Bastrop Advertiser and Bastrop County News (Bastrop, Tex.), Vol. , No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 5, 1970 Page: 2 of 8
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AND BASTROP roi VTA NIWS
RSTAIII.ISIIi D MARCH I, IH.V1
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT BASTROP, Tl XAS 78002
AMY S. STANDIFER, EDITOR
R. E. STANDIFER and SON, PUBLISHERS
Filtered as Second Class Matter ul the Post Office at Bastrop, Texas.
Under Act of March 3, 1879.
URES S_j\ ASSOCIATION
?fil3 1 79701
Mis UwinKi Onborn has announe i
ed her candidal". foi iV'cleetion I
in the Office of country treasurer, i
suhjfift t<> action t>l tin' deuioera
tlr |miinary election on Ma\
Mis OsImiiii till lilied this posl-
lion efficiently and well durinu the |
yeat -• .'.he has served as count) |
Ire i-'ur- r, and with the growth of i
the county, siie has accuoi 'liilec!,
a baci(L',round of valuable cxper-
j ieiiee. This, coupled with the fact
| th.it lie cm i\ JXHiple and appre j
ei iles the opi*orluuily to serve I
then i nial.i her w < -11 qualified for i
, She will he grateful for youi vote
! of confidence in the coming dec
income r\\ sun i<«
Mrs. Pay DeOlcmdon Loe
. ^ COUNTY
^From . DEMONSTRATION agent
A ' Agriculture! Extension $«f vie# -IkKM A ft M. Cotton 9y*MI
For Valentine teredines In the
form of a sweel ri< ■ 'it tr\ tins
lie u l shaped merit.jille tilled w ilii
lemon. The recipe makes foui to
sis small nuiiia;uis or a larj;e
Before preparing the meringue
shell, line a cookie sheet with tin-
(.'la/r-d brown paper on which is
traced a large heart or small
hearts if you wish individual son
Beat four epus white until frothy
then add a half teaspoon (ream
of tarler and granually add one
cup si in v.ranuialed >. !'• al
until the mixture is stiff.
Add a half teaspoon vanilla and
(i few drops of red feod eololin:',.
Now. usini: n paslr.v lulic or
tahlespi on, outline live heart do-
Kiu'i Willi the meringue This makes
a border Then build up the outer
edge i>f the border to about a hall
inch and in Ihc center put iust a
bit of moiiir.'ue for a l a e,
Bake in a slow oven 127.'> deuces
until sel. The lar ;e hi art will lake
aim t one hour to cook -- the smal
ler ones from '■!■< lo !I0 minutes.
To remove the nvrnmiuie easily
from Ihc brown paper, lift Ihc
paper ami all from the pan and
place a damp towel on the warm
cookie sheet Replace the paper
and merinj'tic and after a minute
of sleamini the meriimue will
loosen from the paper.
I II \RI.OTTH
oi i; minus
The bi auly and lovely fragran-
ces of flowers are not all they
offer in the order of things.
The sclii.nl child knows the 1 in -
piirluut tmirllniw plants offer by
iiliMii'binu < urban dii.vhlc, ami j;i\
ii'S oil lite's u\* cn in return,
b I us il fdi :;cl another helpful
plant, the ct.lli.n lilnsMini literally
put the shirt on our hacks for
until,\ mam years
\V'e still feel the jo> of receiving
flower:, is one of Ihc great plena
arcs <>f life We put a little of
oursolv' into all our flowers . . .
i aeh order has our very special
>(• MAIN — IIARTROI'
Fill the heart will, a favorite
I lemon oi other fruit fiilin.: oi with
I ice I'lVJini.
Mll( PWCI.MS WHO
i si \\ \n\ sn i KHs
I .As pai' as wini use bah\ siller
did jou know the lolh winc. for
(>;..■ uls ol minors Mothers and
leather leave the house comforla
' bly. knowinc. the children are left
hi the care of a eoni|>cleijt siller
who has feeding instructions, lied-
time- anil a list of telephone nam
' hers lo i all ill ca.-e of emergency.
But that's not enough
I'recii us lime ina\ lie last he-
I cause they did not leave aulhori/n
lion for the doctor to do whatevei
i be thinks necessary.
Laws prohibit Ihc i e of certain
| inerllealions anil surgical proecc
an on minor without the consent
of parent or leeal guardians.
I lore is a SI!?; ';esled form to
| leave with till babj siller from
lane Kleischer. I'.siension s|Hvial
I i a at family lite education
"This will authorize whatever
iri almenl (medical or ur • eall is
necessary in the event ol illness
I or accident of our fmyi child ireni
whenever neither parent can I"
ler,aled Such treatments arc to hi
performed by M I .
address or and phone number
'or by a physician of his choice oi
by any licensed l>oe|or of Medi
Unclose the dale am! sit',nature
iif the parents, adds the 'IVx is
\A-M University sp<-cialit.
I Tl .is form can also he left at
school, or where the child works
if he is a minor. A copy should hi
also with the family doctor lo lie
me |here will be no frantic de
lays iu ease of an enicrj!cnc\
Fire of undetermined origin cans
ed considerable damage to ll<>l>
fay Cleaners (formerly Snow While
! I.aundi v) about 10 o'clock Monda>
morula. Flames spread up lb'
i back wall and through the rem
of II,e building, Ihrenlening the ail
miniti-. building, occupied by the
| Bastrop Furniture Compan.s. But
lor the prompt action of the Fin
Department, the high north wind
could have whipped the flame-
down the entire block.
The amount ol damage, which
wa confined largely to the back
of Ihc building, has not been esti
mated at this lime. The tlolida\
| Cleaners is owned and operated h\
Cecil (libhs of S;m Marcos.
I Is (hickrn "n Dumpling lime!
I lave dinner with its on Thursdays and enjoy chicken
'n dumplings like grandma used to make I
Try Our Workman's Lunch for $1.00
"F.nting Out Is Funl"
From SWTS! J
SAN MARCOS - Virginia Sue
Carnphell of Bastrop and John
Allen (!oi rtz of Reil Rock are
among the M' January gindnates
• if Southwest Texas Slate Univcr
iily There were who nH-eive«l
bachelor's degrees and II who re
■ lived master' degrees from Ihc j
Fiorn (lie four undergraduate
schools there were lit who grad !
Uateil from lb' School of Applied |
Arts, l\'i who . roilualed from the j
Sc| Mf| . f (education. 7ii graduahsl
I: on I the School of l.ilieral anil
Fine An and la who gradualefl
from tin School of Sciences
Mi . Campbell, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs C I) Campbell. vvIkw
major is Mleinenlary Fducalion,
received i B. S. degree iu Educa-
tion Mi- Campbell is now regis-
lerod in courses leading lo a cer-
j lificatc in Kinderuarlcn.
Goerlz ion of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
! (JoertZ, leeeived a I".. S degree
vviih a major In Mathematics.
Since no i:iiclualien ceremonies
i are conducted for the Januarv
I uradualos. Ihey may lake pari in
I the May graduation ceremonies.
To Show al Tower
"Alaskan Safari", a full color
I adventure Tilm aeolnimed as one of
die most exciting motion pictures
ever made on \laska. will lie fea !
1 lured at the 'I'ower Theatre here
lone dav nesI week, on Thursday,
Tlv ilre audiences will travel by
horse, tracked vehicles and planes
through the magnificent far north
«i'iinlr> in inus'il of all the arlie
animals Movie ;:oei not only see
lllese animals in lv auliful color,
liut also hear Ihc hair raising
growls of the gri /.l\ bear and all
the other sounds peculiar lo this
I primilivt land.
In southern Alaska. Mother Na-
J lure has produced the most perfect
home fm bears of any place in
the world. In this region Ihey grow
s lo their "ivalesl . i/e. And here the
camera follows the hunter as he
.lalk the Alaskan Brown Bear—
the largest carnivore on earth.
This animal will outweigh the
la re est Indian Tiger or African
Lion by I.(Km |)oun<ls.
i Some ol the finest photographs
[ ever taken of the polar hear are
i also shown as the camera man
toll, iw.- him ii in .- the ice pack
j of lb> Cluiehi. In quest of the
j caribou, Ball Sheep and giant
! Alaskan Moose, pilots land on re
mole mountain lops and ocean
Anglers are also given a treat
; the screen reveals fishing that
most sjiorlsmen are only able to
_ | |
Mr. and Mrs V. T. Smith of
nulla' ul innouncing the engage
meal and approaching marriage of
their daughter, Debbie, to Dickie
Henderson of Bastrop. Mr. Mender
son is the on of Mr and Mrs.
Tit w. Idlng will take place nt
tin CI arch ol Christ in Bastrop
on Sal rday, February I I.
The children of Mr. and Mrs.
; Matt Kreitz will honor them on
I heir (Seidell Wedding Anniversary
with an open house Sunday after
j noon, February 15, from two until
f. r o'clock al the John VV"iss
residence, 1H0a Pecan St., in Bas-
Friends and relatives of the
couple are cordially invited to call
! at that lime.
The Japanese are forsaking their
traditional bedrolls. There is now
lone Western-style bed in every five
I Japanese households.
Celebrate Your Savings
at <Ptggly Wiggly's
1V<K3ji 'PmchMVrice <Party
Thursday, Friday & Saturday, Feb. 5, 6 & 7
^ ' SAVINGS
1 ll>. jilvji*.
yii:n\ \ saiisac.r
Tim vio jijice
I for 81.00
l}> oz. ean I9e
VAN ('AMI* - NO. ■! ( \\
POKIv & I5E WS
2 for l()e
RATII III.AI'lv IIAWK
RATII ll li VI! I ARMS
RATII I.I M It >11!AT OR
2 lbs. $1.39
lb. pkg. 79c
12 oz. pkg. 79c
S< OTT1KS — 2im COI NT
FACIAL 1 ISSUE
skinm:r's — 8 oz. — short «
I T i;i,iio
BAN AJN A S 2 lbs. 29c
LETTUCE 2 heads 29c
FROSTY A( RFH — ll oz.
4 Cor 89c
12 oz. pkg. 59c
FROSTY ACRKS — III OZ. — OICI.O
Turnips & Greens 2 for 35c
MORTON S S OZ
POTATOES 10 lb.
SALMON lull no. 1
C II E E \i
1-2 j al. eln.
C I a <1 i o I a
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Standifer, Amy S. Bastrop Advertiser and Bastrop County News (Bastrop, Tex.), Vol. , No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 5, 1970, newspaper, February 5, 1970; Bastrop, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth238242/m1/2/: accessed July 14, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bastrop Public Library.