Bastrop Advertiser and Bastrop County News (Bastrop, Tex.), Vol. , No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 5, 1970 Page: 7 of 8
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BASTROP (TEXAS) ADVERTISER FEBRUARY * 1970
TERMS FOR CLASSIFIEDS
Minimum cost per ad. one time only
Cost per word, first insertion . .
Cost per word second insertion . . .
Service change for billing
Classified orders must be in by I p. m. Tuesday.
FOR SALE — Big mouth pjallon
fare complete with lids. Griffith's
COMPLETE LINE of Stanley pro-
ducts. Mrs. R. L. Landrum, 229-
ANDY'S REPAIR SIIOPPE - He-
pairs on appliances, largo and
small, radios, stereos. Call 229-3-11 j.
COASTAL REKMCDA SPRIGS
Machine dug, fast service. Moisture
in the ground now makes il ideal
time to plant Coaslal Bermuda. .Tic
bushel. Richards' Ranch, Smith-
I'ille, phone 2.17-3111. 44-1 f
FOR SALE — 3 bedroom home,
1701 Garfield. Mrs. «T. P. Sughruc,
phone Austin, III 2-8781 on week-
days, or call 229-2963 in Rastrop
on weekdays. 4(Vtf
FOR SALE — 1965 Chevrolet pick-
up, good condition. Radio, heater
and good air conditioner. Call
*29-3854. 45-1 f
FOR RENT — New brick duplex
npartments for young and elderly
people with low and moderate in-
c(>mes. Water, gas, stove and refri-
gerator furnished. Rental charge
mid size of unit are bused on in-
come and number of people in-
volved. For information, please
rail Mrs. Millie Cox, Executive
Director, Housing Authority, Smilli-
ville, phone 237-3286. « 45-1 f
One-bedroom cottage on wooded
lot 200 x 1000 feet. $6750.00,
I''OR SALIC — GI assessment loan,
11 per cent, small equity in 3-bed-
room, 2-balh house. One additional
lot connected. Ready for occupancy
around June 1. Some extras. 516
North Ave. H. Elgin, or call Klgin
AT 5-3711 after 5 p. m. 47-1
ADORABLE AKC registered Pe-
kingese p.ppies, Also wood for
sale. 229-2091. 49-1 f
Jack A. Poole
"LET US SELL YOC
A 1'IECE OF TEXAS"
Residential, Coninicrrlal, Farms,
IWIl Olive Strict,
Smltlivllle, Texas 78957
Area Code 512 — 287-270:1 or 237 .111.1
Two-bedroom home on a large lot.
Tli milled room home, completely
remodeled. Paneled and carpel-
ed, panel ray heal, pecan trees
and good garden soil. Owner
KBAL ESTATE — INSURANCE
1108 Main Street, Rastrop, Texas
Phone 229 2166
Phone Jill :si!
WAITRESS WANTED at Griffith's
Restaurant, Phone 229-2-165. 35-lf
BUILDING and lot for sale in
downtown Haslrop. See M. L. Lay-
ton or call 229-93-11. Will take some
trade. 46- If
l \<; DONO. AVON « AI.LINC —
You can earn SSS in your spare
lime selling guaranteed cosmetics
— in own locality. Cull now — 477-
8261 in Austin collect for Mrs.
SCIIKKTZ RADIO AND TV RE-
PAIR — All makes and models.
Antennas installed. Reasonable
rates. 708 Chestnut. Phone 229-3939.
J'HONE 25:1-2500 IN PAIGE
AFTER « P, M.
Box 11 Paige, Texas
1108 Water or 1106 Wilson
After 5 p. m. and on Saturday
We also repair Venetian blinds
For A Top Value Market On All Clawu* of IJveatock
LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALE
BONDED PITBMC WEIGHER
Every THURSDAY. 1:00 P. M.
Fort Worth packer top price* on all claw* of hoc*
Also bring your entile to the sale a* we have plenty ol
buyers for all cta)M of llviwtor*
Come and VMt the Sale Where Buyer* ami Seller* Meet
We are Bonded lor Year Protection.
Lockliart Livestock Auction
OFFICE PHONE: EX 8 3478 or EX 8 WIS
Joe lif It nth man
I 1.5 miles East of Delhi J
I Mail: Rosanky, Texas 78953 «
; Phono: (512) 495-3578 I
" *JLfiJUtJL9X8JU>-fl.P B PJ.gJLgJJUj
HOUSE FOR SALE — Corner of
Rutlonwood and Water Streets. Call
FOR HKNT — 5-room unfurnished
apartment. S75.00 per mouth, water
furnished Uennesey house, Utle.v
Road, FM 969 phone 229-3274.
Bl'It NX POODLE PARI.OR
Grooming of poodles and other
l small breeds. Toy silver stud and
| miniature apricot stud. Call Poodle
j Parlor, Phyllis Burns, 229-2567.
The complete liquidation of the
K\IIT II. McGEE farm machinery, I
Sat., Feb. 7, 10::<0 A. M. at the 1
I'mi in li eateil III miles east of Look- |
liorl, Tevas en Farm/Market road
Partial list of cauloment.
1 :'(VHi Model Ford Tractor (good)
I -tnflO Model Ford Tractor (Rood)
1 6000 Model Ford Tractor (1800
2 275 Model New Holland Wire
Tie. PTO hay baler (Rood)
2 450 Model New Holland Mower
\v 7 Ft. Culler bars.
2 Model 402 New Holland Hay
Crimper 7 ft. (i>oodi
2 161 Model New Holland liny
Wind inwvrs Crimpers, PTO
2 5fi New Holland Pull type Hay
Ford 4 row cultivator (only 80
Ford three row front mount
F Series Ford Lift tvne harrow.
James Way Coastal Bermuda
10-280 Model Ford three bottom
8 Ft. Ameo offset harrow, ((rood)
Bermuda Kin-r Sprip Planter.
Belton-Conlinenlal Sprayer, jet
1 Me ufnite root cutter.
1 John 9 ft. & 7 ft Mower.
I Air Compressor. 300 lb. pres-
I Windmill and derrick.
5 30 ft. ' " reinforcing steel.
1 Vice and anvil.
Plus many misc. Items.
For Information Contact Gavle
Ingram, Auctioneer, Box 579 Quit-
man. Texas. Or Carl Clark, I/x-k-
FOR SALE — Smithville Recrca-
| Hon Club, equipment and slock.
Gail Smithville 237-J628 or 237-%7ti.
FOR SALE — Travel Trailer,
8x28 ft., fully equipped. Air. con-
dilioned. In perfect condition, es-
pecially furnished for cucntort
See C. Q Scull <«• call 229 3943.
LOST — S*-l of keys including car
keys on steel ring between Post
Office and Belle's Emporium. Re-
waid for return to Sam Bright.
MALE HELP WANTED - Sec
Homer Wessels at Pigtfly Wiggi.v
•News and Comments-
from your COUNTY EXTENSION AGENTS
" T«xq> Agricultural Extension Sarvlf■■ ■
Saturday, March 7. 1970, I 00 p. m.
Capitol Livestock Auction Barn
Hasirop llwy. — Austin, Texas
All Clean Pedigrees
30 Cows & Calves
60 Springer Cows & Heifers
18 Serviceable Age Bulls
These cattle are in strong range
condition ready to work for you.
Catalogues on request
Edward Scull - P. O. Box 771
San Marcos, Texas
BI.I'E BONNET MEMBKItS
One month's extension of
SIMMI CASH BONI S
with a purchase of a
WI.STLNGIIOI .'SE ELECTRIC
ANDY'S PRICES —
$119.05 to SI 79.05
HAHY SITTING in niy home, by
the duy or by the hour. Cull '"'9
3445. 49 1
CUSTOM DRAPERIES, carpTls.
wall-coverings, furniture. "Shop at
Home" service available. Builders
Supply Co., 701 E. 3rd SI., P O
Box 509, Smithville l.inda (Mis
Sydney) S| encer, interior decora
tor, phone 237-2102 or 839 4411
FOUND: Small puppy, in the vi-
cinity of Wilson and Rutlonwood
streets. Owner please call and
identify it. Phone 229-2123. 49-1
CUSTOM PLOWING and planting
I .con Grohmun. 229-3008 or 229-
But do not freeze whole
the shell: water inside will
1 and break the shell.
Break such e^n and examine it
I caret :i|y. Freeze only high quality
Kj:g whites will freeze suocess-
| full.v without additional ingre<lu>nts.
I but exi! yolks become gumm> and
j lumpy attei Ihuwing lliey will not
| blend well with other ingredient!)
| unless you add a slabih/er
To prevent tins change in the
yolks, add a small amount ol ^<11.
sugar or other edible ingredient
before freezing. You also may add
the Ingredient to whole eggs you
freeze The choice of additive de-
pends upon the use of the eggs
For example add salt to yolks
if you'll use later for mayonnaise
Add si gar if ecus are u ed later
ill baked goods
Faeli cup of oi;", yolks should !>c
blended with one tablespoon of
sugar of corn syrup or one half
Freeze eggs In the amounts thill
you'll use at one lime.
A CRNTt'in Ol o
Today's youngster can expect to
live M to 100 year His imagina-
tion should be 'sparked' to this pos
nihility. Minnie Bell, Extension
specialist for . i* - in;- suct-esls liroad-
enini* his interest lieyond the imr-
row eonfin< s of learning a profes-
I -ion or trade and of suppurtiii).; a
I tumily. lie will !>e living long aflei
lie children are gone and out on
soi I'l l! 101 \s
Flavorful soups are perfect sand-
wich eampunions for a winter lunch.
I\i add taste and eye appeal, here
are some suggestions:
. . . stir (inch diced cheese into
steaming potato so p till molted
i allow 1 3 cup clttvse for each bowl
I of soup I.
Brown day-old bread cubes
m butter seasoned with garlic salt;
iiw. cubes in grated Parmesan
cheese: float on soup
. . . blend a little hot tomato
' soup into softened cream cheese;
stir into remaining soup and serve,
top IhavIs of cream soup with
bits of sharp cheese and minced
01 AIJTKB Ol-' A Mil l ION
The average American family Is
worth more than a quarter of a
million dollars spreading an in-
conic of $7 (XH) a year over '10
working years. How much the
tnone> is really worth depends on
the misuse the family makes of it
Women like a bargain. Bill at
the fo.xl market, deciding whether
a bargain is a bargain involves lots
Gwcudolyno (*1 vail. Extension
i-oii'.umer marketing specialist of-
fers tins motto as a guide Know
why when you buy. Have a basic
WANT TO BUY
Bastrop Bridge Company Tokens.
Will also buy other Texas Saloon
or Merchant Tokens. Barry
St rough. 2203 Milam, Houston, Tex-
as 77006. 19-4-pd
FOR SALE — Freezer, refrigera-
tor, organ, 2 Iv sets, sewing ma-
chine. Raymond House, 507 Marion
St. 49-1 -pd
FOR GOOD, DEPENDABLE
H O U S E
Frank Viktorin, Jr.
No. 844 AF Si AM
Stf t<*l meetings fourtt
Mnmtn.v ntRtil c n e I
month nl 7: :t0 p.m. Al
niemlHT* urged to at
tend. Viittlng brethren nordlall]
JAMES T. CRYSUP, W. M.
JERRY T. WOEHL, Secretary
Dr. Neil R. Gurwitz
HOURS: Daily 9:00 to 12:00
and 1:00 to 5:30
Closed on Thursday afternoon
OFFICE: 1110 Main St.
Phone CA 9-2106, Bastrop, Texas
FOR SALE — Reg, quarter mare
Will foal in alMiut three weeks.
Trained In all show events. Will
listen lo reasonable offer. Call af
lor 6 p. m. 229-2219, 49 2
FOB SALE — '69 model dish
washer, new with guarantee period,
slightly dnmagefl. Has 2 cycles,
wetting agent dispenser, avacado
Use as portable now, build in later
Made |o sell for 229.95. Buy now
at wholesale, 179.95. Andy's Rcpuii
Shoppc, phone 229-IH15. 49-lf
Round Up Club
(Formerly Fair Pavilion)
LA ORANGE. TEXAS
Friday, Feb. 6
Cottonwood Inn OMIeo
<mw :i tr,
H. E. DuBois
Offln* Honrs 9:00 to f-00
1001 Water Str.-H
Phone: Office Will
BASTROP. TEXAS 7HB02
— AT —
Sat.. Feb. 7th
ALL ARE INVITED
(Formerly Hnwler't Drive In)
10 MILES MUST OF BASTROf
ON IIIOHMAY 71
Sat., February 7
Ml SIC BV
I rider New Management
FaelllMen for private parttm
SET CPS, BEER. DANflNO
is no drug store on the vvesl ide
of Main Street II was with sail
lies: when we read the sign Oil
I the (V ir, and yet with gladness In
know thai our younger generation
is back home geUintr established
in busini - s Since ti e '30's when
II vv;i! my privilege to become a
efM/pil of Bufctrop. there lias al
ways Ijeen either :i Brannon Drug
Store or later an I. C Price Dru;;
Store bul now thai "Les" has
decided I-) enjoy life, the b ilding
stands empty as a symbol of pro-
Our congratulations to David
I.ock who has chosen to return to
his home town and to serve Un-
people of the town with his know-
ledge of medicine This handsome
young man in his neat white uni
form certainly depicts the efficient
young pharmacist Yes, we will
all have nostalgic memories of tlv-
Rexall Drui: Store hut this is the
price we pay for pre ,re.-s and this
is the way il tumid I Whcllier
we like it or not. we have become
the Senior Citizens, Many changes
will be made in II. ■ future for
Bastrop 'Hii■- Is only one of the
many changes that will lake place-
in time to come, andi lo quot- Dr.
lo mala- plans fur the Sunrise Ser
Vice lo lie held ill Bastrop Stale
Park Easier Mornine. For years
till- was one of the outstanding
events of tile Easier Morn As the
nil broke through the early morn-
ing clouds and sent the warm rays
thro'gh 'he stalely pines at Bas
trop State Park, the early morning
worshippers fell that early morn-
ing "Holiness" only felt with the
breaking ef u new dawn This ser
vice has been eondutced through
the coo|s-rallon of all the Churches
No one particular religion has been
ilr< sseil, only the meeting of the
mui'I.-. for a single purpoHe.
T! is year the service will lieglll
al (i l)tl a in at the Refectory
Building Scats will be available,
or you may bring your own folding
chair. Tell your friends and bring
11n'in with you and lets have one
of tin- finest gatherings seen in
many years What heller way can
we start the '70s, than to have
;i purp'>.<' and mciuiiiig for our
The Chnml>er of Commerce
would have Ixen represented ill
} Victoria on Friday of last week,
tiul a IkjuI with the flu look care
| ol that So' ry that we missisl this
Br- son, "Nothing ever comi that j Important meeting,
able to attend the
isn't for the better". Tlie only
problem wili lie for the "Old-
timers'' to keep up the "Tim' 1"
Belle's Emporium, which has
been owned and operated by
Eli/.alieth and Andy Lyle for the
past two year is lh< projier sei
ling for the dr g store.
Mrs Lyle, who has rc tored one
of the oldest building in Bastrop,
has moved the gift and antique
stock, and ullhoi-,:h not formally
opened, is doing business at the
new location us the Emporium.
We wish her the greatest success
in her new location Her restoration
of this ramsliaekle building into one
of the most outstanding and beau-
tiful in town is something to be-
hold. By relulning the olrl Vic-
lorian architecture and keeping the
open patio, il Is most attractive
Cities all over the United Stales
are stressing the need for "Clean-
up", "Paint t'p and "Fix-up"
Your Cham is i of Commerce hopes
to join with the City of Bastrop
and stress this very important
point in making Rastrop the kind
of place that we want il lo be We
can no longer afford lo be a
"little <1:rty town '. We are going
to have to lie a "Big (lean Town".
"Ellis will not he a matter of wheth-
er we want to or not. It will be a
mailer of whether We irvive Of
not Other towns are r- storing and
remodeling in order to bring t'nir-
isls to their conwn initicK They
are realizing the value of the tour-
ist dollar which is brought into the
community and from which the
community receive* lax dollars.
These dollars are earned without
great effort, just the fact of hav-
IT :t hois'
We are h ippy to report that new
members an- coming Into the
CI.amber of Commerce. 'Ilic Cliarn
bcr of Commerce, like everything
else has lo have money lo operate.
Without your help this is impos
| sihle The more members wo have,
the more active we can become
This i youi Chainlier of Com-
merce and il is YOUR business lo
| see that It does what YOU want
'it to do. "DON'T ACHE, ACP".
Did You Know That
W YEARS AGO THIS WEEK -
The following ladles of the U>sl
Pines fiarden Cluli weic appointed
lo start work on the V.f.M Flower
Show to be held in lis- spring. They
are Mrs. E. II. Smith, Miss Lena
Stui ges, Mr: Frank Denison, Mrs.
Earl Corson, Mrs. .less Walker,
Mrs .! <> Bryson, Mrs. W B.
Bans 'me, Mrs Henry Schuyler,
Mrs II L. Perkins, Mrs. Henry
S"l 'sla, Mrs R M Wiley, Mrs.
Bob Gray, Mrs II. C Wilkins, Mrs
[ ,1 W. Simmons. Mrs, C. L. I^iw-
j icnce, Mrs O. B Wolf, Mrs C.
' W, I skew Mrs .lack Claiborne,
! Mr I! A. Elzner, Jr., Mrs. W E
Maynard, Mrs, Oren lOskew and
'Mrs Cecil I/wig. Civile Reynolds
w-a a|rpolntrsl to take care of the
! men' division in the- flower show.
Drive 'n Grocery
Veterans arwl servicemen with
something for the visitor toiU. S. Government Life nnd Na-
■ee which i of interest Rastrop J •'"""I Service Life lnsurance poll-
, cies will receive $^V1 million in
hA* many of these things, w<- l'*t dividend* In 1970, according lo the
I nwil to make good use of tb"m. VA.
plan and keep informed concerning
the foods you l«iy regularly.
Delermine a gotsl buy by the
•luuiuy. UmkI value and (aunly pi-e-
Oranges U lay are the pas&woid
for taiuiiv li« ulth and t-coiKiniy In
fad isie lai'Mf oranuc supplies most
if the duil) rei,]uiit'iiuiiii> of vila-
A ti-vv suggestion for using
Cut the citrus into different
shapes ,uid #i/es: mix with cruuchy
while eueoii I
Mix dft|e , fig„s and orange pieces
lor i dessert of appetizer
Ti>(< Ice c|i am oi sherbet with
I si' oiungc juice in plan of milk
In the egg batter for Frepch toast.
Add a bil ol gral' d oranj |«-el.
I Try il lopped with orange niarma-
Bas+roo C of C News
BY MARGARET PI-'EIFFER
Main Street i-: chiiir ing1 For | Mcntls'rs of the Churches of
the first lime in more years than | Bastrop met in the Chamber office
I can remember in Haslrop then
I WOI III I IKE TO AN VOI NCF I'll K FORMIM. Ol- \
CONSTItl (HON FIRM TO III-: KNOWN AS
Lakeview Building & Materials Co.
COMMERCIAL III II OlMiS, IIOMKS, 111 MOIIKI l\ l
OF AI.I. KINIIS. LAHOF ANII SMAI.I.
FNtilNKKIIINii AMI I'l.VVMMj SI KVICKS \\ VII \BI I
E. L. GALLOWAY
P. O. BOX "M I'llONE '!'!«
BASTROP, TEXAS 7HIIK •
•17 S |kI
STOCK DISCOU IN T
ROCK OF A(iKS MONUMENTS
li. W. Slolz Mcmori:il.s Inc.
Ilrnwer E. — l<n Orange, Texas 7HIIIB — lll|;liway 71 Eunt
O. L. Aldrich
IflOIl NORTH MAIN — I'llONE
New and Remodeling Jobs
Repair Work Done
Sewer Lines and Septic Tanks
Electric Sewer Line Machine
CALL IKOZW FOR PROMPT SKKVK IO
Willi OPERATOR AVMLAIILI I OR
Road Building, Terracing, Plowing,
Tank Digging, Land Clearing, Etc.
/. R. "Nig" Hoskins
SPIRITUAL READER & ADVISOR
Special Reading $1.00
The Gofl-tfiven power lo heal by prayer FIveryonc Welcome at
her home. What you sec with your eyes, your licatt will believe.
Do you ni'isl belli? l>o you have had luck? Urin« your problems
lo her today ana be rid of them tomorrow. She aaviscs on all af-
fairs of life There's no problem mi ureal she can't solve tlsiw
to hold your Job when you have failed and how to suecceil, witliout
D'kinK a single worrl and reunited the sijparalisl), Upon re u-bini^
womanhood aisl reull/tnK st.c had the (^ul tjlven Power to help
humanity, she has devoted u lifetime lo this work. From the four
corners of the world they came to see her. Cuaranteed lo remove
evil infl'ience and bad luck.
Hie re is no pity for those who know they are in hard luck and
need help aiwl do not come for il one visit will oiiiviik'c you.
She k'ives liM-ky days and numbers, Lifts you out of sorrow and
lark — and starts you on the way to success and happiness.
Isin't confuse her w;th any other readers. Guaranteed lo see
results wtih your own eyes. Sister Loin Is not a Gypsy.
Illll RS: 7 A M In P. M — OI'KS 7 DAYS \ MKF.K
NO Al-M"OINTMENT NECESSARY
WATCH FOR SIGN
Highway 71 East of Smithville
.11 ST OCT OF CIT\ LIMITS
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