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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVIL1E, TKXAS 78957 It c s, t 1; Hffoku) Hawat ojj FcwlSaw# WESSELS SUPERETTE KING SIZE Tide's In... Dirt sO, TIDE3!89 22 OZ. SMACZNEE 32 OZ. POLISH DILLS 69 PICKLES 69 RAISINS — 69 CHERRIES °N° 49 OLIVES fOWIt STUFFED 7 OZ JOHNSTON'S GRAHAM CRACKER PIE CRUSTS 49 MUSSELMAN 303 PIE CHERRIES 49 COCONUT 89 (f% WW W Wfe M BAKER S CHOCOLATE FLAVORED mW Kj| l#tlllrSI ,20Z &+F a G LADI0LA**s>**ce> *&a \ GLADE SOLID ROOM DEODORIZER t OZ FLOUR FLOUR CORN MEAL 5 POUNDS 25 POUNDS e*S MIX - 6 1 STOVE TOP DRESSING 49< ACCENT '*«• 99c FRENCH DRESSING 7«A..oz. 49< ARROW FOIL NCH 29< FABRIC SOFTNER «ain,« r 4eoz $1.69 DELTA TOWELS jumbo roll 2for 79^ LISTERINE 20 OZ i- 1 $ 1 < t ME ADO LAKE 5 Lbs. 1POUND STARTS DEC. 18 ENDS DEC. 27 CLOSED CHRISTMAS DA Y
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
**:*>, *As i THURSDAY. DECEMBER 18, \<JT THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 789*7 CABBAGE 10' GREEN ONIONS 19' CELERY 49' BANANAS 2 - 45' LETTUCE 3 • M™ CARROTS 19' BAG APPLES 69' BAG ORANGES 69' BAG SPUDS • "■ 99' TOMATOES ">" 39' 1 FOLGER'S COFFEE 1 POUND $429 ®aar FROSTY ACRES ORANGE JUICE FROSTY ACRES GREEN PEAS 4 - 95' 29' * PHILADELPHIA CREAM 6 OZ FROSTY ACRES £AS ,ooz FROSTY ACRES PEAS Si CARROTS 27' PET RiTZ DEEP DISH PIE SHELLS 53' PET RITZ REGULAR PIE SHELLS 41' CHEESE 8 OZ. FROSTY ACRES FROSTY WHIP 9 OZ 49' ☆ Cream Style or Whole Kernel IMPERIAL POWDERED SUGARS SLICED OR HALVES 2 ]A SIZE 7V'7 OZ 1 3 Va OZ 1 Pound Box 3 $ FOR CORN PEACHES SAUCE TOMATO CATSUP GREEN BEANS SWEET PEAS FRUIT COCKTAIL 39 PEAS SNAPS 4 *1 45 37 3/89 2/89 3/49 2/79 4A1 4/$l SUGARY SAM YAMS gRRR HI HpHI HPS OCEAN SPRAY SAUCE CRANBERRY 300 Size SHORTENING MRS. TUCKERS 3 LB. CAN '1.29 m SUPERIOR DAIRIES EGG IMOG *•" 950 DIPS *°! 600 LES COTTAGE CHEESE -700 | WHIPPING CREAM 590 BRA CH...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
Z 'W*? £& THE BASTROP C OUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. DECEMBER IB, 1975 As Your C-C Sees It Try Smithville first for your Christmas shopping You save precious time, frazzled nerves, high priced gasoline, and in most cases a beautiful lift wrap is free! Don't knock it ttll you try it' c-c Recent Dollar Day winners were J C. Glass who was at Huebel's Garage when his name was called, Mrs Louis VaJek at Builders Supply, Mrs Howard Tiner at Winn s and Felix Zimmerhanzel al Wessels Superette Be sure and be in town Fleming Hospital IN-PATIENTS Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mr Mil be! Strong Theresa Griffin Hilma Ballerstadt Adelle Bragg Myrtls Desby John Nygard Mrs. Adele Kastner Mr. Cecil Miller DISMISSALS Mrs Phyllis Burns Mrs Ella Owens Mr Rufus Daughtry Mrs. Elma Lane Mr. Lambert Peterson Mrs Beatrice Moore Christmas Eve There will be some extra names drawn for bonus awards c-c Rental living accom- modations in SmithviUe are scarcer than hen's teeth The Chamber of Commerce c...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
mm :,WV'' ' K THUHSDAY DECI.MBt.K 18, 197'. THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLZ, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 11 CHRISTMAS CONCERT Times Photo by Hicky Jtiliano Smithville sixth grade, junior high and high school bands enter- tained jmrents awl visitors *ith ,i Christmas Concert Monday evening, December 8 Here, the Junior High Band under the direction of Byron Engie performs State Bar Creates Center AUSTIN - The creation of thfs Center for Correctional Services was announced today by the State Bar of Texas State Bar Executive Director, H C Plttman, said that, "The establishment of the Texas Center for Cor- rectional Services, which is funded by a grant from the Criminal Justice Division of the Governor's Office, per- mits the consolidation of sev- erai current Bar related pro- jects with some additional projects under a single umbrella and provides for in- creased flexibility and ability to respond to the needs of !.he correctional system for Bar related services TheCeiilei will be responsible...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
* ,, n • •; 4k PAGE 12 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1975 The Bastrop County Times COUNTY WIDE COVERAGE.. You Can Sell l! QUICKLY and INEXPENSIVELY!!! Call Georgia Ziats At 237-2461 TODAY! Read The Classifieds ... I1XX1NC IIICII&IjCW You might find what your looking for!!! LIFETIME Chain Link Fences Complete ami in- stalled Free estimates. Builders Supply Co pbone 237-2402, PO Box 509, Smithville, Texas 78957 28-tf FOR SALE; New and used butane systems Phone 237 2521 tf 14 cubic loot refrigerator, good condition,$60; new box sprfngs and full sited mattress $4r> Raymond Butler, Route 1, Pecan Grove FOR SALE ~ 1970 Dodge Polara, radio, air, heat- er, new tires, good run- ning condition Call 237- 2719 after 4pm SINGER SEWING ami Vac- uum center, repair ser- vice. New and used sewing machines and vacuum cleaners. Authorized Sing- er Dealer, 1108 East Travis, La Grange, Texas 713/968-5923 6-tf 1971 Ford Bronco-V-8- AC- Many Extras- < $...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
1 -Ljup ■ THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1915 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 18957 PAGE 13 BA ST ROP COUNTY TIMES ♦. mmmm ■W- ■ LEGAL NOTICE CITATION Hi PUBLICATION TO Any Sheriff or Con- stable Within th> Stale of Texas You are hereby com- manded tu cause u In* published once each week tor four consecutive weeks, the first publics* tion to be at least twenty- eight days before the re- turn date thereof, in a newspaper printed in Bastrop County Texas, the accompanying cilj lion. of which the follow itlg is a true copv CITATION BY PUBLICATION The Stale of Texas TO The Heirs and Un- known heirs of Roitert and Martha Leonard Ui> heirs ami unknown heirs of Cara aka Cary or Caro) Leonard the heirs of Charles Leonard, and all persons claiming title or an interest under the deed from A W Moon to Robert Leonard which deed was dated March 18. 1880 Defendants in the cause numbered amJstyl- ed hereundei Y'.ju are fcersfe* com- maroSt'J to appear before the Honorable District Court. ...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
PAGE 14 . THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SM1THVILLE, TEXAS 78951 THURSDAY, DECEMBER It, 1975 STUFF! tr% * WjtSff!! Km4V«W ."■■ ■ '«*■- ■ «r.> 1/2 on nev gift subscriptions ofier good through jan. 1, 1375 when TIMES subscription rates will go up!! an ' < ■' ■WWM STUFF SOMEONE S STOCKING i WITH NEWS SPOBTG HECIPES FASHIONS ENIEBTAINMENI COIOH COMICS ETC. ETC. ETC TEE BASTHOF COUNTY TIMES' GOOD STUFF!! 1 year ior tki pties of six months 2.75 Name Address Slate A 0 '• t "V .
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
,• ,r, .nuto-tai u, £&«•<;> i * WILLIAMS *xS% 100 WEST 2nd • ELGIN, TEXAS With valu Like These WEEK-LONG SAVINGS PRICES GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY, DEG. 24th STA-KRISF POTATO ■CHIPSl OSDA GRADE "A" 0 WE WILL BE CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY - DEC. 25th We Reserve the Right to Limit (luariities fi eM
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
/\>v-. H"; ' X; .f:;."* - . m $£$ P m %• " • * ■r* ■ - txmammbs HB ■•;'.,M: ' sfeiH —— " r f II 'II I "" GLADIOLA % MBlI ALL PURPOSE ALL GRINDS! ^ML ftouw UMl! 1 PLEASE Limit 1 witl S5 Purchasi or more * 1\\\ ;\i |V lY U omai Beans o Sauce Oranges A V *// alad Oil ■ S S w ijiP Sherries 0:-L rfil r iCK Valu* m Stuffed Good Value Maraschino CREME KRAFT FIRST PICK 8T 5 0Z JAR 29 16 36 38 69 55 lOOZlifcC JAR Ellis Pecans Halves or Pieces BO? Rice Coconut Rainbow Medium Grain Saicer s Angel Flake 12 OZ^fC PKG 14 07$ PKG 139 Poultry Seasoning Paper Napkins Kotex McCormick "<-0/ MTfC CAN "f f Good Vain A'.sorfd PK(, RKc of 180' Super or Regular PKG of 12 55 69- 4b UZ FIRST PICK ALUMINUM FOIL liU L I 97c Cheez-it Crackers 27c Hydrox Cookies Sunshine Popcorn Noodles Good Value Yellow American Beauty Wide Marshmallows Zest Bar Soap 10 oz BOX 49 .C PKG 91 2 LRP2"BG BAG' 12 0Z PKG 63 54 Kraft lOVSOZ 35e Miniature BAG 7* Off Label PKG Regular Si/e of 3 6T
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
48 97 54 35' m With values Like These Christmas Goodies... CRANBERRY \ Stre ined or Whole Now that the holiday plans are all made the shopping almost completed, you can relax and enjoy some last minute candy making. More people make candy at Christ- mas ttme tha«n all the rest of the year. Candy treats you make are friendly greetings to all who visit during the holidays and send special gree'mgs to lowed ones far from home. Hera's a couple of recipe ideas that are easy to make and are, oh, so good ... Cherry Mash Candy 2 cups sugar 16 regular size marshmaliows 2/3 cup evaporated milk 2 tsp. vanilla 1-10 oz. pkg. cherry bits 1 — 11 oz pkg. chocolate chips 3/4 cup chunky peanut butter 1 cup chopped raw Spanish peanuts Combine sugar, marshmaliows and evaporated milk. Stir until dissolved over low heat Cook 5 minutes stirring con- stantly. Remove from heat. Stir in 1 tsp. vsn'lla and cherry bits until dissolved. Spread in a buttered 10to x 15 V* x 15 cookie sheet. Melt chocoiate chips w...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
Let om fJiUp. etyMj. wftk tllCAC. OC/UJ, tkiA Hoftiau, Seuww oa^aeA ! WEEK-LONG SAVINGS! PRICES GOOD THRU WED. DEC. 24TH Wzl'^ 'SI % TURKEYS SWIFT USDA GRADf Over 10 Lbs T V. BUTTER ME-NOT USDA GRADE "A" Self Basting Over 10 Lbs Butterbal Turkeys Roast Seven Steak Ground Beef Sausage LB LB ~v JUIN JUNIOR ESH LEAN LB USDA GRADE "A" 0*er 16-lbs Crown Roast Rib Steak Braunschweiger s Sandwich Spread Bologna HH2"" BHISHT'n RIPE GOLDEN BANANAS GOOD VALUE WHOLE HOG Hot or Mild 1 LB 79e Bologn- T9 Salami ! 69° Pickle Loaf 69° Lunch Meat $103 Smokets 'A 55' LB Turkeys ssjjfss; Smoked Turkeys Sliced Bacon a Ducks Turkey Gizzards JUKI! NAVEL ORANGES LB LB
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
THURSDAY, DEtTMBEK 18 1975 I weekly magazine designed ta iaf:rm and entertain tie people si Eartlj fastis.Carried ia foth The Bastrep Ccuntr Times and The Eeaad Back Leader, it deiirers news of asricnltare and entertainment: fnll-eolsr comics; and pkoto featares*Jc nea :ly £.000 hemes. t 9 i ,• A WINTER fx # 3 photo by Richard Moree J
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
PAGE 2 THi R;-: aY. DECEMBER i8 Fifth Anniversary Folk Festival Scheduled ) NASHVILLE T^NNESSEE- Kerrville Festiv Js producer Rod Kennedy announced his 1976 season of major music festivals at the 50 acre Out- door Theater complex at Quiet Valley Ranch near the Texas Hsll Country resort commun ity of Kerr*ilie Tbe fifth anniversary Kerr- ville Folk Festival is to be Memorial Day week-end. May 27 - 30 the second annual Kerrvitie CAW Jamboree is 4th of July week-end July 2- 3-4 preceded by the June 30- July 1 Red Steagall Celebrity Golf Tournament, the third annual Kerrville Bluegrass & Country Musir Festival on Labor Day Week-end is set for September 3-5. The four-day Folk Festival line - up includes Bobby Bridger. Guy Clark. Allen Damron, Steve Frombolz. Carolyn Hester. Patsy Montana Dee Moeller Red White and Blue* grass*. Red River Dave. Mike Williams, Peter Yarrow and more than SO other performers during four evening concerts, two Mew Folk concorts, two work- shops, the N ;iona...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
THURSDAY. DECEMBER it, 19V* PAGE 3 Resort Becomes Music Festival City KERRVILLE - This Texas Hill Countrv resort coramun ity which has become a music festival city id the pas! four years, will become the home 0f a Texas Country Music Hall of Fame". The directors of the non- profit. tax-exempt, education- al Kerrvtlle Music Foundation voted at their October meet- ing to move toward the acqui- sition of property ami the fund- ing and construction of a Tex- as Country Music Hall of Fame in the Kerrvtlle area The project is estimated by foundation treasurer Rod Kennedy to be a three - year undertaking in order to fund, design, and build a suitable showcase, museum, library, and research center to in- clude exhibits, recordings and other collections focused up- on both Texas and out of state performers whose influence on the folk and country music traditions of the Southwest has been significant Foundation officials hope to amplify the contributions of such early figures as Goebel Reeves...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18. 1975 I THE BREA TH OF WINTER Richard Moree has been a professional photographer for over fif- teen years and his photo- graphic experience has ranged from commcrcial. advertising, wildlife, por- trait and legal to staff photographers position with both the Texas Highway Department Travel Division and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department magazine. Moree's photos have spiced the pages of Etc. in the first issue which was hopefully the beginning of a long relationship. Etc. is again proud to carry Moree's photos and intro- duce him to Etc.'s read- photos have in several Moree's appeared national magazines, in eluding National Geo Supported by an old corner post, winter flowers reach toward a cold winter sun Saggly secwe ia its own dwelling this insert will ride out all winter storms graphic and on the cover of Cattleman Magazine. His technical expertise is founded in formal study through the Men- York In- stitute of Photograph v. the Winona School of Photograp...
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
THIRSDAY. DECEMBER 18 1975 PAGE 5 a photo essay by RICHARD MOREE Winter ccases skmly. but definitely, to the hills and fields of central Tex- as. And though tempera- tures keep man in the mood of summer or early fall, nature knows that the time for sleep and death, and the preparation for ne life, has come. The wind is still warm, hut it carries on its breath the taste of winter. And while the air conditioning still runs, the leaves con- tinue to fall. All of the animals. even the seem- ingly mindless insects, make the necessary pre- parations for the killing frost and wetness that is inevitable. Pictured here are indi- \ idual instants in the time of nature that capture the process of change into winter. In the age of the super- sonic, the thermonuclear, the mass transit, and the unilateral withdraw); these photos can help those of us who have lost the time or the ability to stop and take stock and possibly heart in the con- sttancy and order of the cycle of nature. Here are images...
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
PAGE 6 THURSDAY DECEMBER It 1975 A(illl NEWS Bill Patman Receives Award ABILENE - Senator Bill Patman *<«« recently pre- sented the coveted award for Excellence in Grazing Management of Range- land. The award was made in Abilene at the Silver Anniversary Meet- ing of the Society for Range Management Texas Section. The certificate of re cognition presented to SenatoT Patman by the Society was based on the recommendation of its committee which review- ed records of his accom- plishments and know- ledge and determined that the quality of his grazing management deserves the rating of excellent. The Society's objectives are to advance the science and art of grazing land management, to promote progress in conservation and sustained use of for- age. soil, acd water re- sources, and to stimulate: discussion and under- standing of range and pasture problems. Home office for the international organization is located in Denver, Colorado. In recent years Senator Patman has received three awa...
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
THURSDAY, DECEMBER id. 1975 Pickle Reports PAGE 7 Brucellosis Payments To Be Made Faster AUSTIN - Congressman J J Make" Pickle announce^ that fve iw>1 been informed late Friday evening by officials of the United States I>partmen? of Agriculture that the agency tad made meaningful changes to effect qtiicker pay- ments at bnir^llosts indem- nities " According to the 12 - year veteran Congressman, written notice of chances in current regulations redefining tht- conditions tinder which field stations may process claims for brucellosis payments was mailed to all Regional Direc- tors of the USDA Veterinary Services erne ram " These administrative changes will be welcome news Texas Bankers To Meet COLLEGE STATION- Teaas bankers, who have a big stake in the future of agriculture in this state, will be tskmg a close look at the future of ag- ricultural financing during a weeklons program here in February The 24th Texas Farm and Ranch Credit School for Com- mercial Bankers the annual me...
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
PAGE THURSDAY : 'csvwasi Family Page Pert The Halls yi.it fwn.n jjse "Shopping Know-How" Pop lomf corn and deco- rate, .make garlands for the tree and a special Christmas tree grove for man tie or table. No need to over- spend. popcorn m an inex- pensive treat Everybody can join in...each child can have hu owrn small tree for eating and decorating. Popcorn Christmas Tree 1 package Jiffy Pop Pop corn 1 cup sugar 1/2 cup corn syrup 1 /2 cup water 1/4 cup butter 1 /2 package ice cream sugar cones Prepare popcorn accord- ing to package directions Pour into large pot or ket- tle Heat sugar, corn syrup and water in una]I saucepan to 250°-266°F or until a drop of syrup in cold water forma a hard bail Remove from Heat and stir in butter * Party Planning f i tips H! By Klaus Schattlestner, Former Holiday Inn "Innkeeper of The Year " A cardinal rule for cocktail parties is to nave more than «ru>agh Plenty of appetizer* are needed as basic refresh menu for those who drink little and as stea...
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
Ssb# «*"• :) Presents ILrS fl COLOB COMICS W , . * SER VINO BASTROP FA YETTE. WILLIAMSON, TRA VIS & LEE COUNTIES - W t u O , o " ' / I* ? ' *i-4 * ° • f ' f / If - •• !i ( ,2-zi r " on- SkCARt WO 0> "OW XVZCS5 " MM£V . Twey ecr to me ' CAROtEV, WE'VE GOT TO CUT DOWN ON OUR CM«l<rMA* CARD LIST's RlOHT! I'M MOT SPENDING *30.00 AGAIN TMI6 '•/EAR WHAT ABOUT AUNT PENNV AMD UNCLE PlNSMER THEY SENT US ONE r~\I' o*rfjust cross \ y/ ^ ~ svilrv&odv J ^Aftf I CAW TELL NCR MYSELF WHEN WE GO OVER TUERt ^OR CWRISTMAS O^M£ |EVERVBOOV f| TUAT& riHALi ■EVENH •*OURO**N MOTHER - EVEN sour WAR 6UDCH WWO ONCE 'iAVID SOUR UP1 ? EVEN VOUC COLLEGE ROOMMATE WHOM NOU TMSOUGH I SAlO EVEWVBODV NO