The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, June 11, 1943 Page: 3 of 6
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LA COSTE LEDCERETS
wit** Mr. and Mm. J»« Hutzler anil
Mr*, Louisa Mitif«‘ldi*r.
A free wedding dance was given
in the evening at Frank Rilin'* Place.
LETTERS FROM OUR BOYS
THE SERVICE |
,mi» l* Biedifer,
Th. Devin* Nvw*.
fr*"‘ the son of Mr. and Mrs.
^B.ed.ger of Lafoste. Franci.
V * inducted into the service on Feb
1943, and was assigned to
•T. * He left home on March
*,j‘was sent to the N-val Tram-
• ‘"ution at San Die*;. California.
*;c,s is now waiting for an assign
.* to school. , .
private Claude Salzman w.io )<
*ned at Kelly Field visited his
.ynts. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Salzman,
"^eant Alton E. Stein i* report-
’ he somewhere in England. He
,e, that it is a very beautiful
,„trv and that he would like to live
during peace time Sr-- Stem
'vL son of the late Mr and Mrs.
Kob Stein of Cliff.
Word has been received that J. K
’ton, ton of Mr* and Mrs. J. H.
Shelton of Macdona. has been pro-
Ved to the rank of Petty Officer
.oflli ( lass. He is now storekeep-
*nd he is still stationed in Boston.
Aviation Cadet Roblee Perrault,
,n ,f Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Perrault,
Pearson, is now stationed at Kelly
We have recently received word
Oat Herbert Adam, son of Mr. and
in joe Adam of LaCoste, has been
YOffloted to the rank of Sergeant,
lerbert is in the U. S. Army and is
i!»tioned in England
pfc. Basil Karm of Camp Chaffee,
^rk, wrote his father. A E. Karm.
f is recent promotion to Private
firs* Class. Basil joined the Army
, February and is in Headquarters
juiinly Section and likes army life
Harold Mangold is at home after
• ■ iduation from St. Mary’s Uni-
er-?v on June 1.
Mr and Mrs. Alfred F. Neuman
fori Hondo were visitors here last
Mi- Woodrow Stein and children
rem Cliff anad Mrs. Arinin Boehme
r.a bu!>y from above Castrovil!.* vis-
ed Mrs. Josephine Biediget here
M* and Mrs. Henry Zinsmeyer vis-
led Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zinsmeyer
Rio Medina Tuesday.
Therese and Alex Hitzfelder Jr.
it tor El Paso Sunday for a visit
:,h their brother. Lt. and Mrs. Matt
iafelder a.:d daughter.
Mr- Harry Meyer of Dunlay i:. a
t:ent at the Medina Hospital at
«mlo where she underwent an op-
tion last Friday.
M and Mrs. R. I). Bippert and
,r. Vernor, attended the graduation
the-ir niece. Miss Evelyn Luts, at
H i is Friday night.
Mr R. J. Mangold and daughter,
_b*d. of here visited with Mr. and
r- Ivan Mangold and daughter,
atherine, of San Antonio a few
ys this week.
Mr and Mrs. Max Mechler of the
jz community visited with Mr. and
r.v Rudolph Reus and sons near
Miss Antoinette Franger, gradu-
of the Santa Rosa School of
ursing, is spending her vacation
atn her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hen-
Franger and family at Macdona.
Mi and Mra. Charles Ernbrey and
tt.e son, Jimmy, returned home
•ulay, Mrs. Ernbrey and Jimmy
been visiting her parents, Mr.
i Mrs Alex Jungman, here the
Mr and Mrs. Clifford Keller and
by from California arrived home
Iv for a visit with Mr. Keller’s
other und sister, Mrs. Margaret
>*.er and Mrs. Hurry Freeman,
tJ other relatives here.
Mi- Wilfred Hutzler, Mrs. Ber
ar i Zinsmeyer and son, Mrs. Adolph
.ir-n.eyer ami daughter, Patricia,
mJ Miss Margaret Fisher attended
ae .elding of Mis* Evelyn Hutzler
r-i Otto Mann Jr. Tuesday.
Mr and Mrs. Chas Halty and sons,
f. and Mrs. Frank Rphl. Mr. and
Herman Hitzfelder ami son,
*rome, and Mr. ami Mrs. Joe I^ainon
r i family attended the wedding
‘■r.re of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mann
r Tuesday evening.
Miss Hortense Keller, Mrs. Edgar
— nj)f, Mrs. O. H Harless, Miss An*
* Ma;> Rihn, Mr. Adolph Zinsmeyer
T'i daughter, Patricia, Mrs Wilfred
’utz'er, and Mrs. Louisa Hitzfelder
re mong those attending the wed*
intr of Miss Evelyn Hutzler and Ot-
Muin Jr. on Tuesday.
A surprise birthday party given
)' her grandchildren very pleasant*
. surprised Mrs. Mary A. Burell on
»r r.Hth birthday Sunday afternoon,
ay TO. Games and conversation
*ssed the afternoon. A delicious
hrch was served consisting of pork
J8»t sandwiches, cake and soda pop.
'any lovely gifte were received by
,r*. Burell. Those present were:
ir- and Mrs. M. L. Becker and
daughter, Clara, Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
r*cker and daughters, Mabel and
apnes Ann, Miss Elizabeth Becker,
nd Mrs. F. W. Waltisperger. At a
te hour all departed wishing Mrs.
“Ml many happy returns of the
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Tkv Bandera Nvw Era.
BOY BITTEN BY RATTLER
• Tkv Dvviav News.
• SCHOTT-C A MPSEY
S. Sgt. Wilfred F. Schott and Miss
Polly Canipsey of San Antonio were
married May 10, 1043. at Oklahoma i
City. S. Sgt. Schott is the son of Theirs was a part far greater
A SOLDIER'S TOAST
Down muddy slippery paths
Through jungle dark and wild
They carried back the wounded
As a mother would her child.
They toiled all day in stifling heat
With never a groan or whine,
That food for both and the troops
And guns should reach the forward
Select Your Farm
FOR SALK—One-half block <4
large Iota) just west of Hondo High
School. Will aell loU separately or
| in one tract. HONDO LAND COM-
PANY. Hondo Anvil Herald Offleo
• • •
A desirable lot in reoidoneo Me
tion of Jourdanton, Ataacoan Count:
i fo» tale or will exchango for nay
thing of equal vain#
treatment seen it
.“I'd iLt.' •}& th.oki..t‘r
Hermes farm, 21 miles southwest of
Bandera.—San Antonio Express.
He was taken to San Antonio in
the Plummer ambulance. His fath-
The heat, the flies, the swamps
The damp, the dark, dismal uepths!
FROM THE F.OrE.T.EsjJXHThMSiri’aSi:
LISTED BELOW AND LET US I tonio for sale reasonable.
SERVE YOU. FOR SALE—Lota on both Eaut
Acreage, both in and adjoining and West »ide of High School build-
the city limits, choice residence lots jpg. Hondo Land Co. tf
jTh <h? Mr. .nd M,V. The S'.iriidV pari. of .nd M.;, .
. , - P (qi> (Fe Hondo Land Co. listings. * * *
And many a mountain stream; lur c
The air that heat mak-s awful; the
Mr. and Mrs. Augurt Haass and
er stated Tuesday that he was doing son from San Antonio spent the
Mrs. Hattie Billings is visiting
the John Tyra home at Utopia.
Mr and Mrs. Robert O’Bryant of .TT.nT
* r»n,.h & * Valley Wells.
week-end wjth Mr. and Mrs Louie The native8 Jus‘pmin -boongs”.
Haass and Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Haas*. j0 ,,ou shared many a soldier’s good well with hand pump; garage
| J. Ahr returned to his home in San I prayer! etc., all in good condition, situated
Antonio after spending some time with loved ones left at home; on six lots in town of D’Hanis. See
with Mr. Albert Bilhartx. An(j t0 those “Down Under” .here, the Davises of HONDO LAND CO.
FOR SALE: Two unimproved lots
F'OR SALE, for $2250.00 cash, a no/thwtst corner on Highway 90,
four-room, hall anil bath, cottage Faster part of Hondo.
Miss Dorothy Galloway is spend- j 8U|fKest a toa8t today_
ing some time with her sister, Mrs. -p0 those who got no medals,
,, ... .. No trumpet sounds to call,
, i.* r** To the natives of New Guinea,
Ahce L.tt eton. Mrs. Bill Parker and May God rt,Wiird them all!
little Shirley attended the Baccalau- T ppc CHESTER A W
reate sermon in Devine.
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Haass and
Mrs. R. R. Haass attended the grad-
. uation on Monday night in Devine.
San Antonio Rev anJ M„ R r) vVilliams of
in the homes of J. B.
the Lovelace ranch at Bandera were
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Padgett and
son, Bob, went to Hondo Saturday.
Miss Dorothy Scheile has been vis-
iting Mr. and Mrs. Louis Graff *t
Hondo this week.
Delbert Hicks of
spent the week-end here with home- Mv“;Red
° Hattie Estes is leaving for F.ldo- 0wen!, and Louis Biry
rado this week to join her parents.
Htttie Woods will be the new opera-
Mr. and Mrs. Newi Nance of Me-
dinu visited Mrs. J. W. Glass Friday.
Mrs. Emma Cobb and Earl
PFC. CHESTER A. WALCH,
I * * *
• • •
FOR SALE—20 acre farm with
large house—good well w ith wind-
mill and tank and large barn—one-
half mile from courthouse—$4500.00
FOR SALE—213-acre stock farm:
68 acres in cultivation—two houses
—drilled well with windmill and
tank, also dirt tank—all goat fenced
—$25.00 per acre.
On account of the heavy rain all
day Saturday, amounting to from
four to six inches, attendance at
back from a visit to Nixon, San An- church was small Sunday. Broom
tonio, Kerrville and Kimble county, com is ready to be harvested and
Lt. Norman Mansfield of Aber- there i* a large acreage planted,
deen. Mil., and Miss Eva Marie Mans- Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Saathoff of
field of San Antonio visited their San Antonio spent Sunday here with
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee,Mansfield, lelatives.
last week. Mrs. Horace Johnson and two lit-
Mrs. John l ollins visited her new tie daughters left* for their hom.e in
May 27, 1943.
Just a few* lines to let you
that I enjoy reading your paper sent
to me by my mother, since my moth- . . A. _ . . . .
er doesn’t have any too muen time to i . us show you the Barkuloo Ad-
write what is going on around home, dition before you buy town lota
1 have been stationed here in the 1 -*»- ”
yards since last September. I see
sailors by the thousands but till to-
day I haven’t run across anybody
A business lot half block from
post office; priced reasonable.
• • •
Three lota half block from court-
If you do not see what you wan*
here tell us anyhow; we’ll fiad it for
• • •
THE FLETCHER DAVISES.
HONDO LAND CO.,
Licensed Land Sales and Rental
and acreage property to select from. Phone 127 Hondo, Texas
D’HANIS BOY PROMOTED
Joseph M. Zinsmeyer, of D’Hanis (
I saw the launching of a destroy r 1 Texas, who has been stationed at
Tell your real estate
HONDO LAND CO.
May 20th, the first ship to be
launched here since 1917 in the
Puget Sound navy yard.
I have seen several ships which
have been to battle come in for re-
rur,i’vs ss ar».s?LS"v tr™
visit there some time.
We were happy to receive a V-
inail letter from Lt. John S. Buchan-
an from somewhere in Africa. He
a good time, goes
day in the Mediter-
ranean Sea. He has been at that
iri Bandera Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Stodder und J M.
Evans went to Banderu Thursday.
Mrs. Knight and son of Louisiana
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
E. Spencer and Billy Jean. Mrs.
Knight left Saturday' for her home reports having
and Billy Jean returned with her for swimming everv
an extended visit. ranean Sea. H
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Glass made a Plact‘ since November, and no doubt
business trip to Bandera Friday. has seen active duty over there. He
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Estes have is lining well and enjoying the na-
employment at the Fabian Garrison who speak most “High” Ger-
ranch near Hondo. nian, which he understands quite
Johnny Schmidt of San Antonio weH-
visited his folks here Tuesday. 0ur daughter, Mrs. H. S. Brannen
W. L. Fries, Mrs. Anton Slezak an<l *°n, Herschel Jr., left June 5th
and Miss Lila Coughran were San for Norfolk, Va., where her husband
Antonio visitors Wednesday. '* stationed at the U. S. Army Naval
Anton Slezak was a business visi- Training Station since last July,
tor in San Antonio and Hondo this sho wa* accompanied on her trip by
week. the wives of two other men who are
Mr. and Mra. Cantwell and Mr. Pac<ty. They will spend their vaca-
and Mrs. Gene Ulbrich visited Mrs. al!,° stationed there in the same ca-
Jim Glass Saturday night. l*on there. All three of the ladies
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Anderson are teaching in and near Houston,
and children of D’Hanis, Jo Nell and I Miss AmV Melton, a student of
Vernon Geuea, and Mrs. Ervin Lein- Swim Lutheran College, is at home
weber of Hondo visited in the C. F. on a month’s viait, after which she
Geuea home this week-end. wiI1 K° to Austin where she will en-
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Estes of the ter Texas University.
Garrison ranach were in Tarpley j Voc. Ag. teacher John McAnelly
Sunday. Gregory i» visiting homefolks for
Pat and Bill Coffey were in Han- > f*w day8-
dera Saturday. Mr- and Mrs. Herman Mueller and
Mrs. Anton Slezak, Nell Jeffers, d“o»fbter of Mason visited his sister,
Red Coughran and F. H. Cobb went Herman Faseler, and husband
to Hondo Monday. Friday.
• • •
Roland Britsch was in San Antonio
Monday to bring back Mrs. Britsch,
who had her tonsils removed there
Bennie Sprott has joined the Navy
and is stationed at Corpus Christi.
Otto and Albert Wicmers of Hon-
do visited in the B. G. Wiemers
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Saathoff and |
children and Jake Saathoff of Dun- i
lay, Medina County, were Bandera j
visitors yesterday. 11. H. and Jake
are natives of Bandera county, be- .
ing sons of the late Mr. and Mrs. !
Sgt. and Mrs. Ray Lucas of Hondo
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ().
O. Adams, yesterday.
Miss Lois Estelle Billings of Hon-
do visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
F. C. Billings yesterday.
I have two more brothers in the
j Frederick Army Air Field, Okla., for
[the past several months, has been
promoted from corporal to sergeant,
the field’s public relations officer
Sgt. Zinsmeyer entered the ser-,
vince on Oct. 5, 1942, at Hondo, I
Texas, and is a member of the 70th
Army, Sgt. Richard H. in North Afri- TEFT Squadron at the field, one of
ca and Pvt. Gerhart, at Drew Field, the Gulf Coast’s newest advanced
llJUat l/ou Buy With
Nurse that heating plant along for
it must do you for the duration.
Metal . . every bit we can rake
and scrape up is going into War
Production to provide the tools for
our Boys on the fighting fronts.
Mrs. Robert de Montel of Castro-
ville announces the engagement and
approaching marriage of her daugh-
ter, Mollie Elizabeth, to Albert
Frank Schraer of Beuumont, son of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schraer
Miss de Montel attended Incar-
nate Word College and received her
degree from the University of St.
The bridegroom-elect attended St.
Mary’s University and was graduat-
ed from the Drake School of Busi-
The wedding will take place on
June 19th. in San Antonio, the
bride-elect’s home for the past sev-
But start saving now for that heat-
ing plant by your purchase of War
Bonds every payday through a Pay-
roll Savings plan. War spending goes
on month after month. So War Sav-
ings must keep pace, month after
month. Put at least ten percent of
your income in War Savings through
War Bonds. U. s. Trnuury Department
Florida; and Gus Weynand, S. F.
1/c, stationed on the New Caledonia
I enjoy reading the paper very
Just another Home Boy.
T/5 ARNOLD H. WEYNAND,
U. S. Army.
Baek the attack by nppinff
your payroll savings your
very next payday. Measure
your savings by your new
twin-engine flying schools for bomb-
W. C. Dysart, successful Collin
county landowner and livestockmanj
, has a brood sow which he says, chalk*
ed up a record in 1942 that may
j stand for many years. This Chester
White sow produced during the year
three litters of 56 pigs, the three
litters representing 15, 22 and 19
Get your Debit and Credit Slips at
the Anvil Herald office.
Try Alka •f*tt**r tm
, AcM laCIrattea. Pfaai
dkolte. SO mC Nf.
ON E Q DAY
iiamin " rami'
THE OLD JUDGE SAYS...
" Your tires are in good shape, Judge.. .ought
to last you at least another 5,000 miles.”
“I’ve been very careful of them, Jim, since
I learned how much the government needs
rubber. Only drive when I have to...keep
her under 35 an hour and have the tires
switched around every 1,000 miles.”
“Me, too, Judge. Pretty tough spot we
were put in gettin’ our supply of rubber cut
off just when we needed it most. But, we’ll
be gettin’ plenty of synthetic rubber real
soon. Say, is it true, Judge, that the beverage
distilling industry has a part in producing it?”
“Yes, a very important part, Jim. That
industry’s facilities for producing grain al-
cohol make it possible to include 200,000
tons of rubber from grain in the government's
870,000-ton synthetic rubber program.
Pretty important contribution to our war
effort, isn’t it Jim?”
“ It certainly is, Judge. Wonder how many
people really realize it?”
Confrttnrt of Alcoholic flcretosc /*)<....Ir 1*1, ii
By Irv Tirman
c 8t. Joseph Church of Devine
the scene of a beautiful wedding
Tuesday. June 1, when Miss
Pi Hutzler, daughter of Mr. and
Adolph Hutzler of Devine, be-
the bride of Otto Mann Jr., son
r. and Mr*. Otto Mann Sr., also
>evine. Min* Hutzler formerly
l, 1 bride won given in marriage
ier father, and wan met at the
rail by the groom and hin bent
Tnnv Mann, brother of the
m. The bride wan gowned in
pn hlue with white aeeensorien
"ore a cornage of of white ear-
>n*. Mian Dorin Hutzler wan her
*'only attendant. She wan ,
•ed in pink with aeeennorien to j
B She wore a cornage of pink (
reception won held in the home I
^ hride'n parent*. I
lose attending from lAiCoste
now uOOft BO**’ I’vf GOT a W* m
, IDT OS WORK TO 00,SO 1 WON'T ;
SI ABLE TO SHOW you MOUND* BUT
rvf ARRANGED TO HAVE ONf 0$TMI
BOVS DO SO*
dova vtB marrv! iz vou’Ri
WANNA *« } NOT BUSY, WHICH VOU
MB 'BOUT 4 GENERALLY AREN’T, I
SUMPk WANT YOU TO SHOW ,
CHIEF* - -------------
I these buildings hey fellas?
L ARE THE BOUND XW?THE«’S
KI0?WMAD0A*A Y /
LsOpood'n! T say'that ain’t
PE thought va\ Charlie? ►-<
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, June 11, 1943, newspaper, June 11, 1943; Hondo, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563915/m1/3/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.