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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 August 1975

HH| IHUK^UAr, MUbUST 14, 1975 Cistern News By Mrs. Gertrude Pavlica THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Tea Shower Miss Jennifer Janek, bride- elect of Gary Vinilarek was booored with a tea shower Sunday August 10, 1975 from 3:30 to 4:00 P M at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Farek. An August 23, wedding is planned at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Flatonia. Reunion Attended Local relatives attended the Mica-Mares Heuuion at the American Legion Hall in Flatonia Sunday August 3 and as usual enjoyed the annual event very much In Hospital Friends of Edward Motocha regret that be is very sick in Brackenridge Hospital in Austin Personals Mrs. Laura Gosch of Colony was a last Friday guest of Mrs. Gertrude Pavlica. Mrs. Edward Vinklarek was an Austin business visitor Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth tiartscb and Brent of Austin were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gosch and Dennis. Visitors over tbe weekend of the Edward Vinklarek family were Mr. and k^rs. Adolph Bru...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 August 1975

PAGE 6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1975 Steffens Post Installs Officers Members of Robert L. Steffens Post and Auxiliary gathered with friends and in- vited guests to witness the installation of officers for 1975-1976, with a barbeque- covered dish dinner at the American Legion Hall Thurs- day, August 7th Serving as lnstallaton Officers were Mr and Mrs John Richter of Brenham Post and Unit #48 Mrs. Richter is 10th District President and Grain Prices Strong At This Tune The Bastrop County loan rate for milo grading No 2 or better is $2.04 per hundred weight The grain market is holding up well as harvest gets into full swing around this area Prices are strong at this time, and so far no one has placed any grain in the loan. Iipttss Tsar Views Thrsagh Thi 'Liitin to tht Editor' Cilaaa Mr.. Richter is Commander of the 10th Dis- trict. Auxiliary officers installed were Mrs Mary Ruscoe, President, Mrs, Ruby Carlisle, First Vice, Mrs. Iris Grizxel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 August 1975

THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE ^PUBLIC NOTICES v. J BECAUSE THE PEOPLE MUST KNOW SHERIFF'S SALE WHEREAS, on the 12 day of June, 1975, in Cause No. 3476 in the District Court of Bastrop County, Texas, wherein Elgin Independent School District - City of Elgin and StateofTexas County of Bastrop wt-re Plaintiffs, Impleaded Party Defendants, and Intervenor recovered judgment against Abner DeVaughn Et Al, Defendant for taxes, penalty, interest, and cost against the hereinafter de- scribed property; WHEREAS, on the 7th day of July, 1975, byvirtueof said judgment and the man- dates thereof Clerk of the above mentioned District Court of said county did cause to be issued an Order of Sale commanding me as Sheriff of said county to seise levy upon, and sell in the manner and form as re quired by law the herein- after described property; WHEREAS, by virtue of said judgment and said Order of Sale and the man- dates thereof I did on the 28 day of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 August 1975

g-. 3 PAGE 8 Sacred Heart School To Hold Registration by Mrs Arthur Goertz Registration for students who will attend Sacred Heart School, Kockne, will be held Friday, August 22 from 9a.m. to 12a m. in Sacred Heart School. Classes will begin Monday, August 25 at 9 am Mrs John Beck will again teach the kindergarten class and the first and second grades in Sacred Heart School Mrs Arthur Goerti will be the bus driver Jody Whitfield Named VP At ACC ABILENE. Texas -- Jody Whitfield, a senior elementary education major, was recently named first vice-president of the student Education As- sociaton, at Abilene Christian College for the 1975-76 school year Miss Whitfield, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ruben Whitfield of Smithville, has been a member of the dean's honor roll and is a 1972 graduate of Smithville High School. CCD Preparations Underway Preparations for the begin- ning of the CCD year for Sacred Heart Parish, Rockne, were made at a special called meet- ing, held for CCD teachers, Thursda...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 August 1975

■i • -'fM- < X. ^ THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAflF 9 BASTROP COUNTY TIMES sevisxiSHY. SINGER SEWING and Vacuum center, repair service. New and used sewing machines and vacuum cleaners Author- ized Singer Dealer, 1108 East Travis, La Grange, Texas 713-968-5923 6-tfc For real bargains in new and used furniture see Smithville Furniture No 2, Main, Phone 237-2111, Smithville. 28-tfc FOR SALE - New and used butane systems. F'hone 237-2521 tfc LIFETIME Chain Link Fences Complete and in- stalled Free estimates Builders Supply Co., phone 237-2402, PO Box 509. Smithville, Texas 78957 28-tfc For Sale 1 chest type deep freeze 15 eu ft - Excellent condi- tion Call 237 2583 33-lip FOR SALE - New and used butane systems Phone 237-2521 tfc sale! sale: Do you have to move? Call us Bastrop Moving ft Storage. Phone #512-321- 2559 after 5PM Call 321-2425 or 237-2521 14-tfc Some people do read the small print in the want ads To place your ad call 237-...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 August 1975

r PAGE 10 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMIIHViLLt, ItXAS /ayb/ Klutts Welcome Son, Grandson THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1975 * I Mister Brandt Carlton Klutts was Joyously welcomed by the Klutts family, by bis little sister Tiffany and par- tnts Mr. and Mrs. Carlos J. Klutts of Cedar Creek, Texas Little Brandt arrived at St. David's Hospital in Austin Thursday, July 24 at 1.45p.m. weighing eight pounds and measuring 20 1/2 inches Also welcoming Brandt are Handicap Skills Taught At U. T. proud grandparents Mr and Mrs. CarlC De Loach and Mr. and Mrs Barney C Klutts of Smithville; great grand- mothers Mrs. Lola Morgan and Mrs Rena BellDe Loach of Smithville, Mrs. Edna Helms of Burkett, Teias and Mrs Jesse Klutts of Brown- wood, Texas Little Brandt Carlton's mother Is the former Cindy De Loach. AUSTIN, Texas-- Improving the skills and understanding of inexperienced teachers who work with children who are doubly handicapped by vision and hearing impairments is the goal of a special project at The U...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 August 1975

M ■>' , ' & , ** m w1 * 1 ISS -1 ■ V£. %j .!'- •'•■ *-"• ■ r- S—V .; *'■ ■ V I—1 1, I f. u • 3*S& "Going Back To School" is summer respite wmx ■ :' .w. . . .-... ■ ■'. 1 : v., ■, ■. -"" V$V;'■■:£':?/> •■; '-}'.:-i,- ';:" ■-.ft ' •." ■, a necessity to success in later life w'^fj 'wti -'"M WffiimeMkwS. A-.r,'1 3 3 $Mi*$ anm r school years doesnt experiences...from sharing from after-game dances ol-sponsored trips...from riding the school ail' f!# * Ml £ l-s I U mm gttf : ■ •'? • ■ ■ .■<* % gnv 3Js$ Fcr A Calendar of Events In , Kjg&fggp SH® *1 Various Central Texas Schools, See 8W8I p. 6 p. 4 p. 6 i~ Lago Vista p. 5 eander p. 2 """ und Rock.. P- mm gg^p " I 1 ■r1 n ■■ * ,^'ii

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 August 1975

Page 2, Centex Revue. August 19?c. 18 FT. x 4 FT. Deep I hninhln>\ ~7, I "Aqualine" Consolidation Not Uncommon c ~f *1 I ' Aquahne M 10 Yr. Liner , I Warranty; $4 QQ 00 lUf SKIMMER & U3 J UOCfR W W W Pool, • 12 Ft.*36" t Filter, Deep ||fcof ■irmli 1 6x32,4 ta; feetdffp 16x40f 4 to 7 fe*t d«p iS ri tR lifcf H« *A«R*HT I s134900 S1509M 0**1111 PACMCI A-TEX POOLS 8405 BURNET ROAD j Between Anderson Lone and 1 Hwy 183 next to Pu?a Inn laiuwmKs 451-8353 OPEN DAILY Mon. Fri. 10 30 6:30 Sat 10:30 5:00 Closed Sunday But When A School District Splits... Consolidations of various small districts is well-known and has been fairly common during the last two decades. But it has been more or less uncommon to hear of a district splitting. Such an occurrence may be in the offing in the huge, sprawling scantily-populat- ed Dripping Springs School district. The district begins just outside of Austin's city iimits on the south all the way to Dripping Springs and continues east to Lake Travis an...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 August 1975

mm mmw n i sni * "Hi 'wni i.iii Cent* k r.evue, August 1975 Pag* 3 Bastrop Planning $1.8 Million Renovation Program BASTROP The bonds were sold in July, and construction bids are to be let in November for the burgeoning Bastrop Independent School District's $1.8 million renovation program. The primary, elementary, junior high and high schools are all facing "extensive remodeling," Supt. Charles Evans said, to eliminate overcrowded conditions. The primary school, which was used for blacks back in the days of Jim Crow, will get eight additional classrooms and an enlarged office space. Fourteen classrooms will be added to the elementary school The junior high, built in 1913 and remodeled in 1927 and 1942, will be partly destroyed Twenty per cent of the building the oldest part will be torn down, and the rest will be renovated. A band hall, 14 classrooms and a cafeteria will be added. The cafeteria is to be shared with the elementary school across the street. Bastrop High School has the...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 August 1975

FIRST TIMC AROUND Canu " tvue, August. 1975, Page 6 Birth Certificates Vital Summer vacations are nearly over, and many parents are thinking about fall and getting their youngsters ready for entrance into school for the first time. One thing they'll need, reminds the Texas Department of Healthy Resources, is a certified copy of a birth certificate. To some parents, the start of school is old hat, but parents whose first-born are •tasting school the first time may be a bit bewildered by the excitment of it all. That's why the Department of Health Resources (formerly the State Health Department) advises parents to get the birth certificate chore behind them - while there is time. This fall there will be approximately 220,000 new first graders in the schools throughout Texas, and proof of age is necessary for the first timers. Total public school enrollment is expected to reach some 2.8 million children as the school population continues to grow. Anticipating the rush of birth certific...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 August 1975

J Pane 4. Centex Revue, August 1975 THE MOST UNIQUE CLUB IN THE UNITED STATES New Lago Vista High School Won't Quite Be Ready When Students Arrive, 3 IT'S UP TO YOU! Educated Within Your Community No Membrnthip Fee BKEAK AWAY FROM THE CROWD Dripping Springs School Calendar August 18, 19 August 20, Sept. 1, Oct. 24, Nov. 14, Nov. 17, Nov. 27-28, Dec. 22 —Jan. 4, Jan. 5, Feb. 27, Feb. 26 27, April 16-19, May 25, May 26 27-28, May 30, Teacher Work Days First Day for Students Labor Day "Holiday Taacher Work Day, Stu- dent Holiday End of First Quarter, Teacher Work Day Teacher Work Day, Stu- dent Holiday Thanksgiving Holidays Christmas Holidays Back To School End of Second Quarter Teacher Work Days, Stu- dent Holidays Easter Holidays Last Day for Students Teacher Work Days, End of Third Quarter Graduation But Completion Is Stated In October % LUUNG School Calendar AUG. 12 15 18 SEPT. 1 OCT 24 13 27 NOV 14 27 28 DEC. 22 JAN FEB. 20 23 MARCH 29 APRIL 12 19 MAY 27 28 Teacher in service days...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 August 1975

Page 6, Centex Revue. August Fire Destroyed Kyle Elementary School Last Month... LEANDER School Calendar HAYS School Calendar Aug. 18-22 Aug. 25 Sept. 1 Oct. 3 Oct. 24 Nov 14 Nov. 17 Nov. 27-28 Dec. 24-Jan. 2 Jan. 16 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 27 Mar. 17-18-19 April 15 April 16 May 27 May 27 May 28 Teachers' Inservice (no students) First Day of School Labor Day (Holiday) End of 1st (6 weeks) reporting period TSTA District Convention (no students - inservice) End of 2nd (6 weeks) reporting period-end of quarter (58 days) Teacher work day (no students) Thanksgiving holidays Christmas Holidays End of 3rd (6 weeks) reporting period End of 4th (6 weeks) reporting period End of 2nd quarter (62 days) Teacher inservice days (no students) Spring Break End of 5th (6 weeks) reporting period Easter (Good Firday) Holi- day End of 6th (6 weeks) reporting period Last day of school for students End of 3rd quarter (60 days) Baccalaureate and Gradua- tion Exercises Teacher inservice (no students) L NOTE Should ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 August 1975

mmsm. iMWMMNg Cente> je, August, 1975, Page 7 State Funds For Elgin Kindergarten Program Slashed EI-GiN If you ask Supt C.W Thompson for the latest on the Elgin Indepen dent School District, he shakes his head and says, Nothing new. I guess " That is accurate only if one chooses not to consider the additions to the primary and junior high schools and the new high school under construction One must also overlook the implementation of the "open concept" classroom and the complete reorganiz- ing of principals. Ignore, too, the truncated kindergarten time, a victim of reduced state funds. Some things are staying the same: the tax rate, for instance. It is now $1.77 per $100 valuation, and there will be "no increase this year or the next," Thomp- son said. And the district's enroll- ment, now about 1500 students: "No increase," Thompson said. As for the changes: Thanks to the $1.8 million bond issue passed two years ago, students at the STUDENTS WILL ATTEND HALF-DAYS New Elgin High Sc...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 August 1975

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 21 August 1975

COUh COUNTY ('OMMIH IITl SfRVICE NEWS ULATION Bastrop (Eointiy Uicrofilr, tenter, Inc. 0. Box 45436 SERVING: SMITHVILLE, BASTROP, €LGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY _.. .• njnmmhHHHH «HIS W6EK IN (The (Times: Traffic Accident p 1 Home Destroyed P- ' Football News P- 6 Auction Feature P 10 Fi^«#n C«nfs J VOL. 84, NUMBER 34 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES,. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1975 Police Problems Aired Sinithvllle's City Council Monday night The Law En- heard proposals for improve- forcemeat Committee report ment in the city's law enforce- had been tabled until this week men! division and requests for because of the length of last equal! tat ion of vacation time week's council meeting for police officers at the ad- Councilman Bill Davison, journed City Council meeting Chairman of the Law Enforce- ment Committee, proposed that the city seek a candidate to train under theC.E.T.A. pro- gram as a fourth full time officer. Davison stated that implementation of this plan could ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 21 August 1975

PAGE 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 197S Our^ pinions wr<sNt bON'TRUN J Point! Score one more for the Texas State Highway Department. There was still another accident at the intersection of Highway 71 and Marberger in Smithville last week But only give the Department one point, no one was killed this time 1 have been told that this is heating a dead horse, and that everything possible has been done to get a light put in there, and that the people of Smithville shouldn't be blamed because they don't have a traffic light there. Dead horse or not, there is still no traffic light at the east end of Smithville There should be a stoplight there. And so far, Smithville has not managed to get one put in. Marburger is not the onlv deathtrap In order to cross any street, from Main to the east city limits, you have to take your life in your hands. A light at that end of town is a necessity, so that highway traffic can be slowed down and broken up. C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 21 August 1975

mm T hi THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLF, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 3 Fire Destroys Haywood Home Bastrop Volunteer fire- fighters and equipment re- sponded to a fire in the Watterson area Monday morn- ing but arrived too late to save the small tin roofed house or its contents. Mrs. Jean Haywood,an em- ployee of the nursing home in Bastrop, was at work when she received a telephone call in- forming her that "my house was burning down." Mrs. Hay- wood, her husband and five year old son lived in the house which has been theirs for fifteen years. Fire units travelled as quickly as possible over the long distance and rough roads to tbe bouse, but when they arrived only the chimney stood. The rest of the house and what had been inside it were a naming heap When they did arrive, the firefighters moved in to put out the flames and prevented the Times Photo SMOLDERING REMAINS fire from spreading to nearby homes. One major concern was a butane tank next to the fire which ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 21 August 1975

PAGE 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1975 , |975 History Of Rockne Book Progresses Mr . Vernon Bartsch and Mr*. Jerry Hllbig, chairman of the Sacred Heart Parish, Rockne Historical a:id Bi centennial Committee, and other members of this com- mittee met with Father Alois Goerts, a native of Sacred Heart Parish, now pastor at the Church of The Holy Spirit in Sao Antonio, who is writing a History of Rockne. The book is being written to commemorate the centennial of Sacred Heart Parish, Rockne, which will be celebrated in 1976. Father hopes to have the book completed, and at the printers by December 1975 The historical committee is still in the process of collect- ing information and pictures for the book Among the items still needed are the names of the first officers of the Sacred Heart Parish, St. Anne's Society, the history of each family, when they came to Texas, from where, and how by ship or wagon train, etc. All additions to the families,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 21 August 1975

,v IMMi I I lop to or rcb I I I by klHl M n iff Mr ! Id 6i I Od nc St* ecj r<i st f- Ml n- le m 9 THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1975 VFW Auxiliurv THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Auxiliary President Visits Mrs. Lillie Mae Tienuumol Taylor, president ofttie28tb District of the VFW Auxiliary made her official visit, Thurs- day, August 14th. Mrs Tiernann noted the need for team work in the efforts to benefit the Veterans and their dependents, stating she had adopted this as the theme for her year of leader- ship Auxiliary President Thelma Davison presented her with a gift from the Auxiliary and a rememberance corsage fashioned around the Red Poppys of the VFW The Charter was draped in memory of Mrs. Sallie Smith, Gold Star mother, and Mrs Faye Moncure, members who passed away during June Mrs. Davison appointed Mrs Myrtle McMahan, Mrs Neil Keilberg, Mrs. Irene Gillespie, and Mrs La Verne Cameron to assist Senior Vice Mary Ruscoe with the Disabled Vets Join Hands With The ARB...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 21 August 1975

Iw5f PAGE 6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, AUGUST 21. 1975 IS Mr |Mrs IOf th I RorJu |. Ml* other mitt# Goerl Heart the C In Sat a Hist Tht co mm of S Rockc celebi hopes comp) by De Tht still i lng ii tor th still I the fi Heart Socle fa mil Texa.< ship < additi durin marr An; Andn Cathc upsta is ai Barts Hilbif Pic the o! Ed W bum* white windt later • • Ri • • 61 Football Players Turnout For The 1975 Season by Charlie Callaghan We have a good turnout again this year The number stands at 61, Just under the 63 we had last year. The big dif- ference is that last year we bad 20 seniors and this year we only have 13 Although we have had the usual number of drop- outs, we will field a Varsity, a Junior Varsity and a Fresh- man team again this fall. The plans of a coach are frustrated more often than they workout Take two posi- tions this year, right and right tackle, for instance I origi- nally had Craig Wallace slated as the number one right end Howeve...

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