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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 July 1979
Publication Title: Tribune-Progress
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 July 1979
Publication Title: Tribune-Progress
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 July 1979
Publication Title: Tribune-Progress
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 2 August 1979

Truck Automobile Collision waky Ronnio 6-eo ''BMiutt TX 76511 Greg Dawson Escapes Injury In Wreck 9v bbbbWSRbPi sKssm ASk vhhmI MfTMTm M il rows BBBBBBBBBBBBwiZr'feFBBr sJtY" . ittRmfrmtSr By GEOHGE FEBGUSON THRALL Five of seven occupants pf a Grand Prix automobile were injured in a grinding crash with a large tractor-trailer truck loaded with mllo on U.S. 79 Highway here about 11 p.m. Wed- nesday according to Texas Highway Patrolman Rod Davis. Driver of the large truck identified as Gregory Dawson 21 of Bartlctt was not Injured the trooper said. Injured In the automobile totally demolished In the collision were the drivci Marjorle Hcnzc 33 Elgin; Dionisio Rodcla 2G Elgin; L. C. Hobbs 53 Elgin; W. James Smith 41 McDadc; and Sherry Hcnzc 12 Elgin Davis said. AH were taken to Johns Community Hosptial Taylor by Emergency Medical Service ambulance where they were treated and released the highway patrolman said. Apparently the driver of the car was the most seriously hurt of the five per...

Publication Title: Tribune-Progress
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 2 August 1979

V Poge2Thursday August 2 1979 Living Bridal Tea Fetes Miss Pavlasek ONE-YEAR OLD Lauren Taislcr celebrated her first birthday at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Taislcr on July 25th. Attending were Courtney and Clinton the honorcc's sister and brother; Monty Kenncy Timmy and Tony Taisler Albert Barker Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thiel her grandparents Mrs. Tilly Taisler her grandmother and her great- grandmother Mrs. Mary Willis. piiHtP t HPH Births IUKTIIDAY Kenneth Taislcr celebrated his 15th birthday July 16. He is the son of Jesse Taisler of Bartlctt. Attending were his brothers Timmy Tony and Monty; Courtney Clinton and Lauren Taislcr Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Taisler and Mrs. Tilly Taislcr of Bartlctt. Mr. and Mrs. Lcn Estus and Tcrrl announce the arrival of Kirk Haydcn weighing 7 pounds 6'4 oun- ces born on Monday July 23 at 4:30 p.m. at Kings Daughtcis Hospital in Temple. Grandparents arc Mrs. Kirk Knight of Bartlett and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Estus of Lafayette Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Tribune-Progress
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 2 August 1979

Tribune-Progress Thursday August 2 1979 Page 3 jr 'HbbbVL JBBBBT PBBBM --U r QLLtariliflMP I LBBBBBLH 'Cotton Jenny' Charms Texas Operaland Crowd TUNING UP "Cotton Jenny" tunes her fiddle backstage before performing at the Texas Operaland last Saturday night. The talented performer is originally from Oklahoma and is part Choctaw Indian. Recipe Corner 1 LH 1 XL. vfH I BjljSBbBBM J- i W i"i bbbb flBFaSi wJM98BBBBBBBBBBBB1 Mrs. Howe Favors Baked Corn Hy HETTY HILL This weeks favorite recipe is submitted by Mrs. J. H. Howe of Holland. HAKEDCOUN 1 large can cream style corn 2slice3brcad 1 cup sweet milk 2 eggs '.4 stick oleo (melted) Salt and pepper to taste Soak bread in milk until able to mash with fork. Beat eggs add to bread mixture add corn melted butter salt and pepper. Pour into casserole dish and bake in oven at 375 degrees for 30 minutes or until brown. Serve warm. Mrs. Erma Howe stays very busy as a housewife and is also very active In her church she has taught the Daorcas Sund...

Publication Title: Tribune-Progress
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 2 August 1979

- frum!!imsmmmmemm tin p Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 2 1979 7 'rib une -Progress USPS Dartlttt Tribune Holland Progreti All opinion and viewpoint In the Tribune Progrew do not necejsarlly repretent the editorial opinion ot thl newpaper Publlthed weekly In Bartlctt Texa 7M11 by Taylor Newspaper Inc.. Taylor Texa Second clat pottage paid at Dartlett Texa 74111 STAFFMEMBERS Mr. Dorothy Jean Dartlett Temple Kaltut Mr. Deity Hill Mr DarbaraHIII Ronnie Perky RemlroCortet Jimmy Howell Subscription Rale 4 50 per year In Dell Milam and Williamson Counties $5 per yeareliewhere Any erroneou reflection upon the character or reputation of any peron firm or corporation which may appear In the column of the Tribune Progre will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention of the editor Potmaler II undellverable lend Form 3579 to Tribune Progre Dartlett Texa 765)1 Circleville Philosopher (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Johnsongrnss farm on the San Gabriel ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 2 August 1979

KJLaker's Tournament Cancelled Until Aug. 11-12 TK" f"Wm" AC Thursday. August 2 1979 Page si HKBjt BflBBBBBSik " 'vsS'xBHHBBBBBn HpmFfHBk VKMuBHBBlBBBBa v Hk' IbbbbbLV BBV'BBBK9U.BBBHBfl Bartlett Softball News ERNEST 1IAIIDY plays for the Bartlett Strangers. His batting average Is around .500 and he plays right field very well. Hardy and the rest of the Strangers won two 1 games from the Lakers last Thursday night. Local Team Scores Wednesday July 25 Warriors 19 Rangers 8 fit' mP Rangers 8 Warriors 5 Thursday July 26 Strangers 15 Lakers 9 Strangers 1G Lakers 7 Monday July 30 Warriors G Good Olc Roys 3 Bartlett Lakers Cancel Tourney Until Aug. 11-12 Billy Crathcrs manager of the Lakers cancelled their tournament until next weekend August 1M2. The reason the tournament was cancelled was the fact that Granger is also hosting a softball tournament this weekend August 4-5. Look In the Tribune- Progress next week for a bracket showing the times and the teams that play each other. Warriors...

Publication Title: Tribune-Progress
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 2 August 1979

' 1 f 1 -- -i v " m 1 'jnn v-v- --v-s Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 2 1979 Bartlett Chamber Sponsors Homecoming Slogan Contest Residents of Bartlett and the Bartlett trade area arc eligible to win the $50.00 prize that goes to the person who submits the best entry In the Bartlett Chamber of Com- merce's 1980 Homecoming Slogan Contest. The Chamber said the contest is open to all residents regardless of age and there is no limit to the number of entries a person may submit. The slogan should be ten words or less and something about Texas Opcraland or fiddling should be mentioned in the slogan. Deadline for entering the contest is September 15 1979. BARTLETT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1080 Bartlett Homecoming SLOGAN CONTEST ENTRY BLANK NAME. ADDRESS. TELEPHONE NO. SLOGAN ( 10 Words or Less) Entry blank should be filled out and mailed to Bartlett Chamber of Commerce Bartlett Texas 76511. All entries must be postmarked by September 15 1979. v TERRELL GRANITE WORKS I Memorials For Thos...

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

Tribune-Progress Thursday Augusl2 1979 Page? frf i mr . -(?'Ati-J.i ' nlnL Will Five Ways To Conserve Water People who want to be water wise around the home only have to remember five baste conservation tips according to the American Water Works Association. There are plenty of other things that can be done the Association points out but these five will ensure that Bartlett Visitors A WATERMELON? No it is an 184 pound mushmclon that Hugo Kunz of Bartlett found growing on his property north of Bartlett bciow Lutheran Church hill. Kunz said the mushmclon came up volunteer and It was the biggest one he had ever seen. Mr. "and Mrs. Glenn Scale of San Antonio visited in Bartlett last week with his mother Mrs Viola Scale. Mrs. Scale and her daughter Mrs. Dorothy Watson of Austin accompanied them to San Antonio for a weekend visit. Visitors of Mrs. Robert Spicgclhauer in Bartlett were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stokes Mr. and Herman Lange and Mrs. Cora Beyers allofBallingcr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 2 August 1979

x- --r--'--"(-tiH Page B Tribune-Progress Thursday August 2 1979 4-Hers Briefed On Energy Picture DRIVELINE HbrV ifA' &&Xf vJl 'l HOUSTON As far as the energy situation in the United States is concerned "we can't have our cake and cat it too." That was the overriding thought that seemed to flow throughout discussions at the 1979 Texas 4-H Congress at the Shamrock Hilton Hotel here last week July 19-22. More than 500 4-H mem- bers from throughout Texas as well as a host of adult leaders and county agents with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service heard a number of officials give their views on our nation's energy situation. And for the most part they painted a rather dim picture. Dr. John McKetta an engineer at the University of Texas who served on several energy policy committees under the Nixon and Ford Administrations said that "we are facing a great upheaval in our society due to the energy situation. We want plenty of energy but we don't want to make some of the sacri...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 2 August 1979

H?w?.'? otBH IIIB H 1 '"" tr ..'..' .1 l l ' V-.-. '".fr-nv T&i&&: i v frjjvjj-v i i i i i i. Classified Advertising Rate 6 cenls 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 In correct Insertion. ANTENNA SALES and INSTALLATION - Call Doug Thaler Western ( Auto Bartlett 527-3848. tf ROAD GRAVEL AND GOOD YARD DIRT. Contact Wayne Goodnight Holland 657-2235. You Call We Haul. tfc. FOR SALE: Clean 1957 Chevrolet pickup deluxe cab. Running condition. Call 657-2311 Holland after f 6:30 p.m. and anytime Sat. andSun. 8-2-79-chg. FARM TIRE SALE FM1331 352-3321 Call ahead for your size. JOHNSON TIRE CO. FARMERS MUTUAL R.V.O.S. FIRE & THEFT AND EXTENDED COVERAGE Soo CLIFTON MARTINETS Solos Roprosontativv and Adjuster Lodgo No. 83 657-2220 Holland HOME IMPROVEMENT CENTER Hwy 95 And Clark St. PHONE 527-4360 Has all your Home Decorating Needs for sale Hours: 8:30-4:30 -Mon.-Fri. Ope...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 2 August 1979

3CT5!! 9"?" IIBIWJIU Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 2 1979 Parity And Its Alternatives COLLEGE STATION "Parity" continues to be a "burning issue" in farming circles but there arc some alternatives believe a pair of economists with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service Texas A&M University System. Parity a major farm policy focal point refers to prices which would give agricultural products the same purchasing power per unit for goods and services used in production and family living as the products had in an earlier time period. The theory of parity came about this way according to Drs. William E. Black and Ron Knutson. Following World War I farm prices fell relative to all commodity prices. During the 1920s an agricultural economist at Cornell University conceived the theory basing it on August 1909-July 1914 prices because farm commodity prices were relatively stable then. The 1933 Agricultural Adjustment Act formally named parity as a federal policy goal. All agr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 9 August 1979

mmmmmmmmm wrnmmmmMMfmfmfwmffymftmmmvmfrtffm vrf ry-w v" ' w ''" tX r r swjwaai TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlett Texas 7G511 Thursday August 9 1979 VOLUME 92 NUMBER 43 16 Pages In 2 Sections 817-527-1124 FIFTEEN CENTS Death Ruled Accidental Fire Claims Life Of Lorenzo Harris BHQiill'flBlKll BHBIffliWSiT t HnBwiTi SUPER STAR SQUAI The 1979 Bnrtlctt High School Cheerleaders won n super star squad ribbon a spirit stick four superior ribbons and one outstanding ribbon at the National Cheerleaders Association Camp held on the campus of Texas Lutheran College at Seguln July 30- August 3. Leading the cheers at all Bartlett Bulldog football games this fall will be pictured above bottom to top Head cheerleader Tish Ovcrby Anna Luna Lori Thaler and Carol Sartor. On the left Is Tammy Williams and pictured on the right is Dcbra Gllden. Dy JIMMY HOWELL The remains of 47-year-old Lorenzo Harris were found laying among the burned-out ruins of his home In Happy Hollow just ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 9 August 1979

" n.i- ...... i ... i . .1 1'1.'.J..'- -ii . i Page 2 Thursday August 9 1979 Living Supply List For Elementary Students Memorials The Holland Volunteer Fire Department received memorials this week in memory of Bobbie S. Wen- dler. Memorials were received from Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lilcs and from Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Bcnncr. Barbara Hill Elementary Principal at Holland Elementary School has released the following supply list for students in the elementary grades. KINDKItGAHTEN Large pencil Large crayons glue School box or cigar box FIRST GHADE One tablet L (lstgrade manuscript) No. 2 pencils Eraser Pointed scissors Glue Crayons One colored folder Utility plastic bag with zipper (optional) SECOND GRADE Crayons Big Chief tablet Glue Pointed Scissors Two No. 2 pencils Eraser School box or cigar box One shorthand or stenographer's notebook. TIIIIM) GRADE Loose leaf notebook Notebook paper Subject dividers Two No. 2 pencils Crayons Pointed scissors Red ball point pen Eraser Ruler (Inches and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 9 August 1979

S'r' J'ri f r r i Tribune-Progress Thursday August 9 1979 Page 3 Free Drivers Ed Class Attend Funeral SUMMER SPECIAL Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Mnri. The Texas Dcpt. of Public Safety and the Taylor Neighborhood Center will hold a drivers education class on August 1314 and 15. It will be held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Southslde Center located at 701 Bland St. (corner of Strugis & Rio Grande) This class is free to anyone 16 and older and Interested in obtaining n valid driver's license. For more in- formation contact the Neighborhood Center by calling 352-5523 or come by 20 Gym Street Taylor. In Bartlett call 817-527-4341; In Granger call 859- 2691; In Georgetown call 863- 5010 and in Round Rock call 255-2202. dux Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ward and Mrs. Francis Von Stoch were in Copperas Cove last Thursday to attend funeral services for their brother in law William H. Mathcnia. Mr. Mathcnia 58 died following a short illness Survivors include his widow Mrs. Hallie Mathcnia; two sons; a daughte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 9 August 1979

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 9 1979 Tribune -Progress USPS 044100 Dartlett Tribune founded In 1886 Holland ProgrtM founded In l?l All opinion and viewpoint In the Tribune Progress do not necessarily represent tne editorial opinions of this newspaper Published weekly In Dartlett Texas 76511 by Taylor Newspapers Inc Taylor Texas Second class postaoe paid at Oartlett Texas 7JI I STAFFMEMBERS Mrs Dorothy Jean Dartlett Temple Kallus Mrs Betty HMI Mrs Barbara Mill Ronnie Persky Ramlro Cortes Jimmy Howell Subscription Rates 4 50 per year In Bell Milam and Williamson Counllesi $ per year elsewhere Any erroneous rellecllon upon the character or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention ol the editor Postmaster Texas76Slt If undellverable send Form 157? to Tribune Progress Oartlett va' " V T T Circleville Philosopher (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher o...

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

Bartlett Softball News jTic Tribune-Progress Local Team Scores -. . ... ... . ---..-. i. -.i --...-.. n HiV "W rf""l'i" C ThursdayAugusl01979'F5Bc5E Thursday August 2 Granger Panthers IG Strangers 9 Granger Panthers 2 Strangers I Saturday August 1 Warriors C No Name 1 Warriors 11 Wlsky Rivers 4 Sunday August 5 Thorndalc3 Warriors 0 Panthers 11 Warriors 2 rwv L Strangers To Enter Panther's Tournament The Bartlett Strangers have been invited to the Granger Panther's Softball tournament to be held August 18-19 It was not known at press time Wednesday whether any other local Bartlett teams had been entered. How many teams the tournament will consist of or the number of trophies to be given was also not known. iiwismftii Can you find at least 25 five- letter words In the following Sportsword? No proper nouns or plural endings. PASSCATCHER (In football a pass receiver.) odBJ3 odosg UDiau isaun jojev ipnoji G3u3 lassy ipwo rindy na IJuoji oqooQ BSOJJ d8J1S W.3B9J BSOJJ 01J M3WJ OiBS tlDBSJ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 9 August 1979

Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 9 1979 r t t C-CVViu' Nothing Patterns thnt arc cstab- brother who was Injured by lished early in life become lightning" she explained part of our beings. "and whenever a storm A woman in her 70s told would come she would take me recently that over since me to the closet under the she was a small girl she has stairs and we would sit shak- had an inordinate fear of nt: in the dark until It jt lightning. passed." "How did you become so How can K- frightened of storms?" I with such asked her. way is to "My grandmother had a hands. This series of church ads is sponsored by the undersigned business institutions and Holland and Bartlett churches in the interest of better church attendance. They invite you to attend the church of your choice on Sunday the church needs you; you need the church: Holland Realty Hollnml C. F. Hill Grain Co. Bartlctt First National Bank Holland Hill Ford Inc. Bartlctt The Silver Spur Holland Saage & Associates Bartlct...

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

Tribune-Progress Thursday August9 1979 Page7 TRIBUNE PROGRESS i i i i i i. n V .'i r ""; LBifl l 1 tag ( II I w'jix."i wmS.. I I J Srfl I'KK I Ml Pfeil K I & (M . i j' . . r.;nBRHMHHHHHHHBHHHHHHHHHV'irTHrfr-.T sr-ie- 4ffff&HHHHi - . ""fTaT r'v'j'-fr:?'.' f "it ftj Ji. .'oirniMidMMBIHHIHHHHIHHHIHiHBHHHIHiHkS'MJ L 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 tie responsible for more than one in- correct Insertion ANTENNA SALES and INSTALLATION - Call v Doug Thaler Western Auto Bartletl 527-3848. If ROAD GRAVEL AND GOOD YARD DIRT. Contact Wayne Goodnight Holland 657-2235. You Call We Haul. tfc. FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. Close to downtown. Stockton Real Estate. Call Alvln Marek 512-859-2111 or 817-527-3G95. 8-30-79 SAAGE & ASSOCIATES INC. INSURANCE f Iwl l I YOURM'V''" 1 I iJf ACfNT J k" 1 1 1 f I lf It I f DIAL 527-3337 Bartlott I I I I I J FOR SALE: 19G6 Buick. Needs r...

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