The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, February 5, 1937 Page: 4 of 8
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
JOHN T. BRISCOE DEAD.
John Tucker Briscoe, 55, former
state representative from Medina
County, died of a 1
Tell our advertisers you saw their
advertisement in this oaper.
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
JAHU N. SHARPER.
Patronize our advertisers.
FOR RENT—Three furnished
rooms. Call 207. 3tpd.
ARMSTRONG S LINOLEUM, fession in
LEINWEBER’*. r2 years.
All kinds of drinks, at CARLE’S
GOLD SEAL CONGOLEUM
YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME
AT THE PLAZA BAR.
CREOMULSION for Coughs and
Colds at FLY DRUG CO.
AFTER THE SHOW STOP OYER
AT THE BOB CAT GRILL. 2tc
ALL KINDS OF LJIQUORS. AT
KING’S BOX CANDIES AT
Mrs. J. R. Duncan is a recent ad-
trying a case in justice court at De-
vine, Saturday morning, January 30,
1037, at 11:30 o’clock. He was an
attorney ana had practiced his pro-
San Antonio for the past
heart attack while R0THE CONFECTIONERY.
L. J. Bruck», lawyer, ia now lo-
cated next to Besl'i Barber Shop, tf
Flowers for all occasions. Order
from ROTHE’S CONFECTIONERi.
Ti uits and candies of all kinds, at
ARLE S CONFECTIONERY. tf
No ice to
A graduate of Cumberland Univer- j
sity in Lebanon, Tenn., he started his j
law practice in Devine. He was
elected to the House of Represena-
tives from Medina County and served
two terms. He was also a presiden-
tial elector twice. He was the son
of the late George T. Briscoe, one of
the pioneers of Medina County.
Funeral services were held Monday
morning from his residence, 835
West Magnolia Avenue, San Antonio
with Rev. L. R. Cocreham, pastor of
the First Baptist Church of Devine, and Mrs. Charlie Haass, was attacked
with. Try »
Lumber Co. tf
THE PLAZA BAR AND CAFE
SERVE A QUICK LUNCH AND ALL
KINDS OF COLD DRINKS. tf.
AMBULANCE SERVICE any
A'here, DAY or NIGHT. John A.
Horger, Funeral Director. Phone 75.
Walter, the youngest son of Mr
Let us do your job printing.
Get your credit and debit slips at
Mr. Jahu N. Sharber, mention of this 0ffice.
whose sudden death here on the^ mght POPULAR MAKES OF
^is^las^et-^cc^mg fhe |OTTEE BEER AT THE PLAZA
Devine News, was 76 years old and 3AR AND CAFE. tf
DR. TAYLOR. DENTIST, OF-
FICE AT RESIDENCE (1 block E.
of courthouse). PHONE 39.
Don’t forget our exeeptiona; ad-
vantages for handling y$Ur reai es-
tate. Hondo Land Company.
For your fresh butter,
was a native ot Comal County. He
lived a number of years in Eavaca
County, where he married, then
moved to his farm at Black Creek
and later to a farm near Rente n. His
wife died in 927 and for the past
few years he has lived with nis sons,
alternating with Jonn W. of Somer-
set, Aithur L. of Pearsall, and Alvis
dition to our corps of Anvil Herald
BEER. DRAFT OR BOTTLE AT
PLAZA BAR. tf
For Hemstitching see Mrs. R. W.
Speece, at residence opposite north-
Survivois include the widow, Mis
Hattie Briscoe; three sons, John*!’
and Joe E., both of San Antonio, and
George Wilkins Briscoe of Canal
Zone, Panama; the mother, Mrs.
Susie Briscoe; three brothers, George
1.. of Devine, Leo G. of Austin and
Bryan R. Briscoe of San Antonio-
and three sisters, Miss Minnie Bris-
coe and Mrs. V. P. DuBose, both of
, . V.VC auu iuis. v • x . j/uuuat;, uuin
mest corner of courthouse. j Devine, and Miss Stella Briscoe of
Mrs. Ray Worley of Uvalde visited San Antonio.
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A
Heyen, here the first of the w-eek.
IS YOUR INSURANCE MAN,
ONE WHO LIVES AMONG YOU;
OR ONE JUST PASSING THRU?
iui -Tvery Form of Insurance
See 0. H. MILLER, Hondo, Texas,
H. E. Haass, Attorney-at-Law,
Surveyor’s Office, Courthouse, Hon-
do, Texas. All legal matters care-
fully attended to, in all courts of
Texas. Manager Medina County Ab-
Pall-bearers were O. D. Douglass.
Cole Y. Bailey, J. I. Kercheville, J.
C. Sterchi, Craig Adams and C. W.
The Managing Editor of this paper
had known John Briscoe since he was
a boy, and the better to know him
i was to like him the more. Gifted
with a brilliant mind he had what
was more, an understanding heart—
one that could make allowances for
the limitations of others and be fair.
A world so sadly in need of such at-
tributes is pocrer for his untimely
by a large German police dog while
he was making his paper route on
his bicycle Wednesday evening. His
leg was lacerated so badly near the
ankle that a physician had to be call-
ed to attend him.
THE MOST CONVENIENT LO-
CATION IN HONDO—L. F.
LAAKE’S BARBER SHOP, COR-
NER NORTH FRONT AND BAN-
DERA. FIRST CLASS BARBER-
1NG UNDER THE BEST OF SANI-
TARY CONDITIONS. YOUR
PATRONAGE APPRECIATED, tf.
District Attorney R. J. Noonan
left Sunday evening for Uvalde
where District Court opened Monday.
This is Judge Noonan’s first appear-
ance in Uvalde in this capacity and
his second term of the court, having
assumed his duties at the opening of
the first term since his election at
j Hondo on January 1st.
The Parent-Teacher Association of
Hondo High School will meet in reg-
ular session Monday afternoon, Feb.
i 8th, in the school auditorum. In ad-
| dition to an interesting program mo-
’ tivated by the coming anniversary
| Bank and filing a certificate of dis-
j [solution thereof as provided by law.
' This notice is given by order of the
| | Board of Directors of said Hondo
State Bank, this the 12th day of
January A. D., 1937. 9tc.
D. H. FLY,
We do first class job minting.
We have complete stocks of
nationally famous lines, such
H. H. AY'ER’S
EVENING IN PARIS
NYAL’S AND OTHERS
Come hen* for your creams,
face powder, etc.
YOU ARE PAID
$$ CASH $$
IF YOU TRADE AT
Kollman Bros. Store
We offer you cut prices
50c Ipana Tooth Paste for 39c
35c Vick’s Vapor Rub for 29c
30c Metholatum for .. 25e
Any of 3 sizes Kotex for . 19c
Pkg. 10 Modess for ............ 17c
00c Campana Balm and
25c Listerine Tooth Paste
both for ......................... 55c
$1.00 Eggstractor, 2 for $1.00
$1.00 Water Bottle or
Syringe for ..................... 49c
85c Kruschen Salts for . 57c
50c Nyal Milk Magnesia 39c
50c Certified Milk of
Magnesia for ................. 29c
00c Caldwell’s Syr. Pepsin 19c
25c Colgate’s Tooth Paste 19e
50c Colgate’s Tooth Paste 35c
50c Pepsodent Tooth Paste 39c
35c Pond’s Cold Cream .... 25c
$1.10 Pond’s Cold Cream 85e
$1.50 Garden’s Stomach
Remedy ........................ $1.29
$1.20 Admarine ....... 75c
50c Parr Shaving Cream . 39c
10c Perfumed Soaps,
5 for ....................... 27c
1 Pint Thyborine Mouth
Wash for ................... 39c
Pints Rubbing Alcohol 15c
Pints Best Rubbing Alcohol 39c
Pint Good Rubbing Alcohol 25c
Come look over our 10c
Buy your Drugs here.
Our customers have confi-
dence in our drug department,
We stock only fresh, reliable
goods. We dispense with scru-
pulous care and accurate pre-
Your doctor's orders arc car-
ried out to the letter.
Where you will find everything
advertised for sale in a
good Drug Store.
Telephone 124. j
OF 10c OR MORE
OBTAIN A BOOK AND
SAVE YOUR STAMPS.
A FULL BOOK IS WORTH
$2.00 IN CASH.
Money Payable at Kollman Bros. Store.
BANKS PAY YOU INTEREST ON THE MONEY YOU SAVE.
WE PAY YOU INTEREST ON THE MONEY YOU SPEND.
GIANT 14 PASSENGER
FREE! - FREE!
RIDES TO THE FIRST 25 BUYERS OR PROSPECTIVE BUYERS
WHO PRESENT THIS ADD AT OUR SHOW ROOMS FOR SIGNA-
TURE AND FREE RIDE COUPON.
Friday, Saturday, Feb. 5-6th
KINGS FIELD 1-2 MILE WEST OF TOWN ON TARPLEY ROAD.
PASSENGERS FLIGHT OVER THE CITY.
of Victoria AMtaS.VS. £*b cream, whipping cream. milk.
■» only a,star. | mam chmyc., cooked chccsc. ring
146J. C. F. HAASS. 2tpd
FOR KENT—nicely furnished
Southeast bedroom; one or two sin-
gle beds; adjoins bathroom; close-in;
quiet. Apply at Anvil Herald office
or phene 127-3 rings. tf.
Mr. J. G. Barry sustained a broken
hand in a basketball ball game played
at Brooks Field, San Antonio, Mon-
day night. The Redbirds, local bas-
iay ai- ket ball team, will be without his
ternoon in the old church by Editor services for some time because of the
Vv u. Dutiose, a former pastor, as- injury.
listed by Kev. Watkins ot Pearsall, Printed stationery bought in
and a grandson-in-law, Kev. Rutledge quantity is cheaper in the long run !
of Somerset. A large number of ‘ than the other kind purchased in
people from Devine, biry, Pearsall J driblets as used. Besides it looks bet-
Somerset and all the surrounding j ter fr0ni a business and social stand
country attended the funeral. Inter-
Mrs. J. A. Blackburn, of Hondo. Be-
sides these he leaves 11 grandchild-
ren and 2 great great grandchildren.
He was in his younger days and mid-
dle life a successful farmer, an hon-
est upright man, unassuming in hu
manners, yet standing squarely foi
the right as he understood it. His
church membership had been with
the Primitive Baptist Church at Black
Creek for more than 40 years. Ihe
funeral was conducted Saturday af-
nient was made in the old fomerlin
cemetery. Pall-bearers were S. M.
Howard,' Robert Foster, Ira Schmidt,
Willis DuBose, Harrison Harris and
M. L. Supples, aged 64 years, died
Sunday, January 31, 1937, at his
residence, 930 Hoefgen avenue, San
Antonio. Funeral services were held
Miss Ida Balzen was honored ,
a miscellaneous shower Wedm
afternoon. January 27, at the
Lutheran Parish Hail. ’The yj
FOR TRADE—One wagon, one j beautifully decorated in Vale!
mowing machine for one acre of j colors of red and white.
Tell your needs to telephone
Give your nometown printer the
first chance when you need the ser-
vice of a printer. The more business
he does the better prepared he is to
give you efficient service. The more
you patronize the home man the more !
you both prosper. — .
TRADE—Dne wagon, one ' beautifully
land on highway or any graveled
road around town, or will trade for
- i of Washington’s birthday, the meet-
The stockholders of the Hondo ing will also be the occasion for the
i State Bank of Hondo, Texas, are | annua! observance of Founder’s Day
hereby notified that a meeting of with its customary ceremonies. All
such stockholders will be held in the j members are requested to attend
j Hondo National Bank Building, in and visitors will find a welcome.
Hondo, Texas, on the 18th day of Mr. and Mrs. Benny Bradley left
i March A. D., 1937, to vote upon the ; Monday for Kennedy, Texas, where
^position of finally closing said Mr. Bradley has accepted a position
. i w.ivioz - — roaci aruunu
at the Kiebe Undertaking company |^own lot or will sell wagen cr mow-
chapel at 2 o’clock Tuesday after- t.r_ Have horres and otner imple-
noon, by the Rev. P. J. Schnetzer nients. See them at W. H. ECK-
and interment was made in St. Jo- j HART’S FARM. 3tpd.
seph parish cemetery. 1 Don’t borrow your neighbor’s
Deceased is survived by h», uncle local paper. He buys it
Mr. lony forst of Hondo; and three • hls fa!niJy-8 usc and
cou«ins, Mrs. Emma Semlmger and . ,
Mrs. Josephine Hildebrandt of San »ot to be bothered about it by (other
Antonio, and Mrs. Louise Sittre of Then when you add your subscrip-
SPECIAL RATES FOR EXPRESS
in the men’s department of Mendel-
witz’s department store. Benny was
for many years with the men’s de-
partment of the E. R. Leinweber Co.
here. Mr. Horace Schweers, proprie-
tor of the Bluebonnet Cleaners, has
assumed the position left vacant by
Mr. Bradley at Leinweber’s. Success
is wished for both young men in
their new positions.
tion to its list you help the paper to
render a better service to ali. Now
is the time to subscribe. tf.
A benefit card party for the re-
lief of the flood sufferers was given
the strains of the
march the bride-to-be, attract
gowned in pink crepe, was led to
chair by Miss Ethel Marie Liodd
The following toast was re*
Miss Mable Lindeburg:
In all these hearts which
Are treasures from friends bot
These you must use in your
In the home that will be hisl
Now lest you fail in some denc^
let me give you some sound ad
plan a.- lol.ows. ......i i... ♦ of the With h;m. keeD friends hots r
Daily and Sunday, $1.75 per quarter.
Daily only $1.40 per quarter.
Sunday only 50c per quarter.
Evening News $1.00 per quarter.
Clubbed with FARMING if paid
through this office. Good only until
February 10th. Act now.
CARD OF THANKS
nun « mu i m
was sponsored by the ladies of the W ith him, keep friends both ok
Friday Contract Club and was open i
to the public. There were about ten *' vvill make real life both happy!
tables of players and a substantial
sum was realized for the flood relief
fund. Following the games refresh-
ment- of sandwiches and coffee were
Mis. John Finger, Jr., left Monday
for Laredo where she joined Mr.
Finger, who is a member of the
We wish to express oUr deepest teaching faculty in the Laredo city
gratitude and appreciation for the schools. Mrs. Finger was accom
. »l......words, panE-d by her mother, Mrs. Robert
sympathy extended us in
deeds and floral offerings during Decker, and Mrs. Fritz
the recent illness and death of our
father, Henry G. Hardt.
Sr., who will spend several days
there, the latter visiting her &on-in-
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Nuel
We w ish for you, dear, both nj
ness and health,
This you know b far better!
How great it will be to o»n
To do everything for you that he
W hat more can 1 say to you,!
After receiving the many
gifts, the honoree- expressed
thanks for thi m. **
The hostesses. Mrs. Wl
Saathoff, Mrs. Clarenct Sail
Tell our advertisers you saw their teacher of „ _____ _
advertisement in this paper. bang fills 1 :>y Mrs. Herman Finger.
Windrow. Mrs Finger’s position as j“'"Jgion i£zen.STL W
the \ andenburg School is „.rv , VinM
QUALITY BABY CI3IX 1
CAREFUL CUSTOM HATCHING
Setting Days: Wednesday and Saturday
HONDO HATCHERY f
PHONE 56 $
The New SPRING OXFORDS
SLIP AN EYE TO THE
$4.95 „ $5.95
• end* you stepping out in a
l“«<r ai them now.
Ju*t note the swing to its lines
——that classy toe—
Pretty smart, we’d say.
TO* SfOTt /hr «//
SERVICE and EQUIPMENT
Tiic Service Equipment—Special designed tools for valve bending
on triici; tubes, etc.—Spark plug equipment for testing and
cleaning— All kinds of plugs in stock—Brake equipment
f >r adjusting, relining and smoothing already relined
RATH SERVICE STATION
A COMPLETE REPAIR SHOP
J J Northwest Corner Courthouse.
I «•(;■ I. it I ki-n -a’ !'*'»
»akc, cookie , and hot choci
Ked and whit' baskets with I
hearts and mints were the d|
in the beautiful heart-sH
Jake Schuehle and Buddy
ler. Rice Inatitut* student* are!
with their parents. Sheriff and I
C'. J. Schuehle an ! Mr, and
A. Mechler, respectively.
Mi . W Geudian . *• - Idy
«•! mg fr"... .w. ;r:a k at mfi«
and it i believed that in a Iw
he witl be able to leave the Md
Hu-pital wh'-re he has been a paj
| fnr 1} ti'flf-lf nt* mrtrn
Judgi Annul h. Kl■’fie, Judgi
E. Haass, Mr. Henry Crow and!
art whose names we failed tepi
tended the funeral of the late.
T. Briscoe in 8an Antonio Mond
Mr. J. M. Finger, Mr. Ashbell
ham and Mr. Jim Ajnber*#*l
in Houston Monday on busa
They left Sunday for Houston!
; * noo Mono • ^
Mrs. Mary Cook, Mr*.
Giaff. Mrs. Emmett Nester. wu
Schmidt were in Devine
a shawer in honor of the latter.
Mrs. Ehmc Saathoff, ^r-> Wyj
with nneumonia entered q
Hospital foi funher tare OBJ
ruary 1st. At this time she
ported some better.
-ruo rv,Court h«.L \^
session here the fi-st of the i
transacting routine husme*,*«J
cessed subject to the c I
Miss Mildred Crowley, wjjH
With th« flu at Sabmal. ent
dina Hospital on January i -
euperute from the effect o |
Who has farm land ,
Hondo to trade for a nice M
Hondo. Phone 12., thuof» j
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, February 5, 1937, newspaper, February 5, 1937; Hondo, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth564902/m1/4/?q=briscoe: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.