The Fayette County Record (La Grange, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 45, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 7, 1953 Page: 3 of 4
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THE FAYETTE COUNTY RECORD, LA GRANGE, TEXAS
toy Mbs Nancy Koehl
Stationed In Missouri
Pvt.' Johnnie Walla, ami of Mr.
and Mis. Le© Walla of hero, lu
stationed at Fort Leonard Wood.
Mo., whore ho wax assign©^ to the
fith Aiinorod Division for basic
training. Pvt. Walla attended Kl-
high school and graduated
i.A Or tinge high st-hisd. He w...
ctlve In F. F.‘ A. work, basket
, US BEFORE
FOR THE BEST
1949 John Deere H. Planter,
ball, hasehall and soft ball. He
also attended A. A M. college.
Ilia address Is Pvt. Jolinu o
I \\ ails l’. S, .. 11114lit, litry. h,
U2d AKA lln. |*lt. 3, pth Armored
Division. Port Leonard Wood, Mo. |
Attends Maintenance 8chool
P*t. Hudr Jjcmmiek, son of Mr. I
I and Mrs. R. F Jermeuek of Co-
j lumhue, Ht. 1, Is a reeont graduate
! of a gevhn week track vehicle
■ course at the Eta Jlfna Specialist
I school In Julian. The course, dl-1
rerted by the Ordinance Depart-
| mi nt, taught the students meth-
ods at maintenance for army track
Pvt. Jecinenek is a graduate ot
La Orange High school and en-
tered the Army In July HdVi and
Is now Stationed in Korea. Ills ad
dress is Pvt. II. f. Jecmenek, tl. S
M07S772, Co. n, 72nd Tank Bn.
2nd Inf. Dlv. APO 24>l c/o P. M„
8nn KimnOtseo, Calif.
The Waster Kgg hunt sponsored
by the Elllhger Mothers club was
held at the school house Thurs-
day afternoon. A large crowd war
Mr. and Mrs. Chris F. Berry
will leave Houston Tuesday
via plane for a visit in De-
troit, Michigan. They will re-
turn Sunday in a new Buick
which they recently purchased.
JJustct and Cultivator
1941 Ford Tractor, completely
1944 Ford Tractor
1M7 Ford Tractor
1943 Ford *rractor
1947 Parmal! WB," Planter,
Buster and Cultivator
1946 One-row Allis Chalmers,
1946 Two-row Allis Chalmers,
John Dterc tone-way Plow
4*. with Seeder t
Lp Grange TYadQr
& Implement Co.
Wed.-Thurs., April 8-9
Ray Milland Helene Carter
" — in r-
“BUGLES IN THE '
Also Short Subjects
Your Ford Tractor Dealer
Dealer in Sinclair and
?03 E. Travis Street
Open Seven Days A Week
*!*' * .-w ." «•"
Sm the DS-106 —over lO'/i cu. ft) Holds up to 44
pounds of frozen foods I
1^*0 fJ*ff J " MV.'I,
TRADE IN tjOWI PUT NEW IDEAS IN YOUR KITCHEN!
SALES and SERVK’E
la grange, tf5cas
present and the event was enjoyed
very much by the youngsters.
Sheriff C. H. Meyer anil family
of HeuUmunt arrived Wednesday
to spehd the Faster holidays here
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jasek of
Freer spent several days hero vis-
iting with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
RoesleV Sf. and Mr. anil Mrs. Wh-
ite Jasek and other relatives.
8. 1,. PH hod a of Freeport Is
home to spend the Faster holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
- Louis Lycka of Anglcton Is vis-
iting here with relatives.
Shcrirf Meyer, W. J. Koehl, Les-
lie Frltsch, IluiTy Hllnsky an;l
Henry Fuchs enjoyed fishing this
week. They caught about twenty
pounds and came hack with the
same saying, “the big ones got
Mibs Blanche Hrachovy, stu-
dent of Sam Houston State Teach
ers College. Huntsville, is spehd
ing the Easter holidays hero with
her parents, Mr. and Mr. Cyril
Mis* Bobble Jean Beran. student
of J. W. 8. T. College, San Mar-
cos, is spending the Easter holi-
days here with her mother, Mrs.
Mr*. L. J. Meyer is visiting with
relatives In Garwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Koepke of La
Grange are spending the Easier
holidays here with Miss Annie
and Mary Koepke.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my grati-
tude to Dr. A^ert H. Broden
of Hallettsvilie for saving my
For the past 19 years I suf-
fered with heart trouble. It
would skip every few beats
and would make me so weak
that I would nearly become
exhausted. Every doctor I
went to would tell me there is
no cure for it. I also had a
fallen stomach. I was terribly
My left arm was almost use-
less .so that I could not lift any-
thing with it for numbness and
pain. My nose was dry and
constantly irritated. Life was
in despair. I had only about
two and a half weeks treat-
ments from Dr. Broden, and
he used no injections and no
medicine. Today I feel like I
never had any heart trouble
and it is like a dream to me. I
wish that every one suffering
as I did would take my advice
and let Dr. Broden do his best
as he did for me and enjoy life
like I am.
Moulton, Texas, Rt. 1
LA GRANGE. TEXAS
MONDAY and TUESDAY
George Montgomery, Karin
Booth. Jerome Cmirtland
Color by Technicolor
Ladies Aid Meets
TIje mopthly meeting of the
Lutheran Ladles' ami \V. M. F.
was held at the church Wednes-
day. The president, Mrs. Alvin
Bunjes. presided. The Scripture
was rend liy Mrs. Alvin Bunjes
and Mrs. (Jus Kautz lead In prayer.
Mrs. Wolber discussed the Out-
look and Rev. Wolber gave the
It was decided to Imve the
Mother’s Day Program In connec-
tion with the Sunday morning ser-
vices on the second Sunday in
The president read the invita-
tion from Mrs. H. T. Flachmeier
for the group meeting, which will
he held In La Grunge in May.
The ladies voted to buy a new
The meeting closed with the
Lord’s Prayer. A delicious lunch
was served by Mrs. Selma Frltsch
and Mrs. Norris Cord©*.
H. D. Club To Meet
The Fayetteville Hum! Demon-
stration club will meet with Mrs.
Felix Buxkemper on April 20 In-
stead of April 13.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Richter of
Columbus are visiting Mr. and
Mr*. Jesse Bertsch and family.
Pag. 9 J
By Mn. Aug. Nolkamper
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to take this means of
thanking the nurses and staff
of Fayette Memorial hospital
and Dr, J. Q. Guenther for;
their solicitious care during my
stay in the hospital, Rev. S. A.
Zientek for his prayers, the
Altar Society Ladies, the K. J.
Z. T. Ladies and all who visit- |
ed me or sent cards and Clow- i
ers. Your kindness will never !
Mrs. Elo Goerig
Baby Sbn Born i
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Finger Jr.
announce the arrival of a ha|jy
boy born in the Youons hospital
In Weimar on Tuesday, March 31.
He' weighed six pounds and 12
ounces and was named' Thomas
Marvin. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs Marvin Finger Sr. and J. M.
Durant of Alvin and John Durant
oT Atvln Is the proud great-grand-
Mrs Ed Olson is a pal lent In
the Osteopathic hospital In Snn
Antonio •where she Is receiving
mcdlcnl attention! She is Improv-
Home Front Convalescent Home
Quin liraddbek came horde from
the Moulton Convalescent Home
Iasi week and is getting ulong
nteeljt at his home.
Garden Club To Meet ,
The Flatonla Garden Club will
meet Tuesday. April 7, at H p. m
The Flatonla Flonr and Feed
Store will have a surprise gift for
each member of the Garden dub
who attends this meeting.
P. T. A. Meet*
The Flatonia P. T. A. will meet
Thursday. April 9, at 4 o’clock In
the High School Auditorium. All
members are urged to attend.
Mrs. O. Harbich announces the
engagement of her son, Thomas
James, to Miss Klimt Itutk Tonn.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Tonn of Glddlngs. The wedding
will take place in llie Holy Rosary
Catholic church lu Houston ou
April lti. Both are employers of
the Southern Pacific lial'itmd
companv In Houston.
Miss Murcelyn Ellinger, (laugh
ter of Mr. and Mr*. Joe EIIIobci.
whs elected District I F. F. A.
sweetheart at a district banquet
held at Eagle Luke lust Thursday
night. Attending the banquet from
Flatonla were Burette Hay. Wiley
Miller,* Clyde Parker. Joe Marshall
Kelly, Mrs. J. L. Ellinger and W
M. Mllllcan. Miss Ellinger will re-
present the district in the area
Sweetheart contest to he held tu
Hrenlium on May it.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Otto and Mrs
Olga Johnson of Houston, Mrs.
Eva Brandt of Columbit.i and Mrs.
J C. Schwake of La Grange were
Monday visitors in the Harry
Mrs. Reynold Pareya and daugh-
ter of Austin are spending the
In That New Pnvilion
Sunday, April 12
John Baca’s Orch.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish In this way to ex-
press our gratitude to all who
were of service, assistance and
comfort during the illness and
upon the passing of our moth-
er, Mrs. Anna Rotter. Especial-
ly are we grateful to the per-
sonnel of St. Anthony's Con-
valescent Home for their un-
tiring care; the Rev. Raymond
Durst, Dr. J. C. Guenther, the !
Koenig Funeral Home and
friends who offered condulanc-
es by means of flowers, cards j
or words of comfort. May God
bless you for your kindness.
Everybody Invited .by Delvin
C. Zingelmann and Bride,
Barbara Ann Weishuhn
D A N C E S
K. J. T. HALL
Sunday, April 12
Ray Baca’s Orch.
Lloyd IJnrkc and Evelyn
Easter holidnvs in the C’has.
I'fc. Edward Mira returned to
Fort Sill. Okia.. after a ©BO day
furlough here with his parents
Billy W. Brown, son ui Mr. and
Mrs. Millard Brown, left last
Tuesday for San Diego. Calif., to
begin his training as a .liarlar.
Pvt. Willie Mica, Aho was re-
cently inducted Into the army, is
Mr. and Mrs. R. Berry Smith
of El Campu were past week-
end guests of relatives and
other friends here.
stationed at Fort Bliss.
Mr. and Mr- I. C. Muricli were
recent Bay City visiters.
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Monday, April 13
Lee Use’s Orch.
Burney Muskc and
ft Amazing swivel top!
• No dust bag or can to empty!
S> Exlra-!argo throw-away bag!
• Complete sot of attachments!
© Motor at bottom for slabilityl
O Powerful Action! Quiet!
© No radio or TV interference!
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WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
Tyrone Power, Piper Laurie,
, Julia Adams
Color by Technicolor
FRIDAY, APRIL 10
“Rainbow ’Round My
Ffifikie Lane, Riliy Daniels.
Color" by Techliicolor
SATUpp^Y, APRIL 11
“Winning Of The
Gene. Autry, Gail Davis,
• SUNDAY, APRIL 12
“Sally And Saint
Ann Bl.vth. Edmund Gwenn,
Also Selected Short Subjects.
Show Begins At 7:00 P. M.
Daily And At 4:00 P. M.
Saturday and Sunday
Everything We Sell -- We Service
^St TVidt f
1. Adjust cambor
2. Adjust colter
3. Adjust toa-in
4. Chock brakos and
5. Inflate tiros ta proper
protsuros* ** * *'**'
•Propor tiro inflation ot off ffmot
9 it o mighty important factof in
•o»y itaaring, oo»y riding, long
Your Friendly Ford Dealer
The tsl Air Zcoor Sedan (above) qnd His "Two-Ten" 2 Door
Shdofl (right)—two of 16 baoutifuftmodaU in 3 groat new series.
You park and **oor with finger-tip ease, • «,
yet the familiar feel of the road is still thoro.
» • Driving is oasier—and safor than over!
Power Steering! It’s yours in Chevrolet for 1953 and
in no other low-priced car!
This wonderful new feature, optional on all models at
extra cost, marks the most important advance in driver
convenience and safety since the automatic transmission,
which Chevrolet also introduced into its field.
Power Steering makes steering virtually effortless on all
roads and at all speeds. It permits you to park, even in a
tight space, with finger-t’p ease. It cuts steering effort
approximately 80%; reduces driver fatigue; makes driv-
ing simpler, safer and more enjoyable than ever before.
But come in! See and drive Chevrolet for 1953 with
Power Steering and all its other exclusive advantages'!
*0*P PIOPLE BUY CHtVBOlIf* THAN ANY OTHER CAR!
Continuation of ttandard oquipmanl and trim a« illustrattd it dopondtnf
on availability ot mat trial. ,
BRASHER MOTOR COMPANY
Weimar - La Grange - Schiilenburg - Flatonia, Texas
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Sulak, L. J. The Fayette County Record (La Grange, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 45, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 7, 1953, newspaper, April 7, 1953; La Grange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth987836/m1/3/: accessed December 10, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Fayette Public Library, Museum and Archives.