The Bandera Bulletin (Bandera, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, July 19, 1963 Page: 4 of 8
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THE BANDERA BULLETIN
FRIDAY. JULY 19. 1963
By Mrs. Edith Evans
The Fourth of July week-end home rnude pralmes that
proven to. be an exceptionally ,women enjoyed very much.
At State Park there
were a large number of campers
and the water felt very good to
ail who were swimming. Water
skiing ami boating was enjoyed by
a great number which proves that
three is a lot of water sport1 here
at North Medina Lake. '
Mrs. Lillie Stufflebean has been
busy this past couple of weeks
making Ceramics at the Fort Sam
Houston Hobby Shop.
Visiting the U. L. Eiiers this
week were Mrs. Donald Shery, of
Sheryiand, Texas; And the Eiiers'
On Friday morning, July 5, this granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alton
reporter vdriving by 32nd St.
on Park Road S', and saw Mrs.
ivedeil O’Neil lying on the ground
by her miu box. Mr. Wilfred
Leibold anc Mr. Bob Eaurie help-
ed Mrs. O Ne to stand and then
J he-mi n , ear as close to her
as possible and she sat in the car
and waite... for her daughter, Mrs
Charles Walker to arrive. After
Mrs Waiter came Mrs. O’Neil was
taken't( Sid Peterson Hospital in
Kerrviile where she was operated
• o: for a broken hip. Mrs. Walker
reports that her mother is get-
ting along fine.
Volunteer Fier Dept. Aux. Meet*
The Woman’s Aux. of the Volun-
teer-Firt Dept, of Medina Lake
met jit the Fir* House on Monday
evening at 8:0(1 p.m. The meet-
ing was opened with prayer by
Mi- < i L Filler, the minutes were
1 read by Mrs. Robert ^larkqif,
The hour to meet was then
brought <>ut and it was decided
to meet at 8:00 p.m., in. the sum-
mer month- arid at. 7:3(1 p.m.,
starting ii October'for the'winter
months. The ladies voted on it
and the motion was passed.
HI Gf/VERAL STORj
Joliliston of Inez
Miss Karen McGregor of San
Antonio is spending this week
with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Markolf here at the
Visiting wiin the Bob MarkoUsj
ia.il week-end were Mr. and Mrs.
Mallei Lawrence of Austin, Texas.
it i; reported that MSgt.
Charles Junes and TSgt. Lory
FJCaris nail a short visit with each
other m Saigon, South Viet Nam,
a coupie ol weeks back. They
have known each other several
years and both their families live
here at North Medina Lake.
Sahara and Patricia Mefgele are
spending three week- Witt, their
grandmother and Mrs. Gib John-
son in Kenedy.
Mrs. H. It. Mergele attended
Frost Style Show at the St.
Anthony hotel m Sail Antonio as
the gue.-t of Mrs. W. L. Moody
111 .and Mrs. Virginia Moody
Miss Kathy. Mergeie spent four
day.- with her parents here at the
Lake. She lias been attending
summer school in Nut Antonio.
Master Alton Rose is visiting the
Attorney General David Buckson of Delaware. is shown coming from the Mayan General Store
for a ‘‘mock’’ shoot-out with Famous Waco Williams, the fastest gun alive. In the lowei photo guns
blaze as Waco makes his lightning draw.
RAINBOW GIRLS HAVE
In celebration of the founding
of the Order of Rainbow for Girl*
Assembly in 1922, and its founder
Mark Sexon, the Bandera Assem-
bly Order of Rainbow for Girls
enjoyed a fun affair at the Me-
sonic Hall last Saturday evening.
The affair was highlighted by a
“mock initiation” in which .the
original . ritual was used. Kay
Jeffery, the oldest Rainbow Girl
present, was “initiated.” The girls
were dressed in costumes popu-
lar in the roaring twenties and
the program was a hilarious one
Following the “initiation” a pic-
nic was enjoyed at the G. T. San-
didge picnic grounds. Rainbow
Girls, their sponsors and guests
enjoyed wading, swimming, a visit
to the dinosaur tracks, and the
’'delicious food: About 38 were
present for the festive occasion.
GRANDDAUGHTER OF MR.
AND MRS. FLOWERS
Mr. and Mr*. A. J. Flower* of
Medina have had their daughter
ami lion-in-law, D,i and Mrs. W.
H Harwood and children, Linda
CHARLES BAKER RITES
Charles A. Baker, age 71, of
San Angelo, passed away Sunday,j i;Av, Rwrfc*r«ir Billy and Carol of
July 14, 1963, in tty* Veteran s Ad-, J>on„a City, Oklahoma. »* visitor*
ministration hospital in Legion. | th|(| Barbara will attend
Funeral services for Mr. Baker U)<i i;njVersity of California at
were conducted Tuesday morning,] th,s fall under a four-
July 16. 1963, at 10 o'clock ati r totaling $*.!**»
Smith F uneral Home in Kerrviile | aw#nJwj by the National Merit
ami interment was made m the Srht,|1,r*hl,1 . atom and. Con
Nichols Cemetery near »"<?»•»«> ti(,entai Oil Company Mia* Har-
IIKi's, Powell Smith officiated. w,„„j ha* had an out tatoding Agh
Mt B»(kc| was barn on Septm- V(.ni(„| rw.(ird. she waa awarded
J j h*T 16, 1891. in Kerr County ID M,V).| ...... H. „, ..utsUnding
! was a ranchman He -rived Wom*o by the American
the V. S. Army during World War ( AwsHKimt)aB &f Fniversdy Women.
If "i the Sandstorm Division. He gh#. hw( . r<.(.*IVed award* for e*-
jwas a former member of the Vet -1 hiology. advanced bi-
] erans of Foreign Mars. D. A V ,;u()(ry Kngbsh. and hronx ail-
American Legion and a member:
ver and gold scholarship pins.
the Salvation Array ' hurcti ^ v member of the National
He had been a resident of Sanj Hi)(lilt SlK.„ly B„j Uie Oklahoma
Angelo for the past twenty year*. j Jumor af Srwmce. and
Survivors include his wife. | Oklahoma Anthropological So-
The daughte, of the President. A/" M
L, ft * r rr uujojuig- the fishing and the swim-]
M:. arid Mr» „ Eddie Couk of San! I
Mrs. Elaine Boston,, of Hetotes,
had the By-Laws printed and do-
nated tu tin-. Ladies Aux. of the
Fire Dept All ladies of the Aux.
received their copies and they are
bound in the colors of the Aux.
that are red arid black The pur-
chasing of a ho; water heater and-
sink with formica top was decid-
ed and tins, will in greatly appre-
ciated by the ladies who work
on the fund raising projects.
^..Then . a short discussion of *the
C, .,tn.Hii> barbecue to £,• held
in August, the date will lie an-
no'dpced soon. q-
Tiie meeting was closed with
j Bessie Baker, of San Angelo; two
| ioothers, Eddie and Ivy Baker,
| iiotti of Hunt ;one sinter, Mr*.
Veriie Matson of. KerrviLc; and
UTOKM V GENERAL OF
Antonio spent a week at their,
Lt. Coi. and Mrs, Terrill Mc-
Kay have been enjoying a nice visit
at theii place here.
A birthday party was heid for
Mi»s Dessa Roach. All thi guests
nm at lht Fake and had a good! DEL AM ARE IS GUEST AT
time swimming and playing in thei \) \ \ \\ |il DF RANCH
Attorney General and Mrs. David• opinion.
Bucksot and ion, Brian, spent the! While at in> Mayan, the Gover-
past week at the Mayan -Dude!, me was presented with a beautiful
Attorney General Buck -' Stetson western hat and was made
previously: been Governor aii hornfka'ry citizen and Attorney
1 ciety. and active in church af-
She has won first place
honors in regional and state
-I erici fairs and in 1961 she was
aeveral neice* and nephew*. j aeleetod from nationwide apph-
Mr and Mrs Ira Baker (Mr p. partnipat* in .a Id-week
Baker is one of the nephew*i pre-coliege program on research
tended the funeral T u< day and1 study at the Ro*ror B. Jack-
water. Then cold, watei melon
wa. served ^ Latei more swim-
ming was enjoyed and. then the
guests 'returned to lii* IWa. N'lmmsl Ratiei:
.where punch was seryec and games 1 H()n ba
Uon in the East: Hi- view- havei Governor Buckson and Ware
! been greatly respected by news; Williams were featured on the
j media,. comBientators and ..public
played. Ia received many I and Id Governor of Iielawar
Oy Mi s. Eliei and Mrs.; ievei;. go* t• sunn she i- 1 taking! He i event • ijinded down one of
Ed Wilkinson served dclicio^C to camp at Rio Vista. i t.h* most .talked about and ap-
~ T7 i proved statement.- regarding pruy-
SALVATION ARMY WILL
VISIT HERE AUGUST 15
A Salvation Army Truck
General of. the 'State of Texas by
a specia: delegation from Austin
aim Texas Attorney General Wag-
lb p.m.. new on KONO-TV
Thursday night. Governor Buck-
son art w the fast rut William*
( ELKHKATE BIRTHDAYS
last Sunday u happy family
son Memorial laboratory ia
Mr. and Mr*. Bill short and
gathering^ and^WrtKday M.,„ t iMt weekend at
' Port Isabel with Mr and Mr*.
uie» , , . , . , (John Wald rum and family, and
for hundreds of spectator* He fit _ npn‘ * ° *nM,l> >L'Mrt *'un i enjoyed some fishing winle there,
in beautifully with horses add the
■Wh tee .luinfiy by Mr*.
AdamTetz, and Martin M. Briet,
Old West ‘ Governor Buckson own*]
hi* own >tabb of ha t oe - racers
ansi doe his owi racing Fox
Tin happy occasion »«t shared1
goner Cali's office. Mi and Mrs.
John Stegall spent the day and
night a; the Mayan with their
i>e “Miss Labor Du\ Queen.” i or in classrooms He also is
F'or l'urthci information write! negotiating at the present time
will: to Lanier Band i*arents Associa- a groat deal on the racial aifua-
cail in. Bandera on August 15. If j turn. •. Mis. Cecil ,J Shafer. Chair- -:----
you have articles to give, please j man., 8(>05 Fiaiha way Drive. Am- FATHER OF A. T. BANDERA LIONS CUB
leave them at the M. Boyle Store.) til. Texa I FITZI'AT KICK SI (Cl MBS ENJOYS LUNCHEON AT
Your discarded clothing-- appli- 1 VYc .-xtend sympathy to Mr and FRONTIER HOTEL
ancea, canned goods, books, bed-j
dmg, rags, etc., shoes and furm-
* by Mr, and Mrs Pete Breit Mr
and Mr* Clarence F Sauer and
children, Dorothy. Roiwrt, Shirley
ture will be used for the handi-
capped to heip himself through
the Salvation Army s work
therapy, spiritual and social pro-
AERIAL D EM ON STK A TIO N
( hina Lake. Calif.—Murine Ma-
jor Paul B Montague, son of Mr.
and Mr 1 Frank M Montague of
Bandera, Texas, partnip*ated in
ai aerial demonstration June 7
during President Kennedy’s visit
huntmg , also one of hi* hobble*.j ^ Mf ,nd Mr> Ch.r^
The Buckson* few horn, Sun-L.^ 5r Mf >nd Mn rhsrlr,
day. leaving many wonderful mem ,. . , t .
# . m • , Kuhn and children. Lvelyn ami
ones of a great man and »»• (;r,t, h(>0 Mr, M Sunlay.
' l hurnil,lg W,h___ William Breit, Mr. and Mr, NVk i
tStanley, Mary Ann and Elinal»eth,
< EM I-1 FRY AHSfK I ATlON Mr. and ftn Loui* Furktenwerth.
MEEIS ■ ,, Sam Buach*. Charlie Robiaon. Mr
Member* of tiw Banders feme > Bnd Mr, Harlan Bre.t, Jeane.
Bandera Lion* Club heid tery Aasociation met Monday mj l^nda Shelley and Martin. Mr.
to the iN’avai Ordnance Test
X10'1- China Lake, California.
Fie i Serving witii Air Devi
ment Squadron Five at the
• A graduate of .Sr Mary’s i:„,.
veisity at San Antonio Mkjor
Montague entered Ibe service in
Ala: t. l;e;.
'Mrs. A T Fitzpatrick and family The
METHODIST CHURCH SCHOOL ul ll|e death of his beloved fath- their regular luncheon meeting at the office of the Bandera chuithj „n<j Mrs. Tom Adamiet* and Mr.
John T. Fitzpatrick, of San the Frontier Hotel Tuesday for of Christ
win passed away Thurs a good meeting Present were discuss improvement* to the Ban-
,,.y. Joy II, while on a vacation < ol ChurUg Densford, In. J. F.idera Cemetery and also a atirwy
rip t. .'Port .A ransa’s Fit* became Harrison. Col. Dan A lam*. C. A. which will be made of the cemetery
a n. wi, rushed to the U S Ritcheson, Marvin Flay, Jim Brady, property. Raymond Hicks, newly
a a nosixta! where he died on Sheriff R. B Miller. C. W. Red- elected president of the Asaoeia-
■ J map. Dan Conoiy, Judge Giendon tion. presided at the interesting
‘z.-ptricl ai" «9.' wa* Roberts. Joe Studebaker. Rev meeting
1 mat f*i but had’Truvi McNair, D. E. f’.onwill Jr., Present were Jo* W. Short Jr„
. i■ mi* no many Meivin Zeliff and F red Standard. Marvin Hay, Johnny Langford, D
seven of the rune sessions of Yu years He was a veteran of World New officers of the Club are E. Cunwitl Jr., Howard G. Hay,
cation Church School. Rev Travis War I and a memf/gt of the ' .idem A. Ritcheson; Mar- B. < Fleenor, Aahley M. Rugh, and
McNair and Church School Sup- Catholic Church. He was retir- vin Hay. first vice-president; John Mr*. Ruth Caffal.
ejintendent Meivin King present ed from civil service K Langfoni, second viee president; —--
ed the certificates. Funeral service./ wen conducieri Di. J. F. Harrjaon, third vice- YYENDT'K HAVE NEW
Rev McN'uii recogmzed the Monday morning at St. Cecelia, p. Jim Biady. Loo. Tamer; (.RAN DD AFGHTER Mr; ,«nd Mrs. John M< Haney
teacher* itnd worker* uu'ach of the ‘ unr'-ii run Antonin and in- D. E. (.onwill Jr., Tail] Twister; : Mr. and Mr*. Gilbert Wendt are visited Mr. and Mr*. W. W La
five classes, which included Lowei
Vacation Church School at the Antonn-
Bandera Methodist Church this,
year wak most successful with an’,
average daily attendance of 1 111.
Closing exercises held Sunday
Might were attended by over 250,
people and about 8;7 children and
young people received certificate,
for having attended as many as
The purpose wa* toj Brpit
I>«l>riou« bmrb«cuf with m\\ thf j
trimminr* wu enjoyed.
MILLERS RETURN FROM
Sheriff and Mr* R B Miller
and children. Karen and Tommy, j
returned Sunday from a moat in-
teresting trip. They visited in
Carlsbad. N.M., and made a trip
into Carlsbad Cavern*, then oe to
the Big Bend National Park
Kindergarten. Kimiei gurten. Pri-
mary-, Junior,' urn! I.ntermediata,
and praised them for the excel-
lent wore which hud been done
i'l'P'O1 :n . eui f iiejiartmetit
with the'able assistance of their
learners. Mrs, ,G. T Sutididge,
and Ai ■ - Ashley Rugh .er- •
as directors. Much interekt.
enthusiasm was shown and
OPEN TWIRLING CONTEST
The Sidney Lamer Band Par-
ents Association is sponsoring its
second annual open twirling con-
test August 31»t, FW;;j; ,n tne
Gym of Lamer High School.
A specia cm. for junior and,
high school twirling teams_4 j preciation
8 members can participate.
A special trophy will l»
l ■ the junior and high school team j Coimed slides taken during the
that has the most beautiful 'os-i'w" weeks were shown with Mrs.
tomes Eaer person or team must "'undidg* presenting 1 the com-
*‘,"u " Standard, secretary- welcoming a hand new grand- stourgeoo at Helote* Saturday
• “ er; Col. Charles Densford daughter horn- to Mr. and Mr*. njght.
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lucius and
Gib and Dale, who will stay for children, Triaaie and Anthony Jr.,j
a visit here. of Abilene were guest* of Mr.
---and Mrs. V. F. Kalka last week-
DO YOU ENJOY HOMEMADE end.
ermer.T wa* made iri San Fes
lando. flcmetiefy No. 1,
Survivor* includr hi- sorrowing: and Telvy Robbins, two year di- Maurice. W endt at WTrliita Fall*
wife. Mi Kate Fitzpatrick of Kan j re tors and Sheriff R, Ft. Miller on July 10. Mrs. Wendt, who had
vntomo: three, sons, Arthur T . nd Melv.ll Zeliff, one year di been visiting there, returned with
Fitzpatrick of Bands'a. Johnny rectoi -
Fitzputrici and Edward Fits- • ’ ----------———
Patrick of San Antonio; • three ^ISS ARLENE HAGAK IS
daughter .Mrs Ruth Hopper «nd KECOVEKING FROM
Mrs. Kathleen Bendele of San (H’FIRATION
Antonio and Mrs. Joann Mueller of: Miss Arlene Hager is about re
y interesting items of hand-j Beittaberg. Germany; and 1
work were made coinciding with i grandchildren; also pm bnrthei. j th*. Sid _
J the .studies in each class. j Edward Fitzpatrick, of Virgin,a. j pitaj jn Kerrviile. Her viaitorsi cream, cakes, and coffee or tea,!
Rev M'-Nair also expressed ap-i [during her stay there and' since! for just a quarter! Will be! POSTED NOTICE
M'r. Alvii Clark,I FAMILY GATHERING; VI ,-be returned hogie'luive been Tom- s”>ling whole cake*, too, no make, My property, known aa River
MRS. DALTON’S ’my Townsend, LoKena Hager. 11 a point to be there. Serving Ranch is posted against all kind*
of hunting and fishing. Anybody
S3 *5 *7 |9 $11
$18 $16 $17 $21
Reg to $65 .00
Sale 1 8 Off
AU summer shoes.
Sale Vi. Price
Sale Y* Price. |
H E CREAM?
Come to the Ford Show Room
, „. „ . , Support the Screwworm Era dies
• veied from a recent operation in Friday, July -6th The Rainbow ^ program
Betei son Memorial Ho*- Girls will have homemade ice
i wh wa:- in charge of refreshments,
given ! hhd all those who assisted her.
be from some school.
Junior teams or twirling ages
are 18 .tear1- anti under. /
Senior teams or twirling ages,
if one or more, 14 years.
Each persot can enter other
events beside the twirling team
contest, such to Beginner, inter-
mediate arid advance soio twirling;
Beginner and advanc
Flag solo tw rling, 2nd
i hienlary. after which parents and
guests visited the various de-
ourtment:- and later joined the
youngsters in the Fellowship Hall
where everyone enjoyed delicious
homemude ice cream.,
MISS MARGARET MONT AG FE
struttirg; IS IMPROVING
baton j F riends and relatives here are
twirling, drum majoring, military! pleased to know that Mis* Mar-
marching ply* corps group twiri-
ers; Dpet strutting and dancing?
garet Montague, who has been a
patient in the Santa Roak Hoa-
! here will be a grand champion j pital in San Antonio for several
twirler of the day and a grand j weeks, ia making excellent re-
champior atrutter of th«- day. . A covery from surgery' she underwent
o*t heuutifuJ majorette who Vili following the breaking of iier hip.
Kelly Scott, Billie Jean and Joyce: *t»rta at 1 p.m.
Theresa Stein, Tom Kenedy of In-
A lovely family get-together
wa* enjoyed at the Home of Mrs.
Verna Dalton this past week-end gram. Honey Bailey. Diane Groff Jimmy Goodenough; son of Mr.
when her son and their families! of Quihi, C. M. Dugosh and J. C and Mrs. John Goodenough, is at
came, Mr. and Mrs, Bobby Dai- Dugosh and children and Mrs. home and getting along fine af-
ton arid family of Fayetteville,; Rhea Mansfield and Bonnie Lou. ter undergoing a toncilectoinv in
Arkansas, and Mr. and Mrs. Neal! -- ., —.......- ■ - the Sid Peterson Memorial Hos-
Dalton and Camille of San Aii- pital in Kerrviile Tueadav.
tonio were here as well as a cou- Me!<mk‘ K“,Sel B,ld d“UKh- __
sin of Mrs. Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. U‘r of D”vin«* w«e Ba"der» vis‘-
,lames Alexander of Lexington, tor’“ last week’ Mr8' wiH
will be indicted for trespassing.
The former Feat, Duff.
Langford Jr., and DaHon Ranch**
owned by the Mr*. E. A- Cloo*
zitaar EiUU of New Braunfels,
are strictly posted against hont-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bradford and «g and any other manner of
Kentucky. They enjoyed their! r,'m''ml,ere<J here "»»»»>' old family) returned home last week tr**J'e*■•■«•
visit with Mrs. Dalton and hel ■ frends of about twenty years ago from a pleasant trip to the Rio; -f-
meg sons and their ifamilie* and H"r lius'-“nd: William. passed Grande valley,
visited many places of interest in!Hway aft”r th*y moved from B»n-
the Hill Country.
Mr, and - Mrs, Hal Locklin ,and
children of Houston and Jerry
lAicklirngof Fort Worth visited
their parent*-, Mr. and Mr*. P. W.
Locklin. last week. * I
_ We are glad to enroll Sheriff
j Hugh Eirisley of Uv%Jde County as
Mr. an 1 Mrs. Ira Baker had aa a new subscriber to the Bandera
their guests last week Mr. and Bulletin tht* week. The Bulletin are
BANDERA LODGE No. 1128,
A.F.&A.M., meet* the
second and fourth Monday
night* of each month at
B8:00 o’clock. All members
urged to attend,
Mr*. Russell Baker and Children is beipg sent to him a* a gift from Brethren welcome. — Geo. E. Har-
and Mr. and Mrs. William Baker hia sister, Mr*. Lillian Cuney of! riaon, W.M., Melvin King, Sec-
of Odgqsa. . Bandera / l^stgry.
Sale Mi Price
Sal* 1 /3 Off
(1st time reduced)
$4. $6. $6. $7. $8 $9
Reg price to $17.98
$1.99 $2.99 $4.99 $6 99
Reg $6.98 to $17.98
Don’t Mias Thi* Big
Sale of The Year.
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