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Tue
25
Feb

Women of Faith thank all who helped, attended fellowship

 

Tue
25
Feb

CHS restored tractor entries impress Cuero judge

 

Tue
25
Feb

Credit credit dropped in post office returned

 

Dear Editor,
 
I am writing this to say a big thank you to the honest person who found my credit card I had accidently dropped in the lobby of the Cuero post office on Feb. 18. 
 
They turned the card in to the postal clerk, Ron, who helped to locate me. Then Elie Corpus, my mail carrier, delivered it to me. Only in Cuero.
 
A sincere thank you again,
Janie Veth
Tue
11
Feb

Thanks for EMS help

 

Dear Editor,
I would like to especially thank the Yorktown EMS for their promptness and care enroute to the hospital. I really believe the care I received from them and Dr. Krueger not only saved my life, but only caused minimal heart damage with the help of four stints.
 
And thanks to our kids for being there for Daddy and me. Also, thank you to Pastor Martin and Betty for their immediate visit to pray for me.
 
Thanks for the outpouring of phone calls, cards and prayers from my church family and my extended family (my customers). I’ll be back! I don’t know when yet.
 
Much love.
Susanne Audilet
Yorktown
Tue
04
Feb

Sandy Gate help noted

 

Dear Editor,
We would like to take this time to recognize individuals for their contributions to the Sandy Gate Cemetery.
 
First, we would like to thank Brenda Lincke Fisseler, and Rickey Hengst for their donation to help with the upkeep of the cemetery.  Brenda has been great with all her help.  She donates part of her book sales.  She has a very good book about the Sandy Gate Cemetery, so if anyone has anyone buried out there, you should get one of her books.  
 
Also, I see in the Yorktown paper that some people have leased their part of the cemetery to an oil company.  It would be nice if some of you would make a donation to help with the upkeep.
 
Thank You.
Wilbert Hengst
Yorktown
Tue
04
Feb

85 pigs at this year's Swine Prospect Show

 

Dear Editor, 
We would like to thank Tim for the article about our Swine Prospect Show in the Jan. 8 editions of the Cuero Record and the Yorktown News-View. We have been averaging 30-40 animals the past six years. But this year, with the newspaper’s help and the weather, we had 85 pigs for the show, the best turnout since we started. 
 
We may be able to give three or four $1,000 scholarships this year in addition to the prizes we pass out to winners of the different swine judging and showmanship events. 
 
Also, the show coordinator is Albert Jahnsen. I am the PR man and pass on the info. This show is held under the auspices of the Cuero Masonic Lodge. Again, thank you very much.
J.C. Hull
P.S. We still did not have the participation from Cuero as we hoped for.
Tue
28
Jan

Compassionate and professional care

 

Tue
28
Jan

Thanks for benefit

 

Dear Editor,
DJ Val would like to thank Aunt Di's Kountry Kitchen and their employees for hosting the benefit barbecue dinner on Sun., Jan 19.
 
Val would also like to thank all of the volunteers and the people who donated baked items for the bake sale.
 
 A special thanks goes out to Mr. and Mrs. Norvan Moore and all the volunteers that helped cook -- the benefit was a great success.
 
Thank you to the community who all came out to support Val and to enjoy the good food.
 
 Thank you and God Bless. 
DJ Val Mungia
Yorktown
Tue
21
Jan

Green DeWitt quilt winner announced

 

Dear Editor,
 
The Green DeWitt Community Club would like to thank everyone who participated in the quilt raffle recently held. Funds raised will be used to support the community center’s building renovation project. The winner of the quilt drawing was Alexis Mendenhall.
 
Also, a very special thank you is extended to club member Ann Hoffman who made the quilt and donated it to the club for the fundraising project.
 
Our community center is located just outside of Cuero off FM 236. It offers a country atmosphere with nice barbecue facilities. The building is available for rental. For more information contact Cheryl Scott at 361-277-5549.
 
Cheryl Scott
Cuero
Tue
21
Jan

Over 1,000 family members at bash

 

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