Hondo Anvil Herald (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 99, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 28, 1985 Page: 5 of 30
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Ray Gallardo was born March 20 (the same
23 Methodists take Colorado trip
A group of twr y-three United
Methodists of Horiuo recently re-
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that billionaire: I’ll bet him a
subscription to the Hondo
Anvil Herald against a sub-
scription to the Wall Street
Journal that he can’t find one
single farmer in the entire
state of Texas who, if he
ajpatd to sell his farm for $100
million, would back out of it.
turned from a four day Christian
retreat in Winter Park, Colorado Six
adults accompanied the seventeen
The group packed three full days of
skiing, inspirational study, and re-
creation into their trip. The beautiful
condominiums and the majesty of the
Ehlinger is promoted
Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class
James W. Ehlinger, son of Alex and
Florence Ehlinger of Devine, has
been promoted to his present rank
while serving aboard guided missile
destroyer USS Farragut, homeported
in Norfolk, VA.
A 1983 graduate of Devine High
School, he joined the Navy in July
Rocky Mountains added to the trip’s
Study sessions led by the Rev. Bert
Clayton, Janice Clayton, and JoLynn
Bragg were on “What is God Like”,
“A Still Small Voice”, and “How Do I
Know My Values Are Christian?”.
The closing commitment service led
by Rev. Clayton centered on the
meaning of prayer.
Attending the ski-study retreat
were: Justin, Jim, and Chad Hayes;
John R. Faseler; John F. Faseler;
Jonas Hackebeil; Nathan Carroll;
Trey Glasscock; Dina Keilman;
Melinda Meyer; Sherri Oefinger;
Jana and Barbara Muennink; Bert,
Janice, Homer, and Cynthia Clayton;
Ken Kuykendall, Marty Del Bosque;
and Glen, JoLynn, Shelly and David
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Hondo A ARP
The Hondo Chapter of American
Association of Retired Persons
(AARPi will hold their regular
monthly meeting Thursday, April 4,
10 a.m . at St Paul Lutheran Church
Prior to the meeting, between 9
and 10 am, free blood pressure
checks will be administered for any
senior citizen, whether they are a
member of A ARP or not
Th« Hondo Anvil Herald, March 28, 1985, Pape *
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Vinyl Chair Cushion
•Textileno covet •A,riay polyester fill
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Deluxe Table Top Grill
•18 Inch deep beaded bowl •Ad|ustable chrome
•Plated cooking grid »Blark backed on enamel
finish »No 1835 *Req 0 96
One Good Bank
Can Serve You Better.
Ib today's changing business climate it’s difficult to guess who will own your financial
institution tomorrow. Some sell out - some merge - some close and some change personnel
bsfom yon have time to establish a working relationship with them.
That’s why COMMUNITY BANK should be your bank. COMMUNITY BANK ia owned by
local stockholders, it’s an INDEPENDENT bank, the directors are all local folks whose
interests are in thia community and the bank officers make their homes in this community.
They are your friends and neighbors.
COMMUNITY BANK has the largest capital base of any bank in the county and deposits are
insured by the FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION. These two facts assure
yon of STRENGTH and SAFETY when selecting your bank.
Ws want to be your bank and your partner in community progress.
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Bud and Bloom
•1 Gallon *Wide
selection ol varieties
The Flower Shower
Home Garden Sprayer
•Ideal for use on indoor plants & outdoor
gardens •Dispense water, insecticides,
fungicides & related plant food chemicals
requiring liquid spray application «No
231 DP «Reg 5 52
•30 Inch handle 14
Inch blade ‘Serrated
blade »No UWCS
•Reg 7 36
60’ Garden Hose
•5/8 x60 ‘Double
reinforced with tire cord
•400 psi burst strength
•Reg 12 96
March 28 thru April 3
9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Highway 90 East, Hondo
•Choose from most popular plant varieties including
Petunia. Periwinkle. Salvia. Marigold, Coleus. Moss
Rose, Impatients and many more »Reg 50c •Limit 9
WAL-MART’S ADVERTISED MERCHANDISE POUCY-lt „ our
Intention to have every advertised item tn stock However if due
to any unforeseen reason an advertised item is not available for
purchase Wal-Mart will issue a Ram Check on request (or the
merchandise to be purchased at the sale price whenever ivattabtc
or wrtl sell you a similar item at a comparable reduction in price
We reserve the right to Itmtl juanM.es i imitations void in New
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Proctor, Frances Reitzer. Hondo Anvil Herald (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 99, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 28, 1985, newspaper, March 28, 1985; Hondo, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth818113/m1/5/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.