The Bandera Bulletin (Bandera, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, October 11, 1968 Page: 4 of 10
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THE BANDERA BI I I ETIN
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1%8
tuf bulldog is coming;;!
Next week, beginning on Wed-
nesday. October If,. 19f 8. sales of
the 19fS Bulldog will begin. As
ovpryonp knows, the Bulldog is
the annual of Random Public
Schools, and this year's staff is
working hard to have the VERY
BEST Bulldog ever.
The Bull,lop is for e ■,rynno—
from first graders to Seniors—
and anyone else who may ho
interested. Nothing will ever he
aide to take the place of your
school annual, so hp sure to order
yours as soon ns possible.
The Buildup will he the same
price as it has been in past year:
$4.50 each. Students only will
he allowed to buy on the Budget
Payment Plan. Payments on
this bases must he made a- fol
lows- $1.50 in October, $1 in No-
vember, $1 in December, and ?1
in January. If you want to
order your Bulldog on tlvbv plan,
please talk to Mrs. HiplW
If you aren’t a student, but
still want to be “IN” on school
happenings, we wouuld like to
encouurage you to order your
copy of the Bulldog by senijipg
a cheek to Mr, Schnello's office,
Bandera High School, made pay-
able to "The Bulldog.”
We wil lmail your receipt to
There will he a table in the
main hall for High School stu-
dents and a booth by the Jr. High
School buildings where students
may place their orders before
school and during lunch breaks,
A student will he around to Ele-
mentary classes each morning to
take orders from those students.
With your help, we are look-
ing forward to having a really
As Willie Strieker put it dur-
ing pep rally, "We are going to
whip these hoys because first of
all., we want to, and ceconii, w>
don't want another week of
work-outs like we had tbis fast
week.’’ Willie was referring to
the 'blood letting’ that w.-nt on
last week after a poor showing
against D'Hanis. The boys were
up for this one. Yon could sense
it in the dressing room. The hoy -
were out to prove to t’:e fan
they could get the j"b done and
that is what, they did a- they
heat a team that had out -ored
us .1-1 in a scrimmage this year.
The scene is set for the shoot-
out. with St. Mary’s here tjiis
Friday night. St. Mary boys
are big and touch, ns nftvays.
Last Friday they lost to John-
son Pity, who is the big favor ite
in our district, by 7-0. St. Mary
had the hall on Johnson City’s
18 yard line when the clock ran
out They don’t throw much, hut
their line is big and tough. Our
team, by contrast, has the speed
of John Honeycutt and James
Hearn and the throwing of
Mttoseh to D'Spain; with the
blocking of Shackelford. Alanis,
Wiseman, Posted, Akin, Striek-
er, and Roach. A full house®is
Statistics- Kickmff returns -
Munsch. 17; Wi-.cman. 22; D’-
Kick-offs Ainu eh 5.2-0.
42-15. 55-22. 45-1. 17 22, 28-0.
Punts' — Wiseman. 22; John
Akin. 2; Strieker. 22: Munsch. 20.
Interceptions D’Spain, 2;
Fumbles recovered—Akin, 2;
Shackelford, 1; Alanis, 1; Welch,
Running—P'Spain, 0 carries,
28 yards; Shackelford. 7 carries,
25 yards; Munsch, 11 carries, 48
yards; Honeycutt. 0 carries, 72
yards; Joe Hearn, 1 carry. 11
yards; John Akin, 2 carries, 2
Passing Munseh, 5 complete.
p.-u e., 0 interceptions. 54
yards; Wharton, 0 complete, 5
pa sec. 2 inter -ej.th.es. 0 yards;
Antonian. 0 complete, 11 passes,
2 intercepted, 0 yards.
Runt ing Bandera, 122; An-
1st down- Bandera. II, An-
Penetrations — Bandera, 10;
Short shot--- “Well, that’s what
Fn.ii h aid" . . . during the Jun-
ior I! -h game last Saturday,
Poach • nt a player in to tell
the -IB (o van n sweep. The
player runs out, -tieIs his head
iu the huddle, and then comes
ha< k off the fo ld r,,aeh said,
"What’ the matter?” “I told
him," the player aid.
If yon Ionia d arnml and saw
Doug I’• i tort' -itting in the
stand- during t;- 'eeond palf of
tin \r,tu! i-,0 g •: . . yon weren't
seeii1:- thin: Doit'.- had been
sicl id wit t]g 21 (1 half-time
load, t he , n:ii>.-- ] ain't want to
take a 1 - :- • Ho joined James
Hearn \\1 o wa-- ah > sick.
Bi - d- nrlim In • Frank Santos
d " R- - 1 , unfortunately,
h i the has a hack
injtirv and Jo
a hurt arm.
ANTIQUES Jackson Gift Shop
Midway between Kerrville and Ingram State Highway 27
P. O.-Box 1386 Phone, UL7-2455
Kerrville, Texas 78028
9:30 till 5:30 p m.—Monday through Saturday
The Bulldog Band mi- ed out
(in' marching this past week at-
tic Randcin-Arituninn game he-
oause of the rain. The whole
hand reported in full uniform
just to he told to change' into
Iduejeans. When, they lined up
to march in. the rain came down
and everyone wa - dismissed to
find dry land! The hand did
stay though and supported the
team. They were a little wet
. . . hut so was every ue elsfe
that da red come out that night.
T! i wee) the Band Boosters
will have the concession stand at
tin1 football ciinre nil the hand
would like to invite everyone to
ei me to t he ganit t npport the
Build- c - as well n- tin- Bulldog
Baud. Band Boosters meet in*
id. I i Thursday. <)• toher 11th,
at i a.11 a -n. < ei "in Band
Boo tors and ~upi it mil Bull-
DANDY *68 START FOR
DR AM A EU R
The Random High School
Drama Club held its first meet-
ing Wednesday, October 2. Since
the success of the past year’s
activities, much inlerest has been
cultivated in favor of the club.
A total of 54 students were pres-
ent for the meeting, and Presi-
dent Genie Adams ‘warned’ them
that there was a lot of work to
be done in preparation for the
plays the club wm give, and
being a member isn’t something
to just get you out of classes
during the meeting time!
The Drama flub will sponsor
two high school plays this year,
just as they put on the children’s
play and “A’ou Can't Kiss Caro-
line” last year. Also, they will
prepare a one-act play for In-
terscholastic League competition
later on in the year. Commit-
tee4- were established for the
various duties which the club
must perform in getting ready
for the plays. There seems to
lie an over-all cooperative en-
thusiasm about the club’s com-
ing activities, and we hope this
interest remains throughout the
veai. Dan Sandidge, Marta
King Zaire Everett, and Kathy
Lindig were chosen to select the
plays for this year.
A special part of the Drama
Club’s functions this year will
hr going to Trinity University
in San Antonio to see various
pi'oductiosn of the season plays.
Only members who have paid
their dues will he able to make
Next Wednesday there will be
a skit presented by the club in
advertisement of the annual
sales. All the members would
like to urge everyone to buy an
annual, so that you can he sure
your annual will he something
you will be proud of. The Drama
Club and the Student Council will
ho sponsoring the concession
stand at a soon-approaching
home game, so patronize these
before we bad even sat down.
Naturally. Mrs. Mpzurek grac-
iously gave us a choice as to
whether we could stay in the
rain or leave for shelter It was
rXArnther touching sight to see all
Of the girls smile a little, then
settling themselves to stay right
where they were.
With no pep stprad competition
on hand, the Pup-Pets could have
been heard cheering all over
town. With help of a few faith-
ful Band members, the verbal
support continued throughout the
game. AA’ith Rilly Schmidt and
his trumpet take-offs, especially,
no one could say that the full
atmosphere of a football games
had hern drowned by the rain.
We Pup-Pets are a loud and
faithful group and rain or shine,
we’d veil for those Bulldogs.
AVe’re proud of our team of
1968-69 because they have prov-
ed worthy of their fans' support.
We gir ls would like to see all of
you townspeople out tonight, to
see our team play St. Mary's of
Fredericksburg in Bulldog Sta-
LUNCH ROOM MENU
Monday, October 11 Chicken
Fried Steak with Gravy, AVhipped
Potatoes Salad, Puddinp, Bread,
Tuesday, October 15 — Beef
oversee. Cheese Sticks, Spinach,
Jello. Bread, Butter, Milk.
Wednesday, October 16—Bar-
becue cm a Bun, Chips, Pickles,
Onions, Fruit, Milk.
Thursday, October 17 — Ta-
males, Reans, Slaw, Cake, Bread,
Friday, October 18 — Hungry
Roy Casserole. Salad, Jello,
Bread. Rutter, Milk.
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When asked about their fav-
orite sa\ ing-, most students had
i to stop and think twice. But, af-
ter the snickers and jeers those
were the replys:
Brenda Everett—You're crazy.
Mr. King—Use the pay phone!
Mr. Kole-j-pum, 'Dum.
.Teri HiekWhn—I’ll he jugged.
David Hides-*-You hag.
Domingo Rico — Hang on a
Kathy T,indig- Oh goodgrief.
Beth Collins—Oh. crud!
Gayle Afonicr-- Aw, piddle.
Mr. Henion — Is everybody
Mrs. Mazurek—You birds!
Dennis Sudmeier — Can’t win
Bruce Alanis—Sock it to me.
Gail AVright—We can’t all be
Mike Craddock—What’d I say
that's so funny? f
Gary Fries—Hot tamales.
Rhonda Rhodes—It's a panic!
What a go!
Jan Pyka Stanley.
Bonnie Pember—Oh my gosh!
Edna Lnrkridge T doubt it.
I arry Franks—Hook it.
Edsel Carolan A’ou birds get
rid of your gum.
Robert Caraway—AA’hite Lady.
Billy Joe Jackson —, Colt
Eddie Turner Paddurnit.
Jack Moseley Stepped in
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PUP PETS AYET BEHIND
From across the field, Friday
night, the pep squad might have
looked a little unorganized to any
of the spectators. The truth is,
we were a little huddled togeth-
er, out of line, to keep warm,
shielding ourselves from the rain.
From the fine rains we received
late Friday afternoon, the bleach-
ers were soaked, and so were we,
FRfl sun Oil CO.
(Independent Goodyear Dealer)
Bandera, Texas * Ph. 796-4422
See us for your
“Pumps “Well Service
Bandera Plumbing Co.
morrow somehow never manages
te come. “A’on cannot hope to
enjoy the harvest without labor-
ing ill the field,”
assistants. Four National Youth
Corps pupils assist. They are
Karen Tiseth, Linda Pember,
Audrey Lockridge, and Lupe
JUNIOR HIGH 8. COMFORT 6
Comfort was much larger but
our Junior High pulled it out
last Saturday morning with a
score of 8-6. Our score came
on a pass from Jennings to Ted
Obiedo for 30 yards. McGroarty
added the extra points. Out-
standing was Jeff Ulrich, who
was the defensive star of the
games, and David Maltsburger.
Ted Real. Ken Welch. Kalka and
The 7th Grade won 8-0 as
Pedro Rico pitched out to Jamie
Herriott for the touchdown. Her-
riott added the extra point.
SC HOOL STUDENTS TO
ATTEND SHRINE CTRL’S
Bandera School students in
Grades 5, 6, 7, and 8 will be
allowed to attend the .Alzafar Fu'neral Home Chapel and she
San Antonio wjjj ]aj(l to rest by the side
Continued from Page 1
was happily married to J. R.
Price at the Bandera Methodist
Church. To this union was bom
six children, four daughters and
Mr. Price preceded her in
death on February 9, 1938.
Mrs. Price was a faithful mem-
ber of the Baptist Church and
as long as she wffs able she
attended services at the First
Her children, may friends and
relatives are grieved at the
passing of their loved one.
Funeral services will be con-
ducted today, Friday, October 11,
1968, at 10 a m., from Plummer
Shrine Circus at
on Saturday, October 26, at 3:00
p.ni. The Bandera School Board
at the last regular meeting
authorized the use of school
busses to take these pupils who
will be admitted' at a special
BANDERA SCHOOL AY ILL
OFFER 16 HOUR UNIT
Starting next spring the Ban-
dera School will offer a sixteen- _____
hour unit on basic elements of dera; 17 grandchildren; 34 great-
good citizenship, stressing im- grandchildren and two great,
of her husband in the Bandera
Cemetery. Rev. J. Manley Rey-
nolds, pastor of the First Bap-
tist Church, will officiate.
Survivors include the four
daughters, Mrs. Lenora AVoolfley
of Fredericksburg, Mrs. Eunice
Young of Kerrville, Mrs. Evelyn
Brazil of Killeen, and Mrs. Zella
Mae Foster of Burnet; two sons.,
Carroll Truett Price of Corpus
Christ! and Glen Price of Ban-
A SENIOR SPEAKS
As individuals, you and I have
an inner desire to he Successful
in the personal struggle for sur-
vival and acceptance through the
fulfillments of our goals. Per-
hapes there are times though,
when each of us grow tired of
struggling, the pressures of be-
coming something grow to an
intensity that make us wonder
whether our efforts are worth
the trouble. For all of the stu-
dents at Bandera High, and es-
pecially for us Seniors, we must
realize that now is the time to
start becoming responsible citi-
zens and students.
In the unhalting ..pace of our
lives, the question ijjr “what dif-
ference does it make to anyone
or to any organization what I
have to offer?” The difference
is when another person has to
do your job because you didn't
care . The difference is that if
someone else doesn’t do your job,
it may not get done at all. The
big difference consequently, is
that you are an irresponsible
citizen, a poor example of a
fast-becoming adult, and a worth-
less member of your community.
BeeaWse of your apathy, some-
thing that depends on you, even
if it is your own education, will
Life is not -a pii-k-and-ehoose
fairy tale; neither are our goals.
AA'e can not have success in any-
thing we do unless we want it
badly enough to work for it.
Certainly, education falls at the
head of the list in this category.
A quote from Thomas, Henry
Huxley might he something all
of us could well apply to our-
selves, “Perhaps the most val-
uable result of all education is
the ability to make yourself do
the thing you have to do when it
ought to be done, whether you
like it or not.”
You and I do not know exact-
ly what we plan to do in the
future. AA’e do know what we
plan to do in the future. AVe do
know that we want to he ac-
cepted by other members of—
shall I use the controversial,
troubling word?—society, and we
know that we want to have
something to show for our edu-
cation and all the years we have
lived. Now is the time to start
planning, voicing our opinion, and
working for the advancement of
the things for which we stand.
The kind of adults we become will,
affect our children and our chil-
di.o’s children. AVe must work
now. not tomorrow, because to-
portance of the law and the
rights and responsibilities of
citizens under it.
The Texas Education Agency
is preparing teacher guides,
tapes and transparencies which
will be made available to schools.
The course is offered in com-
pliance with House Current Res-
VI AV \NM M. BARBECUE
AND WHITE ELEPHANT
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
Annual Barbecue and White Ev-
olution 46 introduced by the Com- phant Sale will be held Sunday,
piittee on Juvenile Delinquency October 13th. at Mr. and Mrs.
and passed by the Sixtieth Leg- James Shaw’s Ranch.
BANDERA SCHOOL SERVED
8898 LUNCHES IN
During September the Ban-
dera School served 8898 lunches.
This is an average of 445 per
day. Also 15624 cartons of milk
were consumed in the school
lunch room during the month.
VFW Members and tbeir fam-
ilies are invited. -
Ellis Browning, Qm.
MADRONA GARDEN CLUB
WILL MEET TODAY
Members of the Madrona Gar-
den Club are reminded that to-
day is tire day to meet. The
Club will meet at the Fellowship
Expenditures in the lunoh pro! Hall |!i’e .Handera Methodist
gram were $4459.21 for the first Church at 2 p.m* Visitors are
month of school according to
Marvin C. Schnelle, superintend-
Cost to pupils for meals are
only 20 cents on lunch tickets
and 25 cents when paid by the
day. This price is anlong the
lowest of any in the state. Mrs.
Della Schaefer is manager and
Chas. Webber, Salome Herrera
and Caroline Villanueva are
CARD OF THANKS
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fitz-
gerald wish to thank each and
everyone for their cards and
visits while they were in the
Baptist Memorial Hospital in
San Antonio. Both are home
now and doing nicely.
... HAM-STRINGING OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
OFFICERS in their attempts to put down ,riots and
other acts of civil disobedience.
And AGAINST the creation of further so-called fact
finding bodies to shift the burden of responsibility for
the present day disorders onto the law enforcement
Sam L. Darden
A Conservative Democrat
Paid Pol. Adv
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