Edna Weekly Herald (Edna, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 29, 1947 Page: 2 of 12
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- TH* EDNA WI uKLY HERALD
Thursday. May 29th, 1917
Among the visitors today were Don
Gird of l’hurr, Texas, Joe Hunt of
Oklahoma city, Oklu., Judge Howard
Green of Cuero, and Otto Kurow of
Fred was a great statesman and a
true friend of the people whom he
served as Senator.
The program next week is in
charge of l>r. J. J. HHtomon.
Callaway Vance had II*' program
today. Callaway mack- us a talk on
President John Newton announced 'llis exis-riem-es in Europe during the
t hat two delegates were to he elected I war. ( He had a number of mierest-
to go to the Sari Francisco Itotary Ung souvenirs to show. Callaway
Conference. Steve Sample moved Wlls •» i1h' rlr ,'oini"'1'
that the out-going president and the 1W'1"'1' Corps, a much inisundeistoo
Ill-coming president of the cluh tie 'organization of the I ■ S. Army.
New Sutherland Items
authorized to select the delegates to
the (ioufereiKv. This motion |car-
Alfred Ward made a short talk in
which he paid tribute to Fred
Manritz, pas.t president of the Edna
Hotary Cluh, who died recently after
a long illness.
President John Newton appointed
Steve Sample and A. P. Ward to
draw ti]) suitable resolutions of re
grot at the loss of Fred Manritz.
Among otiiei tilings lie slated that
since he was at times not allowed to
wear a uniform, lie several times
heard people ask "why lie wasn t in
Maurice (Possum; Shelby, who
was accidentally struck on the head
Sunday by a baseball thrown by the
(ionzaies pitcher, is in San Antonio
this week undergoing an examination
and treatment for a skull fruc ure.
Judge Howard Cireeu gave us a «*e kis condition is not
very serious, hut lits man.. Jackson
few remarks on ids acquaintanceship
with Fred Manritz. He stated that
County friends are wishing for him
a speedy recovery.
' for flowers and plants
DORMANT ROSE BUSHES:
BLAZE - - - $1.35
TALISMAN - 50c '
KAISERRIN AGUSTE VICTORIA -
Good Healthy Chrysanthemum Plants - - - $1.00. a Dozen
CORSAGES — FUNERAL SPRAYS — ARRANGEMENTS
END -0-PEST and REFILL CARTRIDGES
q’hc farmers are hoping for ,lr>
Robert, Zujlcek, Mrs. Adolph
Zajieek, Mrs. O. K, ilt.ckliarth Mrs.
Hohert Haekbarth, Mrs. Ray " elier-
nick and Mrs. II. K. Spencer attend-
,.d the meeting and banquet ot tne
Missionary Society the past wrk.
wliicli they enjoyed very much.
Mr. and Mrs. Baur moored to
Moulton Sunday; 'May l"tli to at:vt.d
Memorial Day there.
Mrs. H. K. Spencer •■;’
spent a few days with her tv. -her.
Mrs. O. K. Haekbarth. la-: ww-k.
Mrs. Aaron t Pud1 Ho per • : K:.-
gore is visiting her parents at. . :a-
cr relatives for several days
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I'a-V.
Mr. and Mrs. A Baur •• >. -d the
IP,t,ert Haekbarth D.me San :ay
Mrs. Koiiert Haekbarth has h-:.
ill f .r the last thre*- weeks. \vv r----
gret to note.
Mr. it. E. Haekbarth rev.rntd
hr,me today from San Antonio where
he had been for a few Weeks under
Mr. and Mrs. Tapp; ais Mr. and
Mrs. Bauer called at the u. E Hack-
l arth Lome the pas: week.
Red Bluff Items.
e , 7 ..
Junes 15th is
REMEMBER HIM WITH A
We are hiring some beautiful
weather now after the big rains last .
Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles F x and
' children visited in the Henry home j
Mrs. Aiiep Koenig and her daugh-
ter and little son visited in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Fitzpatrick
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Browning from
Chicago visited his sister Mrs. J. J.
Fitzpatrick las: week,
i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker and lit-
tle daughter from Chicago are visit-
ing her mother and other lelatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox and
children motored to Bloomington
Monday afternoon to visit in the |
home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Haugen, j
* v -V,
Nice Dress Shirt $2.98-$3.95
Sport Shirts_______ _________________ $2.75 to $4.95
New Ties, a wide assortment $1.00 up
Interwoven Sox „r____________________________ 50c—75c
Seersucker Robes ___________________ $5.95
Belts _____________________ _____________ $1.00-$5.00
Belt Buckle Sets _______________________$1.20 $19.00
Bill Folds $1.20-$ 12.00
R. A. DRAKE
The Store For Men and Boys
(Continued from page 1)
ed as one of the state’s outstanding i
statesmen, and wielded a great in-
fluence in bath houses. F red
Mauritz could always be found on
the right side of every moral issue.
At least he was always right in our;
In his passing the Suite lias lost
a very able senator, a man with
high principles, which w re pra te :
ed in liis polities; Jackson ■('unit.',
has lost a valuable and highly use-
ful citizen, and his family and other-
relatives have suffered an irreparable
He is survived by his young daugh-
ter, Miss Carrin Mauritz, three sis-
ters, Mesdames C. F, Combs of
Cuero, A. W. Swenson of Ganadm |
and Miss Jennie Mauritz of Austin,
and two brothers, Mr. T. N. f
Maurtiz of Gauado and Mayor Harry -
Mauritz of Edna.
The Herald joins their other friends
in extending to the bereaved sympa-
thy in their time of sorrow.
For Saturday and Monday |
r- w y ' I'.. <:
Flour, 25 lb. sx. $1.75
50 Id). S\ $3.45
Ip Print Sacks
Whip, pint jar
Allsweet, per lb. 39c
I 0-1 M lire
Catsup, 14 oz. bot. 22c
iit-, rgie r.>rgie
Pop Corn, 10 oz can 10c
Cocoa, } 2 lb. pkg. 12c
Xai i<tn's Pride Vacuum Pack Whole
Corn, 2 cans 25c
Santa Clara Halves in Syrup
Apricots, 2% can 25c
Yellow Arrow Laundry
Soap, 2 bars 15c
Durkee’s Long Shred
8-oz. Cello. Bag
Coconut . . . 40c j
Limit 3 Lbs.
1 Lb. Can
Chili Con Carne 20c
Edna - Texas
We insects now
Face a real menace
In GULFSPKAY and TRAK.
We’re trapiied if we are alight
We’re (loomed if'we fly
Oh, it does not seem rigid
.That so many must die
There’s no use denying
Wo can not eopo at all
With GULFKITiAY when flying
Ur TRAK when we crawl
Gulf spray; Gulf Trak; Gulftay lied Bug Killer
GULF OIL CORPORATION
G. P. MEADOR. Consignee-
Attending the funeral service in El
Campo were Governor Beauford Jes-
ter and many of Mr. Mauritz’s sena-
tor friends. Roth the Senate and
House adjourned for the day out of
respect to Senator Mauritz.
AUSTIN, May 27.—Gov. Beauford
11. Jester said today he is contemplat-
ing calling »a special election Aug.
third to fill the vacancy caused by the
death Saturday of Sen. Fred Mauritz
Reasons the governor gave for call-
ing the election did not include a
special legislative session, eveg;
though an August-elected Senator ^
would otherwise never hdvena chance
to 'set in a legislative session before
the expiration of his. term iA 1948.
Jester said that he felt tlie election
was justified to provide the commu-
nity with a senator to head up civic
enterprises and jmssibly io allow a
candidate to better prepare himself
for election to the regular term.
The district, winch is No. IS, in-
| eludes t be following counties: Aran-
sas, Atascosa, Bee, Calhoun, DeWitt,
Goliad, . Jackson, Karnes, Live Oak.
Refugio, San I’atrieio, Victoria and
IT’S DRESS UP TIME!
Give Your Car New Beauty With a Nil-Enamel I’ainl Joii!
(Average Cost Only $5.00)
Simoniz Wax and Kleener .54
DeLuxe Seat Covers from $8.50 to $16.50
Lyons White Sidewall Rims $0.05 Set
Let Us Help Make Your Car One You Are Proud to Drive!
Home and Auto
So far as the Herald lias been able
learn up to Wednesday noon, no one
has announced or declared their in
tention of making the race for this
ofliee. However, it is reasonable to
believe that there will lie several can-
didates in the field when the date of
the special election is definitely set.
SENATOR FRED MAURITZ
Houston feels a sense of ,personal
loss in the death of State Senator
Fred Mauritz of Ganado, who passed
away in an El Campo hospital Satur-
day, after a long and heroic fight
against a chronic illness.
He is the ^hird member of the
Legislature to answer the final sum-
mons during the Fiftieth session.
The others were Houston’s Senator
W. Lacy Stewart and Representative
H. L. - Atkinson of Beeyille. J
A successful man in private life,
with banking, ranching and oil inter-
ests, Senator Manritz was a stal-
wart member of the upper house,
where he was known for his advo-
cacy of sound and constructive
After funeral services at El Campo,
the Senator’s body was brought /to
Houston for interment lieslde his
wife In Forest Park Cemetery.—
We Are Offering For Quick Clearance A Large
Assortment Of Very Desirable Dresses
In Three Different Groups.
GROUP NO.- l:
One Croup of dresses made of
good grade materials, sizes 9
to It. ON SALE
GROUP NO. <2:
,3Hvi»’group of drWSes arc made
of Rayon Crepes, Gabardines in
various shades - - - originally
sold for $12.95. OX SALE
GROUP NO. 3:
This group consists of High
(Quality Dresses made of Rayon
Crepes, Gabardines and other
Fancy Materials, made by well
known mairufaetim'rs. These
dresses sold 'regularly for $1(1.95
(l.\ SALE FUlt'
All Our Ladies’ Hats Reduced To $1, $2 and $3
1 Lot Boys’ White Sport Shirts
1 Lot Boys’ Sport Suits
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Please Note---This Store Will Remain Closed Friday, May 30th---Memorial Day.
Our Regular Store Hours Wilf Be From 7:30 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. Monday
Thru Friday And 7:30 A. M. to 9 P. M. on Saturday.
Edna’s Largest Dept. Store
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Staples, H. K. Edna Weekly Herald (Edna, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 29, 1947, newspaper, May 29, 1947; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth761934/m1/2/: accessed January 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Jackson County Memorial Library.