Shiner Gazette from Shiner, Texas on May 25, 1967 · Page 3
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PURE .DRUGS 'PROMPT „ TsmtcV) WILLIFORD DRUG PRESCRIPTIONS PHONE LY 4-2394 AREA DEATHS M. A. HOBBS Hallettsville. — Funeral services for M. A. Hobbs, 710 North Glendale Street, Hallettsville, were held at the Kubena Funeral Home at 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 10, 1967 with Rev. Walter Stevens and Rev. Orlen Steinmann officiating. Burial was in the Salem Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were James Long, Joe Jares, Ernest Hermes, Johnny Steffek, Edgar Appelt, Charles and Guy Henry and Moody Meyer. Mr. Hobbs died in the Renger Memorial Hospital at 9:15 a.m. Tuesday, May 9. He had been in ill health for many years but was not disabled and continued active until a few days prior to his death. A retired rancher, Mr. Hobbs was a past state representative and had served as a member of the Lavaca County School Board for 10 years. Born in Lavaca County, the son of Hubbard and Adelia (Hogan) Hobbs, he had reached the age of 78 years, five months and 15 days. On May 5, 1909 he was united in marriage at Brownwood to Pearl Harber who is listed among the survivors. Also surviving are one son, W. A. (Buster) Hobbs of Hallettsville, one daughter, Mrs. Joe (Lela Mae) Brezik of Hallettsville; three brothers, Joe Hobbs of Hallettsville, Rufus Hobbs of Houston, Sie Hobbs of Luling; two sisters, Misses Lillie and Etha Hobbs, both of Hallettsville; six grandchildi’en and three great­ grandchildren. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by three brothers and one sister. * # * AUGUST MACHICEK Schulenburg — August Machicek passed away Sunday, April 30, 1967 at the Youens Memorial Hospital, Weimar, terminating an illness of one year. He had reached the age of 77 years, seven months and 18 days. Funeral services were held from the Schwenke-Baumgarten Funeral Chapel, Schulenburg, Wednesday, May 3, at 9:00 a.m. with continued services at St. Rose Catholic Church at 9:15 a.m. Rev. Alphonse Padalecki officiated at the Requiem Mass and burial was in the Schulenburg City Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jerry and Jimmy Machicek, Robert Maly, Dennis and Allen Machicek, Dear Mr. Editor, Shiner hasn’t been lacking for activities the past several days; what with graduation exercises at St. Paul this past Sunday and the same coming grandsons, and Louis Riha. nephew of the deceased. Mr. Machicek was born at Praha on September 12, 1889 as the son of the late Joe and Johana (Barcak) Machicek. In 1916 he was united in marriage to Miss Mary Riha at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Praha and the couple settled near Praha where he resided until his death. He was a member of the Praha Catholic Church and SPJST Lodge at Engle. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. August (Mary) Machicek; two daughters, Mrs. Adolph (Rosie) Maly of Moulton, and Miss Agnes H. Machicek of Houston; eight sons, Joe Machicek of Hallettsville, Frank and John Machicek, both of Point Comfort, Adolph Machicek of Ganado, Henry Machicek of Lubbock, S./Sgt. Max Machicek stationed with the US Army in Germany, James Machicek of San Antonio and Julius Machicek of Schulenburg; and 26 grandchildren. Three sisters and a brother preceded him in death. * * * BENNIE ADDICKS Weimar—Justice of the Peace H. W. Hasse Sr. returned a verdict of suicide in the death Saturday morning, April 22, 1967 of Bennie Addicks, 51 years and 7 months old New Bielau farmer. Mr. Addicks was found by his two sons, Lawrence and Franklin, who had been helping him with the milking on the family’s well-kept Grade-A dairy farm. Lawrence’s home is on the adjoining place and Franklin still lives at home, attending Wharton County Junior College. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon, April 24, at Hubbard Funeral Home, Weimar, with interment in the New Bielau Cemetery. Rev. Frank Horak officiated. Mr. Addicks was born Sept. 22, 1915, south of New Bielau, a son of Albert and Bertha (Paweleck) Addicks. He married Miss Mary Annie Wan jura Oct. 31, 1936, and they settled at New Bielau. Ten years ago this month Mr. Addicks was recognized as “Conservation Farmer of 1956” of Colorado Soil Conservation District. He went on to be named one of the top 25 conserva- SHINER, TEXAS up at the public school this Friday night. Congratulations to you graduates for a job well done and the best of everything in the future. Shiner Hermann Sons had their fine May Fest celebration this past Sunday. This is always one of the highlights of the year. I attended Mrs. Otto Gloor’s Kindergarten Graduation this past Monday night. As usual she had a very talented and active group. I am always amazed at the capabilities of these youngsters. Hats off to the local American Legion Post; Shiner was honored this past Tuesday night by a visit from Jack W. Flynt, Commander of Texas American Legion. Mr. Flynt was accompanied by Mrs. Flynt, Texas Auxiliary President from Tulia, Texas. Last but not least there was open house this past Sunday at both Wagner Memorial Hospital and Trinity Lutheran Home. Sincerely, Richard Williford VFW MEETS— Shiner Memorial Post No. 6209 held its regular meeting Thurs day May 11 at the post home. District 24 convention was held in Victoria May 20. Post voted to donate $10.00 toward the Boy Scout projector fund, also to buy a new aide- de-camp cap for Quartermaster Monroe Menke in appreciation for his fine work in the post. Following the regular business session, the post held memorial services, jointly with the Ladies Auxiliary in which the Gold Star mothers were honored. Following memorial services the post and auxiliary held installation of officers ceremonies. -:-o-:-o-:-o-:Weekend visitors in the home of Mrs. Lee Sedlmeyer were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Esse and son Howard of Corpus Christi. Miss Anne Sedlmeyer of San An- Antonio and Joe Sedlmeyer Jr. of Rockport. Shiner Gazette—Shiner, Texas Thursday, May 25, 1967 Representative J. T. Newman (left) had a nice group of people to visit him from Shiner—the Shiner High School Class, Max E. Seidenberger, principal, and teacher Robert Bubolz, and Representative Newman said the nicest group of young ladies and young men he has ever met. Representative Newman said that many schools had visited the Capitol from District 42 this year. He wrote them all and extended a special invitation, and he stated that he felt that this was a good visual education, seeing their State Government in action, and congratulations to Shiner, and its High School group. ATTENTION GRADUATES! Assortment of “Thank You” Notes Jumbo box of 30 ----------------$1.00 WILLIFORD DRUG tion farmers in Texas, chosen from 172 district winners. He served two years in the army during World War II, receiving his discharge in 1944. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Mary Addicks; the two sons, Lawrence and Franklin Addicks; two brothers, Oscar Addicks of Weimar and Fred Addicks of Eagle Lake; and a sister, Mrs. Donnie (Addicks) Pagel of Yoakum. Two brothers, Louis and Robert Addicks and a sister, Mrs. Hardy (Leona) McMillian on Sept. 18, 1963 preceded him in death. Pallbearers were Alvin Prause, Joe Adamcik, David and Victor Wanjura Jr., Sylvester Bittner Jr. and Kermit Thuemler. Ray V Open 7 Days A Week—7 a.m. to 9 p.m. * £1 LY 4-2350 — WE DELIVER i9 GROCERY & MARKET SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 26 & 27 Fresh Fryers, lb .........29c T-Bone Steak, lb ........69c Loin Steak, lb ...........65c Stew Meat, lb..........39c Fresh Ground Meat, lb.. 45c 3 lbs. for $1.25 ALL-MEAT Bologna, lb.............45c Pressed Ham, lb........49c Lettuce, 2 heads.... 29c HOME GROWN Tomatoes, 2 lbs.. __25c Bananas, 2 lb is.........25c Lemons, dozi »n . .... 25c Oranges, 5-lb. baig... 25c Grapefruit, 5-lb. bag.. 29c EDDY’S Bacon Squares, lb.... 31c Sunar, 5-lb. bag 49c WITH PURCHASE OF $5.00 OR MORE GLADIOLA Flour, 25-lb. bag ... $1.95 SUNSHINE SALTINE Crackers, lb. box 30c Potatoes, 10-lb. bag .. 49c BLUE BELL Mellorine, Vi gal 39c MARYLAND CLUB Coffee, lb. can 73c Lipton Tea, 1A lb. box.. 39c RANciTsTH!E^150z7cA^ Beans, 2 cans for 29c UNCLE WILLIAMS—NO. 300 TAN Sauerkraut, 2 cans for. 29c Receive Superior Rating In Debate Patrick Stluka Patrick Stluka and Margaret Vahalik, junior students of St. Paul High received superior rating in the TCIL Speech tournament, held at St. Mary’s University, San Antonio, on May 5 and 6. Although Pat and Margaret did not receive the trophy, they rated high. The topic of this year’s debate was: Resolved: That foreign aid be limited to non-military assistance. There were fifteen Catholic schools from all sectors of Texas participating in the de- Margaret Vahalik bate. Other students participating from St. Paul were Barbara Hartmann and Cynthia Krametbauer, poetry interpretation; Georgie Darilek and Mary Jane Simper, persuasive speaking; Delene Mikes and Beatrice Mia denka, duet acting; and Evelyn K u 1 h a n e k, extemporaneous speaking. The students were accompanied by Mrs. Jerry Mikes, Mrs August Hartmann and Sister Anastasia, their instructor. Margaret Tobola, Dorothy Matula Top In Rural Schools Thirty-two students attending the six rural schools of Lavaca County met at the Sweet Home School Saturday morning, May 13 and were given an examination on the seven subjects taught in the eighth grade. After grading the papers, Margaret Tobola, daughter of Mrs. Justine Tobola of the Witting School was declared valedictorian with an average of 96.85. Dorothy Matula, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Matula of the Witting School was salutatorian with an average of 96.28. Other students making an average above 90 were as follows: Sylvia Jurena, Sweet Home, average 94.28. Rose Mary Matula, Vysehrad, avenge 94.00. Mary Ann Smolik, Ezzell, avexctge 93.28. Katherine Stockbauer, Moravia, average 93.14. Joycelyn Rainosek, Sweet Home, average 90.00. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mueller visited in the home of the Donald Muellers in Wharton Thursday evening after which Mrs. Mueller attended a dance recital in which her granddaughter, Judy, took part, while Mr. Mueller attended a meeting of the Guadalupe Water Association in Eagie Lake. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bednar and son Chris of Austin spent the weekend with their parents Mrs. Joyce Bednar, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miculka and son. Kocians Attend A&M Mother’s Day Ceremonies Mr. and Mrs. Jerome I. Kocian, Donald and Carl of Hallettsville were at A&M University Sunday, May 14 to attend Mother’s Day ceremonies and spend the day with their sun, David. During the flower pinning ceremony, Mrs. Kocian had the honor of pinning a carnation on each member of the White Band of which David was commanding officer this past year. During the day they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. James Kocian and family of Victoria. All had a very enjoyable day. Miss Mayme Merseburger, Mesdames Geo. Turk, Wm. Wendtland Jr., Homer Martin and E. A. Mueller attended a sub-district meeting of the Woman’s Society of Christian Service in La Grange Thursday morning. CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to everyone who helped in anyway during my recent stay in the Frank Wagner Memorial Hospital. Special thanks go to the doctors and the entire nursing staff for their wonderful care. Also to the clergy for their visits and prayers, to everyone who sent get well cards, visited me and inquired about my well-being. Your thoughtfulness will long be remembered and may God bless you for your kindness. Miss Mary Schaefer HOT PIT BARBECUE SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS GREY OAKS INN (HALLETTSVILLESHINER HWY.) Steaks, Seafood, Chicken, etc. Open every day from 5 p.m. till 1 a.m. Except Saturday, 11:00 a.m. till 2:00 a.m. Sunday, 11:00 a.m. till 1:00 a.m. CLOSED WEDNESDAYS BARBECUE PIT OPEN Saturday and Sunday Beginning at 11:00 a.m. (Barbecue to go or eat here) — Patio Dancing Nightly — I Your patronage will be greatly appreciated (19-nc) GonzalesFlatonia Market Reports Gonzales, Texas, May 20, 1967 There were 1965 cattle and 285 hogs consigned at the Gon zales Commission Co.’s regular sale Saturday. The market was very active on all classes. Packer cows were 50c to $1.50 higher than last week. Cow and calf pairs sold fair considering weather conditions. There was some weakness on young stocker cows that should go back to the country. The hog market was very good; about $1.00 higher. Butcher Calves: Good and choice $23.50 to $26.00; Standard $22.00 to $23.50; Commercial $21.00 to $22.00; Utility $19.00 to $21.00. Stocker Calves: Good to choice steers $27.50 to $35.50; Common to good steers $21.00 to $27.00; Good to choice heifers $22.50 to $26.00; Common to good heifers $20.00 to $22.50. Bulls: Heavy weight $20.00 to $23.75; Light weight $18.00 to $20.00; Yearlings $20.00 to $24.00. Cows. Stockers $14.00 to $18.50; Heavy weight $16.00 to $18.90; Cutters $14.00 to $16,00; Canners $10.50 to $13.50. Cows and Calves (Pairs): Good $160.00 to $125.00; Medium $130.00 to $165.00; Old worn out, split and weighed. Hogs: No. 1 tops $22.00 to $23.40; No. 2 tops $21.00 to $22.00; No. 3 tops $20.00 to $21.00; Sows $13.00 to $17.00. * * * Flatonia, Texas May 22, 1967 On Hand: 765 Cattle, 275 Hogs Butcher Calves: Good and Choice $23.50 to $26.50; Standard $22.00 to $223.50; Commercial $21.00 to $22.00; Utility $19.50 to $21.00. Stocker Calves: Good to Choice Steers $27.00 to $35.00; Common to Good Steers $21.00 to $27.00; Good to Choice Heifers $22.50 to $25.50; Common to Good Heifers $20.00 to $22.50. Bulls: Heavy Weight $20.00 to $23.50; Light Weight $18.00 to $20.00; Yearlings $20.00 to $22.50. Cows: Stockers $15.00 to $18.50; Heavy Weight $16.50 to $18.80; Cutters $14.00 to $16.50; Canners $10.00 to $13.50. Cows & Calves—Pairs: Good $160.00 to $215.00; Medium $130.00 to $165.00 Old Worn Out Split and Weighed. Hogs: No. 1 Tops $21.50 to $22.50; No. 2 Tops $20.50 to $21.50; No. 3 Tops $19.50 to $20.50; Sows $12.50 to $17.00. Market was fully steady and very active. There was some strength in price on cow and calf pairs. Packer cows were about 50c to 75c higher. Bulls sold strong. Hog Market was active and sold fully in line with the major markets. Those who visited with Mrs. Agnes Kutach on Mother’s Day were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kutach and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kutach, Evelyn, George and Dennis Kutach, all of Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kutach and sons of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Technik and daughters of Gonzales and Earline Berckenhoff of Shiner. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES Shiner High School Football Field Friday, May 26, 1967 8:30 p.m. Processional ................................................Shiner High School Band Invocation .............................................. Carolyn Schroeder National Anthem ................................... Shiner High School Band Pledge of Allegiance.................................................Morris Boedeker Salutatory ........................................................................ Sharon Pfeil Class History ................................................................ Dennis Klekar Valedictory ................................................................William Dierksen “Auld Lang Syne” ...................................Shiner High School Band Presentation of Diplomas .........................................J. Jack Cloutier President of School Board Presentation of Awards .................Max E. Seidenberger, Principal Remarks .............................................. David Little, Superintendent Benediction ........................................................... Marilyn Schroeder Recessional ................................................ Shiner High School Band Shiner Public School 1967 ELEMENTARY GRADUATION Thursday, May 25 — 7:30 p.m. Shiner High School Gymnasium Processional .............................................................. Elementary Band Invocation ..................................................................... James Miculka Salutatory ................................................................. Sharon Voskamp Introduction of Speaker................................................ Melvin White Graduation Address .............................................. Richard Williford Valedictory ..................................................................... Emil Sembera Presentation of Diplomas ....................................... Brian H. Helweg Benediction ..................................................................... David Kaspar Recessional ............................................................... Elementary Band Students Presented In Music Recital The stage was beautifully decorated for the recital presented by the music students of St. Paul and St. Ludmila’s School Sunday, May 7. However, the program was interrupted about half way through, by what appeared was going to be a severe storm, and the remaining part of the program was given the following Sunday, May 14. Following were the participants: Yvonne Boehm, Sabrina and Laurilyn Watzlavick, Sherry Roeder, Bobby and Marian Strauss, Gloria Petras, Paula nf+n Tfnlic Dinno Ri(J- oiiu a uuicwv. • mmw , U- o ler, Thomas Stluka, Donna Boehm, Cynthia Hybner, Marie Hajek, Vicki and Phyllis Roeder, Lisa and Gina Wagner, Jacquelyn Cloutier, Peggy Maneth, Karen Janak, Gayle Biehunko, Jo Ann Korenek, and August Molnoskey Receives Promotion Ft. Benning, Ga. (AHTNC)— August P. Molnoskey, 22, son of Mrs. Frances A. Molnoskey, Route 2, Shiner, was promoted April 30 to Army specialist fouv at Ft. Benning, Ga., where he is assigned as a sentry scout dog handler in the 26th Infantry Platoon. Spec. Molnoskey entered the Army in July 1966. His wife, Gladys, lives at 9B Baker Village, Columbus, Ga. NOTE OF THANKS This note appears as a small token of appreciation for the many kindnesses bestowed upon me and my family by friends, relatives and neighbors during my recent stay in the Frank Wagner Memorial Hospital, in Baptist Memorial Hospital in San Antonio and while convalescing at home. My sincere thanks go to Doctors Patrick, John Dennis and Robert Wagner, the entire hospital staff and to all the doctors and nurses at Baptist Memorial for their excellent and considerate care and services. I am most grateful to everyone who sent the lovely flowers, messages of cheer, the spiritual bouquets, the visits, prayers and for the inquiries about my well-being. The help and thoughtfulness of everyone will always be remembered. May God bless all of you. Mrs. Joseph Patek Sr. Margaret Vahalik played piano solos; Sabrina and Laurilyn Watzlavick, and Paula and Paulette Valis, piano duets; Gayle Biehunko, Delene Mikes and Sabrina Watzlavick, organ solos; Delene Mikes and Gayle Biehunko, organ and piano duet; Mark Mraz, trumpet solo, Michael Mraz, saxophone; Mark Hybner, saxophone solo; David Mikes, Gary Marek, Mary Ann Janisch, Douglas and Carla Beth Kubicek and John Kovalcik, accordion solos; Warren Darilek and Duff Wagner, guitar solos and songs; Jeffrey Wagner, baritone uke and songs; Carolyn Patek, Delene Mikes, Beatrice Mladenka, Barbara Hartmann and Margaret V aiiUiJ.il, dv/iig T9 AVAA ^UAMAA MW companiment by Warren Darilek; Mark Mraz, Mark Hybner, Allan Marek, Kenneth Rebecek and Michael Mraz played an instrumental number with Cynthia Hybner accompanying. At the close of the recital, Sister Catherine thanked all who had assisted in any way in preparing the program and she also presented the National Piano Playing Certificates to those students who won them when they played in the National Auditions on April 20. Those receiving the certificates were Gayle Biehunko, Jackue- lin Cloutier, Thomas Stluka, and Cynthia Welhausen. ST. MARY'S CHURCH PARISH PICHIC ON FARM-TO-MARKET ROAD 340 Sunday, May 28 HOLY MASSES—6:00 and 10:00 a.m. Serving Family Style Dinner and Supper Consisting of Barbecue, Stew and Sausage WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS Dinner: 11 a.m. — Supper: 5 p.m. Admission: Adults $1.25; Children 50c Plenty of Entertainment and Refreshments on Grounds Music Furnished By Worthing Band You Are Cordially Invited! (20-2tc) ,\vy ,\\v avv av \ avv ,yA ///, ///. ///. ///. ///. V/T VW VJv Vat 7»7 wr tvv Yw* \w w v«V marvelous mixer! great straight! cT a FRESH approach to refreshment Copyright 1M5, Thu Squirt Comnny Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. p. O. 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