Palacios Beacon (Palacios, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1961 Page: 4 of 8
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PALACIOS BEACON, PALACIOS, TEXAS
Thursday, June 29, 1961
By EL A INK DAY
■Visiting with IWr, and Mrs. W.
C. Bntwn recently were Mr. Jack
fhtrm. of Silverton, Texas, Jack
•Cm** off Palacios, Mr. and Mrs.
Mike Renfro of Woodsboro, Texas,
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Blair and boys
•of Melville, Louisiana, and Mr. and
Willis H. Brown and family of
j*brt Alto, Texas.
Arthur B. Poster of Port Lavaca
and Mary Ann Haner of Robstown
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Foster.
Mr. ami Mrs. T. J. Havel, Sr. and
aon Mtnry, formerly of El Maton,
ivrajjtit the Clyde Quinn house in
messing- and moved into it last
Mrs. A. R. Matthes, Mr. and Mrs.
Willie Neuszer, and Mr. and Mrs.
JU. P. Neuszer attended the wedding
off Miss Bonnie Kay Rollins to
■Janes I>. Craft at the First Presby-
terian Chui'oh in Bay City, Satur-
Mr. and IMrs. Herman Jurica of
TPoint Comfort visited Mr. and Mrs.
tC. G. Tobola and Mrs. Lucille
i&rafale, Saturday night.
Sirs. Curtis Cohn and children of
Corpus Ghristi went with Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Powell to Houston
on June 18th to attend a family
ceoiijon at the San Jacinto Bat*
Mrs. Elizabeth Herreth went to
Houston Sunday with Mrs. Marie
Oeeker and children to visit M'r.
L. A. Herreth and his family.
Mrs. Robert Riekaway underwent
surgery Monday at the Nightin-
gale Hospital in El Campo.
Bobby Neuman, who lives in
Wharton, and his brother George
■off Midfield, visited with Mr. and
Mm. V. H. Rickaway and Randy
1 Mr. and Mrs. A). L. Rickaway and
/amity of Brazoria visited Mrs. E.
Mrs. Victor Tobola’s new restaur-
ant in Blessing was opened for busi-
ness on June 18th.
> fflfrs. W. L. Rickaway, Mrs. Duke
l/Henn, and Marie Decker and
daughter Carol are participating
in Hie Red Cross swimming lessons
in Bay City this week.
Gene Dukes has spent the last
tmm weeks in West Palm Beach,
JRarida, visiting his mother, Mrs.
Freda Dukes, and his grandmother,
Mrs. Inez Baker.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Svetlik, Mr.
-.and Mrs. V. J. Tobola and Martin,
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Westfall* and
Mrs. Ignac Tobola attended the
wedding of Julius.Tobola and Bve-
fya Thnasek in Swcet HCme, Sun-
iday. They also attended the recep-
tion at Shiner.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Rickaway
and. family of Jones Creek spent
Friday night and Saturday with F.
The newly decorated Country
.Kitchen, across from the Blessing
.Hotel, is open for business and
operated by Mrs. J. B. Lindamood.
The Little League All-Stars were
named at a meeting of the mana-
gers, following games played Tues-
Members of the team are: M.
Jessup, Greenawalt, M. Rodriguez,
R. Wallace, Hunter, Fields, Fitz-
gerald, Lrnz, B. Wallace, J. Ze-
manek, F. Rodriguez, B. Dannels,
Anthis and Bruce Hart.
Alternates are Cavos and Sulli-
Managers of the team this year
ire Staton Hunter and Bob Ku-
A1 meeting will be held in West
Columbia shortly to arrange play-
off dates for teams in the district.
These dates will be announced later.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Florip left
Itaeaday for Roger City, Mich.,
where they will visit their daugh-
ter, Mre. Froelich and family and
other relatives and friends.
All Work Guaranteed
«CK UP AND DELIVERY
R. J. ROGERS
800 SECOND ST.
(Continued From Page 1)
hooks by Harold G. Wells, may be
ordered by mail from H. G. Well3,
Box 13194, Houston 19, Texas. The
ir'ca is 50 cents per copy.
The need for this valuable fishing
information has made it possible
for Mr. Wells to expand these books
to six different fishing areas of
the Texas Gulf Coast.
There are books issued for the
Matagorda Bays, Rockport, Corpus
Christi, Port Isabel, Laguna Madre,
Galveston, Freeport, Sabine and
East Galveston Bays.
These books are depended on by
almost 50,000 salt water fisher-
men on the Texas Gulf Coast. They
are accurate because they are based
on scientifically predicted Tidal
currents. These currents control
the movement of all salt water
These forecasts give the best
fishing time for each day from
July 1st until December 31st. They
ilso tell you when you cannot catch
fish. The extreme high tides are
shown so that those hot spot sha-
low bays can be fished at the right
time. Even the extreme low tides
are shown in case you want to pick-
up oysters the easy way later in
The Wells Scientific Fishing
Forecasts can help most fishermen
catch more fish. Even the fisher-
men who must fish when he can, re-
gardless of the best days, needs the
information as to where the fish
are going to be, deep reefs or in
the shallows. And these conditions
can change every few hours on al-
most any day.
Thousands of fishermen really
believe that this is the best fifty
cents worth in their tackle box.
They are now on sale at Grassy
Point Bait Camp.
* * *
Mrs. Gabber says: Education is
what a man gets when he sits in
his living room with a group of
mm 5ERV,CE NEW*
kJi' ill JeL JtHL -Pi j 1 L J X _I=1. YJUr RAYFORD G. KAY and F. M. DOUGLAS, County Agriculture Agts.
FOR SALE or TRADE
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Reardon,
Sherry and Richard; /Mr. and Mrs.
Weldon Wells, Jerry and Cindy;
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and Darlene;
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Miller and
Craig, all of Houston were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. F. T. De Loach
this week end.
Capt. and Mrs. Roy Wratislaw
and children, who have been sta-
tion’d in Chambersburg, Pa., are
visiting his mother, Mrs. R. V.
Wratislaw. They will sail July 14
for England, where Capt. Wratis-
law will be stationed for two or
Dr. and IMrs. Thomas M. Fergu-
son of Bryan spent the Father’s
Day weekend with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Barnett. They
were accompanied home by Michael
Edwards and Susan Barnett. Susan
returned home last week end but
Michael will spend the summer.
BRUSH OR SPRAY
MANY COLORS: WHITE, GRAY, BLUE, GREEN,
BED, YELLOW, ALUMINUM, GLOSS BLACK,
FLAT BLACK, AND PLEASING PASTELS.
GARNER E. SEAQUIST, Mgr.
1725 E3RST STREET PHONE 824-2119
10% OFF on all fans. Kana Up-
holstery and Furniture.
FOR SALE—Small lavatory. Call
824-3953. ' 20th
FOR SALE—Furnished Duplex,
414 Lucas, call 824-243-1.
FOIR SAjLE—5 acres west of Pa-
lacios. Phone 824-2215, L. G.
FOR SALE—Bayfront acreage;
Lincoln Shop Welder. Phone 824-
FOR SALE—Army type commer-
cial gn3 range. See D. D. Paulk,
Phone 824-3032. 25tf
SOMETHING NE|W! Savage Car-
bine in new .243 cal. $99.95 at
FOR SAJLE—House and five acres
on Highway 35 near location of
the new schools. Phone 824-2004.
FOR SALE—Wurlitzer piano, prac-
tically new. See Mlrs. H. C. Bolen
after 5 p.m. at 1110 Third St. It
THIS WEEK’S SPECIAL—8-in.
fans, only $4.95. While they last.
One year guarantee. Murphy Hard-
FOR SALE—26-ft. Bay Shrimper,
licensed and ready to go. Can be
seen at Faktor's Bait Camp, Grassy
FOR SALE—Burglary-Proof Steel
Safe, also steel tables. Can be
seen at old postoffice building.
Call 824-2313. It
FOR SALE—Two business lots
next to new post office. Ideal
location. Ney Oldham Real Estate,
Phone 824-2411. 22-tf
FOR SALE—2-pc. Couch, A-l con-
dition, $65. One reeliner, just like
new, $3/9.95. Rocking Chair, $10.95.
Kana Upholstery and Furniture.
FOR SALE—House with 1700 ft.
floor space, central heat. Priced
to sell. Shown by appointment.
Phone 824-2215, L. G. Brown. tf
FOR SALE—Equity in 2-bedroom
house. G. I. financed. Take up
low monthly payments. John Loud-
erback, Blessing, phone 2541. 24f
FOR SALE—Three bedroom, l*/j
bath on two lots. Ideal location.
Lots of trees. Near all schools.
Bargain. Ney Oldham Real Estate,
Phone 824-2411. 22-tf
FOR SALE—Two bedroom home in
Blessing. $500 equity, take up
payments. Will consider renting to
permanent tenant. Phone 2941,
BOAT FOR SALE—25-ft. Chris
Craft, 125 h.p. motor. Like new.
Terms. Will consider trade of real
estate or automobile. Write Box
880, Palacios, Texas.
FOR SALE—Dining table with 5
chairs, two buffets, bookcase bed,
couch, refrigerator, 28-ft. alum-
inum house trailer, rotary lawn
mower. Call 824-2082. 26-2t
FOR SALE—Two acres on high-
way 35 cut-off. T*'1 houses.
Could be bought separately as
two l-acre trtaots with house. Ney
Oldham Real Estate, Phone 824-
FDR SALE—one 14-ft. Aluminum
Lone Star Boat, $90; one good
large wheel trailer $75; one Mer-
cury Mark 20 Outboard $115. Take
all for $250. See at Tanner’s Mag-
nolia Station. It
FOR SALE—Three completely fur-
nished apartments in one unit.
Revenue $160 per mo. Near new
hospital. Price $8,500. Owner will
finance. Adolphus Rioux, Realtor,
213 Fifth St. 19
FOR SALE: Invest In Happiness!
Lovely 2 bedroom home with
large den suitable for a bedroom.
Ml modern. Large lot with beau-
tiful fruit trees and shrubs. Shown
by appointment. See Adolphus
Rioux, Realtor, 213 Fifth St. 25
FOLLOW THE CRO|WII)S to Mur-
phy Hardware, where every one
likes to shop.
BARRERA DRY GOODS — The
Friendly Store. 608 10th St.,
Phone 824-2230. tf
TOBIAS PLUMBING SERVICE—
New or repair, large or small,
jobs. 1116 Ritchie. ltp
HILL RADIO AND TV—Fast, rea-
sonable service on Radios or
TV’s. 809 Main. Phone 824-2216.
RADIO-TV SERVICE on all makes.
Work and parts guaranteed. R.
A. Porter, Phone 824-2452. tf
tar or Piano. Rodell Matteson,
Phone 824-2377 or 824-2633. 23-4p
VENETIAN BLINDS — Window
shades. Over 24 years experience
in installation. Call Brandon’s
Phone 824-2621. tf
SUBSCRIBE TO THE HOUSTON
POST. Delivered at your door
daily and Sunday. Call Mrs. Myrtle
Fletcher, Phone 824-2698.
THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE
has the “most’’ of everything.
For daily home delivery call—W.
C. Jackson, Phone 824-0431.
SHIMEK ELECTRIC SERVICE
has moved to 408 E. Matagorda
Street, Foley Village. Phone Donald
Shimek, 824-2478 for your electrical
RODRIGUEZ MEMORIALS. Mon-
uments, Plaques, etc. San An-
tonio, Texas. Representative Paul
O. Campos, 913 Moore, Palacios,
ROGERS RADIO-TV SERVICE—
Get the best reception from your
TV antenna. We check and work
over all types. Complete stock of
antennas, masts, wire, etc. Phone
WE NEED LISTINGS! We have
inquiries for houses. Vacant lots.
Acreage and Suburban Property
Daily. List your property with us
now! Ney Oldham Real Estate,
Phone 824-2411. 22-tf
DON’T LET THE fast growing
grass beat you, to the punch.
Hurry to Murphy Hardware and
get a world famous Lawn Boy
Mower. Performance proved. Also
other makes and models.
WICKHAM PLUMBING COM-
PANY—Located % miles from
city limits, north on Highway 35.
Phone 824-3096. Plumbing supplies,
also JM/yers pumps and supplies. !We
want your plumbing jabs, large or
small. Call us or see us.
FOR SALE—Chrysler Marine Ace
IMbtor, current model, extra fine
condition, direct drive. All attach-
ments: Shaft, propeller, regulator,
two 6-volt batteries, instruments,
etc., $395. Speedball Hull 18-ft.
fiber-glassed, $50. Will sell togeth-
er or separately. Ernie Tresselt,
1805 Bayshore Drive, Phone 824-
Cord Of Appreciation
I want to express my grateful
appreciation to my customers for
their friendship and patronage the
past 22% years as your Avon Rep-
resentative. It has been very pleas-
ant and gratifying.
Mrs. Nadine Weltzbarker has
been appointed to serve my «us-
tomers and territory.
Mrs. C. D. McDonnell
MONITION in the United States
District Court for the Southern
District of Texas. Robert A. Erwin
vs. F/V VAMPIRE, her engines,
tackle, etc. No. 2178 in Admiralty.
Galveston. In obedience to a War-
rant of Seizure to me directed, in
the above-entitled cause, I have
seized and taken into my posses-
sion the following-described vessel
to wit: F/V VAMPIRE, her en-
gines, tackle, etc. For the cause set
forth in the libel now pending in
the U. S. District Court for the
Southern District of Texas, at Gal-
veston, Texas I hereby give notice
to all persons claiming the said
described vessel, or knowing or
having anything to say why the
same should not be condemned and
forfeited, and the proceeds thereof
distributed according to the prayer
of the libel, that they be and ap-
pear before the said Court, to be
held ill and for the Southern Dis-
trict of Texas, at the United States
Court Room, in the City of Galves-
ton on the 26th day of July 1961, at
10:00 o’clock on the forenoon of
that day, if the same shall be a day
of jurisdiction, otherwise on the
next day of jurisdiction thereafter,
then and there to interpose a claim
for the same, and to make their
allegations in that behalf. James
W. McCarty, U. S. Marshal South-
ern Dist. of Texas, by Kathryn M.
WANTED—Elderly couple to live
in furnished apartment in rear of
my home, rent free, in exchange for
keeping yard and doing heavy
housework and laundry. See Mrs.
R. E. Kilgore on Highway 35, %
mile west of city limits. ltp
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND—-Red and Grey Tre-Val
Overshirt. Owner may identify
and claim at Beacon office.
REWARD OFFERED—For return
of billfold and enclosed identifica-
tion papers, licenses, etc., to C. C.
Lee, 707 Rorem or phone 824-2947.
FOR RENT — 3-room furnished
house. 402 Perryiman. 26tf
FOR RENT—Furnished apartment,
down stairs. 414 Morton, Phone
FOR RENT — 4-room furnished
apartment. Utilities paid. Phone
TRAILER SPACE- Extra Large
Size. Cool, Comfortable, Private.
Trailer Terrace. 19-4t
FOR RENT—2-bedroom furnished
house, 3-room furnished apart-
ment and 2-room furnished apart-
ment. See at 101 First Street or
phone 824-2933. 26-tf
FOR RENT — Clean furnished
apartment. TV hook-up, utilities
paid, $14.00 per week. Adolphus
Rioux, realtor. 213 Fifth Street,
Phone 804-2318. tf
Citation by Publication
THE STATE OF TEXAS
TO: Ml 1,1'RED W1EEENB UNTER-
You are commanded to appear by
filing: a written answer to the
plaintiff's petition at or before 10
o'clock A M. of the first Monday
after the expiration of 12 days from
the date of issuance of this Cita-
tion. the same being Monday the
7th day of August, A. D„ 1961, at or
before IS o’clock A. M„ before the
Honorable Dlsttlct Court of Mata-
gorda County, at the Court House in
Hay City, Texas.
Said plaintiff’s petition was filed
on the 13th day of June, 1961.
The file number of said suit being
The names of the parties in said
suit are: Alvin H. Untermeyer. as
Plaintiff, and Mildred Willene Un-
termeyer, as Defendant.
The nature of said suit being sub-
stantially as follows, to wit:
That Plaintiff has been an actual
bona fide inhabitant and resident of
the State of Texas for twelve months
immediately next preceding the fil-
ing of this suit and of Matagorda
County for more than six months
immediately next preceding the fil-
ing of this suit; that Plaintiff and
Defendant were lawfully married on
or about April 11, 1954, and lived
together as husband and wife until
March 4, 1961, when Plaintiff and
Defendant separated because of the
cruel treatment, excesses and out-
rages on the part of the Defend-
ant toward the Plaintiff, and that
their further living together as hus-
band and wife is insupportable by
reason of the conduct of the De-
fendant. That there were three
children born of the marriage.
WHEREFORE, Plaintiff prays
that the Defendant be cited to ap-
pear and answer- his petition and
that he do have Judgment dissolving
tlie marriage, that Defendant be de-
nied custody of the children, that
the community property be divided
and for general relief.
If this Citation is not served with-
in 90 days after the date of its
Issuance, it shall be returned un-
Issued this the 21st day of June,
A. D„ 1961.
Given under my hand and seal of
said Court, at office in Bay City,
Texas, this the 21st day of June,
A. D., 1961.
J. G. WALKER, District Clerk
District Court, Matagorda County,
26-4t By Lee Norris, Deputy
Card Of Appreciation
I would like to thank every one
for their kindness shown me dur-
ing my stay in Wagner General
Hospital, to every one at Dr. Wil-
cox Clinic during my visits there.
For your prayers, cards, visits,
flowers, and the Love Offerings
and to every one who has helped in
any way during my illness, May
God Bless you one and all is my
prayer. Frank Riddick
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KANA UPHOLSTERY & FURNITURE
Crawford Cunningham: and his
son Clarence, Palacios rice farmers,
are again conducting a fertilizer
demonstration on their rice crop in
cooperation with the County Agent.
The Cunninghams farm 156 acres
of rice in the Collegeport area. This
year’s soil test recommendations
called for a 60-50-25 fertilizer ap-
plication per acre. A point of in-
terest to the Cunninghams is that
this is the first time the soil chem-
ist has ever recommended potash
for their rice. They have fertilized
the entire crop according to the
soil test. In addition Clarence has
set up several plots with different
rates of fertilizer application. He
will observe the growth of the rice
and determine the yield differences
at harvest of these plots.
The six plots Clarence has estab-
lished include a check plot (no fer-
tilizer), and the following plots fer-
tilized with the amount given per
acre: 0-0-25; 60-0-0; 17-51-0; 60-
30-30; and 62-51-0. Clarence has
the plots neatly staked with a
sign on each plot giving the amount
of fertilizer applied. Any one in-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edge left Tues-
day for a vacation to the state of
Washington. They were accompan-
ied to Denver by Mrs. Spencer
Johnson, who will visit relatives
and friends there.
forested should go by and observe
these fertilized plots.
Elfon E. Weakley
WILL BE THE
In West Matagorda County to' the-
Jackson County and Wharton
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