The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 26, Ed. 1, Friday, May 2, 1952 Page: 8 of 8
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THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE Friday May 2 1952
I sincerely appreciate yonr
cards visit3 flowers and calls
during my stay in the hospital
and since I returned home.
Especially do I thank iRev. and
Mrs. Bob Holt and the (Mamie
Daniel Amiigas Class for their
Mrs. Ned Bartlott
Starting May 5
Just for coming in
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Betty Beard And
Wed April 23
Miss 'Betty Beard daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Beard of
.Tonrrlmiton and AC Charles
Miller son of Mr. and Mrs. Alie
'Miller of Jourdanton and former
Bartlett resident exchanged
mmtin.1 vows Wednesday. April
28 at 6: o'clock in the Methodist
Church m that city. Dr. E. J.
Anderson read the double ring
White floor .baskets of white
gladioli were used to decorate
the altar. 'Miss Lucille Anderson
nrornnist. iilnved "I Love You
Truly" and also the traditional
Given in marriage by her
father the bride wore a. white
nylon ballerina length gown with
a finger-tip veil. The gown was
made with a fitted bodice and a
pleated net skirt over nylon. She
wore whote linen pumps and
carried a bouquet of white car-
nations tied with white satin
Jimmie "Miller brother of the
groom served as best "man. Fred
Harris was groomsman. Ruby
Forge and Willis Purgeson serv-
ed as ushers.
'A reception was held at the
home of the bride's parents.
Miss Ann Pesek presided at the
register. The three tiered wed-
ding cake topped toy a miniture
bride and groom stood on one
end of the lace covered dining
table and the punch bowl was on
the other end of the table. Glad-
ioli and sweet peas were used
throughout the home.
The couple are graduates of
the Jourdanton High School. He
attended college at Kingsville
and is in the air force and is sta-
tioned at Lackland Air Base.
Mrs. Miller is secretary to the
County Superintendent at Jour-
danton. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Gerbert
grandparents of the groom and
Mr .and Mrs. (Marvin Gerbert
and Leland Rae attended the
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she is mighty proud and she
took one look at the egg and re-
marked "Why my hens lay
those kind all the time only
they're a beautiful clean white
instead of that uorlv old) brown".
There are reports that she
weighed a dozen ot tne eggs at
Spinn's Grocery recently and
that they weighed 14 ounces
more than an average dozen
eggs. Hope we are not around if
the feuding ever reaches the
stage where they start throwing
those big eggs.
Start stem cutting of geran
ium and leaf cutting of begonia.
Inspect your cutting and sced-
heds every day and water if
necessary. Keep your garden
neat by snipping off dead flow-
ers every day when you tour
Local Girls To
Appear On Radio
Thyra Leatherman and San-
dra Thompson music pupils of
Miss 'Eileen Sides will be heard
on the "Youth and iMusic" pro-
gram over Station KTBC Aus-
tin Saturday morning at 9
o'clock. The program is sponsor-
ed by the Austin District iMusic
Thyra will he heard playing
Moskowskfa "Spanish Dance"
and Sandra will he heard playing
Wright's "Veil Dance."
CARD OF THANKS
Mr .and Mrs. Henry Spinn of
Temple were Sunday visitors m
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
pays' off mm mmm "ami
Knock the weeds out of your growing crops with a Winpower
Rotary Cultivator. The off-set "cross-cut" tooth action gives
you greater soil disturbance and better cultivation. Break
crusts break clods pulverize the soil the way you like it.
Crops grow foster stay greener with this type of cultivation.
Come and see for yourself how this 'ullage tool makes bigger
better crops. Sec the
that will give you years of
trouble-free service. Give
your crops this faster
cleaner start with a WIN-
POWER Rotary Cultivator.
KNOCKS OUT WEEDS
See the ofl-itt "Crots-Cut" tooth
arrangement on the ring That's
the secret ol better weeding and
1 cultivation Pal No 2360359
Words are inadequate to ex
press to the friends of Bartlett
my sincere gratitude for your
prayers flowers cards visits
donations and many kindnesses
shown me during my stay in the
hospital and since I returned
home. May God bless each of you
is my prayer.
Willie J. Klepac
Arrives Iii France
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Klepac
of Jarrell have received word
from their son Pfc. Willie J.
Klepac announcing his safe ar-
rival in iFrance. He stated that
he enjoyed the ocean trip and is
doing fine. He is with the Ameds
D. E. T. 28th General Hospital.
In announcing my candidacy
for re-clcclion to the Stale
Senate from the Thirteenth
Senatorial District which is
now composed of McLennan
Bell and Milam Counties I do
so with the feeling that I am
substantially acquainted with
the people of Bell County. I
feel Uiat you are aware of my
past record and fittness for
the office and my reputation
for being fair and impartial to all of my constituents regard-
less of what county they live in.
I have now attained an enviable seniority in the Senate of
Texas by reason of mj past experience and service and on
account of that past service I feel I can make you a better
It is my purpose to continue my policy of being fair and im-
partial to all alike and to try at all times to do the bidding of
ycu my constituents. I shall appreciate your support in this
my first effort to serve you as Senator from Bell County.
(Paid Political Adv.)
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Ford, Robert C. The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 26, Ed. 1, Friday, May 2, 1952, newspaper, May 2, 1952; Bartlett, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth77027/m1/8/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.