The Llano News (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 15, 1959 Page: 7 of 8
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THURSDAY, JANUARY IS, 1959
THR LLANO NIWS
MM SCHOOL GROUP
TO DISCUSS "SSCURITY"
“Have We Over-Stressed Securi-
ty?” will be the topic for discus-
sion at a meeting of the Pre-
School group, to be held at the
Methodist Church at 7:30 o'clock
tonight. All mothers of pre-school
age children are urged to attend.
Look At Tour Hat
'Everybody Else Does!’
The Man's Store
Training Schools Scheduled
For Home Demonstration Women
An upholstery school and a
training meeting were announc-
ed at the first Llano County
Home Demonstration Council
meeting of the new year, held last
The upholstery school began
Monday, January 12 in the Vet-
erans Building. The training
Meeting. "To Save Steps in the
Kitchen,” will be held at 9 o’clock
on Friday, January 23.
Mrs Gladys Box, new council
chairman, conducted the business
Fri. Sat. & Mon., January 16, 17 & 19
Armour Star Bacon Thick 2 lbs. .99
Armours Bacon Squares .............. lb. .24
Sweet Sixteen Oleo 2 lbs. .35
Sugar_________________________________________5 lbs. .50
Potatoes____________________________ 10 lb. bag .47
Taco Sauce, Ashleys__________________________ .16
Spaghetti Sauce with meat________________ .22
Argo Com Starch ________________________________ .15
Kelloggs Variety Pack ____________________ .39
Nescafe Coffee, Instant 6 oz. _______ _ 1.21
Cocoa Puffs Cereal_ .26
Starlac Inst. Milk 5 qt. size .39
Supreme Cookies 49c size
Cranberry Sauce _____________________ .21
Imitation Vanilla_8 oz. .19
Cheer regular_ : __________ .27
V-8 Juice ________ _____________________________ .15
Bread ___________________ 4 large .99
Quality Gro. & Mkt.
“Where Quality Tells and Quality Bells”
PHONE 80 WE DELIVER
, meeting when eight club presi-
dent’s gave reports on the very
successful Christmas parties they
had in December. Council mem-
bers were sorry to learn that the
Better Home Club withdrew from
the council for the coming year.
Yearbooks were distributed to
club presidents and the year
book committee, Mrs. Charles
| Keese, Mrs. James Rusche, and
| Mrs. Eldridge Smarr, were com-
! mended on their work.
Valentine party committees
were appointed: Lone Grove club,
arrangements; Ranch Homes,
food; Prairie Mountain, cleanup;
and Buchanan club, recreation.
The Lone Grove, Buchanan,
Tow and Valley Spring clubs will
serve refreshments at the 4-II
party to be held on January 31.
To Attend Diocesan
Council Jan. 25-27
Marking the 85th anniversary
of the founding of the Episcopal
Diocese of West Texas, the 55th
annual diocesan council of the
60-county area will be conducted
in San Antonio January 25-27.
The opening service, expected
to attract 6,000 persons and to
which people of all faiths are in-
vited, is scheduled to take place
in San Antonio’s municipal aud-
itorium Sunday, Jan. 25 at 8 p. m.
General Chairman Robert Jose-
Bookmobile Unit Ends
The staff of the Rural Servise
Divisioin of the Texas State Li-
brary which has conducted the
one-year free sample bookmobile
demonstration in Burnet,, Llano,
and Blanco counties for the past
year extends the following mes
■sage to those who have enjoyed
the bookmobile service:
“The next bookmobile trip to
your community will be the last
trip of the Central Texas Book-
mobile provided by the State Li-
“It has been a pleasure to bring
books to you for this past year as
a part of the Multi-county dem-
onstration of mobile library serv
ice and cooperation praties among
“It has been a privilege to meet
and assist the wonderful people
Llano and Blanco counties in
their tjnest for the knowltdge and
recreation found in good reading
“Please return all books to the
bookmobile when it makes its
next regular stop in your area.
If you cannot bring them your-
self, please ask a friend to re-
turn them for you. We feel sure
you will want to have a 100 per
cent record of books returned.
And if you need to write us about
any lost books, please send your
letter or the books to the Texas
State Library Bookmobile Demon-
stration Headquarters, c/o the |
Llano County Library, Llano
"We sincerely hope the one-
year demonstration in your area
will pave the way for a similar
and permanent service under lo-
AGRICULTURAL AND 4H NEWS
by L. P. Amilor
Llano County Agricultural Agont
Jsycess Preparing For
Tonight at 7 00 p. m. all Jay-
cee members are asked by Irl
Larrimore, president of the Llano
Jaycees to meet at the Veteran's
Building. The purpose of this
meeting is to get the Veteran's
Building ready for the Junior
Livestock Show Friday and Satur
day. It is a big job for the build-
ing must be cleaned, pens set up
for sheep, hogs and poultry. And
stalls erected for the cattle en-
tries. All division superintendents
are especially asked to attend this
meeting for any last minute de-
tails to be worked out.
Swino Production Tour
dormant spray containing 4 gal-
lon of a 97% miscible oil to 100
i gallon of water.
Scale is also a problem to pear
trees; spray now with 4 gallons of
97'”r oil emulsion to 100 gallons
j If there are a few trees that
need to be sprayed, you can cut
: down the amount needed by using
this standard: ^ pint of miscible
j oil to 3 gallons of water.
W# have an excellent bulletin
| in the county agent’s office on
| controlling insects and disease on
fruit and nuts which is available
to the public on request.
Agriculture A 4-H Event*
Friday, Jan. 15—7:00 p. in. Jay-
ece membership work night at
Friday, Jan 16—First day of
1 1959 Junior Livestock Show—
I Sheep, Swine and Poultry entriea
I due between 2:00 and 5:30 p. m..
■ Saturday, Jan 17 — Second day
of 1959 Junior Livestock Show—
j Cattle entries due by 9:00 a. m.
Tuesday, Jan 20 — 7:30 p. m.
Llano County 4 II Council Regul-
ar meeting to be held in District
I Court room.
HERE'S TO YOUI
By OLEN A LEONA
DILL If MAKE HIM 1&KE ME To
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ph said the council meetings pro-
per will be conducted in the im-
posing new St. Luke’s Church in
San Antonio, of which Rev. Jose-
ph L. Brown is rector, on Jan. 26
Diocesan Bishops Everett L.
Jones and R. Earl Dicus reported
Preliminary events will include
the annual assembly of the
Daughters of the King at St.
Mark’s Church and the Episcopal
Laymen’s banquet at Christ
Church on Saturday, January 24
in San Antonio.
The council theme will be
“Thanksgiving and Dedication"
and will emphasize the recent
dramatic growth of church mem-
bership which has virtually doubl-
ed in the past 10 years to more
Expected to attend the council
meetings from Llano are the Rev.
Marvin Bond, Rector of Grace
Episcopal Church, and delegation
including Mrs Bond, Mr. and Mrs.
Lenox Ligon, and Mrs. Will Col-
lins. Mack Stolz was named as
j an alternate delegate.
COLORADO & 7TH STB.
Phone GR 6-5738 for
On Saturday, January 24 a
Swine Production Field Day will
be held in Llano county, sponsor-
ed by the Llano Registered
Great strides for improved
swine production have been made
in Llano county for the past six
years. Many swine producers have
installed up-to-date swine facili-
ties that are needed to keep
astride the rapid moving swine in-
dustry. A lot of improvements
have also been seen in higher
quality breeding stock, improved
feed rations (therefore better
feed conversion), improved sani-
Farrowing facilities are always j
a headache to swine production.
There are now approximately 20
improved farrowing houses in
Llano county. This will be one of
the highlights of the tour; to vis-
it some of the new and up-to date
farrowing houses. More details on
this tour will be released soon by
Bob Cohen, chairman of the Ed-
ucation committee of the Llano
county Registered Swine Breed-
Controlling Disease on
Fruit end Nut Trees
The time to control scale and
phylloxera on pecan trees is dur-
ing the winther months when
trees are dormant. Pecan trees
may be sprayed with 3% gallon of
97% oil emulsion to 100 gallons
of water anytime within the next
For peach and plum trees, the
San Jose scale and peach leaf
curl may be controlled with a
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the Community—actually puts dol*
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and industrial prosperity.
Thus, bank dollars provide the work-
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local Community progress.
We invite your account.
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T. J. MOORE, Preoldont
ALLEN 8. JOHNSON, Vice-President and Cashier
MAC HUTTO, Assistant Cashier
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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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. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth824861/m1/7/: accessed March 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Llano County Public Library.