San Patricio County News (Sinton, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 12, 1930 Page: 2 of 8
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"“IJhe BUck Ace " coming Friday j
*» ttm Rialto Theatre, ia the name
*t tta new Pathewestem in which
Una Coleman is starred. Ben Cor-
tett portrays bis pal. In "The
i Black Ace” both are Texas rangers.
The final scene in which Cor-
helt participates calls for him carry-
ing In big Bill Steele, who portrays
cron of the villlans. Steele stands
wrap than six feet tall and weighs
rmrt*. than 200 pounds and Corbett
was confronted with the situation
«/ carrying mich a heavy actor in
his arms and at the same time
playing a comedy scene.
Corbett carried Steele in as the
•-aBKrras were grinding, but during
the filming of the balance of the
*nene. Steele became too heavy for
Corbett to hold up any longer, so
Corbett Just deliberately dropped
htm on the floor. Naturally, It was
on*, as rehearsed, but the Texas
-Wanner dropping the man killer a3
if it were a bag of bricks developed j
into the biggest laugh in “TBlack
Those Individuals who enjoyed
the two popular mystery-film auo-
ceaaea, "Unholy Night” and "The
Thirteenth Chair,'* have a treat In
•tore for them when "The Biahop
Murder Case” comes to the Rialto
Theatre Monday and Tueaday with .
; such prominent featured players as
| Basil Rathbone, Leila Hyatns, Bol-
and Young, Alec B. Francis, and
i a number of others.
The new murder drama, adapted
by Lenore J, Coffeo from the 8. 8.
Van Dine best seller and filmed un-
der the Joint direction of Nick,
Grinds and David Burton Is reput-
ed to be by far the best all-round
mystery-film as yet to come out of
! the Metro-Coldwyn-Mayer studio In
j Culver. City.
| The plot concerns a series of mur-
ders done by a person who louses
a black chess bishop beside each
the home of Profeeeor Dillard, the
remarkable library of Pardee, the
chess enthusiast; the Stuyvesant
Club or New York; Central Park,
New York, and an archery range
between the two homes. The mys-
tery starts when Robin, familiarly
known as “Cock Robin,” is found
on the archery range with an ar-
row in his heart.
victim and sends Jeering notes" In
“Mother Goose" rhymes to his pur-
suers,. notably, Philo Vance,- the
popular detective of the Van Dine
tales. The solution of the mystery
is completely cloaked until the Just
ten feet of the film.
The settings utilize the rooms of
i - i
The wide expanse of the west
that was, provides the picturesque
locale for “Romance of Rip Grande,”
the feature picture with Warner
Baxter, Mary Duncan and Antonio
Moreno, announced for the attrac-
tion at the Itialto Theatre Wednes-
day and Thursday.
Massive scenes of the Rio Grande
region, plains dotted with enormous
hords of cattle,'and the rare grand:
cur of the old Mexican estates, give
pictorial testimony to the gigantic
scale on which Fox Filins staged
tills compelling romantic picture of
the west, which is an Alfred Santell
"Conquistador,” title of the novel
from which "Romance of Rio Gran-
de” was adapted, relates the
triumph of man over country. Tho-
ugh it runs a pulsating romance
nnil the gripping adventures of
those during pioneers who set out
to i oiliiuer'mi untamed section'. ~
Automobiles Registered Sinctf
fiance Sets and Teds of
These dainty underthings are made of Char-
donize Rayon sheer and lustrous run-proof and
■ perfect laundering. Some are tailored, some
; have enchanting trims of ecru lace, some have
; delicate rosebud trimmings.
il Pertains Bros'
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l-'(iliuv, lu'g is III." Ii-1 of new uutp-
mojdi' ■ id.- tried r.i San Patricio
, l 'irmly,.-:.u e our la.-1 report:
.In,. Gigi:ui !es,-Slillitiu, riii-vrofei
J. F Wli -i Ii l Itefiiftio. Ford
slnndurd i oupi:1.
: Max Srimi-iiler. Simon. Ford for-
dor sedan. . 1
Louis Wihnot. Corpus Christi.
Ford standard coupe.
N. F. Burns. Skldmon, Ford tu-
J. ('. Cook. Aransas Pass. Chev-
V P. Cherrod,'Mathis, Chevrolet
A. F.Gordon, Corpus Christi, Ford
C, L. Witty. Corpus Christi, Ford
A. G Hodges, Mathis, Chevrolet
Felix Ha reeky,. Aransas Pass,
I, . Ii. Long, Refugio, Ford Stand-
V. T. Alison. Pettus, Ford Tudor
C. L. McRae. Tuleta, Ford Tudor
J. J. Baker, Mathis, Chevrolet
Jess R. Cantu, Beeville,Ford
Chas. VV. Sutherland, ingleside,
E. B. Eley, Aransas Pass, Chev-
C. P. Ferguson, Sinton, Chevrolet
R. A. lvie, Beeville, Ford Tudor
Sedan, ' 8
JXCl. Hill, Pettus, Ford Sport
Coupe. ■ •
Felix Martinez, Corpus Christ),
Ford Sport Roadster.
C. V. Jones, Taft, Ford Standard
J. V. Davis, Beeville, Ford Stand-
J. R. Davis, Gregory, Ford -Tudor
A. H. Ryan, Pettus, Ford Tudor
W. F. Gallagher, Mathis, Chevro-
C. C. Willis. Taft, IHC Truck.
H. B- McDaniel, Refugio, Ford
List of Warranty Deeds
Filed June 2nd To 7th
SINTON BAPTIST CHURCH
A Homelike Church
Bible class lor ladies, Tuesday,
Sunday Rcltbol at 10:00 A. M.
Classes and teachers for all ages.
M :0Q A. M.—Worship and preach-
' 'io P. M. -Worship and Preach-
ing. . .
7:00 P. M.—B. V. P. IT.
Prayer Meeting every Wednesday
night at 8:00 P. M.
W. C. Wood. Pastor.
Sunday School each Sunday mor-
ning at 9:45.
Preaching at 11:00 A. M.
Preaching-at 7:30 o’clock P. M
Epworth League, 0:30 p. m. each
Junior Missionary Society, Mon-
days at 4:00 P. M.
Adult Missionary Society, Tues-
days at 4:00 P. M.
Prayer Meeting each Wednesday
at 7:15 P. M.
Sunday School Workers’ Council
second Wednesday night in each
E. P. Neat, Pastor.
= ■ Pay Cash-Pay Less.
SAVE WITH GAS
When you use gas, you not only enjoy the
convenience of Mother Earth’s most useful
product, but you also SAVE.
Sinton Gas Company
If functional Bladder Irritation
disturbos your sleep, or oauses
Burning or Itching Sensation, Back-
ache, Leg Pains, or muscular aches,
making yon feel tired, depressid,
and discouraged, why not try th»
Cystex 48 hour test? Don’t give
up. Get Cystex today. Put it to
the test. See for yourself how
quickly it works and what it does.
Money back if it doesn’t* bring
quick improvement, and satisfy you
completely. Try Cystex today.
Only 60c. Sinton Pharmacy.
Clarence was home from college
on his mid-year vacation and his
mother was unpacking his clothes.
She found a pawn ticket hanging
from one of the buttons on his coat.
“What’s this tag on your coat?”
she asked. “Oh, I was at a- dance
and checked my coat.” Presently
she hauled out his tousers and
these too bore a tag. “Just what
kind of a dance was that Clar-
ence?” she asked.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
We had two good crowds Sur^day.
One lady placed here membership
with the congregation.
I am now in a mission meeting
at Rockport. I am looking forward
to a good meeting.
Our young people’s work is mov-
ing along in a splendid way. The
young people are willing to study
and. do their part well.
Sunday morning, sermon, “Theory
Sunday evening sermon, "Four
Theories of Justification,’’■
Bible Study—10:00 a. ni. Sunday.
Preaching—11:00 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Sunday.
Young People's Meeting—6:30 p.
Ladles Bible Class—3:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting—7:30 p. m. Wed-
Payton E. Ollphant, Minister.
( j Furnished by the Courtesy of the
......t Guaranty Title & Trust Co.
Harris H. Johnston to Elma . S.
'Johnston-, Lots 21 and 22, Block
‘.4 k Aransas-Pass.'
Corpus Christi Bank & Trust Co.
lo City of-Taft, a strip of land 100
fret will;* known as Drainage Diich
through Taft Farm Lands.
F. Ik Slayner to J. W. Maloy, Lot
Hi in Block,‘‘I", Burton and Dan-
lorth Farm Tracts near .Aransas
Alva J. Lackey to VV. H.'Murphy,
southern corner of Lot 1, .Block 8,
W. A. Horton to Mrs. S. E. Hor-
ton, Lot 14, Block 221; Lot 10, Block
210; Lot 15t Block 239: Lot 13,
Block 70S; Lot 4, Block 214; Lot 5,
Block 202; Lot 12, Block 222; Lot
9, Block 205; Lot 10, Block 220;
Lot' 1, Block 237, Aransas Pass.
W. S. Vawter to J. J. Sparks, Lot
1, Block 44, Sinton.
Clara Peek to T.' A. Breeze, Lot
2, Block 1, Home Acres Addition to
Clara Peek to J. H,. Etheridge,
Lot 16, Block T, Home Acres Ad-
dition to Ingleside.
Clara Peek to J. J. Koch, Lot 15
Block 1, Home Acres Addition to
Clara Peek to Jas. E. Gordon,
Lot 17, Block 1, Home Acres Ad-
dition to Ingleside.
Clara Peek to *A. C. Agan, Lot 8,
Block 1, Home Acres Addition to
Sunday School every Sunday at
10:00 o'clock A. M.
W. W. Jones. Sunt.
MEXICAN CHURCH OF CHRIST
Bible Study each Sunday morn-
ing at 10:00 o’clock.
Preaching, 11:00 o’clock A. M.
Communion, 11:45 o’clock A. M.
Preaching, 7:30 o’clock P. M.
Bible Study, Tuesdays, 7:30’ P.M.
Prayer Meeting, Fridays,, 7:30
o’clock P. M.
George Sanchez, Minister.,
Tommy: Please, mister, give me
another box of those pills which I
got for my mother yesterday.
-Druggist: I sure will. Did your
mother say slit? liked them?
Tommy-: No sir, but they just
fit my air gun. '
k Insurance Agency
• • ■ ■ ilftXAg
Dentist (preparing to pun a pat-
ients tooth): Will you hare gas?
Patient: Yes, and you might look
at the ofl, too.
LUTHERAN SERVICES |
German Lutheran services will
be held In the Presbyterian church
of this city Sunday, June-45, at 2:36
p. m. Sunday school _wlll4 be held
after the services.) The Rev. C. L.
Bohls of Corpus Christi will con-
duet the services and Sunday
- Passenger (In speeding bus pass-
ing a town): “This Is rather a
nice looking town—wasn't it?”
Wife: Here’s a nice dish of spag-
hetti for lunch, dear.
Husband: Gosh, an’ I have Just
been ouf digging worms.
San Antonio ---$5.00
Ft. Worth _____15.15
Qood on all schedules
Good Evidence f
“Are you positive the defendant
was drunk?” f
“Well, your Honor, I saw him put
a penny in the patrol box and then
he looked, up at the courthouse
clock and roared, “Heavens! I've
lost 12 pounds!”
have been selling this
over twenty-five years
never had a complaint. Whbt <
that prove to you?
Ex-patient: Dead men tell
Let us show you these Goodyear tubes which resist puncture
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and automatically seal leaks—by powerful compression. Worth
many times their price in the safety and freedom from delays
they give. Fit all makes of tires and Increases tire mileage,
A 6-Ply Goodyear- Heavy Duty Tire
Priced Within the Reach of All.
Superior to many high-priced, so-
“super” tires. Extra thick,
tead. Six-ply carcass of
steady supertwist cord—Goodyear
patent. Only the world’s largest
tire production enables this value.
F. O. B. SINTON
Agents for no car—Partial to none
Phone 72 SINTON, TEXAS Est. 1915
What fashion says is smart . . . when common gense says Its
value .... then it’s ripe timp foF every woman to attend our
store and take advantage of the wonderfully low'prices featured
in every department throughout the entire-store. Suits, Dresses
and Accessories in a selection unusually large for this time of
the gteason, a.t prices that feature savings! Yes, we invite you
to Come—in fact, we urge you. You’ll thank us. ( .
Wil Wite Swimming Suits
to suit you in pretty colors, combinations and price.
^Childrens’ Shoe Sale
Bedroom Curtain Sale
$1.00 Sale of Novelties
Sale of Purses
Toilet Goods Special Sale
Sale of New Prints
Sale of Men’s Suits
Our June Sales are awaited anxiously by
fashionables, for they know that the prices
savings on the smartest things to wear. .
Tom Sawyer Suits For Boys
High Fashion in
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San Patricio County News (Sinton, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 12, 1930, newspaper, June 12, 1930; Sinton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth716770/m1/2/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Taft Public Library.