The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 63, No. 16, Ed. 1, Friday, March 3, 1950 Page: 1 of 8
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Dates Set For
April 9 -16
Tho local4 Baptist church has
sot April 6-16 as its Spring Rev-
ival ' date. There -will be both
morning and evening services
witfy the time of services an-
nounced later. Rev. Leon Vor-
pahl pastor of the church will
J bring tho messages and Rev.
( Ernest Duncan pastor of the
I Baptist church at Troy will lead
) the song service. An invitation to
attend is extended to the whole
"Tho Last Judgement" will bo
the sermon subject Sunday night
at tho church. This will be the
third message in a series of mes-
sages by the pastor on tho great
teachings of the Bible. Other
sermons in this series will in-
clude: "Hell Is It Real?"
"Heaven The Home of the Sav-
ed" "Where Does The Soul Go
At Death?" and "Baptism
Does It Matter?" An invitation
is extended to everyone to come
and worship with us on Sunday
The time of meeting for tho
night services has been changed
making the schedule of services
Sunday School 0:45 a. m.
Worship Hour 10:55 a. m.
Training Union 7:00 p. m.
Preaching Hour 8:00 p. m.
Wedding Rites Read
At Corn Hill
PHMiHiiF"SIIH Sue 'w uH
WALLACE DOUGLAS CULPS
Mrs. Clarence Kelm was host-
ess to the Bartlett Rural Home
Demonstration Club atr her
home Tuesday afternoon.' Roll
call was answered by twelve
Mrs. Eitrayhorn Williamson
County ' Hoirie 'Demonstration
Agent gave as her demonstra
Marriage vows for Miss
Brooksie Nell Whitfield daught-
er of Mr.and Mrs. Homer D.
Whitfield of Bartlett and Rev.
Wallaco.DpuBlas'GIilps were read!
ecctitly "at "flieKey'a Valley
""1"'U W1JU4WI. I. - 1 1 .
tjo. t vn f Toviinf uon rrencn aressings ana a
-cad the double ring ceremony homemade mayonnaise and the
before an altar flanked by two mnknS of salads of vegetables
baskets of white' gladioli witha'ancongealed aalads.
background of greenery. The set- Mra- Luella Bolding was elect-
ting was cbmplbted by seven-' eJ to the state conven-
branch candelabra lighted by to bo held in Austln APri1
ninvnnoo Molonn Piio" rlJ-M.
. t . . ' Mrs. O Dell was elected tc
mis iouiii oiuyiiai ui yyuu membership and refreshments
Accompanied at the . piano by :! . .
of Mr.' and Mrs. William WhitMeice.KicRrWaco sang as8ist by Mni Gommert( t(J
Mrs. Kelm Hostess
To a D. Club
Announcement is made of the
opening of The Appliance Serv-
ice Company in Bartlett owned
and operated by Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Fernald. Tho Fernalds
have recently moved to Bartlett
from Iraan Texas where thej
owned and operated an Applf-
ahce Service 'Company Mr. Fer-
nald has had some fifteen years
Experience in electrical sales and
s-orvicework and has a thorough
background and knowledge of all
types of appliance service.
The shop located two doors
west of the Red and White Groc
ery in Bartlett will be well
equipped With up4o-date test
equipment electrical parts and
supplies to take care of all types
of electrical service. Among its
services the shop will otter
prompt and efficient service on
all types and kinds of electrical
appliances and equipment. Be-
sides domestic appliance service
Mr. Rernald is also experienced
in commerci'al service electrical
.contracting heating air-condi
tioning instalations and other
kinds of electrical work.
The public is cordially invited
to make a "get-acquainted" visit
to The Appliance Service Com-
pany at your earliest conven-
ience. Official opening day has
been announced for Monday
March 6 -.
Week Of March 3 To March 10 Declared
City-Wide Clean Up Week In Bartlett
Census taking started Wednes-
day morning with Bartlett
school children and must be
completed by April 1. Listing
those Who will be six years old
before September 1 is always the
big problem according to Supt.
D. A. Swoperand he will appreci-
ate being notified of all such
In Close Game
Junior class mothers defeated
senior class mothers by a slim
one point margin in a rough and
tumble basketball game at the
high school gym Tuesday night.
The final score was 24-23. The
seniors led all the way until the
final minutes when a junior rally
them ahead. Star ox thei
March 3 through March 10 has
been declared by the city council
as clean-up week in Bartlett.
Citizens are urged to clean up
yards alleys and outbuildings
placing particular emphasis upon
the breedding and harborin
places of rats and" files.
The State Health Department
fn cooperation with the city is
furnishing 10 DDT dust
which will be applied by city
personnel 1 n outbuildings
throughout the residential area
where signs of rats are found.
A limited amount of rat poison
which is not harmful to pets Will
be available at the rear of the
light plant on Friday March 10.
- It is anticipated that a health
department group will inspect
the city shortly after March 10
in connection with the rat con-
trol camraign that has been go-
ing on in town for the past few
montns ana a clean city tor
them to inspect is urged.
This early clean up is only a
preliminary for the bigger one
that comes in May when the an-
nual garden club inspection will
be held" and" yards graded and
During the past seasons Bart-
Miss Lydia Krejci became the
bride of Billy Whitlow Tuesday
Feb. 21 at the Holy Trinity
Church of Corn Hill.
The. bride is tho (laughter oi
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krejic a grad-
uate of Jarrell High School and
attended a business school in
Austin. The bridgroom is the son
low. He attended Schwertner and
The Rev. I. J. Valenta per-
formed the double ring ceremony
before an altar banked with
ferns and decorated with narcis-
Johnnie Simek organist play-
ed an arrangement of hymns.
The bride was given in mar-
riage by her father. She wore a
dress of white slipper satin with
sweetheart neck long sleeves
tiirht sheered bodice and full
kiKt?H(Jr head dress was a band
jif'lilies of the valley from which
r-fcll a f i'nger-tip veil. Her neck-
lace was a gift of the bride-
groom; She carried a white pray-
er book totfped by lavender baby
i .l ! .3 sL. - Jl nit AiltnMnrl fl rr
The bride's mother wore black
with black accessories and a cor-
..sage of white split carnations.
Mrs. Whitlow mother of the
bridegroom also wore black with
pink accessories and corsage of
pfnk split cornations
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tschoen-
or attended the bride and groom.
Mrs. Tschoerner wore navy and
her corsage was pink split carna-
tions. Following the ceremony a re-
ception was held at the homo of
the bride's parents1.
For going away the bride wore
a dressmaker suit of gray with
black accessories. -'Her corsage
was lavender baby orchids.
After a' short wedding trip the
couple will reside on a farm near
East End Replies
To- West End
The East End replied to the
West End Snooper In a letter to
The Tribune this week but space
5 prevented it being printed. It will
'appear jn the next issue .
and "The Lord's 12 meniber-g;
Given in marriage by her ath- xy t t
r Homer D. Whitney the JUJlJUlJiClIlCllL IS
v Tfn o n-ftum rf tTn ootltl "'
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t was styled with a fitted bod- A Tin mill PPH
co and a gathered skirt with J111UU"U
pointed sleeves. The yoke
Passes In Belton
Funeral services were held at
the Holland Baptist Church
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock
for Mrs. J. C. McCrary 90 who
died in the Belton hospital Mon-
day morning at 8:20 o'clock
after an illness of four weeks.
The Reverend Harvey Tipton of-
ficiated. Mrs. McCrary was the grand-
mother of Glen Gray of Bartlett.
game was Mrs. Ed Brur.e Jr.ett has had its share of polio
who played for tho seniors and ;an(i rats borne diseases and
scored io points. citizens should be clean-up con-
Proceeds of the game wasgcJous
divided between the classes for '
the funds they are building up TPl-v. Q.
for a graduation trip. j 1 al)Or - baVage
Boosting the senior funds was w r
a cako auction at which the cakes Wedding JLllteS .
sold at unbelievably high prices. D :.V.r
Johnny Marquart was auction- t ' i n i U".-
soft Buyers and the prices paid Jeaa rriUttV '"
were Fred Blair $20 Harry; J . " ' '
White $15. Alv(n Friedrich $18 n . t
Chamber of Commerce $30 Ed" On Friday evening Fobruary
Krause $12 C. E. Limmer 511 24 at 7:00 p. m. Mrs. Jimmy;'
Dr. J. It. Burnett $20 Wm. Savage of Austin became the
Daugherty Jr. $6 and R. C bride of Mr. Crawford Tabor of
Ford $10. A pot plant donated Beaumont at the home of his
by Ann's Flower Shop brought ser ana Dromer-m-iaw mr.
of net wasfrimmed with a pleat
ed ruffle trimmed with import-1
ed lace and the veil was of illu-
sion. OraKg'el)lSs6)hs decorated
the crown. Miss Whitfield car-
ried a white Bible covered with
two white gardinias and a camel-
lia. Her only jewelry was three
strands of pearls with matching
(Continued on Back Page)
Mr. Louis Jurccka announces
the engagement of his daughter
Frances to Arthur J. Meyers
Jr. of Ft. Worth son of Mrs. A.
J. Meyers Sr. and the late Mr.
Meyers of St. Louis Missouri.
The wedding will be sometime
Victor Kunz Wed
of In Coupland Sat.
BARTLETT GIRL AND
STSC HONOR ROLL
Mrs. Louise demons Priestly
and her husband Edward B.
Priestly who were graduates of
S. W. T. S. C. at mid term
have been hated on the honor'
roll for the fall semester
$10 from Frank Naivar.
Sunday March 5 1950
and Mrs. Roy Via in Austin.
The candle light ceremony was
performed before an improvised
altar arranged before the fire
place which was flanked by tall
(white candelabra huge baskets
of gladiolius fern and purple
Mrs. Walter Heise was a visit
or in Waco with Mrs. Henry
Hempel and Mrs. Grover Parker
Mrs. Gus Hunka and sons
remple were visitors of relatives 1 Miss Bennie Joyce Kollman be-
here Sunday. i-ame Mrs. Victor E. Kuntz ir a
Mrs. A T. Buchanan nndloublo ring ceremony Saturday
.'aughter of Ballinger were visit- morning in Coupland with the
ors in the home of Mr. and Mrs.! 'Rev. Robert Mohr of the St.
FOOD SALE SATURDAY
The American "Legion Auxil-
iary will hold a food sale Satur-
day morning beginning at 0
o'clock. Proceeds will go to the
Legion Home furniture fund.
You. are invited to buy.
in.nA w Cxnrlm. Cnlinnl
ii ?nn n .m -Mnvnino- Wfirshin. stock. The Rev. O. G. Barrow of-
7:00 p. m. Evening Worship. tficiated at the double ring : rere-
Norman Dow will preach. mon.v and onlJ' relatives and close
J JtaSSSpSJ'SSS? Uft or Housl" mx
of electing. a commissioner or c " - . mxm&A in a
J?" CJFS SLlhlPS accessories and her corsage was
Presbytery and to prosecute tha Sffffi
T.. Puckett and family last week-
end. ; .
Mr. and Mrs.F. L. Tegge spent
last Wednesday Jn Austin visit
Peters Evangelical and Reform-
ed Church officiating.
Mrs. Kunz is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kollman of
Mrs. Hiram Brobne of Burnet
visited relatives and friends here
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ross of
Corpus Christi were week-end
call at Presbytery.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
C. Y. Butler Pastor
Mrs. Tabor is the daughter of
Mrs. Edith Rice of this City and
is a graduate of Bartlett High
Mr. Tabor is tho son of Mrs."
Cora Tabor of Taylor formerly
of Granger where he attended
school. He is now connected with
The American Scnool in Beau-
Ing Mr and Mrs. Stanley Tegge. Taylor and has been employed i
Mi'sses Elsie Marie Hargrove by Hage and Company since
and Evelyn Beyer were Temple graduation from Taylor High
visitors Saturday. Schol.
Mr and Mrs.F. L. Tegge and The groom who is seaman
Mrs. Beulah Denaon of Granger first class in the navy enlisted
attended a party in honor of Mr blowing graduation from Bart-
ami Mrs. Stanley Tegge in Aus- lctt High School. He is the son of
tin Saturday hightfat tho home Mr. and Mrs. Victor L. Kunz of
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Mv C" Yoi'r Rimpvinondp"'
Preaching Service 10 :50 a. m.
Subject "Tho Beauty Of Faitu-. fc where the couple win mnkq
ti ..Ti o ! n.rin itheir home.
iiivuuuiK oex vauf i ivv -i. iu.
Subject "Living Above The'
TwA'D QMt . ivrnnnvllMr- aj'd Mrs; -Balko TttyloivMr
'Women's Society Monday . rni i T.nft T-hr.
At the Ki'ddie Shop sale you .2:30 p. m. of Holland Mr and Mrs A Nnl
will find socks as low as 5 pair." Choir-Rehearsal Wednesday KSfn and AfrMid Mrs Jo-
for $1.00 hand made infant .7:00 p. ni. LYil "'l"' l W"!
Iwvaana nn.lsnr no M (( ntl winv-..l XATn tntvifa inSll f nil Am Qftntf-. ' ' cwti 0- " mfcw
viicaaco wy iuy ua yiivu uiiu aiiii j vr u iitiiv juw w ca uui j-. v-
other Items located at the Ices.
OBTWCB l.yv -p. III. Onf.nf-fnwn o-MPsfs fit thft Wrd.
ding included Mrs. Cora Tabor
i Dr. and Mrs. Jt S. Kqenig.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Schwert-
ner rushqd their son to the hos-
pital Sunday evening. He has
been very ilj v
Mr. and Mrs; Herman Schwert-
ner of Austin were Schwertner
yisitors Sunday "
Mrs Herman Schwertner Jr.
CARD OF THANKS
I want to express appreciation
o the Bai'tlett Fire Dept. for
v'!r fino work in -saving our
'erne when the barn burned at
fur;place Wednesday Only your
-ompt. efficient work saved it
and sons Visited; her parents in and I am very grateful. 0
tallctsville Uigt;WQek . Bill Mw-isr
E. A. Talley father of Mrs. R.
T TTonrfflnlfl. In rriHpnllv ill in
ov.!.!. ti-i i Mr. nnrl Mrs. Flovd Brockon
it xuiiiiu uuajjiliw. -.--. "- -- -
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson ous.n J "ocKume announce uiu
and son Franklin of WIchita'mvftl f n& lb- son' F1yd-
Trnlln nnrl Mr. nnri Mrs. Ifftv " u" -u "
Wacker and daughter Nancy of
College. Station were week-end
n-ests of Sir. and Mrs. John
Lynn Malechek.of San Angelo
visited relatives and friends here
Norman Malechek of Rockdale
visited hi& mother here Wednes
Drand Mrs Gteorge Fowkr
ard son George Jr. were in
Austin Tuesday afternoon.
He is the grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. E. G. Wolf of this city.
15 FROM BARTLETT
The 12th annual Texas Dist-
rict Convention of Lutheran
Brotherhoods of A. L. C. was
held in Ziqn's Lutheran Church
McGregor Feb 23 with inn at-
tendance of 381. Four delegates
and eleven visitors from Bartlelt
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Durant an-' attended.
nounce the arrival of a 7 lb. 0 oz. Tho following from Bartlett
daughter Ina Louise on Feb. 23 attended the Convention: Mr.
in a Temple hospital. and Mrs. Harvey Krsnnr .'
and Mrs. Egon- Lindemnn $
Mr. and Mrs. James Mc Carver . and Mrs. Edwin Krijiai. i J
of Walllnford. Conn" announce Klotz.'O A GuenzeJ Hr.ns Wof
the arrival of a G tf)42'.6z. son Hugo Wolf Edmund Lange Mr.
onFeb".27' '-'' mid Mrs Gilbert Kautwh
He is the grandson of Mr. and iFranJc Fischer and Rev. ''ur
Mrs. Jim McCarver. . W. Sager.
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Ford, Robert C. & Ford, Nora Mae. The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 63, No. 16, Ed. 1, Friday, March 3, 1950, newspaper, March 3, 1950; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth81829/m1/1/: accessed June 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.