Bastrop Advertiser and Bastrop County News (Bastrop, Tex.), Vol. , No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 28, 1971 Page: 10 of 12
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HASTROI' i I'KXASi AD\ KKTISKH. OCTOBER 2H, 11171
Texas-Land of Contrast"
Places First In Nation
rh'or Football I nns:.
GAME-TIME BASKET PARTY
82 Students On BHS Honor Roll
AUSTIN -- Fertile second time
in four years, Texas has reaped
a pair of coveted DATO citations
for the finest state travel pro-
motion program in the United
States. The awards were pre-
sented on Oct. 2 in Atlanta,
Ga., at ceremonies climaxing the
annual convention of the nation's
DATO, the Discover America
Travel Organizations, Inc.,
R l NO
I NGAOfMl NT
More Dash Than Cash
It's the latest in diamond dazzle
A big. bold diamond lor a small,
easy to take price See our new
Starfire Styles . all registered
and protected against diamond loss
"For Things Finer"
lavished high praise on the Texas
Tourist Development Agency and
the Texas Highway Department
for their separate but cooperative
programs for stimulating greater
travel to and within the state.
Faking DATO's top literature
award was the Highway Depart-
ment's new 208-page travel book,
TKXAS - LAND OF CONTRAST.
In addition, the per.sonneI
and service of the dei>artment's
II tourist bureaus were lauded.
Phe Texas Tourist Develop-
ment Agency was accorded
DATO's highest advertising
award for its "brilliantly con-
ceived campaign comprising con-
sumer image advertising based
on the flexible theme, 'Texas is
- - - -.' " plus development
of package tours, U.S. and for-
eign travel writer tours, and
leadership in establishing the
new multi-state Conquistadores
The twin award swore achieved
in the highest category of com-
petition among other states, fed-
eral, and territorial govern-
ments. The committee of travel
experts selecting Texas for the
1971 awards was headed by
Stephen K. Kelly, president of
the national Magazine I'ublishers
Association, and included F. J.
MilIIins, senior vice president of
American Airlines, and Robert
J. Sullivan, general manager of
the San Francisco Convention
and Visitors Bureau.
Both the Highway Department
and the Tourist Development
Agency captured similar national
awards in 19(58 for Texas travel
promotion activities. Frank
Hildcbrand, executive director of
the Tourist Development Agency
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said, "The fact that the State
of Texas has been recognized
twice in four years for its tour-
ist development efforts is signi-
ficant, and highly gratifying. As
far as we know," he said, "this
is the first time that a state
lias been repeatedly honored by
the national travel industry."
Pom II. Taylor, director of the
Highway Department's Travel H
Information Division, remarked
that DATO represents the real
t ra ve I profe ssl onal s of the nation.
"And more important than win-
ning," he said, "is the hope
that these awards signify we're
on the right track in the excit-
ing business of promoting the
Texas visitor industry."
Currently, Texas attracts
more than 21 million visitors
from ut of state each year.
Their annual spending reaches
$1.5 billion. In a series of
enticing color ads in national
publications, the Tourist Devel-
opment Agency seeks to create
a travel image for Texas, and
expand the tourist flow. Welcom-
ing those who arrive, Highway
Department tourist bureaus at-
tempt to extend the average stay
by providing vacation informa-
tion and a wealth of colorful
The cooperative programs of
the two agencies have nearly
doubled the Texas tourist in-
dustry during the past eight
years. Both ilildebrand and
Taylor said that future prospects
are just as bright, but will re-
quire continued aggressive pro-
motion to meet the challenges
of competition from other states
Ft. Polk, La. - Army Private
Arthur D. Cruz, 18, son of Mrs.
Sophia Cruz, of Bastrop, recently
completed eight weeks of basic
training at the U.S. Army
training center, Infantry, Ft.
He received instruction in drill
and ceremonies, weapons, map
reading, combat tactics, military
courtesy, military justice, first
aid, and army history and tradi-
FOOTBALL AND FOOD are equally part of the seasonal cele
bration*. A picnic with game-time savvy features Bread Howl
salad (foreground), hrispy < rackers spread with cheese, Banana
Chilton Cup Cakes. Jugs ol steamy collee and tea are "musts."
Football entertaining is auicly one of the easiest kinds of lull
party you can plan if y<<ur approach to the game includes a
sensible, no-work outdoor eating arrangement. Gather your Jans
together at the stadium a back in your own backyard, before
game-time on TV. For food, mix old favorites with good new
ideas', some of the best stall with NFL Training Table Foods.
The luct that they're the foods served at official training tables
makes them "football's own" just the thing for your lootball
party. Newest idea: a Bread Howl salad. Slice the top off a round
loaf of bread and scoop out the bottom. Butter the resulting
"bowl", line it with lettuce and till with a hearty, meaty salad.
To serve, slice wedges from the liowl, salad and ail, and lop with
a slice cut from the top of the bread. Result: a football "hero".
And whatever you do, don't forget dessert: armchair quarter-
backs get as hungry as the playing kind. For a cliange-of-taste
sweet, try Banana Chiffon Cup Cakes.
BANANA CHIFFON CUP CAKES
Bastrop High School Principal
C D Cnmpb II has released the
following Honor Roll for the First
Six W eks of the 1971-72 school
Studi nts making the all "A"
honor roll made no grade below
.10 while the "A" and "B" honor
oil is comprised of students mak-
ing no grade b< low 80 on any of
the six subjects being taken this
year The Senior Class is to be
commended for having the most
stud, nts making the Honor Rolls
although they are the smallest
class in high school.
"A" HONOR ROLL:
Krie Carre jo
Kathy Ko nig
"ire nt Goertz
"\ ntf Stripling
l'/2 cups sifted all purpose flour
1 cup Domino or Spreckles
1 tsp. baking powder
>/? tsp. baking soda
>/2 cup fully ripe mashed
(one medium banana)
y4 cup butter
Domino or Spreckles Confectioners' 10X Powdered Sugar
Blend dry ingredients. Add sour cream, banana, butter and eggs.
Mix at low speed of electric mixer until blended, about one minute,
or mix by hand with a spoon. Fill paper or foil-lined medium
muffin cups two-thirds full. Bake in pre heated 350° oven for
25 30 minutes Cool. Sprinkle with confectioners' sugar. Makes
about 24 cup cakes.
Card of Thanks
I would like to tliank everyone
for the food, flowers, cards,
condolences, telegrams, money
and all other kind deeds shown
me at the death of my husband.
Mrs. Vemell McDonald
and F'amily 35-1-pd
The National flower of the
United States is the goldcnrod.
RECENT GUESTS HERE:
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mangum
of Bay City spent several days
last week in the home of Mrs.
O. F. Gest and Fred Herms.
While here, they also visited
with Mrs. (Jus Keil.
Henry Wads worth Longfellow is
I he only American whose bust
is in Westminster Abbey in Eng-
"A" <S- "B" HONOR ROLL:
Ma-y Jo MrCall
vlarji ss Tuck
Ijiju. nn Smith
F ;drn Schneider
I .annv Morton
"nnv la Wilkerson
Instructor At East
Texas State U.
Williams Peebles of Commence
U one of 151 graduate assistant
instructors to be appointed in the
College of Arts and Sciences for
1971-72 at Fiist Texas State Uni-
Both Mr Peebles and his wife
are attending the University work-
ing towards their doctorates.
Peebles, 28, is the son of Mr
and Mrs Eugene Peebles of Bas
trop. His wife, Barbara, is from
Watch tor Baby Mllo!!!
Did You Know That
30 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK —
Polly Wichmann celebrated her
seventh birthday with a party
given by her mother. The guests
were Ann Loveless, Ann Adams,
Iinda Claiborne, and Itay Wich-
Mrs. Bille Osborn was
pleasantly surprised withabirth-
day dinner at her home recently .
Those attending the party were
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tittle, Mr.
and Mrs. Horace Reeves, Mr.
and Mrs. George Shirley, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Wolfenberger
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Moncure and children, J. F. Fer-
guson, George Wolfenberger,
Mrs. Osborn and sons, J. L.
Drive 'n Grocery
SUNDAY. OCTOBER 31st
CHURCH OF GOD
LOCATED ON NORTH MAIN ST. IN BASTROP
Evangelist SUE WILLIAMS
and Singer from Lockhart
Rev. Horner Wallace, Pastor
THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF BASTROP
SANCTUARY OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
On the Completion and Dedication of the
BEAUTIFUL NEW CHURCH BUILDING
useful and attractive, llie new Church is an outstanding addition to
Bastrop, and we hope it will he a pleasure to all who worship there.
Officers, Directors and Employees of
THE CITIZENS STATE BANK of Bastrop
'Your Friendly Bank
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Standifer, Amy S. Bastrop Advertiser and Bastrop County News (Bastrop, Tex.), Vol. , No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 28, 1971, newspaper, October 28, 1971; Bastrop, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth238332/m1/10/: accessed July 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bastrop Public Library.