The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 4, Ed. 1, Friday, October 14, 1938 Page: 2 of 6
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Tm Oct. 14 lMft
"S- 'VI u li IIIIM III
The Bartlett Tribune
Published Every Friday in Bartlett Texas
Ford Editor and Publisher
Ford Associate Editor
Mra. Robert C.
Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter at the Postofficr at
Bartlett Texas under the Act of March 4 1879
residents of Bell Williamson and
3111am counties. All other: $1.E
NOTICE Regular advertising rates will be charged for all nrda of
thanks and resolutions of rospeot. Notices of entertainment where an ad-
mlaslon Is derived thoifrom. will bo charged at tho regular advertising rates.
4 . 1
FOR SALE : Dry Oak cord wood
See Carroll Robertson-four miles
east of Davilla. " 2tc
I am representing Mrs. E J. Ve-
selkfc Florist of Taylor and have
pot plants and cut flowers for
funerals and all occasions. I
will appreciate your patronage.
Mrs. J. G. Neitsch.
FOR SALE Sweet potatoes for
Bale none stringy on street cor
ner Saturdays at bank. See or
Itp PAUL JESSE.
WE Dye Shoes
RED SEED OATS free of John-
son grass for sale. J. K. Knight.
Jewelry Pianos Sewing
i Duy sen tune and repair
Pianos. Have good re-con-
ditioned Pianos from $50.00 up
x repair an makes of sewing
machines. A penny post card
will get us there. T. M. Ran-
dolph Bartlett Texas. 52tf.
LADIES Have your shoes half-
soled at the Alamo Shoe Shop
where the soles are cemented on.
Alamo Shoe Shop. tf.
(Continued from Page 1)
gion squad composed of Martin
Pastusek and Lt. H. A. Little
escorts to the governor: Albert
Friedrich and Willie Lange color
?rs: ueorce Frank and Al-
gsEtHempel color guards; and
jer RnRsnn Pan! .Tocoo Al
IdlWacker and August Meiss-
Jier squad members.
Hex-aids Carter Horton and
Marilyn Hargis entered next and
announced his royal majesty
' the King who entered attired
in royal purple gold' and white
twith a gold crown and sceptre
and was seated on the throne.
Presented next were Curtis
Young and Helen Ruth Cowsert
prince and princess of Bartlett
and Marcus Lindemann and
Brooksie Nell Whitfield duke
and duchess of Bartlett.
King Bobby Ford dressed in
royal blue and gold with a white
satin suit and gold corwn and
sceptre was the first of the
Tiny Tot Court to enter. He was
followed by Prince and Princess
Le Ruth Bentley anl Allison
Joyce; Duke and Duchess Shirley
Franks and Clough Shelton 111 ;
Lord and Lady Jan Williams and
Tommy Hudspeth; Crown Bear-
er Clinton McAdams Jr. and
flower girls Patsy Nell England
and Dolores Ann Denson'.
Her majesty Lucinda Bailey-
queen ot tne Tiny Tots dressed
in white taffeta dress with
Queen Ann collar and white sat
in tram worked with designs in
sequins and edged with silver
caught at the neck with rhine-
tjtone clasps and attended by
train bearers Joan Joyce Fried-
rich and Delora Muehlhause was
next to follow the jpath. of rose
petals- and stood before the
throne to receive her crown at
the hands of Governor Allred.
Entertainment for the Tiny
Tot queen and her court was pro-
vided by Rita Marie Bird yjaung
tap dance artists and bya rabbit
onu in tne court yara. imper-
sonating the rabbifs" were: Nixon
Overby Dickie Cagle Billy Wolf
Larry Gene Spiegelhauer Mar-
jorie Lynn Hill Margaret Ann
Dillard Dona Merle Stockton
Margaret Noack J&nell Junz
Kay Williams Katherine Drews
Gladys Ann Garner Jane Carper
and' Doris Nell Spiegelhauer.
Delores Overby and Billy Huds-
peth were the hunters.
Completing the- royal court
the herald announced as they
entered: First Lord and Lady
of Bartlett Worth White and
SCargie LymJ Frank; Second
Lord and' Lady of Fartfett Hey-
wood demons a.tid Jrne Kelm;
Duke and Duchess of the Wo-
man's Wednesday Club Melvin
Allison and Doris Nell Roberts;
Duke and Duchess of the Cham-
ber of Commerce Oscar Linde
mann and Katherine Miller:
Duke and Duchess of the Busi
ness Men's Luncheon Club
Ewing Brice and Dorothy Lee
Lange: Duke and Duchess of thn
Fire Dept. Herman Schwertner
Jrk and Annie Lee Duncan; Duke
and Duchess of the P. T. A. Lo-
gan Friedrich and Janice Plem-
mons ; Duke and Duchess of the
C.C.C. Organization Calvin Pike
and Louise Whitfield; Duke and
Duchess of the Bartlett Ameri-
can Legion Gilbert Fischer and
Mildred Friedrich; Duke and
Duchess of the Masonic and
Eastern Star Organizations Joe
Wiederspahn and Sarah Jane
Cline ; Duke and Duchess of the
Senior Class Georce Cade Jr.
and Janette Johnson; Duke and
Duchess of the Junior Class. Lin-
wood Steglich and Mozelle Stock
ton ; Duke and Duchess of the
Sophomore Class Ross Slaugh-
ter and Ruth Evelyn Hempel;
Duke and Duchess of the Fresh-
man Class Naaman Hair and
Pattie Katherine Gillespie; Duke
and Duchess of Grammar School
Grady Sebastian and Inez Shaw.
From out-of-town were the
Duke and Duchess of Schwert
ner Stanley Tegge and Katha
leene Johnson; Duke and Duch
ess of Granger T. L. Teer and
Alice Bartosh; Duke and Duch-
ess of Holland Thomas Gene
Latham and Margarette Wojtek;
Duke and Duchess of Salado.
Clyde Morris Caps and Wilma
Virginia Hodge and from Jar-
rell Houston Conlee and Olga
Preceding the entrance of her
royal majesty Queen Gertrude
of the House of Wiederspahn'
came Jo Ellen Vernon and Mary
.Louise Limmer flower girls and
Jimmie Harris crown bearer.
The queen's dress was of white
satin with high collar and puff
sleeves to the elbow where they
were caught with covered but
tons and fitted to the wrist. Her
flowing train was ornamented
with sequins and rhinestones.
Carrying the train were Little
Misses Nettie Mae Steglich and
Jo Lynn Irvin and David Wack-
er. Governor Allred crowned Miss
Wiederspahn as Queen of the
Bartlett Fair. Her crown was of
rhinestones and pearl.
Miss Winnie Severs entertain-
ed the Queen with a ballet dance
and an Indian dance was given
by a group of grammar school
Governor Allred made a short
talk fitting to the occasion
choosing as his subject "The
Blessings of An American Citi-
zen" and the grand march clos-
ed the coronation.
Court jesters Ilyn Bartlett and
Dorothy Gene Vernon mimiced
members of the court and pro-
vided entertainment throughout
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Schwertner 42 Parly
A Big Success
Last Tuesday night Oct. 11
the P.T.A. of Schwertner enter-
tained with a 42 party in the
priihary room. The players were
seated at eleven tables and a
large number of others were
present. Mrs. Fred Tegge and
J. A. Townsend won high scores
and low scores fell to Miss Luze
Beyer and Emil Schwertner. The
Hallowe'en motif was carried out
in plafcq favors and also in re-
freshments which consisted "of
orange icfe jcream and! devil's
food cake. Those who'jvere un-
able to attend certainly missed
an enjoyable (evening; so don't
fail to nttentt the other P. T.'A'.
When reports -were taken care
of Wednesday it was found that
the 5th and 6th grades had tied
with tlie 7th and 8th grades for
having received the same num-
ber of imembers for the Schwert-
ner P. T. A. The contest wdsi ex-
tended until Friday itoon. Believe
it or not but those children real-
ly can work 1
Music -"ight will begin at 7:30
p. m. every Thursday night. All
who are interested are urged to
attend. After one night you will
not want to miss another be-
cause of the enjoyment and the
CARD OF THANKS
The ladies of the Woman's
Wednesday club take this means
of thanking the concerns and in-
dividuals who assisted them in
making the coronation a success.
The club deeply appreciates the
We thank you.
The Woman's Wednesday Club.
(Continued from Page 1)
son G. C. Kulcr and Alfred Kel-
ler. A reception was hold at the
home of the bride's parents
whbre the bride and bride groom
received cue guests. Mrs. A. N
Gibson cut the pink and white
embossed wedding cake which
centered the table and a minia-
ture bride and groom. stood un-
der an arch on the table. Mrs.
William Whitlow presided at the
Miss Elsie Mae Heath of Gal-
veston had; charge of the Ibride's
book which bore an original
painting of. the church ;in which
the couple were married.
Mr. and Mrs. Schwertner lefjt
immediately alter the reception
for Houston t herbiwdeea shh
for Houston the bride wearing a
teal blue suit with caracul trim-
mings and black accessories. Her
corsage was of white gardenias.
Mrs. Schwertner grauated
from St. Mary's Nurses Training
School in Galveston and received
a degree from the Cornell Medi-
cal Center of New York City af-
ter which she was connected with
Beth Moses hospital in Brooklyn.
She is now supervisor of nurses
in the Jefferson Davisj hospital
The bridegroom received his
B. S. degree from Texas A. &
M. College and is employed by
the South Texas Seed Company
Out of town friends here for
the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs.
Henrv Messer and family of Kil-
leen Clyde Harris Moore of Da-
villa. Miss Elsie Mae Heath of
Galveston Mr. and Mrs. O. A.
Hines of Uvalde Mr. and Mrs.
Alton Mann of Taylor Mr. and
Mrs. John Overby of Taylor
Melvin Tegge of Georgetown
and Stanley Schwertner of San
Too teuty unpacking new
foods to write an ad
Every new day firing;
new goods to Sheltotts.:
Come fit' and see thei
PLAY THE NEWEST GAME ON(THE MARKET
bAfc 25c and 49c EXTRA BAG MARBLES lOcf
SHELTON'S VARIETY STORfJ
HOME OF VANETTB HOSIERY
i ' i ' i i i i I. mir '
C. Shelton; Sr. is--expected to
arrive in Bartlett Monday after
a four months stay in a New
Big Hallowe'en Carnival and
Square Dance at High School
Gymnasium Oct. 31.
- Mrs. S.' Hs Cox Misses Gat
erine and. Grade Pryor and )M
Annie Pryor of Rusk were
tors Sunday in the home of 'Q
unu ivirs. xt. p. Button. mvstr:
ur win remain xor a two or va:
Trade in Bartlett!
is one of Bartlett's
She has learned the secret of
having her clothes cleaned
at De Luxe Cleaners
She knows that it is not necessary to
have a large clothing budget to'always
look and feel .smart. Last year's
clothes become surprisingly hew when
cleaned and pressed by us.
GIVE YOUR OLD CLOTHES NEW LIFE WITH
OUR COMPLETE SERVICE
THE DELUXE CLEANERS
WE AGAIN CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO
HOME OF THE MONTH WHICH APPE$
IN LAST WEEK'S ISSUE OF THIS Pi
You may see the plans of this nice little hi
at pur office and also get full- information ot
F. H. A. Loans. Don't forget you can get F.:
loan's to repair re-roof repaint or make add
to your home on easy F.H.A. payment plan i
j rf i &rr 4EsnitasHKSfr ii 2 ' r ".
Take advantage of the F.HfWileWiiw
it may not continue very loTk.fflP&tmfvffi ;&"
Call us for an estimate ho-ooligation.
H. A. DALTON Local Manager
I ' LAWRENCE BROTHERS
GROCERY - BAKERY - MARKET
Buy 1 large bar of Ivory Soap for lie
and get another one for 5c - 22c value
iiM i ii mil in mi i n
9 JUDGES AT BARTLETT
AND FRIENDSHIP FAIRS
FROM M-H-BAYLOR C.
Helton October 13 Nine stu
dents from the Mqry Hardin1;
Baylor home economics depart
ment attended the Bartlett and
Friendship community fairs
Thursday afternoon1 where they
acted as judges for the edu-
cational canning and other farm
exhibits. Miss Ruby Lee Seale
head of the home economics de
partment at the college ac
companied the group.
Students selected! for the jud
ges project were: miss Auena
Kinney of Mercury Miss Mar-
iorie Saffold of Beltoni; Miss
Velma Lee Sanders of Port Ar-
thur; Miss Evelyn Buchanan of
Belton; Mise Irene Dennia of
Robstown; Miss. Lillian Ewing of
Panhandle; Miss Iva Dell Mod-
gling of Bonte; Missi Ada Cat-
hey of Coleman; and Miss Aud
rey Walker of Sulphur Springs.
The students and' Miss Scale were
working in cooperation with Miss
Tina Stewart county home de-
i LBS. FOR
Either Grind Pound
R4ytfflfiechoc. Butter Scotch Vanilla
Pates and figs;aacgeop10cand15e
Call gOOdS Spfoach Torn" Juice EACH 5 '
B&avfP White Face Baby
KJIS Loin - Round - T. Bones-. ;...Pound
Charter No.:5422 Reserve District No.
ItBPOttT OF CONDITIOX OP TUB
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BARTLETT
IX THE STATE OP TEXAS
ai mo cioso or business on September 281038 published in responscj
iu im iimuo uy wimpiroucr 01 tno currency unucr Section 5it
V. S. Revised Statutes'
1. Loans and discounts . -. $191053413
2. Overdrafts ... '.'. '. .'. V. . . ..' 280.$if
3. United States Government obllcations.
direct and fully g-uaranteed i4R.0BB.Rn
4. Other bpnds stocks and securities .-...' 27850.00 -;3
u. aanjcing nouse ?loooo. Furniture and fixtures $2000. 17.000.00'
7. Real estate owned pther than hanking house . 1000.75
8. Reserve' with 'Federal-Reservo bank ...... 3939.76
9. Cash balances with other banks 'and cash Items ' '
in process of collection .'. .'. k . . 77754.17
13. Other assets '....". j.qq '
TOTAL ASSETS '...; $500592.20''
14. Demand deposits of individuals partnerships
and corporations ' 32fi.4fld7
Time deposits of individuals partnerships
and .corporations ..'.......' 19270.00
oiaco county ana municipal deposits 10617.'
aCOII Breakfast SPECIAL 2!4C.
Mutton - Beef - Pork - Sausage
Cooked Over Open Fire - Saturday
United' States Government and postal savings deposits
Deposits of other banks including certified
and caliicr's checks outstanding ....?.. "?. .... .
Depop'its secured 'by pledge of .loan
nndor Investments i.'" ...... .'$10028.00
Deposits not secured by pledge of loans
andor Investments .; .-.... 354;9919E
TOTAL DEPOSITS ...
Z9. otner. uaDiJities .:......' ........ .'.'
30 Capital account
' Common1 stock .1000 shares . '
Surplus '.....:.... 336QO00
Undivided profit netr' '. . ' i947.'47
TOTAL' CAPITAL .ACCOUNT ..... .V ...... 135.547.4j
TOTAL LIABILITIES '. ..... . .5500692.2
MEMORANDUM ik LOANS AND INVESTMENTS PLEDGED
TO SECTRE LIABILITIES
United Mates 'Qovcrjimont'obllffatlons direct
and fully guaranteed 15000.01
TOTAL PLEDGED (excluding rediscounts) . . 15000)
Against State county and municipal deposits
TOTAL PLEDGED $ 16000.(1
PTATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON so:
I E. T Jones cashier ot the above-named bank do solemnly weu
that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge nnd belief
E. T. JONES Cashier.
BSworn to and subscribed before me this 10th day of October lasts
J. V. &FORRIS. Notary Public.
R. B RAMBBSY
C. C. BAILEY '
- ' W. V. TTAJTON .
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Ford, Robert C. The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 4, Ed. 1, Friday, October 14, 1938, newspaper, October 14, 1938; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth76547/m1/2/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.