The Harper Herald (Harper, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, June 17, 1983 Page: 3 of 4
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Page 3 HARPER HERALD Friday, June 17,1983
Mt. Home-Ingram News
John Masters came by Ned Estes came home from the new well into (that must apply to dogB missed.
and gave a good report, Wednesday from V.A. He
his wife who was operat- gi feeling much better
ed on in a San Antonio now.
hospital, is doing fine and Lee Goff had his birth-
will be home soon. day Sunday. He had more
Mr. and Mrs. Jim th»n 300 guests from all
Wright, her mother, Mrs. over Texas and some from
Willie Bierschwale, and other states.
Mr. 0. Wright, all of Jun- Mr. and Mrs. Callison
ction, were in Mt. Home left for their home in
on Friday. south Texas after spVien-
Jonnie Stone of Kerr- ding some time with Ned
ville was in town Tuesday Estes. We are sorry to see
looking for Earl Hyde, them go.
Earl, as usual, was out of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
pocket. Agnillo of Stafford are at
Mr. and Mrs. Edd their ranch here now.
Walker visited their Someone came into the
children in Ingram on store Friday and asked if
Saturday. my brother, Fred Duder-
The Rocksprings mail stadt, had moved into the
carrier was at the end of Fire Station. I then told
her rope Tuesday when him, “I guess he is there
she put the mail in a box waiting for a fire.” But it
on her route and found turned out that more
the station. Everything is
ready now and if you
want a drink of water
before you start to fight a
fire, it's there for you.
Mr. and Mrs. James
Alexander and girls of
Frick, Texas, visited his
parents in Ingram last
Bob Snow was in Sun-
day enroute to Junction
to a barbecue.
Mrs. McCauley was in
too). A dog ran away from Hillyer Ward was in
the L. D. Prinkmann town Sunday. He said
ranch. He not only ran with a lot of luck they
away from a food basket, willb e moved to Mt.
with a 30-foot rhnin on Home in the near future,
his neck, but left folks You are welcome, Hillyer
who love him. We are and family,
sorry for Cindy.
John Masters was in
town Sunday. He said his
wife is coming along fine
and will soon be home
from the hospital in San
Antonio. , -
Myrtle Dowdy was at Bchllld til©
Tom Gordan, the man church Sunday. We are .
who bought the Yager glad to have you home v/iXtlt©S
ranch, and Stan Draiss from the hospital, Myrtle,
were in town Saturday. We are sorry to hear of
Theymust have thought I the death of John Rotge.
needed more rest as they His family has our sym-
brought a beautiful chair, pathy. By
It is very nice and I am The Callisons left Mon- JODY SHACKELFORD
to speak at
4. R. DUDERSTADT , |JQ
very thankful for it. day morning to go home R^eo is that outdoor
, , , , , , I have always heard of after several weeks with dream that everv voune-
the wasps had beat her to people were there and the person that doesn't Ned Estes. Their home is 8ter needs But not onlv
the box and built a nest. they were getting water know when he is well off at Baycliff. They will be the youngsters enjoy ro-
deo in Harper, rodeo is a
This weekend the Har-
per Rodeoers traveled
across the Hill Country
Pearl and Jackson Re- Carl Pool Chico, Sciel and Visitors of Emma Hahn competing in local rodeos,
union will be Saturday 25 Joe Pool of Fort Stock- were .J*®™ Thursday, June 9 Scott
and Sunday 26 on the ton, Pearl Pool of San Walter, of Mason, and Buzzy Bierschwale
river at the Morgan Park. Angelo, Kenny and Darla Mre- Eumoe wattere placed second m Gates-
A beautiful place to meet! Rook of Junction, ^daons Chfbm and ville in the team roping,
T „ A , As you go through the Charley and Janet of Michael, Polly Glossbren- bringing home a little
gatef tunfleft, then down Katemiy, Hubert and Eva ^ more than a $l,00a
By MRS. MAX HAHN
S.P.C. Club met in the
home of Mr.s Ruth Keith,
June 8, at 2 p.m. Other
members present were
Mmes. Myrle Carlson,
Lois Gove, Emma Hahn,
Massey, Josie Pearl, Min-
nie Walker, Eunice Wat-
by the river.
Shelia D’Spain, Junction,
Friday, June 10, Jim
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Bring a covered dish and Wardenburge of Odessa, Jactoon of Mason. Tom Pickens and Ben-
enjoy the day with us. Shirley Mm?of Junction, We had a good turn ny Barker traveled to a
Over 80 attended the Lee and Rena D’Spain of °utforSchool roping in Junction. Both
Hahn Reunion, h eld London. Their visitors roped well showing the
tr , Sunday, June 5, at the were Bennie Koemer, ““ P®8* week* youngsters who the real
Koemer, Wednesday, p’ t;ih« Wil«nn and Looney conducted -----------
July 13. There will be a jLong Mountam Commun- Mrs. Lillie Wilson and
visitor, Modene Collier.
Everyone enjoyed visiting
and crocheting. Eunice
Watters and Lois Gove
received gifts. Next
meeting will be with Lucy
£ »V. % Center. The reunion
S.P.C. supper on Thurs- u-w a-- “
day, July 21. Delicious re-
freshments were served
Mrs. Marie Beam.
was held first in the early
1930’s, making it about
by the hostess, Ruth, at 50 ^ ItAhaabeen held
the June 8 meeting- annually. Am veiy sorry
Canner Clinic set
. that Max and i were hot
My husband Max en- ^ t* we
The Canner Testing
Nursing-Home in June- ;have ^ oldest, “86" Clinic will be held on New gaskets, gauges
tion on Monday, June 6.
He will be so much closer
Scott and Buzzy Bier-
schwale competed in
Saturday, June 11, was
Crider’s weekly rodeo at
Hunt. Running open bar-
rels was Diane Pape, Shei-
la Zant and Jody Shackel-
ford. Eighteen ran the
Friday, June 17, from 9 “d •*fV f°r open barrels.
most canners will be
, , -, ,____ The Pool Reunion was a.m. to 5 p.m. at the ,,
ft?.”™.86 aTt W hdd Sunday at Little Fredericksbittg Macnine available.
Saline Community Cen- ^Applumwstore. Cannertestmgclnuc.s
many a tnp to see him, I . m, , , about 32 ij sponsored by the
could never thank the yWil_ R ]] ^e^jre gauges should ie Exten-
V.A. Hbspital enough for L^Tof “on Service^ and smootn eamomon run.
then help. He has been m j^atemev - Meta ’ and if .S on,™ has hjjji Fredericksburg Machine The Barkers proved that
the best of hands, "e“. “d has been m(J Xpptamol in rodeo is a family sport.
“thanks.” I could not have md Mrs. Joe Blackmond lid haTbeen Lolmi or cooperation with the Not only did Darla and
ZuuZs ot Buroet- Aubr?“d hi Jdved a^Iard Gillespie County Family Wanda Kay compete, but
In the junior barrels
were Wanda Kay Barker
and Kim Pickens. Kim
placed third out of six.
Darla Barker ran a
smooth exhibition run.
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More than 100 of the
ranching industry’s new
policy makers and leaders
will be in West Texas this
summer to speak during
the most extensive educa-
tional conference ever de-
veloped for southwestern
They will all be gather-
ing for the International
which is set for August 1-
5 at the San Angelo Con-
Those attending have
the opportunity to par-
ticipate in a variety of dif-
ferent sessions featuring
many of the top agricul-
tural minds in the world.
.Management” is the ’83
theme which carries thru
a general session and
three days of concurrent
sessions. The six concur-
rent sessions feature beef
cattle, range manage-
ment, sheep and goats,
wildlife, marketing, busi-
ness management for the
ranch family and a com-
Headline speakers for
the opening day general
session include: National
president Dub Waldrip,
U.S. Congressman Tom
Loeffler, noted South
American rangeman Cas
Maree, Texas A&M
University system chan-
cellor Arthur Hansen and
University of Wyoming
ranch management de-
partment chairman Fee
I Harper Office
Livestock Market Report
Cattle: Cows $1.00 higher. Steers and
Heifers $2.00 to $3.00 higher.
Bulls: 44.00 to 52.50 cwt.
Cows: 30.00 to 43.50 cwt.
Fat Calves: 50.00 to 55.00 cwt.
Choice Stocker and Feeder Calves:
200-300 lb. 70.-100. 55.-70. cwt
300-400 lb. 65.-88. 55 -68 cwt
400-500 lb. 60.- 82. 53.-66. cwt.
500-600 lb. 57.- 70. 50.-62. cwt.
Low Quality Steers: 52 00 to 60 00
Low Quality Heifers: 48.00 to 53.00
Cow and Calf Pairs: 325.00 to
Sheep: Spring Lambs $1.00 higher
Old Crop Mutt Lambs: 60-90 Ih at
40 OO to 43.00 cwt
Old Crop Ewe Lambs: 30 OO (,. iy ,v>
Spring Lambs: 50-65 lb at 4 i r
Spring Lambs: 65-80 lb. at 4b 00 ti.
Fat Spring Lambs: 54.00 to 55 <10
Fat Lambs: 90-105 lb. at 50 00 to
Packer Ewes and Bucks: 8 00 to
Packer Goats: 10.00 to 15 00 cwt
Sp. Stocker Nannies: 15 OO to 25 mi
Spanish Kids: 10 00 to 22 50 hd
Hogs: 200 to 240 lb. - Monda , d
Tuesday: 43.50 to 44.25 -w l,.v
A local dance hall was
broken into and beer and
cigarettes were stolen
from a storage room there
sometime between May
30 and June 1, the
Gillespie County Sheriff’s
Authorities think three
people are responsible for
breaking out a window at
Pat’s Hall on the Old
Harper Road and taking
$60 in beer and mciga-
Deputy Jim Wendel is
investigating leads in the
D. R. “Bob” Wendele, 864-4421
Mildred Duderstadt, 864-4012
J. S. “Mickey” Bell, 997-3281
Lois Jane Wendele, 864-4421
. •' .. sS-
UNDER CONSTRUCTION. Pick your own
colors for this 3 bedroom, 2 bath LARGE
BRICK HOME on IV* acres.
OLDER BUT INTERESTING HOME, on ten
acres close to town, on principal highway,
excellent building sites, good views and
breeze. Excellent terms. Let us tell you about
2 BR„ 2 BATH 14’x60’ mobile home in good
condition on nice lot. Chain link fenced back
yard, covered patio, 3 stall carport, CH A A.
LARGE METAL SHOP BLDG., . concrete
floor, bath, office. Approx. % acre on Hwy.
290. Terms negotiable.
2 COMMERCIAL LQTS, 2.3 acres, on high-
way to Kerrville, wooded. Owner financing.
TWO ACRES, corner of Hwy. 1 and 290 in
Stonewall. Owner financed, good terms.
DINOSAUR ACRES - Residential lot,
5 WOODED ACRES. Beautiful home site in
subdivision with sensible restrictions. Cable
T.V.and central water system.
5 ACRES on paved road 5 miles south of
Harder. Liveoaks and nice building site*
DINOSAUR ACRES — 20 acres, owner fi-
nanced at $2,500.00 per acre.
40 ACRES — Live oaks, small field, well and
windmill. Owner financed, $1,500 per acre.
62 ACRES with new concrete dam and
crystal clear spring-fed creek. Rolling'
wooded land with excellent fence and cross
fenced on paved road 6 miles east of Harper.
386 ACRES - Approx. 90-plus acres im-
proved grasses, fenced into 2 pastures, large
barn, implement died, nice home.' All
minerals. Assumable loan w/additional
32.5 SECLUDED, WOODED ACRES. Nice
building sites, wonderful views, large dirt
tank. Dieer and turkey. % minerals. Approxi-
mately 7 miles from Fredericksburg. Only
$2,200 per |cre. OWNER FINANCING.
10 ACRES — Trees, view, close to fcgwn, ad-
joins 32.5 ac. tract. Owner needs immediate
79.5 ACRES, partially cleared, 7 miles north
of Harper. The price is right for quick sale
with liberal owner financing. Owner needs
100 FENCED ACRES on paved county road.
Beautiful tree8 w/enough open and brush for
excellent hunting. Home site w/unlimited
view. Priced to sell w/good owner financing.
so did the man of the
Benny, as well as Jim
Peril, Scott Bierschwale,
Charles Cantwell and
Billy Hogan team roped
Roping tie down calves
were Steve Raz and Mitch
Before coming to Crid-
ers, Jim Peril, Scott Bier-
schwale and Buzzy Bier-
schwale roped at Bo’s Ro-
deo in Bandera.
If there are any rodeos
around you, be sure and
go to support the Harper
NOTE OF THANKS
Fred and I would like to
express our thanks to all
for their concern, and for
flowers, cards and visits
during my stay in the hos-
pital at Fredericksburg.
We love you.
STONEWALL 22nd ANNUAL
JUNE 17-18, 1983
★ Rodeo each night - 8pm
Rodeo Program Each Night - Lester Meier Rodeo Co.
★ Pavilion Dance each night ★
Friday night 10pm Saturday night
The Last Road
CARNIVAL ALL 3 NIGHTS
Special Thursday—Hand-Stamp Night—One Price Covers All Ride
REGULAR TICKET SALES FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Saturday, June 18 - JAMboree Program
9:00 a.m. Confederate Air Force Air Show
10:00 a.m. Parade
10:15 a.m. Entry deadline for Peach Pie & Cobbler Baking Contest at C-C Building
11:30 a.m. Beef & Pork Barbecue by the pound or plate lunch
1:00 p.m. Open Fiddler’s contest, $200 prize money, and Washer Pitching
2:00 p.m. Chicken Flying Contest
3:00 p.m. Pit Spit and Peach Eating Contest
4:00 p.m. Peach Show & Auction followed by Gillespie County Peach Queen Pageant
5:00 p.m. Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Shiskkabob, Tamales, Burritos, Barbecue, etc.
8:00 p.m. Rodeo — Coronation of Gillespie County Peach Queen during Rddeo
Sponsored by Stonewall Chamber of Commerce
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Almon, Trish. The Harper Herald (Harper, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, June 17, 1983, newspaper, June 17, 1983; Harper, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1035408/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harper Library.