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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 July 1979
\XIIOiN "F\1II.Y- Bill lawhon Sr. left, RHnhbert Iawhon, RESIDENTIAL HOMESTEAD f EXEMPTIONS FOR 1979 i The Bell County Tax Assessor-Collector, acting for: The Temple Independent School District The Troy Independent School District The Rogers Independent School District The Salado Independent School District :The Holland Independent School District The Academy Independent School District hereby announces that all persons are entitled to receive and exemption of $5,000 from the market value of their residence homestead for the purpose of school taxes. In addition, all persons who are 65 or older or under a disability for purposes of payment of disability benefits under Federal Old- Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance are also entitled to an additional exemption of $10,000 from the market value of their residence homesteads for the purpose of school taxes. To qualify for these exemptions, an application must be filed with Bell County Tax Office by July 31st. Application forms are ...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 July 1979
Homestead Exemptions Explailned i~s 73A' :i4'+~_: . t/;'" TilE I)OG I)AYS- With the middle of July temperatures reaching the 100 degree level, many area citizens probably wish they could be like Sparky, a one-year-old Rat Terrier clog, who belongs to Mr. and Mrs. Albert I)aude of Bartlett. Mr. I)aude purchased a swimming pool for Sparky to cool off in during the "dog days" of July and August, and 'Iparky plays in the swimming pool every day SAN ANTO()NIO - The presidents, vice presidents, secretaries and treasurers from 156 Hermann Sons Lodges throughout the State will convene at Villita Assembly Building in San Antonio Sunday, July 15, for a ':tewide party launching a "ee-month membership npaign, Louis B. Engelke San Antonio, grand president, has announced. The annual affair is ex- pected to draw more than 600 persons from some 135 cities and towns in Texas, he said. Because of building space limitations, it is by invitation only. The pre-campaign gathering will give local leaders ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 19 July 1979
tiwwwmiw OmSima mWmr rm-vrrr v 'rrwffBiH"jrf Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday July 19 1979 Tribune -Progress &ZFJS&. tiMR HAMA JdAtHf'0 a t JS From Congressman JTflAk Marvin THV MfJA"T USPS 044100 Oartlett Tribune founded In 1114 Holland Prooreu founded In 1891 o All opinion end viewpoint In the Tribune Progrm do nol ntcttMrlly represent (be editorial opinions o( this newspaper i Published weekly In Bartlett Texas 74511 by Taylor Newspapers Inc. Taylor. Texas Second class poslaoe paid at Bartlett Texas 76511 STAFFMEMBERS Mrs Dorothy Jean Bartlett Mrs Betty Hill Mrs Barbara Hill Ronnie Persky RamlroCortei Jimmy Howell Subscription Rates 4 50 per year In Bell Milam and Williamson Countlest S5 per year elsewhere Any erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation ol any person firm or corporation which ma i appear In the columns of the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention of the editor Postmaster If undellverable send Form 1579 to ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 19 July 1979
SCAI_( -COU IA BY SUSA N LUXURY NIBBLES fOR GOOD DIETING When you're in the ,od for a binge or you allylly need a very special good treat, you should choose foods that feel in- dulgent but have low calorie counts. The trick is to know which foods you can binge on and which ones satisfy best. Here are some of my : favorites: \Vhen you're in the ,od for a bready, star- iby food, nothing beats good fresh breadsticks. The short ones have only about 10 calories--10 of them add just 100 calories to your daily tally--and the breadsticks made with artichoke meal available in health stores) have just 3 to 4 calories stick. he kind of crunch faction you get from Drench fries or handfuls of peanuts can be satisfied with crisp, fresh bean sprouts. A cup of raw bean sprouts has only 30 calories. Salt and pepper :- . m for added tastiness. sweet tooths aren't . i.ays satisfied with the conventional pears, ap- ples or oranges. For really sweet fruit eating, try watermNelon (30 calories in half a p...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 19 July 1979
. * i .~ r Little l)hry l Fauss of Houston spent this week in Bartlett with his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs T'homas McBay and Nancy D)arrell Townsend of Waco and Mrs. George Townsend of Bartlett spent the 4th of July with Mr, and Mrs. )ennis Howell in Temple, where they enjoyed a bar- becue dinner. Others visiting in the Howell home were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Townsend of Waco, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Cooksey and David of Jewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Meissner and Mrs. Dorthy Fritz of Temple. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Solis Sr., of Bartlett attended the funeral services of her aunt, Mrs. Voila Iosa in San Benito last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Swope Jr., and Patty Ann of Cameron have been visiting with their parents, Mrs. D. A. Swope, Mr. and Mrs. Edward (. Lindemann and her grandmother, Mrs. August C Lindemann. Mrs. Elmo Nicholson of Dallas has returned home after visiting in Bartlett with her mother, Mrs. Robert Spiegelhauer. Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Jones and sons, David and Stephen, of Odessa, spen...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 July 1979
rti :- . ..... .,.r' :Mrr r" va'A 4 if n -'..% , , : _ 1 e- .. . ". +s1 : '/ ' " as :, "+/ i . ,i, ; + " % + :.i ~ ,, : I/, 0 _____ 7\ .. l "'.i't' i 1 ,, hal ' 2. '+. " ... . . .. .. . .. . . .. . . 1 w , nora iIcLoud, Lionalid Davis Wed In Davilla 5ss Sabra Mcloud beck me the ride ol I)ona ldt ay I )a is : ,avilla recently at the D)avilla Baptist ('hurch. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. ('harles Meloud 4 Andice and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ('harles \lLoud of Andice and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. on Davis of l)avilla. t!e Rev. F. F. York of Dallas, uncle of the groom per KNOW THE TRUTH '''c shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." (John 8.32) SLAVE WOMAN ANI) FREE :WOMAN By IHomer Putnam Reeves, Miniister "Abraham had two sons, one (Ishlmael) by a handmaid and one (Isaac) by the free woman . .. Which things contain an allegory: for these women are two covenants.. ."(Gal. 4 :22-24.) ('f. (Gen. 16,21. An allegory is the description of o...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 July 1979
f ---- [ I'r. 'ii l \\ ill l" I1 - By Mrs',. Patritia VI illillan ;uests of Mrs. Bertha .,nzel were Nancy, ,en- jliiin, and Brad Ilill of Round Rock, 'l'om and Susan I'hompson of Iubbock, Mr ,tnd Mrs Rex Gaines of , land and I)ebra Moore of auple. Visitors of Bertha Frei ,,re Mrs Lewis Hoelscher of Temple, Bertha ltoelscher of Westphalia and Lucille i rlggman of Cyclone. \lrs. Jan Lindemann and \iIy of Russellville, Arkansas visited Alfred I ndemann. \lrs. W. L. Stuart Jr., of 1I balll visited Ruby Starke. Visiting Minnie Kelm were ;th and Brenda Kruger of ., Angelo and Mrs. Homer i ,ght of Taylor. ,'uests of Mrs. Hiram 'y lker were Mrs. John 'ilson of Belton, Pearl Burleson of Davilla and Ruth Williams of Alice. Mr and Mrs ,lim Lin denmann of Spring visited Sherbert Iindemnann. Mr and Mrs, Rex Gaines of Holland visited Mrs. Olin Spiegelhauer Mr. and Mrs leon Shannon of Academy visited l)ella Shannon and Hlomer Hlolden. Shelly Mayer of Austwell visited Maggie fielded Visitors of Eli...