The Bandera Bulletin (Bandera, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, July 19, 1963 Page: 1 of 8
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VOLUME 19. Nl VBER 5
HANDERA, IIANDEKA COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JULY
10c PER COPT
Bandera Co. Ranchers
Get Incentive Payments
A total of ,811 applications were 1, 11)63, to Bandera county pro-1 Total mohair applications were
processed and payments made to I Tuners. [283 and $13,019.28, • paid ic-
.producers of shorn wool, unshorn ^ t«tal of I0J applications for cording to information released by
lambs and nmhair for the market- i du',*,1tiv<‘ lament were received j Miss Ada Bnder office
tor shorn wool and $59,805.08 m for Mward : Buddy i Postert, Ag-
payments were made. For un-1 rkiiltuial Stabilization and < fin-
ing year which ended March 31,
i.0ri3. Draft* in the amount of j shorn lambs 127 application* wore! -creation County Committee Ghair-
$77,260.15 were mailed out. on July received and $3,636.09 was paid. | man.
C.IRLS MODEL IN DRESS
The 4-H Dress Revue held Tues-
day afternoon m St. Joseph's
Sc hex 7 Hu. featured work of the
Bander, county girls who sew.
The group presented their beau-
M hlmg ..f dre**e». Mr*. Marvin
Hay and Mrs I. .1 Edwards. Mrs.
John James served as commenta-
tor (lirl* with scores'" of 112 to
125 received blue ribbons; 100-111
received red ribbons; and lielnw
100 white ribbons. All received
tifully d ;ne dresses and skirts barm bracelet*,
and received ribbons and lovely
4-H charm bracelets.
Judges who Judged the dresses
Pictured here are: IBack row,
from left to right, Linda Lewis,
of Pipe Creek; Connie \Adamieti,
anti skirts and the 'girl* who^ Cheryl Bachelor, of Pipe Creek;
irode'.ed vfi-rt Rei'-rd- Linda S,,,.nd row, Beverly .X^cClellan,
Baunsch and Mrs. Johnny E.
Schmidt; 'Composition, Mrs, Ray
Wyatt and; Mi*. G. M Merritt;
Linda Copeland, Terri Reed,- Peggy
Evans. Rita. Brook* and Rita Mary
Linda Lewis looked r.eat in the'over her bathing suit. It is sire.
white cotton blouse she is wear-
ing. It is complete with the blue
and brown print, gathered skirt,
which she made. This i.s Linda's
very fust garment. She received
a ted ribbon.
Connie Adamietz is mixieling
her pretty "pink and white striped
sleeveless dress. The neck and
arm holes are neatly bound with
bias strips of the same material
Button* m (be hack and* has a tie
back belt. With it,she is wearing
a white bolero ■ jacket of white
broadcloth. She has been in 4-H
j two yea/*. She won a red ribbon.
Cheryl Bachelor modeled a pret-
ty /rottop pTaid gathered skirt, her
first attempt at -owing. She had
fun with, this and it looks nice
too. She was awarded a white
Beverly MrtTellah i* modeling
her guy cotton print -a< k dress
which she made especially to wear
less and has a\ round neck which
makes it etfol and comfortable u-
well as ideal for play wear
Beverly is a three year 4-H girl
She received a white ribbon.
A CPA LOGSA HORSE SHOW
AND RODEO SET FOR
.11 LY 27 i
The Appaloosa Horse Show and |
Rodeo will take place on July 27 i
at the Medina Children's Home1
arena on the Medina-Kerrville;
Highway eight miles out .from
■ Many fine horses are expected j
to be on show and halter classes!
for Appaloosa horses Will be at
T9 a m., with a lunch break at noon.!
Performances' classes at ltflt.) jp.m.
followed by • reining. Western •
.pieas-tife, cutting, trail ciass. rop->
tr.sr. barrel race. Trail Riders'
will- leave Medina at 3:30
f ■" the show and rodeo. No ad-1
mis-ion will be made for the show,!
A t ari.ecue supper w>F be serty/1
ed beginning at 5 p.m., for 7'x ‘m
per plate. J
The rodeo start- at 7:30 in thej
even.r.g and will feature jack-pot! Mr
roping, grade school harrels, high|.'lams
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MISS WILLIAMS WILL
MARRY tlR. WOOD
SERVK ES WILL HE
Funeral services for ' Herman
Lewis Thalmann. age 55 years, of
Houston will ne held tonay, Friday,
July 19, 1963, at 10 a.in., in Plum-
j mer Funeral Home Chapel with
Rev, Travis McNair, pastor of
the Bandera Methodist Church,
; ufficiafhig. . Graveside service
with full Masonic rites will follow
in the Bandera cemetery where
interment will be made. Members
of the Masonic Lodge will serve
as pallbearers. Funeral services
i were also held m Houston before
his remains were brought home for
Mr. Thalmann was bom ;n Ban-
dera on April 6, 1908, the son of
i'h| Mrs. Dora Thalmann and the late
ifff Mr, Marcus Thalmann. He passed
' away in .u Houston hospital Tuea-
and Mrs. Vernon A. YV>!•' day' .morning, July 16, 1963,. lol-
of Medina announce the! lowing a long illness.
hool barrel*, open barrels, steer I engagement and approaching mar £je grew up in Bandera, attend-
Linda Copeland!was charming in riding .grate school poles, high!. r,W- their daughter. < dona, ,.4 school and graduated from Ban-
• < school poles, open pole*, saddle j J*ah, to Mr. Charles L. Wood, j ,jera High School. He was a
relay d school). And a movie of J ',m °f Mr. and Mrs. < harles N.‘.. young man ,and after the
the Appaloosa Horse.
her green, yellow and lavender
stripe slub weave cotton. She
may wear it for a sundress or
with a matching jacket. Linda
received a red ribbon.
Tern Reed, a five year 4-H girl
Rodeo admission is $1.00 for
adults and 50< for children.
The public is cordially tnvited*to
modeled this charming outfit she ' "me and spend the day.
made for the "revue. The .sundress -7-
of tan andvjiiege stripe* 1* dec- ANGORA GO AT COMMITTEE
Wood of San Angelo. i of h?s father took on the
The wedding will be August 18 Responsibility of his family. He
in the Medina Methodist Church
at. .6 p.m. Friends are invited.
orated with red and brown ma-j PLANS, FIELD DAY
chine embroidery on the skirt*ami F<»R AUGUST 15
bodice. The red jacket,.;)-- reversi- Chairman A Hie Allsup of the
ble, being lined witi» the ; same Angora Goat. Committee called ai D • » . . ,e •
n ,u ■ VV.....- ’• iring meeting on Monday, July 15. in! ?f°d^ <JderAstern Star
MO< K WOMAN LESS WEDI^NG
WILL BENEFIT NEW
A comedy, the mock WumanlesS
, Wedding, will,be sponsored by the
was -popular with old and young
alike and his passing is being
mourned by hundreds of relatives
and friends here.
On August 23, 1932. he was
happily married to Mias Maggie
Chipraan. To this union, was bom
one daughter,. Billie Jean, Mrs.
James Herriott. The lamily mov-
ed to Houston where they resided
The the County. Agent's office to com-' ' att'r. N"‘ <vW’ Au*uat 2,[for a number of years and he was
bag and sb- r*. .-he dyed t<if match p.'ete .plans for the Angora goat I n'-gh Sch '* iuditenum ^iTmi' ' emp*°5,e‘1 ^
ensemble she is modeling
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Mis* Martha Ann Redding
Announcement of the engage-
ment of Miss Martha Ann Redding
to Pit. tVmens Dona von Haun,
Jr., of Bandera has been made by
her parent*. Mr. and Mrs. William
R. Redding of Fort Worth. The
prospective bridegroom is the son
of Mrs. Ann Haun and Mr. C, A.
Haun of Bandera.
The couple plan to be married at
7:00 p in., August 10 in the First
Baptist Church in Handera
Miss Redding is a graduate of
Handel a High School and has ob-
tained her basic hours at Patricia
Stevens School of Modeling.
Pvt. Haun giaduated ftom Ban-
dera High School and is now Serv-
ing in the U. S. Marine Corps. He
will be stationed at Okinawa for
one year following his leave.
Friends of the couple are cor-
dially invited to attend the cere-
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Boy8 Western Shirts and Pants
Matching Sets of Girls Shorts and Tops
field dav which will be held Aug-1 ! cific Railroad Company. He was
iront f,ued on Page 5. I''™ 1 1 member of the Methodist Church
r.tinued on I age o) f„r children. The. proceeds will go and the ^anUferil Masonic
lor the. benefit of the building "f iVu. lrsA AF.VAM.
j the new Masonic Temple here. | gurvivbr6 incIuue hi
M;^s, J. O. Evans, in reporting 1 wife, Mrs. Maggie Thalmann of
the event said (“Squaw'* Masons)! Houston; daughter, Mrs. James
Masons who are also members of
j the Order of the Eastern Star will
be the characters 1 n the play.
1 It has been about ten years
Herriott of Bandera, brothers, Roy
Thalmann of Houston, .Charles.
Thalmann of Gurrizu Springs;
sister, Mrs. Ruth Ruunger of Ban-
! s*nce a, play of this kind has been ; dera; and two grandchildren, Karen
jj put on by home talent, and - it j an,d Jinuny Herriott; and hundreds
| promises to be a most hilarious I of friends.
'( event.. So, don’t make plans to go I ------------ ------------- ■ - 1 —........
; | anywhere else pn August 2. . |
AWARDED AT HICKS "™ -
A medallion from the Texas
Stale Historical Survey Com-
miHc .'.is awaided Mi - Hei< ilia
Meadows' at the annual Family
Reunion at the orginal Fabian L.
Hicks home now the home of Mrs.
Meadow- The medallion was m
cured and presented, by the Medina
Rose Garden Club'of Medina with
Mrs. George Vaught making the
presentation at the reunion held
last Saturday, July 12th.
The beautiful medallion was
placed on the wall of the porch
at the old home and is shown here.
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OLD MATTRESSES MADE NEW.
Leave orders, at. Leo's Conoco!
Station for quick service or phono!
your order collect to Mayfield
Mattress Company, Kerrville,;
CLearwater 7-6043. In Medina i Aotq
George Whitehead Humble Sta-
tion. yt-- 2-tfc
THE REAL McCOYS
«*, 1 ok.
"You are never defeated un-
til you lose faith in vour-
Two Houses West of
I. E. ADAMIETZ
8W6-3726 Bandera, Texas
Mrs. Meadows and
Flower* are shown w
Tallinn.— 41 is. Howto
her of the Committee
Relatives from all
attended the gala 11
Reunion and the ' fno 1
the form of pits. . ■
salad and beans, uu-
iutts. 1 his food wa- *
new concrete table*
bt til plat ed annual the laige Oak
tree in the Meadows yard.
Chairman of the Family, Re-
union Committee was -Mareeiiuo
t,arri*<in and service with him
were Hubert MaZUitl, Dii k Pax-
rved on the
ton, D. A. Hicks Jr., Dorothy!
Brandt, and the Secretary Treas-
ure.. Merle Dean Kiiiion.
In addition to the food va. ous!
1 aim 1 n c. « ' ■
ptvvidtd t. i tile LtcWW'il k- 4
tons,, 30 chickens. 10 pounds of I
sugar, foui quail* of pickles, aj
'pound of enftee .1 i n ., ..
t total of ilb pv 1 s\Uis ,tl ,t Uvlcta
Dick i'^v:,Ti ga\t ui ant.
nt tlie ttiuiili histoi \ (lint especial-
ly of the original Fabian I.. Hicks,
a pioneer in the Bandi a area. A,
biography cl i atrian Hick* t* t<e-
(Continued on Page 5»
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The Bandera Bulletin (Bandera, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, July 19, 1963, newspaper, July 19, 1963; Bandera, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth644234/m1/1/: accessed June 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bandera Public Library.