San Patricio County News (Sinton, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 11, 1932 Page: 4 of 4
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SAN PATRSCtO COUNTY
Thursday and Friday’ "*v
Feb. 11 and 12
GEORGE BANCROFT *
Paramount Sound News and
and Comedy, “Smart Set Up.*'1
Every Frida'y Night is
The home of Mrs. W. E. Welled-
. man at 8tonevilte was the scene'of
Valentine parties are especially !an Impressive tfeddlng Sunday at
easy to plan and carry out. The high noon, when her daughter, Cora,
keynote of color and decoration Is i became the bride of Mr. Francis
already planned for us add the,|L«o Gerdes, son of Mr. and Mrs. C.
dime and stationery stores are, full Gerdes. of Sinton, Texas.
of crepe paper-decorations.
Simple, Inexpensive food can he
quite easily converted into most in-
teresting dishes to form the' Valen-
Sidce it is an affair of hearts,
food should be ethereal; fluffy and
light textured. Since light textur-
Owing to a recent bereavement
In tfce family the wedding*, was
quietly solemnized, only the fam-
ily and a few close friends present.
The rooms were prettily adorned
with greenery and lovely cut flow'
ers. Father Igoe performed the Im-
pressive Ceremony. "The beautiful
ed and delicate food is the sort that: bride wore a- stylish navy blue suit
comes naturally from the refrigera-1 tftpimed In Ermine fur and Wore
tor; our Valentine menus are pretty accessories in harmony. She car-
apt to he refrigerator menus. This ried pernet roses and vajley llllies.
Mrs. Hugh SuddUth was matron1
ol honor and-was lovely wearing a
Saturday, February 13th
•in.. . '
“THE BIG SHOT”
Comedy, “Selling Shorts”
at 2:00 P. M.
Monday, Tuesday and'
Feb. 15, 16 and 17
; Joe E. Brown with-Dorothy Lee
\\* . ‘ in .
“LOCAL BOY MAKES
Paramount Sound News and
Mack Sennet Featurettes,
“Dream House.” !
Feb. 29, March 1 and 2
Starring Marie Dressier
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Mr. and. Mrs. J. D. Willis of
Gregory spent Sunday here with
their mother, Mrs. J. DV Wljlts Sr.
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A. Ray was taken sick very sud-
denly on Sunday night. At last
report he was vesting very well.
W. p. Scull is reported as slight-
ly improved from the recent sick?
neas- j |is fortunate because-such'af menu
Mrs: 'Fannie McGlothlin 'and eon, makes very Simple the work of _
Houston-, were visitors In AliceSun- i preparation. , - . black satin suit and wpfe a chim
jjg.: : j You may serve a jellied chicken black hat. She carried Columbia
. - ’ > -mousse, garnished with, small- red roses. Mr. J. W. Weilenman serv-
Mr. and Mrs-. M- L. Porter were'pimento hearts, and necompaniedfed as best man. The-bride attend-
attendlng to business tti Corpus,by whole wheat find lettuce sand- ed Newcomb College In New Or-
Jwiches cut in heart. shapes. Fol- leans and Nashville Conservatory
lowing that you may have straw- j of Music. She Was very popular in
Mrs. Lucille Turner, ol Kings-, berry ice ■ cream, .the strawberries Greenville social circles. The
ville, was the guest of'delatives and again bringing in the proper'color, groom graduated from Texas A. &
friends here Friday. The cup cakes that accompany R M. College in 1928 and since then
Miss Ann Richardson of Corpus may be frosted with pink Icing or has been with the Division of Cot-
,,S■ , nt lh ‘ - V ’ [decorated with small candy hearts, ton Marketing of the United States
f2 H ^ 9r yom menu may consi3t °f Department of Agriculture.
’ ' ’ • ’ I Open-faced Sandwiches, Pierced j headquarters in Washington.
Miss Catherine'Cornett of-Kings-1Beart Salad, Valentine Cake and j Immediately following the eere-
ville spent the week-end with her.Coffee. jniouy, 5fr. and Mrs: Gerdes left in
parents, Mr. ahd Mrs. I). A. Cornetj.' ? Pierced Heart Salad [their car for Washington, where
. 1 Marinate halves of. peaches in a they will be pleasantly located in
• Mr. and .Mrs. G. M. Haney. .spent rich spiced syrup made red by add- their lovely apartment.—Greenville
Sunday in Corpus Christl. guests of,|ing small red candies. Steam pit-! (Miss.) Daily Democrat-Times.
'Christ! on Saturday.
VALENTINE DINNER PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter. ted dates until soft, stuff with
, ground nut mixture and roll as
Miss Loj-lne Neimann of Sintoii j tiBht. as possible. Sprinkle with a
was thi-. week-end gu(\sl ui the lntnte few ,jr5ps 0f iemon. Put peaches, | Mrs p, L -Johnson very gravious-
° Mr a,!dMrs- V,ctor Wllam8: rounded side up in large pan. Make;ly entertained on Saturday evening
Miss Virginia East ha in, who has a 'diagonal. TMt across the peach ;al her home on East Sinton street,
been sqriously sick for several a,u‘ Place -dates in the cut. Make wj,en she complimented1 her niece
weeks is reported as not so well at
.dart and wings of arrow from red
Miss Doris Marie Linney, with
l maraschino cherries and place
-TT........ j ends of dates. Pour a‘clear’ge.a-; A delectable twmed
Morgan Smith and J. Compton tine mixture over peaches, _ being was serveq at s;x o’clock,
Politician—That was a fine speech
our candidate made on the farrping
question, wasn't it? >
Farmer—It*wasn't so bad; but a
Right’s good rain would have' done
a sight more good.
MASS,MAPS.SOgVIYS.tSTI MATES ftc.
fRED PfRC I VAIS FN€I N E F RS
L HOCKMRTand SINTON, TEXAS
in bath Court He os**
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I, jum CMM»1CITYClC«UWTY MAPS FCR SAIf l&Jj
S. R: Busby,. Jr., Manager
1 Jnnce at valentine dinner /tarty,,
dear gela-j -A delectable twp'c^ncs^3ihner
. . , ... , , , nao OS, . „VI QL OJA W UfUVU, With the
took Mr. Compton's father to his j careful/that they do not touch each guegts seated at the dining table
home at Crawford oil Thursday for other. When ready to serve, cut in | which was made- most attractive
mediqal- treatment. . squares and place on crisp lettuce tWnjj pig.ee cards and other decora-1
leaves. Serve a whipped cream ,iont. emnhasizine the Valentine
Mr. and Mrs. E.X. Caldwell and dressing at pne side of the. salad. h "me '*mphabmnS 1 ' a'entine
children spent Sunday in Beeville, Valentine Cake I Following the dinner hour a most
the guest of Mr, and Mrs. J. Imp- ■ Bake an angel food Cake in a-enjoyable t^me was spent in games
.. . , j regulation angel food pan, . When 0f .progressive hearts, and dancing.
Mr. and Mrs. E. I, (’row. of Taft, p?I^’ Oovet^thV^on^ o^The ^nelrine ^ 6ifts were P^ented to Miss
mg Covei the top o.f the opening Qrace Talley for high score, and to
-lgc® ..hordhred Pape?. i Miss Mary Odem for . consolation,
d?1]y; fl tbe dol.y with- candied at the conclusion of the games,
violets to appear like a bunch of | Those jenjoying, this pleasant eve,
Horace Owenq of Devine, w ho is | those, flowers. While the- frosting pjhg were, Miss Mary Odem, Miss
a student at the College of Arts and 7s S6H soft, arrange pink candy T»n,av Fpathprlfne__Miss Jane Mar-
Industries in*. Kingsville visited at i hearts .arotlnd the, top -edge of the
the homes of Leslie' and W. F. cake and green candy, hearts around
“ - - - - * 'the base.
(j ClassMied Ads j j
FOR RENT—Furnished Apartment
—4 rooms and bath. Edgar Honor*
Furnished room with j
Mrs. C. S. Vermillion.
FOR RENT—One 2-rSom house and
one' 2-room apartment. R. E. L.
FOR RENT—Four-room house, well
located to Grammar school. All
convenience. H. Markyssen.
FOR RENT—A four room house
with bath; gas, etc. Roy Jackson.
—Adv. . 50-tf
FOR SALE—Jersey Bull, 1 year old.
H. A, Adams.—Adv. 3-2***
WOOD FOR SALE —Two miles
south of Sinton, $2.00 per cord.
Ollie Barrier.—Adv. 1-4***
FOR SALE—Red-Top Cane Seed,
$1.25 per hundred, F. O. B. Odem.
See E. C. Caldwell or E. S. Butler.
FOR SALE OR TRADE —One
Breaking Plow, Buster and Sweep
Attachment. Good condition. Tnr-
a,ner Lumber Co.—Adv. 3-4
FOR SALE—One two-row John
Deere Cultivator, $50.00; one two-
row Case Planter, good condition,
$50.00; 4 tons Kaffir Heads, good
quality, at a price. J. L. Hamilton,
Sinton.—Adv. . 1-4
w;pre guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
ter Heinsohn and Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie -Hepnsohn Monday.
FOR. SALE;—A few registered
Hereford Bulls, also three short-
horn bulls. Reasonable prices. Roy
HtNnsohn on Friday.
Mrs: Floyd Scull'
, ,, ’ n u’ ,b i! recently has sufficientlv recovprpd "*ood, Miss Lucile Alkin, Miss Fairy
Jan,eke. Mrs. m ? Jlurst and ; f e« °RHrov. Margaret Martin, Miss’Grace Tal-
LIST YOUR FARMS with me. I
have several parties wanting'to buy
San Patricio County farms. A. R.
Totsy Feathering,-Miss Jane Mar-jLee, Realty and Home Developing
tin. Kirkpatrick, Miss Susie Odem, Ic g Cha al st Cor’pus chris.
Miss Agnes J’auline Kunitz, Miss .’ * -
Aniiie Odem, Miss Frances Utley, “■ Texas. Adv. '■
Miss Ruth Ell wood,’Miss Ruby Ell-
Thi# bank was organized to serve the people
of this community and its various depart-
ments will .enable them to find suitable
financial facilities to meet their require-
ments. Practical service free from red-tape
is always available for every person who
can use our facilities in the conduct of his
Depository U. S. Postal Savings
COMMERCIAL STATE BANK j
SINTON, TEXAS '
McCASKItL BROS. BUY BLUE
BONNET LAUNDRY AT KENEDY
T6lnton ’ - • *,
A. F: & A. M.
Meets First tiud Third Friday nights,
■of each month. Visiting brethern
A. LOY SIMS, W. M.
.J, W. STARBUCK. Sec.
||T' w. S~ VAWTER
J Attorney-at-lgw J J
J Office Opposite Post Offloe j j
J J SINTON * TEXAS j j
Miss Vannie Culpepper were among
the Odem people in Corpus Christi
M. D. Forgy who underwent an
operation in the Beeville hospital
20,000 square feet of paved
parking space; a convenience
offered guests at no addition-
al cost at jtne
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8AN ANTON.IO, TEXA8
his home near Edroy
to .return to
Mrs,. Milliqd Pullin and children
of San Antonio, is. visiting hey par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H: A. Redmon,
her father going'to San Antonio on
Monday for her.
ley,-and the honoree, Miss Doris
Marie Linney, and the hostess, Mrs.
P. L. Johnson.
A lQvely affair of Tuesday even-
ing was the six o’clock bridge din-
Mr. and Mrs.'Arthur Smith. Er- ner at the home of Mrs. Bessie Ut-
nest Lane, Ward Moore, Claude iey. given iSy her charming -daugh-
Mbore. Taft and Brink Morrow, and W Miss Prances Utley, when -six-
Charmon. AXT/vIlc* Ot,., A« . ii . .. ___
Sherman Wells were in San An-
tonio’on Sunday tp witness the final
Mrs. J. H.
ter, Miss "
visitors .in Corpus Christl- Satul-
day, Miss Leq> who Was spending
the week-end there, returning with
them. '.' ~ '
TWO PANTHERS KILLED
-. ON LA MOTTA
teen of’her girl chums met for one
of the nicest parties of the season.
On entering, the. livipg room, the'
guests were "seated at small tables
' - - delicious dinner’'course was
after which tallies were
passed and the evening, was spent
in games of bridge.
Miss Ruth B.rouillette was pre*
sentetL with a gift for high score.
Miss Mary Odem, consolation, and
Miss Lucile Alkin, cut.
Those present were: Misses Maty
Odem, Grace Tally, Esther Smith,
Janie Hunt, Rachel Smith, Ruth
Brouillette. Gladys Barnett, Carey
j j J. C. RUSSELL
j j -STNTON - TEXAS
Over Hamilton Grocery
< Pay For Ashes
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Protect Your Car
*While shopping or
spending the week-end
in Corpus Christi store
^« your car with
; Texas Motor Safes |
Corpui Christi, Texas
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; J++4-F+++4-4 -M-4-M-M-F+++++4
, Near The
Two panthers were caught on the
La Mojta ranch last Sunday morn-
Agnes Pauline Kunitz, Lucile
LOTS FOR SALE—In Mexican
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residential district, Odem, Texas,
as low as $10.00 down, with small
monthly payments. Buy a lot, build
a house antf let the rent pay for it.
A. R. Lee, 408 Chaparral St., Cor-
pus Christi, Texas.—Adv. 1-tf
I have some corn and soipe kaffir
corn to sell. -M. H. McCammon.
—Adv. ; 44-tf
NEW LINE of Spring Hats just
received. Good quality at lowest
possible prices. On sale at my
home. Mrs. C. F. Wahl, Odem,
The Blue Bonnet Laundry has
been sold by E. S. Cuningham to A.
„and B. T. McCaskill, the deal hav-
ing been consummated the latter
part of last week. Mr. Cunning-
ham, who had been In charge o?,
the plant since he bought it from
L. W. McCaskill of Sinton, several
months ago, has returned to San
Antonio. . -
The new proprietors have been
connected with' trie laundry since' it
was established here more than a
year ago. A..’ McCaskill has been
plant superintendent,.and B. T. Mc-
Caskill has been employed on the
outside. Both have, had wide ex-
perience and plan to devote their
entire time to the busineps. .TsfpWjjB
A. McCaskill told the Advance
that he solicited the support Of Util
people in making the business ft
success. A greater part of the ex-,
pense of operating a business of.
the kind is paid out in wagef; and ,
the wages the employees Of the ..
company receive is spent right here .. .
at home with Kenedy insUUtion||j
At the present time the'lann^
employs a dozen persons. In no.
mal times tills number woitUl be I
easily doubled. Patron**
local people means * J
roll and an attendant bionnw vK
entire community. — KettOfly
vance. ' 1
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■ Restaurants might end their de-
pression by giving larger pieces Of
had a trap set along the fence line
and, caught a half grown panther
and when lie went to the trap saw
a,.-grown - panther near by. He re-
tlirnocl In’ tho cilmn ovul
Aikin, Susie Odem, Dorys Marie
Linney, Apnie Odem, Naomi Feath-
erliiig, Jane Martin Kirkpatrick,
turned to; the camp tmd. got. his -d h’ hoste3Si Miss Frances utiey:
t|ogs and in a short while put the - "■
Dr. P. G. Lovenskiold
Phone 254 -
ALLEN OPTICAL CO.
M. H. Allen
i Op ' '
“ Y AXET TE S ”
; Spring Shoes af $4.85
Mr. a«d‘Mrs. Harry Neipian hon-
ored their sister, Miss Lorene Nei-
man with a private dance at their
home on Wednesday evening, Feb.
! 3, at 8:00 o’clock. At a late hour
the guests were served punch and
cake. ' Those present were Misses
Ruth Bell, Irene Crutcher, Winnie
Birkner, Sally. Belle.Tally, Mary
Aultha Hilton, Miller, Mrs.
iCora Wilson and Miss Lorene Nei-
! man. the Imnorfee; Messrs., Dur-
ward McNeill, Horace Love, Cot-
tor. Wheeler, J. O. Harrell, Rusty
Cleveland, Percy Beck, Allen Law-
rence, Burton Benson, Jack Win-
frey, Willie Brewer, Vincent Nich-
,;olsbn, Diarmuld Nicholson, Carroll
Wh-afley and the hosts, Mr. and
Mrs. -Harry. Neiman.
MRS. WILSON ENTERTAINS
Here’s the news YOU’VE been waiting
for! ‘ '
GOOD HONEST SHOES* AT A. LOW PRICE
We call the “VANETTES.” And we assure
you that we have never before found such
alluring footwear at |uch low prices' , '
In this group you will find every .style required
for your shoe wardrobe for Spring . . . *• ,
-^Sandals, Pumps, Oxfords, Straps, and the new ■
------Box-Heel Sandals. . ^ . ——---
Also Prices up to $8.50'
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Home of Footertour Fashions ^ ‘ ^ j
410 Storr St Corpus ChH*tN li«u
THE STATE OF TEXAS
©OUNTY OF‘SAN PATRICIO •
NOTICE IS HEREBY- GIVEN
That by virtue of a certain Alias
Execution issued out of the Hon-
orable Justice Court.of Harris coun-
ty, Texas, on the 21st day of Nov-
ember 1931, by J. M. Ray, Justice
of the Peace of said Court for the
sum of One Hundred Seventy-Sev-
en and 15-100 Dollars and costs of
suit, under a Judgement, in favor
of Orange Lumber Company in a
certain cause in said Court, No.
52412 and ' styled Orange Lumber
Company vs. Dink Stone and Jim
Haley", placed In my hands for ser-
vice, I, S. F. Hunt, as Sheriff of
San Patricio* County, Texas, did, on
the 14th day of January 1932, levy
on certain Real'Estate, situated in
San Patricio County, Te^s, des-
.crlbed as follows, to-wit:.
5 acres out of Delgado Survey,
Abstract No. 4, 45x150 feet in Lots
Nos 4, 5. and 6, in Blocks' 78 in
the Mathis addition to the town of
Mathis. Lots Nos. 10, 11 and 12
Special Price on Permanent Waves
For a Limited Time Only
For a limited time only we have a Special Price on Permanent
Waves. Come In and let us tell you about the Wave most suited
for your hair. Why go out-of-town for your Pennanent Wave when
we can Give you a Better Wave for Less Money.
Eugene Permanent Wave Shop
, Located in Ideal Barber Shop ~
Phone 69 Sinton, Texa*
apartment on Rachal avenue Fri-
day afternoon entertaining with a
tea. The afternoon was spent in
“just visiting”, while some brought
their’ handwork. -
The honored guests were Mrs. W.
D. Brown, Mrs, M. M. McWhorter,
Mrs. J. T. Dawson, Mrs. 3. S. But-
ler, Mrs.'W. E. Frashuer and the
hostess, Mrs. Wilson.
Aren’t We AII7
Bookkeeper — Are you troubled
with dyspepsia? *v »
Stenog—Only when I try to spell
it- - . .. *•
BILL THE BARBER
I ship for all
‘ ft is worth
aive it up.
Texas; 40x150 feet in Lots 10, 11
and 12 in Block-No. 22 in the town
of Mathis, Texas; and. levied upon
aS the property of Dink Stone and
Jim Halfej and‘ that on the first
Tuesday in March, i932, the same
being the 1st day of said month,
at 'the Court House door of San
Patricio County, in' the Town, of
Sinton, Te/xas, between the hours
of 10 A. M. and 4 P. M., by virtue
of said levy and sftid Alias Execu-
tion I Will selTsaid above desc
Real Estate at public vend:
cash, to the highest bidder,
proprety of said Dink Stoi
AhA In fcompliance with 1;
give this notice by publicatioi
the English language, once a
for three consecutive weeks
mediately preceding said day
sale, in thg San Patricio
News, a .newspaper published
San Pdtrlclo Coimty.
- Witness my itand. this 14th
of January, 1>32. ’'"
S. f. JiUNT, -Sheriff,. *
Work Shirts and Woik Pants at
Remarkably Low Prices
. ' ..T* i. i .» * ^ • % .ASkl
Blue Shirts For Men
Two pocket, coat stylp work shirts
for men. They are well mpde of
good quality blue chambray and
are unusual values at this price.
Sizes 14 \ to 17.
29c V ■*
Two pocket, coat • style,
Blu^hirts For Boys
chambray work shirts for be
-L - i. A-L
They ate excellent values at
low price. Sizes 12i to 14. .
' .29c M
Blue Denim Pants For Men
Men’s work,pants made of 2.20 weight white
denim, They are tripple stitched, have wide C
bottoms and wide belt straps, A complete range/
‘ sizes to select from. The pair-
. Fancy Denim Pants. Bor Boys
Fancy Stripe denim pants for boys. They
ith red.and white cord stripe. They have e:
aist band with matched buttons, slant side
d patch hip pocket. The pair—
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