The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, January 8, 1937 Page: 1 of 8
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HONDO, MEDINA COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 8. 1937.
VOL. 51. No. 26
Hull* »nd on<*
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO
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1 sens the JHondo Chamber of Commerce Noonan. District Judge and District H. P. Hornby, Uvalde. The speakers of Mrs. Mabel Knox of Lvalae as of*
ss * »>■«“ c~-! srs&as: 'sk© sstfaysns &XJZ
• l n*ls of fouTuain nri. ] room at the courthouse Wednesday by appropriate exercises under the Kemille, retiring Judge of this Ju- oath of office.
iuri CONFECTION Eli*. • . , ..... 7 .an nVI™.W »usPices of the local bar. At the dicial District, and extended congrat- Court was then formally opened
■THt v u.«» two- n,*ni- J‘*nu»ry at ° ciock. , hmir fnr th„ „noni„„ i.n„.n, ..i-»ions to the newly elected offic- by Sheriff Chas. J. Schuehle.
and expressed confidence in their [ * * *
of Judge Lee Wallace, Judge L. J. ability and character.
W’e are requested to announce that
the annual election of Directors of
Woodley and Noonan In-
ducted Into Office
of our liberties was especially timely
Following the speaking. Judge
Brucks administered the oath of of-
fice to the incoming officials and
both Judge Woodley and Judge
Noonan made graceful and gracious
acknowledgement of the compliment
paid them by the electorate in elect-
IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY AT ASSUMPTION OF DUTIES BY them and ta the bar and their
_ laymen friends uho had so bcntting-
NEW DISTRICT JUDGE AND DISTRICT ATTORNEY AT OPEN- ;y inducted them into their rcsponsi-
ING OF DISTRICT COURT MONDAY. ble positions.
After taking cath, District Judge
Hons. K. K. Woodley and R. J. R. L. Ball, San Antonio; and Hon. Woodley announced the appomtment
; CONFECTIONERY. • nj h Jan I3th at 7:30 O.clock auspices of the local bar. At the dicial Du
... e^hoap. larf* (hour for the opening of the January ulations
s , fi0„rs. Apply at this Besides the election of officers other .term of the court, and in the absence ers, and 1
n' " '2tc.__..__, • . . . , . 1 of Judee Iatc Wallace. Judee I*. J. ability ai
“r; matters of importance are to be at- , 1 , 1 ’,ua** ao“?y ana , ;On Monday, January 4, 1937, fol-
Crhneider of R»° j , Biucks of the local bar, called the The counsel of the old nestors of , , mHu..tion ..premonies the
Being News, Views and Rsviews
* To have life and feel the glow *
heifer calves. C.
PE SALE S'-v al
with L-f"' j*1
I tend. Keep the time and place in 1T 1, J .2 VT...V, u u Medina County was formally op- * To have life and feel
.... .. ! 2.£t'"^tS_he„x“ifSSC2L & S? L^.L*“'f_b'"hi V. .n,d by Sherif f C. J. Schuehle „ the • xnd flow of MM
y mind and be on hand.
. W. B. Shelton of Goliad has COUNTY OFFICERS QUALIFY.
pn. , At a called session of the Commis-
pj Ingram had as his guest on sj0ners’ Court held Friday, January
L. his cousin, a Mr. Joiner, 01 j( jy37> a|| county and precinct of-
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: lowin’1‘ •8^aker8tan? caiied the f0‘* the K0VtCr°d ta?d the 1.rn')0/rtancep°[ courthouse in Hondo'/The following
lowing m the order named: their interpretation and enforcement -fi nrp,„nt-
Judge Wm. Aubrey, San Antonio; was indeed heartening in this day 1 p ' ’ . ,
Judge Green B. Fcnley, Uvalde; of changing ideals and lax observ- 1 Hon. K. K. Woodley, Judge JMth
Judge W. C. Linden, San Antonio; ance of the ancient precedents. Judicial District, presiding.
Judge I. L. Martin, Uvalde; Judge A. Judge Martin’s exposition of the
N. Moursund, San Antonio; Judge Constitution as the great safeguard
ficers qualified and were inducted
guest of miss into office for the new term. I
c..hn cider ua> miss Alice Only one change occurred in the
r.< ' . j personnel of the county officers,
COMMENDATION FOR OUR SCHOOL
«, itrptj. QnnHav r ,jn,v ' R- J. Noobu retiring
b. Tom Laxson rc , • after having served eleven conaecu-
(ttwtotriptoloioiauo, wnere jv<? and bt>inR SUC(.ecded bv
iffiit part of th' o 1 a . .Arthur H. Rothe, elected without op-
liottd, to rent a small farm '.'it position last November.
u q^rter> *vmiVvWthUrofnce'’ «, PJHanis anii Devine ('"nunis.sione» Hondo, Texas
gall family, notify ui is on we. pj-oc Diets .-nt new commissioners,
a Joe Harvey Wilson of Marlin- Ben Koeh succeeding Oscar Tondro Dear Sir:
*xit the latte | <rt of tiM hoi- at D’Hanij ai i Mr Hardcaatle suc-
»ith his mother, Mrs. Isaac ceeding Mr Rober«on from Devine.
December 14. 1936.
Mr. J. G. Barry,
Superintendent of Schools,
k sad Mn. Henry Renkin of San
Into "ere gue-ts of Judge and
H. F. Hax- and other relatives
FOLKLKT MUF.NNINK DEAD.
I am very pleased to notify you
that at the annual session of the
Cential Reviewing Committee of the
Southern Association of Colleges and
Mr. Folkert Muennir.k, a former Secondary Schools held in Richmond.
Louis Scherrer and Mrs. citizen of Medina County, died about Virginia, on the 1-3 instant, your
interment, but at the hour of closing tb(, current year
IT HOKGEK IS AGAIN SHARP-
fc\: SAW'S. SCISSORS AND
20RS AT HIS OLD STAND—
IGER'S SHOP. 4t
In W. R. Routt and daughter,
hive moved in from the
I tad are now occupying their
^kme on the south side.
I:s Charlotte Miller who has
employed in Uvalde for the
xrenl months is visiting her
at. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Miller,
ft call attention to the series of
fcj in this paper entitled. The
»f Salvation’, written by Rev.
Horger. They are worth read-
I: Milton Haegelin was the guest
If. ind Mr«. M. T. Schuchart at
Ittis a few days during the holi-
While there he killed his first
and Mrs. A. L. Janszen and
pieit, Mr W B. Shelton of)
!, *pent last week-end in Eagle
h the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
If ind Mrs. Herbert Lamb and
»n, Rosv King, of Houston |
the latter part of the holidays I
l'a Lamb :, parents, Mr. and
V. p. King.
K. H. Schilling and daughter,
q*y. 'eft Saturday for their nome
‘iikaourg, M1-1., after a holiday
II *ith Mrs. Schilling's parents,
^ *nd Mrs. F^l de Montel.
/ Rlm« of Monroe Haass was
^0 for the $220 at the Colonial
“tfe Tuesday night. See Colonu
/spam f°r further announce-
■ regarding next cash night.
,, an^ Mrs. Aug Schneider and
j“u,RS' Mr. and Mrs. Alvin N'eu-
■T/: sl'n' and Miss Alice Sprott
‘ fP*ey spent New Year’s Day
•’* and Mrs. Alfred Neuman.
• a“d Mrs. Aug. Schneider and
Jr*”', ^cille and TiUIe, spent
(.fy Mr. and Mrs. August
Mr. and Mrs. Armine
"^r and family at Rio Medina.
t'm'l? McCants, Rice Institute
H1? ,Hou t,,n- was the holiday
a^e Schuehle. Also guests
My Anderr ‘h'‘ week end were
our forms arrangements were
completed for the funeral.
NOTICE TO RANCHMEN.
I wish to congratulate you and
your boaid of education for the very
excellent record of your high school.
The vote of the Central Reviewing
r,, ,, , . Committee on your school was unan-
Please leave your sn< oting pre- . J
»orve licences at the Anvil Herald !lmous »nd dld n0t carry a single crit-
office as soon as the hunting season icism of your institution. In this re-
ts closed sc that they may be ch“ckcd markable showing, please accept the
Hon. R. J. Noonan, District Attor-
I Emil Britsch, District Clerk.
Chas. T. Schuehle, Sheriff.
Mrs. Mabel Knox. Court Stenog-
The Court proceeded to empanel a
Grand Jury composed of the follow-
ing: James Amberson, Otto Marquis,
Fail Starnes, Joe A. Bader, Julius
Wurzbach, Geo. Briscoe, Jr., John
C. Red us, Gus Rothe, Martin A.
Zinsmeyer, Charlie Hartman, Ed.
Haby and Frank M. Finger. James
Amberson was appointed foreman,
* To be rich in friends and see in *
* each the human and divine, *
* To have health and joyous hope •
* for great achievement, *
* And to ignore the little things *
* that tend to undermine, *
* Is to realize upon the good in *
* life in great abundance, and that *
* the New Year’s wish of *
* CLAYTON RAND *
* of Mississippi
* for 1937. *
GREETINGS FROM A FRIEND.
Among the numerous personal
greetings that gladdened the holiday
and Henry Crutchfield, V. P. King ,(.a.-on for the M. E., the following is
and Prank Killough as bailiffs. Or- herewith publicly acknowledged with
turo Ortiz was sworn in as interpre- ...
ter for the Court. The Grand Jury
retired to enter upon the discharge of
its du*ies and as we go to press | jn the handclasp of a friend
Thursday afternoon is returning into , And just a sort of feeling
open court its indictments. jHe’d be with me to the end.
The Petit Jurors for the first week 1 por worldly things are made by men,
H „ .Inniit.rv- terrr a-Prr. nntifixxH gut Qn]y God cou]d make a friend.”
I sought for Joy,
And found it
MELVIN E WILLIAMS. I congratulations of the State Execu-
Stat.* Game Warden. [tive Committee of the Southern A»-
PROF. J. G. BARRY.
Superintendent Hondo High School.
ioeiation of Colleges and Secondary
Yours very truly,
J. W. O’BANION,
Chairman State Committee.
of the January term were notified
not to appear. The following pro-
ceedings were conducted during the
J. E. Whiteside, ct al vs. Bexar-Me-
dina-Atascosa Counties Water Im-
provement District No. 1, continued.
VV. C. French, ot al, vs. Bexar-Me-
dina-Atascosa Counties Water Im-
provement District No. 1, continued.
C. L. Wells vs. E. G. Pope. Plain-
tiff ordered, adjudged and decreed
by Court to have and recover from
said defendant the sum of $868.94,
"ith interest thereon at the rate of
7r per annum from the date of the
judgment until paid, and for all costs
The final pages of 1936 have been
turned and the Volume is closed—
but fond memories remain. Your
name has a special page in my
Book of Life May the New Year
bring you much happiness is the
sincere wish of your lriend
H. P. HORNBY.
Dec. 31, 1936.
NORTH ZONE DISTRICT 40-B
' won and Strict Reily of
5 Wain. 1 rUm/r Co. at Bandera,
Ij «•„'„ //nkelbach, erector o
tlf " * buildln?s in that pretty
S»n Alamo Downs
■ '''-H, arc claiming
h*tli nanms6 "* ^ t0
[ForLrl Ia^SING THRU?
*«0, H lurfPer1 of Insurance
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HON. K. K. WOODLEY,
Judge 38th Judicial District.
t1* Mr« ,/an.k Jackson of
^ in D-HaliC mrle» J- Schuehle
&■ January"/ ]J*dne»<1»y after-
B*. Mr 7 d’ lb'J7’ 10 he‘P Yheir
^ k'fthdav .Ne>'- celebrate his
FOR J.7J ann'versary.
r 5-drin ,c/inKk‘ disc Plow,
SC Kr- haY rake, n
I'ay rake, mow*
and mi/ur plow. walking
Top Row (read from left to right)—Coach DuBose, Langford. Pope, Smith, Neuman, Hartung, Captain J. H.
Rothe, M. Rucker, Bader, Huesser, Nester.
Second Row—Leinweber, Kollman, Finger, Fitzpatrick, B. Rothe, Windrow, D. Williams, Jungman, Danie.
Bottom Row—G. Rucker, Moehring, Holloway, Pennington, L. D. Williams, John Zerr (student manager),
Grcll, Eckhart, Inman, Stie.gler, Jennings.
(This picture was supposed to have been in the Christmas edition, but was not received in time.
August Hornung, et al, vs. E A.
Reilly, et al, hearing set for Friday,
Jan. at 10 A. M.
E. A. Hatton vs. James Kapp, et
ux, continued on request of ail par-
Water Improvement J)ist. No. 1 vs.
J. W. Justiss, suit for delinquent flat
Water Improvement Dist. No. 1 vs.
The Bowling Green Trust Co., ad-
ministrator of the Estate of J. G.
Barbre, deceased, suit for delinquent
flat rate. Dismissed at cost of plain-
ft. S. Harris, et al, vs. Joseph F.
Haegelin, Jr., ct al, trespass to try
title. Continued by agreement.
Jose Jaramillo vs. Zedelia Jara-
millo, divorce granted.
Luisa Salazar de Esparza vs. Ro-
salie Esparza, divorce granted.
Juanita Gomez vs. Domingo Go-
mez, divorce. Continued for service.
E. A. Parsons vs. William Brown,
et al, suit to cancel lease. Continued
Clara Wurzbach vs. Hugo L.
Wurzbach, divorce granted; plain-
tiff given custody of minor child,
Hugo Wurzbach, Jr.; settlement of
support for minor approved.
Sabinal State Bank vs. John H.
Wiemers, injunction. The court is
disqualified in thri case.
State of Texas vs. Guy Munn, et
al, forfeiture of bond. The Court is
disqualified in this case.
M. L. Clauser, et vir. vs. Robert D.
Thompson, injunction. Defendant
demands Jury. Set for Monday, Jan.
18. 1937, at 10 A. M.
Mrs. Olive Cosgrove vs. L. B. Cum-
mings and E. H Cunningham, suit
to cancel oil lease, etc. Frank Vance
appointed as attorney to represent
defendants cited by publication.
R. J. Taylor and wife vs. Sil Big-
gerstaff, et al. Hecht and W. D. But-
ler granted leave to file plea of in-
tervention. Plaintiff granted leave
City of Devine vs. G. D. Whitfield
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