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City sponsors cleanup week The City of Cuero will sponsor Fall Cleanup Week Oct. 21-26. Items may be taken to the Cuero Collection and Recycling Center free of charge with a city utility bill for proof of residency. Tires will not be free during clean-up. There will be no curbside pickup. For more info, call the city at 361-275-3476.

Bat specialist here Tuesday The City of Cuero and the Cuero Main Street Advisory Board are contracting with Jim Kennedy, formerly of Bat Conservation International, to assist businesses here in a meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 22. He will conduct a tour of the infestation in the city’s downtown buildings, meet with building and business owners and then give his opinion and a plan for housing and then relocating the Mexican Free Tailed Bats to a better location. For more info call the Cuero Main Street office at 2758178.

By GLENN REA Editor & Publisher Early voting began this week for a $76 million bond issue called by Cuero School District. Early voting continues through Nov. 1 and election day will be Nov. 5. According to CISD board of trustees, if the bond issue passes it will fund the following projects: •New elementary schools $33.5 million. This would include construction of a new pre-kinder-

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Pet organization makes plenty of progress in a year By ELIZABETH RODRIGUEZ Cuero Record

In just over a year, Ron Ledbetter, president of Pet Adoptions of Cuero, estimates 100 dogs have been taken off the streets with the assistance of the organization. These dogs have either been adopted or taken to a larger shelter

Band, choir concert Tuesday

A public meeting to present the first report will be held at the Westhoff School Library on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at 7 p.m.

tions/renovations - $9 million. Includes: new classroom wing for sixth, seventh and eighth grades; new ag shop; new band hall and choir; locker room addition and renovation; covered walkway from cafeteria to main building. •High School renovations - $2 million. Includes: new classrooms; new art room; remove portable buildings; ag classroom and shop addition; renovate ‘Hot Box Gym’.

Shown at right, from left, Pet Adoptions of Cuero vice president Myrna Hassfield and second vice president Linda Anzaldua survey the stray dogs at the City of Cuero animal shelter. Below, Anzaldua holds at cat at the city’s cat shelter. The organization was founded in August 2012. Officers estimate the club has helped take 100 dogs and 100 cats off the streets of Cuero. Photos by Elizabeth Rodriguez/CueroRecord.

The Mini Trotters will be performing with the group during the half-time show on Oct. 25. There will be an additional practice at 6:15 p.m. Oct. 24 in the Girls’ Gym. For more info, call Janet at 361-799-9954.

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garten, kindergarten campus for 300 students. It would also include construction of a new first, second, and third grade campus for 600 students. •Intermediate school renovations - $1.8 million. Renovations would include upgrades for heating/air conditioning; restroom; repair-install fresh air units; repair damage to asphalt parking lot; new fenced playground and new ADA playground. •Junior High addi-

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Mini Trotters perform Friday

Cuero ISD bands and choirs will present a concert at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 29 at the CJHS Competition Gym.

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Home dedication Thursday Habitat for Humanity of DeWitt County will host a home dedication celebration at 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24. The home is on 400 W. Hamilton St. Keys will be handed to Tierney McKaine. The home will be open until 5:30 p.m. The community is invited to meet the McKaine family and tour the home.

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out of town. Linda Anzaldua, second vice president, estimated the same figures applied to cats. “We’re a small town. There’s only so many you can adopt in a smaller town,” Linda said. “Luckily [these shelters] know we’re nonprofit. They know we treat the See PET ADOPT, Page 3A

Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum opens Nov. 23 After years of fundraising, planning and acquisition of premium artifacts by a dedicated group of local and regional volunteers, the Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum will open its doors to the general public on Saturday, Nov. 23. Visitors will get a limited look at the Colt Model 1877 revolver, serial number 73,728, once owned by notorious American outlaw, John Wesley Hardin (18531895). Hardin purchased the gun from an El Paso

merchant. The revolver will be on loan from the Kurt House Collection. Other priceless objects will find a lasting home in the museum. In 2009, the CTHM signed a permanent loan agreement with the University of Texas at Austin to house and care for the worldclass Horsemen of the Americas—Tinker Collection. Dr. Edward L. Tinker (1881-1968) devoted a significant portion of his life exploring See MUSEUM, Page 3A

The Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum will open Saturday, Nov. 23. The museum chronicles the lives of cowboys and their trail drives. Cuero Record photo.


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following committees: Economic Restructuring, Promotions, and Design. The program follows the guidelines from the Texas Main Street program and National Trust for Historic Preservation. For more info on the committees, to volunteer to serve, or to nominate someone, call the Cuero Main Street office at 275-8178.

The Cuero High School class of ‘74 will have their 40 year reunion on May 24, 2014.

Flu vaccines available Flu vaccines are available for the 2013-2014 season at Cuero DeWitt County Health Department located at 115 N. Gonzales (DeWitt County Annex Building). $20 per flu vaccine for private pay. No Medicare accepted. Walk-ins welcome or call 361-2750920 for available times.

St. Michael’s sponsoring 5K Oct. 27

Main Street Program seeks nominations The Cuero Main Street Program is accepting nominations for Cuero business owners and/or residents who would like to be involved in any of the

The fourth annual St. Michael’s School 5K Run/Fun Walk will be held on Sunday, Oct. 27, in conjunction with the school’s Fall Festival. There will be eight divisions for entries of all ages. Medals will be awarded to all division winners. Check-in begins at 8 a.m. with the race beginning at 8:30 a.m. Entry forms are available at the

school. Early race entries are due by Oct. 24 for a discounted price.

holders meeting on Nov. 18 at 6 p.m. at the Mainstreet Kaffe Haus & Deli.

Queen size quilt for raffle

CCH fundraisers Nov. 8-9

Green DeWitt Community Club is holding a raffle of a queen size quilt to raise funds to renovate the historic Green DeWitt School House. Tickets are $5 each or three for $10 and can be purchased from any club member. The quilt will be on display with tickets available at the following locations: Oct. 21–25, Cuero National Bank; Oct. 28–Nov. 1, Trust Texas Bank; Nov. 4–8, Wells Fargo Bank; Nov. 11–15, Prosperity Bank; Nov. 18-22, TDECU. The winning ticket will be drawn on Dec. 6 at the club’s monthly meeting.

The Cuero Community Hospital Volunteers will host their annual Fundraiser Bake Sale in the Main Entrance Foyer of the Cuero Community Hospital beginning at 7 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 8. Breakfast tacos will also be sold for $2. The following choices will be offered: bacon and egg, sausage and egg, potato and egg, bean and egg, and chorizo and egg. Pre-orders may be emailed to viccop@yahoo.com by 4 p.m. on Nov. 5. The Gold Refinery will also be set up in the Atrium to purchase gold and silver on from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8 and 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9.

Annual shareholders meeting The Cuero Fair and Turkey Trot Association will hold its annual share-

RecordElection Election day poll locations The constitutional amendment election and Cuero ISD bond election will be held Tuesday, Nov. 5. The following polling locations are available to DeWitt County residents. Those in precincts 101, 102, 201 and 401 may vote at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church on 400 N. Esplanade St. in Cuero. Those in precincts 202 and 203 may vote at the Harry O. Gibson Center on 712 Forest St. in Yoakum. Those n precincts 301, 302 and 303 may vote at St.

Paul Lutheran Church on 234 N. Gohmert St. Yorktown. Those in precinct 402 may vote at St. John Lutheran Church on 1764 Meyersville Road in Meyersville. Voting for the Yoakum ISD bond election will also be held Nov. 5. Those in precincts 201 and 401, voting at the St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Cuero, and those in precincts 202 and 203, voting at the Harry O. Gibson Center in Yoakum, may vote in this election.

RecordLetter Thanks for thoughts, prayers Dear Editor, The family of Anne Schorre wishes to extend our deepest appreciation for all the thoughts, prayers, memorials, food, and cards sent during our time of loss. A special thank you to the nurses at Cuero Community Hospital,

Eric Draper and Freund Funeral Home, St. Michael’s Catholic Church and Father David Berger for the beautiful service. Thank you and God bless. Jeff Schorre on behalf of the Schorre family

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AUSTIN — A federal shutdown arching over Texas and the rest of the nation since Oct. 1 resulted in the temporary closure of many facilities and the furloughing of millions of employees. On Oct. 16, the shutdown ended when both houses of Congress adopted a continuing appropriations act that does three things: increases the nation’s debt limit, allows the treasury to pay bills and returns the federal government to full operations, at least until mid-January. John Cornyn, Texas’ senior senator, and freshman Sen. Ted Cruz, both Republicans, voted against the act. Cruz headed contingencies in both houses to defund the federal health care law (“Obamacare”) in exchange for compromises on the federal budget. Those efforts resulted in the shutdown. As for the Lone Star State’s 36 U.S. House members, all 12 Democrats voted in favor of the compromise and all 24 Republicans voted against it. Lawmakers and the executive branch generally have indicated their willingness to work toward timely solutions to the nation’s financial issues in over the next three months in order to avoid the next fiscal cliff. Democrats and a contingency of Republicans, while in a compromising mood, continue to wrestle over “Obamacare” and how its cost dynamics affect other areas of the federal budget in the long term.

For economic development purposes, Gov. Rick Perry and First Lady Anita Perry left Texas on Oct. 15 bound for London and Jerusalem. The couple’s scheduled return is Oct. 25. No tax dollars would be used for travel and accommodations on the trip, the governor’s office said.

Court to hear Texas cases The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Oct. 15 to hear six cases to determine if the U.S. Environmental Protection Administration exceeded its authority to regulate greenhouse gases from stationary sources, the Texas Railroad Commission reported. Railroad Commission Chairman Barry Smitherman expressed hope that the court would put a damper on EPA rules governing carbon dioxide emissions from power plants, factories and motor vehicles.

Students say no to drugs More than 1,000 Texas fifthgrade students donned mustaches and pledged to remain drug free at the 16th annual Red Ribbon Rally Thursday at the State Capitol on Oct. 17. The children raised this chant to their peers: “I mustache (must ask) you not to do drugs!” Red Ribbon Week began as a grassroots movement to honor the memory of Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, a federal Drug Enforcement Administration agent who was kidnapped, tortured, and killed by drug dealers in Mexico in 1985, organizers said.

Bus awareness starts now Texas Department of Public Safety is urging drivers to obey state law by not passing any school bus that is stopped and operating a visual signal, either flashing red lights or a stop sign. Highway Patrol troopers are enhancing their efforts to catch those drivers who break the law as part of National School Bus Safety Week, Oct. 21-25, “The moment when students are entering or exiting the bus is one of the most dangerous times of a

student’s trip; and drivers who pass a stopped school bus create a potentially deadly situation,” said DPS Director Steven McCraw. “The safety of Texas children is paramount, and DPS will not tolerate those who break the law and put our children at risk.”

Early voting period begins Secretary of State John Steen, the state’s chief elections officer, announced early voting for the Nov. 5, 2013, Constitutional Amendment election begins Monday, Oct. 21, and runs through Friday, Nov. 1. Texas voters may vote at any early voting location in the same county as their voter registration. This will be the first statewide election with photo ID requirement in effect for in-person voting. “I encourage all Texans to check now to make sure they have the required photo ID if they plan to vote in person,” said Steen. To find out where and when to vote, and about photo ID, visit VoteTexas.gov.

Money proposed for projects An additional $250 million may be available for Texas highways impacted by energy sector traffic, state Sen. Judith Zaffirini, DLaredo, announced Oct. 15. The funding would go to 70 maintenance and repair projects statewide, where repairs are necessary because of the high volume of oil and gas industry truck traffic. Despite the fact that oil and gas development in the Eagle Ford Shale contributed more than $1.24 billion in state revenue in 2012 alone, TxDOT has proposed converting some paved state highways in the shale region to unpaved roads, Zaffirini said.

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Christmas tree star available for donation The cool snap that brought fall to Cuero has set the stage for the 27th annual Christmas Tree Lighting on Monday, Nov. 25, at 6:30 p.m. at Wells Fargo, Cuero (Courthouse St. and North Esplanade). The traditional display began in 1986 as the primary fundraiser for The Cuero Dewitt Community Development Corporation. “The first couple of years, we’d haul a large cedar tree in from Smithville, but about 1989 or so, we had a nursery in Hallettsville deliver a live cedar tree and we planted it in the vacant lot near Wells Fargo. It’s the one that is

still there now,” said Janet Smith, founding board member. To date, the organization has collected over $750,000 toward their goal of building an auditorium in Cuero and is working with Cuero ISD to make that dream a reality. Currently the auditorium is part of the bond issue on the November ballot and these Christmas Tree funds will be included in the final total needed to construct the state-of-the-art educational community facility. Lights are “sold” to honor friends and family for a contribution of $10 to the organization. Christmas scenes are sponsored

by local businesses and families (for a $250 contribution) and the brilliant star that tops the tree is dedicated to honor loved ones, heroes, and great friends of the community (for a $3000 contribution). Currently two scenes have been sold, but other opportunities for recognition are still available. Tax deductible donations are still being accepted toward the brilliant holiday magic that is created in downtown Cuero. The 2013 Star is also available for sponsorship. For further information, contact Janet Smith at 361277-9506.

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Terissa Kelton is proud to announce her recent feature film, “3 References,” will be making its world premiere at the Austin Film Festival, held Oct. 24-31. Kelton has been a working actor in Austin for three years. She shares this experience with Twitchy Dolphin Flix, Austin’s

most prolific micro budget independent film company. “3 References” is Kelton’s sixth feature film with Twitchy Dolphin Flix and her second to produce with the company. The film was written and directed by James Christopher and shot by Chris Copple. The film stars

the city of Austin itself as well as several local actors including Margaret Ann Garza, Vanessa Perry, Lacey Hernandez and Ashley Serrao. Kelton attended elementary school in Cuero and has several relatives living in Cuero, Yoakum and Victoria.


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RecordAboutTheTown PET ADOPT: Organization needs volunteers Continued from Page 1A

animals right and we get all the medical attention for them so they are taking our animals when they can.” Although the organization has come a long way since it was formed in August 2012, club officers say it has a long way to go. Pet Adoptions of Cuero operates two shelters with the City of Cuero. Between the city and the organization, there are three shelters for stray pets. The city shelter, on FM 766, past the Stevenson Unit, houses dogs. Next to the dog shelter is a shelter for cats. The shelter belongs to the city, but it was donated by Linda Anzaldua and her husband, Lawrence. Pet Adoptions of Cuero is the sole operator of a third pet shelter, nicknamed Lucky Horseshoe. The shelter can be accessed from Old Clinton Road, off U.S. Highway 183. The need for a third shelter came up when the city moved its stray pets

from the old animal shelter by the airport to the new shelter in February. Pet Adoptions of Cuero volunteered to take in the stray pets so they would not be euthanized. “We were panicking. Where are we going to put 20 dogs? We had nowhere to go. Luckily Ricky and Lindy Gohmert are big animal lovers,” Myrna said. “Ricky said he had property for sale that wasn’t being used with horse stalls.” “[The Gohmerts] donated use of the property, but if someone buys the property, we’re out on the street again,” Linda said. “It’s a day-to-day situation we’re always under the cloud of so we have to get homes for these animals. This is not a permanent solution.” The Lucky Horseshoe shelter now serves as an overflow shelter, taking in dogs that have spent more than 30 days at the city shelter. The organization is looking for volunteers to foster pets or help out at the Lucky Horseshoe shelter.

2 hotels under construction Two new hotels are under construction in Cuero. Both are located on Hwy. 183 North (Gonzales highway). According to a press statement, this one is a 77-room Holiday Inn Express with an etimated construction cost of $2.6 million and next to it will be a 51-room America’s Best Value Inn with an estimated cost of $2.7 million. City of Cuero has annexed the property along this highway. Cuero Record photo.

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“We’re looking for pet lovers with a little bit of room. We need foster homes,” Linda said. “Sometimes a whole litter of puppies is dropped off at the city shelter. The city shelter not equipped to handle puppies that need hourly care. So we want to have a foster system to take care of puppies until they old enough to be adopted.” Those who volunteer at the Lucky Horseshoe shelter would be asked to visit the shelter a few times a week to feed, clean, and socialize the animals. The organization has two volunteers, Brenda Doreck and Anne Bryant, who work at the shelter every morning. “We need people who are willing to go to the [Lucky Horseshoe] shelter and get dirty. If we had other volunteers, no one would have to work more than three days a week.” Officers encourage anyone looking to adopt a pet to shop locally. “We had an adoption event at Tractor Supply about a month ago. We had eight dogs and one cat adopted,”

Myrna said. “We’d like to have adoption events once a month, that’s our goal,” Linda said. She said the organization is looking for other businesses that might be interested in letting the organization host the event on their property, preferably during store sales. The organization’s officers include Ron Ledbetter, president; Myrna Hassfield, vice president; Linda Anzaldua, second vice president; Peggy Ledbetter, secretary and treasurer; and board members Emily Davis and Willie Baker. For more info about adopting dogs, call Ron at 277-3706 or call Brenda at 275-6713. For more info about adopting cats, call Linda at 275-6555. For more info about fostering or volunteering, call any of the above phone numbers or Myrna at 361-799-1254.

CISD VOTING Continued from Page 1A •District wide improvements - $29.7 million. Includes: new performing arts center with 800 seats; new stadium seating (4,000 home and 3,000 visitor) and restrooms; new competition gym with boys and girls field house; new band hall/choir; install security, technology, and energy conservation equipment; resolution to reimburse for track and turf. At the polls residents of the district will be asked to vote either ‘for’ or ‘against’ the issuance of the $76 million in bonds. If the voters approve the bonds, property taxes on a homestead valued at $50,000 will see their taxes increase by approximately $11.46 per month. It is noted, this increase is based on the assumption that there will be no change in the taxable values of the district. If the district’s tax base grows, the property tax increase will be less.

For voters over 65, if you have received the Age 65 Freeze on your homestead, the school taxes cannot be raised above the frozen level unless you make significant improvements to your home. History of CISD taxable values: 2013 $5,524,136,440 2012 $2,189,120,150 2011 $1,342,434,070 Early voting in this election is held at DeWitt County Elections Office at 115 N. Gonzales St. in Cuero. It is located behind the Courthouse Annex. The office is open 8 to 5 weekdays. There will be branch early voting on Tuesday, Oct. 22, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Cuero Intermediate School library. Also on Friday, Oct. 25, from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Cuero High School cafeteria. The final branch early voting will be on Tuesday, Oct. 29, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Cuero Junior High cafeteria.

MUSEUM: Opens Nov. 23 Continued from Page 1A Hispanic culture in Latin America, the Iberian Peninsula, and the United States. In 1959, Dr. Tinker donated his world-class collection of North and South American cowboy and horserelated artifacts to the University of Texas. “We are honored to showcase such a rare collection of ranching artifacts from Chile, Argentina, Mexico, the United States, Canada, and other countries,” said Robert Oliver, CTHM

The newly formed City of Cuero Tree Board, along with the DeWitt County Extension Service, is sponsoring a workshop on tree disease. The workshop will take place from 9-11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 31 at the Cuero Municipal Clubhouse (Rockhouse). The workshop will focus on oak wilt and other tree diseases. Dr. David Appel, professor of the Texas A&M Plant Pathology and Microbiology department, will lead the workshop. For more info, call the DeWitt County Extension Office at 361-275-0816. Shown is the tree board from left, chairman Anthony Netardus, Sandy Dukes, Alton Meyer, Gelasio Garcia, and secretary James Hedrick. Cuero Record photo.

Chairman. Grand opening festivities include museum tours, chuck wagon grub cooked over open fires, music and keynote speaker Mark White, former Governor of Texas. The CTHM is in the historic twostory Knights of Pythias Hall, built in 1903 and designed by Texas architect James Wahrenberger (1855-1929). For more information on the November 23 grand opening events, exhibits, and the history of the CTHM, visit www.chisholmtrailmuseum.org.

Home Dedication

400 W.Hamilton Cuero,TX77954 Thursday,October24,2013 4:00pm Join us as we celebrate the dedication of the Tierney McKaine home and hand over the keys to the newest partner family. The home will be open until 5:30 pm so that everyone will have a chance to meet the McKaine family and take a peek at their new home.

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Habitat for Humanity is a 501 (c) (3) and contributions may be mailed to P.O. Box 181, Cuero, TX 77954


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RecordDeWitt DEWITT COUNTY PUBLIC RECORDS Marriage licenses Adolph F. Bialek III and Brittany D. Brandl Dwayne K. Hartl and Tatum A. Monk Stacey M. Clem and James E. Michaud Stephen V. Hairell and Bridget A. Moczygemba David K. Norrell Jr. and Diamond M. Torrez Ashleigh S. Knox and Logan D. Smith Curtis R. Hunt IV and Cynthia M. Machicek

Assumed name certificates Lynn E. Nessel dba K&L Steel Supply Co–Westhoff Joshua C. Nessel dba K&L Steel Supply Co–Westhoff Cassie Blaschke and Christopher R. Pena dba Inflicted Custom Paint–Yorktown

Christopher Carson dba Carson Services

Deeds Elo Pfeifer and Mary L. Pfeifer to Ronald Lynn Pfeifer, Nordheim–Robert Galletty League Veterans Land Board to Henry Kasper, 25.437 acres–William Quinn Sylvia Hahn Imhoff to Series 5, 160.76 acres–David Hunter Robert Matthew Garza to Byron Cumberland and Diann Cumberland, in lieu of foreclosure, Cuero J.E. Wolf III and Judy Wolf to Nicole Babb and Patricia Babb, 11.59 acres (tract 13)–J.G. Swisher Barbara J. Boehm and Gordon E. Boehm to Max Matthew Moeller, “Northfields Add,” Cuero James R. Hunt to Doris Chaloupka and Melvin Chaloupka, “River Haven Sub”

Elo Pfeifer to Elo Pfeifer and Mary L. Pfeifer, community interest, Nordheim Jeanette Hernandez and Ricardo Hernandez to Evangelina Duggan and Howard Duggan, “River Haven Sub”–Burns Survey Erma Dimoree and Alice Watson (GDN) to Elder Feliciano Miranda and Yolanda Miranda, “Plaza Add,” Yorktown Sandra Fay McCampbell, Robert Reed Wagner and Walter Richard Wagner to Walter P. Wanger LP, (undivided interest), 218.77 acres–T. Wentworth League Ernest Taylor and Pauline Taylor to Jerome Brooks and Lakesha Brooks, 1.03 acres and easement (0.148 acre)–Andrew Neill Ernest Taylor and Pauline Taylor to Adeline Brooks and Ben Brooks, 2 acres (two tracts) and easement (0.148 acre)–Andrew Neill Ernest Taylor and Pauline Taylor to Anthony Warren and Christine Warren,

1.03 acres and easement (0.148 acre)–Andrew Neill Marilynn Mood Bland, Marilynn Dietze (TR) and the Estate of Jessie M. Houchins to Christin Nicole Dietze, (undivided mineral interest), sundry (four tracts)–Wm Devers Survey, W.S. Lyell Survey, Samuel Cox Survey and William Simpson Survey Marilynn Mood Bland and the Estate of Jessie M. Houchins, deceased, and Marilynn Dietze (TR) to Alexis Estelle Dietze, (undivided mineral interest) sundry (four tracts)–Wm Devers Survey, W.S. Lyell Survey, Samuel Cox Survey and William Simpson Survey Joy A. Brashear, Faith L. Canright, Charles E. Perkins, Mark Ellis Perkins, Micah Ryan Perkins, Robert Charles Perkins, Robert Charles Perkins Jr., Grace Ellen Wolfe, Ben D. Woltman and Ben D. Woltmann to N-Farms & Ranches, Ltd., 101.11 acres and 20

feet (1.28 acres) roadway easement–John T. Tinsley Frankenhauser Revocable Living Trust, Michael D. Frankenhauser (TR), Waldamar and Mary (TR) Frankenhauser to Jeremy M. Kneese and Lori M. Kneese, 100 acres–J.C. Duff Survey Johnnie Alicia Bernhard, Christopher James Fritz, Joel Thomas Fritz, Kelly Sue Kuretsch, Jo Ann Longoria and Carol Gene West to Cynthia W. Bonner, “Rose Lawn Add,” (0.377 acre), Yoakum

Wills and administrations filed for probate Iola M. Hahn–deceased Maricela Merrel–deceased Ernest Lee Bruns Sr.–deceased

Night In Old Pearl City

Condominium for the birds

Tickets are available for Night In Old Pearl City which will take place on Saturday, Nov. 23 at Turner Hall in Pearl City/Yoakum. The event, hosted by Modern Dance Club #90/Pearl City Dance Club, is proud to announce that The Almost Patsy Cline Band will provide music for the dance that evening. Dinner is included in the price of the ticket. Door prizes and a silent auction will round out the evening’s festivities. NIOPC will be celebrating its 11th anniversary this year with a tour of the Yoakum Heritage Museum, a Lutheran Polka Worship Service and German Christmas Market at the old Hochheim Prairie School. The museum will be open for tours from 1-4 p.m. The worship service will be offered at 3 p.m. at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Yoakum. The German Christmas market will run from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. There is no admission to the market. Doors will open at Turner Hall for Night In Old Pearl City at 5:30 p.m. As in the past, proceeds of the event go to benefit Yoakum-area charities. Those charities that have benefited in the past include the restoration of the Valentine Hoch Stagecoach Inn, Relay for Life in Yoakum, Welhausen

The Yoakum Heritage Museum is raffling a handmade “Bird Condominium.” The birdhouse is valued at $700. Tickets go on sale at the museum on Oct. 22 through Dec. 12. Price is $2 per ticket or $10 for six tickets. Drawing at museum at 10:30 a.m. Dec. 13. Winner needs not be present and will be notified by telephone.

Memorial Library, Nannie Ray Baker House, Yoakum Volunteer Fire Department, Yoakum Food Pantry and the Yoakum Community Hospital. Due to the tremendous need for additional healthcare in Yoakum, proceeds from this year’s event will, once again, benefit the Yoakum Community Hospital Foundation and its project, a new medical building adjacent to the hospital. Thus far, sponsors for NIOPC are the Yoakum Chamber of Commerce, Hochheim Historical Foundation, Modern Dance Club #90, Hermann Sons Grand Lodge, Hochheim Prairie Herrmann Sons Hall Association, First State Bank—Yoakum & Branch Location Community Bank of Moulton, Yoakum National Bank, Cornerstone Properties—Bill & Carroll Sharp, ConocoPhillips, Pearl Beer and Pearl Light, Weber Motor Company, WeaverJacobs Constructors, Karl’s Flower and Gift Shop and anonymous supports of NIOPC. Additional information regarding the event or tickets may be obtained by calling Marlene Pylate at 830-9978566 or Mary Pargmann at 361-2935576.

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The museum will be closed to the public while the Christmas decorating is going on, but anyone may stop by to look at the raffle prize and buy raffle tickets. A Night at the Museum will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 26. Door prizes will be given. “Tasteful Traditions” cookbooks will be for sale.

Wehlmann attends training DeWitt county constable precinct 2 Steve Wehlmann, Sr. attended a continuing education for constables at the Law Enforcement management Institute of Texas at Sam Houston University in Huntsville. The 40 hour training consisted of officer safety, civil process, leadership

skills, social media laws, strategic planning and legislative updates. The training was paid for through court cost and not an expense for tax payers.

Ladies Auxiliary meeting Nov. 14 A supper of fried chicken, side dishes and desserts was served to post and auxiliary members followed by the auxiliary meeting conducted by president Barbara Hartman. The secretary and treasurer gave their reports. Membership stands at 75 annual members and 42 life members. $25 was sent to National Home for Health and Happiness. President Hartman reminded everyone to vote for the amendment on Nov. 5. Chaplain reported sending two get well cards. Three memorials were sent by the auxiliary.

A card from the family of Genevieve Parks thanking the auxiliary for the donation to St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in her memory. Auxiliary members will be accepting Poppy donations at various locations in Cuero Nov. 8. Memorial services will be held Nov. 11 at 10 a.m. at the DeWitt County Courthouse. At the Cuero High School it will be at 9 a.m. The meeting was adjourned to meet again Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. The post will furnish the meat. All post and auxiliary members are asked to bring a vegetable or dessert.

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Clinton Cementary is “Boot Hill” of DeWitt County Most communities in the Old West had a “Boot Hill,” a cemetery where people were buried “with their boots on.” De Witt County is no different. Located several miles south of Cuero on Highway 183, the Clinton Cemetery is the boot hill of De Witt County. If the soft winds that drift through the Clinton Cemetery could speak, they would tell a tale of sturdy pioneer spirits, resilience, hardship, disease, and lawlessness. The Clinton Cemetery is an integral part of De Witt County ‘s colorful history. Soon after the Republic of Texas became the State of Texas, De Witt County was formed from parts of Victoria, Gonzales, and Goliad counties. The first state legislature appropriated money to survey the county lines for De Witt County in 1846. The survey was completed in that year, but there was some disagree-

ment over the location of the county seat, and after several moves between the Cardwell Store at Cameron and the location owned by Richard Chisholm near the ferry he operated at the La Bahia Road crossing on the Guadalupe River, Clinton became the county seat in 1850 by vote of the people. For approximately 24 years, Clinton was a thriving community. It was the home to several churches including a Methodist church and the Liveoak Presbyterian Church. Besides the two story courthouse, which was used for a time by both churches as well as for court, there were private and public schools, several stores, a drugstore, a blacksmith and livery stable, a hardware store, a tin shop, a two story hotel and several doctor’s and lawyer’s offices, and a lodge. Clinton’s hotel was one of the first to serve

oysters in the area. The town was a center for area trade, and it was the location of many fracases during the Sutton-Taylor Feud, for which the town became well-known. When Clinton first became county seat, Judge Rollins B. Wofford donated five acres of land to the community for a graveyard. It is possible that a child, Mary Murphree, was the first to be buried in the Clinton Cemetery. For almost fifty years the cemetery became the resting place for many the people of the area. When burial spaces were full, a new cemetery was donated so that burial in the community could be continued. The new part is located immediately north and adjacent to the old cemetery, and it is still being used. The old part of the cemetery became neglected and overgrown with brush. Several times, it has been cleaned but

The St. Michael’s HSA Fall Festival will be held on Sunday, Oct. 27 at the St. Michael’s Parish Hall. For more info, call 277-3854. Country singer Clay Crockett will perform inside the hall beginning at 10:30 a.m. A meal of chicken fried steak, country potatoes, green beans, and dessert will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dine inside or to-go plates available. There will also be a live auction, silent auction, country store, raffle, cake walk, costume contest, and bingo. Games for the younger children include ring toss, plinko, dartless balloon pop, and more. Games for the older children include the mechanical bull, sports world, and first ‘n goal bungee run.

ACTS Retreat near Yorktown There will be an ACTS Retreat Nov. 7-10 at El Shaddai Retreat Center in Yorktown. The Women on Team are from Fredericksburg, Harper, Alice, Beeville and Victoria. For more information, call Diane Reeh at 830-997-8217 or 830-456-0751 or Carol Schulz at 830-669-2131 or Judy Wehmeyer at 830-997-8709 for an

County Cemeteries, that person is urged to contact Peggy Ledbetter ( 277-3706) or Carol Martin (361-275-0894 ) of the De Witt County Historical Commission, so that this can be documented and recorded. The cemetery inventory is available for in house use at the De Witt County Historical Museum, 312 East Broadway (Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 A.M. until 4 P.M – 2756322), and at the Cuero Public Library at 207 East Main in Cuero (8:30 – 5:30 M-F and 9 A.M. - 12 noon on Sat.—361275-2864) . Secondly, the monument will be very expensive. The Commission must raise the money for the project. Contributions may be sent in care of Carol Martin, De Witt County Treasurer, 307 North Gonzales, Cuero, Texas 77954 and should be designated for the Clinton Cemetery monument.

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succumbed again to overgrowth. Recently the old part of the Clinton Cemetery was cleaned by County Commissioner Donald Kuecker, at the request of the De Witt County Historical Commission. Members of the Commission, realizing that this cemetery is steeped in the history of DeWitt County, feel that it needs to be recognized as an important part of the past. The organization plans to erect an appropriate monument at the entrance of the old cemetery. Since so many of the gravestones have been lost, the monument would contain names of those who are known to be buried in old Clinton. The public is invited to become involved in this effort. First of all, if anyone knows of a person buried in the Old Clinton Cemetery, and who is not already listed in Patsy Goebel’s inventory of De Witt

application form or more information. The cost of the retreat is $125. Participants will drive themselves to the Retreat Center. There are 15 slots open, first come-first go and the deadline to register is Friday, Oct. 25.

Trunk-r-treat trail Area churches are hosting a “Light the Night with Jesus” on their Trunkr-Treat Trail on Thursday, Oct. 31 from 6-8 p.m. It will be held in the parking area of the DeWitt County Courthouse. There will be free food, candy and fun.

BCC Women’s Conference Speakers Pastor Sandra Gates of Yoakum and Pastor Peggie Pool of Hallettsville will be part of the Women’s Conference held at the Believer’s Christian Center in Yoakum on Saturday, Nov. 2 at 10 a.m. Registration fee is $15. Dinner will be provided and door prizes will be drawn. For more information contact Maria Cole at 361-564-5866.

Fifty nine members and three guests of the Bade-Reinhardt family gathered for their 57th reunion on July 21 at the Meyersville Country Club with the Fred Bade family as hosts for the event. Members traveled from Dayton, Meyersville, Crosby, Cuero, Edna, Yoakum, Freeport and China Spring. Six family groups were in attendance. After the pot luck lunch a short meeting was held during which many members were recognized. The oldest female member was Ruby Lee Buenger, 88, and the oldest male was Marvin Bade, 81. Marvin and Betty Bade were recognized as the longest married couple of 61 years. The youngest female member in attendance was Ava Elizabeth Ackerman, seven weeks old and the youngest male in attendance was Kyler Schlely, four years. Newly weds taking honor were Adam and Danielle Egg married for five months. The family that traveled the longest dis-

tance were Edna and Dave Howland of China Spring. The largest family present was the Fred Bade family with 31. It was noted that there were three deaths recorded in the last two years, 11 marriages and 10 births. The Fred Bade family had 14 additions. Others who added to their family were Felix bade with four, Berthold Bade with two, and Henry Bade with one. One high school graduate and two college graduates were recognized. Neldine Ohrt of Meyersville, Christopher Carlisle of Corpus Christi and Chelsea Cook of Gonzales were guests. Business for the day included the following: A flower report was given, expenses were divided, the Henry Bade family was announced as the July 19, 2015 reunion host and will be held at the Meyersville Country Club. Many door prizes were given and the day was enjoyed by all.

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The Cuero Record Devotional Page Enjoy the blessing of today; there is no promise of tomorrow By GARY ANDREWS gary@gadevotionals.com Each day on this earth is an uncertainty. We plan for the future and this is all well and good, but we need to remember God didn’t promise us a tomorrow. Many of life’s events are unpredictable and the uncertainty of future events leads some people to despair. We need to live one day at a time. Ecclesiastes 9:7-10 states: “Go, eat your food with gladness, and drink your wine with a joyful heart, for it is now that God favors what you do. Always be clothed in white, and always anoint your head with oil. Enjoy life with your wife, whom you love, all the days of this meaningless life God has given you under the sun - all your meaningless days. For this is your lot in life and in your toilsome labor under the sun. Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might, for in the grave,

where you are going, there is neither working nor planning nor knowledge nor wisdom.” Instead of us worrying about tomorrow and possibly worrying about something we do not possess, we should be thankful and joyful for what we do have. Whatever our circumstances we should relish the fact that God has given a new day on life and we are to make the best of it. Our lives as faithful believers should be characterized by festive gratitude and the enjoyment of the legitimate pleasures of life. When we marry we should remember that marriage is for our time on earth only. Our days are quickly fleeting and we should invest our best time and energies in having loving relationships. Honor and opportunity in serving God are possible in every honest occupation. Be happy in what you do and where you work. Perform your task to the best of your ability and serve the Lord through your efforts. If all of us would do this, then the world would be a better place for us to live our short life span.

If you are not happy in your profession, make a change! Jesus said, “We must do the works of Him who sent Me while it is day. Night is coming, when no one can work.” (John 9:4) Use you God given abilities, knowledge, and wisdom everyday. Enjoy a good, wholesome, loving relationship with your spouse everyday. Make everyday count for the glory of the Lord because soon, and very soon, our days will cease and we will enter the grave and our time on earth will be no more. Prayer: God I praise you for another day of life. You have blessed me abundantly and I pray that I can serve you through anything that I do. Amen.

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Cuero Assembly of God Pastor Jim Haserodt 201 W. Ruess - 275-8352 S.S. 9:45 am, S.W. 10:45 am & 6 pm, Wed. Bible Study 6 pm

BAPTIST Antioch Baptist Church Clinton Community Rev. Lawrence G. Roy, Pastor S.S. - 9:30 a.m.; S.W.- 11 a.m. Calvary Baptist Church N. Esplanade & Dunn Bro. Bill Gleason, Pastor S.S. - 9:45 a.m.; S.W. - 11 a.m.& 6:30 p.m. Wed. - Bible Study. 6:30 pm First Baptist Church 408 N. Gonzales Dr. Glen Robertson Wed.-Prayer/Bible Study-6 p.m., Mission Organizations - 6:00 p.m., Sanctuary Choir Practice - 7:00 p.m., S.S. - 9:15 a.m.; S.W. 10:30 a.m. First Baptist Church Westhoff, 13103 US Hwy 87 N Pastor Richard A. Schaller S.S. - 10 a.m.; S.W. 11 a.m., Dis. Train. Sun. 1 pm, Wed. Prayer Srv. 5:30pm Gethsemane Baptist Church 107 Bridge Street - Rev. W.F. Nichols 2nd & 4th Sunday S.S. - 9:45 a.m.; S.W. - 11 a.m. Iglesia Bautista Jerusalem Baptist Church 215 W. Courthouse Dan Cancino, Pastor S.S. - 9:45 a.m.; S.W. - 10:45 a.m. & 6 p.m. St. James Baptist Church Yoakum, Texas - Rev. F. Rivers S.S. - 9 a.m.; S.W. 11 a.m.

361-275-9282 S.S. 9 am; S.W. 11 am; Wed. Prayer Meeting 7 pm

PRESBYTERIAN First Presbyterian Church Bill Cotman, Pastor 302 N. McLeod S.W. - 10:30 a.m., S.S. 9:30 a.m.

CATHOLIC St. Michael’s Catholic Church 302 E. Church St. Pastor: Rev. David Berger Parochial Vicar: Fr. Daniel Danso Sat. Svc. - 5 p.m.; S.W. - 10 a.m; Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church 705 W. Broadway - 277-9062 S.W. - 8 a.m. (Spanish) St. Aloysius Catholic Church - Westhoff Sun. W. - 8:00 a.m. Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church - Meyersville Sat. Svc. - 7 p.m. Sun. 10:30 a.m. S.S. - 8:45 a.m.,S.W. 10:15 a.m.

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Mount Zion Baptist Church Edgar Community Rev. George N. Franklin Wed. Bible Study 7 p.m. S.S. - 9:30 a.m.; S.W. - 11 a.m.

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New Hope Baptist Church Lockhart Community Rev. Samuel A. Jenkins, Pastor S.S. - 9:45 a.m.; S.W.- 11 a.m.

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New Life Baptist Church 2676 N. FM 2980 - 485-2152 Dr. Gary Hall, Pastor Sun. 10:30, Wed. 7pm St. John Bible Fellowship BC 304 Hope, Yoakum - 293-7579 Rev. Jimmy L. Powell S.S. 10am, SW 11am, Wed. 7pm Thurs. Treasure of Hope 7pm Stratton Primitive Baptist Church - Stratton Community Bill Walden, Pastor S.W. - 10:30 a.m. Thomaston Community Church - Free Will Baptist Thomaston - B.J. Davis, Pastor S.S. - 10 a.m. S.W. - 11 a.m. & 6 p.m. Lifeway Baptist Church 403 E. Sarah • 275-3920 Sunday: Adult Sunday School 8:30am Worship & Children’s Church 10am High School-College Life Group 7pm Wednesday: Children, Jr. High, Men & Women 7pm St. Thomas Missionary Baptist Church - Westhoff Rev. Lou Terry Jackson S.S. 9:45 a.m.; W.S. 11:15 a.m. 1st, 2nd, & 4th Sunday Mt. Bethel Baptist Church 400 Grant St. - Cuero

St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church - Meyersville NALC Pastor John Boor S.S. - 9 a.m.; S.W. - 10:15 a.m. Office Hrs - 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Tues., Wed. & Thurs. St. John Lutheran Church Lindenau & Westhoff Pastor William Hill Lindenau S.W. - 9 a.m.; Westhoff S.W. - 10:30 a.m. St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, ELCA 400 N. Esplanade - 275-2845 Pastor Karl Biermann Sat. Music 5:45pm, Sat. W. - 6, S.W. - 9 a.m.; S.S. - 10:15 a.m. Holy Communion every Sat. & Sun. FREE 9am Sun. Nursery St. Peter’s Lutheran Church 1545 E. FM 1961 - Ander www.stpetersander.org John Dellis, Minister 645-2922 S.W. - 9 a.m.; S.S. - 10:15 a.m. Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church - Arneckeville Pastor Barbara Beale S.S. 10:15 a.m.; S.W. - 9 a.m.

METHODIST First United Methodist Church 211 N. Clinton Rev. Michael Mumme Children’s S.S. - 9:00 a.m.; Adult S.S. - 9:15 a.m.; S.W. - 10:30 a.m. Wed. W. 6:00 p.m. Holy Communion Quinn Chapel I.M.E. 114 Threlkeld - Cuero Rev. Jackson S.S. 10:00 a.m.; S.W. - 11 a.m. Wedt. 6 p.m. Bible Study Rabke United Methodist FM 2718, Ratcliffe Comm. Rev. Donald Snyder S.W. 2nd Sun. of Month 2:30pm.

PENTECOSTAL The Good Shepherd Temple of Praise 209 King Street Dr. Angel Chano, Pastor S.W. - 9:45 a.m., Tues. 7pm Wednesday Evening Service - 7 pm.

First Pentecostal Church House of Prayer 812 W. Broadway Dennis King, Pastor Service at 10 a.m. Faith Tabernacle 609 E. Broadway - 275-8540 Charlie Gentry, Pastor Wednesday - 7 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m., 6:30 p.m.

Suggested daily Bible readings: Sunday - Proverbs 27: 1-2 Monday - Isaiah 22: 12-13 Tuesday - Matthew 6:33-34 Wednesday - 1 Corinthians 15: 29-34 Thursday - James 4: 13-17 Friday - Psalms 2: 7-9 Saturday - Matthew 6: 6-15

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Blessed Assurance Church Concrete-Pastor, John Mueller S.W. - 10:30 a.m. , Wed. - B.S. 7pm HIS Church of Reconciliation Pastors Pete & Mary Alice Garza 711 Hopkins - Yoakum 361-298-5019 Sun. - Worship 10:30am, Youth Church 10:30am, Mon. Prayer Svc 6:30pm, Tues. Spanish Svc 7pm, Wed. Bible School 7pm Victory Family Church Corner of Bailey & Dahlman 361-799-9129 Pastor, David Maldonado S.W. Spanish -9:30 a.m., S.W. English & S.S. 10:45 a.m. Wed.. - Bible Study 7pm

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Meyersville ISD students wore boots to school Oct. 7 to “stomp out bullying.” Contributed photo.

Meyersville first six weeks honor roll A Honor Roll

A/B Honor Roll

2nd Grade - Jayden Berger, Nathan Ceballos, Mackenna Coleman, Preston CookAnderson, Layton Depine, Emaleigh Gibson, Jerett Jakeway, Kaleb Krause, Madalynn Kroos, Madison Meyer, Cody Rangnow, Halie Woods 3rd Grade - Emily Buske, Grace Redmond 4th Grade - Abbey Dreier, Seth Davis, Desi Flessner, Cash Kirbo, Cami Nall 5th Grade - Mackenzie Blain, Bryten Buendel, Madison Gibson, Kylee Krause, Mason Nagel, Andi Wolf 6th Grade - Thomas Alvarado, Amy Davis, Dane Foerster, Clint Ohrt, Stacy Serrano 7th Grade - Tara Buske, Julia Henneke, Seth Steele

3rd Grade - Jordan Molina, Amy Ohrt, Zander Castaneda, Christian Burdick, Emily Clifton, Alexis Haun, Kendra Redmond 4th Grade - Wyatt Clifton, Denise Serrano, Marlee Blain, Jeri Ficklen, Dylan Hartman, Madeline Hoy, Montserrat Perez 5th Grade - Seth Wendel 6th Grade - Dustin Berger, Emma Cook-Anderson, Donaven Ferritez, William Green, Taylor McGaugh, Jaymee Rangnow, Cannon Wagner, Kelly Wendel 7th Grade - Braden Parsons, Nataliegh Prince, Jacob Redmond, Kaitlyn Wagner 8th Grade - Rylan Dreier, Shawna Gott, Brett Hoy, Toben Kirbo, Gavin Magee, Mason Meyer, Mary Moritz, Valentin Perez

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Gobblers prepare for Smithville BY TIM O’MALLEY Cuero Record

Boot day at Meyersville

THE CUERO RECORD

The Cuero Gobblers (42,1-1) will face the Smithville Tigers (0-6, 02) on Oct. 25 at home. This will be the second time these two teams have met. Last year the Gobblers won 30-13. Cuero played Yoakum last Friday and lost 4120. Smithville played La Grange and lost 63-13. The preseason/season statistics are as follows: Cuero’s team offense averages 340.8 yards per game with a total of 1286 yards rushing and 759 yards passing. Smithville’s team offense averages 253.5 yards per game with a total of 1019 yards rushing and 502 yards passing. Cuero’s team defense has allowed on average 288.3 yards per game from a total of 1128 yards rushing and 602 yards passing. Smithville’s team defense has allowed on average 433 yards per game from a total of 1534 yards rushing and 1064 yards passing. Cuero has fumbled 10 times and lost 5. Their opponent has fumbled 9 times and lost 6. Smithville has fumbled 13 times and lost 8. Their opponent have fumbled 13 times and lost 8. Cuero has 5 team interceptions and Smithville has 4. Rushing for Cuero: D’Anthony Hopkins is

currently ranked fourth in district for 132 total carries for 840 yards. He averages 6.36 per carry. 10 touchdowns and his longest gain was 74 yards. Tre Miles has 30 TC for 210 yards. He averages 7 yards per carry with the longest gain of 43 yards. Rushing for Smithville: Khalil McCathern is currently ranked fifth in district for 49 carries for a total of 537 yards. He averages 10.96 yards per carry has 5 touchdowns and his longest gain was 70 yards. Desmond Bates has 25 carries for a total of 154 yards. He averages 6.16 yards per rush with 0 TD and his longest gain was 26 yards. Quarterback for Cuero: Jared Vernor has made 69 attempts passing with 48 completed, a 69.57% completion rate. He has thrown for 637 yards. He has been intercepted 3 times. He has 6 TD and his longest gain was 57 yards. D’Mond LaFond is 2 for 2. He has thrown for 63 yards with his longest gain of 34 yards. Hunter Fales has 10 attempts with 7 completed, a 70% completion rate. He has thrown for 59 yards with his longest gain at 14 yards. Quarterback for Smithville: Garrett Mathis has made 60 attempts passing with 36 completed, a 60% completion rate. He has thrown for 325 yards and three interceptions. He has 1 TD and his longest gain was 59

yards. Khalil McCathern has made 24 attempts passing with 17 completed, a 70.83% completion rate. He has thrown for 170 yards and 1 interception. He has 2 TD and his longest gain was 74 yards. Receiving for Cuero: D’Andre Gallagher has 16 total carries for 168 yards. He averages 10.5 yards and his longest run was for 34 yards. Pearson Reese has 10 total carries for 102 yards. He averages 10.2 yards. Reese has one touchdown and his longest run was for 34 yards. Colby Ebrom has 8 total carries for 113 yards. He averages 14.13 yards and his longest run was 30 yards. He has one touchdown. Receiving for Smithville: Ceran Adkins is ranked number one in district and has 22 total carries for 225 yards. He averages 10.23 yards, has 1 TD and his longest run was for 74 yards. Lane Saunders has 9 total carries for 97 yards. He averages 10.78 yards, has 1 TD and his longest run was for 23 yards. Smithville Punter: Jacob Rodriguez averages 31.97 yards. His longest

kick was 50 yards. Kick-off return for Cuero: D’Andre Gallagher has 4 returns for 145 yards. He averages 36.25 yards per carry with one touchdown. His longest run for 91 yards. Tre Miles has 8 returns for 164 yards. He averages 20.5 yards per carry with his longest run for 44 yards. Interceptions for Cuero: Grant Diebel has 2 interceptions for a total of 13 yards. Hunter Fales has 2 interceptions for a total of 22 yards. Interceptions for Smithville: Ceran Adkins has 1 interception for 6 yards. Cody Lyons has 1 interception for 12 yards. Jacob Rodriguez has 1 interception for 10 yards. Scoring: Khalil McCathern has 5 R touchdowns and 2 kickoff returns for a total of 42 points. D’Anthony Hopkins, Cuero has 11 R touchdowns for a total of 66 points. Scoring by kicking: Ethan Renfro of Smithville has 3 PAT-KICK for 3 points. Pearson Reese of Cuero scored 21 points. 15 PATKick and 2 FG.

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Outpa ti ent Center Schedul e

Coffee Social at our local Cuero October 23rd Danny Varela October 24th Jayden Rodriguez Angela Bestwick October 25th Dorthy Zabransky October 26th Brandon Perez October 27th Julie Kubicek

Thursday - October 24th Cardiology (Heart) Ajay Gaalla, M.D. Gynecology (Well Woman) Alyson Kirchner, M.D. Nephrology (Kidneys) Haresh Kumar, M.D. Neurology (Nervous System) B.Vijay Kumar, M.D.

Friday - October 25th Orthopedic (Bone, Joint & Sports Med) Douglas Matey III, D.O.

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Cardiology (Heart) Dakshesh Parikh, M.D. General Surgery (Operation) Matthew Janzow, M.D. Nephrology (Kidneys) Yong Du, M.D. Podiatry (Feet) Neil Campbell, D.P.M.

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Tuesday - October 29th Cardiology (Heart) Harish Chandna, M. D. Pain Management J. L. White Jr., M.D.

Wednesday - October 30th General Surgery (Operation) William Wagner, M.D. Orthopedic (Bone & Joint) Trent Twitero, M.D. Podiatry (Feet) Neil Campbell, D.P.M.

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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

RecordObituaries

WALTER R. WOLF Walter R. Wolf, 94, of Cuero passed away Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013. He was born June 27, 1919 in the Green DeWitt community in DeWitt County to the late Albert C. and Julia (Rapp) Wolf. He was an active member of Zion Lutheran Church of Arneckeville. He was a charter member of the church brotherhood as well as the Men in Mission group. He served the congregation as its president, treasurer, and secretary. He was a member of the Sunday School staff and was the leader of the evangelism committee. Walter loved music and sang in the church choir for 70 years. Walter was closely connected with raising cattle, chickens for commercial eggs, and turkeys. Additionally, he operated a grocery, mercantile, and feed store in Arneckeville for a number of years. He later worked as a certified appraiser of the Tax Appraisal office and in 1974 he was elected as the DeWitt County Treasurer and served in that capacity until his retirement in 1989. Walter was the Postmaster of Arneckeville for a number of years as well as the trustee for the Arneckeville school. He was a member of Texas Association of County treasurers, the National Association of County Treasurers, Southwestern Appraisal, and was a National Association County Treasurer award recipient. He was also a Farm Bureau director, Hochheim Prairie direc-

tor, and a member of the Lions Club and TPA. Walter is survived by his beloved wife, Dorothy (Gibson) Wolf; sons, Byron (Deanna) Wolf and Doug (Gwenn) Wolf; stepson, Richard (Barbara) Gibson; Step Daughter, Sammie (Gibson) Shelton. Other survivors include a brother, Harold Wolf, sister, Adeline (Wolf) Thamm and sister, Ida Marie (Wolf) Schultz. Walter loved to visit with grandchildren; Michael Wolf, Christine (Wolf) Hoover, Lynn Wolf Jr., Timothy (Michele)Wolf, Stephanie (Wolf) Kates, Kaitlin Leck, Zachary Gibson, and Justin and Cody Kubicek. In addition, Walter has a number of nieces and nephews. Walter's great-grandchildren include; Paul, Amanda, and Thomas Wolf; Madison, Landon, and Colton Hoover; Lindsay and Carson Wolf; Taylor, Avery, and Eleni Wolf, and Sean Cass; Madelyn, Mackenzie, and Bo Kates; and Celeste and Colton Kubicek. Walter was preceded in death by his parents; his wife Ida Mary (Reinecke) Wolf; and brothers, Eugene Armin, and Ralph Wolf. Visitation was held from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17 at Freund Funeral Home. Services were held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Oct. 18 at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Arneckeville. Pastor Barbara Beale officiated. Internment followed at Zion Arneckeville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Michael Wolf, Chris Hoover, Lynn Wolf Jr., Timothy Wolf, Matt Kates, Chris Schultz, and Gary Wolf. Honorary pallbearers were Wayne Wolf, Melvin Wolf, Stephen Thamm, Kaitlin Leck, Justin Kubicek, Cody Kubicek, and Zachary Gibson. Memorial contributions may be made to Zion Arneckeville Cemetery. You may send condolences or sign the guestbook at www.freundfuneralhome. com. Freund Funeral Home, 361-275-2343.

PAUL RAY COTTLE Paul Ray Cottle, 92, of Mason, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013 in Brady. He was born July 12, 1921 in Rochelle to Orvil Lee Cottle and Cynthia Ann (Cox) Cottle. He married Nina Bell Ake on Jan. 28, 1946 in Rochelle. He was a WWII Marine Veteran, participating in action against the enemy in Bougainville and Guam. He was a mechanic for many years and known for his ability to fix anything. He has lived in the Mason community since 1967 and was a protestant. He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Nina Bell Cottle of Mason; son, Obie Lee Cottle and wife Rhonda of Cuero; daughters, Sandra Banks and husband John Wayne of Owens, Shirley Reed and husband Richey of

SHERRI LEE FLAITZ CASKEY (HILSCHER) Sherri Lee Flaitz Caskey (Hilscher), 56, of Port Lavaca passed away Sunday, Oct. 13, 2013. She was born March 24, 1957 in Tampa, Fla. to Marian C. Hilscher of Port Lavaca, the late Johnny L. Flaitz of Fort Myers, Fla. and Frank Hilscher of Colorado Springs, Colo. Sherri was a loving mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, aunt, great-aunt and a friend to many. She was the happiest when she got to spend time with her grandchildren, she loved them with all her heart and was always ready to

Goldthwaite, and Brenda Estes of New Braunfels; 13 grandchildren, including Brandey Cottle and Ashley Cottle of Cuero; and 16 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; son, Sammie Cottle; brothers Leron, Sherman, Elmer, Henry George and Rolan; sisters Maybelle Jackson, Gladys Cottle, Willie Claude Cottle, Odessa Childers and Ruth Eckert. Graveside services with military honors were held at 2 p.m. Oct. 11 at Rest Haven Cemetery in Rochelle. The Rev. Jonathan Dean Banks officiated. Arrangements entrusted to Leatherwood Memorial Chapels, 1001 S. Elm St., Brady, TX 76825. Contributions in memory of Paul Ray Cottle may be made to the charity of your choice.

see them. Sherri always enjoyed reading and going to the beach. She will be greatly missed. Sherri had two sons: Robert Ora Caskey (Missy) of Katy and Charles Dylan Caskey of Houston; grandchildren: Riley and Caden Caskey of Katy and Brooklyn Cash Caskey of Cuero; sisters: Cindy Flaitz Benoit (Royce) of Port Lavaca, Kelli Hilscher (Edmund) of Paradise, Newfoundland; brothers: Earl Hilscher of Port Lavaca, John M Flaitz of Tellico Plains, Tenn., Brian Flaitz of North Carolina, Allan Flaitz of Ft. Myers, Fla.; nieces: Natasha Munoz (Rene), Keisha Cady (George), Marie and Felicia Benoit, Brianna Passmore (John), all of Port Lavaca, Alysha St. Clair (Jason) of Point Comfort; nephews: Royce Benoit Jr. (Sheila), Dalton Ruddick (Leslie) and Bryce Hilscher all of Port Lavaca; Sherri had numerous great nieces and nephews who she loved and adored. Services were at Alamo Heights Baptist Church in Port Lavaca at 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 17. Freund Funeral Home, 361-275-2343.

SANTIAGO “JIMMY” PEÑA Santiago “Jimmy” Peña, 81, of Westhoff, passed away Sunday, Oct. 13, 2013. He was born on April 25, 1932 in Karnes City to Marcos Peña and Michaela Guajardo Pacheco. He married his beloved wife, Santos Torres in December 1962. He enjoyed watching sports, especially the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers. He also enjoyed western movies. He is survived by his wife; daughters, Mary Luisa Perez of Cuero, Rosana Gonzales (Reynolfo) of Runge, Linda Garcia (Gelasio) of Cuero, Elnora Peña, of Westhoff, Rita Clark (Gerald) of Cuero, and Lily Peña (D.D. Louis) of

ROSE M. THOMAS Rose M. Thomas, 60, of Dallas, formerly of Cuero, passed away on Oct. 16, 2013. She was born on Aug.

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Read obituaries and funeral arrangements online at www.CueroRecord.com. ROWENA KATHERINE ENGBROCK Rowena Katherine Engbrock, 97, longtime resident of Cuero passed away peacefully on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013. She was born on March 25, 1916 in Marion, Texas to the late Max and Hermina Scheffel Heinsohn. She is survived by her sister, Lore Schneider, of New Braunfels and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband of 67 years, Anthony Joseph Engbrock; and their son, Anthony Joseph Engbrock II. The family wishes to thank the nurses and aides at Whispering Oaks for her care in her last years. A graveside service and burial will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22 at St. James Catholic Cemetery in Seguin. Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of one’s choice. You may sign the guestbook or send condolences at www.freundfuneralhome. com. Freund Funeral Home, 361-275-2343.

Dorothy Lee Arndt, 80, of Cuero passed away Monday, Oct. 21, 2013. She was born on April, 24, 1933 in Yorktown, to Herman Morgenroth and Hertha Steck Morgenroth. She married her beloved husband, Clyde Allen Arndt, on Dec. 22, 1952 at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church. Some of the happiest days were spending time in Port O’Connor with her family, particularly, her two grandchildren, Meredith and Morgen. She adored her great-grand daughter, Harper Ambers Metting, who could always make her laugh. She is survived by daughter, Cynthia Ann Arndt Kirk (Robbie) of Cuero; son, Charlie Arndt of Cuero; grand-

OAIL ANDREW “BUM” PHILLIPS Oail Andrew “Bum” Phillips, 90, died in Goliad on Oct. 18, 2013. He was born in Orange, Texas on Sept. 29, 1923 to the late Oail Andrew Phillips Sr. and Naomi Aileen Parish Phillips. Bum is survived by his loving wife of 23 years, Debbie Ewing Phillips,

Leander; sons, Marcos Peña, Santiago Peña Jr. (Janie) of Lubback, Santos Peña of Burleson, and Joe Peña of Westhoff; sisters, Catarina Luera of Quinlan.; brothers, Richard “Cune” Peña Sr. of Dallas, Guadalupe “Lupe” Lopez (Elisa) of Dallas, and Jesse Peña of Irving. He is also survived by numerous grandchildren and greatgrandchildren. He is preceded in death by his parents, Marcos Peña, Michaela Guajardo Pacheco and stepfather, Refugio “Cuco” Pacheco; son, Pedro “Pete” Peña, and brother, San Juan “Johnny” Pacheco. Pallbearers are Corey Clark, Gerlad “Jerry” Clark, Gelasio Garcia Sr., Gelasio Garcia Jr., Mickey S. Hernandez, and Robert Ramirez. Honary pallbearers are Geraldo Garcia, Katarina Luera, Richard Peña Sr., Guadalupe Lopez, and Jesse Peña. Visitation was held from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16 at Freund Funeral Home with a rosary at 7 p.m. Services were held at 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 17 at St. Aloysius Catholic Church in Westhoff. Father David Berger officiated. Interment followed at St. Aloysius Cemetery in Westhoff.

28, 1953 in Cuero to Walter Douglas and Betty Mathis. She worked for Mary Kay Cosmetics for 17 years. Rose is survived by her husband Clarence D. Thomas and her son James C. Mathis; her daughters Shumura Price and Tushana Price. She is also survived by eight brothers and eight sisters as well as seven grandchildren. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 23 at Mt. Bethel Baptist Church from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. with a service to follow starting at noon with the Rev. A.L. Taylor officiating. Burial will be at Pleasantville Cemetery. Services are entrusted to Heritage Funeral Home, 361-578-3611.

children, Meredith Kirk Metting (Dustin) of Cuero, Morgen Kirk of Austin; and great-granddaughter, Harper Metting. She is preceded in death by her parents, Herman and Hertha Morgenroth and husband, Clyde Arndt. Visitation was held from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22 at Freund Funeral Home. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23 at Freund Funeral Home with Pastor Karl Bierman officiating. Interment will follow at Hillside Cemetery in Cuero. You may sign the guestbook or send condolences at www.freundfuneralhome. com. Freund Funeral Home, 361-275-2343.

one son, five daughters, 23 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren, one sister and the mother of his children, Helen Wilson Phillips. He was preceded in death by one sister. A Goliad memorial service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at the Goliad High School Auditorium. A Houston memorial service will be held at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 29 at Lakewood Church.

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Notice of Public Meeting The Cuero Independent School District has received a Su perior Achievement Rating on the Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas

(FIRST) for 20112012 and will have a public meeting to distribute and ex plain the report. This meeting will be held on November 21, 2013 at 6:30 PM in the CISD Board Room, 960 East Broadway, Cuero, Texas, 77954.

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Notice of changes of pasture use of Hidden Hills Ranch on Stratton Rd. F.M. 1447. From cattle grazing to that of a wild life reserve. Property was sanctioned and inspected by the Texas Parks & Wildlife Dept. The State of Texas said property will be used as such untill further notice. Custodians will not assume responsibility nor ownership of any stray cattle, if found on reserve.

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RESIDENTIAL/LAND 502 E. Live oak- back in market. Call for appt. & call for price. 915 Moss Lane- Great home, duplex, small residential development, paved, all utilities water, sewer, 3 Lots. $62,250 9th & Broadway, Seadrift, Tx- 2BR, 2 1/2 bath-800 sq ft, open kitchen, living, dining. $112,650 AT THE BAY!! Tr. 1&2 Bay Ave & Pine, Seadrift, Tx- Last lot on Seadrift Harbor-Investment, Homeside, possible launch, oyster's dock? Interior Lots included. $148,750 COMMERCIAL 115-117 N. Esplanade- 3658 sq.ft. price reduction!! $299,000 6 acres U.S. Hwy 59- Excellent location Across from Victoria Airport and next to Adopt a Pet. Electric, water & sewer. Entrance from 59. $119,900 5105 Lone Tree Victoria, Tx- Commercial/ Industrial. 74+/- Acres Highway frontage Lone tree down from Catepillar also Highway frontage Hwy 59. Size matters, access matters, Cut 74 Up Sell It Out. $1,500,000

SIMPLY THE BEST deals on new Chevrolets & GMCs AND over 100 used vehicles with financing to fit most credit situations. Grafe ChevroletGMC Hallettsville, TX 361-798-3281 • 800798-3225

Gemeinhardt M2S flute for sale. Solid silver. $600 obo. Call 571-0305. For Slae: like new dinning table w/4 chairs, loveseat, floral swivel chair & daybed. Call 361564-4173 after 6pm.

Let Brenda help you find the perfect place for your family this spring, and be ready for fun this summer!

Brenda Carter

brenda@pocrentals.com

ELING CORPORATION

Private office space for rent.

Furnishedsecure, ample space. weekly or monthly rental. Professional space. up to 1500 sq. ft.

General Merchandise

Russell Cain Real Estate

ELING CORPORATION

Hallettsville Area- 32+/- ac with 3/1 wood frame home, barns, ponds, ad.oaks, Please many secluded $475,000. More acreage available for purchase. Smiley-Westhoff take a lookArea, 1692 Hwy 87- Spacious 3BR/3.5BA Austin Stone ranch style home on 30+/- rolling acres, beautiful & move-in and2 LA, make ready, outdoor kitchen, hot tub, 2 car garage, pond, barn and more. C.F.P. sure every-

361-799-9292

I’m am interested in YOUR river property!

Automobiles

Livestock

Square hay bales for sale. $8 a bale. Yorktown. 361-5500466.

Pets & Supplies Free Kittens. 361722-8986 or 361550-6363.

Cuero Garage Sales

Meyersville School will be holding a salvage sale on Saturday, October 26, 2013 from 8:00-10:00 am. The sale will consist of desks, cabinets, computer equipment, televisions, carts and play ground equipment. Items with prices will be displayed in the Meyersville Gym on Saturday, October 26, 2013. Sealed bids will be accepted on playground equipment beginning on Friday, October 25, 2013 and opened at 2x4=$39.20/we 10:00am on Satur day, October 26, 2013. The highest bid on each item will have 10 days to remove their piece of playground equip ment, the public is invited to view the playground equip ment to be sold on Friday, October 25th from 8:00-2:00. Please contact Meyersville School at (361-)275-3639 with any questions re garding the salvage sale.

Realtor Corporation

Keith Krueger Commercial Sales, Cuero-DeWitt, Victoria & Surrounding Area!

ITEMS FOR SALE

361-920-2005 cell 361-983-4371 office

Randy Smith, Realtor Smith Ranch Investments

Coldwell Banker The Ron Brown Co.

TRANSPORTATION

www.russellcain.com

Members of the Victoria Area Association of Realtors and MLS

67 Acres-NW Goliad. 3/2 double-wide with covered porches. Good metal barn. John Deere CONTRACT tractor with implements. Mostly mesquite pasture. $275,000. $250,000 63 Acres-Meyersville area. Oaks, brush, hayfield, well, pens, cross-fenced. $5300/acre 250-800 Acres-Robstown/Corpus AreaFM corner. Barns, pens, creek w/lake. Well fenced, good grazing. $2950-$3550/acre. 98-198 Acres Atascosa County- Creek, brush, trees, water meter, 2 tanks. $2850/acre. North Texas River Ranch- 17,000 Acres between Abiliene & Witchita Falls-Will Divide. Prices from $1075/acre.

The Learning Gar den at St Paul’s in Yorktown is currently taking enroll ment. Call 361-564- 9444 for more info.

Childcare

Invest in Port O'Connor!

353 Glen Oaks Lane, Cuero, Tx. 4.78 acres, Austin Stone, 3Br/2Ba, wood F/P, Wood flooring living & dining areas, tile in kitchen & baths, carpet in bedrooms, Silestone countertops, tile backsplash, w/island & eating bar. Walkin closets, glass walk-in shower, 20-ft. ceiling & glass panel windows overlooking back yard & deer feeder. Pop up & barrel ceilings in hall & bedrooms, large patio, water well, aerobic septic system. All electric. $475,000.00. Call 361-491-0091 for appointment.

RENTALS

160 Acres Goliade-SOLD Creeks, tanks, double wide, 2 cabing, barn, and minerals. 70 Acres west of Weesatche- Good oaks plus heavy SouthCONTRACT Texas brush for wildlife. Open grazing areas for cattle. 2 water wells. Paved road. Some minerals. $5495/acre. 106 Acres- Rockport. Two houses. FM 1069 Frontage. Just minutes from town. 35-40 Acres CONTRACT with large live oaks. $1,400,000. 4.5 Acres-US Hwy 183 just north of GonzalesWater, electric, 2 barns, pens. $269,500 Will divide. 87 to 184 Acres-Smiley. Tanks, creeks, water well, hunters camp, pens. Mixture of heavy brush, oaks, good native pasture and some coastal bermuda. This is a good cow/calf place in a top notch hunting area. No minerals. $3350/acre.

3 Bedroom, CA/H, water, sewer, & garbage paid. Free internet WIFI. $750/mo $500/dep. Rivercrest Mobile Home Park. 361-649-1694.

Fishing, Hunting, Beachcombing...Fun..... Invest in what you love to do....

1/1 Travel Trailer, outside of Yoakum, privacy, covered parking, utilities paid. $600/month plus deposit. RV spaces on the Guadalupe River. Clayton St. - Newly remodeled executive home, very nice in a super neighborhood, 3 bedrooms 2 baths, plus extra rooms, all appliances, plenty of parking and outbuilding for storage - $2,250.00 per month.

Kathleen Coker (361) 275-4766 Linda K. Duderstadt (361) 277-9357 Keith Krueger (361) 799-9292

SERVICES

What comes to mind when you think of Port O'Connor?

www.ronbrown.com www.coldwellbanker.com

Commercial location across the road from Pioneer Resources at the corner of Hwy 77 & 183 N. 14+/- acres $2.3 million. Commercial building on approx. .61 of an acre across from Cuero National Bank. Excellent exposure, high traffic count. $297,700.REDUCED $200,000 W. Heaton- Large metal shop w/offices on 2+/- acres, move your trucks & equipment in $550,000. Commercial- 2+/- acres, corner of Hwy 72 W & FM 2980, Yorktown. Prime corner location! $199,000. Commercial- 4.03 +/- acres, just off corner of Hwy 72 & Hwy 87 Cuero, $400,000. 502 E. Live Oak- 4 or 5 BD, 3 BA, 2 dining, theater room, 2005 Updates $197,350 NOW $182,500 Motivated Seller!! Yorktown- Formerly Texas Outpost Site 1+/- acres, city utilities. $425,000. Prime Commercial Location.

grafechevygmc.com

Mobile Homes For Rent

SMALL ACREAGE & LOTS

CUERO-12+/- acres in city limits, access from Terrell & Dunn St, beautiful oaks, great home site, currently zoned residential, possibility of commercial, city sewer & electric, city water nearby. CFP SUBLIME- 25+/-acres, improved pasture, oaks, pond, water well. $6,200 acre. SUBLIME- 11.43 acres, wooded, oaks,electricity nearby. $5,500 acre. Yorktown, Community Hall Rd- 34+/- acres coverd with beautiful oaks, great homesite or perfect retreat. $10,000 $8,900 per acre Lakeside Hills Subdivision- 5+/-acre restricted subdivison. $72,500 SOLD 6555 Hwy 87S.- 8+/- acres between Cuero & Thomaston w/ 3BR wood frame home needing TLC, conveniently located with highway frontage, with partial minerals. $120,000 $108,000 $109,000 Hallettsville Area--PV RD 1033--10+/- acres with oaks & seasonal creek, great home site or week end retreat $7,500 $6,500 per acre. NEW HORIZON-Restricted Subdivision, great location, only 5 min. from Cuero, offering two 3+ acre tracts, $32,500 each tract SERENITY ESTATES- Nursery area offering 3+ acre lots in restricted subdivion, Nursery & Cuero School Districts. C.F.P. Cuero Office 361-277-3424 Rockport Office 361-275-4118

website: www.elingcorp.com email: realestate@elingcorp.com

Margaret A. Thomas~Broker, VAAR Elenor Lamb, Broker Associate, Member VAAR Shirley Nelson, Sales Associate, Member VAAR, Victoria MLS John A. Post, Sales Associate, Member VAAR, Victoria MLS Heidi Hervey, Broker Associate, Member VAAR, Victoria MLS

361.275.4857 361.648.7155 361.275.4887 361.212.1126

Victoria Area Association of Realtors, Victoria Multiple Listing Service & Houston Commercial Loop Net

102 E. Reuss Blvd., Cuero • (361) 275-6915 www.txcountryrealty.com

RANCHES

NEW LISTING! Small acreages, 9+/- ac. each- Approx. 5 mi. north of Cuero on Hwy 77A. Some w/elect. and water well. CFP NEW LISTING! 128+/- ac.- NE of Yorktown. Exceptional horse/cattle/recreational ranch. Too many amenities to list. Beautiful! MUST SEE! CFP 10+/- ac. 8642 US Hwy 183 - Beautiful, spacious 3/2, updated & renovated, open-concept, spa/inground pool. Additional acreage available. Must see to appreciate! $299,000 1600 US Hwy. 77A South- 7+/- ac. small farmhouse. $159,000 20+/- ac. Comfort, TX - Excellent property for 1-of-a-kind homesite w/spectacular views. Oaks, other hardwoods, cedar, open areas. Seasonal creek, fenced, electricity. Storage building. $300,000 Horse Lover's Dream Ranch 72+/- ac. Goliad Co.- Beautiful 3/3 brick ranch house, oak-studded cross-fenced pastures, lg. barn, horse barn, 3/2 guest house. Too many amenities to list!! $985,000 367.1+/- ac. Bay City - Located on SH 60, about 7mi. from Matagorda & 13 mi. from Bay City. Great ranching property with LCRA canal and Big Boggy Creek frontage. CFP 1253.93+/- ac.- Matagorda Co. Ranching, commercial, or plant use. Road frontage, gas lines, electrical service, rail service, and access to the barge canal. Approx. 600 ac. in cultivation, remaining acreage used for ranching. CFP 47.63+/-ac. FM 237-Located on the SE corner of Cooley Rd. and FM 237. Approximately 2450+/- feet of road frontage. Electricity & water well. Great location for business or homestead. $7,500/ac 245+/- ac. DeWitt Co. South River Rd. - Oaks, water, electricity, and paved road frontage. Hunting & ranching. $3,850/ac. 80+/- ac. Ranch - Cabin, utilities, excellent deer hunting, no minerals, perfect getaway close to Cuero. CFP 372.11+/- ac. US Hwy. 87S & Verhelle Rd.-Rolling terrain, large Live Oaks, mesquite and brush, seasonal creek. Great hunting for deer, hogs, turkey, and dove. Excellent ranching property. All weather road. $4,250/ac. 835+/- Bay City - Irrigated farm/ranch land. 8+/- ac. lake, LCRA canals, excellent goose hunting. 3/2 ranch house, barn. CFP

COMMERCIAL

High exposure commercial property. 8500 sq. ft. warehouse/office on 9/10th ac. Warehouse has 4 loading areas, property has lay-down yard and truck parking. Located on Esplanade (Hwy183) and Heaton (Hwy 72) in Cuero City limits. $325,000 806 S. Esplanade St.- 1.2+/-ac. $175,000 The Park at Pebble Ridge- Beautiful, picture-perfect commercial property ready to sell. Loads of potential for the right business. Hwy. 87 at the entrance of Pebble Ridge Subdivision. CFP Great Commercial Location! 47+/- ac. Southeast corner of Hwy. 183N & Hwy 77A. Road frontage on 183 & 77A. CFP 39.792 ac. 9959 FM 237 - Located on the SW corner of the US 183S and FM 237 intersection. Approximately 10 miles South of Cuero on US 183S. Road frontage on US 183S and FM 237. 3-phase electricity, no improvements, no minerals. CFP

RESIDENTIAL

202 W. TEXAS- 3/1 frame, lg. corner lot. $55,000 812 N. TERRELL ST.- 2 story Stucco, 4BR/2BA, LR, DR, office, den, corner lot. $130,000. 312 Warn St.-Adorable farm house, 3/2, high ceilings, wraparound porch, lg. corner lot. $89,000. 913 N. Terrell St. - 2 story Atley Ayers designed Stucco, extra large corner lot, CAH-2 units, beautiful hardwood floors, wood-burning FP, den/family room, 2-car detached garage. $298,000.

Ricky Gohmert - Broker

Sue Sulsar- Associate Nan Hartman -Associate Sue Stiles- Associate Mary Beth Finney - Associate Larry Adams - Associate

(361) 564-8250 (361) 564-8988 (361)676-2455 (361) 275-4345 (361) 564-4622

(361) 463-9980 Texas Country Realty is a member of the Victoria Board of Realtors


Wednesday, October 23, 2013

DeWitt County The Classified Pages that serve all of DeWitt County.

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MARKETPLACE

In Cuero call (361) 275-3464 • In Yorktown call (361) 564-2242 Yard sale 802 E. Morgan Ave. Thurs. 24th, & Fri. 25th. Furniture, clothes, prom dresses, boots/shoes, & lots of misc. 411 E. Thomas St. Saturday 8-1. HUGE six family sale! 4935 US Hwy. 87 South at Irish Creek. Saturday, October 26, 7:30 a.m. - ?? Watch for the canopies! LOTS of stuff -- Furniture, clothing, kitchen items, baby stuff, Perfectly Posh Prod ucts, and more!

DON’T MISS THIS ONE! 409 W. Main. Satur day 7-? Misc items.

Yorktown Garage Sales 435 Stark. St. Sat. 81. Halloween, Christman, bargins! Buy $5/ get $5 free!

EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted Basic EnErgy sErvicEs Now Hiring CDL driver to work out of

Huge Garage Sale!

cuero Blue Santa

Hochheim and Hal lettsville. HazMat helpful. Tanker experience preferred. Preemployment physical and drug screen required. Great pay and benefits, medical, dental insurance, 401K. For application infor mation please call 361-798-4997. The Westhoff Inde pendent School District is seeking application for the following positions. Substitute teachers, custodian and bus drivers are needed at Westhoff ISD. Job appli cations are available at the school office or on line at west

2nd Annual Garage Sale

benefiting

November 8th, 9th & 10th Open at 8 a.m.

Anna Koch Pavilion at the Cuero City Park

Lots of household items, tons of clothing in all sizes, tools, toys & much, much more!!

100% of the proceeds go to benefit the children of Cuero for Christmas

CAD TECHNICIAN

Proficient in computer aided drafting software, (Microstation or AutoCad), and Microsoft office products. Excellent witten and verbal communication skills.

Offering: •Competitive C ompensation •401K Plan •Paid Employee Insurance •Paid Vacation

Positions available in the Victoria, Cuero, and San Antonio offices. Please email resumes to kmitchell@ urbansurveying.com or fill out application at 2004 Commerce St. Victoria, TX 77901

is a small, friendly, family oriented facility, In a country setting, located in Cuero, Texas that is accepting applications for the following positions:

•Full time CNA all shifts($500 hiring bonus) •LVN •Full time/Part time CMA •Housekeeping/Laundry •Cooks/dietary aide •Licensed Social Service Worker (3 days a week) •FT DON Become part of a winning team and enjoy Multiple benefits such as Medical and Dental Insurance, vacation/sick leave & vacation/PTO is offered for full time positions. Please Call (361)275-3421 EOE

hoffisd.org. To re ceive a complete job description for these positions, contact David Kennedy, Superintendent at 830236-5519. Apple Lumber is now accepting appli cations for the position of Yard Hand. The applicant must be able to lift heavy objects, work with the public, have a valid Texas driver’s license. Please ap ply at 643 W. Main, Yorktown between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

LLC. Oil Field Services 1237 Hoover Ln. Luling Tx 78648. Part-time custo dian: St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Ander has an opening for a part-time custodian. To re ceive an application for employment, contact the church office at (361) 645- 2922 or o f f i c e @ s t petersander.org. Seeking FT rental property handy man/ repair man. Also need FT or PT HVAC tech. 361739-4742.

nOW Hiring DiEsEL MEcHanic The TDCJ recruiter & LinE Man. Call will be screening Correctional Officer 830-875- 1x3.5= 5011 for$17.50/wk applicants in Cuero, info. Luling O&G,

Permit to Work Coordinators & Field Safety Coordinators for Emergency Spill Response Needed.

--Please contact (832)306-1457 for more information.

Part Time Bail Agent/ 2x3= Court $30.00/wk Cordinator

Due to growth in census we’re currently accepting applications for the following positions: • RN - PT/ 1 weekend per month • CNAs - Day & Evening Shifts $750 sign on bonus 3x3=$45.00 per week • LVN-Experience prefered/ FT evenings-$1000 sign on bonus! Free nurse aide training classes start this week... Ask about our sign on bonus. Expired nurse aide certificates... We can help you update your certificate.

Apply at: 1310 E. Broadway • Cuero 361-275-9133 EOE

Ledwik Oilfield Service is looking for experienced

•Pusher •Roustabouts •Shophand

*Driver License Required *Must Pass Drug Test

Apply in person at 7432 E. FM 1447, Cuero Phone 361-275-9805

weekends. Any knowledge of the hardware and lumber business would be a plus. Please apply at 643 W. Main, Yorktown between the hours of 8:00 a. m. and 4:00 p.m.

Desk Clerk: Responsible for check in and checkout guest, answering the phone. Duties in clude taking care of the guests and other light duties. Experi ence required in Hotel/Motel or one year of college education. Good Salary. Apply at Executive Inn in Cuero.

The Yorktown News-View is ac cepting applications for a part-time advertising position. This is a posi tion with consider able computer Work and contact with local Cuero Automotive is and area looking for experi businesses. Good enced auto techni typing, spelling and cian. Call 361-277grammar skills will 2886. be needed. Appli cants may leave apimmediate open plications at the ofings Cuero Home fice located in YorkHealth PHC/CBA is town at 126 E. Main looking for atten -2x2=$20/wk or email dants in Cuero. Con - resumes to: tact Erma @ 361sonya@ 275-8650. cuerorecord.com. Apple Lumber is now accepting appli cations for the position of Sales Clerk. The applicant must DUNN SERVICES INC. be familiar with com IN MEYERSVILLE puters, work well Is Currently Seeking: with the public, and be able to work •CLASS A DRIVERS

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TX at the Stevenson Unit on November 19, 2013 @ 7:30 AM. To schedule for Screening go to www.tdcj.state.tx.us. Bring your completed State of Texas Application for Employment, TDCJ E m p l o y m e n t Application Supple ment, Statement of Availability and all required documents and copies to your scheduled Correc tional Officer screeni ng appointment. An Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Wanted in Yorktown. Must be dependable, have a good driving record, able to work nights and 2X3.5 $35.00 per weekweekends, and have reliable transportation.

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•Call (361)-491-1515•

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Delivery of Channel Catfish, Bass, Hybrid Bluegill, Redear Bream, Coppernose Bluegill, Fathead Minnows, Black Crappie and Grass Carp are available for Pond and Lake Stocking. 10 days notice and permit required for the purchase of Triploid Grass Carp.

Give us a call at 361-275-3464 in CUERO or 361-564-2242 in YORKTOWN and we will place it under our Lost & Found for FREE!!!

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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

RecordAboutTheTown CUERO ISD

Electronic waste collected

CJHS Pink-Out Day Oct. 11 Over 200 Cuero Junior High School students sport pink attire, accessories, and hair to school on Friday, Oct. 11. Cuero ISD declared a district-wide Pink-Out Day as part of activities during October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. CJHS students, faculty, and staff traded in their traditional Friday Gobbler green to show their support for research and to honor patients and survivors of cancer. Contributed photo.

Badda Bling celebrates opening The Cuero Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for Badda Bling Oct. 10. The shop, owned by Brooke Smith, is on 108 E. Main St. The shop offers women’s clothing and a full service salon. Cuero Record photo.

The City of Cuero collected electronic waste Sept. 28 at the city park basketball pavilion. Computers, printers, monitors, TVs, microwaves, copiers, and other equipment was collected. The total amount collected was 16,994 pounds. The hosted collected 10,440 pounds of electronic waste in March. Following is a report of environment savings according to a report from Cooperative Teamwork & Recycling Assistance: 144 trees saved; 34,383 kilowatt hours saved; 59,479 gallons of water saved; 25 cubic yards of landfill saved; 510 pounds of air pollution saved; and $297.40 of landfill fees saved. Shown with some of the waste collected is city employee Val Hopkins. Contributed photo.

Gobbler exhibit Nov. 1 The Cuero Heritage Museum has expanded the Gobbler Football History exhibit. This expanded exhibit follows the previous two exhibits (1911 to 1971) and will have team pictures and stories that chronicle the winning seasons of 197275. A total of 54 victories and only two losses, a 44-game winning streak, and two state championships were achieved during this brief period. A reception for the exhibit will be held 4:307 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1, which will give Gobbler

fans plenty of time to get to the Cuero, Gonzales game. Refreshments will be served. There is a need for Gobbler football artifacts and memorabilia from this time period. Those who have posters, letterman’s jackets, programs, and other memorabilia are asked to contact Mike Weber at 275-3827 or 564-0961. Addresses for players who live outside the Cuero area are also needed. The Cuero Heritage Museum is on 124 E. Church St.


Wednesday, January 23, 2013

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RAIN-SOAKED LOSS Gobblers take first district loss

Cuero’s Zech Hopkins took this pass reception from quarterback Jared Vernor 57 yards to help set up the Gobblers field goal in the first quarter. Also shown is Tel Holland (55). Below the Cuero High School Marching Band presented their halftime show in spite of rain at Bulldog Stadium Friday. Photos by Glenn Rea/Cuero Record.

By GLENN REA Editor & Publisher Throw the books away. The 103 year old battle between Cuero’s Gobblers and Yoakum’s Bulldogs can only be decided one game at at time. Friday night, the Bulldogs took the decision 41-20. As fans huddled under umbrellas at Bulldog Stadium, Yoakum made a big statement to start the game. On their first play from scrimmage, Dog quarterback Tre’vontae Hights blasted up the middle for a 71 yard touchdown run virtually untouched. Just 20 seconds into the game, Yoakum was up 60. They missed the extra point try. Hights either made or passed for five of the six touchdowns made by the Bulldogs Friday. This was the second district contest for both schools. The Gobblers are now 1-1 (4-2) and the Bulldogs are 2-0 (3-3). After that initial blow, both teams were trying to find their footing on a rain-soaked field. On Cuero’s second possession, quarterback Jared Vernor connected with Zech Hopkins for a

57-yd. pass to the Bulldog 6. D’Anthony Hopkins pushed Yoakum back to the 1 and then followed with a dive over the middle to captures Cuero’s first points of the game. The point-after kick missed its mark and the game was tied at 6-6 with 7:20 left in the opening stanza. A pumped-up Yoakum squad put together its second scoring drive taking Cuero’s kick-off at their own 26. Seven runs including one for 36 yds. saw the Bulldogs cross over for a TD with 3:52 in the first. With the PAT kick the score was 13-6. The Gobblers were anxious to respond and put together an 11-play drive moving to the Bulldog 17. But the effort ended with a fumble recovered by Yoakum. Cuero’s defense returned to the trenches refusing to let the Dogs reach mid-field after 11downs. The Gobblers took the Yoakum punt at their own 14. With no success on the ground, Vernor tried going to the air but the ball was tipped by the Cuero receiver and See GOBBLERS, Page 2B

Athlete of the Week

Hunter Fales

Lindenau Harvest Home Show

US 87 North onto FM 953 Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013 • 9:30 - 5:00 Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013 • 10:30 - 3:00

Join us for our eleventh annual festive market featuring antiques, delightful décor, & quaint gift items. Sandra Simon, Suzanne Bell and friends invite you to come and celebrate fall with Cuero! Make a weekend out of our market by also shopping area merchants and relaxing at one of our Bed Breakfast Inns.

Hunter Fales, CHS senior, is a tough fightin' Gobbler! He had 4 pass break ups and 6 tackles in a 24-20 win vs Giddings. Way to go Hunter! Go Mean Green!

Sit and visit while enjoying Lindenau Hall’s “Famous” Stew and other home cooked goodies. Call (361)275-3115 for information or directions.

Fightin’ Gobblers

Member Cuero Chmaber of Commerce

“Light the Night with Jesus!”

On our “Trunk-R-Treat Trail”

Thursday, October 31, 2013 6pm - 8pm DeWitt County Courthouse Parking Area

FREE Candy, Food, & Fun Sponsored By Area Churches

Subscribe to the Record today. Call us at 275-3464.

The Learning Garden • • Opening - October 28th, 2013 • •

St. Paul Lutheran Church • 234 N. Gohmert • Yorktown, TX 78164 Hours: 6:30am- 6:30pm Ages: 0-12 years Preschool classes for 3 & 4 yr. olds 3 day or 5 day schedule

Before & After School Care Breakfast & Lunch provided Christian Based Curriculum Age appropriate activities

Call to register: 361-564-9444


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Dogs were up 34-17. A frustrated Gobbler squad could only reach their own 20 before kicking the ball back to Yoakum.

picked-off by the Bulldogs near the Gobbler 25. Yoakum found little resistance racing in for the TD with 6 min. left in Cuero 6 7 0 7 - 20 the first half. The Yoakum 13 14 7 7 - 41 kick was good and the Bulldogs were up 20-6. Cuero Yoakum Cuero’s D’Andre First Downs 10 18 Gallagher gave the Rushes-Yards 27-98 50-321 fans a taste of Passing Yards 167 102 Gobbler speed when Passes 8-16-1 6-9-0 he took the Dog Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-0 kick-off at his own 9. Penalties-Yards 4-30 5-30 Weaving and ducking his way down As the final quarter field, Gallagher raced 91opened the Bulldogs had yds. to pay-dirt keeping reached the Cuero 20. the Gobblers in the The hosts pound their game. His score and way to the Gobbler 13 Pearson Reese’s extra and then used one of point kick narrowed the their rare passes to get gap to 20-13 with the to the 1. Diving over, Dogs leading. Hights scored the Dogs However, Yoakum final TD of the night determined to keep the lighting the scoreboard ball on the ground and at 41-13. use up time. Starting at Cuero’s final points of their own 26, the Dogs the night came on their needed 13 plays to move next drive starting from the distance and score their own 37. A pass with 10-sec. left on the reception by Brenden clock. At the half Pupi good for 51 yds. Yoakum was up 27-13. moved the Gobblers to After the break the the Yoakum 27. Vernor Bulldogs showed they called his number again were still in control. on third down and Pupi Cuero could only genermade his way into the ate 15 yds. on 7 plays Bulldog end-zone for the before giving the ball up TD. Reese made the on downs. score 41-20 and that is Yoakum took three the way the game ended. snaps starting at their Yoakum used the own 37 including a 57yd. pass play that result- remaining time on the clock to insure the win. ed in a TD with 6:48 left in the third period. The

Lady Gobblers lose 2 The Lady Gobblers traveled to La Grange Oct. 15. Following are the results of the games. Varsity Game 1: Cuero, 16–La Grange, 25 Game 2: Cuero, 13–La Grange, 25 Game 3: Cuero, 24–La Grange, 26 Highlights Tiffani Shellenbarger: 3 blocks, 12 assists, 3 digs, 1 ace; Brennan Sager: 4 blocks; Mary Kate Krueger: 1 kill, 4 digs; Missy Odom: 2 kills, 2 blocks, 7 digs, 1 ace; Martina Stavinoha: 7 kills, 11 blocks; Autumn Means: 1 block; Kaelen Sievers: 4 kills, 8 blocks, 1 dig; Jaslynn Mathis: 1 kill, 2 digs; Mia Knetig: 3

kills, 4 blocks, 3 assists, 4 digs; Justyce Turner 1 kill, 16 digs; Emmarie Johnson 2 kills, 6 digs. Overall Record 21-11 District Record 6-2 JV Game 1: Cuero, 5–La Grange, 25 Game 2: Cuero, 3–La Grange, 25 Freshmen Game 1: Cuero, 22–La Grange, 25 Game 2: Cuero, 15–La Grange, 25 The Lady Gobblers traveled to Yoakum Oct. 18. The varsity team lost in three matches (21-25, 20-25 and 22-25). Read highlights in next week’s edition of the Record.

Shown is Emmarie Johnson on the court at the Cuero, Giddings game Oct. 11. The Lady Gobblers hosted Gonzales Oct. 22. They will host Smithville Oct. 25. Cuero Record photo.

JV Gobblers still undefeated The JV Gobbler football team battled defensively to hold on to the lead to win over Yoakum 1412 keeping their perfect overall 7-0, district 2-0 record. Elex Martinez scored with a 6 yard run and a two point conversion. Kyron Williams scored with a

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1 yard rush. The Gobblers attempted the two point conversion but it was unsuccessful. Martinez had 6 carries for 34 yards. Williams had 8 carries for 60 yards. Tyler Edwards had 9 carries for 52 yards. Jacob Stock had 5 tackles and 1 fumble recovery. Wyatt

Andrews had 6 tackles. Christ Buesing had 4 tackles and 1 forced fumble. The JV will play Smithville Thursday, Oct. 24 away. Overall 7-0 District 2-0

Bulldogs overtake seventh graders The Seventh Grade Gobbler football team came back strong in the fourth quarter with 12 points and shutting down the offense but it was not enough to overtake Yoakum losing 30-24. Trenton Haynes had two touchdowns. One was on a 65 yard rush on the reverse and the other was a 40

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RecordPolice&Courts CUERO PD CALLS FOR SERVICE Following is the Cuero Police Deparment’s calls for service report for Oct. 11–17 as submitted to the Record by the Cuero PD. Cuero Animal Control officers responded to 22 calls for service during this time period.

Oct. 11 Welfare Concern, N Esplanade Street Traffic Speeders/Hazards, N Esplanade All Other Escorts, N Hwy 183N All Other Escorts, E Broadway Street Traffic Speeders/Hazards, N

Esplanade Assist Other Agency, Bridge Street Field Generated Calls, E Broadway

Oct. 12 Disturbance, W Prairie Disturbance, Dunn Street Information, E Broadway Street Accident, E Church Accident, E Broadway Street Disturbance, S Gonzales Street Suspicious Person, E Main Disturbance, E Church Animal Bite, E Alexander Criminal Mischief, N

Esplanade Street Harassment, N Terrell Information, N Esplanade Street Bar/Lounge Checks, W Main Reckless Driver, S Esplanade Disturbance, Stockdale Street

Oct. 13 Loud Music, Douglas Information, Gazzie Loud Music, Woodworth Information, N Valley C Assist Ems, Leonard Roy Harmon Suspicious Person, W Sarah Private Property Accident, N Esplanade Street

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Shown are actors Josh Kaspar as Carlene Travis, Ann Patek as Nita Mooney, Krystal Patek as Crystal Hart and Paula Ewing as Mavis Flowers. In this scene the cast is reacting to “Crystal” who is modeling one of the many holiday costumes she designs and wears. Contributed photo.

Suspicious Vehicle, West End Assist Other Agency (S.O.), N Clinton Street Assist Other Agency (S.O.), Cheatham Rd

Oct. 14 Other, E Broadway Civil (Divorce, Child Custody), Dahlman Suspicious Person, Northwood Circle Loose Livestock, W Texas Harassment, E Live Oak Information, N Esplanade Street Burglar Alarm/Audible, N Esplanade Street

The rollicking Southern charmer, “Hallelujah Girls,” is the fall production at the historic Shiner Gaslight Theatre. The story, involves a group of feisty women of Eden Falls, Ga., who decide to “shake up their lives and achieve their dreams.” A visit from an exboyfriend, a marriage proposal from an unlikely suitor, and a few other obstacles along the way create a side-splitting comedy as the gals rally together to launch their new, improved lives. The cast includes Josh Kaspar, Ann Patek, Paula Ewing, Krystal Patek, Tara Koonce, Kerri Hull, Wes Neskora and Bobby Kneifel. The crew members are

Frankie Bates, Ann Moseley, Elaine Berkovsky, Cayley Koonce and Josh Kaspar. Patti Morales will direct. Friday, Saturday and Sunday performances will be Nov. 1-3, 22-24, Nov. 29, Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. A Wednesday performance will be Nov. 6. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for the evening performances, with the meal served at 7 p.m. and the play starting at 8 p.m. Doors open for the Sunday matinee at 12:30 p.m. with the meal served at 1 p.m. and the play starting at 2 p.m. Season ticket sales began Oct. 16; regular ticket sales begin Monday, Oct. 21. Call 361-594-2079 weekdays for reservations.

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Suspicious Person, E Clayton Burglary Report, W Morgan Street Assist Ems, E Mcarthur Disturbance, N Esplanade Street Disturbance, Crain Street Suspicious Person, E Morgan Street Reckless Driver, W Newman Burglar Alarm/Audible, E Broadway Disturbance, N Esplanade Street Field Generated Calls, E Main Street Disturbance, Clarence Juvenile, W Courthouse

Oct. 16 Theft, Fredrick Williams Juvenile, Grant All Other Escorts, N Esplanade Follow Up Investigation, Dunn Street Assist Person, Crain Street Theft, Clarence Assist Person, W Heaton Street Disturbance, Crain Street Suspicious Person, First Street

DEWITT COUNTY ARREST REPORT EDITOR’S NOTE: All subjects listed in the following arrest report are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, in a fair trial before a jury of their peers. In the event of dropped/reduced charges, the Record will publish an additional notice at the request of the arrestee. In order to do so, official documentation supporting the claim from the DeWitt County Sheriff’s Office, Cuero Police Department or Yorktown Police Department must be submitted to the Record by the arrestee. ----Following is the DeWitt County arrest report for Oct. 4-10 as submitted to the Record by the DeWitt County Sheriff’s Office: Jail Average Daily Count–141 Inmates Housed for Other Agencies–37

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Matthew Marin, 21, of Yorktown, violation of probation on burglary of habitation, bond of $30,000, DCSO Steven Glen Kolterman, 39, of Yoakum, capias pro fine on driving while license invalid, fine of $551.20, capias pro fine on fail to appear-driving while license invalid, fine of $607.10, driving while license invalid, fine of $237.10 (30 days to pay), DCSO Gregory Lynn Hickey, 42, of Canyon Lake, driving while intoxicated, bond of $2,000, Cuero PD Sarah Denise Barnes, 18, of Cuero, public intoxication, fine of $364 (30 days to pay), resist arrest search or transport, bond of $2,000, Yorktown PD Justin Blake Burnside, 28, of Nordheim, violation of probation on possession of controlled substance, no bond, DCSO Miranda Lynn Schorre, 29, of Yoakum, theft of property <$1,500 with two or more previous convictions, bond of $5,000, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, bond of $5,000, credit card or debit card abuse, bond of $5,000, DCSO Trichinia Douglas Austin, 42, of Cuero, violation of probation on theft of property,

bond of $1,000, Cuero PD Juan Rocha, 53, of Yoakum, hinder apprehension or prosecution of known felon, bond of $2,500, DCSO Kelli Elizabeth Cupples, 21, of Victoria, driving while intoxicated, bond of $1,500, Cuero PD Wayne Elwood-Robert Todd, 27, of Victoria, public intoxication, fine of $355 (30 days to pay), prohibited substance in a correctional facility, bond of $2,500, Cuero PD

Oct. 12 Christopher Garcia, 21, of Victoria, disorderly conduct - language, trial by judge, Cuero PD Dwayne Anthony Belvin Sr., 54, of Cuero, theft of property = $20<$500 by check, bond of $1,000, DCSO Larry Wayne Matejek, 49, of Cuero, public intoxication, fine of $355 (30 days to pay), Cuero PD Lori Davis Jimenez, 33, of Cuero, driving while license suspended/invalid, fine of $237.10 (30 days to pay), Cuero PD Trey Allen Johnson, 29, of Yoakum, possession of marijuana < 2oz, bond of $1,000, Cuero PD Demetria DeAnn Dilworth, 36, of Yoakum, possession of marijuana < 2oz, bond of $1,000, Cuero PD Byron Neal Holland, 29, of Yoakum, possession of drug paraphernalia, fine of $317 (30 days to pay), Cuero PD

Oct. 13 Matthew Clayton Friedel Jr., 18, of Yoakum, public intoxication, trial by judge, Cuero PD Pablo Alvarez-Gonzalez, 22, of Yoakum, possession of a controlled substance PG1<1G / drug free zone, bond of $2,500, evading arrest/detention, bond of $1,000, Yoakum PD

Oct. 14 Lucas Grahmann, 22, of Cuero, violation of probation on DWI third or more, no

bond, DCSO Amber Johnson, 24, of Victoria, credit or debit card abuse, bond of $2,500, DCSO Leonardo Rodriguez, 46, of Cuero, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, no bond, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, bond of $5,000, felony theft = $1,500<$20k, no bond, felony theft = $1,500<$20k, bond of $5,000, felony theft = $1,500<$20k, no bond, felony theft = $1,500<$20k, bond of $5,000, bail jumping and failure to appear, bond of $50,000, bail jumping & failure to appear, bond of $50,000, bail jumping and failure to appear, bond of $50,000, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, bond of $5,000, failure to appear on criminal mischief impair/interrupt public service, cash bond of $1,000, DCSO Jacob Wayne Hardy, 30, of Cuero, no/expired vehicle registration, fine of $203 (30 days to pay), speeding over limit 16/20 over limit, fine of $205 (30 days to pay), no/expired MVI certificate, fine of $163 (30 days to pay), Cuero PD

Oct. 15 Princess Jiminez, 20, of Yorktown, theft of service >=$20<$500, bond of $1,000, Yorktown PD Dennis Wayne Willeford, 66, of Weesatche, public intoxication, fine of $414 (30 days to pay), Yorktown PD

Oct. 16 Brian Anthony Briseno, 20, of Cuero, violation of probation, no bond, false report to police officer, bond of $1,000, DCSO Randy Joseph Flores Jr., 25, of Yoakum, violation of probation criminal mischief, no bond, DCSO Stephanie Marie Pena, 25, of Cuero, speeding 10 pecent or over 52 MPH in a 30 MPH Zone, fine of $237.10 (30 Days to Pay), VCO–disobey traffic control device, fine of $172 (30 days to pay), DCSO


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DEWITT COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE ACTIVITY REPORT Following is the DeWitt County Sheriff’s activity report for Oct. 11-17 as submitted to the Record by the DCSO. Number of loose livestock calls–9 Make or assist with crash scene/DPS–1

Oct. 11 Assist Yorktown PD with Traffic Stop on N Eckhardt St, Yorktown Assist CPD with Suspicious Person on N Gazzie, Cuero Assist CPD with Suspicious Activity on E Broadway, Cuero Loose Livestock on FM 236, Cuero Loose Livestock on FM 108, Yorktown Loose Livestock on Callahan Rd, Yorktown 911 Abuse on S Lynch Ave, Westhoff Warrant service on W 8th St, Yorktown Burglary of residence on Remmers Rd, Nordheim Stabbing on Hwy 72, Cuero Disturbance on FM 952, Yorktown Road hazard on Hwy 183N, Hochheim

Oct. 12 Suspicious Person on Hwy 87 S, Cuero Shots fired on FM 3010, Cuero Warrant Service on E Live Oak St, Cuero Harassment on Rainbow Rd, Thomaston Accident-Deer on Hwy 87 N, Westhoff Reckless Driver on FM 236, Cuero Physical assault on Hwy 87N, Cuero Accident on Hwy 77A, Yoakum Welfare check on Hwy 87S, Thomaston Suspicious vehicle on Lakeside Dr, Cuero

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Suspicious activity on Buchel Ln, Cuero Animal Carcass on FM 1447E, Cuero Injured animal on Hartman Rd, Cuero Assisted Cuero EMS with medical dispatch on Hwy 87N, Westhoff Accident on FM 236, Cuero Residential alarm on River Rd, Cuero Threats on Live Oak Rd, Cuero Accident on Matthew Adams Rd, Yoakum Loose livestock on Hwy 183S, Cuero Assisted DPS with accident on Hwy 72, Nordheim

Oct. 14 Road Hazard on Thomaston River Rd, Cuero Reckless driver on Hwy 87 S, Cuero Accident on Hwy 183 N, Cuero Warrant Service on N Gonzales, Cuero Abandon vehicle on Hwy 183 S, Cuero Foot patrol on Thomaston River Rd, Cuero Scam on Boldt Rd, Cuero Deliver message on Old Clinton Rd, Cuero Reckless driver on Cottonwood Ln, Cuero

Oct. 15 Illegal dumping on Biemer Rd, Cuero Reckless driver on Hwy 87 S, Cuero Report of possible abuse on Crestview Dr Security Check on Thomaston River Rd, Cuero Reckless driver on Hwy 77A, Cuero Disturbance on Hwy 87, Cuero 9-1-1 Open Line on Elizabeth St, Yorktown Disturbance on Hwy 72 W, Cuero

Reckless driver on Hwy 87N, Westhoff Disturbance on N Esplanade, Cuero

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Oct. 16 Loose Livestock on Lindenau Rd, Cuero Warrant Service on N Gonzales, Cuero Accident on FM 108, Yorktown Fraud on Live Oak Rd, Cuero Abandoned Vehicle on Hwy 87 S, Cuero Accident on Hwy 77A, Yoakum Dispute on Hwy 72 W, Nordheim Missing Person on Old Yorktown Rd, Cuero Warrant Service on N Gonzales, Cuero Reckless Drivers on Hwy 72W, Nordheim Suspicious Vehicle on Christian Rd, Cuero

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The following pictures are cats available for adoption at the City of Cuero Animal Control Shelter. Anyone who recognizes a lost pet is asked to call animal control officer Scott Sullivan at 277-3552. To control the number of unwanted and abandoned animals in the shelter, Pet Adoptions of Cuero urges pet owners to have their pets spayed and neutered. Contributed photos.

Assist Motorist on FM 953, Cuero Juvenile Situation on Hwy 77A, Cuero Loose Livestock on Cabeza Rd, Nordheim Alarm Residential on FM 3157, Cuero Suspicious Vehicle on Gruenau Rd, Yorktown Warrant service on N Gonzales, Cuero Accident on FM 953, Cuero Suspicious activity on Tulley Rd, Cuero Animal found on Pargmann Rd, Yoakum Loose livestock on Steen Rd, Hochheim Assist motorist on Hwy 183N, Cuero Suspicious vehicle on FM 766, Cuero Theft on Hwy 183N, Cuero Accident-deer on FM 766, Cuero Accident on FM 966, Yoakum Loose livestock on Smith Ranch Rd, Cuero Loose livestock on Diebel Rd/Yorktown Slickfield Rd, Yorktown Suspicious activity on N Broadway, Nordheim Intoxicated person at W 5th St/Hwy 119, Yorktown

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