Bastrop Advertiser and Bastrop County News (Bastrop, Tex.), Vol. , No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 5, 1970 Page: 5 of 8
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Bastrop <texas> Anvnmsrs February 5. ltfo
I ;/m Farmer
I.a lira l-uake
Mann I laywood
Willie R. Hi Rogers
A. I.. French
Baby Boy Benford
Real ha Gon/ale.s
Charlie W. Eskew
Baby Boy Gonzules
Baby Boy Castillo
Mary I.awl ion
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MIlS. Alt I'lll IS C.OKRTZ,
\ 11 s sri: Uvs
Hilbtg grand knight of
the Rockne Council Knights of
Columbus, presided ai lite monthly
I meeting held in the K of C Hall,
Rockne, T esday evening, January
27, at S p. m.
Among the business discussed
was a membership (Vive.
Rev. Wiihold Paulus chaplain,
spoke <pii the "Evolution of Christ-
I ianily," tracing this li nn the lime
| Members attendiii-;
wore Rev Paulus D;
' Art bur Cioert/. CI.ail
i Till, Norman Klaus,
Fred Fiebricli, I lei
\lliert Klaus. Dun
j llcnzcii lli.r.u'c Fi
| Reck, August Boer,
t John Weiss, Marvin
1 Vorlin (Joertz.
\ id Fiebrich.
■les Ott, Fells
i man IkirUni.
I sell and
of the Jews 10
Citrus Fruits Are
COLLEGE STATION - January
through May is orange and grape-
fruit season in Texas: the high
vitamin C, low calorie citrus are
most abundant now.
Mrs. Gwendolyne Clyalt, Exten-
sion consumer marketing specialist,
litis one reminder for orange buy-
ers: you gel about as much juice
fur the price from small oranges
as fiom large oranges.
Heavy fruil usually is more
Other good food values this week,
the Texas A&M University special
ist says, include apples, tangerines,
bananas, potatoes, head lettuce,
celery, cabbage, carrots, sweet po-
tatoes, dry yellow onions, eggplant
Mrs. Clyatt reports thai best re-
tail pork values will be on hams,
canned hams, picnics, end-cut loin
roasts and chops, shoulder roasts
and steaks and pork liver.
Fryers remain in plentiful supply
at low prices. Fmzen turkeys and
turkey parts are reasonably priced.
B> llin na Milan a
The Rea relies started district
play lh:; week, piuyin then first
two of siv district games.
Ijist Mi nday night found the
girls in Smithville ready to meet
their first district rival. The B
team started the evening off right!
with a .'16-29 victory. Fn.ske domi-!
nated I he seorin 1 with a total of |
points. In lie A game Bastrop
scored first and even though even-
ly inatclved the first quarter,
Smithville had taken the lead by
the half, -tl DO. This did not faze
the girls for a new stride •> broindil
the Rearettes back to an even
score with Smithville throughout
the last half. The game was a
very close one tlial was lost 45-17.
McCall hit 21 points, Namken Hi,
and Kragh 7.
Thursday night the Bearettcs
hosted the I Ailing Eagles. The B
team seemed lo be suffering from
winter's famous flu and common
cold). Their playing was below
average and the game was lost
22-11.'!. The scattered scoring shows
(ion/ales hit !). Sanders 7, Frlske
I., and llobbs 2. In the A game
hustling Bearelte guards held Lul
ing back so Baslrop could stay
on top the first half. AI the end
of the third quarter Bastrop trail-
ed by one point,
The fourth quarter moved fast,
the teams matched each other
score for score. One point is as
good as a hundred and that's all
the Bcarclles liar' as I hey heal I. 1-
ing 48-47. The starters all hit in
the double figures, Houston 1!',
Namken 17, and McCall 12. Both
teams hit well from the floor, but
tJiey really excelled at the free
throw line for Bastrop hit 89 per
cent and Lul ing 8t> percent of their
These one and two point differ
onces shew the district l-.mis to
be pretty evenly matched, but as
everyone knows, anything can hap-
pen in a ballgame. What will hap-
pen remains to be seen. Bastrop
plays Smithville at home, Feb. 5.
They travel to Luling Mon. the Oth.
The last district game will lie in
Bastrop when the Bearettcs meet
Eagle l<ake, Thursday the 12th
Game time for all district games
and Complete Service
Business — Liability — Farms
Homes — Fire — Autos
REAL ESTATE BROKER AND INSI RANCE AOENT
KKAI. KSHTK -M ! t\\
1108 Main St. Next to the U. S. Post Office
CA $-7166 - BASTROP. TEXAS
lilt CM It l IS(TSSES
no li i'ltli i i i;/E
Tlu High Price Squeeze was
topic discuss- -d at the Rockne
Cl'.b meeting, 'An' day evening
January '7, held in Sacred Heart
I School Library.
Mrs. I.ois Hopper, exten.
I gent, gave the prog rim and
led sluics pertaining lo llu*
1 It was pointed out that much of |
ihe high cos! of pre lucts especial-
11\ iu a suiK'rmarket are caused
j by I lie selection and demand of
i the consumer, impropei buying,
demanding of more specialized pro-
ducts. more atmosphere in the
supermarkets, and more sanitary
packaging. The consumer conlri
hules to inflation.
Food prices have risen the must
during the ixisl two years. One
and one fourth billion dollars arc
spent <'j:iil> in the United Slates
for goods and services.
Mrs. Hopper also discussed mod
ern fumit ie, hair do's and cloth-
ing. Bulletins on roses and foods
Mi . Joe Probst, president, pre-
sided. The Council report was
given by Mrs. Jerry llilbii . coun-
Elvis Pi- I > is i doctor and Mary Tyler Moore, as a nurse
therapist lake 1 oren.i Kirk - patient lliey have cured of u men-
tal di or-l- foi in ening in liie park as part of the therapy in
the Technicolor drama 'Outline of Habit," showing at the Tower
I Ileal re Tl;ui-'i l-'i ■ '. i\ aid Saturday. Released by Universal
Pictures and n esleO for General Audiences the film also stars
Barbara McNalr and Regis Tooncy
Garden Club Meets
In Jones Home
On Monday evening
the Lost Pines Garden
in the home of Mrs. A.
located in the licuiitiliil
a. • i..ling Mrs.
o the club were
and Miv Charlt
of this week,
(.'tub mi l
| The club had thi
| hearing Mrs. Oliver
Members attending were Mrs
Joe Probst, Mr Herman Wllbchn.
Mrs. Fred Goerlz. Mrs. Verlin
llendrix, Mrs. Adolph Seidel. Mrs.
Adolpli Hoffman, Mrs. Jerry nil-
hie.. Mrs \nton Goerlz. and Mrs
land, a guest,
Red Rock Boys
Enter Stock Show
More than 2ft) FFA and I II Hub
boys front throughout South Texas
have entered the Calf Scramble
event, which will lie a part of each
mdeo performance at the San An
tonio Show and Rodeo, February
13 through 22nd at ,Ioe Freeman
Coliseum. Waiter T. McKay Chair
man of the event announced to-
The Calf Scramble which is
s|X>nsored by I landy-Andy Super
markets of San Antonio, Austin,
and Corpus Cbrlsti, is one of Hie
most entertaining features of the
P. Harris of
Taylor give in interesting program
on the subject of "Basic Table
Settings". Mrs. Harri- is a mem-
ber of seven garden clubs, serves
on I lie San Antonio Council, and
is a Master Judge, as well as be
ing a major in Home-Economics
Her interesting and informative
program w.e. climaxed by a que-
lion and answer se-sion.
G'csts who accompanied Mrs.
Harris from Taylor for the oe
(vision were Mrs. Ernest Ochs,
Cleo E. Bell. Mrs August J.
Adamek, President of the Taylor
(inr'-n flub, and Mrs R. W
VA domiciliary care Is prev'ded
mi an ambulatory, self-care basis
j for qualified veterans disabled by
age or disease who are not in need
j of acute hospitalization, and who
i do not need tin skilled mu sing or
vices provided iu nursin r homes
AVIUM I SAI.E
il Ihe Home of Miss Ruhie A.
i Rousseau, Deceased; ,'WH So. Leon
: St., Giddings, Texas, Saturday,
February 7. 1070. BEGINNING al
9:00 A. M. Items for sale: 2
j-piece Walnut Bedroom suits,
• milk glass collection and some
oilier small items
Regular memlvrs allending wore
| Mi i l l.owden, Mrs. Albert
I.-'ck. Mis Henry Motiser, Mrs.
l-'runk Milium, Mis. Gordon Ilef-
ucr, Mis Oren Eskew, Mrs. Gor
don Rnsaliky, Mrs I N. Powell,
Mrs II C Wilkins, Mrs. Tom
i lived, ir Mrs Jim- Eskew, Mrs,
. Eai I Corson. Mrs (May Collier,
Mrs l> It Turner, Mrs James
| P. Sharp, Mrs Joe Pfeiffcr and
Refreshments were served from
a beautifully dceoraksl table de
picling Ihe Valentine theme, with
the cenlerpiece of red carnations.
More Than 7.">00
Vote In (lounty
Rivistration of voters will run in
excess of 7a()0 for Bastrop County,
accoivling lo CI\ de Reynolds, Bits
Imp County tax assosaor-eollcctor.
Registration closixl last Saturday,
Jautiar>' 111. at mldnigbt, and per
sons who failed lo register In-fore
that time will not In- qualified
vole in an\ election, including
school trustee and city elections,
this year Registration applications
were available at a nunilier of
l*iinis over the county, inrhnlinr
the tax assessor-collector's office
in the courthouse.
Mr Reynolds stated that last
minute mail in lus office was c\
Mi ami Mi- Max (i Tlnele of
Tliorndale aiv the parents of a
son, Kiii I Allen, who was Iniiii
January Ml al Si Dav id's llospilal
Crandparcnts are Mr. and Mrs
Max M Tliielo of Coupkutd and
Mi and Mrs Oilillli'. 11<m i 111.in ol
Is Candidate For
Justice of Peace
Norman Klaus has aunounc.-i' hi-
candicL'icy Ibis week for ti e oiiiet
of justice of ihe peace precinct t
subject to action of the democrats
priinaiA election on Ma\ '
^'r. Klaus was horn and reansl
in Riil Rock lie is ID years old
and a farmer-rancher in Ihe coin
to | luunily Personable and aru-ealili-
he is intcivsled in llie wclfaic - i
Ihe RihI Rock area, and il el- i -I
to this office, l,e pledges hi linn
and energy to the couscicniion;
luiniMing of di duties lie will up
prccialc the vole and iufliienee ol
the |M'oplc of prcciiicl .! in tin
\ FW W*s\ Siinkr
11 milcrs Turn 111
l<> I %; 111 Irrs
Nineteen i:\lili nakes were lurn-
ed hi Sunday Fr>br iry I, Ihe first
Sunday ol the Annual Rattlesnake
\ lee of 25 cenis |wr snake is
p.ml the hunters and in ai'idiiioti
I i till 11 .1 ii l.pol, e Ill-ill) collect-
ed. hall of which will lie given
lo Ihe pel - - hi killing the longest
rattlesnake, one fouiili to the one
klllnn llu- shortest ■ uako, and olio
I<>ill Hi lo Hi- person killing Iho
greaiesi miiliber ol snakes.
Tlie i.uni will exli-iid 11 ai-ugh the
month, oi Febi n o - and M.iri II,
ci it 1111 Suiidav March '!i
VIcDaile. Mrs. Tribly
Austin and Mr aiul
Creel of MeDaile arc
KHTI'KIXK IIEItlTACIK, a 2S-
minute lilm on the natural in'auly
and wildlife eluarics and their al
tractions lo a young Ixiy, is now
available. Write Film Library,
Texas Parks and Wildlife Depart
nienl, John II Reagan Building,
Austin, 78701, for Ibis film.
Yon Arc Cordi:tlly liniL'tl
To \Tisil TIip New Ol'l'iccs of
l.osl rinos Title Co., Inc.
Located al !M) I YValer Stive) In Rastrop.
Our luisiiiess i< Title Insurance, written as an
atrent of Stewart
antl Abstracts. Offict
dav thi'i. I''ri(lav, «>n S:
hits are S
av N t
lo f> Mun-
Votir business will I"1 approciatetl.
ITAlvRY rOI'K.IiAND, President
Tlin BEST TELEVISION
( IIS Movie
June l ond.i
8 l . M. on 7
( IIS Moiic
"flitters I rail"
7:A0 I'. M. on 7
SIM ( I VI.
I III: The
Du Klnii lo llutt
V P. M. on 7
• Audrey Hepburn
10:3(1 I'. M. on 7
7 Star Tliciitcr
Marlon lii.ui .o
H I'. on 7
Monday --- I liday
I (It AO I'. M. on 7
Twenty Ixiys will participate in
each f.'alf Scramble event, racing j
after Kl frisky calves. The 12 to 1
l.i year-old boys are equipped with j
u sliorl rope halter, and .villi a
ration of two boys to one calf,
they literally scramble after the i
animals in tills fun-filled free-for-
all. The object is to halter the ani- .
mal and drag il across the finish i
The youlh will Im> competing for
livestock purchase certlfk'atcs. Ten
boys in each event will lie win :
tiers, with the first across the •
finish line lo receive a $50 certifi 1
ealc on down lo the tenth place 1
j winner wlto will receive a $15 eer
In order to maintain the boys
I amateur standing and also to en-
I courage them in getting started in
their own livestock production, llu
; ertifieate must be used to pur-
| chase the stock of their clioice j
! Only after the boy has si town his |
I interest in caring for the animal ,
does Ihe title pass lo him.
Boys from this area who will
; he competing are Kevin Hilbig
i and Doyle Klaux fiom Red Rock
; with David Tin ker of Red Rock
I as alternate. All three are 1-11
I Club iHiys.
In addition to the hilarious Calf
Scramble event, Rodeo fans will
i sec professional RCA cowboys com-
peting In Rull Riding, Calf Rop
l ing, Steer Wrestling, Bareback
! Bronc Riding, and Saddleback
, Btrmc Riding. An Open Cutting
1 Horse content will also Ik- a fea j
' tutv in each itxioo,
Five of the tilggest ruimes in .
Country Music will be entertaining i
I rluring the 10 day run of the Stock
Show ami Rodeo — Sonny James !
Fehniary 15-15; Porter Wagoner i
j and Dolly Parton, February 16-19;
| and George Jones and Tamrny
Wynette, Fcbniary 20 72nd.
Rodeo tickets are priced at $'2.00
$.100 and $3 50 arui may lie oh-
; taincnl by mail by writing to Harry •
; Freeman, Ticket Chairman, 1015
• Tower Life Rldg, .San Antonio
And wo qo out of our way to find it.
Hopefully, before you do. Wo keep
our telophone cables under air
pressure to protect them from water,
and we're constantly checking for
leaks. We're testing your
telephone line regularly to discover
any potential problem before it
occurs. But if you do notice trouble
on your line before we do, just give
us a call. We'll fix it... at no
extra charge to you. We may be the
only phone company in town,
but we try not to act like it.
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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/m1/5/: accessed August 8, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bastrop Public Library.