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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 November 1979

Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 22 1979 f I 1 1 I 1 1 I I I L i- 1 1 1 I I M I 1 I 1 1 I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I r I I I I. I LACK'S FURNITURE CENTER Featuring A Complete Selection Of Home Furnishings The Business And Professional People Of TEMPLE 2100 S. 61 778-3577 AS TEMPLE JUNIOR COLLEGE ENTERS ITS SECOND 50-YEAR PERIOD OF SERVICE TO CENTRAL TEXANS WE INVITE YOU TO BE A PART OF OUR EXPANDED OFFERINGS IN THE AREAS OF TRANSFER COURSES TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL WORK CONTINUING EDUCATION AND ADULT EDUCATION. OUR DOORS ARE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT TO SERVE YOU YOUR NEEDS AND YOUR INTERESTS. TEMPLE JUNIOR COLLEGE - m cars - SOUTHLAND VILLA NURSING CENTER A Skilled Nursing Facility LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED Mrs. Margarot Jackson Administrator 2222 S. 5th 773-1641 How About A Now Typewriter as a Christmas Gilt For Your Favorito Student JOHNNIE'S OFFICE MACHINES EXCLUSIVE DEALERS FOR CORONA FACIT I Is m Ctw"l.ii.-artsJKIJ r v OlympU Model 50 IBM TYPEWRITERS & SUPPLIES TIME CLOCKS ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 November 1979

Tribune-Progress Thursday November 22 1979 Page 11 i i i i B 1. 'U ".""-"O'J M' ".& Htm "'H kkW t 0 ill" Tfc I L-l I M V"'" - r B I I '.'- J" ' ".Vgal M I A. JIM I .Ml". .-"fi-i't .; ' ."HHoiA I J Classified Advertising Rale C cents per word. 1 20 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash in advance. The Tribune Progress Mill not be responsible for more than one In- correct Insertion ROAD GRAVEL AND GOOD YARD DIRT. Contact Wayne Goodnight Holland 657-2235. You Call We Haul. tfc. KNETEN PHOTO ARTS 417 N. Main Taylor Texas. Weddings Portraits Commercial Photography. 512352-5882 (Bartlctt Number 527-4235. Garland Knctcn. 19-tfc. Dr. Geo. C. Fowler -Chiropractor-office Hours Monday Thursday Friday 8:30-noon-:-2:00-5:00 Tuesday - open until noon Wednesday 8:30-noon-:-2:00-G:30 Closed all day Saturday Phone 527-3737 Bartlctt Texas DR. J. G. KUBALA DR. BEN KUBALA -Optometrists - 10th and North Main Taylor-352-2861 DEPENDABLE-CAPABLE SINCERE SERVICES Big Selection of Frames...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 November 1979

- t V " - -V T (IdHVl'VVNi v" 4'sr 4-. n - v v -iHyv -r r -VyV vrWVM . v y4v --fv y j- r .- . -! VV 'pI'YW VI Y W VVVV'V ryrtvv f xH Wfvw vnt vr)WWvyr4it t'n rVfi vivtvy v- v-n-v rv 'ffT-vi'nrjyY vny-Wli fT y-xfunr-' vtir' " n Page 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 22 1979 Obituaries David Hill Mrs. Roznovsky Mrs. Joe lloznovsky Jr. C5 a lifetime resident of Bar- tlctt died Tuesday November 13 in n Temple hospital. Funeral services were held Thursday November 15 at the SS. Cyril and Methodius Catholic Church in Granger with the Kcv. George Tydlackn officating. Burial was in the Holy Cross Cemetery. Survivors Include her husband Joe lloznovsky Jr. of Bartlctt; four daughters Mrs. John (Elsie) Lovclady of Austin Mrs. Robert (Donna) Dach of Temple Mrs. Mark (JoAnn) Horak of Austin; Mrs Robert (Margaret) Hill of Bartlctt; one brother Arnold Zrubck' of Granger; six sisters Mrs. Mary Flila of Mercedes Calif Mrs. Annie Matloch of Austin Mrs. Lillic Hudcc and Mrs. Martha Hohac both of G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 November 1979

ri Pcraky Ronnie 6-80 X J Bartlett TX 76511 ::frr TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlett Texas 76511 Thursday November 29 1979 VOLUME 03. NUMBER 7 52 Pages In 1 Sections 817-527-4424 FIFTEEN CENTS Bulldogs Bi-District Champs Record Cotton Bartlett Smashes Flatonia Ily JIMMY HOWELL Scoring almost at will after the first quarter on District 28-A Champion Bartlett Bulldogs used a 27 point second quarter outburst to steam roll to an 61-9 Class A bl-district win over the previously undefeated District 27-A Champion Flatonia Bulldogs Friday on Taylor's Memorial Field. By virtue of the lop-sided win over Flatonia Coach Russell Roberts' Bulldogs now advance to the regional i round of the state playoffs against the Hull-Daisctta Bobcats who defeated Tidchavcn 20-0 in bl-district. The Bartlett Hull-Dalsctta regional contest will be played at the Sam Houston State University football field in Huntsvillc Friday night beginning at 8:00 p.m. In winning bi-district in Class A f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 November 1979

V tH 1-7 Living ... ii i -ii.i - .- .:-:.. l1 ll!HjlijAJ-?L-IjI Family Gather Descendants of the late J.A. and Ida Whlttington Townscnd gathered at the Baptist Educational Building In Bartlett on Thanksgiving Day for a family reunion. Guests visiting during the afternoon with the family were Mrs. Creth Lewis Mrs. Wally Meyer of Austwell Ross Sanders and 'Gary Honored With Pantry Shotver Miss Brcnda Jankc and and recipe holder which were Doyle Doskocil were honored gifts to the honored couple by with a pantry shower at the the hostesses. home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jankc in Holland. The tables were covered with checked cloths. They were centered with an old fashioned coffee pot adorned with flowers a recipe book BARTLETT IIIGIISCIIOOL Lunchroom Menu Dec. 3-7 1979 LUNCH: MONDAY: Barbecue wciners mashed potatoes blackeycd peas bread peanut butter cookies and milk. TUESDAY: Brown beans with meat buttered cabbage corn bread fruit cobbler and milk. WEDNESDAY: Tnmales cheese chili mashed pota...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 November 1979

Holland Entered In Academy Tournament sTte Tribune-Progressl Hornettes Open Season With Win! Thursday November 29 1979 Pnge 3 4 kJUUl 13 Basketball action goes Into full swing this week as the Holland Hornets and Hor- nettes will play In their first tournament at Academy this Thursday Friday and Saturday November 29 & 30 and December 1. The Holland girls will square off against LaVcga Junior Varsity at 4:00 p.m. Thursday. They will play at either 2:30 p.m or 8:30 p.m Friday In the second round of play. Coach Gary Tyson said Clifton has some height but otherwise he Is uncertain as to how good they arc. Both the boys and girls basketball teams will be busy with tournaments the next three weekends with Academy this week Florence December G through 8 and the Holland tournament December 13-15. District play is still a long ways off starting January 11. Holland is expected to be in contention for the title in both girls and boys com petition. Hornettes Defeat Academy 67-48 In Season O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 November 1979

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 29 1979 'AWAWi'XOX'WiV " """"'' "J ?.' ' o ?.. Tr ib wn e -Progress USPS044S0O Bartlett Tribune founded In UM Holland Progress founded In 1177 All opinion! nd viewpoints In the Tribune Progress do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion! of thl newspaper Published weekly In Dartletl Texas 7MH by Taylor Newspapers Inc.. Taylor. "' Texas 1 Second class postage paid at Oartlett Texas 74511. STAFF MEMBERS Mrs. Dorothy Jean Oartlett Temple Kallus Mrs. Betty Hill Mrs. Barbara Hill I Ronnie Persky RamlroCortei Jimmy Howell Subscription Rates-14 50 per year In Bell Milam and Williamson Counties; S3 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 of the editor Postmaster! If bndellverable send Form 1579 to Tribune Progress Bartlett Teas74S11 Circleville Philosopher...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 November 1979

rf . --f ' r - i ' nrwf '. " tip-r -i 1- - i Tribune-Progress Thursday November 29 1979 Page 5 Regional Crown Up For Grabs! y""" -tv0 4 BAUTLETT SENIOR QIJ Rob Ford scored one touchdown on an 1 1-yard run passed to Gary Fischer for a 52 yard touchdown and kicked 5 of 5 extra points In Uartlctt's big bi-district win Friday night. Rob has now kicked 28 of 33 extra point attempts on the season. BULLDOGS- fell incomplete on the con- version try and Bartlett held a 13-3 lead with 8:49 left in the second quarter. Flatonla returned the Bartlett kick-off to its own 34 and was forced to punt without making a first and Bartlett defensive end An- thony Smith blocked the Flatonla punt and fell on the ball in the end zone to score his third touchdown of the night. Ford kicked the extra point and Bartlett took a 20-3 lead with 7:25 left in the first half. Bartlett senior strong back Gary Fischer put Bartlett's final touchdown of the first half on the scoreboard when he caught a pass from Ford and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 November 1979

vmmmmmmmmmmmmi -0 -w xm: rm"T &V &&?' ! Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 29 1979 Scenes BBfaBSBBPilHBBBiB From Bartlett's 61-9 Bi-District pr 0&(-MtY 'li'.-.. .t'1".AH . n ""l'.; 'i ft i? A HhUkHhh "A i in tsfSpjS 88W fJIVHLi BvHhI ?flWfl& ikt jBfcMLr BKrv HH HnKz.' I:4.jw. . KShhHHHvH wawtJLaa3Wft'25Ku M BPW -1" - ' " - if." ' '. -Wrk TJl - - - r- .mmMM V -vj't- jt 7 l SffiiiSU IfiiLWWi ' iii y - .-. 5c5Jj.tr - . ;! ; rssi V5.7MV J - " . 'SZI 'vi$&2a lMhl- Kf1 JMiJ . Wj :? i . -' . m il&.-ss-T.: X. .& We're building today for tomorrow's opportunities. Texas is one of the nation's most exciting stores for companies looking to relocate their headquarters or for sires for major branch expansion. And for good reason we offer much rhar is more attractive than in many other areas of the country. Included in that is a dependable supply of essential electric power at reasonable rares. We're building electric plants today to serve our present cusrome...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 November 1979

"s? Tribune-Progress Thursday November 29 1979 Page 7 wmmmmmmmmmmMmmammmmm pH o V Iff MiTmIMM ill Wv 4W iw Jrh .CL v?B Mto ..JrjglJik ri-'M LLLLLLLaLaB nLaLaLaH M. 1 ELLaLaHLV' lHHVf i' CHIk VtLLaHLmtX r jCTk HHlHt Mr; kmi "' PTi'J H aw 1 BH ftjnfTVFi Hfl'l Vit Ill ImH JIM BHHHHJ HHH H' AM iKH HBL Bk HBHBi flBahHJWHBv.'VAL .aW Bl VK By -BBL4iMBjllHftVHBHT' BARTLETT BULLDOGS The 1979 Fighting Bartlett Bulldogs vs. Hull-Daisetta BOBCATS t:- REGIONAL GAME FRIDAY NIGHT NOVEMBER 30th Sam Houston State University Field 8:00 P.M. Huntsville Texas - .x... .. Scores Of Each Game Bartlett 6 Hutto 8 20 Thrall 17 21 Manor 7 27 Rogers 8 21 Liberty Hill 0 27 Troy 0 40 Granger o 26 Academy 7 33 Thorndale 0 Florence 1 5 30 Playoff Games .Bartlett. 61 Flatonia 9 u rp-'-'--t'"'-'-'g' XJCOCOC Do It To 'Em OCGOOOSCCCO TlllTA! 1979 Bartlett Bulldog Roster NAME Rob Ford Ltillt Wllllami OaryFlichtr Ronald Olovir JohnRlchty Rty Ptrtt BrtntDaughtrty Brian Hlckt OaryMltchum J tit Whin BtnnyRodrlguti Anthony ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 November 1979

i Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 29 1979 H. "v IT- f i. fc..' i i i i J5 l "servicing timm since isi- WjMW li The Business And Professional People 4 rAIHTIHS WE INSTALL I ylA itvW "i in 4 paj v vmaasmvia J-IJOI AUTOMOBILE f7'M ' Iv" " A"' c"1 """1 GLASS GRIFFIN AUTO BODY SERVICE Cm ly 7tf 0f ff titlm(t 201 1 OtHILM. I0UCI D II IlKt SOUTH Of W ADAMS) lOlASSl Of TEMPLE Are Extending To Our Neighbors In The Bartletf And Holland Areas A Warm And Friendly Invitation To Visit Us This Fall And Often During The Year. PONTIAC GMC S AMC & JEEP ALL IN ONE j LOCATION! I I THANK YOU! Wo appreciate our Friends in the Holland and Bartlett Areas for your visits with us! BIG-3 AUTO SUPPLY AND MACHINE SHOP NATIONAL BRANDS AUTO PARTS COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE SHOP VANCE FRANCIS Two Locations to Sorvo You: 2420 W. AvoM 710 E. Control in Tomplo in Bolton 778-5223 939-3573 Plonty Parking Spaco Harry W. Ktaton Milton O. Whltliy Representing Allstate in Temple for the past 24 years. Call 7...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 November 1979

V( u Tribune-Progress Thursday November 29 1979 Page 9 Recipe Corner HI. -fl-----7 $ w r s ----Evi jKT? " ' Vfc V !b " ' f " IPB! Bartlett Visitors Mrs Joel Freeman Angela and Staccy and Mrs. Ruby Bartlett spent Thanksgiving Day in Rogers with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stephens and' family. Mrs. Marvin Stephens and Mrs. Marvin R. Stephens and Eugene of Killccn Mrs. Bob Stephens and Ruby and Lucy DeWeise of Rogers were weekend visitors of Mrs. Ruby Bartlett. A Favorite Of Mrs. L. J. Moon By BETTY HILL COTTON PICKING CAKE 1 package Duncan Hlncs Golden Butter Recipe Cake Mix VicupCriscooll 4 eggs 1 can mandarin orange slices Mix: Bake in long baking dish. Cool. ICING 2 packages instant vanilla pudding mix i i amuii cun vrusncu pineapple urnincu i tour-juz.scunoniooK wnip Mix well and put on top of cake. Keep in refrigerator. Mrs. L. J. Moon is a native of Tennessee but has lived ln Holland since 1945 with her lmshnnH. In whnm srin hns J been married to for 54 years. They are parents of five chi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 November 1979

v mmwiUm&k MMHHHM mwhpotu " Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 29 1979 I I l s 1 f i ; i: Q 'Fabric Stretch9 A Key To COLLEGE STATION- Scwlng knits? Pay strict attention to "fabric stretch" says Becky Culp a clothing specialist Fabric stretch direction and amount has the greatest Influence on fabric and pattern compatibility an Important key in sewing knits she says. Ms. Culp is with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service The Texas . A&M University System. FABRIC STKETC1I Basically knits fall into three different "stretch" categories: minimum stretch (stable knits or woven fabrics) moderate stretch and maximum stretch. For example most double knits are stable while many jersey and sweater knits are stretchy. PATTERNS FOB KNITS Choose a pattern designed especially for knits to get the best results. Avoid patterns with crisply pressed pleats and large bias sections. Also for very strctchable knits avoid highly structured garment designs. ATTENTION HUNTERS & TRAPP...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 November 1979

I. I - ""'1 'Mi"'Wc 3 .T i'I 1 f&f&f&fMMa - 1 1 ETffl fl I 1 II flvi MP v Plr. .i lA I I fcI7 oi its' t'jF iBK.i ' 7 . j1-? Classified Advertising Rate 6 cents per word. 1.20 minimum charge per nd. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progress will not be responsible for more than one I correct Insertion nOAD GRAVEL AND GOOD YARD DIRT. Contact Wayne Goodnight Holland 657-2235. You Call We Haul. tfc. KNETEN PHOTO ARTS 417 N. Main Taylor Texas. Weddings Portraits Commercial Photography. 512352-5882 (Bartlett Number 527-4235. Garland Knctcn. 19-lfc. Dr. Geo. C. Fowler -Chiropractor-office Hours Monday Thursday Friday 8:30-noon-:-2:00-5:00 Tuesday - open until noon Wednesday 8:30-noon-:-2:00-G:30 Closed all day Saturday Phone 527-3737 Bartlctt Texas DR. J. G. KUBALA DR. BEN KUBALA -Optometrists - 10th and North Main Taylor-352-2861 DEPENDABLE-CAPABLE SINCERE SERVICES Big Selection of Fromts Saturday Afternoons SAAGE & ASSOCIATES INC. INSURANCE DIAL 527...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 November 1979

Pago 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 29 1979 .Obituaries F. J. Martinka Sr. Frank J. Martinka Sr 97 of Granger died Thursday in a Temple hospital. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the SS Cyril and Methodius Catholic Church in Granger with the Rev. George Tydlacka of- ficiating. Burial was in the Holy Cross Mausoleum. Rosary was recited at 7 p.m. Friday at the Condra Funeral Home In Granger. Survivors include daughters Mrs. Hattic Stuchly Mrs. Helen Oryschak and Mrs. Martha Kadcrka all of Granger Mrs. Mary Cuba of Altair Mrs. Tracy Gilliam of Barltctt Mrs. Angcs Polasck of Malhis and Mrs. Lois Klcpak of Georgetown; sons Tim Martinka and Frank Martinka Jr. both of Granger Pete Martinka and Henry Martinka both of Bartlctt Paul Martinka of Georgetown Cyril Martinka of Providence R. I. George Martinka of Alice one sister Mrs. Trade Provaznik of Granger; 62 grandchildren; 91 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchild ren. Bartlett O.E.S. THE HOLLAND 4-H held...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 6 December 1979

Pavaky nonnio 6-80 X Bavtlatt TX 765H vW TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland VOLUME 93 NUMBER 8 22 Pages In 2 Sections Bartlctt Texas 76511 Thursday December 6 1979 817-527-4424 FIFTEEN CENTS Bulldogs End Hull-Diasetta Slips Past Bulldogs In Final Minutes At Regional By JIMMY HOWELL Staff Writer HUNTSVILLE- Unable to find the key to a "swinging gate" Coach Russell Roberts' Bartlctt Bulldogs saw their 1979 football season come to an end here Friday night when the Hull-Dalsctta Bobcats nudged Bartlctt 8-7 in the regional round of the Class A play-offs !' The District 28-A champion Bulldogs who walloped Flatonia 01-9 In bi-district action had control of the game and played error-free football until bad breaks and miscucs cost Bartlctt the regional championship In the final five minutes of the game. All-State candidate An- thony Smith who was the game's leading rusher with 110 yards on 28 carries put Bartlctt on the scoreboard first when he bulldozed his way seven yards In...

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

fTte Tribime-Prozress Living Page 2JThursdav. December 0. 1970 Jt I ' Til! News From Will O' Bell By Mrs. Patricia Williams 1 visited Mrs. Hiram Walker. N.Y. N.Y. Due to the vast Christmas decorating at the Nursing Home last week the Will O'Dcll news was not in the paper. We invited the public to come by to sec all the beautiful decorations. Visitors of Olive Roth were Frank Roth Emlllc Porter and David Porter all of San Antonio. Guests of Mamie Thomas were Mrs. Steven Faulkner and Shane of Taylor Mrs. George Manning of Gatcsvillc and Mary Hard- ens tie of Killcen. Visiting Ida Flick were Virginia Hill of Hallcttsvillc Cora Gunn and Tcchla Fowler of Corpus Christl. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Tittle of Buckholts visited Carrie Tittle. Dudley and Lorcna Poe of Dallas visited Bertha Gucnzcl. Mrs. Goodnight Hosts Get-Together Brian Hill of Houston visited Zclma Johnson. Don and Ann Allen of Waco visited Annie Goode. Guests of Julia Pace were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ouslcy of Ft. Worth and Mr. and Mrs....

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

v f '- ' V- MNJLP1l' '' ; ' JMaSiS bbbH( JjjjJBPtt'QVil'i j. W aM tL-a A bbbbbbbTv aiiiHktTiiiH llllm S IIIbbbbbbbbbbbbSV bbbbbHI LLLw?!CKHLH'ftw tLLH LLLBl vHLVLLLLfilr r LbbbbbbH bbbbbbbbh' vbbElbbbbbbbKiV 5 H LLLLsibaBsiiBiiv'-rr' LLH LLViiLLLVdLLLLILLLbbbbbbbbi LbbB Hornettes Take Second Place Trophy At Academy Tribune-Progress Thursday December 6 1OT9 Page 3 AM. TOUHNAMKNT SELECTIONS Lou Mewhinncy nnd Kirk Goodnight both seniors were named to the all- tournament girls' nnd boys' team respectively during play nt the Academy tournament Here they are pictured receiving Individual trophies during the awards presentation Saturday night. Hornets Miss Top Trophy By One Point HyKONNIKI'KHSKY The Holland Hornets came within one point and a few j seconds of a championship trophy in the Academy basketball tournament last week. In the finals game with Class 28A Rogers Holland led much of the game only to sec Rogers go ahead on two free throws with only seconds left in the contest. Kirk Goo...

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

t tinr fVjWJffy Kmy i1 TBT -?f-."iPrilSf pv'' Yh Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 6 1979 ::::::..... '.....:. Ti'T"( O n . oft " on Tribune-Progress USPS 044060 I I fc: Bartl.tt Trlbun founded In ItM. Holland Proerttl founded In lit). All opinion and viewpoint In tht Trlbunt Progrttt do not nactiMrlty represent the editorial opinion! of thl newspaper. Published weekly In Bartl.tt Texas 74511 by Taylor Newspapers. Inc. Taylor Texas. ' Second class postage paid at Bartl.tt Texas 74511. STAFFMEMBEMS Mrs Dorothy Jean Bartlett Temple Kallus Mrs. Betty Hill Mrs. Barbara Hill Ronnie Persky V RamlroCort.t t Jimmy Howell Subscription Rates: 4 JO per year In Bell Milam and Williamson Counties; t) per yearelsewhere. 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 of the editor. Postmaster Texas 74511. If undellverable send For...

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

t ' . . "' 4 W Mack Smith Lead Bulldogs 90-33 Win Robert Mack and Charles Smith each scored 19 points to lead Coach Franklin Jones' defending District 28- A Champion Bartlett Bulldog basketball team to o season- opening 90-33 victory over the Jarrcll Cougars Tuesday night in Bartlett. Smith used his radar eyes to pop In the majority of his points on outside jump shots while Mack used his blinding speed and quickness to score all 19 of his points Inthe first half on lay-ups and short jumpers. So one-sided was the Bartlett victory that all 11 of the Bulldogs Coach Jones had suited up got into the scoring column. Scoring for Bartlett were: Robert Mack 19; Charles Smith 19; Louis Walker 9; Anthony Smith 9; Robert Mathis 8; Craig Williams 6; Danny Thomas G; Leslie Williams 5; Ronald Glover 4; Duane Mummcy 2; and Dennis Thomas 1. Coach Jones Bulldogs arc entered In the Florence tournament this weekend and Bortlett's first game is scheduled with Granger today (Thursday) at 11:00 a.m. ' Mon...

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