The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 60, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, May 31, 1946 Page: 5 of 12
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RITZ CAFE HAS FORMAL
v- _ .
Coffee ar.d doughnuts were served
ee from 7 to 11 a m First 'us-
omt rs -vrved on opening day were
Pea.\e and Maurice Lutz.
The new cafe is located on Ban-
Jera Avenue across from the Hondo
hree counties and hopes to succeed
in getting the needed extension for
the benefit of the people down ,heie.
Sheriff Fusselman was down
again Friday from Hondo and said
he was just 27 minutes from Hondo
to Devine, via Dunlay, over a hard
now just about thirty minutes from
Hondo over hard surfaced roads.
Mrs. Herbert Burrell andj
■ cnuuren. .nr, and Mrs. Olenbush, Mr
^ and Mrs. Mandcock of Uvalde spent
♦he weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Otto
for better cleaning tf
\r l SfelSf ■'
. <alc t> weeks old. Priced
51 ‘ Mrs. J- M. Eiehholtz
K<-pair & Supply.
PTsPIUY AND POWDER. 5
CENT. AT WINDROW
' 0f proud parent*! Amer-
^ Hi Chairs at W. T. Hardy
ll‘. re Comrany-
‘./uiVF BATTERIES TO FIT
•Lprs OF CARS. WESTERN
V ■ well Stapling Muchmes and
a.sk and *yp». »'
c HO" PKl’O STORE,
replete line of dog remed-es
iP1]r , ,-ts in tip-top condition
"'^WINDROW DRUG STOKE
**^e* are available now. See
f^ necd any at WINDROW
V and Mrs. II. C Richards had
;k,,r crue-ts Sunday Mr. Rich-
^rents. Mr. and Mrs. Richards
, 5,n Marcos.
u and Mrs. Milton Burgtn snd
of Corpus Christi are guests of
Bother. Mrs. H. N Burgin. and
Csrrent issues of, P“|ef_ ' Mr. and V
‘"dr0W * infnrn ' children. Mr
i a copy- oblige us all by infornelam< Mrs Ma
(any muuirers. “•
VACCINES I’emorrhagle S-ntl-
Blackleg. Anthrax, Hog Ghol-
Serurti: s large supply at WIN-
|W DRUG STORE,
htroniie the NEW FAVORITE!
^ We serve regular meals,
gt orders and cold drinks. You'll
our food and service.
He< YOUR baby! w« h*ve what
ds to meet an admiring public
.Biby Strollers and Baby Buggies
4. W T Hardy Furniture Co.
Hon Jordan T. Lawler, County
iirnan of the Medina County .......
t ratic Executive Committee j ing a few days with
, a business visitor to Hondo J. \ Watson.
Please remember, we can go any :
r» when our services are desired
is or right, duat ring Phone 75
we will attend to everything.—
A. HORGER. FunerRl Director
Sew Fountain P.-T. A. is present-1
j a play, "Here Comes Hattie,
the New Fountain School at 8:30
ir Saturday. June 8th, for the
esfit of the P.-T. A. and for the
(lit. Greene Memorial Polio Ward.
Ireshments will also be sold on the
ninds which open at 5 p. m. The .
Hit is cordially invited to attend. 1
At a recent meeting of the Hondo
hapter No. 101. Order of the East-
Star. election of office's was
with M's. O A. FI”. Worthy
on. presiding. NV«- officers are:
Augusta K -g. ’"oethv Matron;
F. De’"nv, V,'or thy Patron; Mrs.
pes Oefinger, Associate Matron;
!! Elli; T'-c-na’. Vs.-ori«te
l Mrs i' Pfeil. Pecre-
Mrs. ’Vi:', i M ie Kollman,
isurer: Mr*. Janette Harriet*,
duyre.s; ,vd l!rs. B.llie Harllee,
m ate Condur ress.
NEWS NOTES FROM THE
LA COSTE LEDGER
Mr and Mrs Walter Ruff and
children of San Antonio visited with
and Mrs. D. J. Chnstilles and
Hondo's newe-t cafe. The Ria,
opened formally Tuesday morning.
May 28th, with a generous patron-
ige fiom the eating public. Air. and
>i,s. Horace E bchweers, owners'/. ,-'T ^ "
nd r. anagers, are more than pleased h'
ith the initial response of the pub- J°hn HuUl*r *'
e to their venture into the restaur-
nt business. They wish to take this
ppotur.ity to thank their many
atn n- and customers and also those
ier J* who sent flowers for opening
Suehs, Sr., last Thursday enroute to
D'Hanu to visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jagge and Mr.
Aug. Mangold visited Clayborne
Tschirhart and Miss Darlene ’lschir-
hart who are patients m the M. &
S. Hospital Monday.
Mr and Mrs. Geo J. Muennink
of Honuo and Mrs. Rudolph Tschir
Duniay is, ch,ldren were dinner guests
€8- I -- .....* • •
John Hutzler from Duniay
spending the week with his son '07'M7.'Ynd~Mrs. Wilfred Jungman
ley Hauler and family her^ !,nd Sunday.
George Echtle and wnj. Henry J Mr #nd Mrs j p Schott. Mr
and George Jr., visited in the McTl | >nd M„ p j Conrad. Mr. and Mr,.
Yhas Suehs Jr.. R. J. Schott and
Miss Margorie Whitehead attended
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
H. Ellis Thomas. Mioistor
“A Friendly Church for Friendlj
Attend the services of this fin*
Church school, 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship, 10:50 a. m.
Youth choir rehearsal. 6 p. m.
Methodist Youth Fellowship, 6:45
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
the horse races at Del Rio Sunday. '
In the evening they were joined by
Cr. and Mrs J I). Williamson and
all enjoyed a delicious supper.
vaine home in San Antonio Sunday. |
Chas. Embrey spent the weekend
at Rockport and Fort Aransi** fish-
ing. He leports fishing good.
Mrs A X. Mangold of Cliff and
Mrs Felix Stinson of Rio Medina
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Bippert at Natalia one day the past i
. ! For Sale—220-acre ranch, good
. ' well, large sheep sheds, small dwel-
, ! ling. Good mesquite land, about 20
„ . Ca»tro*illo . acre!l in cultivation. $37.00 per acre.
Aug Bader of ban Antonio *-* Hondo Land Company at Anvil Her-
spending a few days with Mr and' - ---
Mrs. Joe A. Bader.
Mr. Ed A Tschirhart spent sev-1
eral days at Del Rio attending the
Miss Maty FitzSimon of San An-
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Let us do your job printing.
Dr. N. It. Lewie. Poetoc
Sunday School: 10:00 A. M.
Morning Worship: 11:00 A. M-
Training Union: 7:00 P. M.
Evening Worship: S O# P. M.
Officers and Teachers Meeting,
7:30 P- M.
Midweek Church Night, 8:00 P-
'Ti*ir Rehearsal, 8:45 P. M. _
LQQKf ELECTRIC IRONS
laid Office. Phone 127.
io uevme, via uuniay, over a nara ( n
surfaced road between Duniay and;t°nio was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
173 terminal at Biry. Says we are: nard FitzSimon last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tondre and
son, Brice, were at Galveston where
Mr. Tondre attended the Embalmers
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Keller of
IjiPryor were visitors in the Louis.
Schott home last Wednesday. _ I
Mr. Leo Biediger of San Antonio
has been staying at the bedside of
his father. Jacob Biediger. who is I
CHILLS ft FEVER
DUE TO MALARIA
Cmo On wlf • *■«—<
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Nations and j very ill.
daughters, from Somerset spent Sun j^r. and Mrs. Alex E. Jungman.
day with Mijs Vick Love. jr> an(i fon, Curtis, of San Antonio
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Henson spent j were weekend visitors in the Robert
the week w ith his brother at Station.! Tschirhart home.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bohl spent; Mrs Joe jlans „„„ daughter, Vera
Sunday with her parents in Castro- *
The Flower Shop
LUCILLE NEWTON. Prag-
Saatb Frant St. HaaAa, Taaas
I^roy Wernette from the Pacific
arrived home Sunday to be with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wernette
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jennings and
children from Robstown are speml-
Mr. and Mrs.
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-. jvir *iain - -
Lee, and Mr. and Mrs. F.dgar H. Har-
rell all of San Antonio visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schott Sunday.
Mr. Beu Schwegmann, Sr., and
daughter. Mary and Miss Elizabeth
Grams of San Antonio visited in .he
('has. Suehs, S-r. home Monday even-
Mrs. Robert Netherlen of Devine
visited with Mr and Mrs. Chas.
PLAY SPONSORED BY
IEWS NOTES TIM TI1E DEVINE
|Clirij.ine M-n W»nU Hi-Way 173 j
I E. M. Jo'.ir i, ockman and
Anisr i r"■ ri ; ne, was in Devine
|»ir. ".ondry, >.kimr in the inter-
1 of o state or national highway,
ri C : s' ■ e I!e ays a paved nigh- ,
ky is ve r. ch ne o!ed from iour-
l"‘ •• ' -i Chri i c r.:.d on towards |
torpe hrisfi. When the railroad)
mi a: ■ jiiu.no id a road to Jour j
NW’ in ho junction of the 1.1
lC. N. tu-ar Von Ormy, it laid off
J' ’• . road as far as Chns-
a lies further south than it
l*tr built the road; but has a srrad-
F riglit-nf-way that far south. Since
[’ vho were induced to set-
* the ( hnstine section were not giv-
the proposed railroad he feels
■»< justice, the right-of-way
• ' miles should be given for
tfate nr Federal highway to those1
•pie He has enlisted the help of
NEW FOUNTAIN P.-T.A.
8:30 P.M. SAT. JUNE 8
New Fountain School
PROCEEDS FOR BENEFIT NEW FOUNTAIN P.-T. A. AND
•ROBERT GREENE MEMORIAL” POLIO WARD.
CATES OPEN . P. M. EVERYBODY INVITED
EAST FRONT ST.
A TERRIFIC VALUE
o Oool Eaay-Gitp HaailaJ
a Coawl—> ft— waight 4Hlba.
• Coaplata with Dotachabla Coed,
o SuttabW lor All Typ— of I—ata®.
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UK SALKS COMPANY
534 PMtabvrgh llfu UM«. • PgpLpj FHUbwfH H Pte
Church of Christ
INVITES YOU TO WORSHIP
AT THESE SERVICES:
. According to the best
authorities, the mini-
mum dally A, D end B
Complex Vitamin re-
quirement* of the aver-
age person are: a _
A dm USP Unite, D
*7 l muae n£
People do not get enough at
tV^.bal Vitamin* DO TOUT
1 l k r?r.L,ATv,TAM,w TAwrrs
B 7Vku?N**A-DAY Vitamin A and
Across Street From
MASK’S BLACKSMITH SHOP, HONDO
De Montel Appliance Store
GAS AND ELECTRICAL
Am) follow jnRtruci.osift in
tbft R«)l Bio* Bo«*k. To rpi y.Hir sopr
Mnil I0r with your nitrv »' *1 »• hJ.PDft
UU WOTWtin t0,'7. :r f’unt>, Ind.
•:45 e. —.
Communion and Wor.hip Seryieo
10:48 a. —.
7:30 p. -•
Mid-Week Bible Study
7:30 p. —.
:ka South of Traffic Light
Heyen’s Floral Shop
JULY 4th CELEBRATION
To Build Home for American Legion Post
Everyone i. invited to attend barbecue dinner with all the trimming, to
be held in Wernette’. Garden on July 4th. Come «nd Bring the family and
.pend the Day. Help the Boy. who fought for you.
KENO AMUSEMENTS SOFT DRINKS
A dance will be held in the evening with Bendele'. Melody Boy. furni.hing
the mu.ic. COME ALL
BUTANE GAS AND GAS SYSTEMS
POSSUM FLATS ... "cupids ammunition
Weiss Wurzbach Post, American Legion
•y GRAHAM HUNTER
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 60, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, May 31, 1946, newspaper, May 31, 1946; Hondo, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563856/m1/5/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.