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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 October 1982

! VI v V vl I Savings for Thur -Wed Oct 14-20 Page G. Tribune Progress. Thursday . October 14. 1982 fSSBm 'nil HLaLm.rTj Lh 8 Bki ' J 1 1 wBKmBmi rai4. K2uuu2SjuSiIyulQlIKlUH9L Facial Tlssuo jM VVTfNHWVMIHnmnn V 150-ct. 69c -j"" Unbeatable low prices all week long! 5 All Purpose Enriched Pillsbury Flour 5-Lb. Bag m 53rc 1-Lb. Box Keebler's ZESTA Saltlne Crackers 69c Falstaff lilt f';! !? D. - "- :-i-.l UMIIt - J nUiHIV Reg. or Lite 6-Pack 12-Oz.Cans Hi ija MwrsfpM All Premium Flavors Jerseyland Ice Cream Family Size - yq Lipton Tea Bags24.ct.B0K I Mrs. Dalrd's Buttorhorns or j q Apple Strudel 6-ctPko.l All Grinds m qy Folger's Coffee Mb. can 1 Oak Farms Fresh fff Buttermilk Han canon cm. USC Del Monte Famous nn Tomato Catsup32-oz.jug I Antl'Porsplrant - q Arrid Deodorants can! (39 nnk d- 1 l rcpiU DIIIIUI 12-Oz. BottleJb. Gladlola Assorted Varieties y rf - Pouch Mixes 46.oz.pkfls. 1 Duller Krust Sliced ff Rye Bread i.u.Loa. yc Manna wnno toiiow a r T IO 5-Lb. Dag Corn Meal Californi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 October 1982

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmfmmmmvMHmmmm JPiPWWWWWPPWPW m MMkAAailamhiiiUi INSIDE TV 1 1 M I I I ! TTl 1 1 f T T f BY CHRIS COLBY rrrrk l Tribune-Progress Thursday October 14 1982 Pnge7 Leaders Attend Unit Meeting CLOSEUP - Catherine Oxcnbcrg who plnycd Diann in "The Romance Of Charles And Diana" is the daughter of Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia. Okay. So maybe you knew that but did you know for a few brief shin- ing moments the Princess was engaged to Hichnrd Burton who subsequently wed that other Elizabeth Putherlnc says Burton taught her acting and was always charming patient and intelligent It s u good year for handsome HOLLAND MISS FI.AME Dlnnia Blair rides fn the annual parade of the Bell County Fire Chief's Association at Bolton She was named Bell County Miss Flame during the activities. HAKTI.KTT MISS Fl. MK Amy Janke waves during the Fire Chief's parade at Belton She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Hay Janke of Bartlett and represented the Bartlett Volunteer Fire Department in the Hell...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 October 1982

Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 14 1982 C V tM JOfe '- v If BARTLETT BULLDOGS The 1982 Fighting Bulldogs VS. .tt' THRALL TIGERS FRIDAY NIGHT OCTOBER 15 BULLDOG FIELD 7:30 P.M. ' 4 SEP. 3 SEP. 10 SEP. 17 SEP. 21 OCT. 1 OCT. 8 OCT. 15 OCT. 22 OCT. 29 NOV. 5 BARTLETT BULLDOGS 1982-8:$ FOOTBALL SCHEDULE ;j VARSITY j 8:00 ! 8:00 8:00 ; ; 8:00 ;; 7:30 !i 7:30 !;! 7:30 I ! 7:30 ! ! 7:30 !;! 7:30 j! SOOCOCGOCOOOOOOOOOOC i SOMERVILLE at ACADEMY at TROY ROGERS at LEXINGTON atTHORNDALE THRALL at FLORENCE LIBERTY HILL TSD Denotes District 2(5 A A games. Denotes Homecoming. Scores Of Each Game ''.i BARTLETT 14 BARTLETT 6 BARTLETT 12 BARTLETT 7 BARTLETT 0 BARTLETT 6 SOMERVILLE - 6 ACADEMY 6 TROY 7 ROGERS 34 LEXINGTON 6 THORNDALE 34 ; 1981 Bartlett Bulldog Roster ' whitcniiu ; NO. NAMK HT. WT. CLASS POS KXP. ; Id Itnhfrl Willinms 5'7" 1112 Jr. 1II-Ilt JV 12 Crej! Turner V KM Sr. llMlt M. ; 2(1 I)ihik Hinder .V!" 1112 .lr. UIM)I " ' 22 Michael Houser 3'K" HIS Jr. HH-DH IL ' XI Sammv Joe Wi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 October 1982

IPPPPPPW!WPiPPWW!PPPP r Tribune-Progress Thursday October 14 1982 Page 9 HAHTLKTTIII01I SCHOOL HAND Under the direction of Gary Aiken the Bartlctt High School band marched in the Fire Chicl s Parade at Bclton last week HOLLAND IIOHNKT HAND The Holland band under the direction of Bill Burney marched in the Fire Chief's Parade at Belton last week. Conservation Tillage Proves Feasible Lunchroom Menu Soil erosion may be an conventional tillage on many so says Peter C. Myers expensive problem of the soils and the reduction In soil chief of the USDA's Soli n. . .. erosion is phenomenal-50 to LriSmn SlacCS; Ron' 90 Percent. In combination Conservation Service In the i !! Dg?lsi0r with other practices It can do October Soil and Water so less per acre to farm than even better." Con- Bell County Appraisal District NOTICE TO THE TAXPAYERS OF BELL COUNTY For the convenience of the taxpayers of Bell County collectors will be at the following places to collect Bell County appraisal district taxes...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 October 1982

Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 14 1982 s t - (.'.!.. rrim TJi.ji.--i --i. :- r: ... u . -. .. -.. . .nuii! KKO i J4 ; 14 i. . i . " uii 4. W TP W 1r f ?" j ;-"ir ri' 1 L uM-fl . f f T ' Hi Holland Hornet Roster Name No Pol Cli. OreggVolney " "' Jon Marc Ooodnlght " '" Darren Stroud " " Randy Baggerly J nl Kenneth Smith 4 u0 LupeRodrlguet M 45 Albert Rodrlguei J1 "l Allred Dugger 49 '' JameiHart '" Johnny RayHlcki 50 " Oary Warren uo Andrew Bailey ' m Mickey Barton " 0) Scott Brown 71 '" MlkeCearley 4 "' James Maiteri " m HEAD COACHi Jerry Decker ASST COACH Jack Parker and Robert Fagner DRUMMAJORETTEi Laura Starke TWIRLERSi Klthy Keller Held Ctliabeth Beaver Debra Decker Melany Parmer TerrlCrum SPONSOR MANAOERSi Craig Bertrand Scott Bertrand CHEERLEADERS! Kelly Bayleil.Head AlanaCalnet Dlanla Blair SherylMarwIti Stelany Taylor TerrlCrum SPONSOR The 1982 Fighting Hornets Holland Hornets Jarrell Cougars FRIDAY NIGHT k ' t 4 1982 Holland High Football Schedule SEP. 17 CHILTON...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 October 1982

PfWJJf7VfJffJVfWVVV9999W9JJJJfV9J -TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 14 1982 Page 11 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. r. .. . "i - - 'j The Tribune Progress will not be responsible lor more than one In correct insertion ' 'Ml ' l 9 iw--"- uA-kititrf-jr villi b v.A'r: -.toh i i ;.. '-.' jflV J 1 1 B I it "w'-A"" !'& I L i MB.'"."..' gm I 1 J I I M'r "rrr- rj(iAT- 1 J HiLiMtM "wr'HIHHiTJMHHHIHHR9HHHHilHHHMMiHHHHHr'r7V' " " TiiwBHPBBP" V "votity .-'- i'' ' ' t"!' "-' s .. .'l . V AfiLir-rr.. I V1 r " rii- ftj fi.lmiT.ijf "Oaf V I I -SSWHS i..i . ' I i FOR SALE - House on Corner Lot in Bartlett with Pecan Tress; Rear Storage; $14500. 817-699-5213. 10-14 eg. i YARD SALE -Furniture and household articles from three households. 433 East Davilla. Charles Lindcmann resi- dence. Saturday and Sunday October 16-17th; 8 a.m. till dark. 10-14 eg. For Sal...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 October 1982

Page 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 14 1982 . Obituaries W.H. Shaw William Hiram Shaw 85. of Holland died in a Holland nursing home Monday after a lengthy illness. Services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday In the Val Verde Baptist Church with the Rev. Gus Hayworth off- iciating. Burial was in Val Verde Cemetery. Mr. Shaw was born in Houston County and was the son of the late John and Mattie Pcarce Shaw. He was married to the former Rosa Lee Underwood on December 15 1920. After their marriage the couple moved to the Val Verde community where Mr. Shaw farmed and ranch- Weathermaster Certified Sturdy NK 812 Mit Wheat Seed Certified Oats and Seed Box Seed Protectant For Wheat STEGLICH FEED Bartlett 817-527-4433 BARTLETT FOOD LOCKER Round Steak Beef Ribs Ground Beef Rump Roast Shoulder Roast Beef hZ9 lb. Corn Fed Beef Phone 527-3777 H HI wwwwcsft(wttpwj'! 15 OZ. RANCH STYLE BEANS Enmuj 4 ROLL WHITE PAGE TISSUES DEL MONTE LITE PEACHES DEL MONTE 303 SPINACH GOLDEN YELLOW CORN ed until his...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 October 1982

TVI TRIBUNE PROGRESS Serving Barlktt & Holland Harllctl Texas 7051 1 Thursday October 21 1!)82 VOLUME !)7 NUMBER 1 1 817-527-1424 FIFTEEN CENTS HOLLAND FIHK Mr and Mrs Joey Boylcss and children lost everything in n recent fire five miles west of Holland (see related article) Fire Destroys Home On Monday Oct. 11th a hugh farm house belonging to Doyle Gray of Dclton was burned to the ground. The house was being rented by Mr and Mrs Joey Boylcss and children. All of their worldly goods were lost. They had Just moved in the Bartlett FFA Elect Officers Bartlett Chapter of Future Farmers of America met Friday October 8th to elect officers for the 1982-83 school year. New officers include: Da- vid Kauitzsch president; Amy Junkc vice-president; Sam Pierce secretary; Ron- nie Rafay treasurer; Ken- neth Vrabel reporter; And- rew Cortcz Sentinel; and Ricky Quantanlllo Student Advisor Bartlett City Council Hires Chief of Police Robert Bliton was hired as Chief of Police for the City of Bart...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 October 1982

Page 2. Tribune-Progress Thursdav October 21 19112 CCC Sets Reunion Former cnrollccs and staff of Civilian Conservation Corp. Co. 3805 will hold their third reunion at Bartlctt on Saturday Nov 6 1982. Harrington Harker Heights reunion chairman announced that the meeting will be held in the American Legion Hall on the former site of the Camp beginning at 9 a.m. A catered barbecue lunch will be served and all the former members and their families of the Camp are invited to attend. The Camp was one of many in the U.S. in operation from 1935-1942. Enrollccs were quartered at the Camp They worked to install on- farm soil and water conser- vation systems during the day At night they attended classes to further their for- mal education Some 2000 passed through the Camp during the 7 year period. In the United States some 3 million depression age youngsters were enrolled in the program. The basic principles and many of the measures devel- oped and tested during this era now serve as the basi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 October 1982

p ium9mmFrmmm9mmmimm9mmmjmm wmmmmmmmmmfmmmmmmm HOLLAND Tri fa une-Progress Sports Thursday . October 21 . W82. Page 3 HORNETS I'KP HAI.I.Y Aflcr a parade downtown with all onlookers enjoyed a pep rally in front of the fire station in students and faculty taking part in the students and downtown Holland on Knda afternoon Hornets Rout Jarrell Cougars By Ronnie Pcrsky A bone-rattling defense which gave the Jarrell a minus 71 yards and the running of Darren Stroud and Alfred Duggcr led the Holland Hor nets to Home coming an exciting 34-0 victory at Hornet Field last Friday evening. A number of Hornets were responsible for the tight rein on the Jarrell offense includ- ing Jon Marc Goodnight Greg Volncy Andrew Bailey Darren Stroud and James Hart. Jarrell had a total offense of minus two yards. Coach Jerry Decker em- phasized that he was proud of his Hornet football team and thought they played near their potential. "The guys did a great job last night" Decker said morning adding: "We're v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 October 1982

Page 4 Tribune-Progress. Thursday. October 21 1982 CAPITOL UPDATE TRIBUNE PROGRESS (Wv--" USPS 044800 Bartiett Tribune founded In lS4 HftlMrtd Preareil founded In 189J U.S. SENATOR for TEXAS it2iit!s.si:i.i.oiTi:Kiu ii.dim. ASI!IMm.VI).(:.20.-ll S(TKW I; V Circleville Philosopher (Keillor's note: Tin Clr- clollle Philosopher on his Johnsongrnss farm on (ho San Gabriel River examines some of the signs of a hard winter including one of his o n. I Dear editor: Along about this time of year as surely as night follows day. or day follows night I don't know which one follows the other. Congress has never decided the issue- anyway along about now some people begin predicting what sort of winter is ahead. Some rely on the Old Farmers Almanac which isn't written by farmers and isn't relied on by them. If there's anybody who knows that nobody knows what the weather is going to be it's a farmer Any farmer who plans plants and harvests solely on long-range weather forecasts won't contribute The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 October 1982

(. " I ' ' Bulldogs Tribune-Progress Sports Thursday. Oclober2I. 10B2 P.lgP5 Bartlett Bulldogs Seek Buffalo Trail IIUI.I.IMKS ACTION- Mike Smith left runs with the ball during the Bartlett-Thrall battle Inst week at Bulldog Field. The Bulldogs romped for a 4H-0 distriet victory and will meet Florence this wedk at Florence Fresh from a 48-0 pounding of the Thrall Tigers the Bartlett Bulldogs are hoping to keep up the momentum this week as they travel to Florence for a 7:30 p.m. game with the Buffaloes. Florence is 2-5 in season play and 0-2 In district action. The Buffs opened the season with a 28-0 loss to Granger beat Lorn eta 48-0 defeated Salado 18-0 fell to Academy 30-G then lost to Blanco 34-7. In District 2GAA play Florence threw a scare into Liberty Hill before falling 1G-12 Last week they were bombed by Thorndalc 52-0. Bulldogs Crush Thrall Tigers 48-0 Amassing 504 yards of offense from scrimmage the Bartlett Bulldogs apparently decided to let the rest of the district know t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 October 1982

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 October 1982

pjpiju JiJ.u. JiwmmwfmmmmmiBnmmmmmmmmrimm wmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm "" rviw. --- 'y 1 Tribune Progress. Thursday October 21 1UH2 Page7 BRSltuWiSJIW mmmmsmMnRvmtgimrmgmtmmi9m hiiwiiijhmhwwmipi'iiimiii . - ' JUNIOIt 111(511 WIWKIts in the fire provcntlon contort were Hanii'I Klopac firt Sam Ollmorc 'honornhlc1 mention) Shawnn Schneider third i and Greg I.nnjU' i second INTKHMKIHATK U'INNKIIS Fire Prevention winners from the intermediate grades at Bartlett included Stacy Davis first i. Christine Canava third Pamela spiegelh.uier second' and Linda Ortiz i honorable men tion Famine To Strike Holland RBr JIM Before you go to bed tonight some 12000 human beings around the world will have died of starvation or diseases related to main- nutrition. While such staggering figures of misery and suf- fering give many of us a feeling of hopelessness a group of Holland youth have decided to do something about it The youth of the First Baptist Church of Holland are going to begin a "planned famin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 October 1982

PIVWfWWWIVVMVWIW rssBSSSSpS Pago n Tribune-Progress. Thursday October 21. 1982 IWW TrPfllW11 W4PW W sh- ip h STEWART'S PAINT WALLPAPER & GLASS ART ft CRAFT SUPPLIES PICTURE FRAMING Picture Framing can be an art and we practice it ' PITTSBURGH PAINTS 11 S. 25th St. 771-7640 the Business And Professional People Of TEMPLE icuriannsi HAYNES UPHOLSTERY SHOP ARE EXTENDING TO OUR NEIGHBORS IN THE BARTLETT AND HOLLAND AREAS A WARM AND FRIENDLY INVITATION TO VISIT US OFTEN. WX'HTHM'Ji IISlllS S?7 1319 Louver Drapes Custom Window Shades Woven Woods Sotar Central Shades Dinstinctive Upholstering Fine Fabrics Selections Custom Furniture Decorating Auto Seat Covers FREE ESTIMATES - W. Av. G 773-1461 I UK LOGO Market Place Shopping Center 771-3512 Open Mon. thru Sat. 9-6 Q VISIT USl COUFAL EQUIPMENT CO. 1 lemTir PICCADILLY CAFETERIAS OUR SPECIALTIES INCLUDE: Homemade Soups Seafoods Large Selection of Salads (green fruit gelatin) Freshly Baked Hot Breads Tender Roasts & Steaks Garden Fresh...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 October 1982

Tribune-Progress. Thursday. October 21. 1982 Page 9 Women's Study Club Hears Doris Lange The October meeting of the Hollnml Woman's Study Club wns held in the home of Mn rue Mickleson with Luann Cook serving as co-hostess Sharon Koonsen presided during the business meeting. Sharon Miles clmirman of the Civic Committee reported that plans are still proceeding to purchase land for a city park Also she announced that the club Is being asked for continued support of the Kuhlmann Civic Center. The latter was approved and passed Helen Oobbs gave a brief review of her book "The History of The Women's Study Book." Plans are being mode for its publication and sole Doris Lange guest speaker of the day. gave a history of stained glass and a demonstration of the proper procedure for making stained glass pieces Two pieces of her work were given as door prizes and Dorothy Adrian and Barbara Hill were the lucky winners Seventeen members and one honorary member. Helen Dobbs and one associate member...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 October 1982

Page 10. Tribune-Progress. Thursday October 21 198S 1 "S3 Church Calendar W VE'"pr V hllllHrtmHWWt" m L JA fMX 'Wo L ' "" Read Job 35:1-16 Job asked "Where is God my maker who giveth songs In the night?" Job 35:10 (wv) HEY were terrible hours the long nights we drove through enemy territory getting closer to the battle zone all the time. Off in the distance search beams crisscrossed in the sky then dipped to the river as American crews searched for drifting mines. We wondered fearfully if there were snipers in the nearby woods. How would we defend ourselves? Every night sound made us tense branches rubbing in the wind tree limbs cracking motors whining an eerie whine along the convoy. Then came an officer's muffled command "Stop the motors. No more talking. Not a sound!" This is it we concluded. Someone has discovered an ambush. From which direction will death come? But then came not the cracking of rifles nor the whining bullets. Instead from the woods came the lilting song of the ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 October 1982

TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- ' FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday Oclobcr21 1982. Page 1 1 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progress will not be responsible for more than one In correct insertion '" 'B if " fafe kW I I M J 1 V " ' 'Vf- v 1 Pfcfc 1 HHL !' 4 'HHHHHHIMlHIHHBiHHHSIIHHHHHH " 't?tB'vHHNHHIIH 4. . . Mltin T"T iT jf ti i'fC&8ktr NEED TO HIRE someone to shred gny place in Holland. Dan Rose 713-994-3280. 10-21 pd. MOVING SALE Fans dishes clothes various other items. 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Thursday & Friday. Call 512-803-0395. To locate sec lap on door of Red & White Jroccry. 10-21 eg. ar Sale Commercial lot on Hwy 95. Owner financing. I Academy Real Estate Lrharlcs Ulelss. 527-4270. tfc. fill Do Custom Seed Drilling Milton Sturm 527-3913 Bartlett GOOD HOME COOKING City Cafe 527-4637 6 AAA-9 PAA: DAILY SATURDAY UNTIL 6 PAA 7 AAA-2 PAA: SUNDAY I J n hI V SBrvt...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 October 1982

Page 12. Tribune-Progress. Thursdny. October 21 19H2 K'Way Kare News 1 Davilla News i Visitors at K'Way Karc were Laura Bryson and Mary June Guthrie. Visiting Emma Splnn were Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Stall of Slaton. Visiting Enos Cokcr were Linda Johnson of Bclton and Winnie and Joe Coker. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Kadlic were Louclla Wigginton and Marlyn and Arhtur Malicoat of Houston. Visiting Hazel Goodnight was Geraldine Mundinc of Austin. Mrs. C. 0. Mayficld Sr. was also a visitor at K'Way Karc. Game winner in Black-Out were Seymour Rose and in Ring Toss Minnie Mclchcr. The monthly birthday party was held on October 13th for Enos Cokcr Lena Bartz and Minnie Sturm. Everyone enjoyed cake and coffee. Joining the residents were Mrs. Enos Coker and Mrs. Earl Clark All K'Way Kare residents and staff would like to extend a special thank you to the Holland FHA for the place cards they made for each resident. Rural Group Sets Supper Bell County Rural Protcc tivc Association will sponsor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 October 1982

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlett Texas 70511 Thursday October 28 1!)82 VOLUME 07 NUMBER 12 817-B27-M2.I FIFTEEN CENTS Jones Seeks For Justice - Randy Jones of Holland has announced as a write-in candidate for Justlce-Of-The Peace Precinct 2 Dell A graduate of Holland High School JOncs is 27 years of age and is employed as an electrician. "If elected I will do the best 1 can to be fair and Just" Jones said. Anyone with questions concerning his views may feel free to contact him at 657-2281. Jones emphasizes that lie is a write-in candidate so voters will have to write-in his name on the voting Bartlett High Names 6 Weeks Honor Students James Crews Bartlett High School principal has announced the honor roll for the first six weeks. Students named to the all A honor roll are: Seniors Ronald Rafay Lloyd Mor- rison James Pcrsky and Jean Jones. Juniors - Kristen Knctcn. Freshman - Janet Hill. Named to the A-B honor roll are: Seniors - Shelton Gilmore Nancy Katl a...

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