The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 52, Ed. 1, Friday, September 12, 1941 Page: 2 of 6
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THE BARTLETT .TRIBUNE
The Bartlett Tribune
FhIiMmIiw Bvnry Friday in Bnrtlett Texus
Robert C. Fowl Editor and Publisher
Mrs. Robert C. Ford Associate Editor
Entrt a Sectd-Cla Mull Matter at the Postoffic
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Miss De?sie Fischer ibecanie
the bride of Helmuth Zoch of
Austin at the Saint John's Lubh
ern church Sunday at 6 p. m.
with the Rev. Gus Sager reading
Given in marriage by her fath-
er Frank Fischer the bride wore
an ivory satin gown. A row of
tiny buttons extended from the
sweetheart neckline to her waist.
The lace yoke which was made
freni the trimming on her moth-
er's wedding dress and sh:rc
poplum was edged with silk lace.
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a Jong train. Her finger tip viel
of bridal illusion was attached to
a Juliet cap with orange blos-
soms. For something eld she
wore her mother's locket. She
carried a bouquet Gf White gladioli.
Mrs. Karl Klotz attended her
sister as matron cf honor. Miss
Mildred Zoch sister of the bride-
groom served as maid of honor.
Mrs. D. D. Stceger of Port Lava-
ca Miss Lillian Diobel and Miss
Ncra Schr.fdrr 6t Thrall and
Miss Nola Persky bride's maids.
All wore frocks fashioned alike
of blue taffeta shading from
Cocktail to Coppcrmngcn. They
carried denial bouquets of rain-
bow atcrs tied wtih streamers
j match their dresses.
fVtd Zoch of Fort Sill Okla.
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war Ftamklin ami Gilbert Fisch-
tf Frederick Schultz Herbert
and lldor Zoch cf Winchester.
Tba coram ay was performed
tofef an attar banked with
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mutt Tapars in candelabra
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MaitUi Laa. Mrs. W. C.
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Cm Aagwr. wht also played the
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Austin at 910 East 49. ' '
Mrs. Zoch attended Seg'uin Lu-
theran College graduated from
S. S. T. C. of San Marcos. The
past two years she has tatlght in
Leesville. Tlie brldegropm is
the son of Mr. and MrSfTSmil
Zoch of Winchester attended
school in Houston and isonnoct-
ed With a firm in Austin.
Guests from out of town pres-
ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Schwinge Mr. and Mrs. Gus
Sohultz and families of Houston;
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Zoch Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Lehman Mr. and Mrs.
Eldor Zoch Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
Stager of Port Arthur Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Swonson and Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Gersbafih of Tay-
lor Mr. and Mrs. Martin ScKroe.
der of Thwllj Mm Helen Weiss
of San Antonb ; Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Stokes of Jarfell; Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. H. H. Schultz and family of
New Ulm; Misses La Verne
Schultz Loreno Kalmbach
Elaine Eckland and Herbert
Nitschko E. J. Herbert Lau-
rence Schultz Clifford Luker
of Austin And Fred Zoch of Fort
Buy Defense Bonds NOW1
Subject to action of the special
city election on September 19:
C. E. LAMB
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Dr. and Mrs. Chas. Gillespie of
Temple visited relatives hero
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We have thoroughly overhauled our two gins and. added NEW k
PARTS where they were needed and have our gins in FIRST k
CLASS CONDITION to serve the farming public.
If first class machinery and courteous and efficient" service ap-
peals to you we respectfully solicit a part of- your patronage.
WE HAVE AMPLE STORAGE SPACE TO ACCOMMODATE
ALL VARIETIES OF SEED AND THE SERVICE IS AT YOUR
We have installed the very latest in- drying equipment in our Np.
2 cin. and can cin any cotton that can be ginned.
v Our (motto is serve all alike regardless of the size of your patrp
nage no job
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$ An old adage but "if we please you tell others if not tell us
?l and we are more than willing to adjust any reasonable differences.
)lio IS serve an autre regaruie ui uie aiz.e ui your paicu- m
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Yours for Service
Barf left Ice & Gin Co.
tf Owned and Operated by Bartlett People Under the same courteous
W management for 21 years.
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AFFORDS ADEQUATE LlH$fNG
The season of long nights is just around the
corner again and the school season is already upon
Ui -the EYE STRAIN season unless your home's $1
wiring: U up to date. Have it checked now and put
In extra outlets wherever they are required!v &?
Take advantage of every facility which your
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Munici;inl Plant offers in modern electric service K
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will make eaay and pleasant your household duties." V
THE MUNICIPAL PLANT IS YOURS 5
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Bartlett Municipal Light Plant
Owned and Operated tor and
6y the People of iBartlett ". . '
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Ford, Robert C. The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 52, Ed. 1, Friday, September 12, 1941, newspaper, September 12, 1941; Bartlett, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth76696/m1/2/: accessed July 6, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.