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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 May 1979

H Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 10 1979 kVAlMM TAYLOR SHOPPING GUIDE ' SUNNY SIDE RETIREMENT CENTER NO. I 4 RETIREMENT CARE-THE BRIGHTER SIDE" OF 4 RETIREMENT LIVING 4 800W. 7lhSt. TAYLOR 352-5542 j WE CARE SUNNY SIDE RETIREMENT CENTER NO. II 8 NURSING CARE AROUND THE CLOCK K 212 E. LAKE DRIVE 352-6825 4 WE ARE IN FULL COMPLIANCE WITH THE CIVIL RIGHTS 4 ACT OF 1964 AND ACCEPT PATIENTS REGARDLESS OF 4 RACE COLOR OR NATIONAL ORIGIN. MR. AND MRS. O irnnu rils-Avr -ttJUMCDC AKin ArtMIMICTD ATDDC m jcnni ruumc wttnuw rm rwi.um..r.r.. ..- I p Jim Schwertner mid Don Shiller TAYLOR LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALE EVERY WEDNESDAY S Hwy. 95 North J. I t 352-3653 Spring is here again and these Taylor business and professional people invite their Bartlett and Holland area Mends to visit them now and often. DAN'S UPHOLSTERY AND INTERIOR DECORATING "Since 1954" Specializing in Fine Furniture Auto Trim Seat Covers Custom Draperies Bank Americard DAN VANECEK-OWNER 121 E. 3rd 352-2257 VISIT OUR HOUSE ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 May 1979

VW - k -y - .j - u Tribune-Progress Thursday May 10 1979 Page 7 Vs nnwvMWK I I t P (l l 5 r 5 i GRANGER: TAYLOR: j$ 1400 N. MAIN Open 5 6:30 a.m. j To 10:30 p.m. Ds junior & misses fashions 319 N. Main Taylor Texas 76574 512-352-3020 U-WAG-M STORES Open 6 a.m. To 10 p.m. TAYLOR mm SHOPPING Spring is here again and these Taylor business and. professional people invite their Bartlett and Holland area friends to visit them now and often. GUIDE NEW & USED CARS AND TRUCKS GRAHAM FORD SALES Central Texas' Best Equipped Service Center Warranty Work Is Welcome 352-6318 1600 N. Main h Q UAM: Quality Photography by Garland Kneten 417 N. Wain Taylor Texas 512-352-5882 I I I I I I 1 I I I D I I Hours: i T-R 2-5:30 p.m. Sat.: 9-12 noon I I mil 1 I 1 THE ENTIRE FAMILY S ---- SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHING FOR 352-6222 318 N. MAIN r Coniploto Lino Mowors & Riding Mowers R All Kinds Small Hand Tools For Gardoning Sprinldors Gordon Hoso Flox-Lino 9 Trimmors Lawb Furnituro WMIIT IT 1 i VISA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 May 1979

V"'r"'?Yt -.v v yf Htrt1t' yyrVvVVVlVVVlVVnV'VV H Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 10 1979 J. E. Moore Purchases New Home For Operaland J.E. Moore Jr. of Taylor Texas Operaland promoter and director announced this week the purchase of the Gersbach-Wacker Building at the corner of Highway 95 Paul's Used Cars Is Now Open For Business Located 2 miles north of Holland on Hwy 95 and Sunshine Road Early And Late Model Cars And Pickups In Stock Come On By For A Good Deal On A Car Or Pickup Of Your Choice. Paul O'Brien Owner Phone 8U-6S7'2431 Rt. J Holland WHO NEEDS A BANK? Everyone in the community depends on banking. Some people need a bank to put their excess money in. Some people need a place to get money when they just don't have the ready available funds to purchase what they want. If You Think Wo Can Holp You Como By And Soo Us At SCHMRTNER STATE BAM Schwertner Texas Member FDIC Air Conditioning and your electric bill. Tho summer months in Toxas aro that tlmo when tho largost fac...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 May 1979

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 May 1979

M I u Pago 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 10 1979 BANQUET (Cbntinucd from Pago 1) Basketball; Temple Kallus Girls Offensive Basketball Award; Sally Johnson Best Female Athlete; Kirk Good- night Boys Offensive Basketball Award Football Offensive Back Award and tho Owen Goodnight Award which is presented each year to the best all-around male athlete; Darrcll Wolf-Football Defensive Lineman; Rex Arnold Football Offensive Lineman; Rex Karl - Basketball Defensive Award; Danny Hill - Football Defensive Back Award; and Emmanuel Griffin - Outstanding Track Award DOG VACCINATION Thursday May 17 1979 10 a.m. 12 a.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. BARTLETT FIRE STATION JOHNNY RICHTER VET. CITY OF BARTLETT BARTLFTT mlwmimm wWwEM No extra charge for groups Oliin Mills uses Kodak papor Limit. One special oiler per (ami ly every 90 days Cannot be used with Olnn Mills Club Plans 01 other advertising otters. Come early and bring this ad to' Bartleft Town Hall SATURDAY MAY 1210:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m qhntrjills IS Koda...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 May 1979

" vvwvwwwWWVWWI l. I CLASSIFIED SECTION -J Classified Advertising Rate 6 cents per word 1 20 ah iiassiiica Advertising casn in navancc. The Tribune . Progress will not be responsible for more than one In- correct Insertion I. SAVE $150.00 on our best 19" Color Portable TV with remote control Save over $200.00 on a 25" . Color Console. Both still in warranty. Western Auto Dartlctt. tf-chg. WANTED: Live-in housekeeper. Mature Czech or German. Two adults. References. L. Wright 7811 Hiawatha Houston Texas 77030. 5-10-79 5 ACRES In Lakeside Hills over looking Stillhouse Hollow Lake on new paved road many live oaks beautiful views as low as $500 down up to 20 years on balance DIRECTIONS: From Bolton turn west from III 35 on to Hwy. 190 for 5 miles then left on FM2410. Field office 2 miles on left. CO tracts some facing the lake owner financed. Call 817-C98-221G. 0-7-79-chg. WOLF HARDWARE FOR YOUR HARDWARE NEEDS PHONE 527-4237 ISAAC INSURANCE AGENCY AUTOMOBILE FIRE WINDSTORM BONDS AND LIFE...

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

Page 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 10 1979 BBLAST' Scheduled For Bartlett Methodist Church Gifts For Mother On r?lrlfc i iiHKf riyiiM'iff a "nii.jfM KHBfl THE J. E. MOOHE produced "Texas Operaland" drew another good crowd Saturday night of the Bartlctt Town Hall. The country and western musical program which is held the first and third Saturday night's of each month was attended by people from the following Texas towns; Elgin Manor Taylor Austin Georgetown Hound Rock Lcandcr Cedar Park Liberty Hill Granger Coupland Thrall Schwcrtncr Buckholts Florence Hockdalc Bcaukiss San Antonio Little River-Academy Temple Troy Bclton Dallas Salado Holland and Bartlctt. I JwV 5i m HOflAttWiDmur jr r r . s irs.' wfrr'six VTrnr - ta j . " - ". 0 VR1 191 Wt. t -w s5 . -ti- 3IF & V . G jiff m "tfv -yve rw Lwl fl s V v FJ k i w v i : ' ! ' I NEW JAYCEE OFFICERS Recently elected officers of the Holland Jaycccs are front row left to right Rick Bcnner reporter; Charles Miller secretary; back row Wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 May 1979

t -' r c ipV.-- -w i f3kHK AtI "iJKigMlrai V v VtHLfeurVHlifflftJla ? i 9B P't HkHQBIBBHKifcMkS JflMEUKHflH wmBtmmwttGmmmtr jJB3tv3H9KHH9f&iflfliMiAl HhJhjVTsVi'P .4 1 mWmmmmmjJl)Mml mM THE BARTLETT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE float won its second straight blue ribbon In as many parade appearances when It captured first place honors in the 1979 Granger Homecoming Parade Saturday afternoon. The Granger Jaycccs float won 2nd place honors and the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce float took third place. The Bartlett float which has the slogan "Bartlett A Jewel Of A Town" in six Inch high letters on the side of the float is decorated with two-tone blue vinyl festooning and has a jewel box constructed at the back of the float which is white on the inside and two-tone blue on the outside. Hiding the float in the parade Saturday were Nancy McBay pictured above left; Cynthia Langc above right; VOLUME !2 NUMBER 111 Bartlett Salvation Army Fund Drive Underway By JIMMY HOWELL "Bartlett people have al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 May 1979

r i n it mrhe Tribune Young Farmers To Meet Monday Living The Bartlctt - Holland Young Farmers will hold a business meeting for the purpose of electing new of- ficers Monday May 21 at the Bartlett High School Agriculture Building. Starting time is 8:00 p.m. Officers will be elected for 1979-80 and will take office present. Julyl. The Young Farmers will also make plans for the Holland Corn Festival coming up on June 16 and for the chapter's annual barbecue. Members are urged to be St. John Lutheran Church Holds Mother-Daughter Banquet HHBk&kSaHHRhIHHHIMBIHCiRIHHI HHkVHBHHHHMHNuAHHaturfL) os-35iZSiAaMkklBBBBHHMHknHkl KHflHHBHHHHHHIIHHIiHHHIHIIH ST. JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH of Bartlett held its annual Mother Daughter Banquet Saturday May 12 In the church basement. Pictured above left is Rev. Clarence Rose holding four-month-old Prlcilla Pitts daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Pitts of Bartlctt. Pricilla was the youngest of 85 guests who attended the banquet. Many wedding gowns and dresse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 May 1979

999R9!S99!iPiiMPiPi99iiPiiiiiiiiiii9iVPIiliillilP PUPMMIfl w -i vrwwvw grr-WKjflw uw$pifP?1'? r - - "'Slf f Tribune-Progress Thursday May 17 1979 Page 3 Bartlett School Board Qfjjjjjj Meets In Short Session mrmmemmmmwmmmmm 9 i A financial statement was presented to members of the Bartlett School Board when they met Monday night for their regular monthly meeting. School board members employed James Weeks Mrs. Ruth Gcrig as teachers and Mrs. Helen Volney and Mrs. Mary Cortcz as aides for the 1978-79 Summer Migrant Program. Other business consisted of the discussion of accepting bids for the service and maintenance of business machines at school and the I renewing of the commodity i distribution program for the $MfW T jmim. 1 Vflkk HB. UIL STATE WINNERS Bartlett High School students Jill Stcglich on the left and Lorianne Carlson on the right arc pictured holding the certificates they received for finishing fifth in ncwswritlng and eighth in headline writing at the recent UIL State Meet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 May 1979

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 17 1979 ....... 83 ftW: "!""''" 'I Tribune-Progress USPS 0800 Oartlttt Tribune founded In last Holland Progrett founded In HJ All opinion and vlewpolnu In the Tribune ProgreH do nof necetiarlly rtprett nl the editorial oplnlonjot lhl newipaper Publljhed weekly In Oarllett Tea 7MII by Taylor Newipaperi Inc. Taylor Tea$. Second clan pottage paid at Oartlett To 74511 STAFFMEMOERS Mr Dorothy Jean Dartlett MM VIcKy Sartor Jimmy Howell RamlroCortei Mn Riley Bailey Subicrlptlon Ratet 4 50 per year In Dell Milam and Wllllamion Countlen W per yeareltewhere Any erroneouj reflection upon the character or reputation ol ny person firm or corporation which may appear In the column of the Tribune Progre will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the a Mention of the editor Poitmaiter It undellverable lend Form J3 to Tribune Progre Dartlett ToaWaSII :: STATE CAPITAL HIGHLIGHTS B SfsfSfsf- vvvvvvvw ii5y t t y T ' WV t1 w t Circleville Philosopher VAt 1 " " -i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 May 1979

f "VW '. Griffin Finishes it 5th At State Meet Sports Holland Hornet senior Emmanuel Griffin brought home a fifth place finish In the 400 meter event at the Conference B State Track & Field Meet In Austin Saturday. Griffin's time was 52.1 seconds. The 400 meter dash event was won by Al Gon- zales of Roby In 50.5 seconds. Coach Mike Roasa praised Griffin for his efforts. "I'm proud of the way he hung in there and stayed with it" Roasa said. This was Griffin's first State Track Meet and he did not appear nervous before the race as he warmed up on the astro turf at Memorial Stadium stopping briefly to talk with n competitor from Snook. The weather was near- perfect for the meet except for a brisk northerly wind. Griffin plans to enter the Army after his graduation from high school. Roasa has had track contestants entered In the state meet three of the five years he has been at Holland. Two new conference B records were set at this year's meet. A 43.2 mark was set in the 400 meter r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 May 1979

4W ww vy w i u 4 UMAilJmUtS fpwffppiMMiiium Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 17 1979 ' ......... . .iWiilik .m'-wmk h - juruirfwmiFLr.-r .JfflWA ' pil?: f II Willi illlMffiw .:t 4tkM IT'S POSSIBLE! Robert Schuller Faith moves mountains By Hubert Schuller A missionary was return- ing to his post in Africa after a furlcuuli to the United States. Deep into the jungle his party came upon a flooded river which inter- rupted their Journey. There were no boats avail- able and it was too treacherous to ford or swim. So they camped and prayed that God would show them a way across. During the night a huge tree along the bank fell into the water and in the morning they saw the answer to their prayers. The tree was their bridge to the other side. Though skeptics have fun with people who would at- tach spiritual significance to such occurrences those who live by trusting God have seen too many "coinci- dences" of this miraculous nature to scoff at them. Catherine Marshall once pointed out to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 May 1979

.M M in 'I v" 7 v Mt. Arie Baptist Church Honors Bartlett Seniors kv bW8B sa3PH EMl5K liV Ihj.Mjt WtitMflul ILmH Eimn'iiarflrz'WBr'" mhb t MT. ARIE BAPTIST CHURCH of Bartlett honored the 1979 graduating class of BHS with a party at the Bartlett Town Hall Monday night May 7. Mrs. Teresia Lewis wife k of Mt. Arie pastor Rev. Ira Lewis was director of en- tertainment for the evening. Mrs. Lewis is pictured above giving instructions to Sharon Janke on how to play "Drop The Hankerchief" while senior class sponsor James C. Jones looks on. Joe Leos Doug Thomas Beverly Gadison Dora Mayse and Baldo Degollado are pictured playing "Musical Chairs" while Deborah Taylor Susyne Lewis and Beverly Gadison are pictured clapping during the "Pinata Breaking." Rev. Ira Lewis and Supt. of Schools Archie Scott and his wife are pictured enjoying the evening's entertainment. Refreshments were served to Bartlett High School seniors Terry Freeman Lupe Rodriguez Joe Leos Bryon Thaler Jill Steglich Andrew Lind...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 May 1979

rff( ' r'r f M lv. f I w r t Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 17 1979 HIJMll I U 3 HTRT! ffljffilffl KM CT rSCHS n?!iTnnj ATi i M&H 3323 liThfifffffl MIrTH fHiliinrrV H J i A A 1 ft LVH Older Adults Perk Up Eating Habits COLLEGE STATION Older adults can perk up eating habits appetite and eating fun with simple changes says Frances Reasonovcr a foods and nutrition specialist. Miss Reasonover is with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service The Texas A&M University System. Poor nutrition In advancing years involves more than nutrients but this can change when the problem is clear the specialist says. In some cases the problem started long ago. An older adult's nutritional state depends partly on food habits of a lifetime. Poor food habits sometimes leave scars that cannot be removed and if people have eaten poorly since childhood they arc inclined to continue that pattern even If there is great need for change Miss Reasonovcr explains. However that doesn't have to be the c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 May 1979

' f " " 3 " vw o-iyjf ' '-! fi f) H Tribune-Progress Thursday May 17 1979 Page 9 Y f?rt j"w' " i'tfv jvtrsf' 'if w f ' Study Shows Benefits Costs Of Industrialization COLLEGE STATION When a new Industry locates in a rural community there are both benefits and costs according to a recent Texas A&M University study. The usual case is that community leaders tend to overestimate industrial benefits while un derestimating additional public expenditures needed to serve the industry and Its employees. This is the conclusion of three economists who researched the impact of in- dustrialization on rural communities in Texas Dr. Lynn Rcinschmicdt of SCHWERTNER STATE BANK Schwertner Texas See us for your banking needs. We invite you to come by and have a cup and open a Checking Account today. Fast Friendly Personal Service since 1912. Member FDIC. Mississippi State University Dr. Lonnie L. Jones a Texas Agricultural Experiment Station research economist and Dr. Richard Floyd a Texas Agricul...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 May 1979

p Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 17 1979 m HOLLAND BAND DIRECTOR James Banks directed the band concert provided by Holland band students May 7. Three different groups were on stage including elementary through high school. Mfi JIB3Ln nILLLVBjoH. ftt A AlinX KjiyvyP HOLLAND'S HIGH SCHOOL BAND performed for the Association at the school cafctorium Monday May 7. Ej I. MMi7-IBrS. lrfreflft J-wm JPrH 'ttB WT9 tf NvWiTir OBHBuK B JF-WIHi L MlS FULL HOUSE A large crowd turned out In Holland for the PTA meeting and band concert last May 7. The band is Consumer Food News Best Buys COLLEGE STATION Beef prices have climed to record highs while pork prices arc dipping to at- tractive levels Gwcndolyne Clyatt a consumer t H j( I have tryed other reducing programs but never with the amazing results I have had with the simple yet effective program at Go-Slim International. I have lost 75 inches and over 110 pounds and am still losing. Carlene Miles ' YOU GO-SLIM INTERNATIONAL 'DIET CLINIC W...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 May 1979

.- .- (.- Tribune-Progress Thursday May 17 1979 Page 11 DRIVELINE w me $mvys? TRIBUNE-PROGRESS L CLASSIFIED SECTION J - '!$& 1' te JIK I I I 1 l l. Classified Advertising Rate B G cents per word. 1 .20 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. g The Tribune Progress will not be responsible for more than one In- I correct Insertion. .-..... . J SAVE $150.00 on our best 19" Color Portable TV with remote control. Save over $200.00 on n 25" Color Console. Doth still in warranty. Western Auto Dartlctt. tf-chg. SPRING CLEAN YOUR CARPET Uie Professional way with Rinse & Vac. Western Auto Dartlctt Texas. tf-chg. 5 ACRES hn Lakeside Hills over looking Stillhouse Hollow Lake on new paved road many live oaks beautiful views as low as $500 down up to 20 years on balance DIRECTIONS: From Dclton turn west from HI 35 on to II wy. 190 for 5 miles then left on FM2410. Field office 2 miles on left. GO tracts some facing the lake owner financed. Call 817-G98-2216. 6-7-...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 May 1979

n Page 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 17 1979 'BBLAST' Scheduled For Bartlett Methodist Church BBLAST Barltett Biblical Learning and Singing Time has been scheduled for Sunday May 27 at the First United Bartlett Is Nominated For National Register The Bartlett Historic District will be presented by Texas Historical Commission staff for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places at the next meeting of the State Board of Review. If the Board approved the nomination It will be com- pleted and sent to the U.S. Department of the Interior in Washington for final review and approval. The boundaries of the proposed district arc as follows: starting at the in- tersection of Texas Highway 95 with E. Clark continuing south along TX HW 95 to the alley and extending around the two commercial buildings south of that face S. Evlc; thence north along S. Evle to the alley crossing S. Evic and continuing west along the alley of the next block; thence north along Obituaries Mrs. Bessie Wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 24 May 1979

H ft iapcrnfcy ttonnlc Uott XX 76511 ff li TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlctt Texas 76511 Thursday May 24 1979 VOLUME 92 NUMBER 32 22 Pages In 2 Sections 817-527-4421 FIFTEEN CENTS fBfti I Jta f Commencement Friday For Bartlett Seniors Commencement exercises for Bartlett High School seniors will be held Friday evening May 25 beginning at 8 p.m. at the high school gymnasium. Bnrnie Luna honor student will give the in- vocation and the Salutatorian address will be delivered by Andrew Llndcmann. Special music will be presented by Cynthia Langc Bartlctt High School junior. Donna Thaler Valedic- torian will deliver the valedictorian address followed by the presentation of special awards by Prin- cipal James Crews. Supt. Archie Scott will present the graduating class and Mrs. Ernest Fischer president of the school board will present diplomas to the graduates. The benediction will be brought by Sandra Smith Honor student. Tentative candidates for graduation include:...

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