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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 April 1982

JPPipppiiUPiUJP ''.' I WPpVVfHHI 0T mmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmBm Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday April 29 1982 Church Of Christ Sets Meeting The Holland Church of Christ is hosting an Area wide congregational singing on Sunday afternoon May 9 at 2 p.m. Representatives from some 15 area congrega- tions are expected A Gospel meeting will start Sunday night at 6 p.m. with Jim Yates of Rogers speaking. On Monday night May 10 Ralph Hunter of Methodist Circles Honor Laura Karl The Baker and Weslcyan Circles of the First United Methodist Church in Bartlctt honored Laura Karl with a luncheon Saturday April 28 at Stagecoach Inn. Laura was honored for her faithful service in the Children's department of the Methodist Church. The circles present- ed Laura with a corsage the table arrangement of roses and gifts. Shower Fetes Nancy McBay bride-elect of Richard Rafay was re- cently honored with a miscel- laneous bridal shower in the library of Florence Elemen- tary School. Approxlmatlcy fifteen BARTLE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 April 1982

Tribune-Progress. Thursdiiy. April 29 1902. Page 3 Goodnight & Severs on Qualify For Regional Doug Severson and Jon Marc Goodnight took first place ribbons in their respec- tive events to qualify for regional track & field compe- tition during the district meet at Georgetown Monday April 26. Severson vaulted 12 feet 6 inches to take first in the pole vault while Goodnight was first in the 110 meter high hurdles with a time of 15.46. Holland scored a total of 76 points in the meet. Thrall won the meet with 116 points followed by Johnson City with 85 Holland 76 Hutto 60 Salado 31 Lago Vista 25 BuckholLs 20 Texas School For The Blind 10 and.Jarrell 0.$ Placing for Holland were : Shot put-third Jay Tltlow. Discus-fith Duggcr; sixth Masters. 1600 meter run third Bar- abas. Pole vault-first severson; fifth Atha. Long jump-fourth.'Kallus. High jump-sixth. Kallus. 3200 meter run-third Lupe Rodriguez. 110 meter hurdles-first Goodnight; third Roy John- son. 110 meter hurdles-first Goo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 April 1982

) Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday. April 29 1982 TRIB UNE PROGRESS USPS 044800 Bartlett Tribune founded In 1884. Holland Progreu founded In 1S91. All opinion and viewpoint In the TrlbuneProgrest do not ncjartlf repreNnt the editorial opinion ol thl newspaper. Published weekly In Dartlelt Texa 74J1I by Taylor Newspaper Inc. Tayhr Texas Second Class postage paid at Dartlett Texas 7651 1. STAFF MEMBERS Ronnie Persky Mrs Dorothy Jean Oartlett Mr ImogeneMorrtt CORRESPONDENTS: Mrs Deity Hill Mr Mae Hardin Subscription Rates: M 00 per year In Dell. Milam and Wllltamson Counll; Uper year elsewhere Any erroneous rellectlon upon the character or reputation ot any pern llrm. or corporation which may appear In the column ol the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention ol the editor. Postmaster-Teas76H II undellverable send Form 3S7 to Tribune Progress Dsrllett Circfevffe Philosopher BARBS Phil Pastoret Passing the buck is what his parishoncrs do best grumps...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 April 1982

PPPWWPWWWff'PW WHWHWWH ! IM'WWmui 1 1 1 1 U4 UWTOSKW gHggyiBgggiWWgBgigl Bullpups Take Tribune Progress fhursdav April i HR2 I'flgcS kUnLTkkiJkLu yMM1 T1 Sffl District Track Crown In 7th Grade U-..U.. -l .M.k aj ja9HMflBk.fkKteiUtftiBHHMPHi9Hf HEM n wf r!rlEfl URV ..' I & n SiS -l 4r . & 1?WI0MH tmmmL NiHv MPT lit " iH EL p HHMfL RwSttl wMMtu &-5B.. -- iiitAliIri HEf--B Pdp r-vfrj.jffi3BlH KK8fiiL. x nRhii & M 1 i- -fTWi Va 'iMffl 3f-P-fc5(i 'a r tJBIHmbBBiBWem DHfSVA a EKfcXHff$l Bartlctt Bullpups scored 152 points to lake the district championship in seventh grade track & field at Pflug- crville Monday April 2G. John Luna Mike Pierce Tim Schneider Olie Spruoll and the 400 meter relay toam of Ronnie Savcrse Schneid- er Pierce and Sprucll took first place ribbons in the meet Finishing second overall in the meet was Rogers with 120 points other point totals were Thorndale 57 Florerice 40 Liberty Hill 21 Granger 14 and Lake Travis 12 Bartlctt scoring went like this...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 April 1982

PagcC. Tribune Progress Thursday April 2). 19IJ2 jHwJim mWJmf I mEWm K mm mm I mWm Mm mEWm mm I mmmlmmlmmBmm---- jLA ImmBmmMWmW ImmWmWlmmwl Uiili vUi iiitt r TrF p) WTOC 01 M ggo All Premium Flavors of Oak Farms timm I WHM Oak Farms I l-IMM 2 Low Fa I fe rir" k " rmA h CIO I H Mcllorlne I cn SMW MmW ft ' i Gal 90c Mj 6 m m. m ? Luxury Grade A Ice Cream ; JU Milk Round Hall Gallon cm JMHMHir Colonial Whlto I HHHB Thin Sandwich Sliced I Bread I Ammma flHHH Loavos Hi H Week-Song Savings: Adolphus Long Grain Enriched RlCG 2 Lb. Baa Choi's Choice Charcoal . -Q Briquets iou.BaB I Stokoloy's Cut Green Beans C$303 cans I Oak Farms Fresh Buttermilk Half Gai cm. 99C Home Needs: Assorted Colors. Jumbo Roll f-fm. Spill-Mate Towels bSJC Dish Detergent King Size Btl. j aq Ivory Liquid 32 oz. bu. I Roll-on Reg. or Unscentod - jn Deodorant 2.5 oz.bu. i Cutex Reg. Lemon or Herbal m. Polish Remover4 oz59C All Grinds Of Folger's Coffee . tr- ft! i-u.. Can irrcY rm NODISCO Chips Ahoy Cookies 19-0z. Pkg...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 April 1982

!&Z&!Z!m&X&!&m&&7T&mZ2&mX&mmA IT7' r- ' ih lit i 'JV V Temple Junior College Sponsors Style Show Tcmplc-An informal show- ing of the newest fashions for summer will highlight fashion awareness day Wed- nesday May 5 at Temple Junior College Sponsored by the TJC fashion mcrchani3ing depart- ment fashion awareness day is an effort to encourage everybody-students faculty nndstaff and people in the community-to wear a new trendy style they might otherwise feel inhibited to wear Kim Austin faculty sponsor said Students in the fashion merchandising program will set the pace by wearing the newest looks that day A free fashion show will be pre- sented at 12:10 pm in the Backstage Theatre of the TJC Fine Arts Building Models will be wearing trendy summer clothes pro- vided by J C Penney The show will include the new sweatshirt or cheer-lcadcr-Iook dresses with leotards Santa Fe or prairie look and nautical fashions Varying hemlines both for dresses skir...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 April 1982

y-v'wi PagoB. Tribune-Progress. Thursday. April 29. 19112 Church Calendar 1S f y - v -S t -- JN iwiir ffjyw- ffl yj"ii i . A ' ti " i" ' 1JL hrtirtHnmnW""" ' Nmi 1 1 1" innmir iK V MS You nrc the light or the world. Matthew 5:14 (rsv) t-'NERGY is a major issue today. But is energy relevant in a theological context as well? We are supposed to be conservators of God's creation out of respect for the Creator. However this passive concern must be balanced by an active force. The source of the earth's physical light is the sun but the Word of God whose "life was the light of men" is the source of spiritual light. The Word Jesus is enthroned in the hearts of believers who as the "light of the world" are charged to "shine before people so that they may see the good things you do and praise your Father in heaven." Since Christ the creative agent brought light to us so Christians are to chine into the spiritually dark corners of the world. Our energy and good works arc to be a means to other...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 April 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday April 29 1982 PageO -s D B SIXTH GRADE MATH- Competing in sixth grade UIL math for Holland recently were left to right: Dcna Hosch Tina Bonner Sonya Duggcr and Melissa Taislcr. Conservation Awards Banquet To Honor Area Residents The Board of Directors of the Little Itivcr San Gabriel Soil and Water Conservation District announced this week that three area residents will be honored at the Region V Soil Conservation Awards Banquet in Stcphcnvillc on April 29th. Those being honored arc Leon Schrank Williamson County ASCS Executive Di- rector in Georgetown; Mrs. F. F. Davis of Route 3 Box 180 Georgetown and Cory Warmink of 407 Crossland DRIVE Georgetown a stu- dent at Zion Lutheran School in Walburg. Schrank has been selected as the Outstanding Profess- ional Man for his service to the land users in the district since assuming the position of Williamson County ASCS Executive Director in 1973. Schrank is a graduate of Texas A&M currently serves as President ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 April 1982

I Page 10 Tribune-Progress. Thursday April 29. 1982 oooooooooooo o o o DARTLETT PERSONALS Mrs. Ruby Bartlctt spent the weekend In Killccn visit- ing in the Marvin Stephens home. GlammtrTalk ty dfyf o o r mix one taoiespoon of granulated brown Q sugar with a little bit of water to form a paste. Hub on face leave on for about 5 minutes and rinse with warm then cool water. You'll get rid of dead skin and leave your skin soft and smooth. O Mr. and Mrs. John Watson have returned homo after visiting in Florida Arkansas and Marshall Texas. o o o o o o o O " o j p ju i jtW 5 iv IHft flH. rw- 'B I I ELECT JOHN R. TtYnUT A TVT JUDGE aMHHHBmBaHMHMMMHB 'VVSSwrTislK HP? llua o 9 DEMOCRAT 4 Paid For by Iho Commitloo to Elocl John R Bighani Henry Taylor. Jr Treasurer PO Box 744 Tomplo Texas 76503 County Court at Law 2 Qualified Six years trial experience; both Civil and Criminal Law Studied Law at Baylor Law School and University ol Texas Law School Served 5 terms (10 years) in the Texas Legislatu...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 April 1982

ppffffffwfpwfpppfwfffflwpppwfwiifppwpwffppippffwwwwffwwwwwl wm99mm mjf1 -TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress. Thursday April 29 1982 Page 1 1 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune ProgreM will not be responsible lor more than one In correct insertion Hpm 'H I r! Ft I 1 HE M I '" T ' " ''' ' I r I fj II I ' 1 : I .V1 NEW SERVICE - Get your film developed at Thaler's Red & White in Bartlett. Rack in five days. 4-29 eg. EXCELLENT sewing machine repair on most makes and models. Call evenings 6572G03. 5-20 pd. BALLANGUS BULLS Young bulls ready for service. Also 5 year old Brahman Dull. 352-5781 7p.m. -8a.m. WILL BABYSIT in my home 5 days a week 047 West Jackson. Juanita Luna 527-4418. For all your Mineral and Supplement needs fly con- trol and car tags Call your Moor Man Man Truman Adlcy 778-74G3. tfc. AVON to buy or lo sell 512-446-6008 SAAGE & ASSOCIA...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 April 1982

'1 I Pnge 12 Tribune-Progress. Thursday April 2!) I'M2 Obituaries PRIMARY election'00"""110'1 fro'" agc Pntsy Irvine Mrs. Patsy Irvine 30 of Glasgow Scotland died April 8th in the Victoria Hospital in Glasgow after a long illness. Rosary was held at Saint Martins Catholic Church in Glasgow Durial was in Saint Convclls Cemetery. Survivors include her hus- band John of Glasgow Scot- land; a son John James of Glasgow Scotland; six bro- thers Christopher Kelly Jack Kelly Jim Kelly George Kelly Ralph Kelly all of Glasgow Scotland Bobby Kelly of Australia; five sisters Betty Bogan Lucy Kennawny Rose Mc Cauiey of Glasgow Scot- land Mary Ferguson of Aus- tralia and Ruby Murphy of England. Mrs Irvine is an aunt of Elizabeth Gucrra of Bartlctt. first elected 1978 former aide to Gov. Dolph Briscoe. Jim Highlowcr 39 Austin former editor Texas Obser- ver and president Texas Con- sumer Association former aide to Sen. Ralph Yarbo- rough D-TEXAS. Republicans Donald Hebert 50 Waller farmer. RAILROAD...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 6 May 1982

M TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlatt & Holland Hnrtlett Texas 76511 Thursday Mayfi u)82 VOLUME 90 NUMBER 30 817-527-M24 FIFTEEN CENTS c Fischer; Cobb; Gadison Receive Top Awards Shlrl Fischer and Reggie Cobb received the Fighting Lassie and Fighting Bulldog awards at the Dartlctt All Sports Banquet last Thurs- day evening at the Town Hall. Cobb also received the top male athlete award while Rcc Gadison was honored as top female athlete. The recipients of the top four awards arc all seniors at Bartlett High School. Shirl Fischer's high school sports career has included an outstanding record in both basketball and track. She was named All-District all four years in basketball and received numerous other honors. Her recognition for out- standing basketball play reached its culmination re- cently when she signed a letter of intent K play bas- ketball at Mary Hardln-Bay-lor in Belton. She was also recently named to the All- Star game sponsored by the Texas Association of Basket- bal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 6 May 1982

Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 6 19B2 Church Of Christ Sets Meeting The Holland Church of Christ Is hosting an Area wide congregational singing on Sunday afternoon May 9 at 2 p.m. Representatives from some 15 area congrega- tions arc expected. A Gospel meeting will start Sunday night at 6 p.m. with Jim Yates of Rogers speaking. On Monday night May 10 Ralph Hunter of Temple will speak. Joe Baisdcn of Dclton will speak on Tuesday night. May 11 On Wednesday night May 12 H. I. Taylor of Temple will speak. Week night services will begin at 7:30 p.m. The congregational sing- ing for all services will be by Don Longshore of Holland. The public is invited to attend the services. Birth Spinn Bk BBflBlBBflBflBflBflBn "r iBBflBflBflBV BBflBE Wa MB jAftBDBflBBBDBBBBBBj BBwWv. j Bl t bB Br SHBBH U. . BltaTlf - BkT BJI A Vn a F H !' Kg A yl HH H .BBBBBB iH BjBBBHlfcjaWf tuft' flfflfBBlBBBBBBHBBBBBlBBlBBBtitf '"'''' ibbWbw ' u!11IHbbbb1bbbbVHb1 B1HW'? Mkot (AbbHIbbbbbbhbbhbbi 'uSSbbIHKF' KaS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 6 May 1982

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 6 May 1982

M Fngo 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 6 1982 CAPITOL UPDATE TRIB UNE PROGRESS USPS 044800 Bartlett Tribune founded In 18J4. Holland Proertis founded In 1892. (HIuvU All opinion and viewpoint! in the tribune Progreti do not nrccstarlly reprent the edltarlalopinionj of tlm newspaper Publlihed Weekly in Oarllelt. Texai 7651) by Taylor Newpaper$ Inc Taylor Texas Second clats pottage paid at Dartlett Texat 7411 1 STAFPMBMDBRS Ronnie Perjky Mr Dtrethy Jean Dartlett Mr imogeneMorrlj CORRB5PONDENTS Mrt Dotty Hill Mr. Mae Hardin m Subtcriptton Ratet 16 00 per year In Dell Milam and Williamson Counties II per yearelsewnert Any erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear In theeotumnsof the Tribune-Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention of the editor. Postmaster- tf undcllverable. send Porm 357 to Tribune Progress Dartlett Texas 76511 CircleviHe Philosopher (Editor's Note: The Philosopher on his John- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 6 May 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday May 6 1982 Page 5 Shirl Fischer In State Meet M' - ' Y4R2 it ate AWARD WINNER Coby Frank displays the trophy he won for taking high point honors in district junior high track. Frank scored 40 points placing first in all four events he entered He has placed in every single event he entered this track season and is a record-breaking pole vaultcr Ranking No. 3 in high school girls shot put in all classes for the entire state of Texas Shirl Fischer will travel to Memorial Stadium this Saturday May 0 seeking a first place finish in Class AA State competition and a spot in the record book. Attending the Brownwood State Qualifiers Meet last Saturday Shirl tossed 42-C to earn the No. 3 ranking behind two class 5A girls Rcgina Cavanaugh of Killccn an Tracey Shcppard of Houston Forest Brook. Cavanaugh has a personal best of 44-11 while Shep- pard has a 44-2' mark to her credit. The current state AA record is 40-11 a mark Shirl has beaten three times in competition - ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 6 May 1982

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

M Obituaries Wiley Wesson Services for Wiley W. Wesson 75 of Temple were held nt 10 a.m. Wednesday in Harpcr-Talasek Funeral Home with the Rev. Ed. Stewart officiating. Burial was in Bell Wood Memorial Park. Mr Wesson died Sunday in a Temple Hospital after a long illness. He was born In Bartlctt and lived in Bell County for most of his life. He lived in Temple for 56 years. Prior to his retirement in 1974 he was employed at the Southland Corp. in Temple. He served in the U.S. Army during World War 11. Survivors Include a brother Col. Thomas E. Wesson of Harkcr Heights; and three sisters Fern Ford of LaFollcttc Tcnn. Ethel Bucll of Pasadena and Glen Stocltjc of Temple. Billy T. Anderson Billy T. Anderson 60 of Atlanta Georgia passed way April 29 1982. He was a retired Col. from the Air Force. Survivors include his wife Pat Anderson; three child- ren Christy Hick and Brad- ley; a brother Gene Monroe of Ft. Worth and a cousin Margarat Thlcs Carlson of Holland. Bill was the son of the l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 6 May 1982

Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 6. 1902 STEWART'S PAINT WALLPAPER & GLASS ART A CRAFT SUPPLIES PICTURE FRAMING Picture Framing can be an art and we practice it! Ill S. 25th St. 778-7640 The Business And Professional People HAYNES UPHOLSTERY SHOP Of TEMPLE You'll lik Oar Service! ARE EXTENDING TO OUR NEIGHBORS IN WE BARRETT AND HOLLAND AREAS A WARM AND FRIENDLY INVITATION TO VISIT US OFTEN. -"& Wagenmaster Complete Volkswagen Service 16 Years Experience mMsl Temple 917 S. 1st Q VISIT USl COUFAL EQUIPMENT CO. temple mall PICCADILLY cafeteria Someplace different for Central Texans To Eatl OUR SPECIALITIES INCLUDE Soafoods Largo Soloction of Salads Freshly Baked Hot Breads Tonder Roasts & Steaks Garden Frosh Vogetablos and Homemade Pios and Cakes Compare our Satellite Platos (or Pro-toon Children in Price Quality and Quantity. Service continuously 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. 7 DAYS A WEEK 0 nenn temple mall 773-0590 3111 South 31st Stroot - Tomplo Texas 76501 I Ukti' HTWA'JH 1...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 6 May 1982

M -TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 6 1982 Pago !) Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. Th Tribune Progrm will not be reipoflilble lot more than one In correct Insertion Mb . n w( nPMHHMHHMIHHHHIHHHHMHIpHMHHHr'r7V' "7 " ;'". HiiaHMI V f.' -' W HOLLAND WELDING - All types welding portable ser- vice. 657-2345. 5-27 eg. Fix-It Shop Repair Lawn Mowers Brake jobs tune-ups & plumbing. Jesse Townscnd 120 Emma St. Bnrtlett. 5-6 pd. BALLANGUS BULLS Young bulls ready for service. 352-5781 7p.m. -8a.m. SAAGE & ASSOCIATES INC. INSURANCE DIAL 527-3337 Bartlott ALL BUICK OWNERS! Holland Area Service Man Is Don Longshore. Holland Ph: 657-2339 Templo Ph: 773-4548 Hundley Dulck wants satisfied Quick owners. For service Information call Don anytime. For information on now Buicks Call Keith Haglor at Acadomy Phono 982-4690 Z& Wouldn't You Raally I WHM WR6 m ...

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