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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 20 May 1982

I itfVMI 1 Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 20 1982 Obituaries Louis Zelencvitz Funeral services for Louis D. Zclcncvitz 75 of Bartlett were held at 10 a.m. Saturday in S.S. Cyril and Methodius Catholic Church in Granger with the Uev. Walter Matus officiating. Entombment was in Holy Cross Mausoleum in Gran- ger. Rosary was recited Friday in Goodnight Funeral Home Chapel in Bartlett. Mr Zelcnevitz died Thurs- day in a Temple hospital after a brief illness. He was born in Dlmebox and was a member of S.S. Cyril and Methodius Catholic Church the KJT Lodge and the American Legion Post No. 1B3 in Bartlett. He was a watchmaker for 54 years in the Bartlett-Granger area. He owned and operated Zclc- ncvitz Jewelry for 52 years in Bartlett and Granger lie was a World War 11 veteran of the Navy. Survivors Include his wi- dow. Milady M. Zclcncvitz of Bartlett; two sons Louis E. Zclcncvitz of Houston and James F. Zclcncvitz of Fort Worth two daughters Mrs. Grace Rozacky of New Braunfcls and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 May 1982

TRIBUNE - PROGRES !Aw Serving Bartlett & Holland Iinrtlctt Texas 7G511 Thursday May 27 1)82 VOLUME AG NUMBER 42 817.527-1.J21 FIFTEEN CENTS Y I Bartlett Chamber Sets Queen Contest Members of the Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce made plans for a womanlcss wedding and a homecoming queen contest during their regular meeting at the Bart- lett Dairy Queen last Thurs- day. A queen is to be selected to reign over the Bartlett Home- coming which has been set this year for August. A womanlcss wedding is plan- ned for the same date as the queen contest to help raise funds for the homecoming event. No date was set for the wedding and contest but a Legion Receives American Flags The Louis B. Wells Post No. 103 of the American Legion received two Ameri- can flags in memory and honor of two deceased Veter- ans. The L. D. Zelcnevitz family gave a flag in memory and honor of Louis D. Zelcne- vitz who passed away recent ly Mr. Zelcnevitz was a very dedicated Veteran having served in most office...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 May 1982

n Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 27 1982 Bridal Shower Fetes Miss Foshee Miss Diane Foshee brlde- elcct of Weldon II. Schiller was honored recently with a miscellaneous shower at the Ockcr Fellowship Building in Zabcikvlllc. Hostesses were Mcsdamcs Ben Zabclk Johnny Meyer Johnnie Ondrasck Leroy Schiller Awald Klaus Joe J. Dubcak Mclvln Haislcr Larry Pcchal Johnny L. Chcrvcnka Sr. Charles Groscclosc Clarence Pscn- elk Joe Sebck Lee Zabclk Jerry Simck Woodrow Chcr- vcnka Mark Scbck Anita Lcsikar Robert Hoelscher Charles Horn Edwin Marck and Dorothy Kovar. Miss Carrie Ann Schiller and Miss Amy Marie Schiller registered guests. The polished serving table was centered by a cake and candle arrangement which was accented in the bride- elects chosen colors of peach and silver. Special guests Included the honorcc and her mother Mrs. James K. Foshee of Bartlctt the mother of the prospective bridegroom Mrs. Ernest Schiller of Zab- cikvlllc and the grand- mother of the bridegroom Mrs. Her...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 May 1982

SSL " ' UtM C flB JlhW clkflB fcinT IBiftmEE'ftwffH'rr TS BBBanf BBKBWftBLBSBE. JHktJiMOlw -BMBBaBYB'teBMM 9!Bk3C2 vfvv JflESBKY'V'VIHHH'itcjHHHHB: ySbTbTbTbTbTbTbVI Balcones Little League Season Gets In Full Swing In Holland Tribune-Progress Thursday May 27 1982 Page 3 teams pitted against each other. Holland Manufactu- ring played Holland Food Mart to a tight 5-2 victory FAREWELL Decky Clapp was honored with a surprise farewell party in Friday May 21 The party was organized by Holland 4th grade reading students. Rcfroshnicnts were served The sign said "We'll always remember youl " Despite spring thunder- storms and numerous school activities the 1982 Balcones Fault Little League season got into full swing in Holland with most teams seeing action. Midget Boys Division Ages 7-9 Hollan Best Butane opened their season with a loss to the Florence Astro's 17-C on May 17th. Craig Bonds was the losing pitcher for the Holland team Hits were made by Brandon Houston and Craig Jctt. Scoring r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 May 1982

-i Page 4. Tribune-Progress Thursday May 27 1982 Et FtfGHF-P- 1982. McNaughl Synd TRIBUNE PROGBESS From Congressman Marvin Leath USPS 0440O Bartlett Tribune founded In 1S86. Holland Progreit founded In 1892 All opinions and viewpoint In the Tribune Progrest do not necessarily represent the editorla I opinions ol this newspaper Published weekly In Dartlett Texas 74511 by Taylor Newspapers Inc.. Taylor. Teas Second class postage paid at Dartlett. Texas 74511 WE NEED POLITICAL COURAGE - NOT POLITICAL ADVANTAGE w iH" I 111 ifl Ira HAMNHHfiiinflinTw Subscription Rates- year elsewhere Any erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation of corporation which may appear In the columns of the Tribune be corrected upon being brought to the attention of the editor. Postmaster If undellverable send Form 3J to Tribune Tex(is7A51l fjrckville Philosopher Keillor's note: The Cir- dcvlltr Philosopher on his Johnsongrass farm on the San (iahriel Hiver discusses (lit- national deficit (his week g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 May 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday May 27 1902 Page5 Strike Force Edges Bartiett School Boys For Tourney First Strike Force of Rogers defeated the Bartiett School boys 11-3 to take the first place trophy in the Bartiett Strangers Tournament at the Bartiett sof tball diamond last Sunday. In opening round play the Schoolboys defeated Los Reyes of Taylor 10-C. Strike Force edged Las Tcjanos of Taylor G-4; and the Cowboys of Taylor beat the Spoilers of Rogers 9-5. Strike Force defeated the School Boys 13-G in the next round of play while Los Reyes beat Tejnnos 10-4. The School Boys romped over the Spoilers 12-1 defeat- ed Los Reyes 9-7 and then beat the Cowboys 12-8 after the Cowboys had fallen to Strike Force 20-4. That set up the champion- ship game between Strike Force and the Bartiett School Boys. The Bartiett Strangers would like to thank the Bartiett Independent School District for use of the field and the City of Bartiett for use of the lights as well as all who participated In or attend-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 May 1982

PngoG Tribune-Progress Thursday May 27. 1!)B2 Our great holiday cook-out sale Irf Sr -i r r Sh&dy Farms my Grade A Fresh Medium If Premium Flavors Of Onk Farms Shcrbot Or Ttrrrni Luxury Ice Cream f69 Kirc Eggs - Liul 1 9 Ha" jHHHV H I Gallon TlfA I ROUND Dozen f BC carton vLilmPffw I I IWwwWii I lT f V W Velveeta Slices 179 1 J JMr OAf w irj T'T' Fresh Quality 3 Mayonnaise or H j'Tyfv with Bleachl M TT 0r Re9ular JMIF'T Assorted Flavors I Russet fr Miracle 1 Rinse I Lene Star Jlm Barbecue I Potatoes rrri Whip 1 Detergent I Beer L Sauce 1 whip mA I m9 1 en JU ISE? Jm m I m J JP ML M M I Giant LM JF I 6 Pack B M s9 5ga 1 WLJM Bag FfMFC W- Jar M 1C I I Box gF M C II Cans l A 1M Jug C Heavy Beef Skirt Steaks rFTfT Fresh Fa j if as f -" aJwO'd fl All Grinds BHTTtTH ELUJilU&J Folger's Coffee 1-Lb. Can r fcM v American Beauty Wldo Egg m - NoodiesOBozPkgs I Parado Plnlo O03nS 2-Lb. Bag TT wf V Trail Blazor Chunks fQQ Dog Food 25-Lb.O Vlaslc Frosh Koshor or Polish Dill Pickles Q1JyoC...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 May 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday May 27 1982 Page 7 Coal Lease Sale Could Trigger Upheaval Wildlife Federation Lawsuit Says N lmWmmr -Ml HffWBffjHIHnWIIiii i . Yin ' A0 WH BOUNTIFUL GARDEN Pastor Clarence Rose of St John Lutheran Church in Bartlett examples from his bountiful garden this year Stiles Field Day Set For June 15 College Station-Computers farm ponds beef cattle cotton and grain sorg- hum will highlight the 20th annual Stiles Farm Field Day at Thrall June 15. Tours will begin at 2p.m. followed by a special pro- gram at 5:30 p.m featuring an address by H.C "Dulie" Bell of Austin a member of the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents. Dr. Frank W.R. Hubert chancellor of the Texas A&M University System will serve as master of ceremonies. Spcical focus will be on computers during the field day. Producers will be able to run their own computer program on grain sorghum cotton or beef rattle based on their production data says Calvin Rlnn farm manager with the Texas Agric...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 May 1982

r . " W J51 . MM Pago 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 27 1982 oeeoeoooooQqooocoQcooeoocoQooocppppco 8 .taSEsgigSjj DID YOU GET A TRAFFIC TICKET? INSURANCE PREMIUMS TOO HIGH? CALL US AT THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF DEFENSIVE DRIVING INC. AT (817) 773-9571 Our course sponsored by Iho Notional Safely Coun- cil will enable you lo dismiss your traffic ticket with prior approval of the Court andor reduce your insur- ance premium up to 1 0 depending on your insur- ance company The Business And Professional People Of TEMPLE BBS LOADERS BACKHOES ALSO KUBOTA TRACTORS 773-5817 zy TRACTORS IMPLEMENTS J" r$ 7 1W Sales & Service FARM EQUIPMENT SERVICE INC HWY INTERSECTION 190 & 95 since 1947 Owner R. T. (Buck) WALL ARE EXTENDING TO OUR NEIGHBORS IN THE BARTLETT AND HOLLAND AREAS A WARM AND FRIENDLY INVITATION TO VISIT US OFTEN. 1Ti rffufy'd Post Control & Chemical Co. FIRE ANT CONTROL Rat Control Hoas Ticks EPA Liconso Cortifiod Out of Washington D.C For all your lawn & garden suppli...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 May 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday May 27 1982 Page 9 Looking Back o o o o o UIItTIIHAY Hob Fagncr and Randy Wolf were both surprised last week when Mrs. Betty Wcndler presented the two with a superman cake Randy celebrated his sixth birthday and Rob celebrated his birthday Mr. Fagncr is the sixth grade teacher at Holland School and Randy is in Mrs. Wcndler's kindergarten class FIVE GENERATIONS Pictured are Mrs. Claude Mclvin of Nixon Texas Mrs Odelllvey of Holland Texas Mrs R C HillSr of Holland Texas Mr R C. Hill Jr of Holland Texas and R. C Hill HI (Trey) of Holland Texas. ooooooooooooooooooooo Glammrlalk $y 0 I ""s o o jr A beauty mask is always a quick pickup for a tired skin. Put the white or yolk of an cyn on your face over a light face cream and leave on for 20 minutes. Remove with soap arid water. oooooooooooooooooo o o o o o o By James Pcrsky The following is a list of Bartlctt businesses and en- terprises from 1940 as pub- lished in the February 23 1940 issue of The Bartlctt Tribu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 May 1982

k v T r V J Pago 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 27 1982 jV sSV r ' w Church Calendar ;gW rtH V. l lilt wAibliiAimMM"""'- J . " "" . I "l w fern Read Genesis 1:1-31 God created human beings . . . blessed them and said "... I am putting you in charge." Genesis 1:27-28 (tev) O 'UR class was studying recorded In Genesis 1. Three questions were posed: What Is going on here In the biblical record? What was God's mission In this event? Where and how Is God carrying on that mission today? One group reported: "This Is the story of the creation by God of a vast wonderful intricate universe with human beings as the climax of that creation. God's mission was to make and bless the whole earth then to give It for a home to all creatures To human beings God said 'I am putting you in charge.' As for that mission today God has put us in charge." You and I have been given responsibility for the whole world: its land its water its resources its inhabitants. God has been generous even lavish with thi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 May 1982

I r -TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- Tribune-Progress Thursday May 27 1982 Page 11 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 The Tr Ibun Prosreu will net be reiponjlble for more than one In correct Insertion SHV'' ' "I I a I a I am warn V"1"" i ' .' B I I 4 H r " ' 1 rl I 1 HE Hi I Hr '" ' ' " T" 1 I rl I H u6 .ft 4 "H 1 I I I 1 H WW ' -'" 74 r . I R HH&. " '"' ' 'iHHHIHRlHHHIIHHHRI'flH'JVHH'HHV'JHHHBBr'1' " TvlT TTtBlMMBWMi ...IQU fcf V v t f HAY BALING round or square. Contact Johnnie Pav lasck 527-3610 or Milton Sturm 527-3913. 6-17 eg. THANK YOU 1 My sincere thanks to my friends for cards calls let- ters & prayers during my hospital stay. Special thanks to Bro. Hooscr for his visits & pray- ers & Jesse Garcia for mow- ing yard. May God bless each of you. Roy Laws 5-27 pd. GOOD HOME COOKING Lunch Special 2.75 Dinner Special 3.50 Every Day City Cafe 5274611 5AAA-9PM:...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 May 1982

f ?! "VS yr"frt'i v t' I Page 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 27 19B2 Obituaries Joe Chasnk Funeral services for Joe I. Chasak 58 of Route 1 Hol- land were conducted at 10 a.ni Monday at SS. Cyril and Methodius Catholic Church in Granger with Rev. Walter Matous officiating. Burial was In Holy Cross Cemetery at Granger. Rosary was recited at 7 p.m. Sunday at Goodnight Funeral Home in Bartlett. Mr. Chasak died Friday morning in a Temple hospital after a long illness. He was born in Walburg and was a farmer. Survivors Include his mother. Annie Chasak of Holland; one brother Frank Chasak of Taylor; and two sisters Martha Maratincz of Austin and Mrs. Emli Pavla- sek of Jarrcll. Goodnight Funeral Home was In charge. Maxine Wiener Maxine Wiener 36 of 2005 N 7th St. Temple died Saturday afternoon In a Tem- ple hospital after a short illness. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at Sheffield Funeral Home with Uie Rev. R. B. Baker officia- ting. Burial was In Bellwood Memorial Park. M...

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

PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Barllett Texas 70511 Thursday June 3 11)82 VOLUME 06 NUMBER 43 817-527-1421 FIFTEEN CENTS TRIBUNE Democratic Runoff This Saturday A light turnout is expected this Suturday June 5 when Democratic voters to back to the polls to settle a number of runoff races. Two statewide races are on the ballot with John Hannah and Jim Mattcx squaring off for the Attorney General nomination; while Pete Snclson and Gory Mauro battle for the Demo- cratic nomination for Land Commissioner. Williamson County voters will make a choice in races for State Representative and County Treasurer. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Hollan voters will vote at Kuhlmann Civic Center. In Bartlett Bell County voters go to the Town Hall while Williamson County voters mark their ballots at the Bartlett Electric building. BHS Students Receive A number of Barllett High School students received va- rious awards in fields where they excelled during com- mencement exercises Thur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 June 1982

Page 2 Tribune-Progress. Thursday June 3 1982 Keiths Attend Exercises In Lake Charles :-y Mr and Mrs Horace Keith of Bartlctt Joined Mr. and Mrs Ed Garrett of Houston to attend the commencement exercises for Sulphur High students in Lake Charles La at the Civic Center on Sunday afternoon May 23 at 2 p.m when their grandson Ray Allen Richard Jr was a graduate member of a class of 425 students Allen has been active throughout his high school days in Sulphur High During his freshman year he served as Chaplain for the Beta Club (high achievement club) as a sophomore he played cen- ter on the "Sulphur Torna- does" football team and join- ed in recreational basket- ball as a junior he held his position as center on the "Tors" Team and continued his interest in basketball as a senior he held his place as center until knee injury foll- owed by surgery He remain- ed a member of the team although he could not execute center position He entcredd a course of scientific wrestl- ing and was In se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 June 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday June 3 1982 Page3 lew tw 3w JH M If 1Dm l -1 y fjjjflp Mf IHrwJB JPKHtfflnPHMNHHViXBiBPrJJU1IWflHKti iftftJfcmR l -will 'bVITMia ir "V MJV JVKBWK V 8FA W WXMB r tt J" Wi w'r' lK a 9R7"iJu3fifc. ii7il 1 1 "T is: vj .r- HOLLAND MAYFIELD CHAIN Left to right kneeling are: Shannon Liscnbc Shawnana Buchanan Dcbra Decker. Kris Williams Mclany Parmer Tammy Grubbs; standing: Christy Hankins Kristi Morris Mary Mcwhinncy Katrlnn Marwilz Nora Buchanan and Shcryl Marwitz. Coaches arc Larry Spinn left and Phillip Morris. HOLLAND SPJST TEAM Playing on the Little League team sponsored by Holland SPJST this year are left to right kneeling: Katie Gaudry Angela Wooley. Kim Llsenbc Melody Hart Patricia Harris and Shannon Stroud Top: Karmcn Kurtz Tracy Hill Marci Stroud Melissa Valchar Dana Stroud and Melissa Taisler. Jimmy Stroud is coach. Not pictured is Marilyn Harris Holland Little League Results Freshman Boys Division Ages 10-12 Holland Koonscn Grocery garnered their secon...

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

Pago 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 3 1982 CAPITOL UPDATE TRIE UNE PROGRESS USP3 044B00 fl-vu lotAr-"- Dartlett Tribune founded in 18S6 Holland Progrest lounded In !?! U.S. SENATOR for TEXAS 1 t2 HIISSKLI. OITICK IIUU.IMMJ Circleville (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Johnsongrass farm on the San Gabriel Illvcr comes to the defense of Congress this week In n manner of speaking.) Dear editor: Being a Congressman isn't easy For example how do you explain to the voters back home that you voted for a $19000 tax break for yourself without knowing about it? Somebody around mid- night Congressmen claim they don't know who it was slipped a rider on a bill designed to aid coal miners with black lung disease. The aid bill passed over- whelmingly but next mor- ning Congressman discovered they'd passed the rider too giving them $19000 apiece in tax deductions. It was like a dream come true. That created the soul- searching problem of ex- plaining their carelessness to the v...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 June 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday June 3 1982 Page 5 t VANDALISM Bleachers at the Bartlett baseball field were recently torn apart by vandals The incident apparently took place during daylight hours WSLfH. 1 CAmPIN W.. kl BY IIV TRAVEL THROUGH MAJOR CITIES Dear Bob: Wo plan to come from the West Coast to Now York City in n summer- long cross-country vaca- tion in our motor home. Is there anything in particu- lar we should look out for or do? This is our first trip East and we hnvo novcr taken our RV through major cities keeping it before this mainly in the Southwest. Karen & Bill Dolan Dear Karon & Bill: You may find tho ex- perience difforunt from any you've had in your years of RV camping. The cross-country part of your trip will bo little different from what you are used to with tho ex- ception that you'll not bo traveling to any great degree through desert areas such as you may have been used to in Arizona New Mexico etc. I would strongly recom- mend that your entire trip be map...

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

w Page C Tribune-Progress Thursday June 3 1902 mwnB taliisUL KHBnHHHnBIK Oil STAR-KIST Spring Water &5tar-Kis 6V2 02. Can Chunk Tuna 88 All Grinds 01 Folger's Coffee Enriched All Purpose Pillsbury Flour Contadlna Extra Rich Tomato Sauce Pillsbury Hungry Jack Mashed Potatoes Butler Krust Hamburger Buns Butter Krust Cinnamon Rolls All Purpose or Hard Wheat Gladiola Flour Lb. Can2 5 Lb.Bag79C 4B0z. Cons 1 199 6 Count Pkg.OyC 8 Count Pkg.f CjC 25 Lb. Bag3 213 Oz. Cons89C Contadlna Rich Tomato See. 4 $1 HP 8 Oz. Cans I n .137 Quart I PLUS with Puddlngl Asstd. Varieties Pillsbury Cake Mix i7 0z.Box69C Salad Dressing Kraft's Miracle Whip Stokely Quality . Cut Green Beans 3303 cans 1 American Beauty Elbow Ronl Ronl Macaroni Shell Ronl Largo Shell Macaroni or 0 Thin Spaghetti 2io oz. pkgs.oUC SunLlght Liquid w-Lomon Juice! -. Dish Detergent 22 ounce Doiiio99C OPEN 'til 10 P.M. Monday thru Saturday - Opon Sundays! 12222 KERR Complete With Lids and Bands Canning Jars 12 Count Case Of Regul...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 June 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday June 3 1982 Page 7 Green Thumb Honors Seniors ' t if P-. GIFT Mrs. Huth Whitehead proudly accepted a quilt top designed by her students and pieced by Mrs. Shnrron Miles during a surprise going away party held in her honor last Wednesday. A first grade teacher at Holland Mrs. Whitehead has resigned from the Holland teaching staff . DDK'S BARBECUE 117 Wosi Travis (Downtown Holland) Barbpcuo Lunches Sandwiches Or By Tho Pound Sold Hero Or To Go COLD BEER Open Wodnosday Thursday Friday & Saturday 11:00 a.m. until? PHONEs 817-657-2364 I urge you to please vote this Saturday for BILL BLACK. for Judge of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and hick cms! if a i We Soil All WE'VE L6Wfle& ' 3 f HE COST OF l- HVW . 3ARPET CLEANING &YSTEMATNEW LOWER RATES mmmi ttlWFAlnWi I for the 3rd Court of Civil Appeals. (Signed) Richard Mewhinney Pd. pol. adv. by Richard L. Mewhinney P.O. Box 287 Holland Tx. 76534 HOLLAND FOOD MART WASHERTEMA 8 GAL. - KEG Your Favorite...

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