The Hondo Anvil Herald (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. , No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, June 15, 1951 Page: 4 of 22
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Pag. 4, ANVIL HERALD, Hondo (Modlno County) T«»w, Juno
By Mri. Amos Finger
Richard Hitzfeld, younger son
of Major and Mrs. Walter Hitzfeld
received his master’s degree at Sul
Ross State College with the class
of May, 1961. His major subject
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wild and
children of Lubbock visited in the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Huser, this weekend and
while here attended the Huser re-
Friday, June 15th
Extra Special - In Person
“The Jole Hlon /toy"
Smiley Whitley and The Texans
Sunday, June 17th
And All His Boys
union at Sequin Sunday. Others
from D’Hanis attending were Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Huser, Hilary Hus-
er, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Huser
and children and Mr. and Mrs. Otis
Burrell and sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell G. Good-
night and sons. Tommy and Greg,
of Houston Visited in the homes of
relatives here last week. Mis.
Goodnight is the former Antoin
ette Du bray.
Mis. James Finger and children
return'd tiume Tliurjday after a
week’s visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Carle and children of Har-
lingen and the J. F. Finger family
Finney98 Infant Son
Passes Away Sunday
YANCEY—Roger Dale, the in-
fant son of Cpl. and Mrs. Carl
Finney of Fort Sam Honston,
died in a San Antoniq hospital
Sunday evening. Born prema-
turely on May 20, he weighed a
little over three pounds and has
been in the hospital incubator.
Besides his parents, he is sur-
vived by his grandparents, Mr.
an.l Mr« Henry Martin of Yancey
and Mr. and Mrs. John Finney
of Houston and great-grandpa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neuman
of Upper Quihi.
By Mr*. Ella Oafingar
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Saathoff had
as weekend visitors their sons,
Lester and Elden Saathoff and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schulte
and children, William Kay and
Lonnie, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Nietenhoefer
AMERICAN FIRE AND CASUALTY CO.
Your " American” Representative will
be slad to explain this SAVING to
you. Sec us todayl
J. NORMAN DUNCAN
2nd Floor DeMontel Bldg. Ilond
Lt. O. L. Moss has returned
after spending several months
at Fort Benning, Ga.
Mrs. Martin Yundt of Lyford
spent last week visiting in the
home of her daughter, Mrs. J.
F. Delony, Mrs. Glen Bolger of
Harlingen was also a guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Fritzie Bendele of
Nashville, Tenn., have been
guests of Mrs. Henry Poerner.
MARY RENE S LADIES SHOP
DRAWS 374 TO OPENING
Mary-Rene’s, new ladies ready-
to-wear in Hondo, opened formal-
ly Wednesday. Some 374 persons
registered at the opening.
Registration prizes were award-
ed as follows: Mrs. L J. Ix*in-
weber, dress; Mrs. Walter Burrell,
slip; and Mrs. W < Scott, pair of
Ow ners of the new business are
Mis. Mary Pope and Mrs. Rene
.,. <24 actwiti4ect
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DUSTING POWDER, pure, smooth, cooling........$1.50
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Pvt. LEWIS L. T.m mi
22, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.
hart, Castroville, i.« completing
his AF basic airmen indoctrination
course at Lackland Air Bas,-.
Three 1951 graduates of Hondo
High School have volunteered for
duty with the Air Force and were
assigned Wednesday at I ,u kland
AFB for basic training They are
ERM1LLO SALAS. JOE \lder.
ETE and HENRY DOMNGI E7.
PVT GILBERT R HABY of
Fort Hood spent, a three day
with his parents. Mr and Mrs.
Ariel Haby of CTifT
i *vt. L i .o Y n w e \ c. f \ r < ith,
stationed at Fort H!i„s K1 Paso*
is enjoying a ten-day furlough with
his parents. Mr and Mr Willie
Wengenroth of Hio Medir.a
GLENN II \ \s
>ria. Ore . saw l-,i. >
i " her
firs; time in m .-r *
' < am
when meeting in \s!.,ria r»
They are the smi' of Mr
Hans of faermi
Mr and Mrs J I) s.hut
BILLY MeC-t ! I
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stationed W ith ., V
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Send names and d .•<•» •
Monday of cic*’ vtn-W
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H-tfv Ann ITT
J a in es \\ t»i ■: n w .
Mrs. Elgin W :<
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Karen Heirm-s. J-.-r..
Mrs Otto \s lei-:. -
Mis Vii-t"! Sant
Mrs fltt" Nmi'1 m
■(icdlgl R , m M
L. P Ihnken. June
Margai et I > n M-
Mrs. Louis Stein, •
Vernoi f Grun*
. Gradene R.-geis. J
Hilda Ix’inweht i •
Mrs. John W
Weft on Meyer. .1 -
Ralph 1'e.Mcnt* !. .!
NEW BABY DEPT
Cpl and Sir'- Frank Sh,
• he paren s of a son I’ori
June 11 Th. hahv h.o
«-rs, Tainev aTiTl F F
Sharkey is s:a:ioned m K
IKt. and Mrs Richard I ■/'
nounce the birth of a son ■
dav, June 12 The \\ l> v ‘
the maternal grandparen'
and Mrs J C Irwin the
Pvt. Irwin is taking basu r. .r.mg
at Ft. Hood
Sherri WillhoRe has gc: - bemj
to Houston to see her n* *
brother. Terr>’ shl' ]i >. L‘r
spending the last 15 day" ;
grandparents. Mr. and Mr- ^
Kollman. Her mother is iht •
Norma Jane Kollman
• ♦ *
Mr. and Mrs E. L. “Bucky" B^’
row Jr., of Taft, announce the *
rivml of a son on June 7 Grarop
rents are Mr. and Mrs E -
row Sr. of Taft and Getter Cr^
of Hondo. Mrs. Barrow will M re-
membered as the forme.
meeting last week with ■
of San Antonio leading ’ ' y ^
ing. Alvin Montgomery * ifl
baptized the second
July. _ . . fami/Y
Th. W. H. H. I>»*r^l7I,
will have a reunion on ■
the Primitive Baptist ‘ ll §gt-
Viaiting Henry DuHos. ^
urday was Grover P'1*’
inal. a U*
Mrs. Henry Du Bose st •
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David, Allen. The Hondo Anvil Herald (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. , No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, June 15, 1951, newspaper, June 15, 1951; Hondo, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth648509/m1/4/: accessed May 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.