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Frau Meister's Mercantile Open House

Submitted bt Tex Wright

Open house and ribbon cutting was held Wednesday Sept 24 at the new FRAU MEISTER'S MERCANTILE located in the 700 block of Wallis, Downtown Santa Anna.

Frau Meister has a little bit of every thing from wearing apparel to children's toys. From Candies and Ice Cream to CD's.

There is even Willy Nelson's bottled water in ice so it is good and cold for a hot day.

Go by and see Frau Meister, visit a few minutes and look over the MANY different items she has in stock.

Pictured at the ribbon cutting are: L to R - Jean Findley; Shana Deleon hiding behind Billy Gay Abernathy; Tom Bell; Judy Meister cutting the ribbon; Rob Cheaney; and Shannon Enriquez, President of SARMA. Jack the Dog was present by not in the picture.

HOMECOMING 2008
Updated Schedule of Events

Wednesday, October 15:
Booster Club Tailgate Party @ 7:30 - Gym Parking Lot

Friday, October 17:
Parade sponsored by the Ex Student's Association @ 2:00 - Downtown
Pep Rally @ 2:30 - Football Field
Spaghetti Supper - Cost by donation @ 5:00 - First United Methodist Church - All Homecomers Welcome!
Pre-Game Recognition of Coming Home Queen/King, Ex-Student of the Year @ 7:00
Football Game @ 7:30
Halftime Show and SAHS Homecoming Queen announced at halftime

Saturday, October 18:
Ex Student's Association Annual Meeting:
Registration @ 9:00 - High School Lobby
Coffee, Juice, & Donuts @ 9:00 - Cafeteria
Business Meeting @ 10:00 - High School Auditorium

Booster Club Lunch @ 11:30 - Cafeteria

** Santa Anna Monthly Dance:
7:00-10:00 pm - Old Armory Building
$5.00 per person
"Burnin’ Daylight" Country Western Band Featuring:
Derwin Isham-Bass
Gene Williams-Lead
Jim Keeney-Steel Guitar
Wallace Reid-Rhythm
Paul Dominguez-Drummer
303 S. Houston Street
Gene Williams 254-445-4426
Wallace Reid 254-879-3882
*No Smoking & No Alcohol
*4-H will have a snack bar (all proceeds for snacks benefit the 4-H Club)

Send your class reunion information to news@santaannanews.com.

For more information about the Ex Students Association activities see SantaAnnaMountaineers.org or contact one of the officers: Betsy McIver, Tom Guthrie, James Curtis, or Ross Bradley.


Texas Country Reporter

This week's episode of Bob Phillip's Texas Country Reporter features Santa Anna's Charlotte Garrett.

Charlotte has been making one of a kind, custom made pieces of artwork jewelry out of old non-working pocket watches, vintage watches, belt buckles, salt and pepper shakers, vintage jewelry, vintage earrings, Victorian buckles, and anything else that she can see a creation in... See Char-Latte Creations website for more information and to see some of her amazing creations.

The show is on Abilene's Channel 12 ... KTXS 12 Abilene/Sweetwater, ABC 6:30 pm SAT... I am not sure if that means it will be on this Saturday or last Saturday. See here for other channels and a schedule: http://www.texascountryreporter.com/show_time.htm

The show airs several times this a week on RFD-TV Channel#379 on DirectTV... For an RFD-TV schedule see: http://www.rfdtv.com/schedule.asp?timezone=1


Friday Night Lights

The Zephyr Bulldogs took another big bite out of the Mountaineer's last Friday night in Santa Anna defeating the Mountaineers by a score of 54-6. I had as much trouble last week with my camera and computer as the Mountaineers did on the field against the dogs. Maybe this week will be a litte better for me and the Mountaineers!

2008 Santa Anna Varsity Mountaineers

Front Row L-R: #5 Chris Tate, #25 Fausto Maldonado, #8 Jordan Whaley,

Second Row: #3 Richard Ramsey, #72 Joe Guerrero, #12 Juan Suarez, #9 Jacob Zapata,

Back Row: #44 Frank Moreno, #6 Vance Rice, #20 Manny Dancy, #60 Michael Maldonado

The Mountaineers will take on the Blanket Tigers this Friday the 26th in Blanket.

Blanket, (3-0), is picked to finish in fourth place of Division I District 6 behind Strawn, Gordon, and May and ahead of Gustine and Rising Star by Dave Campbell's Texas Football Magazine. Said to be the players to watch are running back Brian Box and Center Chris Boykin ..

Blanket is ranked 33rd overall just one behind Zephyr and 25th in Division I by SixManFootball.com and Santa Anna moved up to 46th overall somehow and stayed at 33rd in Division I. The Tigers are favored by 12 points in this game.

Who they have played:
Beat Panther Creek 53-20.
Beat Eden 80-64.
Beat Rochelle 70-20.

Go Mountaineers! Skin a cat!

See ya at the game!


MILESTONE YEAR FOR TEXAS MIDWEST

Texas Midwest Community Network (TMCN) will celebrate 15 years of regionalism at the 15th Annual Texas Midwest Conference, Oct. 15, at the San Angelo Convention Center.

The conference brings community leaders together from more than 30 counties in the Abilene and San Angelo trade areas. City & county officials, economic development professionals and board members, chamber of commerce volunteers and student leaders are encouraged to attend to experience first hand how to help communities grow and prosper.

Community leaders receive information related to community development, tourism and economic development. Features of the annual conference include solution seminars, information exhibits, live entertainment, luncheon catered by Kenny Blanek’s Village Café and community awards.

Rick Rhodes is the featured speaker for the conference awards luncheon. Rhodes who was one of the founding fathers of TMCN while serving as mayor of Sweetwater is currently Assistant Commissioner for Rural Economic Development with the Texas Department of Agriculture.

State agencies participating in the Info Expo include Office of Rural Community Affairs (ORCA), Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA), Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Texas Parks and Wildlife and Texas Water Development Board (TWDB). Also participating are USDA, Lubbock SBA, TTU Small Business Development Center, Ag Workers Mutual, Big Country Area Health Education Center, Shannon Medical Center, Workforce Solutions of Concho Valley and Journal Communications.

For complete details on solution seminar topics and speakers offered at the conference go to the Texas Midwest website at TexasMidWest.org.

Pre-registration for the conference is $35, which covers all activities and the conference luncheon. Walk-in registration is $40. A discount for 5 or more from one community or organization is also available. For information call 325-795-8626 or e-mail tmcn@tmcn.org.

TMCN member cities include Abilene, Albany, Anson, Aspermont, Baird, Ballinger, Brady, Breckenridge, Bronte, Brownwood, Buffalo Gap, Cisco, Clyde, Coleman, Colorado City, Comanche, Cross Plains, De Leon, Dublin, Early, Eastland, Eden, Goldthwaite, Gorman, Hamilton, Hamlin, Haskell, Knox City, Merkel, Munday, Ranger, Rising Star, Robert Lee, Roscoe, Rotan, San Angelo, Santa Anna, Snyder, Stamford, Sweetwater, Throckmorton, Tye, and Winters.


My Dad - Dan Pelton

I told you a while back that my dad, Dan Pelton, had passed away. His service is under the direction of the Neptune Society and has been scheduled for Monday, September 22nd, at 11:00 in the Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery near Grand Prairie.

Cindy and I visited the cemetery this last weekend and it is beautiful and peaceful place.

Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery

On Thursday, August 14th he died at about 5:35 AM at the Trinity Mother Francis Hospital in Tyler.

He had battled pneumonia after falling and breaking his hip a couple of weeks before. He had gotten up late one night to go get a midnite snack of all things.

Born in December of 1931 to W.N. amd Pearl Elizabeth, Dad was 76. He was the youngest of six and was preceeded in death by his mother in 1983, his father in 1965, his sisters: Ethel, and Ruby, and his brothers: Melvin, Lester, and J.D. He graduated from Garland High School and was always proud of being a Garland Owl. He was in the Navy and a SeaBee stationed in Japan in the 50's. He was always proud to have served his country.

He and my mom had four children including Danna Smith who now lives in San Antonio, Chris who died at birth, myself, and my little sister Alys Ellis also of Santa Anna. He had six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

He worked as an executive for State Farm Insurance for over twenty years at one of their main offices on Preston Road in Dallas.

Shortly after we moved to Santa Anna with my mom and step-dad in 1975, he moved to The Last Frontier of Brewster County where he raised Quarter horses for Sheriff Jack McDaniel on his ranch in Alpine and South of Marathon near a place called Hell's Half-Acre. One of the last great sheriff's of Texas, Sheriff Jack was featured along with long time Coleman County Sheriff H. F. Fenton a few years ago in an issue of Texas Monthly magazine. Dad was always proud that he had worked for Sheriff Jack.

Dad married his high school sweet heart, Marian, while in Alpine and they moved back to Garland and later to Canton and would have celebrated twenty five years of marriage at the end of August.

See a complete obituary here: http://www.thegarlandnews.com/obits.cfm?article=7537

Please pray for me and my family as we deal with our loss.

Dad, I'll see you and Grandma in Heaven because I know you are there with her now.


Friday Night Lights

Let's hope the lights will shine on the Mountaineer's this Friday as they take on the 1-2 Zephyr Bulldogs in Santa Anna.

2008 Santa Anna Varsity Mountaineers

Front Row L-R: #5 Chris Tate, #25 Fausto Maldonado, #8 Jordan Whaley,

Second Row: #3 Richard Ramsey, #72 Joe Guerrero, #12 Juan Suarez, #9 Jacob Zapata,

Back Row: #44 Frank Moreno, #6 Vance Rice, #20 Manny Dancy, #60 Michael Maldonado

Zephyr is picked to finish in first place of Division II District 13 ahead of Paint Rock, Lohn, Cherokee, Panther Creek, and Brookesmith by Dave Campbell's Texas Football Magazine. Said to be the player to watch is Jason Hughes "who did it all last season"...

Zephyr is ranked 37th overall and 8th in Division II by SixManFootball.com and Santa Anna fell to 55th overall and dropped to 33rd in Division I. The Bulldogs are favored by 17 points in this game.

Who they have played:
Beat Rochelle 60-15.
Lost to Lometa 44-33.
Lost to Strawn 62-14.

Go Mountaineers! Get a Dawg!

See ya at the game!


Tigers Bite Mountaineers

In last Friday's football action the May Tigers took a big bite out of the Mountaineers defeating the Mountaineers by a score of 68-20. The Tigers were picked to win by 42 and it looked like the Mountaineers would match them on scoring only to lose their momentum early in the game. The Mountaineers showed a lot of character by staying after the Tigers and I think they will make a team this year with a lot of leadership from older players and good coaching.

My picture taking looked like some of the tackling but I was still able to take a few usable shots. I have been having some trouble with my camera and I think it is the user. Check them out on the Sports page album for the game.

Santa Anna Mountaineer s block the first extra points in the game

Santa Anna Mountaineer #12 Juan Suarez on the tackle also shown are #6 Vance Rice, #8 Jordan Whaley, and #5 Chris Tate

Santa Anna Mountaineer #8 Jordan Whaley, #25 Fausto Maldonado, #60 Michael Maldonado, and #3 Richard Ramsey


COUNTY-WIDE PRAYER & PRAISE MEETING

This month's COLEMAN COUNTY, "COUNTY-WIDE PRAYER & PRAISE MEETING" will be held on Thursday, September 18th, from 7:00 to 8:00pm, hosted by Pastor Jerry Chastain of the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Santa Anna, north of Highway 84 (67) on CR 106, just east of the Texas Ranger Hotel on the east side of Santa Anna Mountain.

Seventh Day Adventist Church

Bring friends and family to pray for our County and Communities, and to sing praise to our wonderful Lord who hears and answers prayer! All are invited to stay for fellowship and light refreshments in the social hall after the service.

2008 Fall Fling Festival

Santa Anna Retail Merchants Assoc.
Proudly Presents its
2008 Fall Fling Festival
With

Extended Shopping throughout our
Historic and unique community
Texas Wine Tasting
A Fun Poker Run
Food
&Fun

Saturday, September 27th


Santa Anna 4-H Club to Hold Year's First Meeting

Submitted by: Sherry McMillan

The Santa Anna 4-H Club wants to invite anyone interested in being in 4-H this year to come to our first meeting at the Santa Anna armory on Wednesday September 17th at 5:30 pm.

We will be signing our green forms for the 2008-2009 year.So if you plan on being in 4-H please come to this meeting. We would love to see the parents there to support the 4-H club.

If you have any questions call Todd or Sherry @ 348-3559 or cell number 325-726-9731.

Hope to see you there!


EDC Considers Depot Purchase for Museum and Visitor’s Center

Submitted by: Judy Meister

The Santa Anna Economic Development Corporation met for a special meeting on Thursday, September 11th to discuss the possibility of purchasing back the town’s old train station.

The SAEDC has proposed the purchase in order to move the station downtown Santa Anna so that it may encompass a Museum and Visitor’s Center. Considerations for the project included the purchase of the building from current owner Clint McEwin of Santa Anna, cost of moving the station and renovation.

Old Picture of Santa Fe Depot in Santa Anna

The group also decided to begin research in acquiring available grants that could help alleviate some of the expenditures incurred for this type of project.

The Santa Fe Depot was closed in 1969, servicing the community for more than 80 years. It was described by some as the hub of the community. At a time when traveling distances by train was most prevalent, people would gather at the depot anticipating the arrival or departure of the huge iron convoy of passenger and box cars.

The SAEDC feels that by obtaining, restoring and furnishing the building with cherished historical artifacts, it will benefit the community as well as travelers passing through and serve fondly as a reminder of those times gone by.


Friday Night Lights

Well after a week off it seems like the start of another season this Friday.

The Mountaineers will face their former district foe, the May Tigers in May.

May is picked to finish in third place of Division I District 10 behind Strawn and Gordon and ahead of Blanket, Gustine, and Rising Star by Dave Campbell's Texas Football Magazine. Said to be players to watch are running back Nathan Howard, 2007 Second Team All-State Utility Player and linebacker Timothy Turner also a Second Team All-State pick for Corner Back.

May is ranked 28thth overall and 19th in Division I by SixManFootball.com and Santa Anna fell to 43rd overall and stayed 29th in Division I.

Who they have played:
Beat Rochelle 48-0.
Beat Woodson 50-42.

Former Santa Anna Coach Craig Steele's Tigers are picked by 42 so the Mountaineers are going to need a lot of support.

See ya at the game!


Rain

Tex Wright reported 2.45 inches of rain.

I poured out 2.5 out of my Coleman County Telephone Coop gauge, I think it may have a hole in it or the tree is growing over it with all this rain...

I poured over 3 out of my Santa Anna National Bank gauge... it could be Rob adding some to my gauge trying to make me feel better!

I had over three inches of water in my backyard when I went out to feed the dog late Monday...

Grandpa Robinett had .7 Monday and 2.2 Tuesday for a total of 2.9 inches in his John Deere gauge next to Grandma's John Deere green windmill.


More Neighbors in Rockwood

Terry Thompson, former Bluecat - now Eagle trying to earn his wings, told me at work Thursday that I forgot to take any pictures of the Rockwood Community Center. Terry is one of those Estes's and they used to have their reunions at Rockwood.

I saw the sign and was going to try and run by there but the Sheriff of Rockwood, John Gregg, had already pulled me over for questioning of suspicious behavior, so I thought I better get out of town!

Oh, and by the way congratulations to Terry and Jennifer... they have a new little boy named Walt to add to their family. See pictures of little Walt at Terry's CentexPhotos.com.

Neighbors in Rockwood

I remember when I was in school there wasn't anyone from Rockwood in any of the classes around me except maybe Archie Estes. The Rutherford girls were all older than me and the Hernandez boys were all younger.

I certainly might be forgetting somebody but hey that was a long time ago!

This really started last Saturday when I had an important letter to send in a hurry and that required a tracking number. Normally I send mail from the Goldthwaite Post Office because I can run by their during their business hours during the week but with the Labor Day Holiday on Monday I knew that I would have to find something a little closer to home.

Little did I know, but certainly found out, when I called the Santa Anna Post Office that the Santa Anna, Coleman, Bangs, and Brownwood Post Offices are all closed on Saturdays.

"You might try Rockwood, Gouldbusk, or Burkett..." I was told.

US Post Office - Rockwood TX 76873

A phone call and a quick trip to Rockwood later I was met by the friendly face of the Rockwood Postmaster, Cathy Ellis. I used to work for her husband, Jerry, when he was the manager of Coleman County Broadcasting. I had also worked in the oil field with Jerry's dad and her father-in-law, Cecil, what seems like forever ago.

She informed me that they were open from 9:30-11:30AM on Saturdays and that the Gouldbusk Post Office is open from 8:30-10:30AM on Saturdays.

If you need something special mailed on Saturday, or just want to get out of town, head South on the US 377, also known as the Brady highway, for the twenty miles or so to Rockwood.

Turn East on the road known as Santa Anna Street just past the Rockwood Cemetery and then just past a few places of business from a time long ago take a left and head East on Polk and the US Post Office is just a few hundred feet on the right.

Be sure and tell them that SantaAnnaNews.com sent you and take a look at some of these other Rockwood places!

Rockwood Baptist Church

I think this used to be the Post Office in Rockwood..

Old store

Another old store

Another old store with some long pointed rafter tails


Five Santa Anna Foundation Ex-Students
Scholarships of $500 Each Awarded to
College-Bound Mountaineers

The Board of Directors of The Santa Anna Foundation announces that five checks for $500 each were delivered to Colleges and Technical Schools this week in the names of five 2008 Santa Anna High School graduates. These ambitious students are pursuing a wide spectrum of post-secondary education goals. Santa Anna Foundation Ex-Student Scholarships continue to help today¹s students become leaders of tomorrow.
This year’s recipients are:
Jonathan Dean, Texas State Technical College, Automotive Technology
Becca Fellers, Angelo State University, Nursing
Sierra Herrod Jones, Texas Tech University, Nursing
Jarod Jones, Texas Tech University, Pre-Med
Jessica Ramirez, Cisco Junior College, Nursing

Applications for the scholarships each year are evaluated by the officers of the Santa Anna Ex-Students Association. This year’s officers are Betsy Jones - President, Tom Guthrie - 1st Vice President, James Curtis - Second Vice President, and Ross Bradley - Secretary-Treasurer.

The Santa Anna Ex-Students Association has long served Mountaineers and former Mountaineers alike, sponsoring one of Texas’ longest running annual Homecomings since 1953. It began giving scholarships to SAHS graduates about ten years ago and has awarded over $10,000 to Mountaineer grads. The Santa Anna Foundation was established in 1994 to make charitable grants to community projects—most notably our civic center and city park-- as well as to give scholarships to graduates from Panther Creek, Santa Anna, and CAP High schools. Since 1994 the Foundation has also awarded more than $10,000 to local students. It is a natural fit for the two groups to unite in their efforts to support the growth and prosperity of our community and its youth.

As a 501(c)(3) organization, Santa Anna Foundation is an independent public charity, qualifying all donations for the maximum deduction for charitable contributions under IRS Regulations. Foundations like The Santa Anna Foundation enable donors to set up a charitable fund that supports specific causes they care about. If you want to make a gift as a memorial in the name of a deceased Mountaineer, or if your class wants to make a special scholarship; if you want to set up a family endowment, or if you are thinking about having the work you have done here go on after you, please contact the Foundation at PO Box 3, Santa Anna Texas 76878.


Coleman County Historical Commission Reminder

Ralph Terry will present the history of the City of Coleman at this month's meeting of the Coleman County Historical Commission.

Visitors are welcome and Ralph has said he will have some copies of his book for those who didn't order in advance.

The meeting will be at Heritage Hall on 400 College in Coleman this Thursday, September 4th starting with refreshments about 6:30PM and the program about 7:00PM


Mountaineers defeat the Eagles

The Santa Anna Mountaineers defeated the Sterling City Eagles 34-28 in Friday night football action at Mountaineer Stadium.

The new lights were bright as the Mountaineers rolled over the Eagles in the second half. The Mountaineers kept it close at the half with a two point lead and a score of 14-12.

The Mountaineers had pulled ahead of the Eagles by twenty-two points with 9:54 left in the fourth quarter when the Eagles mounted a comeback. But the Mountaineers prevailed to finish the game with win for new Head Coach Brock Ramsey.

I had to work late which made me late for the game which was tied 6-6 when I got there. I still managed to take 175 pictures most of which are not that good but they can be found in an album on the Sports Page

Santa Anna Mountaineer #25 Fausto Maldonado carrying the ball against the Sterling City Eagles in Friday night football action. Also pictured are Mountaineers #12 Juan Suarez, and #60 Michael Maldonado.

Santa Anna Mountaineer #8 Jordan Whaley carrying the ball for the Mountaineers against the Sterling City Eagles. Also pictured are Mountaineers #14 Dylan Sellars, and #3 Richard Ramsey.

Here are the game stats:

Final Score: Santa Anna 34 Sterling City 28

GAME TOTALS FOR SANTA ANNA V STERLING CITY

RUSHING
FAUSTO MALDONADO 8 CARRIES 6 YARDS
MANNY DANCY 4 CARRIES 39 YARDS 1 TD
JORDAN WHALEY 11 CARRIES 76 YARDS 2 TD
JUAN SUAREZ 2 CARRIES 9 YARDS
RICHARD RAMSEY 1 CARRY 0 YARDS
118 TOTAL RUSHING YARDS

PASSING
JORDAN WHALEY 4-5 12 YDS
FAUSTO MALDONADO 3-3 10 YDS
MANNY DANCY 3-4 46 YDS 1 TD
RICHARD RAMSEY 0-1

RECEIVING
FAUSTO MALDONADO 4 FOR 17 YDS
JORDAN WHALEY 2 FOR 41 YDS 1 TOUCHDOWN
MIKE MALDONADO 1 FOR 2 YDS
VANCE RICE 1 FOR 2 YDS
JACOB ZAPATA 1 FOR 6 YDS
68 TOTAL RECEIVING YDS

GAME TOTALS FOR SC
RUSHING
19 CARRIES FOR 182 YDS 2 TDS
JUSTIN NEWSOME 7 CARRIES FOR 43 YDS 1 TD
HUNTER HUGHES 1 CARRY FOR 0 YDS
RUSHING 225 TOTAL


PASSING
TATE HORWOOD 3-8 2 INTERCEPTIONS 44 YARDS
KOBI WRIGHT 3-3 1 TOUCHDOWN 85 YARDS

RECEIVING
OSCAR GALAVIZ 2 RECEPTIONS 16 YDS
MASON LONG 2 RECEPTIONS 85 YDS 1 TOUCHDOWN
KOBI WRIGHT 1 RECEPTION 28 YDS
129 TOTAL RECEIVING YDS


INTERCEPTIONS FOR SA
VANCE RICE
JORDAN WHALEY

FUMBLE RECOVERIES FOR SA
MIKE MALDONADO
MANNY DANCY

SCORING SUMMARY
KICKOFF RETURN MANNY DANCY 60 YDS PAT NO GOOD 9:46 1ST
JUSTIN NEWSOME 6 YD RUN PAT NO GOOD 5:57 1ST
KOBI WRIGHT TO MASON LONG 71 YDS 7:12 2ND PAT NO GOOD
JORDAN WHALEY 42 YARD RUN PAT GOOD JACOB ZAPATA 2:10 2ND
MANNY DANCY 27 YD RUN 7:30 3RD PAT NO GOOD
MANNY DANCY PASS TO JORDAN WHALEY 37 YD 3:35 3RD PAT GOOD JACOB ZAPATA
JORDAN WHALEY 14 YD RUN 9:54 4TH PAT NO GOOD
ABEL RIVAS 38 YD RUN TD 7:40 4TH PAT NO GOOD
ABEL RIVAS 25 YD RUN 4:17 4TH PAT NO GOOD

SCORE BY QTRS
SA SC
1ST 6 6
2ND 8 6
3RD 14 0
4TH 6 14 FINAL 34 26


Sunkissed Tanning Salon

Time to start working on that tan!

Sunkissed Tanning Salon @ 302 S. 5th and Avenue C, right south of the Presbyterian Church. Contact Amber at 325-636-3973 or 325-357-4515 to get started.

*All new bulbs
*$27 per month
*Refer a friend as a new customer and get $5 off your next month!
*Couples discount--$50 per month
*Off-season special rate--September 1 thru January 31--tan for only $20 per month!


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