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Newspaper copy courtesy Waverly Lewis

A story from The Bandera New Era
Nov. 1, 1934
Newspaper copy courtesy Waverly Lewis

Mr. and Mrs. Gus Reinarz spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. DD Saul.
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Newcomer, and son, Bobbie D., spent Monday in San Antonio.
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Fisher, of Utopia, took dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Edwards.
Miss Juanita Godkin, of Spicewood Springs Ranch, spent last week with Mrs. Emil Villeman on the Rice Ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. AH Schott and Arthur Pickens returned Sunday from a trip to the Exposition at Chicago. Adolph came driving in with his coupe mounted on a big new Ford truck which he purchased at the factory.
A Halloween social was given at the home of Rev. and Mrs. IV Garrison Friday night. Quite a number were looking very spooky and after a late hour refreshments were served.
A school carnival will be given on the Heder lot next Saturday, Nov. 3, under the auspices of the PTA. We will appreciate everyone coming and doing their bit for our school. There will be all kinds of amusement for old and young. A one-ring circus will be staged the auditorium Saturday night at 7:30 pm. Ten cents admission for all.
The members of the Methodist church gave an entertainment Tuesday night at the church for Rev. Vasco Teer, to show their appreciation of his faithful and untiring efforts shown the people of the Methodist church.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Buckelew and family, of San Antonio, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. WC Swinney Sunday.
Leslie Hinds went to Bandera Tuesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgule Johnson have returned from Comstock.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Keese spent Thursday helping Mrs. Laura Hillman do some canning.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Johnson and sons, Willis and Sherrill, visited in the LC Hinds Home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lucius entertained quite a number of their friends Saturday night with a bunco party.