The Weekly Herald (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. , Ed. 1 Thursday, December 8, 1932 Page: 4 of 4
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How are you readers and writ- ;
on* enjoying yourselves these I
| Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hybner and
| family spent Wednesday night with
| Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blank and
Anton Kasparek spent Saturday
night with Alois Kasparek.
Mrs. Alois Kasparek and daugh-
St. Joseph’s High School an
nounces its honor roll for the sec-
ond six weeks of the scholastic
SENIOR Cl.ASH—First Distlnc
tion: Lillie Stavarek. Second Dis-
tinction: Annabel Toland, Mcrtes
JUNIOR CLASS—First Distinc-
tion: Mary Kutac, Mary Nell
ter F-ila spent Saturday evening ^ Q0(Kje> i^ir>Dte Marek, Lois Hickey,
with Mrs. Frank Ralndl and j Lester Kallus, Vera Kurc. Second
oaugmer Mane. | Distinction: Clemens Fit Unger.
Sorry to say that Mr. and Mrs. we8jey Honkhaus, Catherin Ulrich.
Fiank Raindl and family of our
neighborhood have moved to Llano
county where they arc going to
make their future home. Wish
them good fortune on their new
Misses Olga, Louise and Ella
Kasparek spent Tuesday and Wed-
nesday with Mr. and Mrs. Rudy
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kubecka left
for Corpus Christ! Monday morn-
ing to visit relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ulcak and
daughter Bernice and Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Ulcak. spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. R Kurtz and daugli-
I tors Marie and Martha. Miss Fhla
Kasparek spent Sunday night with
her aunt, Airs. Frank Kasparek.
Charles Ermis spent F’rida^ with
Mr. and Airs. Rudp Hybner and
family visited Sunday night with
Alois Kasparek and family.
(5. FI. Roberts spent Saturday
and Sunday with Alois Kasparek.
Johnnie Kurtz spent Sunday eve-
ning at the Alois Kasparek home.
Domin and RJudy Kasparek spent
Monday night with Arno and Elo
PRAIRIE VIEW ! SOUTH MUSTANG
A fresh norther struck our city
this morning. Here’s hoping it
Rob McCormick of Ruling spent | with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cervcnka
Mr. and Airs. F'red Kopecky,
Mrs. Joe Janak and daughter
Ixmise and Air. and Mrs. Frank
Janak spent last Tuesday with Mr.
and Mrs. John Janak.
Mrs. Jim Roznovsky and chil-
dren spent Sunday night with Mis.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hanzeika
and family spent Sunday with Mr
and Airs. Gus Roller and children.
Those who spent Tuesday nigut
with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Japak were
Mr. and Airs. Frank Knuskopf
and children, E. C. Krauskopf and
children and Charlie Alb.uchl
Jim Roznovsky and Joe Janak
were visitors in Hallettsvllle
Air. and Mrs. Joe Janak and
daughter Adella and son Ladin
and Joe Hanzeika spent Monday
Thanksgiving over. witli beautl-
1 ful days following, it has been
grund hog killing weather, and
many have butchered this cold
Air. and Mrs. Charles Recond of
Becville spent Sunday evening with
Mrs. Recond’s grand parents, Mr.
and Airs T. C. Crawford.
Many hearts were' saddened last
week from the following deaths:
Mrs T .mil« T'ntb fiam Jlnmav Ban
Reck and G. D. Green. Mr. Green
has spent most all his life here,
rte was the father of Mrs H. S.
Crawford of Hocliheim, and left
manv relatives to grieve over bis
AVe have quite a bit of sickness
here. Mrs. T. E. Leake has been
confined to her bed over a week,
Airs. J L King is much improved,
and Owen SI Clair is better. YVe
are hoping all the ill recover soon.
Mr. land Mrs. Hodge Crawford
slim t fz ~
Mr and Afr«- Leo Horky
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mikulenka vis-
at the Otto Fdadelo
SOPHOMORE CLASS — First
Distinction: Walterlee Afflerbach,
Evelyn Alobley, Mildred West.
Second Distinction: Lydia. Dolezal,
FRESHMAN CLASS—First Dis-
tinction: Alartlia Pechaoek, Eva
Machac, Louise Wenzel, Pearlie
Hagan. Second Distinction: Lois
Hatch, Emma Stavarek.
SEVENTH GRADE—First Dis-
tinction: Alary Louise Villafranca, • an(j family have moved to Bayalde,
Ruth Schoenberg. Second Distlnc- j Texas, ' to make their future home,
tion: Leona Flnglort, Louise Hatch, | Mr. and Mrs. J. F\ Coppedge also
Helen Heimlich, YV illie Lois Don- # moved with her parents.
Quite a few farmers are waiting Glad to report Mrs. John Krov-
for a norther so they can butcher 0jak well again after a seige of
hogs. , ; the flu.
Visitors at the Aaron Mosmeyor iyir. iind Airs. Herbert Becker
home Friday, night were; Mr. ami an,j family spent Sunday with her
Mrs. Oswald Granz rhd (laughter parents Mr. and Mrs. Emil Meyer. I tho week end with
Anita, Mr. and Mrs. John Patty's .I,*, cuff o-f Yoakum has moved I Mr and Mrs. w. YV. McCormick, j
family. 'Mr hnd Mrs. Gus Kin to our community. He will live on 'rh« school carnival at the I
dorf and son Gus, Gilbert Shutte the farm which was recently pur- I school house Dec. 1 was well aP *Pent Thursday night with Misses
Charlie Clifton and sister Gladys
and Joe Rohan and sister Lillie
and Robbie Seh wa,be. ! chased by F’rank Hercek of You- tended. The club women furnished
Gussie Schwabe, Leona Dreyer, kmil fn>m the Hoidccker heirs, j the eats. The teachers had charge
spent a few hours a! the Gerhardt | Little Dolores Probst spent last j the stunts and program.
Selma Schwabe and Hilda Meyn week with her grandparents Mr. | Finley Blackwell who Is at A.
Mueller home Wednesday night. itnd Mrs. L. P». Kalmuck. • & College, is ill. Here's hoping
' Mr. • and Mrs. Mahler and | Miss Gladys Hamden who is at-j Be Bas a speedy recovery.
"Grandma" Stapelieldt spent Sun- tending Baldwin’s Business Col-j ',(>o Cunningham and daughter
day with Mr. and Mrs. Ijouis lege in Yoakum, spent Saturday 1-‘la Marie, Aliss Jessie Crawford,
iStapelfeldt and family.. 'and Sunday with her parents, Air. j Fabian ltappold spent the wcek-
JMr, and Mrs. Gerhard Ktiippa an(j Mrs. J. A. Hamden. eml with Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
and family visited awhile at the j Misses Albina and Lillie Kutac
Anton Harbbf.s home Sunday attended church in Sweet Home
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Krause and
family spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Adolph Krause and family.
Those who spent Sunday after
There was a surprise party giv-
en at the F’rank Ondmsek home
People from around here are
noon jvliti Mr. and Mrs. Carl taking in the Valenta’s bankrupt
Jtlcuv! aod femily were Mr. and.sak. jn sweet Home.
Mrs. Gerhard Knippa and family, Ed Baros of YY'harton spent last
mn -»i»v mi-». Aiiion Aluaiueyei Thursday with his daughter, Mrs.
Ijanjd/ fawilp, Itas Moore, Edgar Edwin Huber,
I H^man; Eldon Harbors, Bobble, Oscar Allen of Karnes City vis-
Aiffllph and Selma Schwabe, Willie 1 jted a few days with liis mother,
^'Upelfeldt, I/©on a Dreyer and j Mrs. T j. Allen of near town.
Flossie Danghoff. -----..........■
Mr. and Mrs. Ernst I’rause and
children were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Hugo Bruns and family Sun-
Miss Hilda Meyer and her
grandmother of Oruenau spent a
'fffcw days last week In this com-
munity ylslting relatives and
Gerhard Knippa and son Karl
j/were at the Hugo Bruns home
I'Awhile Monday morning.
IIr. and Mrs. Willie Bressel and
/.<ftlldren visited at the home of
■}, and Mrs. I<>1 Dalise and fam-
ily. Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Chilek and
•nd Miss Janie Morasek spent
, .f«w hours at the Gerhard Knlp-
home Monday night,
gj* —"Brown-eyed Baby.”
CJorittuctor M. D Raiford will
the Houston-Cuero paRsenger
the next ten days
labile Hunter and daughter
k ’ tvdumed U) ♦ heir home fr,
Alter visiting homefolks
Miss Lee Ida McCord is visit-
ing this week with relatives In
Houston and Galveston.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frazer and
son Oscar spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Ollle Clark and children.
Dr. Kahn of Hallettsvllle was In
our community last week on a
Miss Mary Ebm-r who is at-
tending school In Hallettsvllle
spent the week-end with her par-
ents, Mr, and Mrs. Leo Ebner.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. McCord and
little daughter Evelyn visited Sun-
day night with Mr and Mrs. Paul
Hermes and children.
Mrs. Herbert Basse of Victoria
spent a few days last week with
her mother Mrs. John L. Hermes.
The teachers and pupils of the
Koerth school are preparing for a
program to be presented sonfe
time during Christmas. , .
Crawford at Gregory. They also
visited at Bayside and Corpus
We are glad to report the sick
in our community better. Mrs. T.
E. I/>ake is able to be up and
Owen St. Clair is much improved.
Adella and Louise Janak.
.foe Hanzeika and sister Mary-
spent Sunday night with Air. and
Mrs. Charlie Heidaker and daugh-
Airs. John Janak and F’rank
Janak spent awhile Monday after-
noon with Air. and Airs. John
Heidaker and family.
Air. and Airs. Joe Janak and
family spent Alonday night with
Air. and Atrs. Frank Hanzeika and
The party given Sunday night at
the home of Air. and Airs. Frank
Ondrusek and children was at-
tended by a large crowd and all
Air. and Mrs. J. F\ Coppedge of (enJ°ye^ the party.
Gregory visited in this community
Alonday and they were accompan-
ied home by Hr ana iwrs. T. Hi.
Crawford. Mrs. Coppedge’s grand-
parents, Mr. and Airs. Crawford
\ylll also visit friends in Corpus
Christi and their daughter, Mrs.
C. H. lioake at Robstown.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Granberrv
of Victoria spent Sunday here
with his parents.
John Wasek of Smithville is
spending a few days with Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Cci wuna of ’mnav i<i.
CAMERA CAUSES HARRY
NEWMAN'S ONLY GRID HURT
ANN HARBOR, Mich. (/P) —
Harry Newman, University of
Michigan backfield ace and Assoc-
iated press selection for the All-
Most peoplo are wishing for a
good rain so that they could start
breaking up their land to plant
their crops. We are all wishing for
this year to not be dry and not
MV. and Mrs. Alvin Hat roll spent
Saturday with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. Hairell and family
Mr. and Mrs. Sam McMurrey
spent Sunday evening with Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Williams and
American eleven, apparently is im-'family.
mune to injury from any source
except a camera.
Througbout the 1932 season in
which Michigan ended as champ-
ion of the Big Ten, Newman prov-
ed himself a great passer, an ex-
pert punt handler, supreme field
general and brilliant ltt his run-
ning attack, but he never wan
forced to ask for time out because
of injury in scrimmage or a game
any time during his three years
of college play.
The only time he was injured.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Ponton spent j according to Charles Hoyt, head
Saturday night with Afr. and Mrs. trainer, was this season when he
D. W Pontdn
posed for a eameatnan.
SIXTH GRADE—First Distinc-
tion: Albert Villafranca, Alargaret
Hunter. Second Distinction: Eve-
lyn Kallus, George Alagee, Lucille
FIFTH GRADE—First Distinc-
tion: Beatrice Jakubik, Marguerite
Buntyn, Leo Harabis, Eddie Kutac.
Second Distinction: J. FI Mudd,
Marie Sanders, Helen Kahanek,
Benny Farek, John Svoboda.
FOURTH GRADE—First Dist inc-
tion : Helen Txnilso Afflerbach Lil-
lian Hatch, Loretta Jakubik, N.or-
bert Vrazel. Second Distinction:
Julius F’arek, Aileen Magee, James
Vachule, Raymond Vrazel, Dorothy
Friedel, Vernell Manning.
THIRD GRADE—First Distinc-
tion: Patricia Hatch, Mary Cecilia
Hough, John Shandera, Alary Cath-
erine Hough, Rose Alary Herman.
Second Distinction: Williami Ma-
tocha, Emil Sanders, Anna Lota
Rohan, Frances Nell Mudd, Ed-
mund Suhr, Josephine Kallus, Alel-
vin Holster, Eugene Donnelly,
James Clark, Jamqs Chomout.
SECOND GRADE—First Distinc-
tion: Rose Jakubik, Annie Kas-
parek, George Wysatta, Eileen
Manning, Leona Friedel, Mary
Agnes Janecek, Joyce Alarie Ma-
gee, Milam Herchek, Lillian .Tanta.
Second Distinction: Eleanora Suhr,
Mabel Heimlich, Josephine Kutac,
FIRST GRADE—First Distinc-
tion: Charles Afflerbach, Paul
Jank, Vernon Spears, Thomas Nor-
wood, Anita Penck, Walter Swan-
kee, Betty Jo Chaloupka. Second
Distinction: Gladys Kallus, Alice
Alarie Holster, Dorothy Rohan,
Mr. and Airs Vail Bemutt of
Mississippi spent Thanksgiving
with relatives here
Alan.v friends were grieved to
learn of the death of Airs. Fenner
Humphreys of Ballinger, Airs.
Humphreys was reared here. She
has many friends and relatives in
Hochheim. She was a sister to T.
E. Crawford. She was 93 years old
at her death.
Air. and Airs. J. W Carroll and
son Floyd have moved to San An-
tonio for the winter to be near
Rev.' J. AY'. Carroll who is in a
Miss Inez Schweitzer who is at-
tending school in San Alarcos
spent the week-end with her par-
ents, Air. and Mrs. F. O. Schweit-
Carl Kellsons of La Fiera, Tex-
as, was buried Wednesday at 3
o’clock at the Davis cemetery. Mr.
Kellson liaa many relatives here
and at Hill Side to grieve over
his death. His aged mother, Airs.
F. C- Kellson Was Burled AY'ednes-
day morning at 10 o’clock at Cue-
ro. Mrs. KVIlson died from in-
juries received in a car wreck
while going to her son’s bedside.
Mrs. F. D. Benton of Cuero was
also injured in the wreck. Mr.
Kellson leaves his wife and one
daughter to mourn his death, sev-
eral sisters and many friends here.
Miss Jinnle Dee Pugh of Cotula,
spent Tuesday at the At. P. St.
Clair home. [
Owen and Forest St. Clair spent J
the week-end in San Marcos at |
the State Teachers College.
Finley Crawford and Mrs. Booth |
Steen spent Thanksgiving at Robs-
home Saturday ntgt
Those' who spent Sunday
with Air. and Mrs. FJmll
wyre Misses Millie and
ulenka and BUI Boenkng, Arno
Stratman, Jack Berger and
Mr. and Mrs. Joe
dren visited Sunday
I Airs. Leo Horky.
Air and Mrs. Anton Hybner
daughter Fllla spent Friday
and Saturday morning with
and Airs. John Orsak of near
Alias Vlasta Mikulenka and
bert YVendel and Robert
visited Sunday before last
Miss Hilda Targac and sister Wil-
Henrp Y'ackars was a business
visitor at the Gus Heller home
Air. and Mrs. John Or.^ak
Emma Mikulenka sp<nt
Sunday before last with Mr.
Airs. Jim Rohan and family.
Robert Peters visited
Horky Sunday evening.
Those who spent Sunday at
Heller home were Airs. Tom
and Air. and Mrs. Buddy Lawrej/J
SANTA GLAUS TO VISIT
J. G. PENNEY CO.
Ethel Kutac, Daniel Bordowsky, town wlth Crawford’s sister,
AY'c have been having heavy dew j ( 1 ford,
every morning here lately. AVon-
der what’s up, a norther, or rain,
or both? Tt sure would be appre-
ciated ilf it would rain. But I
guess we’ll get plenty of rain yet.
August Spies Sr. of Corpus
Christi spent Thanksgiving day merchant-farmer of Bee county
with Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Granz
Fritz Shnette and Victor Benys
visited awhile with Gilbert Shutte
Those visiting Mr. and Airs.
Aaron Mosmeyer and family of
Dryer F'riday night were Mr. and
Mrs. Gus Rlndorf and son Gus,
Old Santa Claus, in person,
be oxi hand to greet the
who visit the J. C. Penney Com-
pany store Saturday afternoon ac-
cording to Manager W. G. Gise.
Mr. Gise announced receipt of a
telegram from Santa that he
would arrive In Yoakum Saturday
afternoon, and that he would de)n*
onstrate the toys to all the little
boys and girls.
Gifts for every member of the
family will be found pn* dlsjstoy &t
1930 Alodel Dodge Coupe. A
splendid value. New heavy duty
tires. Reconditioned, with motor la
A-l shape. A good business car.
Clean and desirable Inside and out
with beautiful leather upholstery.
Commercially ideal. Reduced for
SAIITH MOTOR COMPANY
Gonzales, Texas. wc
LIST HE HOIST
IF I HAD A bullion:
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. | Jacfc Oakie, Charles Ruggles,
Francis Dee, Gary Cooper,
George Raft, Wynne Gibson
TIM McCOY in
Mrs. C. H. Leake.
Air. an'd Airs. George Allont. of j'“
Yoakum spent the week end with
SOUTH TEXAS FARMS
who netted nearly $2000 last year
in feeding beef cattle in a dem-
onstration of whole farming oper-
ations started I.is entire calf cr">p
of 98 calves on feed October 31
a repition of 1-tst year's work. The
calves have r, ;en on tieep feed
ers since July and went into the
feed lot eating six pounds of
Sorry to report Mr. and Mrs.
Tado Mermes’ baby girl Is on the gram, don’t know the exact date
Air. and Airs. Oswald Granz and I grouno ear corn and one-filta
daughter Anita, Gilbert Shuetto j Pound of cottonseed meal per calf
and Mr. and Mrs. John Panys and
Mr. and Mrs. Roibert Freye and
Mrs, WllUe AVestphal and family
spent Tuesday and Tuesday night
in Breslau with relatives
Elo and Arno Stratman and Gil-
bert Shuette spent awhile Sunday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Fritz
Misses T.onora, Selma and Anita
Granz and Gus Rindorf Jr. and
Gilbert Shuette spent awhile with
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Meinke Wed-
Mr. and Airs. Gus Rlildorf vis-
ited Mr. and Mrs Oswald Granz
Our school (Lone Tree) is plan-
ning to have a Christmas pro-
sick list. We wish her a speedy
Bill Ford and family spent Sun-
day evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Williams and family.
B. J. Roth and children spent.
Saturday with Charley Hairell and
E. E. HalrelJ and family spent
Sunday with Charley Hairell and
Miss Myrtle Ruth Hairell spent
Sunday with Mrs. AV. Williams
yet but it will be some night be-
fore Christmas. The teachers for
this term ore Mrs. Horace Wim-
berly, as principal and Miss Lu-
cille Dickinson as assistant.
A deep test well will be put
down on a location three miles
northwest of Orange Grove, It
was stated here recently by Al-
liort TfTi lord rani naf otn wqiy WapF
per day. me iced is being ground
and run into.the huge self-feeders
every day. When the calves are on
full feed the bins will be filled
and the calves be allowed to eat
at will. Red /lop cane hay is pro-
vided in unlimited quantities in c
rack. After 30 days of feeding
about 25 of the typiest heifers will
to cut back to the Ihrr-edlnir herd
and about the same number of old
cows disposed of.—Jack Forgason,
♦ ♦ ♦
GONZALES — A survey made’
In eight communities In Gonzales
county on work stock showed that
the work horses and mules aver-
aged 12 years of age with prac-
tically no young stock to replace
them. The communities where the
survey was made were representa-
tive communities of the county. Tt
will require at least 59,000 head oif
horses and mules to work the culr
tlvated land in this county. In four
to six years It will be necessary to
replace that number unless some
young stock are raised. After this
survey was made known to the
farmers in the communities In
Starting 11:30 o’clock
with Edmund Lowe
Irene Ware. Bela Lugosi
SUNDAY and MONDAY
Tuesday & Wednesday
GAME ; ‘
Joel McCrea, Leslie Banks
THURSDAY and FRIDAY:
SIX houbsto live:
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Morgan, Cena S. The Weekly Herald (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. , Ed. 1 Thursday, December 8, 1932, newspaper, December 8, 1932; Yoakum, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth757462/m1/4/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Carl and Mary Welhausen Library.