Hondo Anvil Herald (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 104, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 25, 1990 Page: 3 of 24
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Hospital Haunted House
will not x-ray candy
1 he Hondo Anvil Herald, Thursday. October 25,1990, Page 3
Mr. and Mrs. J. D Huesser
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Huesser were
honored with a Mexican Supper
and dance on the occasion of their
50th wedding anniversary on Oct.
12, 1990. The celebration was held
at the D'Hanis Fire House. The
couple was married on that date in
1940 at the Holy Cross Rectory
with the ceremony performed by
Father Eugene Zuber.
The celebration was hosted by
their children and grandchildren,
Judy and Bill Moffett, Shanna and
Scott; Larry and Carolyn Huesser,
Denny and Deena, all of D’Hanis.
Among the guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Rohrbach who were at-
tendants at the wedding. On hand
to enjoy the food and dance were
about 80 of Annie and J.D.'s rela-
tives and closest friends.
The couple received from their
family, airplane tickets to travel to
Indianapolis, Indiana, for a week of
visiting with her brother, Louis
Schmidli, and his wife, Mary.
Accompanying the Huesser's on
their trip this past week were
Annie's sister, Polly Neumann, and
her husband Otis from Kerrville
who had celebrated their 50th anni-
versary this summer.
Medina Community Hospital
will not x-ray candy this Hallow-
een, but the popular Haunted
House will be open. All the spooky
creatures and ghostly terrors will be
lined up to deliver Halloween chill-
bumps Oct. 31, from 7 to 9 p.m.
Children to age 12 and their par-
ents are invited to visit.
"We haven't found anything in
the candy, or any signs of tamper-
ing," said Marketing Director Janet
Selle. The hospital has offered the
Hondo Chapter of the Order of
the Eastern Star is sponsoring a
spaghetti supper on Nov. 3 at the
Masonic Lodge Hall, 2607 Avenue
Q. Serving time will be 5 to 7 p.m.
You may eat at the Lodge Hall or
plates will be available to take out.
The menu includes spaghetti, cole-
slaw and garlic bread.
Tickets may be purchased in ad-
vance or at the door and are avail-
able from any Eastern Star member
or by contacting Dorothy Anger-
Court hears facts
on indigent care laws
Hope Rodriguez, who is in
charge of the indigent health care at
Medina Community Hospital, told
Commissioners Court Monday that
three new laws will affect the
County's expenditures for indigent
"First," she said, a new program
will allow some indigent patients to
go into Medicaid, which will take
them off indigent status. I am re-
viewing nine cases on this program
and have five referrals and four de-
"Secondly, Social Security appli-
cants for disability payments have
been placed on hold when appeal-
ing. But now anyone who is ap-
Catherine Mosbacher, wife of
Republican candidate for lieutenant
governor, Rob Mosbacher, will
speak at an 11:00 a.m. reception
sponsored in her honor on Friday,
Oct. 26. The event is being held at
Dusty's Bar-B-Que, 209 Hwy 81
Mrs. Mosbacher will greet sup-
porters and discuss her husband's
campaign and issues facing the
State in the 1990's.
Jack Pierson helped make the
pealing will have to be certified
and the County will have pay. But,
on this under certain circumstances
the County can be re imbursed
Four person will now go on County
rolls due to this change.
"The third change has to do with
the reimbursement rates for phar-
macists. The State says they will
use the red Book rates but most
pharmacists do not. If the County
says they must then they must;
however, it will mean very little
difference in the cost of medicine
to the County."
The Court decided to let the pro-
gram stand as it is being admini-
stered at the present time.
Ms. Rodriguez told the Court
that she has about 30 certified indi-
gent care cases. "However," she
said, "only about 20 of these use
the hospital on any regular basis."
Never having to say
BACK .... „„ RACK
Clothes & More
Buy or sell
2 pm - 5:30 pm Weekday
8 am - 4 pm Saturday
Free Circus Tickets
for the first
Landmark Shopping Center
Is Coming to Hondo!
Tuesday, October 30
Plunkett Bros. Circus
jig^Two Performances 5 p.m. &7:15 p.m.
Lion & Tiger Act
Just Back from a 2 year tour of
Japan; Guam,Malaysia & Far East!
Kids dress up as favorite characters
winners will receive:
Camel ^-Elephant rides
Cotton Candy &_ at her: prizes
• Contest Posters Available •
Midway Open 1 Hour Before Showtime
See Christopher James
2 Somersault on the Highwire!
- Advance Tickets Available :
Super S - Winn's
Back on the Rack
.........-Video Paradise - A Class Act
Hondo Area Chamber of Commerce
'Reiiular Cfold's GcrnCfSI Admission- K00
ADMIT t)NE CHILC 12 YEARS OR UNDER
Each child must be accompanied Dy
A FULL PRICE ADULT ADMISSION
Bolero para on mrio gratis
service the past two years while
children had an opportunity to take
a trip through the Haunted House
staged by staff members.
"Due to the extra exposure to our
radiology technicians and the
added workload on the equipment,
we have decided not to x-ray candy
this year," she added.
The hospital will hand out a flyer
which gives parents information on
how to look for signs of tampering
and members of the Hondo Police
Department will be on hand to an-
McGruff, die Crime Dog, wili be
there to greet the youngsters and
the police department will also
have free cokes and candy for
diose who visit the Haunted House.
Our grateful thanks to everyone for your prayers while
Michael was in the hospital and the expressions of sympathy,
visits and calls plus all the other niceties extended to us later. A
special thanks to the doctors and nurses at the Methodist Hospital
and to Pastor Luke Bouman and Pastor Nick Mayer for their
visits and giving us their support. God Bless each of you,
\ Mr. & Mrs. Sherman Mumme Elaine Kruse
Mr. & Mrs. Milton Mumme Buddy Kruse w
AARP Chapter #2543 will meet
November 1st, 10 a.m., at St. Paul’s
Lutheran Chruch Annex.
Our annual Christmas dinner will
be held at McDowell School Cafe-
teria on December 1st. The cost
will be $5. for each member attend-
ing. Payment for the dinner will be
accepted at this meeting.
Loraine Miller will start accept-
ing membership dues at this meet-
ing also. If you are unable to attend
regularly, you may also mail your
1991 membership dues to her at
1701 22nd St., Hondo, TX. 78861.
Please make your checks payable
to AARP Chapter #2543, not Lo-
Our program at this meeting will
be on the honey bee. Elva has once
again arranged for us to have a very
interesdng and informative pro-
gram. We thank her for continued
efforts to keep us entertained.
Remember St. Paul’s Lutheran
Chruch .Annex, November 1, 10
a.m. Blood pressure checks will
begin at 9:30.
Lee Bryant Lopez
Luke Andrew Lopez
Cindy and Jerry Lopez of Aran-
sas Pass are proud to announce the
arrival of their identical twin sons.
Lee Bryant and Luke Andrew were
born on Oct. 17, 1990, at Spohn
Hospital in Corpus Christi.
Upon their arrival Lee Bryant
weighed 5 lbs., 12 ozs. and Luke
Andrew tipped the scales at 5 lbs.,
10 ozs. Both babies were 20 in.
Also happy over the new babies’
arrival are older brother and sister,
Cole and Alyssa and grandparents
Robert and Norma Rothe, Rogelio
Lopez and the late Paula Lopez all
of D'Hanis. The babies' mother is
the former Cindy Rothe.
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
Sunday, Oct. 28
Bring a covered dish,
Iftensils, plates, Cups, tea and ice
v will be furnished. y
^ OLDEST BOTTLE
Ethel Martin Mrs (ilenn Gooding
Oldest Bottle - Early 1900’s 2nd Oldest Bottle 1945
(^MEMORY" DRAWING" )
Mrs Florine Wiemers
A copy of a 1911 bill from Windrow's, also a beautiful
and unique painted glass picture with brass chain. It
features a Gibson Girl" type lady and bears the note
" W.H. Windrow Souvenir- An up to Date Drug Store".
A Gold Class Ring Windrow's had designed and special
ordered for her graduation from St John's School
in 1932.(Dorothy Zerr and Lorine (Bendele) Saultcr
have the only other two)
A wonderful letter sharing memories of the store, dating
back to 1903.
Betty Sira ban
A beautiful Thank You letter
which we will treasure always.
Mr & Mrs Arthur Franke
Mr & Mrs David McGraw
Mr &Mrs Frank Winkler
25TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES
Mr & Mrs Richard Torres
Mr & Mrs Pat Salazar
Mr & Mrs Ramon Garza
Thank you to EVERYONE who has helped make our
25th Anniversary Celebration very Special!
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Hondo Anvil Herald (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 104, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 25, 1990, newspaper, October 25, 1990; Hondo, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth818108/m1/3/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.