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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 January 1978

THURSDAY. JANUARY 26. 1978 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS ^8957 SI ( . I. PAGES Sons of Hermann Hold Installation Louis B. Engelke of San Antonio, grand pres- ident of the Order of the Sons of Hermann in Tex- as. will install officers of four area Hermann Sons lodges in ceremonies set for 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 29, in the Deanville Her- mann Sons Lodge Hall. He will be assisted by Alex Fraser, San Antonio attorney and associate legal counsel for the Or- der,* Mrs. Bobbie Wirt Orgonas of Houston, member of the Home for the Aged Committee; Mrs. Loretta Chilek of Giddings, member of the Fraternal Activities Committee; and Tom Far- ley 'of San Antonio, grand inner guard and Grand Loctge district supervis- or.; Having their officers installed will be Giddings Lodge No. 54, Bryan Lodge No. 99, Paige Lodge No. 154, and Dean- ville Lodge No. 301. Host for .the event will be the Deanville lodge. The 74,000-member Sons of Hermann, es- tablished in Texas in 1860 by German pioneer Jus...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 January 1978

specials for jan. 26-feb, 1 USDA CHOICE HEAVY BEEF SIRLOIN STEAK USDA r.HOICF HFAVY BEEF PIKES PEAK ROASI • s1" S129 USDA CHOICE HEAVY BEEF RIB EYE ■ s2" 1 i I I OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7a ///. -9 p.m. PERMAR USDA CHOICE HEAVY BEEF ROUND STEAK ■ !1 USDA CHOICE HEAVY BEEF T BONE STEAK • s1" USDA CHOICE HEAVY BEEF RUMP ROAST • !1 FRESH MADE CUTLETS ■ s1" FRESH LEAN GROUND BEEF ■ 89 BONELESS STEW MEAT • SMOKED J & B ALL BEEF SAUSAGE ■ M4' DEL MONTE OR GREEN GIANT $1.29 TAMI( IS Anil liH Anlackl PIAYTEX* NEW TAMPONS PLAYTIX* JO CT o* PLUS TAMPONS ONLY $1.49 (l?t off label) 100 count $1.49 i hi DIGEL' tiauiu AntlOM Anlat M 14 01. °o toxff Super ( hi SchK Injec 12 o/., LIQUID $1.49 15 count fm ; i 100 count 99( (5§J $1.69 DESENEX AEROSAL 6 o z. $1.75 ISO count DIAPARE Ni BABY WASH CLOTH $1.75 8 0£. EVENFLO COLORED PLASTIC BABY BOTTLES 39tf I Enter the RATH BIG HELP" SWEEPSTAKES WIN SUNBEAM KITCHEN APPLIANCES [£] iltspl.iV nui . ..... .. - .... 36 count 39C SWEET PEAS lift 1 SALAD CHERRIES ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 January 1978

•1 I I I I I I i i l I i I I i l I I I i I i I I % IBastrnp Glnlnttu (Litttes 0 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ! I I I I I I I rl I I I I I I I lei I I l l I t I fl Id I i i I -J •O, THURSDAY. JANUARY 26. 1978 SEC. II. PAGE I In Smithville Tourney Bears/Doggettes Champs by Karla Wallace Bastrop Bear Junior Varsity and the Flatonia Dogettes each took home first place trophies, donat- ed by the Smithville Fed- eral Savings & Loan Asso- ciation, from Smithville's annual B-team Invita- tional Basketball Tourna- ment held this weekend. In the boys division, the Luling Eagles, in second place, Moulton Bobkatz, with third place, and the LaGrange Leop- ards, taking consolation, became victors in the finals. Smithville Tigerettes, Lockhart Lionettes, and Manor Mustangs, with second, third, and consol- ation, respectively, were the champions in the women's division. Receiving the honor of "All-Tourney" male players were Wade Med- lin of Smithville, Glenn Minzenmeyer...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 January 1978

SEC. II. PAGE 2 THE BAiTlOrCOUHTr tici, SMCTHVILLE. TEXAS 78951 Tigerettes Trampled, 61-47 J HURSDAY. JANUARY 2t>. 1978 by Robert Buscha Thai was the score of Bastrop-61, Smith- last week's battle between ville-47, the Heard tes and the iMiirrrrfniiiiiiiiiiuiiHirrrpiiHn^ The Coffee Shop Smithville, Tx 4 Open 6:00 a.m. Daily i * « Closed Sun. 2:00 p.m. 4 Closed Monday Breakfast Special < 2 eggs, bacon or sausage j Bisquits or toast $1.25 : « Lunches served 11:00 a.m. « $1.85 Daily $2.50 Sundays • Home Made Stew & Chili Get In ShapeI This Weeks Special Ladies Jogging Shoes on sole this week $12w Regular $16.* Hours: Tues. - Fri. 2:00-6:00 Sat. 10:00 -6:00 Closed Sun. & Mon. + 205 Olive 1025 Main SmithvHIe Bastrop 4? Sports Speciality I igcrcttrv Bastrop, shin- ing with brilliance during parts of the game, easily polished off the Smithville girls and grabbed an un- disputed lead in District 25-AA. I he Tigerettes and J/eareftes came into the matchup as the league's only u...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 January 1978

iMi JAM \ixjt>. GS Begin Cookie Sales What has become an annual American tra- diton—Girl Scout cookie sales—will begin in Smithville on January 27 and continue through February 13, according to cookie chairwoman, Mrs. George C. Burns. This year mint, choc- olate chip, vanilla and chocolate creme, Scot- tea (shortbread), and Savannah (peanut butter) cookies and cheddarette crackers will be available. Troops earn IK per package sold. Individual girls earn patches, day camp and Camp Texlake (resident camp) Camper- ships as well as help raise funds for the coun- cil. The funds help local girls participate in national and international Girl Scout events, to purchase equipment and property in their behalf, and to help balance the council operating budget. Some 70 million boxes of cookies are expected to be sold nationally this year by approximately 2.7 million Girl Scouts. News Of Area Servicemen Specialist Four Bobby J. Thompson, son of Mrs. Lettie Thompson, 1912 North Hill St., Bastr...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 January 1978

SKC. II. l'A(il 4 I h i- RASTSOPC ()l NTY TIMES. SMI I H\ ILLt; TEXAS 7M Fresh garden & flower SEEDS have just arrived at both stores in time for spring planting SUPERIOR DAIRIES CHOCOLATE MILK QUART ♦ Take a trip to LONGS- Walk slowly down the ai] X your favorite foods add a pinch of money and c X ingredients at the Check-out and see the savings you RIB STEAK ROEGELEIN FRANKS 12 OZ. PKG. oil SUPERIOR DAIRIES HALF £f HALF c SUPERIOR DAIRIES &■££ econ-o-pak MILK SUPERIOR DAIRIES econ-o-pak MILK SUPERIOR DAIRIES 11/2% lowfatMILK family pack pork chops $129 LB. Gal. V Ctn. SUPERIOR DAIRIES Vi % lowfatMILK Gal Ctn. LOWFAT MILK Half Gal. COOKID FRESH LB. PKG. OWENS PURE POR| sausage LB. ROEGELEIN SIGNATURE QUALI1 sliced bacoi LB. ROEGELEIN CANNED PICNICS 3 LB. CAN SHOULDER roast LB. turkey hindquarters chuck roast ranch style beans 300 SIZE CANS t'bby/ | ubby> v t-ibbu/ 1/ ,1 A PAMPERS ' toddlers 12'S $149 ~CHARMIN toilet tissue 4 ROLL PACK- LIBBY'S kraut 303 CANS GREEN GIANT ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 January 1978

willHVlLLt fEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. JANUARY 26. SEC II PAfiF.5 >wly down the aisles. Select <! money and combine the he savings you have made. <> FRESH GROUND BEEF LB. PKG. 3 lb. PKG. 0 BE WISE ISHOPI STORE HOURS FOR BIG STORE mon. Thru SAT. 7 A M. TiLL 6 P.m LONG'S LONG'S 1201 CHESTNUT ST REFT IJv SPEC'M_S LONG VI) GOOD jan- 26 through feb. 1, 1978 k i EE iirr - Two Stores To Serve You Better BEER & WINE Sold Only At STAR MART STORE ) SUPERMARKET WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT SVLES [NS PURE PORK sausage iELEIN IATURE QUALITY^ :ed bacon fresh produce U.S. NO. 1 COLORADO \ . . tvv; H / -^YELLOW onions HOME GROWN GREEN CABBAGE STORE HOURS WEEKDAYS SUNDAYS 8:10 A.M. TILL *> P.M. IP/. TILL 9 P.M. falstaff fine light beer 6cp^k $125 LB CHUCK STEAKS VINE RIPE TOMATOES $ i .ucky leaf iple juice I-. — '> -CST LB. U. S. NO. 1 COLORADO RUSSET POTATOES 10 LB. BAG 5 LB. BAG CALIFORNIA FRESH avocados $4 00 SIZE 70s $ 20 LB. BAG texas ORANGES SHOP OUR FINE wine SELECTION OLE GO...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 January 1978

SEC II. PAGE6 1 HI BAM KOP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLH. TEXAS 78957 Deer Hunting Winners Announced I he results of the pop ular deer hunting content for (he 1977 hunting sea- son were announced Thursday at the rcuular monthly meeting of the Bastrop County Soil and Water Conservation Dis- TOWER"1" . IN BASTROP :J21 2177 Sit Sun B"> i (I I't |*iii Shut* Sf, rt* pin Mmu Yr\ fitOffi« - Ojh i irI • | n Mpm* V<M11*ry i 11hKM \W HNMHAV ADULTS 2.00 CHILD-under 12 ir Thurs-Fri-Sat Jan. 26-28 Sontetlmes when you reach lot <1 tinwn you have to leave viiiH'tlniH) behind IpvMvIi/c Jan. 28 Late Show Box office opens 10:45 p.m. Sponsored for High School Band "I w.inl I'vcryhoilv to run out .uiit we tills movie!" 'lake any kills you can lay your tiantlM on!" BUG6Y MALONC in( ijk A IWfntxml 0% Sun-Mon-Tues Jan. 29-31 Shock Waves Peter Cushing (PG) trict. Tying for first place were Billy Re id of Ko- sanky and Kevin Cole of Elgin. Second place went to lummy Corbett of Bastrop, while Turner Shel...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 January 1978

I THURSDAY. JANUARY 2b. IQ7B_ Obituaries rHE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Catching Buck Catching. 81, of Red Rt>ck died in Seton Hospital. Austin. Tues- day. Jan. 17. at noon, following a massive stroke suffered Jan. 15. Rev. Gerald Dickerson of Austin, former pastor of the Bateman Baptist Church, officiated at the service held Thursday. Jan. 19, held in the New- by Funeral Home. Bas- trop, at 2 p.m. Interment was held in Bateman Cemetery. Pall- bearers were grandsons. Mike Catching, Boyd Catching, Luling; neph- ews, Henry Nick Smith, Bastrop, and Leon Smith. West Point; and friends. Wayne Meuth, Austin, and Richard Spurlock of Bateman. Survivors include three sons, B. C. Catching of Luling. Buford Catching of Bastrop, and Lloyd Catching of Gonzales; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchil- dren; one brother, Strub- er Catching of San An- tonio; and one sister. Allie Smith of Bastrop. Mr. Catching, son of the late Frank Catching, and Lou Smith Catching, was bo...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 January 1978

SI C . II. PAOFM THK BASTKOP COUNTY TIMES. SMI'I HVILLh. TfcXAS 7JWS7 IHLRSDAY. JANUARY 26. 1978 liastrnjj (Comity Widest County Readership (Eiutes CLASSIFIED Phone Today! Bastrop Off ice 321 -5721 SmithvilleOffice 237-2461 Full County Coverage For Sale Services Public Notice mployment MONUMENTS Memorial of Endur- ing Beauty. A complete line of Quality Granites Honest Dependable Service. Reasonable- Prices. All work fully guaranteed. Temple (iranitc Works. Mr*. I'M, i'esl, Kep resentalive, HOI Wilkes, Smithville. f «■*, 7H* 5>7. Ph. 2.17-27.10 FOR RI ai birgtina in new and used furniture. No. 2, Main Street, Smith ville. Phone 237 2111 Fruit trees, onion sets, roses, and other plants. Mrs J. I Hribek. 7(X) llud^ins, Smithville, phone 2.17 2HVJ 2 lit I OH SAI.I New and used butane systems. Phone 2.17 2521 MAY I OK SAII Well fertilized heavy wire lied bales of Johnson Kiass «Sc Heglra. located I mile north of Smith ville. Call 71.1/242 .15(H). 44 tfc LOOSE DIAMONDS Price quotes • K...

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

]J|W « i i^astrup -er(U,f > °o. Bo* >. V*n tr % ■%■ 1 i 1 L 20 SERVING: SMITHVILLE. BASTROP, ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY VOL. 87. NO. 5 FIVE SECTIONS. 30 PAGES THURSDAY. FHBRUAR\ Voting Suit Filed AUSTIN—The Bastrop County judge, commissioners, and Demo- cratic party chairman were sued in Austin federal court Thursday, Jan. 26th. The same day similar suits were Hied against Williamson, Falls, and Robertson Counties. The suit tiled bv Luis M. Segura on behalf of Rudy Hernandez, Frank Martinez, and Harvey Westbrook against Bastrop County seeks reap- portionment of county voting dis- tricts. The plaintiffs allege that the commissioners' court has set pol- itical district boundaries that serve to divide and dilute the ethnic vote in county elections. Alleging representation of both black and Mexican-Americans as a class, as well as themselves, the plaintiffs are asking U.S. District C ourt Judge Jack Roberts to declare existing districts unconstitutional. The suit seeks new bound...

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

THURSDAY. FEBRUARY l. 1978 7 HI BASTROP C OUNTY TIMES, SM17 HVILLE, TEXAS 78957 SEC I. PAGE 2 Upinions Carters Little Pills With the seriousness of a ( P A. and the solemnness of a boot hill grave- digger ,t,c federal Office of Management and Budget, has proposed a reorganization of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The OMB's master plan calls for taking out of the Department of Agriculture the Forest Ser- vicc. Soil Conservation Service and all food regulatory agencies and plac- ing thcrn in the Department of the Interior, Food and Drug Administration, Health Education and Welfare, plus other departments. In some case* traditional Dept. of Agriculture functions would he placed in newly created "super" agencies. Should this come to pass ranchers and farmers will have no real cabinet post Ihr traditional lines of communications will he spread out through a do/cn bureaucratic channels all over the foggy bottomland known as Wash- ington, DC. Write your Congressman. Tell him you prefe...

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

THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 2. DPS Candidates Sought The Texas Department of Public Safety has open- ings for 110 candidates to fill a basic training school scheduled to start Mav 23, 1978. To apply you must be between the ages of 20 and 35, be of high moral character, be in excel- lent health and have com- pleted 60 semester hours of college. Upon completing the .police training at the Academy in Austin the .candidates will be as- signed to the DPS field services of Highway Patrol, License and Weight or Driver License and Motor Vehicle In- spection. Interested applicants should immediately con- tact their nearest DPS Troopers for further in- formation. The Department is an equal opportunity employ- er. THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHV1LLE, TEXAS 78957 SEC I. PAGE 3 d Los Amigos A Learning Experience MOVING DAY—A building donated by Dwight Nance of Texas Cedar Products found a home at the Smithville Airport. The building was given to the Smithville flying club and will be used as a pilots' ...

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

Sir. I PAGF 4 CONTADINA — TOMATO SAUCE 5 89c w mm, van mm?, ■fbViJfti CONTADINA tomato paste 6 OZ. $ CANS DEL MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL 303 CAN ROUND STEAK Jv VEG ALL mixed vegetables \ t-bone STEAK LB. SIRLOIN 303 CANS QQQ.fr STEAK QUALITY MEATS CARLTON'S CHICKEN & HAM SALADS 7V2 OZ. PKG. CARLTON'S HEAD CHEESE 8 OZ. ^ PKG. I Hoot mon, dlna ken SAVI come to longs , FLING at SAVINGS. Aye be proud of you when hel get for so little outlay. Evl appreciate your canny them some extra fancies! put off the TREAT to SA DEL MONTE SPINACH 303 CANS SLICED beef LIVER ROEGELEIN SIGNATURE QUALITY FRANKS 12 OZ. PKG. LB. * Cornish Hens MARTHA WHITE corn muffin mix 7% OZ. (4 00 BOXES E LB. PKG. FRESH GROUND 3 LB. PKG. RATH'S-SUCED BOLOGNA SALAMI-SPICED LUNCHEON LUNCH MEATS c 22 Oz. EACH - DECKER SLICED BACON MAZOLA NO-STIC LIMIT 3 CANS PER CUSTOMER 9 OZ. CAN GOLDEN GRIDDLE SYRUP 24 OZ. BOTTLE LB. ^ PKG. •k-kit-kick-kit* Air++ ++•* it it-kick* ^ GREEN GIANT SWEET PEAS CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL^ FRESH...

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

SIC I. CAGE5 STORE HOURS FOR BIG STORE MON. Thru SAT. 7 A.M. TILL 6 P.M WISE 1203 CHESTNUT S1REET SPECIALS * LONG AI) GOOD FEB 2ND THROUGH FEB. 8TH 1978 I wo Stores To Serve You Better BEER & WINE Sold Only At STAR MART STORE ) SUPERMARKET STORE HOURS WEEKDAYS SUNDAYS 8:30 A M TILL 9 P.M. I P.M. TILL 9 P.M. FALSTAFF FINE LIGHT §4 25 BEER V " wk f. tiii; ki<;ht to i.imit svlks : '• t mon, dlna ken SAVINGS like I do? Then ie to LONGS and have a REAL NG at SAVINGS. Aye lassie, your mon will roud ot you when he sees how much you for so little outlay. Even the wee ones will reciate your canny ways when you get n some extra fancies they'll enjoy. Don't off the TREAT to SAVE another day. HONEY BOY PINK SALMON NO. 1 TALL CAN FROZEN FOODS FROSTY ACRES ORANGE JUICE wp* 6 PACK SHOP OUR FINE WINE SELECTION TOPPS ROUND TOP BREAD Jf 27c EACH OR 1 LB. $ t LOAVES FOR p, p ^ ret Kltzl f ruit CobbUr i- w . ) V PET RITZ COBBLERS $108 26 OZ. I OLE GOLD BEER 65 6 PACK GLASS OR CANS STAR-LITE SAND...

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

SIX. I. PAG I <1 I HE BASTKOPCOUNTY TIMES. SMfTHVILLE. TEXAS 7H957 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 19'M Trustees Complete School Tour Seen through a modern exercUe machine, members of the SISD Board of Irustees arc intpectin^ charts thai log the progress of male students in personal physical (lines*. -Times Photo Collision Hospitalizes Two SMI'IIIVIMI' A collision in- volving a car and an empty tanker truck on Highway 71 hospitalized two Saturday night. The car, a re built '65 Chevrolet, ran the stop sign at the intersection of Highway 71 and Fawcett Street and was hit by the truck, owned by I* II In- dustrie* of Ifouston. Following the accident, a brief fight broke out among the passen- gers of the car, necessitating inter- vention by the police. Subsequent- ly, the driver, age 17, charged with running a stop sign and driving w ith expired (1976) license plates. The driver and two of the three passen gcrs. all juveniles, were held by police for refusal to produce I I).. thev were released...

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

THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 197& rs THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE. TEXAS ^895^ Hastr SEC . I. PAGE 7 L. Widest County Readership (Times CLASSIFIED W Phone Today! Bastrop Off ice 321 -5721 SmithvilleOffice 237-2461 Full County Coverage For Sale Services Public Notice mployment MONUMENTS Memorial of Endur- ing Beauty. A complete line of Quality Granites. Honest ' Dependable Service, Reasonable Prices. All work fully guaranteed. Temple Granite Works, Mrs. C.M. Pesl, Rep- resentative. 801 Wilkes, Smithville, Tex, 78957. Ph. 237-2730. FOR REAL bargains in new and used furniture. No. 2, Main Street, Smith- ville. Phone 237-2111. HAY" FOR SALE! Weil fertilized heavy wire- tied bales of Johnson grass & Hegira. Located 1 mile north of Smith- ville. Call 713/242-3500. 49-tfc LOOSE DIAMONDS Price quotes - Kragh's Jewelry. Bastrop 512/ 321-2351. FOR SALE New and used butane systems. Phone 237-2521. Offices & Storage Buildings Free Delivery - Bank Financing 410 E. Ben White Austin (...

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

SEC. I. PA<;K« THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1978 | ROBIHSON S IIY^family ^ fashions SALE SPECIALS! PANT SUITS MISSY & </i SIZE REGULAR NOW $15" $9" SLACKS MISSY « Vi SIZE REGULAR $10"' to $14" NOW $6"' to $8" BLOUSES SELECT GROUP REDUCED 'A TO Vi DRESSES REGULAR & LONG DRASTIC REDUCTIONS SELECT GROUP HANDBAGS LEATHERS & VINYLS WERE $9" to $19" NOW $5" to $12" SHOES-BOOTS DRESS, CASUAL, CANVAS, GAUCHO REGULAR $5" to $49" NOW $3" to $29" JUNIOR DENIM GAUCHO SKIRTS WERE $14" NOW $7" GIRLS'GAUCHO BOOTS REGULAR NOW $16" to $24" $9" to $14" CHILDREN'S SHOES CONVERSE TENNIS STRIDE-RITE LEATHER VS TO Vi OFF CHILDREN'S SWEATERS, JACKETS, SHIRTS, VESTS, PANTS 'A ■ Vt OFF KOBIHSOHS LOVE MONTH Dear Customers: FE3RUARY IS HfVE M^NTH at ROBINSON'S FAMILYFASHIONS To express our love and to celebrate our 5TH ANNIVERSARY, we are offering you specials we know you'll HJVE. We've slashed prices on scores of items you'll have to see to believe I For five years, we have searched for a way to h...

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

(I be Bastrop GJulmtu (Ettites THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1978 SEC. II. PAGE I They Never Had A Chance Tigers Trample Brahmas by Karla Wallace They never had a chance. Dwight Stockton's Smithville Tigers had an absolutely marvelous Friday night. Never have 1 seen the Tigers plav with such finesse, such con- fidence, and such team- work. The outwitted Hal- lettsville Brahmas never had a chance and were soundly defeated 70-44. Rogers Anderson whipped out the Tigers first seven points and set the pace for the rest of the game. A well- timed feed by Anderson to Terry Wayne Johnson pushed the Tigers' lead up to 21-10 at the end of the first quarter. Led bv Terry Johnson, Willie Ray Deary, Eric Anderson, Alan Hemp- hill, and Michael Garcia scored enough points be- fore halftime to bring the score to Smithville 37, Hallettsville 22. Smithville seemed to be getting the breaks and cashed in on the major- ity of them. This good fortune cannot be termed as just a stroke of luck, for the Tigers were...

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

SEC. II. PAGE 2 I HI HAS I HUP C OUN'I y I IMI.S. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 Hl'RSDAY. FEBRUARY 2, I9?ij Sabrsula Reigns had "0 10, Thanks For A Perfcct Sea von" prim- ed on the back. The boy* then announced the new ly selected Football Sweetheart, Carrie Sabr Mjla, and each collected a kits. Winding up the pro- gram, the Varsity and JV cheerleaders led in sin# ing the school son# 0-10 PERF£cj SEASON Carrie Sabrsula, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mr*. John Sabrsula. was choten as the 1977 78 Football Sweetheart at the Fifty- third annual Smithville Tiger Football Banquet, Saturday, Jan. 28, at the Smithville High School Cafetorium. Toastmistress Carrie Sabrsula, head varsity cheerleader, opened the ceremonies with a wel- come speech, and intro- duced Rev. Orion l^rwis to give the invocation. Following a delicious dinner of roast beef with gravy, creamed potatoes, French stvle green bean* with cream of chicken soup and French fried onion rings, black cherry salad, and homemade bread, HikIi Scho...

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