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Cuero Record, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1963, Cuero, Texas THE CUERO June 1063 WESTHOFF Services at the Lutheran Church are as follows Sunday Srhool at 9 Divine Wor ship at 8 Daily Vacation Bible School is scheduled for June 17 through June It be held at the parish halL i The Westhoff Community is a city CleanUp sup per at the American Legion Park June Serv ing will begin at 6 Earbej cue and all the trimmings will i be The public is inj vited to John student pastor firled the pulpit at the West hoff Lutheran Church Sunday mommc A very impressive message was delivered by His and baby are spend in the summer months here with his Robert Kueker and family and her par arid WiJJard Kieineck of and Gus Schaffner of Cuero were Thursday visitors she home of and Afflertaach and Caesar Sase of San Antonio visited in the Arnold Schroeder home during of San An tnrao spent the weekend here his Eliza beth June descendants of the Paul Seidel family held their reunion here at the Am en can Legion Park with ap proxirnately 52 in A barbecue dinner with all the tnminings was servedThe de votional was given by WIIEe Seidel of Orange Grove was the oldest relative present and little Brenda Gail Styra of Tyler was the youngest It was voted to have another reunion next year on the first Sunday in June at the same and Lambert Styra family of Tyler came the longest distan I5ABEL A sentinel over beaches that once sheltered Spanish and pirate this structure marks historic Port Isabel State Park on the tip Those attending were and Willie and Louis and Delmar Steve and Otto Seidel and Carol and Louis Straube all of and Beverly of and Paul Miss PauJa and Arien Fred Lies and and Willie Straube and and Melvin Brace and Scon all of York and Dohman and Greeg of Mr and Lambert r Dbebie and Brenda of and Robert and Ronald of and Gordon Dianna and Kristie of Mr and Norman and Edmund aixi Walter ail of Shar on Ed Sesdel oi Three Herbert Lmcke of In the afternoon iursch was ser Everyone enjoyed the Looking forward to rrieet next The Town and Country Trail held regular quar ter rnwunz Thursday even Jint 6 v the Le eson TVre were S4 rnem Prior bus riss a frew sapper trie niain the was tiw esfctior jf for trw rnexypar They Tntii J XV Trad TAo tin in San Antonio i Mary Seifert of Nixon and Emma Lamprecht of I Stockdate spent Thursday in the Seifert and Raymond Pav lik and children of Houston ar rived Saturday to spend several days with her Joe Dorothy Johnson and children of Victoria visited dur ing the weekend in the Alvin Noack and Buddy Noack and sons of Cuero were also Sunday guests in the Alvin Noack home Glad to report Paul Friede rick hsmijsed from the Cuero Hospital Foundation after sev1 eral days medical j Sorry to say that Louise Koenninc and Ben Scharnburg remain quite Schubert and i Gus Baros spent Tuesday I in Cuero on Aivm Koenning and Shirlene and Paul Friede nck were Cuero visitors Wed nesday Mrs Alvin Noark and dau hiT and Ida pent Saturday afternoon in1 Shiner at The bedside of Meeker who had the of failins and frac tunng her peivii She is in a Shiner and BiD Noltei spem weekend in San An tn and Lenis last Sunday in Telfher visiting with and David ley and and Fritz Affler Otto fiilbrich and little grandson Drew Denny were Friday shoppers in and Walter Ger hold and Herman Wagner of Cuero were Saturday after noon visitors of and Eddie Wagner remained for a three weeks visit with the and John Riedese and Timothy and Hy Borchardt attended the gradu ation exercises of Miss Gloria Riedesel Sunday June at 5 at the James Dougherty School of Nurs ing at Memorial Chapel Spohn Hospital at Corpus She returned home with her par ents for Upon her shewill be an evening charge nurse in the Spohn Congratula tions Recent guests and Bill Nolle were and Waldemar of Shin and Arthur Veit and Art spent the weekend in Austin with and Fred Deats and sons and and Mrs Garvis Raney and daugh They were accompanied home by Melanie Weston who had spent the week with rela Patsy Jackie and Dyne Hilbrich enjoyed a field day sponsored by the Chapter of Cuero Sen ior Hi last Tuesday in New They visited the Mis sion Valley Mill and Landa Debra Hilbrich was an ov ernight guest Tuesday of Anna Arnold in Otto Lee Otto Alfred Koen ning and Billy Ray Hilbrich were business visitors in New Braunfels Calvin Mueller and children of and Regina Mueller of Yorktown visited Saturday with and Otto and Robert and daughter of Port Lavaca spent the weekend with and Leon Richard Watson visit ed during the weekend in San Antonio with and Randal Hanks and also in Plea sant on with and Vel and Gus Don ivinror Mr and Harry Lee Mueller and and Miss1 SyHia Ann Mueller of San An ijfjio visitors in J home BottMt By BANS man Ray Hilrjnrn W Traj C and snd Mrs Gerhardt E VL in the of J Be Sure You and other lairj FjroducU Halt ijtmr ij jjui MOO MOO MILK STORE 205 Esplanade CB 54545 Mueiier and family of Cuero i visitors of arrf Knr7 j Mrs had aj prsd vnfori Mr and i Paul and family of and James AiJiKjn and family of j Mr Roland Parfcerj and lamaiy rf Mr and Mrs Chartw and rA Vitttyria spent sd to Cori Aifrtd Koenning spent Quality Repair If For Thrifty Folks Budget wiM that qoattty rvpalr loncer tatf SHOE SHOT JUNE IS DAIRY MILK With Every Mtal CALL CR 53813 FOR DELIVERY DIETZE DAIRY na and and Mary Simecek were Victoria business visitors andi OttwaJt Mark mann and and Hahn attended the Hahn Spellman family reun ion in Cuero and Charles Dill man and son Michael of Hous ton spent the weekend with her and and Harry Lee Mu eller and sons and Miss Sylvia Ann Mueller of San Antonio were weekend guests in the Mueller Segrest and WBuns Sunday in Cheapside at the home of Docia Pearl succumbed in a Gonzales rest Interment was in Bell view Young was rhe sister of Barfield who was one of Westhoffs first and Wijfred Konrad of Houston spent the weekend and John Kon Sound Business Practice Guides Dairy Farmers Operating a dairy farm today is strictly a dollar and cents bu While living on a farm is a way of life which many peo ple earning a living on todays modern farms requires that sound business methods be fully understood and The dairy cow that produces ithe income for the dairyman is one of the most wonderful fact ories in the like any she must be rated for her When her services as a milk producer are she bec omes an important source of me rad and Carlton and and Carl Hattenbach and Those observing birthdays recently were Retha Mae Arndt June 5 Alfred Mueller and Edwin Mills June 6 Wayne Nolte June 6 Ortman June at and leather and other bypr oducts for Throughout her she is per forming other valuable servic providing a major part of Hie nations veal supply and also re storing to the soil at least part of what she removes each Just as a factory owner repl aces inefficient the dairy man must replace inefficient Production records det ermine which cows are good in vestments for the dairyfarm JOINS THE CHASE When Geralds was enter ing the Union Commerce Bank she saw her husband in close pursuit of a man run ning from the She began running beside her husband and asked where he was Im chasing a bank rob he Get out of The bank manager caught the man and recovered that he had John Berning Optometrist GLASSES FITTED 121 Mala Cuero CALL CR 54622 TelAWin US ESPLANADE TV ALL SUMMER STAY CUCUMBERCOOL DELUXE ESSICJ COOLER COOLAIDS 2SPEED 20 FAN WITH STAND LSFEED FLOOR FAN Hit T to tit lM 16 95 frille 5100 CFM Motor never needs Push button Grille on both sides for childsafe pro tection Price includes No installation problems GUARANTEED 5 YEARS DOWN SEE US NOW FOR THE BEST DEAL IN TOWN OX A FEDDERS and AIR CONDITIONERS HEADY TO BE INSTALLED STOWERS TEXAS 53123
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