Yorktown News-View (Yorktown, Tex.), Vol. 121, No. 3, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 15, 2012 Page: 4 of 14
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Page 4 • Yorktown News-View • Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Cuero Country Opry every third Thursday
The Cuero Country
Opry, sponsored by the
Pilot Club, will feature
“The Swingin Cajun”
with Wade Landry and
his wife Teresa Landry,
from Banson, Mo.
The Chisholm Trail
Swing Band will furnish
the music for each guest
and band member per-
Dinner will be served
at 5:30 p.m. for $6 and
the show will start at 7
p.m. for $5.
Served will be chicken
fried chicken, corn casse-
role, scallop potatoes,
cobbler, and iced tea.
There will be door
prizes and concession
It will be held at the
VFW Hall on N. Hwy 183
N E WS-VIE WYO R KTOWN
The Buesing family are pic-
tured left to right: Crystal,
Dorena, Brad, and Larry.
Dorena was recently diag-
nosed with breast cancer.
A fund to help defray
costs associated with her
treatment has been estab-
lished in her name at the
Yorktown branch of the First
National Bank of Beeville.
Donations can be made at
the bank located at 142 N.
Riedel, Yorktown, or by mail
at P.O. Box 825, Yorktown,
Deadline August 17 to register
for grazing workshop
Ranchers and landowners
interested in learning about
improving their cattle opera-
tion and profitability must
register by Aug. 17 for the
Ranch Management Clinic
on Aug. 21 at the American
Legion Post #0436, 1404
Zanderson Avenue in
Jourdanton. The workshop
will be hosted by the Natural
Service Grazing Lands
Bill Armstrong, who spent
32 years managing the Texas
Parks and Wildlife Kerr
Management Area, will offer
insight on what it takes to
restore degraded, brush
infested land for both live-
stock and wildlife. He will
share tools on how a produc-
er can manage livestock to
positively impact their
Mark Hazard, whose fami-
ly stocker operation has been
described as one of the most
consistently profitable agri-
cultural ventures in the U. S.
and abroad, will share the
principles that make this
operation run smoothly and
Residential, Farm & Ranch, Commercial
Septic Systems Installed, Maintainence
ntracts, Repairs, & Septic System Supplies
Dump Trucks, BackHoe Services and
Cattle Guard Beams, T-post, Iron, Metal Sales,
Weld on Hinges, Gate Latches, &Pipe Caps
Cargo Straps, Corral Panels
Terra - One Liquid Concentrate Soil
688 Albrecht Rd. West
361 - 571 -1246
profitably, year in and year
out. Hazard will also draw
from his experiences as pres-
ident of First Commerce
Bank in West Point, Miss, to
share the banker’s view on
Vance Mitchell is a sixth
generation Texas rancher
who will talk about how he
stays flexible and profitable
in the livestock business by
operating both cow/calf and
stocker operations on his
ranch. Mitchell will share his
philosophy for dealing with
changing livestock markets
and grazing management.
A beef industry expert
from CattleFax will provide
expertise that translates to a
more profitable bottom line.
RSVP by Aug. 17 by call-
ing 361-592-0309 ext. 3 or
email Jason Hohlt at
Cost is $25, and CEUs will
be offered along with lunch.
by Gilbert Pargmann
Most Gracious Father, we worry about
things that we can't do anything about, such
as the weather, what will happen tomorrow,
or silly things that have very little signifi-
Your guidance and direction will always
remain as the faith and assurance that thy
will be done no matter how much we deny it
or try to change it.
Lord, help us to strengthen our faith
through Your blessing and mercy and we ask
it in the name of our Savior, Jesus Christ.
Lord, we are going your way.
Pray for those who are ill, to heal them.
Pray for the suffering, to calm them. Pray for
those in harms way, to watch over them,
The parents of an eight year old boy were
listening to their son practicing away on his
trumpet while their dog was loudly howling
at his side,
Finally, the father said, “Son, why don't
you play something the dog doesn't know!”
The most amazing thing that I learned
about the German people while there is that
they are doing away with nuclear power
because of the possibility of radiation poi-
They also don’t use those twisty light
bulbs because of the mercury in them.
All tractors we saw had license plates.
Didn't see but one pickup truck the whole
They had no ice in stores or at home.
They have no air-conditioning.
All beer bottles and wine bottles are re-
used all the time.
Paper and cans are separated.
All drinking water is mineral water in
I never could figure that out.
No water fountains to get a quick drink of
They take their dogs just about every-
where they go, including restaurants(!), on
boats, in museums and parks (you need to
watch were you walk).
Most wear their wedding rings on their
You can’t pass another car but on the left
side, it's the law.
Didn't have a bad cup of coffee anywhere.
Wine is better than beer and beer is better
If you have a German as a friend(!) you
have a friend for life, especially if you are
The TV programs had Chinese, Western
Cowboys, sitcoms like Maude, all talking
German which was hilarious. Especially on
Maude where Betty White and the grandma
When trying to speak deutsche, I was
doing pretty good until I met Phillip Kemps'
She could talk perfect Spanish and we
could talk and no one could understand what
we were saying.
From then on, I kept getting my German,
Spanish, and English crosswise and couldn't
converse a whole sentence without using any
of the above mixed into the conversation.
I knew what I wanted to say but it didn't
come out right either way.
Pfeifer Family 50th Reunion
The Ernest Otto and Selma Sontag
Pfeifer Family held their 50th Reunion
Anniversary in Nordheim this past Sunday at
the Nordheim Shooting Club.
There were 122 members registered.
The Erwin Pfeifer family hosted the
The oldest lady was Hertha Konrad of
Port Lavaca, and the oldest man, Milton
Pfeifer was also from Port Lavaca.
Youngest child was Molly Marae Gaus,
daughter of Eric and Kimberly Gaus of
Traveling the most distance were Bert
and Christie Hall of League City.
Next years' family reunion will be hosted
by Milton Pfeifer family in Nordheim at the
Shooting Club Hail.
Caroline Hall of Round Top, Texas was
and is again, president, was responsible for
getting a booklet made for the recording the
names of all the descendants, their birthdays,
deaths, and for making space in the booklet
for future births and etc.
Thanks to all the people that was contact-
ed, a complete history and pictures included
in this booklet was completed and will
updated in this book as the years progress.
More later ... see ya.
NISD August Menu
Monday, August 27
Graham Crackers, Juice,
Lunch: Tacos With
Cheese, Romaine and
Tomato Salad, Spanish Rice,
Strawberries and Banana,
Tuesday, August 28
Breakfast: Sausage Roll
Up, Juice, Milk.
Lunch: Chicken Strips,
Garden Salad, Mashed
Bread Choice Milk
Wednesday, August 29
Graham Crackers, Juice,
Lunch: Hamburger or
Chicken Burgers, Burger
Peaches, Choice Milk.
Thursday, August 30
Eggs Toast, Juice, Milk.
Lunch: Spaghetti and
Meat Sauce, Garden
Salad, Carrots and Broccoli,
Garlic Bread, Choice Milk.
Friday, August 31
Biscuit, Juice, Milk.
Lunch: Beef and Cheese
Nachos Romaine and
Tomato Salad, Pinto Beans,
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I GMirMr n r ' ■ - : li'VE NEW!
Our New Administrator!!
Hello, allow me
to introduce myself to
the town of Cuero.
My name is Gabriel
lX a 1 Pallanez and I am the
new administrator of
Cuero Nursing and
I started on May 1st
and have had a great
^experience with the
facility but also the community. Everyone here
has welcomed me with open arms. I grew up in
a small community just like Cuero, which is
probably why I like it here so much.
I am from Midland Texas but grew up in
a small community outside of Greenwood. I
graduated from Texas Tech with an Exercise
Sports Science Degree and a minor in Food and
Nutrition. After passing my administrator test in
April I was given the chance to join the team at
Cuero Nursing and Rehabilitation. I am truly
blessed to be working in Cuero with a great op-
portunity to contribute to the community.
Please come by the facility and take a
look at the new renovations and see what we
have to offer. I would love to meet you!
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1310 E. Broadway • Cuero • 361 -275-9133
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The CUERO RECORD
119 E. Main St. / P.O. Box 351
Cuero, TX 77954
The YORKTOWN NEWS-VIEW
133 E. Main St. / P.O. Box 398
Yorktown, Tx 78164
3 months $10.00
6 months $15.00
1 year $21.00
Plenty of Buyers - All Classes of Livestock
"Your Business Is Appreciated
Sale Begins at 10:30 a.m.
Auction Cafe Open Only on Mon.
7 a.m. to End of Sale
Bus. Phones 582-1561 or 582-1562
Res. Phone 582-1052 Nixon, Texas
Weesatche Volunteer Fire Department
Country Doubles Shoot
Saturday, August 18
Weesatche Community Center
TIME: 10 A.M. Registration Gegins
(5 wan squads) (Shoot Starts Promptly at 10:50 a.m.)
CUTOFFTIME: 1 p.m.
PROGRAM: 60 Girds
<50 Regular 5- 50 Reverse Country Poubles)
HO per person for Shoot/Class Option 5- Meal
*25 for Youth w/Meal
PT i N *5 2-man Team *5 High Regular Poubles
*5 High Reverse Poubles
1pm -9 pm
Tuesday & Wednesday
1pm - 6 pm
9 am -1 pm
Friday & Saturday
*Participants, as well as spectators, shall be on the grounds at
their own risk, & the sponsors or the range assume no liability.
114 West Main
Open from 1pm-4pm
& by appointment
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