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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 October 1975

THE BASTROP COUNTY TIKES. SMITHVU.-J. TEXAS '.8957 kit > z.tnn.,m*ai To Etain Courier Bastrop County T m« PAGE 7 \ Come watch the Tigers go after their second district wfi against the Buffaloes. SMITHVILLE TIGERS vs. GIDDINSS BUFFALOES in Smithville Friday, Oct. 17 8 p.m. The following businesses and merchants are urging the Tigers on to victory: Quality Chevrolet - Buick Co. 300 F Third Phone 237 2it5 Vacek Pharmacy 206 Main Phone 237-2364 Feeder Supply W 2nd & Ramona Phone 237-2420 First State Bank 201 Main Phone 237-3222 Saunders Ins. Agency Builders Supply 704 E Third 305 Mam Phone 237 2402 Phone 237-2565 Smithville Smith Food Lockers Pharmacy 305 Royston 219 Main Phone 237-2438 Phone 237-2211 Clarence s Marrs & Deans Refrigeration Florist & Electric 106 Olive 205 E 2nd Phone 237-2156 Phone 237-2425 Marhil E. O. Sharp Manufacturing Butane Co. 113 West 2nd 304 West Third Phone 237-3212 Phone 237-2521 Western Auto 217 Main 237-2428 Shirocky s Grocery 314 Main Phone ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 October 1975

' " MFC . M I mrnm £ * 5 PI • \ § ZY'*m" THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1915 PAGE 8 THE BAST ?P COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 18957 Smithville 12 Luling 0 La Grange 51 Giddings 6 Hays Cons. 35 ^iastrop 10 Weimar 28 Hal lettsvil le 15 Elgin 7 Manor 0 Execution, Effort Much Improved By Charlie Cailaghan SMITHVILLE - The Tigers have played three out of town games this year They have al- so won three games this year. Each of the out of town oppon- ents have been victimized by the Tigers to provide the three wins The last win came at the expense of the Luling Eagles by a score of 12 - 0 We were sluggish the first quarter but after a great goal line stand our offense came a- live We moved the markers for 17 first downs as Leonard rushed for 168 yards and Smith added a big 124 more. Our de- fense held the Eagles to 5 first downs, all in the first half and 97 total yards. Danny Ingram was a defensive stand- out with 7 tackles and 4 inter- ceptions Willie Ray Smith ad- ded another key interception ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 October 1975

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1975 Mustangs Previously Unbeaten THE BASTHOP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 9 Elgin Edges Manor, 7-0 By Demi Prentiss MANOR III n bruising de fonslve battle, tfce Elgin Wild cats scored early and held on to defeat the previously un- beaten Mustangs in Manor Friday Right The fierce rivalry between the two schools turned out one GOOD GAIN ON PLAY Times Photo Frank Alexander (22) picks up some much needed yardage oil a pass irom BUI Fort LEADING THE WAY Bastrop cheerleaders help bring out the team Times Photo of the largest crowds ever in the Manor stadium Both stands were filled to over- flowing, and the Elgin side- line was solid with fans from one end to the other The Wildcats took the open- ing kickoff, and drove down field completely on the ground Anthony Penson has a long run for 17 yards, and Anthony Moore nearly scored on a 29 yard run, but was pulled down on the Manor seven Three plays later, sophomore quarterback Robby McLendon dove over fro...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 October 1975

THh BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILI.fc, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1 76 A Special Weekl\ Service From 1 he Bastrop County l imes lioj.cy/ imr « 3.* b) iiu: in as (or in nd Dr. K i tM sell for (tor- tus sue the pro ami Stockdale Ranch Wins At State Fair T •;££ " «¥* sa SISSM^* I PAIGE - Stockade Ranch of Paige, Texas, placed two bulls and three heifers among 182 Enter In Gerirudis Show DALLAS - A record 182 entrants in the Premier Gertrudis Show, early in the day helped set the scene for the Premier Santa Gertrudis Sale. Thirty-eight (38) head sold Monday, October 6, for $98,400 00, averaging $2,589 00 Nine bulls sold for $30,900.00 withan an average of $3,433 00 Twenty-nine females sold for $67,500 00, with an average of $2,327 00. The top price for a female was $5,250.00, sold by Simon Peter Bend Ranch of Livings- ton, Texas and bought by Joe Bachmuth of Cullman. Alabama The top price for a bull was $17,000 00, sold by Joe Marchman Ranches and t* night by Clarendon Plantatio...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 October 1975

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 PAGE 11 Elgin Breeding Service Growing Steadily b> Demi Prentiss ELGIN - The Elgin Breed ing Service, located on US 290 in Elgin, operates principally as a custom collection service for area ranchers interested in using artificial insemi- nation lor their cattle herds Ur W H Caidwell of the El- gin Veterinary Hospital has been collecting and freezing seinen for breeding purposes for nearly ten years, but only during the past three or four has the operation grown to such a large scale Presently the service collects from ap- proximately 140 bulls a year and keeps from 125.000 to 140,000 ampules of semen fro- zen in its liquid nitrogen stor- age facilities, which have a maximum capacity of some 400,000 ampules Fall, winter, ami early spring are the peak collecting seasons for the service and sometimes there have been up to thirty bulls in their pens New paddocks raise the board- ing capacity to around forty...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 October 1975

THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 Let us 9 ive you ohond WITH YOUR CLASSIFIED ADS.... The Bastrop County Times COUNTY WIDE COVERAGE So You Can Sell It QUICKLY and INEXPENSIVELY!!! CALL TOD A Y! 23 7-2461 SERVICES FOR SALE Tappan Range Like new '7. f- Refrigerator Excel- lent condition 237-2206. 41-2 LIFETIME Chain Link Fences. Complete and in- stalled Free estimates Bmlders Supply Co. phone 237 2402, P O. Box 509, Smithville, Texas 78957. 28-tf SELLING 87 registered Herefords-81 horned bulls, 2 polled bulls, 4 horned females Acclimated to Gulf Coast conditions. Singles and pens of two and three 1 00p.m..Tues- day, October 21. American Legion Park, Columbus, Texas Gulf Coast Hereford Association. 41-2 FOR SALE: New and used butane systems Phone 237-2521 tf SALE! SALE! SALE! Do you have to move? Call us. Bastrop Moving & Stor- age Phone 512/321-2559 after 5 p m Call 321-2425 or 237-2521 14-tf SINGER SEWING and Vac- uum center, repair ser- vice. New and used sewing ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 October 1975

c,.«n#ra.«ot To: -Flem Courior Battruo County Ttm* THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 PAGE 13 BASTROP COUNTY TIMES / SECTIOn PdBlIC NOTICE SANTA GERTRUDIS BULLS All ages - Com- mercial or registered See I U Webb SmithviHe 237 3289 or 237 2447 tfc ■ lllllllllllljilllllllllllllllllll|||||lllll| z RANGE BULL SALE j Capital Area £ Hereford Ass'n. j | SAT.. OCT HIb | ten-Te* Livestock sc a Commission Co GIDDINGS S 83 Service Age | Hereford Bulls § Horned & Polled § ■HlitlDIHItlltHllttllinillflllliiMtlllM Need Bait Come to Hawkins Worms Help yourself service" Red Wiggler Worms Only) Bided Containers $1 00and up For special orders, phone 237-2726 606 Mills Street. Smittmtle. Texas 39 4 For real bargains in new and used furniture see smithville Furniture No 2 Main, Smithville Phone 237-2111 28-tf Loose Diamonds Price quotes Kragh's Je**Irv Bastrop, 512/321-2351 21-tf NOTICE TO BIDDERS Bastrop Indepdt School District is accenting bids for the sale...

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

PjMlw***': PAGE 14 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SM1THVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY OCTOBER 16, 1975 1 ENTERTAINMENT FOR EVERYONE ARTS Si CRAFTS PARACHUTE RIDE Six Flags Announces Bicentennial Project Arlington-One of the most popular thrill rides in his- tory, a towering parachute, drop, will be revived in mod- ern form by Six Flags Over Texas for the theme park's 1976 season. The 200-foot-tall mechani- cal giant, costing 1.5 million dollars, will lift riders 175 feet into the sky before its twelve parachutes suddenly "break loose" and plummet earthward with breathtaking speed After a spine-tingling drop of more than 30 feet, the parachutes will billow open and the rate of descent will begin to slow Six Flags General Manager Dan Howells rode a prototype of the parachute device during recent tests at a plant near Berne, Switzerland, where the ride is being fabricated He said, "The initial drop is just like jumping off a three-story building It's got to be the most exciting sen- sation eve...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 October 1975

w f <rw^|r w"*-f w~yr Supperment To: -Elqin Courisr Bastrop County Timw * WILLIAMS 100 WEST 2nd • ELGIN, 1EXAS \ T%& %>> W*S '°6 ° MINIMAX HERE'S PROOF... DISCOUNT PRICES REALLY SAVE YOU MONEY! THOUSANDS OF EVERYDAY DISCOUNT PRICES! i An important change has been made at your Minimax store to help you lower food costs. Trading stamps have been discontinued and the savings in operating costs are being passed on to you in the form of NEW LOW DISCOUNT FOOD PRICES. Today we re intro- ducing ... MINIMAX DISCOUNT PLUS As you shop your Minimax store, you will see proof of the price reductions in every de- partment. As the thousands of new price changes have been made, we've stamped the new price on each package and left the old price tor your comparison. This is proof that prices can be reduced by dropping stamps and reducing overhead costs. MINIMAX LOOK FOR THIS SYMBOL Look for this symbol in your weekly ads. It means extra savings when you shop at Mini- max. Each week we'll ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 October 1975

■WILSON'S! JLLY COOKEI ■WHOLES SLICED Seven Steak 89 Crown Roast Rib Steak USDA GOOD JUNIOR BEEF ARM CUT USDA GOOD JUNIOR BEEF 79° tin LB LOOK FOR THIS SYMBOL Look for this symbol in your weekly ads. It means extra savings when you shop at Mini- max. Each week we'll offer you special low prices made possible by manufacturer's al- lowances and special purchases by our buyers. These items will be marked in the ad with the BONUS SPECIAL symbol. Watch for them, they mean extra savings... seven full days. QUALITY, VARIETY AND SERVICE Round Steak USDA GOOD JUNIOR BEEF CHUCK ROAST USDA CHOICE PERSONALLY- SELECTED HEAVY BEEF Slab Bacon SLICED Rump Roast Sirloin Tip Ground Beef USDA Choice "PS" Bee« STEAK USOA Choice PS' Bee( Fre h-Lean Not Leu Than 80% Lewi LB LB LB Franks Franks Bologna Lunch Meat Good Value Meat or Beef Docker's Texai Si/e 12-0 Z PKG 1 LB PKG Good Value or Salami, Pickle Loaf ,ood Value picad Luncheon, iver Loaf 6-OZ PKG SOZ PKG $149 i 1 $1 99 j i $1 09 79° $109 55° 55c B...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 October 1975

•■■■ • ' , , ,v V r.V n - * f + •* r • < r • '• r' f * 4 <*• 1 * r f * * ■Bi Km KRAFT RflCLE HIP ! VI K.DAY I OVtoOlSCOUNT PRICE! 32-OZ JAR „ Comet CLEANSER EVERYDAY LOW DISCOUNT PRICE! 14 OZ CAN 26c Cookies MARY BAKER Assorted Varieties EVERYDAY LOW DISCOUNT PRICE! 3 $i ^0 PKGS WEEK-LONG BONUS SPECIALS AT MINIMAX PRICES GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY OCT 22nd LOOK AT THE 0ISC00NT PRICES LOOK AT THE DISCOUNT PRICES Cake Mixes Fruit Drinks Du neon Hi net Allotted fHit Pick Astor ted 1BHOZ BOX OZ CAN 69° Paper Towels 47c Liquid Dleach Good Value Sr o-White JUMBO QdC ROIL «9«i Potatoes Hot Dog Relish Good Value Shoestring VA-OZ CAN Viatic 10-0Z JAR 16' 39- W-GAL JUG 39c Vinegar Good Value White Vi-GAL BTL Preserves Rice Krispies Table Salt Barrta Peach 59- io-oz Kdc JAR Kellogg'* Good Value Plain or Iodized 13-OZ PKG 26-OZ CTN 13' Discount Pidcea S2^ "DiscountBotan SpmofisI Sales Rights Reserved DISCOUNTS ON FROZEN FOODS MORE DISCOUiMT PRICES Grape Juice Morning Star Fish Sticks Tater Puffs...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 October 1975

IPPIlWl 'W1 # H I -iS^' > . gg ••'. . *-* ■ ■ MINIMAX DEL MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL iCi 17 OZ CAN lili is S ■ (W:- "'-M <MTT7~1PVIH VAN CAMPS PORK 9 & BEANS C&anoz£ 4el GOOD VALUE PAPER TOWELS 1 JUMBO Mm ROLL 9CI GOOD VALUE TABLE 1 Qc SALT ioxzl 0 ft. r'hlL'lM l*KG ' V;<:' .- „■ Nt;' . : «> Ow*« ■BBSS i *■-■ • mSfCwimi *" I ■ %■".■ k*- "w.s- -T •>'«* 0*l JAW 1 35KSM JAR / * . -■, - m&k HUSBAND PLEASIN' RANCH STYLE BEANS 15-OZ | CAN SHASTA REGULAR OR DIET SODA WATER 12-OZ CAN GOOD VALUE PINTO BEANS C1 1 L.B 8AG MARY BAKER SALTiNE CRACKERS 1-1.8 BOX a * Top Choke SSii wm m ; PM wmtM . ^ 'd'- iowt tVrCU c| I stfina CAN |' tSOS 9m r uidb n-oz •Ox i 32-02 Sm \ mi , '%■: llfflOl S.tf«uto eft, GIANTS BOX m i9@ ■■;< v... ' y rn* S 4!C9Ner ■ it* -1r mi l 1 K i QT* ■ f|}lt i ^f| ,«,*1 ' tiJfT 2-HQiXi ma ' BOX , of -m< « I: '* us FIRST PICK PINK GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 46 OZi CAN GOLDEN NIP FROZEN ORANGE JUICE JggL f w, 0' W k" r'^.v'v" S5P 7JS *• S 6 OZ CAN Mil mikm &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

14icr< F. 0, ac. 1 I THIS WEEK IN CLlic (Limes; A Warning P2 C (institution PS Sports PH&V Times Premier Pi 4 Fifteen Cents % ?a0cl,te SERVING: SMITHVILIJi BASTROP, ELGIN ami ALL BASTROP COUNTY VOL. 14, NUMBER 43 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1975 MKT BICENTENNIAL SPIRIT Times Photo This MKT Bicentennial engine ami caboose panse<l in Smithville Friday morning: on lis way to Georgetown The engine will foe utilized on the regular MKT route (Granger to Austin) from now through 1976 as any other engine, except that the caboose will Utility Extension Discussed BASTROP - The Bastrop City Council's October 13 meeting dealt with a number of developments and problems that would at feet Bastrop s future growth The proposed subdivision east of Texas 95, to be developed by Joe Para more and Mike Fisher, represents an economic plus for the Bastrop community If residents for the proposed 34 single family dwellings and 28 townhomes can be found B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

Pft PACE 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. OCTOBER 23 J975 S)ur/ x inions A WARNING We have encountered complaints and resistance in our efforts to report the facts concerning the disposition of cases coming up before municipal courts and Justices of the Peace in Bastrop County Members of the public, including those whose names have appeared in court records in the paper, complain that it is an invasion of privacy Members of the local judiciary complain that the results of such cases are not really public record There have been some people in the area who have defended us by saying that printing the names and details of offenders is a deterrant to crime because when people know their name will be 111 print they will think twice about speeding and drinking in public To both our accusers and our defenders 1 can only say 'bunk The Sixth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States says it simply and clearly: "In all criminal prosecutions, the accused s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

Br %' «* . <• * - * .... ' • - f r r "i *fP¥ '^J THURSDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 789*7 PAGE j Pros And Cons Of New Constitution Aired * * * JOl# I I 1 Lit- pay ?r My I of liui 1 not When Texas voters to to the polls Tuesday, November 4, 1975, they will have the op Pv'tunity to vote on a com- plete revision of the state's Constitution for the first time Vrt 100 years There will be eight separate propositions on the ballot Each proposal will be voted on .separately, ami each will be either approved or defeated by a majority of the voters with out affectlnK the approval or rejection of the others. You will find that there are a multitude of arguments both for and against most of the amendments, and for and against a total revision or a partial revision of the Con- stitution Generally, proponents point out that the proposed (onstitu ttpn is the result of much effort on the part of the first Constitutional Convention to meet in 100 years, and cit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

PAGE 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78857 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1175 I Heritage Society Goals Set Dear Friends, SMITH VILLE - Did you know that many treasures of the past history of Smithville have been lost because of carelessness, fire and indif- Celebration To Be Held November 2nd ROCKNE - The Wedding Anniversary Celebration for couples married 25, 50 or more years in 1975, living in Uie Lockhart Deanery, which includes Sacred Heart Parish Rockne. St Mary's Parish, String Prairie, and St Mary's Parish, Lockhart. will beheld November 2 in the St Mary's Cathedral in Austin at 4 p.m. His Excellency the Most Reverend Bishop Vincent Harris. Bishop of the Austin Diocese, will officiate at the r ceremony Persons planning to attend are requested to be at church by 3 30 p m Couples married26 through 49 years will be honored in thetr parishes at a date to be announced later The ceremony will beheld to honor all couples who have made a success of the.r marriage by being marri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

. THURSDAY,OCTOBER 23, 1975 Hallo ween Festivities THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMt.S. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 5 PTO Parade Scheduled SMITHVILLE - Nine cata- «ories have teen announced .(or this yens PTO Halloween ..Parade, which wili be held .Saturday, October 25. Chair- person Shirley Cameron an- nounced the catagories as: Most Halloween, Best Witch, Best Ghost, Most Comical, Scariest, Most Beautiful, Best Couple, Best Group and Best Decorated Wheels Judging in the various ca* agones will begin at 4:15 p n Kirtley News Bv Mrs. W R timer Birthday Observed A dinner was given Sunday at the home oI Mr and Mrs Eddie Korenek of Smithville to celebrate Eddie's birthday The guests were their brother, Mr A E Miller of Kirtley; their daughters and sons in-laws, Mr and Mrs. Paul Karisch, Jr and faintly of Houston, and Mr and Mrs Jerry Ziminerhantel of Sons Of Herman Will Hold Meeting 1 The Sons of Herman will fetild their regular meeting Thursday evening October 23, 1975 at 7;00 o'clock at the A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

F page i MRS. BAIRD S STA-FRESH ^ ME A DO LA Kb 1 POUND QUARTERS DELTA 0 ROLLS itiewi/aiueA SOFTEES 54 COUNT JOSfPH COTTON SWABS IHt BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVII I K, TEXAS "8 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1975 CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL CORN 303 3/'1.00 i; M- KRAUT - CATSUP PEACHES EEANS 14 OZ. CUT GREEN & SLICED 3/89 3 for 79< GOLDEN GRAIN MAC & CHEESE DINNERS - SHASTA SODA WATER all flavors 69< 'A Gal. Blu« Boll HELLORINE 69 Yi Gal. Superior Les or Meliorine 69' SHACKS"'.*" 92 POPSICLES - DREAMSICLES FUOGSICLES - REFXESHOS FLOUR YELLOW ROSE 5 POUNDS 79 KRAFT AMERICAN SINGLES -12 OZ CHEESE >1 09 BLACKBURN'S APPLE -18 OZ. JELLY 55< SUGARY SAM - 2'/2 CAN YAMS 49< BLUE RIBBON - 2 LBS. RICE 65< MORTON HOUSE PLAIN -15 OZ CHILI 65< jES HICKORY SMOKED BACON BOLOGNA OR BEEF BOLOGNA 12 OZ RATH 12 OZ. 39 89' RATH WEINERS ALL MEAT OR PURE BEEF 12 OZ 79 ATH SUMMER SAUSAGE 6 OZ. 65' RATH SALAMI 12 OZ. 89' (pal F7o7§n_FoodBuiJs! %■* FROSTY ACRES Orange Juice *° -4/95e Fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

• ' > 4' ** *'' THURSDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMf;S, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS ','8957 PAGE 7 k Follow the Tigers to Weimar as the Tigers go after their fifth victory of the year against the Wildcats. SMITHVILLE TIGERS VS. WEIMAR WILDCATS in Weimar Friday, Oct. 24 8 p The following businesses and merchants are urging the Tigers on to victory: Quality Chevrolet - Buick Co. 300 I Thir4 J>hon« 237 iW'i Vacek Pharmacy 206 Main Phone 237 236-1 Feeder Supply W 2nd & Ramon* Phone 237 2420 First State Bank 201 Main Phone 237-3222 Saunders Ins. Agency 305 Main Builders Supply 704 E Third j, Phone 237-2402 Plum. 237 256 . 'jjMy yprnr. jjf ^ ^ Smithville Smith Food Lockers Pharmacy 305 Royston 219 Main Phone 237 2438 Phone 237 2211 Clarence's Marrs & Deans Refrigeration Florist & Electric 106 Olive 205 K 2nd Phone 237-2156 Phone 237-2425 Marhil E. O. Sharp Manufacturing 113 W*>st 2nd Butane Co. 304 West Third Phone 237-3212 Phone 237-2521 Western Auto 217 Main 237...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

PAGE 8 THfc BASTROP COUNTY TIMKS, SMITHVILLE, TKXAS 78957 THUKSDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1975 Smithville 21 Giddings 15 La Grange 42 Weimar 0 Luling 2i Hays Cons. 7 Hallettsville 14 Elgin 28 Bastrop 7 Hearne 13 Quarterback Club Has TicketsOn Sale / SMITHViLLE - The Quar- terback Club wants to remind everyone that tickets are still on sale for prizes to be given away November 14 at the La Grange football game You can get them from members of the Club and at all football g.*mes here at home Please consider helping The cost is a $i 00 donation per ticket or you can get eleven for $10,00 donation. Think about it - couldn't you use a 9" Zenith Portable TV or a Mr Coffee or how about 100 pounds Top Quality pecans donated by Foree Farms? Think it over and pitch in and help. Mike Milligan Winner Of 400 lbs.of Meat SMITHVILLE - Mike Milligan of San Antonio was the Iuckv holder of the win- ning raffle ticket drawn at Friday night's Smithville- Giddings football game, bring- ing him the freezer-ready m...

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