The Bandera Bulletin (Bandera, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, October 11, 1968 Page: 1 of 10
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VOLUME 24, NUMBER 18
BANDERA. BANDERA COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1968
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To Be Held Here
Langford's New Hop, Open House October It & 12
Get Shooting Preserve
The Annual Conference of Dis-
trict ' 2 , Business and Profes-
sional Women, will meet at the
beautiful Lost Valley Resort
Ranch Saturday and Sunday,
October 12, 13, 1968, with the
Bandera Club as hostess.
Conference personnel will in-
clude Miss Alice M. Frerichs of
San Antonio, District Director;
Mrs. Ruth Chandler, Hostess Club
President; Mrs. Ruth Brady,
Conference Chairman and Mrs.
Odie Grissom, Co-Chairman;
Mrs. Cecil Roller, Finance Chair-
man; Mrs. Teresa Trowbridge,
Registration Chairman; Mrs.
Marjorie Schlaff, Recording Sec-
retary^ and Mrs. Willie Meyer,
Special guests will he Mrs.
Estelle S. Partee, President Texas
Federation of B&PW Clubs, Inc.
The Conference program will
include registration, a tour of
Rollins of Texas, workshops, a
banquet Saturday evening at
7:30, October 12.
On Sunday, October 13, regis-
tration, president’s breakfast,
members and guests breakfast,
devotional service, memorial serv-
ice, workshops. At 10:00 till
11^00 a.m. the annual business
meeting will be held at noon a
THE HI LLDOG IS COMING!!
The yearbook staff of BHS
is Working hard and is planning
to make this year’s Bulldog the
very best ever. The 1900 edition
of classes and activities of Ban-
dera High Si bo i T^rji. •-
45ml Elementary can be ordered
W/later than November 1.
' "Don’t miss your chance to
order your copy as no extras will
be ordered to sell at a Inter date.
Unless you are a student or
faculty member, place your or-
der nowr by sending a check for
$4.5C to Marvin C. Schnelle, Sup-
erintendent, Bandera High School,
made payable to “The Bulldog.”
Be sure to include your address
so that your receipt may be mail-
ed to you. Students and faculty
members may place their orders
at school, beginning Wednesday,
My Pa says
DON'T BE DULL
SHARPEN NOW AT
Next to Post Office
Langford’s will celebrate the
Grand Opening and Sale at
their new store on Friday and
Saturday, October 11 and 12,
with store wide specials in every
department including appliances,
hardware, lumber, house and
kitchenw'a're. Many very wonder-
ful bargnins will be offered dur-
ing the big two day event. There
will also he spe< :al discounts on
Langford's invite's you to at-
tend the Grand Opening and re-
gister for the Grand Prizes and
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Langford
BROTHER OF MRS. SHORT
We extend sincere sympathy
to Mrs. Olive Short at the death
of her beloved brother, Robert
Branch, of El Paso, Texas. Mr.
Branch died Monday.
Bandera 50, Antonian 0
St. Mary's Here Tonight At 8
Last Friday our Bandera Bull- the most total points in one
dogs turned Antonian everyway Sfanie, 32. This broke Hubert
but loose and defeated them. Risinger’s 27 points in one game
50-0. The stunned Antonian
coaches had these words about (Continued on Page 3)
our team, “Boy, this team has SEE FOOTBALL
Mrs. J. It. Price, a resident of
Purple Hills Nursing Home for
the past two years, died Tuesday
night about 10 o’clock following
along illness in Keirville.
Cora White Price was horn in
Osage, Coryell County, on March
17, 1881, the daughter of
David Fisher White and Matilda
Caroline Estes White. She was
one of seven children horn to
this couple of early Texas pio-
neers and was the last to pass
On December 25. 1901, she
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really improved.” They referred
to an. earlier scrimmage this
year with our team where they
pushed us around and out scored
us. But this night Bandera held
all of the aces. ‘ One wonders
jus( how many points Bandera
could have scored had it not been
for so many penalties, plus the
fact we played our freshmen
team most of the second half.
Still, this was the 10th most
decisive victory in Bandera’s
history. John Honeycutt' ran
wild as he set a new school
record with the most touch-
downs scored in one game, 5 and
OLD MATTRESSES MADE
NEW. Bring your OLD mat-
tress to our plant before 10 A.M.
arid take back with you a NEW
renovated innerspring mattress
at 4 P.M. We are unable to pick
up and deliver. Labor Shortage.
MAYFIELD’S MATTRESS CO..
Star Electronics Opens Next Door To Ryan s IGA
have a chanoe at the many dif-
ferent door prizes, over $1,000
worth of gifts. They invite you
to come in and have refreshments
and look over their new store.
The beautiful new building is
located on Main Street and is
one of Bander’s newest and most
modern. Langford’s moved from
the obj store in the south east
part of town where B. F. Lang-
ford and Son Hardwnre store
operate for over eighty years.
The new store was built to take
care of the expanding business
that Langford's now enjoys. The
hardware store and the Lumber
Chamber of Commerce News
New Manager Selected
p.m.. Saturdays 8:30 a.m. and
12:30 p.m, and meet Mrs. An-
derwald, who took ovei her new
duties on October 7.
The Bandera Chamber Of Com-
merce will sponsor a Hallowe’en
dance at the Bandera County
Recreation Association Cent* r on
Hallowe’en starting at 8 p. n.
Entertainment will be prov ded
by a bevy of bouncing beauties
and bashful boys gathered by
Bud Mcrka'- professional talent
scouts to wit: Fred Knaggs, Phil
Hevenor and Frank Anderwald,
County Clerk Roscoe L. Hay*»,
advises all who plan to buy
shooting preserve license, to gat
them as soon as possible.
Due to the coming election
absentee balloting will begin Oc-
tober 16, 1968, and continue
through November 1.
Hunting Season will open In
this county on November 9th,
anil bis office will be a busy place
for the next few weeks, so Mr.
Hayes urges all to get their
Shooting Preserve Licenses at
Company were combined under,
Dcjm'jt forget to register for
the drawings. No purchase is
required, and is not necessary
to be present at the drawing to
The drawing will be held nt
4:30 p.m. Saturday.
Prizes will include a color TV,
Black and Decker 7'i” Skill
Saw; Corning Ware Royal Fam-
ily '■'Set of Cookware and many
wonderful door prizes. Door
prizes will be given throughout
Songs and special acts will
feature professional entertain-
Mrs. Patricia (Gabel Ander- ers and surprize local talent,
wald was selected by the Ban-C" We don’t guarantee which
dera Chamber of < ommercc is which but we do guarantee
Board of Directors to succeed a treat and plenty of tricks.
Zona Hallcomb as Secretary- Prizes will be given for the
Manager. Zona, who has done best costume for the men and
such a wonderful job for the for the ladies, if you can tell
Chamber and for Bandera for the difference by looking at
the past few months will pursue them.
new ventures in San Antonio For all the hunters there will
although she will still reside be a drawing fur a .243 Savage
here. Deer Rifl.e,
Stop hy the office any week You do not have to wear a
day between 12:30 p.m. and 4:30 costume to come.
DEDICATION OF HISTORIC 'I
MARKERS AND ANNUAL
The dedication of Historic
Markers and the Annual Exhibit
sponsored by the Bandera Coun-
ty Historical Survey Committee
will be hold tomorrow, Saturday,
October 12, starting at 10 a.m.
nt the Knglish-Crist house near
Everyone is cordially invited
to attend. The group will leave
the Bandera County Court House
at 9:45, the first stop, The
English-Crist house. Following
tho dedication of the Historical
Marker there the group will go
on to the Old Buck Ranch and
dedicate the Historical Marker
there. Then hack to Bandera
for dedication of the Mormon
Marker, located on the Court
A. B. Lewis, a member of the
Bandera. Historical Survey Com-
(Continued on Page J)1'
SEE DEPIC VTION
THE REAL HcCOYS
ACC 8AHOON MUOONJi f PENS IS
FC#recrev ft/ his poucv with
I. £. Adamietz
The dancing music will be
provided by Miss Kathy Doell
(and she i- i doll) and Her Band.
Regular Meeting, Oct. 14
There will be a regular month-
ly meeting of the Bandera Cham-
ber of Commerce on Monday,
October 14, at the First State
Bank Building Community Room,
at 7,3(1 p.m.
All members and interested
persons- tag invited to attend.
•Ready Mix Concrete
• Washed Sand and Gravel
• Fill Gravel
•Asphalt Paving aLand Clearing
•Seal Coating • Earth Moving
BOX 24 — BANDERA, TEXAS
OFFICE 1/2 mile out on Ridge Route Road
I.a-'t Satceilay Star Electronics
: Hull doors in their newly
established home, which Mr. and
Mrs. Ellin j Franks recently
put- -ed, for their grand .open-
Main fr&Gl< called during the
day ami many sent flowers to
Mi ro d Mrs Franks’ new store
The relieving lovely fine prizes
were won by: Mi." Dorothy
Evans, a l'.1 in black and white
poith'ilc television. set, first
I r'z, ■ >i;ntin K . o, an RC \ radio
second prize; Mrs. A. F. Mc-
Clendon ot Medina, a nee Phileo
Clod- Radio, third prize and H.
M. Adams. Jr., a small portable
transistor radio, fourth prize.
Cancer Memorial Chairman for
Bandera County is Mrs. Clinton
Risinger of Rox 771, Bandera.
Texas 78003S$Telephone 796-3219.
Mrs. RisigjgerV territory includes
Bandera, Tarpley, Medina, Pipe
Creek and Lakehills.
New Frontier Cafe
Sunday Dinner Special
h Pan Fried Chicken
M75 Every Sunday
On their beautiful new store
And best wishes
For their continued success
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