The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 91, No. 71, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 9, 1987 Page: 3 of 19
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Wed., September 9, 1987 THE CUERO RECORD Page A3
By May belle Haros
P.O. Box 145
Westhoff, Texas 77994
First Baptist Church — Albert
Elam, Pastor. Sunday Services at
11:00 a.m.; Sunday School at
10:15 a.m.; Bible Study on
Wednesday at 7:00 j£m.
St. Aloysuls Catholic Church
— Sunday Mass at 8:30 a.m.
St. John’s Lutheran Church —
Russell Vardell, Pastor. Sunday
Services at 10:45 a.m.; Sunday
School at 10:00 a.m. This is Rally
Day and a Special Lesson is being
planned. Children from any con-
gregation who are 2 years of age
or older are invited to attend.
Pastor Russell Vardell was in-
stalled as pastor of St. John’s
Lutheran Church of Lindenau
and Westhof Sunday morning
Sept. 6 by Pastor Herb Beyer of
Hallettsville. Following church
services with communion a
covered dish dinner was served in
the Westhoff Parish Hall. Special
friends of the Vardells, Mr.
Herbert Mutchler from Nor-
dheim and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Hall and children from Victoria
came over for the occasion. The
best to Pastor Vardell and his
family as he serves these two con-
Weekend visitors in the Nor-
man Kahlich home were
daughters Kay and Kristie from
Midland and grandson young
Zack with his parents Kerry and
Linda Kahlich of Victoria.
This is birthday week at our
Cuero Community Hospital
Thursday: Alice Gomez ;
Friday: Anita Enoch, Deborah
Saturday: Linda Baker,
Anastacio Garcia Sr., Jackie
Gloor, Eliza Ross, Linda Stehling
Thursday: Nancy Brandt,
Friday: Juan Garcia, Frances
Liendo, Larry Schendel
Saturday: Bonnie Buenger,
Sunday: Deborah Wallace
The Cuero Record con-
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gloor of
Victoria on the birth of a son,
bom September 5 at Cuero Com-
munity Hospital. He weighed 7
pounds, 1 ounce.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Mathis
of Cuero on the birth of a
daughter, born September 5 at
Cuero Community Hospital. She
weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces.
house. Son David Toller and
niece Susan Karpel, out east
Texas way in Jasper, both had
Sept. 4th birthdays; grandson
Michael Rabe has a birthday
Sept. 7th; and Ed Baros son-in-
law Doug Daniel in San Antonio,
and sister-in-law Luella Baros all
having birthdays on Sept. 8th.
Granddaughter Andrea Toller
has a birthday coming up Sept.
Lana Spoor of Corpus Christi,
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilfred Ortman, had knee
surgery this week. Lana was play-
ing basketball with the All-Star
team when she injured her knee.
Twelve teams from the Corpus
area were competing in the tour-
nament. Mrs. Ortman reports
Lana doing Tine following her
We read with interest the arti-
cle in the Sept. 2 Kaleidoscope in
the Cuero Record about
Hamilton Fish, Sr. of N.Y. Ruth
and Elroy Peters sat at the table
at the banquet with Mr. Fish.
They were all attending the
American Legion Convention in
San Antonio. Mr. Fish, who is 98
years old, is one of the founders
of the Legion and the author of
the preamble to the Legion Con-
stitution. In 1971 my first cousin
married Hamilton Fish, Jr. He is
a U.S. representative from New
York. My cousin was Billy Laster
Cline, daughter of the late Mayne
Laster of Yorktown. Billy died in
May of 1985.
Joyce and Victor Afflerbach
missing grandson Michael since
he returned home to Syracuse,
New York following a 5-week
vacation with them.
The Henry Ba~os’ having din-
ner over in Yoakum with her
sister Mrs. Gertrude Turk.
Prayers and thoughts with
Mrs. Martha Hilbrich and her
family as Mrs. Hilbrich remains
in ICU in the Cuero Community
Thursday: Breakfast, Cereal, Juice
Luach, Fried Chicken, Sweet Rice, Green
Beans, Pineapple Rings, Hot Rolls, But-
Friday: Breakfast, Fruit Rolls, Juice
Laach, Tuna Casserole, Com, Fruit
Salad, Brownie, Bread, Butter
Monday: Breakfast, Cereal, Juice
Laach, Meat and Macaroni, Blackeyed
Peas, Lettuce Wedges with French Dress-
ing, Pineapple Tidbits, Cornbread, But-
Tuesday: Breakfast, Cinnamon Toast,
Juice Luach, Beef Tacos, Cheese Cups,
Ranch Style Beans, Lettuce-Tomato
Salad, Fruit Pudding
Wednesday: Breakfast, Cereal, Juice
Laach, Hamburgers, Cheese Slices,
Potato Chips, Lettuce, Tomato, Pickles,
Onions, Peach Half
Warm days and cool nights with a slight chance of late after-
noon showers through the balance of the week.
For Time and Temperature Call 275-2323
Farmers State Bank
Si Trust Company
Member: Victoria Bankshares, Inc./FDIC
Al the Parade
We were at the Featherfest Sat.
in Nixon, enjoyed the parade.
Debra Daniels and Bob Salter
were the parade marshals. They
were flown in on the Channel 12
Cuero’s float was entered with
three lovely young ladies aboard
and the faithful one — Claudius
Green — pulling the float. Linda
Warzecha rode with the school
board members. She is board
secretary. Her daughter Nita
Joyce marched with the Flag Drill
Team. The Dennis Ortman
children rode a float. Dustin is
Little Mr. Smiley and Deana is a
Little Miss Smiley first runner-
We talked briefly to Debra and
Bob as they were leaving on the
25 minute flight back to San An-
tonio. They stated they enjoyed
the small town parades and
meeting people in the Channel 12
viewing area. They were impress-
ed with the friendliness of the
Nixon people. Bob said especially
so since this is kinda Chris Mar-
rou territory! Debra and Bob
were both very cordial and
friendly. Misael Gomez was the
camerman with them. Ed
Hamilton was the pilot. Ed says
he has just recently joined the
Channel 12 crew and previous to
this flew the KSAT radio traffic
Also visited with Gene Kor-
sarek and Donnie Janacek regar-
ding the 5-K run. This is 3.1 miles
long. It has 6 divisions with the
most entries this year in the age
20 to 29 division. Many out-of-
town runners join in. Dallas and
Houston were about the fur-
therest places represented. Out-
of-town jogging clubs entered,
too. There were approximately 62
entries. This run will be an an-
Too Late To Classify
FOR SALE - 21 inch Zenith color
television set. Call 275-6704.
GARAGE SALE - Lots of
clothes, sofa, cabinet with glass
door, dishes, odds & ends. Friday
& Saturday, 207 Miltenberger, 8
LOST - White female Cocker
Spaniel with brown markings.
Very friendly, answers to L1N-
DY. If found PLEASE call
275-9144 or 275-3636.
FOR RENT - One bedroom fur-
nished garage apartment. Deposit
and lease. 275-2529.
Soar like the eagles
Releasing balloons was the climax of Rally
Day for the Co-operative Sunday School on
Sunday morning. The big event was held In the
sanctuary of the First United Methodist
Church. Sondra Wineinger, coordinator of the
Co-operative Sunday School, welcomed
members and teachers. Rev. Kent Kinard of
the Methodist Church presented Bibles to the
fourth graders. Rev. Harvey Frledel of the First
Presbyterian Church offered the main address
and Rev. Pat Connell of Grace Episcopal
Church led the group in p litany, “Soar Like
the Eagles” before the gaily-colored balloons
were released In the high wind and went on to
soar like the giant birds.
Blooddrive Sept. 23
The need for blood is a daily
reality in Cuero and other south
Texas communities. Without
blood donors, many surgeries
and lifesaving treatments for
serious diseases, such as cancer
and leukemia, would not be
possible. Patients in the com-
munity depend on regular blood
donations to help regain their
Cuero area residents can help
keep the community blood supp-
ly at a safe level by participating
in the upcoming blood drive
Wednesday, September 23. The
South Texas Regional Blood (
Bank will conduct the drive from
3 to 7 p.m. at Cuero Community
There is no substitute for'
human blood. It cannot be
manufactured. Regular blood
donors help insure that blood will
be available whenever it is needed
for surgeries, treatments for life-
threatening diseases, and other
emergency medical situations.
Blood must be tested, separated
into various components, and
prepared for tranfusion before it
can be given to a patient, increas-
ing the need for regular blood
donations in advance.
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block of West Main Monday.
Drivers of the vehicles were
Clemente Gonzales of Cuero,
Rogue Villarreal of Yorktown
and Delores Tucker of Runge. A
parked car was also hit.
Donating blood is a simple
procedure that requires only
about 30 minutes of the donor’s
time, and can mean a lifetime to
patients. A brief medical ques-
tionnaire is answered by the
donor for the safety of both the
donor and the recipient. Blood
pressure, pulse, temperature, and
iron level are tested, and then the
donor is allowed to get comfor-
table on a donor bed. The actual
donation takes about six to eight
minutes. After a few minutes ol
rest and refreshments, the donor
can return to most normal daily
activities. The blood is then taken
to the blood bank’s lab at the
Victoria branch of the South
Texas Regional Blood Bank for
extensive testing and processing.
Each unit helps as many as tour
* For more information on the*
community blood drive, call Mrs.
Chris Kilpatrick at 275-6191.
The 22nd annual Jerry Lewis
Labor Day Telethon to fight
Muscular Dystrophy and other
muscle diseases raised a record
$39 million on Monday and
workers tossed confetti as the
entertainer declared the effort “a
good day for mankind.”
Locally, Radio Station KQRO
reported pledges of $1585.70.
Members of the Pilot Club mann-
ed telephones and members of
local Boy Scout troops were
located throughout the city at
Station owner and manager
Mary Dudeck thanked all those
who helped in every way.
The national telethon surpass-
ed last year’s record of $34
million by nearly $5 million.
The Cuero pledge center
reported donated amounts to the
Victoria television station which
in return reported to Las Vegas
headquarters of the telethon.
Members of the Cuero Lions Club will meet at noon at th.
American Legion Civic Center.
5. Fishhook .
9. A wise man
12. Insides of
15. Knave of
clubs in loo
16. Sr.’s name-
17. English poet
19. Little child
4. Half ems
5. Make fast
11. Caustically 30. Weird
15. Sat 31, Showers
18. Escape 32. Graf -—
i slang) warship
23. Sets of
25 Chinese ■
EMT classes will begin at 6 p.m. Phone 275-6191, Ext. 311 for in
TOPS will meet at 7 p.m. at 611 E. Live Oak, phone 275-3502 for
nu nan nnSn
Members of the Cuero Rotary Club will meet at noon at the Cuero
Men’s Interdenominational Prayer Breakfast will begin at 6:30 at
Members of the Cuero Masonic Lodge, No. 409 will meet at 7:30
26, Chills and
33. Saint -,
34. Splicing pin
36. Rabbit fur
38. Eagle's nest
L flaluctant _
John C. French PTO will meet at 7 p.m. in the school cafeteria.
The Cuero Art Guild will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Armory.
The Hawthorne Club will meet at 3:45 p.m. in the Women’s Club
Cuero VFW Post 3972 and Auxiliary will have a chili-hot dog sup-
per at 7 p.m. followed by regular meetings. Women should bring a
side dish or dessert.*
Chamber ribbon cutting ceremony at The Look Nook, 402 S.
Esplanade at 10:30 a.m.
Cuero Gobblers versus Rockport-Fulton in Gobbler Stadium.
Kickoff 8 p.m.
AA and Al-anon will meet at 8 p.m. at 203 W. Church.
Farmers Market will open at 2 p.m.
First Baptist Church Men's Fellowship breakfast at 6:45 at Un-
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