Kerrville Mountain Sun from Kerrville, Texas on June 19, 1958 · Page 13
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June 19, 1958

Kerrville Mountain Sun from Kerrville, Texas · Page 13

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"A KerrvMe tnaHtttton Far More Than 79 Kmvllle Mountain Sun, Kerrvillc, Texas, June 19, 19B8 Ffft Political Announcements The Kerrville Mountain Sun has been authorized to announce the candidacy of the below listed homes, subject to the action of the voters in the Democratic Primary Election, to be held July 20. FOR STATE SENATOR: Harold K. Kennedy Sylvester Lewis Louis Crump Joe Swnnner FOR REPRESENTATIVE: Joe Rurkctt, Jr. Jerry Shurley FOR COUNTY JUDGE: Thomas W. Wren John Leavell (Re-election) Robert I. Wilson FOR COUNTY CLERK: Miss Emmie M. Muenker FOR COUNTY TREASURER: E. M. McDonald FOR COMMISSIONER PRECINCT NO. 1 : A. M. Schwarz, Sr. David Brewton (Re-election) Roland Schellhase FOR COMMISSIONER, PRECINCT NO. 2 Vernon Powell FOR COMMISSIONER Precinct No. 4: Lewis Hurt, Jr. Roger E. Stone FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PRECINCT No. 1: Virgil Storms FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE Precinct No. Two Ira L. Pringle FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Precinct 4 B. A. Jordan If. B. Engleman Fred E. Young Katchy' Ry Kathlene Bennett NEED CASH ? 'l^.tr ti-\n. power Uwn momr. •UnUwrapMe tnUrftr <*Mb MM! Pleasant summer days of swimming, skiing, picnicking are filling Kerrville teenagers' lives as the summer quickly rolls by. Some of the more industrious ones have spent their time working at jobs or studying in summer school. Rita Edington and Janet Wilson spent the week at Camp Eagle, near Rocksprings. Leslie Marshall was up from Charlotte to see Rita last week end, nnd Kent Billue plans to visit Janet this Friday. Kaye Davenport has joined the ranks of the "working people" with a part time job at Harris Men's Shop. Billie Schumacher is working for the ':ity as a secretary, and Madeleine Sowards plans to earn some spending money by teaching private swimming lessons. Some studious students have enrolled in various summer schools for the three months. Hub Parks, Linda Knapp, Coy LnMeilleur, Julie Mosty are some who have planned to attend school. Nancy Carter is attending school at Texas University and Billie Schumacher and Janet Caton plan to visit Nancy soon. Hub Parks will leave later this week for the national convention of student councils in St. Louis, Mo. Hub will be accompanied by his mother on the trip. Dick Jackoway, Hub's cousin from Portland, has been visiting here this week. The Junior Council of the Teen Tavern voted last week to open the Center on Friday nights only during the summer. A new jukebox has been installed and the records will be chosen from the top 40 listings of popular records. Billy Furman, Council president, urges teen-agers to take advantage of the Youth Center this summer. George Yarborough is the spon- COW POKES By Act Reid Howdy Partner! Welcome to the Jaycee's Annual Rodeo, and we hope you enjoy every minute of the big show. And, if your car is acting like a bucking bronc, bring it down to the Mosty corral. We kinda specialize in gentling honery cars . . . and we always like to visit with our friends. Come to I^HtafMijI^^u; M 'ajyiyto»^hv i A"'' 1 •fr^T 1 '- ftf^- t> '*--"^" LMt -*'Vf<^J'** : t* "fr^fjm-T-~-T^- *J^tdtf see us, and be sure and see the rodeo, too! Mosty's Garage Water and Lemos Streets CL 7-6015 Macks, Bank Hold Leads Hitting and Pitching Mark League Games "All I said wuz: 'Our old Brahmer bull has been over in yor« pasture for a couple of weeks.' " a tour of the Navy air Overland, Kerr County, Texas. sor of the Teen Tavern. Betsy Johnston honored Betsy Boushall with a Coke party and get-together Wednesday. Betsy is from Houston and formerly lived here. Guests included Bonnie Schupp, Nanci Allison, Sandy Perlowski, Linda Knapp, Katchy Bennett, Juiy Singleton, Kaye Davenport, and Edwina Overstreet from Lui)bock. Tuesday Bonnie Schupp, Katchy Bennett, Betsy Johnston and Edwina Overstreet had lunch together and finished the afternoon with a swim. Marlene Eichblatt of Taft is Judy Singleton's guest this week. Marlene is a former Tivy- ite. Visiting in Corpus Christi this week were Douglas Compton and Coy LeMeilleur and while they were there they made base. John DeLoach, Bill Bocock and Billy Padgett are in at Fort Hood for a two weeks' training period with the National Guard. Carlos Ko^hman, former Schreinev Institute student, will be visiting Carolyn lift this week end. The Queen for the Rodeo will be announced tonight at die 'irst performance. Candidates and their escorts include Sue Dale Simmonds and Billy Sirhupp, Alys Doering and Clay VIcBride, Beverly Peterson and Karl Ransleben, Janet Caton and Jack Parks, and Kay Mosty and Jim Simmonds. Seen Saturday night dancing and enjoying the fun were many of the Kerrville young people. Among them were Ronnie Townsend, Jerry Bowlin, Felicia Fisher, Carolyn Clift, iay Wilson, Janet Ahrens, •loyd Simons, John White- louse, Phyllis Allan, Betsy ohnston, Tommy Daniels, Robit Nance, Mary Brooks Brew;on, Karen Caton, Lois Kullon- berg, Billy Schupp, Homer Stevens, Susan Wiggins, Janet Vilson, Rita Edington, Julie Mosty, Ronnie Chalk, Billy Furman, Billie Schumacher and ierald Schoenewolf, Softball enthusiasts have put heir ability to good use in the Church Softball League. Some if the )laying "younger generation" for the churches in- Real Estate Transfers Ernest J. Lidiak et ux to Floyd Black et ux, $10.00 etc., being lot 4 and E. of 3, block 4, Fail-view Addition, City of Kerrville .Texas. Barbara McKay et vir to H. M. Nash, $10.00 etc., being lots 13 & 14, block 42, J. A. Tivy Addition, City of Kerrvilh, Texas. Lillian Council to C. DonaM Van Wart, $10.00 etc., being 2.31 acres, Survey 136, John William C. Brooks et ux to Jasper Moore, $10.00 etc., being Various Acres, Survey 13<5, John Overland, Kerr County; Texas. Virginia Moore to William C. Brooks et ux, $10.00 etc., being lot 1, block 2, Jasper Moore Subdivision No. 1, Kerr County, Texas. William A. Cocke et ux to James Gary Meek, $10.00 etc., being part Site 8, block 4, Starkey Manor Subdivision, City of Kerrville, Texas. Legion Biochemists Attend Symposium Dr. Arthur E. Meyer, Consultant in Biochemistry, and Norman t. Poole, Biochemist, at the Veterans' Administration Hospital, are attending the sixth National Symposium of Medicinal Chemistry, conducted by the School of Pharmacology, University of Wisconsin, Medial College, Madison, Wis., June 2 2to 25, according to Dr. Van Cookerly, Director of Pi-ofes- sional Services at the V. A. Hospital. Dr. Meyer plans to fly, leaving on June 18, and after the Symposium will visit friends at Lake Geneva, Wis., and Rockford, 111. Poole and his family are also leaving on the 18th and will visit his parents after the Symposium at Battle Creek, Mich. They will return to Kerrville on July 14. Children like to draw? Buy them scribble paper at the Mountain Sun. Newsprint scraps only lOf a pound. (Adv.) Mountain Home Revival Continues A revival meeting, which was begun last Sunday at the Sunset Baptist Church near Mountain Home, will continue through Sunday, June 23. Re/. John Frasier of the Ingram Baptist Church is the preachor and the song service is being directed by Mrs. Bill Talbert. A Booster Band for all children meets each evening at 7:30 o'clock and prayer services for the adults is held at the same time. The evening services begin at 8:00 o'clock and the pub- lie has been extended a cordial invitation to attend. elude Spencer Brown, Jerry Bowlin, Billy and Charles Schupp, and Jimmie New. A Firm Foundation . . . i <j ».'.••' •%••••.","' .V-:', ••:'•:•-. "'V'" x;\.« .' •>:-.. " ' " '' *' '• ' Mooney Aircraft is indeed based on a firm foundation. An excellent airplane, constructed by skilled craftsmen . . . who are standing on concrete supplied by us! Best wishes, Men of Mooney, and happy Birthday! Quality Ready-Mix Co. Howard Eaglebarger Phone CL 7-5417 IJy (jerry Schoenewolf D.'an Massey Here are the results of the »'"' Fletcher ittle and Pony League portion f the groat American pastime for the week of June !I-M: Monday: In Little League tile eague-leading Schreiner Rank lefeated the Petersons' Roek- •ts, 5-1. Wayne Curtis and Tim tohns collected three home runs jetween them for the Rank. Steve Arhclger's bonier in the ast inning was the only hit scored by the Rockets. In Pony League the Temple .imberjacks increased the win- ling streak to seven straight wins as they downed the First State Rankers by a score of Mi. Jerry Smith led the Lumher- acsk in pitching while Al Daves along with Johnny Pieler and Robert Daniels led .em in hitting. Tuesday: In a game played »s a memorial to Dr. Charles Mares, the first president of the Little League in Kerrvil'p, who recently died of a heart attack, the VFW Vets handed the harles Schreiner Company a 24-10 defeat. Of the Vets' 24 runs, 22 were walks. In a close Pony League game the Mooney Mites nosed out the Ware's Rebels 0-8, after coming from behind. "Tuffy" Flether was the winning pitcher, pitching the complete game IToolie Mnngum led them in hit ting. Wednesday: The first gnnr of a little League double-hoade siiW the Charles Schreiner Raul Icfeat the Charles Schreine Company Hi-'!. In the seeoiu i';ame the VFW Fighting Vv': scored a !!.-•'! victory over tin Sport Shop Jets. Wayne Curtis and Raj-mom' LeMcillour led the Hank in hitting while in the second gar.n the hitting for the Vets was u.d by Fred Schweining and Mik( Wren. Thursday: In Little League the Sport Shop Jets, led by tin two-hit pitching of I) a n :i y Klein, (lefeated the Kervvil!'. Times, 4-1. Klein allowed thi Times only two singles. The hitting for the Jets was led l:y Cecil Morris, Frank Loria Jimmie Stephens, James Davis, and Ray Crooks. The ' First State Ranker: downed the Ware's Rebels by the score of 12-L' in the Pony League game. Jackie Warr. wns the winning pitcher, allowing four hit ^ in four inninr,'J. Don Johns received the loss. Friday: Tin 1 Petersons' Rock* •Is handed the Kerrville Times i 2'1 7 defeat in Little League iction. The hitting was led by -Ueve Arhelger, Dick Frazor uid Norman Conic. Jesse (Jarza, \l llartunv; and David Edi'ig- on also helped out. Tn Cony League a very closo fame was played between me Temple Lumberjacks and the .Mooney Mites which Temple won by the score of '}-2. Al )aves was the winning pitchci 1 , llowing only one hit. Dean lassey, the losing pitcher, ai- .iwed only two hits. Standings '.iltle League W. .L. Vhreiner Rank 11 1 v'Ftt" Fighting Vets 7 5 Vlerscins' Rockets 7 fi >|iort. Shop Jets f> 7 \errville Times ..5 8 •Vhreinor Co. 1 10 'ony League W. L. .umberjacks . . 8 0 Mooney Mites ' . . . 5 !! '•'irst. Stale Rank 5 5 vV'are's Rebels .. 0 8 Mr. and Mrs. Murph Thorp Tr., and children of Dallas are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mis. W. A. Sullivan, and are also spending some time with Mr. ami Mrs. Louis Strohackor and children in the Turtle Greek Community. KERR INVESTMENT CORPORATION AUTOMOBILE AND HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE LOANS Standard Interest Rate — Locally Owned and Operated 835 Water Street Phone CL 7-5288 PLAN NOW... To Enjoy Life After 60 Clyde V. Barlow See Your SwL Representative Mrs. Garland Lang JAMES RALPH WOOD, PRESIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY car In the above picture. Harry Vogler is shown on his arrival in Zurich, Switzerland, after he delivered a Mark 20 from the Kerrville factory. We Are Proud Of Mooney Craftsmen! As Mooney Aircraft observes it's fourth anniversary with the delivery of their 250th new Mark 20 airplane, we want to salute the people who have made this possible. We are proud of the handiwork of the 155 craftsmen who completely manufacture these wonderful airplanes. Best of luck, Men of Mooney! Kerrville Vulcanizing Plant GULF DEALER RUDOLPH STERLING, Proprietor QUINLAN AND WATER STREETS PHONE CL 7-4343

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