Bastrop Advertiser and Bastrop County News (Bastrop, Tex.), Vol. , No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 22, 1970 Page: 1 of 8
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kiorofiiia canter, ino,
Dullas, Texas 7b23b
Everyone MUST Register in Order to Vote in 1970
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ESTABLISHED MARCH 1, 183?.
By J. Troy Hickman
IT HAS BKICM SAID
This completes the pirn* begun
last week. Parts in quote marks
"Hf yo 'self. Do not protend af-
fection.'' 'In be oneseif is not only
easier, but is more successful and
effective, provided thai the .self is
a good one.
Pretense seldom works in the
presence of intelligent people. Af-
fection can seldom be faked con-
vincingly. One can be court coils
toward someone he does not care
for, without pretending to care.
"Do not be cynical about love;
for in the face of all life's disen-
chantment, it is as. perennij11 as the
grass." Yes, love defies all efforts
to understand il. Like the weather,
it just is. Thank goodness it is,
because without it life would be a
"Take kindly the counsel or the
years, gracefully surrendering the
things of youth." Mileage piles rp
on the speedometer, whether we
want it or not. And the mileage
makes a difference, whether we
know it or not.
When life takes one tiling away,
if compensates us with something
else. Age, like youth, has its as-
sets and its liabilities. So many
older people i know are accepting
age gracefully and graciously. Most
n! them don't try vainly lo bolster
their egos with cliches like "You
are only as old as you feel", etc.
Attitudes do have something to do
w ith our .fU'Ccs of lxihig. But the
fact is — so it seems to me —
that we are as old as wo are, —
so why kid ourselves.
I have come through the fevers
and swift waters of youth, through
the res|)onsibilities and burdens of
mii'.lie age. Now I am starling lo
be an old man. Would 1 go back,
if 1 co ld? Not on your life. It
was good then, but now I am en-
joying some of the calm and peace
that can come to one in the latter
years, and 1 like it.
"Nurliin strength of spirit to
shield you in sudden misfortune. I
guc.-s thai means, build up a bal-
ance in the soul bank, for you
may have to draw a check on il.
Remember Jesus' .story about the
foolish girls in a night wedding
processional, who had no extra oil
for the lamps'.' (See Matthew 25:
"ho not distress yourself with
imaginings." This i- not contrary
In the last paragraph above, though
it may seem to be, The first means
that in this world everyone will
have some troubles. The second
means that one need not see a
danger behind every li sh. There
are enough real troubles without
imagining any more. Most troubles
are worse in anticipation than in
fact. Resides, one can seldom fig
lire out where the next blow will
come from, oi do much to ward
it off Strength and confidence are
the best defenses.
"Many fears are lx rn of fatigue
and loneliness." Did you ever no-
lice how scary il is to be alone
in the dark. Rut when daylight
comes, we wonder why we were
"Reyond a wholesome discipline,
In gentle with yourself.'' Never be
too hard on yourself. Other m-ople
will do that for you. Re honest
with yourself, face facts; but like
yourself. God made yot. You are
his child, whatever you may have
done, failed to do, or become. If
you don't value yourself, how can
you cherish others, or they cherish
you? Jesus put it. "Love your
neighbor as yourself."
"You are a child of the universe,
no less than the trees and the
stars; you have a right lo be here."
So why explain or apologize, or
try to justify yourself. No one ex-
c< pt God has the right lo call you
on the carpet to acounl.
"Whether or not it is clear lo
you, no doubt the universe is un-
folding as it should." There are
lots ot Doom Savers talking and
writing today. No doubt many
things are not what they should
he. Rut they never have been and
probably never will l>e lo the satis-
faction of lis all. Meanwhile God
is in Ilis heaven, things are rock-
ing along pi' tl\ well. If find has
a schedule, il could In thai the
universe is about where Ilis sched-
ule My* it should In- — ghll oi'
take a little
"Therefore he at pi ace with God,
whatever you conceive Him to Is*."
I love that line. [I is humble, peace-
ful. realistic and broad enough to
i ml uric every person's faith
Whatever your lalsirs ami as-
piration-. in the noisy confusion of
life keep peace with your soul."
Our kitty has a little hiding place
all his own. When hi gets tired
playing, he crawls in his nilreal
and lake- .1 nap. Nearby the traffic
flows, noises sound, anil people
cvuie and go; but he resb un-
AND BASTRDP COUNTY NEWS
RASTROP (TEXASi ADVERTISER, JANUARY 2 , 1070
Al Local Itanks
The Kiist National Bank and the
Citizens State Hank are making
the new irttere.it rates allowed lo
commercial banks on savings ac-
counts available immediately to
their c stomers.
The new interest roles include
4'- percent on pass Ixiok savings,
fi'.j percent on one year certificates
of deposit; 5.75 percent on two-year
certificates of deposit; 7'^ iiereent
on $1 fK).fMK).(X) certificate of deposit
for one year or more; 5 percent
on (1 month certificates of deposit.
I rjjrs Tcxans To
Ito^isler l o Vote
Before Jan. .*>1
Senator Ralph \\. Ynrlxirough
(D-Tex.) today urged all Tcxans to
register lo vole before the January
Senator Yarborough said, "I am
greatly concerned because voter
•egistration totals arc down in the
small and medium population coun
lies. It's essential for good govcrn-
mc nl that the people in II; • small
towns of Texas and in the rural
areas register so their voice can
be heanj tln>ni'-ii the ballot boxes
on election day.
"All eligible Tcxans must regis-
ter before the January ol deadline,
including lliosi senior citizens over
K5 years of age who reside in the
rural counties of o r stale", Sena-
tor Yarbo rough said.
"Let me warn you. If only a
small, select number of people re-
gister lo vote, then this small group
alone will have their say on elec-
tion day. All eligible citizens inusi
register by the January 111 dead-
line il true democracy by all of
the people is to reign during 1970.
"The only way we can have a
true democracy with the govern-
ment representing the pe >ple is lo
have gr at numbers of citizens ris
gisler," Senator Yarborough said.
Killers Sl«'<ts In
Fal Stork Show
In Fori Worth
James Rathmann has entered two
Rrnhman-Cross Rred Steers in the
Sonthweslern Exposition and Eat
Stock Show in Fort Worth.
The steers are to be shown, one
in the Light Weight Class. H00-000,
and i ne in tin Middle Weight Class,
The light weight steer comes from
Rocker B Ranch in San Angelo, and
the middle weight steer comes from
the Gohlke Ranch in Yorktown.
James is the son of Mr. and Mrs
Montis' Rathmann, and is a senior
in Bastrop High School this year.
Hi is picsidenl of the local KKA
Chapter and plans to attend A A.'M
University next fall.
l-isl year James showed the Re-
serve Champion Rialunan at the
Houston Fal Stock Sliow. lie plans
to show Brahman again in Houston
and in San Antonio this year.
Kll.l.IK DW'IS, center, chairman of the Hoard ol Directors of 'he
Bastrop County Soil and Water Conservation District, presents first
and s< ennd prizi checks to Harold llutson, right, and to Bud John-
son, left. The two were winners in I be District-sponsored deer
contest in the fall.
til he is ready to play again. Sure-
ly we can I*' as smart as he is.
Not only the Isxly, bill also the
spirit, can — if il will — have little
place- and moments of calm and
i peace, even in the eye of the
"With all its sham, drudgery and
broken dreams, this is still a heau-
' lifiil world.'' So this piece end.s
on a happy note, II is not Polly-
Janna. II looks al the facts — sham,
ditidji'fj and broken dreams,
'then sa>>, "Il is still h beautiful
Sidney Linier was feeling this
was otic afternoon when out on
'the k! ishes of Glynn In Georgia
hi watched a little mud hen make
i her nisi on the swamp, and wrote:
'As Ihc marsh iK'n builds her nest
on the watery s<sl.
Heboid, I will build me a ne.sl
in the greatness of God."
This is (he end of our meditation
for 1070. I piTiinisi*! lo li II about
j the writer of the parts in quotes.
It says, "Printed and distributed
| by Graphic Arts of Marin, In*'..
Sausalilo, California "
And then, "Found in Did Saint
Paul's Church, Baltimore."
Must strange of all; "Dated
ltitfj." That wat> 278 yaart. ago!
Golf — No
The weather was apparently no
dclerant lo Golf Rugs Sunday, ac-
cording lo Mrs A .1 Garrett, who,
with her husband, manages I lie List
Pines Golf Course,
Some II players showed up, Mis
flarrelt said, pa; t of them local and
part of them from out of town.
With a cold north wind blowing
freezing rain across the fairways
and the thermometer sliding down
around thirty decrees, the players
begged coals from the club house
lire, and carried them in buckets
I on the goll carts to keep their
To Be Guest At
| Steve Ling, who was bom in
Singapore, will lie a special guest
al the Family Night Supper Wed-
nesday, February I, at United
Methodist Church al 7 o'clock. As
speaker for the evening. Mr. Ling
will appeal to young and old alike.
You ate invited to bring a cover-
ed di. li for the supper and lo slay
for the program afterward.
The regular meeting ol the share-
holders of the First National Hank
of Rastrop Texas will lie held in
their banking room at I p. ni. the
fourth Tuesday ol January, 1070,
lieing Janrary 27. 1!I7(), for the
pur|>osc of electim: directors to
serve during the ensuing year, and
transacting ol any other business
that may pro|H'i'ly come before the
G. B. MACK, President
Lovell Yoast Opens
Real Estate Office
Lovell Yoast, who has been as-
eclated with Hill Maynard in
Maynard Real Estate, has opened
a real estate office on Highway
21 (San Marcos Highway) at the
intersection of FM 812.
Mr. Yoast expressed his appre-
ciation lo Ins many friends ami
customers for I he many courtesies
extended him while lie was with
Mr. Maynard, and extended a cor-
dial invitation to them lo visit him
in his new location.
lie will continue to handle all
tyiM'S of real estate.
KI V si Mhi;11\
Thr Rev. 0. W, Sumehin of Met'-
clip's p.iv-ed through Bastrop Wed-
ncsday afternoon on his way home
from attending an Evangelistic
Preacher's Convention in Dallas.
He s|K)ke al the First Baptist
Chinch here Wednesday evening,
and then titll on lo spend tlie
night with his mother in New
Braunfeis. Rev Sumerlin is a
former pastor of the First Baptist
Is liiiried llrrr
Many Rastrop friends of Mrs.
Oltis Ferguson ol Free|iort were
shocked and grieved lo learn ol
her death on Thursday, January
15, at 11:110 a. in. in a Fl'eeport
hospital. She died from the effects
of double pm monia following an
! illness ot only three days.
Funeral servlcs were held from
I (he First United Methodist Church
in Frceport, of which she wa. a
nieinber, at 10 o'oliwk Saturday
morning, January 17. Graveside
services were held in Bastrop al
,'t:.'ill o'clock Saturday afternoon,
with burial in Fairvicw Cemetery.
Mrs. Grace Wamel Ferguson was
I torn in Cedai Creek June 5, 1011,
the daughtci of Otto I'-. and Laura
Simmons Wamel. She graduated
Irom Baslrop High School and al
tendcrl Texas Woman's University
(formerly CIA) in Denton. She was
married in 1931 to Ollis Ferguson,
and they made their home in Ras-
trop and in Frceport.
Shi Is survived by her husband
and one son, Robert Wamel Fergu-
son ol Houston: her mother, Mix.
Otto Wamel; two sisters. Mi V. D.
Schaefer of Bastrop and Mrs J. II.
Arculeer of Piineeton. West Vir-
ginia; two granddaughters and one
To Receive BA
Degree From UT
Miss Karl, ira Ccderholni, daugh-
ter ol Mr and Mrs. Curl Cedcrholin,
is a candidate for a Hacbeloi ol
Arts degree al I he University of
Texas this month.
Mis i Cederholm was a member
of the Texas I/inghorn Rand ami of
Tail Beta Sigma, national honorary
so I wily for college bandswoliicn.
j Her major field was in government,
i with a journalism minoi
A graduate of Baslrop High
School, Miss Cederholm was vale-
j diclorian ol the Class of (i<i
To Meet In Bastrop
The Baslrop County Historical
Society will hold its January meet-
ing on Thursday afternoon ol next
week. January 20, al li o'clock al
the Museum in Bastrop
Plans for the annual Pilgrimage
of Homes will Is' discussed during
Ihc business meeting that is sched-
uled for this time.
ASC To Meet Here
Next Monday Night
The Bastrop County Unit of the
American Cancer Society will meet
on Monday night of next week,
January -i>. at 7:'V) iu the civic
room of the First National Rank.
All interested p. rsons are cordial-
ly Invited lo attend.
A district crusade training meet-
ing is scheduled foi Cancer Society
volunteers on January 'V), at the
Highlander Inn in Burnet
W iniicrs In Urrr
11 tmliii" (lontcst
Tlie Board ol Directors of the
Haslrop Co nty Soil and Wilier
Conservation District presented
checks to the winners ol the I'is
triet Sponsored Dwr Contest for
I960 at their regular mwling on
Darold llutson of lit. 1, Cedar
Creek, killed the winning deer which
had a 17 Ti 8 inch spicud of antlers
w ith 17 fx'ints and field dressed IS-1
pounds The deer was killed on the
Caldwell Ranch. Darold i the son
ol Mr. and Mrs Hen llutson.
Hud Johnson of Jeddo killiil the
second place deer on his ranch
which had a i.Vincti spread and had
,N points and field lire.-sell al 100
pounds. David Frcrieh of San An-
tonio look third prize with a II /K- j
inch spread. His deer was killed j
on Ihc Frerich Ranch at String t
\l(lt(llt l>\\ whs observed by the 1jo>I Pines Gaiden
Club on Frida.v, January Hi, with a tree-planting on
the Emili Elemental> Sehi«i| nmnds The I'eri
niony was dedicated lo the memory of Forrest l.yun
Osliorn. -on of Mr. and Mi- Bob OsImiii Mr>
Oslsirn is .in "fiive menits'i' ol the G,udeu Club
Present for the irei planting were Mi Janus P
Sharp, president of tin Garden CI. b; ('Imrle; L\ans,
superintendent • >f si imols; Robi it llollman, Elemen
tar> School principal, the Rc\. ('baric- Voliug. Itoger
Osliorn Carrli GikkIwi'II, VIis. Clay Collier, Mrs.
( miIi" Young, Mis Reginald Jerrell, W A. Gordon,
\11 |!et|> I- i\ Emanuel Mi> Hll'die l.ee Jackson,
li C Kalbman and .lam- I' Sharp, president
H i drop Cl.ambi i ol Coinmetvi
First prize was Jla.OO, second was
$10.00 and third prize was S.'> (H).
According to the Board of Directors,
the deer were in excellent shn|ie
this hunting season. Tile Soil and
Water Conservation District plans
to sponsor the contest again during
the 1970 hunting .-eason.
Il< 'IV ford Is Top
( ainrr In (loiilrsl
I iiis IVIoiilli
Kor (ihirl IVllv
( H I irrr \lonrnrr
Billy Moncui<\ Senior Chiel Ma-
chinist, P. S. Navy lretired). died
in Un | ng Reach Naval Hospital
in Long lieai li. Caliloinia,' ojl J An-
na I'y 10. Rosary was held in the
I Sheelar-Stricklin Morlu irv, Long
II leadi. at 7:'!() p. in. Jiuiuar.v I I.
J Willi Kcquicni Mas> at St Lucy s
i h icli al III .'to a. m on January
15. Riirial was iu Ling Reach
Mr. Moncure was married to
Cecelia Vasiie in 101,'t, and is in
vhed by Ins widow and six eliil-
Whcn the steei'- and hulls being du n Richard Moncure. Hilly Mon-
fed by tin members of the Haslrop cure. Mary Moncure, Michael Mon
FEA Chapter for the spring live j cure, Susan Moncure and Timothy
slock slmw were weighed last Moncure, and one grandson, all of
at the end of another -W-day feeding j Ling Beach lie is also survived
Ih'iiikI, Morli Heck's Hereford wa.-
top gainer, according to Gordon
Merle's steer weighed 712 pounds
and had an average daily gain of
The top gaining bull was Grady
Eastland's (for the second time in
a row i with a gain ol 1.1.'! pounds
per day. The b II weighed 1050
poi 1.1 ids.
\lakc I'laiis For
( oiiiilv (llolhiit^;
II you want to learn more about
pattern election, pattern altera-
tions, and clothing construction,
come to the preplanning meeting
Wi'dnesday morning. January 28,
'i I:.''Hi a. iu Activity room, Coun-
ty Courthouse, Haslrop. Al this
meelini:. plans will be made for
the workshop in February, where
each enrollee will make a garment
under the supervision of Mi: I/lis
I Hopper. County Home Demon-
stration Agent, and Mrs. Elnora
Bryant. As ociate County llonie
Demonstration Agent, Agricultural
Rring a tape mea■
planning meeting as
tt.e type find si/.e of
m lo llii pre-
you will taki
lo deli imini
suitable lor you. and a note |wid
hkI iH iieil for taking notes.
The workshop is foi anyone in
1 the county who is Interested in
learning to ew or Improve lie i eon
struct ion techniques and skills.
If you would like to have infor-
mation contact cither of tin home
demonstration agents. County Agri-
cultural Extension Service, County
i (iiurtlio 'si-.
Dies In Waco
Raymond R. Reitber. br*>ther-in-
1 iw of Gin ami Joe Ma''hi I ami
son-in-law of Mrs. Soplue Machet. j
passed away in a veterans hospital 1
m Waco on Monday, January VI.
fie js survived by his widow, '
Mrs. Annie May Reitber; a son, i
Charles Raymond Reitber. who is j
with the U. S. Army in Vietnam; (
four da lighten, Ullian Marie, Re-
gina, Sandra May and Pamela
Retther, all ol Austin.
by his mother, Mrs. Hen Moiwiin ,
sister, Martha Walls; brother. Jack
Moncure Sr., all ol Hastrop, and
a brother, Dick Moncurc, of San
Hilly Moncure was bom Dei'eni-
lier 1910, in Cedar Cieek, where
lie whs reared lie joined the II S
Navy in November ol 1010, serving
during World Wai II, and in the
Korean and Vietnam conflicts.
Among the many medals and de
eolations In received are the
I- ropi an Service Medal, National
Defense Medal with Rronze Slur.
American Theatre, South Pacific
with lour Hal lie Slai .. Korean Set
vice Medal, Philippine Liberation
with two Hron/e Stars, N'avv Coni-
mendation Medal and the Vietnam
After serving actively for 'M
years, he retired iii lleeernbei of
IIHir,. Since that linn lie had held
a p.sition with Union Oil Company.
Krd (!r< ss < i M'llS
(loursrs In Wal«r
SalVlv In Anslin
The Ameiican Red Cross in
Austin is offering senior lili-saving
ami the water safely instructor's
course for anyone latere led in the
Central Texas area, announces Mr
I! W Hughes, water safety cllaii
man in Austin.
Hie senioi lifesaving couisc is
opi'n to anyone wiin i 15 years of
age and can swim HO yards con-
tinuously. Till colli M' Will lie coil
dueled al tin YWCA Pool in Am
tin, 105 West IKtli Street, hebruary
5, 10. 12, 17, 10, 21 and '.i'ilh
fiosn 7:!VI p m., to 0 HI [i m.
Die.-sing facilities available.
The water safely instructor's
course is n( eii to anyone who holds
a current Red Cross senioi lib
saving cord and iv !7 years of
age. 'this course will Is eondueii-d
at the Women's Gym, L'nlveisity of
Texas, In Austin. March .'1, 5. 10,
IL', 17 ;(l and April I. 7. 9. II and
llllli Irom li. 15 p. in. lo 0:15 p. in
Tliis ci sir si' is limlteil lo .15 stu
dents. All must oomc prepared lo
go into the water at llvri' an im
dres ing facilities available at lis
'lliosi wishing lo enroll sliould
call American Red Cross, GR K-
1601, or write P. O. Box 17tH, Aus
tin, Texaa 78767.
I • I
Chief Petty Dfticei Billy Moncure
Pino ( rerk IMiilosophcr Worried
About Wluii lo Do Willi Ml
People Fired IIy Spare Agency
Iliore or le
D ii editai
Aecordin;' lo all arlicli I read
111 a new ,p.'i|n'l llllli fell mil of
my nelghooi s mail Imx ami landed
on the running Isiaol ol ni> eat
II you remind un eat don't have
running bond; anymore I II sug
gest yisi attend to your business.
I'll put llie pap<-i hack, regardless
of where it landed Nasa, lln
Space ageney, is letlini' off 50.ikk)
workers. <ltn to a slowing down in
fulure nnmn landings and otber
I knew this wa goin.; to happen.
here mi i
back ha vi
■ any germs worth in-
vaccine against down
arlli, The roeks laisiKbt
made i lot of geologists
erI I In ■ si 11 >nd
ls*l figurin. I
sonu' time tin
shot will .itli
It s like 'li
Pole 'I III III
was a hero.
e lil'sl n
i third as
nd tlie o
ill llii world
« n I
to effi I
up very lung. R s so Uca.
I I have
s money, !
It dwsii l
happy, but geoloi'isls nili.st have
been doing something before they
got the moon rocks.
I telling llvre aisl gelling back
is (hi' big adventure, ami since
vti vi already previsl we ran do
that, fulure trips may tieoomc
alsi i like inountain climhing —
o.villIU mostly lo the |m .>pit- do
ing the I'limblug,
Now I've almost gotten away
from what I started out to say,
II - about llio i 50,001) workers,
Ir lined and skilled and eager lo
i iv busy, and we've got to fiiKl
un. lliln truly beneficial we could
use them lor.
I intend to spend tlie llc.Vt lew
da> U'.'.uring on Ibis problem aisl
in si week will n |>ort on (Uiy ideua
I've conic up with.
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