Anvil Herald (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, December 18, 1953 Page: 4 of 20
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Page 4. Anvil Herald, Hondo, Texas
* Friday, December 18, 1963
Of The Fohns -
Baptized Dec. 6
By Mr*. Amos Finger
D’HANIS — Madeline Helen
infant daughter of. MAM Herman
Fohn, was baptized in H«ly. Cross
Church on December 6. Sponsors
were Mrs. Fritz Bendele ahd
M&M Clot us Batto wore at
Hondo Sunday to visit his moth-
er, Mrs. Sarah Batto of Bandera,
who is being treated at Medina
Hospital for a fractured leg.
Judge and Mrs. A. If. Rothe
and Charles I.anfeld v. ere in
Dallas last w-ok for the State
meeting of Judges and Commis-
Mrs. Selby Parker of Corpus
Christi and Mrs. Homer Nestor
and sons of S \ were guests of
LETTER TO SANTA ClAUS
Our Christmos Gift to all you good folks . . . one full week of Extr
Special Good Values for your Chris.'mas! These Prices Good Dec. 1
through Dec. 24.
10 lbs. 89c
Please bring me a doll and a
set of dishes. Please bring me
PET MILK . . .
NO. 303 CAN
WHITE OR YELLOW
oil1forget my FRANCO-AMERI^^OI-rAN
Ue sister Sue. SPAGHETTI
Bevcrlv Noster -----------. - ------
Dunlay. Texas COUNTY KIST - IJ-OZ. VAC. CAN
., e , T>l ■ CORN
Two soldiers of the Hondo area 'mar Slnt.i Please brin? me a —— ---- - -
4*e*-i—,!. 11 n l .1 I.. !..n l.i | .e PIAMONP NO. Hi CAN
3 for ~
*> f-,- oo
Pvt. Edward E. Bohl
.. vr::; zsz. ^ saur kraut
*rday from Medina Hospital Artillery Replacement Training bring me sonm boots to and a
where he had undergone a sur- Center at Fort Bliss. raincoat and a swing that gos
deal operation. They arc PRIVATE LENWOOD a round and a round I am 6
MiM John Rieber, Mrs. NVal- BK.VDKLE, whose guardians are J"»* itr B“lnW ^ !s
ter Burrell and children, and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neuman of .
Dan Nestor visited M&M Clint >b’"d‘. and PRIVATE EDWARD —• °‘d'
. E. BOHL. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ri-ber and son at l topia Sunday. Edward A Bohl of LaCoste.
M&M Lester Zerr and children
of SA visited her mother Mrs. Army }»EC DOMINGO H. OR-
Ursie Turner, last weekend TIZ, whose mother. Mrs. Lupe
M&M William Kellogg return- Qrtlz jjves jn Devine, recently
ed home Friday from their honey- sp,,nt a seven_day r \st end recup-
moon trip in Mexico stationed aboard the destroyer
Guests of the John Zinsmey- Normally stationed in Korea
2 for 49c
From your freind
Merry Christmas to all
1210 18th St.
Dec. 12, 53
I really don’t know how to
Simpson, and M&M Alto Webb onj ed luxuries unobtain. ' wrote to you teRlng you that
of Corpus Christ,. M&M Ernest J ■ on ^ war l0,n pe„,nsula. what I wanted for Christmas was
Lawrence of Columbus, and Mrs. K for you to please help me pray!
Charles Schuehle of Hondo. pvt AI RFRT N rowi FTT ^or health. Well I guess you
Mrs. Nick Ney of Eagle Lake Is h^,e on a ^ day leave from r<'a,ly help£d my ,M°mmy pray
risited Mr,. Oscar Rothe and c chaff Ark Aft„ hjs cause you know I had an opera-
other relatives hero last week. ,piv ; he wiu report back t 0" » ,Aue?s apd was ■ yery:
-Mrs. Fred Stotnmann of Re- t0 Camp Chaffee to be sent over- a,ck baby but God ">>■« have
fusio visited her mother. Mrs. probably to Germany. bpard your prayyrs and *“ my,
Christine Rudinger. last week ’ _________________ ____friends, cause this year I am
The D’Hanis Parent Teachers p\rT HAROLD C SCTTWFERS °n bra(V*s and crutches.
Association is sponsoring a Christ- wh<) ,s with ,hp 3r(1 AAA B;tta|. Adnd I still hope you pray some
mas night dance on Friday, Do- ^ in K is drivin„ a mail »«***• me thts Christmas and
comber 25. in the D’Hanis High . . ,, ■ .. SM nf M&M also for all the sick kids in the
School Auditorium from 8 DO P (-larcncr Schweers and his'wife ";or,d « -vnu ,can 5p?r<> ™ •»
M. until 12:00. Admission will he rp5id„ in „oado she* is the form- ?lertncK,palp 1 would really ^
$1.50 por couple Jimmy Martin Georgia Gilbert nanpy but Mommy says it will
* cost you to much money and I
CALVIN SCHMIDT, ‘K2. ESN. do. wam. y0“ *“ rernemb-r mv
stalion aboard the dest-over 51slrrs and babybr.th-r So ju-t
tender Klondike, is home on leave a? •«»*»* you d,,n ! <<**<* n'w
or us kid s, your visit to our
house is more than welcome.
and his band wiH play
Sent For $1
America’s streets are now
bright with decorations. Ameri
fiorn San Diego. C’aliftirnia. 11.’
is the son of M&M O. K Schmidt
of Biry. Calvin will have to re-
Kirt back on December 28th.
8 OZ. /! nr
MIXED FRUIT . .
. . 402 ?6c
. . $,oz 23c
BAKER'S PREMIUM—8-OZ. PKG.
ROSEDALE IN SYRUP—NO.
CUT; NO. 2
. 2 for 29c
BORDEN'S POWDERED MILK
WHITE HOUSE FLOUR 25 LBS $2.03
NAPKINS . . .
2 pkgs. 27c
. 2 for 35c
TIDE or CHFER
. . 77c
MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE Ih
ELL HOUSE “ ~ ‘
INSTANT COFFEE .
GOLD AAnQAL FLOUR . 10
TY 3OCK E ? OR SWANSDOWN”
CAKE M!X . .
SOJ7 O? DtLL^
t A O 'ID SWEET M»X —22-OZ.
P NTO BEANS
NO 10 SIZE JAR
3 for 2
WHILE THEY LAST!
M-Sgt. SIMONY J. FREY, son | DeIar> sa.nta na?s-‘
ca’s stores overflowing with a i Qf m&M George Frey or Dunlay v';int a a bal1 an l baf
million gifts for our families and js returning home next week af
friends, America’s ears open to ter sixteen months in Japan His
the pleas of those among us who wjfe and two daughters are look
ing foward to a happy Christ
mas. Sgt. Frey’s new address is
423 Overhill Drive, San Antonio
need a helping hand But Christ-
mas won’t really be Christmas
in our hearts unless we share a
little bit of America’s warmth
and-wealth with our unfortunate
neighbors in other lands.
To express America’s hopes for
"Peace on earth,- good-will to
alL” CARE and the U S Gov-
ernment have joined in prepar-
ing a special food gift package Cases tried in
tor relief distribution in 16 coun- this week w*re:
I want a electric train
I want a pony.
I want a electric airplane.
I want two guns of Roy Roger
My sister wants a doil.
My brother wants a machine
I live on 1610 17 St
My namy is Tony or Junior
I want a wedding doll and a
„ , „ _ record player. I don’t have a
oun y ou brother or sister so I am asking
t 3cssrr ■s r rS
Ibis package, containing almost jail. Placed on probation for 6 . h «iri Anw’ nu, '
11 pounds of beef, milk, sugar, months from 12-14-53. rio_t t ri, Pjea*
shortening, prunes, beans and Spencer Gibson, aggravated as-'rea
rice, to a hungry familv abroad Sault, fined $150 plus 30 days in MPrrv Yma«t
The foods were given free to county jail. Jail sentence to run r^ JIL von ^
CARE by the Foreign Operations concurrently with case 2816. I ’ Ann Murfin/.-»
Administration. The $1 is needed Spencer Gibson, aggravated as- 5 j- w
to cover CARE’s cost of shipping sault, fined $150 plus 30 days in
and delivering the package as a county jail. Jail sentence to run sanEs
gift from you. concurrently with case 2817. ' rm 4 vonV
CARE calls this "OperaUon Medford Earl Mitchell, DWI, -s Marv Pod J7a’ ^ dwiThy JL.
Reindeer.’’ Those whom it will fin^d $100 and 3 days in rountv a blackborad and a doll A^nd
help—victims of food and famine jail (Jail sentence).- Placed on ni0Tqp don t‘ rnri,„, Tin-,1-, m
tain refugees who lost everything j
when they fled to freedom—will
call it an act of mercy, a mir-
acle of American friendship. Each Medina County
dollar you send to ‘‘Operation AQCTDArrc
Reindeer.” CARE, 660 First Ave., | Abb I KALIO
New York 16, N Y , or any local
CARE office, .means that a food
Big 24-inch Baby
COMSTOCK—NO. 2 CAN
PUMPKIN PIE MIX . .
OCEAN SPRAY ~
CRANBERRY SAUCE . 2
SUNSHINE CRACKERS . ~
Chocolate Covered CherriesLB 5
WALNUTS, ALMONDS MIXED
CHRISTMAS NUTS .
NO 1 LARGE SOFT SHELL
APPLES W,NESAP O* DELICIOUS |k iji
2 lbs. 3
t 47 5E STALK
5 lb. bnn 3
U. S RUSSETS
WHIIE THEY LAST!
DOLLS — each
Pricilla Alden, Martha Washington, Betsy Ross
DRESSED AND DRAWN
b. 41c 1
1 TO tv LB.
TITLE GUARANTY POLICIES
boys, and girls in Kroeti. and. if
you have some left bring, me,
some but first go >o Kroea and
give them some perant And don’t
forget my brother Jr and my sis-
ter, Linda and Reggie.
v *» tv £j in I in.; i v d 11 > Hint o i"'"'i J Tv . , r*| j.
package hearing your name and : >hon. M1«, Court Houm. Hondo do you kn„i"'iu.hat , want, ,
address as donor v ill reach a
needy family during the holiday
season. Your own Christmas will
have more meaning if you mail
to Ret tax
Send Gift Subscriptions To The
Anvil Herald Special rate* give'
you 5 for $10.00. Save on yourj
own and others, new or renewal
— till December 24 ONLY. Anvil
MOMin-IMM HUT MUtf
want you to bring mg a paif
of guns and a cow boy suit and
a little car with lights I am in
the fir^t erade and my tiffin
Shoulder Crown RoastLB 37c
BROIL OR FRY
Veal Chops . . lb; 39c
Veal Seven Steaks ., lb. 35c
Brisket Stew or Roast lb. 21 c
TENDER AND LEAN
. . .lb. 49c
. . lb. 39c
BROIL OR FRY
sister want a doll and a little | KING OF THE TABLE!
bed. so dont forget to come to
my home. I’ll wait for you with
a Xmas tree ready for the toys.
Lydia and Pete Barron.
1508 Ave. N.
FULL PAGE AD
In Our Gift Section
Spot Tim Soon Jesus house pony
I am a little girl. Please bring
me a doll and doll buggy.
Love, _ .
2101 Ave. O
Loin Steaks . . .lb. 45c
PORK AND BEEF
Ring Sausage . . lb. 31c
50 LBS. UP *
Calf Forequarters . . lb. 25c
50 LBS. UP
Calf Hindquarters . . lb. 35c
Calf Liver . . . lb. 29c
SUMMER SAUSAGE—Vk OR WHOLE
Cervalot . lb. 39c
Send Gift Subscriptions To The
Anvil Herald. Special rates give
yoa 5 for HQ.00. Save on your UA^ I A DH O
own and others, new or renewal Ml JC LAKU . • • O
- ttll December 24 ONLY. Anvil 9
Pork Ham Roast . lb. 5
Pork Shoulder Roast. lb. 4
HOME KILLED LEAN
Pork Chops . . . lb. 4
Pork Pan Sausage . . lb.
Sausage Casings Set... 8
.JOWLS AND TONGUE IN , „ „ -
Hog Heads . . lb 2
LIKE YOU-LIKE ITI
READY TO EAT—4 TO I LB.
SLICED OR PIECE
Bacon Jowls . .
SELECT IN QUARTERS
BULK; OR 1 AND U,E. CARTONS—• LE. BUCKET
a pah $2.05
TILLEY'S FOOD MARKET
if WANT ADS
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Brucks, Lillian G. Anvil Herald (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, December 18, 1953, newspaper, December 18, 1953; Hondo, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth821538/m1/4/: accessed June 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.