The Cameron Herald from Cameron, Texas on March 28, 1940 · Page 6
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The Cameron Herald from Cameron, Texas · Page 6

Cameron, Texas
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Thursday, March 28, 1940
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TI IK CAMERON 11 FR A LH, THURSDAY, MARCII 28, 1010. I, M S ■ • lì* v. with Mr. a?! mon i. visit « M' ITnh ei Lew I - - t*ffc Sm’wwiiwjiritiriwv’p (ill )’ NEWS FROM BUCKIIOLTS | J, R, Ritchie who has been ip s >n in law and daughter, j ? d Mi . John Meyer for some j '! U it for Dallas where he will j i U-. lt relative*. Beatrice WuWhnk. state student and Dorothy Jean TSCW Denton, spent the Easti r holidays with thrir respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. \\ai?<hak and Mr, and Mrs. J. I). Lrwis. Sundav euests in thr Tom Machann >rc «vre Mr. and Mrs. John Kubin . nil\ and Mi-, and Mrs. Johnnie rajro all*« * Caldwell. Mi^s Genevieve Meyer of l*ort Vith wns a recent eu* *t in the horn« h< r father, John Meyer and family. T. F. ( I i -v <•!! «>f Calvert and twin . lìalph arifi Ralehîh, «tudents in exas A & M Collepe were Blindan­ ti! ts in the home of their father nd ¡¿rand tpund parents*, Mr, and Mrs. 1). R, Oiswrll. Miss Effie Blanchi 1 Lawson, student of State University is at home, recovering from nn attack of measles, Ropers. Miss Beatrice Walschak was a Waco visitor Friday. F Lisr.. Ci l AN (TRTATN... SAFE!. That is the enthusiastic opinion of modern home-makers who use an FIND *0*1 TIMi FOR MV MMIir BECAUSE OF THE TIME-SAVING FEATURES OF Mr ELECTRIC RANGE. YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW MUCH FREE TIME ElECTRIC COOKERT GIVES YOU UNLESS YOU. TOO. L Ldrie Electric cookery uvti money, tavtt nnif, and *i*e* work, food, cooked elcctncjlly, pf»»roo«<* N‘iti t health because it retain* all its o»n health* giving (Qualities. Select youi Flecuic Range from the variety of riMKltb availabl< If* ally. new low prices « « è *. ■> ; SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE WHERt YOU SEE THIS SIGN Mr. and Mrs, John Burtls, Mrs, John Kuzel, Miss Irene and E. j, j K uzel spent Sunday afternoon in j Rogers. Sunday guests in the home of Mr, j an<! Mr.-. II. A, Kuzel were Mr. and j Mrs. Willi am Braden and son, Hilly, j Mi'S Julia VYokatv and Mr. and Mrs, i *»»* Joe Knnpek all of Waco. Miss Norma < 1 Kuzel accompanied them home for a j brief visit. Mr. and Mrs, Sydney Clive of Austin wire Sunday quests in the homt of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Ewell. Mr. and Mrs, Oswald Reynold an 1 hahy of Burlington were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Krause Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Kubeeka and son, V. A. spent Wednesday of the fiast week in Caldwell where they vi-itrd their aunt, Mrs. Frank Wo- tika and daughter, Mrs. Earl Karnes. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hyer spent the week end with their son-in lawr and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Horace G. Secrest, Jr., in Austin. Miriam- J. A. Walschak, A. R. Walschak and Lionel Walschak accompanied Misses Beatrice and Genevieve Walschak back to school at State University Monday evening. Miss Charlie Frances Williams of Troy spent tin* week end with her parent . Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Will- TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY 0, biscuits light Delight the eye, And send the spirits Soaring high! That famous Gladiola label Will put those biscuits Oti \bc ir-Me! ftAVIVLA ★FLS 7 L/R* DIFFERENT FROM ANY LOW-PRICED CAR YOU'VE EVER SEEN! lams. Mrs. E. Horatnmnn and daughter. Miss Martha Jane, shopped in Temple Tuesday of the past we« k, Mi.-ses Lydia and Tricie Tomasoik j and Fred Gresitk «pent tin recent Easter holidays in Shreveport, La,, j where they were guests of Miss Annie T omasick. Mrs. E. E. Phillips and Mrs, C. B. j Lassiter, the latter of El Paso, ac- j companied Miss Jane Phillips back to school at San Marcos Tuesday morning. Miss Jane having spent the Easter holidays here. Mrs. Lassiter «ill visit in the home Dr. ami Mrs. W. II. Lyon White in San Marcos. Lee Roy Kubeeka came in Thursday to spend the Easter holidays with his parents, Mr. anti Mrs. V. A. Ku- hecka while Louis, another son, did not come until Monday. Both boys are Texas University Students. Mr. anti Mrs, Raymond Hampel and family of McGregor were Easter Sunday guests in the home of Mr. Hampel’s aunt. Mrs. A. E. Bauch. Mr. an<l Mrs. Bob Bailey, Mr. anti Mrs. Oscar Patillo anti families, were euests of Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Sear- b'-rouph Sunday. Mesdames J. I>. Lewis anti J. A. j Walschak. John Lewi-; and Miss B at rice Walschak were Temple visitor | Saturday. Mrs. A. W. Zajicek anti son, A. W. | Jr.. spent Sunday in the home of her brother in law and sister, Mr. and ! Mrs. Julius Cabron in Burlington. Swift Theatres Will Stage Benefit Show Here on April 4th Stanley Swift of the Swift Theatre- announced Wednesday that on Thursday. April 4th he will stage a return engagement of the picture “Good Bye Mr. Chips,” at the Milam Theatre. Entire proceeds from the picture will be given 1o the fund for crippled children under direction of the Child Welfare Board for Milam county. The picture will be shown matinee and night. THREE FILE FOR TRUSTEE B \LLOT IN CITY Only three names have l»een filed for the school trustee ballot here in April, it was learned today. Mrs. W. 0. Trigirs, J. C. Martin and Drayton Mt Lane, all members of the board are running for re-election. E. A. Perrin, secretary of the board Is required to receive the filings and prepare the ballot for publication after the closing time for filing Contract Will be Awarded for Sharp School Building Karl Johnson, Cameron architect, said early Saturday that contract will be let on April 1st for the new school building at Sharp. The building was destroyed by fire last year when it was almost ready for occupancy. In the construction of the building government aid was given in outright grant. Insurance in the amount of $40,000 was paid to the district following the fire. This money, now in the bank, will be supplemented by funds to be raised by the district anti no government aid will be received on the new job. The amount involved in the building will not be known until bids have been received anti contract let. The building originally cost $70,000.00. Mrs. Joe Gerrick of Sam Houston State Teachers College spent th3 week end in Cameron with her husband and relatives. NEWS FROM LIBERTY SKI Mr. and Mrs. Ed Malone and E. L visited Mr. and Mrs. ,J. K. Miller at Bryan recently. Mr. and Mrs, G. W. Miller of Houston visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller last week. Mrs. R, M. Conner, Jr., and Mrs. R. L. Hildebrand! of Rockdale visited Mrs. Alma Hildebrand; recently. Adrian Miller of Pflugerville spent last week end with his mother Mrs. Kate Miller. Mrs. Ld Robinson, Jr., of Houston spent Saturday niirht ami Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Elmore. Mr. a in I Mrs. Henry Mills, spent last Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Swift. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Waldon, Mr. and Mrs. F. Waldon visited Mr. and Mrs. Cass Waldon Sunday afternoon. Miss Louise Hildebrandt and Walter visited at Cameron last Sunday. Miss Net a Swift is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Reese Ashley at Milano. Mr. and Mrs, John Miller visited Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Waldon Sunday night. Miss House and Mrs. Nesbitt of Salem visited Mrs. G. W. Miller last Sunday. Bob Springer visited in the A. J. Hildebrandt home Tuesday. Mr. anti Mrs. Rutlie Wise and sister, Mrs. .). T. Miller of Belmena spent tlos week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mills at Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Hux and daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Miller Saturday niirht. A. J. llilderbrandt made a business trip to Bryan recently. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Ashley visited Mr. ami Mrs. Jack Bussa Thursday night. Mrs. J. K. Miller and daughter, Lois of Bryan visited her daughter, Mrs. Odie Malone last Sunday. Miss Norma Waldon visited in the Hildebrandt home last week. Estell Gilliland visited May Zell Pounds Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Malone spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hildebrandt. Mrs. Jim York, Mrs. Clayton Miller and Fay visited Mrs. G. W. Miller Wednesday. Mrs. Ernest Elliott and Thelma visited in the Lee Hux home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Buss and Jim- I mie Hartley visited Mr. and Mrs, ; Frank Hartley at Milano, Sunday. Mrs. Kate Miller and children j Delbert Taylor and Odie Mills visited in the G. X. Elmore home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Blackman of Milano visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McCraw Sunday. Joe Kirk visited his brother, Mr. i and Mrs. Gable Kirk at Cameron Saturday. Yernie Miller and Sambo Pounds visited in the Joe Kirk home Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gunnels of Cameron spent this week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, A. ,T. Gunnels, Mrs. Maggie Miller spent this week end w ith her son, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller at Milano, Mrs. ('ass Waldon and Mts. G. W. Malone made a business trip to Temple Thursday. Mrs. Kate Miller visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mills, Sunday. EMORY B. CAMP G. S. BASKIN CAMP - BASKIN Insurance *For your every need’ CAMERON, TEXAS FIRESTONE SUPPLIES FIRESTONE TRACTOR TIRES Wheels, Kims. Low Payments. New Low Costs. ;; RESTONE BICYCLES Trades, Time Payment Plans. FIRESTONE POLISH Iirake Fluid. Radiator (leaner or Seal. Coo! Covers. FIRESTONE BATTERIES We handle our own adjust­ ments—f> to 24 months. Motor Reconditioning Pins, Rings, Pistons FÏRKSTONE Plugs, Fan Iielts, Tire Paint, Top Seal and Oil Filters. SERVICES Used 1(i and 17 Wheels and Axels to build Trailers that 'S tair Car Spare will fit. 16 and 17 Wheels for all cars and trailers USED CARS 1935 V-8 Coach, New Tires and Covers, smooth motor. 19.36 Wyllis Sedan, new Paint, re-upholstering. Gives lots of gas and tire mileage. Bargain price. 1935 Tcraplane Coach, New tires, rings, and seat covers. 1933 Chevrolet, N e w Tires, Paint and Rings. 1931 Chevrolet Coach New rings, paint, tires and covers. 1934 Hudson De Lux Coupe. 1934 Chevrolet light Delivery, Standard. 1933 Chevrolet Standard Coach, good tires, re< conditioned for service. 1933 Terraplane Coach. A Real Bargain. 1931 Chevrolet Truck, 1 il inch wheel base, good cab and motor. 1935 Chevrolet, 157 in. wheel base, Duels, ß wheels. 1937 Teraplane Pickup, long body, 3-4 ton. HORSTMANN BROS. TIRE STORE Cameron, Texas

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