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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 April 1976

PAGE 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHV1LLE, TEXAS78957 Thursday. April 8. 19"6 Smithville Garden Club Hosts Spring Show The Smitnville Garden the home of Mr. and Mrs. Club will hold their Spring Lawrence Skelley. The home Flower Placement Show in at 401 Main St.. is the old Jamboree Youth Parade To Be Held April 22 Smithville - The Jambo- ree Youth Parade will be held on April 22 at 5:0C pm. and will utilize the theme "A Look Into America's Past." T Categories for the parade will be divided as follows: 1-Float or vehicle 2-Individual 3-Couples or groups 1st. 2nd, and 3rd place ribbons will be awarded the winners in each category. In addition. an overall parade entry winner will be selected. Entry forms can be picked up at the schools in Smithville. In conjunction with the Jamboree, Barbara Hancock, chairperson for the Arts and Crafts Committee, has asked that entry forms be in before April 12. mm SHUGART COUPON Wessels-Hannath Supermarket 1301-Third Street Mon. April 19 9 WALLET SI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 April 1976

Thursday. April 8. 197t> THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SM1THV1LLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 5 Spring Festival Frerich Appointed Chairman Erlene Gocrtz ROCKNE-Alvin Frerich was appointed chairman of the Annual Sacred Heart Parish Spring Festival, to be held on the parish grounds Sunday, May 30. Frerich and his co-chairman Tommy Osborn were ap- pointed at a special parish meeting held Tuesday even- ing in Sacred Heart School. Alvin Frerich presided at the meeting and Mrs. Vernon Bartsch served as secretary. Father Leonard Leddy and approximately eighty parishioners attend- ed. Tickets for the supper to be served from 5 to 7:30 p.m. will sell for S2.50 for adults and $1.25 for children under 12. The menu will Kirtley News Mrs W R Urner RAINFALL Kirtley had about 4.4 inches of rainfall Sunday and Sunday night. Air meeting uf the Mary Rebekah Lodge and the visit of Sister Zora Peddicord, President of the Rebekah Assembly of Texas for the coming year. This was the president's visit to District 58....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 April 1976

PAGE 6 Southwest Texas State University THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMTTHVILLE. TEXAS ^8957 Thursday. Apnl 8, 19"t> Students Receive Honors SAN MARCOS- Eleven Bastrop County residents were among the 3.400 Southwest Texas State Uni- versity students whose grades earned them places on the fall semester Dean's Honor and Superior Honor Lists. Placement on the reg- ular honors list requires that a student be enrolled for a minimun of 12 semester hours of course work, ex- cluding physical education activities, and that at least an overall "B" average is achieved. Monday April 19 KMC sin Foe omt Kodak paper. For a Cood Look at the Timei Your Life GROUPS imu oat ii net u« im hkh> l'-}c SHUGART citiom PHOTOS Wessels-Hannath Supermarket 1301-Third Street About Our 8 x 10 OFFER The top academic listing, the Superior Dean's Honor List, requires grades of "A" in at least 12 of the required 15-hours of course work, and no lower than a "B" in the other three-hour course. Inclusion on the super...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 April 1976

Thursda* Aoril A 1<T76 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 PAGE 7 to Softball Judgement Pending On Protest Times Photo AMERICANISM — The Smithville VFW Post 1309 Auxiliary presented miniature American flags to the Central School Brownies and Cub Scouts recentlv. Left to right: Ann Bruner. Shirley Wesson. Brownie leaders; The 1 ma Davison. VFW Auxiliary President; Gene Sampson. Cub Scout leader; Agnes Crawford. VFW Americanism Chairperson; and Bud Ray. Principal of Central School. School Presented Flags SMrTHVlLLE-As part of their Bicentennial Ameri- canism Project. Mrs. Agness Crawford, VFW Auxiliary Americanism Chairperson, and Mrs. Theima Davison. President of the Smithville Chapter of the VFW Auxi- liary. presented miniature American Flags to the Brownies and Cub Scouts at Central Elementary School. The theme for the Americanism Project is an effort to teach children re- spect and honir for the American Flag and the coun- try it represents. On behalf of the Brown...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 April 1976

PAOiie M——■I THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Open Sunday Thursday, April 8, 1976 P Open Mon -Sat 8 30a m to 7 OOp Sunday 9 00 am to 7:00 o.n Specials For April 8-14 ERMAR *QUPIIM GROW* ^ Coffee cofffee 5Vi oz. PeterPaul 10 oz. Folgers Everyday Low Price 18 oz. 3-Min. -WSWlMM" 20 oz. 3-Min. Palmolive S~\ Liquid Flour Cookies - 3/$1 of Meyer's E/gin Sausage cooked in the store on Friday and Saturday, April 9—10. 303 Can Stokely Corn 3/$1 303 Can Stokely Cut Wax Beans V$1 6/2 oz. Bumble Bee Chunk Tuna 59c 17.5 oz.Gladiola Pound Cake Mix 590 18'/2 oz. Duncan Hines Cake Mixes I I margarine 1 # Imperial Margarine | 8 oz. Breck Lotion $1.49|Long & Silky 99(|Clean Rinse || 990 j $1.59 Value I I Miss Clairol Shampoo 15 oz. Breck $2.59Value IS m , " 8 oz. Breck B y fl $1.99 Value S I Hair Color"-"$1.79Shampoo $1.49j ||Hair Spray 990| mram POTATOES 1# Taste O' Sea T-Bone Steaks S1M5 «: M.19 tiS Sausage ~ M i ONIONS 2 - 29' Rathl2oz. Hickory Smoked Bacon 89' em/**£d Zi Gal...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 April 1976

Thursday. April 8, 1976 THE B ASTROP COUNTY TTMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS MAIL CARRIER -- Klara Lorenz, resident at the Towers Nursing Home, writes the Towers Talk" for the TIMES and also distributes all of the mail at the Towers every morning. OCTOGENARIAN STILL SEWS -- John Phillips, who will be 82 in August, sews pieces for lap throws which will be sold at their Jamboree booth. f.S Jfc ' jjjhf *P,.) tfe \r% * % \ I LIKE TO SEW" -- Myra Kelley emphatically remarked that she still likes to sew although she says her fingers are just getting stiff. t "Still Sewing At 80" PAGE V *"■* by Richard Morce To be 80 years old does not mean to be inactive. This is what Mr. John Phillips, who resides at the Towers Nursing Home in Smithville told me recently. Mr. Phillips is one of four individuals whom I recently met at the Towers Nursing Home in Smithville. John Phillips. Klara Lorenz Fannie Dornak, and Myra Kelley were busy sewing on lap throws which are to be sold in the Towers booth at the Smit...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 April 1976

PAGE 10 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES SMJTHVILLE. TEXAS "W5? THurscLiv April CB Radios Aid In Emergencies ICA NEWS ICA President Requests Congressional Support By Erlene Goertz The Independent Cattle- men's Association is a tax- exempt corporation and, therefore, does not partici- pate as an Association in political campaigns and or the endorsement of candi- dates for political office. ICA members should individually be concerned about who is going to serve in government and should exercise their rights as Americans to support and vote for the candidates of their choice. However, ~ \ members and officers should use care not to let their personal positions be interpreted as an Association position, thereby jeopardizing the tax- exempt status of ICA. Members should certainly feel free to ask the candi- dates what their views are on any legislation or issues which are important to the cattle industry and to ICA. In doing so. members should remember that they are acting as a private citizen ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 April 1976

Thursday April 8. I^b THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 PAGE 11 BASTROP COUNTY TIMES CLASSIFIED. V COUNTY WIDE COVERAGE.... Call Georgia Ziats At 237-2461 You Can Sell It QUICKLY and INEXPENSIVELY!!! TODAY! For Sale MUST SELL: *74 VW, Super Beetle,. Air Conditioned.. AM-EM tape, new tires, heater, rear defroster. S2600.0G Call 321-3117 or 321- 3619. l4-2tc FOR SALE: Ford two row planter. 12ft. chisel plow, y* H.P. Jet pump with 40 aai storage tank. Call 23 -3835 Smithville 14-tfc FOR SALENew and used butane systems. Phone 23~r-252I. tf FOB SALE: Fence Pbsts. Cedar. Ail sizes. Pine- crest Forms. Route 2. Box 259 D. Bastrop. 23^-2819. SINGER SEWING and Vacuum center, repair service. New and used sewing machines and vacuum cleaners. Authorized Singer Dealer. 1108 East Travis. LaG range. Texas. 713 %8-5923. Hav -SI.00 Fire Wfood-^SIO Supptv 2J*-2402. LIFETIMECham f ink Fences. Complete and installed. Free es- timates. Builders Co. Phone P.O. Box 509. Smithville. Texas "3...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 April 1976

PAGE 12 THE BASTROP CuUNTY flMES, SMITHV1LLE, TEXAS 78957 Thursday, April 8, 1976 Bells To Toll For 200th Anniversary Denver, Colorado- A simultaneous, nationwide ringing of bells on July 4th will herald the country's entrance into its third centurv. Communities. churches, schools, fire departments, universities, and individuals will toll bells and carillons in conjunction with the ring- ing of the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia at 2:00 p.m. (EDT). The time selected is exactly 200 years from the precise moment that the Liberty Bell proclaimed the independence of the new nation. John W. Warner. Admin- istrator of the American Rev- olution Bicentennial Admin- istration (ARBA), announced the nationwide bell nnging program after consultations with community. state and regional Bicentennial officials at a special Bicen- tennial Weekend planning meeting held in Denver, Colorado. "There is great interest across the land in a symbolic- national effort to commem- orate our 200th anniversary an...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 April 1976

Etc Friday, April 9 through Thursday, April 15 Supplement to the Bastrop County Times, the LaGrange Journal, and the Round Rock Leader FRIDAY TELEVISION friday COPYRIGHT 1978, T V. DATA, INC. APRIL •, 1076 ■V1NINQ Timothy Bottoms atari as Ihe youno David in "Tho Slory ol David, a tour-hour ABC apacial beginning Friday and concluding Sunday DAYTIME TELEVISION Monday through Friday MORNINQ 1:10 Q COMEDY CAPERS 0 CARTOON CORNIR t;)SQ TOWN AND COUNTRY MO Q TAKE POUR 1:41(3 NEWS 0 CLASSROOM MS O ADELANTE ▼ >00 Q TODAY 0 O CBS NEW* Q EDUCATIONAL PROQRAMMINO 0 q) 0000 morning, AMERICA 7:30 0 BOOKENDS (Mow., Prl.) Q BULLETIN BOARD 7 (Tues., Thurs ) 0 IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST (Wad.) Q SESAME STRUT 1:00 Q Q CAPTAIN KANOAROO IM(Q EDUC. PROGRAMS 1:00 Q flj CELEBRITY SWEIPSTAKBS Q O PRICE IB RIGHT 0 © MIKE DOUGLAS SiSO Q HIGH ROLLERS Q3 DINAHI OtOO Q WHEEL OP FORTUNE 0 PORMBY'B WORKSHOP (Monday) Q TO TBLL THE TRUTH 0 GAMBIT liBiBB 0 © HOLLYWOOO SQUARES 0 o *-OVB OP LIPI (D © HAPPY DAYS IOiM Q C...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 April 1976

rr r/Hic a li SATURDAY TELEVISION APRIL 10, 1978 MORNING 6:30 Q ACROSS THE FENCE 1^ COMEDY CAPERS 7*0 0 Q3 EMERGENCY PLUS 4 g Q PEBBLES AND BAMM BAMM Q SESAME STREET 0 QD honq konq PHOOEY 7 Q gg J09IE AND THE PUSSYCATS 0 Q BUGS BUNNY HOUR 0 gj) TOM AND JERRY •*o© ID WALDO kitty Q ELECTRIC CO. I«g §0 PINK PANTHER Q Q SCOOBY DOO Q MISTER ROGERS © 2) Q'l-LIOAN IMQ(Q LAND OF THE LOST 0 Q SHAZAM/ISIS O SESAME STREET 0 SUPERFRIENDS •: 0 ED RUN' Joe RUN l«MQ Q3 PLANET OF THE APES 0 FAR OUT SPACE NUTS 0 UNCLE JAY ELECTRIC COMPANY SPEED BUGGY 1M«0 © WEST WIND 0 GHOST BUSTERS Q BIG BLUE MARBLE Q MISTER ROGERS 0 © 000 BALL COUPLI 11*00 © THK jrr®oM' 0 O VALLEY OF THE DINOSAURS SCARRABCOLINDAB © THE LOST BAUCtR 11:100 |0 GO, USA. 0 O FAT ALBCRT 8 CINEMA SHOWCASE S) AMEN. BANDSTAND AFTERNOON 11*0 0 TV 4 JOBS 0 CBS CHILDREN'S FILM FESTIVAL "Nunu and The Zebra" A South African boy becomes separated from his father In Ihe African bush, but finds a Irlend In a lone rebrs who leads Ihe boy to food an...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 April 1976

•u — i IS) J 4J (4 30 ° •£ >, Q. s s a .s § W ^ « r= 4> ^ S5fiIiE ttstt^i « £ £ < 2 ^ > $ V «, v -i" T V. PAGE 3 SUNDAY TELEVISION APRIL 11, 1976 MORNING 6:30 q music and the 8poken word 740 0 vegetable soup q consultation 0 hour of power © cartoon corner 7:15 0 8acred heart 0 social security 740 q meet the professor 0 the human dimension 0 day of discovery q social security © voice of victory 7:48 q medscope 0400 day of discovery 0 u.s. of archie 0 rex humbard q usa: people and politic8 ID baptist church © this is the life ffl vegetable soup 1:10 O at your service 0 g harlem globetrotters q behind the lines 0 oral robert8 © james robison §0 gospel hour 0400 palm sunday spccial "The Seeds" Hugh Downs explores the beginnings of the Christian Church front the destruction of Pompeii to the reign of Pope Gregory the Great (R) 0 los ninos 0 oral roberts q woman 0 rex humbard © people • :30 0 tv forum 0 community church q consumer survival kit © groovie goolies © the johnny fr...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 April 1976

e: ft . a. X o PAGE 4 TUESDAY TELEVISION IWNINa APRIL 11. im DAYTIME SPECIAL 4MQ © NBC SPECIAL TMAT "The Phantom Rebel A pair ol youngsters bring a Philadelphia cobbler informa- tion that will help the colo- nial* in their tight against the British •ioooOOOS) © NEWS Q CARRABCOLENOAS l:N0 NAM! THAT TUNE Q AMERICA STHIB WIIK CONCENTRATION © MWITCHID © ADAM-11 TOO© © MOVIN' ON ' General Delivery, Raleigh Artei Sonny and Will * truck m repossessed and auctioned oft, they challenge the new owner« to a winner lake alt race to gel the rig back (R) q q here comes peter cottontail An animated special which relate* how Peter tall* to deliver more Ettler egg* than the evil Irontail, but is saved trom disgrace by Mr Sassa- Ira** and hi* time machine © © HAPPY DAYS "Richie Fights Back" Rlchl# Cunningham takes some ad- vice on sell defense trom hi* pal Fonjie alter two thug* pick on him at Arnold'!, the teenage hangout (R) © LAWN * GARDEN 7 J 7 © © BICENTENNIAL MINUTES 7:10 Q CONSUMER SURVIVAL KI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 April 1976

JAMBOREE % APRIL 21-22-23-24 VOL. 85, NO. 16 tfi.crofi.ln bsnter, Inc. P. 0. Box 45436 Dollys, Texas 75235 SERVING SMITH VILLE, PA STROP, ELGIN ami ALL BASTROP COUNTY THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. APRIL 15. 1976 TIMES Forum Sheriff Candidates Air Views THE COUNTY -Last Thursday evening saw the Bastrop County Courthouse a busy place. The reason for all the activity was the Sher- iffs Forum sponsored by the TIMES. Although the crowd was small, those present certain- ly presented enthusiasm and interest. The vocal enthusiasm was a mutual bond between the candidates and the audience, as both audience and candidates interacted continually throughout the question and answer session. TIMES Managing Editor Paul M. Prentiss opened the Forum by welcoming the candidates and all citizens present. Prentiss expressed to those present his appreci- ation for taking time out from busy schedules to come and participate in the Forum. He commented to the audience and candi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 April 1976

PAGE 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 7895'' THURSDAY. APRIL IS. iy* Upinii inions Something To Hide? With new city and school board ^Ticials taking office all over the country, this seems a filling time for brief con- sideration of what has become a troublesome subject to some of these governing boards--the open meetings act,and the use of executive session. Ask nearly anyone on the street in Bastrop County and tbiey will almost invariably tell you, "because they have soinething to hide."Perhaps this is even the reason some of the members of these governing bodies would give for th£ use of executive session. 'This newspaper couldn't disagree mor. Executive session necessary and proper procedure, in cases where irity, real estate, litigation, or personnel are to be Jt with. lut in every one of these cases, the use of executive k|fe$sion is not intended to spare the governing body em- jbfcrassment, but to spare the person appearing before the board or to avoid putting th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 April 1976

THURSDAY APRIL 15. l<Tb THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMTTHVLLLE. TEXAS ^8«5 PAGE 3 Elgin Council Considers Contracts After postponing the anon of various contracts swearing tn of the new coon- entered into by the city. cii members until Friday. April 9. the Elgin City Coun- Contracts between the city cil devoted its regular meet- ing principally to consider- see From Page 1 Smith. Chairman: Scheler. Nelson Times Photo MAYOR SWORN IN—Smithville's fmmei Mayor, Albert Crawford, swore in Lawrence §keiley Monday night. SkeQey was elected Mayor in the April 3 election. Times Photo CITY COUNCIL WELCOME—former Mayor Albert Crawford (R) welcomes new City Council Members Nelson Scheler (1). Robert Smith (incumbent) and Hal Wallace to their Council seats. In addition to the above committees. Mayor Skelley appointed an aeronautical citizens committee with LA. Row. Floyd Hyson, and Howard Burns to serve on the committee. In regular Board action, the council canvassed the recent election votes an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 April 1976

PAGE 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. APRIL 15, 1976 Kirtley News Mrs. W R Urner RAINFALL Mr. and Mrs. Pate Gadd Rainfall at Kirtley varied and daughter LaFaye of from .6 of to inch to about Smithville spent the after- 1.5 inches in different parts noon with their mother Mrs. of the community during the Grover Gadd past week Mr. Tommy Seargeant Billy J. Richards and of Austin and Miss Marion daughter Rebecca of Fort Beth Richards of San Worth spent the past week- Antonio spent the past week- end with his daughter Mrs. end with their parents Mr. Billy Richards. and Mrs. Gilbert Richards. Oscar Carlson had dinner Mrs. Ella Cox of Smithville last Wednesday and visited and Mr. and Mrs. Olan for awhile with Mr. and Mrs. McCain of Clute visited W.R. Urner. Mrs. Billy Richards last Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thursday afternoon. Richards of San Antonio Genc Ray Cellar of Hou- spent the past weekend ston sP«nt the Past weekend with their parents Mr. and i*1 home of his ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 April 1976

THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1976 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGES |of ed val I on in the ier- ns. dar for om Prize Blooms Exhibited In the Horticultural Divi- sion, awars of merit went to Mrs. Jona Fleming, Mrs. Lynn Huckaby, Mrs. C.C. Moore, and Mrs. Roy Edney. Both Arbor 1 award and Sweepstakes award went to Mrs. Ken Blaschke. The Club award was given to Mrs. Vernon Evans for her many entries in past flower shows and especially for her lovely beige and brown Bearded Iris in this show. Awards of merit were wor for outstanding specimens of plants Blue ribbons were given to Mrs. Floyd Hyson, Walter Bunte, H.R. Callahan rs. R.C. Loper, Mrs. Johnny Pittmar Mrs. Earl Zirkle, Mrs. William Breeden, Elberta Schutz, and Mrs. H.R. Tidewell. A section of the home was given to Educational Exhi- JM ' I r* bits. The Brownies and Junior Scouts made posters pertaining to ecology, hanging baskets, and ter- rariums. Renie Burns' Eoster won first place, eth Wesson won first place in th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 April 1976

PAOfc t> THE BASTROP COCNTT TIMES S*>UTHMLLE TEXAS "W6" THt*SDAt 15. D*Tt I i t "1 I I I « ! A I * I .d' Open i Sunday r- I | • I-i ■ d*,f •5«ii | <M | -Oiql *.1 I | t<r a A Specials For April 15-21 303 Can Rosedale Cut Green Beans 4/89Q ERMAR 18 oz. Baao fij 303 Can Rosedale ICorn I I 303 Can Rosedale •Peas Whole Kernel or Cream Style Grape Jelly 590 Peanut Butter 890 18 oz. Baaa | 300 Stokely Cut I 1 {Asparagus | 8 oz. Stokely iTomato Sauce 6/S1 I 2 oz. Gladiola Pouch Instant Potatoes r 9 oz. Jiffy jCake Mixes -* 12 oz. Rath All Meat or Beef W ieners 8 oz. Rath Minute Links ^12 oz. Rath Bologna, Salami or Lunch Meat 3# Rath HickorySmoked Canned Hams (Jlath' or Decker SPicnic Hams ',oun<, I ► 1# Hormel Wranglers B 1# Hormel Slab-Sliced jfliiBacon j I ^QDUCfc |' ONIONS w>" 2 - 39' j BANANAS 2-49* j SPUDS S: '1.19 ! LETTUCE 3 - SP I TOMATOES 49* ! APPLES 3 : 89' LL bo Roll $ Pack NoReturn Pearl OYSTERS 8 oz. White R Non-Aerosol am Toni Home Permanent $1.69 Value $2....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 April 1976

J . AHBL lS. E T THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMTUVTLLE. TEXAS ~W67 PAGE 7 SGSL Drenched rite ViiarCraft '"myn dttar ej d n the i divisun rf the Smith- Gtrfs SudbaU jjv wmmng -irmr miy ill a nm-jjliwwiiiiiwt inirttl ««ei Jt may Die fteW« W-.imii Wsio i«rW ,m m iuie p—P— of trr^r jim-f n ±ejt innsim try warning o o Twm-irg try ^Utvmcn|| narjTn< jmnpns. itil lllflllail J«mw ihmngh Wednesday were cancelled WHifW rf ran or wet jTTTllTTlTH JTliV ilfg irt* I Kit* two fames s met nor Thurs- day evening was afcgwj En die PeeWse fame, die MKT Employees Katy Belles •rninnfrf rftg WiTriinw iit iliee nmntjp bv a -a lih of L~-«. Sheila Pwn-h -went ail die way for die Kacy The gfcrfafai -ngntcaq vest mm die i w imJ inwh w i "MI win air die Mikeska Parrots, as die garni* was 'iniTeted by die V*w*t~ trmie-leaiier began with at tl-t trmmph inr die MLkIiiI Wives over die Wifitcaia. Aiheti Omr Jltcned ItHlliif trmi- ihit- lTgs far dte ytcmrs. A rrgftr iiime between die Busankv iianiTT Supply Piranhas ...

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