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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 September 1979

Ejy7r rp i yj ' Living ff Wi P t If Pa usewang-Andrews Pattl Kay Pausewang daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Pauscwang of Holland became the bride of Brian Donald Andrews son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace L. Andrews of Temple. On Friday evening at St. John's Lutheran Church. The Rev. Clarence Rose performed the double-ring ceremony. Providing the wed- ding music were Miss Sheryl Goodnight of Academy organist and Mrs. Jeanette Lesikar of Temple soloist. Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a given of organza with scalloped Alcncon lace edging on the high neckline appliqucd with lace and pearls on the empire bodice and lace on the cuffs of the bishop sleeves. Maid of honor was Mrs. Priscilla Hill of Holland. Matron of honor was Mrs. Judy Gcrsbach of Holland sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Joan Wright of Temple and Miss Becky Pauscwang of I lolland sister of the bride. Candlcllghtcr was Lcland Gcrsbach of Holland. Best man was Randy Young of Temple. Groomsmen were Charle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 September 1979

JH Football Starts Sept. 20 The Holland Junior High Hornets open their 1979 (ootbnll campaign next Thursday September 20 as they take on Crawford in Holland at 6:00 p.m. The Junior High Hornets tied for the district title last year. Here is the remaining Junior y High schedule for this year: Sept. 27 Brucevillc-EddyHerc Oct. 4Salado There Oct. 11 Thrall Here Oct. 18 Milano There Oct. 25 Salado Here Nov. lHutto Here Nov. BJarrcll There All Junior High football' games arc scheduled to begin nt0:00p.m. DISTRICT 1)R SOUTH ZONE Turn W L T Pel Pit Opp. Hulls I 0 0 1 000 I SlldO I 0 0 I 000 34 0 Mllano I 0 0 1000 4 0 Jrrll 0 1 0 .000 0 I Holland M 0 .(M I) t) Thrill 0 I 0 .000 0M LaitWatk'IRllultl Hullo I. SiMlttl 4i Salatfo M. Coo lido 0; Mllino 4 Bfu(lll Eddy 0i Otronlmo NyffO I Jtrrtll Oi Lomtl if Holland 111 Rootri M ThrallO. Thliwk'tS(h)ul Normangtt t Hollind Lomtta at Hullo. Harnar at Jarralli Libarly Hill at Mllino Bructvllle Eody at Saladoi Oartlatl at Thrall Hornet Field Gets New ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 September 1979

" y vvyfl-Y( Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 13 1979 Tribune-Progress 10 iHeFKxipanac 3WV' &Zfi.fc VW- ' VXUfwutT. .m.O. mm Jo jj VI t r USPS044M0 BartHII Tribune Holland ProgreM All opinion and vlewpolnfj In the Tribune Progren do not necettarlly repreienl the editorial oplnlonot thl newtpaper Publltned weekly In Bartlett Texai TaJtt by Taylor Newipaperi Inc Taylor Texat Second clatipottao paid at Bartlett Txa7J11. STAFFMEMBERS Mrt Dorothy Jean Bartlett Temple Kallus Mrs Betty Hill Mri Barbara Hill Ronnie Perjky RamlroCortei Jimmy Howell Suburlptlon Rater 14 JO per year In Bell Milam and Wllllamion Countiei J per yeareltewhere Any erroneout relleetlon upon the character or reputation of any person llrm or corporation which may appear In the columns of the Tribune Progress will gladly b corrected upon being brought to the attention of the editor Postmaster Texas7Mtl If undellverable send Form 11 V 'V T Circleville Philosopher I (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philos...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 September 1979

The Tribune-Progressl LLLLLLRL. iLLVk iiflsiiiiiVaaiiaiaan&HeiaViViiiV MriH11 iiiiiiiflaiHHEiHBanBHl HS!9KsrfRSHHHBRn WMBulldogs To Tangle With Tigers Friday Night KSporlsMKH Tribune-Progress Football Predictions Bartlett ntThrnll Normnngcc nt Holland Rogers nt RoscbuiM.ott Evant at Academy Thorndalc at Lexington Lorcna at Troy Liberty Illll at MUnno HarpcratJarrcll Lomctaatllutto SA Highlands at Temple Ilockdalcnt Taylor Colorado State ct Arkansas Texas A Matllnylor Florida at Houston TulancatKlcc SMUntTCU New Mexico at Texas Tech Chicago at Dallas Kansas City ut Houston Last Week (W-L-TPct.) Season (W-L-T Pet.) m TmpltKllui Bartltlt Holland Rogers Academy Tnorndalt Lorona Liberty Hill Harper Hutlo Tempi Rochdale Arkansas TuasAtM Houilon Tulan JMU TtiasTtch Dallas Houston ii i i-.7 iiii-.j;? Dorothy Jean Bartlttl Bartlett Normangt Rosebud Lott Evant Tnorndalt Troy Liberty Hill Harper Hullo Temple Rochdale Arkansas TtiasAlM Houston Rlc SMU TeiasTtch Dallas Houston I0M-.S1I 10M-....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 September 1979

i' 4 vyi-i wvwvw vrTwwM ?" f i -- --e-' ---'"V!rV'' Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 13 1979 SIk' JL 4U&Wi'.W0aHlN P--iLJlbii!i-MiRniHI fe;?A7:itiLk 'l-T&kV ' 7 iyannrrarrBa am m TPTH i iB:y A fifuifli 1 1979-80 Holland Hornet Rooster No. Nimt Foi. Wl. CU. I Charllo Btnnight TB DO So. 1 Jttl Stautitntxrgtr 6 101 Pr. I David Walkar OB 111 Sr. RobartWIlay FB 144 Jr. 10 Bobby Parguion SB 1)1 Sr. II OraggVolnty E HO Fr- it DonKollui B l) So. 14 Jon Marc Ooodnlght OB HI Fr. It RoyJohnion E lit Fr. 10 John Rabat C 1 Jr. 11 Alan Bland E US Sr. 15 RoyByrd FB 141 Jr. 40 JayTlllow SB 141 So. 41 Bruco Parkin! PB 110 So. 44 Kirk Ooodnlghl TB 101 Sr. 50 PaulBalat C I4S Jr. 51 DougSavarson T HI So. M OaryDoikoll O 110 Jr. 41 Mark Karl O Hi Jr. 44 Scott Baggtrly C 1S So. I) Dtnnli Blair O HI Jr. 44 Stavan-Sladacak O W So. 10 Tarry Johnton T 1J Sr. 11 Randy Dotkocll T HI Jr. 71 RaxRotancrani T HI Sr. 1 KtvlnBtnnar E Hi So. W!M W9 m mri The 1979-80 Fighting Hornets Holland Hornets ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 September 1979

AHOUT 52000 POUNDS of road tar oil destined for Bell County Precinct 4 was lost when the above pictured truck overturned around noon Thursday Sept. 6 just south of Holland at the intersection of Highway 95 and FM 2268. Recipe Corner li CJT Mrs Roland Allison Favors Easy Casserole KASYCASSKHOI.E HyHKTTYIULI. 1 pound ground meat 1 can Ranch Style beans lean Spanish rice Drown meat in large pot or skillet drain grease add beans and rice. Simmer ten - fifteen minutes. Serve with salad dessert and tea. This week's quick and easy recipe is brought to us by Mrs. Cara Lois Allison. Mrs. Allison and husband Roland have lived in Holland for the past fifteen years But she was born and reared north of Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Allison have been married forty-three years and have two daughters Mrs. Bill May of Kearney Nebraska and Mrs. Riley Owens of Academy. They arc the grandparents of three granddaughters and two grandsons. In her spare time Mrs. Allison likes to pick up aluminum cans. Mrs. Allis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 September 1979

'TO'WW !'WWiW v Wwrrv 1 M Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 13 1979 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 We Can Help You Como By And Soo Us At SCHMRTNER STATE BANK Schwertner Texas Member FDIC 1 Bartlett Visitors Week Of Prayer Continues Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Fry and Kocllc of Irving were recent guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mcissnor. H. A. Daughtcry has returned home from a Taylor hospital. Mrs. C. F. Hill is a patient in Kings Daughters Hospital in Temple. Mrs Bob Stephens and grandchildren Stephanie and Robert Stephens of Roger visited in Bartlett Friday with Mrs. Joel Freeman Angela and Stacey. Lcnard Stcglich and children during the Labor Day weekend were Mr and Mrs. OswinSteglich Mrs. Richard Kalichck and children and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cash all of Sta...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 September 1979

i i i i i " TTTt tola rfc m wil l' a a lBT 'I' S:7yBrsr"rTssK"::::;:n" hW""B jKf"' 7 (AiuHijJ M 111 B 11V ' ' ' "il' ncH r l Hf-'" 'ttttt I'JBH Bit l I I 1 I BcitiijJrHkuiF SM I I tBW - V 1 Sk BL i I IB &' -" A A .. .?? JH H B 1 asrH ' " .LtLtHI m II I"'! I Ml iw..'.v ;..': ;nr t 1 1 I HTiW.".'!1 BV llll H l !... ... .'J'XujA II 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 In- correct Insertion i- CITY BARBER SHOP IlollanlTexu8 Men Worn en & Childrens Hair-cuts Open Tues. thru Fri. 7:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. Open Saturdays 7:00 a.m.-12:00 noon John Mugnnn-Owncr Ft Mimms Biiiiii GENE B. MEWHINNEY CO. Your Home Town Agent for Old Line Fire Auto & Casualty Ins. SAAGE & ASSOCIATES INC. INSURANCE DIAL 527-3337 Bartlotl DR. J. G. KUBALA DR. BEN KUBALA -Optometrists - 10th and North Main Taylor-352-2861 DEPENDABLE-CAPABLE SINCERE SERVICES Big Sel...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 September 1979

Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 13 1979 Davilla News nyMUS.MAEHAIlDIN Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy II. Hardin of Grand Prairie were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dcgner and Debbie and Randy during the weekend. George and Sue and Rachcal Riddle of Mexla Mrs. Sarah Shclton of Vol Verde were visitors of Mrs. Ellen Mines LecRoy and Lee Wayne Roddy of Louise Jack and Carmon Heath Mairo Rcmmols and children of Rogers were visitors of Mrs. Fannie Hargrove. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. E. Bunker of Davilla and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bunker of Salado enjoyed a tour of Eastern Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Orvlllc Williams of Liberty Hill visited Mr. and Mrs. Lester Davis. Mrs. Marie Duncum at tended a birthday party for Roy Dolchltc at his home in Vol Verde. Mrs. Lucille Gaines had as her guests during the weekend Mr. nnd Mrs. Lcvoy Crycr of Port Blank Mrs. Sarah Shelton of Val Verde. Luther League Honors Sponsors St. John's Luther League held a barbecue meal at the Tcincrt Recreation Center last Sunday afternoon to hon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 September 1979

p$mt'fr:' " f7y?i Poraky Ronnie 6-00 X Bartlott TX 765H r TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartktt & Holland VOLUME 92 NUMBER 49 22 Pages In 2 Sections Bartlett Texas 76511 Thursday September 20 1979 817-527-1424 FIFTEEN CENTS jm Jf CONSTItUCTION WORK on the 25 unit housing project on the north side of Bartlett is underway. On Monday mor ning cf this week (when the above picture was taken) frame work was underway on three of the buildings. Tax Rate Lowered For Bartlett ISD Tax rate for the Bartlett Independent School District was lowered for the 1979-80 school year according to Supt. Archie Scott. The tax rate was lowered from $1.50 to $1.47 on a per $100 valuation at a CO percent assessment ratio. $1.22 of the $1.47 will be going to local maintenance and the other 25 to the In tcrcst and sinking fund. New Housing Pro j ect Ernie Fischer Elected ConstructionUnderway Work on the housing project on the north side of Bartlett which is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban De...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 September 1979

Memorials fThe Tribune-Progress Living age 2Thursday September 20 1979 News From Will O' Bell Hy Mrs. Patricia Wllllnms David Barrow Jr. of Austin visited Mrs. Bertha Gucnzcl. MILS. TKAVIS STEC.I.ICII The Holland Volunteer Fire Dcpt. received memorials from Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dolchltc of Vilas and W. II. Dolehite of Houston for Mr. Bill Williams. Voight-Steglich Miss Tina Paula Volght and Travis Wayne Stegllch exchanged nuptial vows at 4 p.m. Saturday Sept. 15 at St. John Lutheran Church in Bartlett with Rev. Clarence Rose performing the double ring ceremony. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Voight of Bartlett and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs B. II. Stegllch also of Bartlett. Arrangements of gladiolas and white blue and yellow roses enhanced the setting for the ceremony. Wedding music was provided by Garland Kncten. The bride given In marriage by her father wore a floor length gown of white sheer woven polyester lined in acetate taffeta. The gown feature...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 September 1979

HHHHHBM ' llll I II I II I I The Tribune-Progress Hornets Travel To Crawford "W "B 1C Thtirsdnv.Scptcmbcr20.197a.Pagc3 3jJUI V$ 1 HOLLAND TOUCHDOWN Although very little of him is visible Holland fullback Robert Wiley has just scored a touchdown in this photo taken during the Lometa game. Wiley Is wearing a dark Jersey and is on the ground bet- ween two Lometa players. Holland center Paul Bales is in the left front corner of the picture. Wiley rushed for 51 yards against Normangee this past week averaging 5.9 yards per carry. Holland To Battle Crawford The Holland High School football teams crippled by injuries and expecting to be without the services of senior star Kirk Goodnight takes on the state-ranked Crawford Pirates at Crawford this Friday night in n non-district football contest. According to Holland Coach Gary Tyson Crawford was ranked 7th in the state among Class B schools In last week's Harris poll. Tyson said under ordinary cir- cumstances he would be eager to play a high...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 September 1979

'7 ("lr) fit ?Wyyy)VyM r V ' l?1Vff' Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 20 1979 T """.. "'" Tribune-Progress USPS0US00 I 1 Bartlett Tribune founded In USA Holland Progrett founded In 1191 All opinion and viewpoint In the Tribune Progrejt do not neceitarlly repreient the editorial oplnloni ol thl newjpaper Publlitied weekly In Oarllett Teai 74511 by Taylor Newjpapen Ine . Taylor Tea Second claii poitage paid at Bartlett. Tea 74511 STAFFMEMBERS Mri Dorothy Jean Bartlett Temple Kallut Mrs OettyHIII Mn Barbara HIM Ronnie Persky RamlroCortet Jimmy Howell Subicrlptlon Rates U JO per year In Dell Milam and Williamson Counties) 5 per year elsewhere Any erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear In the columns ol the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention ol the editor Postmaster If undellverable send Form JS79 to Tribune Progress Bartlett Texas 74511 1 T V ry' V V W 9 OTTTTfTTTT Circ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 September 1979

i ifi VVVp"iytV Kt Bulldogs To Host Tough Mustangs rhursday September 20 1979 Page 5 Tribune-Progress Football Predictions N X U LVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVjLV- lilllllllWaflHrv' "" VaVaVaVaVaflllllllllllllV J J ' y k n i HwfejW sports iiLiiiiiiiiiLiiiiiiiiiHI J aC j ' iflj pla ibkV JEr ;;K m i fll I DEFENSIVE MEETING Coach Jerry Smalley is pictured above mapping out defensive strategy with Bulldog JV linemen Shclton Gilmorc during last Thur- i sday night's Dartlett-Thrall JV game in Bartlctt. Thrall JV Pins 2nd Loss On Bulldogs The Thrall Tiger defense held the Bartlett JV Bulldogs to only one first down and 52 yards of offense as they shut out Bartlctt 12-0 last Thur- sday night on Bulldog Field and handed the JV Bulldogs their second loss of the Junior Varsity Bullpups Play Xt Manor The Bartlctt Junior Varsity football team and the Bar- tlctt Junior High Bullpups will play at Manor Thursday (today) beginning at G:00 p.m. The Bullpups will play first followed by the J V. This will be the fir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 September 1979

I i Ma.t.3!fl Rs&srowism fitgppffla-y jqt-TVW. -ms jr. jif ' ''n-. '"jr"' V-Y ( v-fjv- -r -t-r--r-t-t - -w---- Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 20 1970 o f&OAt : f 0m " Bi -' "v H r s BARTLEH BULLDOGS VS. MANOR MUSTANGS FRIDAY NIGHT SEPTEMBER 21TH BULLDOG FIELD 8:00 P.M. The 1979 Fighting Bartlett Bulldogs 1979 Bartlett High Football Schedule I97 IlAHTLETT HULLDOG FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Date Opponent Place Sept. 7 Hutto Here Sept. 14 Thrall There Sept. 21 Manor Here Oct. 5 Rogers Here Oct. 12 Liberty Hill There Oct. 19 Troy (Homecoming) Here Oct. 2G Granger There Nov. 2 Academy ' There Nov. 9 Thorndale Here Nov. 16 Florence There Non-District games begin at 8 p.m. and nil district games begin at 7:30 p.m. Denotes District Games Scores Of Each Game Barllott- -.6 20 Hutto Thrall 8 17 uy 1 1 1 I I umit'm-mtimtili.-l.m'l.tl'H.tifur 1979 Bartlett Bulldog Roster NAME Rob Ford LtllltWIIIUmi Oary Fiichtr Ronald Olovtr John Rlc hoy Rty Ptrti BrtntDaughtrty Brian Hlcki OaryMllchu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 September 1979

v f -rV r -f ' V I : i K'Way Kare News UynETTYIIILL Guests of 11a Kerlcy were Lois and Sidney of Bartlctt. Visiting with Mary Hinze were LaVerne Crouland and Ermn Wcndiand of Temple and Vera Conway of Pitt- sburg Pcnn. were Frankie Miller and Carrie Norlhcutt of Ft. Worth Visitor of Lee Crow was Rubyc Jones of Dclton. Visitors of Vclla Cawthon were Vera Conway of Pitt- sburg Pcnn. Erma Wcn- diand of Temple and Irma Krausc of Holland. Mr. Barnctt' guests were Walter and Winnie Dolehlte of Waco. Different games arc en- joyed by the residents winners for this week in varsity games were Minnie Mclcher Emma Splnn Edith Carter and Dottic Kccshar Minnie Mclcher. And Minnie Melchcr was also the winner of the bowling trophy this week. Recipe Corner Davilla News Dy MRS. MAE HARDIN Senior Citizens Meet Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Mrs. Cargill of Temple were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cargill and family. Wayne Davis reported Friday to the Tinker Air Force Base in Olka City. Mr. and Mrs. Luclon Dav...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 September 1979

. t -. v-vw rvv m nvrt wmiwbiwitn . r rro3v ; ; ;v; 'tt; f3WV pjftpt &Jf f rl)Hi'vvvvvHHt r wv"-r -J Page B Tribune-Progress Thursday September 20 1979 AGRIHOL (Continued from page 1) Gathering all the information they can possibly gather and consulting with various experts In different fields Burns group is trying to build "something a little bit different" than everyone else. "We're going to sell this unit for the lowest price of anybody in the nation" he claimed. Burns said they started research on agrlhol almost a year ago in October of 1978. "We became seriously interested after last March when the Legislature passed legislation legalizing gasahol" he added. He commented that agrlhol is in Its Infant stages and that rapid progress is being made in its development. Burns who grew up on a farm in the Valley spent 12 years working In the utility industry. His specialty was lignltcd power plant generation. He formed the Southwest Mining and Power Engineering Company in May 1978...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 September 1979

J0 riiitTlink ' It 3 fm " '7j77iyrire TiiM ......tL. n.py V ' ""- 'BH H I I W 1 1 1 I mV'".AJr"k ' "" ttftil I I i -.. . th I 1 mat am I iWTLWrt: '-'-"'a I HI I I.Min iBBBPJ HllIB HI 1 '..!! ..V" ''' ' l II Classified Advertising Rate G 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 In- correct insertion CITY BARBER SHOP HollniHlTexu8 Men Women & Childrens Haircuts Open Tues. thru Fri. 7:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. Open Saturdays 7:00 a.m.-12:00 noon John Mngnan-Owncr p uatitini GENE B. MEWHINNEY CO. Your Home Town Agent for Old Line Fire Auto & Casualty Ins. SAAGE & ASSOCIATES INC. INSURANCE DR. J. G. KUBALA DR. BEN KUBALA -Optometrlsjs- 10th and North Main Taylor-352-2861 DEPENDABLE-CAPABLE SINCERE SERVICES Big Selection of Frame t Closed Thursday and Saturday Aftomoons Dr. Geo. C. Fowler -Chiropractor-office Hours Monday Thursday Friday 8:30-noon-:-2:00-5:00 Tuesday - open u...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 September 1979

. wViA1 Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 20 1979 Obituaries Walter Truehardt Walter Truehardt 76 of Georgetown a native and long time resident of Vilas Community died Tuesday Sept. 11 at Georgetown Texas. Burial was held on Thursday at Georgetown. Surlvors include his widow Mrs. Radio (Burns) Truehardt two sons three grandchildren three sisters Mrs. H.W. Baker and Mrs. Charlie Kndllc of Holland and Mrs. Carl Frydenfcldt of Georgetown. Eustucc Hutchens Funeral services for Eustace M. Hutchens 00 of Salndo former resident of Bartlctt were conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Heart- field Funeral Home with the Rev Bill Johnson officiating. Burial was in the Salado Cemetery. Mr. Hutchens died Monday night at home after a long illness. Mr Hutchens a writer was born near Bartlctt. Primarily a novelist and poet Mr. Hutchens wrote "Psalms of Solitude" n novel "Boston Mountain Jones" "Letters to My Grand- children." He also composed numerous other sonnets rondos and a book for childre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 September 1979

I ' fcy. Rannl G 6-80 X nuttfTK 76511 TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlett Texas 76511 Thursday September 27f 1979 VOLUME 92 NUMBER 50 24 Pages In 2 Sections 817-527-1424 FIFTEEN CENTS u Bartlett Area Chamber Defers Slogan Decision Members of the Dartlctt Area Chamber of Commerce reviewed entries for the Dartlctt Homecoming Slogan Contest at their regular meeting Thursday September 20. A final decision as to the winner in the contest will not be made until the next Chamber meeting in October. Forty-two entries were received in the contest which was set up by the Chamber to name a slogan for the 1980 Bartlett Homecoming. The winner will receive fifty dollars. The Chamber decided to take n trip to Granbury during the week of October 14. The exact day and time of departure will be determined later. Purpose of the trip is to examine renovation of downtown Granbury in order to obtain ideas for the possible improvement of the Dartlctt downtown area. The Dartlctt Area...

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