Palacios Beacon (Palacios, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 22, 1948 Page: 8 of 16
PALACIOS BEACON, PALACIOS, TEXAS
Thursday, July 22, 1948
At 2 p.m. Auk 4th I am sell
ing at auction at my home !
miles Northeast of Palacios on
East Bay, all household goods in-
Dresser, beds, wash stands, ward
Tobes, cbairs, large oak dining room
table, couch, wood heartcr, oil cook
stove, kitchen cabinet, buffets, Jap-
anese hand painted china, poultry
yard equipment, brooder houses,
sun porches, etc., items too num-
erous to mention,
Roscoe Bolling, Rt. 1, Box 17
SHOW OPENS AT 2:30 P. M
THUR.-FRI.— JULY 22-23
Sportlight and News
For Congressman, 9th District:—
CLARK W. THOMPSON
For State Representative, Dist. 21:
W. DAVID EVANS
For County Tax Assessor-Collector:
For County Clerk:
D, B. (Jack) HINTON
For District Clerk:
J. GRADY WALKER
For County Sheriff:
For County Attorney:
J. E. (Ted) DAVANT
For County Judge:
TIIOS. H. LEWIS
For Justice of Peace Pet. No. 3:
G. R. HALLIDAY
For Commissioner, Pet. No. 3:
SATURDAY— JULY 24
“RHAPSODY IN WOOD”
Cartoon, “SOLID IVORY”
WEDNESDAY— JULY 28
"WY GIRL TISA"
MARCH OF TIME
“BATTLE OF GREECE”
Card of Thanks
To all who in any way remem-
bered me during my recent illness
I wish to extend heartfelt thanks
and appreciation. For the many
cards, flowers and letters received,
I am deeply grateful and again
say thanks to each and every one
Hugh Buffaloe and parents
Mr. ajid Mrs. Frank Buffaloe
Mrs. Montana Stone has re-
turned from Houston where she
had a delightful visit with her
daughter, Mrs. B. A. Baar and
The many friends of Hugh Buff-
aloe are pleased to see he is mak-
ing such rapid recovery from his
recent illness, which kept him in
the hospital several weeks.
Bobbie Joyce and Carroll Har-
vey are spending a few days in
Cuero, guests of their aunt, Mrs.
C. R. LeGalley and family.
Chat’"' ” G 'bert, Jr., Editor
and manager of Houston’s Chamber
of Commerce official magazine,
mrH . Beacon office a pleasant
call hV ay afternoon. Mr. Gil-
bert, accompanied by Mrs. Gilbert,
spent the week-end '-ore with his
. .ster, Mrs. A. E. Duffy and family.
Mrs. Alberta McCown, of Alvin,
who is here attending the Bap-
tist Encampment, was a visitor at
the regular meeting of the Eastern
Star Chapter Tuesday night. Mrs.
McCown, a member of Alvin Chap-
ter 0. E. S. No. 15, has the dis-
tinction of being a grand repre-
sentative of Utah, having just re-
cently received the appointment.
Pupwts worked by strings are
FALL and WINTER FASHION SHOW «
ATTEND A SPECIAL
HOPKIN'S TAILORING CO.
OF BALTIMORE, MARYLAND
EXCLUSIVE SHOWING . . .
QUALITY FABRICS . . .
AUTHENTIC FASHIONS .
ARRANGED AND DISPLAYED BY
WM. P. CREEKMORE
TUESDAY, AUGUST 3
Men's Fine Quality Tailoring
Ladies' Mannish Coats and Suits
BE COMFORTABLE . . . WEAR ... |
BROWN & TAN .
. . WHITE & TAN
. WOVEN LEATHER
, . MOCCASINS
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES, HATS
Program To Be Held
In Houston July 31
The Cubbers’ Pow-Wow, a seven
ring circus for instructors in lead-
ership methods will be conducted
at the Second Baptist Church,
2410 Milam Street in Houston,
Saturday, July 31, from 1:30 to
This Cub Instruction Pow-Wow
is being held to prepare leaders to
conduct District Pow-Wows in all
of the eighteen Districts of the
Sam Houston Aren Council, Boy
Scouts of America, during October
A meeting of the Program and
Physical Arrangements Committee
was held at the Second Baptist
Church, Tuesday morning, July 20,
at 10:00 a.m. at which time de-
tails of the program were worked
out and the seven rings of the
Pow-Wow were set up.
Olivia H. D. Club News
The Olivia Home Demonstration
Club met July 14th, 1948, at the
home of Mrs. Alvin Peterson, with
10 members, 5 visitors and County
Home Demonstration Agent pres-
The meeting was called to order
by the president. The roll was
called and the minutes of the pre-
vious meeting read and approved.
This was followed by ten min-
utes of recreation.
The club was requested to send
in the names of some books they
would like added to the Home
Council Reading Circle.
Plans were completed for enter-
ing the Bewley Mills Baking Con-
test to be held Saturday, July 17th
at the V. F. W. Building.
It was decided we have guest
day August 26th at home of Mrs.
Claude Smith; and that our next
club meeting would be held July
It was with regret we accepted
the resignation of our President,
Mrs. O. M. Cavallin, as she is
moving from the community.
At the close of the business
meeting Miss Underwood gave a
demonstration on baking of rolls,
The meeting adjourned and de-
licious refreshments were served
by the hostesses. Mrs. Alvin Peter-
son and Mrs. Estelle Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LeGalley
and son of Cuero, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Powers on Mon-
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hogg, Jr.
were week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. D. E. Gaddis, in Corpus
When a worker starts on a job
in industry or business, he should
show his social security card to
his employer. The employer will
enter the exact name and account
number in the company’s records
and use it to report the wages to
the Social Security Administra-
Dressed ’ umber — Pine & Cy press
Rough Lumber — Pine, Oak, Fir
1, 3 & 4 Inch
Tarpaulins — Galv. Pipe '/2 & y4
Windows, Doors, Plumbing and
Electrical Fixtures and Many
Other Surplus Materials.
AT TURNING BASIN
PHONE 208 P. O. BOX 627
c More than 3 million
men and women, ALL
physical resources . . •
High ideals . . . Strong
purposes ... Pride in be*,
ins a vet...
Post No. 476
Notice Of Hearing
TO THE RESIDENTS OF MAT-
AGORDA COUNTY ROAD DIS-
TRICT NO. 12 OF MATAGORDA
COUNTY, TEXAS AND TO ALL
OTHER INTERESTED PER-
Notice is hereby given that a
hearing will he held before the
Commissioners' Court of Mata-
gorda County, Texas, at 10:00
o’clock a.m., on the 9th day of
August, 1948, within the Court
house of said county, in Bay City,
Texas, on a petition signed by
more than fifty (50) resident prop-
erty taxpaying voters of Mata-
gorda County Road District No,
12 of Matagorda County, Texas,
praying the court to order an
election on the following
Shall the Commissioners’ Court
of Matagorda County, Texas, be
authorized to issue the bonds of
Matagorda County Road District
No. 12 in the amount of $45,000,
bearing interest at a rate not to
exceed 4% per annum, and ma-
turing serially at such times as
may be fixed by the Commissioners’
Court not to exceed thirty years
from their date or dates, for the
purpose of the construction, main-
tenance and operation of macada-
mized, graveled or paved roads
and turnpikes, or in aid thereof,
within and for said road district,
and whether or not an annual ad
valorem tax shall be levied upon
all taxable property within said
road district to pay the interest on
said bonds as it accrues and pro-
vide a sinking fund for the re-
demption of said bends at matur-
The boundaries of said Mata-
gorda County Road District No.
12 of Matagorda County, Texas,
are described by metes and bounds
as follows, to-wit:
Situated wholly in Matagorda
County, Texas, and described by
metes and bounds as follows:
BEGINNING at the intersection
of the South Line of Buckeye Irri-
gation Farms, a map of which is
recorded in Vol. 29, page 7 of the
Deed Records of Matagorda Coun-
ty, Texas, with the West hank of
the Colorado River, said point of
intersection is the Northeast cor-
ner of this district;
THENCE, West along the South
line of the Buckeye Irrigation
Farms, same being the North line
of this district, to its intersection
with Wilson’s Creek for corner;
THENCE, in a Southwesterly
direction along Wilson’s Creek to
its confluence with Tres-Palacios
THENCE, continuing in a South-
westerly direction along Tres-Pal-
acios Creek to its confluence with
THENCE, along the East shore
of Tres-Palacios Bay in the South-
westerly direction to the South
line of the Ferris and Simpson
subdivision, being the North line
of a road, plat of said Ferris and
Simpson Subdivision is recorded
in Vol. 30, on page 21 of the Deed
Records of Matagorda County, Tex-
as, the said North line of the above
mentioned road is also the South
line of this Road District No. 12.
THENCE, East along the North
line of the above mentioned load,
same being the South line of said
Road District No. 12, and also
on the South line of the Ferris
anrl Simpson Subd’'"oion *-n ^he
Sou1 cast corner of Lot 27 of the
sab! erris and Simpson Subdi-
THENCE, Northeasterly along
the East line of Lots 27, 26, 25, of
the Ferris and Simpson Subdivision
to the North line of the A. Shep-
pard League for corner.
THENCE, EAST along the
North line of the A. Sheppard
League passing the Southwest cor-
ner of the C. H. Vandeveer League
and continuing along the common
line between the A. Sheppard and
the C. H. Vandeveer League pass-
ing the Northwest corner of the
Fred S. Robbins Survey and con-
tinuing to West bank of the Col-
orado River, said point is South-
east corner of the C. H. Vandeveer
League and this District;
THENCE, up the West bank of
the Colorado River to the place
of beginning, containing 31,903.66
acres of land, more or less.
All persons concerned have a
right to appear at such hearing
and contend for or protest the
ordering of such bond election.
WITNESS my hand and the of-
ficial seal of the Commissioners’
Court of said county, this 17th
day of July, 1948.
D. B. Hinton,
County Clerk and Ex-Officio
Clerk of the Commissioners’
WILL PAY CASH for town lots
Address Box 123, Palacios, Texas.
OVERSTOCKED on Kalamazoo
Ranges with light and minute
control $212.00 values now $165.
Coastal Butane and Appliance Co.,
Bay City, Texas. ltp
ARE YOU SATISFIED with your
present work and salary? If you
are ambitious and want a business
of your own write J. R. Watkins,
Products Distributor, 10186 Hum-
ble Road, Houston 16, Texas. 2tp
OPENING—For sales ladies. Pala-
cios and Port Lavaca. Luzier
fine cosmetics and perfumes. Mrs.
Bessie Clark, District Distributor,
Aransas Pass, Texas, Phone 16-J.
out all chickens at discount from
starters to fryers, also poultry
equipment. Later, I will sell at
auction all my household goods.
Roscoe Bolling, Rt. 1, Box 17, Pal-
acios, Texas. ltp
FOR A COMPLETE LINE of bu-
tane and propane tanks, service,
and appliances, see E. R. Legg, Pa
lacios, local agent for COASTAL
BUTANE AND APPLIANCE CO,
Bay City, Texas. We have a truck
tank stationed in Palacios providing
immediate butane service any time,
day or night.
SALE or TRADE
FOR SALE—A 22 hp. Evinrude
Out Board Motor $125.00. See A.
Danos, 416 Lucas St.
FOR SALE—Good two room house
to be moved. B. P. Holmes, Star
Rt., Palacios, Texas. ltp
FOR SALE—Ripe figs at P. B.
Collins place on Highway 35,
north of Palacios.
FOR SALE—Aluminum 21 foot
house trailer in good condition.
Can be seen at Camp Allen, Pal-,
FOR SALE—Four room house, 2
bedrooms. Completely modern
and recently built. Two blocks from
Elementary School. $3500. Imme-
diate possession. Husak and Loud-
erback. ' ltp
FOR SALE—1 lot, 80x150 feet, 3-
room, bath and garage home;
1937 Studebaker automobile; 1 bed-
room suite; I dining table and four
chairs, 1 gas kitchen range; 1 gas
heating stove; 127 Angora Rab-
bits. J. B. Feather, Receiver.
Ml's. Beulah Sullivan is enjoy-
ing a visit here with her son and
wife Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sullivan
and other relatives and friends.
POST NO. 476
Meets First and Third Tuesday
Nights at 8 P. M.
E. F. Adams, Commander
FOR SALE—Used four burner
gas range. Call at Palacios Hard-
FOR SALE—Two, new-woven wire
gates, 3U x 4 feet. Mrs. J. F.
McGlothin, Palacios, Texas 29-2p
FOR SALE—Ferguson 4 Tractor
completely equipped. See Mrs.
O. M. Cavallin, Olivia, Texas. 29-2p
FOR SALE—Fresh eggs, nest pick-
ups made several times daily,
cooled and refrigerated. Your as-
surance of quality product. Calvin
Douglas, North 4th St. 26-tf
FOR RENT—4-room apartment,
modern. A. E. Louderback. ltp
FOR RENT—House Trailer, com-
pletely furnished. Almost new.
Between 4th and 5th on Johnson
LOST and FOUND
LOST—On Main Street, a light
tan, part Chow puppy, about 2
months old. Finder please call 24.
New York was once called New
FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE
HARVEST SEASON WE WILL BE
OPEN ON SUNDAY MORNINGS
FROM 9:00 TO 11:00 O'CLOCK
SPRY, SNOWDRIFT or CRISCO
3-lb. Cln. SI.17
PURE LARD 3-lbs. 95c
LIGHT (RUST FLOUR
PIONEER FLOUR 25-lb. $1.55
NO. 303 CANS
PORK & BEANS 3 for 29c
PREMIUM CRACKERS box 6c
DRESSED HENS lb. 55c
HOME DRESSED FRYERS lb. 69c
CITY FOOD MARKET
You Get All This And More With Aft* -
^ " TIRES
Super-Cushions mean lest driving fatigue, less wear and £ -e nlC
tear on your car, fewer rattle*, fewer repair bills. Super- I / 1 *'
Cushion! are bigger, softer than conventional tires ... * >lui tax
gnd as a result are harder to cut, bruise, or blowout. 6.70-10
Come In and look them over. (replaces 6.00x16)
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