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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 November 1982

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 18 1982 P RSCmep- - CAPITOL UPDATE r' 197 McNanglSt Sjrtd TBIB UNEPROGBESS USPS0US09 lout EMrttttt Tribune foundW In tM. Holland Progress founded In.l W7. U.S. SENATOR for TEXAS I IZ KLiAhLI.OI' KICK HL'IMHM; wMiiM7n.iM:.205H. III flUi ill "aflPtataH isAr... jf ' .kw ((H- The Bartlett Philosopher By The Bartktt Philosopher I DIDN'T GET a chance this week to check tip on the petities but I expect that by sew Ready ever'body In town has signed it. However If you ain't signed ityet I'm sure there's room for at least one mere name BY THE WAY is the "for sale sign" in the window of Ifce Dry Goods Store buOdwi' getting bigger or is that just my isugieatioH? THERE'S BEEN SOME patntin downtown since my last report which is almost ahvays welcome news. In regards to the parkin' stripes downtown it looks like the city fathers are study in on this so they can decide what is best and then doit MR. EDITOR HAVE there been any volunteers for the Bartlett Do...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 November 1982

Bulldogs Tribune-Progress Sports Thursday November 18 1992 Page 5 Bulldogs Lose Bi-IMstrict Tilt KTt JWmz$L s3SHBRHri3 . ;K ? t Ill-DISTRICT ACTION Turnovers hurt the Bartlctt Bulldogs in their quest to knock off Rogers in bi-district football action at Lexington High School Stadium last Friday night Rogers won 33-7 and will advance in the playoffs against Shiner. Lassies Start Season Next Monday The Bartlctt Lassies launch the 1982-83 basketball season next Monday Novem- ber 22 hosting Buckholts in Bartlctt at 6 p.m. Both varsity and junior varsity games are scheduled. Coach Rick Ingram will have a young team this year but docs not rule out the possibility of making it to the playoffs especially since a rule change this year will allow the second place team in the district to advance past district play. Senior Jean Jones Junior Joan JOnes and sophomore Amy Janke are expected to provide leadership to the Lassie squad this year with Evelyn Ford and Lisa Scott also expected to start f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 November 1982

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 November 1982

Qjrti WII.DI.IKK CONSKIIV TIOS 1! C Allen of Georgetown was honored ns Out- standing Wildlife ('onsen ationiM .it the KCS Awards Supper Ruben Lehman makes the presentation )l'TSTM)l(. IMtOI KSMOWI M Raymond Hister. left. Williamson Count Precinct 1 Commissioner reieied recognition nt the Soil Conservation Banquet Albin Dykowski presents the award 1982 World's Fair Tour By Mrs. Louise Limmcr Mrs. Louise Limmc'fa'nd Mrs. Gene Jones joined members from Highland Park United Methodist Church in Dallas for a 10 day tour to the 1982 World's Fair In Knoxville Tennessee Highlights along the way were autumn's beautiful colors and Fall Foliage "Our first evening was in Memphis Tennessee at the Sheraton Inn. Dinner that evening was at Harbor oh" Mud Island. Guests wor transported by monorail car to this exotic island or riowcrs and lights. The huge Wilson Dam the very roundation of the Tenn- essee Valley Authority was our first point of interest the second day - then on to Huntsvillc Alabama' t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 November 1982

X)y Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 18 1982 There Are 5 GOOD REASONS WE SHOULD Trade At Home -Tr -' -- - ' -J"----" ' - - . ...A..-. Shopping At Home Increases Your BENEFITS No. 2 When our state sales tax law was enacted few townspeople realized that a certain portion of this tax revenue would be returned to the town or city from which it had been collected. The more we spend locally the more of this tax money our hometown recovers. This money is usually spent on street improvements public parks police and fire protection all which directly benefits you and your family. The money that we spend at home also aids in keeping our property tax structure at a reasonable level. Do you consider it wise to help improve the streets and services in other towns and cities? We must decide whether we want our own community services improved and increased with our sales tax dollars or contribute them elsewhere like places that are not particularly interested in the welfare of ourselves o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 November 1982

-TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 18 1982 Page 9 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 lor more than one In corrcl Insertion - - "v - - - i 1 FOR SALE Green Porter Tomatoes 527-4445. 1MB pd. LARGE HOUSE for Sale in Bnrtlctt. 904 W. Clnrk. 3 Bedroom 2 Daths. Double Garage. Fenced Yard. Cor- ner Lot. Trees. Owner will Finance. 817-527-3298 after 5 p.m. tfc. FOR SALE Zlg-Zag sewing machine In cabinet. 527-3256. 11-18 pd. Will Do Custom Seed Drilling Milton Sturm 527-3913 Bartlett GOOD HOME COOKING City Cafe 527-4637 6AAA-6PAA: DAILY CLOSED SUNDAY By Mae Hardin Ricky Parks of Houston is visiting relatives and friends in Davilla this week. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Cowart of San Benito and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Corruthers of Liberty Hill were weekend guests of Lucille Gaines. IOLESIA PENTECOSTES SINAI BARTLETT . Ro...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 November 1982

Pnge 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 10 1982 Donations Received For Carnival A number of businesses donated to the Bartlett PTO booth at the Halloween Donating were Audrey's Coiffures D & M Texaco Bartlett Electric Co-op Bartlett Food Locker Ben Milam Savings Bartlett Bills Dollar Store Dcbby's Hair Center Schwertner Dairy Queen First Bank & Trust Co. C. F. Hill Grain Co. Hill Ford Inc. Isaac Insurance Agency Jim's Package Store. Oscar's Motor Clinic Moore Grocery Davilla T. A. Mosley Chevrolet R & S TV Saage & Associates Inc. Stcglich Lumber Co. Stcg- lich Feed & Farm Supply Thaler's Red & White Sllm's Grocery V&S Gulf Station Wntson Florist Zelenevltz Jewelry Keller's Star Cable TV Perez Custom Cabinets City Cafe Centennial Club City Lounge. Kathy's Cut & Curl Service Station L & J Lounge Batlett Cornor Fur- niture Store Granger Food Locker. First State Bank Granger Mikulcncak's Granger Auto Parts Best Butane of Holland Tovar's BEauty Salo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 November 1982

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m wyfy'pwjyVrV;f7rMB:;;j i" vV - TRIBUNE PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlett Texas 76511 Thursday November 25 11)82 VOLUME 97 NUMBER 1G 817-527-1424 FIFTEEN CENTS Playground Layout Discussed At Bartlett Chamber Meeting !l ilErTION FJKICA1 NEW BUSINESS Kenneth Richcy left and Robert Tatum arc owners of Mid-Tcx Steel which opened recently In Bartlett. Richcy has lived here about a year while Newest addition to the Bartlett business community is Mid-Tex Steel Erection and Fabrication. Inc. Kenneth Richey and Tatum do general welding and all types of steel fabrica- tion. An outgrowth of a business started in Temple by Tatum last year the enterprise after Richcy got tired of his composition job with Phone Bills The first Southwestern Bell bills reflecting the 10 percent surcharge on in-state long distance calls will begin arriving to Texas customers In Bartlett next week said TURKEY DINNER COOKS Kauitzsch and Lucille Zander Bulldogs -"trr "c .- . VJ - . ' te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 November 1982

Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 25 1982 Postal Service Approves Commemorative Stamp Honoring Luther U.S. Postmaster General WiWaro Bolgerhas approved a cpmmemoratlve stamp to honor the 500th anniversary o the birth of Martin Luther according to the Rev. Nor- man Folkcrs coordinator of the Martin Luther Jubilee planned for 1963. Bolger telephoned his to Rep. William E. Dannemeyer (R. Calif.) principal advocate of the stamp in the U.S. Congress. The effort was supported by 85 representatives. Additional endorsement of the stamp proposal came from senators and key fi- gures in the executive branch. Edwin Mecse 111 who is a counselor to Presi- dent REagan and member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church Vienna Va. sup- ported the measure. Coordination of support was provided by a project office which has been estab- lished in Washington D.C. to plan the Martin Luther Ju- bilee year. Commemorative stamps arc not issued to honor religious denominations or events according to the Postal Se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 November 1982

mmnmmmmmmmmmm wmimwM ' m ' ' ' 'm- " Twm'mJWi i-Tl HBJJJHfllNflBfl' T "'"sB. .JE9lBH0' JBBBl Tribune-Progress Thursday November 25 1982 Page 3 Pheasant Hunt Termed Successful HOLLAND 2ND GHADB PERSONALITIES Left to right back row: Keith Archer duke; Amy Miles Duchess; Diane Burton FP 4th; Angle Decker FP3rd. Front row: Cathy Miller favorite; Mntthcw Spinn favorite and FP 1st; Jonathan Hyzak FP 2nd. HOLLAND 3RD GRADE PERSONALITIES Left to right back row: Craig Bonds favorite; Angela Rose favorite; Trey Betlike duke and FP 4th; Sherry Decker duchess. Front row: Cynthia Elliott FP 3rd; Chad Parmer FP 1st; Cody Kurtz FP 2nd. Hornets Lose Season Opener The Holland Hornets came out on the short side of a 51-42 score as they opened basket- ball play against Lago Vista last Monday. Jon Marc Goodnight led the Hornet effort with 22 points and 13 rebounds. Also scoring for Holland were Roy Johnson 9 points James Hart 3 Darren Stroud 2 Kenneth Smith 2 Andrew Bailey 2 and Lupe Rodriguez 2. The H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 November 1982

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 25 15)82 C 1982. McNtught Synd. TRIB UNE PROGRESS From Congressman Marvin USPS 044800 Leath Dartlett Tribune founded In 184 Holland Progress loundd In 1893. f NO. a .YOU TW mHk wwmtMlWm The Bartlett Philosopher By The Bartlett Philosopher I AM MIGHTY pleased to report that folks have started slgnln' that petition at the newspaper office to get a Dry Goods Store here. At last count there were three names on it. Many thanks to al concerned. Now maybe some others will get up the courage to go and sign it. EXPECT SOME PAINTIN' downtown this week. (Editor's notct The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Johnson grass farm on the San Gabriel Itivcr takes a look at video games this week sort of.) Dear editor: According to a psychologist video games arc harmful to young kids. He said they spend so much time glued to those electronic machines they'll never get an education and be able to take their place in the grown-up world. He may be right. For exampl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 November 1982

Tribune Progress Thursday. November 25 1982Page5 Bulldogs Seek Another Shot Bartlett All-District First Team Picks k A At Regional jJnPIBk $jJnKm- hHB Si p; iiPtoJHBBBKiMlBBM HLSjflP BlI jF WWmMiri ttKSm flPsEH ZrvSHRnww'' ''".''' .'jffOi HUt MR matt H v GREG TURNER SHELTON GIIMORE LESLIE SCOn Lassies Edged By Buckholts The Bartlett Lassies came back from a big second period deficit only to be edged out in the final mom- ents in a basketball game that launched the 1902-03 season in Bartlett Monday night. The Lassies fell to Buck- holts 45-43. Lisa Scott and Jean Jones led scoring for Bartlett with 12 points and 11 points re- spectively. Jean Jones led rebounding with 15 and Joan Jones contributed to the defense with 7 steals. Others scoring for the Lassies included Joan Jones with 8 Amy Jankc with 4 Evelyn Ford with 6 and Roslind Davis with 2. The Lassies will host Milano next Tuesday November 30 in Bartlett for their next game. Both var- sity and Junior varsity arc scheduled to pla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 November 1982

Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 25 1982 ia8MMIMBlBalllMBBB8B0CgOegOOOOOO00O0PO The Business And Professional People FARMERS FEED & SUPPLY EVERGREEN FEED FARM SUPPLIES GARDEN & LAWN SUPPLIES FERTILIZER Randy Williams Mgr. 'DlamcodSelM Diamond Apprilitl 0 emend Sotting Custom Ctttlfts Wstch Repolr Jewelry Rplr LASTOVICA "Known For Service" TEMPLE Of ARE EXTENDING TO OUR NEIGHBORS IN WE BARRETT AND HOLLAND JEWELERS AND FRIENDLY 773-2387 ' 23outhMi!n (317)773-8772 Tempi TX 7640V AlfrwTE. LMtovka it. Bill LMtOvka Johnny Lastovlca GOODfYEJUi 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! Cf . TAPPAN IJHITH APf IIAHCIJ Wheel Alignment Wheel Betanclng Drjke Service Tune-Up a Shock i . Exheuit H lubrication BOSTICK TIRE I. APPLIANCE 773-0505 or 773-9765 2509 W. Av. M Uth TO VISIT US "STeiidei Sftnings INTIMATE APPAREL 5 fcii' file flnpj. cuulna Gieum ii. fiioud. fa ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 November 1982

L Tribune Progress Thursday November 25 19C2Page7 AMONG THE CltOWD These Indies were nmong many week to browse at the many Items on display who stopped by the Advent Fair nt St John Lutheran last CHECKOUT Mrs. Evelyn Hose wife of St Johnpastor left man the checkout at the Advent Fair's Arts and Rev C I! Hose left and Mrs Pat Stcglich. second from Crafts section. MltS. I.II.I.IE KAUITZSCH displays a large selection of greeting cards at the advent fair. QUARTER HORSE RACES SATURDAY NOV. 27th FINALS Georgetown Allowance for Two Year Olds Burnet Maiden Allowance POST TIME: 1 1 A M. r s3 Per Person Bar-B-Que Beer Soft Drinks Video Reruns Hiway 290 E. Manor Don't Fight Holiday Blues With Booze NEW YOHK - Hurry worry and too much to eat can make a person feel gloomy as the normal routine gets bent out of shape by the impending "holidays." And if there is no one to share Thanksgiving with all the markers point to depression. Being pressured . . . .being lonely . . . .the "holiday blues." To...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 November 1982

Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 25 1982 fW v Church Calendar if -r:.:t .iW -x '"MBM WR jJT . iPlffi ''$!$ fjswia "fi!1- rL J. 4 f ' Ml Su H HdSBL J ri Read 2 Corinthians 3:12-4:6 This is what love is: it is not that we have loved God but that he loved us and sent his Son to be the means by which our sins arc forgiven. 1 John 4:10 (tev) 1 HE white steamer slipped away from Its dock at Budapest for an afternoon cruise on the river. I stood at the deck rail watching the reflections from the shore In the dark water. I wondered how Johann Strauss writing music in his native Vienna had conceived the Idea of a blue Danube. Beautiful yes but blue it was not. A fellow tourist offered "They say you have to be in love to see that the Danube is blue." Does love always give to things or places or people an Illusory beauty they do not possess? Or does the power of love actually bring about a transformation? Don't those in love seem to radiate beauty? God sees our reflections in the dark...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 November 1982

lJfPIJW-fPitJ-V-f-f-------'----?-P i Tr'.gr-"" ?Ti(jTf 'f - - ' " - ' ' -TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 25 1982 Page 9 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progrest will not be responsible lor more Irian one In correct insertion ---- r' " 11 r-"" M."T-.Ak ''.'''.'' .'inL Kr 'q. r rir v W- m ... ';" J.-' Willi I Ff r"-" 'MM T i i ---- - - 1 i J J i WW " .".2 v I . 1 - ' " '---H I I I I 1 r' " - .-- All ".' 'Vi'.- yl 1 iL il 1 - - - .i'v. . ... . l .1 . .. . V ir--( I r i " i ir FOR SALE - 1969 ACE Camper fully self contained. Holland Tx. 657-2602. 11-25 eg. For qualified Veterans Nothing Down Low Interest Hate on this 2 bedroom remodeled home with fire- place. Call Jeanctte Ingle- field NPC Realty 774-8484 or 773-7889. 12-9 eg. CARD OF THANKS I want to express my appreciation to my friends. and relatives for the cards phone calls vis...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 November 1982

v- Pnge 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 25 1982 Changes In Small Churches Discussed fc?V 2L$L COLLEGE STATION- Rural or small church con- gregations arc undergoing a lot of change and this is causing alienation among people said an official of the United Methodist Church of Houston here today (Oct. 4). Bishop Finis Crutchficld speaking at the 37th Annual Town and Country Church Conference cited four causes of nlicnntion on today's small churches: 1 Loss of a sense of community-no closely knit neighborhoods. 2. Movement of people from urban to rural areas. 3. Absentee ownership of land and other resources. 4 Impact of industry on the church. "The church today must have a reconciling role" said Crutchfield. "Reconciliation is the church's fundamental role "The church must simply be the church" he empha- sized. "It is not the church unless it is open to all persons-it cannot be a closed corporation. The church be 'closed' due to family or social molds." Crutchficld also called fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 2 December 1982

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Sawing Bartleit & Holland Bartlett Texas 7(i"l I Thurstlay December 2 li)82 VOLUME 5)7 NUMBER 17' 817-527-1424 FIFTEEN CENTS m - REVIVAL SPEAKER David E McDonald wil serve as Evangelist for the revival to be held December 5-10 at the First Baptist Church in Bartleit. Talented Singer Appears At Opryland MaryJo Pierce age 9 of Copperas Cove a very talented country and western music singer plans to appear at the Bartlett Opryland in December. MaryJOe has appeared at the Bartlett Opryland several times and is sometimes accompanied by her 6 year old brother who also sings. MaryJo has been singing for the past seven months and is making quite a big hit. She has performed in Gatcs- villc Lott Grapevine Stc- phcnville Tumblcwced Kil- lecn Ft. Hood Austin the Wildwood Express Kustin La. New Orleans Oklahoma City Opry Oklahoma Count- Iry Music Association and also appeared on the Ernest Tubb Show in Davis Okla- homa. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Bill Pierce of Cop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 2 December 1982

Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 2 1982 Catchpole-Montgomery Betty Catchpolc became the bride of Wayne Mont- gomery in a double-ring on Saturday Novem- ber 20th at the First United Methodist Church in Bartlett. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. P.W.P. Winterburn of Waitana New Zealand. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil F. Mont- gomery of Bartlett. Officiating at the cere- mony was Rev. A. L. Cronk of Bartlett Matron of honor was Constantino Griffin. Charlton Robertson was best man. Flower girl was Laura Shoemaker. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the bridegrooms home in Bartlett. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Montgom- ery Mr. and Mrs Wallace Montgomery Mrs Marvin Simmons and Uric all of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs Robert Montgomery of Shreveport La.; Mr and Mrs. Larry Shoemaker and Laura of San Antonio; Mr. and Mrs Robertson and Christo- pher of Kingwood; Mr and Mrs. Wednall Griffin of After a wedding trip to Austin. San Antonio and Bartlett ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 2 December 1982

"s; LUNCHROOM MENU Holland MONDAY: Fish blnckcyed peas macaroni & cheese peach halves and milk. TUESDAY: Meat loaf sweet rice fruit cocktail Ranch Style beans bread and milk. WEDNESDAY: Chicken fried steak lima beans potatoes and gravy hot bread dessert and milk. THURSDAY: Hamburgers cobbler chips baked beans and milk. FRIDAY: Chili Mac beets corn cookios bread and milk. SPJST Christmas Party Set Annual Christmas Party for SPJST Lodge No. 80 members and their families will bo held Friday Dec. 10th at the SPJST Hall in Holland beginning at 4 p.m. SPJST Lodge No. 80 Holland will hold their an- nual meeting Sunday Dec. 5th at 2 p.m. Thore will be an election of officers and all members arc urged to be present HOLLAND Tribune-Progress HORNETS Sports Thursday. December 2 VMM PagfS Hornets Blast Salado Eagles HASKKT UTION - Jon Marc- Goodnight drives in for a basket in action against Salado last week at the Holland gm Alberl Rodnguiv 1 15 and Gregg Volney MP look on HOLLAND 7TII (iRAI...

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