Edna Weekly Herald (Edna, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 8, 1950 Page: 4 of 16
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EDNA WEEKLY HE AALD—EDNA, TEXAS
Thursday, June 8th, 1980
New Sutherland Items.
Those visiting in the O. E. Hack-
barth home the past Sunday went
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hackbarth, Mrs.
Sam Braddock and children, Mr. and
Mrs. 1. F. Spencer and Mr. and Mrs.
H. K. Spencer and children.
Miss Dorothy Crow has gone to
Houston to attend college.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Weberniek and
children visited their parents, the 0.
E. Galows, recently.
Mr, and Mrs. Joe T. Hodde of Hous-
ton, Mrs. Frieda Zacharias and
daughter, Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. Gus
Tegeler and family, Mr. Wilfred
Tegeler, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pagel
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Zajlcek and children, Mr. and Mrs.
Bennie Zajlcek and children. Miss
Merlene Pagel, Mr. Robert Lee Kram-
er and Evelyn Cernota helped to cele-
brate the birthday of Mr. Robert Za-
jlcek Sunday. All present spent an
enjoyable day, and upon leaving ex-
pressed the hope that the honoree
would have many more happy birth-
Mr. und Mrs. Felix Knuppel and
children motored to Sinton Sunday to
visit Lonnie Knuppel who recently
underwent a serious operation und
who Is still confined to the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zajlcek visited
the Felix Knuppel family recently;
also Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Schomburg
and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tegeler
Daily Vacation Bible
The Bible School of the Lutheran
Church of Ganado, will be held from
June 12-23. Sessions will begin at
8:30 and lust until 11:00 each morn-
ing Monday through Friday.
The theme this year will be: “My
Christian Faith,” stressing creation,
redemption, and sanctification. The
person and work of the Triune God—
Father, Son and, and Holy Spirit,
wil be brought into the lives of the
children. The two weeks will in-
clude, besides Bible stories, expres-
slonal work , songs, mission stories
9e children will be divided into
pre-school, primary, junior, and In-
termediate groups. Emphasis will be
;V Y ; '
You Can Have Hybiscus
Blooming All Summer And
Fall Until Frost IF You Plant
We Have Both Double and Single
* ‘Vita - ‘
for flowers and plants
Phone 133 and 344 P. O. Box 456
put on teaching with visual adds—
story-o-graph, obatjtie, projection, koda-
chrome slides, and film strips.
A very capable staff of teachers
has been acquired, Including:
Mrs. Carl Fulk
Mrs. Raymond Reae
Mrs. Ernest Kunkel
Mrs. A. J. Scott
Mrs. Bernard Kuretsch
Mrs. Frank Skallcky , *
Mrs. M. S. Frueh
Mrs. Fred Henske
Assistants will be: Meedaines Jer-
ry Husak, Reuben Kramer, B. Luecke-
meyer, Ray Weberniek, Elsie Mena,
Pete Huseman and Bob DeHaven.
Mrs. Herman Sehonefeld and Mrs.
Adolph Zajlcek will be in charge of
dally refreshments for the children
during the recess period.
All children between the ages of 4
and 15 are most cordially Invited to
enroll Monday morning, June 12th
for two weeks of Dally Vacation
M. S. FRUBII, Pastor.
Double Gold Bond Stamps
Friday and Saturday
You get two stamps for every 10c
purchase and so on up. A clear
saving of 2%. A better value you
will never find.
Lutheran Ladies Aid
The Lutheran. Ladies Aid met in
the home of Mrs. Rose Ma|ie Koop for
their monthly meeting on June 1, 1950.
The meeting was called to order by
the president and the L. W. M. L.
Hynm was sung. Pastor Lammert
read Phlllippians Chapter 4 vs. 4-8.
The Society received a letter stating
they were allowed two voting dele-
gates to the District Convention. Mrs.
Elmer Spree was elected t>he second
delegate and Mrs. Win, Wicde her al-
After the business meeting, Mrs.
Fred Schneider gave a topic on:
“Make Yours a Ha^py Marriage.
This was a very interesting topic and
should be much benefit to aM who
heard it. >
The meeting adjourned with the
Lord's Prayer, and the hostess serv-
ed fruit punch and cookies.
ELEANOR MEADOR, Sec.
Mrs. John Millar of Houston came
In this week to visit relatives and
friends. She will l>e remembered by
her Edna friends as Miss Rachael
To assure your shopping satisfaction we
strive to meet these requirements . . . unless
a store does meet all three, you, the customer
are not getting your moneys worth. You will
find service, plus quality, plus lowest prices
at Sembera Food Store.
Fri.-Sat.-Mon., June 9-10-12 Efes
ARROWS FOR DAD
ARROW DART WHITE SHIRTS
In all Dad’s favorite collar styles . . .
and remember, Arrow perfect-fitting
collars do not wilt. Fine Sanforized
Broadcloth. Sizes 13 to 17. Sleeves
32 to 35.
ARAZEPHYR COOL MESH SHIRT
For Dress or Sport
Wonderful coolers for Dad as adver-
tised in Time and Life. Mesh-like
weave captures every breeze. Whites,
colors, Sanforized. Dress shirts in 14
to 1714. Sport shirts in small, med-
ium and large sizes.
MAYFAIR FOULARD TIES
Rich Foulards in the colors and pat-
erns that are real Pop pleasers.
These beauties ate Arrow-tailored
with ample length and fullness. They
knot up and drape superbly.
Dad will be comfortable because
Arrow Shorts have no irritating
center seam. Sanforized.
Arrow cuts an undershirt to be high-
ly comfortable, fit well and last
long. Dad goes for them.
Crisp, Man-sized, useful. Whites,
colored borders. Plain or peraon-
nlized with Dad’s own initials.
(3 For $1.<M*)
'FILL YOUR PICNIC BASKET
AT OUR ONE-STOP MARKET
Blue Bonnet Colored and Quartered
Oleo "> 37c
- (Vi Stick lOo)
Rio Grande No. 2 Can
Carnation or Dairycraft
Milk, tall can
American Beauty 13% oz. Box
Pillsbury’s 14% oz Box
Hot Roll Mix ;_________
Corn Meal, box
End Slices Good Breakfast
BACON, lb. .
(200 Lbs—First Come, First Served)
Meaty Fresh Pork
BONES, lb. .
Cello Wrapped Packages
FRANKS, lb. .
No. 1 Slab Breakfast Store SMced
BACON, lb. .
CoHHtry Style Ring
SAUSAGE, lb. .
Finest Quality Pork
LIVER, lb. .
Fancy Red or White New
10 lbs. 39c
Beans, lb. 15c
Tomatoes, 2 lbs.
Home Grown Young
Finest Quality Florida
For Making Delicious CnkeR, Pastry, Biscuits;
Excellent For Frying.
3 lb. can 73c
For Salads and Fine Cooking
WESSON OIL, pint________________________29c
Washing Powder That Cuts Grease Faster Than any Dish
Washing Soap Made
TREND, 2 boxe« _________ 29c
Skinner’s Long or Cut
MACARONI, 2 for ..._________________19c
My-T-Fine Dessert, 2 for ________...15c
KNOX JELL, 2 pkgs,_____ 13c
PEARS, No. 2VZ Can___________________31c
GRAPENUTS, 3 pkgs..________________ 9c
CORN, 8 3-4 oz. can__________________9c
La Choy No. 2 Can
BEAN SPROUTS__________ ...___________ 15c
U. S. No. 1 Rscleaned
5 lbs. 55c
Sembera Food Store
CASH & CARRY
Remember Father’s Day, Sunday, June 18
lSSfY ■: -'
Nunn Bush Nylon Shoes; ventilat-
ed for summer wear. Regularly
sold for $16.50—Special
Edgerbon Shoes made by Nunn Bush
—a few Sport Shoes left—Special
Brown and White Sport Shoes—
Just the shoe for dress up shoe*—
regular $8.90 Shoes—Special
$13.95 $10.95 $7.95
R. B. DEPARTMENT STORE
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The piano pupils of Mrs. L. D.
Kaewltou will he presented in two
recitals this month. The following
pupils will take part in the first
recital which will be given at the
Methodist Church June l»th at 8:00
Mary Louise Hut chin*
Bobby Ism Soothers
Kay West he*'
J. W. Wyra
Kebekah Austin 1 r
Dorothy 1 /Cdktne
Jesses Farquhar, Jr.,
Betty Ruth Selriomach
. Ratty Sheffield
Bonnie Sue Gloor
Doris Carolyn Hoffaia*
Joe Beth Cherry J
Jackie Tidsmore »
Betty Rath Ctollaway
Betty Louise Roden
Mary I.ynn Schloaiaah
... Jit. • '
Billy Faye McRae
Roy Charles Ortolon
Lira Faye Marvin
Jackson County H. D.
The Jackson County Home De-
monstration Council met June 6, 1930,
lit 2:00 P. M. at the Methodist
Church with nineteen members and
Miss Guthrie present.
The roll waS called and minutes oJJ
the previous meeting read and approv-
Mrs. Roy Yearwood, T. H. D. A.
chairman, gave a report. Ehe an-
nounce^ the song books Council order-
ed were here. $2.10 was collected for
1961 year book suggestions were
turned into the Council Yearbook
Mrs. T. W. Singleton, council chair-
man, announced the next Council
meeting will be August 29. She also
asked the club presidents to find out
the number of clut> women planning
tb attend the three day camp at Pala
cios. Date to be announced later.
Miss Guthrie discussed the fair and
aMred ft>r volunteers to be chairmen
of the various committees.
Motion was made and seconded
that ws adjodrn. Motion carried.
Misses Vernon and Pearl Laughter
of Dallas spent the last week end In
Bdna gussts of Mr. and Mrs, L. H.
Nagel and other Edna relatives and
friends. They are natives of Jack-
son County, graduates of the local
high school, but have not resided here
for man* years.
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Staples, H. K. Edna Weekly Herald (Edna, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 8, 1950, newspaper, June 8, 1950; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth763039/m1/4/: accessed November 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Jackson County Memorial Library.