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Nft 4 LLANO WtWI & sssrssa • confers the honor for outstanding achievement, Band Students Win Awards at Contest BROWNWOOD — Nine Llano High School students were among solo and ensemble contestants from throughout Region 7 of the Texas Interscholastic League who competed here Saturday on the campus of Howard Payne College in what was termed an outstanding contest. "We believe this was one of the finest contests of its type ever held in the region," said Dan Hearn, band director at HPC, and director of the contest. "The quality of the competition among the more than 1,000 contestants was very high this year," he said. From Llano, Charlenc Barnes an'd Mary Ann Reith won first division placings; Jim Henderson, Tim Garrctt, Suzetle Nelson and Karen Walker, second division; and Jim Henderson, Ann Rode, and Ida Nell Hasse, third division. Some students received two ankings, one for their solo rcndi- ions and the other for their en- cmble participation. First division winners were warded medals; second division vinners weer given certificates. OPEN HOUSE Highland Motors MARCH 31 APRIL 1 EXPERT Watch Repair Three Day Service JIM'S JEWELRY I Do My Own Work NEWS FROM Kingslanders Plan Sunrise Services Lone Grove Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rouse of Brownwood spent the weekend vith his sister, Mrs. Lee Ilazelett. Mr. and Mrs. Shelley Bolden- house of Cherokee and Mr. and Wrs. Clyde Reed visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Herridgc, Sunday. Wesley Nadeau of Maryland is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Graham. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ratliff of San Antonio, Mrs. Gladys Barns of Norton, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ratliff visited Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Bales during the weekend. Mrs. Lee Wright of Buchanan Dam, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Johanson and children and Mr. and Mrs. John Graham visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Moore Johanson during the weekend. Kenneth Hazelett of Brownwood visited his mother, Mrs. Lee Ilaz- elett and attended the funeral of Louis Tcmpleton, Saturday. Carol Box of Hamilton viisted in the Lone Grove Community Saturday. Funeral Held Tuesday For Clay C. Osbourn Clay C. Osbourn, 60-year old Llano County native, died unexpectedly at the Llano hospital Monday morning after suffering an apparent heart attack. Funeral services were held at the Waldrope Funeral Home Tuesday, March 21, with Elder W. J. Chambers officiating. Burial was in the Valley Spring Cemetery. The son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Osbourn, he was born October 20, 1906 in Llano County and was a life-long resident, making his home at Valley Spring. He was married Dec. 20, 1930 to Miss Mabel Redford who survives him. He had been engaged in ranching. Survivors, in addition to his wife, include two sons, Carroll C. Osbourn of San Antonio and Ber- rvice C. Osbourn of Austin; one brother, Hill Osbourn of Llano; four sisters, Mrs. Thaxter Nixon of Llano, Mrs. R. A. Nixon of Valley Spring, Mrs. F. B. Talley of Midland, and Mrs. Bernard Witt of Wichita Falls; and four grandchildren. Pallbearers were Fred Osbourn, Russell Osbourn, Eugene Osbourn, Sam Jeffrey, Von Simpson, Walter Parks, Jr., J. Morris Henderson, and James Epperson. NEWS FROM Valley Spring <Bv Abbye Settom) Mrs. A. A. Bauman was hostess to the Home Demonstration Club last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Weise, Jr., of the El Cha Cho Restaurant in Llano, gave the program on Mexican food. Other guests were Mrs. J. M. Myrick, Mrs. Ramona Villaneuva and daughter Lillie. All enjoyed the delicious samples of Mexican food and the recipes Mrs. Weise demonstrated. The next meeting will be Alpril 20 with Mrs. Bob Vest. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Smathers spent last Wednesday and Thursday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Smathers and family at Weimar, and attended the fat stock show there. Mrs. Ray Adams visited her husband in the hospital at Rockdale Sunday. This community was blessed with one inch of much-needed rain early Monday morning. Randy Kuykendall left March 16 for California for National Guard training. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clint Reagor were 'Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilks of Pontotoc. Mrs. Von Simpson was released from the Llano Memorial Hospital Friday, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bailey Simpson and children, Joey and Shcrrie of Austin, visited her over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Dale Sessom and little daughter, Dalette of Brady, were weekend visitors of M. M. Sessom, and also attended services at the Church of Christ Sunday morning. KINGSLAND — An Easter sunrise service is being planned at Kin.gsland, sponsored by the Christian Church, the Communiiy Church, and the First Baptist Church. It will be held at the Community Park at 7 a.m. In case of inclement weather, it will be moved to the First Baptist Church. The Rev. J. Fred Brucks will bring the Easter message. Mrs, James N. Wilson will direct the choir with Mrs. Abner West as accompanist. Also taking part in the service will be the Rev. Claude Wingo presdiing; Ronnie Pair, C. J. Thompson, and Harry Ebert. Other Easter Sunday services will' be held at the Christian Church, Sunday school at 10 o'clock, preceded by worship services at 9 a.m. The Community Church and the First Baptist Church will have Sunday school at 9:45 followed by worship services at 10:55 a.m. CHAMPION BEEF SCRAMBLE HI (FIR t of *• stock Shew, shown by Herman S. Jesse Sharman, show the banner Cindy Settemeyer, Herman's sister. Junction to Present 17th Easter Pageant MRS. RAESENER HAS SURGERY IN AUSTIN Mrs. M. W. Raesener is recuperating from surgery which she underwent last week at Brackenridgc Hospital in Austin. Professional Review PROGRESSIVE, AMBITIOUS AND GROWING BUSINESSMEN AND FIRMS SERVING YOU IN LLANO AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES DR. LEON ZWIENER Optometrist from Fredericksburg In Llano Every Tut»day Hotel Llano Lobby Entrance 9:00 to 2:00 (Later by Appointment only) Miss Wiley, 75, Dies In Fredericksburg Miss Bertie Wiley, 75, died in a Fredericksburg hospital Sunday night, March 19. Funeral services were held at he Waldrope Funeral Home Tuesday afternoon, March 21, with the Rev. Jack Hooper of Marble Falls officiating. Burial was in the Wolf Irossing Cemetery in Burnet •ounty. Daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Boyd Wiley, Miss Wiley was born June 1, 1891 in Blanco County. She had lived most of her life in Llano County and was a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors include three brothers, Burton Wiley of Kingsland, Herman Wiley of Fort Worth, and Calvert Wiley of Concord, Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Edith Tate and Mrs. Amy Riddell of Llano, Mrs. Nancy Riddell of Marble Falls; and a number of nieces and nephews. WALDROPE FUNERAL HOME, Inc. Air Conditioned, Qxy9en-E«iuipp*<l Ambulanct Service Don Waldrope Phone 247-4300 307 E. Sand«ton« RATLIFF AUTOMOBILE CO. Chevrolet —- Buick — Pontiac AMERICA'S No, 1 CARS & TRUCKS 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE PHONE 247-4151 NIGHT PHON'E 247-4709 USED CARS & TRUCKS Dr, Felix T. Tybor OPTOMETRIST Eye* Extmined' Glasses Fitted Downstairs Next to Pal*ct Theatre PHONE WY 7-2850 , T»»at Bring Your Printing Problems to THE LLANO NEWS Homemakers to Hear First Aid Program The Llano chalpter of Young Homemakers will hear "First Aid and the Handling of Emergencies in the Home" discussed by Lila Fay Johnson when they meet at the high school library at 7 o'clock tonight, March 23, Mrs. Anna Shipp has reported. Keese Elected Head Of Prairie Mt. Club PRAIRIE MT. — Charles Keese was elected president of the Prairie Mountain Community Club at a meeting held Saturday night, to serve for the 1967-68 year. Other officers elected were Dan Sagebiel, vice president; Clemens Rode, secretary; Clarence Crenwelge, treasurer; and Mrs. James Rusche, reporter. Other business included the announcement of a tour for the southern half of the community to begin at 2 p.m. Friday, March 24; and of a clean-ulp day to be held April 8. Judging of the rural progress contest will be held at Prairie Mountain on Thursday, April 13, to be followed by a pot luck supper. Look Who's Here Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kincheloe and daughters visited last week in Goldthwaite where his father, A. C. Kincheloe Sr., had undergone major surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Weber of Carrizo Springs are the parents of a son, Austin Ray, born Tuesday, March 14, at a Uvalde hospital. The newcomer is their first child. The mother is the former Miss Sherry Parker. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Weber of Llano and Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Parker of Midland, Junction's seventeenth annual Easter Pageant will be presented Saturday, March 25, at 10 p.m. on the eve before Easetr Sunday, in a natural ampi-theatre on the hillside below the everburning cross, one mile south-east of Junction. Presentation^ is by five-score Kimble County" people, " all laymen, women and children in colorful costumes, typical of the dress of Biblical times. Here they will re-enact Jesus Christ's last days on earth, so timed that the scene of the final ascension will take place shortly after midnight on Easter morn. This Holy Spectacle will be presented in pantomine, supported from a broadcasting booth by readers and background music. A dozen stages have been arrangec among the rugged rocks of the hill-side , and changes of scenes are effected by the shifting of spots and flood lights. The production is entirely am ateur and non-commercial. Mem bers of the cast are all local epo pie, with no professional or pah actors. The cast contains men art: women Jrom many walks of life clerks, lawyers, barbers, ranch men", 1 bankers, teachers, mail men, housewives, merchants, mechanics, _ who take time from their business for' several weeks to participate in this consecrated service. , Parking areas' are provided from which the spectators may view the spectacle from the convenience if ,heir cars. Musical program will be broadcast after 8 p.m. There is no charge for admission, for park ng, nor for programs. Free coffee will be seved after 4 p.m. thru out the evening from an old fashioned chuck wagon, which was furnished by the late Capt. Gully towsert, of the Texas Rangers. Sandwiches and soft drinks will be dispensed on the grounds by local civic organizations. Garden Center Offers Night on Town What we do with our outdoor living space — its appearance — ts beauty — is the cencern of Winkel's Feed & Garden Center. They 'believe that every home needs a good spring cleaning outdoors as well as indoors. This is ..he purpose of Iheir program called Castle Care Days being held n March. In the belief that every man's castle is his home, Winkel's s stressing the fresh, trim look of :he lawns and gardens around the lomes of this community. They are using a King Richard theme during Castle Care Days and those visiting Winkel's may win a night on King Richard by simply signing the King's register during the March (promotion period. Castle Care Days are co-sponsored by Wheel Horse Dealers throughout the United States and Canada The winner will be treastec to a dinner for 2 at the famous El Cha Cho Restaurant, anc theater tickets for two to the Lantex Theater or Dancing for two at the Ramiblin' Ilose. The contest ends April 1. DRAPERIES and CARPETS Charlie's Store Llano, OPEN HOUSE ighland Motoi MARCH 31 APRIL 1 MATTRESSES and Renovate • Choice of Flrmntu • Choice of Ticking t Cleaned, Felted Cotton • New innersprlng Unit • New Mflttrau Garrantee Western Mattress Co. Box 5288 San Anoelo In Llano Call 247-5340 Mr. and Mrs. George Pechacek and Mr. and Mrs. Hal Cunningham were in Austin Friday evening to attend the University of Texas drama production, "The Bartered Bride. 11 Mr. and Mrs. Arlene Stokes and family of Marietta, Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beardsley ol Port Lavaca have been guests ol their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ownby. I AM NOW DOING FIRST CLASS AUTO BODYWORK AUTO GLASS AND WINDSHIELD INSTALLATION At My Home 601 West Dallas St, Ph. 247-4037 — if No Answer, 247-7125 RALPH REEVES CAPT. LULA HALLMARK VISITS FROM GERMANY Capt. Lula Jo Hallmark has been home on leave from Frankfurt, Germany, visiting her family, the Archie Hallmarks. She left Monday for a visit in Arizona. HOLIDAY DRIVE-IN THEATRE BURN'ET, TEXAS Thur*. and Fri. — March 23 & 24 "AFTER THE FOX" Peter S«ller$ Color Saturday — March 25 "RING AROUND THE WORLD" "BELLE STARR'S DAUGHTER" Sun., Mon., Tues. — Mar. 26, 27, 28 "ANY WEDNESDAY" James Fond* Bring this coupon and enjoy th« «how al $1 per carload entire week The Village Drive-In Pharmacy 2 Blocks So. Hotel Llano Modern and up-to-date Professional Pharmacy combined with a complete DRUG Store. Drive-In Window Abundant Parking Space Free Delivery A. Lee Whirt, R. Ph., Owner WIN A NIGHT ON KING RICHARD During Wheel Horse Castle Care Days Come in today—put your name in the King's registry for a Night on King Richard! See the 13 Wheel Horse , Homechore Tractors with mowing capacities up to-43.,; inches and 42 attaching tools for all .^n season use. Wheel-A-Matic Drive gives instant response forward or back. No shifting—no clutching. You're in total control of every chore, from the driver's seat! And now, Wheel Horse intro- ; ' ; ' duces an all-new line of 6-speed Wheel Horses in 3 models offering additional versatility to America's most versatile tractor line. Every man's castle deserves the care that only Wheel Horse can give. Ride . . . and decide during Castle Care Days. Your Queen will be glad you did. k ***2 UJUBBl flOTSB FIT FOR A KING (OR QUEEN) REGISTER NOW! DINNER FREE AT EL CHA CHO And Either a Movie or Dancing at The Ramblin' Rose Ends April 1st 1967 Models Now Here! WINKEL'S FEED & GARDEN CENTER South End of Bridge Ph. 247-5000 LLANO, TEXAS Get a Horse Jtel Horse of course!