The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, January 15, 1932 Page: 5 of 9
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NOTICE OF MORTAGEE’S SALE.
STATE OF TEXAS
ST. PAULS LUTHERAN CHURCH.
HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETS.
k P" ' ' hriti January 20th to COUNTY OF MEDINA j
Pi5 to D*’ * rior.do, Florts- Whereas. Sunflower Oil Corpura-
I » 8*“ An »’ -coU*int farm- tion, made, executed and delivered
Gonw^' ; . „ )lfV. its certain chattel mortage, convey-
and dealers o the . ■ jn^ jj g. Wrnette, the herein-
requ roments of the a^er de!,cribed chattels and personal
rades on corn and property, securing the payment of
:r*l F*1" K n j bov to meet a certain note in the principal sum
. rjtbums • ' . d 0f Twelve Hundred sixty-eight Dol-
■ncludes dtmons ]£rs and .76 ($1268.75), with int-
*>« in ad l.titm to exP erest from date at 8 per cent per
\ ,£(je< jr-* - ading, accord- annum which note is now long past
c ' , . -it from the Fx- due and unpaid, said chattel mortage
iR*,r ' Texes A. and M
was duly fortwith filed with the
County Clerk of Medina County,
inspectn T‘*b*’ Mid
-alio a’l -r" ' o -pei.. The said Sunflower Oil Corpora-
W N 'ained hy F. L. Moms, tjon> having failed and refused to
^ ( rot Supervisor, pay SHjd note, notice is hereby given
i?*1 ' demonstration of -hat I. H. B. Wernette. Mortagagee,
i bv C W. hv virture of the authority vested
l trading 'vl . c in me by said chattel martgage, will
. federal District Dram . 1 - fej] ,be foHowing: described person-
eontrol cf inser,ts in stored aj property and chattels to-wit:
j... by H. R. Rop- That certain rotary well drilling
vu . ; the Extension rig now owned by Sunflower Oil
«TrVMUr agronomist of Corporation. located in Medina Coun-
jrt: E. A ty, Texas, on the Mrs. Mary Mo-
ii-jten-ion Servi •• is to ta o. jjejd parm consisting of—
- ducticn and how it affects One c;team boiler complete
^ J, , f cf nley, Chief Fed- Draw works complete, with travel-
Antonio ing block and cable
One crown block
One pump, Gumbo buster
One Acme engine
One Lucy Rotary
One Water supply tank
One fuel supply tank
One Rotary hose
; nuhlic sale for cash at the Court
1-v -i«n and Insp -tion Service of House door in the City of Hondo,
Department of Ag- Medina County, Texas, between the
_ ,,*.,,1 attend- Hours of 10 A. M. and 4 P. M. on
Pareto expect mma c Saturday. January 22. 1932, and
and interest in the sc .oo . wi!l make to the purchaser or pur-
i,.r chasers a good and valid bill of sale,
hool in San Antonio Janu- Witness my signature on this the
if Countv Agent 4th dav of January, A. D. 1932.
H. B. WERNETTE.
“And thus did Hezekiah throueh-
°ut all Judah and wrought that, The Udi„ Ald Societv of St.
wh.ch was goodI and right and truth Paurg Lutheran Church met w,[h
before the Lord his God. And in Mrs. R. W Wchter on Wednesday
he Law and tn the commandments . afternoon, January „ Tbe meetin‘,
to seek hts God, he did It with all 0JM>ned by # re.dinjt from ^
h,s heart and prospered”-l 1 Chron.jture and prmyer by Reverend Lieb.
’ ' . farth, who also gave a review of the
The semce next Sunday, January ^ chapters of The Book of
17, will be held in the English lan- Actg wHch j? being gtudied b the
guage beginning at 10-30 o’clock.| ROciety and an ingtructive talk on the
The Sunday school begins 9;15. , 9th and 10th chapters, which was
The Ladies Aid Society met at the p.eatly enjoyed
home of Mrs. R. W. Richter, and
the election of officers for the year
Reports were given by the treasur-
er and various committees. The
took place. The same staff was eieftion of office„ followed with
elected as for the previous year. the following results: Prt.sidentt Mrs.
namely Mrs. Ben Oefinger, president; Pen 0efin(rtT; vice-president, Mrs.
Mrs. H E. Haass. vice-president; „ E Haasg. ^tary, Mrs. Alice
Mrs. Alice Reinhart, secretary, and Reinhart and treasurer> Mrs. Anna
Mrs. C. J. Stiegler, treasurer.
The congregation chose two new
Stiegler. All were re-elected.
The business having been trans-
trustees to take the place of Mr. Ous. acted a socia, hour wag enjoyed and
Rothe and Mr. Walter Saathoff.; refreshments were served.
whose term of office expired. The ,
new trustees elected are Mr. Emil WANTED 1So.ooO ACRES OF
The Castro Colony Historical So-
ciety met at the Parish Hall. Castro-
ville, at 2:30 P. M. Sunday for the
purpose of appointing a committee
for the beautification of September
Square. The committee »n appoint-
ed ag follows: Herbert Mills, Chair-
man. Mrs. H. V. Haass, Jr., Miss
Ruth Lawler, Mrs. Gabe Hans, Mrs.
Louis Schott, Mr. Joe Steinle and
Mr. Herbert Tmrrfnr.
The committee is to make plan?
for planting trees- and shrubbery on
the .square where the monument to
the settlers of Castroville is laid.
The plans are to he presented to the
Society at a meeting at 2:30 P. M.
Sunday, January 17, 1932 in the
Parish Hall of Castroville. All mem-
bers and directors of the Society
should be present.
i Grain Inspector at San
.access of similar
vrtr which resulted in an almost
i'pwr cent increase in the cars of
U -White" com *lliPPe“ oul 01
<uthwest last summer bads rep-
Lntatives of the Federal Grain
Britsch and Mr. Joe Palle.
Mr. William B. Miller and Miss
Dell Ludwig were united in marriage
on December 29 at the Lutheran
NEW FOUNTAIN METHODIST
LADIES’ BRIDGE CLUB.
20 is in charge
Dr. Maliy and will he held in the
m Publishing Company Build-
j], Hondo mi January 21, Coun-
Agem C. M. Merritt i? in charg* ___
'the meeting to be held at the ^rs Horace Bradley was hostess
inber of Commerce Hall On Jan- 0f a st>ven table bridge, one day last
. 22nd at the Chamber of ( om- vvtM,ki honoring the members of the
pt Hall in Flore-ville, County Padjes> Bridge Club and a group of
nt E. 0. Beck will have charge, a<d(]itional friends. Fern and pot
i at Gonzales January 23rd, ( oun- p]ant? ;n bloom formed a simple but
Agent J. M. Fan <!er- has arrang- charming setting for the party,
for the meeting to be held at the Club prizes were awarded Mrs. L.
J. Bruoks for high and Mrs. Earl
Poon for consolation. Mrs. Melliff
Lippold won high score prize for the
guests and Mrs. J. G. Barry won the
The hostess served a delectable sal-
ad course and coffee at the conclu-
sion of the bridge.
Those present were Mesdames L.
J. Brucks, Earl Boon, W. O. Rothe,
F. H. Sehweers, Earl Starnes. Alice
lie. A terrific climax is brought Reinhart. O. B. Taylor. O. H. Miller,
ut by that powerful element, the Robert Bendele, Barnitz Carle. L. E.
ic Ocean. This picture has Kol|marii h. J. Meyer, E. J. Murray,
billed heretofore but was never p j Leinv eh-r, Arthur Rothe, Eric
wi-it’s a new picture! Rothe w H smith, Eugene Mofield,
imedy— sparkling scads of it— E1?ic vVorden, J. G. Barry, T. B.
drama, romance, pathos are the Kno p> j y Finger, Charles Monk-
Bients which get a thorough work- house. 'Jack Lacy, Melliff Lippold,
in the hands of a very capable vdney Boon, Bobert Kollman and
very large cast of stage and Mlgg Lil!ian Brucks.
,een favorites in "Girls Ah- i __..__
Go to church January 17th, to he
healthy in mind and soul and body.
New- Fountain Methodists are bid-
ding you welcome to all services.
Morning Worship, 10:45 A. M.
Sunday School at regular hour—
9:30 A. M.
T^arge eastern concern wants from
50,000 to 150,000 acre body of farm-
ing and truck-growing land for
colonization and truck growing pur-
poses in Texas. Parties having lands
suitable for such purposes are re-
quested to communicate with—
HONDO LAND CO.
Box 218 Hondo, Texas.
Every German-language speaking
family should have a German news-
paper. The Freie Presse fuer Texas is
the leading weekly newspaper
Evening Services—Epworth Lea- printed in the German language pub
' gue nt 7:00 P. M , Subject— Doubt.) •'shed in Texas. It is sold at the low
Sermon by the pastor to follow the i Price of $2.00 per year and by re-
above program. I witting for it, either new or renewal
Subject: The Church. subscription, through this office you
Mid-week services every Wednes-! t»" P^t both the Freie Presse and
day at 7:15 P. M. Farming a whole year for the price.
The rule in the army was “All °f fhc freie Iresse alone. S*-nd your
or accounted for.” Let j S--00 t0(lay to Farming, Hondo,:
JUNIOR BRfOCF. CLUB.
Mrs. Barnitz C*r!e delightfully
entertained the Junior Bridge Chi1'
Tuesday afternoon. The recept’on
hall and living room were very Spring
like with brooming geraniums scat-
tered about. Five games of bridge
were enjoyed with Mrs. Eugene Mo-
field holding high score and Mrs.
Garland Martin low-.
Delicious pie and coffee were serv-
ed to the following guests and
members: Mesdames Jack Lacy,
L. E. Kolloman, Garland Martin.
Henry Merriman, Elsie Worden,
Eugene Mofield, J. P. Ephriam,
Miss Fanye C’arle and the hostess,
Mrs. Barnitz Carle.
•im MM 0» HMW fMtMMMbn ■
SATURDAY, JANUARY 16th
Walter Huston, in—
“A House Divided”
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
January 18th- 19th
Girls About Town
Kay Francis—Lilyan Tashman
Joel McCrea—Eugt ne Pallette
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
Gary Cooper, Marlene Dietrich
Return shewing at reduced
prices—10c and 25c
SATURDAY. JAN. 23rd.
Return showing at reduced
SATURDAY AT 3 P. M.
SHOW STARTS AT 7:30
MRS. ALFRED G. BRUCKS
DOES CUSTOM WASHING
Give me a Trial
I CALL FOR AND DELIVER
that be your aim
in church attend-!
:mber of Commerce.
Saturday bring- to th>- Colonial
titrt screen that stars, realistic
m "A House Divided”, with
Iter Huston, Kent Douglass, and
Jen Chandler. It is the story of
iin of hate’s rule over his grown
and intended mail-order
500 BUSHELS YELLOW EAR
Do not let pullets roost on tree (
i limbs in the fall when they start to
lay. This is a habit some pullets ac-!
quire on hot summer nights. To -
1 break them of the habit, confine
ihem to the laying house for a few
nays, or i lip tin flightfeathers on one
Avoid the Rush
GET YOUR LIGHTS TESTED NOW
IS EQUIPPED TO GIVE YOU QUICK SERVICE
—IN THE FRONT DOOR AND OUT THE BACK—
The Fall of Rome
jrti", Parami unt’s lavish and hril-
^it talkie which comes to the Colon-
Theatre on Monday and Tuesday.
* Americans have a word for what
central characters of “Girls
TO MY PATRONS.
Having sold my Service Station
business in Hondo to Mr. Henry L.
Muennink, I wish to extend to one
'°U.t “w" dtl; !t "l "gold-dig- and a|i my sincerest thanks for the
ay F;Kn,l-s and L'lyan 'hash- patronafre that you gave me and to
« Play these parts as inveterate golicit a (.ontinuation of your good-
wFw will and favors to my successor.
Yours in appreciation,
ARMIN BENDELE, JR.
The ponip and power of Rome is gone,
While other nations carry on.
Rome was wasteful, would net save;
To idle pleasures her time she gave.
Though she was rich she lived too high,
Decay set in. and she passed by.
And so with man who lives too fast,
He, too, will fall; he cannot last.
The Hondo ?tate Bank on the fate of Rome
Sees a lesson wc should all take home.
HONDO STATE BANK
(Copr. 1927 Adam Brown Hunter)
Corn Prices Are Up!
r"*tte and blond dazzler*
y upon the easy spenders who
' to the big city for business and
Mre. Eugene Pallette and Joel
trea are the masculine interest
fMirlene Dietrich, Gary Cooper,
»iph Menjou, Ullrich Hampt, Juli-
* Ccrnpton, Francis McDonald,
Mrt Cont‘ and others bring a
toble C8st to the Colonial screen
“r?d'*y and F riday. in the enter-
r*rg Paramount feature “Moroc-
The is a soldier in the
Legion; the heroine is a
rt0rmer in a music hall, who be-
Mends her from
to the hero when
- m love with each other. A
—*::: nhon y,u need printinK.
Graduate and Registered
of San Antonio, Texas, has re-
opened his Hondo office on the
second floor of the
over the Green Tag Store
Eyes scientifically examined
and Glasses Fitted.
Office is equipped with the
latest sceintific instruments
for eye examinations.
At CASTROVILLE, Sunday, Jan. 17th
Jimmie and Kis 10 Piece
EVERYBODY IS CORDIALLY INVITED
KAZMEIER baby chicks
time. evnL0bject to. Produce the finest and best-bred baby chicks,
duce nr ,pn"fe' tra'ning and money can produce. We do not pro*
sition »n ,u <ai’ flicks, because they are a money losing propo-
I1,0"' traprul' <Jytr’ F can furnish you my best Certified chicks,
‘•win iranm* ♦ i • tutuinu ,vv»u ......
WT|t discount r' L'-'digi-ttf bred and blood-tested hens, at a 40 per
“tnuarv lx tb<‘ f°L°wing prices, on all orders placed before
fu-sdav in j'v wi,h a 10 per cent deposit, for delivery any
guarantee MiT.ch- APri> or May. We ship prepaid and
hea.tbv chi;r per cent live delivery of strong, vigorous and
»«» by d,';h;>'°ur town. Save money, by placing your order
' g »0 per cent from the following prices.
’ R- L REDS
F- W. KAZMEIER
$20.00 $ 90.00
| Let The
I O. S. T. Service Station
For a limited time only, I will give from 2 to 3 cents a bushel
Premium on corn, on any Voss Washer or Battery Set Radio.
The only Washer with a corrugated full-sized tub.
the only Washer that cleans by the hand-washing method.
Voss Bros. Manufacturing Company are builder’s of
washers for 54 year*.
GET A DEMONSTRATION AND BE CONVINCED.
ELECTRIC WASHER $ 69.95
ENGINE TYPE $109.95
PHONE 179 or 134
Service Your Car
We are here, on the Highway, to service automobile user?
and we sell and recommend the celebrated line of
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ALSO CARRY TIRES, TUBES AND VARIOUS
OUR BUSINESS IS YOUR SERVICE.
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What with tractors, pumps, motor cars, harvesters,
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, January 15, 1932, newspaper, January 15, 1932; Hondo, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth564683/m1/5/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.