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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 June 1979

N fr t " Davilla .By Mrs. Hoy Clydc nnd Dillic Moore attended the Annual S.I.C Convention In West Columbia Texas during the weekend. Nell and Ricky Parks and Tish Ovcrby of Bartlctt spent last week in Houston with relatives. Mrs. Linda Ortiz and children of Houston arc visiting Nell nnd Iticky Parks this week. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. York of Dallas Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Towers of Thorndalc were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lucion Davis during the weekend. Debby and Randy Dcgncr are in Summer Camp at Sulphur Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Davis have received word that their daughter and husband had arrived safely in Korea. Mrs. Sue Roddy and children of Louise have been visiting Mrs. Fannie Hargrove this week. Dan Wiley of Temple was home during the weekend. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Clark and daughter of Waco Mr. and Mrs David Bctros and boys of Waco visited Mrs. Marie Duncum. The group also visited Mrs. Roy Dolchitc In Val Verde. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Gillcland of Temple visited Mrs. Dora Lee Gillcland a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 June 1979

I Tribune-Progress Thursday June 7 1979 Page 3 Financial 'Checklist' Before Wedding ON MONDAY MAY 28 the fourth grade of Bartlctt In- termediate School under the direction of Mrs. Suzanne Lcnz and Mrs. Dotty Kneten presented an adapted version of Engelbcrt Humpcrdlnck's opera "Hansel and Grctel". Narrators were Kim Ferguson and Laurie Zander. The cast included: Hansel - Mary Morales; Grctel Jennifer Hill; Mother - Buddy Bell; Father - Mike Pierce; Witch Kandil Larkins; Sandman - Ronnie Saverse; Mushroom -Joe T. None Jr.; Angels - Michelle Pearson Lisa Receives Promotion David Iviclc of Marble Falls formerly of Holland was recently promoted to Sales Supervisor of Division HO of the Butter Krust Bread Company. This division consists of cities of Killcen Harkcr Heights Copperas Cove San Saba and Lam- pasas. David has been employed with the Butter Krust Bread Company for six years. He is a 1971 graduate of Holland High School and is married to the former Monica Pajcstka of Holland and t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 June 1979

7" Page 4 Tribunc-Pr ogress Thursday Junc7 1979 Trib une -Progress USPS 04800 Oartlett Tribune founded In ttt Holland Progress founded In tl?l All opinion! and viewpoints In the Tribune Progress do not necessarily represent the editorial opinions of this newspaper Published weeMy In Bartlelt Teas 74511 by Taylor Newspapers Inc Taylor Teas. Second class postage paid at Dartlett Teas 74511 STAFFMEMDERS Mrs Dorothy Jean Dartlett Mrs Vicky Sartor Jimmy Howell RamlroCortet Mrs Riley Oalley Subscription Rates 4 SO per year In Dell. Milam and Williamson Countlesi tS per year elsewhere Any erroneous rellectlon upon the character or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear In the columnsot the Tribune Progress will gladly becorrected upon being brought to the attention of the editor Postmaster If undellverable send Form $ to Tribune Progress Bartlelt Teias 76511 THE SYSTEM Monday through Circleville Philosopher 'A.Ik A . A .. . A 44 O 0 4 tkti4t - usually PriHnv. It is h...

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

It Tribune-Progress Thursday June 7 1979 Page 5 Bartlett Softball News Bartlett Strangers To Host Elghl-Tcam Tournament The Bartlett Strangers will be hosting an 8 team tour namcntJune23and24. Kirst and second place winners of the Strangers 2nd Annual Softball Tournament will not be entered In this f from the I prcssbox In By RED LAKELAND mA ALLEN HUNTS FOR NFL COACHING JOB The Scene was a news con ference In Washington D.C. and Gcorgo Allen was at his old spot tho podium to make an an- nouncement. But no George Allen is not going to coach the 1970 Red skins. He was at this press conforenco to outline plans for a 5100-a-plnto banquet to honor tho 1972 Redskins the Super Bowl team with tho funds go- ing to tho Epilepsy Foun- dation of America. Former 1 players from that 1972 Washington football team attended the news confer- ence and Allen jokingly told thorn: "I'm going to put together a team and wo'ro going to barnstorm tho country and tako ovcrybody on. We'll call them tho "Over t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 June 1979

f Pago 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 7 1979 tiWcWMtt r t t t i'H T f'.ft.'.ffi cMWJM .: aWW' MSfeK WV -v fc.uni.fti SiOCvr .j'm nifc.nfc. tfeXHbt y..v " M.MUM ft' ' ii iu.'t...njn. ... ffif'I ;.. WV'XftfflW WS;rVllfc ysa.f ' 711 ia rr .j jff "Ia "k rara; 1 is .ill ' Church Calendar JKfct IKS fektfck IT'S POSSIBLE! Robert Schuller Find common ground Ity Robert Schuller One of the most effective forijct yourself and conccn- concentrate on lovinu your tory attitude is more likely public speakers I have ever trate on loving your employee or employer your to result when you turn from card Is my close mend audience." ncli'hbor. your relative self-Interest to "other Norman Vincent Pcale. Few I followed his advice then your minister your husband person" interest. people can inspire and chal-with excellent results and or wife your children. Try to lcnge an audience as he can. have put it Into practice put aside self-interest and novoronH Schuller castor of Several years ago when I wheneve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 June 1979

r V" r v'v- V J fftifrwr 'Ssl-s v v m m 1 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 7 1979 Page 7 i . '.. L Scenes From The Schwertner Festival DR. JOHN ROBERTS of Temple (pictured top center with upraised arms) won the Farmers Five-Mile Run at the Schwertner Festival Sunday Clodene Greer of Ft. Hood pictured top far right with Schwertner State Bank Chairman Jim Schwertner and Johnny Schwertner who was emcee for the afternoon entertainment was the first woman to cross the finish line. Pictured below Dr. Roberts are brothers Cary and Kent Owens of Temple Kent won the first place trophy in the 14-years-and under age bracket while Cary finished third in that age group. Pictured below the Owens' brothers are Doug and Bobby Hill of Salado who tied for fourth in the 14 years-and under age group. Other pictures on this page include just a few scenes from the highly successful 5th Annual Schwertner Festival. ... Hflfet ' HHE&i) dHHtt flLnBfBPUMBmHPB b'BHi' MBHMBHBirH .EFS-BiP-ff tjEr V V V"lt4 t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 June 1979

M Pago 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday Juno 7 1979 Bartlett Intermediate School Sponsors Field Day Events Dartlctt Intermediate students enjoyed a "Field Day" on Friday May 20th with ribbons awarded to the winners in each event. Winners in various events were as follows: In the 4-A girls and 4-B girls competition winners were: 50 yd. dash Andrea Crathers 1st; Michelle Pearson 2nd; and Kim Marshall 3rd. Klckball Kick Karen Knetcn 1st; Mary Morales 2nd; and Nona Ramirez 3rd. 440 yd run Andrea Crathers 1st; Kathleen Crathers 2nd; and Ilachel Cortcz 3rd. Basketball Shoot Karen Kncten 1st; Rebecca Davis 2nd; and Jennifer Hill 3rd. Team Events 440 yd. relay The 4-A girls defeated the 4-B girls. 4-A girls team was composed of Kim Marshall Karen Sartor Andrea Crathers and Kathleen Crathers. 50 yd. dash boys and girls 4-B team defeated the 4-A team. Winning team was composed of Laurie Zander Michelle Pearson Rachel Cortcz Kim Ferguson and KandilLarkin. 3 leg race Carolyn Medina and Ncna Ramirez ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 June 1979

'mmmwmimwiwvwmiwwmmmwiw9wm9m'!mrwn9mwmmmm Tribune-Progress Thursday June 7 1979 Page 9 i i i i i i. IgVJtiMMm H 1 I I I I 1 Bp'V' "."' '.f 'ilrA 1 I Classified Advertising Rate 6 cents per word. 1 .20 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progress will not be responsible for more than one correct Insertion MONEY MAKING OP- PORTUNITIES $205.80 minimum guaranteed for five hour work week at home ladles only please. Write to Debbie Kllnkovsky 409 East Young Temple Tx. 70501. G-7-79-chg. 1978 GMC pickup AT 4 wheel drive PS quadra- track disc brakes dual tanks regular gas 8000 miles. Book value $7000 asking $5500. Call 452-19C9 (Austin). 6-7-79 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 8. THEFT AND EXTENDED COVERAGE Soo CLIFTON MARTINETS Salos Roprosantativo and Adjuster Lodgo No. 83 657-2220 Holland HOME IMPROVEMENT CENTER Hwy 95 And Clark St. PHO...

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

H Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 7 1979 lIL rM CRISTV EIJL HI PMEPICIS ELECTRICITY AND THE WEATHER - Electricity will bo used to control weather. Tho control of nil weather from one source will bo a triumph and will quiet nature on a rampage. SUPER AIRTRAIN - Tho wide unencumbered highways of our West Coast will bo tho foundation for a super airtrain which will travel at super high speeds from ono city to another. America will bo spanned within a few hours. This train travel will surpass In speed that of Japan's famed bullet train. REJUVENATION - Thousands of mon and women will bo rejuvonated by a simple operation on tho breathing capacity of tho human body which permits pcoplo to have an unobstructed amount of oxygen. This will build up every cell and refill It with oxygen energy. Tho operation will bo n slmplo ono and easily porformed without danger. POLARITY CHANGES - After tho next polarity change tho citizens of earth will notice the summers will bo hotter and tho winte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 June 1979
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 June 1979

n Smith '$ Mark 50th Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Smith were honored at an open house at their home in Drownwood on June 3 from 2 to 4 p.m. The event was in celebration of the couple's 50th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Smith is the former Shirley Scales who grew up in Thorndaic. She and Artie L. Smith were married at First Christian Church in BrownwoodonJunc4 1929. The couple have two children and five grand- children. Their children hosts for the anniversary party were Artie Smith Jr. of BrownwoodandDr Carole Smith of San Angclo. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have lived in Brownwood 45 of the past 50 years where he has owned and operated Art's Shoe Repair for 25 years. The following Psalm was written and dedicated to the Smith's by their niece Caroline (Mrs. Milton) Thompson: "The Anniversary Psalm" Fifty years ago on this day vows were made that meant to say To each other the words "I Do" which simply explained "I Love You." Those simple words ex- changed with a kiss has brought you g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 June 1979

(niiiOTivffVfvn ff i vw -v F" -- v l T"- -t - w" -- Tw B;r"T "" T JT-Tiy--)p J J1T t r w- ir v w TT'"5TTI" Xj Tribune-Progress Thursday June 14 1979 Page 3 Holland City Council Civic Center Complete; HUD Grant Denied .y.-.JTixr-T7TJ.TJvTTTCTT7i7...i.LtAV (... .i . . .. .-..ji-j "li't'Ptr-w-l I m '?:W;fuhSBk' .jy VACATION MULE SCHOOL teachers Mrs. Bill Pierce Mrs. Robert Steglich and Drenda Shiplctt (left to right) are pictured holding some of the items their students made during the bible school which was held at the First Baptist Church of Bartlctt June 4-8. UIL Rule Explained The following news release was prepared by the state office staff of the University Intcrscholastic League: John was not an ex- ceptional athlete but he worked hard his sophomore and Junior years in ex- pectation of starting at fullback his senior season. Odds arc John would have started too had a more talented player from across town not decided to change to his school to get on a "better team." The new play...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 June 1979
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 June 1979

in 1 1 j m j 1 1 ui j immmmmmmmmmmwimmmmm PVVV?fVV9VPVPVVVeWlifVVVVMMVIMIlWPfMMfPIMIU -rr - s r jr s j s ti- ivy r 'KlVlVrftfVf rJw' .. Bartlett News Thursday June 7 Strangers 15 Warriors 4 The Bartlett Strangers banged out 23 hits to the pitching of Placldo Rodriguez Jr. and came out ahead 15-4. The Warriors got 9 hits off the winning pitcher Paul Luna. The Strangers Gene Vanck Wayne Davis and Houston Scott hit one home run each. Ralph Rivera and Wayne Davis were the leading batters for the Strangers. Ricky Solis and Gary Fischer led the Warriors at bat. Strangers 6 Lobos 5 The Lobos from Dartlctt came within one run of ticing the ball game against the Strangers last Thursday night. The Strangers led all the way and at the bottom of the 7th inning they were leading 6 to 2 when the Lobos banged out 5 straight hits to make the score C-5. Winning pitcher was Paul Luna while the Lobo's Duanc Mummey took the loss. (Spanky) Carter and Dale Dawson led the Lobos at bat. The Strangers' Fred...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 June 1979

Ay Mrs. Douglas ClIC(KEN ,IVERS N TOMATO SAUCE hicken livers is still :w of the best inflation 'ighters around. These delectablee, nutritious morsels can feed a family ,f four at less than the cost of a steak for one. Add a salad and rice or potatoes or noodles to ,-atisty even the heartiest of appetites. You'll need: 1 lh, fresh chicken livers 2 tbs. olive oil : 4 cup each finely chopped onion, celery and green pepper" 2 cups peeled tomatoes 1 bay leaf Salt and pepper to taste 4 cup vegetable oil 2 tbs. butter 4 tsp. dried rosemary Pick over chicken livers, cutting away mem- branes. Rinse with cold water. Drain. Heat olive oil in saucepan and add the onion, celery and TERRELL GRANITE WORKS Memorials For Those You Love MRS. CAROLE STARKE, Local Representative H.W. 'HAPPY' SMITH Owner 2914 South Gen. Bruce - Temple - 773-5889 green pepper. Cook over low heat, stirring once or twice, until onions are transparent (about 5 minutes). Add the tomatoes, bay leaf, salt and pepper. Bring to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 June 1979

CELEBRATE WITH ~ l -) Yes We Sell Retail at GEORGETOWN San Gabriel Meat Co. Grout d Beef $179V Boneless ChUkJRoajt $159s Beef Round Steak ..W199 Western Week in Georgetown kicks off race". Also, some older group will run Pork Chops (center cut) $179 Friday June 15 with a Cutting Horse Contest wheelbarrow races. Sliced SlabBacon $119 beginning at 8:00 p.m. in the Williamson The XMR Cowgirl-Cowboy Review will fresh BBQ Links $15 9 County Sheriff Posse Arena in the San Gabriel begin at 8:00 p.m. This event is sponsored by Coming Soon Our Own "Old Hickery Hill" Park. Saturday, June 16, at 8:00 a.m. the Xi Mu Rho Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Smoked Products Annual Williamson County Sheriff Posse Sorority of Georgetown. Entry fee is $10.00 * Smoked Chicken *Ol SausagesyHl"PrStraJn 6 t80 ~m h iM h hpe fBt im SSmoked Chickens * Sausages Quarter Horse Show will be held in the arena and winners will receive trophies and lots of f Hams * Jerky in San Gabriel Park. gifts donated by Georgetown Merc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 June 1979

' Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 14 1979 MMftacxmiaMMMifiiio BARTLETT AND HOLLAND FOLKS WELCOME TO GEORGETOWN K Faz5aas Saeasj 2 NORTH 81 TU r -4 Wednesday June 27-The first annual Beauty Contest and Race for Williamson County Armadillo will be held at 6:30 p.m. Prizes will be awarded to the "cutest" and "fastest" armadillo. Then at 8:00 p.m. the Debonaires will present the very best in Country Music at a free street dance. Wear your boots and help smooth out the street! Thursday June 28 is Parade Day. The Williamson County Sheriff Posse and Greater Georgetown Area Chamber of Commerce are sponsoring the Annual Rodeo Parade to begin from the San Gabriel Park at 4:30. Line up time for judging is 3:30 p.m. The registration table will be located on Morrow Street just off Austin Ave. (Hwy. 81 N) The Williamson County Sheriff Posse will have a Barbeque Supper in the San Gabriel Park immediately after the parade. Come by and have a bite to eat before the 36th Annual Williamson Count...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 June 1979
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 June 1979

v r Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 14 1979 FESTIVAL (Continued from Page 1) the Little League and cold drinks by the 4-H Club. The Senior Citizens will sponsor a country store featuring fresh vegetables canned goods baked goods and handmade items. The Kuhlmann Civic Center will be on location for the Arts & Crafts Fair. Anyone desiring information about a booth should contact Mrs. W. E. Dantzler at 657-2331. Holland's Volunteer Fire Department will begin serving up delicious barbecue plates with all the trimmings at 11:00 a m. Iced tea and barbecue sandwiches will also be available. Tables and chairs will be set up in the fire station for eating comfort. Barbecue to go will be for sale on the south side of the fire station. Any money made by the fire department will go toward meeting operating expenses. The school will sponsor a carnival Just south of the stage which will provide of fun for youngsters and the young-at-hcart. The Corn Festival beer stand will be located b...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 June 1979

It I I I I I I. jHT ill ro l' l.hfl I I MM M ( HI 1 F"" J-I"A "! If ..l I I M sSaVM a . i hi vaVBH l'l'lal Hv Ti laW' n"i m if ..i...' ( I I MmM .. t. JtI"W V A 111 I JR". ''!'t . ' t'"liirT- A. J bb- Classified Advertising Rate 6 cents per word. 1 20 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance The Tribune Progrcs will not be responsible for more than one In- correct Insertion ANTENNA SALES and INSTALLATION - Call l Doug Thaler Western ' Auto Bartlett 527-3048. ' -tf SAVE $150.00 on our best 19" Color Portable TV with remote control. Still in warranty. Western Auto Bartlett. tf-chg. HAPPY FATHER'S DAY TO our Ducllto Mclchor Mesa with all our love. Louis Elizabeth & Donna Marie Gucrra. G-14-79-chg. JOHNSON TIRE Cull us for all sizos of farm Iraclor & imlpo- mont tiros & tubos. 352-3321 FM13313M.E.Hwy.95 For your Lifo Insurance SEE Clifton Martinets Local Roprosontativo SPJST Lifo Insurance Call 657-2220 HOME IMPROVEMENT CENTER Hwy 95 And Clark St. PH...

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