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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 April 1979

L-J-A Bulldogs Lassies Improtie Times ttlirl Sports Thursday April 5 1979 Page sli 15.9 HURDLER Bulldog sophomore Robert Mnthis cleared the 120 yard high hurdles in 15.9 Saturday to place fifth in the McGregor Relays. Robert's time is the fastest time in the 120 highs at Dartlctt High School during the years 1901-1979. : Crews Pleased With Bulldogs' Performance Bartlctt Head Track Coach James Crews said his Bulldog tracksters put forth their "best effort of the season" at the McGregor Relays last Friday in McGregor. The veteran track coach who has seen at least one Bulldog advance to the State Track Meet in 12 of the 17 years he has been at Bartlett went on to say "Our athletes performed with pride and dedication at McGregor." Sophomore Robert Mathls broke the school record (1901- 79) in the 120 High Hurdles with a 15.9 clocking. This was LET US SERVICE YOUR CAR REGULARLY WE WILL: Lubricate your car. Change the oil and filter. Repair that flat tire. Install Mufflers & Tail Pipes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 April 1979

I'M Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday April 5 1979 i Isoii Plasties rivate Enterprise s 'V- Co i i-nim 1 1 1979 P W7? r Y t ImMjI.1 II JUJLIMfJPs r .ongrntulations to these ten young people on their winning essays on the private enterprise system. We are pleased to award each of these high school seniors $1000 to help them with their college education expenses. These students and all those who entered are to be congratulated for their understanding of our private enterprise system. It is gratifying to witness their belief in our economic system as it gives us great confidence in the future. Ralph Wilson Jr. President Ralph Wilson Plastics Co. FREE ENTERPRISE: THE GAME WE CANNOT AFFORD TO LOSE m im BRYAN BURROUGH Temple High School Temple Texas It's an old game we arc playing. The rules were written over two hundred years ago. And we're good at it. In fact we're probably the best in the world at it. Everyone's jealous of how well we play the game too. Dut that's okay competition is wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 April 1979

mmmmmmmmmmmmmm AS&rS&2 l-i.-1".-!1!'1-!!. "vgwwqF' iw j -' -nfc fSWTf py rfr 'iwyjfaYfii H9P!BnRRKB .........-.... "wr W TPI Tribune-Progress Thurtday April 5 1979 Page7 Each citizen owns something whether it be the shirt on his back to acres of land. All of this is property in which one takes pride because he knows it is his alone. In addition to owning pri- vate property comes the rights of owners. These rights are very important because they give the owner alone the authority over his property. There are actually two economic freedoms; freedom of enterprise and freedom of indepen- dent choice. Freedom of enterprise is the right to own a business while freedom of independent choice is the freedom to choose which type of business one has and how it is operated Doth of these arc vital to businesses in the United States. Profits are earnings over and above all costs of a business; each individuals' right to make a pro- fit is the main reason that people enter into busi- ness....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 April 1979

H Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday April 5 1979 Bartlett Jaycees Chapter Hosts Area Visitation V W C5WF r 38 i S f 'I :v n ft E!Tn i vwi fjt.'ji fc r kV. m 1 Si v H i j ra li I 1 iJ I I H i'ii 11 I' i k ' - & i. n A S. fP .0 WVWVSWWV Holland PTA Has Regular Meeting correction was made to the effect that the photographic equipment was for the school and community use and not just for high school. The treasurer's report was given byDorthyMarwitz. A discussion was held concerning a committee for the scholarships. A Holland PTA met Monday night for their regular slated meeting with Mrs. Doris Lange calling the meeting to order. The PTA prayer was of- fered by Eva Kimble. Minutes was offered by Eva Kimble. Minutes were read by Rayetha Daguc and n WRITTEN ESPECIALLY FOH HOLLAND PTA Someone stole my children away They were right here by me yesterday Grubby little fingers tangled hair Smiling faces without a care Empty bowls sink full of dishes Long Santa list full of wishes All in the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 April 1979

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 4 w r-fw- Tr wyvyw&wiWW Tribuiw-ProgreM Thursday April 5 1979 Page 9 Bartlett Methodist Church Pancake Supper Well Attended J i' m 1 THE ANNUAL PANCAKE SUPPER of-the First United Methodist Church of Bartlett was well attended by a large turnout of Bartlett citizens last Tuesday night March 20. Above left to right Head Football Coach and Athletic Director Russell Roberts and prospective Bulldog football players Dale Dawson and Jeff White are pictured enjoying the taste of the pancakes. Bartlett residents Mrs. C. E. Limmer Mrs. Howard Sartor and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Steglich and Mrs. Reno Saage (background) were all in attendance at the supper. Methodist women Mrs. Mike Gerig Mrs. Clarence Marchak and Mrs. Joe Bridges helped in the kitchen during the supper. HUilYJTlfil :TrlTIlH IfurnjtureI i carpet i Mi m ! -;'" i"-'4vi OSCAR'S MOTOR CLINIC AND AUTO SUPPLY Your One-Stop Safety Check Mufflor Tailpipes Headlights and Bulbs Windshiold Wiper Blados and Arms Bra...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 April 1979

H 1 1 Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday April 5 1979 KMtftftttfMtttofWSflOHttLMVtfhMljtftfMMtttfl THE CENTRAL TEXAS MANPOWER CONSORTIUM has Immediate Job Opportunities for MEN WOMEN and YOUTH If you have been unemployed for a week or longer contact your local Manpower Office today. Temple Office is located at 208 W. Central in Temple or telephone 817773-9550. C.T.AA.C. is an equal employment opportunity employer. KXKMXXXVWlNUMmXXTO Number please April 20th. That's the final clay to make any changes or additions you wish in the '"yellow pages or alphabetical . listings of the telephone directory. Contact your Centel Service Representative before then. U- HcENTEL CENTRAL TELEPHONE OF TEXAS & SUBSIDIARIES You can call on us. Library Week Is April 1-7 Governor William Clements has Issued the following proclamation proclaiming this week April 1-7 as Library Week in Texas Texans of all ages and all educational backgrounds can benefit from the in- formational and recreational materials...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 April 1979

1 1 i L CLASSIFIED SECTION -J I I I 1 I I. Classified Advertising Rate G cents per word. 1 .20 minimum charge per nd. All Classified Advertising cash in advance. The Tribune Progress will not be responsible for more than one In- correct Insertion SPRING PLANT TIME: The Hanging Tree Nursery will be open dally from 4 to 6:30 ' p.m. Tomatoes pepper and I flower plants to choose ' from. All 15 each Come by Hanging Tree Nursery 528 West Davilla In Bar- tlctt. 4-5-79-chg. HOME IMPROVEMENT CENTER Hwy 95 And Clark St. PHONE 527-4360 Has nil your Home Decorating Needs for sale Hours: 8:30-4:30 -Mon.-Fri. Open Sat. 9.00-12.00 WOLF HARDWARE FOR YOUR HARDWARE NEEDS PHONE 527-4237 ISAAC INSURANCE AGENCY AUTOMOBILE FIRE WINDSTORM BONDS AND LIFE INSURANCE Xiy German 527-3636 JOHNSON TIRE Call us for all sizos of farm tractor & imlpo- mont tiros & tubos. 352-3321 FM13313M.E.Hwy.95 FARMERS MUTUAL R.V.O.S. FIRE & THEFT AND EXTENDED COVERAGE Sim CLIFTON MARTINETS Sales Roprosontotivo and A...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 April 1979

tf .-Vs . V v V VV v JV TWyVvv' - ' - -ifcv - ' lei' r" -i ryvy vvrvv v f i Page 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday April 5 1979 Obituaries Will O'Bell Training Lovic T. Dodd Louie T. Dodd 69 died Friday morning in Manor Oaks Rest Home in Rockdale after a lengthy illness. Scryiccs were held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Green Funeral Home In Cameron. Burial was in Sharp Cemetery near Cameron. Mr. Dodd was born and reared In the Sharp com- munity and was a retired auto mechanic for the City of Dallas. Survivors Include his widow Mrs. Sue Dodd of Da villa; a son James A. Dodd of Dallas; four daughters Mrs. Opal Welch of Mesquitc Mrs. Montaz Vassck of Irving Miss Linda Dodd of Dallas and Miss Tammy Sue Dodd of Davllla; four sisters Mrs. Etta Petty of New Braunfels Mrs. Halllc Hardy of Mcrkcl Mrs. Dallie Herr of Carthage Mo. and Mrs. Fred Stephens of Temple; and nine grand- children. Mrs. Tatuin Mrs. Roy Tatum of Austin a former resident of Bartlett died Tuesday night in Austin. Funeral arrangements we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 April 1979

r 1 1-. ' . . v "i w VV M TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartktt & Holland Bartlett Texas 765il Thursday April 12 1979 VOLUME 92 NUMBER 26 21 Pages In 2 Sections 817-527-4424 FIFTEEN CENTS V - - f 1 1 ) i t RITA FISCHER DONT11ALER NORMAN LANGE i l J'l ' ' V ifil HHHHHHBHHiH ftMWwv H RHIHIiHHHBIHHIHIHI Hackler Resigns Principal Position W.A.MEISSNER ROBERT (Bobby) FORD Bartlett Elections Lange Ford Fischer Thaler Meissner Elected Incumbent Normnn Langc was re-clcctcd to the Bartlett City Council In Saturday's election with 115 votes and winning the second vacant scat on the council was Robert (Bobby) Ford wipi 119 votes. Frank Waggoner received 51 votes. Norman Thaler whoso term expired this year on the council did not seek re- election. Winning the Bartlett School Board election was Mro. Rita Fischer who received 202 votes and Don Thaler who received 189 votes. This was for the three year term. Carolyn Sue Mummey received 78 votes in that race. W. A. Mcissner won the race for the on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 April 1979

In " Mrs. Vernon Mrs. L. E. Vernon was hostess at her home in Holland Thursday for the monthly meeting of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the Central Christian Church of Holland. Mrs. Hubert Nunnallcc president opened the meeting with prayer and presided at the short business session. Mrs. Miriam Williams presented the secretary's report. Mrs. Nunnallcc led the devotional using scripture from Matthew 28:1-8 with The first thing you're going to notice when you start enjoying a meal at Luby's is that "" we have good taste. We have good taste in everything we make. Our cool 'n crisp salads hot 'n hearty en- f. .trees hot steaming fresh-cooked vegetables & . .delicious fresh breads taste delighting ' V'?i and other choice ingredients Then we prepare our foods in small amounts to bring out the good tastes you only expect in a home- cooked meal. Come to Luby's real soon and enjoy our delicious foods you'll agree: We have good taste and. .. "Special" is the Luby's way! S r y Menns ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 April 1979

M II I I II II II Ml.ll II III r ) STRATEGY 8E8SION Steve Sladecck and Mark Karl consult with Holland Hornet track coach Mike Roasa during the Thorndale Relays last Friday in Thomdalc. SIXTH PLACE Daniel Blair glides over a hurdle during the running of the finals of the 330 yard Intermediate Hurdles at Thorndale Friday. Blair placed sixth in the junior varsity division of the meet. Preregistration Programs Offered At TJC -TEMPLE Preregistration for summer classes at Temple Junior College Is now under way Charles Stout Director of Admissions and Records announced. TJC will offer two day sessions of six weeks each an eight-week evening session and 12 week classes this summer. Students who prcreglstcr by May 25 can complete registration by mail Students for admission enrolled in high school or another college should submit an application for admission and immunization certificate prior to preregistration. Transcripts should bo sent to TJC at the end of the current semester. Samye Hill ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 April 1979

Pago 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday April 12 1979 4 I t AViV.AViVAV.VXy.ViV ;::x-:x-x::::y:y::::::: i :: ::: $ i." &: I :::::: Circleville Philosopher - -- - - - (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Johnsongrass farm on the San Gabriel River examines the nuclear energy problem (Jits week after which he probably has locked his gates.) Dear editor: Since there doesn't seem to be nny way to un-lnvent the hydrogen bomb nuclear energy seems to be here to stay although naturally everybody hopes the generating plant stays somewhere else besides near him. The electricity it generates that's all right it keeps your television set going so you can kvcp up with radiation levels and Charley's Angels. I may be wrong about this but do you suppose the people who arc violently opposed to Don G. Sch wertner Box 37 Sch wertner Texas 7C573 To the Editor: Remember when people thought the world was flat? Would it surprise you to know that some people still do? Well who not? After all is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 April 1979

rnm.ii- .i i ii i I. i sa Kj Bulldogs ' District Meet Tuesday At BeltonjgM ."W .'mm ? Thursday April 12 1979 Pageff k3ijur is ' j HIwmKNhhhmMFI' 1 BULLDOG HEAD TRACK Coach James Crews pictured on the right and assistant coach Franklin Jones have their Dartlctt trackslers ready to enter the District 28-A meet at Bclton next Tuesday April 17. Bulldogs Place 3rd At Taylor Meet Highlighted by Dale Dawson's first place shot put toss of 50 feet 5 inches and the second place finishes of the Bulldog sprint relay team and John Rlchcy in the 440 yard dash Coach James Crews' Bartlctt Bulldogs put together 60 points and finished third in Division II of the 25th running of the Cotton Boll Relays at Taylor last Friday. Rogers Granger Favorites Bulldogs Ready For District 28-A Meet By the time the last run- ning event the mile relay is over at the District 28-A Track and Field Meet at Bclton Tuesday night April 17 it is expected that the Rogers Eagles will have SONIC TOURNAMENT Strangers Lose Two ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 April 1979

N V Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday April 12 1979 Historical Society Meets I Dr. Frederick L. Briuer . Director of the Ar chaeological Survey at Fort I Hood spoke before a meeting of the Dell County Historical Society Tuesday April 3 in Kllleen on the subject "Ar- chacology in Central Texas." i Dr. Briuer who received i his Ph.D. at the University of California Los Angeles has had varied experience in the archaeological and an thropology fields and laboratory research. He has served as a full-time lecturer in archaeology in the Department of Anthropology California State University and is a member of the American Archaeology Society American An- thropological Association and Texas Archaeological Society. Dr. Briuer pointed out that archaeological finds in Central Texas date back approximately 13.000 years on a conservative basis. This time period according to the speaker can be broken Amigas Class Meets In Joiner Home Amigas Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church of Bartlc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 April 1979

H i Tribune-Progress Thursday April 12 1979 Page 7 r Cornelia Wilson Garden Club Flower Show Award Winners IHPPIIBBBkHBjBBBBBBj IkHH IHSiR HB' BE2KHIIMI I HHV HHMttMEK 'B HIHH L " jdr Hte Bl BII85sBlBBjtfBBBlBBB A HHHBt BBBKV flBBBBSBK19pHBjHSBBBB9 ft JP vP BML B -vBfllr SBBBJj ? KBHH V V 'BBj BBBBBf it 'WbBMB 13' 11 HVHKjJB BBj BjBBBBsSNBBBBBBBj I BBBBBBraRVr .B?rf JbbI BBBBBBBBBBBib iIbbbBBBBBBB: K2 -l A' BBBtBtImF hH BBBV J rlB'' I BBBBBBBjjfi9BBBBn';i b I m' JiLi y HHBI "j3 HHbB t 'in I ''MIhiH'' i IHkIc w vI B bYmiT "" u H Hkl -r-j 'u-m bR JbNHHi i BBBKtfritfflflBBfl iBBBBh BBmT A BBBsBBflBBBBBBi!B'llto- BBV .BBBBBDBBBBb I BBBBBBBBBBBBBBB . BBBBBa Bb VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVI BBBVr t:A "fSurBBBEBBBBBBBBBBBBV I BBBBBBBBBBBBBjBjLy hL iBBBVJBVi P&kiBw&'Jlr sL HHHHHHHHHHHBHHHHIHHHHi HHHondlJPHHilHHHHHHHHHHHI i MRS. ELMER CRYER top left is pictured with one of the arrangements that helped her to win the Tri-Color Award and Sweepstakes Winner for Artistic Division II at the 31st ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 April 1979

fn u flr u i j Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday April 12 1979 $&'' '' . 'H HiiF' 9 ' ' isBflBCv itJjtvJHlWr Bartlett Bike-A-Thon Draws 78 Young Bikers MRS. SUZANNE LENZ chairman for Bartlett's Cystic Fibrosis Bike-A-Thon held last Saturday said 78 young people signed up and rode their bicycles the 12 mile distance to Schwertner and back to help raise money to fight Cystic Fibrosis. Mrs. Lenz said the children are collecting the pledge money from their sponsors this week and the total amount of money raised by the Bike-A-Thon will be an- nounced in next week's paper. Pictured above left to right are three-year-old Chad Lenz the youngest entrant in the Bike-A-Thon; Bartlett banker Raymond Lenz signed the pledge cards of entrants at the two mile mark of the race; SCS technician Bill Owen repairs a slipped chain on a bicycle at Schwertner. At the end of the Bike-A-Thon Mrs. Raymond Lenz signed each entrants pledge cards to verify the number of miles they road. The Bike-A-Thon left t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 April 1979

I .1 Tribune-Progress Thursday April 12 1979 Page 9 Scenes From The Texas Operaland Performance hHHHmHKhi illftiPffHHflpppppppjppppppjM HppppVaLkHlpnfllH : ;kH9!VH pprXttpHppppppppppppHBlpBipsHHM pflHtaipw vMiiLLHpl VTpLLH 7 lpHkpppppRECCpppppHBpppHHfiK.PMHnpl 'i jM BpppppppppppppKtRF'V f .LfcppBpy Ml Vj RUnttiHn-H' ;" lHPHKrlppp EpppippppppHwIIv &JiiiH pBQB' .pppHLppBippfl IINfHHlK vvlHHippV I HpippVpppppp. .pppppppppppppH Plf . CwSS V EXppppppH pppppBpMMVpppHppHpplipppPH tflBptfSlpppppppHP ' ' fpV?Vr jtSPyK!MCgjBBpppBBMpB ipppppifiKlvf"f'pipWKplwpppHpHp pppppPflPSpk "Tlf H-iR PBMfVlpHH IpHm IBM lEatnBpip " wr jfe 9J 1 flMpppw JrittyHBvraXAHpK. jptWpp jptWS&vx t y HRHwpppppKvpBlpKLiF sStflppHpWppHpw vkpHIpppP wtTj ny OvRjJti C rVpuE5ppppppVVHFlpppPHM uu. 3ppbBpppbpp ircy v 'nanMiPL. hhi pp llfik 'pppWyW 1 V ppppppB JpKJlppppr p0PvAJP " a. ' vr IpppH HEflpr SfUli? x lpppTv V ix x Vwi2l Pictured are just a few of the many musicians who performed at the Texas Operaland in Bart...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 April 1979

M Is Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday April 12 1979 HWJaWcaW" )uM4t)f Church Calendar ' lb I1 f t I c Read 1 Corinthians 13:8-13 . Wc know that we have passed out of death Into life because wc love. ... 1 John 3:14 (rsv) 1 AUL wrote that here and now we see only "in a mirror dimly but then face to face." Easter proclaims there axe some things we do not have to die to see. Christ revealed a love that can put "Easter in our eyes." This love enables us to see that which we cannot see any other way. There is a saying "Love is blind." Not sol Love enables us to see things we could not see otherwise. Someone might say to you "I don't see what you see in that person." You could best answer "If you loved that person you would see what I see." Easter calls us to be lovers grace responding to grace. Not "seeing is believing" but "believing is seeing." Accepting the grace God reveals in Jesus Christ puts Easter In our eyes and we begin to see as we never saw before. Here and now we see God's ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 April 1979

M L CLASSIFIED SECTION J I I I I 1 I. Classified Advertising Rate 6 cents per word. 1.20 minimum charge per nd. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progress will not be responsible for more than one In- correct insertion. KNETEN PHOTO ARTS 417 N. Main Taylor Texas. Weddings Portraits f Commercial Photography. i 512352-5882 (Dartlctt Number 527-4235. Garland Knctcn. 19-tfc HOME IMPROVEMENT CENTER Hwy 95 And Clark St. PHONE 527-4360 Has all your Home Decorating Needs for sole Hours: 8:30-4:30-Mon.-Fri. Open Sat. 9.00-12:00 WOLF HARDWARE FOR YOUR HARDWARE NEEDS PHONE 527-4237 ISAAC INSURANCE AGENCY AUTOMOBILE FIRE WINDSTORM BONDS AND LIFE INSURANCE Kiy German 527-3636 JOHNSON TIRE Call us for all sizes of farm tractor & imlpe- ment tires & tubes. 352-3321 FM.331 3M.E.Hwy.95 For your Life Insurance SEE Clifton Martinets Local Representative SPJST Lite Insurance CaH 657-2220 Headquarters for Gates Hydraulic Hose For All Farm & Industrial Equipment OSCAR'S ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 April 1979

ps SB3ESB V-v.v Wl?f v V 1 1 N If f t II . i Pago 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday April 12 1979 Barilett Seniors Honored By Methodist Church HARTLETT HIGH SCHOOL graduating seniors were honored with u party Thursday evening at the First United Methodist Church in Dartlett. Special honored guests were the two Methodist seniors Andrew Lindemann and Bruce Smith. They were presented with a giant size Ping Pong paddle with their names inscribed on one side and a Bulldog on the other side. Seniors enjoyed a Ping Pong Tournament for the en- tertainment for the evening and a new method of Ping Pong which the seniors enjoyed. Winners in the tournament were presented with gold medals Refreshments were servetl to twenty-five seniors nnd their sponsor James C. Jones and Supt and Mrs Archie Scott Janlo PowiUky and Barry Rlchey pictured top center were the first place winners in the Ping Pong Tourney and Mrs. Tony (Carol) Hargrove far left and Joe Leos far right finished second in the tournament Sha...

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