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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 November 1982

Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 4 1982 ti'tiiiiiiiiftijMiShirMirr' "' injMmmiYiBiLw '1 i f r KinBa Ii i "y fi k W" . Mfiw sro 4 .wjj W iu f tWrfi mvti (lfi?wJ . '.-". .Ik '' ll; ' a p"f . Holland Hornet Roster Nmt No Wl. Po. Cll. OreggVolney ' "' Jon Mure Goodnight " '" Darren Stroud " '" Randy Baggerly J '" Kenneth Smith " u0 LuneRodrlguei )0 "' Albert Rodrlguei " '" Alfred Dugger '' JmeHrt - '" Johnny RayHlck M "' Gary Warren ' " Andrew Bailey ' "5 Mickey Barton 4 10' Jcotl Drown 71 J" MlkeCearley J " JametMatten " '" HEAD COACH: Jerry Of cker ASST COACH' Jack Parker and Robert Fagner ORUMMAJORETTE: Laura Starke TWIRLERS: KathyKelley.Head Elliabeth Beaver Oebra Oecker Melany Parmer Tern Crum SPONSOR MANAGERSi Craig Bertrand Scott Bertrand CHEERLEADERS! Kelly Bayleli.Head AlanaGalnei Olanla Blair SherylMarwItt Stelany Taylor Terrl Crum. SPONSOR The 1982 Fighting Hornets Holland Hornets i lola Bulldogs FRIDAY NIGHT SEP. 17 SEP. 21 OCT. 1 OCT. 8 OCT. 15 OCT. 22 OCT. 2!) NO...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 November 1982

Mexican Manufactured Vehicles Must Meet Federal Standards Tribune Progress Thursday November 4 1982 Page 11 AUSTIN- Apparent "bnrgaln-bnsement"prices on now cars and trucks manufactured in Mexico have prompted a number of U.S. citizens to purclinso those vehicles for use in the United States While import duly on these vehicles is a modest 2 8 percent the additional cost of bringing the vehicles Into compliance with federal safety and emission stan- dards is prohibitive if compliance can be ac- complished at all U.S officials report that curs and trucks manufac- tured in Mexico commonly fall to meet most safety standards required for vehicles used in the U S . .including all-around safoty glass collapsible steering wheel and other crash protection features Vehicles mnde in Mexico also do not have pollution control systems The Texa Automobile Dealers Association cautions consumers that unless a buyer can find an authored U S dealer willing to modify the vehicle and certify compliance ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 November 1982

------ -- -- Page 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 4 1982 There Are 5 GOOD REASONS WE SHOULD Trade At Home n-. ...toii rii iw wintflfflTTr i-i 'i l-r-'f fiffliittnfi i -- at -lli flf ' Wi-n-ffltiir"" " """""-minr" -""-- Trading At Home Strengthens Our LOCAL ECONOMY No. 1 Most dollars that are spent away from home seem never to find their way back. Very few of them do. They seem to travel that untraceable route of no return. The health of our local economy depends largely upon the number of dollars that we are able to retain here in the community. We all realize that some needed goods and services are just not available here. If they were we could become an independent entity business-wise. What we say is simply this If we allow only the necessary dollars o escape we stand an even chance of having them return through the purchases made by visitors and passing shoppers. But if we keep spending more dollars away from home than we are able to recapture we naturally become the less ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 November 1982

TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress. Thursday November 4 1982 Page 13 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progrett will not be responsible tor more lhn one In correct insertion . p iwi 7.'!"".yi" ViHHHHHHHBV"" " "'H MV '"" ftVMfl I P tal ni I 1 "I I bv ' ' k '" (lvl 1 I "'b 'y "'SkJ V FOR SALE - 2 - 9x7 Ft. all Metal Garage Doors: Raise overhead with handles you can lock. Cull 657-2308. 11-11 eg. GARAGE SALE 4 miles West of Holland on Hack- berry Rd. Baby bed stroller car seat baby and children's clothes quilts toys miscell- aneous. Ed Spinn residence. Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. 5W5. 114 eg. For Sale: Commercial lot on Hwy. US. Owner financing. Academy Real Estate Charles IMelss 527--127G. tfc Will Do Custom Seed Drilling Milton Sturm 527-3913 Bartlatt GOOD HOME COOKING Gty Cafe 527-4637 6AM-6PM: DAILY CLOSED SUNDAY Ity Bill McCutchcn Milam Co. Ext. Agcnt-Ag. It's...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 November 1982

Page 14 Tribune-Progress. Thursday November 4 1982 Bartlett Personals Louise Limmer and Gene Jones have returned home from visiting In Dallas Arkansas Tennessee Miss- issippi Alabama Georgia and North Carolina. They attended the World's Fair in Knoxville. Post 183 Meets Veterans Day Obligation Mrs. Albert Austin were We are proud of our identity as an organization of wartime veterans says Com- mander Wilson Franz. But Veterans Day is more than an occasion for expression of our pride in the fact that we have served our Nation in time of War." As American Legion- naires Franz says "we must take an active part In his holiday and stimulate as much public participation as possible to make it a nationwide demonstration that patriotism continues to be a virtue.. .that service to our country doos not end when the military uniform is put aside.... that there is still a sacred duty to exalt the precious heritage of Ameri- can Citizenship." The commander says "Our Post 183 of Bartlett is alive...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 November 1982

T ' TRIBUNE PROGRESS Serving Bartktt & Holland Bartlett Texas 76511 Thursday November 11 1082 VOLUME !)7 NUMBER M 817-527-1 121 FIFTEEN CENTS t. ' Voters Join Democratic Tide Locnl voters joined the statewide trend in the No- vember 2 General Election favoring candidates of the Democratic Party over their Republican challengers. Democrat Mark White defeated incumbent Gover- nor Bill Clements to lead the onslaught of the Democrats. In Williamson County Noel Grisham won a scat in the Texas House of Repre- sentatives defeating Repub- lican Carlton White by a Contributors Named For Flag Poles Wilson Franz commander of the American Legion Post No. 183 Bartlett has made public the list of those who contributed to the' flag pole fund in memory of a de- ceased veteran. E. A. Llmmcr Jr. in memory of Peck Llmmcr; E. A. Limmcr Jr. in memory of Emmctt W. Franz; 4 anony- mous in memory of all vet- erans; Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Franz in memory of Emmett Franz; Kay Gorman in of Paul Gorman; Mr. a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 November 1982

Pagc2 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 11 1982 Thaler - Matlock Mrs. Kenneth Matlock TERRELL GRANITE J WORKS Game Night Beginning Thursday. November 11. a game night will be held at the Holland SIMST Hall. Time is G prof -10 p.m. The Holland SP.JST and Holland American Legion will alternate as hosts Lori Dcnisc Thalcrbe- came the bride of Kenneth Wayne Matlock of Florence in a double-ring ceremony Saturday afternoon at St. John Lutheran Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Thaler of Bartlctt. The bridegroom is the son of Mr.a nd Mrs. Jimmy Matlock of Florence. Rev. Clarence Rose officiated at the ceremony. Organist was Garland Kne- tcn and soloist was Rise Stcgllch of Houston. Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a Victorian lace gown with bishop sleeves and sheer lace yoke. Matron of honor was Donna Dawson of Academy sister of the bride. Brides- maids were Shcrl Gilmorc Jill Thaler Carol Sartor of Austin and Traci Matlock of Enid Okla. sister of the bri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 November 1982

i - -r -- P LAST TOUCHDOWN Gregg Volney Holland senior makes last touchdown of the season in the final minutes of the Holland Iola game last week UKI.IMNCi HANI) Johnny Hay Hicks helps Alfred Dugger repair his mouth piece during Friday night's football game Holland Seniors Thank Businesses The Holland Senior Class would like to express their appreciation to the following towns and businesses for donating to their booth at the school carnival: Taylor Tasco Auto Parts Car Auto Parts H.E.B. Sporting Goods Carlow Discount Carpet Beverage Barn Merle Norman Shoe Village House Jewelers Taylor Meat Co. Schwcnker Rexall Pharmacy T.G.&Y. and Grander Hardware. Bartlett Bill's Dollar Store Western Auto 6-10 Drive In Doyle's Auto - Granger Lum- ber Co. Granger Case House Granger U-Way-M Granger Auto Supply. Holland - First National Bank Koonscn's Red & White Holland Supply Llles Feed & Farm Supply Best Butane Gommert's Cafe Eddie's Service Station and Holland's Athletic Dcpt. Salado ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 November 1982

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 1 1 1982 r 1982 McNaught Synd CAPITOL UPDATE TRIB UNE PROGRESS USPS 04 Bartlett Tribune founded !n t Holland Progrtij founded In UJ U.S. SENATOR for TEXAS nn ymmmm III 'VH wo The Circleville Philosopher (Editor's note: The Clr- clcvlllc Philosopher on his Johnsongrnss farm on the San Gabriel lUvcr has a feu off-brand comments on the recent election.) Dear editor: Some people stay up and watch the election returns on television to spc who won. I stay up to see how wrong the pollsters were A few days before the recent election two big-time pollsters were on television one who polled for the Republicans and the other for the Democrats Both said their scientific surveys showed the Democrats would gain a few Congressional seats say 8 or 10 and both missed by a country mile The Bartlett Philosopher By The Bartlett Philosopher I KINDA GET the feelln' sometimes that folks here- abouts pay about as much attention to me as they do to a fence post. Las...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 November 1982

F' "''""""""""'" r?' Bulldogs Tribune-Progress -4 i Sports Thursday November 11 19B2. Page5 Bartlett Bulldogs Defeat Texas School For The Deaf 27-21 i '( V I v i i i GAINING YAHDAGK- Michael Smith (44) breaks loose to pick up good yardage for the Bulldogs against Texas Mill 1 1 Till Hln. i w WjJWii JRmf! - - JuttM va v '-2S9fiK& mjI.LDOGS IN ACTION Greg Turner facing camera to left of center hands off to Michael Bowser (22) as the Sports-! from the I pressbox Bv RED LAKELAND J One of the best written lines about any man has to be the inscription on Stun Muslnl's statue outside Uusch Stadium St. Louis. "Here stands baseball's perfect warrior here stands baseball's perfect knight." The author was baseball commissioner Ford Frick at Musial's 1963 retirement I lowever Musial ono of the most feared batters of all time (.331 lifetime batting average circa 1941-G3) is best known as "Stan-the Man" tho original from whose nickname all other WHIOOIW I I2Z IrJEK 1UUK WAT- AND LOOK WHAT YOU...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 November 1982

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. ppiiiippiiiiipppppppp 1KpO Tribune Progress Thursday November II 19R2 tmwmmmmm I UyJJA4ferti HK VP i V 10 Family Pak Mixed Cuts HH 'PBIIPI Vr YFHMr VB I Boston Butt Pork Roast Lb. I Freshly Cut Shoulder Pork Steaks Lean & Mealy q Country-Style Pork Ribsu I a Fresh Leon Pork m q Roegeleln Sparerlbs Lb I Oak Farms Homogenized Vitamin D Milk 12 Gal. F Oak Farms 'Luxury' Flavors Ice Cream 1 Round 12-Gal. Regular or Light Pearl Beer 6 Pak 12-0z. Cans 1 Center Cut Rib or Loin Pork Chops vs'. mttixm zb vy& w J. Lb. Specials for Thur. thru Wed. Nov. 11-17 Fresh Cello-Bag Russet Potatoes I 5-Lb.lkJHfLaHB 1 Bag m HPC Rose-Dale Best Quality Fruit Cocktail Winter and Summer Protection Dowgard A rati -Freeze 303 Can One Gallon Mountain Dew Light Diet or Reg. Pepsi-Cola 6 Pak 12-0z Cans Enriched All-Purpose Pillsbury Flour s-Lb. Bag yC Asstd. 'Plus' Flavors fr Pillsbury Cake Mixi7-oz.69C f99 26-Oz Hungry Jack. 40-Sorvlng Size Mashed Potatoes Butter Krust Sliced. 1VLb. . W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 November 1982

- fV-"V-" b- ( Tribune Progress Thursday November 11 1932Page7 Bartlett American Legion Roll Call Of Deceased Veterans Nov. 11 1982 i t George Aaron Ed Adams Harvey Adams Duncan Allen Elisha Allen Geo. Anderson LcoAxcr J. T. Bartlett Leroy P. Bartlett Edward (Ned) Bartlett Lynn Bartlett Hay Bartlett C.E.Bass B. F. Bclk John Bell Henry Carl Berg Jr. FritfcBcthke Lcc Bcthkc Lynwood Beyer Edwin Blcls Edward A. Bids M.C.Bolding Jeff Boyd W. W. Boyd W.C.Brooks James Brown Jesse Franklin Brown Joel H.Brown Kiel) Brown William R. Bunker III Leonard C. Burke Aaron Burns Sherlll Burns Clyde Cagle George Cagle Jr. W.J. Cagle Billy Cameron Thomas E. Campbell James D.Cargill John H. Carper Robert Bailey Caskey Richard Catcs Lloyd Clayton Clark Henry Clemnons OllicClinc Oscar Cline Paul Collins Carl W.Cook Earl W.Cook Charles A. Cooke Dr. C. II. Crawford W.C.Crawford Louis Cofield Jessie F.Dabbs William M. Daughtcry Edward Eugene Davis Ellis Davis Fclton Davis Jr. Herman Davis Ilulcn Davis Rober...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 November 1982

T t Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 1 1 1902 1 ; e)eeeeeeeeIMe' The Business And Professional People FARMERS FEED & SUPPLY EVERGREEN FEED FARM SUPPLIES GARDEN & LAWN SUPPLIES FERTILIZER Randy Williams Mgr. 'Diamond Sale Diamond Appralaal Diamond Setting Cuttom Catting Watch Repair Jewelry npalr LASTOVICA "Known For Service" TEMPLE Of ARE EXTENDING TO OUR NEIGHBORS IN THE BARRETT AND HOLLAND AREAS A WARM AND FRIENDLY INVITATION TO VISIT US OFTEN. JEWELERS 773-2387 ' 2 South Main (817)77-8772 Temple TX 78801 AllnKfE.LMtovlca.Sf. Bill Laelovlca Johnny UltovSca 300 S.4 GOODfYEAR SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY TIRES We have the tire that's just right for you. Great quality from Goodyear means great value for you ... Go Go Goodyear! dt TAPPAH ZINITH APPLIANCU 9eno(et S&ntogs INTIMATE APPAREL Whtel Alignment Wheal Oalanclno Drjka Service Turn. Up aj Shocks Exhiutt Lubrication BOSTiCK TIRE & APPLIANCE 773-0505 or 773-9765 2509 W. Av. M m v.' ii- ptoud a cuuuuuice...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 November 1982

mm9mmimmim9mmmm?mmwmmmmm9im .. ln .. --.- -wv - -. -f B' i V 1 r R Holland Carnival Winners Named Holland Carnival winners have been announced as Seniors - Earphone Radio Alan Johnson ; Juniors $50 in cash Charlie Tyler; Sop- homores - Disk Camera Pauline Stroud; Freshmen Clock Radio Stanley Koon- sen; Eighth grade - Watch Patsy Dunte; Seventh grade -Coffee Maker Charlie Tyler. Elementary Food baskets -first Sandy Gray of Holland; second Martha Rogal of Temple; third Milton Bay- less of Holland and fourth Georgia Marshall of Holland. The Holland ISD wishes to take this opportunity to ex- press their thanks to those who helped make this year's Fall Carnival a success. We appreciate the time and items you donated as well as your monetary support. Pro- ceeds from this event will go towards scholarships for students. Lcgion Lists Activities NOVEMBER 11 (Thursday) 6:30 a.m. - 7:30 a.m. Breakfast 8:30 a.m. Memorial Ser- vice Message delivered by Rev. A. L. Cronk followed by: Raising of th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 November 1982

Page 10. Tribune-Progress Thursday November 11 1982 tt Layaway Now For Christmas Diamond Engagement & Wedding Bands Bui ova & Seiko Watches Lenox & Sango China & Pottery Lenox & Schott-Zwiesel Crystal Known Brands In Stainless Steel Oneida Community & International Silver Expert Watch & Jewelry Repairing Se- tt FarreU G. Scruggs D.D.S. Se- tt tt tt tt GENERAL DENTISTRY Located at 1611 Granger Road in the East loko Drive Offfce Center se- tt se- tt tt tt tt X- Taylor's Finest Selection 3108 N Main In Taylor Plaza Phone: 352-5244 Jewelry Se 352-5097 tt The Business & Professional People of TAYLOR Welcome our Good Neighbors from the Bartlett and Holland Area. VISIT US OFTEN! X- X- X- X- X- X- ! X- si X-X- X- X- X- X-X- se- tt -X- K X- se- tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt se- tt tt tt tt Hours: 9 am - 4 pm Tues. Wed. Fri. SENIOR CITIZEN We Offer 10 Discount for Senior Citizens on Top of our already low Discount Price! FREE DELIVERY at 5.00 P.M. daily t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 November 1982

TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 11 1982 Page 11 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 K l1Mi TfrMi MilHBH HTni i' riBlH IB 1 I nd 1 1 "1 1 I iilr '' L"A '" '"' mh I I "ll .ii'iv ' iH H Rtoh Mk I I jm I W'w"s"'"'r'-"'l I (1 I i n 'IPABBBBJ IwI"II ' ' " . ' i ... A I H ' "BJfXM M V A J I HI 1 JfK1 TTf'T ""trfrVsrX k il flPRLkh ' (YHHLVMHHt!e!HeaHflNMeVHHMflM ' tt i ?U vHHHbHIIH HBg i ' i I FOR SALE - 2 - 9x7 Ft. all Metal Garage Doors; Raise overhead with handles you can. lock. Call 657-2308. 11-11 eg. LARGE HOUSE for Sale In Bartlctt. 904 W. Clark. 3 Bedroom 2 Baths. Double Garage. Fenced Yard. Cor- ner Lot. Trees. Owner will Finance. 817-527-3298 after 5 p.m. N tfc. LESSONS FOR ALL AGES Piano organ voice drums band instruments. LANA STACY 352-7066 Will Do Custom ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 November 1982

rrttttttf' f t t Page 12. Tribune-Progress Thursday November U 1982 Obituaries Mrs. Charles Irvin Sr. Mrs. Charles Irvin Sr. age 8G the former Miss Ruth Duncan1; daughter of Mr.n nd Mrs Dryant Duncan passed away November 1st In a Henderson Hospital. Funeral services and were inllcndcrson Texas. Mrs Irvin was born in Bnrtlett After graduating from High School in Dartlett she attended Texas Christian University. In 1920 she was married to Charles Irvin Sr. They lived in Dallas and later made their home in Hender- son She is survived by her husband; two sons. Charles Jr of Longvicw and Robert of Henderson; a daughter Mrs. Sara Beth Fears of Tyler 5 grandchildren; two sisters Mrs. C. D. Oatman of San Antonio and Mrs. N. D. Gillette of Bryan; two bro- thers W. B. Duncan of Corpus Christ! and Jack N. Duncan of Houston. She was preceded in dcatli by two sisters Mrs. Gladys Wilder and Mrs. Lula Mae Goss. Study Club To Holland Woman's Study Club will meet Wednesday Nov. 17th at 4 p.m. in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 November 1982

TRIBUNE - PROGRES Serving Bartlett & Holland Hartlett Texas 7051 1 Thursday November 18 1!)82 VOLUME 1)7 NUMBER 15 817-527-1121 FIFTEEN CENTS Bartlett Legion Hosts Veteran Day Program A large number of ve- terans and members of the public turned out for a delicious breakfast at the Bartlett American Legion Hall in Dartlctt last Thurs- day then joined students from Dartlctt schools in u special Veterans Day Pro- gram Wilson Franz Commander of the local Post 183 of the American Legion served as master of ceremonies for the program Those participating in the program included Rev. John Hooscr who gave the invo- cation Edward Lindomnnn and Jim Pease who raised the American Flag Kimber- ly Lenz who gave the History of the Unknown Soldier's Shrine and Julia Ann Franz who recited the Poem "The Unknown Soldier." The Bartlett HighSchool Band played "American The Beautiful" "The National Anthem" "God Bless Amer- ica" and "Taps" Reno Saagc dedicated the flags which have been do- nated to th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 November 1982

Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday November IB 1982 Best Program Prepares Students For Employment Students In Die Vocational Office Education Class at Bnrtlett High School are involved this week in activi- ties designed to assist them in job seeking and Job The program is especial- ly designed to assit students a3 they enter the mob market in developing skills for the very best job they can get with what they have to offer an employer. The known as Building Employability Skills in Teen- agcrs CBEST) is conducted two hours a day for five days and emphasizes the concept of learning by doing. Activi- ties arc developed to mnkc the experience as realistic as possible and as close to the real working world as can be done in the classroom. On the first day of the program students are organized into working crews with foremen selected to "boss" each crew. The activities for the day arc designed to lead the students into a better understanding of what employers in the work- ing world are look...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 November 1982

HOLLAND 7Vi6 u ne-Progress Sports Thursday November 18 1982 Page 3 HORNETS Hornets Open Basketball Play v'Mil. . 'B .S far t" IIOHNET SENIOHS These three Holland High School seniors provided leadership for the Hornet football team this year which turned around from a 1-9 season last year to go 0-4 this year From left to right are- Gregg Volney Jon Marc Goodnight and Gary Warren The Holland Hrnets travel to Lago Vista next Monday Nov 22 to open the 1982-83 basketball season. Play will start at 5 p.m. Doth A St B teams will play and a girls A game is also scheduled. Play will continue Tues- day Nov. 23 with the Hornets playing Salado in Holland in both A&B matches. The games will be proceeded by a girls A gome against Moody IBBBWHrlnwMIBinlilMaMiMMWMMMBB . Jt lIBta IBBit ! ' aHHSBBB BBflHraHfiKnalHBSSBHBSSHK SflRM ' 5 "w. "If Bl HflHBHHDBwflHBHHHwwBHen -1knliwL39BBHH HBffiiBBHKuHBnBHHHBsV.B9KXtf- uS&KmhMHH Students Hear Safety Tails: James lllackmon & Konnlr Iticlianlson H...

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