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Shiner gazette. [volume] (Shiner, Tex.) 1893-current, April 16, 1908, Image 8

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School Entertainment
Fridny afternoon the teachers
and pupils of the Shiner school
assomblod ln the primary room
aflor recess several patrons and
friends joined them and the fol
lowing prograro was rendered
Sony Welcome Martha
Huslfo Tressic Lcclbetter Al
ma Muecko Rosa Bercmunn
with chorus by second grade
Soys
Recitation Ive got to go to
school Leslie Merrem
Recitation A song of Easter
Helen Ruhmann
Song Beautiful Bird
Fifth and sixth grades
Recitation Kind Words
Walter Ehlers
Recitation Pitty Pat and Tippy
vtToe Willie Dziewa
Song Littlp Soldiers V
sf Vh v First Grade1
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Recitation Mattie Wants and
Wishes Christa Moeck l
Recitation Suppose
Emily Schmidt
Song Fifth and sixth grades
Recitation House Cleaning
s CarlWelbausen
Kecitation Wishing
WishingBallard
Ballard Fry
Song Goodbye v
Second Grade
Af terflthe program Rev A N
PJedger imade the children i very
earnest jalk upon school life and
theeffepj it should have upon
their future lives
v Dryer School No 2
Joy I joy joy I always joy and never
sorrow
And tils brightness of locUy lends a glory
to toraorrow
Somcliow tliia bit of joy song re
minds us of April days sunny and sweet
rhcn a dash of rain only makes the sun
shine brighter and the skies moro deeply
blue All days aro bright if wo will have
tjtem so i
Whichever way the wind doth blow
Some heart is glad to have it so
So blow it East or blow it West
The wind that blows that wind is
best
Which is but another ay of phrasing
the little motto which wo have quoted
tAU is of God that is and is to be and
Qod is good Dear friends suppose you
try repeating this bit of comfort when
you aro vexed or Eorry or out of tuno
with tlio Infinito in any way It is a ver
itable panacea
Hello Gazette and its readers how do
you all enjoy this rain Farmers of this
neighborhood appreciated it very much
as the soil has been getting hard to plow
Mr D DuUoso of Hamon passecj
through hero yesterday with a drove cf
fine grassed cattle cnroiito to your town
from there he shipped a carload to Dallas
Mr Andres and daughter Emma of
Flatonialiavo arrived here to visit their
kinfolks
Miss Clint Franks oj near HalletsvilU
Is visiting her nephew L Franks this
vcek
Eva Turk spent last Sunday with her
friend Miss Mary Dryer
August Kichat our now butcher is
butchering every Friday regular
Mrs L Turk and eistpr Alvfna Hcrj
click were visiting at the lijm of It G
Dryer last Tuesday
F Andres children liavo beerj down
with measles several days I am glad to
ay that they arc up again at this w rising
Albert Bajrgmann of Bcllo was bcrfc las
Sunday on huMnesa
Miss Lua Simmons of Maurin came
dpwnlast Frilay after her sister Mies
Eva yihQ taught tho Dryer school here
Ben Colo is here visiting tho home of
Guorgo Turk
t Correspondents ara you oil getting
teady for Eastcr I only wish yon
tjould eee What pretty nest I had ready
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City Meat Market
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Good Fat Tender Beef
Sausage and Pork
A Portion of Your Patronago will bo appreciated
A L VRAtfA Proprietor
Easter Programme of the
MethodiSt Stmday
Schriol
Opening Anthem EraUc Him
Praise Him School
Scripture Reading
13 ro Pledger
PRAYER
Song Room for Our Friends
School
Recitation Eistor Greeting
Viola Mutvke
Recitations Tinea little
girls and one boy
Easter Banners Nine Girls
Song Infant Glass
Ministry by Jesus
August Schmidt
Dialogue Three Boys
Easter Bonnet
Alfred Mersoburger
A Childs Gift Frank Pa ol
Recitation Dunnio McMurroy
Recitation Albert Macha
Song Theltjaster jiht
iftyCf School
Christian Symbols Maude
Dunn Stella Wolters Ida
Pfaender Minnie Grasshoff
Esther Dittmar
Ring Happy Easter Bells r
Allen McMurrey
Discontent and Content
Edgar Merrem and Herbert
Holchak y <
Christ on tlioiTllrdhe
Herman
Pagel
If I were a Flower t
Leslie Merrem
He showed them His hands
Mattie Nave
Song Thy Grace We Seek
SeekSchool
ThePool of Bethesria
Annie Schmidt
Eastor Gifts Meta Holchak
Tho Legend af the Lilies
Connie Barnes
Reading Natalia Trautwein
Recitation Ida Barnes
Song Lydia Wagener and
Perry Wendtland
Reading i Mrs Nave
The First Easter Ida Pf aynder
Down in the Lillied Garden
v Anita Helmors and Elsa
Merseburger
Christ is Risen Anthem by
school
Benediction Rev Pledger
To be held at tho Baptist
church Sunday night April 10
at 8 oclock
for Easter eggs but the rain lias ruined
it for good
Oscar Osb orn of Dryer was ijcn among
us last Sunday evening
Mrs Los franks and children and aunt
Miss 0 Tranks wore visiting > us yester
dayocning
li Becka and Etl Kasper were fishing
on the Guadalupo river last ueek Fan
ask them how many fish they caught
Well It Is bed timo so I will ring off
Hope tho Editor will have spaco for this
letter Good night to all
iMay
All of the JJntted States troops at
Fort Sam Houston will participate jn
the patriotic exercises that will be one
of the principal features of tile Spring
Carnival and Battle of Flowers at
San Antonio April 20 to 23
The commandant at the Post has ar
ranged to bavo all tho soldiers con
sisting of infantry cavalry and artll
lerj appear in their best dress unj
oims and the sight will bo on of the
mdst Imposjnjr military pageirits that
Has been seen since the pldiers left
San Antonio for the front at the begin
nlng of the Spaqlsli Araerlcaii war
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ancp Tliejr too need a spring cleaning Tho WoodIs thick
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Friday evening April 10th aged
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Mr John Hcrchek a prosper
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out of Shiner has obtained a
passport from tho state depart
menb afc Washington and will
leave shortly to pay a visit to rel
atives and friends in the old
country We wish him a pleas
ant voyage and A safe return
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Frames all kinds of Glass
Coffins and Tombstones
A New Hearse for use at Fuile
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Call and Inspect ouv Stock
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