The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 64, No. 30, Ed. 1, Friday, June 8, 1951 Page: 2 of 8
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THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE Friday June 8 1951
;; A QUARTER CENTURY AGO IN BARTLETT
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From The Bnrtlelt Tribune
June 4 1926
Pioneer Walburg Citizen Passes
'Mr. A. C. Braun nge 75 pio-
neer Texan and prominent citi-
zen of Williamson county died
Wednesday evening- at his home
in Walburg twelve miles west
of Bartlett of acute indigestion
and heart failure after a brief
illness Of four days. He was born
in Washington county Texas
CARD OF THANKS
will visit friends.
Mrs. F. T. Stockton who has
been confined to her toed for the
past ten days is reported to "be
Mr. Jim Izard is a patient in
a Temple hospital.
J. T. Bartlett who makes his
headquarters in Corpus Ohristi
was here Sunday on a visit to
Mr. Charley Friedrkh return
ed Tuesday from Dallas where
We Would like to take this
means of thanking our many
friends for their every kindness
shown our mother and daddy
and us during mother's illness.
We especially thank Rev. Leon
Vorpahl aIr. and Mrs. Heai't-
f ield and all of the neighbors for
their untiring efforts 'to help us;
It is friends like you that
make times like this easier to
bear. Our heartfelt thanks tc
each of you.
Dorothy Moseley Goode
Tommy J. Moseley.
Mr and Mf. W. O. Baker of
Bel ton were Sunday visitors of
Mr. anjd Mrs. C. E. Limmer.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thomas
and daughter were visitors in
Houston last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. Oldham
visited her brother A. C. Robin-
son in Killeen Sunday.
Mis Alma McGlothlin was a
viistor in Austin last Wednesday.
Charles Sartor has been a pat-
ient in a Temple hospital this
week where he underwent a ton-
silectomy on Tuesday.
Mrs. Cecil Overby was a visit-
or in Austin Monday.
came to Williamson county in he visited his daughter Mrs. J
1871 and settled near the pres- J. Stein.
ent site of Walburg. where he Miss Florence Sartor is at
has since resided. In 1871 he home from Texas City where
she has been teaching in the
publ'c schools for the past two
married Miss Anna Mueller oi
Washington County. He is sur
vived lay nis wite ana live sons : years.
A. C A. dnd Walter of Bartlett ! Mayor J. E. Condra was in
Otto of Walburg ; Arthur ot Waco Wednesday on business.
Weir and Alfred of Austin and Herman Bartz and family loft
four daughters: Mrs. Otto Liese yesterday for LaSalle county on
of Weir; airs. 0. A. Zander Jar-Ja prospecting trip
rell; Mrs. Adolph Behrens and jiiss Laura Breihan has re-
Mrs. Felix Breathauer Walburg. ' turned home from San Antonio
! where she taught this year in
-JftattlfetifGranger Highway the city schools.
Vofk&un I Messrs. E. R. Howard G. A.
vAtial work of placing the Lindimann and V. G. Woolsey
tefvittteH" mixture on the state were jn Austin Wednesday on
highway No. 2B between here business.
and Granger Avas begun Mon-j d; r aiunn reports that his
day morning furnishing work daughter who underwent a suc-
for quite a number of local lab-' cessfui operation at the Kings
orers and boys just out of high( Daughters Hospital last week
school. The highway will not be :s improving rapidly
closed to the traveling public rs. Morgan Seale who un-
one side of the road will be fin-; denwent a successful operation
ished tor a short distance at a
time while the travel passes on
Dr. Geo. C. Fowler
S:SO - 12:00 2:00 - 5:30
Other Hours By Appointment
Closed Tuesday Afternoon
Phone 216 Bartlett
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the other side and then the sit
nation will be reversed
for appendicitis at the Kings'1
Daughters Hospital at Temple
Monday is reported to be doing
Kirk Knight who recently
111 . graduated from San Marcos
Academy is making prepara-
Tuesday for Moulton where she
Fred Montgomery was
Temple Wednesday on business
Mr. J. IF. Horton of Texas tions to enter Baylor University
City is a guest in the A. F. Sar- Waco next fall
tor home. iMr. J. L. Bailey of Temple was
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gersbach and here Friday on business
son and daughter spent the week i N. B. Vernon of Holland was
in the Rio Grande valley. I here Monday on business.
Alfred Wacker returned home! Miss Edna Wilson is in Belton
Friday from Pensacola FlaJthis week visiting her grantl-
wViovo Via nftpndpH tViP Oeneral i mother Mrs. Harling.
Acep.Tr.Wv nf Hi " PrwihvtP.rian Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Walton
church. anc son Billie were Austin visit
Mathilde Wacker left olsMTS?J; T. r
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itha Schrock. Mrs. Robt. Rowr
;--i"i"i"i"i"i"i- I tree and Mrs. Williamson ot
Kentucky who is a guest m the
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1 1 in San Antonio this week.
Z ' Miss Darline Burnside has re-
ivioif tn friotifls -ind relatives in
Mrs. C. C. Bailey was in Gal
veston and Bryan this week at
tending commencement exercis-
es where her two sons are stu-
dents. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Walton
attended the funeral of Mr. J.
H. Hendricks at Rogers Friday
Mrs. L. E. Hienze and son
Leon Jr. are visiting in the
homes of Mr. and IMrs. G. A.
Guenzel and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Linde-
mann Mrs. C. C. Bailey and
Miss Blanche Thomas spent
Sunday and Monday on the
Bailey ranch near Lampasas.
Messrs E. E. Lindeman and E.
Lawhon were in Marble Falls
fishing 'Monday. They report
plenty of fish.
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Ford, Robert C. The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 64, No. 30, Ed. 1, Friday, June 8, 1951, newspaper, June 8, 1951; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth76980/m1/2/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.