The Hondo Anvil Herald (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, June 23, 1950 Page: 4 of 16
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Pag. 4, ANVIL HERALD, Hand* (Madina County) T«im, Juno 23, 1950
IF IT COULD BE SEEN!
Mrs. A. C. Atkins and daugh-
ter, Ruby Mae, accojnpanied her
father, Mr. Hull* to Moulton Sun-
day after a week’s stay here.
Monday Mrs. Atkins was a accom-
panied home by Mr. and Mrs.
J. I). Sockwell who will spend the
summer with the Atkins.
Mrs. Matt Bader and Mrs. Otto
Jumrnuin visited with Mrs. John
Hi esse >• nr a Castioviiie Tuesday.
Mrs. M. C. Parish spent Monday
with her daughter, Mrs. A. C.
Heath, and family.
E. L. Griffin
ft; ’ .
Sat. 24, Hondo ,
* 4 Mite* East, Hiway 90
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Boehme have
been recent, visitors in the Alex
L. Haoy home.
NEW BABY DEPARTMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Bailey
of Houston are the parents of a
son born June 19. He is the first
grc;:t-gr:.ndspn of Mr. and Mrs.
Alex I.. Haby. Mrs. Bailey is the
former Ruth Zerr. Her mother,
Mrs. F. J. Zerr, is staying in the
Bailey home. ,T..
Odds and Ends
Naturalized citizens of the
United States are entitled to all
privileges except that of becom-
ing president. . • . •'
Government run hy women is
To protect the life of the Presi-
<ient and to suppress counter-
f« itt ):■ are thi—two statutory dut-—
ies of the l’. S. Secret Service.
A wallaby is a small kangaroo.
Lincoln was assassinated at «
Ford’s theatre while attending a
play entitled “Out Americah';'‘
Only' the U. S. President and
the Governor of Massachusetts
Mrs. Francis L. Biediger of uaCoste was Before ’er .naniace
on June 6 Miss Eddie *I)ell Tsehirhart. daughter of Mr. n! vlrs
Edward W. Tsehirhart of Rio dediria.
Mr. and Mrs. Biediger :ii»- naking .heir nome n .'^aCoste.
„ * -Photo Courtesy :,aCo£te Ledger s
have the. official legal titles o!
The Panama Canal ip 300 feet
wide and in feet deep.
The Su«L Canal is 108 feet wide
■am: .;jl ’* 7 . ileen. .
' Sjn.-< 1902 when President Mc-
Kinley -was assassinated, the C. S
S. vice has been charged
with "uardlng the President
Bei\ a Uskwood wa< The only
\o ma:i ever to ran for president.
Fogonlotv is a study of beards,
•y • bnbv is**a non-alcoholic
•: n r •.e o*' .mill: gp*.i u ne
r»'r< * '■* calendar w a s
by Pipe G egoty
WINDROW DRUG NEWS
IN CREAM FORM
anTwo n \ fcv
- GIANT 3^4 OZ. TUBE
• Oelightful tasting • Refreshing after effect
• Cleanses superbly • Helps prevent cavities • For mouth hygiene
L,tensed Bj the University of Illinois Foundation
hi pug’ * into
XIII - In' 1-582'
A per / c 1- an astronomical unit
of irna-r.e nineteen bil'iop ndk -
Stamp collecting puts a pi em
turn or. , obi prin’ing since a biot,
blur < ! misprint increases the
sail • < f a stamp to collector*.
\ | » > on married legally the
s«-i »■•)■!> me a' digamist
Tt • ‘ mar who ste« r- the real
t-ini <•!' a hool ami ladd true!,
i- talk11 Tiller man.
Skating or. be i- possible be
cause, the weight of the body
melts tin ice and tin skater really
is traveling on a film <>f waici
which fieezes again a the weight
is remo\ e i.
“Myriad'* liteiaiiy no an- ,en
comes front the Gatling gain which
\v:> used before the modern ma-
Both the sea horse and the
chameleon can move one eye with-
out moving the other, and they
cart move both eyes in opposite
Mount Everest has never been
Largest of the Egyptian pyra-
mids ha... an estimated weight oi
5 million tons.
^ "Gin” as Usecl in Co.ti n Gins is
an crbbl ev at ;< :i i.. . engine.- v
Bide, black and green inks ate
*.-ed m printing a U. S. ohe dollar
. bill. ;
The standard gauge for a rad-
io,-.d track i^ four feet,.eight and
Typewriter ribbpns are. on the
average, 25 feet long
Wh n a star proceeds the hum- .
ber tn some U S. currency, it in-
dicates that the bill is a substitute,
issued to replace one that wa
Worn or defective.
Average life of a milk bottle
• i< 3 1 deliveries.
News is formed from the first
letters of North, East, West and
Wall Street in New York was
so named because it follows ihe
line of the palisade i wall pr stock-
ade hunt in 1652 across the south-
G regai i«»u s
animals are1 those
ern end of~Manhattan Island.
Utah leads other states in the
School Ends Friday
Vacation bible school closed
Friday at the First Methodist
Church in Hondo. An enrollment
of 74 was achieved, and average
daily attendance was about 65.
Mrs. Leslie Holloway, Miss Helen
Lacy, Mrs. Tom Holloway, Mrs.
Jim Amberson, Mrs. T. C. Barnes.
Mrs. H. C. Muennink, Mrs. Clar-
ence Van Fleet, Mrs. Ervin Lein-
weber, Mrs. Alford Weber, Mrs.
R. R. Corder, Sue Ann Short, Ann
Eckhart, Ramona Eckhart, Fran-
ces Timmerman. Beverly Schweers,
Ainslee Cox, and Mrs. “Coty”
METHODISTS TO HOLD,
CONFERENCE NEXT TUESDAY
A church conference and bar-
becue supper will be held for
members of the First Methodist
Church Tuesday evening, June
27. Among the business to be dis-
cussed at the conference will be
a new parsonage.
lop by about $100 with °Vei
lions still coming ln, ""H
tOgJack Fttwelmati, toun^j
~ . ‘‘utauy beJ
for your comfort.
We’ve inttalled an air condi-
tioner for the comfort of our
patron*. Come in for Uvalde
barbecue and jumbo »hrimp.
Serving two meal* on Sun-
day, and evening meal 'through-
out the week.
Eat in the air-conditioned
dining room, cool patio, or %tay
in your car for curb service..
* . **.....
West Highway 90
> L *
The Raye Theatrt
Eri.-Sat., June 23-24
“CALAMITY MNE t
Yvonne DeCarlo -
Sun.-Mon., June 25-26
Maureen O’Hara -
Cat ? ion
Broderick Crawford -
Fri.-Sat., June 30- July 1
John Ravne - Gail Russell]
The Park Theatn
Fri.-Sat., June 23-24
"OUTCAST OF BLACK
•• ‘ MESA”
Cartoon - Batman Serial
Fri.-Sat., June 30- July 1
“STAGE TO MESA
A! La Rue
Cartoon - Batman Serial
Matinee SatySua at 2 p.
Night »how~%t*rt* *t 7:0
Gener* i Atnnixion
Adult* Ta* |nc. 25eJ
that live in flocks or herds.
Oology the <tu(iy of tfu sci-
« nee of i n ds eggs.
“(iat." the slang word for gun
production of gold.
In a 20-nwle race a man would
win over a horse because of his
Blackleg & Malignant Edema
combination vaccine. We have it. Don’t put
Pink Eye Powder or Liquid
The quicker you doctor with it, the easier
it will he to cure. Let us supply your needs.
Formula 2%0 and 62
These and others for screw worms and
Windrow Drug Store
Kollthan Bros. Specials
Fri.'Sat. June 23 - 24
Xo. •> can 261
lb. can fri
Joyous confidence and eager anticipation both *hina Fn the eye*
of 8-year-old Virginia Lee Brown, Borger, Texaa, polio patient in
the out-patient clinic of the Texaa Scottiah Rite Hospital for ( rippled
Children in Dallas L. R. German, brace maker (left) ha* assured
Virginia that *he **ill soon walk again. Her father, T. A. Brown,
(right) lend* a helping hand in fitting the specially made brace*.
Many children, polio victim* and other*, get the beat po**ible medical
rare and attention at the Scottiah Rite Hoapital. The charity hospital,
now serving humanity for 27 consecutive jreara, is supported by
contribution* from kind-hearted Texana all ever the *tate.
DEL MONTE (SLICED OR HALVED)
Peaches . ...............
Tomato Juice . . 46 oz. can 27c X(>- - • H
Argo Peas . . No. 303 cans 2 cans tor
Karo Syriip ............... pint bottle Ijjj
ALL FLAVORS . J
RED & WHITE (DRIP OR REGULAR)
RED & WHITE . n „ dQl
Shortening ................. ,, Ib. can ji
POSTS CORN „ . i 17J
Toasties .. 18 oz. pkg. 22c .. l.>^ pk^J
YOUR CHOICE OF BRAND _, ■).)]
Oike Mixes.................}>ackage ^
IMPERIAL POWDER OR BROWN . *)1 j
Sugar.................2 lb. packages^
Bathroom Tissue ......... 2 1(1
CALIFORNIA WHITE 1n iu QOI
Potatoes ........... 10 11" 4
TEXAS GROWN O ll.c
Cabbage ... .
YANCEY RED RIPE
fresh crisp 2 bunches/
Carrots ............. ~
KOLLMANS (MADE FOR SUMMER WEATHER)
Slab Bacon .............
HOME KILLED- v
Veal Chuck Roast .... - •
Fryers ............... •
FOR STEWING OR BAKING CHOICE
Veal Short Ribs......• • - -j
Watch Next Week's Ad for )Pnh
Cuts of Reef for Your July
Ba rbecue _________-—-
Headquarters For Picnic Suppj
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David, Allen. The Hondo Anvil Herald (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, June 23, 1950, newspaper, June 23, 1950; Hondo, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth648500/m1/4/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.