The Boerne Star (Boerne, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 20, 1961 Page: 1 of 6
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STANLEY WINS ONE
Stanley defeated the Giants
Saturday night 13 to 5 in a
make-up game. D. Coryell pitch-
ed a good game giving up 6 hits
while striking out 10 batters. It
was a close ball game for 6 inn-
ings. The Giants led 4 to 2 until
the 8th inning when Stanley
scored 9 runs and added 2 runs
in the ninth.
Stanley traveled to Harper
Sunday only to lose 10 to 7. R.
Minor, Sr. pitched, giving up 12
hits, striking out 5, while Har-
per used three pitchers, held
Stanley to nine hits, Stanley com
mited 7 errors and played very
loose afield. It was a good ball
game anyway, most of Stanley’s
players playing Saturday night
and a late game seemed to tell
on Stanley’s hitting and playing
Sunday. Stanley travels to Pats
next Sunday, July 23rd to try to
upset the leading club. Return-
ing July 30th to play Boerne a
double header at the Fair Gro-
unds. Hope to see you there.
This should be two good games.
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Issued Every Thursday In the Land of Sunshine Milk, and Honey
Boerne, Kendall County, Texas,. Thursday, July 20, 1961
KENDALL COUNTY FAIR
The catalogs for the 56th an-
nual Kendall County Fair are
ready for distribution.
J. Pechacek, rf
C. Taylor, ss
B. Duennenberg, cf
R. Minor, Jr. lb
R. Minor, Sr. 3b
D. Coryell, p
D. Minor, c
J. Taylor, 2b
D. Behr, If
FIRE DAMAGE AT
Destroyed by flames of an un-
At a recent meeting of the determined origin was a two
Kendall County Commissioners store house pump
Fair dates are September 2, 3, with District Engineer R. O. p ? and water tower at Gable
and 4 to be held at Herff Park, Lytton, San Antonio, H. F. Hil- Lour^s’ south of Boerne on Hl£h
Boerne. ger, District Design Engineer, wa™0 ‘lowi , , ,
On the cover appears the pic- also of San Antonio and Resi- in on p m ^ S°rP<!wut
ture of Miss Diana Rausch, 1961 dent Engineer Walter Ehlers of V ; • r1; 0B, FridaY
Queen. Inside can be seen a pic- Kendall, Bandera and Kerr Coun ™wn ^ir,e. ^TOUps
ture of Miss Nancy Davis, Prin- ties, highway problems and
cess for 1961. progress were discussed.
The catalog which contains The No. 1 road project for 62
111 pages lists all the prizes be- requested by the Commissioners J311 tv?111?8 Were a comZ
ing awarded in the various de- will be an 8 mile stretch of road No damage amount
n^rlmprifs whiph rnnsisf. rvf Afr- -firim fn, ^a® been placed on them at the
answered the call which was
pretty well out-of-hand when
the firemen arrived.
These buildings were
partments, which consist of Ag- from Lindendale to Farm-to-
riculture, Truck Garden, Horti- Market road 1376 in Gillespie
culture, Tanning and Taxidermy County and Farm-to-Market
Livestock, Ladies Department in 1623 in Blanco County.
which can be found all types of
hand work, culinary, baked
goods, art and antiques and a
—Photo by Hillmann
HUGMAN—BROEKHOVE ina length gown of yellow em-
broidered organza identical to
Miss Josie Ann Hugman and the bride’s. She carried a colon-
Aviel L. Broekhove were mar- ia] bouquet of bronze chrysan-
ried Saturday, July 8th., 1961, in themums.
St. Peter’s Catholic Church at Altar boys were Billy and Pat
10:30 A. M. Father Francis Agold. Miss Betty Jo Schuetz
Kalina officiated. assisted as organist.
The bride is the daughter of The bride’s mother wore lilac
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hug- embroidered linen with black ac-
man. The bridegroom is the son cessories and a white carnation
of Mrs. Henry Broekhove and corsage.
the late Mr. ^ Henry Broekhove A light brown embroidered
of San Antonio. eyelet with biege accessories
Miss Bemadine Hugman as- and a white carnation corsage
sisted as maid of honor. Mr. was worn by the groom’s mother.
Richard Alivoit of San Antonio A reception following the cere-
was best man. Mr. Henry Hug- mony was held at St. Peter’s
man Jr. and Mr. Frank Presyan Parish Hall. Mrs. Ferdinand
both of San Antonio ushered. Zinsmeyer presided at the guest
The bride’s gown of white book. Mrs. Rueben Eilert cut the
satin and Chantilly lace was de- bride’s cake and Miss Lucille
signed in flowing princess lines. Lamm cut the groom’s cake.
A short lace jacket with long Coffee was poured by Mrs. Theo-
tapered sleeves completed the phiel Broekhove and the punch
dress. A bandeau held her shoul- ladled by Martha Hawkins,
der length veil. She carried a For going away, the bride
colonial bouquet of white car- wore a navy blue linen emsemble
nations. with white accessories. Follow-
Miss Bemadine Hugman, maid ing their wedding trip, the coup-
of honor, was dressed in a bailer- le will reside in San Antonio.
B. Pfeiffer, If
D. Herbort, ss
McAdams, rf- If
A. Herbort, lb
J. Pechacek, If
C. Taylor, ss
B. Duennenberg, cf
R. Minor, Jr. 3b
D. Coryell, lb
D. Minor, c
R. Minor, Sr. p
J. Taylor, 2b
D. Behr, rf
B. Pfeiffer, If
H. Feller, 3b, lb
G. Mains, 3b, p
J. Cottle, ss, p
Klein, p, lb
Fiddler, cf, If
L. Mains, 2b
Mellendorf, rf, cf
M. Cottle, rf
RED CROSS SWIMMING
Of prime importance and first
to be considered is 15 miles of
the Kendalia-Bergheim road
which also connects with 1623.
Still under discussion are the
side roads which are better
known as lateral roads, and
which seem to be a great con-
LITTLE LEAGUE RESULTS
Tuesday, July 11th:
Yankees 6, Indians 17.
Pirates 9, Cardinals 13.
Wednesday, July 12th:
Dodgers 5, Orioles 6
Indians 3, Pirates 8
Thursday, July 13:
Orioles 1'6, Cardinals 10
Yankees 15, Dodges 11.
It has finally come
A well rounded swimming pro apd gomfort res
gram under the guidance of the id t lik At t Hi h_
Red Cross will be offered in
Boerne Pool beginning August 7. W Ptens do not allow such
There will be three Water Safe- ' _
ty Instructors, who will offer ClasSEN—RAMSAY
fiV6 swimming clcissGS, bGgin-
ners, intermediate, and swim-
mers, using the official nine Alamo Heights Presbyterian
strokes and two life saving class church was the setting for the
es, Junior and Senior. In the wedding Saturday evening of
event there are swimmers who Miss Waldine Classen and Carl lt n tinaJlv COTT1p nas5C1
desire instruction in advanced Ramsay, whose parents are Mr. tke • g-ome- to be a ball ramp
swimming, this class is also a- and Mrs. Walter William Clas- between ®he Ltttle Le e Mo
vailable. The students will re- sen and Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Ram-
ceive their certificates, badges say, Rev. Hugh Robertson offi- 24th, 7:30. There will iS a char^
^•patches from the Red Cross 1 e • ,,, , f ge of one dollar for the men for
Office m San Antonio at the con- A ballerina length dress of donation to Iittle !ea Every-
clusion of each class. white silk organza and Chantilly bod t and * thp JL
This program offers Boerne lace was worn by the bride. The en £,ay gee if th can
the opportunity of having accred empire bodice was of tucked or- pla^ d k-d ,,
ited lessons available and the ganza and beaded lace with brief sa ^ ,, know thev
assurance of future life guards scalloped lace sleeves. An organ- thelSeShat havl been
who are properly trained in za cummerbund encircled the ST
water safety. Standard Red waist. The fiont panel of the full jn )-be grandstand, so everybody
Cross rates will be charged, skirt was of scalloped lace em- come 0*t and gee’ thfim
There will be adult as well as broidered with iridescent se- their finger nails glide into the
children’s classes. Anyone from quins and pearls. bases. I’m sure everybody will
age 5 to 80 can learn to swim A crown of pearls held her enjoy it Don Gourle* an^ ^
Register Pony Express Feed fingertip illusion veil. Her cres- man Blaize have agree to umpire
Store, Boerne. cent shaped bouquet was fash- the s p
Thank you, ioned of a white orchid and 8
Jerrilou McCreless and Ralph white lilies of the Nile.
ARTICLE DEFINES FORMER KENDALL GAS TAX
HSHING RIGHTS SHERIFF HAS HAIR Kh 1 , , .
Yu?tinLICj™4R- Fishing RAISING EXPERIENCE tainTrSund ofThtFedS eV
ights in public waters are de- Chief Deputy Sheriff Bill cise tax on gasoline which is
ined in a capable article in the Edge who operates out of Bee- used for farming purposes dur-
'uly issue of TEXAS GAME and ville can add another somewhat ing the fiscal year ending June
iTSH MAGAZINE, according to frightening experience to his al- 30, 1961, it was announced to-
?. D. Carroll, director of inf or- ready long list of incidents since day by David W. Sides, Admin-
nation and education. he has served in various law en- istrative Officer of _ Internal
This article was prepared by forcement jobs throughout this Revenue in San Antonio, Texas,
larris Toler, Assistant Attor- part of the State. Claims for refunds are to be
ley General, and covers all of An escaped convict and his made on Form 2240 any time
he statutes affecting the fish- wife were in jail at Beeville af- after June 30 and not later than
ng in public waters. The wild- ter being talked into surrender- September 30, 1961. Forms 2240
ife resources of this state are ing by Bill. The couple identified and instruction sheets may be
he property of the state and as Madison (Max) Lee Reynolds obtained from Internal Revenue
ire held in trust by the state for and his wife, had taken Edge for officers or from the nearest
he benefits of its people, with a 40 minute ride with a gun in county agent’s office.
io proprietary rights existing in his back. Reynolds a fugitive The IRS spokesman cautioned
he people to such game and fish from a Florida prison who also that farmers expecting to file
mtil such are reduced to cap- broke jail in San Angelo while claims should have records ade-
ure in a legal manner,” Toler on an armed robbery charge, is quate enough to enable Internal
>oints out. He then covers the also wanted in Wichita Falls. Revenue to verify the accuracy
ights of persons who own land Edge related the couple stay- of the amount claimed.
..... ’ ing at Skidmore were question- -
ed for having extra license PONY LEAGUE NEWS
TO BE DECIDED
President Kennedy is expect ______ ______ __ ____ _____________^
ed to decide soon whether to Boerne, junior bridesmaid, and
> protect against trespass, and
that the Legislature can-
>t remove these rights except plates in their car. As he was Friday nights game was a real
>r conservation purposes, or driving them to meet Sheriff upset for the Wildcats. After
here the use of such land con- Jack Robinson, Mrs. Reynolds, winning five straight games the
itutes a public nuisance. from the back seat pulled a gun Bobcats took them to the clean-
According to Toler’s article, and jammed it against the back ers. The Wildcats scored one run
is legal for a person to fish in of his head. Reynolds pulled a- the first, then could not do any-
ly navigable stream, but they nother revolver, took Edge’s thing until the seventh when
ust not trespass upon the bor- gun and ordered him to drive, they scored three more. The
iring landowners without per- After driving 11 miles to Bee- Bobcats started scoring in the
ission. Toler cited previous ville and 12 miles to Refugio, first and continued to score thru
ises in fully covering the ques- trying to convince his abduc- the entire game, including
on of public rights in fishing tors to surrender, Reynolds homers by Schuchardt and Stut-
kes and streams of Texas. gave in to the argument, unload ler. The Bobcats played this one
_ ed his guns and gave them to to the tune of twenty to four.
ICE PEACHES the Deputy and threw the ammu We hope that both teams
Mr John Zoeller paid the Star nition out of the car window. have had their “off nights” and
visit on Wednesday and pre- - . will play a good close game Fn-
snted us with some of the lar- Mrs. Joe Zoeller, accompanied day night.
jst and most beautiful peaches by a daughter, Mrs. Emil Kneup —-—
e have seen this season. Mr. per and children of Kendalia Grady and Gary Ebensberger
seller stated that out of 12 visited briefly this week in the young sons of Mr. and Mrs.
idlings, two trees are bearing Eden with Mrs. Zoeller’s other A. C. Ebensberger of Dallas are
lis bi^ lovely fruit. He also re- daughters Mrs. John Bergmann spending some time here with
>rted° having had around 3 and family and Mrs. Douglas their grandparents, Mr. and
iches of rain early Monday. Harris and family. Mrs. B. Ebensberger.
Mrs. H. L Duckworth of BAND CONCERT
Boerne was matron of honor for TT. , ~ . . _ ,
her sister; Mrs. R. N. Graham Boerne High School Band will
Jr. another sister, and Mrs. Jack Prejent it s annual summer con-
P. Donahue were bridesmaids; on du ^ ^2, at 8 p. m. on the
Miss Carolyn Kay Duckworth, r ^ „
— -- ------- ----- ---------- Boerne, junior bridesmaid, and , T?16 ®,an^ Boosters will sell
mobilize up to one million troops a nn Marip Graham flower eirl , 111 and tamales> cake, pie,
to meet the new challenge of A> y. Ramsay was best man; maud<lice crean* and soft
Communism, focussed now on Howard Classen Duckworth, drmks> before and during the
Berlin. nephew of the bride, and Mark concert, beginning at 6:30 p. m.
The President can call up that Donahue junior groomsmen; the Band invites you to come
number of Army Reserves and Howard Duckworth, R. N. Gra- °Ht aPd e^°y an evening of mu-
National Guardsmen by declar- ham> Jr| and Jack Donahue, S1C Wlth them- ltc
ing a limited National emergen- ushers. -*
cy. Defense department officials After the reception at the Mr«, r M Hnlmnn i«
said Monday a review of mill- Classen ranch ho£e> the COUple G’ M’ HolmaI1 18 recov-
tary readiness, ordered by the ]eft for a wedding trip to Mazat- e mg mcely from maJor sur"
President, would go to the White ]an Mexico Thev will reside in £eiY the home of her parents
House some time this week. gan Antonio. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Beutnagel.
The President asked the Pen- -
tagon more than a week ago for NOTICE TO PEP SQUAD
the detailed report on the avail- ^ Boerne High gchoo] Pep
ability and readiness of a foi- gqUad>s uniform for the 1960
ces. President Kennedy must de- foyotba„ n wiu be;
Clare an emergency to mobilize x , sleeve blouse
the resets and national ^ard tt and imilar to the one on
There are 21 Infantry Divisions th ttern McCaU No. 5074.
and the Army Reserve, 10 com- 2 yp le gkirt and weskit.
bat-ready divisions, plus 13 pattem ^cCall No 5074
other training divisions Pu , indian-head found at
In the event that the 90th Di- n h,<:
vision would be called, a large
number of men in and near
Boerne would be affected.
Make up game:
Stanley 13, Giants 5.
Results, July 16th.
Pats 0, Kerrville 3
Helotes 12, Boerne 5.
Stanley 7, Harper 9.
All Stars 0, Giants 7.
Games July 23rd:
Giants at Boerne
Stanley at Pats
Kerrville at Harper
Helotes at All Stars
All Stars 2
3. Black loafers; white bobby
4. White gloves.
5. White headscarf (if one is
'6. must have full uniform by
the first game.
The McCall Pattern 5074 can
be obtained by calling Donna
Waldeck or Lola Cantu.
Any girl in High School may
be in the squad providing she is
passing five subjects at all
Also she must abide by the
She must ride to all games on
the bus. She must return on the
bus unless released to parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rein-
hard and Jeffrey, accompanied
by Mrs. Louise Reinhard re-
turned home on Monday from a
week’s trip to Vicksburg, Miss.,
and other points of interest a-
long the way.
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BOERNE CHAMBER OF
Calendar of Coming Events
Thursday, July 20;
Boerne C. of C., 7:30
Friday, July 21;
Saturday, July 22:
Boy Scout Troop 102
9 to 12 Methodist Church
Sunday, July 23:
Attend services in the
Church of your choice.
Tuesday, July 25:
Bruno Phillip VFW, 7:30
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