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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 6 May 1982

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 May 1982

ti TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Iiartlctt Texas 70511 Thursday May 13 1082 VOLUME 90 NUMBER 10 817-527-4424 FIFTEEN CENTS ; SeversonAdvances To State Meet Doug Scvcrson set a new school record as he pole vaulted 13 feet 6 inches to take second place inRcgion 4A track & field competition in Brcnham last week. Scvcrson actually tied first place winner ItU3ty Hunter of Brucevlllc-Eddy but Hunter took the first place award on the basis of fewer misses. Scvcrson earlier this year had vaulted 13 feet to break the prior school record of 12 feet 9 inches. Finishing third at regional was Duanc Pape of Rock- Students Of Kneten To Present Recital Piano students of Garland Kneten will present a recital on Sunday May 16 at 4 p.m. at the Bartlett Town Hall. Playing in the recital arc Gena Fischer daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ernie Fischer; April Gersbach daughter of Mr and Mrs. Charles Gers- bach D'Ann and Dawn Sen- wcrtner daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Randy Schwcrtncr; Holland A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 May 1982

- Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 13 1982 Shelley-Ashby Will O'Bell News Sandra Sue Shelley of Holland became the bride of Chappie Overton Ashby of Academy in a double-ring ceremony Saturday May 1 in the home of her parents. The bride is the daughter of Mr Mrs. Carroll Shelley of Holland. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ashby of Academy. The Rev Glenn Young officiated The vocalist was Nonle Tomastik of Academy. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. She wore a floor length candle- light dress with a lace trim- med skirt. Maid of honor was Mclnnle Bridal Tea Fetes Miss McBay Miss Nancy McBay bride- elect of Richard Rafay was honored recently with a mis- cellaneous bridal tea at the Teincrt Recreational build- ing Hostcses were Mesdamcs Ernest Fischer John Gil- more Billy Pierce J. A. Powitzky Johnnie Rafay Jr. W A Mcissncr Billy Meiss- ner. Ronnie Pitts E. B. Ware Lynn Brock and James Caldwell. Mrs. Starr Freeman regis- tered the guests. The polished ser...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 May 1982

wmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm t Tribune-Progress Thursday May 13 1982 Page 3 Country Litter Growing Problem The accumulation of litter along our country roads seems to be a growing prob- lem. Besides being unsightly piles of rubbish creates an ideal habitat for growing vermin that carry diseases. Garbage dumped under creek bridges wash down stream and pollute bottom- lands and if enough collects in one spot may even change the course of creeks ruining good land in the process. Scott Smith of the Soil Conservation Service said that "lately plastic bottles and other signs of litter accumulation have began to show up in flood prevention lakes farm ponds and mak- ing area lakes down fight ugly." The growing amount of consumer products that come in aluminum cans and plastic bottles make proper disposal imperative. Smith said that "the old style paper and tin containers eventually rot and disappear but these new disposable containers seem to be virtually Indcs- tructable." Smith said tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 May 1982

WPWPWIWWW w Pngc 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 13 1982 a 1982 MtNsught Synd. jfpfiSCWEC- TRIB UNE PROGRESS From Congressman Marvin USPS 044800 Leath Bartlett Tribune founded In 1884. Holland Progreis founded In 1(91. HERE WE GO AGAIN! PWPPPrWWWWWWPIi!PWPW If v faffim V. Circleville Philosopher (Editor's Note: The Cir- clcvillc Pltilosophcr on his Johnsongrass farm on the San Gabriel Itivcr examines the U.S. budget this week sort of.) Dear editor: On the principle I guess that it might as well be doing something Congress has been wrestling with the Federal budget all spring long. There are some things about which the more you hear the less you know. At the top of the list is the U.S. budget. As I understand it a budget is something you're supposed to live within like flic 55-mile-an-hour speed limit many people and most truck drivers pay no attention to. The budget sets the limit on how much money Washington can spend in 12 months. It works fine the first few months just as some pe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 May 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday May 13 1982 Page 5 Spouts from the pressbox By RED LAKELAND l tf WALKKIl SIGNS Louis Walker recently signed a letter of Intent to play basketball with Huston-Tillotson College in Austin. Seated with Walker Is his mother Clorinc Walker. Standing are Bartlctt Coach Franklin Jones and Huston-Tillotson Coach ElwoodPlummcr. Looking Back By James Persfcy The following information is taken from the July 17 1925 issue of The Bartlett Tri- bune: "Central Texas police Tuesday kept a close watch on all roads leading into the larger cities for three men who Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. robbed the First National Bank at Holland of $1850.00. After robbing the bank and leaving the town the robbers headed north and then turned cast abandoning their Dodge touring car in the Itlle 'River bottoms about seven miles from Holland. IM& 108!. McNiUKht Syml. S 1 "Your do-it-yourself rocking chair kit is hero." :lUyX nil nT5"-fl feBANDCANYON f Q "Geologists say it small pothole in a qu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 May 1982

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 May 1982

I ) fl V I iff li I'. . Tribune-Progress. Thursday May 13 19fl2 Page 7 i - ""' ' '' ' ' ' i hi i - i n ! nam lDHNiHHiH3HHKHHBBCHHIHliHHHHHBHHHIIIIHHl 1 IKJV unw sum huh W r. HIH BB iM. " Er? JBPv h - INTERMEDIATE SCIENCE FA III Students at Bnrtlelt Intermediate School recently sponsored a science fair under the direction of Mrs. Dotty Knctcn. In the upper left picture are students who helped with refreshments left to right' Delia Soils Iris Castro Jennifer Ilichcy Silvia Martinez Tammie Turner Debra Gregory and Lconorc Canava. Exhibitors appear in the other three photos. In the upper right photo are Daniel Klepac Lana Ford Tnmmic Turner Cynthia Lopez and Nancy Roberts. The middle photo captures Jennifer Ilichcy and Carrie Daugherty and in the bottom photo are Leonore Canava Debbie Klepac and Christy Crews. The Scientists Tell Me . . . Rangeland Pricklypear Infestations Are a Hard-to-handle Problem By Robert L. Iliney TABS Science Writer In 1980 pricklypear was estimated to infest 25...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 May 1982

JSTO5535TE533355535& rv w?i?i WvtIin K'Wy'lMV r I Wvvrr-'-w'rl'.-''r' -wr Jr irv --TT F5-. jTc Page B Tribune-Progress. Thursday May 13 1982 f TSxTnlmTwwvSSiSm Se- tt tt Farrell G. Scruggs D.D.S. Diamond Engagement & Wedding Bands Bulova & Seiko Watches Lenox & Sango China & Pottery Lenox & Schott-Zwiesel Crystal Known Brands In Stainless Steel Oneida Community. & International Silver Expert Watch & Jewelry Repairing tt Se- tt tt GENERAL DENTISTRY Located at 1611 Granger Road in the East Lake Drive Off ce Center tt tt Se- tt Se X- Taylor's Finest Selection 3108 N. Main in Taylor Plaxa tt Phone: 352-5244 Jewelry 352-5097 The Business & Professional People of TAYLOR Welcome our Good Neighbors from the Bartlett and Holland Area. VISIT US OFTEN! X-X- se- tt X- X- X" X- X- tt X- se tt tt Se tt tt tt tt tt Se- tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt Se- tt tt Se tt tt se tt tt se tt tt tt tt tt tt Se- tt tt tt tt tt tt tt Phone: 352-6357 tt se- tt tt Se- tt tt...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 May 1982

wmmmmmmmm -TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday. May 13 1982 Page 9 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progrei will not be responilble (or mere then one In- correct Inierllon UM. '-' J I a I 1 I ! V'" '?.' M i I a 1 3 -- fli I km I J J r-:- -'i I hi r M W I " I " I B P' "n i I 1 HlM' .JPW Hi A I I H I M'r TTi"nT tvhAtiX 1 J B."' ' " ' V- A. A I ..JF 'y V '.Ma ' M.lou dMy "J fc- BALLANGUS BULLS Young bulls ready for service. 352-5781 7 p.m. -8 a.m. SPJST Lodgo 80 JOEULES Representative Phono: Homo (817) 657-2488 food Sloro (817) 657-2340 P.O.Box 366 HOLLAND TEXAS 76534 GOOD HOME COOKING Lunch Special $2.75 Dinner Special 3.50 Every Day City Cafe 5274611 5AM-9PAA: DAILY 9AM-2PM: SUNDAY ! DOHA10 ADAMS 3813 Sumac Dr. !j (817)778-8624 Tompb Tx. j; ! Road Gravel !; ;! Top Soil Building Fill !; I Leave name and number with answering j! service at dayti...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 13 May 1982

Pago 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 13. 1902 Obituaries Aubrey Roberts Aubrey L. Roberts 69 of Bartlctt died Sunday morn- ing In a Temple hospital from injuries received in a auto- mobile accident about three weeks ago near Jarrcll. Funeral services were held at 4 p.m. Monday nt Goodnight Funeral Chapel in Bartlett with1 the Rev. Al Cronk officiating. Burial was in the Bartlctt City Cemetery. Mr Roberts was born in Bartlctt and was a retired truck driver. Reserved in the U.S Army during World War 11 and was a Methodist. Survivors include a brother Frank Roberts of Waco; three nephews and one ntccc. Pallbearers were Harry Perkins Marlin Henry Mil- ford Watson J. E. Moore Horace White and Cecil Joyce Raymond Mucha Services for Raymond Mucha C9 of Taylor were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday In Condrn Funeral Home in Taylor with the Rev. Dan Marck officiating. Burial was in Taylor City Cemetery. Mr Mucha died Sunday in a Taylor hospital. Ho was a retired truck driver and lived In Williamson Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 May 1982

M TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Hartlctt Texas 7G51 1 Thursdny May 20 1982 VOLUME !)( NUMBER 817-527-1121 FIFTEEN CENTS fvv. 1 h Bartlett School Board Studying Building Dartlett school trustees Monday night hired an Austin firm First Southwest Com- pany to act as a financial advisor and submit proposals for a building program for the school district. The board is to meet again probably this week to evaluate the proposals of First Southwest according to Bartlett Super- intendent Archie Scott. Immediate target of the building program arc the old barrack buildings which now house grades four through six These buildings have been termed "substandard" by the Texas Education Agency and arc one of the reasons the agency gave the Bartlett School district an "accredit- ed advised" status earlier this year. Basically that means Bartlett will lose accredita- tion for its school unless action is taken soon to cor- rect certain deficiences among them the old bar- racks. An ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 May 1982

K ' s Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 20 1982 4 "1 1 A 1 bi. nv r- ! Itoi Holland Study Club Meets OPEN CLASS Jamie placed first in Open Class division at the District 4-H Roundup in Marlin May 1 He is a member of the Davilla 4-H Club. Lynn Estus Receives Degree Lynn Estus of Bartlett Auditorium last Friday May 14 on the school campus at Killccn. Attending from Bartlett were Mrs. Lynn Estus and her mother Mrs. Kirk Knight. received a Bachelor of Science degree in general business from American Technological University during graduation exercises at the Lady Bird Johnson Deloras Parks was hostess i for the Farewell Ten at Mill Creek Country Club May 12th at 4 p.m. The president Sharron Miles opened the meeting citing the many experiences as president and thanking the members for their coopera- tion. The thought for the day was "Try Not to Worry About the Future." Plan ahead by all means but live day to day and solve each days prob- lems as they arise." Vera Reed gave the instal-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 May 1982

Holland Little League Launches 1982 Season Tribune-Progress Thursday May 20. I982PngeS The 1982 Balconcs Fault Little League is beginning a new season with 149 children signed up to play on eleven different teams of hard ball and softball The Freshmen Tee-Ball Team ages 7-9 sponsored by Holland Chemical Enterprise is coached by Lynn and Pat Stroud with Randy Jones assisting. Players arc Mary Cantu Anthony Havcrland Tina Havcrland Lalaynia Pacha Katy Hanklns David Stroud John Mark Nelson Patricia DePcw Chad Deck- er Chase Unberhagcn Kim Griffith Casey Wchmeyer and Donny Hill. The Holland Lions sponsor the Freshman Tee-Ball team ages 7-9 coached by Dcnisc and Eddie Severson. Team members are Christy Sever- son Deborah Morris Melln- da Miller Vickl Butler Tanl- sha Shulcr Cathi Miller Diana Burton Cynthia Elli- ott Angle Rose Jennifer Jclt Rebecca Llcja Rhoda Stcglich Tanya Severson Angle Decker and Priscilla Lopez. The Midget Boys Ball ages 7-9 sponsored by the Holland 1st National Ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 May 1982

M Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 20 1U82 TRIBUNE PROGBESS Circleville Philosopher (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Johnsongrass farm on the San Gnhricl Hivcr comes up with nn idea for the United Nations he claims.) Dear editor: Up to now the United Nations hasn't had any luck preventing wars. It passes resolution against them but nobody pays any attention. There's an area however where it might function better Instead of trying to prevent wars it could try scheduling them. Like it is Iran and Iraq were doing very well on TV with their war until the Mideast flared up and took away their ratings. Then the Falkland Islands came along and took away the Mideast's ratings. Have you considered what a predicament there'd be if a fourth war broke out and here we are with only three networks? A war without TV coverage is hordly worth fighting yet networks can cover just so many at one time. Points To Ponder By the Dartlett Philosopher SO FAR I figure that I have done...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 May 1982

LOTS OF FISH Vic Marck left and Dave Fielder display and gar they caught bow fishing at Lake Stillhousc last week. by Terry Norwood who was not present for the picture "I Toq CLOSE Comfort -v S J - HEALTH WINNER Laura Mummey won first In Health at the District 4-H Roundup held at Marlin May 1. She is a member of Davilia4-H. Bartlett Mrs. J. A. Powitzky visited in Fort Worth last week with Mr and Mrs. A. E. Stephens and family. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Logan Ramsey were Dr. and Mrs. Ellis Ramsey and boys of Garland Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ramsey of Arlington Mr. and mrs. Jimmy Powers of Cleveland Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Moore of Cleburne. Mrs. Johnnie Pospisil and Johnnie Pospisil 111. were in ' Austin Saturday. Visiting Mrs. Elum Meiss- ner on Mother's Day were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Meiss- her of Sulphur La. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Shclton and Craig of Katy; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Neitsch and Mr. and Mrs Rodney Jorden and Amy of Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Garrett of Houston spent the past wee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 May 1982

- .-. 1- . . yV " Piigo f Tribune-Progress Thursday Mny 20 1982 wmmmmjtomm Super special low prices! Colonial White Thin Sandwich FTTT Sliced Bread $ Grade A Homogenized "rflfV viiamm u Oak Farms - Mill. jw m n I " " B. 4-lAIf IHIII" i JBBTV VBk m 4 llii T & F m j I Hall 2P2V tftfJwTJ Asstd. Colors Nice 'n Soft Tissue Van Camp's Famous Quality rrm Pork & Beans In i IVHltA V All Flavors! Blue Bell Ice Cream Round Va-Gal. White Rim: 19 Sliver: 2.29 Gold: 2.39 Brown: 2.49 3 1 mWmF Cans i.w 'Tfiffly Dole 8-0z. Crushed Sliced or Chunk Sliced or Chunk K Nabisco Rltz' Brand Pineapple oJl Crackers LbBoX99C Rose-Dale Sll. or Halves - - Palmollvo Dish Liquid g Peaches 2 5 Can o9G Detergent 22 oz. 99C Reg. or Light Lone Star Beer 6-Pack 12-Oz. Cans 479 ns HI Kraft's Apple Jelly Grope Jam or QfV Grape Jelly ie oz. Jar OC Kraft's j qq Sandwich Spread 16 oz. Jar I Gobhardt's aa Taco Shells 12 ct. box DoC Gobhardt's Famous jj j Hot Dog See. Oiooz. cans! Plllsbury's Best Veg-AII .303 cans O...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 May 1982

SJJSWIJJJJJWJPIIPJJ ' v . v tfv vVWvVvW-w i & Tribune-Progress Thursday May 20 1982 Page7 Schwertner School Of Dance Recital May 15 1902 v YAYVHE BYfBBtTilBK & iMBEp v k flBc r J4v' "Cbbil JIBnBEIP vtBflFAWBMi& SlS UPSIDE DOWN (L-R) Jcssio Grayson Kristy Use Rachel Lcltner Mary Wilklns Heather Slmclk Kristen Horak Melissa Foster Marjoric Wilkins and Jennifer Beyer. rfr Ml 111 BHIni mii WlllllllllllHiil 1 1 n ffliiRmm i)v 1 tvE BmSI IBLakiB&fgfltWK WIbMK.. BY 'Hluul iw"iii A r wi wV WIMBli Haa I (B Jnl (Ml $fik (Mil USlI a(IBlw4 (r .IvJp'flrll bWWctHHMHHPIIHlk3Rbwk 'HBi'lH ENDLESS LOVE- (L-R) D'Ann Dubee Karen Knctcn Cheryl Walther Melissa Hicks Kristin Kncten Jennifer Hill Effie Faske and Terry Tinsley. J3B1 if flR - 1 fl If I lHtlSK lllIF f' 1JElllI?JHf J BLUE TANGO (L-R) Pamela Spiegelhaucr Kimberly Lcnz Dawn Schwertner Wendy Frank Jullanna Franz Angela Winkler Wendy House Sherry Vrabel Elizabeth King Donna - Marie Guerra and D'Ann Schwertner. The Bartlett Area Cha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 May 1982

" . T 'Vt""l' i 1 Sn - V vi --H - t S? "" " v - i V H X X 1 inxx'im- wHt t -v i t-v'-xi'-i'-'v rf . ttTtti it t -v v Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 20. 1982 STEWART'S PAINT WALLPAPER & GLASS ART & CRAFT SUPPLIES PICTURE FRAMING Picture Framing can be an art and we practice it! Ill S. 25th St. 77S-7640 You'll Uk Our Servicol Wagenmaster Complete Volkswagen Service 16 Years Experience The Business And Professional People TEMPLE ARE EXTENDING TO OUR NEIGHBORS IN THE BARRETT AND HOLLAND AREAS A WARM AND FRIENDLY INVITATION TO VISIT US OFTEN. HAYNES UPHOLSTERY SHOP 774-98481 Temple 917 S. 1st ra VISIT US! COUFAL EQUIPMENT CO. temple mail PICCADILLY cafeteria Someplace different for Central Texans To Eat! OUR SPECIALITIES INCLUDE Seafoods Largo Soloclion of Salads Frostily Baked Hot Broads Tondor Roasts & Steaks Gordon Frosh Vogctablos and Homemade Pios and Cakes Compare our Satollito Platos for Pro-toon Childron in Price Quality and Quantity. Sorvice continuously! 1 a.m...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 May 1982

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