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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 January 1982

Pnge 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday January 14 1982 Recme Corner RAVE REVIEWS COCONUT CAKE 1 pkg. yellow cake mix 1 pkg vanilla instant pud- ding and pie filling one and one-third cups water 4 eggs V4 cup oil 2 cups angel flake coconut 1 cup chopped walnuts or pecans Blend cake mix pudding mix water eggs and oil in large mixer bowl. Beat at medium speed of electric mixer 4 minutes. Stir in coconut and walnuts. Pour into 3 greased and floured 9-inch layer pans. Bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes. Cool In pans 15 minutes remove and cool on rack. Fill and frost with Coconut Cream Cheese Frosting. FROSTING Melt 2 tablespoons butter in skillet. Add coconut stir constantly over low heat until golden brown. Spread coco- nut on absorbent paper to cool. Cream 2 tablespoons butter with cream cheese Add milk and sugar alternat- ely beating well. Add vanilla stir In 1 cups of the coconut. Spread on tops and sides of cake layers. Sprinkle with remaining coconut. "POINTS OF INTEREST" EASY DOES IT Wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 January 1982

HORNETS Trib une-Progress Sports Thursday January 14 1982 Page 3 - Hornets Take Consolation In Tourney y 7 h MUVE IT IN Iticky Bcnnight (10) shows his expertise nt ball handling while Roy Johnson (30) keeps his eye on the opposition during the Holland-Florence game Inst week in the Academy Basketball Tournament Holland won the game which moved them into the fight for Consolation Trophy. See Holland 7th Grade Tournament Brackets Page 9 FUTURE STAR 'C'im Krumrio who will b'o a sonior next year at tho University of Wiscon- sin plays tho Nose Guard position better than anyone in America.' 1 foresee a long and suc- cessful NFL career for this U-foot-3 2r5-pouiul tulontcd lineman. Ohio Stato Head Coach Earl Druce told me "Krumrie is an outstanding football player. He's big and plays oxtremoly well." This Ail-American will win tho Hcisman Trophy in 1082 - bet on it. He'll brako tho long string of running backs who've dominated this award. Krumrio will look very fine in Florida orange and w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 January 1982

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday January 14 1982 I Tribune-Progress I 9 USPS04.W00 ij m Bartlett Tribune founded In 1834 H Holland ProgreM lounded In U9? I AM opinion and viewpoint In the Tribune Progreu do not necessarily represent K H theedltorlaloplnlonsolthlsnewspaper. a 1 Published weeKly In Dirtlett Texas 745)1 by Taylor Newspapers lift Taylor H 8 Second class postapepajd at Bartlett Texas il I I STAFFMEMBBRS 1 m Mrs Dorothy Jean Dartletl H Mrs. Detty Hill S Mrs DarbaraHni f Ronnie Persky jij 1 Subscription Rates M.00 per year In Dell. Milam and Wllltamjon Counties 8 per i n year elsewhere. H H Any erroneous rellectlon upon the character or reputation Of any person llrm or 1 I! torporatlonwhUhmayappearlnlhecOlumnsoltheTrlbune Progress will glad'y S I be corrected upon being brought to (he attention o! tneedilor. ffl H Postmaster- If undellverable send Form 3579 to Tribune Progress Dartlett Letter To The Editor Circleville Philosopher (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosoph...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 January 1982

wpwwwwppppfppwPfWfwfffwfWfffffPfffpfffwfwffTTTfwPTfTrn THT!TTTT?TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT?TTTTnTT!rr Bulldogs Trib une-Progress Sports Thursday January 14 1982 Page 5 State Hank No. 2320 Federal Reserve District No. 1 1 r I'J ) ? V OoHMtfaw 2?s v --e ON DEFENSE - Charles Smith (center of picture In white uniform) prepares to make n dnsh for the ball during the Bartlctt-Lago Vista game at the Jarrcll Tournament last Saturday the Championship Trophy. Bartlctt won the game to take Fischer's Free Throw Provides Win In a spectacular battle to the finish. Shirl Fischer's free throw with 1:40 remain- ing in the game gave the Bartlctt Lassies a 25-24 win over Manor and the champ- ionship trophy in the Jarrcll Basketball Tournament. The game was tied up 20-all early in the fourth quarter after Bartlctt had led most of the game. A basket by Manor with 4:48 on the clock gave the opposition a 22-20 edge. Carol Sartor tied it up with a goal with 3:41 on the clock then Manor came back to score again 20 se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 January 1982

"i Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday January 14 1982 r MBUHMIHWIIIIIMMi iM"---- - 71 illiim lllllinil Him iniiBil Foodland's fantastic pork and beef sale! mztiim HH9ks ESi E7TOJ FH urn! J I l 17 H 1 nomn mvr Hi Laundry Super Suds Detergent Gunt4oot eUBC For Laundry 07Q Rinso Detergent King sue 76ozbo Fabric Softener Sheets zoclbo89c Bllh Site n .I Lux Beauty Soap usouneiBin I 64 Ounc Size q nqud neon lumiiLiaaie Formula 44 Vick's Cough Syrup Tube 3 02 Btl 49 Trail Blazer Conlidlni Tomato Sauce 4 bo A Bargain q - Showboat Spaghetti u mo c.n I Bush's q - Blackeye Peas u no 300 cans l Plain or lodliad n Parade Salt 4 ze ounce boi.i ! Parade CCl Prepared Mustard 24oUneuaruBC Paradi Grepelrult or O fl Parade Orange Juice 4s ounce can oblC DELTA Dog Food Bj b mm IV a 1 1 Ml I HV5 25-Pounda 3f$fti TOWELS Q? 'ajajajT' JumuuHULL (Bajar jov HHRmBBHJL ill IjLJUBBBgfiGiiaaHlBBBH Shndy Forma Grade A H tfHfe VIPWB Large 7Q bbbbhmh a T a aaiaaiS Pnnc . W Oak Farms Collage Cheesei6onus99c Chuck Stea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 January 1982

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm HBHbHII lit 'MAN MAGNET Lance Thomas a conductor of electricity Mrs Nan Poe in background. l l!BHMHflQMuflHliKuHliHlHH JOHN MIM.Fit and Kevin Kurtz generating electricity i CRISWEIA PREDICTS BANK OF HUMAN ORGANS I predict by the year 1995 if your liver is weak or your stomach is wear- ing out all you will need to do is to go to n Federal Hank of Human Organs and Parts fill out an applica- tion undorgo an examination and at a modost charge will be fitted and installed with a new livor or stomach. If your hnir is thinning all you need to do is request a roscalping and pick your favorite hair color. In one day you will bocomo a changed person. SHATTERED DREAMS - I predict shnttored dreams for a famed woman politician whan mows leaks out in Washington later this yoar that she oncjo was a member of tho Communist Party. MADISON AVENUE TIP - I predict many manu- facturers of products will bo advised by Madison Avenue advertising firms nut to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 January 1982

1 1 V Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday January 14. 1982 1981 seemed to offer a lot of hope for Texas farmers and ranchers as the new year unveiled. Almost anything had to look good after the disastrous drought of the previous year. Producers who had managed to survive financially were ready to play their cards again in one of the biggest gambles going- agriculture. THE LIVESTOCK PIC- TURE 1981 did get off to a good start for the most part. The winter months were mild which was a blessing to livestock producers faced with short hay supplies due to the drought-shortened 1980 crop. Then spring rains came with regularity over the state a sign of things to come. Grazing conditions got off to a good start over virtually all of Texas and continued throughout most of the year Some ranchers in western areas acclaimcdd grazing conditions to be the best in about 20 to 25 years. However too much rain at times also caused problems for livestock producers. Some livestock were lost to flood waters...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 January 1982

I TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday January 14 1982 Page 9 j Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. Th Tribune Progre$ will not b rponibl for mort than one In correct Insertion "" ' ' ( Ui L vajff N. M hVT a W m . aLvi!r Till I MF! rr'i rcB T 1 i Hr "i-D I W- LI I J J ''''' 'i I U i L! ..yl k. -. - 1 I I -f '-.v I" t .il Br In-HBHl HM 1 1 MTTFTtf . ""7 ' I n i WW m 3 if I V HAVE BRUSH WILL TRAVEL. Am Interested in starting n Ceramic Class on Monday nights. If interested please call: Betty's Ceramics 1B0S VV. Ave. II Temple. H17-770-5170. 1-14 pd. ISAAC INSURANCE AGENCY AUTOMOBILE FIRE WINDSTORM DONDSANDLIFE INSURANCE KAYOORMAN SIMM y rj:i ttJVn. Loaqo cw lC t -r JOE LILES Representative Phono: Homo (017) 657-2488 Food Storo (817) 657-2340 P.O.Box 366 HOLLAND TEXAS 76534 SAAGE & ASSOCIATES INC. INSURANCE Bartlott '"'Yf 7ACWT ' Church Calendar DAVILLA ASSE...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 January 1982

Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday Jnnunry 14 1902 Obituaries E. Curtis Vernon Ernest CdSvan E Curtis Vernon 78 of California passed away Jan uary 5tli after a lengthiy illness Hurial was held in San Diego. California. Survivors include his wi- dow Iluby Vernon; two dau- ghters Dorothy Gene and LoisFnye two brothers Hen P Vernon of Houston and Eddie Vernon of Shrcveport La . three sisters Mrs. Mnblc l)roughcr. Mrs Nola Hobbins of AustlH and Mrs. Mar Ituth Cline of San Diego Calif and several grandchildren Theodore Hine Funeral services for Theo- dore! Hine GO of Davilla were held at 10 a.m. Thurs- day at Phillips & Luckcy Funeral Chapel in Rockdale with the Hcv George Doss officiating. Burial was in the Davilla Cemetery. Mr Hine died Monday in a Temple Hospital after a len- gthiy illness. He was a life-long resident of Davilla and was a disabled veteran of World War 11 In which he served as a Army Staff Sargeant. Survivors Include his wi- dow Catherine Hine of Da- villa and a bro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 January 1982
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 January 1982

wmmmmmmmmm Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday January 21 1962 Brandi Bartlett Has First Birthday MHHtrt m ONE YEAR OLD Brandi Jean Bartlett was one year otd January 16th She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Neddy Bartlett III of Bartlett. Her grandparents arc Mrs. Dixie Dawson and Mr and Mrs Ned Bartlett Jr. all of Bartlett She is the great-granddaughter of Mrs. Alice Powitzky Mrs. Ruby Bartlett and J A Powitzky all of Bartlett Brandi Jean Bartlett celebrated her first birthday anniversary Saturday with a party at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Neddy Bartlett. The Holly Hobble motif was emphasized in the decorations and refresh ments. The chocolate birth- day cake holding one candle centered the serving table. Party favor bags were distributed to the guests and gifts were presented to the lionorce. Those attending were Stacy Krueger H. R. Sartor. Lecann Gregory (Bubba) and Kirby Dawson. Also Mesdamcs H. K Sartor Scott Krueger Greg Dawson Bob Powitzky Dixie Dawson Alice Powitzky Ru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 January 1982

f I Holland Hornets Open District With 81-17 Win Over Jarrell The Holland Hornets have come on strong in district basketball play with wins last week over Jarrell 81-17 and Buckholls 54-3G. Four players hit in double- digits in the Jarrell game: Kevin Benncr with 17 points Jon Marc Goodnight with 14 points Lupc Rodriguez with 14 points and Ricky Bcnnight with 13 points. Jon Marc Goodnight led rebounding with 17. Dan Kallus had 5 steals. Others scoring were Roy Johnson 8 Kenneth Smith G Darren Stroud 4 Dan Kallus 2 Gary Warren 2 and Gregg Volney 1. In the Buckholts game Benncr topped scoring with 19 points. Roy Johnson had 10 Dan Kallus 8 Jon Marc Goodnight 8 Ricky Bcnnight G and Jamc& Hart 1 Dan Kallus led rebounding with 14 while Jon Marc Goodnight had 13. In junior varsity play against Jarrell Holland took a 49-26 win. Lupe Rodriguez had 12 points James Hart 10 Albert Rodriguez 7 James Masters 4 Arthur Warren 4 Kenneth Smith 4 Alfred Dugger 3 Brandon Spinn 2 and Brown 2. Holla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 January 1982

Tribune-Progress USPS 044800 Bartlett Tribune founded in 1886. Holland Progress founded in 1892. All opinions and viewpoints in the Tribune Progress do no? necessarily represent the editorial opinions of this newspaper Published weekly in Bartlett, Texas 76511 by Taylor Newspapers, Inc , Taylor, Texas Second class postage paid at Bartlett, Texas 7651 1 STAFF MEMBERS Mrs Dorothy Jean Bartlett Mrs Betty Hill Mrs Barbara H, I Ronnie Pet sky subSc ription Rates $6 00 per year in Bell, Milam and Williamson Counties, $8 per year elsewhere Any erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation of any person, firm .r 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 undeliverable, send Form 3579.to Tribune Progress, Bartlett, Texas 76511 Circeville Philosopher iilt ,i il ,dt lit" ( ii ille Philosopher on his ' ,hnsongrass farm on the in G;ahriel River may be in cer his head this we...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 January 1982

'core 108 I'fnts Lassies Blast Austin Lake Travis I J cq, r f theo nt points in oe' game, the Bartlett Las- sies took a 108-61 basketball win over Lake Travis last week, paced by Shirl Fis- her's 69 points. (oach Rick Ingram re- i,, ted that the Lassies had a fantasticc night shooting, hitt- ng on 61 percent of their shots overall. Ree Gadison tallied 25 hints for the Lassies and others scoring included A- retha Williams 4, Jean Jones 3, Joan Jones 3, Amy Janke 2 and Carol Sartor 2. Cold shooting against Lib- erty Hill spelled disaster as the Lassies took their first district loss last January 12, 29-28. 1 .il iin ur I i the game, the Lassies came back strong in the second half, but nar- rowly missed the win. Bartlett managed to com- plete only 21 percent of attempted baskets against Liberty Hill. Scoring for Bartlett were Shirt Fischer 21, Ree Gadison 4 and Carol Sartor 3. The Lassies go to Rogers this Friday for a crucial district battle with the junior varsity boys match schedul-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 January 1982

Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday January 21 1982 FOODl MEAN III swStw Mm m 1 Vr ;.-sausage tlttCMV5 'cwnflyW'f. I rl III!!! rasn Ivi'C iwin ielliea leV" (l"f Y4v IV-J All Premium Flavors f di... nu ' Ice Cream Round Half j vaatiuii White Rim: S Silver Rim: 2.29 Gold Rim: 2.39 03(3203 8 QflQQW (HMKOIGSs Seneci Frojan 0 Apple Juice O6o.cn I Sweet Crei'n 1 QQ Oak Farms Butter u qui I Oak Farms Sour Cream b ounce cupUoC Carlton's Kim Salad Jalapeno or 110 Pimento Cheese 75 01 cuP 1 Cooper Hallnioon IRQ Cheddar Cheese iootn.o.1 Cooper Country Processed Singlet 1 I Q Cheese Slices izounPk0 1 VIcICi I47 rUMIIUIcl 44U 3 Ounce Botlli Clalrol Normal Oily or Dry Herbal Shampoorounc.Bti oUC Come n Gel It Dry Dog Food 20 pound Big 599 0M Vitamin C Rich & Very Juicy Texas Oranges 8s1 Golden uoiaen r m CarrOtS OlLb Cello Packages I US No 1 4A 04 California Lemons I U For I Large Crisp California Celery US No I Medium Size Colorado Yellow Onions ? SI L. sulks I 0 SI L. Lbt For I to 1 !:'.; 'Hfr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 January 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday January 21 1902 Page7 Grisham Files For House Position go msm m& . j 1Mh'vj"l7: 'wlr -wSZSH Kppiw i v I f:v7i2ffiM H'M .tli k;w.. SNOWMEN The snow Inst Wednesday in Bartletl produced nol only a holiday for kids but a number of snowmen. These pictures were taken at various locations around town Chnrtcr Number 8008 National Hank Region Number 1 1 RKPORT OF CONDITION Consolidating Domestic and Foreign Subsidiaries Of The Charter Number 8008 National Hank Region Number 1 1 RKPORT OF CONDITION Consolidating Domestic and Foreign Subsidiaries Of The First National Bank of Holland In the State of Texas at the close of business on December 31 1081 Published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency under title 12 United States Code Section 101. ASSETS Thousands of dollars AVtiisiiiinuuuu i rom depository . ... institutions ' $1695 U.S. Treasury securities G73 Obligations of U.S. Government agencies and corporations none Obligations of States and po...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 January 1982

Pago 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday January 21 1982 Hightower Says Government Officials Doing Little To Boost Farm Income FORT WORTH.TX; January 8 1982-Jlm Hightower Dem- ocratic candidate for Texas Agriculture Commissioner said today that "Our govern- ment officials arc fiddling while a major farm depres- sion is sweeping Texas like a prairie fire." Hightower who was guest speaker at Uie Texas Farm- ers Union annual convention said that "The family farm- ers of this state are in the worst financial shape that they have been in since 1933 and the situation is out of control. That's bad news not only for farmers and rural people but for all of us because the family farm is the backbone of our entrepre- neurial system and the only competitive force that stands between consumers and mo- nopoly control of our food supply "The latest economic fig- ures from the Department of Agriculture Texas A&M the Federal Reserve Bank and other sources confirm what farmers already know-lhe farm econo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 January 1982

""'1 '.CiHffl5 SftftAX Tribune-Progress Thursday January 21 1-82 Page 9 W'J'wriTT T TTJ J . M W.I.! Classified Advertising Rate Jfc '.w":H 1 I V 1 I 1 1 I r"KyA7Xvl I ll 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per od. -JHrV:. .i r- P I I Wt Hi mf'rK Jvr;l 1 P I All Classified Advertising cash In advance. - .am 1 t 1 I I I i I ft ft t 1 1 ..'--". 1 B Ik;".'"'' '.1 ''W Th Tribune Progrett will not be retpontlble lor more than one . '.; o'-Vs-vvr" ----i i?i!. i-S 'Xayi corrc' lnMrlon' -TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 WHERE DO YOU GO TO BUY BOLTS? Oscar's Motor Clinic and Auto Supply in Bartlett We have a complete line of quarter inch to one inch bolts at reasonable prices. tfc. ISAAC INSURANCE AGENCY AUTOMOBILE FIRE WINDSTORM BONDSANDLIFE INSURANCE KAYOORMAH SIMM SPJST Lodge 80 JOE LILES Representative Phono: Homo (817) 657-2488 Feed Storo (817) 657-2340 P.O.Box 366 HOLLAND TEXAS 76534 ROAD GRAVEL Contact Allan Hill 657-2667 or Teddy Flcbig 657-2345. Deliver any- ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 January 1982

Page 10 Tribune-Progress. Thursday January 21 1982 Obituaries Mrs. e.c. Albert Martinez Stabeno Sr. Albert Martinez 53 of Dartlctt died Thursday in a Temple hospital after a brief illness. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Ss. Cyril and Methodius Cath- olic Church in Granger with the Rev Walter Matus offi- ciating. Durial was in the Holy Cross Cemetery. Rosary was recited at 6 p.m. Friday in Goodnight Funeral Home in Dartlctt. Mr Martinez was a life- long resident of Dartlctt. He was a welder. Survivors include his wi- dow Ester Martinez of Bart- lett three sons Ernest Mar- tinez of Elgin Arthur Marti- nez of Thorndale and Michael Martinez of Dartlctt; two daughters Maria Ramirez of Thorndale and Rosie Marti- nez of Dartlett; three bro- thers three sisters; and 10 grandchildren. Mamie Wacker Graveside services for Mamie w. Wacker of 1311 S. 51st St. Temple were held at 10 a m Monday at Moffat Cemetery with the Rev. Joe Cooper officiating. Mrs. Wacker died Friday in a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 January 1982

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlett Texas 76511 Thursday January 28 1982 VOLUME 96 NUMBER 25 817-527-142 J FIFTEEN CENTS pl .... -f. . a Winning Entries Named In Taylor Livestock Show A new auction record of $80929.14 was set in sales at the 27th Annual Taylor Live- stock and Poultry Show when buyers met at the Taylor Livestock Auction Co. Satur- day afternoon placing their bids on the top animals in all divisions with auctioneer Billy Joe Simmons. Winning entries from the Bartlett FFA Chapter includ- ed Shelley Marshall winning Reserve Grand Champion in the chicken division. Also winning in the chicken divi- sion were Victor Mnrck 6th Lisa Carlson 7th and David Kauitzsch 13th. In the Hog division Darrcll Marek won first in the light veight and 3rd in the medium weight. Victor Marek won 7th in the heavy weight and 12th in the medium weight. Lisa Carlson won 7th in the light weight. Leslie Scott also had entries in the chicken and hog division but did not place...

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