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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 December 1979

V v k- vvvyvf v Wt't vvy.''f Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 20 1979 CHRISTMAS EDITION Bartlett Texas fv i I . y-y:-:r--m?A .()::--'lJ"ip--.''-'. !-;ir: .:: -.v:-; $ WW WMII from these Temple Merchants Hope To See You Often In 19801 HAYNES UPHOLSTERY SHOP Louvor Drapes Fine Fabrics Custom Window Shades Selections Woven Woods Custom Furniture Solar Control Shados Docoratinq Dinstinctivo Upholstering Auto Seat Covors $ FREE ESTIMATES J319 W. Av. G 773-1461 Visit us for the LATEST IN WINTER FASHIONS AND FOR SPRING '801 Marge's Fashions LOCATED IN THE PONDEROSA 2625 S. 31st 778-2008 fOOOOK dJPolar Bear-Ashburn'sj) Ml ICE CREAM PARLOR V Natural Homemade Style Ice Cream 2900 THORNTON LANE SOUTti LCOPSUOPPIN0 CENTER Ml 33 FUV08S ANDCHANGIWG COWSTANTLYff AT v3 ICE CREAM CODAC. SUNDAEC TP MALTS SHAKESPMOSPHATES. BANANA SWLITC-HOF DOGS OG POCKET SANDWICHES WE'RE OLD-FASHIONED AMD WANT YOU TO TEY Ufif FREE PARTY ROOM WITH RESERVATIONS 778-9112 Piggly Wiggly Food Stores Two Fine Loca...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 December 1979

t CHRISTMAS EDITION Bartlctt Texas Tribune-Progress Thursday December 20 1979 Page 11 jEHlHIIWWmiiiMii Tf from these Temple Merchants VISIT US OFTEN IN 1980! www icac ELOUISE'S STITCHERY PARLOR COMPLETE NEEDLEPOINT CREWEL AND LATCH- HOOK RUGS CANVAS AND YARNS FOOTSTOOLS PILLOW FORMS TOTES HOURS: 9:30-5:30 MON. FRI. SAT. 9:30-4:00 M02 S. 31st 773-7871 &OfWKKM H H H tf.HJt.HH H HJIK ajUOaaC BAIRD HARDWARE DO IT YOURSELF HEADQUARTERS HARDWARE-HOUSEWARE PLUMBING SUPPLIES ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES BLACK & DECKER POWER TOOLS FIX ALL PAINTS-COLONY PAINTS HMMIM1-JUMMTMM W " If If V M M M f f y. GRAY INTERNATIONAL Safes & Service Phone 778-3648 1709 W. Avo. M 773-6134 riflfKMM It MUM WM HUMUMMMMH FARM EQUIPMENT SERVICE INC. Authorized Salos & Service CASE AND MASSEY FERGUSON FARM & INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT WISCONSIN ENGINES Complete Service Department Intersection Hwys. 95 & 190 773-5817 TEMPLE HOME FURNITURE CO. Home of Quality Furniture at Lower Prices! 106 N. Main 773-6838 I...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 December 1979

AxuxnxnitiviWx' Page 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 20 197P CHRISTMAS EDITION Bartlett Texas Homemade gifts. . . 4 $Bt m mr Yuletide favorites from the kitchen txxxxxx IWISHESJ is?3 0 1 he holiday brings no greater - r pleasure than a chance to express our o ? and our friendship be as lasting as the - a - u- u . . . iKyL -i sincere thanks for your trust and patronage. ' May all your Christmas dreams come true o o . x.o 0 JMTA -4W. 'o .--: ":' O " O O e endearing traditions of Christmas.. a o. O 0. . o o " o . ". ' O o o t'Jlt . A Zmr .tylrtv 1 0 V Kf o .ifi ms . i u zyvsr s.ana. . 5 ! o--73. .'.V r STARTS ACi ' 7k Windmill Package Store Holland Country Store Holland Wltbt firgt'jBoelil PP ill Humblyhey came in wonder and T II II I adoration bearing regal gifts to the nwluffl tfjallll Prince of Peace. The miracle of the uj A K oA H''y B'rl conlmues t0 inspire people jflx( m kll everywhere uniting them in peace fWfffVLfn $ and brotherhood We are grateful. TyK Bjll The Officers ...

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

Pfli'afcy Ronnie 6-80 X Bartlctt TX 76511 TRIBUNE - PROGRESS r- Sewing Bartlett & Holland VOLUME 03 NUMBER 21 28 Pages In Three Sections Bartlctt Texas 76511 Thursday December 27 1979 817-527-4424 FIFTEEN CENTS Wll.l. O'HELI. CHRISTMAS WESTS The kin- dergarten class of Barllell Elementary School paid n Christmas visit to the icsidcnls of Will 0' Hell Nursing Home last Wednesday The students sang Christmas OEA To Sponsor Spaghetti Supper carols and afterwards went around and shook every residents hand and wished them n Merry Christmas as Angela Freeman daughter of Mr and Mrs. Joel Freeman is doing in bottom picture. Granger Lake Gates To Close In January The Bnrtlett-Granger O.E.A (Office Education Association) is having a Spaghetti Supper on Friday January 4 1980 at the Granger High School Cafeteria Spaghetti salad and garlic bread will he served beginning at 4-30 till 7-30 pm Tickets may be purchased before hand from any OEA member of (heir sponsor Mnry Ann Miles Tickets are $2...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 December 1979

Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 27 1979 Cindy Haskett To Compete In Miss Texas Teen Pageant BBBBBBBBSBBBSjBBflP"S' bbbbbbbbbbbBSSSSj bbbBbHbkbbT n. 'JbbHbbbbbbbbS F dbiL. .r s !S3PtiiB1bbb BYBSEBw K . xBBssK' j9b9b9b9b91 j Jflflflfe JJjs." JBlllBF '.BBBH It wBSseeeee9 f 2BpT)f nBseeS9w iaBveeeeeeH Bw JSbbbbHbW -w ME . JH tt&j JftHBBKBBHBEtf amCbBIPbBI "bLbbbbLH 1 .dHB?Sj ttiflflBBBBBm Cindy Haskett ideas lor interiors Large glass apothecary jars filled with candles or cookies make a different it Deborah Kunstler ASID BEAUTIFUL GIFTS Although Christmas has come and gone the holiday is a good timu to consider presents you may have received and possibly make up a list of gifts you would like to give for other occasions. kind of gift. The jars will look beautiful In the bathroom when they're filled with bath salts or colorful little soaps. A beautiful tea service would make an elegant gift. For the homemaker friend a cutting board bookends coffee mugs a teapot ashtrays pla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 December 1979

mmmmzmmmm up" pppppppiPIPPiPiPPPPP - t rv m " t '" I '' w Tribune-Progress Thursday December 27 1979 Page 3 Holland Girls Pound Thrall In Non-District Basketball mm. The Holland Horncttcs came back strong in over- time last Tuesday December IB to thrash Thrall 57-48 in basketball action at the Holland gym. Holland fairly well dominated the action throughout the game up until the fourth period when Thrall put in a bid for the control of the scoreboard. The Horncttcs led 12-G at the end of the first period 23- 18 at halftime 34-24 at the end of the third; then saw Thrall get the lead 40-39 with 4: 01 to go In the fourth. Thrall seemed to have control of it until Inspired play by Holland's Kim Hardin and Paula Bales turned the game around. IT was kirn Hardin's free throw with 1:23 to go in the tt fourth that tied It up at 44-44 all. Hardin and Bales put Holland in almost total control of the overtime period to give the Horncttcs the victory. Bales scored 1G points Kim Tabor 15 and Lou ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 December 1979

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 27 1979 Postmaster Texas7JII Circleville Philosopher Editor's note: The Cir- cle ille Philosopher mi his Johnsongrnss farm on the San Cnhrlel River peers Into MHO as far ns he can. Dear editor: It wasn't a good year for scientists or economists. Right near the tail end of '79 scientists fired a satellite into space and lost it. Obviously they forgot to tie a ball of string to it to unwind as it sailed off into space. Economists fared no better At the start of the year they said we're In for a recession Half-way through they said it was here Night now they're still trying to find nut whore it is. It's not every year you can lose both a satellite and a recession As for 1980 the experts are now taking their annual predictions on the theory I think that if enough experts make enough predictions somebody is bound to hit something right The only safe prediction I can make is that of the ten men now running for President one will be elected and thr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 December 1979

Dance Classes Present Christmas Recital The Sons of Hermann ballet classes of Schwcrlner presented their Christmas recital to their families Thursday evening December 20 at" the Sch- wcrlner Club House. Mrs. Carol Uenz - Ed- 'wards their teahcer in- troduced the four groups The pre-school group (3 & 4 yr olds) dancing to "Santa's Hag of Toys" were: Gina Gischcr Stacey Freeman Erikn Gerlg Spring Jankc Lisa Krueger Amy Melting and Mary Wilkins. Kindergarten and first graders danced to "Santa's Reindeer". They were: Angela Freeman Amy Gielbunt Kristen Horak Waller Perry D'Ann Sch- wcrlner Dawn Schwertner Heather Slmcik Paul SplegclhaUer and Brooke Volney. Dancing to "Christmas Song" were the Second - Fifth Graders: Wendy House Elizabeth King Karen Kneten Kimberly Lenz Klmberly Marshall Trad Metting and Pamela Spiegelhauer The Sixth Graders High School group dancing to "Santa Claus IS Coming to Town" were: Melissa Hicks Amy Janke Kristin Kneten Shelly Marshall Andrea Owen Jeanne Pop...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 December 1979

Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 27 1979 iWWcMMWt I f t t ft '&? WP -iiiii &. fjffiMxwlWMm hell n iwMnmamM'wmam .jw jwnm tli'mUiU IU ".'I flT'S POSSIBLE! Robert Schuller Seeds of peace Ironic as it may seem Alfred Nobel after whom the Nobel Prize is named was the inventor of nitro- glycerine. It was his hope that this product a magnifier of blasting powder would contribute more to peace than to war. "The day when two army corps will be able to destroy each other in one second" Nobel said "all nations will recoil from war forever and disband their armies." His prediction has not come true. However the hope of peace endures. What can we do as peace-loving individuals? The answer may lie in the Great Com- mandment: "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart and with all thy soul and with all thy mind." When we love one another we create the ripple effect that happens when n.stone is tossed into n pond. The sin- gle impact has multiple reactions. If you long f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 December 1979

- TRIBUNE-PROGRESS FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL Phone 527-4424 Babys children's ladies i mens clothing $l up Household goods fur- niture. Williamson Counties finest con- signment shop. The Warehouse - Hwy. 81 North (past high school) Georgetown. 8C3-6764. 12-27-79-chg. HOLLAND HOUSE APARTMENTS: For lease 1 bedroom 1 bath from $135; 2 bedroom 1 bath from $160; For more in- formation call 773-1599 or 939-1137. tfc I DO predatorial skinning. Larry Martlnka Bartiett. 12-27-79 W ' ''" y; rmitriijM Till I BBT i ifrw mSBI r i ' . ..iA I I J I Hf B BV ' " .VwB Bill -." ' -mr JBsABl I I I li B I 1 h H UUUmr" A-"k - ""'B I I SH H-iHHr SHHHH1 n Vhw 1 I mJ J fi r'n ' VfV.JAt 'f .I I B 1 lHnin :HHH "! I I I I 1 Br ;' "fC'l I n I B. - vfl 1 I 1 MMM Mr' ;.(. -hjfr ..' ' .A v I I ' iwit '''! ; m k. A. J kV I OHO ill pi. 6 i WMjJny- I B t 'wirtii "ii LW Tribune-Progress Thursday December 27 1979 Page 7 Classified Advertising Rate 6 cents per word 1 .20 minimum charge per nd All Classified Advertising cash...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 December 1979

--. .-VS"i-. Page 8 Trlbu.ne-Progre.ss Thursday December 27 1979 B Mi-ii " K. r " I ' "I -' . OMhfe KBSvtBn J . . j . i trt ...J jtKKk wBBBBBrvBi BbBBI IBh lfl " yf iv fll I I 1 1 I JM liBuBflBflflflnlBBfllK BflBs vBBJr fi Jlft vHTtfl iIkh lb iBbIBi Sflfli fBflfl BBflBBflflflflflflflflflflflJli BBvIIILbW'biTbbV IH mn IK Bf mr r ft' 111 i r lgi WJWTB 8 -flL'L3-I SJIjIm AMmT f PJ flK flV fliBBVivKBV jB 1 ra aMlSlBr lBBBBHU"flBBBBBMHBHfliKMK?TBBTBBBVrSBBBBV BKBBE-BPl i VkStMM HbBBBV JBnBBVflBi BB oIHbBv BBBf BnHBBiBBBBBBKlil BBBH iwBBb Et EBhI F fMHr iBflBflBM -V" ' .H Si AffLLBBBl I hk HI HOLLAND lTA CIIHIST.MAS PKOCItAM - Tliesc scones offer hlghliglits of the Holland PTA Christmas program held Monday Dec. 17 at 7:00 p.m. in the school cafetorium. Elementary school students at Holland sang traditional Christmas songs and acted out the Christmas story. A large crowd turned out for the annual event. HAPPY NEW YEAR Obituaries John R. Patterson Services for John II. Patterson. 78. or Har...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 January 1982

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Hnrtlctt Texas 76511 Thursday January 7 U)82 VOLUME 90 NUMBER 22 817-527-1 12 1 FIFTEEN CENTS Bartlett Stag Party Is Next Week I J ! SPECIAL hKHMCK St John Lutheran Church dedicated a new building fifty ears ago this January The event will be observed with special activities this Sunday X St. John Anniversary Of Church Building St John Lutheran Church will be observing the fiftieth anniversary of the dedication of St John Lutheran Church building Sunday January 10. At 10 a.m. Sunday tho cornerstone will be opened and the contents will be viewed Following will be the 10:30 a.m morning worship service and Holy Communion and a brief history of the church. At 12 noon members will observe a noon meal at the TRC building Each mem- ber Is asked to bring a LIBRARIAN RETIRES Bartlett Mayor Bobby Hill presents Mrs Virginia Wacker a plaque upon her retirement ns librarian at Teinert Memorial Public Library in Bar- tlett Mrs Wacker served for 11...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 January 1982

1 Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday January 7 1982 Rogers Girl Selected As Finalist In National Teen-Ager Pageant Miss Anna Skrhak age 16 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy J. Skrhak of Rogers has been selected to be a finalist in the Annual 1982 Miss Southern Texas National Teen-Ager Pageant to be held at San Antonio College San Antonio Texas on Mary 7th 8th and 9th 1982. The Miss Southern Texas National Teen-Ager Pageant Is the Official Regional Finals to the Miss Texas National Teen-Ager Pateant to be held Nancy Daniel ofHamp- shire Texas the 1981 Miss Texas National Teen-Ager will crown the new Queen. The reigning Miss Nation- al Teen-Ager is Lisa Bell of Wapato Washington. Each contestant accepted will be requested to partici- pate in the Volunteer Com- munity Service Program of the National Teen-Ager Pag- eant. This program teaches teen-agers to share and to participate In school and civic affairs. A Mini-Modeling Charm Course will be given during the weekend of the Pageant. The win...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 January 1982

L"lHUUflUlMPfffffTTWfffWf?WTfWffffffffPIMPPIJMffffPWWWpwfWPPW?liWWffi I Holland To Host Seventh Grade Tourney HORNETS Tribune-Progress A seventh grade basket- ball tournament will be heat- ed at the Holland gym next week January 14-16. Teams will Include Rog- ers Liberty Hill Academy Sdlado Bruccvillc-Eddy and Holland. Trophies will be awarded for first second third and consolation. Quarters will last for five minutes each. The championship game will be played at 0:30 p.m. Saturday January 16 in Uie boys division and at 7 : 15 p.m. in the girls division. Tentatively two Holland tcam3 have been scheduled to play in both boys and girls divisions. Opening games for the boys will put Rogers against Holland No. 2 at 11:15 a.m. Thrall against Liberty Hill at In girls play Holland No. 2 Sports is scheduled to dIqv Rocers at 10a.m. Thursday January 1:45 P-m Academy versus Thursday January 7 1982Pagc3 14; Thrall will play Liberty uruceviiie-Eddy at 5:45 p.m. Hill at 12:30 p.m.; Academy n"d S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 January 1982

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday January 7 1982 Tribune-Progress The Consumer Alert uspso4aoo BMlett Tribune founded In H6 Holland Proereti (oundtd In 1SV2. mk All oplnlonj and viewpoint! In the Tribune Progres do not neceuarlly repreienl the editorial opinions of this newjpap r Publlhed weekly In Bartlett Texa 74511 by Taylor Newspapers Inc Taylor Second class postape paid at Bartlett Texas 7a5l 1 STArFMEMBERS Mrs Dorothy Jean Bartlett " Mrs Betty Hill Mrs Barbara Hill Ronnie PersKy by Mark White Attorney General Subscription Rates M 00 per year In Bell Milam and Williamson Counties; J8 per yearelsewhere Any erroneous rellectlon upon the character or reputation ol any person llrm or corporation which may appear In the columnsof the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention ol the editor. Postmaster II undellverable seno Form 3579 to Tribune Progress Bartletl TeM 76511 Circleville Philosopher (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Jo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 January 1982

Bulldog Varsity & Junior Varsity Play In Jarrell Tournament Coach Franklin Jones will take his Bartlctt Bulldogs to the Jarrcll tournament this week offering plenty of bas- ketball action for Bartlctt fans. Both the varsity and junior varsity teams arc scheduled to enter the tournament offering the opportunity for more than one team trophy and even the possibility that Lassies Travel Looking to pick up where they left off after defeating Thorndale before the holi- days the Bartlctt Lassies will enter the Jarrell Tourna- ment this Thursday January 7 with the hopes of bringing home n trophy Bartlctt will meet Milano in the first round game at 12:30 p.m. Thursday while Lago Vista and Thrall clash at 9:30 a.m. The two winners meet at 3 p.m. Friday and the two losers at 9-30 a m Fri- day. In the lower bracket one slot was still open after a last minute schedule change jH Thru Monday January 18th EHJ I jH 1 0.000 or more deposit required Rj! 1 6 MONTH T-PLUS CERTIFICATE SuMUnual MWffU...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 January 1982

Pafic 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday January 7 1082 r Foodland Dollar Days Sale starts Thursday January 7 and lasts through Wednesday January 13 r Rose-Dale Cream Style or Whole Kernel Corn A n A 34 I 303 Cans I i Rose-Dale Sweet Peas 3 $1 303 Cans Show-Boat Pork & Beans 3 $1 A Rose-Dale Sliced Beets 3$4 303 Cam TOU !W iHiS' All Grinds Folger's Coffee 1-Lb Can Moxlco Bakory Flour Tortillas Plain No Boons Wolf Chili Nabisco Premium Saltines Nabisco Oreo Cookies 12-Ct. Pkg Big 19-Oz. Can 16-Oz. Box Giant 19-Oz. Pkg 199 69c 119 tisy yyF 149 ssssssv 4b lHHB Y HHiiBHDB iTeW m tt am. A. w JL V L a" .flHi .al E MORJlaAR Wffl Golden Quarters Imperial margarine Mb. cm. All-Purposo Pillsbury FlOUr 5-Lb. Bag iUsbury f5IC 79c 69c u'fl fW'c'MOJ U.S. W1 Fresh Ibv I09 Deluxe Sraham Fudge Stripes or Oilmeil Fudge rvUBUIKI UUUMBS 11.502. Pkg. Bath Sin f n - Lux Beauty Soap O sot. Bin I Mrs. Beird 'i n A Cinnamon Rolls ins ounce poyC Butlerkruet p Break-A-Slice Bread t6 ounce LoaitiUC 'Plus' Flavors...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 January 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday January 7 1962 Page 7 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per od. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. Tn Tribune Progren will not be reiponilble for more than one In- correct Insertion. TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR 'QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 i in mi . - ' ' i in ! ' i - .( -1 V - - - laaaaaar .1 Wi Ctt ittw a Ifl I H 1 0 Cfuil Mat 4V?m f'BBBBi !- ri ibIbbIbHJ H ilkbM. Wtw 1 J aaJ hHv' ' r'''P(rriIl I BAfc 1 iAVB " vJbVJbVJbb H I 0 I I n H BR V BH .' - L f ! 1 1 (H ms m m n BiBiBbhj I I I H BbI ?'t i . i I 1111 I ; v v FOR SALE - Light aluminum Camper for S-W-B easy to handle with inside light and lock tall gutc. Tinted glass and carpet for floor. Nice one. 817-527-3821 Bartlett. $125.00. 1-7 pd. ISAAC INSURANCE AGENCY AUTOMOBILE FIRE WINDSTORM DONDSANDLIFE INSURANCE KAYOORMAN ) SPJST Lodge 80 JOE LILES Representative Pltonot Homo (817) 657-2488 Feed Store (817) 657-2340 P.O.Box 366 HOLLAND TEXAS 76534 ASSOCIATES INC. I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 January 1982

Pngc 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday January 7 1982 Obituaries Omar Wallace i Services for Omar H f (Polly) Wallace 69 of Hous ton and formerly of Granger were held at 2 p.m. Monday at Condra Funeral Home in j Granger with tho Rev. Jerry i It. Raines officiating. Burial ' was In Granger City Ceme- 1 tery. Mr. Wallace died Thurs- day in a Houston hospital after a long illness. He was a retired farmer. Survivors include his wi- dow Thelma Wallace of Houston; a son Lonnie Wal- lace of Houston; a daughter Georgia Turner of Seoul Ko- rea; and four grandsons. James Lisenbe James Frank Lisenbe Sr. 80 of Killccn died Friday in a Temple hospital after a sudden illness. Services were held at 10 a m. Mor.day January 4th in Dell Plains cemetery south- cast of Bclton with the rev. J. F Franks officiating. Mr Lisenbe lived in Bell County most of his life. He was a carpenter at Fort Hood for 1G years and was later self-employed until he retired in 1956. He lived in Waco for eight years before returnin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 January 1982

"vWr""."''- .' TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlett Texas 7C511 Thursday January u 1982 VOLUME 96 NUMHER 23 817-527-1424 FIFTEEN CENTS Bartlett Stag Party To Be Staged Friday Night j-.t-j-w---.: ? v-7 w"4 ST. JOHN SERVICE St. John Lutheran celebrated the 50th anniversary of the dedication of its building Inst Sunday Garland Knetcn left and Lorain Kauitzsch exhibited papers which had been placed in the cor- nerstone fifty years ago (see related article). St. John Celebrates Blustery winds and bitter cold did not prevent a large number of people from gath- ering at St. John Lutheran Church Sunday for the 50th anniversary of the dedication of the church building. During a special dedica- tion ceremony prior to the worship service Raymond Lenz presented a history of the Bartlett Lutheran congre- gation after which Lorain Kauitzsch and Garland Kncten opened a small metal box removed from the cor- nerstone. Due to the inclement weather the openina of the box and disp...

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