The Llano News (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 15, 1959 Page: 6 of 8
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TNI LLANO NfWS
THURSDAY, JANUARY IS, 1W
The LLANO NEWS
Entered in the Llano Poat Office
M second claaa mail matter under
the Act of Congress of 1878.
Published Every Thursday at
L. A. Reddell ................ Publisher
(Mrs. Luelle Larremere Editor
In Llano and surrounding counties
One Year _
*“ Elsewhere in Texas
One Year _3 00
Out of State of Texas
One Year 3 50
Obituaries ami Resolutions
Respect charged at regular adver
Dr. Leon Zwiener
In Llano Every
Hotel Llano Lobby Entrance
9:00 to 3:00
(Later by Appointment Only)
VALLIY SPRING GROUP
SETS 1059 GOALS
The Valley Spring Rural Neigh
bar hood Improvement Organiza-
tion met. Tuesday night. January
5, with T A Short presiding
Hill Osbourn, chairman of the
committee on installation of Bu-
tane System (which is one of the
goals for the yean reported on
the expenses incurred so far The
group voted to complete the pro-
ject by buying two large stoves
and a water heater
The committee on landscaping
the community grounds made fur
ther plans for resetting the
shrubs which died during the
year, and adding others This goal
is expected to be completed by
the end of the month Native
shrubs will be used mostly in the
For recreation some of the
group played “42” Refreshments
were served to eight families
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so far as to pay bigger salaries to
attract high caliber men into pol-
itics, the report conclude*.
1739 H STRUT, N.W., WASHINGTON 6, D. C.
Guests in the R T Brown home
recently were their children, Mr
and Mrs Henry Martin and son of
San Francisco, California Loo
Snoddy of Anson, Mr and Mrs.
Charles Conden and children of
f»s Angeles, California, and Mr
and Mrs Bill Brown
Friday & Saturday January 16 & 17
The Last Of The Fast Guns
JOCK MAHONEY — GILBERT ROLAND
This month the HD clubs are
studing special diets. A part of
the study includes weight control
and weight reduction
Correct weight means eating
better, looking better, feeling bet-
ter, and living longer Obesity is a
chronic disorder for which sci-
ence has discovered no cure
That's why there are so many fad
diets. F.ating low calorie refresh
ment plates won’t do the job of
weight reduction There is only
one answer, one way — eat less
of everything, but eat a balanced
Fad diets, if followed to the let
ter, may cause one to lose weight
hut the day the person begins
eating other foods than on the
diet list, they will begin gaining
weight Food habits must be
(hanged permanently if weight is
to remain reduced.
The big problem seems to be to
keep excess weight off Begin
proper food habits early in life.
Bearn to cut down, not out. To
lose a pound per week, reduce
the calorie intake by 350 calories
or 500 calories per day. Don’t for
get snacks and nibbles — they
add calories. Follow the Texas
Food Standard as to kinds and
amounts of food to eat per day.
What are refreshments? They
are served to a person; the person
generally has no choice. Snacks
are generally prepared by the
person, and there is a wide choice
Snacks should complete the day’s
requirement for food and should
be well planned Here are some
suggestions for low calorie re-
1 Fresh fruit salads
Orange juice or lemonade
2 Lemon Sponge
Tea or coffee
3 Open face eg* sandwiches
Celery curls, Slice of pickle
Here is a recipe for making low
calorie Lemon Sponge
Lemon Sponge Made With Sugar
2 tablespoons gelatin
3 cups water
2 tablespoons sugar
lii teaspoon grated lemon rind
\ cup lemon juice
2 egg whites, beaten
6 medium-sized graham crackers
Soften gelatin in V* cup cold
water. Heat remaining water and
add sugar and lemon rind to gel-
atin Stir until dissolved Chill
until thick. Beat until frothy.
Fold in egg whites Pour into oil-
ed 9-inch square cake pan Chill
until firm Before serving, cut in
squares and coat with crushed j
graham crackers. Total calories—
573 or 9 servings with 64 calories
Other low calorie recipes for
refreshment plates may be obtain-
ed in my office
Dates to Remember
Valley Spring HD Club—Jan.
Good Neighbor HD Club—Jan.
7S% INCRKASI IN COLLEGI
GRADS PRKDICTCD IN
Washington, D. C. — Jan. 15—
A college education in the 1960’s
will be a necessity, not a luxury,
according to the annual Kiplinger
report on future business growth
and population changes. Further-
more, the next decade will see a
75 per cent increase in the num-
ber of college graduates.
Thorough screening at entrance
and in freshman and sophomore
years will produce students of
even higher caliber than today’s,
for colleges cannot afford to ex-
pand enough to carry the full
load of all who want to go to col-
Colleges and universities will
face more of the same problems
they face today—expansion pains
in physical facilities, teacher
shortages and payroll problems.
Elementary and high schools
which are overcrowded now,
won’t find the going any easier in
In the next 10 years — more
jobs, more pay for college grads.
The average college grad in past
earned $100,000 more in a life-
time than the high school grad.
This gap is likely to widen, the re-
i port predicts.
What does this increase in the
college-educated mean? Accord-
ing to Kiplinger, “a higher cul-
ture.” “Twice as high a propor-
tion of college grads means some
changes in popular tastes. And
the business world is already
looking ahead to such changes.
; More books, more music, more art
more foreign travel, different ad-
vertising appeals aimed at the
sophisticated News, TV, radio pro
i grams directed to the better ed-
The report states that food hab-
its-'will change—less fat, starch
and sugar—a direct effect of the
expansion of brain power and de-
cline of muscle power in the auto-
' mated world ahead.
Also, there will be a faster
shift to higher quality clothing,
all lines. Less rough utility, more
adornment. Formality down, in-
formality up ... so more sports-
wear, casual wear.
Even politicans face a new aud-
ience that will want more facts,
less emotion, exaggeration and
demagoguery. Voters will even go
b Pays to Advertise
Day in and day out, you’ll find
the same fine food and good
service at our restraurant.
Bring your family here just
once — then you’ll be back.
Hotel Coffee Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sagabial
Llano County Junior Livestock
Show — January 16 and 17.
Upholstery Workshop — Jan.
19 and 21
4 II Council Jan 20.
Prairie Mt III) Club — Jan 21.
Ranch Horn1 HD Club- Jan. 22
Stains on wood furniture
No “narrow-gauge” car
PLUS SECOND FEATURE —
JULIUS LA ROSA — TOP ROCK STARS
Sun., Mon., & Tues., January 18, 19 & 20
GLENN FORD • ERNEST BORGNINE
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Wed. & Thurs. January 21 & 22
CHARLES BOYER — HENRI VIDAL
The show* will begin each weak day night at 7:00 p. m. Satur-
day and Sunday shows will open as usual at 2:30 p. m.
In a PRESCRIPTION
You Get Here
Night Calls, 572-W
Heat marks or alcohol stains on >
wooden furniture are not easily ]
removed Often furniture so dam
aged can be restored only by re-
finishing. Here are a few sugges-
tions for home treatment of such j
damage on woods:
When you spill any beverage,
perfume or medicines containing
alcohol on furniture, wipe up the
liquid immediately before it has
time to penetrate into the finish,
if the liquid goes completely
through the finish, there is only
one remedy — a spot refinishing
job temporarily and a complete
refinishing job later For tempor-
ary protection, polish with wax,
using a colored wax for dark
woods. If this is not effective,
mix powered pumic and oil into
a creamy paste and apply it to the
stain, rubbing with the grain of
the food, then polish with a clean
Try treating burns the same
way, first trying wax, then the
pumice and oil mixture.
When penetration is not too
deep, heat marks may be elimin-
ated by light stroking with a
doth moistened with camphorated
oil, followed by buffing with a
clean cloth. Water rings may re-
spond to waxing or to treatment
with camphorated oil/
Entries in the Food Division of
the stock show will be received
between 8 and 10 a m. on Sat-
urday morning at the Veteran's
Thought For Tho Wook
If you want people to like you,
give them something to like.
hugs the road like PONTIAC!
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The wheels are moved out 5 inches
for the widest, steadiest stance in America.
Road-test the only car with Wide-Track Wheels
Behind the wheel of a Pontiac you enjoy a
feeling of security you’ve never known in all
your years of driving. With the widest stance
on the road and a low, low center of gravity,
Pontiac clings to the curves without lean or
sway. And the same great advance gives
Pontiac a decided edge over other cars in the
way it smooths the bumps and holds straight
and true against crosswinds. Try it and see!
America's Number © Road Car!
DRIVE IT AND YOU’LL BUY IT!
SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER
Sportablo Transistor Radio
is removable from glovs com-
partment for use as self-powered
portable. (Optional at extra cost.)
GROCERIES - MEATS - FROZEN FOODS
Wilford Tuckness, Proprietor
PHONE 72 LLANO, TEXAS
JANUARY 16,17 and 19
BRER RABBIT ! PI ^
Waffle Syrup large bottle .27
| • sir ROSEDALE 303 can
regular size .25 j green geans 7 for j jjq
Special K Cereal 6»/2 oz. pkg. .25 Coffee’lns,ant’6 0L
Bottle Drinks, 6 pack dn
Rosedale Peas 303 can 7 for 1.00
Bread, large reg. loaf.
5 lb. .45
3 lb. can .69
1 lb. box .25 Lite-Fluff Biscuits
lissyi u •*.
1 lb. bag .39 Pineapple Joke
each .23 Peanut Batter. Goblets
McCormick Black Pepper, 4 oz. .27
Del Monte Peaches
2V2 can .27
Libby Potted Meat
5 for .49
Baby Okra 10 oz. pkg.
2 for .45
Fish Sticks, 8 oz. pkg.
Grape Jmce 6 oz„
Fruits & Vegetables
Tomatoes 14 oz. tray each .17
Ruby Red Grapefruit
1 lb. bag .08
Rath Blackhawk Bacon 1 lb. .55
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Larremore, Lucile. The Llano News (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 15, 1959, newspaper, January 15, 1959; Llano, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth824861/m1/6/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Llano County Public Library.