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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 February 1982

iWpW!f Pnge 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 18 1902 Slan Schlueter's Legislative Report fppw5 L Letters to DEBORAH WHIT!" JVl DEAR DEBBIE: I suppose this is going to sound absurd but I am an Innocent husband who is being accused of fooling around. My wife constant- ly refers to my "girl- friends" in open com- pany. Not only is this embarrassing to mp and my friends but it is un- true. Why my wife should feel this way is a mystery. I have never been uwny for a weekend overnight or even slipped uwny for a few hours without her knowing where I am. When I tell her to stop making this false accusa- tion she asks me to prove her wrong and how can anybody do that? Somewhere along the lino I lost my wife's trust and I huve suffered for it. But I cannot imagine how I did it. I love her and my marriage is very dear to me. How do 1 remove this cloud of suspicion that is destroying my marriage?. JEALOUSY VICTIM DEAR VICTIM: I'll take your word for what you say. If you arc fooling around s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 February 1982

PjffjffjpjjjjfWWpjpppppppjlPf -TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 18 1982 Page 11 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The It ihunt Progrew will not be rcjponjlble tor more than one m correct insertion Jfii'V'1" mhih B I 1 few Wm I i 'I I bV L' A ''"' iFr' i 1 I V ;V f ( YARD SALE - Weather permitting Fri. & Sat. 8:30 to ? Full size sheets bed spreads kitchen chairs Por- table B&W TV Sway Lamp Gas Heater Dishes Toddler & Children's Clothes Couch Go-Cart 73 Vcspa Mopad Bike May More Items. 440 East Davllla St. Bartlctt 527-3239. 12-18 pd. FOR SALE - 3-bcdroom. 1 bath frame home. Nice lot. On Davilla St. 3 years old. Has Central Heat. Grady Bailey Real Estate Bclton 817-939-3774. tfc SAAGE & ASSOCIATES INC. lilAL W-3337 Bartlott INSURANCE ALL QUICK OWNERS! Holland Area Service Man Is Don Longshore. Holland Ph : 657-2339 Templo Ph : 77...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 February 1982

Y$ Page 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 18 1902 rr tffWW Obituaries One Of Bartlett's Favorites Celebrates 84th Birthday Mrs. Taylor Mrs. Homer (Suslo) Tay- lor 85 of Little River died Saturday morning in a Tem- ple hospital after a long illness. Services were held at 2 p m. Monday in First United Methodist Churdh in Little River with the Rev. Robert Warden officiating. Burial was in Wilson Valley Ceme- tery in Little River. Mrs. Taylor was born in Reed's Lake Community and had lived in Dell County most of her life. She was a member of First United Methodist Church of LittleRiver. She was preceded in death by her husband who diod in August 1978. Survivors include three sons H. G. Taylor of Cocoa Fla Harold Taylor of Fair- field Calif. and Dill Taylor ofTcmplc; three daughters Mrs. Marvin (Mary) Trojan and Mrs Dclbcrt (Barbara) Ivcy both of Little River and Mrs. Bill (Sue) Russell of Bronco a sister Irene Smith of Bclton 14 grandchildren; and 23 great-grandchildren. Hcartficld ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 February 1982

BARTLETT BUSINESS WEEK TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlctt Texas 76511 Thursday February 25 1982 VOLUME !M5 NUMBER 29 817-527-1124 FIFTEEN CENTS I. Nel Persky Named To Outstanding Young Women Mrs. Nclwyn Persky of Bartictt has been nnmed to the Outstanding Young Women of America for 1981. She Is a graduate of Bartlctt High School where she was a member of the National Honor Society. In 1975 she received a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Texas graduating with high honors. For excellence In academ- ic achievements she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi. Mrs Persky is currently employed with the State of Texas Department of Human Resources as a data systems planner. She also serves as a consultant for the Office of Personnel Management of the United States in the area of training materials and instruction. Before going to work at TDHR Mrs. Persky was employed with the William- son County Sun as a reporter. She has also served as a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 February 1982

Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 25 1962 News From Holland Senior Citizens One of the largest groups ever to attend the Holland senior citizens meeting was on Thursday February 18th when 59 members and two visitors met for fellowship fun and games. Accordion music by Mr. Bartz was provided and as usual enjoyed by all. The center of interest was a beautiful butterfly design 3uilt which was quilted and isplaycdd by Mrs. Louis Moon. The senior citizens were encouraged and urged to bring any hand made articles or articles of Interest to the center to be shared by those attending. Everyone always enjoys seeing hand made articles. Before the noon meal was served a silent prayer was observed thanking God for the many blessings and a special prayer In behalf of Grace Grumbles one of the faithful senior citizens mem- bers who is In King Daugh- ters Hospital after suffering a heart attack. After enjoying the deli- cious meal several groups assisted Mrs. Bids in distri- buting cheese ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 February 1982

Holland Hornets Battle In Playoff HORNETS Trib u n e-Progress With two regulars missing the game the Holland Hor- nets came up on the short side of a 63-57 score in the first game of a district play- off against Mllnno last Satur- day in Milano. Earlier last week Holland fell to the Milano Eagles 64-53 in the last regular season game. That loss gave Milano the second half title in Dis- trict 55A forcing a playoff. It's a best two of three series with the second play- off game scheduled for Tues- day February 23 in Holland The Hornets had to win that one to stay in tho battle. The third game if re- quired was set for Friday February 26 in Taylor at 730 p.m. Ricky Bcnnlght and Roy Johnson both missed the playoff game last Saturday evening which definitely put a crimp on the Hornets although Dan Kallus took up some of the slack by playing his best game of the year. Kallus hit on 8 of 12 shots attempted from the field for a 67 percent average netting 16 points Kevin Benncr also scored 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 February 1982

f i Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 25 1962 CAPITOL UPDATE TRIB UNE PROGRESS USPS OU800 Oartletl Tribune foundedln ItM. Holland Progrew lounded In 1t92. Alt opinion) and viewpoint In the Tribune Progress do not necessarily represent the editorial opinions ol this newspaper Published weekly In Dartlett Texas 76111 by Taylor Newspapers Inc.. Taylor Texas. Second class postage paid at Dartlett Texas 74511. STAFF MEMBERS Ronnie Persky Mrs Dorothy Jean Dartlett Mrs. I mogeno Morris CORRESPONDENTS: Mrs. Betty Hill Mrs Mae Hardin Subscription Rates: U 00 per year In Dell Milam and Williamson Counties; M per yearelsewherp. Any erroneous rellectlon upon the character or reputation ol 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 Texas 74511 If undellverable send Form 357? to Tribune Progress Dartlett f- Circieville Philosopher (Editor's note: The Clr- clcv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 February 1982

! '" 7777?v v;v- i vv - t Itrtijft ( t f t t K"f "'r"i ' V f f ' 1 B'JV r1' IBIV IflBIBBBBig JJiaSaHBHragJSlE VftKJB ftR LASSIES DEFEAT ROGERS The Bartlctt Lassies put In a strong effort to take a well-deserved win over Rogers last week in the Bartlctt gym. Rogers went to take the district title. It was the last game of the season for the Lassies. Bartlett Lassies Beat Rogers Girls 52-49 Led by Shir) Fischer's 28 points the Bartlctt Lassies dropped Rogers 52-49 to fin- ish the 81-82 basketball sea- son with a 1G-12 win-loss record. The Lassies finished 7-5 in district. It was a close battle all the way Bartlctt leading 13-12 at the end of the first period but falling behind 2G-25 by half- time. The end of the third period saw a 35-35 deadlock. Coach Rick Ingram re- ported that his seniors did a good job in their last game for the Lassies. Scoring for Bartlctt were Jean Jones 7 Carol Sartor G Ree Gadison 5 Aretha Wil- liams 2 Amy Jankc 2 and Melissa Hicks 2. Junior High Track Begins ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 February 1982

v H M'V' V'MHWn v-trv Vv V fVrVv v-vtfv 'V W ?f i 'WWrWf agc 6 TribunC'Progress Thursday February 25 1982 5 JBfir H CONGRATULATIONS - . wy.. Coach Franklin Jones sSSf ' I 'Inn Pf f I Li II J H M -"vJBSi 9k 1 If ft I H L-Bipffl BAnTLETT nULLDOGS Left to right are the district Turner Charles Smith Sammy Williams and Robert basketball champs: Gary Anderson Mike Smith Leslie Williams. Scott Reggie Cobb Louis Walker Ronnie Rafay Greg TO THE 1982 DISTRICT 28AA CHAMPIONS Win State Bulldogs ff First Bank & Trust Slim's Grocery Western Auto Audrey's Coiffures Doyle's Auto Supply 527-3316 V & S Gulf Station Bartlett Dairy Qu6en Steglich Lumber Co. B & M Texaco R & S TV Isaac Insurance Ben Milam Savings Bartlett Branch Thaler's Red & White Keller's DeLuxe Cleaners T.A. Mosley Chevrolet Schwertner State Bank C.F. Hill Grain Co. inc. Raymond Lenz Trophy House Raymond-Suzanne-Kimberly-Chad 6-10 Drive In Hill Ford Inc. Bartlett Food Locker Bartlett Electric Cooperative Jim's Pa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 February 1982

r f iirii 4 T ' tttr'tTt tltttrttt'''- t1rr'ttl sjo- to i '( 1 f jU w K'Way Kare News Visiting Hiram Shaw and Myrtle Wimmer were Mrs. C. 0. Mayficld Sr. and Mrs. Sarah Shclton. Visiting Alma Grimm were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mcissncr of Temple. Visiting Hazel Goodnight were Geraldine S. Mundlne of Austin and Dro. and Mrs. Feay of Temple. Visiting Maryctta James was Yvonne Taylor of Rogers. Visiting Charlie and Bob- ble Kadlic were Nita of Academy and Dillie Mullln of Montclair Calif. G. Herman of Granger was a visitor at K'Way Kare. Visiting Mr. Darnct were Walter L. Dolchlte and Sandy of Waco. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Howe visited all at- the nursing home. Visiting Lcona Ivey were Diane Hill and Jennie Steele. Game winners in black-out were Pearl Stephens and Lee Crow. A birthday party was held on February 17th In honor of Mina Gilliam Frank Bar- nclt Bertha Grifcn. All resi- dents cake and punch. Farm Ponds Should Be Fertilized One of the easiest ways for farmers to feed their fish with a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 February 1982

iMnin v nmti )!' v'1'MHttntM 1 l Pago 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 25 1982 Looking Back By James Pcrsky On July 3 1908 The Bartlctt Tribune contained the following news: "The Ladies Department Club have recently installed a fine and interesting library at the Lodge Hall for the benefit of the pulbic. There are 200 volumes in the library and every one is first class and it is certainly an enter- prise that should be appre- ciated by all. The Tribune understands that the library will be gratis to those want- int to use it. If this is the case it is certainly commendable in the ladies." The following notice ap- peared in The Tribune on Feb. 18 1910: "Notice. "On account of moving Library from the Lodge Hall to our new club room at school building the library will not be open this Friday afternoon but all books will be expected to be brought in Friday Feb. 25. Mrs. W.G.Smith Librarian." Later that year the club decided to make the library self-sustaining. One dollar was to be ch...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 February 1982

ir-r.frTv' Tribune-Progress Thursday February 25 1982 Page 9 The Bartiett Area Chamber Of Commerce Recognizes The Following Businesses For Their Years RjjSeJEjR -mi" " 42S3RP .!' CHILI SUPPER Members of the Ernie Fischer family of Bartiett were among those enjoying the Chili Supper at the Bartiett school cafeteria last week. The supper was Sponsored by the Bartiett Parent Teachers Organization. Conservation Tillage Reduces Soil Erosion "Soil erosion by wind and water is a natural geologic process that has shaped our mountains valleys and other features of our land scape" according to Dalhart Use Conservation Techni- cian for the Soil Conservation Service in Bartiett. "But modern man's activities have greatly speeded up this process to the point where it is recognized as a serious threat to our economic well- being through loss of our productive agricultural ca- pacity" he said. "The rate at which soils erode depends upon soil type steepness of slope amount of runoff and other things...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 February 1982

J-4 N 1 . s iiyi .? svv'Vv VV ;' t f y 4n 9 ' ftMHMf1'ltUHMFHtHtt t Tittiiit(iri Pnge 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 25 1982 Church Calendar PWfc. : -t'Hp.iiwy 'WO'llIWi '&$?? "'lll! lftj !UMWM Md"""' l i A mh I' IIMM. '71' . '" UHllhl " "W'OMIl fww mn !' II"' X gwwgjig M Sunday March 7 1982 Read 2 Corinthians 5:16-21 God was in Christ personally reconciling the world to himself . . . and has commissioned us with the message of reconciliation. 2 Corinthians 5:19 (Phillips) I. .N 1980 1 DarticiDated in the launch event of "Mission to the 80s" in Suva. Fiji. After a meat Catherine of 30000 people in the national stadium missioners scattered throughout the Islands to work with the Fijian church. After a plane ride to another island I was welcomed to a lovely village in a beautiful Fijian ceremony. A man whose face had looked Into many a sea breeze spoke to me with intensity and feeling. He held out his hand In which was a tabua. The tabua a whale's tooth is a very precious p...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 February 1982

r. i -.1 ROMBERG rnllwny clerk. Eventually he retired there. Romberg's father J. D. Romberg came to the farm In 1899. He had been county surveyor in Fayette County and hoped to continue doing surveying m his new home. His father was able to fence off a three acre plot of land on the farm by using a creek on each side and a short rail fence. The three acres were used to raise sweet potatoes and corn and a little wheat. J. D. Romberg bought a threshing machine which was powered by several teams of mules. A year later he bought a steam engine to power the thresher and a year arj;cr that bought an even mSro powerful steam engine. Nearly all the farm work then was still done by hand. Cotton had to be planted by hand thinned by hand weed- ed by hand then picked by hand. Early in the century a Dr. Cole; purchased a big one cyjjnder tractor and pro- ccct?wUio try out on his farm a couple of miles south of Romberg's place on land now owned by Charles Schoen- rock. Romberg's father went to se...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 February 1982

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 February 1982

-TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PJ-IONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 25 1982 Page 13 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progress will not lie responsible lor mere than one In correct Insertion Bh 9 i I'HI I I I I Hi i flr'1 i i I 4 .& ' t vfr Will do babbitting in my home 3 mllecast of Bartlctt on Alligator Road. Gaylo Simcik. i P-4cg. WANTED experienced seam- stress granger Mattress Grange Tx. $3.50 hour start. 512-059-2128 or apply at Granger Mattress. 2-25 pd. i FOR &XL& 3-bedroom. I bath frame home. Nice lot. On Davllla St. 3 years old. Has Central Heat. Grady Bailey Real Estate Dclton 817-939-3774. tfc iSAAGE & INC. INSURANCE ) uTRL b'2-'S337 Bartlaft I if miWiipii; j 3 ytiyiJ lirfitip fjff ALL BUICK OWNERS! Holland Area Service Man Is Don Longshore. Holland Ph : 657-2339 Temple Ph : 773-4548 Hundley Quick wants satisfied Dulck owners. For serv...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 25 February 1982

i ; Page 14 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 25 1982 Obituaries C.L. Neal Mr. C. L. Ncal 71 of I West Zenith Avenue died at his home In Temple' Thurs- day morning following an apparent heart attack. Funeral services were held Saturday at 11 a.m. at the First Baptist Church. The Rev. Ed Stewart officiated and burial was in Bcllwood Memorial Park. Mr. Neal was born on January 7 1911 in Rosebud Texas and had lived in Tem- ple since 1924. He graduated from Temple High School in 1930. He received his bache- lor and masters degrees at SouthWcst Texas University in San Marcos. He taught school at Ocnnville Content Lccdale and Hcidcnhcimcr. He served as Superintendent of Schools at Holland and was the Director of Education at the Waco State Home. He was principal of TEmplc High School from 1950 to 1954 and later Visual Aids Coordi- nator retiring in June 1973. He was a member and Active Deacon of The First Baptist Church and the Di- rector of Adult Dept. since 1951. He was married to Miss...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 March 1982
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 March 1982

doung ladies of this area o c invited to enter the Texas united Teenager Pageant to :, held at the Dallas lHilton, line 28, 2 and 30, 1982, in )allas. The Texas Pageant is he (Official State preliminary ,) the Miss United Teenager tenantnt, a National Pageant includes all fifty states. contestants will be judged Scholastic and Civic achievements , Beauty, Poise ad Personality. No swimsuit petitionn or talent is in- ',lved. Contestants must be "'tween 14 and 18 years of ge as of December 31, 1982 ad must have at least a "B" average in school. Each contestant accepted ill be requested to partici- ,ate in the Volunteer Com- unity Service Program of .i',ir choice. This program ,aches teenagers to share ad participate in school and ,vic affairs by contributing minimum of 8 hours time to >me worthwhile Civic or dunteer work to benefit the 1mmaniivt before Pgeant .ch contestant is required to write and present on stage an Essay entitled "'My 'ountry." The winner of the Texas Pageant wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 March 1982

o ir Kevin Benner, the liolland Hornets fell to Mila- SO 73-46 in Taylor last Friday ",% ening to give up the district r own to the Eagles. The Hornets took the first alf of district, then were In a two out of three playoff, Holland was edged in the first game at Milano, then came back last Tuesday to blast Milano 7251 at Holland, That win set the stage for the final showdown in Taylor -*A .' ...... on the opening tipoff, which seemed to por- tend the evil to come. Milano took a 12-6 first period lead and widened that to 35-22 by halftime. Things did not improve after that. A low shooting percentage armed to be one key element the game, with the Hornets erall completing only 19 of c,;, or 29 per cent of their shots from the field. Benner was the only bright spot, with a 50 percent ave- rage which was good for 19 points. He also led the re- bounding effort. Jon Marc Goodnight man- aged 10 points for Holland. Others scoring were Roy ,hnson 6, Brandon Spinn 4, Gregg Volney 2, Darren St...

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