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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 January 1976

PAGE 4 THURSDAY, JANUARY 22. 1976 THE COUNTRY( Winchester's Methodist church is a familiar religious landmark in that rural community. . . . landmark \ In a time of Bicentennial fever, it is pleasantly refreshing to rural church. Many generations of Americans can well rememt ship services which were, and still are, conducted within the shown in these photographs Rural churches continue to be a vital element in our cotnmur annual picnics are a continuing function of these churches Atti sing the unity and harmony of the people involved can restore ours V This rural religious structure serves the worship needs of the families in Center Union.

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 January 1976

THURSDAY. JANUARY 22. 1976 THE RY CHURCH landmark of rural faith fever, it is pleasantly refreshing to reestablish our awareness of the Itiohs of Americans can well remember the relaxed and informal wor- I and still are, conducted within the walls of churches such, as these to be a vital element in our communities Community meetings and mine function of these churches Attending such a function and witnes- ny of the people involved can restore our faith In this great country of t PAGE 5 Peace arid calm are the basics in the Winchester Lutheran church Imi Text & photos by Richard Moree > l U t ; r . i i ¥ J .{ 4 , i n. The familiar country mailbox frames the Winchester Lutheran Church and grounds. y mm

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 January 1976

PAGE 6 THURSDAY. JANUARY 22. 1976 AGllI • NEWS County Program Building Committee Changed Governor Dolph Briscoe ha challenged County Pr'njrai Building Committees In each Texas county to move ahead vigorously In 1976 toward the state's goal of making Texas No I In agricultural income In a letter to County Pro- gram Building Committee chairmen, the Governor- stated "As our Nation begins its Bicentennial observance, Texans can look back on a proud heritage of accomplish- ments No industry has con- tributed more to the pride we have in our heritage than agri- culture Progress resulting from the dedicated efforts of our citizens In ,the past Indicates that we can move forward with confidence into Century III " In 1973, Briscoe declared that one of the highest objectives of his administra- tion was to make Texas No 1 among the states of the Nation in agricultural income "It is my conviction that Texans have the resources, energy, and the managerial ability to achieve first place in both g...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 January 1976

the School of Medicine of be carriers Ti the and admlPallUH. THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1976 AG It I \i:ws How To Transplant Woody Plants PAGE 7 BASTROP - Friday January 16, 1976 is Arbor Day. Many Civic Groups and individuals through out the state observe Arbor Day by planting trees. Whether your purpose is to observe Arbor Day or to improve the land- scape of your home en- vironment; there are certain suggestions and precautions you should follow when transplanting woody plants such as trees. HOW TO TRANS- PLANT WOODY PLANTS Before purchasing the first tree or shrub, inves- tigate its ultimate size and cultural require- ments. Far too often, a tree is planted where it soon becomes too large. Some plants require special soil preparation while others may demand planting in full sun or shade. ' Occasionally, plants are used which will not adapt to the area re- gardless of the special care you give them. Information on plants which are hard to adapt is available rrom your county Extension ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 January 1976

THURSDAY, JANUARY 22. 1976 PAGE 8 t Family Page /V/ces W7// Increase Slowly Food prices will probably rise at an even slower pace in 1976 than they did in 1975. Mrs. Gwendolyne Clyatt, predicted this week. The consumer market- ing information specialist is with the Texas Agri- cultural Extension Service, The Texas A AM University System She said reports now show that increases for 1975 were slower than those of 1974 In looking toward 1976, one commodity expected to have a better year will be pork -with increas- ing supplies and lower prices before the year end, the specialist adde^ Taking a look at the im- mediate future, Mrs. Clyatt said fryer chickens are the meat item to watch in upcoming weeks--in case grocers decide to "special" the birds because of recent decreases in whole- sale prices. "In other sections of the meat department, beef and pork prices will remain the same, al though some beef specials are likely." 'Exceedingly good values are usually found on chuck cuts- with o...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 January 1976

ifE I \ 6 ■ Presents _ _ i) COLOH COMICS SER VING BASTROP, FA YETTE, WILLIAMSON, TRA VIS & LEE COUNTIES bathroom ACCESSORIES , I l i shower curtains f bath towels ) ANP RUGS I WHAT5 W I'M TRYING T<? THE IPSA, JI CREATE A NEW FLO ? /I N\OOV IN OUfc bath room [ bathrobes] *3 YEAH / SUNGLASSES well need S\/ seething to GO with this u?t •WERE OUGHTA BE A LAW YOU CAW TAKE THOSE V SORRY.MR. BUMBLE SIGNS DOWN NOW,MlSS>( WE ALL VOTED TO GRINOSTONE -KEEP THEM UP-' NO IM THIS puff Liu rrrrmrm J.P.aUMBLC ANP com pony THATfe RKJHT, BOSS. WE ALL purr WHEN *xj can't lowed our) backslide on os now hoff wes,we all agree the Air in HERE IS MUCH HEALTHIER v SINCE OU ISSUED >OUR 1 NO SMOtftNG ORDER oh .'hello dearest' what are vou doing here ? collsctng ashtrays for our rummage - sale? a/ < HMPf SOU SEEM TO FORGET WHOte THE BOSS AROUND HERE.! I'LL SMOKE IN MY OWN OFFICE ANY TIME I WANT TO.' NO BUTT#' r HERE'S THE REST, MRS BUMBLE' P BUMBLE PRESIDENT PRIVATE tOttW • 'tH By

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 January 1976

* 9 i \ MAKEM£ SO MAD/ W' • NOONEELU WKXfVWWTW. J ( - TOSBOORTO/WMwrr- vou ALONC mavc TMC my-* "YOU ARC A IMATW Of d04M. TMM ONE « TIM WOf s K Htuor 3* Stw? Woiw ?e\tfCev? "now it*? peopep. HOU PAINT THE CEILING.'* MPO YOU KNOW WHAT "TH15 PAINT COST PEf? QUART?" "I NEVER REALISED HOW FAST YOU CAN PAINT WITH A F^>UER." "AU?EAPY \ "FEEi- P ZZV.n © 1976 by United Failure Syndicil* Inc bis "IF I HAP THE PAINT THAT9 ON YOU, I COULP FINISH THIS ROOM TO- NIGHT. '

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 January 1976

THANK heavens/ i ..i just about given up hope where...where were you-7 by Edgar Rice MY SECRET EKIT FROM OPAR JANE! ohh ! this 15 the where are a/e going—7 ¥ since none of them can jump across this \miu 1 I 4

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 January 1976

/fPwareL BUT THE WORLD REJECTED MY PAINTINGS - BOUGHT TRASH. ALU1AYS r TRASH// 1 -SO X TRIED HARP TO FOLLOU) THE IGNORANT TASTE OF THE WORLP... NOW I TRY TO PAINT THE TRASH THEY WANT. FOR YEARS I HONED MY SKILLS TO PERFECTION. I CAN ALWAYS COUNT ON HIM FOR AN ENCOURAGING WORD. -MY SENSE OF /(-WHAT DO PERFECTION ^SYOU THINK, KEEPS INTRUDING. .H SANDY? 1 JUST CAN'T MINT BADLY. r si I

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 January 1976

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 January 1976

MINIMAX ^S4LUTE^sf>k SPECIALS 600D thurs. + jnt-m uoed. JAN) 22^+hru 28^ RAl/OBoi/J f6(J2- CAAJ fl r st pick . ^ fyZCOCKJML &39" first" pick 1c fk*\ ®&£P£A$ J& 33 ^ 600 D UALUc MA&&SCH/AJO CHERRIES "!& 55 OOOD UACUE A-iL a "sssomm 9 \kg^ <2oajtaoi/oa ^ _ To««* Sfiuce fiss £ Wce™^72< 6E§ PAC 'SSTi OOtCP BIRD FOOD MIX 8A6? pK& (~>-<^T So* ZO-LB- PK6 LOOK FOR COU POfiJ UJORTW ADOITIO/OAL SA VllOGS IK) AMSr/AJ PAPER LIMIT RIGHTS RE^EI?U6D

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 January 1976

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 January 1976

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 January 1976

Supplement To The Bastrop County Times .J January 22 thru January 28 We rerserv* the right to limit quantities. Saturday, Jan. 24 Hot Dog and R C Cola Monday, Jan. 26 Wallet Photos For SUPERMARKET TAKEN BY SHUGART STUDIO OPEN SUNDAY Smithville, Texas Register For $100 In Free Groceries 4 - s25 Drawing to be held Wednesday, Feb. 4 # . # - * Gin Certificates Need not be present to win. GLADIOLA FLOUR "" 25 lbs 59{ $2.99 Gladiola Pouch Mixes Buy One At Reg. Price Get One FREE Biscuit Mix 21C Pancake Mix 210 Corn Bread Mix wyhj!'^' 210 Instant Potatoes 150 Mex Cornbread Mix 250 10 32... KekkouJ 5/*1.00 plus deposit 10 oz. PLUS DEP. iSm —

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 January 1976

Lilly Homo Milk Buy One A t Reg. Price $1.79 And Get 16 Oz. G°l Lilly Cottage Cheese FREE BUTTERMILK Buy One At Reg. Price 540, Get One FREE. Kraft Ch American Singles 89* Parkay Oleo lib. 2/89c Top Flite Biscuits 10 count Sweetmilk or Buttermilk 10*1 (sol F7nZSn_Foatf Bias! Swanson - Chicken, Beef, Turkey Ice Cream ~$1.29 Pot Pies"330 Blue Bell Whit# Rim Blue Boll Gold Rim Pot Ritr Ice Cream- *1.39 Pie Shells39c 5/n Superior SuperiorColonial Vanilla Ice Cream 1.29 0ra"9e Sunshine State 6 oz. 20 oz. Frosty Acres Cut Corn Juice tm E/fc *""• Or.-ldaCrmkl.Cut A ^ French Fries ©5?^ THE CHOPPING BLOCK DECKER Bacon THICK SLICE 2 lbs. Picnic Hams $2.49 ,b 890 Weiners «■ 690 RATH Bacon s- $1.15 Stick Summer 61 oo Sausage ,b 31-Z9 TOMATOES pound 39c BAG SPUDS 8185 M09 BAG APPLES 3:69c LETTUCE 3-M00 BANANAS 2 - 45c CABBAGE P0UND 10c CARROTS " ■

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 January 1976

Quart liraclo Whip 1 Pound Maxwell House Coffee *1.09 O.B. Cut Mac< or Spaghet 7 oi. Buy One At Rug. Price Of Z9 300 Can Showboat Pork & Beans 4/$1 Imfant Maxwell House Coffee Blackburn' 18 ot. 300 Con Showboat Spaghetti 5/$1 10 ot. '2.19 Peach Preserves 59« S11 c • d or Halvot Rosedale Peaches 470 303 Can Croam Stylo or Wholo Kornol ROSEDALE CORN 4/$1 303 Can Rosedale Sweet Peas 4/$1 ROSEDALE PEAR HALVES 2ft Con 590 Blackburn Mad Buy One At $ Reg. Price Of Get 16 oz. B/eckbiA Waffle Syrup FRt 303 Can Rosedale Tomatoes 3/890 DEL MONTE CUT GREEN BEANS 4/$1 6oi, 303 • 01. Hunts Tomato Sauce 6/$1 #2 Can WOLF PLAIN CHILI 690 Fritos (Rag. or King Siio) Buy One At Reg. Price Of Get One FREi Campbell's Chicken 5/$1 ttsr Noodle Soup No.) Con 4 OZ FRENCH'S BLACK PEPPER 590 21 ox. HEINZ POL SH DILL PICKLES 490 32 OZ. Mrs. Bain Cinnamon Rl 32 oi. HEINZ CATSUP 790 10)4 ox. Buy One At mm mm Reg. Price Of 9 M Adolphus Rice 590 MRS. BAIRD'S 370 HOT DOG BUNS 22 ox. to Oal. All Flavors Shasta...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 January 1976

MMMM Macaroni aghetti Get One 29° w« kburn's 18 ot. $ Grape Jelly 490 Made Syrup of *1.49 Blackburn's Syrup FREE 40 OZ 601, ritos |*0 or King Sii«) 'rice Of 49^ One FREE . Baird's mon Rolls 10)4 ox. 57° Get One FREE 22 •«. Glass Plus Wet Of 99^ 01. Refill FREE Tall Cam MILK Carnation Milk 4/*l .00 Columbian No. 22 Canner $4.99 $7.45 Voluo With FREEIcko Canning Jar Funnel 4 Roll. Delta i Tissue 490 Jumbo Rol Delta Towels 3/*l .00 100 Count Bayer Aspirin 89« Jumbo Can Aqua Net Hair Spray 79° 3 lb. Can Mrs. Tuckers Shortening 990 12 oi. Armour's Treet Lunch Meat 99* Olant SI!• Whit* King Detergent 790 10 Count 33 Oal. Slit Hefty Trash Bag* •1.29 S oi. Colgate Toothpaste 000 Q3S59I 6 oi. *1.49 t I i 4 * t f 4 i ! « i

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 29 January 1976

THIS WEEK IN (The CLtmcs: SPORTS P 6 & 7 INDUSTRIALIZATION P 1 & 2 Eu. Fifteen Cents flic Microfj.ln Center, Inc. F. 0. Dcx 45436 Dallas, 1 fcX.'.s 75235 I'utstuip Olulnttu (Limes SERVING. SMITH VII.I.E. BASTROP. II Ail A <//;,/ I// BASTROP COUNTY VOL. 85. NUMBER 5 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SM'THVILLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. JANUARY 29. 1976 County To Court Industry THE COUNTY - Represen- tatives from communities throughout the county met in the Bastrop County Court- house last Thursday to listen to and discuss the possibili- ties of attracting light indus- try, along with its increased payrolls and tax dollars, into the county. The program, hosted and introduced by County Judge Jack Griesenbeck brought to light the advan- tages in and possibilities of Bastrop County developing its potential as a location for various forms of light industry. "We're not talking about smokestack? and huge factories," said Richard Burdick, member of the South Texas Chamber of Commerce and spe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 29 January 1976

PAGE 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHV1LLE. TEXAS "895 " THURSDAY. JANUARY 29. 1976 l)ur^ inions COUNTY CHAMBER ' "This count} is going to grow whether you like it or not." Stern words, but still a joy for me to hear. They were spoken at a conference on industrial development for Bastrop County last week. They are very important words, words I have said before. Let's examine their importance and try to see how c can cope with their meaning. Bastrop County- has what people are looking for and every day there are more people and they are looking harder. We are no longer at a point where we can stop the growth of this county, but we are still at the point where we can CONTROL that growth. * Just as we can't stop growth by turning our backs on it. we can't control it that way either. For this county to grow and develop the way we want it to. we will ha^r to roll up our sleeves and work on it. mold it. The secret to this control is cooperation. Three or four cities fighting the odds, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 29 January 1976

THURSDAY. JANUARY 29. 197b Community Development Hearing Slated BASTROP - There will be a second public "hearing held Thursday evening, January 29th, according to Mayor James P Sharp "We will hold the public hearings in the interest of our application for Community Development (kinds." the Bastrop Mayor seated "The meeting will be held in the Council Chambers at City Hall and will begin at 7:00 p.m , under the sponsorship of the Planning Commission, "he pjplained "We need to know what the people want done with the pro- posed funds and we are plan- ning to request $100,000.00for Drainage Improvements, especially on the northside of the railroad tracks," Mr. Sharp said. '' It will relieve a lot of water from our already-overloaded system in the south portion of the city if we can divert some of the water on the north side of the city and in the area of the High School." he con- tinued "We can use the funds for several projects, but we think this is a very critical problem and we need ...

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