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Kerrville Mountain Sun from Kerrville, Texas • Page 10

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Ten Kei't'vlllc Mountain Sun, KciTVilte, Texas, April ST, 1050 "A Rtrwttte institution For More Them 66 KERRVILLE MOUNTAIN SUN PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT KEKRVILLE, TEXAS MRS. W. A. SALTER FORREST SALTER EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS 'Office Phone No. 1 Residence Phone No.

341 33n tercel as second class matter at the Post Office at Kerrville, Texas nmlnv flio Aft nf Mnrrli 3. 1870. SUBSCRIPTIONS: $2.50 per year for residents of Kerr and adjoining counties. per year outside trade territory. All subscriptions payable in advance as the Sun stops promptly on expiration.

ADVERTISING RATES Display, column-inch Readers, unions Locals, per line 10c (Minimum (iOc) Classified (Minimum 30c) per line 5c South Texas Press Association Audit Bureau Of Circulations REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS L. C. Davis et ux to Glenn W. "Wilson 22.3 acres out of various surveys, $10 etc. T.

J. Moore to Thadis Stephens ux .5 acre out of survey No. .595, M. Short, $10 etc. W.

R. Mercer et ux to Joseph A. Newman et ux various tracts, $1 Oetc. J. C.

Grayson et ux to Austin B. Stone et ux all of lots 4, 7 and K.W.V2 of block 81, Tivy Addition, $10 etc. Henrietta Richards lots 9 to 13; block Richards Park Addition, $10 etc. J. E.

Hylton et ux to Vincent C. Mule et ux 6.72 acres, Survey 122, P. R. Oliver, $10 etc. P.

J. Huebner et ux to C. A. Clements et ux 1.89 acres, Survey 125, Francisco Martinez, $10 etc. Kerr County to A.

C. Erwin 2.15 acres, Survey G9, Win. Watt, $10 etc. Ransome D. Jones et ux to Albert C.

Smithey et ux 30 acres, Survey 1377, E. Josse, $10 etc. C. J. Smith et ux to W.

H. Bearing lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and block 69, Tivy, $10 etc. Mrs. Emmie Lindner et al to Gertrude Spenrath, Various tracts. W.

E. Fry et ux to Donald Alcott et ux S. E. feet lot 726; sail of 727 and N.E. feet of '728, block 102; B.

C. Richards Ad- $10 etc. T. W. Corbett et ux to Glenn C.

Bradley et ux SE four feet of lot 26; all of 27 and N. E. 16 feet of 2S; block 104; Westminster An- 2iex Addition, $10 etc. G. L.

Richeson et ux to Lynn Young et ux all of lot 1, block 33; Westland Place Addition, $10 etc. A. E. Budnik et ux to Kerr 'County Lumber lot 16, G. N.

iFree subivision, $10 etc. E. W. Louwien et ux to A. P.

Allison lots 7 and 8, block 14; Westland Place Addition, $10 etc. G. L. Richeson et ux to I. L.

Raiford S. W. 70 fett? of lot 8, block 1 Blue Bell Hills Addition, $10 etc. G. P.

Cade et ux to Tom C. Ramsey 5 acres, survey 133, Amelia Reinman. $10 etc. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE Christian Science Society services Sunday 11:00 a. Sunday School 10:00 a.

Wednesday 8:00 p. Water Street. "Everlasting Punishment" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, April 30. The Golden Text is: "Draw night to God, and he will draw night to you. Cleanse your hands, ye sinners, and purify your hearts, ye double minded" (James Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the from the Bible: "If ye keep my commandments, ye shall abide in my love; even as I have kept my Father's commandments, and abide in his love" ('John The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passage from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "The substance of all devotion is the reflection and demonstration of divine Love, healing sickness and destroying sin" (page 241).

ASBURY METHODIST CHURCH Oak Park Road and 1st Street John Foster, Pastor 10:00 Sunday School, Dub Haney, superintendent. 11:00 morning worship. 8:00 p. m. service.

7:00 p. m. Tuesday M. Y. F.

8:00 p. m. Wednesday Prayer meeting. April 6 wil Ibe observed as NationaPHome Demonstration Week. Wilson M.

Rutherford Attorney At Law General Practice Arcadia Theatre Building Office Phone 1092 Sales Service Kerrville Motor Company Service For ALL CARS HILL COCHKANE -I2-1 Karl Han-ell Street Phono Political Announcements The candidates whose names appear below announced subject to the Democratic Primary, July, 1950. For Representative, 86 District: C'ALLAN GRAHAM (Re-election) H. J. ANTOINE For District Judge: ROSS DOUGHTY (Re-electun) For District Attorney: JIM WEATHERBY (Re-election) For Sheriff: EARL GARRETT (Re-election) For County Clerk: LAWRENCE STEPHENS (Re-election) For Connty Treasurer: EMIL GOLD (Re-election) For County Attorney: WILSON M. RUTHERFORD JAMES E.

(JIM) NUGENT (Re-election) For Tax Assessor-Collector: E. H. NICHOLS (Re-election) Fqr Justice of the Peace: Precinct One: VIRGIL STORMS (Re-election) For Commissioner Precinct One: HENRY ECKSTEIN (Re-election) Precinct Three: CHESTER SPENEATH Precinct Four: LEE GOFF W. H. FURR (Re-election) Preview Of Movie Showing Kerr Is Seen Here Friday A sneak preview of "Town and Country," a motion picture short featuring Kerrville, was held last Friday by the producer, H.

K. Carrington, in Kerrville. The short will have its world premier at the Arcadia sometime in May and features a number of Kerr County people. Dr. P.

B. Hill and Adam Wilson III are shown in the wedding scene, with about 50 others shown in the background. The short is a movie of contrasts, showing the everyday ranch life in West Texas and the dude ranching in this area. Carrington said the movie will be released to houses all over Texas and the nation, will be reduced to 16mm. size and shown to four million school children, and will have a minimum television showing of 31 stations.

The preview was shown to about 20 people, including the actors and members of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, who assisted in the production. A HOLY CROSS LUTHERAN CHURCH 'Junction Road at Spence Avenue A. B. Wagner, Pastor Sunday morning worship begins at 10:4. Sunday School and Adult Bible Class begins at 10 o'clock.

Mrs. Dan Auld returned last week from a several weeks' stay in Rochester, Minnesota. add zesi to the Kour Ask for. it either loth trade-marks mean the same thing. shop refreshed BOTTLED UNPER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY Kr.KKViLLli COCA-COLA UO'lTUNO COMPANY i 1950, The Coca-Cola Company In Kerrville And Kerr County You'll Find Hellman's Mayonnaise and Nucoa Legion Grocery And Service Station, Legion Landgrege Grocery Market Your Way Food Store No.

2 and in 14 Ib. prints, your favorite NUCOA! Adkins Bernhard Red White Piggly Wiggly Schreiner Cash Food Your Way Food Store No. 3 1. Suofi As sweet and fresh as can be bought at any price, And Nucoa margarine is as rich in food energy and as fine a year-round source of Vitamin A as any other churned spread, So Smooth I Nucoa spreads so smoothly and easily even when cold. Pound after pound, it's as uniformly rich and smooth as the most ex- osnsive spreads.

3. Hill Billy Grocery Market Kerrville Food Market Wonderful, wonderful Nucoa costs little more than half as much as expensive spreads. ygs, you CAN sriii Buy At extra may prefer to buy regular Nucoa. It colors so easily, so evenly you'll be delighted. Incidentally, two pounds color almost as quickly as one.

Yes, one "bowl-mix" gives you two pounds of smooth, delicious Nucoa all ready to use. Main Food Store Lewis Red White it's America's most popular margarine NUCOA and HELLMANN'S MAYONNAISE West End Grocery Service Station Handy Andy Jasper Moore Grocery Market Ingram.

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