Kerrville Mountain Sun from Kerrville, Texas on July 3, 1958 · Page 5
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Kerrville Mountain Sun from Kerrville, Texas · Page 5

Kerrville, Texas
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Thursday, July 3, 1958
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M Kr.rrvMn ?nsHf.ufirm. for More Than 76 . Mountain Snn^Kerrvllle,- Texas, July 3,-1958 Hss Mooi'o Fls Honoree I Entertains For i Daughters Miss Barbara Moore, whose engagement, and approacbiiuv marriage to l,t. Robert I'.in \\ell Mi Gee of Austin has been <m- notmced, was the honnec at ;u informal party Saturday aft-r- noon when her grandieoi!' T, Mrs. W. A. Kawei-U, and her aunt, Mrs. Dorothy Fawcott Womack, were hostesses in the Fawrolt home' on \V<'.;| M'-.i'i Street. Pink, the hride-eVcl '•; elms' n color, was effectively used i>i the decoration;, with a bride's bouquet as the centerpiece |Vr the refreshment table, and a like arrangement on the bu'!' i t. Assisting I he hostesses wen- Mrs. W. C. Kawcetl, Mrs. .1. i>. Patton, Mrs. Carl Peterson, Mrs. Charles .lolmston, Mr;. Martin Stohlinj* an 1 Mrs. I'ob ( Meredith. The gm-sl-; included. a Ki'oup of relat ives ai'd old • time friends of the Fawn-!;, and Moore families. i O <• -4- j Sunday School i Class Meets , The Deborah Class of I he' First Baptist Church met TII-M- day evening at the church when 12 regular members, one service member and t'.vo visitors were present. Mrs. Herman Dobhs Assisted with the program. Mrs. Fi'Mik Wallace asked the invocation and Mrs. Peal Hill taught the devotional lesson. A watermelon parly is planned i'>r July 1"). "0" ^ *^ Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Allgood and children of llillsbnro have 1 een visiting their parents ard grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher, during the p i .1 week . Have a printing problem? Tiring it to (he Kerrville Mountain Sun. (Adv.) Mrs. W. A. Raymond entertained with an informal party Wednesday inoniinjf in her home 1 on the Arcadia Loop when she honored her daughters, Mis.| A. C. Madsen and Mrs. I,am:'r Winters of Houston and Mrs. I'hil Magee Jr., of Kobstown. The younu 1 mati'ons, who as 'Ann Louise, Mary Margaret and Alice Jean Raymond have l:eeil coming to Kerrville for the summer season since they wri small children, have a host friend* who welcome? their return each season. When their father, the late W. A. Ra.vinoad, r,cllri'd from his business interest,-, in Houston and came to Kerrville to live, friends were delighted, and have I,ecu able to sec 1 more of the trio of popular daughters. The quests enjoyed remini':- cinn and visiting with other old time friends of the family. j <•<-<• 'St. Martha's Guild i To Meet In October Mrs. Joe \Vorthinnton, ]>re<i- denl of the St. Martha's Cuii.l of Si. Peter's Episcopal (Church, lias announced that the Guild voiild not meet for the w>:t thivr; months, but that tho October meetiiiH' would i.e held witli Mrs. Scott Schreiner, Mrs. K. I'.. Carruth Jr., anil Mrs. J. 1). Pat ton as hostesses. •t <> <• Mrs. William Haufler .spent tin 1 \veek end in San Antonio with her mother, who is a patient in a hospital there. <> Friends will be interested f o 1< am that. II. K. Scott of 201 i Travis Street, is recuperating; fioni an operation which he un- dti'.vent Monday at the Sid I'e- !( refill Memorial Hospital. j members of the church, with a Mjasket lunch on the l«;Wn of the ''church last Sunday. There were graduates. Mrs. John Holland of Wi-llow is visiting hor daughter, Mrs. W. K. Masst-y, and Mr. Massi-y. Mrs. Karl Durst of Frednr- mrg visited hc'r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ganunoii- thalc-r, Wedncsilay. Mr. and Mrs, Johnny Wilson weir in San Antonio last week |to attend the funeral of Mr. j Wilson's mother who died Tucs- klay. Burial was near Ploasan- jton, Thursday. Kerir County SOIL CONSERVATION NEWS District Supervisors Hoard: George Hnleknmp, Chnirman Warren Klein, Vic-e-Chnirmnn C. M. Dismnkcs, Jr., Secret ary-Trcnsnrer Eddie Dietert R. K. Jones RnnRe Recovery Summer grasses are strut- their stuff following the Juno rains. The seedlings wore these summer grnsses. Defer- men I. and proper use. of rangeland can make this opportunity build hack the de-'irable ranire vi'.ifft.'ilion. The clear running creeks following l.h<- last rain testify to the progress already infide. 1'ield (Jrass Control Mowing will be necessary on many of the fields seeded to native p-rass. The native g|-;i-;s seedlings lake longer to cone up and gel -tailed than '. he competing field grass. Hank growths of Coloiado, or Concho grass, Johnson gra-u, gi-a?slmr, and other fie' d );ra~-;es will offer too milch shade and competition for the. seeded grass. Mowing or shred- Ken Cardwell of Austin was taming out slowly under tho lil-|; uosl lmnK ',- M ^ strength. (')thcr desirable grasses sucli as Vine mosquito, Lindheimei 1 inuhly, Cane blueslem, and Texas rupgrass can be found on din}!; will reduce the competition a family. of the J\ i-iun 1,111 *» »»•' , , . . I IllOht I Watkins Tan ^ «' )v.'. *•'• KH.HS and woe^ | , |V With tho losseiu-d competition and added moisture, growth lias Mr. and Mrs. Simon Cosper of b( ' c ' n 'u-celoratwl. rain just right for j as well as leave protect ion. I'heria, La., spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kramer. Though there arc a few seed heads produced, the desirable, grasses are recognized by wide.' •leaves and succulent forage, Al- T'fc. Eugene Parker of Fort I'eatly they are showing their •Knox, Ky., is visiting his aunt, greater productive capacity. Mrs. Lula Roberts, and other i relatives. Ho is to go overseas in the near future. Sideoats grama, Tall drop- seed, and Plains lovegrass arc .showing 1 up on areas whore Texas wintcrgrass was dominant Mrs. Clint Brown and Polly, during the winter. These- Barrett spent Thursday und grasses «re already ir.iiking Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Lem- eedheads on many places. De-- uel Jones at Copperas Cove. For ECONOMY INTEGRITY COMMON SENSE IN GOVERMENT LOUIS CRUMP For STATE SENATOR Gets Things Done Proven Legal and Administra»iv» Ability Knows How to Save Money Background of Practical Experience with Problems of the Dhlricl MISS SYDNEY ASHTON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Ashlon, is to be married to James Rodney Youngson in I'asademi, California on September 6. Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Parker and daughter, Terry Lynn, of San Antonio visited her parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Bode. They were enroutc to Missouri whore i they plan to spend a week vacationing'. Mrs. Hazel Gillette has returned from a visit with relatives at Round Mountain. Harper News By Mrs. Otto Rahe Mr and Mrs. Walter McDou- ka, Okla., spent last week with ' ' father, Arthur Lang, and relatives- al entertained with a barbecue j^^ dinner at their home Sunday in " ' honor of their grandson, Eu- M om t> C rs of the Boy Scou(s ' ^•c-nc Parker, who is here on a i accompanied by their scout- 'urlough About 25 guests were'masters, returned from Camp ore-sent to enjoy tho occasion. [Wooten Saturday after spending a week. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Smith of Odessa, who had been guests of Ur. Leo Klein and family were visiting in Harper Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Hulda Sagebiel returned home Friday from a several days visit in San Antonio. Jack Parker and wife of San Antonio visited his aunt, Lula Roberts, and other relatives on Sunday. .vho will be their guest for scv- ral •weeks. Cecil Bode and family of Ato- Fredericksburg To Have Three Day Celebration 'Fredericksburg will stage i ler "parents', M"'. 'and Mrs. Ben'and children of Phoenix, Ariz., three day Fourth of July cele Thomas left for home Friday. I are visiting relatives and alsO|-bration under auspices of thi Fhev were accompanied by Mrs. I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.Louis Jordan Post, American Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Parker errrnent now is if a seed crop grasses. Little bluestem a guarantee from those and Tndian- grass are coming in the open •jreas on the better pastures. It s in the brush on those that lave been hard hit in the past. ioth these grasses are prodvic- ng forage and gaining strength ;hough they will not seed until 'all. Deferment now will aid tho seedlings in getting established and the old plants in gaining old-time favorite brass band tunes. The famous half-mile oval ace track and the 3,000 seat grandstand have just been put nto top shape for the cciebra- :ion. Both the American Legion and the Fair Association exten.l a cordial welcome to the gala celebration during the three-d-i.\ Fourth of July Fredericksburg. holidays at IONS invite your family ami friends formally . . . with an invitation of elegance and beauty! Choose from a wide range of styles: printed, engraved or the new Emboss-o-type proseso. The Kerrville Mountain Sun Printing 1 of Distinction Schnerr, in Fredericksburg. Colon Barrett of San Marcos spent the week end with his wife and children. Legion, and the Gillespie County Fair Association. Dates for the festivities are Friday through Sunday, July 4, 5, <5. Thoroughbred horse racing will feature the daily programs Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Phelps'with six purse races scheduled of San Marcos were guests of!each afternoon in addition to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ches-. several good match races planter Bernhardt, last week end. ned during the festivities. Over •$• 100 horses are on the grounds Rev. and Mrs. D. W. fill daily racing programs, attended the wedding of Mrs.'ranging from short races to the Bennett's brother in Hobbs,'final day feature of one mile, New Mexico, last week end. Members of the Presbyterian Church honored the graduates ;if Harper High School who are the annual Independence Derby. Baseball games are dated daily for fast action between the races. Band music will be an added feature with the finest RE-ELECT Jr OF KERR COUNTY State Representative 78th Representative District EXPERIENCE Save $20! Westinghouse 'Mobilaire' Fans $4995 reg. $69.95 As Di//y Dean says, "(.Jet set for the ball game, partner, with tfood ol' FalstaiT Beer. Keep plenty on k'(>— uny good time is t'ahtuff timaJ It's tho buat-tastin' beer you ever vv'et your whistle with." .••.KK TV i'..::. .)..v..;. >, >.u.: ..»•• "."^'.'- \vr.:: LVl'U'. : • • AMERICA'S PREMIUM QUALITY BEER Rolls anywhere — wheels easily from room to room . . . upstairs or down. High and low speeds permit selection of proper cooling power for room size. Chrome mesh safety Grille — front and back. F a m o us Westinghouse 5-year Guarantee. Powerful, efficient mobile fan . . . cools up to 5 rooms at a time! Placed before an open window or door and directed out, the Mobilaire will completely exhaust the stale air from 4 to 5 rooms every single minute, and replace it with cool, fresh air drawn in through other open windows or doors. s A. A. Saenger Distributing Co. HAROLD'S OF KERRVILLE 414 Schreiner Street Telephone .CL 7-6393 826 Water Street Phone CL 7-6604 A vote for Joe Burkett, Jr. is a vote for experience in Governmental affairs. In the Legislature, he served as Chairman of the Veteran Land Investigating Committee which exposed the fraudulent activities in the Veterans Land Board. He also served as Chairman of the House Insurance Committee which wrote the new insurance laws to protect the public and policyholders. At present, he is serving on the important State Affairs, Judiciary and Labor Committees of the House of Representatives. He has served as County Attorney and County Judge of Kerr County. Joe Burkett, Jr. knows the needs of West Texas, having lived in Kerr County for the past 28 years and having been born in Eastland County, Texas. Lawyer — Rancher — A practicing attorney of 24 years experience in Kerr County. VETERAN Joe Burkett, Jr. is a veteran of World War II, having served four years as a field artilleryman, 18 months of which time was in the European Theatre of Operations. RE-ELECT JOE BURKETT, JR. BECAUSE: 1. He has kept all promises made to the people of the district. 2. He is a consistent, hard-working leader for Soil and Water Conservation and Livestock Legislation, all of which are of paramount importance and interest to the people of this district. 3. His practical experience in Legislative Affairs is an important factor in furthering- the interests of this district. 4. He knows and is sympathetic with the needs and problems of local governmental units.

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