The Fayette County Record (La Grange, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 62, Ed. 1 Friday, June 3, 1960 Page: 3 of 6

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FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1960
Tea-Shower Honors
Recent Bride Monday
A miscellaneous tea-shower
honoring Mrs. Marian Mar-
burj’er Thomas was held at
the home of Mrs. Monroe Tol-
le, Monday afternoon, May 30.
Co-hostesses for the occasion
were Mrs Frank Gemar, Mrs.
Gilbert Eck and Mrs. Gladys
Cronenberger. Registering the
guests was Mrs. Edith Struve.
Misses Carolyn Tolle and
Barbara Eck served the |
punch.
The centerpiece on the buf-
ffet consisted of the traditional
rolling pin and the measuring
spoons outlined in ivy. The i
dining table was covered with
a light yellow linen cloth cen- |
tered with an arrangement of
daisies and white candles. Bou-
quets of daisies were used at
vantage points throughout the
1 home.
The various gifts, including
gifts of china, were artistically
displayed.
Refreshments of sandwiches,
nuts, cake squares and punch
were served
Greeting the guests with the | Mrs. Thomas became the
hostesses were the bride and
her mother, Mrs. John C. Mar
burger. The bride wore a cor-
bride of Phillip D. Thomas in
Waco on April 30. They will
leave by plane on June 11 for
sage of sweetheart roses while Scotland where Mr. Thomas
the others wore Majestic dais- j has a scholarship to the Uni-
—......... . versify of Edinburgh.
SI. John's Parish
ANNUAL FEAST
FAYETTEVILLE
Sunday, June 10
Masses 6:30 and 9:30
BARBECUE CHICKEN
DINNER II A. M.
SAUSAGE SCIM’I R 5 P. M.
Dance at Night
JYlusie by Baca’s Orchestra
MORE DETAIES EATER!
IF YOU don't nun what you
want .nsert a want ad.
vv i<: i) i) i n g
DANCE
K.J.T. HALL
FAYKTTEVILLE
Sunday, June 12
Music by
Sil Krenek’s Oreh.
Honoring Robert Krenek
and Violet Bemsliauscn
Adm.: 25c Per Person
Next Dance July 3
DON’T BE MISLED!
Be sure your insurance is covered in strong Stock Companies.
Our agency represents only A Pins AAAAA < nmpanics:
llanovcr Eire Insurance Co., Since 1852
Hartford Eire Insurance Co., Since 1810
St. Paul Eire & Marine Ins. Cn., Since 1853
Continental Insurance Co., Since 1853
WEBER INSURANCE AGENCY
1m1 Grange — Since 1918 — Phone 201
HIGH SCHOOL GYM
LA GRANGE
Thursday, June 9
7:30 P. M.
with “ROBIN’
the Famous Dwarf Entertainer PLUS
,“TOTO”THE SINGING CLOWN DOG
Who Has Been on Numerous TV Shows
(Direct From Hollywood)
ALL SEATS 50c
ENGAGED
fQ FAYFTTF COUNTY RECORD. LA GRANGE, TEXA3
|Drawe Reunion
Held At Warren ton
PATRICIA VOELKEL
The annual reunion of the
descendants of Ludwig I red-
rick Drawe and his wife, Cath-
erine Elizabeth Tiemann, was
hold on Sunday, May 15 al
Zapp’s dining hall In Warren
ton.
A delicious barbecue dinner
wifh all the trimmings was
served at noon, after which a
business meeting was held
which opened with the solig
“God Will Take Care of You”
sung by the whole group. It
was decided to have the next
reunion at the Ledbetter hall
on the same Sunday in 1901,
with a basket dinner. Mr.
Travis F.tzel was plected pres
ident and Mrs. W. G. Mode
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Traump
of Poteef attended the Thuem-
ler reunion at Duhina Sunday
and also visited relatives in
La Grange several days this
week.
secretary-treasurer. ! IIENSELS HAVE PK Nit
Mrs. Lucy Gloeckner of Ros-1 Fifty-three members of the
enberg was the oldest mem- j Hensel family met Sunday at
her present and Chen Ann j the camp of Copper Head Ac-
Etzel, the seven - month - old | ———
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tra- Ike von Minden and children
vis Etzel of La Grange, was 1 of Edinburg came the longest
j the youngest. Mr. and Mrs. j distance.
res for a basket picnic. Every-
one enjoyed the day very
much with plenty of fried
chicken and all the trimmings.
Present from out of town
were Mr. and Mrs. W. A
Steinmann, Mr. and Mrs. W
W. Steinmann and Mr. and
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Mis. Bobby Joe Steinmann
and daughter of Waco; Mr.
and Mrs. R B Swenson and
children of Austin; Mr. and
Mrs. L. R Godwin and chil-
dren and Mr and Mrs. John
Janak and children of Hous-
ton.
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Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Ernest
Voelkel, 6004 Shoal Creek
Boulevard, Austin, announce
the engagement of their dau-
ghter, Patricia, to Alton Ernest
Greeven Jr., 708 West 25th
Street, son of Alton Ernest
Greeven, 411 West St Elmo »
Road, Austin, and the late
Mrs. Baldwin Greeven.
The couple plans ,an August #
20 wedding in the First Eng- m
lish Lutheran church in Aus- | .
tin. 1 pis
The bride-elect, a graduate *
of A. N McCallum High
school, is a senior at the Uni- j
versify of Texas where she is |
a member of Alpha Chi Ome-1
ga sorority, Reagan Literary
Society, Panhellenic, Cap and
Gown, the Home Economics (
Club and the American Home ,
Economics association. She is
to receive her degree in home
economics in June.
Mr. Greeven is to graduate
next spring with a degree in
architectural engineering. At
the University he is a member
of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.
He is a graduate of Austin
High school.
The Voelkcls are former La
Grange residents.
HEARING AID
EXPERT HERE
MR. MICHAEL M. NESB1T,
Hearing Aid Specialist, will ]
conduct a special clinic at:
LA GRANGE. TEXAS
LESTER HOTEL
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8
HOURS: !):(><> a m - 1:00 p m ’
Those who attend this clinic ,|
will have the opportunity to
see and try the new't ype Tone-
master Eyeglass and Ear Level
Hearing Aid* that are featured
on National television, radio, j
and in magazines. These instru-
ments weigh less than one
ounce and gives the user the,
finest hearing known to mod-'
ern science.
No cost or obligation to see
and try these improved models.
Easy budget terms are avail-1
able.
Batteries and cords will
available (or all models.
Serving Your
Community
Over 11 Years
This Hearing Aid Clinic is
held through the courtesy of
at an, drug More, o noi acMH..,=« , y^ust,jn Hearing Aid Service,
in 3 day*, your 48c back. U»e T-4-L Ground Floor, Littlefield Bldg.,
Foot Powder too-g.ve»ant..ept.c. filh street, Austin 1,
toothing protection. Now at La
Grange Drug Co. I Texas.__
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my grate-
ful thanks to everyone for the
many kindnesses extended me
during my illness Particularly
am 1 thankful for the many
prayers and spiritual bou-
quets; likewise the beautiful
flowers, gifts, personal visits,
numerous cards and countless
good wishes otherwise con-
veyed. Your kindly interest
and expressions of cheer are
deeply appreciated. Thank
you, everyone.
JOHN L. SIJLAK
FOR ATHLETE’S FOOT
USE KERATOLYTIC ACTION
Because it sloughs off the infec
ted skin. Then watch fresh, heal-
thy skin replace it. Get Instant-
drying T-4-L liquid, a keratolytic,
at any drug store. If not delighted
NOW! NEW SERVICE FOR THE
HARD of HEARING
NEW 1960
General Admission — 50*
SPONSORED BY:
Iai Grange Junior Chamber of Commerce
ZENITH
QUALITY HEARING AIDS
Will Be Demonstrated By Mr. Herman T. B'izrk
THESE CLINICS WILL BE HELD EVERY MONTH
IN LA GRANGE
AT TIIE LESTER HOTEL TUESDAY, JUNE 7
2 P.M. to 8 r.».
Batteries «nd Supplies
For All Makss
If Unable To Attend
Call Hotel
all makes nl
Full nne-
We repair
hearing aids,
year guarantee on repairs.
Ynn'tl tllm the way yon look
and hear wearing a flattering
Zenith KyeglaaB Hearing Aid
-3-world's most attractive
Lightweight . . • powerful. No
dangling cord, no trace of
•’clothing noloee.’’
FOR FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION
ANY DAY OF THE MONTH
— Write nr Call —
AUDIPHONE CO.
801 WALKER • • - HOUSTON, TEXAS
Oldest hearing center on the Gulf Coast
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SPECIALS THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY. JUNE 2-34
FREE FREE
WE ARE Giving Away Absolutely Free Baskets of Grneeries Saturday, June I
No Obligation. Just Come in And Register!
HUNT’S, Large No. l'i Uans
PEACHES
4 FOR
$1.00
$1.00
HUNT’S, 20 Ox. Bottles
CATSUP
1 FOR
$1.00
HUNT'S, Large No. 2Vi Cans
APRICOTS
3 FOR
89c
HUNT’S, Large No. 2l/si Cans
PEARS
300 SIZE, 4 FOR -
3 FOR
$100
$1.00
HUNT’S, 8 Ox. Size
TOMATO SAUCE
II CANS
$1.00
HUNT’S, 29 Ox. Size
TOMATO JUICE
4 CANS
$1.00
HUNT’S, Solid Pack, 300 Size
TOMATOES
6 CANS
$1.00
HUNT’S, Large No. 2Vi Cans
FRUIT COCKTAIL
3 FOR
$1.00
300 SIZE, 4 FOR
$1.00
HUNT’S, 390 Size
STEWED TOMATOES
2 CANS
35c
MUSSULMAN. 303 Sire Cans
k nm r c A lire
2 CANS
APPLE SAULt
MUSSULMAN, No. 2 Cans
SLICED APPLES
zy c
2 CANS
49c
MUSSULMAN, 303 Size Cans
CHERRIES
2 CANS
49c
LIGHT CRUST
FLOUR
5 POUND BAG
25 LB. BAG
$1.59
39*
NIBLETS, Whole Kernel, 12 Oz. Cans
CORN
2 CANS
35c
NICE, YELLOW
r> AIIJL M A C
2 LBS.
or,,
BANANAS
Zjc
CHICKEN O’ SEA
TTTMA riCII
3 CANS
$1.00
TUNA USH
EARLY BIRD
POUND
uirrix
BLACKBURN MAID
CVDIID
5 LB. JAR
on,,
aiKUr
SNOWDRIFT
3 LB CAN
69c
TFST LINE, 200 Count, All Colors
NAPKINS
35c
TRELLIS, 303 Sire
PEAS
7 CANS
$1.00
BLUE BELL
SUPREME ICE CREAM
HALE GAl,
79c
BLUE BELL
SHERBERT
HALF GAL.
59c
BLUE BELL
MELL0R1NE
HALF GAL.
49c
WESSON OIL
QUART BOTTLE
49c
ncb premium
CRACKERS
LB. BOX
26c
miracle whip
SALAD DRESSING
QUART
49c
PILLSBURV’S OR BALLARD’S
BISCUITS, 3 FOR
25c
ALL FLAVORS
KOOL ADE
3 PKGS.
10c
CHUCK ROAST, LB.
49c
STEW MEAT, LB.
39c
YEI LOW
ONIONS, LB.
5c
AMERICAN BEAUTY
NOODLES, 2 FOR
8 OZ. PKG.
29c
FRESH
LETTUCE
2 HEADS
25c
POLISH PICKLES, Delta, Qt. 33*
RICE, Uncle Ben’s, 28 Oz. Pkg. 45*
CORN, Kounty Kist, Whole
Kernel, Vacuum Packed,
P2 Oz. Cans. 7 for $1.00
• FROZEN FOODS •
EROSTY ACRES Strawberries,
10 Oz. 2 for 39*
FROSTY ACRES Orange Juice,
| Oz., 3 for -r>9*
FROSTY ACRES Lemonade,
6 Oz. 2 for 23*
TASTE O’ SEA Fish Sticks,
8 Oz. Pkg. 32*
W. E. Schulze Grocery
PHONE 64
LA GRANGE

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Sulak, John L. The Fayette County Record (La Grange, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 62, Ed. 1 Friday, June 3, 1960, newspaper, June 3, 1960; La Grange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth986536/m1/3/ocr/: accessed October 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Fayette Public Library, Museum and Archives.

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