The Llano News (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 105, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 17, 1993 Page: 3 of 24
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Llano News, Thursday, June 17,1993
Llano Srs. receive
by EUa Edwards
The senior party started on
time Friday night. The food was
wonderful as usual. After dinner
the seniors played games and
generally had fun until 10:45
You should see the new
Improvements at the Center.
The beautiful white ceilings and
new floors make it .a pleasure to
return to work.
We have received a memorial
donation of $50. We want to
thank J.L. and Clara Lou Sawyer.
Johnny and Cathy Sawyer. Dan
and Gall Sawyer. Sherry and
Teddy Burnham, and Larry and
Gall Sawyer for this generous
The AARP was having a
meeting at this writing. Results
of this meeting will be forth-
Police Department needs
your assistance in solving
burglary and hit and run
Relive the American
Frontier June 19
Fort Concho Frontier Dayll
The American Frontier comes
to life during Fort Concho Fron-
tier Day. part of San Angelo's
Fiesta del Concho Celebration,
with a full day of activities Sat-
urday. June 19.
This year's event features a
blend of old favorites with a mix
of new offerings. Start the day
with the traditional Lions Club
Pancake Breakfast at 6:30 a m.
Then, take part In the children's
activities. Frontier School, the
West Tex a s Quilt
Show/Competition, Early Ranch
Demonstrations. Washer Pitch
Tournament, and Chuckwagon
View the Cotton. Wool & Mo-
hair and Catttle/Leathergoods
Houses, take a wagon ride,
watch our Living History Troops,
Frontier Family Demonstra-
tions and the 1880s baseball
Visitors will be entertained by
roping tricks, fiddle and accor-
dion players, cowboy poets and
Admission to the fort grounds
LLANO AMERICAN LEGION...Llano High School students
were honored by the Llano American Legion at the Awards
Assembly recently. They were Amy Reagor. $1000
scholarship; Casey Landers. Boys State; Kelli Jo Miller,
Citizenship; Cheryl Horlen, Scholarship; and Cody Spivey
(not pictured), Americanism.
Llano Police Department
needs your assistance.
Sometime between 10 p.m. on
Sunday May 30 and 7 a.m. on
Monday unknown person or
persons entered a Blue Ford
Explorer pickup parked In front
of Room 254 at The Chapparal
Motel In Llano.
A brown Craftsman tool box
with tools and Igloo Ice chest
were stolen. Many of the hand
tools were engraved with the
owners Initial. Well over $1,000
of property was taken.
May 30 around 6:30 p.m. at the
Klngsland Slab, two 9-year-old
girls were walking east on the
Slab when an aqua green Pon-
tiac Sunblrd. license number
GYY80J struck one of the girls
from behind knocking her into
the other girl resulting tn minor
The vehicle stopped momen-
tarily then fled the scene. Prior
to striking the girls they possi-
bly struck a parked car. Llano
County Sheriffs Department
has located the vehicle but
needs your assistance In Iden-
tifying the driver of the vehicle
and the passengers.
Anyone with any Information
concerning these cases or any
other felonies, please call Llano
County Crime Stoppers 388-
BURGER BAR CAFE
Small Chicken Fried Steak includes steak,
fries or baked potato, gravy, toast and salad
Chicken Strip Plate includes, 4 chicken strips,
fries, or baked potato, gravy, toast and salad
Enchilada Dinner includes 2 enchiladas covered with
homemade chile, rice, beans and
chips and sauce
NEW SUMMER HOURS
Monday - Thursday 10:00 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Friday 10:00 a.m. -10:00 p.m.
Closed Saturday and Sunday
Thank you for your business
The Llano Sheriffs Depart
ment Is seeking the pho
tographs of seven early sheriffs
of Llano County to add to Its
collection. To date, the depart
ment has been able to locate
photographs of 25 of the 32
sheriffs that have held office
since the founding of Llano
County, and lacks only seven
more to make the collection
The missing seven Include F.I.
Smith. 1862-1864; G.W. Barler
(younger brother of Miles Bar-
ler). 1865-1866; Charles Wag
ner. 1869 1869; W.W. Saxon
(store merchant at Tow), 1872
1875; William P. Hoskins
(resigned as sheriff, burled at
Board Branch). 1875-1876: Ben
F. Beeson (buried in Llano
Cemetery). 1884 1886; and M.C.
Roberts (a breeder of
This year, you
can give him
more than a tie
Save just in time for Father's Day!
"Paramount" Chaise *
Transitional Reclma Rocker* recliner
or Recltna Way* wall chair with channel
stitching and full body chaise support
La Z Boy*
or Reclma Way*
l a Z Rest"
with a channel
back and soft
Charlie's Store, Inc. S
We Finance. Deliver, Install At Service
What We 8ell
Phone (BIB) 247-41 OS
thoroughbred English Berkshire
hogs In 1890s, burled by
daughter tn Llano Cemetery,
wife Nora I. married a Mr.
Shook). 1887-1888. '
If you have any of these pho-
tographs. the Sheriffs Depart-
ment would like to make copies
of them, and will return them
promptly. Please contact Ntla
Roberts at (915)247-5767.
The 25 framed photographs
hang In a hall of the building
housing the Sheriffs Depart
ment. and copies will also hang
In the county's historical Jail
which serves today as the head
quarters of the Llano Chapter of
the Daughters of the Republic of
The only two animals to talk in the Bible are the serpent in the
Garden of Eden and a donkey belonging to the Gentile prophet
More children's books have
been published during the
1900s than in all the previous
STOCKER & FEEDER CALVES &
YEARLINGS-ALL PACKER CLASSES
PACKER COWS SELL AT 11:00 AM
WE PLEDGE OUR BEST EFFORTS
Philip & Hatch Smith
LIVESTOCK AUCTION CO.
915/247-4183 A 915/247-5294
Dump Cleanup Day
-■S viiHDAi. Jim: 19-
The Lower Colorado River Authority, in cooperation with
Longhorn Community Disposal, Safe Tire
Disposal of Texas and Commercial
Metals, Inc., will help landowners
save money in removing illegal dumps
on their property. The offer applies
only to dumps near and along the
upper Highland Lakes and Llano River.
Landowners can take the wastes to contain-
ers at four sites for free disposal.
Hazardous waste will not be accepted.
Containers will be at the following
sites from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. ONLY
• Tow solid-waste transfer station at
Yoluntei^r Fire Hall
• Eiingsland solid-waste transfer station
(formerly Kinysland Landfill.
• City of lAano lAtndfilU Hwy. IG North
• Kluehonnet Hills Baptist Chureh,
Hwy. 71 and Sandy Harbor Road
Old appliance* will be accepted only at Kingsland.
All sites, except Bluebonnet Hills Baptist C hurch,
w ill accept old tires.
For more information, call LCRA -
Carolyn Wright at 1-800-776-5272.
TM mm TO MAH A DWftlfNCt
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Buckner, Walter L. The Llano News (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 105, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 17, 1993, newspaper, June 17, 1993; Llano, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1140544/m1/3/?q=RIO%20VISTA: accessed April 5, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Llano County Public Library.