The Edna Herald (Edna, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 2, 1951 Page: 3 of 12
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_ I Carancahua Club
J Meets at Franksons
Miss Doris Kolar
Frankson ^Tas hostess
, 'rs. Victor Tabola Is
Of Deanery Here
. of Blessing
was elected president of the Vic-
toria Deanery of the Council of
Catholic Women at the program
held at St. Agnes Parish Hall last,
Sunday afternoon. Thirty-nine
ladies and three priests were in at-
A fried chicken luncheon with
potato salad, cakes and punch were
The council prayer was given by
Kev. Anthony Matula of Blessing.
A talk on the “Necessity of Catho-
lic Action" wa| presented 1>y Rev.
It, M. Buckley!’
Mrs. Ann Toman gave the roll
call hy -parishes and Mrs. Jerfy
Lorenzen read the minutes and the
Mrs. Charles Noble, the im-
mediate past-president, distributed
the animal report forms and Mrs.
Lorenzen distributed the forms for
collecting tlfe anual dues.
Old and new business-discussions
closed the program.
Mrs F M Frankson ^’as nosiess Sixty-three gu> ^ts regi tewnd
— *- sac
hall, where M.ss Doris
stratiou Club at her. home last
Thursday afternoon, July 19. There
were 10 members and 10 visitors.
The meet big opened hy singing
‘Happy Birthday” to Mrs. Ludwig
Peterson. Mrs. F. M. Frankson
led a discussion on the Hoover re-
port, which was Interesting and
A demonstration on making
“Nylon corsages”, was given by Mrs.
John Musselman, Mrs. C. G. Jeffers
and Mrs. M. T. Elliott.
The hostess served refreshments
of cake’ and ice Cream.
munity ------ -------
Ann Kolar, lirlde-elect, was honor-
ed with a miscellaneous shower.
The half was decorated with a
variety of white summer flowers
suited for the occasion.
Little Jimmy Elies and Peggy
Gerik broke through a huge white
heart to the strains of "Here
Comes the Bride” recording, and
latter presented the bride-to-be
with many beautiful and useful
After viewing the gifts, the
guests were- served delicious re-
freshments by the hostesses^ Mrs.
John Stepan, Mrs. Adolf Ernes,
Mrs. R. L. Relninger and Miss
Irene Chads., •,•
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stoker, ac-
comuanied by their daughter, Mrs.
James Toohey and by their grand-
daughter, Mary Kay, visited in the
home of Mrs. Mary Carmhftnel of
the Rich Square community last
week. Mr. Stoker |s a brother of
Mrs. Carmichael and lives In Boa
■Rev. and Mrs. Sherwood Davis
and Mr. and Mrs. Harold otto
of Ganado were supper guests of |
A barbecue dinner was held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Entry
Gubryseh Sunday honoring Mr, and
and Mrs. Donald Sims A“d Fffl.
Freddy Gabrysch, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Entry Gabrysch, who is iu
the Air Force am) is home on leave
from Fort Monmouth, N. J. Mrs;
Situs is the former Miss Barbara
Jean Gabrysch, a newly wad.
Eighty itersotts enpoyed the diutter
consisting of barbecued muttou,
salads, cakes and punch.
Those attending were Mr. and
• Mr. and Mr*. R. L. Btowe anS
Linda have returned from a twp-
week vacation trip to vtalt rela-
tives and friends to Weatherford
and Andrews. While hi that area
they visited the Carlsbad Caverns
in New Mexico. ’ /
Mrs. B. K. Talbert atjd Mrs.
Clifford Flanagan of ‘Edna and
Misses Nelda and Nedra Johwion
und Miss Jo Ann Koonce of Lake
Charles, La., were the week end
guests of Mrs. Talbert’s mother,
Mrs. J. W. Stephen of Franklin.
' Tuose UlieiUllUK WVIV
Mrs. Annie Carinlekftel and Mlssl Flunk Gnbryseh, Mr. und Mrs.
Margaret Carmichael Monday night -....... „.........
in the Rich Square community.
Baking Powder.. 10c
Pie Crust, 2 for.—29c
4 oz. Can Armour’s Vienna
8 oz. Puss’ll Boots
o A “ —----
Cat Food f03r 23c
12 oz. Can Armour’s
16 oz. Can Armour’s Corn
8 l|4 oz. Can Armour's
Deviled Ham— 17c
GRAPES, lb. 15c
SQUASH, 2 lbs. 25c
CELERY, bu. 15c
BELL PEPPERS, lb. 15c
First Choice New Pack
Junket Ice Cream Freeze
Mix, 2 for------------23c
10 oz. Can Dash
Dog Food, 2 for—29c
OIL pt. 33c
j-fitti _ _
Soap, 2 for --------23c
For Sparkling Dishes
Powder, 2 for------37 c
/I AVI E STORE
ktJGVU lARGE ENOUGH TO SERVE YOU
FOODS YOU KNOW V SMALL ENOUGH TO KNOW YOU
FOODS YOU KNOW
BY THE FOLKS YOU KNOW
JACKSON COUNTY TOP QUALITY MEATS
Etnry Gabrysch and family, Mr. I
Alfred Gabrysch and family. Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Gabrysch and sou,
Mark, Adolph and Alonzo Gabrysch,
W. A. Chase and Mr. and Mrs. El-
mer Sbebtuk and sons, all of Edna;
Mr, and Mrs. Woodrow Wagner
and family of Victoria;
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Baker and
sons of Vanderbilt;
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Franz und
sons, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mlorl
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jurlca
and family*, Allen -Whit, Misses
Boris Ana Henselka, Rosalie Mar-
rlgga and Geraldine Dusek ail of
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Barron, Joe
Novosad and sou and Miss Alice
Malta ull of Ganado.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Sluts and
Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Sims all of Louise uttd Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Walker and family of
Held Near Goliad
Park Last Sunday
Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Muscalek
gild Mr. and 'Mrs. D.-Mr-Louder-
mllk of Edna have returned from
Goliad, where last Sunday they at-
1 tended the family reunion of the
Tobias Willms fuinlly, among the
first, settlers to. move to Goliad
I . Tile picnic was held on tile banks
of the San Antonio River In tM
picnic area of the. (Tollad State
, park. The long tables were llter-
ally loaded with good tilings to eat.
Descendants were present from
Goliad, San Antonio, Becvllie, Ed-
na, Houston, Pasadena, Buda, Web
more, Mathis, Dlnero, Kingsville,
Victoria, Blgfoot, Meyersvilie, York-
town, Weesatcbe, Gloresvllie and
Mrs: .Herman Haverkost of
Goliad bad cltArge ef^the guest
soft little coatdress
is an excellent
traveller ... asmart
new fashion to slip
you into Fall.
Note: the notched
collar band ... ______
the slim, tapered lines-j
accented with rayon
Fine sheer rayon
in black, brown, navy,
Sizes 12 to 40 and
EDNA — TEXAS
WE’VE GROWN UP!
You Are Invited To Visit The
NEW and ENLARGED
At 122 East Main
(Next Door To Old Location)
ATTEND OUR OPENING
SATURDAY, AUGUST 3
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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/m1/3/: accessed April 9, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Jackson County Memorial Library.