The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, April 17, 1942 Page: 2 of 8
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Friday, April 17, 1942.
THE SCHULENBURG STICKER
FRIDAY-SATURDAY, APRIL 17—18
Spring is here in all its glory. But Piggly-Wiggly Is year-round bringing you outstanding values.
Note "these listed here and take advantage of these low prices. ,
48 lb. bag $1.95
Ti Pkg. Pillsbury
llvC Buckwheat Flour
(Regular 13c Seller) with
each 48 lb. sack.
24 lb. bag 99c
12 lb. bag __r 51c
6 lb. bag 29c
3 lb. bag 17c
48 lb. sack $179 24 lb. sack 95c
48 lb. sack $1.25 24 lb. sack
. fRESHftT PRODUCE -
PEP pkg. 11c
Juice, 12 oz. 5c
Coffee, lb. _20c
Lg. Navy 2 LB. BAG
Pinks f 9(C
CELERY—Crisp, Bleached, stalk— 9c
LEMONS 490 size, dozen 15c
APPLES 216 Winesap, 2 doz. 25c
ORANGES Valley, large, 150s, doz 30c
POTATOES Idaho Russet, 10 lbs. _31c
Citrus Cow Feed
Increases Milk Production
See us for details. 100 lb. sk.^^*®* J
CHIC STARTER—O-K $2.85
GROW MASH—O-K $2.85
SHELL CORN—100 lb. sk "jiToQ
Sulphur Block 58c
Plain Block 47c
1 lb. 31c
MILNOT So Rich It Whips, 4 sm. or 2 tall cans.
EV. PEACHES—Cho. Calif, pound
OATS—Pawnee, Reg. or Speedy, lg. pkg.
SALAD DRESSING—Skyway, 25 oz. jar
PEANUT BUTTER—Skyway, 12 oz. jar
POST TENS—10 individual pkg. cereals, ct.
SYRUP—Staley's Golden, No. 5 34c; No.
ST ARCH—Eddy's, large 25c size
Bleach—Rainbow, full quart
MATCHES—Rosebud, 6 boxes for
TOILET PAPER—Waldorf, 3 rolls 13c
Corn - 13c
DEL MAIZ Cream Style
Co,.,, "' He
P. & G. LAUNDRY
package .. 22C
CUT FLOWERS AND POT PLANTS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Willis McFarlin of Clifton-by-
the-Sea spent, the, past week-end
here visiting with his brother, E.
S. McFarlin and family.
When a Child Needs
Your child should like this tasty
liquid laxative and you should like
the gentle way it usually wakes up
a youngster's lazy intestines when
given by the simple directions.
SYRUP OF BLACK-DRAUGHT
contains the same principal ingre-
dient which has enabled its older
brother BLACK-DRAUGHT to give
so many users such satisfying re-
lief for so many years!
Perhaps that's why it usually
gives a child such refreshing relief
when the familiar symptoms indi-
cate a laxative is needed.
SYRUP OF BLACK-DRAUGHT
comes in 2 sizes. The introductory
•ize is 26c; the economy size is 50c,
Control Not Difficult
Follow a few simple rules and
control of vegetable insects it not
difficult, according to Cameron
Siddall, A. and M. College Exten-
sion Service entomologist.
A duster may be obtained for
a dollar up, but one may be made
at home with a tin can, a stick
and a piece of cheese cloth. Ask
the county extension agent how
its done. Next, have ready a sup-
ply of insecticides for use at the
first sign of insect injury These
are cryolite for control of bean
beetles, cucumber beetles, cabbage
worms and other insects which
feed upon the fruit and foliage
of the plants; rotenone and sul-
phur to control tomato fruit
worm, flea beetles, plant lice, and
leaf hoppers; and concentrated py-
rehhrum dust for squash bugs,
Longer Tire Life
To Insure your tires lasting you for additional
hundreds of miles, have the tread re-gt coved.
Makes tires cooler on hot summer roads. See us
Humble Service Station
ED. B. VACEK
Rev. W. Hannuscn of Freyburgj
and Rev. A. Bohot of this city
attended the South Texas District
Conference at Anderson last
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs-
"Nine Lives Are Not Enough'—'
Thursday and Friday. This is a
combination newspaper and mur-
der mystery yarn, spiced through-
out with romance, adventure and
comedy. Ronald Reagan is seen
as the imaginative reporter of a
metropolitan newspaper demoted
to the position of legman, who
stumbles upon, investigates and
finally solves a series of murders
which have baffled a big city po-
lice force. Supporting the star is
Joan Perry, as the daughter of
the murder victim, who lends ro-
mance to the picture. To wind it
up, all in great style, the girl
marries the reporter and buys
the newspaper for him to carry
"A Missouri Outlaw"—Satur-
day. The plot is focused on the
attempts of the sheriff of the
town, Sundown, to identify and
arrest a racketeering "Protective!
Association," that terrorizes far-
mers and cattlemen. The sheriff is
killed in the discharge of his duty,
and his own son, unjustly accused
of the murder, finally forces the
real murderer to confess. Don
"Red" Barry is the hero. Be sure
to see the new serial, "Sea Raid-
ers," which features the Dead
End Kids and the Little Tough
"A Yank on the Burma Road"
—Sunday and Monday. A very
timely picture. The plot revolves
around Barry Nelson, a New York
taxi driver, who, because he has
attained fame capturing two des-
perate gangsters, is asked by
Chinese charity organizations to
supervise the driving of trucks
over the Burma Road, which he
accepts. At Rangoon he meets
Laraine Day, and she induces him
to take her along. He discovers
she is married and is anxious to
locate her husband, an aviator
suspected of working for the Jap-
anese. After a number of ad-
ventures and contacts with the
enemy, Nelson gets his trucks
through, Miss Day's husband is
killed and they are both free to
assume their romance. There's lots
of action in the picture.
"North of the Klondike"—Tues-
day and Wednesday. Based on
Jack London's "Gold Hunters of
the North," this is a melodrama
laid in Alaska during pioneer
days of gold mining. Broderich
Crawford is seen as a mining en-
gineer, who thwarts the attempt
of a trader to drive out the set-
tlers in order that he may stake
a mine claim. Andy Devine is
seen as his partner. In the climax,
Crawford and Lon Chaney, a
trader, tangle in a fist fight,
which supplies plenty of action. !
Farmers Urged To
Save Legume Seed
For Fall Planting
We are in receipt of informa-
tion from Extension Service offi-
cials at Washington, that there
will likely be another shortage in
the supply of winter legume seed
for planting this fall. Accordingly,
it is important that farmers who
planted legumes be urged to har-)
vest at least enough seed for their
own plantings, and if possible,
some for sale.
You will recall that in all of
our winter legume meetings last
fall, it was suggested that farm-
ers plant a seed plot. The yield of
seed will of course vary, depend-
ing upon weather conditions but
it is sufficiently promising to jus-
tify the leaving of a seed plot
when the remainder of the crop
is being plowed under. Yields
ranging from 200 to 600 pounds
per acre of hairy vetch seed and
100 to 200 bushels of bur clover
seed, have been produced by dem-
onstrators in East Texas. This
compares favorably with the aver-
age yield of vetch seed in the
northwestern states where farm-
ers specialize in seed production
and where the average yield is
only about 375 pounds per acre.
If no small combines are avail-
able for harvesting the seed, it
could be flailed out on wagon
sheets. It is surprising how many
pounds of seed can be threshed
out by this* simple method.
Farmers should not only har-
vest more vetch and bur clover
seed but also Austrian winter
peas, alfalfa, sweet clover, cow-
peas, crotalaria, and pasture
grasses and legumes in addition
to seed of their main field crops.
Farmers should be reminded
that on account of reduced im-
ports of seed particularly winter
legumes together with the increas-
ed demand, that it is necessary
to grow more of this seed in this
country if they are to meet the
need of next fall seeding of win-
ter cover crops. Furthermore, if
home grown seed are harvested, it
should result in an, increased acre-
age next fall for soil improvement
and better yields.
Yours very truly,
J. C. Yeary, County Agent.
Thank You Friends!
We're glad so many of you come here to eat ....
that you say our food is so good . . . that you like
our large variety and generous helpings . . . that
you appreciate our fair prices.
Large Hamburgers • 10c
Del icious Milk-Fed Fried Chicken
Turkey Dinner with all trimmings every
Sunday - 50c
Chicken And Dumpling Every Wednesday
HOME-MADE PIES — REGULAR MEALS
COLD DRINKS AND BEER
AIR RAID WARNING!
You can bring down insect air raiders for
keeps with Sinclair P.D. Insect Spray.
It's death-tested on live insects to make
sure that every batch has full killing
strength. P.D. kills flies, moths, mos-
quitoes, roaches, ants, bedbugs, fleas,
gnats. Ask for P.D. at retail stores or at
your Sinclair Dealer.
Sinclair P. D. Rates "Grade A A
AGENTS SINCLAIR REFINING COMFANY
DETERLING & ROEDER
Chas. Zimmermann Otto Getschmann
Walter Bohot Murdock McKinnon Service Sta»
Joe Haverda Paul Broz
Lorfing & Koehn
SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION—LEO JANICEK, Manager.
>£?*§&■*" - t:
Miss Ella .Schmitt of Schulen-
burg spent a two-week's vacation
with her sister at Galveston, and
her mother here.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koehler
and children of Houston were here
for the Easter holidays visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Bauch,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bauch and
Bobbie, of Goliad and Miss Margie
Bauch of Cuero visited Easter
Sunday with Mrs. Gerhard Meyer
and Mrs. and Mrs. C. W. Meyer.
Misses Ruby Schuetze and
Adela Heinrich of Houston visited
their parents during the holidays.
Adolf Roeder and sister, Miss
Florence of Houston spent the
holidays with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Reinhold Roeder.
Miss Delores Knape of San An-
tonio visited her parents Easter.
Miss Oleta Klatt spent the
holidays with her parents at
Miss Estelle Paulick visited her
parents at West Point du:
the holidays, j
Mrs. Wm. Hauch and son, J oh
William of Houston visited Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Dieringer, Jr.,
Friends and neighbors helped
Mrs. Fred Foerster celebrate her
birthday Saturday evening. A de-
licious lunch and hot coffee was
served to all. Cor.
Mrs. George Vogt and son of
Sugar Land returned home last
Thursday after spending several
days here and in Hallettsville-
visiting with relatives.
stink bugs, and harlequin bugs.
Watch the garden for the first
sign of injury and dust both sides
Apply poison bait late in the
afternoon for control of cut
worms, grasshoppers and aduit
wingless May beetles, or June
bug. Poison bait also will control
mole crickets which frequent
A bait made of cryolite, finely
chopped carrots or turnips and
wheat bran will control the adult
vegetable weevil which attacks
roots and foliage of carrots, tur-
nips, radishes, and beets, together
with cabbage, mustard and other
leafy vegetables. This pest pre-
vails in 30 or 40 counties adjacent
to College Station.
To control the bluish-gray pill
bugs, or sow bugs, which damage
young tomato plants, sprinkle a
mixture of two parts flour, two
parts sugar and one part paris
green throughout the beds. Flea
beetles, also dangerous to these
plants, may be controlled by dust-
ing plants with rotenone and sul-
phur each seven to ten days.
Cantaloupes, now coming up in
southern areas, may be protected
from the striped cucumber beetle,
which feeds beneath the first
small leaves, by dusting with
cube or derris powder or four per
cent rotenone content, or with
cryolite at ten day intervals as
long as beetles are present.
J. C. Yeary, County Agent.
When you GUie Up ike OFFICE W HEAD ^ HOME
When the last interview's over and you're through
for the day, there's a heart-warming satisfaction
in sidling up to a friendly bottle of robust Pearl
Beer. In a sense the day's just beginning now, for
there's a new measure of pleasure, a fresh spring
in your step, derived from the matchless goodness
you enjoy when you say, "Bottle of Pearl, please"!
BREWED TO TASTES SINCE 1886 p::—-••• ••
BY THE SAN ANTONIO BREWING ASS'N.
thii brewery it completely iit-conoitionio
air<refrigerates TO insure the purity Of perrl beer!
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B O T T L EOF PEAR L PLEASE
"KEEP 'EM FLYING — BUY DEFENSE BONDS "
Telephone 323 BRANCH MANAGER Schulenburg, Texa*
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The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, April 17, 1942, newspaper, April 17, 1942; Schulenburg, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth569603/m1/2/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Schulenburg Public Library.