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

r -v1 - Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday March 4 1982 TRIBUNE PROGBESS uspsouaoo Oarllett Tribune founded In 1884 Holland Progr founded In 1893. All opinion and viewpoints In the Tribune Progress do not necessarily represent the editorial opinions of this newspaper Published weekly In Oarllett. Texas 74511 by Taylor Newspapers Inc. Taylor Texas Second class postage paid at Oarllett Texas 7431 1. STAFF MEMBERS Ronnie Persky Mrs Dorothy Jean Darllett Mrs. Imoaeno Morris CORRESPONDENTS Mrs Deity Hill Mrs MaeMardln Subscription Rates U 00 per year In Dell Milam and Williamson Counties; 18 per year elsewhere Any erroneous reflection upon the chancier 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 undellverable. send Form J$7 to Tribune Progress. Darllett Texas 74511 Circleville Philosopher f Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his ...

Publication Title: Tribune-Progress
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 March 1982
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 March 1982

) Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday March 4 1982 Looking Back By James Pcrsky Radio is now accepted as a common everyday thing but such has not always been true. On February 24 1922 the following predictions were made concerning radio in an editorial in The Bartlctt Tri- bune: "People living in remote homes will sit in their living rooms and hear ninstcr- Eicccs of mu3lc playing in the ig city concert halis. Politi- cal orators will have mess- ages conveyed over the coun- try through radio instru- ments. "Such methods of commu- nication must be a boon to invalids and shut-ins and elderly people who are cut off by inability to attend public gatherings. The wire- less telephone will bring into their secluded rooms the activity of the outside world and their life will seem less limited. Such folks will enjoy church services without stirr- ing from their homes. "Wireless telephony is only in its infancy and it Is impossible to predict how far it will go." Even so (considering the last s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 March 1982

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlctt Texas 76511 Thursday Marcli 11 11)82 VOLUME 06 NUMBER 31 817-527-M2I FIFTEEN CENTS Bulldogs Miss State Trip By One Point BynonnlePcrsky Having the talent but not the luck the Bartlett Bull- dogs missed the regional championship in Victoria Saturday by the bounce of a ball Behind most of the time in n battle with the Nixon Bobcats the Bulldogs put together a late rally with Louis Walker hitting the bucket with 3:08 on the clock to tie the score at 60-all. Nixon came right back to score with 2:55 on the clock then Greg Turner hit with 2 42 to tic it up at 62-all. A free Uirow by Nixon's Bonnie Gay with 2:13 re- maining gave the Bobcats a 65-62 margin but the Bull- dogs still would not give up. Charles Smith came back to lower the margin with a basket at 1 59 on the clock then Bobcat Henry Bcnavi- dez answered with two points with n 1 21 reading on the clock Greg Turner dropped one in with 110 on Die clock to make it 67-66. Bcn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 March 1982

mmmmmm Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday March 11 1002 Amigas Class Celebrates 53rd Members and guests of the Amigas Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church of Barllcll gathered around beautifully decorated tables in the dining room of the educational building for n covered dish banquet. This March fourth meeting mark- ed the fifty-third year that this class has been a contin- uously active arm of the church studying God's Word and rendering services as needs occurred President Mrs Vonelle Powitzky welcomed those GRANGER AUTO SUPPLY GARY L. STEGLICH Owner NEW SERVICE FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT & SPIN BALANCING AUTOMOTIVE PARTS & ACCESSORIES GENERAL REPAIR SERVICE WELDING & CUSTOM METAL WORK WRECKER SERVICE AVIALABLE 202 E. Davilla St. Phone: 859-2712 Granger Texas Rfl PEOPLE POWER. Behind your electrical plug are thousands of people. TP&L people. People searching for fuels. Building plants. Stringing transmission lines. Generating the power you use. People working ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 March 1982

1 HORNETS Tribune-Progress Sports Thursday March It 1982 Page 3 Hornets Open Baseball Play In Salado Holland Hornet baseball gels underway this week with the Hornet squad sched- uled to play in the Salado tournament. The Hornets will meet Salado in the first round of that tournament with the opening game scheduled for Thursday at 5:45 p.m for the two teams. Other teams squaring off in the opening round are Jarrcll and Lorcna; Hamil- ton and Hyde Park and Florence and Lake Travis. The championship game for the tournament will be at GIRL LITTLE DRinnLEHS- Bottom left to right Kati Gaudry Veronica Perez Marcie Stroud Melissa Taislcr Sonya Duggcr Top left to right Wcndi Gotchcr Kasandra Huglcy Dena Hosch Tina Bcnncr Tracy Hill and Mr. Fagner. Coach. Not pictured arc Shannon Stroud and Melissa Valchar. Track Season Underway tfwE iHHf jSVHbl TJft wQfifflMnM Track & field season officially starts in Holland this week with the high school girls and junior high girls traveling to Thornda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 March 1982

Page 4 Tribune-Progress. Thursday March 1 1 1982 CAPITOL UPDATE (I U.S. SENATOR for TEXAS V SO'- TRIBUNEPROGRESS USPS 044(00 All opinion and viewpoint In the Tribune Progress do not necessarily represent the editorial opinions ot this newspaper Published weekly In Dartlelt Texas 7451 1 by Taylor Newspapers Int. Taylor. Texas Second class postage paid at Dartlett Texas 74511 STAFF MEMBERS Ronnie Persky Mrs Dorothy Jean Dartlett Mrs l mogene Morris CORRESPONDENTS: Mrs Deity Hill Mrs Mae Hardin Subscription Rates' U 00 per year in Dell Milam and Williamson Counties; U per year elsewhere Any erroneous reflection upon me character or reputation ot 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 76SU Circleville Philosopher (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his .Johnson grass farm on the San Gabriel River somes up with nn (Mid notion this week.)...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 March 1982

u 1 ' '. - n ii f ' VICTORIA ACTION Chnrlcs Smith left tries n shot during Friday night's game between Hartlett and Brookshtre-Royal Pictured In the center Is Greg Turner Fischer Takes First Shlrl Fischer began her campaign to return to state competition in the shot put with a strong first place finish in that event at Hayes Consolidated last week. Shirl had a toss of 39 feet 4 A inches which compares to her first toss of the season last year of 32 feet 11 Mi inches. Last year Shirl placed third in the state Class 2A meet with a heave of 37 feet 11 inches. The winning throw was 40 feet 3 inches. The Bartlctt Lassies arc scheduled to compete at Thorndalc this Saturday March 13 in track & field competition. BARTLETT PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gucrra and Donna-Marie and Mr. and Mrs. Cirilo Rodriguez of Dartlctt were in Austin Satur- day for the wedding of Mary Ann Herrcra to Richard Col-unza. Bulldogs Sports Tribune-Progress Thursday March 11 1982Pagc5 'rt rfev ilW t JMll? Kv fa H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 March 1982

Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday March 11 1082 ?. it- .'i us Maajaw ! Y.rfi' JU .k Ma At aAt m sk .. l Hi 1 w " am. .amm a ALw MBomI H HbH Bl Kk M likw JmL di i Mii ill JiABl "fiHHNVA ngEpj "PHPa fBnjEP MnUnMMM The meat people give you more! t Newl Oak Farms Lo-Fat ij&il Plllsbury All-Purpose Rose-Dale Whole Leal w3Star-Kfst. Spring Water HES All Grinds f Chocolate Milk IRJ Flour 1 I Spinach Iciip Chunk Tuna K I Jm Dairy Hi irff & Oak Farms Trlmllni or Reg. y Cottage Cheese Lb. Tub y"C Oak Farm Sweet -8 QQ Cream Butter i-u. out. I Home needs: 199 Ajax Cleanser c. u-or. sMO Dlth Detergent J 1 E Palmolive Liquid 22-01. I Hungry Jack - flQ Mashed Potatoes 26.7-01. Hungry Jack Light - Pancake Mix 2-Lb.ooUUC Pllltbury Plui Aitld. Varieties Cake Mix i7-ounct doxDUC Pllltbury Ready to Spread pa Frosting Supremete.s-oz. I Pure Vegetable OflQ Crisco Shortening 3-Lb.il Dutterkrutt Dread Wheat Berry i.s-Lb.Loat99C Mrt. Dalrd't Qf Vienna Rollst8-ci.Pkg.oyC Nabltco Crackert . Premium Sal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 March 1982

WJfJVUl9PWJ9l4VPPH9J19l9tVW9P9PPPPI!fJlWV9Pq W4W'!33K5$! ' '-T.'J. '- Tribune-Progress Thursday March II 1982 Pagc7 T?e Scientists Tell Me . . . Cattle Industry Can Benefit From Technology Advances llPfll Aw jjttR' Xyf r ' wlfei iPftl iv2b wr b sJyLl M. Ik tI w ISotB W H ijH mm vwp W ! Jf 1 K3I HOLLAND MI Members In grades 4 5 and 6 were winners in the Hell County Fair TFU Asks For Set-Aside Modifications WACO- In an effort to increase participation by Texas farmers in the recently announced USDA crop acreage reduction program Texas Farmers Union President Mike Mocller has asked U.S. Secretary of Agriculture John Block to consider two important changes in the program. As outlined by the USDA a farmer will be prohibited from putting his 1982 crops into the Commodity Credit Corporation loan program unless he reduces his planted acreage by 15 percent fusing 1981 acreage as a base) for cotton wheal or rice or by 10 percent for corn or grain sorghum. MOKIXKIt WHO farms in Hays and Guadal...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 March 1982

Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday. March 11 1982 Looking Back By James Persky Though it may seem like a rather dull subject the histo- ry of an annual clean-up week In Bartlctt docs have its high points. On the night of Thursday February 20 1908 a mass meeting was held at Whitlow Hall in Bartlctt. Tills meeting had been called in response to a request by the State Health Officer for coopera- tion from the citizens of every town in Texas in the interest of sanitary condi- tions. A local committee composed of four men and four women was formed to device plans and to call a mass meeting for the purpose of carrying out these plans. On February 28 1908 The Batlctt Tribune commented: "To make Bartlctt a 'spotless town' is the object of the ladles of the town and the Tribune hopes they will meet with unbounded success in this laudable undertaking." A week later The Tribune reported the following news: "The mass meeting held Monday night in Stanley hall which was for the purpose of taking de...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 March 1982

-TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress. Thursday March 11. 1982 Page 9 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune ProgfMi will not be rcjpontlble (or more than one in correct mwtflon MH i'H illB H v I B "S & i FOR SALE Clean 1970 ..Chevrolet Impala 4-door; A.C. All extras low mileage. $1025. Call 527-3925. 3-18 pel. Could use your listings. Suitable properties properly priced; Usually have buyers. II. M. Keith Real Estate 527-4457. 4-1 pd. HULLS Young Angus Hulls ready for service. Also 5-ycar old Brahman bull. Hall Angus . 352-5781 7 p.m.-B a.m. 3-11-82-chg. SAAGE & ASSOCIATES DIAL 527-3337 Bartlotf INC. INSURANCE I FOVftr MniitfJm 1 ALL BUICK OWNERS! Holland Area Service Man is Don Longshore. Holland Ph: 657-2339 Temple Ph: 773-4548 Hundley Bulck wants satisfied Quick owners. For service information call Don anytime. For information on now Buicks Call K...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 March 1982

Pago 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday March 11 1982 Obituaries Elum Meissner Elum Meissner 82 of Dart- lctt died Friday morning in a Bartlctt nursing home after a long Illness. Services were held nt 2 p.m. Sunday at the Good- night Funeral Chapel in Bart- lett with the Rev. Al Cronk officiating. Burial was in tho Bartlett City Cemetery. Mr. Meissner was born in Bartlctt. He was a retired farmer and a Methodist. Survivors include his widow Erna Meissner of Brtlctt; a son Marvin Meiss- ner of Sulphur La.; two daughcrs Frances Shelton of Katy and Dolores Ncitsch of Austin; a sister Norma Hughes of Leaky; eight grandchildren; and six great- grandchildren; and an uncle Fred Mlihlhause of Bartlctt. Pallbearers were grand- sons Douglas W. Meissner Rodney W. Jordan Craig A. Shelton Wayne Shelton Gary Kochl Kenneth Arends Jimmy J. Weaver and a nephew Robert Paul Meiss- ner. Ruby Turner Mrs. Ruby Turner. 83 Bryan died at Panama City Fla. on Tuesday March 2 1982. Services were Friday. March 5 at 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 March 1982

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Hnrtlclt Texas 7(5511 Thursday March 18 182 VOLUME 9G NUMIIER 32 817-527-1121 FIFTEEN CENTS Holland City Council Hears Park Report Davilla Being Stocked With Deer Effi hYbiHB. wv. t 4T y .YAYHB t a 4hYbYbYbh The Holland City Council met Tuesday March 9 at 7 p.m. at the City Hall with Roger Houston Mayor pre- siding. Others present were councilmcn Goodnight Bris- bin Diclss Unbcrhagcn and Svadlcnak; City Secretary Janet Nelson and Ncale Potts City Attorney. A drawing for position of names on the election ballot was conducted at this meet- ing with candidates to be listed in the following order on the election ballot: 1. Wayne Goodnight 2. Arthur Diclss 3. Kenneth Krcinhcdcr 4. G. L. Brlsbin Delinquent water custo- mers will be notified of the cut off date. Wayne Blalock from Texas Power & Light was present at the meeting to discuss rate hike. They are asking for a Holland School Board Meets The Holland School Boards regular meetin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 March 1982

"'""w''"w'''wwwwff Pago 2. Tribune-Progress Thursdny Mnrch IB 192 ' The First Baptist Church of Holland was the setting Saturday afternoon for the wedding of Barbara Ann Arnold and .Tames Ray Harri3 of Rogers. Rev. Jay Thomas officia- ted at the double ring cere- mony The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Arnold Jr of Holland. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harris of Rogers. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of white sheer over satin featuring an em- pire waist scalloped neck- line and long puffed sleeves. The bodice was overlaid with lace rclmbroldcred with pearls. The skirt extended to a train and was enhanced with lace scallops and pearls. Her shoulder-length veil of illusion was trimmed with lace appliques and edged with lace and was attached to a bandeau of white satin and pearls. Wedding music was pro KNOW THE TRUTH Ye shall know the truth and 1 1 the truth shall FORGIVING Oil RETAINING SINS By Homer Putnam Reeves Minister...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 March 1982

HURDLE RACE Stcfnny Atha displays the form of a winner as she glides over the hurdles during the 100 meter hurdle competition at Thorndalc. Hornets Edged Out Of Salado Tourney The Holland Hornets open- ed the 1982 baseball season on a sour note dropping two games in the Salado baseball tournament. The Hornets faced Salado in the first game and fell 20-10. Jon Marc Goodnight led Hornet hitting with 3 for 3. Scoring in the bottom of the seventh inning Lake Travis edged Holland 14-13 in consolation bracket play. Goodnight was 2 for 3 in that game while Kevin Ben- ncr was also 2 for 3. Both players contributed a num- ber of RBI's. Salado went on to win the championship trophy with a 5-0 win over Austin Hyde Park Baptist. Jarrcil beat Florence for third place and Lorcna de- feated Lake Travis for the consolation crown. Next baseball action for the Hornets is scheduled for Thursday March 25. A doublchcadcr is scheduled with the Academy junior varsity starting at 5 p.m. in Academy. Holland...

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