San Patricio County News (Sinton, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1946 Page: 3 of 8
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The biggest: sporting, event since
the war will be brought by radio
to millions of listeners-- in Texas
Wednesday night,.June 19th, at 8:09
p. rh. by- KABC, when the heavy-
weight bout between Joe Lewis
and Billy Conn is broadcast. Blow
by blow description of the fight
will he handled by Don Dunphy and
Bill Corum, 'ace sportcastcrs tvho
are heard regularly each Friday
night over KABC ^ Covering tile
fights from Madison Square Gar-'
den. . .
■This, broadcast is illustrative of
the. many fine jprograms ' that are
how' Available to listeners in 'this,
area through ' the . increased power
of KABC’s new transmitter., within
two- weeks ■after making, its. dial
MONDAY, JUNE 17 - 8:30 P. M.
Mrs. Julios Petrus
Honored with Shower
America, by Chrb
Tnvocation, by At Bottles
Luncheon, served by Odem V T. .A.
Singing, James WWIIliam leader
Introduction of Visitors
Introduction’ speaker, of .the day>,
■by IV. F. Helnsohn. .
Address by Rey. -W. I,’Lee, "of
Odem Baptist Church.
Report of Committees
Odgni Kiwanians were, well re-
presented at Corpus Christ! Six
Points - Kiwanis Chapter ' Night
which . Was. held- in the Terrace
Room of The DriScoll Hotel Tues--
day: June fourth:
Those from Odem attending were,
Mr. and” Mrs, E. H. Green, Mr, and
Mrs. J. T. Bandy, Mr. and Mrs. O.
B. Scyil), Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Edgar
and Mrs. W. F. Heifjsohn, ■
, Odem Kiw.'iriian.s had; the pleasure
of giving one of the flags to the
Six Points Kiwanis >yhjch_was pre-..
Rented by the -President,of the Odem
R ?' Mfs Julius Petrus.. Miss Patsey
♦' Robinson Was. honored Thursday
• - i, June sixth With a miscellaneous
’W shower given at the horhe of Mrs.
Arthur Smith, with Mis Smith, Mrs.
^ Lynn Lowe, Miss Allie Hancock,
Mrs. J. A. Meador. Mrs. H. H. Brown
Official V. S. Mary Pbotogtaph mis. D. A. Cornett. Mr«. Sam Stan-,
k. VETERAN at standing off’“operation” shores is the assault transport, the LSS George Clymer. The ley, Mi s. Ouida Seal, Mi s.- Kelton
R vessel was the first U.S. attack transport to operate in both Mediterranean and Pacific theaters of war, MaBock, MrsWi. M. Janicke, Mrs.
ind landed assault troops in six invasions. Xl the end of the war, Unded occupation troop. j. s e^'n(, Moorman Mack*'
.. . 7th, KABC had .re-
ceived1 10,000 letters from people .in
nearly" 709 Texas towns covering
193 counties. The letters congratu-
lating. KAjjc on its power increase
and. the quality of its programs: lit-
erally- poured into the studios, fore-
-ing KABC to hire additional clerks
to handle the flood of mail. Local
programs attracting most- attention
were Cave Rogers- and Ids Texas
Outlaws, tile Street Reporter, Joltn
W. Scott's News Commentaries arid
each weekday rirjorning at G;39 by
Roy 'Rogers," KABC's Farm. Editor.'
jjA.BC, ts. :.ncw~a,t -trSWmit Tourwi’ iitl.
^ las currently been engaged in ‘“Magic Carpk” duty—returning veterans of the .Pacific to
ALTAR SOCIETY MEETS
Statewide Rallv, 8 P. M.
MUSIC HALL AUDITORIUM
- Houston, Texas
i_Attend or TUNE IN ‘
TQN or TEXAS STATE Networks
8:30 P. M.
Monday, June 17
(Pol. Ad Paid for by Friends)
Beavers, the only ■ones within
M)0 miles, have built a,dam on Rig
Mineral Bay, Lake Texhoma,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tischler
•and children will leave on June 10.
for their vacation of two weeks to
North'*Texas and visiting relatives
in Pilot Point and- McKinney.
H,JB. of Blooming Grove, Texas,
was a guest of theHjiodes he also
lias received his discharge aftoi
19 months in the European area.
Cover Charge Saturday Night Only!
Couples, $1.00, Plus Tax
Dine and Dance Room
Tolbert L. Jones
Houston Gas and Oils
WASHING AND GREASING
OPEN NIGHTLY EXCEPT MONDAY
7 to 12 O’clock
Good Food and Good Music
In Pleasant Surroundings
Friday Night For Teen-Age — Cover Charge 25c
'IhijiV.in. • ul
A.,, find who
i Hock port,
31 it ive
NORTH ON SAN ANTONIO HIGHWAY
Mr. and Mrs. Y/a’^nc Love
■ Mr. and Mrs. Srnitfy Love.
w. W- WATSO N , Mam
EDROY ★ TEXAS
FINE MEXICAN FOODS
Closed Every Tuesday
HOWfe TWAT ?
YOU WON'T HAVE TO &UV
ANY SCHOOL BOOKS
MR SMrtVt VOL)
ARE A LUCKY
■This year-your son
HAS BEEN LEFT IN W.
Citizens of this community are lucky to have the SINTON
TIRE SHOP. We have made it our business to provide you
with the RECAPPING SERVICE for your Trucks^Tractors
and Automobiles that you desire. We invite your patron-
age _ _ _ come in once, and you’ll come back many times.
That farm equipment is a scarce item.
Take advantage of our repair shop. We
‘e experienced in handling International
[arvester machinery and have the mechan-
s, parts and facilities to keep your McCor-
ick-Deering equipment in the field and at
Mr truck warns
People are always-talking about the
wonderful new GAS Refrigerator. It's hard
for them to believe that a tiny GAS flome
can produoe the cold that, in all other
refrigerators, must be produced mechan-
In every woy, it's simplicity that makes
Servel the one refrigerator that STAYS
SILENT—LASTS LONGER. It's the
world's finest fuel, Natural Gas, that
makes the Gas refrigerator dependable
in all kinds of weather.
. When you buy, insist on
thei refrigerator that you al-
\ ways hear about, but never
■ k* a r—the S e r v e I GAS
Miss Love Celebrated
3rd Birthday Friday
Don’t worry about mechanical troubles,
ing them to our efficient Parts and Repair
George’ Ann Love, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George. E. I/ive, Jr.,
celebrated her third birthday an-
niversary With a party at Park Wel-
der last Friday afternoon. >
Pink plastic birds held the ‘Can-
dles on the individual iced cakes,
thut was served with lemonade, and
favors of balloons and candies wore
presented to the following guests-
Clyde, David and Judy Mayo. Rick-
ie Kuuita, Linda and Muck Ray,
Patricio t.nd Fv anno j. - trow.
Nancy and Bobby Stephohson,
Drenua Fulcher, Nancy amt Toni
iRloy Mitrs.’i .11, Allen L.AVrncce, Jr .
Adulis present were: Mi l. IV M,
Hay, Mrs. Lester Richer, Mrs.
Clyde-Mayo, and her mother, Mrs.
Oxford, Mrs. Charles Marshall,
Mrs. Taft Morrow and Mr. and Mrs.
Love, parents of the hqnoree.
lo save you time and trouble my
truck will deliver high-quality
Sinclair products right to your farm.
Just phone or write me whenever
you need Sinclair fuel,
kerosene, farm oils, lubri- piTjSf
cants, grease, Sinclair P.D.
Insect Spray pr stock spray.
UNITED GAS CORPORATION
C. J. Schaefer,
SINT0M TIRE SHOP
TIRES, TUBES £, BATTERIES...
RETREADING <5- VULCANI2ING
(Pkovue. 264 • • • &vn£pw,“]e^aA_.
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San Patricio County News (Sinton, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1946, newspaper, June 13, 1946; Sinton, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth718643/m1/3/?q=%22ROSENBERG%22~1: accessed October 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sinton Public Library.