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Burnet County Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 5, 1977, Burnet, Texas
Err ii i Tri n i in to i Titt tto tit to Tutt Tytti tto to nor it Nam 11 Ift a is a tar Oaks nursing Home news a Jui nun Lulu Mimi Smuin it tits to Burnet county bulletin december 5,1977, pig 5 Christmas is just around the Corner and ail the residents have been Busy finishing their Christmas projects. Our birthday party was Given by the ladies class of the Vandeveer Church of Christ. The entertainment was wonderful put on by or. And mrs. Morris Kimper and Gordon Mills. We appreciate the members of the first Baptist Church who come to visit and sing on Friday afternoons. Our Bingo party is sponsored by the presbyterian ladies. They provide prizes and delicious homemade cookies. Our grand prize Winner was Paul Murchison. Mrs. John Hays and mrs. Finger brought some cakes for our thanksgiving party. Our thanks to All the ladies who came to fix hair on saturday. We appreciate All the Church organizations who vide services on sunday afternoons. Our november birthdays were Dollie Phillips Lottie Minton Ruby Peterson Effie Ware and Johnny Ulbricht. Our visitors were or. And mrs. Ralph Glover of Lampasas mrs. Dan Glover mrs Orbra Queens Lillian Fluitt Martha Stone mrs. Erie Miller mrs. Mary Crooks mrs. Stella Hayden Viola Booker Grade Washington or. And mrs. R e. New Book unearths buried Texas Histon Quot Indianola the Mother of Western by Brownson Malsch. $15.00. Shoal Creek publishers . Box 9737, Austin Texas 78766. Austin Quot Texas is a miserable country and its inhabitants a miserable population Quot wrote the new York Tribune in 1848. It was a statement that caused some laughter in Indianola Texas where settlers were already getting a taste of Prosperity and looked Forward to playing a powerful role in opening up the West. But instead the future brought death and destruction on such a scale that Indianola was wiped off the Texas map forever in 1886. Now the Story of that town a Story of Texas life too years ago is told for the first time in Quot Indianola the Mother of Western with this new Book from Shoal Creek publishers of Austin author Brownson Malsch writes a new Page of Texas history and gives readers a vivid glimpse of the texture of Texas life in the 19th Century. The Book follows the fortunes of individuals who settled and grew in Indianola the changes in transportation building politics and the Economy the devastation of War and natural disaster. Malsch has a storyteller s sense of the comedy and tragedy in Indianola history from the sight of ambling camels in the streets of town to the death throes of yellow fever victims. His account of the Hurricane that destroyed Indianola is packed with moving stories of How one India Nolan after another drowned or escaped one of the most catastrophic storms Ever to hit the Texas coast. At the same time the author s careful research has also yielded a Rich history of Indianola commercial Rise and fall. The town s strategic location on deep water in Matagorda Bay made it the Ideal Point to bring immigrants and supplies for delivery to the Interior. A map showing the Railroad lines Stagecoach routes and roads leading from Indianola deep into Texas proves How vital the town was in nourishing the new settlements on the Frontier. Other maps and photographs Combine with the text to make readers feel they have almost walked themselves through the vanished streets of Indianola. Scholarly Lively packed with information Quot Indianola the Mother of Western Texas Quot is an indispensable reference and a fascinating Story. It will be of interest to historians genealogists Railroad buffs and All who want to know what life was really like in Texas in the decades after its revolution. Rutledge of Austin and or. And mrs t d. Hallman also of Austin visited Virginia Malone. Edna Barnett Toni Tim and Matthew visited with Lola Chase Ethel Faulkner visited with Effie Ware. Nancy Bode Brenda Burn on both of Austin or. And mrs. De Minton mrs. Reilly Norris mrs. Sissy Butler mrs. Stella Hayden Goldthwaite. Mary Crook Bill Wilcox or and mrs. Charles Fay of Harleton or. And mrs. Ronnie Dorsell and son of Buda Linda Albrecht and Pauley and Eunice Hardin visited Tattie Minton. Faye Liberty of California came to visit her Mother Frankie Holland. Minibell Shockley of Kingsland visited Annie Didway. Stella Hayden Nina Reed and Lethe Rawlings visited with Nora Turner. Irene Burks of Austin Sara Croft of Lampasas and Carl j. Scho Lomack and Nannie Bandy with mrs. Alton Stewart and mrs. Faye Huekell both of California visited with Alta Gibbs. Or. And mrs. De. Smith and Lucille Smith both of Bertram mrs. Norma Jean Buck of Cid dins visited Nannie Smith. Or. And mrs w w. Nance. Mrs. Gladys Meredith both of Austin or. And mrs. Bernard Massie of Bryan or. And mrs. Jerry Meredith and daughter of round Rock mrs. Dorothy Hutcheson of Ennis and mrs. Kate Rawden of Kingsland visited Orville Nance. Residents who spent thanksgiving with their families were Bessie Anglin spent the Day with or. And mrs. Walter Ross and or. And mrs. Rex Merrick. Ollie Alexander was at the Home of or. And mrs. Steve Alexander. Annie Didway spent the Day in Bertram with her family. Maggie Alcorn spent the Day at her daughters Home. Nina daughter spent the Day with her children. Julia Livingston went to her nieces Home Zyelpha Kroger and Johnny Ulbrecht spent the Day with or. And mrs. Junior Ulbrecht. Coming activities a we will decorate our tree the 7th and hold our Christmas party tuesday the 12, the time will be announced at a later Day. Ladies Golf association holds meeting the Highland lakes ladies Golf association met november 17 at the inks Lake Golf course with president Jess Bude son presiding. Fifteen members participated in poker Golf teeing off at the new time of 10 a m. The group voted to have their annual Christmas party and salad luncheon on december 15, preceded by a round of Golf. Gifts will be exchanged by number. Winners of the Day s play were Claudine Webber High and mild red Jackson second. Placing first in Low was Laura Priddy. Rose by land won on Low putts with Jessie Burleson second. Anyone interested in joining the club is invited to come join in the fun on the links at inks. Burnetts Whites hone and Auto now has an easy payment plan just for you1 \ _ Low Cost financing or 01 your Purchase of any a of oui outstanding merchandise just in time for your Christmas shopping i in in in f come in to Howells for a fabulous 9 a select an exceptionally Fine Ftfe toe Mem Low deep and handsome marvellously soft Back and seat smart wraparound arms super soft easy care Vinyl tax office closed wednesday the Burnet county tax office will be closed on wednesday december 7, due to a meeting of the state comptroller and the state department of highways and Public transportation to be held in Austin. The tax assessor and employees will be attending. Immunizations scheduled at Shepperd sale184�� 3 4 5 6 7 Home seven reasons to do your Christmas shopping for your Home at Howell s furniture a upholstery on the Square in Burnet 11 lowest prices in Central Texas with a Price guarantee to prove it 121 personal service Atter the Sale. Guarantee an a item in the store. Largest selection of inventory we have Ever had free delivery in store financing with Low monthly payments. 90-Day financing with no interest. The satisfaction of knowing when you buy at Mil Howell i polity and pric guar atom ��?�.#. A a a a Strat Lounger Loback r a nationwide whooping cough outbreak has hit Texas. The outbreak which reached epidemic proportions in Atlanta Georgia has almost doubled the number of Texas cases reported. The disease is rarely very serious in adults and older children but it causes pneumonia in about 10 percent of the cases in very Young children. Severe cases also can cause brain damage. Unless they Are immunized Small children do not have any Protection from the disease. Immunization does not provide absolute Protection from whooping cough but it can greatly decrease changes of get Ting the disease at All or of having a serious Case although this schedule can vary children usually Are Given whooping cough shots in this sequence of Ages 2 months 4 months 6 months a Booster at age 18 months and another Booster Between Ages 4 and 6. Above age 6, children usually Are not Given the vaccine. The whooping cough also called pertussis vaccine often is combined with diphtheria and tetanus vaccine in a Dpt shot. People older than age 6 generally need diphtheria and tetanus Booster shots. Immunizations that give Protection for measles polio lockjaw whooping cough diphtheria and German measles will be Given at the Public clinic in Burnet on thursday december 15 Between 10 a m. And 12 noon at the Shepperd memorial hos Pital 501 Buchanan drive obtain immunizations for your family from your private physician or the Public health clinic in your Community. 229 deep Lush velvet. Also in spill proof Herculo. Of Beautiful Loback with the famous Low profile. Hidden Headrest glides up ottoman slides out for full length reclining. In store he Aureng $19900 up close up hugs the Wall Only 3 from the Wall even in full stretch out position Pouch pocket tufted Back finest Vinyl. Also in spill proof Herculo Loback with to Mart Side Pouch pocket dramatic Back. In Rich velvet Sai. �?�23400 furniture a upholstery on Tao i fit to ssh ass is Howells
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