The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 71, No. 284, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 1, 1965 Page: 8 of 16
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Put • THE CUERO RECORH. Wed., Dee. 1, 1965
MISS MAYMF. BITTERLY
Mr. mhJ Mr*. W. J. Lau spent
• few days at Port O'Connor,
returning home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bitterly
•pent TTianksgiving Day with
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bitter-
ly and Sandra spent Thursday
at Kenedy with their daughter
and family. Paul and Carolyn
came home with them to spend
the weekend. 'Their parents
will come for them Sunday.
Allan Berger and family and
William Striedel and family
' Mr* : Kllnnod
from San Anton
MRS. JOHN DIESEL , their' parents, the K-llwood brother-of actress Fa
... , . ... , ‘Rangnows, for 'Thanksgiving .v>n, wlw wn'i .manager- o f
M.ss Marjorie Drejer f. >ni manufacturing, engmeenrg 'and
t'nited I’re<»» International * ',\ /.....1,1 Pastor K L Arhelger left toiling at ttie Rohr Corp. in
Sunday aftemoon for .Sior.etvall I nearby Chula Vista.
' v> and FnsluriekTTiurg to visit re.! famerson. 47. suffered a heart
attack last Saturday while on a
hunting-trip in Las Cruces N.M
and the John Lau* spent t
Thanksgiving Day in the W. J |
John Robert Bitterly and ^
family spent Thursday with her j
folks ^ ''™ ......" ;ent#. the F A. Dreiers.
\V M. Bitterly and Doris Tod*y is Wednesday, Dee. 1, 'Thanksgiving weekend,
were dinner guest* of Alvin 335th day of 1965 with 30 to j was accompanied by Miss Bet- , .. . ,r. . ,
Hath Thursday. ! foll(AV tie Sue Moliu, aUi, from Hou-;1'^' ^ f n ,^ S h 1
F.rwin Raih Jr. is spending a ..' - . ..... Uton who visited with her par-1 ' ' "T'1 ' n‘ • . Sl ■
few day, with his grandfather. The moon is m its hr*t QUar- Jon who Wrf wither ,W w'ill have thru- first
and aunt. J*'r | Linda and Daniel Angctstein. „ >■ .s.mas I't'vi' 11
*» "Wt ......*, .......r8S*J?5&.
Arm*lg<*r wen* homo
Ran'gnftw Jr Funeral services wilt he held Friday ard their Opponent --
yi kited .vvi.th 'Tuesda,. Ify llcrff C. ! ’■ n • ,r. 1 either Miami. Fla.,
I ..niei -1 Texas Christian or Utah Suite -
may he named today. T \ i*
| Western has a, 6-3 record
•d the Hahn - Lincke wedding j The evening stars are Venus.
in^Cuero Wednesday evening 1 isr'Tsther'1 Kdvv *d Kia-1 f,,r •** from T. I
visited in our home Thursday 'nagan founded Boys Town .n
j Omaha. Neb.
Katliloen and Milton Bitterly! In 1925. Britain. Frame,
observed their first wedding ■ Italy. Belgium and <.ermany
anniversary Sunday. j signeyi the Ds-arno Pact to
__ 'outlaw willful aggression any-
7HEAPSIDI STS.- ** *0. „„,k„
1 iv hange announced for the. . . , , ...
* . , 1 M.ss Judv Coin aba from Pt
.first time in history investni* , ' ,
\tr and Mrs Hill 11 i 1U • n are , , , , ’ , . „ Lavaca \ isited w itJl the Dalton
Mr. amt Mis. mu iiimn **" cou ( |nlv st«M ks on tile install-',. . .. , .
in Houston visiting Mr and:Bran«lt.s over the weekend
Mrs. Douglas Berger. Mr. HU-! In ^8.' fire sue,,, through', J"* lKv,'r<M' ***** ^
len went up for a checkup. ,,, *h«.l of Our I.a.h lMk" •'apkson vls,tH 'v,'h h,‘
lAS VLC.AS, Net HP! ■
Funeral services were scheduP
- d 'oiiriy n Chi :st I ;y'-c. pa I
Church fCr row bo- ii lor ;
W ilium 'W ill 14.1,0 Kihotf 61
who played Marshal Wild Bi.il '
Hick--k in -a IW'.I jri"'. e serial.,
Flliott. who gained lv.s nick- !
Ion Thanksgiving Day. ' name from-the seri.ii. 'died/ia.-t.-
; Little Miss Sherry! Ideas had i... ,] ,v ,,f cancer He aH> had
Kl Campo, where she is visit- i ™L'f'<rtur U> br< :ik ,M'r''’".rrH a- Bed Ryder .a an-
ing her sister. Mrs. Linda. ,Li m lai,t " wk. , other m-h o scries.
Tiie Joim DicheO. \P>. Otfo
iStahl and the R V Oh o s,cn'
Thnnksgit ing with tile ,\ J
Oh id's at Miss-ion'Valley •
Mr. an<i .Mrs 11. J. Ideuv
ttlenn Nagel.was home from
Houston for Thanksgiving. On! ...... . . , , <
, . , , s ;were hosts to the Ideas fanulv '
his way back he was accom-
panied by hi* grandmother,
I Mrs. Klfie Wemlel. as far as
MRS. J. K. WfNSLF.TT
Mr. and Mrs, Chas Pease
93 child- l,:,rr£,s-
i hr \\>rnor Jaconcrw
... aM OMiteiMd «r far
eventwgs in iuah Wade tooe,
dseroaMy IhwL 32/08
Oi the Angels, killing
and family of San Antonio, ; ri,n and -'three nuns,
i Mr. and Mrs. Jack Marshall ----
anil family of ur> v,,. .- ...... ... , . , , ,
visited in the O O. Marshall, Ilouston Kridavl lo visit their' death of Daniel who led , f.ght de|-.i t labor
home over the weekend. I brother who .s'ili Adnkes Svimlay, Nov. 21. For leader Harry Br.dg.-s.
\\r< T Mar Stain of . ^ . . ‘ tho' HI \>*ars Ik* had nvidr1 Konl di*vd last Saturday i:
Mrs. Lilia « - and Mrs. Janie* Schulte. his jn 1>>llisian!1. 11u, Santa Monica Hospital of
ami Alts. ,. • I funeral service and burial was' heart attack. He was a Cahh'u
MOI.IN i Hi. CPI !' .tv :•
a! services. w«'re..'fiendipg today
for l'i.ii'ce-.t Hanson. 62, senior
\ fc p.i.es'r|eht of the Molin'
National Bank and a pr-'ininent
c,\ r leader He '!icd a,11 'll - lay
SANTA MONICA. Cald,
rhanksg;vuig. VPl - Funeral aprang.-monts
We were all .saddened by the were '.tiding today .f««r toniicr sj ^ rob i, BID
Corpus Christi Mrs VV(,avor <lf Ciie.ro wont to ‘ '? ,h; _^udden^ and Kef> ,.‘f ;'' J Kl. PAM). Trv HTD •
, Wrstrrn ('«»!H• l*o hnN
■ :n tMMiird a hid to |>IMv, m the
Mr. and Mrs James Schulte . hi. „ .......... nn,., Atonic I.......... of , Sun ';,uu', ,v";
.'!! Thf Minors uoro solootcd
Now In Its
Monday - Saturday ;i
Ii 9:00 a.m. to 9:55 a.m.ii
Odessa spent Friday night ... hi)<J
the honye of Mrs. Reubie Fris- rtn 1 chll,,lvn
| Wink left visited Mrs. Mamie
, ,, T, _ , IHoch Sunday evening
Mr. and Airs, Pete Schulte, ... . ,
1*5 E. MAIN
CR 5 4613
and children of Cucro were
weekend guests of Airs. J. K.
Winslett. i -■ - ,
Mr. and Mrs. Cnskett Barn-' Bowman awhile Friday morn-
jes and son Of Monahans spent mg and rei*>ite,l .the latter is
I the weekend with Mrs. Katie > h’Ong much btdtci.
1 Barnes and Bert. 1 j Airs. Katie Barnes and Croc-
Mrs. Katie Barnes and Mr. i kett Barnes visited Airs. Bam-
and Mrs. Oockett Barnes yverejes’ biother in Shiner Thursday,
guests of Mrs. J. K. Winslett evening.
Friday. Miss Zella Winslett and Airs.
Airs’. Jake Alurrcl! and Airs, j Bill ''Winslett Visited "the Boh
Edith Russell of Odessa" visited i Cone family in Seguin Thanks-
with George Stain for several [giving, The boys returned homo
days. They also visited others jvyith them for the weekend,
while in the community. Airs, i We are glad to re(«ort O. 0.
Lillie Stain accompanied them Maps shall recovering satisfac-
hqnie Sunday. j torily after .an illness of a few
Airs.' Bill Winslett and sister, i (lays.__.
here • in the Lutheran Church nia representative in Cdnglvv»
and cemetery from 1938-42.
Mrs. Reubie Frisbie visited i ,Mr. «nd Airs. Herbie Maitrer!
Mrs. Margaret Bowman who is • from' Galveston and Mr. and SAN DILGO, Calif. I’PI -
ill. Mrs. Winslett visited Mrs.
For Sure Fire Result*
Advertise In Hie
IJ r. ~~
That Season Of the
Year Again . . .
BOTH ARK INCREASINGLY
You'll like Valley (.old
GROCERY & MARKET
\VK GIVE Tor VALUE STAMPS
l)Ot BI.F, ON VVKO. WITH OR MOIIL < \MI l‘l l!< II 4sF
SPECIALS FOR Till RS.-FRI.-SAT.. DEC. 2-3-4
5 Deliveries Daily
Rocgelcin Pound Pkg.
- PRODUCE -
______ lb. 5c
4 Lb. Cello
_______ lb. 10c
____ head 10c
cello bag 9c
1 Lb. Bag
Folerer's Inslant M! ^7- '^av
Folger’s ^ ^ an
COFFEE ____________ 79c
Diamond 1 Lb. Bag
Q & Q 3 Boxes
Hunt’s 3 t ans
TOMATO SAUCE_______ -29c
Ajax Gt. ( an
Woodburv Gt. Bottle
Pet X (its
DRY MILK ________ 69c
Swansdown 3 Pk'gs.
Hormrl < an
Peter Pan Lg Jar
Franco-American 2 Cans
Towie Lg. Jar
Maraschino Cherries ------ 29c
liole Crushed Elat F®n
PINEAPPLE.......— 2 lor 29c
Scull Eg H"U
PAPER TOWELS ...... - 29c
29c l (i00
TAB - SPRITE
Gillette Super 5 For
Stainless Steel Blades-----69c
Twin Pak Lav’s Reg. 59c Bag
Victor ? For
Fipton If) 1 mint
TEA BAGS__________ 21c
Sunshine Rest- J;,r
PIMENTOS____________ . . 12c
Buridiggs 3 Pkgs.
Peef, Turkey or Ham — $1*00
Aqua Net R<‘g- Si .00 Sizt
HAIR SPRAY —______59c
3 l>b. Can
Halves or Sliced—Stokcln s 2!2 t ;,n
PEACHES ________________ 27c
Hunt's (it. Family K zr
Baker’s Angel-Flake 7 Oi. Pkg.
Woodburv 3 Rrg Bara
BATH SOAP ..............21c
Nestle's 6 Ol Pkf.
CHOCOLATE CHIPS -.....19c
Kraft 10 Oz. Pkg
MARSHMALLOWS ___________ 17c
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The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 71, No. 284, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 1, 1965, newspaper, December 1, 1965; Cuero, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth696930/m1/8/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.