The Bandera Bulletin (Bandera, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, December 29, 1961 Page: 3 of 10
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1961
THE BANDERA BULLETIN
PARTY FOR 1955
The beautifully decorated home
of Mr. and Mm. W. W. Cardwell
waa the scene of a delightful
Christmas party for the 1955
graduating class of Bandera High
School. Because the class la so
scattered, only a few members
were able to attend. The even-
ing was spent reminiscing past
school days and everyone matched
wits playing the game of charades.
Refreshments of cake, coffee
and punch were served to Dr. and
Mrs. Jimmy Cottingham. Dallas;
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Word, San
\ With each hour of the New Yeaj
we wish you joy and extend
our thanks for your past
favors and patronage.
Antonio; Dr. and Mrs. Ronnie
Bradley, San Antonio; Tommy
Kindla, San Antonio; Anthony
Kalka, Bandera; Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Packard (formerly Barbara
Frerich) San Antonio; Mrs. Jim-
my Hansen (formerly Helen Rees)
Bandera; Mr. and Mrs. Willard
D’Spain (formerly Patsy Card-
well) San Antonio; Mrs. Sue
Whitney (formerly Sue Nesting)
San Antonio; Miss Thelma Ju-
reczki, Denver, Colorado; Miss
Annette Kalka, Bandera.
Earl Denton, Craig and Kathy of
San Antonio, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Toler and baby of Austin, Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Rittiman of Kerrville,
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Stevens and
Barbara of Snyder, and Charles
Archer of Center Point.
HOLIDAY GUESTS IN
Mr. and Mrs. Vic Stevens en-
joyed having as their guests dur-
ing the Christmas holidays Mr.
and Mrs. H. Wagner of Del Rio,
Mrs. Ethel Denton, Mr. and Mrs.
New Year’s Resolution:
Back in pioneer times our fore-
father found they could keep track
of the family history pretty well
with a few notations on the fly-
leaf of the family Bible. But life’s
not quite that simple any more.
Great-grandpa wasn’t covered by
social security or workmen’s com-
pensation. He didn’t have a bank
account or safe deposit box, a car
and a dozen home appliances be-
ing bought on time payment, or
a half-dozen insurance policies.
We have taxes great-grandpa
never heard of and wouldn’t have
believed if he had. And had you
asked him for a certificate to
prove his birth, he’d have thought
you’d taken leave of your senses.
The point of this is that the
average American today has a
"ood many important papers to
keep track of. There are birth
JVIay the year
bring you joy
f Best wishes to
you and thanks for
your favors and
fine good will.
% £ Happy New Year.
* l And thanks for
RYAN'S RED & WHITE
Mary Frances Heinen
Let’s celebrate the arrival of
the New Year with best wishes
to our many hometown friends.
Best wishes, good
lock throughout the
& Title Company
Hello 1962 and greetings
to all. Good luck through-
out the New Year.
We pause to tell all of our customers
enjoyed serving them during the
past year and to wish them
well in the New Year,
FREE STATE OIL COMPANY
MEETINGS TO All
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brooks
Thank you warmly for
your patronage. We look
forward to serving you.
certificates, rccipts, copies of tax (file. Add your
returns, sales contracts, and a
host of other papers. With a
little tidy record-keeping, you
can make life easier for yourself
and your family when you are
So, why not make a New Year's
Resolution to follow these sug-
1. Get a heavily bound notebook
folder or file folder as a central
collecting point for all the records
of your affairs.
2. Put your especially important
papers in your safe deposit box,
but make a list of those papers
and a brief summary of their con-
tents to put in your home file.
3. Get for your files copies of|
birth certificates for all members
of the family, and add them to the
| Happy New Year.
We appreciate your
cordial good will.
•Fellows Auto Parts\
or at least a statement as to when
and where you were married and
4. Insert your will or a copy
of it If your will is kept else-
where, include a note telling
where it may be found.
6. During the year, put into the
file your income tax withholding
statements and receipts for ex-
penditures which may be deducti-
ble. Then keep a copy of each
year’s tax return in the file.
6. Make a list of all the stocks
and bonds you own and where
7. List all the places you have
lived and worked and the names
of persons there who you know.
Include the schools you have at-
tended and the dates you left or
8. If you may have benefits
coming under a profit-sharing
plan where you work, make a
note of that too.
9. If you're in doubt whether an
item should be included, put it ip.
This takes time initially, but
it will save you both time and
worry in the long run.
(This newsfeature, prepared by
the State Bar of Texas, hi written
to inform—not to advise. No per-
son should ever apply or interpret
any law without the aid of an
attorney who is fully advised con-
cerning the facts involved, because
a slight variance in facts may
change the application of the law.)
Mrs. John Langford had as her
guests during the holidays County
Agent and Mrs. Clinton Langford
and two children of Sonora, Mr.
and Mrs. Travis Langford and
daughter, Cindy, of El Paso; Mr.
and Mrs. John R. Langford and
two daughters, Susan and Betsy,
of Bandera; Mr. and Mrs. Johnny
Pearce and children of San An-
tonio; and Joe E. Langford of
Santa Barbara, California.
Mr. and Mrs. Les Short had
their children at home with them
on Christmas Day at the ranch
near Vanderpool. Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Short and children, Susie,
Nettie, Les and Clare Jo, and Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Hunter Short and
daughter ,Cindy, enjoyed the fam-
ily Christmas tree on Christmas
morning and dinner at noon.
It's a brand New Year and
we hope it contains great
happiness for you.
Mrs. Cleora Faria
We hope the New Year
will be one you will re-
member with happiness.
Rising er* 8 Gulf
We pause to tell
our customers how
much we enjoyed
serving them all.
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The Bandera Bulletin (Bandera, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, December 29, 1961, newspaper, December 29, 1961; Bandera, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth711449/m1/3/: accessed February 21, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bandera Public Library.