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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 March 1982

Page 4. Tribune-Progress Thursday. March 18 1982 CAPITOL UPDATE V FitCA2- TRIE UNE PROGRESS USPSCH4800 Dartlelt Tribune lounded in ISM Holland Progress lounded In 1171 All opinions and viewpoint In the Tribune Progre do not necessarily represent the editorial opinions ol thlt newspaper Published weekly In Dartlelt. Texas 7(511 by Taylor Newspapers Ine Taylor Teas Second class postage paid at Dartlett Texas J4J1 1 STAFF MEMBERS Ronnie Persky Mrs Dorothy Jean Dartlett Mrs ImogeneMorrls CORRESPONDENTS' Mrs OettyHIII Mrs Mae Hardin Subscription Rates M 00 per year In Dell Milam and Williamson Counties; M per year elsewhere Any erroneous rellectlon upon the character or reputation o) any person llrm 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 Texas7iS11 II undellverable. send Form 1579 to Tribune Progress Dartlett Circleville Philosopher (Kditor's note: The Cir- cleville Philo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 March 1982

imrwTTT'rrw7immiwmv t i. V 4 t HEADY TO RUN- From left to right Donna Botcllo Mcllnda Cnnavn Carrie Gadison and Roslind Davis pictured nt the Thorndnlc junior high meet last week JM HF UK jJH &.. Lwk. HP --? IHv' Hfl9BwImHBH use jku-W. sSP''' 'JBral'jBnBH Reggie Cobb Places Second Bartlctt's Reggie Cobb heaved the shot put 47 feet 5 Vi inches for a second place finish in that event in Divi- sion I of the Temple Relays last Saturday in Temple. Cobb was the only Bulldog to place in the meet Mart won the Division I title with 89 points. Rogers had 71 points and Liberty Hill 66 The Bulldogs will enter the Eaglympics at Lexington this Saturday March 20. Prelim' lnarics start at 9:30 AM and finals at 3 30 PM. The Bartlett Bullpups will enter the Junior High Eaglympics at Lexington this Friday March 19. Preliminaries begin at 9:30 AM and finals at 3:30 PM. Lough ut Mother: "Well dear what did they tench you in school?" Dnughtor: "Not much. I've got to go again." 8TII GRADE BULI.PUPS Ba...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 March 1982

Pnfieti Tnhiine Prepress Thursdu March 18 V)82 Foodland week long savings! v . "ifl"'" 1 SPecias for j! Sunnydell Grade 'A' Homogenized fr aHifllKl 0m SSls i IBS Twin Pack gfl Q S sugar tKfflmWWStfk rfTOni3 Hli 12 Gaons ww i jSSSIKKKiiwSmMKk mi i ' OBpfc i (one Fun Gai.) RjJjJfljJJ "nHHHHHIBIHIL nnMffiRIWI. 1 1 UMJBP HI '-ffnTlMlM BBHHBTt 1 aSnaflBk 0ak Farms 'Luxury' Brand JJtiJ LJLJHHPlir flHBikf mm3 Ice Cream HWlH HPllP"lMr ejefm Roundel fto iHWv l JHBB LflH 119 9 SfSfgfHg Half 'V 910 oak LHtwSl r vHBH HQH "BiHI xiiKiT.? Gallon Mciiorino HKKLSMh iur I fc pHHILW Kffli A T tt tV lll 99c KXSKl m. AwKM BHE&jUgfHHjr A Oak Farms Regular or TrimLIno HBgfflRWifflBlPffiBBBy KSHH IqJSLj Cottage Cheese P lmSMW 7aaaaBI tomrffH ... I Macaroni hbuuiijkjqjh m VUtMV Pound7CI I CherJdar F mmmm Tub c l!S IIHIv - . W ISSS . i Wtf . mm fefe lOW jT 00. Wm k JT Chef's Choice Charcoal Briquets 10-Lb. Bag $2 With Bleach 4fr Rmso m I Detergent 1 2 s m KK mm " 76-Oz 303 Con . . .W 1 W Macaronis Sandwi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 March 1982

wemmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmvminmm mmewmimmmmm ffffffpw fm fWfTFfWWWWWWfWW t V First Bank & Trust Company To Co-Sponsor TV Documentary On American Agricultural Exports Bartlutt Texas March 8 1982-First Dank & Trust Company through its mem- bership in the American Bankers Association will support American Agricul- ture Week by co-sponsoring a television film documentary which is scheduled to be aired on March 18-thc day President Reagan has desig- nated American Agriculture Day. Prosperity in the Balance a half-hour show hosted by veteran actor Ilex Allen and produced by Elanco Pro- ducts Company will be shown on KCEN-TV channel (6)-NBC-ABCatB-30p m. on March 18 The program takos an in-depth look at the role of Amorlcan agricultural ex- ports in the international balance of trade and how several U S commodity groups have developed for- eign markets for American exports. "It's appropriate that First Bank & Trust Company participates in sponsoring this show since banks sup- plied...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 March 1982

Page 8 Tribune-Progress. Thursday March 18 1982 Bell County Agriculture Produces 842 Million r Relton-Aericulture Is one of the most important indus- tries here in Bell County with an average income of $42 million GO percent of which comes from cattle sheep goats hogs horses poultry grain sorghum cotton hay pecans wheat and corn. "This contribution to the economy of the county is c ertalnly a reason to honor farmers and ranchers on Agriculture Day March 18" Agriculture Commissioner Reagan V. Brown state chair- man said. Many businesses financial institutions and individuals here are involved in provid- ing supplies credit and ser- vices to farmers and ranch ers and in processing and marketing agricultural com- modities. "Each dollar in agricultu- ral income generates four to five when it hits the market" Brown said. Bell County covers an area of 1047 square miles and has an annual rainfall of over 34 inches with a growing season - 9m lP AreTbu Sending Dollars Down the Drain? After h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 March 1982

nwf if j m i1 v iwwpwu f mwvww IP ii i v wrvrvwvjwrfiwi'V'ivf vv ww if wwpMWpvwww?fliTllf wiiiwffiwwwwfiii i' wvwv v ? -TRIBU1NE-PR0GRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday March 18 1982 Page 9 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progreu will not be reipomtble lor more tban one In correct injertlon lB- .tIB M V A. J I H I M'r TTfrr.; rs(.'.;T f 1 J a r FOR SALE - Clean 1970 Chevrolet Impala 4-door; A.C. All extras low mileage. $1025. Call 527-3925. 3-18 pd. Could use your listings. Suitable properties properly priced; usually have buyers. H M. Keith Real Estate. 5l'-4457. 4-1 pd. price Ii R i BALLANGUS BULLS Young bulls ready for service. Also 5 year old Brahman Dull. 352-5781 7p.m. 8a.m. SAAGE & ASSOCIATES INC. INSURANCE I . FOUflr mHhukf(tt 1 DIAL 527-3337 Bartlott FOR SALE - Fresh Yard Eggs. 3Vfc miles north of Holland Jim Kopecky 657- 2513. 3-18 pd. FOR...

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

.? Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday March IB 1982 Obituaries MAIITIN ALBRECHT Martin C. Albrccht 91 of Pottsville. died February 28 in a Hamilton Nursing Homo. Funeral services were held in Pottsville on March 2. Burial was in Pottsville Cemetery. Survivors include his widow Alma Albrccht; two daughters Mrs. William (Erna) Spitzcnbergcr of Shive and Mrs. Joe (Martha) Dozicr of Fort Worth; three grandchildren andd six great-grandchildren. Mr and Mrs. Egon Fried- rich and Melvin Frlcdrich attended the funeral services in Pottsville. JOHN ZGAHBA John M. Zgarba 70 of Taylor died In a Taylor hospital Sunday afternoon following a short illness. Survivors include his wife Janic Zgarba of Taylor; three daughters Barbara Bohac of Bartlctt and Betty Bailey and Irene Pavlik both of Austin; one sister Mrs. Ben MlkolaJ of Taylor; and seven grandchildren. FELIX HURD Services for Felix Hurd GO of Bartlctt were held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Goodnight Funeral Home in Bartlctt with the Rev. Fred Hay de...

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

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Itarllclt Texas 70511 Thursday March 25 182 VOLUME flO NUMBER 33 817-527-1121 FIFTEEN CENTS Congressman Leath To Address Teacher's Congressman Marvin Lcnth will address the Dell County Local Unit of the Texas State Teachers Asso- ciation on Monday April 12 at 730 p.m. in Academy according to Mrs. G. L. Powell president of the local unit. The public is invited to attend the session which will focus on current issues in the federal government facing the schools and how these issues will affect education teachers and pupils in the future. The meeting will be held at the Bliss Community Center in Academy. Each person or family in the Bell County local unit is asked to bring two covered dishes (a meat and a vegeta- ble or salad). The 1U82-83 Bell County local unit officers will also be installed nt this meeting. Bartlett Residents Offered Free Installation Free cable television in- stallation will be available to residents of Bartlett unt...

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

I'agc 2. Tribune-Progress. Thursday March 25 1982 First Baptist Hosts Gospel Concert & Revival "The Country Genera- tions" from Ft. Worth will be giving a Gospel Music Con- cert Saturday night March 27 at the First Baptist Church In Holland. The con- cert will begin at 7:30 p.m. and everyone is welcome. Herman Cramer full time evangelist from Dilley will Luther League Plans Money Raising Luther League members of St John Lutheran Church are planning a garage and bake sale which will be held Dnvilla Church Plans Revival The Davilla Baptist Church is holding its Spring Revival April 1-4 Thursday Friday and Saturday nights at 7.30 p.m. and Sunday morning at 11 a.m. with Sunday School at 10 a.m. Evangelist Is Rev. Wm. D Mewhinney from Califor- nia Jean Jones of Academy will lead the song service. Rev Mewhinney having been born in a log cabin some 4 miles north of Davilla is coming back to his birth place to preach the gospel. Everyone is cordially Invited to attend. Rev Kenneth Mille...

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

?Ht I ? If E Three Hornets Picked To 55A All-District Kevin Benncr Jon Marc Goodnight Dan Knllus were named to the District 55A All District Basketball team during a recent coaches meeting. Named honorable mention from Holland were Ricky Bcnnight and Roy Johnson. First team picks were Roland Williams senior Ml- lano; Alvlc King junior Milano; Tombo Weslcberg senior Salado; Kevin Love senior Milano; Kevin Benner senior Holland; and Jon Marc Goodnight junior Holland. On the second team were Dan Kallus senior Holland; Mike Wright sophomore Milano; Ramsey Williams sophomore Milano; Greg Mendoza Junior Buckholts; and Brooks Frazicr senior Salado. Alvie King of Milano received the Charlie Martin Award for dedication and sportsmanship. HORNETS - Junior High Scores 40 Points At Thomdale Sports Trib une-Progress Thursday March 25 1982 Page 3 It was a good effort by the I Holland junior high girls track team with the seventh graders scoring 26 points and the eighth graders 14 points in recent...

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

Page 4 Tribune-Progress. Thursday March 25 1932 CAPITOL UPDATE . wot TRIBUNE PROGRESS U.S. SENATOR for TEXAS 1 12 ItUSSELL OFFICE BUILDING WASHINGTON D.C. 20510 USPS 044(00 sruv Dartlett Tribune founded In liJ Holland Proorett founded In IS?. All opinions and viewpoint! In the Tribune Progren do not necetsarlly reprejent the editorial opinions ol this newspaper Published weekly In Bartlclt Texas 76511 by Taylor Newspapers Inc.. Taylor. Texas. Second class postage paid at Oartlelt Texas 74511. STAFFMEMOERS Ronnie Persky Mrs Dorothy Jean Bartlett Mrs l mogene Morris CORRESPONDENTS: Mrs DeMy Hill Mrs Mae Hardin Subscription Rates' U 00 per year In Dell Milam and Williamson Counties M per year elsewhere Any erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation ot any person firm or corporation whkh may appear In the columns of the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention of the editor Postmaster If undeltverable. send Form 3579 to Tribune Progress Da...

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

. v' :r..'VVvu i.immiiiimjmii Tribune-Progress Thursday March 25 1982 Page 5 Four Bulldogs Named To District 28AA Team Thorndalc placed 3 on the first team and 2 on the second team to lead all-district bal- loting for District 28AA boys basketball. Bartlett placed Charles Smith and Greg Turner on the first team; and Louis Walker and Reggie Cobb on the second team. Here arc the team picks: First Team - Charles Smith senior Bartlctt; Greg Turner Junior Bartlctt; Greg Caldwell junior Gran- ger; Roderick Hutka senior Rogers; Harley Holbrook senior Liberty Hill; Mike Mitchell junior Thorndale; D. Hernandez junior Thorn- dale; and Heath Chambers sophomore Thorndalc. Second Team - Louis Walker senior Bartlctt; Reggie Cobb senior Bart- lett; Joe Fitzgerald sopho more Granger; Larry Coots junior Rogers; Tal Ashcraft junior RogersjDanny Lind- sey senior Liberty Hill; Mark Mitchell junior Thorn- dale; and Curtis Ware Jun- ior Thorndalc. Honorable Mention - Leslie Scott junior Bartlett; Sam- my...

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

w Page 6f Tribune-Progress Thursday March 25 1982 wmi&mMMmtm The meat people give gov tern fie week-hug savings -9 ' I waters I lEft 4fe P W 0P HV f - Mriiw ' Kcoblor V W All Grind A Ho Thru Bags I nM ilia Folger's W Lipton Fers Coffee 1 Tea Bags " New from Schlltz Droworyl Sale days Thur. thru Wed. March 25 thru 31 1982 klA Schiitz Light - Sprite Tab or Coca-Cola 6 Pack 32-Oz. Bottles 469 H Plus Dep. Imperial Golden Margarine One Pound Qtrs. 2 fUJMP i-fsnvi.M HHHr IDK vHf fT 9 White Wings Tortilla Mix Four Pound Bag Jll Smooth or Crunchy Peanut Butter 18-Oz. Jar 139 69 SBflflffi -n kj Generic Smooth or Crunchy &k jfk Peanut Butter I1. p 18-Oz. Jar I pnco X Generic Evap. Milk Tall 13-0z. Cans Campbell's Cream of Chicken or Campbell's Golden Mushroom Soup ij For 1 3i0f Oak Farms Reg. or Trimllne Cottage Cheese 79 Oak Farms Orange or Fruit Drink Gallon Plastic Ctn. 79 Form Fresh o.u r i:Mi K UtJIiU ndUlbllCb -F Cello Packs 140Slze 4 s-fl California Lemons 10For1 Sweet and Juic...

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

w. Ov4 lBli'wfe'T MM hMWMB g4gv3t JP4BBM1 WMaaaaaaaaSm JHMh! Kft WHffiH WmMBf laaaaaaaajm' Vs HASTEN .SEALS Michenl Morrill of Forney. Texas Texas Easter Seal 1982 State Poster Child presents Texas Governor Hill Clements with the first sheet of 1982 Easter Seals The Easter Seal campaign started March 1 and continues through April 11 It will he highlighted by the National Easter Seal Telethon on March 28 and 29. Davilla News By Mac Hardin Recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hincs were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Chudej and Ray of Academy Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keith and Stacey of Wimbcrly Mr and Mrs. E. D. McMullcn of Austin Mr. and Mrs. Tom Heath of Rogers Mrs. Marie Naiscr of Louise Pam and Neil Gustovsen of Houston and Mr. and Mrs. Sue Roddy of Louise. Dudly Hardin of Irving visited in Davilla during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kclley and J. L. Parks were Houston visitors during the weekend. Mrs. Grace walker of Blanco and Wayne Davis of San Antonio were Sunday guests in the ...

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

! Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday March 25 1982 . " K ET:twfcu Church Calendar M l"mi.rorc:. Wl " jfc iHlfataiiw111"" tai. 11 i u. .. .. f V " t jjHJ I L1 rXte.I Read Leviticus 26:320 The LordGod said "The land Is mine; for you are strangers and sojourners with me." Leviticus 25:23 (nsv) I Lt is morally unacceptable for us to reap the benefits of unlimited energy use and to deplete the world's resources then leave the cost for future generations to bear. We must speak out now against programs and technologies which do not protect the generations yet unborn. In the Talmudic literature of centuries ago a story is told of a man who saw an elderly man planting a carob tree. He asked the old man when tne tree would bear fruit. "After seventy years" was the reply. The first man then asked "Do you expect to live that long?" The old man said "I did not find the world desolate when I entered lt. As my ancestors planted for me before I was born so do I plant for those who will come after me....

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

TRIBU1NE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress. Thursday March 25 1982 Page 9 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progreu will not be fejponilble" lor more than one in cor feci Insertion - w-.n. is f 'nil " V r V-. . "'Vl;.i' w T 1 I I I P Ir4 otB T 1 flV ' 4 - ' J I I I I P'lltnt il ':B I I m 0 c t t.t HT ' - - (is U frit it j" w ix m n Would like dependable baby sitter for working mother in Bartlctt-Holland area for 7 week old baby. Call 057-2269. 4-1 pd. Could use your listings. Suitable properties properly priced; Usually have buyers. H. M. Keith Real Estate 527-4457. 4-1 pd. BALLANGUS BULLS Young bulls ready (or service. Also 5 year old Brahman Dull. 352-5781 7 p.m. -8 a m. DIAL 527-3337 Bartlolt SAAGE & ASSOCIATES INC. INSURANCE iniit inn' Jp ALL BUICK OWNERS! Holland Area Service Man Is Don Longshore. Holland Ph: 657-2339 Temple Ph: 773-4548 Hundley Bul...

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

t Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday March 25 1902 Obituaries Mrs. Eulanc Miller Mrs. Eulane Miller age 73 of 1502 South 5th St. In Temple died early Sunday morning in a Temple hospital following a brief Illness. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Harper-Talasek Funeral home Chapel with the Rv. John Kendall officiating. Burial was in the Holland City Cemetery. Mrs. Miller was born February 4 1909 in Oenavllle she was raised and attended schools in Bel County. She was a life long resident of Bell County. She was a member of the First Baptist Church at Sparks. Mrs. Miller is survived by her husband Clifton C. Miller of Temple; two sons Randel Laddie Pavlasek Will O'Bell News Miller of Temple and Charles Miller of Hewitt; three daughters Mrs. Frances Wiley and Mrs. Carolyn Blair both of Holland and Mrs. Patsy Barrcras of Camp Connell Calif.; one step-son Tom O'Nell of Sen- govllle; six sisters Mrs. Otha Terrell of Gatcsville Mrs. Mary Ray of Temple Mrs. Inez Baker of Te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 April 1982

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Ilartlctt Texas 7(5511 Thursday April 1 1982 VOLUME 9G NUMBER 31 817-527-1 121 FIFTEEN CENTS Saturday Is Election Day In Bartlett And Holland Larry Spinn Spinn Maintains Family Tradition Bartlett and Holland resi- dents will cast their votes Saturday April 3 for the City Election School Board Elec- tion and County Bingo elec- tion. Lions Club To Sponsor Supper The Holland Lions Club met last Thursday at the Silver Spur for a business meeting and meal. It was decided that they would again sponsor a pancake supper in conjunction with the election of the Holland Corn Festival Queen. Pancakes bacon syrup butter milk or tea will be on the menu. Serving time will be 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Also the Holland School of DANCE WILL BE ENTERTAINING GUESTS. At 7:30 p.m. the Queens Contest will be held. The girls will be asked sev- eral questions by out of town judges who will chose the 1982 Holland Corn Festival Queen and her court. Re- member the date ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 April 1982

Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday April 1 1982 Meeting Honors New Circle EATING PANCAKES It was n full house as usual for the annual pancake supper sponsored by the men's group at the First United Methodist Church in Bartlett last week. Pictured here some of the folks who enjoyed the pancake supper. By Patricia Williams Guests of Guy Jackson were Julia Carpenter Minnie Burks R. L. Latham and Bessie Arnold of Belton and Lottie House of Tahoka. Milburn and Virginia Bridges of Brcnham visited Ethel Logan. Flora Kunz of Taylor visited Bertha Gucnzcl. Dick an Bea White of Lake Jackson visited Mary Braun. Visiting Viola Gonzales were Janie King and Janic Haywoodd of Taylor. Doris Mclssncr and Brent of Temple visited Carle Tittle Vena Ware and Bertha Gucnzcl. Lois Shcppard of Salado visited Lclan Hill and Mrs. Love Mankins. J D Ivey Sr. of Holland visited Paul Reed. Pete and Pat Lange of San Antonio visited Mrs. 0. L. Lange. Betty Lum of Salado visited L. G. Use. Will O'Bell News Janis and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 April 1982

: M4 iLj '" JifcMoeMSiSJ'-??' j. in r"11' " -" ' w . ; 2 4. ""r v mam mmk ALL-DISTOICT Nnmcd to the all district basketball squad from Holland recently were left to right Dan Kallus Kevin Bonner Alana Gaines (front) and Jon Marc Goodnight. Not pictured is Elizabeth Beaver. 1'" V&& tfl Mriwi HONORABLE MENTION Named honorable mention during the all district selections recently were left to right Sandra Shelley Ricky Bennight Roy Johnson and JoAnna Vaden. Senior Citizens The Holland Senior Citi- zens have been meeting regu- larly for the month of March with sixty or more members being present each time. Due to the illness of Mrs. Herbert Howe reporter the past few meetings have not been re- ported. The group met again Thursday with a large group who as usual enjoyed fellow- ship and games of dominos. Members having birth- days in March were recog- nized. Those honored were Convention Set Over 10000 teachers ad- ministrators and college stu- dents will converge in Hous- ton betw...

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