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                                                     Classified Ads                                                                                                                                       The Junction Eagle
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     P.O. Box 226
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Junction, TX 76849
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Phone: 325-446-2610
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Fax: 325-446-4025

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                   This week’s                                                                                      REAL ESTATE                                                                                        WEEKLY MEETINGS
                                                                                Candy Cargill, Broker                             REALTY ASSOCIATES                                                                           AL-ANON
                                                                                                                                 233 ac. SW Rocksprings. Good hunting property
                                                                                                                                 377 N. - 5 ac. 4/3 Large doublewide w/fireplace.
                                                                                        Hill Country                                                                                                                  Monday Nights, 7:00 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Trinity Episcopal Parish Hall
                                                                                        Real Estate                                  Jimmie Trimble – Realtor
                                      The Mills Ranch, apx. 234 acres
                                                                                                                                        P. Merritt – Broker                                                               No. 548 - AF & AM
     Sudoku Solution
                                     just outside of Junction on both
                                     sides of County Road 311. Large                       830-833-4592 fax
                                                                                                                                            830-459-7224                                                             Slated Meeting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     8:00 p.m.
                                     hills with caves and rock outcrop-                                                                       Call us for Your real estate NEEDS!                     T-23-tfnc
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1st Thursday
                                     pings make way for fantastic views
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Each Month
                                     in all directions. Three tanks, new
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Clay Simon, WM
                                     fencing, seasonal creek, windmill,
                                     cabin and ranch equipment com-
                                                                                                                                       MUST SEE                                                                      Ilee Simon, Secretary
                                     plete the package. Currently under                                                               210 W. Redbud
                                     a wildlife maintenance plan. Call                                                                1 1/2 lots, fully
                                     and make an appointment for a                                                                remodeled, 3/2 CH&A,
                                     showing…..$695,000.00 (Gillespie
                                                                                                                                  fireplace, huge pecans                                                              BRUSH CLEARING
                                                                                                                                   trees. Don't miss this

                                                                                                                                               Stephens Ranch Real Estate
                                                                HELP WANTED                                                            one, $125,000                                                                          Waites Brush
                                                                                                                                                  Kenneth Waites, Agent
                                     Wanted-A few good caregivers to               Full-time waitress needed at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Tree Shear - No job too big
                                     provide services for our clients in           Backdoor Cafe in Roosevelt,                                                                                                                 or too small
                                     their homes. Dependable trans-                Texas. Call Simon Bros.                                                                                                                     325-446-2152
                                     portation a must, bilingual a                 Mercantile 446-2604 and ask to                                                                                      S-19-tfnc
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              210-355-0381 cell
                                     plus. Please call 1-800-669-2291              speak to Clay or Lainey. S-28-2c                                                                                                                                   W-51-tfc

   HELP WANTED                       or 325-676-2281.         O-5-TFNC                                                             FOUR KIMBLE COUNTY RIVER RANCHES
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       WORK WANTED
                                                                                   Kimble Co. ranch seeks herds-                               See Price, Terms, Details, Snapshots & Maps At:
Help wanted. Bobcat operator               Part-Time Position                      man for progressive steer/goat
for cedar clearing. Experience       The Texas Tech University                     operation. Must have experience                                                                                                   DAVE’S FIXIT 325-446-2901 or 800-
                                                                                                                                 960 ACRES: On Main Llano River 15 miles northeast of Junction. Almost 1
helpful, not necessary. Good         Outdoor School has part-time                  with stocker cattle, goats, fenc-             mile of choice river frontage. Excellent tree cover. High fenced. Paved road        259-0733. Ask me about Solar Power.
pay/steady work. 325-669-4060        positions available. Outdoor                  ing, electric fencing, and general            frontage. Trophy white-tail deer, turkey, quail & fabulous fishing.                 Appliances, carpentry, computer,
or 325-446-3080.       K-28-tfnc
                                     Education, hands on teaching,                 ranch work & able to operate                  95 ACRES: On Main Llano River 2 miles northeast of Junction. Five-yr.-old five      other. No Fixee, no Chargee. S-22-tfnc
                                                                                   rotational      grazing    system.            bedroom, 3 bath rock & cypress house. Paved road access, nice pecan bottom,
                                     high level of energy. Teaching                                                                                                                                                  Handy man. Drywall, tile, rock-
Help wanted. General construc-                                                     Housing, salary, ranch truck pro-             excellent water well. Gamey. Easy river access. Convey all minerals owned.
                                     Certification required. TTU is                vided. Fax resume 830-864-4658,               92 ACRES: On Main Llano River nearly adjacent to the east Junction city             work, painting, concrete etc.
tion work. concrete, carpentry,
                                     an EEO/AA/ADA Employer.                       or mail to 19051 RR 385, Harper,              limit. Paved road frontage with city water and sewer service located at road        325-446-5025.           R-27-2p
metal buildings. Steady work.
                                     Please      contact    Heather                TX 78631.                  H-20-tfnc          front. Combination of cultivated land and pasture with large trees. Ideal for
Pay commensurate with knowl-
                                     Creamer at 210-542-0161. T-28-2c                                                            industrial development. Convey all minerals.                                        Pasture shredding 6 ft. & 10 ft.
edge and experience. 325-669-                                                       Junction Short Stop now taking               3.73 ACRES: On South Llano River near the state park. 3 bedroom, 2 bath
                       K-23-tfnc                                                    applications. No phone inquiries.                                                                                                RM 1674, Junction. 325-513-
4060 or 325-446 3080.                                                                                                            cedar & rock house with large deck overlooking the river plus a small guest
                                     Help wanted all shifts, all posi-                                                                                                                                               2726.                   W-27-4p
                                                                                    1944 Main.                J-4-tfnc           house with deck, both recently remodeled. Superb kayaking, boating, tubing,
Kimble Hospital is now inter-        tions. Competitive wages & bene-
                                                                                                                                 swimming & fishing. Will sell with or without furnishings.                          For all your painting-roofing and
viewing for housekeeping per-        fits. Come join our team. Dairy                Blizzard tech needed. Apply in
                                                                                                                                                 THORNTON RANCH SALES                                                remodeling contact Stanley
sonnel. Duties will include          Queen of Junction. Apply in per-               person at Dairy Queen of                                                                                                         Smart. Night 446-2643. Free
                                                                                                                                       1501 Isaac Creek Circle New Braunfels, TX 78132
cleaning offices and the clinic      son 2345 Main. EOE        D-26-6c              Junction.              D-26-tfnc

                                                                                                                                  Kimble County Realty
                                                                                                                                   Phone: 210 656-1955 E-mail:                            estimates--no job too small.
after hours. Will include some                                                                                                                                                                         T-11-tfnc                                      S-28-tfc
                                     Rowe’s Chevron needs help all
weekend shifts. Potential hires
                                     positions. Apply in person at
                                                                                         FREE PUPPIES
are required to take a urine
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Manufactured Homes
drug test and have a criminal        2415 N. Main.                                 Free puppies. 6 1/2 wks to good
background check done. Please
come by and fill out an applica-
                                     Part-time caregiver needed.
                                     Experience required. Apply at
                                                                                   home. Call 563-349-0055 or come
                                                                                   by 3892 RR 479 after 5:30 p.m.                         Daniel Henderson                                                           Special Government Program,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     NO MONEY OUT OF YOUR
tion available at the front desk                                                   3.6 miles east of 2169 and 479                             1909 N. Main St. Junction                                              POCKET! On a new home if
                                     The Legend’s Inn.     L-26-tfnc
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     you own land or family will give
of the hospital.          K-28-2c                                                  intersection.            S-28-1p                Office: 325-446-9020 Toll Free: 1-877-446-9020
                                                                                                                                 402 N. 12th St. - $59,900. Motivated seller. 3/1 Carport, Brick                     you land. BAD CREDIT OK. 1-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     888-697-7690.           L-26-tfnc
     FOR RENT                                       Johnny’s Exxon                                                               front, metal roof.
                                                                                                                                 Corner of 481 & 2169 - Recreation & Commercial potential.                          If you have a job and a good
                                                                                                                                 12.07 ac. $120,000                                                                 down      payment       you’re
Hill Crest Apartments 2br/
2bath/ lg. walk-in closet, w/d
                                                  Help wanted:Clerks, full-                                                      190 US 377 South - Storage buildings, low maintenance, great                       approved! Call today, 888-623-
hookup, covered, lighted park-                       time/part-time, all shifts                                                  rental history, solid investment. $49,900.
                                                                                                                                 5 Acres. with a lg. 4 bd. d/w built in 2003 sitting on slab foun-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    3355 for your new manufac-
ing. Brad Bullard 475-3721.                                                                                                                                                                                         tured home. RBI#35417 G-26-4p
                         H-13-tfnc                   Drug free workplace                                                         dation. $115,000.                                                                   100’s of bank repos.: late model
Cedar Hills Apartments now                                                                                                       120 Acres. - Priced below CAD Assessed Value. Whether it’s                          single & double wide manufac-
leasing 1 & 2 bedroom apts.                                   Apply in person                                                    enjoying the in-ground pool in the summer or hunting for that                       tured homes. No Credit, Bad
446-4560 or 446-2958. D-26-tfnc                                                                                                  trophy in Dec. this property has it all. 2/2 mh, porches, activity
                                                                 8-2 daily                                           J-26-tfnc   building with guest rooms, workshop, pool w/cabana areas,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Credit, No Problem. Call 888-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     623-3356 Today. RBI#35417
Apartments for rent. Hotel Las
Lomas. 325-446-3165; 325-446-                                                                                                    beautiful trees, livestock pens, deer pens, good fences, and much                                                   G-26-4p

8888.                                                                                                                            more. London Area - $345,000.
                                                  PUBLIC NOTICE                                                                  Investment property - rental house & 6 mobile home lots. $65,000                    Free gas! Government Loan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Program for Land Owners.
      FOR RENT                                                                                                                                                                   Zero $ down & low payments.
                                                                       Public Notice                                                                                                                                 Bad credit & bankruptcy OK!
    Junction Mini                                                                                                                                                                                                    Land improvement packages
       Storage                            Basic and low cost telephone services from Verizon                                                                                                                         available. Call Today! 830-981-
                                           Verizon is an Eligible Telecommunications Carrier (ETC) in Texas under Fed-
       325-446-3928                                                                                                                      EASY TO OWN RANCHES                                                         2430. rbi#35920.        C-27-tfnc
           unit sizes                 eral Communications Commission (FCC) and Public Utility Commission of Texas                          JUNCTION, TEXAS
             5x10                     (PUCT) guidelines. As such, we receive universal service funding, which enables                                                                                                           FOR SALE
            10x10                     us to provide service at reasonable rates to high cost, usually rural area and low in-                 50 – 500 ACRES
                                      come customers.
            10x15                                                                                                                                                                                                    Ironer (large Mandrel)-Old but
            12x30                         Under those guidelines, Verizon certifies that it provides the following basic serv-          Beautiful views, gently rolling, good hunting,                               good; used dryers. Also, will
                                      ices for a monthly charge of $7.10 to $16.40 (plus Federal subscriber line charge,                         close to town & hardwoods                                           repair your home appliance.
                                      applicable taxes and surcharges) to residence customers.                                                      Owner Finance Terms                                              (Washers, dryers, refrigerators,
                                                  • Single-party service                                                          10% down, 6% interest, 5 year balloon, 20 year amortization                        other.) DAVE’S FIXIT 325-446-
                                                  • Voice grade access to the public switched network
1999 Mercury Sable. New bat-                                                                                                                                                                                         2901.                    S-8-tfnc

                                                  • Touch call service
                                                                                                                                                          Call today!
tery & oil change, good tires,
                                                  • Access to emergency services (including 911 and enhanced 911)
                                                                                                                                             Beaux Cook, Agent (210) 387-9949                                        Trailer flooring for cattle,
good condition. Call DeQuinta
                                                  • Access to operator, interexchange and directory assistance services
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     equipment hauling trailers, etc.
at 325-446-7094, 325-446-4548                                                                                                      JOHN McCOLLOM & ASSOCIATES
                                          We also provide a Lifeline discount for qualified low-income residence customers
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2 inches thick, solid oak. 830-
and leave message. $2,900.
                                      of up to $13.50. Link Up service, a low-cost basic connection service, is also avail-
                                                                                                                                                   341 Junction Hwy.                                                 997-6503.                Q-7-52c

    Read any
                                      able to qualified Lifeline customers at a 50% discount (up to $30). In addition, we                         Kerrville, TX 78028                                                18 CU. F/Frefrigerators-$175-$250.TV’s-
                                      can provide Lifeline customers with free toll blocking to help control long-distance            (830) 896-1122                                       -$95-$125. 30” electric or gas range-$250.
                                      usage. For Lifeline customers who do not pay toll charges, their access to the toll

                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Washer-$125. Dryer electric or gas-$125.

                                                                                                                                                      Greene Realty
                                      network may be denied, but their local service won’t be disconnected.                                                                                                          Twin mattress with boxsprings, new-$145
                                          To be eligible for participation in these programs an individual must participate in

                                                                                                                                                      (830) 683-4203
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     pair Double mattress/box springs $165 a
                                      at least one of the following: Medicaid, Food Stamps, Supplemental Security In-

                                      come (SSI), Federal Public Housing Assistance, Low-Income Home Energy Assis-                                                                                                   $195 set. King mattress with box springs,
                                      tance Program (LIHEAP) or health benefits coverage under the State Child Health                                                                                                new-$295 set. Bunk beds w/new mattress-

                                      Plan (CHIP).
                                                                                                                                 Kimble County:                                                                      es-$385 complete. Furniture also. 830-257-
                                                                                                                                 For sale: beautiful home near Junction with Llano River frontage.                   4267.                           M-tfc

                                       For more information on Lifeline and Link Up Services
                                                                                                                                 Home is in immaculate condition, one owner. Picturesque setting

    Check out
                                               call Lite-Up Texas at 1-866-454-8387
                                                                                                                                 with gorgeous trees, stone courtyard. All of this on approx. 11
                                         or Verizon’s Customer Sales and Solution Center
                                                                                                                                 acres. Home is stucco, 3 bed/2 bath. This is a MUST SEE! Call
                                                   at 1-800-483-4000 (Residence)

     our new
                                                                                                                                 Greene Realty to schedule your private viewing today!

                                                                                                                                       For additional info on this and other properties go to
                                                                                                                               Sherron Properties, Broker

                                              Antenna on Your TV? You Need to Read Below

                                         With the digital television (DTV) transition, the United States is moving from ana-                    MIKE DAIL REAL ESTATE
                                      log to digital service for full power over-the-air TV broadcasts. After February 17,

        at                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Eagle,
                                                                                                                                                     Box 1094, Mason, Tx 76856 •
                                      2009, analog-only TVs will require a converter box to receive full-power over-the-air                      325-347-0038 • Fax: 325-347-9038
                                      TV broadcasts with an antenna.                                                                 
                                         TVs connected to FiOS TV will not be affected by the broadcast DTV transition.
                                         Analog-only TVs should also continue to work as before to receive low power,
                                                                                                                                 46 ac: 16 NE Mason, 2 irri. wells, lrg. pond, roping arena. $425K.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      the best little
                                      Class A or translator television stations and with cable and satellite TV services,
                                                                                                                                 80 ac: 18 NE Mason: Beautiful oaks w/views; game. $3,750/ac.
                                                                                                                                 110 ac: 28 S Mason on ROWeasement, L.O. & brush, views, abun. game. $3,250/ac.
                                      gaming consoles, VCRs, DVD players, and similar products.                                  121 ac: NE Mason: 1/2 timbered, unequipped irri. well, game, tank. $3,295/ac.
     Junction                            Information about obtaining subsidized coupons for the government’s converter
                                      box program can be obtained at or by calling 1-888-DTV-2009, or
                                                                                                                                 124 ac: NE Mason on CR: 30 gpm well, oaks, minerals, game. $3,800/ac.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                      newspaper in
                                                                                                                                 162 ac: N. Eden: Improved grass, game, tank, Duck Crk, minerals. $1,500/ac.
                                      1-877-530-2634 (TTY). More information about the broadcast DTV transition in
                                                                                                                                 300 ac: NE Mason CR frontage: live oak, 3 wells, all minerals. $3,300/ac
      Eagle                           general is available at or by calling 1-888-CALL-FCC (voice) or
                                                                                                                                 797 ac: NWMason; Oak timber, long views, abund. wildlife, Will Divide. $2.47M

                                      1-888-TELL-FCC (TTY). You may also contact the DTV Transition Coalition at
                                                                                                                                 732 ac: NW Eden: Tanks, meter, mesq/brush, abund. game. $1,550/ac

                            , or Verizon at 1-888-558-3755 (voice) or 888-558-3770
                                                                                                                                 1033 ac: SE Eden: Exotic game ranch, well watered, minerals. $1,895/ac

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                                                                                                Classifieds! Real Estate
                            Trey Sullivan Real Estate
                                                                                                       Plumley Realty                                                       R.D. Kothmann Real Estate
                              Trey Sullivan, Broker                                                                                                                           Serving the Hill Country since the 40’s.
                          1802 Main St. – Junction, TX                                      Sammy Plumley, Broker 325/446-2830                                                 1701 Main - Junction - 325/446-3013
                                                                                               2119 N. Main - Junction, Texas                                                
                        325-446-3725         325-446-6060
                         WWW.TREYSULLIVAN.COM                                           Acreage                                                                                               KIMBLE COUNTY
Gorgeous home sites with quality restrictions located 3.5 miles from                    2.7 ac. Rock home, basement with fireplace, storage bldg., car-                 5.21 acres – Main Llano River frontage, large trees, excellent
Junction with beautiful views of the surrounding hills and creek.*                      port, close to town with paved frontage. $75,000.                               bank, some restrictuons, priced to sell. $160,000.
   3.094 Acres – $47,500.                                                               5 ac. 4 bedroom/3 bath, double wide w/fireplace. London area.                   9.45 acres – South Llano River frontage, main house, 2 cabins,
   3.181 Acres – $49,500.                                                               $115,000.                                                                       workshop w/storage shed, quonset hut storage shed, large
   3.491 Acres – $54,500.                                                               7.5 ac. 2 br., 2 ba. house, fireplace, new CH/A, shaded fenced                  trees, good water.
   3.897 Acres – $59,500.                                                                                                                                               20 acres in Kimble Co.; North Llano River frontage near
   4.722 Acres – Creek frontage and views! $79,500.
                                                                                        yard w/patio, 2 br., 2 ba., bunk house, new 40’X120” metal barn,
                                                                                        field. $275,000.
                                                                                                                                                                        Junction, hwy frontage, possible owner financing.
9.46 Acres–South Llano River with beautiful pecan trees and cozy                        9.31 ac. 3 br., 2 ba., split level house, covered redwood deck,                 Reduced to $99,000
2BR/1BA cabin, workshop, close to town, a must see. $375,000                                                                                                            20 acres - London area, nice metal barn w/cement floor, views. $60,000
                                                                                        great views, Llano River access, work shop. $194,000.
9.658 Acres – Main Llano River with deep soil, good grass, and easy                                                                                                     22.253 acres - South Llano River frontage, 4/2 rock & stucco
                                                                                        10 ac. 3 br., 2 ba. mobile, S. Llano River frontage, 30 x 60 build-
access. $179,000.*                                                                                                                                                      home w/high deck overlooking water, 2 fireplaces, unattached
                                                                                        ing, close to town. $300,000.
9.957 Acres – Beautiful Main Llano River with live oak and pecan                                                                                                        garage, small pecan orchard, water rights.
trees. $225,000.*                                                                       10 ac. Llano River, 2 Br., 2 Ba., home overlooking river, fireplace,
                                                                                        patio, nice metal workshop, wildlife, partially furnished. $375,000.            25+/- acres - South Llano River frontage, beautiful water, well,
9.998 Acres – 360+ ft. of Main Llano River frontage, newly remod-
                                                                                        14.82 ac. N. Llano River, county road access, good fishing and                  highway frontage, close to town, abundant wildlife.
eled 2750+/-sf 4Br/2.5Ba, CH/A, large covered patio under huge oak
                                                                                        swimming hole, electricity. $178,200 per acre.                                  28.45 acres - remote fenced place w/new cabin, bunkhouse
trees, workshop, beautiful pecan tree shaded river view. $425,000.*
                                                                                        23 ac. S. Llano River frontage, close to town, easy beach access                w/fireplace, large barn, 2 storage sheds. $150,000.
14.85 Acres – North Llano River with older 3Br/2Ba rock home, carport, and
barn. Large pecan and oak trees with city utilities. $300,000.                          for swimming and fishing, water well, nice building site w/view                 41.38 acres - North Llano River frontage, fences, highway frontage.
15.901 Acres – Main Llano River with 800sf cabin. * SOLD                                of surrounding hills, large pecan trees. $650,000.                              47.41 acres - fenced w/well, 2002 mobile home w/all furnish-
22+/- Acres – Hill with oak trees, small field, fully fenced with elec-                 40 ac. Sutton Co. Paved frontage, good water well, electricity, deer &          ings, metal shed, priced to sell. $189,000.
tricity and water well, and beautiful views. $135,000* CONTRACT                         turkey. $112,000. Firm                                                          48 acres - good hunting w/whitetail, exotics, dove, turkey; game
55+/- Acres – Nicely updated hunter’s cabin, old barn, several                          120 ac. High fence, good well, mobile home, exotics & native                    feeders, stands, food plots; some restrictions. $170,000.
blinds/feeders, deer, turkey, hogs, live oak, cedar, and great hilltop views.           game. $300,000 SOLD                                                             72 +/- acres - South Llano River frontage, large 4/4.5 brick
$298,000. REDUCED                                                                       150 ac. Custom 4 Br., 3 Ba, rock & stucco exterior, overlooking                 home w/fireplace and big enclosed porch, 3/2.5 brick second
60+/- Acres with 1,000+/- ft. of creek frontage for swimming and                        Junction, tennis court, negative edge swimming pool, private val-               house, storage bldg. w/workers’ quarters, large pecan bottom.
enjoyment, large Pecan trees, charming old rock cabin, equipment                        ley, city water & sewage. $850,000.                                             100.27 acres - beautiful rock home w/CH&A overlooking Blue
shed, oak and cedar covered hills & canyon provide excellent hunting,                                            SUTTON COUNTY                                          Mountains, 50x100 new barn, red sandy soil, abundant game,
electricity & water on site, less than 10 minutes from Junction.                        15 ac. - Sutton County, lots of N. Llano River frontage, large                  good horse property.
$625,000.*                                                                                                                                                              120.53 acres - Well, older trailer, small barn, exotics, scenic
                                                                                        body of water flows into shallow rapids, nice building site over-
62+/- Acres – Great hunting with many live oak, Spanish oak, and                                                                                                        views. $301,325.
                                                                                        looking river, lots of wildlife. $225,000.
some cedar, windmill. $217,000.                                                                                                                                         130 acres - turnkey deal w/beautiful Main Llano frontage,
                                                                                        281 ac. - live oak terrain, good hunting, nice views with good
67.04 Acres – Excellent hunting ranch surrounded by large ranches,                                                                                                      small cabin, gazebo, well manicured land w/good roads, high-
abundant axis, whitetail, hogs, turkey, 2 blinds & feeders. $215,000.*                  building sites, private setting, whitetail, turkey and axis deer.
                                                                                        $1,625 per acre.                                                                way frontage, near town.
                                                                                        276 ac. - beautiful entrance area with large live oaks, mesas with              246 acres - South Llano River, approx. 2800 ft. of frontage, 2
144 Acres – YO Ranchlands 5,000+/- sf custom home, guest house,
                                                                                        beautiful views, very little cedar, lots of wildlife, good building             wells, fields and hills. Owner/agent.
1,600+/- sf modern foreman’s home. Custom furnishings in all homes,
                                                                                        sites. $462,300.                                                                387+/- acres - east of Junction, spring w/small dam, well, hills
and ranch equipment included. $1,750,000 CONTRACT
393.70+/- Acres – Great hunting ranch with large neighbors. Nice                        357 ac. - wet weather draw meanders thru property that would make               & draws, large trees, good hunting.
remodeled cabin including furniture, 6 blinds and 6 feeders, and recent                 a good place for stock tank, windmill, working pens, good hunting,              399.02 acres - rock home, 5 bdr./2bath/2half bath, CH&A,
cedar clearing. $2,650/acre.                                                            loaded with live oaks, protein feeder pens. $1,695 per acre.                    woodburning stoves, sprinkler system, heated pool, 4-car car-
Houses                                                                                  385 ac. - loaded with live oaks, nice draw meanders thru property,              port, barn, pens, guest house, 2 wells, tank–must see!
109 South 4th – 3BR/2BA, CHA, nicely updated inside priced to sell. $85,000             good views, joins larger ranches, good hunting (whitetail, rio grande           561 acres - three springs, nice 3/2.5 log home, working pens,
306 West St. – 4Br/3Ba with CHA, recent remodel, new outside paint, great               turkey, axis). $1,645 per acre.                                                 blinds and feeders, 2 wells, hwy frontage, some minerals.
neighborhood, nice house. Reduced to $120,000.                                          553 ac. - Sutton County, nice live oak terrain, good water well, build-         667+/- - one-of-a-kind, hills overlooking Junction and conflu-
Commercial                                                                              ing site w/view, good access, excellent hunting. $1,550 per acre.               ence of North and South Llano Rivers, breathtaking views, has
1802 Main St. – Office sites for sale. $25,000- $75,000*                                812 ac. - rolling live oak terrain, nice views, good hunting, stock             commercial corner.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------     tank, good grass cover, thick cover in place to make good wildlife              793.09 acres - North Llano river frontage, new fence, views, 2 wells,
     Home: 325-446-8680                Email:                     habitat, private. $1,595 per acre.                                              good whitetail & axis, limited cedar, possible owner financing.
                               * Owner/Broker                                                                                                                           961+/- acres - Main Llano River frontage, water rights, great
                                                                          T-8-TFNC      878 ac. - 2 Br./1 Ba., large living area, concrete stained floors, fire-
                                                                                        place, new construction, water well w/submersible, high fence on 2              improvements with houses, barns, pens; spectacular views.
   Junction Ranch Real Estate                                                           sides, stock tank, live oaks with mixed brush, field, good soil and
                                                                                        grass, excellent hunting, working pens. $1,775 per acre.
                                                                                                                                                                        2800+/- acres - 3 miles of both sides of Bear Creek, large springs,
                                                                                                                                                                        two concrete dams, 1800 acres under high fence, 3-story restored
1100-B Main Street Junction, Texas 76849                                                918 ac. - 4 Br./2Ba. house, 2 water wells, paved country road                   rock mansion, foreman’s house, barns, sheds, abundant deer,
             (325) 446-3811                                                             frontage, abundant wildlife, turnkey property. $1,735 per acre.                 turkey and fish. $4,400/acre Price reduced to $3,950/acre.                                                     925 ac. Sutton County, unique 3 Br., 3 Ba., ranch house, guest                                     CONCHO COUNTY
220.66 Acres-Llano River frontage, high bluffs with beautiful
                                                                                        quarters, large barn, horse stalls, loaded w/game, paved frontage,
          building sites. Easy access to river. Close to town.
156.72 Acres-2 wells, hwy frontage, live oak country. Good hunting.                     live oak cover, good grass. This ranch is set up as a working/hunt-                      CONTRACT
                                                                                                                                                                        563.705 acres - Paint Rock area, hwy. frontage, best of deer and
                                                                                                                                                                        bird hunting, on Millersview-Doole water system, large older
117.26 Acres-Easy access, electricity, heavily wooded with liveoaks                     ing and recreational ranch. SOLD                                                rock house, pens, stock tanks, partial CRP program, some min-
        and cedar. Loads of game. Axis, Blackbuck, whitetail, turkey,                   Houses                                                                          erals. Price reduced to $1,375/acre.
         and hogs. Owner financing is available.                                        401 N. 9th - 4 Br./3Ba., large living area, fireplace, central H/A,
                                                                                                      SOLD                                                                                     SUTTON COUNTY
108.03 Acres-Llano River frontage, easy access to river. Water well,                    sunroom, basement, nice yard. $129,000.                                         400+/- acres – rolling hills, beautiful views, good roads, excellent
        building sites with views. Great hunting & fishing. 10                          218 N. 15th - 3 Br., 2 Ba., hardwood floors, nice yard, 2 car car-              hunting. $1,350/acre
        minutes from town.                                                                                                                                              720.67 acres - good hunting ranch surrounded by large ranches,
                                                                                        port, large den. $70,000.
38+/- Acres-Menard Co., Great hunting tract. $1,695 per acre.
29.086 Acres with Johnson Fork Creek access. New 3 Br/2BA,                              214 Substation Lane - 3 Br., 2 Ba., on approx. 4 acres, 2 addi-                           SOLD
                                                                                                                                                                        small travel trailer, electricity, 2 wells, some minerals. $1,400/acre
                                                                                                                                                                        1,000+/- acres - well, older house, barns, pens, fences, excellent
        2000 sq. ft. rock home. 400 sq. ft. cabin, 1200 sq. ft. shop                    tional houses, make good rental property. $130,000.                             hunting. $1,350/acre
        with living quarters. Views & wildlife. $289,000.                               100 Hodges St. Vacant lot. $8,500.
COMMERCIAL                                                                              609 Elm - 3 Br., CH/A, 1 Ba., large metal carport, nice yard with                       CONTRACT
                                                                                                                                                                        8,500+/- acres - live oak country, gently rolling, good fences,
                                                                                                                                                                        modest improvements, great deer, hwy, frontage.
5+/- ac. - great investment–located 83 & I-10. $2,300,000                               large pecan trees. $65,000                                                                             MENARD COUNTY
1101 Main - Corner of Main & 377. Great location. $119,000.                             2505 College St. - 4 br., 3 1/2 ba., rock exterior w/nice landscap-             42.52 acres - small cabin, motor home w/rebuilt motor and
PENDING                                                                                                                                                                 transmission, 2 deer blinds, live oaks, good roads, electricity,
                                                                                        ing, private covered patio, large den w/rock fireplace, 2 car
1908 Main. Great location. Almost one acre. REDUCED to $80,000.                                                                                                         some restrictions. $85,040.
HOUSES                                                                                  garage, sprinkler system. $230,000
                                                                                                                                                                        67.68 acres - small cabin, 4 feeders, well, good hunting, some
804 Hackberry - 2 BR/1 BA., Just remolded, very cute. $67,500.                          301 Cenizo - 2 Br/2Ba., corner lot, large living area, den w/wood burn-         restrictions. $2,250/acre.
Large two level home on 3+ acres. 3 BR/1 1/2 BA. Needs some                             ing stove, screened in porch, computer room, large carport. $99,500.            1118.428 acres - Menard & Schleicher Co., well, highway
       finish work. $125,000.                                                           202 Patricia - 3 Br./2Ba., CH/A, fenced yard, carport, corner lot. $79,500.               CONTRACT
                                                                                                                                                                        frontage, fences, good hunting, some restrictions. $1,450/acre.
310 S. 9th St. - 3 or 4 bedroom, 1 bath, living/dining combo,                           Commercial                                                                                               KERR COUNTY
      large country kitchen. Needs a family/handyman. Quiet                             2+ ac.-I-10 @ 457 Exit-High visibility area with good access off                50.8 acres–nice 3/3 home w/loft, fireplace, CH&A, porch, deck,
      neighborhood. $43,000.                                                                                                                                            all furniture goes, well w/large storage tank & well house,
                                                                                        I-10 each direction. Great potential. $200,000.
210 N. 19th - 3 BR/2 BA, living room with fireplace, 2 car garage,                                                                                                      exotics, gated community, exclusive, part of Dominion, origi-
      patio, fenced yard. Great neighborhood. $98,500.                                  115 N. 8th commercial building, good office space, storage space. $75,000.
                                                                                        Cody Plumley, broker.............................................325/446-2324   nally part of Y.O.
115 Mesquite - Nice 3 BR/2 BA home on 2 lots. Large master bedroom,
       patio, carport, storage bldg. Quiet neighborhood. $87,500.                       Misty Plumley, agent.............................................325/446-2324   COMMERCIAL
410 Cenizo - 3 BR/2 BA, 3 lots, large den, carport, workshop & RV                       Carter Plumley, agent...........................................830/591-2084
                                                                                                                            P-27-tfc                                    1.63 acres - Inside city limits, price reduced.
       carport. Reduced to $155,000.                                                                                                                                    Lot on Hwy. 377 S. near Main St. Priced to sell at $60,000.
2 lots - Bluebonnet. Last of the lots. $17,000.                                                                                                                         2005 N. Main - large lot w/nice building, plenty of parking,
420 S. 16th - 3 BR/1BA, double carport, nice work shop.
SAN SABA COUNTY                                                                            BIERSCHWALE LAND CO.                                                         good location. $175,000.
                                                                                                                                                                        Corner of Hwy. 337 S. and Main St. at light, best of locations.
45+/- ac. farmland, 1 well & 2 earthen tanks. Great for bird hunters                                  P.O. Box 154                                                      1402 Main St. - great location, good building, priced to sell.
       or watchers.
    Mary Murr, Broker..................................325-446-3150                               Junction, Texas 76849                                                 LOTS
    Mary Ruth Williams, Asso. broker..........325-446-2539                                   325-446-2763 Or 432-631-0589                                               Two adjoining lots on Mt. Laurel, good location. $16,000 each
    Pam Bannowsky....................................... .325-446-4098                                                                                                  HOUSES
    L.R. Castleberry........................................325-475-2028                Paul Bierschwale, Broker® Scott Phillips®                                       306 S. 16th - 3/1 home w/CH&A, Metco roof, gazebo in yard. $69,000.
                                                                                                                                     Reduced to $59,000.
                                                                                                                                                                        206 Patricia - brick 2/1 w/den added on, large backyard. $75,000.
                                                                                                                                                                        301 Pecan - 3/2 singlewide with CH&A, open porch, traileronly. $17,000.
                                                                                        Convenience Store, gas, groceries, restaurant and                               104 Emory–2/1 house w/CH&A, porches, enclosed garage, 2
                                                                                        feed. Great location. Harper, Texas.                                            lots, nice landscaping. Reduced to $67,900.
                                                                                        2 ac. - Intersection of IH-10 & 2169.                                           304 Oak St. - 3/1.5 home w/views of Lake Junction on S. Llano
                                                                                        5 ac. - One mile west of Junction between 1674 & I-10.                          River, attached 2-car garage w/large workshop and storage
                                                                                        6 +/- ac. - Executive home/hunting & tennis court.                              room, 2-space RV carport, 8-ft. privacy fence around land-
                                                                                                                                                                        scaped back yard w/covered deck, fishpond w/stone waterfall,
                                                                                        7.6 ac. - Near Morgan Shady Park. Water well. Large                             oak & pecan trees, 2 lots. Reduced to $205,000.
                                                                                        pecan trees. SOLD                                                               315 West St.-3/2 brick home w/metal roof, new CH/CA,
 Sue Lewis Gipson, Broker 830-739-6992; 325-446-2443; 830-896-4106                      Three, 9.5 to 16 ac. river tracts, North Llano.                                 fireplace (insert), carpet & tile, unattached garage, unat-
            w w                                          40 ac. - 1100 sq. ft. cabin, AC/H, great hunting. $215,000.                     tached apartment, sprinkler system, large privacy fence on
 50 acres, frontage on Hwy 479, surrounded by large ranches, scenic tract for           50.3 ac. near town, windmill & water well.                                      2 sides, secluded area on outskirts of Junction. $120,000.
 building site. $6,500/acre.
 234 S. 16th 3/2 fireplace, shop, large privacy fenced back yard. $96,500. PRICE        Six-100 to 140 ac. tracts - 7 miles N.E. Hwy 377 and                             Greer Kothmann, Broker.....................................446-3241
 REDUCED.                                                                               1.9 miles on County Rd. 372.                                                     Kelly Kothmann....................................................446-3280
 220 acres, hwy frontage, Llano River frontage. Can be divided. Beautiful build-                                                                                         W. L. Taff...............................................................475-2155

                                                                                                                                                                                             Hill Country
 ing sites.
                                                                                        60 ac. w/travel trailer. Off Loop 479.
 248 +/- ac., mobile home, blinds, feeders, pond, native and exotic game,               158 ac. w/well and solar panel. Segovia area.

                                                                                                                                                                                           Real Estate, LLC.
 Edwards County. $3150/ac.                                                              204.45 ac. - 6 hunting blinds w/feeders, 30x40 metal
 280 acres, Menard County, cultivated land with San Saba River frontage, pecan bot-

                                                                                                                                                                         Ward Bolt Whitworth - Broker
 tom, irrigation rights.
                                                                                        building, 2 mobile homes, water, septic. $2750 ac.
 633.21 ac. Kerr/Real Co. Hwy frontage, abundant wildlife, wells, house & more.         212 ac.-Live water ranch, new 3/2 steel frame home.
                                                                                                                                                                        156 ac. 83 N. Beautiful live oaks, 2 wells.
                   Inventories are low & we need all types of listings
                                                                                        Great hunting. Tremendous views. Must see.
                                                                                                                                                                        1 1 2 a c . Ll a n o R i v er a n d h w y f r o n t a g e , b l u f f w i t h v i e w s .
                                                                                        289 ac. - Great hunting ranch. $1,675 per ac. SOLD
                                                                                                                                                                        16.8 ac. River front. $269k.
     Ted Lewis                                                 325-446-7135             370 ac. Near Junction. Hwy frontage. Will divide.
                                                                                                                                                                        9.4 ac. River front. $179k.
     Rance Roberts                                             830-329-1496
                                                                                        741 ac.-Clean, interior caliche road, rock & pipe
                                                                                                                                                                        Buyers call about other ranches not found here!
     Roxie Thomas                                              972-742-7241
                                                                                        entrance, beautiful views, approx. 8 miles east of
                                                                                                                                                                           702 College
     Jake Jacob                         G-27-tfnC              830-459-2712
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            325-446-8790 Office
                                                                                        Junction off 377. $2,500 per ac.

    Let us know what you enjoy reading                                                  Member MLS-Gillespie County Board of REALTORS®
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Thank you to all who
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     participated and
                          RANCH & FARM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 bought tickets for o ur
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    B u n k o f u n d r a i s e r.
square and one ton bales. Also                    Quality HAY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Also, we would like to
square bales sudan and coastal hay.               Coastal, Hay-grazer,

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          thank the
Can deliver. 325-446-3577 or 830-              Bluestem, Round or square

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      businesses who
370-4425.                   C-30-tfc                  Can deliver

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   generously donated
                                                     Tony Ramirez
Wanted: Grazing land for cat-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   door prizes and T h e
                                                   (210) 912-4859 cell
tle. Will pay by acre or by

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Junction Eagle for the
                                                  (210) 319-0991 truck
head/month. Call Ward 210-

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 advertising! We had a
215-7790.            W-37-tfnc
                                                 (325) 446-3774 nights

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   great time, and the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     JHS Cheerleaders
       Horses For Sale                              Reginald Stapper
Weanlings, yearlings and older
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  really appreciate the
        Tony Ramirez
                                                  Farm & Ranch

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  support of this great
      cell 210-912-4859                        Management Consulting

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   community! Without
    home 325-446-3774                               Custom farming,

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    the support of our
                                               Irrigation, Pecans, Hay, &

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 community, we would
Hay for sale. C.A. Trimble. 325-                 Grazing management

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 not be able to do many
446-2216; 446-7053.     T-12-26c                   830-683-7322 cell

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  of the things that w e
Haygrazer      4x5      bales.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          get to do!
Abundantly fertilized and                     Ranch horse, gentle. Robby
watered. Jay @ 325-446-3162.                  Robinson. Nights only. 325-446-
                                S-25-12c      3165.                   R-28-tfnc

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 JHS Cheerleaders & Sponsors
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Mary Adams, Lisa Heap &
If you would like to adopt a pet, please stop by the Sam                                  Winners at the Bunko fundraiser are, from left, Doreen Martinez, most bunkos; Melissa
 Coffey Animal Shelter located on FM 2169, call City                                      Hoggett, most games; Kara Fluty, most snake-eyes and Sara Ringling, least games. These                                                     Summer Hend erson
        Hall at 446-2622 or visit                                           ladies were among many who participated.                                                                                                                              J-28-1x

                                                                                                   PUBLIC NOTICES CONTINUED

            Junction Texas Economic                                                                            Notice of Publication                                                 2008 – 2009 Junction Eagles!
           Development Corporation
                                                                                                                                                                                   The first day of high school cross country practice will be on
           (JTEDC) Board Member                                                                        Application for local option                                                Monday, August 4, at 6:00 p. m.
                                                                                                       election petition to legalize
   The mission of the JTEDC is to foster economic devel-                                                                                                                           The first day of high school football practice will be on Monday,
 opment in the community through the accomplishment of                                        Notification is hereby given that Jennifer Frasier, Artemisa                         August 4, at 6:30 a. m.
 one or more of the following objectives:                                                  Lozano, Hardy Hardin, Craig Meador, Dalan Hoyt Moss, Natalie
   • Create new private sector jobs.                                                       Kothmann, Joe King, Aaron Bierschwale, Charles Hagood and                               The first day of high school volleyball practice will be Monday,
   • Prevent or reduce unemployment.                                                       Debbie Cooper Kistler of Kimble County, Texas 76849 have filed                          August 4, at 1:00 p. m.
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   • Make improvements that will result in Junction being                                  liquor election for the legal sale of all alcoholic beverages including                 will begin after the first day of classes.
 a more attractive place to live, visit and invest.                                        mixed beverages within Kimble County, Texas. The petition will be
   Four (4) Board members will be appointed by the                                         circulated among qualified voters in Kimble County.             M-28-1p                    It is required that all athletes have a physical examination
 Junction City Council for two-year terms beginning Oct.                                                                                                                           prior to participation in any athletics, band or cheerleading
                                                                                                                                                                                   activity. The Kimble Medical Clinic will be conducting physicals
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   To be eligible to serve, an individual must be:
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                                                                                                       is the most reliable source of accurate local information.
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                                                                                                                        events of Kimble County.                                       A physical form will be mailed to each student grades 7 – 12.
 ence, qualifications and reasons for your desire to serve
 on the board to JTEDC Executive Director Patricia                                                                                                                                 This form, including the medical history, must be filled out and
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                        More Classifieds! Real Estate                                                                                                         More Classified s! Real Estate
   50 Acres 10 minutes northeast of Junction, nice views, good bottom land, building sites. Whitetail
   Deer, wild turkeys, dove, and wild hogs. $2,250 per acre
   50 Acres 10 minutes northeast of Junction, nice views, good bottom land, building sites and Gentry
   Creek. Whitetail Deer, wild turkeys, dove, and wild hogs. $2,500 per acre
   63 Acres 10 minutes northeast of Junction, nice views, good bottom land, building sites. Whitetail
   Deer, wild turkeys, dove, and wild hogs. $2,500 per acre
   90 Acres Minutes to Junction, own your own hill. Views, native wildlife, unique ranch. $2,250 per acre
   173 Acres 10 minutes northeast of Junction, nice views, good bottom land, building sites. Whitetail
   Deer, wild turkeys, dove, and wild hogs. $2,000 per acre
   233 Acres Ready to go, Cabin, Windmill, small tank, and new fence. Just minutes to Junction, and
   frontage on County road 311. $2,900 per acre
   260 Acres 10 Minutes northeast of Junction, nice views, good bottom land, building sites, hill tops,
   and Hardwoods. Whitetail Deer, wild turkeys, dove, and wild hogs. $2,000 per acre
   631 Acres Views of Tea Cup Mountain and the Llano River Valley, Native wildlife, hardwoods, well,
   and a nice mix of Hill tops and valleys. $2,000 per acre
   742 Acres 5 miles north of Junction. Gentle rolling pastures with some high hills, valleys & scenic
   canyons. There are some springs in the canyons. $2,200 per acre
   1,500 Acres 10 miles north of Junction. Agreat combination of the best features of the Texas Hill Country
   – scenic hills, high plateau pastures, wooded valleys & creek bottom land. Spring-fed Gentry Creek runs
   through the ranch for about 3,500+/- feet. Has a new water well & is fenced on 3 sides. $2,250 per acre
                                               OR 210-387-9949

   Various sizes ranging from 30 Acres up to 300 Acres with or without improvements just north of
   Harper. Nice rolling Hill Country terrain. Good views from hilltops. House, large hanger/barn &
   2,700' grass airstrip. (2876) Barry McCollom, Agent
   320 Acres 14 miles west of Junction. Gentle rolling Hills & river bottom land. _ miles frontage on
   the beautiful spring-fed North Fork Llano River. 3BR/2BA rock home, carport, metal barn & shed.
   One water well with submersible pump, one windmill & one 15,000 gallon holding tank. Native &
   free roaming exotic game. (2848) Beaux Cook, Agent
   350 Acres – 16 miles northwest of Kerrville via IH-10 & Hwy. 479. Gentle rolling terrain with good turf                             C-12-eowc
   and oak trees. Free roaming native & exotic game. Water well & boundaries fenced. Steve Oehler, Agent
                                                                                                                                                                                        HOMES FOR SALE
                                        JOHN McCOLLOM & ASSOCIATES                                                                     For sale by owner. 3 miles west of Junction. 2 bedroom 2 bath home on 11 +/- acres with large workshop and live-
                                               341 Junction Hwy.                                                                       stock barn. $185,000. 830-459-7601 830-459-7550.                                                        C-5-tfnc
                                              Kerrville, TX 78028                                                                      1506 N. Llano, 2/1, central h/a, sits on 1 acre of land. Call 325-446-4613.                                             M-40-tfc
                              (830) 896-1122           
                                                                                                                       M-22-tnfc       Small acreage 3/B 1/Ba home + bonus room 2 mi.. from Junction. Good pecan & oak trees. Contact 325-
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                                                                       The Junction Eagle, Wednesday, July 23, 2008                                                                                  Page 11

UMArmy “invades” Junction
Submitted by Kari Warden           morning, The Mean Green              ship with the group. The
                                   Cutting Machines. There were         clients were given an opportu-
   Mayor James Murr declared       local camp directors (Lee and        nity to talk about the week and
last week, July 13–19, as          Kari Warden), safety person-         what it had meant to them. It
UMArmy (United Methodist           nel, and supply leaders always       was a very emotional time as
Action Reach-out Mission by        on the go to keep each group         many of the clients and their
Youth) week in Junction.           safe, on track, and complete         teams had formed very close
Forty-four youth and twenty        with whatever supplies were          bonds.
leaders from Brownsville,          needed. Thank goodness, there           Friday night was the final
Medina Valley, Berkeley and        were NO accidents during the         night, and the UMArmy work
Oak Hill churches in Austin        camp.                                teams were allowed to eat
and Sulphar, Louisiana,              In the evenings, different         wherever they wanted to in
arrived in Junction on Sunday      organizations provided the           town. Then, to spend one more
afternoon, July 13, ready to       meals: Rotary, Lion’s Club,          time together as a camp, they
fulfill their mission of working   Zonta, BP&W, FUMC and                went back to the church to
to serve others. They were         UM Youth parents. UMArmy             have worship and “share time”
housed at the First United         extends a HUGE thanks to all         for those who wanted to
Methodist Church and were          those who helped.                    express how they had seen
allowed to shower in the JISD        Also in the evenings, differ-      Christ during the week.

                                                                                                               JISD NEWS
                                                                                                             JHS varsity cheerleaders, left to right, Ashley Rowe, Jessie Nixon and Keeley Armes, pause
Rock Gym.                          ent events were planned to              On Saturday, the partici-         a moment, during their game of Bunko, to smile at the photographer. The JHS cheerleaders
   That first evening, the youth   entertain the youth. On              pants got to sleep a little later,   held a Bunko fundraiser to help raise money for camp on July 28.
were divided into groups (not      Monday night, Rollerama              like 8, and then they got busy
the groups they came with) so      Junction opened up for the           with cleaning the church to                                                                                 We hope this process is
they could begin to mingle and     group to roller skate for a cou-     make it look like they had                                                                                helpful and more convenient.
know each other as a camp.         ple of hours. It was the first       never been there.                                                                                         Please feel free to call or come

                                                                                                                        by Dr. Reneé Schulze
They had worship that night        time for some to skate, and for         During this week, the                                                                                  by the school if you need any
(and every night) before bed-      some, it had been a long time        UMArmy camp completed 21                                                                                  other information or have any
time, and at 6:50 the next         since they had last skated.          job sites, with the final job                                                                             questions.
morning they were expected to      Tuesday night found the group        being the completion of a side-        Faster Student Registra-         out and sign the forms and          Other Important Events
get up, go to worship and then     playing on the FUMC grounds          walk at the Methodist Church         tion for JISD Students for         return to any campus office       and Dates:
breakfast. During the breakfast    with water balloon fights and        Life Center, in which every-         2008-2009                          prior to August 12 or to the        August 4
time, they were expected to        other water games, plus, for a       one got to put their handprints                                         cafeteria on August 12 from         Athletic Booster Club
make their own lunches as well     surprise, one of the ranch fire      and where they were from.              It is back to school time        9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.         “Meet the Coaches” Night at
as to provide a lunch for the      trucks showed up and hosed           This camp was a wonderful            again, and the first day of        August 12 is our “traditional     the High School Gym 6:00
client that they were to meet      down all the participants. On        experience for everyone there.       classes for JISD students will     registration day” at the JISD     p.m.
with that day. (The clients had    Wednesday night, the camp               The camp directors and all        be Monday, August 25, 2008.        cafeteria.                          August 14
applied for aid in the months      members went to the Llano            the participants would like to         We know your time is valu-         Lunch tickets may be pur-         6th grade orientation at the
prior to the camp dates.)          River to eat and go swimming.        say, “Thank you”, to the com-        able, so in an attempt to better   chased August 12. However,        Middle School 6:00 p.m.
   The groups were expected        For some, it was the first time      munity of Junction for wel-          serve you, JISD will be send-      you may qualify for the             9th grade orientation at the
to be at their work sites by       to swim in a river and enjoy         coming with open loving arms         ing student’s pre-registration     free/reduced school meals pro-    High School 7:00 p.m.
                                                                                                             forms prior to our traditional     gram which is a federally           August 21
8:30 each a.m., and a prize        what God had made.                   all of those that came to take
                                                                                                             registration day. These are the    funded program which pro-           JISD Meet the Teacher
was given each morning to the        Thursday night was client          part in the UMArmy camp.
                                                                                                             same forms and information         vides low-cost or free lunches    Night
team that was the first out        night in which all the clients       None of this would have hap-                                                                                5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
                                                                                                             which are traditionally taken      to children each school day.
every day, which ended up          that had work done or still          pened if it hadn’t been for          care of on “registration day” at   Please review the application     Elementary
being the same group each          being done at their houses           everyone that helped through-        the JISD cafeteria.                for 2008-2009 to determine if       6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Middle
                                   were invited to eat and wor-         out the week.                          To expedite the process, fill    you qualify. You need only        School
                                                                                                                                                complete and return one appli-      6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. High
  IN SHORT                                                            Texas Crossword is sponsored by:                                          cation for all students in your   School

                                                                                                                                                  Community Calendar
                                    Home Health Services of Mason, Kimble & Menard, Inc.                                                        household.
Women to meet                                                                Junction Office
                                                                               106 N. 8th
  The      Kimble       County                                              325 • 446-3706              H-26-eowc
Republican Women will meet                                                                                                                                           Thursday, July 24
in the Kimble County Library                                                                                                                      London Community Library: 9-10 a.m., London Com. Center
meeting room at 5:00 p.m. on                                                                                                                       London Exercise Group: 9 a.m., London Community Center
Thursday, July 24. The speaker                                                                                                                         Blood Pressure Clinic: 11 a.m.-noon, Senior Center
                                                                                                                                                               Rotary: noon, Isaack’s Restaurant
will be Nancy Z. Mayer of
                                                                                                                                                    Alcoholics Anonymous: 8 p.m., Trinity Episcopal Church
Killeen, Texas Federation of
Republican Women District                                                                                                                                              Friday, July 25
Director, Senate District 24.                                                                                                                      TAGRA Annual Show: 9 a.m., Hill Country Fairgrounds
                                                                                                                                                London Community Library: 10-11 a.m., London Comm. Center
Thunderbird Van                                                                                                                                  London Exercise Group: 10 a.m., London Community Center
                                                                                                                                                 Rev. Cecil Conner’s Retirement: 6:30-7:30 p.m., Junction Full
policy                                                                                                                                                             Gospel Fellowship Hall

  The Thunderbird Van will                                                                                                                                           Saturday, July 26
not be picking up school chil-                                                                                                                   London Gardeners Market: 8 a.m., London Community Center
dren this year. If you have any                                                                                                                       JISD Sports Physicals: 8 a.m.-12 noon, New Gym
                                                                                                                                                    TAGRA Annual Sale: 1 p.m., Hill Country Fairgrounds
questions, please contact
Jennifer at the Senior Center
446-3621.                                                                                                                                                             Sunday, July 27
                                                                                                                                                   Men’s Bible Class: 9 a.m., broadcast on KRVL 93.5 from Girl
    Sunrise/Sunset for                                                                                                                                                     Scout House
     Kimble County                                                                                                                                 Celebrate Recovery: 6 p.m., First United Methodist Church
   Date        Rise        Set                                                                                                                                        Monday, July 28
 06-24-08      0652       2038                                                                                                                       Chanes Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution:
 06-25-08      0653       2038                                                                                                                                      noon, Isaack’s Restaurant
 06-26-08      0653       2037                                                                                                                       Kimble County Historical Commission: 5:30 p.m., County
 06-27-08      0654       2037                                                                                                                                             Courtroom
 06-28-08      0654       2036                                                                                                                       Alcoholics Anonymous: 7 p.m., Kimble County Library
 06-29-08      0655       2035                                                                                                                       Al-Anon: 7:30 p.m., Trinity Episcopal Church Parish Hall

Sudoku puzzle
 06-30-08      0656       2035
                                                                                                                                                                      Tuesday, July 29
                                                                                                                                                 London Community Library: 10-11 a.m., London Com. Center
                                                                                                                                                  London Exercise Group: 10 a.m., London Community Center
                                                                            COW POKES                                                                               Wednesday, July 30
 Sponsored each week by:                        2101 Main Street
                                            (325) 446-3321 ext. 134                            by Ace Reid                                        Department of Public Safety Driver License representative:

 Kimble Hospital                              (325) 446-8736 FAX                                                                                      9:30 a.m.-noon, 1-3:15 p.m., Courthouse Courtroom

                                                                                                                                                     If you would like to have an event placed on the
 Home Health Care                                                                                                                                  Community Calendar, call 446-2610 before 5 p.m. on
                                                                                                                                                     Monday or email to
 No matter how the numbers add up
 You will always be number 1 to us!                                                                                                                         UPCOMING EVENTS
                                                                                                                                                                            July 31
                                                                                                                                                        Full Gospel Church Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser

                                                                                                                                                                           August 4
                                                                                                                                                  1st day of HS Football, Volleyball & Cross Country Practices
                                                                                                                                                                   Meet the Coaches Night

                                                                                                                                                                          August 4-6
                                                                                                                                                                     Goodwill Baptist VBS

                                                                                                                                                                         August 8&9
                                                                                                                                                                     Summer Classic Rodeo

                                                                                                                                                                           August 9
                                                                                                                                                         Centennial Program-1908 Confederate Reunion

                                                                                                                                                                          August 14
                                                                                                                                                                  6th & 9th Grade Orientations
                                                                                     Cowpokes is sponsored each week by
                                                                                                                                                                          August 21
                                                                                  J unct io n N a ti ona l b ank
                                                                               The Brand Name in Kimble County Banking
                                                                                                                                                                    Meet the Teachers Night

                                                                                                                                                                          August 30
                                                                                                                      Kimble County’s Sesquicentennial Birthday Party
                                                                                                     Member FDIC                                                 St. Theresa Annual Festival
                                               The                                                                         London
Page 12                                                The Junction Eagle, Wednesday, July 23, 2008
                                                                                                                                                                                                   But my good nature and gen-

                                                                                                                                                                                                   erosity have to end with grass
                                                                                                                                                                                                     I don’t wish any ill toward

                                                                                                                                                                                                   the Gulf coast but I have to

                                                                                                                            by Claudette Primeaux
                                                                                                                                                                                                   admit that if this storm Dolly
                                                                                                                                                                                                   could just give us a little rain,
                                                                                                                                                                                                   I would be very appreciative.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   You know, just enough to
                                                                                         I have written several times         spot on a peach and wonder-                                          green things up without mak-
                                                                                      about the angels of London.             ing about the merits of netting                                      ing the Llano River come up –
                                                                                      These usually invisible crea-           to keep them out. Garland                                            or is it down?
                                        can be purchased each week                    tures have shown their works            O’Quinn said his philosophy                                            Anyway, see y’all out there
                                                                                      in many ways, from mowing               was that you just have to have                                       between the bridges of
                                            at any of these fine                      the park to picking up trash.           more peaches than you have                                           Kimble County and this
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Saturday at 8 a.m.
                                              establishments:                         In the past couple of weeks,
                                                                                      one or more of the little angels
                                                                                                                              birds. I can go along with that.

            Roy’s Chevron                      Junction Short Stop                    totally cleaned the fire depart-
                                                                                      ment meeting room. I mean,
              314 E. Main                           1977 N. Main                      they swept, dusted, arranged
   Junction Automotive NAPA                         Lum’s BBQ                         furniture and straightened
                                                                                      shelves. No one is taking cred-
                815 Main                            2031 N. Main                      it, although I checked with
           Johnny’s Exxon                        Kimble Hospital                      some of the usual suspects. So
                                                    2101 N. Main                      – thank you very much!
               1014 Main                                                                 The ladies who have been
            Super S Foods                          Lazy T Motel                       exercising at the Community
                                                    2043 N. Main                      Hall have decided to meet a
               1102 Main                                                              little earlier for the rest of the
            Gonzales Cafe                      Harold’s Food Mart                     summer. Come on down at 9
               1106 Main                            2350 N. Main                      a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays
                                               Llano Travel Center                    and Fridays to hopefully have
     Flatrock Corner Store                                                            a little cooler start. That means
              601 S. Llano                          2399 N. Main                      the library will also be open at
   Let ‘er Buck Coffee House                     Rowe’s Chevron                       those times.
                                                                                         There are still a few garden-
               1411 Main                            2415 N. Main                      ers willing to come out this            Some vendors and shoppers at the last Gardners’ Market
                                            Grandad’s Corner Store                    Saturday to share their pro-            held at the London Community Center are, from left,
             Food Basket                                                              duce. I guess we are in the             Garland O'Quinn, Opal Childress, and Janice Mays. Not
               1414 Main                           201 Morales St.                                                            pictured is Bunny Mays.
                                                                                      “dog days of summer” (what-
            The Hills Motel                       Days Inn Motel                      ever that means), and the
               1520 Main
   Mama Kay’s Sunshine Cafe
                                                   111 Martinez St.
                                               Segovia Truck Stop
                                                                                      weeds are winning at this
                                                                                      time. I just put on my boots
                                                                                      and stomp around in those
                                                                                                                                     My Opinion
               1907 Main                         135 HC 10, Segovia                   dang grass burs looking for                                           by John Parker
                                               Econo Lodge Motel                      the elusive veggies. I am for-
              La Familia                                                              mulating my plan to annihilate            Was reading through some                                              Now I’m almost sure Mr.
               1927 Main                    311 S. Segovia Access, Segovia            them for next year, hopefully          “old” stuff the other day and                                         Coolidge had this nation in
          Les Williams Fina                         and, of course,                   without creating a Super Fund          ran across a quote from a pres-                                       mind when he came up with
                                                                                      site. Any ideas?                       ident of the U.S. His name                                            this little piece of wisdom.
              1920 N. Main                  The Junction Eagle Office                    I heard a good one the other        was Calvin Coolidge. He is                                            Lots of places in the world
                                                    215 N. 6th St.                    day. I was complaining about           not one of the most published                                         today the only people able to
                                                                                      the birds pecking the first pink       of our presidents, but history                                        practice the persistence men-
                                                                                                                             has him as one of the most                                            tioned are the basic people “in
                                                                                                                             wise. Also, he was at least one                                       charge”. The consistent
                                                                                                                             of the men who held the job                                           actions of the in charges are

             Parker Lumber                                              Luke                                                 who held the Constitution in
                                                                                                                             very high regard.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   dedicated to preventing any of
                                                                                                                                                                                                   the folks who are at the bottom

              Bridal Registry                                          Tillman                                                  His quote, that caught my
                                                                                                                             interest: “Press on....nothing in
                                                                                                                                                                                                   of the heap from exhibiting the
                                                                                                                                                                                                   persistence required.
                                                                      Land Improvement                                       the world can take the place of                                          When you keep on keeping
          Melissa Mathis & Clay Trojcak
                                                           Cedar Clearing     Metal Buildings                                persistence. Talent will not;                                         on you sorta have to have a
                                                           Mesquite Clearing        Right of Ways
              Shower-May 10, 2008
                                                                                                                             nothing is more common than                                           goal. Those who are victims of
                                                                    General Bobcat Work                                      unsuccessful individuals with                                         tyranny probably have a goal,
                   June 7, 2008                                       Great Skid Steer Rates                                 talent. Genius will not; unre-                                        staying alive, and yes, we can
                                                                                                                             warded genius is almost a                                             agree this is important.
     Katie Whitworth & Blair Guidroz                                     Luke Tillman                                        proverb. Education will not;                                             When you keep on keeping
                June 14                                                  210-216-9304                                        the world is full of educated                                         on, whatever your goal, a part
                                                                           Junction, Texas                                   derelicts. Persistence and deter-                                     of that goal must be improving
                                                                                                           T-24-tfnc         mination alone are omnipo-                                            your situation. Guess it boils
              2136 N Main    325-446-2243
                                                                                                                             tent.” Calvin Coolidge.                                               down to “hang in there”.

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L et t er s
                                                                   The Junction Eagle, Wednesday, July 23, 2008                                                                                                                                                 Page 13

t o th e
Edit or
  My family and I would
greatly appreciate it if you
publish this letter in your
paper. Thank you.

  On Sunday June 22, while
traveling back home to New
Mexico after a family vaca-
tion, our fun came to an
abrupt halt when the engine in
our Suburban began to
smoke, clank, then stopped all
together. My husband, two
kids, two dogs, and I were
stranded on I-10 near the Ft.    The Junction High School cheerleaders’ Bunko fundraiser, held Sunday, July 20, in the school cafeteria, was a fun and successful night for everyone who
McKavett exit.We managed         attended. The fundraiser was held in order for the cheerleaders to raise money to attend cheer camp.
to find a trucker who was also
broke down and used his cell     all, dogs included, to find a       to our situation, I'll never                               generosity of this small Texas                              look for one - free of charge.                   who not only treat their neigh-
phone to call Roy's Chevron      motel. Who does this? Who           know, though I have a sneak-                               town end there? No way!                                     Who does this?? He tells us                      bors how they would want,
to tow us back to Junction.      gives up a Sunday night with        ing suspicion it was the latter.                             We knew our vehicle was                                   where to find the dealerships                    but also total strangers.
  Within five minutes of us      their family to help total          To add more to it, he offered                              beyond repair so we went                                    and waves goodbye. At this                       THANK YOU JUNCTION -
getting back to the Suburban     strangers?                          that we could take his person-                             shopping for a new one at Hill                              point, my husband and I can’t                    WE WILL NEVER FORGET
Roy's showed up - 5 bottles of      He recommended The Hills         al car and get something to                                Country Chevy. There we met                                 stop talking about this tiny                     YOU!!!!
ice cold water in hand. The      Motel since he thought they         eat. Who does this?? We went                               Bill Simon and explained our                                town of angels.                                    Michale & Danny Coleman
driver, which I'm sad to say     might accept dogs, and it was       to Sonic and filled our aching                             situation. Although he had                                    We ended up buying a new                              Roswell, New Mexico
his name escapes me at this      comfortable. He was right.          stomachs, then returned the                                some very nice cars and                                     SUV at Crenwelge Motors for
moment, told us all about        The motel owner and his fam-        car. What awesome people!                                  trucks on the lot, we needed a                              a VERY, VERY good price. It                        I had the opportunity to
Junction on our way into         ily were just as kind. He rec-      The room was clean, the air                                van or large SUV. So what did                               was the car company’s policy                     read a couple of your articles
town - the stores, eateries,     ommended a three-bed room           conditioning cold, and an                                  Bill do? Keep in mind he                                    to fill the gas tank up once                     from a June issue about the
motels, the river, and local     with tile for the dogs. He also     added bonus - a swimming                                   knew we wouldn't be doing                                   purchased, but the man who                       annual Easter Pageant and
hunting and fishing. Once in     gave us an extremely low rate       pool, playground, and BBQ                                  business with him. He offers                                handled that had gone home                       enjoyed them thoroughly and
town the driver’s father met     - whether it was the regular        area. What more could we ask                               to let us use one of his vehi-                              sick that day, and only he was                   so happy that the pageant has
us at the station and drove us   rate or a secretly low rate due     for? So...did the kindness and                             cles to drive to Kerrville and                              allowed to do it. So instead of                  survived so many years and
                                                                                                                                                                                            making us come back the next                     still improving (maybe next
                                                                                                                                                                                            day Jerry, our salesman, gave                    year the weather will also).
    Full Gospel Church Fundraiser                                                                                                                                                           us $100 out of his own pocket                    My Dad Rev. James B. Jordan
    Spaghetti Dinner, Cake Auction & Door Prizes                                                                                                                                            and simply asked us to mail                      is the one that started the
                      Adults – $8                                                                                                                                                           him a receipt. That’s trust. If                  Men's Bible class in the the-
                                                                                                                                                                                            we didn't, he would be out                       ater downtown probably in
                   12 & under – $4                                                                                                                                                          that money. Who does this?                       the mid-'40's or thereabouts, I
               Church Fellowship Hall                                                                                                                                                         The answer is - the people                     can recall him talking with
                 July 31 5:30 p.m.                                                                                                                                                          of Junction and Kerrville do.                    Mom about how there was so
            Take out/delivery available                                                                                                                                                     To us, Junction is Mayberry -                    many ranchers that would not
               446-5412 or 446-5222                                                                                                                                                         a town where its people are                      put on a suit and tie and come
                                                         Y-28-2p                                                                                                                            truly a community. People                        to church, so the idea of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Bible Class was born, and the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             theater was a perfect place to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             gather in jeans and boots with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             coffee and doughnuts, and I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             can recall seeing the theater
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             full the few times I attended
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             as a kid. Does the cross on top
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             of Lover's Leap still burn or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             did I-10 do away with it? I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             was a Boy Scout at the first

                            for your heart                                                                                                                                                                                                   pageant and helped with the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             parking and passing out
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             doughnuts; at that time it was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             held at sunrise. I just wanted
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             to say I enjoyed reading your
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             articles and am thrilled it is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             still going strong. We wish
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             you the best of luck and may
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             God bless.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              South Llano
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              River State
                   Your heart is in good hands at Shannon’s Regional Heart Center. Our premier heart                                                                                                                                             Park
                   program performs more procedures, saves more lives, and provides our friends and                                                                                                                                            National Weather
                   neighbors the most comprehensive heart care in West Texas.                                                                                                                                                                   Service Report
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Daily Temperature
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Date High Low Rainfall
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             07-13 98 66
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             07-14 100 69
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             07-15 99 72
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             07-16 97 70
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             07-17 97 67
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             07-18 95 66
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             07-19 94 66

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Senior Center
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Thursday, July 24
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Steak fingers w/gravy,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             mashed potatoes, green beans,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                hot rolls, sugar cookies
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Friday, July 25
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Fried fish w/tartar sauce,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             corn, okra & tomato gumbo,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 hot rolls, apple crisp
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Monday, July 28
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Frito pie, corn chips,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               chili & cheese, spinach,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               wheat rolls, tossed salad,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 cinnamon applesauce
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Tuesday, July 29
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Tuna salad w/tomatoes,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              vegetable beef soup, wheat
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 bread, fresh fruit cup,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                German chocolate cake
                                                                   Physicians are employed by Shannon Clinic and members of the medical staff at Shannon Medical Center. Physicians are not employees or agents of Shannon Medical Center.       Wednesday, July 30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Ham w/pineapple, corn,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             macaroni & cheese, hot rolls,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  peaches, lemon bars
Page 14                                                     The Junction Eagle, Wednesday, July 23, 2008

JNB Customer Appreciation Picnic draws large crowd

                                                                                            Barbara Whitworth, left, Becky Johnson, center, and Lisa Sanders make ready their table
Janis and Jerry Kirby (facing camera) listen intently as Ann Lemon describes a huge ham-    for the next group that will visit with Junction National Bank employees and guests at the
burger that she recently ate in a neighboring town. Both Kirbys’ encouraged Lemon to dis-   annual JNB Appreciation Picnic. In the background, Mary Whitworth visits with some
close the location of the eatery.                                                           friends.

Candy Bierschwale, left, and Laurie Barker, enjoy dis-
cussing old times and upcoming events at the Junction
National Banks’ Customer Appreciation Picnic that was
held last Wednesday, July 16.                                Left, Jerrie Rhamy and Betty Fife give Greer Kothmann and Jean Froneberger (stripped blouse) their utmost attention
                                                             while Patty Menchaca (next to Fife) and Marie Robinson engage in a conversation with Kenny Rooke at the Junction
                                                             National Bank’s annual Customer Appreciation Picnic.

                                                                                                                                        Junction National
                                                                                                                                        Bank can help you
                                                                                                                                          rope and brand
From left, Jared Wilbanks, Michea Davis, Mitch Davis and Jennifer Robinson relax and                                                          your dream!
exchange ideas after enjoying the hamburger/hot dog Customer Appreciation Picnic, held
by Junction National Bank on the bank’s back patio and in the community meeting room
last Wednesday, July 16.
                                                                                                 Locally owned Junction National Bank of fers r eal estate loans
                                                                                              designed to help you realize your dr eams. Whether you’r e mak ing
                                                                                              a first- home pur chase, buying that long-awaited countr y r etir e -
                                                                                              ment place , an investment pr oper ty or a get-away weekend
                                                                                              cabin............Junction National charges no application fee, no
                                                                                              origination fee, no cr edit r epor t fee and you’r e not asked to pay
                                                                                              points to get the best deal! The folks at Junction National have
                                                                                              knowledge and experience with local r eal estate values and they
                                                                                              do pr ovide small town personal service.
                                                                                                 Stop by the bank and talk to Pam. She’ll help you put your
                                                                                              brand on the pr oper ty of your dr eams!

                                                                                                    J U N C T I O N N AT I O N A L B A N K
                                                                                                     “The Brand Name in Kimble County Banking”
                                                                                                  701 Main St.                   325-446-2531

Aubrey Fife tries not to look                                                                                  The property pictured above is listed with
guilty after biting into a
yummy cookie that he chose                                                                                       BIERSCHWALE LAND CO.
at the Junction National                                                          H-27-2c
                                                                                                            519 COLLEGE 325-446-763 OR 432-631-0589
Banks’ Customer Appreci-                                                                               
ation Picnic.

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