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Kerrville Mountain Sun (Newspaper) - October 3, 1962, Kerrville, Texas KERRVILLE MOUNTAIN SUN HARVESTER OF HAPPENINGS IN THE HEART 0 THE HILLS VOLUME 81 KERRVILLE KERR COUNTY TEXAS WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 1962 No 49 Kerr Buying Power Passes 31 Million Dollars Plans Made For Cowboy Camp Meeting The directors and the Ladies Auxiliary of the Cowboy Camp Meeting Association met at the Tabernacle near Mtn Home Sun day afternoon At this time plas were submitted for the new nursery kindergarten and store room facilities The new building will 30 x 24 feet and built of concrete tile Work day to begin on the new building will be Wednesday Octo ber 10 All directors and inter ested persons are urged to be present for this work day The group will meet each fifth Sunday throughout the year Time and place will be announced before each meeting All direc tors members of the Ladies Aux iliary ministers and interested persons are invited to attend these meetings W H Cowden is president of the Association and Mrs T D Hall is president of the Auxiliary fet Awards or MAKING PLANS for a Baptist Youth Retreat were this group who met at the Baptist Church last week Left to right are Rev N A Mills moderator for the Medina River Baptist Association iml pastor of the Center Point Church Martha Bench Leslie Sherman chairman of the Baptist Youth Retreat Committee Sherry Lcathcrman Rev C B Sherwood pastor of the Ingram Church Mike Gillcspic and Rohcrt Lockaby Not shown were Rev Jack Minter of the Oak Park Church and his students by Jorns Reading Tivy Faces San Marcos Friday The Tivy Antlers will face aseeking a repeat of the 35 lo severe test Friday night when the San Marcos Rattlers invade Kerr Fiftytwo Kerr County children mpleted the required reading of V 12 books summer reading elub project sponsored by the Momo rial Library and the Texas State j ville in their last nondistrict game of the season The Rattlers have won all three of their games and the attack iwill be led by the 185 pound half I buck Kecce Morrison who has Library Some of the childlren live on the Divide and at Mountain Jlome and Hunt A few of the children read many more books than the required twelve Attractive blue and white cer tificates issued by the Slate Li brary and bearing an imprint of one of the Rattler So far this season San Marcos defeated Lockhart 22 ito 8 look South San Antonio 24 to and won over Uvaldc 35 to ti victory won over Tivy last year Tivy Coach Jody Johnson1 said the Antlers plan to concentrate on stopping him on his outside runs We had one of the best work outs Monday that weve had all season Our boys are really working hard and I know they jlast Friday The visitors will do their he added Under Ihe San Marcos is in best Friday new district setup 14AAA district this year while Tivy has shifted to la AAA 14 Realtors For Multiple Listing Service Fourteen Kerrville Realtors and their salesmen met recently and planned to speed up the sales of real estate in the area by the use of the Multiple Listing Ser vice nationally known list exclusive list star fullback is said to be one of the best in the area and is the leading scorer is the district is a big boy over six tect and carries the ball aboul the new State Library and ljs ing in Austin will lc presented to i i i i i team the children who are eligible State Hospital Employees Plan PVT JOHN L son of Lt Col and Mrs John II Willard Kerrville has com pleted tight weeks of military The Service and members ings with each other within 24 i hours after receiving them The added service costs the buyer and seller nothing but gives mul tiple sales service to the proper ties listed Owners are asked when the properties are listed if they desire this multiple service Members of the service Fire Prevention Week To Be Observed Here Fire Prevention Week will be observed in Kerrville from Oct ober 7 through October 13 with he various fire insurance agen cies of the city sponsoring the event The mayor of the city nas isuccl a proclamation calling attention to the occasion School children are making aosters and studying fire pre vention in many of the class rooms over the area Emphasis is placed on the dangers of cigarette smoking which causes 25 Vt of all the fires misuse of electricity which causes of tne fires portable oil heaters farm fires church and all the the Fires arson forest fires greatest fire hazard of Christmas decorations Station To Dedicate New Transmitter Dedication of the new thousand watt transformer at Radio Sta J A C K COX Jack Cox To Speak Here Friday Night A rally for Jack Cox Republi can candidate for Governor of Texas will be held here Friday October 5 according to Charles Reiter Executive Committee man Cox due to arrive at the Muni cipal Airport about p will lead a parade of supporters airport through the Retail Sales In City Near Million The buying power of the ple of Kerr County lias been set at by the Sales Man agement Magazine in their an nual survey of I ho towns and counties in the United States The estimate for the city of Kerrvillo is In the statistics given the pop ulation of the county is shown at and that of the city is people In the county there are households with IS 100 of these being in he city The net income for the county is set at and for the city is The report for showed the i buying power at and the retail sales at Thirtyeight and three tenths per cent of the households of the county have an income of or less and the per centage in the city is There are pel cent of the households of the county which have an income of or less and in the area terminating at cily are jn that group Earning or less are per cent in from the downtown the Municipal Auditorium at 6 p m All supporters arc invited to the county and in the city join in the parade Free hot dogs and refreshments be held at 10 a i will be served at the auditorium police training at The Provost Kerrville are The Kerrvillc Real Marshall Generals School Fort Company Stacy Realty John He is 1957 gradR Furman DeGerin Realty Pioneer Night Gordon Gu mite of Tivy attended bock lion KERV Thursday morning according to the owners Al Mason and Clyde Jones The new equipment will quadruple the area covered by the 14 year old station Among those expected to be present are the Mayor County Judge City Manager chamber of commerce secretary former owner A G Rodgers and other dignataries Mason and Jones purchased the j In the are per cent of the countys per cent of rivy High School and Kellogg Compasy Fulbright andLation fivc ycars lgo and lhoir Texas Tech in Lub Billings Fermun Sublett Floyd application for a power increase be a ceremony in the runs oil a Quilt Forma because so much patch work had lo be done to get a library a u d i t o r i u m Saturday backlield due to morning at 10 children have pre season injuries The scores seem to indicate that he has done an admirable job and a to which the been invited Herman Gadcke Librarian will present the certificates at this time j The reading club was one in the more than 95 Texas cities andj five Bookmobiles serving 201 rui nil area wliich participated in this fourth annual project Teachers and librarians have found it toj be very helpful to the children in advancing their regular school J The theme for the work and the library is pleased to j Mens Retreat to be have had a part in such a Ranch October 1213 Presbyterian Men To Have Selling Class To Be Of feral j Dynamics of Selling a special Price Carl Meek Ed Lewin M Wade j Wade Gordon Monroe Maxwell Reniro and Don Jones following Cox address Football enthusiasts planning to attend the TivySan Marcos game at Antler Stadium at 8 p are urged to join the parade and have supper with Cox preceeding the kickoff AH Republicans Conserva tives and independent voters in terested in preserving our free enterprise system and our endan gered Constitution are urged to at jtend Fridays Reiter stal ed worthwhile plan The employees al the Kerrville State Hospital have planned a benefit enlertainmenl Pioneer Night to be held in the recreation room at the hospital Saturday probably is October 6beginning at six thirty The affair is set as a benefit for the Nursing Service Fund and will be used to purchase awards training course has been sehed Ior the workers There are B7 emiuled for Kerrville beginning Oct ployecs who have worked al Ilie This course is made possible O i 1 Q1 hospital for live or more years by the Distribution Education Pro lCll have been employed for of the University of than 10 years and one has been i and the Texas Education Agency breaking services for their Presbyterian there for 14 years uind will be presented in church building The held at Mo The Pioneer will feature two and a half hour sessions will be I by hot dugs coffee through Thursday from 250 watts in the daytime was Gordon Monroe and Maxrecently approved by the F C C Ground Breaking Sunday Kingdom Come On Plan To Buy Of Way supanlla canned shop Presbyterian and the leader The Kerr County Commission ers Court held a short session Friday afternoon and authorized the County Judge to obtain righl of way for State Highway 311 between Hunt and Camp Mystic Judge Julius Neunhoffer ex plained this was a routine pro cedure and would enable Ihe county lo obtain 5050 participa tion from the slate for the right of way The main section lo be obtained is at the Camp Mystic crossing where a bridge is to he creeled Family Night1 will be held al the Masonic Temple evening beginning at seven o iRov Sam M lunkin pastor 1 lower the San Marcos Church will be the Taking part will be Rev Hi Luther Ross Mipcrinton chard Ryan Dr W K Bell Billulcnl of Ilie hospital has issued Dooley Fred II Junkin Max cordial invitation lo the public Reinbach Hubert W attend and enjoy the evening C Maxwell Will F ulli Fred K John W R Voelkcl and Dr Choice B The congregation of St Pauls Methodist Church will meet Sun Texas day October 7 for official ground pro serv ices will begin at 4 Sunday on the site on Methodist En Meetings will be held in hl Road amis with unvcr Colorado River Authority1 Tho ls cordially invited very popular j Auditorium each evening at iHiiid Kev II Kllis Thomas I oclock superintendent ol the Kerrville j I District of Southwest Texas An nual Conference of The Methodist Church will Lilljedahl is congregation in their new Weather High temperature for the week was 91 degrees last Wed ucsday and the low was 47 de grees Friday and Wednesday according to Mrs John A Har ris official L S Weather ob server There was 42 points of rainfall Kerr County Abstract Has New Location Delegates and supporters from households and the city Earning more than per year the percentage shows in the coun ty and in the city The retail sales for the county were set at and those for the city estimated at 000 This is broken down into several categories in the county food sales totalled and in the city eating and drinking establishments in the county had a gross of and in the city General merchandise sales in the county were and in the Hiil Country have been city the gross was automobile sales were the same for the city and county and reached Furniture and i household appliances lor the conn were in the county and in the city Wearing apparrel sales were in Ihe county and almost the same in the city Gasoline sta tions sold in products The Kerr County Unit of the county during while Texas Stale Teachers Associationthe to attend Teachers Unit Hears Proctor And Jack Beard met Tuesday evening in the Tivy Auditorium when a group of inj terested residents of the county j also attended John Sandidge in Frances A Flyuu supervisory training specialist from the versily will conduct the Indifference on the part of salespeople is responsible for Wi Rites For Miss Mary Frances Mayor Council Holds On Mayor clock Masons Miss Mary France daughter of Dr and Mr Mayor 32 West Main passed away Monday evening at her home Services were Tuesday the Chapel with the wives are invited to attend and fichhmonls will be served re Post Office To Have Observance The City Council has held four sessions ineeling as a board of and will hold the public hearing on October 17 and Joel j 18 according to Mayor Cedric Toler Al a special session Tuesday evening the council discussed hold Wednesday i water service to residents on the Smith Funeral Harper Road then resumed the Rev Win of the lax rolls Most of per cent ol customer explains llynn Because sales people arc not selling as well as they can they seem indifferent to the he added Flynns course places emphasis on gelling ready for the custo mer product knowledge and ad ding the plus sale preside Rev Don the pastor of the who hopes to be building soon alter first of the year 4 Babies Born At Peterson Hospital Weeks of St Peters Episcopal the Church officiating Interment was in the Garden of Memories Surviving in addition lo her parents are three brothers Mike Jerry and Butch ol Kerrvillc1 one sister Mrs Phillip Sain of Office Department will jTulsa Oklahoma two grand mulluTs Mrs Frankie Davis of Uvuldo and Mrs Blanche Maud lilt uf Campbellsburg lud this year in the 25th Aversary observance of Letter Writing Week for October 713 plawd in the looby ijfpost oil ice Friends the period Banners dis of the Kerr carry the motlo Near With Let Ira Raiford of Midland here last week for a visit his brothers Gordon and Lloyd Uuitord and their families sessions have dolt with now construction Toler added Attewl Sislirs 1iwiTul Kev and Mrs Saltier were in Frodoricksburg to at tend the liberal svrsioes for her sister Mrs Kmil Schmidt 75 who died Sunday after a ling ering illness Survivors include her husband Rev Kmil Schmidt three children six brothers two sisters and three grandchildren The tho riles were held Edison Street Sunday in Methodist Church Mrs Cole Kelley returned last week from Austin she had spent sometime at tho bedside of her sister who was critically in jured in an automobile collision Mr and Mrs 11 D Fuller spent the week end in MeAllen with their son Gene who is con the Kntomology Sta Four babies were horn at tho Sid Memorial Hotpital i during the week according to Administrator George Lamb 1 Mr and Mrs Gene Rhodes jcenler Point Sept 30 girl Mr and Mrs Leon Treiber Ingram Sept 30 boy Mr and Mrs Jeff Bolden 22 W McFarland Sept 3D boy Mr and Mrs Jesus Rodriguez Medina Sept 30 girl The Kerr County Abstract Com pany has announced the remov of their offices to the Really am Trust Building according to Dar rell Lochte the owner Tho firm was organized in 1024 with ho late Werner Ixxble and John R Ixavell in 1924 Mrs Ixjchte took over the interests of her husband at his death and her son Darroil Lochle bought the Loavoll interest in 1941 Mrs Lochle retired from the firm in in their places year and of 000 Mas sold in of business this lolul the city stations grossed Drug sales in the county were and the citys sales were j Lumber and hardware in the county sold reduced the speakers and C A Snood vicepresident of the unit was the program chair man Tho speaker was Dr Dan Proc tor of Houston lornior president of the Oklahoma College for Wo men al Chickasha and Jack j j Board of Houston who sang a medley of songs from Oklaho Beard is well known hero having been a student in Schrein or Institute and married thle former Laura Mao Rennschel I Trinity Bapti To Hold 5 Day I Youth Revival nected with tioi there 0 L Luglan has returned from a two weeks visit in Jewel Iowa According to Lochte the firm installed the first entirely photo system in the state in 11I4H and Ihe move Lo the down stairs location is lo give added space for their growing service as well as for the convience ot their customers Mooney Plans j Press Party In Handera Infant Dies Funeral services were Wednesday morning in tho Centcrl on October 15 At that 19ii3 Mooney line will the aviation writers A special press parly will be held by Mooney Aircraft on the eve ol their annual distributors convention according to Gone Carman director of public re lations Writers from all over the nation j are expected to attend the sosi jsion which will be held at the Valley Ranch in Bandora HlUlter i The Trinity Baptist Church will hold a five day Youth led Revival lOclubor in 14 A revival loam i sponsored by the Texas Baptist Department ol Student Work will j include Daud Matthews and John I Lilly Bulb are graduates of Bay lor University and are now in their lirt year al Southwestern BapliM Theological Seminary i The Revival though Youth Led is for the entire church Youth will have the responsibility choral music ushering publicity spiritual preparation and witness ling The Youth Council has iniuteu I plans lor the mooting Turkey Men Costs Point Cemetery for Sherri Ann Rhodes day old daughter of Mr and Gene Rhodes ol Center Point The baby died Mon day evening in Iho Sid Peterson hospital Rev Sid Roes and Rev F K Gilbert officiated Survivors are the parents and Ihe grand parents Mr and Mrs Gene Rhodes Center Point and Mr and Mrs 11 M Humble Medina The rites were directed by Smith Jlojue lime the bo show n Avery Is Speaker For Optimists James Avery was the speaker at the Optimist Club nieetini A young man recently dis charged Ironi the Anns went on a hunting trip last week end and bagged a nice lat turkey hen Deputy SluTill Leon Maples call ed at his home and he admitted the shooting and produced tho evidence In tho Kerr County Court Mon Tuesday morning Avery who is j day Terrace Briggs Hall was famous for his art work wasfined and costs after ho theiinlrodneed by the club president waived a jury trial and pleacj Iliad Hopping guilty to the charges
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