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Lions Meet

September 22, 1967

The Blanco Lions Club met Tuesday at the Western Steak House and the program for the evening was a film, “The Unchained Goddess,” which was a picture about the weather and how it is forecast.

Lions present were Roy H. Byars, T.A. Cain, I.C. Caswell, Billy Harrel, J.N. Houck, Lester Cobb, Stanley Lane, Jerry Lindeman, Charles Miller, Ted Moffett, Kenny Moore, Aaron Posey, Wayne Smith, Maurice Stobaugh, Dee Lee Triesch, Al Trumbull and Clarence Waxler.

Bandera next battle

September 23, 1977

Friday night the Panthers travel to Bandera to do battle with the big, but pass minded Bandera Bulldogs. The Bulldogs are coming off 3 successive loses to Somerset, Comfort and Hondo. They are in a rebuilding year, but can play good football.

“We expect a tough game and have prepared for one. We as coaches and players have regrouped and have made personal commitments to be ready for our game this week. We are approaching the game with enthusiasm and a renewed confidence in our ability to do what is necessary to win.”

“We will have a new spark this week,” says coach Barr.

How-to class on clothing

September 23, 1977

A clothing construction workshop will be held Wednesday, September 28, at the PEC Auditorium in Johnson City.

Activities will begin at 10:30 a.m. County Extension Agent, Anita Jarvis, will be giving instructions on hoe to put n zippers, how to set in sleeves, and hoe to put in a fashionable hem. There is no admission charge and the general public is invited.

For more information call 868-7256.

Cattleman’s squad keeps Ninjas scoreless

September 23, 1987

In the Battle for Blanco, the Cattleman’s National Bank soccer team played a great game. The Ninjas had a terrific defense, lad by goalkeeper Carson Hostetler. Aaron Stenulson and Daniel White moved the ball well through the midfield. Troy Abbot, Hooly Head, and Lauren Elsey also showed a lot of hustle for the Cattleman’s team.

The offense came close to scoring, but even the gutsy play of Danny Bethke could not produce a goal. It was a spirited game that both Blanco teams played, and the Ninjas showed great improvement.

This Saturday the Cattleman’s National Bank team tries again at 11:45 a.m.

Soccer Schedule

September 23, 1987

Moore’s Trucking Cougars play at 10:30 a.m.

Blanco National Bank Scorpions at 10:30 a.m.

Cattleman’s National Bank Ninas at 11:45 a.m.

Green Acres Lawn Service Alligators at 1:00 p.m.

Another thanks to Gene Broughton and Ken Hargrove who operate Green Acres lawn service field at L.J. Wagner’s this past Sunday.

Panther 4-H Club names officers

September 23, 1987

Blanco Junior 4-H’ers have a new club. Panther 4-h Club was the name chosen by the young members who are third grade thought ten years old.

Officers elected to serve for 1987-1988 are: Courtney Koch, president, Carissa Malone, vice-president, Jennifer Krueger, secretary, Candice Caudell, treasurer, Monte Gray, reporter. Herbie Bryan and Jami Greenhaw were chosen as council delegates.

4-H is an exciting youth program that helps young people learn how to do new and interesting things though learn-by-doing projects. Anyone interested in more information can contact the County Extension Agents.

Club meeting are held the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Grange Hall.

PTP Fall Carnival October 31

September 23, 1987

The Blanco Parent Teacher Organization will hold the Fall Carnival on October 31, 1987.

There are those of us who work hard to get the Carnival together; there are those of us who attended the carnival; and there are those of us who do both.

We, the members of the PTO need to pull together and activity work together to make this carnival enjoyable and profitable. And yes, we need your help, Blanco.

The citizens of BISD have offered a helping hand year after year. How grateful the PTO is, and how proud you should be of yourselves for assisting our children to have a great entertaining evening and reap the benefits of the money raised.

So, join us in the PTO. Support PTO with your membership, donations and yourselves to make a memorable and positive Fall Carnival.

Thank you, Becky Diefenderfer President, PTO

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