. K. «• 0f Texas sitting in San Antonio. should be one useful as well as beau- pursuance of his trade, the explorer
i0t . residence opposite north- Jelf Sanders et al, vs. Mrs. Julian tiful; in the fire of keen ambition, and so
Spef»orner of courthouse. tf- Robinson, et al, partition. Receiver Whereas, it rs the consensus of on, they all went through with it, and
r0«m i°r ,two L, i riiurs ceiversiup continued as per order ot sirucicu man a oemmui v-uum-y .v:.....*,
oiiice or phone l-* court on fille. 1>ark with a fiting bronze tablet, streaming down in lonely nights, far,
FOR GOOD FRESH , , 1;“?} Joe Applewhite v< Will F Naege- which could be converted into a State far away from home. Well do we re-
rFASONAHE'i PR'OEO* lin, et al. suit for damages. Dismissed Pack maintained by the State and at member the occasion in Paris, France,
no PHONE 42. C. J- BLESS. for want of prosecution. the cost of the State; during thelast exposition there,
, pillinger was out from San Un Monday, January 20th, court Whereas, for a number of years when Sousa’s band, after a series of
^ ca turd ay enroute to IJ Hania tt'sumed for the third week. Armistice Day has bctin commemor- other selections, paid our national
AnU,m?. mil- oi l ice a business call. The f„H0Wjng petit jury for the “ted and kept by our people at the anthem. The thousands of Amen-
*r P - o phler wa a business call- 3rd week was empaneled: Medina County Fair Grounds which can tourists surrounding the pavilion
»• G- 7 Saturday, taking ad- Louis Rieber, Wesley H. Heyen, Pl«e is most eicellently located and were earned away with the familiar
« il ?hlS f,!ur club subscription ol- H. H. Decker, Wm. Mann, Oscar equipped for every kind of lawful rtra.ns they sang with fair courage
vantaKe of our Moehring, Louis Grube, Alfred amusement, with an abundance of the first stanza, and then broke down
I .Kr (’ALL Brucks, Henry Finger, Willie Britseh, K°°d water and electric lighting; with sobs and tears. Homesickness,
bHEN IN ...Gi-0 FY.tz buos, Wm. Schott, Emil Groff, Whereas, said premises consisting and beyond control. Of course we
AROUND AND GOU t ouu lhnken, Anj. H. Gef.nger, of 90 acres of land could be beauti- know civihzation would never have
(TRIES A l A REASON AbLt Schwem L C. Howard, Al- fied as a park and also used as a place *>een carried onward science never
PRICE. C. J- BEESS. fred Haby, Fiank Saathoff. Edwin of amusement and for agricultural haY\,RT°wn,„ 11,6 iand°f ,LJ*e ,,™.ve
Mrs J M. Hill and little son, Miles, Ulhn Au L Tschiihart, Willie Op- exhibits by the people of this county; and the free never settled, the Win-
1, of San Antonio are here on a pelt> Harry Hans, Otto Haegelin, Whereas, said premises could be nmg of the West never accomplrh-
1 t-ral days’ visit to Mr Hill s par- John Bieber, Arnold Finger and Her- Purchased at a reasonable cost of ap- ed*. and }his U-rrcstnal globe in its
•Vv and Mr*. Shan M. Hull. man Qefinger proximately $20,000.00 including the niain parts would lie fallow, without
5’,m Rieber the D’Hania stock H. H. Decker, L. C. Howard and land and costly improvements; someone braying the terrors of home-
here Monday in attendance John Rieber were appointed Jury , Whereas, Me find that Medina But this doeanotdirmmsh
m : hist rt Court and while here Commissioners to select jurors for County out of its present levy of the pain in the least whether its the
JTfithis office an appreciated call, the August 1936 term. taxes can purchase said property and kmg partingfrom his io>al realms
P*iu i a. v Vneeic nav for snmp. nvor » nprioH nf vears. cr the bondwoman with her child
Chevrolet retil sales in the first 10
days of January virtually paralleled
those for the same period last month,
and established an all-time record for
the period in que-tion, it was an-
nounced today at the offices of the-
Chevrolet Motor Company here. New
car and truck sales reported by
Chevrolet dealers totalled 23,966,
and used car sales 24.370.
The new unit sales figure repre-
sents a 215 per cent increase over the
corresponding figure for 1935, and
the used car figure is 75 per cent
above that for the same period last
“Nowhere in the January sales an-
nals of the company is ihtre any-
thing to compare with the e records,”
said W. E. Holler, vice president and
general sales manager. “The closest
approach, in new car sales, wa* in
Jan. 1930, but it wa< 9,000 units un-
der the January 1936 record. In
used car sales, the best previous first
10 days in January was in 1931, and
it was 14,000 units under the figure
Prr (!action for the month is set at
110,000 units, Mr. Holler added.
My big Kentucky jack will make
the sea-on at the Hondo F'air
Grounds. Ten dollars for the sea-
son. $5.00 down and balance on ar-
rival of colt. 2tpd.
Four business lots, 1 3-4 acres
land and residence. Or would like to
borrow on same. Will pay 8‘r inter-
est. Also good farms. BOX 247,
Hondo, Texas. tf.
We do all kinds of job printing.
Vccly furnished 1 directed not to sell property for ot- opinion among us that nothing more know something of those hot, seald-
Add1v at this fer made, and both cause’and re- decorative or useful could be con- ing tears of nostalgia, of homesick-
for two M11; ., . / ! ceivership continued as per order of structed than a beautiful County ness, welling up before leaving,
Attention Farmers and Feeders!
WE HAVE INSTALLED A NEW TYPE MILL FOR GRINDING
ALL KINDS OF FEEDS, HAY, GRAIN, BUNDLES
CUSTOM GRINDING ON CORN MEAL FOR TABLE USE.
GRUBE & CHAPMAN
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L- A i*»r*nn* returned me Willie Virginia Forester vs. Norris P».v for same, over a period of years, . . .... . ____ „
Mrs. L. A j . » Forrester divorce Judgment for without any additional tax levy, thus Pulling out in the chilly morn on a
fili, of the Meek from a several day. ^ving us a fit and most worthy long and dangerous trek afoot. As
visit to her daughter, Mm A. IL ggmtifl lor d.vo.ce os per duree on Qf our departed her0<f*. ever so often, the woman bears the
iam, and ianu>, Martin Lee Petty vs. Edith Fer- Therefore, we ask that a petition
„ . . * . .i rill Petty, divorce. Divorce granted, be prepared which we will circulate,
R. Gaines & Sons^have 5efuJ5__ Followinv u the exnen.se bill for ‘“Hing for an election throughout
the services of II R. Brown of San term:
cS!andttwill givertthe same prompt
and efficient service. Seconii Week’s Petit Jury
Sheriff Chas. J. Schuehle-asks us Thi rd Week’s Petit Jury
to announce to the Fourth Week dis- v^horiff*s attendance, 7 days
trict court juror, that the court has Djt-lrict Judge (’. R. Sutton
adjourned for the term and they need district Judge Joe J.
nol heed the summons to appear toi Montague
is lULR INSURANCE MAN, ! TOTAL
ONK IS HU LIVES AMONG YOU; Court adjourned for the term on
OK ONE JUST PASSING THRU! Monday evening, und jurors summon-
roi tveiy roim ot Insurance cd for next Monday will not be re-
U. H. MILLER, Hondo, Texas, quired.
Since 1907 ---•----
main bulk of sinful consequence5.
But the higher purpose must prevail,
the fountainhead of sacred history
must remain uncontaminated. Hagar
Mr. P. Jungman brought a copy
each of the Hondo Herald and the --
Devine News of ancient vintage to ()ne 0f the loveliest social affair:,
this office this week As soon as wf month was the bridge and tea
time permits we shall review these Tun-day afternoon by Mrs. J.
papers and possibly reproduce a part (J. Barry and Mrs. Marion McDowell,
ol their content*. at the home of the latter. A Valen-
FOK SALE at $30.00 per acre, tine motif was successfully carried
3o acre farm, all leiueu, an eultiva,- out in all appointments, the rooms
ed, about 1 mile from courthouse, being decorated in a red and white
local place for dairy and chicken color scheme with the favored flow-
(arm. M>00 cash and balance to suit *r® r,,d carnation , white stock and
purchaser. Apply at this office or "bite candytuft. Receiving t e
phone 127-2 rings guests were the hostesses, Mrs. Barry
.. “ , , . _ . . attractive in a red taffeta, flock and
At the special nights at the Colont- jyrs_ McDowell wearing a lovely
al i heatie the following wert win- of br0wn itu.e. They wore
niMs. Sitting I re tty Friday night, shoulder corsages of sweetpeas.
Medina County, authorizing and di- , , , , , ,
$117.00 acting the Commissioners' Court to bad, forcibly, to help along—by leav-
24.00 ‘ssue Park Bonds in the sum of ap- inK
99.00 proximately $20,000.00, for the pur- • » •
7it00 chase of -aid proi>erty by the county. Those sudden jumps of weather
28.00 un,t fba same be duly dedicated to extremities, summer heat today, bit-
42.05 *bi Sacred Memory of the War \ et- ter cold tomorrow, has added a long
cans of Medina County; we further r0w of families to our sick-list. Lack
44.75 ask that immediate steps be taken to cf precaution is rather expen ive and
- secure Federal and State approval of dangerous. Prayer alone will not do.
$432.80 sa'(i park site in order that -ame may Services were “on the blink”, and
be made into a State Park, main- even the Luther League program at-
tained by the State, and that the im- i t ndance showed the drastic effects,
provements, and land not needed for But wtr pulled through in good grace
park purposes be retained by the and those present had a fine evening
county for agricultural anil amuse-
F. C. STINSON,
J. J. TULLOCH,
G. T. BRISCOE, JR.,
F\ R. GRUBE,
R. C. BLACKBURN,
J. F\ RILEY,
ARTHUR G. ILSE,
ROBT. H. RIFF.
CHEVROLET OWNERS! !i
GET OUR MONTHLY
IT COSTS LESS TO KEEP
YOUR CAR IN A-l CONDI-
And you get far more satisfactory performance. Drive in, now, and
let us give your Chevrolet a complete inspection—F’REFi. Expert,
specially trained Chevrolet mechanics give Genuine Chevrolet Service.
Genuine Chevrolet Parts always Pay.
C. R. Gaines & Sons i
t%tv--— Mn—i w — vmr—r-am
MRS. HUBERT ZINSMEISTER
Mrs. Hubert Zinsmeister of
Brackettville died at a hospital in Del
u i i , He, e are the numbers for the
next program: Recitations, Miss Crys-
tal Boehle, Emil Munnne; select read-
ings, Miss Irene Nietenhoefer, Mrs.
Arnold I.indeburg; vocal selections,
Mrs. Clarence Saathoff, Miss Della
Hartman; instrumental number, Miss
Aleen Grell, plus the standing num-
bers. Let not the winter get away
which leads to office employment
Announcements for January the
26th: German service at New Foun-
tain at 10; annual meeting after ser-
vice (and we are looking for you;;
Sunday school at 9:30; evening ser-
vice at 7 P. M. Again we invite you.
the nanita ol'Miiv Halite Lkth 8COri.# ^rs \\ (j, hot he for second iav
tliur^sVrnilu0oiwi®Jrs* lraveilj1^ Mrs. Zisnieister had undergone an
to leceive tin* Slnu -iiiii th . togi re P1***0’ *^rs' operation but was thought to be well
wntivdy *.V.h,-r «aa’ present” li0n- an,i MrS' -<>UW <,ruhe on th’ r"a‘l ''' r,'''oV,'r>' a sud-
^ was laid in an all-over la«e il°tb )njr here some twenty or more vears ,
county Judge Noonan mforim us with a centerpiece of red candles in to make her home in Kinney I
Uiai roai! ami bridge work under the crystal holder- flanking a crystal f-ounty (u-ides her husband and 1
A direction will begin next Mon- bowl of white candytuft, red sweet- children she is survived by a large i
m in Loth the D’Hanis and Castro- peas anil red roses. Serving the con- numbtl, 0f reittive», many’ of whom
111,1 l)r,,fincts. Some two hundrini Kbaled fruit salad was Miss Jaqueline rt,sj,j,. ;n Medina County,
men an- eligible to work under this Adams, while Miss Perry Chamber- Mr Frjt7 Senno brother of the de-
progiam and despite the handicaps lain poured the coffee. In buffet ceased fu, „ishes us the following list I
mV UlH’ ‘,‘dina County is secur- btyie refreshments of sandwiches, of m0Ui ners who attended the fu-
‘ir Mime valuable and permanent nuts, mints, canapes, and angel iooo n(,ra|;
road work. There are also twenty- squares iced in white and embossed in Mrs Jacob S. Kami. Geo. Kami,
f employed in sewing un- red hearts, were served. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Senne, Mr. and
tne 'VIA plan in Medina County. Bridge guests included Mesdames Mrs_ c. H. Hartman, Mr. and Mrs.
The Uvalde Production Credit As- R. J- Reily, L. E. Kollman, Jr., Eni- Anton F'olk, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
•ociation is endeavoring to approach niett Kollman, M. I. Broxton, H. J. Lindeburg, Mr. and Mrs. Ben De
10U per Cl.nt attendance at its an- Meyer, R. C. Rath, Fritz Leinweber, R, jj. Hartman, Henry Poeh-
?- i meeting which will be held in Henry Merriman, N. C. Johnson, \) . \ jePi p. D. Neuman, John Moehring,
Uvalde, January 27, according to R. H. Case, E. J. Leinweber, O. H. Mil- q j Bless, Paul Kcnken, Mrs. Henry
"■’ey. Secretary-Treasurer. Quite ler, R. J. Noonan, W. H. Smith, tiai- gcbuehlt* and sons, Walter and Hen-
» little rivalry has developed among'land Martin, Volney Boon, Ben Brad-1ry Rmi| Rrcss-le and son from H«n-
tti" .« associations over the State, ley, Will Crow, Ben Oefinger, Fiarl do Mr. and Mrs. lx>uis Zinsmeister
cach trying to beat the others in the Starnes, Otis Schuehle,^ Nora Ben- and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Lebold of j
P<‘i cent age 0f members in attendance dele, L. J. Brucks, L. E. Heath, W. Bandera, Mr. and Mrs. John Herzing
j lllt‘ meetings. Fjvery member has O. Rothe, J. M. F’inger, F. H. j and son< j^uis, 0f San Antonio, and
een asked to bring at least one ; Schweers, A. H. Schweers,_ R. L. Jen-1 obhers whose names we failed to hear.
LADIES’ BRIDGE CLUB.
Mrs. Earl Starnes entertained the
Only 20 Days
m*t' ; nings, P. C. Gaines, T. B. Knopp, Hy. ,
we went to nr^ Fri<l»u nl lase Windrow and Louis Grube, and Miss-
u n l^e °*der days it would Teaguests wie . • • Barual.a j
‘l»v« meant the rcDlacement of a vi- den- Misses Willie D. Fly, Barba,a t
W Part of the l i Stubbs, Catherine Claypool, Wilma
mi' fiut thanks »o tiie skill and 01>v>a Shaw, Eddie Connor,
? ^“ipment of oUr young *nd Lucy Rlchards-
Hum?’ ^.dt0n Mechler and Mr.
Frio,.'e'f. e damage was repaired
out u aft*rn°on and the paper came
hour: ,.U/day mornin«, twenty-four -------------. .
Manv fu6, out same. Ladies’ Bridge Club and several
“T„„L thoughtless people condemn guesta at bridge on Thursday aftor-
modi°CrLany”’ but for us Rtve noPn of last wpck’ trophies were
n skill and implementB. I awarded Mrs. O. B. Taylor for hign
nit buby Show held Wednesday ! score and
Dhoti 1 hp Colonial Theatre by a h<Kh «ueat 8C0/e- Mrs,’ A . wra
Photographur’H studi0 from San An- hart cut hi«h for membeP and *?r8’
l“n,10' a large numb" of babied’1 c- J. Schuehle cut high for guest*.
•"d children-* pictures w»re showm 1 Refreshments of peach salad, dev-
isur ,,"“ne! * w 0
5," =i«b «■ r»rei i».
Sh u&intinK of each winning child- c*uded Mesdames L. J. Rru£ks,d-
hheiton Bell, Clareni iKui^n Let Finger, Fletcher Davis, L. Fl. Heath,
te,£>“»«», C B siuDMn tTS I Kollman. W. R«h« Al.ce
Snhed°r theu baby photo* : C. J. Schuehle, and the hostess, Mr,,
at th,. ,.^ she was only 12 days old , Starnes. ______
tdX °f Hondoy wwe aing" *thi I G«t your credit ad debit slips at
Usome babies shown. the Anvil Herald office.
TO GET YOUR
TICKETS ON A
1st PRIZE, 60-B Pbilco Radio
2nd PRIZE, $15.00 On any
Philco over $50.00.
3rd PRIZE, $10.00 on any
Philco Radio over $40.00.
West of Courthouse
^ Herman Weynand—Phone 20 j
Let the Anvil Herald job printers
help you design any special printed
forms you need in your business. We
can arrange what you need. tf.
Whether the Remedj
You are taking for
jr Rheumatism Pains
s SAFE is Your Doctor
Don’t Entrust Your
Own or Youi Family’s
JVell-Being to Unknown
QEFOBE you take any prepare-
O tion vou don’t know all about,
for the relief of headaches; or the
pains of rheumatism, neuritis or
neuralgia, ask your doctoi what he
thinks about <t — «n comparison
with Genuine Bayer Aspirin.
We say this because, before th*
discovery of Bayer Aspirin, most
so-called “pain” remedies wore ad-
vised against bv physicians as being
bad for the stomach; or, often, for
the heart. And the discovery of
Bayer Aspirin largely changed
Countless thousands of people
who have taker Bayer Aspirin year
.n and ou* without ill effect, have
proved that the medical findings
sbou* Is safety were correct.
.Remember this: Genuine Bayei
Aspirin is rated among the fasttsi
velhods yrt discovered for the rebel
jf headaches and all common pains
... and safe for the average person
to take regularly.
You can get real Bayer Aspirin at
mu drug store — simply by never
uking for it by the name “aspirin”
ilone. but always saying BAYER
ASPIRIN when you buy.
Young people who are stay-
ing at home or who are employ-
ed in positions which have no
future are invited to investi-
gate our courses.
Before the close of 1936, you
can complete a Secretarial
or Business Course and have
the assistance of our Employ-
ment Department in securing a
position. Many graduates were
placed during 1935.
Write, phone or call for free
catalog describing opportuni-
ties, courses, time required
and placement service. No ob-
ligation. Just fill in your name
and address below-, clip and
mail this ad.
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411 MORRIS PLAN BUILDING
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Were Once A
Rarity. Now They
As a Commonplace.
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, January 24, 1936, newspaper, January 24, 1936; Hondo, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563798/m1/3/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.