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

! .. - ba J- 1 V t I! n Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 6 1979 BULLDOGS (Continued from Page 5) caught 10 passes for 309 yards from his split end position was named to the first team defensive squad at to the defensive squad for his the halfback position. The aggressive tackling in the 140-pound Richey was named defensive secondary and for LLLnttt'm'HTT'm'mttttti'rrtnn.nLTtm.inwrttrrrcT Holland Football Statistics Reviewed A review of high school football stats show senior Kirk Goodnight as the big gun for Holland this year racking up 721 yards rushing total or about 90 yards per game. He averaged 5.6 yards every time he carried the football. Leading tackles this season was Bobby Ferguson with 96. Freshman Jon Marc Goodnight put in an impressive passing performance com- pleting 28 of 84 passes for 406 yards. He completed 58 of passes thrown. Together brothers Kirk and Jon Marc totaled over 1100 yards of offense to dominate the offensive stats. Robert Wiley was second in to...

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

Bartlett Visitors) Mrs. Pete Martinka visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kaderkn In Georgetown Saturday and also Mr. and Mrs. Willie Kndcrka in Granger Monday. Mrs. Joe Williams and children of Eddy spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Pete Martinka. Other visitors in the Mar- tinka home Monday were Henry Martinka and children. Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Holmes and Shcvlll and Bruce of Bon Sccour Atambama visited with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Carpenter during the weekend. Others visiting in the Carpenter home were Mrs. C. W. Jones of Holland Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hester of Bartlett Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gucnzcl of Temple Miss Elsie Wernli of Bartlett Mrs. R. P. Mc- Fcrrin and Greg and Keisha of Bocrnc Mr. and Mrs. Alva Catlng and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rose Alan and Allison all of Temple. Mrs. Holmes was the former Shirley Carpenter of Bartlett. Mr. and Mrs. George Gilbert of Koppcrl were Tuesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gorman. Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Manklns and son Tom of Surfsidc spen...

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

Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 6 1979 flBN WB HR HMal BH vH BBS BBS BJH BBj KBB SBv Bl BBJI BBJI I r 1 I Aflf'C FURNITURE CENTER Featuring A Complete Selection Of Home Furnishings 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 The Business And Professional People Of TEMPLE ARE EXTENDING TO OUR NEIGHBORS IN THE BARTLETT AND HOLLAND AREAS A WARM AND FRIENDLY INVITATION TO VISIT US OFTEN. CENTEX TILE AND FLOOR CO. JOHNNY SODEK SR. & JOHNNY SODEK JR. Carpeting by Armstrong and Begelow RESILIENT FLOOR COVERING PLASTIC LAMINATES CULTURED MARBLE CERAMIC TILE -j. p. morgan 2112 W.Adams 778-7161 PALQUSEK OVERHEAD DOORS EMIL PALOUSEK ' Residential-Commercial Free Estimat...

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

Tribune-Progress Thursday December 6 1979 Page 9 Classified Advertising Rate 6cents per word. 1.20 minimum charge perad. All Classified Advertising cash in advance. The Tribune I'rogrrsi will not be rnponsible for more than one In- correct Iniertion - TRIBUNE-PROGRESS - FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL Phone 527-4424 mr - r-; U"VtVAj Till I iV TtLH''GtcM t i ss-twj.jH I L I i i I p-MAjf il I L i :vw? :HM B I 1" III T f lwM B I1 I fc!"?ii!S IV- A .JIM I JM(.L'l;!'' '."" tfrKcJA X J WOLF HARDWARE FOR YOUR HARDWARE NEEDS PHONE 527-4237 ISAAC INSURANCE AGENCY AUTOMOBILE FIRE WINDSTORM BONDS AND LIFE INSURANCE Kay Gormin 527-3636 SAAGE & ASSOCIATES INC. INSURANCE DIAL 527-3337 Bartlott I Youyjiw. 1 mtrtfJJf AGENT a inilym nut' y "Duuglas DEPENDABLE Sine For your AUTOMOTIVE MARINE. COMMERCIAL. FARM OR INDUSTRIAL BATTERY NEEDS. Oscar's Motor Clinic & Auto Supply ftartletf 527-3131 "ferttett's Independent Garage Since 1950" IMVIIXAHAPTIST CIIUHCII Hcv. Kenneth Miller lOiOOn.m. Sunday School 1...

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

Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 6 1979 ' .. i i The Christmas Place To Shop LEADING GIFT SHOP IN DARTLETT AREA FOR THE LAST YEARS COMPLETE BRIDAL SERVICE WITH LEADINO LINES OP CHINA CRYSTAL SILVER. L&M irugs We Invite Christmas Lay a ways. Gifts For Everyone On Your List. Bartlett Texas Haeger Lamps Q Bradley Doll Lamps 20 Off Musical Stands $1 0.00 Prince Gardner Bill Folds Princess Gardner Bill Folds Coty Perfume & Coty Gift Sets Pangburn's Candy Toys For Girls & Boys All Ages Hallmark Party Goods & Cards Limited Supply Of Personal Tree Ornaments Baby's First Christmas 1 979 First Christmas Together 1979 A Special Teacher 1 979 Behold The Star 1979 Elizabeths Wilson Franz (Owners) iOCOOCOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOCOGOOOOCOOOOOOOO! Obituaries IVlr. Zschiesche Mrs. C. Walter Frances Kott Martin L Zschiesche 75 of 5407A. Tallow Tree Austin formerly of Bartlett died in an Austin hospital on Saturday Nov. 24. Funeral services were held Tuesday in St. Paul Luthe...

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

- ' Pcraky Ronnio 6-BO X BartloH TX 76511 14 "QQlJ! TRIBUNE - PROGRESS K- K- Serving Bartlett & Holland Bnrtlctt Texas 76511 Thursday December 13 1979 VOLUME93 NUMBER 0 12 Pages In 4 Sections 817-527-1424 FIFTEEN CENTS WBWllniiwlil IT i w mini irrrTff(BTinTfrWriTi'TT gHHKMHnUBBl IB V V9k ' --b2ttiHaVMHHBBSABAHHHBABABABBBAnKQEHHHSABAl HOLLAND SENIOR CITIZENS STEERING COM- MITTEE A new steering committee was recently selected to provide leadership tor the Holland Senior Citizens who meet on Thursdays at the Kuhlmann Civic Center. Seated left lo right are Mrs. Carrie Louis Allison committee member; Mrs. Lottie Thompson secretary -treasurer; Grace Grumbles committee member; Andy Bartlett Area C Of C Will Meet Monday The Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce will meet Monday December 17 to canvass the results of the election of officers and directors for the year 1980. The meeting will be held at the Bartlett Town Hall beginning at 7:00 p.m. Members are reminded to turn their ballots in ...

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

IHI i 1' Recipe Corner Living Pnec2. Thursday. December 13. 1979 ? Bridal Tea Fetes Miss Janke Bride-Elect Miss Brcnda Janke bride- elect of Doyle Doskocll of Holland was honored with a miscellaneous bridal tea Sunday afternoon at the Teincrt Recreational building. Miss Phyllis Kurtln of Granger presided at the registration table. The polished dining table was centered with a floral arrangement of roses in ivory and ruby the honorcc's chosen colors. All ap- pointments were In silver and crystal. Presiding at the serving tabic were Misses Jill Stcglich Lcannc Janke Sandy Kohring and Linda Wendlcr. Miss Sharon Janke presided at the gift display. Special guests included the mothers of the couple Mrs. Lcroy Janke of Snook and Mrs. Mozelle Doskocll of Holland and the grand- mothers of the couple Mrs Leo Janke of Hollend Mrs. Huby Lindcmann of Scguin Mrs. Raymond Doskocll and Mrs. J. T. Shclton both of Holland. Hostesses for the occasion were Misses Sharon Janke and Jill Stcglich Mcsdamcs...

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

CTD Holland Tournament Starts Today! ' Sports i Holland Basketball Tourney Starts Today The Holland Invitational Baskctgball Tournament gets underway today (Thursday) at the Holland High School gym. Tip-off In the opening game Is at 10:00 AM when the Chilton and Academy girls clash. Boys teams from the same two towns play at 11:30 AM. Salado's boys meet Rogers at2:30PM. Granger and Jarrcll meet next with the girls playing at 4:00 PM and the boys scheduled for 5:30 PM. Holland meets Florence to complete the opening round of play. The girls game is at 7:00 PM and the boys clash nt 8:30 PM. In the girls winners' brocket the Acadcmy- Chllton winner faces the Salado-Midway winner at 4:00 PM Friday while the Grangcr-Jarrell winner faces the Holland-Florence winner at7:00PM. Respective losers meet at 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM Friday. Winners In the boys' bracket meet at 5:30 PM and 8:30 PM Friday while the losers take on losers at 11:30 AMand2:30PM Friday. Play concludes on Saturday. Play for c...

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

I vM'-i-nt .. 1 1 ; .ii.iii.-.- I r "r y h i ' w m Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 13 1979 ;;; Tribune-Progress USPS 04UO0 Btrtlttt Tribune founded In 1SU. Holland Progren founded In U?. All opinion and viewpoint In the Tribune Progrei do not neceuarll represent the editorial oplnlontol this newipaper PublUhed weekly In Oartlett Texa 7AS11 by Taylor Newspaper. Inc.. Taylor Texa. Second clatt pottage paid at Darllett Tea 74511. STAFFMEMDERS Mr. Dorothy Jean Dartlett Temple Kallut Mr. Betty Hill Mr. Barbara Hill Ronnie PerKy RamlroCortet Jimmy Howell Subtcrlptlon Rale: tl 50 per year In Bell Milam and Wllllamton Counllen tS per yearelewhere. 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 Pojtmaiter If undellverable end Form )59 to Tribune Progre Bartlett Tea7SII. & Circleville Philosopher (Editor's note...

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

Tribune-Progress Thursday December 13 1979 Page 5 Bartlett Bulldogs Win Florence Tournament Coach Franklin Jones' Dartlctt Bulldogs basketball team posted winning scores of 97-76 83-53 and 71-52 to easily win the annual Florence Invitational Basketball Tournament ' which Was held last weekend in Florence. In the opening game of the tourney Thursday morning sophomore Charles Smith blistered the nets with 40 points to lead the Bulldogs to their 97-76 win over District 28-A foe Granger. Bartlett led Granger 39-25 V& SMITH nilOTIIEIlS SUPER The talented Smith brothers Anthony on the left and Charles on the right were named to the All-Tournament team at Florence last weekend. Charles a sophomore averaged 31 points a game during the three game tourney Anthony a senior popped the nets for 31 points had several steals and assists and helped the Bulldogs control the offensive and defensive backboards. In Florence Tourney Lassies Finish Second at half-time and then poured in 58 points in ...

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

--i -- -T - -v-rr -- - wv r - t'W- fl'ii '-' Pago 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 13 1979 r'" Granger Defeats Holland Hornets In Florence Local Harris Rating System -Wkno.)5- Granger edged the Holland Hornets 66-63 in overtime in the second round of the Florence tournament last Friday in Florence. Holland had earlier fell to Academy 70-44 in the first game of the tourney despite having beaten Academy the week before. The Holland-Granger contest was tied up 57-all at the end of four quarters of play forcing the game into overtime. Three players dominated the scoring charts for Holland: Handy Doskocil with 19 Kirk Goodnight with 17 and Kevin Bcnner with 1G. Leading the Holland rebounding effort was Doskocil with 22. In the Academy game Doskocil again topped scoring with 13 points. Kirk Goodnight had 8 Kevin Bcnner 7 Alan Johnson 6 Gary Doskocil G Charlie Bennlght 2 and Robert Wylie 2. Bartlett Visitors Fay Whitlow of Robstown and Mr and Mrs Fay Whitlow Jr. of Alice were weekend g...

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

Tribune-Progress Thursday December 13 1979 Page 7 Library Notes (JGccdQ By M.A PETTI M.D. A pound of fat represents 3500 calorics. So if you want to lose a pound a week subtract 3600 calorics a week (500 calorics a day) from your usual diet. In a year you could take off 52 pounds. Why shouldn't a man over tell his secrets in a cornfield? Because it has so many ears. What keeps the moon from falling? It must be the beams. t T T t ? I 1 1 BJIBIBB1IH lueine mjoey inroiLE iwsasso wM TV REPORT - Robin Williams tho Mork of ABC-TV's "Mork and Mindy" let out a very carthling-likc squawk before suing for S5 million over n ro-relcasod movie. It seems ho didn't like tho film producer's advertis- ing campaign. He said tho ads Implied he's the star in "Can I 'Do It .VtiWT Need Glasses?" when all ho really has is two scenes Talented comic Flip Wilson is making a TV series comeback in "Tho Cheap Detcctivo" n msm DON'S BARBECUE 117 Wost Travis (Downtown Holland) Barbocuo Lunchos Sandwichos Or By Th...

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

r7 Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 13 1979 IBHHI &. J5 ft v "SERVICING TEMPI.! SINCE lSI" 1 PAIKTIMO T WW" I .. I WE INSTALL I KJA) vmocasavioi 773-1551 AUTOMOBILE R i-i. ' l liiNiifaooimiiii GLASS J GRIFFIN AUTO BODY SERVICE ragg 101 1 CtNMAl UUCI 0 II IlKS IOUTM Of W AOAMt) 1 " I E The Business And Professional People i i i i i i i THANK YOU! We 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. Ave M 710 E. Control in Tomplo in Bolton 778-5223 939-3573 Plonty Parking Spaco Of TEMPLE Are Extending To Our Neighbors In The Bartleff And Holland Areas A Warm And Friendly Invitation To Visit Us This Fall And Often During The Year. PONTIAC GMC AMC & JEEP ALL IN ONE LOCATION! i " M Harry W. K.alon Milton O. Whitley Representing Allstate in Temple for the past 24 years. Call 773-1593 1204 South 3 l...

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

V Tribune-Progress Thursday December 13 1979 Page 9 Classified Advertising Rate 6 cents per word. 1 .20 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progreii will not be responsible for more than one In- correct Insertion - TRIBUNE-PROGRESS FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL Phone 527-4424 iiiiini- "i F"'l M . ..ItJiTW Avi"t'i 1 F i "J1 i -Vrrrx'or P P B" fiy --. 7-V . mojPIB . f fiirftoTjfl h v w I I I LP ' c i d7 T 1 fn -1 't -i2J j H a I a I mJ 0''it FiDi I 1 Jrvw UrM ! 1 I J J I Et JSl -55 I 1 JMW.r.7 i"jpi Mill 1 H I Mi. .!! .'.V ''". xLiA II WOLF HARDWARE FOR YOUR HARDWARE NEEDS PHONE 527-4237 ISAAC INSURANCE AGENCY AUTOMOBILE FIRE WINDSTORM BONDS AND LIFE INSURANCE Kay Gorman S 3 7 3 6 3 6 SAAGE & ASSOCIATES INC. INSURANCE I VHilJTJrfHt J mtrtfJJf AGENT 3 hiiiitii mmi- p DIAL 527-3337 Bortlott Douglas DEPENDABLE Since For your AUTOMOTIVE. MARINE. COMMERCIAL. FARM f OR INDUSTRIAL BATTERY NEEDS A Oscar's Motor Clinic & Auto Supply Bartlett 527-3831...

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

A 'Nfrer -r-t Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 13 1979 Obituaries Miss Walraven BELTON-Miss W. Elizabeth (Doc) Walraven 81 of Bclton formerly of the Paririe Dell Commuinity died Friday evening in the Temple nursing home after n long illness. Funeral service were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Heartficld Chapel with Ilev. Lcroy Kemp officiating. Burial was in the Salado Cemetery. Survivors include four nephews Jim Dill of San Antonio George Spears of Richardson Dan Spears of Houston and Mark Walraven Jr. of Arlington; one niece Joe Frances Cruse of Irving; one sister-in-law Madge Walraven of Arlington. Mrs. G. Wilson Funeral services for Mrs. George (Eunice) Wilson Jr. 68 of Route 4 Bclton were held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Miller Heights Baptist Church in Bclton with Rev. David Shuttlcsworth of- ficiating. Burial was in McDowell Cemetery near Belton. Mrs. Wilson died Saturday In a Temple hospital after a long illness. She was born in Bartlctt and lived In Bclton most of her ...

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

ii i - H i ... i J". mw i jmhink r U' VOLUME 93 NUMBER 20 BHin Ui H I . k&B&BmW ess HBV1 ST JC MJKia w Klk sWB . ; ts.-y1 heSNJ-!fV HOLLAND TOWN CHRISTMAS PARTY Santa Claus talks to Kevin Kurtz son of Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Kurtz as other youngsters wait their turn at the Holland Town Holland PTA Enjoys Hy BARBARA HILL ) A large crowd attended the December PTA meeting Monday night. Mrs. Mary Helen Godnight Bell County Co-Op music teacher and the Holland Elementary teachers were in charge of the program. The kindergarten and first grade students sang CHRISTMAS BELLS SANTA CLAUS MY TWO FRONT TEETH and SEASON'S GREETINGS. The second part of the program included CHRISTMAS ALPHABET DEAR SANTA HAVE YOU HAD THE MEASLES? CHRISTMAS IS REMEM- BERING AND MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU I HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU I sang by thesecond and third grade students. The evening concluded with the colorful presen- tation GREEN-SLEEVES acted out and sang by students In the fourth fifth and sixth grades The choi...

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

Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 20 1979 le'd like to soy grociousness in oil our the opportunity to Y wi ClDTOl10jfCM V&S GULF SERVICE Raymond Shirley and Randy Schlapia Wallace and Doris Voight BARTLETT for a brilliant Christina radiant with IirifJIU memories! Our tlianks for your loyalty ai Zeienevitz Jewelry Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Zolonovitz .Mrs. Margio Mason Mrs. Patti Ruomko Mrs. Isabello Cameron Bartlett cflerrily you'll roll and our heartfelt Super The City of Holland Would Like To Take This Time To Say Season's Greetings To All Its Citizens. Wt hops toch and every one of you has a Very Mtrry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. NUfyMv Cfty Council mmhrs Qhf Serttry Wftr Md Swr Craw o tff tfc City f Ktfrnri thank you for your dealings and for be of service. I r ml onfiluuM. M' IrS along with our best holiday wishes . . . thanks for your confidence in us! Service Station Holland Leah Class of Ihe First Baptist Church; Bartlett met Friday evening in the Edu...

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

CHRISTMAS EDITION Bartlett Texas Tribune-Progress Thursday December 20 1979 Page 3 Hornettes Just Miss Third Place In Holland Tourney Tourney Won By Salado Girls Academy Boys Senior Lou Mcwhlnney picked up another all- tournament trophy at the Holland Invitational Basketball Tournament last Thursday Friday and Saturday but the Hornettc team fell a few points short of a team trophy. The gikls' defeated Salado junior vlrslty 51-23 In the In 13-B Football Thursday Jarrell In opening round then took on Friday's play. Holland led throughout most of the Jarrell contest but it was close all the way and In the final second Jarrell freshman Carol Havelka dropped in the basket that gave the game to Jarrell 36-35. The Hornettes opportunity for a trophy fell by the wayside in the final round of play as they were edged out by Chilton 53-50. If the tournament was any indication this year's district race should be another lively one. Jarrell lost to Salado by one point in the cham- pionship Indica...

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

i i WIV WWVWf liWlHpMnniMHBHfflMH r$ t - - - -- ..--- 'IMH i Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 20 1979 CHRISTMAS EDITION Bartlelt Texas Tribune -Progress iim JKewpcnv iWBf( euucrti The Consumer Alert USPS 044100 Bartlctt Tribune founded in tSM Holland Progress founded In UM f ff m Circleville Philosopher (Keillor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher U his Johnsongrass farm un (he San Gabriel Hiver throws a small monkey wrench In to the time machine this wl-ek.) Dear editor: It didn't bother mo but for a while the other day some people were excited because a scientist said a large strip of California was bulging Said his measurements showed that a section of the earth's surface has pushed up and it was a matter of great interest if not profound concern Later it was reported his measurements were based on some original measurements which were themselves incorrect This got me to thinking. What if the guy who first measured a minute and reported it contained GO seconds and then...

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

wmmmmmmm PmVMPP WWPPNPIfVIVPI pvnq "" JIff. " V' ' T CHRISTMAS EDITION Bartlett Texas Baptist Church Has Annual Christmas Program Children youth and adults of the First Baptist Church of Bartlett were privileged to present the Christmas story In characters and music at the Will O'Bcll Nursing Home on Sunday December 1G at 2:30 p.m. for the residents and guests. At 7 p.m. Sunday evening the church held Its annual traditional Christmas program to honor the birth of Jesus. The story of Jesus' birth as recorded in the Bible in the book of Matthew was presented by the children 1 and 11 departments and accompanied by the youth and adult choir. The church was decorated by Mrs. Bill Brookshire and Mrs. Leslie Evans with traditional greenery and glimmering candles. At the conclusion of the program members came and presented gifts which will be taken to the Baptist Childrcns Home in Round Rock. Following the worship program the group ad- journed to the Educational building for the Christmas t...

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