The Bandera Bulletin (Bandera, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, July 19, 1963 Page: 7 of 8
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FRIDAY. JULY 19. 1M3
THE BANDERA BULLETIN
We are pleased to report E. H.
Leibold able to return home from
the hoapital at Legion, Texas.
We hope he will soon be complete-
Orville Sarber of Atkins visited
his wife in a San Antonio hospital
Sunday and also visited here with
Mb. and Mrs. L. J. Edwards and
Edgar Picken* and daughter, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rtppey and)
sons of Houston visited Mr. and
Mr*. D. R. Rippey during the
week-end. The boys stayed over
for a longer visit.
Mr. and Mrs, C. L. Mathis
have as their guests their two
grandsons from Corpus Chnsti.
Mr. and Mis. Roger Casey and
children of Lubbock spent a few
days at then grandmother * Mre,
Symond, at Panders Falls.
Recent visitors of Mr. and Mr*.
T. A. Lewi* and Mri. J. P. Ed-
wards Sr., were Mm. Bob Spinks
of Harwood, Mrs. Sime Hinder-
shot and son, Trey, of Gonzales,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Edwards of Har-
rison. Arkansas, Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Edwards, Mrs. J. W. Lewis,
Miss Ethel Lewis, David Lewis
and Little MTsses Linda and Era
J. B. Edwards and Little Miss
Jeanine made a trip to Houston
Miss Jan Edwards of San Mar-
cos and Jay Edwards of Edinburg
spent the week-end at home with
their pareffts, Mr. and Mr- J.B
Mr. and Mr*. Jim ,I.angston of
Bandera Falls were dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs, Howard Dickens
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Edwards
were visitor* in Houston Tuesday.
Mr. and Mm Jim Edwards of
Kerrville were meeting friends
Mrs. J. B, Edwards Sr., ha . been
on the sick list. We are g ad to
report her improving
Mrs. Bob Spinks of Harwood and
Mrs. Sime Hindershot and son,
Trey, ».>r» dinner guest- of Mr*.
J. B. Edwards snd Mi. and Mrs.
T A Lewis Saturday at they
were returning from a .vis t in
Midland ahd Monahans.
Mr and Mrs. Ed Edwards of
Harrison, Arkansas, were greet-
ing friends and relatives here Sun-
Mr. and Mrs Olan Buck of
Bandera visited Mr. and Mr*. J.
W. Lewis Sunday afternoon.
Recent visitors of Mri. Louise
Pickens were Mm. Ora R<-*s of
Bandera, Mr and Mm Roland;
T halloa an, Mr, end Mri J T.
Erammer and Mrs, C- A. Iluede.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dickens
spent Sunday in Crystal City visit-
ing Mr. and Mrs. Andre v IMckens
and daughter, Betty.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgr Hill of
San Antonio visited Ml and Mrs.
Howard Dickens Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dickens
■■-nt Tuesday in Kerr—!* shop-
Mr and Mrs. J. E Crist and
a friend of Medina were v siting
w 11; friends in Bandera Monday.
Home Demonstration Ciub. their v M - - TwiefeL M*.
families, and friends gathered or > and Mrs. Fritz 5aor, Mr. and Mr-
the evening of July 13, 1M3, at • J. W Edward- and Mr. and M■*
the Twiefel Ranch, for the dab’s) H H. Wagner.
annual pkojic. The activities be-j--'
gan wfth a prayer by Rev James j jjra pyQHfgs «/»v.|V-LAW
W. Askew, pastor of the Pipe; j^ R 11 E It INNER ©
A VC >«im J. Bradford if ?♦-•
r.a« and V: v -.
PIPE CREEK HOME
HOLDS t N N I AL PD M<
Member* of the Pipe Creek
Creek Bapti-t Church.
rEveryorte enjoyed ’rj pD'-.-ar ♦
evening with plenty .at del .Tina*
food, coffee, tea, a- 1 Jemo'-ade ♦•••
suit any appetite.
Mr. arid Mrs. J B, Edwards
won the attendance p-j*e « water-,
melon. Later the gr jp j lr«d in
playing a garter race a' * r-.-at.
race A sack of candy * a* awa-d-
ed the winning team
Those present included R-
Mrs. James W Askew. Mr
Mrs Heimath Koenig ar.d D
Mr. and Mrs. L. C Mat - and
grandsons, Allen and Gary. Mr
and Mrs. A. H Schott. Mrs John
T Martin, Mrs. L J Edwards,
Mrs. L. L. Krueger, Mr and Mrs.
J. B. Edwards, Jea^e-* and Joslyn.
Mr. and Mrs, Wi!= JarToway,
Larry, Martha and Reuben. Mrs
Hedy Twiefel. JJG- H*> ■ • P -:e-s.
Mr. and Mrs. H : Di -:*r,s.
Mr and Mrs. Robert Lee Ward,
r n A Fp 1
~rm- ;-f. r
; Mrs 5am *?«•*.If- • >
eefc, Mrs. F s-er wi : i
a< ■ f z.r.~
5am Bradford* and John is •firee-.
? K MID-TV a* M La- : ,■ -
has a- his ho.boy - i-t-rod raring j
Th* Bra :fords had the pleasure if1
seeing John race in San Ar-cr.
Saturday night, placrr.g twice H
fc riper* in --- c" were -.is fat-jr-
ijn-iaw .arid :w> bfotbers-in-law
w - h added humot to the
V• • F F
week-end in A ust - a* the z,--~
of Mr. at i-Mr* P A Wyart I
While there she attended thef LAN I
Wvalt Fa- r Sunday Mb \1
■1-' 7 :,r*r Pam
VNK MEM BE!
A F REID
plus tax ar.J
old tire off
18-Month Road Hazard
Guarantee on this famous
All-Weather tire that's on
millions of cars. Lowest
price ever offered.
11 MONTH WRITTIN MAD HAZARD SOARAHTft
NATION WIDE ROAD HAZARD AND QUALITY GUARANTEE IN
WRITING — All New Goodyear Auto Tim r* Guaranteed
Nationwide 1 Agamst normal road hazards—1» . bicwwrtt,
fabric breaks, cuts—ancept repairable punctures limited to
Original owner for number et months spec-bed 2 Against any
detects m w-lunanstup and material without Inn t as to time
or mileat* Goodyear tire dealers m U S or Canada will make
adjustment allowance on new tire based cn ortread
depth remaining and current "Goodyear price’.
NOT A SECOND
NOT A RETREAD
m Y AT THESE PRICES WHILE STOCKS LAST
Free mounting during sale!
w GO GOODYEAR
■ ■ *•* . *j
Free State Oil Company
We’ve slashed prices! Pulled our supply
out of the stock room for immediate
sale! Year’s lowest prices on most
items. All sizes available. Whitewalls
and blacks. Tubeless
and tube-type. We’re
clearing out our com*
■ plete stock of these
great tire buys on a „
first-come basis, so
. .1 ■
Mr. Snow Taesa
avid Clar.v Mr.
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alia . Mis.
\Ni,< hA GOAT RA15ER5 • - -M • »a. : . : x«crr-
-1.A1F. 5A1.K 1 -ia..— ■ ' --x t •
XT-;<-»> Ar.g ’ \ . .u' Raisers \ u?. , ; Mr-. Mary - j£
• ■ ■ \ . . ; : - l aa- , -
r.-z»i 5wut,-5w«s-t Texas 5ai« ,« -,h« f. . ..... -Tus-
Vac Verde Cdunty Fairgr.iutUfe :n Ar:ra, ar.d Drel 5r.--w >f
j l?r. R Sac u r- lay i J a, y J. . . i. c *- a nutn.a-i f ■ r- ■ '■.- .n.
T-.v-C.ty eigr.t , umsiv ■ r> have . asms,
placed Us oucks and 3*1 idea in
j -he -,i.e. whu-n .W\U start at 1 AMI
j p,;r.., with Odus W:(tenburg u£ ,v
| [>-, R an. , ri. i i' te >jU..uy
j if L ■ a.,:.- a-, a i.'tiuneers.
| Gfiiiey ' is secretary if the as- ——--—
-a,a:,.a ana with Autiiur Davis FRANK KRUEGER BACK
if iJabinaal personaiiy screened a.lilN HOSPITAL
stock Ua-i epteti accurding the- Mrs. Fraank Kruege: u-Nlrr
rigid atattuartls set for the sale. Krueger back u» the ScuR and
"I think this :s the nest atthch-' White imspita. n . -rnn.e :ks*
)£ hjcks—by far—that we rave w',\. where :ie is ;auerv-,-ag
. ever offered in this Southwest-, .testa and treatment -following re-
Texas sale.’ Gulley said. . “e!U surgery. At asst report ae
The Southwest Texas , Sale t» j st!mtf unproved.
n_r ri I -i R, ■ f->r -.he.
first - me this year It , th*: GU ESTS IN R. E. BUC K HOMff
first major Angora, sate m Deli Guests m the R- E- .Back. home
Rw - sine*f 1921. when Boo D*'--s, iurmg the week ' were Mrs.. J. -L.
jf Rio Frio purchased a buck bract j Euwarus, M -». Aa. sc - it snu >n
by J A Ward, Sr., of Bonora for, Saturday t.ne Bucks were uappGy
iJ.Okiv i . a price which still stands' *urpi *ed :;y '.heir gmiiuson. Mr.
today as a record in the United *«d Mrs. Jonr. Biut-a aiui jaugtuer.
States. Gaii. <f San Antoine and ms moth-
__er. Mrs Florence Buck >f Slayton.
cousins attend barker m v : ! ‘fU:-
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. ,, Sunday "it-.r guests *t:c ler
runera. -iervH.es for Baraeri a „
. ,i Buck ■>: nan Antonio anu M;-s
Sttvw. a :ortner resident of ttu* .. J
n. ei-. ; ievens. *-
county, were neiu Tuesday, -uiv _
IS, at ’ iW p.m,. in the Smith ,
Fusera Heme jf K ri-vil'e with C ARD-OF THANKS
Rev H F. Dearing offk-.atrn* and' I -md like n V'.inl my many
interment was made in ta$ Nichols,' arce frmod* for their
Cctietei;. os •.gram. M’ Snow, to rite a tile " . patient
Sun-tja 'the Veteran’s, Hospital.. I ieep-
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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/m1/7/: accessed July 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bandera Public Library.