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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 August 1979

Living/ '.ige 2, Thursday, August 3d 0. A, . . ,. Jackson exchanged nuptial . adding vows at the Doyle Hlouse in Symphony Square in lastingn in a 11 a.m. ceremony Saturday. Mike Renfro performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Marshall of t artlett and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jacksono n of Evant. The bride wore an original yellow silk dress with matching Miss Shelley Marshall, sister of the bride, served as maid f honor. Don Jackson, brother of the groom, was best man. Rice bags were distributed by Kim Marshall, sister of the ! win the ceremony an out-door reception was held at Vl-l,wini, the ceremony an out-door reception was held at Bee ('a~ ts at the grooms brother's office. The bride is a graduate of Bartlett and the Ulniversity of Texas, Austin. She is presently teaching English and Spanish at Johnson Hligh School in Austin. The bridegroom is also a graduate of the University of Texas, Austin, and is a safety engineer for th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 August 1979

* r; 4 4. 14.11 Sl iii), Augustd34.1, J ;9, 'a dg NNIVERSARY OBSERVANCE- Rev. G. A. Poehlmann, far left, conducts a short door service during the 25th anniversary reception given for the Rev. and C. H. Rose St. John Lutheran Church last Sunday, August 26. The couple is shown standing to Immediate right of Rev. Poehlmann. Now retired, Rev. Poehlmann conducted the marriagee service for the couple 25 years ago at Bethany Lutheran Church in 'dericksburg. * Sht wertner News MRS. .ER:\ SM1TI! a nd Miss ane Frits visited Mrs. rona Tschoerner at the southlandd Villa Nursing ,me in Terniple Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ross of w York City plans to spent t or Day weekend with her rents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ore. Mrs. Ross is em- ved with the Wilhelmina Keeling Agency and Mr. ss is vice-president of ring and Rubicam Ad- 2ency. Schwertner visited in Odessa last weekend. Mrs. Amanda Tschoerner returned home from Austin after visiting her sister, Mrs. Clara Valis. Mr. and Mrs. Don Reed and Amber of Hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 August 1979

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 30 1979 Tribune -Progress USPS 044100 Dtrtlett Tribune Holland Proorcst All opinion and viewpoint! In the Tribune Progress do not necessarily represent the editorial opinions of this newspaper. Published weekly In Oarllett Texas 7MII by Taylor Newspapers Inc. Taylor Texas. Second class postage paid at Dartlett Texas 7451 1. STAFFMEMOERS Mrs. Dorothy Jean Dartlett Temple Kallus Mrs. Detty Mill Mrs. Barbara Hill Ronnie Persky RamlroCortet Jimmy Howell Subscription Rates: 4 50 per year In Bell Milam and Williamson Countlesi ts per year elsewhere. Any erroneous reflection 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- If undellverable send Torm 357? to Tribune Progress Oarllett Texas 76511. Circleville Philosopher j Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Johnsongrass farm on...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 August 1979

HometS Perform Well The Tribune-Progress Against Troy Trojans By RONNIE PERSKY "I'm more impressed with them than I thought I'd be" Coach Gary Tyson said about his Holland Hornet football team after their first scrimmage with Troy last Friday in Holland. Although the Hornets did not score against the Class A Trojans Tyson was pleased with the overall per- formances of the offense. He said the offense normally comes around a lot slower than the defense but such was not the case with the Hornets Friday night. Senior tailback Kirk Goodnight lead the Hornet charge on the ground picking up 82 yards in 14 carries for a 5.8 average. Fullback Robert Wiley had 17 yards in 8 carries for a 2.1 and halfback Bobby Ferguson ran 4 times for 15 yards for a 3.9 average. Tyson said Alan Bland at tight end did "an outstanding job" as a pass receiver. Bland caught three out of four for 26 yards. With his main attention focused on trying oul the majority of his plays and checking out individual performa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 August 1979

Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 30 1979 VBS Ends Vacation Bible School was held August 20 thru August 24th at the Holy Temple Church of God in Christ in Dartlctt. There was a total enrollment of 75 who at- tended the school from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Theme of the school was "Gods Word - Your Door to Adventure." The prc-school was in- structed by Mrs. Narvcl Jones and Emra Mathls. They studied traveling with Bible Friends and made bean portraits money hands food OSCAR'S MOTOR CLINIC AND AUTO SUPPLY Your One-Stop Safety Check Muff lor Tailpipos Headlights and Bulbs Windshiold Wiper Blados and Arms Brako Shoos and Brako Parts. Vehicle Inspection Station No. 986 Bartlett's Independent Garage Since 1950 604 East RcllSt. Bartlett 527-3831 Holland Supply 302 East Front St. Holland Texas Featuring Farm & Ranch Supplies: Disc Harrow Blades Chisel Points & Sweeps Bedding Sweeps Lumber Negley Paints Plumbing & Electrical Fixtures Hardware Hand Tools Nuts & Bolts Nails We Mak...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 August 1979

I Bell Co. Sets Tax Hearing Bell County Com- missioners have set a public hearing on the proposed county property tax increase for Sept6mber 4 at the Bell County Courthouse starting at5:00p.m. The new rate and ratio would be a total of 92 cents per $100 valuation on a 36 percent ratio. Of the 92 cents 80 cents is for the general fund and 12 cents for the maintenance fund. The new tax level represents a 9.1 percent Increase in taxes over the 1978-79 fiscal year. Commissioners have ap- proved a $6.8 million budget for the new fiscal year. The public hearing is required under provisions of the truth-in-taxation law which took effect this year. ov me sawysDE 1970 McN.ught Syod. Inc. 41 F "You can't get tho gas tank filled but you don't have any troublo filling your tnnkl" AT nAUTLETT JAYCKES- Street dance was held Friday night in downtown Bartlett with music furnished by Jodie Jay and the Silvcrtoncs. Couples pictured above dancing and listening to the country and western music are Mr. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 August 1979

Pages Tribune-Progrew Thursday August 30 1979 . .aJMSSnS 7l9adzte Bv FANNIE GLEESON t L J " liiT ijMMi 'HlWi IIIMI - T" Z23l rr ''! rWltt J'rfF' ." P RA'S OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH and their families attended a Ranger baseball game last week. Pictured above are the ones that attended. Seated on the ground are left to right Shannon Stroud David Lange Cynthia Elliott Danny Johnson Richard Thomas Samuel Elliott Eddie Thomas Daniel Blair Burl Sowers Don Tabor Lance Thomas John Elliott Kevin Kurtz Arthur Willis Brandon Houston Ted Gaines Shelley Thomas Jill Koonson Alfred Duggar Standing left to right Matthew Spinn Randy Baggcrly John Daguc David Honey Brandon Spinn Darren Stroud Michael Koonson Scott Stroud Kenneth Thomas Mr and Mrs. Pat Elliott. Right to left Mrs. Jay Thomas Mrs. Pauline Stroud Mrs. Edna To hold this down . . - " tettzy Stroud Alana Gaines Kim Tabor Nellie Tabor Linda Gaines Diana Blair Donna Hancy Mr. and Mrs Wayne Spinn. Left to right Dlania Stroud Steve Blair Tcddie G...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 August 1979

i i i i i 9HP U li i??TcJar W TmI-. i m Hovi 1X:IH I Km I J J I R1 1 k 1 flB :;r.syr M Ml 1 ill Ml. S f. i w".aA 1 J my '-" '? vrPBBHHHHIHHHHHHHHHHHHH HMI v Classified Advertising Rate 6 cents per word. 1 .20 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progress will nol be responsible for more than one In- correct Insertion i. CITY BARBER SHOP HollnmlTcxas Men Women & Childrens Haircuts Opeii Tues. thru Fri. 7:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. Open Saturdays 7:00 a.m.-12:00 noon John Mugnaii'Owncr p tMtnmc GENE B. MEWHINNEY CO. Your Home Town Agent for Old Line Fire Auto & Casualty Ins. SAAGE & ASSOCIATES INC. INSURANCE DIAL 527-3337 Batllolt Off. J. G. KUBALA DR. BEN KUBALA -Optometrists 10th and North Main Taylor-352-2861 DEPENDABLE-CAPABLE SINCERE SERVICES Big Salactkxi oJ From Ciostd Thursday and Saturday Afternoons Dr. Geo. C. Fowler -Chiropractor-office Hours Monday Thursday Friday 8:30-noon-:-z:oo-a:oo Tuesday - open until noon Wednesday 8:30-no...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 August 1979
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 6 September 1979

mmmmmmimmmnmmmmmmmmmvmw mmumvmvm Jpersky nonnla 6-80 Bartlett TX 76511 4k"- TRIBUNE - PROGRESS I Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartletl Texas 76511 Thursday September 6 1979 VOLUME 92 NUMBER 47 42 Pages In 3 Sections 817-527-4424 FIFTEEN CENTS DENISESr'lEGEMIAUEll.nAKTl.ETT Chairman of the Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon for Muscular Dystrophy is pictured above receiving pledges on the telephone from area residents who pledged $G00.00 towards the fight against MD. Dcnisc said she wanted to thank Bobby Hill of Hill Ford Inc. for the use of their facilities and all the workers who helped her Cystic Fibrosis Campaign To Begin Sept. 24 The 1970 Kiss-A-Iinby Week Campaign of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation begins September 24th in the Bartlett Area and Chairman Reverend Tony Hargrove is asking volunteers to donate their time to fund raising activities. "I'm looking for people who can give a little of their time so that millions for lung-damaged children across the United States can live l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 6 September 1979

T7ic Tribune-Profiress- ' Page 2Thursday September 1979j Bunte And Benner Reunion Living Luncheon Fetes Miss Pauscwang Miss Pattl Pauscwang of Holland was honored with a bridal luncheon Sunday in the Garden Room of the Mill Creek Country Club in Salado by Mrs. James "Bubba" Hill. The luncheon table set to over-look Salado Creek was covered with a white linen cloth and centered with an arrangement of fresh flowers carrying out the blrdc's chosen colore peach and ivory. A luncheon buffet was served to the honorcc Pattl; Mrs. A. J. Pauscwang of Holland her mother; and Mrs. Horace Andrews of Temple mother of the bridegroom. Also the bride's sislcrs Miss Becky Pauscwang and Mrs. Judy Shower Fetes Miss Pausetvang I Miss Patty Pauscwang bride-elect of Brian Andrews was honored with a rice bag and personal shower on Tuesday evening Aug. 28 at the home of Mrs. It. C. Hill Jr. Hostesses were Mrs. Wilson Johnson Jr. and Mrs. II. C. Hill Jr. The honorcc's chosen colors of peach and ivory were u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 6 September 1979

11 SSw "ML " T1I iO Thursday September 6 1979 Page 3 ; PRACTICE MAKES PEFtFECT Jon Marc Goodnight hands off to David Walker during football drills at Holland last week. Goodnight a freshman will start at quar- terback for Holland this Friday when the Hornets take on Lomcta. Walker a senior will start at defensive halfback where he earned the honor of All-District honorable mention last year. DON'S BARBECUE 117 Wost Travis (Downtown Holland) -LIVE ENTERTAINMENT- Back By Popular Domand MARVIN On Tho Guitar Sunday Sept. 9th-7:Q0 to 12:00 p.m. POOL TOURNAMENT Sunday Sept. 9th 3:00 p.m. GRANGER AUTO SUPPLY GARY L. STEGLICH Owner AUTOMOTIVE PARTS 8. ACCESSORIES GENERAL REPAIR SERVICE BRAKE&FRONTSUSPENSION SPECIALIST WELDING & CUSTOM METAL WORK WRECKER SERVICE AVAILABLE 202E..DavIlloSt. Granger Texas Phone: 859-2712 Night: 859-2872 PUBLIC NOTICE Lone Star Gas Company In accordance with Section 43(a) of Article 1446c V.A.T.C.S. hereby gives notice of the Company's Intent to Imple- m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 6 September 1979

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 6 1979 Trib une -Progress SksmruG!?1 lLflS7a BsqqGbsod Watching Washington It was near midnight on December 27 1974. S A U.S. Postal Service truck was rolling along Interstate 20 through the West Texas desert near I'yotc. Among other things it was carrying a Federal Reserve System shipment of more than 570000 in cash. Suddenly the driver told au 1W xxn-k eweM rtWvWW USPS 044800 Darlletl Tribune founded In 1484. Holland Progren founded In IBM All opinion nd vlewpolnU In the Tribune Progren do nof necemrlly repreent the editorial oplnlonjol this newpper Publljhed weekly In Dartlett T 74511 b Taylor Newjpapen Inc. Taylor Texas Second clan postage paid at Dartlett Texas 7451 1. STAFFMEMDERS Mr. Dorothy Jean Dartlett Temple Kaltut Mr. Getty Mill Mrs Barbara Hill Ronnie Penky RamlroCortei Jimmy Howell Subscription Ratei: U 50 per year In Bell Milam and Williamson Counties; 15 per year elsewhere. Any erroneous reflection upon the character or repu...

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

liHIMMIMJMHMMlMfVWmiJip 1 Bulldogs To Meet Hippos Friday Night l Sports Thursday September 6 1979 Pngc5 IDS Tribune-Progress Football Predictions H X u Ttmalf Kallui Dcraffiy Jean Bartlett tennle Pinky Jimmy Howtll Raymond Ltni Bartlttl Banktr Stanlty Koonitn Holland Oroctr - - - HD' ' TV"WWPra& $& T-TTrMlMWBMM V" '" "-I rij 'ik l& v IZ Li KT IP! aEkt"XiaLH BSaBaBaBBsSL sBIm EmrBaP'''VeeBaVB IjTiaTiaTiaTiaTiaTiaTiiiiflBL B JKt aTiiiaTLy MK BULLDOG COACHES- Russell Roberts (kneeling) t Franklin Jones (on the left) and Jerry Smallcy have been working the Bulldogs for four weeks In preparation for tomorrow night's season opener. Roberts Is beginning his first year as head coach at Bartlctt while Jones and Smallcy arc starting their second and sixth years as Bulldog assistant coaches. 8:00 P.M. Kick-Off Bartlett Bulldogs Host Hutto Hippos Friday By JIMMY HOWELL Nine seniors and two sophomores will be in the starting offensive line-up when Coach Russell Roberts' District 28-A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 6 September 1979

Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 6 1979 v IMi $& M ri WE'Vi: kaJto "a V Ltblj a I7.HQM -OTufiH'l mwS u BrlEwJlwiiu' J 1 L.IUT! (mC -. tiiiuni Pfc TCB ?"JHSh VW JIA. tw V- JAM V -r: flKz?"i j?i MK.K J. A 1979-80 Holland Hornet Rooster No. N.m. Pol. Wt. CH. I CMrllt Btxnlghl TB U $0. I JUtiutinbrsr E 107 Fr. 7 David Wilktr OB Ml Sr. RobtrtWHty F ' ' 10 Bobby Ftrguion JB lit $r. II OrtVolnoy E III Fr. 11 DonKollui E US So. 14 JonMrcOKK)nlghl OB Ml Fr. It RoyJohmon E lit Fr. 10 JohnRtlxl E 14t Jr. 11 Altn Blind E US Sr. 15 RoyByrd FB 111 Jr. 40 JiyTlllow SB 147 So. 41 DructPirklm FB 111 So. 44 Kirk Ooodnlght TB 111 Sr. SO PaulBtln C 14) Jr. IS Doug Sovtnon T 111 So. M Oory Doikocll " Jr' I Mark Karl O 111 Jr. 14 Scott Baggtrly C 1SS So. 15 Dtnnlt Blair O 1SI Jr. it Sttvtn Sladtctk O 1S7 So. 70 TtrryJohrnon T ItJ Sr. 71 Randy Doikocll T 171 Jr. 77 Rai Roiincram T 111 Sr. II KtvlnBinntr E 111 So. Scores of Each Game Holland Lometa The 1979-80 Fighting Hornets Holland Hornets...

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

rt f HOLLAND FOOD MART AND WASHERTERIA SPECIAL OF THE MEK! Coke-Sprite-Rondo 12 oz. can Hoi Only 6 pk$1.29 SPECIALS GOOD SEPTEMBER 6-12. 1979 Fresh Meats and Produce' Magazine Rack SLUSH PUPPIES HOT SANDWICHES Beer Picnic and Fishing Supplies In Stock Red Wiggler Fishing Worms STORE HOURS Open Seven Days Per Week STORE WASHERTERIA Monday-Saturday 6 :30a.m. -10 :00p.m. 6:30a.m.-9:30p.m. Sunday 8 :00a.m. -10 :00p.m. 8:00a.m.-9j30p.m. LONGER STORE HOURS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE HOLLAND TEXAS All-Seasons Storm Window Mfg. Co. was proud to have been selected to install 100 aluminum replacement windows in the Bartlett Elementary School. Can We Do The Same For You? pMCi-v. fc .MEM I g BBBtfaHS pIWR W Wk dERRfi ESSE l3HHfl ESrSS Hv V EEnSifl mobmmhm m Fast Service Call Collect 1-699-2525 Killeen Texas I would like a free estimate on aluminum: replacement windows for my house or i business... Name Address City State. Mail To: 431 N. 38th St. All Seasons Killeen Texas 76541 hffr if wJ This jm sig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 6 September 1979

Page B Tribune-Progress Thursday September C 1979 o 0B4 f y. A .J4f Wa BARTLETT BULLDOGS VS. HUTTO HIPPOS FRIDAY NIGHT SEPTEMBER 7 BULLDOG FIELD 8:00 P.M. A r IBIaHBOtlPrrriHVHrinlrh kfe Qi IW c.mlLdrtmWzMlSmJ. ;JA"m4 jM to liU JO BWPfr fJJk!!iaJlrrTMWlfflE jiaP.-l BR r3 T5BhIb''J&3IL JMe liiliK The 1979-80 Fighting Bulldogs 1979 Bartlett High Football Schedule 1979 HAHTI.ETT liUIXDOG FOOTIS AM. SCHEDULE Date Opponent Place Sept. 7 Ilutto Here Sept. 14 Thrall There Sept. 21 Manor Here Oct. 5 Rogers Hero Oct. 12 Liberty Hill There Oct. 19 Troy (Homecoming) Here Oct. 2G Granger There Nov. 2 Academy There Nov. 9 Thorndale Here Nov. IG Florence There Non-District games begta at B p.m. and all district games begin at 7:30 p.m. Denotes District Games I I 1 I I I I I I I I I 1 I Scores Of Each Game Bartlott Hutto f(fmttfniiiiimttnif.tttttTttirrc 1979-80 Bartlett Bulldog Rooster NAME Rob Ford LoilleWllllaml OaryFlicher Ronald Olover JohnRlchey Rey Perei Brent Daugherty Brian Hlckt OaryM...

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

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

Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 6 1979 Obituaries Mrs. Whittington Funeral services for Mrs. A. P. (Vena) Whittington 84 of Holland were held at 3 p.m. Wednesday in the Val Verde Baptist Church In Val Verde with the Rev. Edward Mercer officiating. Mrs. Whittington died Monday night in the Bartlctt Nursing Home. Burial was in the Val Verde Cemetery. Mrs. Whittington was born In Bell County and was a resident of the Vilas com- munity for several years. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Holland. Survivors include her husband A. P. Whittington of Holland; two daughters Mrs. Mary Alice Lambert of San Angclo and Mrs. Nclda Jean Carrlcrcof Opelousas La.; a son Glen Whittington of Dallas; five grandchildren; and four great- grandchildren. Mrs. Brewster Mrs. Sarah A. Brewster 97 of Bartlctt died Thursday in the Bartlctt Nursing Home. Funeral services were conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday in .the Goodnight Funeral Chapel in Bartlctt with Ilcv Frank Walker officiating. B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 September 1979

f -l rl ft ".-! i?rm7rfiWw "V- H.-f r i T'' " J .'Tr' ifv ev V W yyt "ft ' rviyfvtV 'VVW''frilF4--. A Pcy. nonnio 6-eo :c " BavtUU TX 765H w VOLUME 92 NUMBER Bartlett Amigas Class Officers Are Elected Amlgas Class of the First Baptist Church of Bartlett met Thursday afternoon In the Educational building for their first fall business and social meeting. Hostesses were Mcsdames Jcssiu Hcstor Hoy Laws J. Lamar Butler and Raymond Carpenter Mrs. Charlie Dlllard president called the meeting to order and welcomed those present The dcvotidnal was given by Mrs. J A. I'owitzky using for her thoughts Psalm 23:C. "Surely Goodness and Mercy " Miss Pearl Joiner offered the devotional prayer. Mrs Louis Hcmpcl secretary-treasurer read the minutes of the last meeting and gave the treasurers report which was accepted as presented. Mrs Horace Keith chairperson of the nominating committee assisted by Mrs. Louis Hcmpcl and Mrs. Clarence Hoscnbnlm before presenting the slate of of- ficers read a poem ent...

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