The Edna Herald (Edna, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 2, 1951 Page: 11 of 12
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Thursday, August 2, 1951
THE EDNA HERALD
Due to Mechanical Trouble with our cameras we
were not able to take pictures for the baby contest
the early part of the week.
Five Buses Daily to Victoria
Connection for South
5 Buses Daily to Bay City
Convenient Missouri Pacific bus schedules are
tailored to fit your travel plans. And you’ll like
the pillow-soft comfort of the big, reclining seats
u you relax along the miles of direct, scenic route.
THESE PICTURES CAN BE TAKEN AT OUR
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
A birthday dinner was held Sun-
day, July 8, In the home of Mr.
amt Mrs. M. C. I.esak In honor of
Joseph Lesak, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph Lesak, and In honor of M.
After dinner visitors and lunch
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
Blatton and children, Hubert and
Barbara, of Victoria, Mra B. F.
Lesak of Victoria *and grandchild-
ren, Dennis, Janice and Susie
Blatton of Victoria.
Ganado News Items
Mrs. Byars Hostess
To Sowders HDC
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Whyman re-
turned home Sunday from Galves-
ton where they attended the 47th
annual convention of the Texas
Rural Letter Curriers’ Association
and Ladles Auxiliary. National
officers of the association, repre-
sentatives of the Post Office Dept
Washington,^ D. Or, as well as
Red Sox to Play
At Yoakum Sunday
stute officers and over 300 rural
carriers and their wives from over
the state were present during the
three day convention. Mr. Why-
man was elected a delegate to the
national convention which will he
held in St. Louts In August. He
The Edna Red Sox, negro base-
ball team, will travel to Yoakum
Sunday to play the team of that
p. s. Ship small express packages
via Missouri -Pacific Bus Lines,
Economical — frequent Schedules!
r ^ Bus Station
200 S. Wells
SATURDAY, AUG. 4
The Sow'ders Home Demon,
stration Club held its regular
meeting on June 28 at the home
of Mrs. Lura Byars. Nine mem-
bers were present.
Letters from Miss Sybil Guthrie
concerning expenses for camp and
also on civil defense were read and
Mrs. Viola Sowell gave an Inter-
esting report on the Hoover Com-
Hostess served refreshments.
The next meeting will he with
Mrs. Agnes Yearwood oni July 19.
. T — ’
Johnnie Johnson of Wazoo City,
Miss, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. 0.
WE PLEAD GUILTY t» de, Zdlw}
° "low a a pr.cs*
No. 2 Can
Fresh Fully Dressed
14 oz. Bottle Stokely
25 Lb. Sk.
9 oz. French
VEL or Fab
Krinkles 2 For 25c
No. 303 Can LeGrande
No. 2 Can Texsun
Kobey’s Shoe String
Tall Can Pet
CORN 2 Far 27c
12 oz. Bama Apricot or Peach
12 Far 15C
CKAMM6 VIGBAWBlS** I8JP.
I i ■ Mg, »
US No. 1 Potatoes 10 Lbs. 49c
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Golden Ripe Bananas 3 Lbs. 29c
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California Lettuce 2 For 19c
3 F#r |10c
Pt. Bottle 70%
2 F°r 25c
FRI. - SAT.
iGfl SUPER MARKET
is the senior member of the Texas
Board of Trustees. Mrs. Whymau
was elected tlrst v lee-pf esident of
the Ladles' Auxiliary.
Cpl. Alvin Sless of El Paso en-
joyed a three-day pass with home-
folks the last weekend. Alvin and
ids parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kuril
Sless, and Miss Georgfa>Auu He-
bert spent Sunday in Victoria
with Mr. ami Mrs. LeRoy Kratz.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. U. Jurek of Hous-
ton spent several days in lire broth-
er's home, Sir. and Mrs. ,1. V. Pet-
Miss Wilson of Austiu is visiting
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
ami Mrs. it. S. Whitmire.
Gene ltuttill came in from Aus-
tin the past week lo spend lire ro-
under of the summer with lii»
Mlier, Mrs. K. A. llatliff.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Harbour and
ns are enpoyiug a several weeks'
cafTjln flip to Chicago, Hi.
Mr ami Mrs. Joe Moffelt aud
us of Silshce arc spending their
cation here with relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Milligram of
igarland spent ihe weekend with
r. and .Mrs. Gary Mumford.
Nona Gall lvleas of llmiHlou is
siting willi Mrs. Sue York.
i\Jrs. J. M. Buukinglit and sons
lent t|ie past wvek ttt'Hicu,
Mr. aud Mrs. Turn Hubbard huve
ecently movea into their homo
hut they purchased from A. J.
Mrs. ’8. K. Kurds uud Kathryn
Miss GhrUtine Nixon, who has
»eeu 'aTteudiug summer school at
exus State Teachers College, Sun
Marcos, will tuke a vacutlon aud
est the remainder of the summer
ud get reudy to return to school
Louis Joe Matochu came iu Sun
ay from Gump Ohall’ee, Arkansas,
o spend ten days with houiefolks.
He will then he sent overseas to
Georgia Marek to
Zdbmpete in State
Meet This Weekend
Miss Georgia Marek, winner of the
Edna Theutre contest as Miss Mar-
esh Jewelry, will enter the state
meet to he held iu New Braunfels
this weekend. She will represent
the Edna Lions Club.
Dozens of beuutlful girls from
Texas towns aud cities will vie for
top honors in the contest that will
send the winner to Atlantic City, N.
J., to compete fn the Miss America
Miss Mufck’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Marek, will accompany
Georgia to New Braunfels for the
Mrs. S. C. Browning
Club at Her Home
The regular meeting of the Tex-
aua Home Demonstration club was
held July 17 at the home of Mrs.
S. C. Browning.
The meeting was called lo order
by the president. Roll call was
answered by giving the name of
“a book I should lilie to read."
The minutes of the previous meet-
ing were read and1 upproved. Year-
book suggestions were taken to be
sent in. Hummer camp at Pala-
cios was discussed.
Mrs. F. A Yoas gave au interest-
ing demonstration on "Making" Your
Water Supply Safe.” A demon-
stration on. gift wrapping was given
by Mrs. L. D. Anderson, which was
enpoyed by all. An Interesting re-
port on the Hoover Plan \yas given
by Mrs. L. C, Vibrock.
At the close of the meeting, the
hostess served sandwiches, dough-
nuts, cheese tidbits, olives and
Gets Name Bands
CONTINENTAL BUS STATION
CHANGES IN SCHEDULE
(!:52 a. m. Bus to Houston will now leave Edna at
6:37 a. m.
12:20 Bus from Houston to Victoria will now leave
Edna at 1 - 05 p. m.
The 4:35 p. m. Bus from Houston to Victoria has
BUS STATION CAFE
Serving Hot Plate Lunches and Sandwiches of all
OPEN FROM 6 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Vogel’s Dept. Store
LADIES’ NYLON HOSE, 51 15 Ga., Reg.
LADIES PRINT DRESSESS SP-------------52.59
LADIES SILK HALF SLIP SPC.—.......$1»*
CHILDREN SUN DRESSES-1---------- *L9*
1 LOT SUMMER OVERALLS—Special-------^5?
36-in. FRUIT OF THE LOOM PRINTS
AND SOLIDS SP. --------- ~49c
36-in FINE GRADE CHAMBRAY—Sp-------79c
A Complete New Line of Fall Corduroy, Spun* and
Novelties Piece Goods.
USE OUR LAY-A-WAY PLAN
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START NOW OS YOUR BLANKETS
Manager Jack Walton of the
Westerner Club at Victoria Is cur-
rently bringing several big name
dance hands to the popular danc-
Alvlno Rey and his orchestra,
one of (he nation’s top dance and
Show bands, will lie at the Wester
ner on Thursday, Aug. 9.
On September 21, Walton l8>rjng-
tpi Henecke and the ‘ Glehn
lug Tex Benecke and the * Glehn.
Harry James U scheduled to ap-
pear at a later date.
Many Edna persons who like to
dine and dance have been frequent-
ing the clnb, Walton said.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 9
8:30 to 12
AND HIS ORCESTRA
One of the Nation’s Greatest
Dance and Show Bands
Don’t Mi** Thi® Grand Event
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Evans, Chester. The Edna Herald (Edna, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 2, 1951, newspaper, August 2, 1951; Edna, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth763709/m1/11/: accessed June 6, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Jackson County Memorial Library.