Hondo Anvil Herald (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 105, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 19, 1991 Page: 3 of 30
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We've expanded our Baby Department
"It’s a Boy or It's a Girl "Cigars
Chocolate & bubble gum too! V/
Gifts fdr Baptism or Communion
Picture Frames & Photo Brag Books f J
~ Night Lights • Piggy Banks • Baby Ringsl^L
8 Silver Plated Gifts - Cups, Banks,
KJ_ Frames, Brush & Comb sets
Birthday dolls - (ages 1-15) & Quinceanera
I Stuffed Animals ^
\ Plus Much More! 4
1118 ISthSt. Hondo
Patrick DuBose and Monica Taylor
Taylor, DuBose to exchange
wedding vows in Devine
Mr. Berrimon Taylor and Mrs.
Vicki Goode of Angleton proudly
announce the engagement and
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter, Monica Lynn Taylor, to
Charlie Patrick DuBose, son of Pat
and Kitty DuBose of Devine.
Monica is a 1986 graduate of
McCallum High School in Austin.
She is a candidate for graduation
Dec. 21, 1991, from Texas A&M
University in College Station with
an Agriculture Engineering degree.
Patrick, a 1983 graduate of Devine
High School, served with the U. S.
Navy on the Aircraft Carrier USS
America for 3 1/2 years. He is em-
ployed as a fireman and EMT for the
City of San Antonio. He serves as
assistant fire chief with the Devine
Volunteer Fire Department and is
also an EMT with Devine EMS.
Monica and Patrick will exchange
vows Dec. 27,1991, at 7 p.m. in the
First United Methodist Church of
Devine. Friends are cordially invited
Celebration set: Bandera Co.
Courthouse is 100 years old
The Bandera County Courthouse
Centennial celehration and old-
fashioned ice cream social will be
held on the courthouse lawn Thurs-
day, Sept. 26 at 4 p.m.
There will be lots of Blue Bell
ice cream, fresh lemonade and
chilled apple cider, along with
Participants are encouraged to
get in the spirit of the event by
dressing in costume appropriate to
the 1890s. A parade of horse drawn
conveyances will add to the festivi-
A down-home band concert will
provide a musical background to
Commodities distribution set
The commodity contribution for
the month of September will be at
the following time and locations.
Coal Mines - Catholic Church,
Tues., Sept. 24,9 -11 a.m.
Natalia - City Office, Wed. &
Thurs., Sept. 25 & 26, 8:30 a.m. -
4:30 p.m. - ?
Hondo - Fire House, Wed.j Sept.
25.8 a.m., 12 noon. >
Yancey - Methodist Church An-
nex, Wei. Sept. 25,1 - 3 p.m.
Devine - Nutrition Center, Thur.,
Sept. 26,8 a.m. -12 noon.
D'Hanis - Nutrition Center,
Thur., Sept. 26, 8 a.m. -12 noon.
Castroville - County Office, Fit,
Sept. 27,8 a.m. -12 noon.
LaCoste - City Office, Fri., Sept.
27.8 a.m. -12 noon.
tours of the venerable building.
The event is co-sponsored by the
Bandera County Chamber of Com-
merce; Frontier Times Museum;
the Bandera County Historical
Commission; the Native Plant So-
ciety of Texas, Bandera Chapter;
the Commissioner’s Court and
other interested citizens.
Join us in paying tribute to a bit
of Texas history!
' For more information, contact
Nancy Hopes at the Bandera
County Chamber of Commerce,
Pvt. James M. Meneley has
completed basic military police
training at Fort McClellan, Annis-
Students were trained to provide
support to the batdefield by con-
ducting batdefieid circulation con-
trol, area security, prisoner of war
operations, civilian internee
operations, and law and order
operations. Also included in the
course were peacetime support to
the military community through se-
curity of resources, crime preven-
tion programs, and preservation of
law and order.
He is the son of James M. and
Maria E. Meneley of Devine.
Sgt. Dennis E. L. Reed has been masonry
decorated with the Army Achieve-
ment Medal which is awarded to
soldiers for meritorious service,
acts of courage, or other outstand-
The soldier is a campentry and
specialist at Schofield
Reed is the son.of Dennis and
Millie Reed of LaCoste.
He is a 1982 graduate of South-
west High School, San Antonio.
Commodities are given out on a
"first come first serve basis".
For your convenience, please
bring a bag or a box to carry your
Please bring your white card, it
will help us speed up delivery to
you and everyone else.
If you are picking up commodi-
ties for a friend bring their white
card and a signed statement author-
izing you to pick up for them.
Please remember commodities
will be handed out until supplies
This facility is operated in accor-
dance with the U.S. Department of
agriculture Policy, which does not
discriminate because of race, color,
sex, age, disability, national origin,
political belief or religion.
Win the race with growth
Apply a balanced fertilizer
for top forage production.
D'Hanis Holy Cross Parish Hall
Saturday, September 28
•Registration at 9AM
•Meeting at 10AM
All Medina Electric Cooperative
members are urged to attend
Medina Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Owned by those we serve
91 Chevrolet Ext. Cab P/U
No Down Payment
ilverado Package, V8, Air Conditioning, Auto,
ruise, Power Windows & Door Locks, AM/FM
Cassette - and more!
Stock No. 1231 Sales price includes $1,000 rebate
$9,650 or $189/mo.
Air Conditioning, Cruise, Tilt,
Stock No. 1061
$12,750 or $238/mo. **
No Down Payment
Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais
4dr, Air Conditioned, Auto,
Tilt, Power Door Locks, Cruise,AM/FM
Cassette, And More!
k No. 3020 Sales price includes $1500 rebate assigned to dealer.
$9650 or $189/mo.*
91 Pontiac LeMans
4dr, Air Conditioning, Auto,
Power Steering, and more!
Stock No. 2021 Sales price includes rebate assignedto dealer.
*60 month finance contract with $1,000 cash down or trade @ 9.9% annual percentage
rate with approved credit. Payment includes fust time buyer's discount.
**60 month closed end lease with purchase option. Total due at delivery first payment
and security deposit with 15,000 miles per year.
Jack Winkler Motors
The Hondo Anvil Herald, Thursday, September 19,1991, Page 3
Christy Gear is candidate
for Miss Teenage America
Heritage Manor News
By Lois Murie
Christy Gear, 14, of Hondo, is
one of 200 candidates to make it to
Level I of TEEN Magazine's 1991
Miss Teenage America (R) pro-
gram. She is now under considera-
tion to be one of 40 semifinalists
who will appear in the January
The 200 candidates, selected
from the 10,000+ entries received,
were chosen based on their scholas-
tic achievement, general awareness,
individual accomplishments, com-
munity service, poise and personal-
ity. The 40 semifinalists will be se-
lected based on their responses to
questions relating to home and
school life, goals and current af-
Twelve finalists will be selected
from the 40 semi-finalists and will
appear in the February 1991 issue.
The finalists will be flown to Los
Angeles, Calif., for a full week of
activities including judging, sight-
seeing, modeling and media ap-
pearances. Miss Teenage America
1991 will be announced at a press
party held at Loews Sanu Monica
Beach Hotel in Santa Monica.
Miss Teenage America 1991 will
receive a $15,000 college scholar-
ship from K mart, a K mart ward-
robe and her own monthly column
in TEEN Magazine. She will also
travel as spokesperson for the
Coverage of the 1991 Miss Teen-
age America program will appear
in the March 1991 issue of TEEN
The First Baptist church ladies
came to hold Bible study for the
residents. You could hear their
great hymns up and down the halls.
They always stay and visit with the
residents. Everyone looks forward
to their monthly visits.
Rev. William Patterson was here
later in the day to hold Bible study
with them. The residents have mis-
sed him since he had not been here
for a couple of weeks. He told us
he had been very busy. But hopes
to see us weekly now.
In The Garden!
This month the department heads
went to Red Lobster for our eve-
ning out This was a very special
month Chris and Willie Sanchez
were celebrating their 50th Wed-
ding Anniversary and my husband,
Bemie, was celebrating his birth-
day. Our spous^S really look forward *
to our evening out. They like to ex-
change ideas and meet new people.
Great time was had by all.
I had my cast removed after six
long weeks. It seems like a eternity. I
really appreciate all the great volun-
teers for helping out while I could not
Volunteers Are Great!
Jose and Marie Varela celebrated
their 60th Wedding Anniversary with
friends and family Friday, Sept 13.
Arturo "Tube" Medina sang "Let Me
Call You Sweetheart" Then we en- ,
joyed cake and punch. It was a great
The First Methodist Church helped
finish out the week with services.
See you next week. God Bless.
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Hondo Anvil Herald (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 105, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 19, 1991, newspaper, September 19, 1991; Hondo, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth818208/m1/3/: accessed June 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.