The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 39, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 15, 1967 Page: 4 of 16
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p*r* « THF CUTOO RirrCKP Wfd. Feb. 15 1967
Services ft Lie Lutheran
• Ch-j Tit; Sunday School 9 a.m.
Worship 10 a.m. Lenten
Service* each Wednesday at
7 SO p.m. Ladies Aid Society
sv ill meet Tuesday, Fei>. 21 at
2:30 p.m. Mrs. Edna Hilbrich
will lie hostess.
cervices at the First Paptist
Church- Divine Worship 9 am
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. WMS
tion Club will hold their regular
meeting Thursday, Feb. 23 at I
2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Hu- j
bert Harryman in Cuero.
Mrs. David Smalley left for
her home in Telfener after
spending a week with Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Koenning.
Leo Wendel and Albert Veit
are patient* in the Cuero Hos-
ipital; Mrs. E. T. Teller a med-
i ical patient in the Bums Hospi-
each Tuesday at 2:30 p.m.
Services at the St. Aloj’sius j hd and Mrs Alfred Koenning a;
Catholic Church: Masses on j patient In the Pakebusch Nuns- i
Sundays 9 a.m.; Fridays 7 p.m. L— •>_.
Altar Society meeting on the
last Sunday of the month after
Westhotf Home Demonstra-
•NO" TO DtAFT—Fred Lonl-
dier, 24. former Peace Corps
member who seas recalled
from the Philippines for in-
duction into the Army, say*
in Seattle, Wash., that he
Ail) refuse to be drafted.
With him V wife Paulette.
Observing birthdays during
the week were Mrs. C. H. Hen-
son, Mrs. Louis Maxwell, Feb.
7; Kaye Kahlleh and Janet Bar-
os, Feb. 8; Mrs. A1 Boenig and
Harland Schlenker, Feb. 9; Hec-
tor Ramirer. Feb. 10: Mrs. M.
J. C'ordes, Mrs. Arnold Schroe-
der. Barbara Arndt. David Bar-
os and Raymond Schulle, Feb.
11; Miss Emma Borchardt,
Feb. 12; and little Tabeth Van
Bevoren was 1 year old Feb. 10.
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Lee Koenning who observ-
ed their wedding anniversary
on Feb. 7.
Mrs. Eddie Machost of York-
town spent Thursday here with
Mrs. Martha Hilbrich.
James Allison was a Satur-
day overnight guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Otho Allison and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pakebusch
spent Tuesday evening with Mr.
and Mrs. Garland Pakebusch
and daughter to wish Mrs. Gar-
land Pakebusch a happy birth-
day. Mr. Edwin Thieme of
Arneckeville was also present
to extend birthday greetings to
Mrs. Annie Bartlett had as
Wednesday visitors Mr. and
Mrs. Woodruf Wright of Smiley
and on Thursday Mrs. Maggie
Perkins of Smiley visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Barnett
of Victoria spent Friday evening
CASH - CARRY - SAVE
6!y • 4" to 5” Creoerted Port
*• • 4” to 5” Creoooted Poet ....
?9 ga. Stroagbara Iron __________
80 rod roll UH ga. Barb Wire
— «#c ea.
M M ea.
JO rod roll 832
8” • 14 ga. Woven Wire
4 * 8 — •A** A. D. Plywood ___________
24” Fail Thick, Foil Paced Iwjslatloa
*13.18 per roll
------ Jt.tO ea.
*8.4* per roll
M-M per gal.
Napko — Dover White Hons* Paint
II i 11 - V,** White Getting TUe ..........*4.00 per bo*
CUERO DISCOUNT LUMBER CO.
1007 S. ESPLANADE
PHONE CB 5 8*81
A BIG DAY—It’s a big day for Tuny Cailan of Gadsdefi. Fla.,
as he climaxes it in Jacksonville with marriage to Annette
Sloan of On eon t a. A bit curlier both graduated from Jack-
sonville State University, and just before that; he was com-
missioned 6 U.S. Army second lieutenant.
here with Mrs. Annie Bartlett i Mi - . Vgne- Gde.hr; ng has re-
and Miss Gail Barnett. Jturned to her home after cor
Thursday night Mrs. Annie jvaiescing at her daughter's
Bartlett visited .with Mrs Amyl home in Cuero
Perkins of Smiley while Miss j Mr. and Mrs. Victor Parma of
Gail Barnett, Lanette Mueller.! Houston-a'nd Mr.-and-'Mrs. A. A.
Shirlene Koenning; Pam -and j Wegner of Moulton were recent
Billie Lubyinesky attended the I visitors m the Louis Zissa
basketball game in Smiley . j home.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mueller j Mr. and Mis. Khtmctt Caskey
spent last week in San Antonin; and Mark of Smiley visited Fri-
with Harry Lee and Williai'd j day evening in the Frank Baros
Mueller families. j home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Foulds i Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hilbrich
of San Antonio spent the week-1 visited Sunday in Scguin with
end in the Alfred Koenning! tiieir daughters. Jackie and
'with Mr. and Mr* A H Sam-1
■ Mrs. S.imp.e, .v'li't rcefiti)
iirideiwont surgery m the Ni\
Hospital m San Anton'o return- >
• id home Tuesday and is eon- i
valcscing nicely at her home.
! Mrs. Edna Cowey of Cuero
I visited Friday with her brutlier. j
j I-oui.s Bruemiing.
Miss: Shirley Respondek. stu- j
|dent of Incarnate Word College, j
i spent the weekend with tier par- j
Jents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Res- j
jpondek. Miss Respondek who I
jiva.« recently selected Prince**
I of Incarnate Word College at- |
'tended tlx* Green and White1
j Ball held at the Lavitta Assem-
ilily hall in San Antonio. Her es-
i cort was Robert L. Svetlik of
■ Hallettsvilie, student at St. j
• Mary’s University in San An-
j ti inio.
1 Mr, and Mrs. Wallace Stiehlc j
' and sons of San Antonio spent, j
; the weekend with Mrs. Adolph |
i Koenning • jnd Eddie Stoeltje.’
On Sunday they all visited in ;
I Cheapside with, Mr and Mrs. •
1 Emil Stoeltje and Mr. and Airs 1
j Joe Stoeltje
. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Hilbrich ■
! were Wednesday business yisi- I
! tors in Victoria. j
Airs. Ford Winkler and Mrs.
I Paul Friedrich accompanied
by Be no Maris of Florcsville,
! Mr. and Mrs. Elo Maris of Mc-
Coy. Mrs. Adolph Fehner and
Mrs. James Fehner of Gonzales
spent Tuesday in Cuero with
CASH FOR TRADING STAMPS— Pipe-smoking Rep. I.ester
Wolff, D-N.Y., and Rep. Ken Hechter, D-W.Va., discuss in
Washington their bill to require redemption of trading
stamps in cash. On desk are tape recordings representing
about 60 hour* of testimony to ascertain need for such a law.
Mrs. Emma Marls who observ-1 Mr. and Mrs, A W. Meyer
ed her 92nd birthday that day. (spent Sunday in Austin with
Feb 7. Mrs. Willie Mae Pennell.
Mr. and Mr* Eddie *rhro*
d a a; Yoakum v -sited Sane -
in the Mrs. Eila Bo-.'hl horn-
Mr. and Mr- Jerry Ju m
Corpus Christ) .Spun ihe wc l
lend with' Mrs. Adel:: Jab ilk
| rod Mbs Annie Ji iwh. \
I Miss Donna Baros of V ■ i w
j spent Sunday with M. and .M
| Surplus Cut
1 WASHINGTON UPI 5ms ,
, tion rand tor U. S. farm pro-tu 1
j lias chopped the government,
i owned inventory l of suipiu.-
j crops to the lowest level sin *r
i 1953-a reduction of 41 p< y cetr
jin the last year alone
The Agriculture Dcpartmi-rv
| estimated tiiat as of Dec. 31 u
(had S4.4 billion invested :n
i fat m price support inventory s.
| including $2.3 billion worth of
j government-owned crops.
SAIGON UPI Actress Jay-
ne Mansfield arrived in Saigon
to begin a four day tour of U S.
military bases in Vietnam.
Silo said the object ol her four
entertaining American service-
men was "to make them as
1 ha-ppy as I can, and contribute
I as much as I can.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Dickerson
uf Victoria spent the weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Koen-
Saturday afternoon the 5th
grade girls surprised Mrs. Arn-
old Sehroeder. their teacher,
with a birthday party at tire
Sehroeder home. The birthday
cake (baked by the girls) with
all the other party goodies was
enjoyed by Sandra Allison, Sus-
an Baros, Kaye Fuchs. Kathy
Borchardt, Rose Marie Guen-
ther and Rodney Bowen and
Mrs. John Fuchs.
Miss Lydia Teller and A1 Tel-
ler of Orange Grove visited E.
T. Teller Sunday and also visit-
ed in the hospital in Cuero with
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Alex of
Yorktown accompanied by Mrs.
Louis Zissa attended the parade
and stock show last Friday in
San Antonio. They were over-
night guests at the liome of Mr.
and Mrs. Oien Pierpont and
Mr. and Mrs. Olen Pierpont
and Beverly Ann of San Antonio
were recent visitors in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zissa.
Mr. and Mrs. George Baros, I
Tommy and Susan, were Thurs- I
day supper guests of Mr. and |
Mrs. Bill Reaves in Gonzales. I
Mr, and Mrs. Daniel Dentler
of San Antonio visited Thursday |
with her father! Knox Kaeding.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mes-
ocke of Houston visited Sunday I
with Mr. and Mr.-. E. L. Ben-
Mr and Mrs. Alton Noack
and family of Scguin and Pete |
Noack of Victoria spent the
weekend in the Alvin Noack |
Miss Esther Boldt of York-1
town visited Friday and Satur-
day with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lu- !
byinesky and girls.
Mrs. Clara Klein spent the
weekend in Port Lavaca with
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Klein
Mrs. Ella Boehl and Mrs. Vic- ]
tor Boehl and children were in
Shiner Friday where they visit- J
ed with Mr. and Mrs. Rudy
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bender j
spent Wednesday in Smiley in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hor- I
ace Sample. They also visited |
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Roegelein 1 Lb. Pkg.
1 lb. .... 4#c
HAMBURGER______3 lbs. $1.45
All Meat Roegelein Pound
3 LB. CAN............ f
Valley Gold 1/2 Gal.
Valley Gold 1/2 GaL
Roegelein 1 Lb. Pkg.
PURE LARD____________—. 15c
Chum Gold 1 Lb. Pkg.
CORN OIL OLEO_________26c
Pioneer 2 Lb. Box
BISCUIT MIX____________ 53c
Holsum, Rain bo, Butter Krust 2 Loaves
Seven-Up, Big Red, Sun Crest
Orange & Strawberry and Frosty
3 for............... $1.00
Milky Way 10 Bars
CANDY BARS _ __________35c
Sta-Flo Buy One—Get One Free
SPRAY STARCH 2 cans for 53c
Folger’s 1 Lb. Can
Lady Betty Tall Jar
Folger’s 10 Oz. Bottle
10 Lb. Bag
Peter Pan Large Jar j
Half Pound Box
CRACKERS ' ..........- 25c
Northern * 2 Pkgs.
I amseioam |
3 Cans For
HOMINY ........ ..
Gold Cross /
8 Oz. Pkg.
14 Oz. Bottle
3 Cans For
GROCERY & MARKET
WE GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS
DOUBLE ON WED. WITH *S.90 OR MORE CASH PURCHASE
SPECIALS FOR THURS.-FRI.-SAT., FEBRUARY 16-17-18
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The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 39, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 15, 1967, newspaper, February 15, 1967; Cuero, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth697950/m1/4/: accessed August 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.