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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 February 1978

THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 19-8 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SM1THV1LLE. TEXAS "8^57 HD Club Enjoys Valentines Valentine's Day was enjoyed by the members of the Alum Creek Home Demonstration Club at the home of Mrs. Ruby Pruess. There were sixteen present Business for the month was discussed. Mrs. Iris Stremmel gave the report of the council meeting. County extension agent Mrs. Clara Curtis present- ed the program on "Lux- ury Decorating at Low Cost. A film was shown and literature was passed out. It was very interest- ing and useful to find ways of using discarded items that are found in nearly every home. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Pranger with County Extension Agent Mr. Rbnald Lindsey presenting the program on gardening. Four Receive Certificates Winners of the drawing for a $25.00 gift certifi- cate at Wessels-Hannath 3rd Anniversary sale were the following: A. V. Mach, Mary Simpson, Rose Ferrell, and C. M. Pesl. The drawing was held Feb. 15. SEC. I. PAGES Ern...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 February 1978

pecials for 97 m, 1 RC or RITE 6 PACK - 10 OZ. BOTTLES DIET COLA 59C PLUS DEP. THIS IIUblNCSS IS consumer preferred SQUARE MEALS *°it\ CAT FOOD :: 59' OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7a.m. 9p.m. m 5 OZ. CAN LIBBY'S VIENNA SAUSAGE 3-M.00 SUPERMARKET BUTTER KRUST 1# LOAF HONEY MEAL BREAD 49c NOON HOUR BRAND SPRATS CUT LUNCH HERRING HERRING TIDBITS IN CREAM SAUCE FOLGER'S FLAKED COFFEE 13 oz. can $2.59 NOW IN STOCK COFFEE FOLGER S COFFEE 2 lb. can $5.77 vessels-hwnath supermarket IN SMITHVILLE IS YOUR SHOPPING DAY REBATE HEADQUARTERS SEND FOR A 44%%CASH 1U REBATE ON YOUR SHOPPING BILL' 'MAXIMUM REBATE $3.50 Mail in one cash register tape with the prices o! the participating Brands circled and the net weight or fluid ounce state- ments trom these fine brands totaling at least 36 points along with the required certificate found on display in our stores. Crisco Oil 48 oz 12 points Duncan Hines Cake Mix or Moist & Easy 4 points Jif 18 oz 6 points Ouncan Hines Brownie Mix Family Size 8 points Pringl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 February 1978

(E1; t liastrnu L. /4r I (!Mmtu tEimes THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23. SEC. II. PAGE 1 Bastrop Water Tower Scrubbed Squeaky Clean A FLASH THAI DOESN'T BURN—While I was taking his picture with a battery- operated flash attachment, welder Billv Caplan raised his welding shield visor and took a break between the seanis on the floor of the Bastrop Water Tower Tank above Lake Bastrop Acres. —Photo: Douglas Baker. Jr. sue aw " XK| Ozzie s Burger Queen Thurs. & Fri. Feb. 23 & 24 Grilled Cheese & Med. Drink .85 Mon., Tues., & Wed. Feb. 27,28 & March 1 Chili Dog & Med. Drink .95 BASTROP—As this is written, for the first time since—no one can remem- ber when—the inside of the city's half-million gallon water tank on the 140 foot tower in Lake Bastrop Acres will be clean and leak proof. It took two days to drain all the water out of the high Bastrop water tank, but only two hours to wash out the "slush and sediment" that had settled on the bottom of the tank. Frank Gaspard, the ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 February 1978

SIX II. l'A(il 2 I III HAS I KOI'r OUNTY TIMES. SMIIHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 D<J's Slide By Faculty Toeidiy'l "St. Valen- tine'* Day Massacre" was accompanied by tore muscles and peals of laughter as the KVET Disc Jockeys competed against Srnilhville High School's Ferocious Fac- ulty in an exhibition bas- ketball game in the high school gymnasium. In an exciting overtime game, the "DJ's" snuck by the SMS fac- ulty 72 70, when a luck shot burned the KVII net KVII team featured some famous University of Texas i.onghorn foot ball players. Johnny Johnson. Ixroy King, arid star quarterback Kandy Mclachern posed for snapshots and signed autographs during the halftime intermission and after the game. Smithvillc'* players consisted of Tiger Coach- es Barry Poth and Dwight Stockton, band director Kandy 'I ay lor. and facul- ty members Hob Henries- Band Telethon Extravaganza of Local Talent Saturday. March IM Noon til ? AN people who wevkl like to be on the telethon contact Jerry Cook, 237-3400...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 February 1978

I 1 HL HSDAV. FfcBRl'AKV 23. Livestock Report SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS CATTLE AND CALVES (February 16. 1978) Summary of Brenham, Giddings and El Campo Estimated receipts 2307 compared with 2198 last week Compared with last weeks close: Slaughter cows steady Giddings, $1 00-2 00 higher Brenham, $1 00 higher El L,ampo. slaughter bulls $1 00-2 00 higher Slaughter calves and yearlings steady Giddings, $1 00- 2 00 higher Brenham. $ 25- 50 higher El Campo Feeder steers and steer calves steady to firm Brenham. $2 00-2 50 higher biddings. $1 00-1 50 higher El Lampo. Feeder heifers and heifer calves $1 00-2 00 higher Trading very active. Receipts largely Good 250-450 lbs feeder calves, slaughter cows, bulls, and calves 15 percent Slaughter Cows Utility 2-3, $32 00-36 50. scattered sales $36 50-39 50 Cutter $30 00-34 50 Canner and Low Cutter $27 00-31 50 few $23 00-26.00 Bulls Yield grade 1-2, 1000-2000 lbs $36.50-41 25, few $32 00- 35 00 Calves and Yearlings Good and Choice 550-825 lbs. $38 00-41...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 February 1978

blackburn GRAPE or RED PLUM JELLY 18 OZ. GLASS TUMBLER The FRIENDLY REOPLI \\ \\ A What makes shopping here so great? Our personnel. We're all here to serve you every minute of the day, to answer your questions, direct you to the proper aisle, to do that extra "something" that sets us apart from all others. We're FRIENDLY FOLK who like YOU and want YOU as a steady customer. Besides, we have some of the greatest SAVINGS In town. •v \ IV'. 'S / s STAR-LITE FRUIT COCKTAIL 303 CAN STAR-LITE SALAD DRESSING U * WHOLE FRYERS % U.S.D.A. GRADE A Gov. INSPECTED QUALITY MEATS lS HALVES or QUARTERS ROEGELEIN SLICED LB. BACON 12 OZ. PKG. LB. FAMILY PACK 01 57*59 ROEGELEIN FRANKS 12 OZ. PKG. H LB. RIB STEAK LB. JAR 63j DR PEPPER REGULAR OR SUGAR FREE 32 OZ. RETURNABLE BOTTLE KRAFT HALF MOON brands LONGHORN CHEESE r 5*19 CHUCK STEAKS LB. SHOULDER ARM ROAST LB. CHUCK ROAST LB. OR 6 PACK CARTON PLUS DEPOSIT FRESH PRODUCE WASHINGTON EXTRA FANCY RED DELICIOUS - WINESAP - or RED ROME APPLES 99c KRAFT A...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 February 1978

WISE STORE HOURS FOR BIG STORE MON. Thru SAT. 7 A.M. TILL 6 P.M LONG'S siting LONG AD good february 23 through march 1 Two Stores To Serve You Belter 19 DECKER'S SMOKED PICNIC HAMS (MOISTURE ADDED) BEER & WINE Sold Only At STAR MART STORE 3 \\i; keskkyf. i ni: rh;ht to limit sales 79 lb. HALVES OR p9 sliced 89° lb. fresh ground BEEF he |09 la QQC rfVu. •v WW Kc ,„*259 pkg. mb CHEE-TOS CrunO* JtMstQ[CM<*5 SUPERIOR DAIRIES LES cottage cheese 12 oz. pkg. ranch style BEANS 300 CANS FOR 89 breast o' chicken TUNA 6V2 OZ. CAN 59 SWIFT'S or LIBBYS vienna sausage 5 OZ. % CANS 1 00 ■: SUPERIOR DAIRIES QUART BUTTERMILK c™ SUPERIOR DAIRIES whipping cream car^sn ■3S SWIFT'S or LIBBYS potted pb3 0z.c MEAT 3can'" ^^^EjffLE^lOoloO^tjjj ''«i CHOCOLITE or CRUNCH™ si candy miniatures 1201 CHESTNUT STREET STORE HOURS WEEKDAYS SUNDAYS 8:30 A.M. TILL 9 P.M. I P M TILL 9 P.M. FINE LIGHT FALSTAFF BEER $4 19 6 pack i cans „ ;x y v...: SHOP OUR FINE WINE SELECTION nestles HOT COCOA MIX U.- Ur PKG. NEW...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 February 1978

SKC. li. PAGI 6 '21' H^OPaJUNTY f IMFS, SMITHVII I F. TEXAS 78957 rHL RSUAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1978 Celebrating 50 Years of Service FFA Smithville I I-A Chapter 1478 Officers: Jimmy ( artipion, President; Ricky Suscn, Vice Pres idem, Alan Wcsscls, 2nd Vice President; Clinton Seidel Secretary; (ireg Mi Bee, I reasurer; Jerry Krchnuk, Rr porter: Edwin Zimmerhanzel, Sentinel; Jinuny Hoskins Parliumcnlaiiiin; Ronald Janak, Historian; Mr. Clar erice Kan her, Advisor c*TIOv 7CU^ 1978 Bastrop FFA Officers sVl! p'l nAK«MERSM^KAMERICA—Left to right, Al Bauer. Jody Oliver, Terry Salek, Phyllis Boren, Melissa Htlbig, Brian Goertz. National FFA Week February 18-25 I Igm I I A members ex ibiting. Best 5 steers in the San Marcus Livestock Show. I he Elgin I I A ( haptcr has over ''() active mem hers who are involved in various I I A activities. '•-** ■■ * ^i'wbr^ 1978 Elgin FFA Officers Bradley Samuelson, Re- porter; Doug Priz, Sent- inel; Randy Belz, Secre- tary; Guy Crim, Vice Pres- ident; Aron Ande...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 February 1978

THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23. |<T8 Barnhart Marine Lance Corporal Robert C. Barnhart. son of Mr.- and Mrs. Robert E. Barnhart of Route 1. Box 91C. Red Rock, has been promoted to his present rank while serving with the 1st Mar- ine Division, at the Marine Corps Base. Camp Pendleton, Calif. He joined the Marine Corps in June 1977. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals addressed to the City of Smithville. Texas, will be received at City Hall. 317 Main Street, P.O. Box 150, Smithville, Tex- as, until 7 p.m.. March 20, 1978, at which time they will be publicly open- ed and read aloud, for furnishing all labor, mat- erials, machinery, equip- ment, tools, and super- intendent for the con- struction of permanent improvements: to-wit: the construction for Approx. 2150 linear feet of Sanitary Sewer extension and 1950 lin- ear feet of water line extension for Colorado Heights subdivision with- in the City Limits of Smithville, Bastrop Coun- ty, Texas. Plans and specifica- ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 February 1978

THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1478 I HE HAS ! ROP C OUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 SEC. 11. PAGE 8 lla5tS„t, ®imw Widest County Readership I r> Full County Coverage CLASSIFIED Phone Today! Bastrop Off ice 321 -5721 Smithville Office 237-2461 For Sole Services Public Notice Wanted monuments Memorial of Endur in# Bcauly. A complete line ol Quality Granite*. Honest Dependable Service. Reasonable Price*. All work fully guarantr-rd Temple Granite Works, Mrs CM I'esl, Rep resolutive HOI Wilkts, Smithville, Tea, 78457. Ph 2.17 27.10 LOOSE DIAMONDS FOR SALE: New and Price quotes Kragh's used butane systems Jewelry, Bastrop S!2/ Phone 237-2521. .1212151. FOR SALE New and used butane systems Phone 2.17-2521 4 rooms of gold carpet. Good shape. Ri al cheap. ( all 2.17 .1350, 8 2tc irg;i fur FOR RFAI new and used furniture No. 2, Main Street. Smith ville. Phone 237 2111 HAY FOR SAI I Well fertilized heavy wire tied bales of Johnson grass A Heuira. Located T mile north of Smith ville. Call 713/...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 March 1978

pp dlmnttu i .cp i'iI. Center, Ino. F. 0. Box 4i>i*36 A, f ill .jr. ' : • ?5:35 X 20' SER VING: SMITHVILLE, BASTROP, ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY VOL.87. NO. 9 FIVE SECTIONS. 38 PAGES THURSDAY. MARCH 2. 1978 County Commissioners Ready For Federal Suit BASTROP COUNTY — During their regular Monday. Feb. 27th meeting the county commissioners spent most of the day preparing for their 9:30 a.m. March 3 hearing in federal district Judge Jack Rob- erts' court in Waco. During one lull. Highway Patrol Trooper Tommy Moseley appeared before the commissioners with a request for two new radar units. The commissioners approved the two units at an estimated cost of $2,500 each. The resident highway engineer advised the county of state money that is available for farm to market roads. Commissioners Alexander and Burns expressed a need. Alexander suggested completing the pavement of Farm to Market Road 535. The commissioners also agreed to half the cost for the radio fence with the City of Bastro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 March 1978

SBC. I. PAGE 2 lltlltllllllllltllM llllllllllltllllllllllllHIIlUIJtllllllllll llllllllllllll inMIIIMIIIIIItll llltlll IIIIIIIHIII llllll IMtlll 11 il I i 111 nil 11 )vir' 0 imons IHE BAS !ROPCOUNTY IIMI S. SMH H V11.1 E. TEXAS 7H957 Tiound the County^ By Lisa Johnson THURSDAY. MARCH 2. 1978 lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItllllHttlllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII View Tax Dollars At Work During the following week (Ma rch 6-10) door* at I he public schools throughout I tic- county will he flung open to welcome visitor*. It is Public Si hool Week. Residents throughout tlx- area are being offered an open invitation to visit and view the school facili- Hang Together It's the same point that Hen Franklin made over two hundred years ago: "We should hang to get her or surely we'll hang separ ately." Today the face of the idea is expressed as "Entertainment and Fun" by the South Texas Chamber of Commerce. Knowing that the whol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 March 1978

THURSDAY. MARCH 2. 19"8 1 HI- BASTROP COUNTS TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 71W57 SEC. I. PAGE 3 ell •h- ey lid an- DUt Hockne Girl Finds Rainbow's End by Erlene Goertz Miss Bonnie Seidel. 13-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Seidel of Austin, an 8th grade student at St. Ig- natius School, Austin, was the winner of 300 silver dollars, at a recent meeting of the city of Austin Credit Union. Bonnie is the grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Bartsch of Sacred Heart Parish, Rockne, and Mrs. Frank Seidel of St. Mary's Par- ish. String Prairie. Bonnie said she is sav- ing the money, fifteen pounds of 300 silver dol- lars. to help buy a new car in the future. Crews Extinguish Fires Two Texas Forest Ser- vice fire control crews responded to a grass and brush fire that oc- curred Tuesday. Feb. 21. off FM 535 just south- west of Smithville. One of the crews spotted the fire while enroute to its fire standby location. The fire, which started from brush burn- ing. consumed 15 acres of coast...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 March 1978

SHC. I, PAOF 4 Scholarship Fund Established A led f ancy Scholar ship Fund for outstanding hand members from Smilhvillc has heen set up at the Smilhvillc Fed- eral Savings and Loan Association. Donations for this fund may be sent to Mrs. Charlenc Hums at 400 («arwood or hy c ailing 237 2m I Ml HAS I HUP ( OUN'I'Y 1IMFS. SMITHVILLF. TEXAS 784s I HURSDAY. MARC H 2. 1978 U\V«' do mora* than just fill out tax lornis. We can help save you money." H&R BLOCK M| IN< OMI T A I PlOPl ( BASIROP 1011 Mam St .121 180.1 DOWH LAHITKn I Igm III I)• |ml Si 285. 4242 Chuck l.ussitcr Open 9 < Moii Sat Fayette Power Project Training Program Underway I RAINFFS Favclle Power Project Program trains these utility workers and offers various other attributes I'imv.s Photo A unique training pro- gram is underway at the Fayette Power Project. Begun early in January, the program is unique, because it is the first time it has ever been done in the utility indus- try. When a new power plant goes on line...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 March 1978

THURSDAY. MARCH 2. 1978 THF BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHV1LLE. TEXAS 78957 SEC. I, PAGE 5 Obituaries Malina Services were held for Mrs. Bertha Annie Malina at 2 p.m. Feb. 17 at Marrs-Jones Funeral Home with the Rev. Dan- iel Marek and James Densman officiating. Interment was hold at Kovar Brethren Ceme- tery. Mrs. Malina is sur- vived by a son, Daniel of Smithville; a daughter, Mrs. Bernice Malina of Yoakum; four brothers, Charles, August, Louis, and Leon Kalina, all of Smithville; and a sister, Mrs. Elsie Sodek of Crosby. She is also survived by six grandchildren and three great - grandchil- dren. Naumann Services were held for Mrs. Gardena Naumann, 82, at 3:30 p.m. Monday at the Marrs-Jones Chap- el with the Rev. Russell Nees officiating. Inter- ment was at Oak Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Naumann died Saturday in Smithville. She is survived by a brother, Leon L. Leshikar of Houston and a sister, Mrs. Esther Sebesta of Smithville. Novosad Rosary was said for Mrs. Annie Novosad at 7 p.m. Sun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 March 1978

SIC I. PAt F (i IHE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 7895? IHIRSDAY. MARC H 2. 19"8 Sewing And Crafts Demonstration Planned S«wei Kloenvi Donl.i. ,i< (ton clo n®r liquefies i and dissolves hair lint and bbrous tf< <- roots quickly Kills large iron roots #hi<:h j ordinary enwti cleaners do j not touch ft Hi can '•'M* # Kinley Hardware 214 Main Smith ville 237-3510 Mr. I <-roy Si hilling, manager <>( Singer sew i ii|.; Mai-hinc Company, Austin, assisted by Ms Beverly Hart will present a demonstration ol sew ing techniques and v rait ideas program at the Hos pitality House on March 8 at 10 a m Mr Schilling will show how lo use the various sewing machine attachments, how to monogram, applique, eti Ms Hart will show many clever items that tan hi easily made with a lew straps ol material, ingenuity, and ol course, t lu sew nig mat liine ( ialt sessions arc ht'ing held al I lit llospi t a I >t s House on second and lotirlh Wednesdays hi prcpatation lor their ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 March 1978

THURSDAY. MARCH 2. 19"8 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 Couple Exchanges Vows SEC. 1. PAGE 7 by Erlene Goertz I he double-ring cere- mony uniting Miss Joyce Hudec and Warren Hoke in marriage was held in St. Michael's Catholic Church Saturday, Jan. 11, in Weimar. I lle bride is the daugh- ter ot Mr. and Mrs. Jerry R. Hudec of Weimar. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Hoke ot Red Rock. The marriage vows were heard by Rev. John C. Peters before an altar decorated with orange and pink gladiolas and pink carnations with white tapers burning on either side. On the center altar stood a candelabra with three candles. Organist was Mary Beth Hudec, and guitar- ist and soloist was Anna Koehn. Lector at the cere- mony was Jerry F. Hudec, brother of the bride. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor-length white sataglow high-necked, long, straight sleeved, dress trimmed in silk Venetian lace attached to a chapel length train. Her fingertip veil of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 March 1978

M ( I. PAGE 8 Scott Welcomed IHF BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITH VILLH. THXAS 78957 Rev. Kenneth Branam THURSDAY. MARCH 2. 19-8 ft Mrs. Searmardo is the former Miss JoNcta Pol- lard of Bastrop. daughter of Mrs Jot- A (Rocky) Para more of Bastrop, and Kranddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glass of Hills Prairie Mr and Mrs ( ,irl (Pete) Scarmar do of Bryan are the pater rial grandparents Mr. Searmardo is a cattle buyer hi Bryan and is a regular buyer at llie Sttulh ville auction sale. | by friends of Bill Davison Mrs Searmardo is a "" 1 physical education teach Joseph St hool in by Frlene Goert/ Mr and Mrs. Pete Searmardo of Caldwell are proud to announce the arrival of Master Scott Anthony, born Jan r ' " ™ " ~ Bill Doviion wants to be "YOUR" Mayor Vote April 1, 1978 Paid Political Adv. Paid for K Featured At Revival BIG JOB AIR FRESHENER -om WRAP ON Solid a(l|u UI>in conlam.f con ti'iuouRly dl>pwiHl COtlm.l 4'iujunt lot any room ami odor MfOnglh Allfai I (v* ly doaignml Imrilroyit O...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 March 1978

SEC' I. PAGE 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SM1THV1LLE. TEXAS "8*>57 THURSDAY. MARCH 2. 1978 Tiger Band Members Take Five SOLO/ENSEMBLE PARI ICIPAN I S—(Top row 1. to r.) Ja\ Fleming. I auric Hurley. Debbie Cook, Kay Lynn McBee. Shelley Row. Karla Wallace, jason Hannusch: (sitting) Helen Weishuhn. Rochelle Blaschke, Maggie Ouitta; (squatting) Karrie Me- Keown. and Jean Weishuhn represented the Smithville Tiger Band well in Satur- day s Solo and Ensemble Contest at Southwest Texas State 1'diversity in San Mar- cos. Those receiving "one's" will move on to the All State competitions in Mav —1 ifU'r Tynti's Photo Boy Scouts Recognized Twenty-seven Bov Scouts received advance- ments and merit badges at the Court of Honor and Parents Supper held by Troop 183 at the Parish Hall on Feb. 13. After the opening ad- dress by Twin Valley Boy Scout District Executive. Bill Stout to the 65 parents, children and Boy Scouts present, the following boys re- ceived awards. Jeff and Jason Han- nusch qua...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 March 1978

SPECIALS FOR MARCH 2-8 FLAVOR HOUSE DRY ROASTED - f J1F JB * A* PEANUTS 16 OZ. $1.29 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7a m. -9 p.m. ORTEGA REFRIED BEANS ^ ERMARKET 17 OZ. 29< GREAT FOR NACHOS L-.W/iS A MARYLAND CLUB COFFEE 1 Pound Can $2.88 10 Oz. Instant $3.39 iMitt iiin.ifjti* CONSUMf M I'HM I HIU O r £ March Issue WFUHD ioo ct. $1.39 ARTHRITIS STRENGTH BUFFERIN 40 ct. $1.19 VITALIS uouid 7 oz. JU.25S! VITALIS ffi SUPt RHlHO 5 oz. 99t BAN BASIC NON AtROSCH AND WRSPlRANt SPRAV 3 oz. $1.39 u*a i datril- 100 ct. ' ■ $1.49 datril 500 50 ct $1.29 excedrin ioo |Excedrtn $1.49 excedrin p.m.* 20 $1.19 n > y * ROLL ON DAN UfcOUORANl f i i ban ban ■ & I I 1 1/2 oz. 89C || ultra ban h AN 11 PfRSPtRANT f f f R*guKv N«ultol ti.ih Sc«nl 5 oz. _$1.29 4-way NASAL SPRAY B H guioi M*nmotol«] long Acting '«• $1.49 iirStore DgDty Detail COFFEE- MATE 16 OZ. BUTTER KRUST WHOLE WHEAT KHiiii 1 1/2 POUND LOAF LIBBY'S #303 CAN mi J ?■ EDON BATHROOM 4 ROLL ARROW TRASH BAGS 20-30 GALLON SIZE $1.69 1/2 GALLON CLO...

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