The Bandera Bulletin (Bandera, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, August 7, 1970 Page: 1 of 9
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OANRERA, BANDERA COUNTY. TEXAS, I RIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1970
VOLUME 25, NUMBER 9
Miss Short And Hunter Batman Are Married
City Council Names Housing Authority Commission
MARY LOU HILL
AT LIONS CLUB
Mr. arpd Mrs. Leslie hill Short
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Susie, to Mr, Hunter
Batman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James F. Batman'. Jr,,' of E,
Patchogue, New York,
The marriage was solemnized
on Friday, July 24. at 7:30 p.rn.
at the West,Side Church of Christ
in Alpine, Texas, with Minister
Neal. Michael officiating at the
ceremony. The couple was
attended by Mr. arid Mrs. Jesse H.
Daugherty, 111, arid Mrs. Neal
The bride is jL graduate of
Bandera High School and a
student at Sul Ross State
University at Alpine, where she is
majoring in art.
Mr. Batman; before attending
SuL Ross, attended South Dakota
State University and will graduate
at the end of the fall semester.
The City Council of Bandera
met Monday night in the office of
the County Judge at the Court
House with all members present
including MayMr Wilvie Smith and
Council, men Harold Hayes,
Raymond Smith. Howard
Eckhart. Howard Denson and Mrs.
Vera Belle King, secretary, and
Mrs. I.ahree Munsch, treasurer.
The Council recindcd the two
Ordinances No. 18 and No. 1 8 A
due to the fact that they
^Over-riding state^yws. -
Home r Mitchell, Architect,?
Representative of the. Housing,
Authority, appeared before the
Council to approve the
appointmgjU of ’the Housing
Authority Commission and also to
approve a resolution that there is
a need for a Housing Authority
^ Pictured^here are rne-fhbers of D
the Bandera Housing Authority Homer Mitchell.- One inetnber of
#ith Mr. Mitchell and Bandera the' Commission, J. Burgin
Mayor Wilvie Smith. They are left Davenport was not present. Mrs,
to right, C. D. Knibbe, Marvin John Saul, ,a -member, of the
Hay. Mayor Smith, Glen Price and Commission took the picture.
Miss Mary Lou Hill. Housing
Planner for the Alamo Area
Council of Governments, was a
guest of the Bandera Lions Club
Tuesday at the regular weekly
Housing Authority Commission Meets
The—Local—Housing—Aii.Lh-.Q-r.tiy—lunch-eon at the Longhorn
Next fall he plans to attend Texas
Commission harried were as
follows: Marvin Hay. C, D.
Knibbe, Glen Price, J. Burgin
Davenport, and Mrs. John Saul.
At the Monday night meeting
Purple Hills Nursing Home was
annexed into the city limits of tire
Homer Mitchell, Architect Housing Development for Bandera
Representative for the Housing arid the rules and regulations of
Authority, met Monday night at the Housing Commission were
the Court House with members of discussed.
the newly appointed Bandera It was pointed out that these
Housing Authority Commission. Housing projects up-graded a
A&M University where he will
complete his degree in Veterinary
Mr. and Mrs. Batman are at
home in Alpine, Texas.
Mrs. Hunter Batman
LOCAL RED CROSS ASKS FOR YOUR HELP
* The Bandera Chapter of the who have lost loved ones. *
hor American Red Cross is asking for Any amount will1 be
llvl help for victims of the Hurricane appreciated. Send your donations
in beloved Tlelia. - which struck the Texas to Mrs. Pete Reed, Bandera
her eternal coast the first of this week. - American Red Cross, Bandera, or
• j ^ Everyone is urged to give to the First State Bank of Bandera
llness Mrs generously to this special fund and J. Burgin Davenport will see
resident of ra‘s‘n8 project to aid the people that the money gets to the right
c , on the coast who have lost their
jjne tor the . . . .
homes and business, and some
In a letter received in th<e~ presence of two Texas Parks and
Bandera Bulletin office this week Wildlife staff members on January
from J. C. Cooley, Manager of „ 14, 1970. This park has from 300
Economic .Development of tin to 2,0<>0 visitors per week, and
Alamo Area Council, does not have within its
Governments, Mr. Cooley advised boundaries a restroom, thus
us 'that recpitst^-vhavt? been made becoming- nuisance to the
for park development planning for persons attending the park, and to
the City of Bawd dr a arid in the the citizens living in the area.
Park Road 37 area at Medina At first sight it was understood
Yesterday In Sports
M .December 1, 1878 in LeakeyV
Texas the daughter of John and j ■ 5^
iwNancy Ringer Kjttinger, There she CLYDE TAR Veil DE
lovely young womanhood MOURNED iJYMANY
and in September 1894 was
Many friends^ here mourn the
At first sight it
"Continued on page 2," Sec.“2“
HOMER STEVENS, JR. Springs, Texas after an extended
>tEAP FC^T3ALL C0ACK Mr- Tarvcl a nativc (>f La Sallc
County, resided for many years in
Homer Stevens has been BaI1(jera For IIlany vcars he
elected head football coach for ranchccJ i„ the East Verde
Bandera’ High School according to Community and for a number of
M a r v i n C . Sell ncl 1 c , ea r$ was employed in the office
superintendent. Coach Stevens of thc Tax Assessor-Collector, and
and Coach Huffman both a]so thc Free. State Oil Company,
attended the coaching school at Funeral services were held on
Houston this last week , Wednesday, ~ August 5th in
, Shoes will be issued to varsity Cotu)Ia, Tcxas.
football boys on Wednesday Survivors include two sisters,
August 12. The first day of Mr£ Sid MoflVtt, Sr.^of Dilley
workouts will be Monday, August ^ Mrs H_ jy pctry «f Carrizo
17. A scrimmage game will be at■_ $ • two brothers, W. A.
Natalia on Friday, September 4 Tarvcr Gf S;m Antonio and Adrian
at 7 p.rn. and the first game will Tar^r 0f Orlando. Florida,
be at Brackettville on September M Tarvcr w;1,s married to the
Collier* of the Texas Highway
Department at San Antonio, it
was found that this area is owned
by the- Texas Parks arid Wildlife
Department but maintained by Sunday for the Eighth Annual
the Texas Highway Department Homecoming,
through an interagency All spread
agreement. together arid enjoyed the
We respectfully request”for the ^
County of Bandera, assistance in Presented by Murry LeStourgcon.
arriving at a” solution to the J 1 W• Maffett and Rand)
problems of lack of basic facilities MacNaugbton. Sherrill Johnson
at this State owned park and the and others.
investigation of the feasibility of Those who registered were: A-. , ......
this area being expanded. We *• Edwards. Glen Hctncn. Boyd ; Bf Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. James
request that this be carried out Edwards, Mcrva Heincn, David Pylatc and son, Jack Verchcr,
through the Texas Parks and Maltsbergcr, Rcbclca Edwards, Evelyn K, Martin. Jess R. Pearce,
Wildlife Department Local Mr. an^ Mrs. L. J. Edwards, Mrs. John T. Martin, Charles Walker,
Planning Assistance Program, at Eugenia Vawter Bradley. Mrs. J. Beatrice Carol an, Raymond
Relatives, friends, neighbors, Mr. and Mrs.-.Rich,ird Fitzgerald,
families and guests gathered at the Mrs. Loyd Hill, Mrs. Minnie
Pipe Creek Communtiy Center I laves. Mrs. Connie Villcmain,
1 Henry and Gerry Kruger. O. L.
Eller. JoAnn Towles, Gloria De La
their dinners Puente, Mr. and Mrs, Milton
, i .. .. . Mr. and Mrs.
bountiful feast. Good music was, Jerome Edwards, Isabel. Hart, Mr.
and Mrs. Jay Carpenter, Josiyn
Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Earl White,
Mrs. John T. Martin. Jay Edwards,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards,
Jtraricne Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. J.
lJ4JA(?y QUEEN OF SCOT*,
REFERRED TO TH£ BOy WHO
SERVED HER ON THE 60LF COURSE
AS A 'CAP£f HENCt THE
CAODIE OF TOPAy. _
For Your Insurance Needs
preceded him in death several.
W. Lewis. Mrs, T. A. Lewis. Ethel
f the Mrdrnn-no lev to tbc Oamty
WTfr SET FOR
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Alan IX Abe a fid. Eva Lewis, S. A. Armstrong.
Lake Betterment Association and
TTTe Alamo Area l.mim-il oT
NOTICE OF CHAMBER OF - The date for t
COMMERCE MEETING. Toros, the “wind
The Bandera Chamber of team, has been set
Commerce will meet at the at 8 pm. at
Community Room of the First Recreation Center.
State Bank on Thursday, August , Tile Toros * \
Id- Bandera and pres'
The Board of Directors will and all football
An urgent plea has gone'put by
the Salvation Army in San
Antonio for non perishable
(canned) foods for the. victims of
If you would like to donate
canned goods for the victims of
Celia contact your grocer here in
The problems of this area, an
approximately 7 acre site, were
discussed at a Bandera Counts
Committee meeting with the
It is free and you will enjoy it
Judge Roy 41. Adams Bandera>
so do come
Ready Mix Concrete
Death Came to H. Q. Jenkins Missouri, and C. C. Jenkins 'ol
on Thursday. July 30. 1970. in Jacksonville, Florida: one sister,
the State Hospital in Kerrville Mrs. Rachel Michael of Berkley
following an extended illness. . Springs. West Virginia.
Hugh 0. Jenkins was born Funeral services for Mr,
January II. 1889. in Cold-water. Jenkins were conducted Friday.
Kansas, the son of Isaac and July 13. 1970, at 4 o'clock from
Wilhclmina Pfeiffer Jenkins. He Plummer. Funeral Home Chapel
was 81 ycaTs efL-age nt the time.of with' Rev; J. ManlW Reynolds,
1iis death. ' pastor of the First Baptist Church.
He had resided in Bandera for officiating and he was laid to rest
the past 33 years, where lie in the Bandera Cemetery,
engaged in ranching. Pallbearers were Ashley Ruth,
He was a member of the Irving Billings. Wayne Moore,
Baptist Church. Gilbert Moore. Thomas (Bub)
He is survived by bis wife. Mrs. kcc.se. and John Langford,
l ima Jenkins of Bandera: one son. Many friends here were grieved
Harold Jenkins of Bandera: two by bis passing ami offer sympathy
brothers, J. (). Jenkins of.Sedalia, to the bereaved ones.
FURNITURE - BEDDING - CARPET
RUGS - LINOLEUM - LAMPS
DRAPERIES - ACCESSORIES
GIFTS - UPHOLSTERING
I- ; ) ■ . 1 , , : v ;
The Bandera Assembly Order
of the Rainbow for Girls No. 279
will present two of the funniest
one-act p}#ys you will ever sCp,^is
a benefit performance tor Teddy
Obicdo. who recently lost his left
a tin in a car accident.
This affair will be staged at the
Bandera Recreation * Center on
August 6 and 7. at 8 p.rii; each
All proceeds will go to Teddy
to help defr-as his doc tot trills.
The funny pi a vs will be “Ij
Girls A.skeil Bovs for Dates, and
“Tito I armei s Daughter.
For advanced tickets call Linda
Winder, 796 4432.
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The Bandera Bulletin (Bandera, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, August 7, 1970, newspaper, August 7, 1970; Bandera, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1118087/m1/1/: accessed June 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bandera Public Library.