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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 June 1982

lrVVuTW V vvV ' Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 3 1982 3 K X- X- fl K tt X- tt X- X- X- X- X- Farrell G. Scruggs D.D.S. GENERAL DENTISTRY Located at 1611 Granger Road in the East Loke Drive Off ce Center Phonei 352-5244 Hours: 9 am - 4 pm Tues. Wed. Fri. The Business & Professional People of TAYLOR Welcome our Good Neighbors from the Bartlett and Holland Area. ' VISIT US OFTEN! Diamond Engagement & Wedding Bands Bulova & Seiko Watches Lenox & Sango China 8. Pottery Lenox & Schoft-Zwiesel Crystal Known Brands In Stainless Steel Oneida Community & International Silver Expert Watch & Jewelry Repairing Taylor's Finest Selection 3108 N. Main in Taylor Plaza Jewelry 352-5097 SENIOR CITIZEN MONTHS! We Offer 10 Discount for Senior Citizens on Top of our already low Discount Price! FREE DELIVERY at 5:00 P.M. dally to the Bluebonnet in Granger and Will-O-Bell in Bartlett. SCHWENKER REXALL PHARMACY Hwy. 95 near the hospital BRB CO "SERVING TAYLOR SINCE 1955" &...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 June 1982

TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday. June 3 1982. Page 9 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. .All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Pregrtu will not be rejponjlbte for more man one In correct mer tlon mamm. " ' M I G I ft I I BM 1 V'" . B a I A I B H I I I III II V "" """A1"' .' w I 1 i rap t IM w ' HAY BALING round or square. Contact Johnnie Pav- lasck 527-3616 or Milton Sturm 527-3913. 6-17 eg. FOR SALE - Barbecue Cook- cr $10.00; 2 aluminum Foling Cots $6.00 each; Patio lounge and pad $10.00; Full set of golf clubs bag and cart $70.00; Sleeping Bag $5.00; 2 Air Force Parachute Bags $4.00 each; 1 garden hose $3.50; 1 tan Cashmere Coat with Mink Collar $12.50; 1 tan Cashmere Coat $0.00. CAUU 32.30. 6-3 pd. INSIDE SALE at 420 West Clark Bartlctt June 2 thru 4th. Sofa Lamps Drapes Dishes Cloth Uniforms Shoes Knick-kacks and much more. Left overs from Thursday will be reduced on Frida...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 June 1982

f SM 1 VTHMf1 WiYr?-'-''1 'V "i'wi t Page 10. Tribune-Progress Thursday June 3 1982 OVlltliaTlPS Mary L. Patton Services for Mary L. Patton 95 of Bartlctt were held at 3 p.m. Thursday at Avenue T Church of Christ in Temple with Ralph Hunter and J. C. Scott officiating. Burial was in the Holland City Cemetery. Mrs. Patton died Tuesday in n Temple hospital after a brief illness. She was born in Ellis County and lived in Bartlctt most of her life. She was a member of Bartlctt Church of Christ. Survivors include two daughters Mrs. Virgil (Essie May) Huddlcston and Dorothy Persons both of Temple; three grandchild- ren six great-grandchildren; and 3 great-great-grandchildren Goodnight Funeral Home of Bartlctt was in charge. iJS55&TSl5l2l53l5M5ffi51 Mexican Special at City Cafe This Friday June 4 I I f 2 Bean Burrltos 1 Bean ) I fT Refrled BeansJ' I Meat Rurrlto I Spanish Rice J OR f Refried Beans 1 T oo x V Spanlsh Rlce f 2 Tostadas N J 2 ChaBupasJ I 7"y Y $199 1 Ursula Luna Will Be C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 June 1982

w TRIBUNE PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlctt Texns 76511 Thursday Juno 10 1982 VOLUME no NUMHEH II 817-527-1 121 FIFTEEN CENTS Flag Day - Presented By American Legion Auxiliary Post No. 183 Legionnaires Auxiliary members and nil Americans are asked to reaffirm their love and support for our country by pausing at 4 p.m. and reciting the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. All fellow Americans are asked to join this "Pause for the Pledge" in dedication of fnith in the freedom and liberty our Flag represents. June 14th will mark the 205th birthday of the Flag of (lie United States of America. The Flag is a symbol of the faith held by the founders of our "One Nation Under God" Flag Day is a day for us to show our respect. Fly a Flag at your business place and at your home. The first Flag Day was proclaimed by President Woodrow Wilson in 1910. The document he signed 66 years ago was the realization of a dream for a former school master and a tribute to National pride. Bernard...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 June 1982

K Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thiirsday Juno 10 1982 r We Self AM we've Lowered the cost of carpet cleaning ' NOW RENT tmtmz :AnPET CLEANING jjX SYSTEM AT NW WM LOWER RATES Jo-lt-yourselt nd get prottsslonef . t4utt amp a v ' . ' HOLLAND FOOD MART WASHERTERIA 8 GAL. - KEG BEER - 16 GAL. Your Favorite Brands See Us For Your Party Needs PEPSI REG.-DIEUIGHT MOUNTAIN DEW SPECIALS FOR JUNE 10-16 1982 Fresh Meats and Produce Magazine Rack SLUSH PUPPIES HOT SANDWICHES Beer Picnic and Fishing Supplies In Stock Red Wiggler Fishing Worms STORE HOURS Open Seven Days Por Week STORC; WASHERTERIA: Monday-Saturday 6:30 a.m.-70:00 p.m. 6:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Sunday 8:00 a.m.-70:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. -9: 30 p.m. LONGER STORE HOURS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Holland Texas wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm TV'S STEREOS Bring This Ad to Our Store at 415 N. Main for $ 10.00 Off Rental Fee of Any Appliance (Minimum of 2 Week Rental Required). RENT TO USUALLY AND Get Smart Rent from Clark! SPECIAL OF THE WEEK 12 Oz. Can Hot ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 June 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday June 10. 1982 Page 3 At Nine Years Old Ol' Chance Walker Breaks Into Rodeo "Big Time" Rosebud and area citizens old Stormy Dawn rode and she may be in the "Big grandchildren of Mr. and have watched a little baby won two ribbons Saturday at Times" like brother Chance. Mrs. Raymond Hicks of Hoi- boy grow up into a special Longhorn. Maybe who knows Chance and Stormy are the land kind of kid. Some recall when ' 1 HOLLAND CHEMICAL ENTKKPKLSE Left to right front row: Chase Unberhagen Kimbcrly Griffith Donnic Hill Mark Cantu Lalnynia Pacha back row: Casey Wchmeycr. Charles Lisenbc David Stroud Jon Marc Nelson Chad Decker and Patricia Depew. Coaches arc Lynn Stroud and Handy Jones. Balcones Fault Little League Freshman Tec Ball division Ages 7-9 Thursday June 3 Holland Chemical Enterprises met the Holland Lions. The Hol- land Lions gained their fourth win with the final score being 20-5. Making runs for Holland Chemical Enterprises were Kim Griffith 1 DAvid Stroud ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 June 1982

n Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 10. 1982 TRIE UNE PROGRESS USPS 04800 Darllett Tribune founded In Ui Holland Progress lounded In l?J All opinions and viewpoint! In the Tribune Progress do not necessarily represent the editorial oplnlonsol this newspaper Published weekly In Darllett Texas 76511 by Taylor Newspapers tne Taylor Texas Second class postage paid at Dartletl Texas 74511 -- STAFFMEMBGRS Ronnie Pcrsky Mrs Dorothy Jean Dartletl Mrs Imogene Morris CORRESPONDENTS' Mrs Betty Mill Mrs Mae Hardin Subscription Rates 14 00 per year in Bell Milam and Williamson Ceuntles. J8 per year elsewhere Any erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation ol any persn (irm er corporation which may appear In the columns ol the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention ol theedltor Postmaster Texas 7651 1 l( undeliverable send Form JJ7 to Tribune Progress. Dartletl. The Bartlett Philosopher Circleville Phiiospher (Editor's note: The Cir- clcvlllc P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 June 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday June 10. 1082 Page 5 Looking Back By James Persky This week wo will look back on three insurance com- panies which were organized in Bartlctt. By January 1933 the Bartlctt Mutual Life Insur- ance Company had over six million dollars worth of in- surance in force. Officers at the time were: President F. A. LImmer; Vice-President Jacob Isaac and E. E. Llnde- mann; Secretary and Trea- surer J. A. Wackcr; Direc- tors Frank Valcnta and Isa- dore Jurecka; Medical Advi- sor W. J. Harlan; and Legal Advisor 'J. V. Morris. About ten agents from .different cities and towns ' throughout this part of the state attended a company meeting In 1934. On Sept. 17 1937 The Bartlett Tribune reported that: "Mr. (Jacob) Isaac organized the Bartlctt Mu- tual Life Insurance Company which became one of the largest mutual insurance companies In the country. He headed the business for ten years and then sold it to F. N. Pierce who later sold It to a Houston concern." The next account ...

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

l- Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 10 1982 Week-long specials from the meat people! VillHCa' Sale starts Thursday Juno 10 and lasts through Wednesday Juno 16 W: jma'mmmmmmmimKmmimmmmiimmill'IIIH USDA Cholno FF Heavy Beef Rump Roast Meyers r Smoked Sausage a.: tit Assorted Variety Lb. Fryer Drumsticks Whole Logs or Fryer Thighs 2-3 Lb. Family Pack Per Lb. Fryer Wings 2-3 Lb. Family Pack Per Lb. Roegololn Bologna Salami Luncheon or Summer Sausage Sliced Lunch Meats Lb. pk0.1 Rocgeleln Slgnaluro Quality .. OllCed BaCOn 1-Lb. Vac. Pkg. I 97 Lb. 59 1-Lb. Vac. Pkg. Rath Thick-Sliced Slab Sliced Bacon Rath Dlnckhawk(by-lhc-plcco) . Summer sausage u. 1'a 1 USDA Choice Boneless Bcel Top Round Steak USDA Choice Boneless Beet Pike's Peak Roast Rath Chicken Franks or rr Chicken Bolognai2.0z.Pkg.69C All Meat Rath Wieners i2.0z. PkB. 1 19 Lb. 'Sunnydell Grade A r T Homogenized Vitamin D Full Gallon (Twin-Pack Vj-Gal. Ctns.) yi Shady Farms Grade A Medium Doz. Jin IsMUJ.MfAm fli" IXUUzLM trtm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 June 1982

JWIWWWWVWVIWWWfWJWVfW k I Tribune-Progrrss. Thursday June 10 1982 Page 7 PIANNOW YOUR SCHWEHTNEIl CROWDNicc weather greeted those attending the Schwertncr Festival The crowd included mnny people from Bartlctt Holland and Jarrcll Holland Woman Heads Fine Arts Department Back In the 1940's and 1950's when theidca of a local community college was first Incubated jradually by a small gro-ip of educators and citizens in East Harris County the idea was that such a college was designed for two purposes. There was the idea that vocational education could be handled best In two year colleges because not' every vocation required four years of higher education. Second students hoping to earn a full four year degree could get the first two years at less cost while living at home. But as the concept prolif- erated and matured and San Jacinto College spread onto Its three campuses the Fine Arts Department developed to earn their own place in the life of the community. The San Jacinto North Bullet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 June 1982

'jjPfjwPMippmm'jiiMPwwpppfufPwmP'PjJw i Pago 8 Tribune-Progress. Thursday Juno 10 1982 !MWaBaMooeB08og9PoocoooppopccoGooooeo ..i". SidUNfll 111 mmm 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 the National Safety Coun- cil will enable you 1o dismiss your traffic ticket with prior approval of the Court andor reduce your Insur- ance premium up to 10 depending on your insur- ance company n lurjl LOADERS BACKHOES TRACTORS ALS0 IMPLEMENTS KUBOTA TRACTORS 773-5817 ViLX. P f 0 Sales & Service FARM EQUIPMENT SERVICE INC HWY INTERSECTION 190 & 95 since 1947 Owner R. T. (Buck) WALL The Business And Professional People Of TEMPLE EXTENDING TO OUR NEIGHBORS IN THE BARTLETT AND HOLLAND AREAS A WARM AND FRIENDLY INVITATION TO VISIT US OFTEN. TiTi 4uty'& Post Conffof & Chemlesl Co. FIRE ANT CONTROL Rot Control Hoai Ticki EPA Liconto Cortliod Out of Washington D.C For a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 June 1982

- frim r TRIBIME-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 10 1982 Page 9 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. Th Tribune Progreu will not be reiponj.ble lor more trtn one In correct injertlon gJVl'."". "'t ''" '1 I I . 1 I J J . Hft'.ti'A'.' 1.1 -;B I 1 m '" " ' '0BH I I I U I Ml I W- 'i ti -' WJ I I M HHMioi4 n tfHH Mill I iB M J!lLJl?i . - ! I 1 " " . . .. . ..- . ... -.. ...... -i. . HAY BALING round or square. Contact Johnnie Pav- lasck 527-3G1G or Milton Sturm 527-3913. 6-17 eg. FOR SALE - Sweet Corn. You pick It. Phone 817-527-3743. Mrs. Gertrude Rafay Bartlett Texas. 6-10 pd. Reliable teenage girl will babysit in your home or mine. 527-4407. 6-10 pd. COMPLETELY remodeled lovely old home on corner lot with many trees; 3 bed- rooms 2 batlis excellent financing. Call Jcancttc Ingleficld NPC Realty 774-0-184 or773-7889. 6-10 eg. CARPET IS A BIG INVEST- MENT. Try ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 June 1982

i-4 Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 10 1902 More Schwertner Scenes i 1 Limit 1 Hunts 15 Oz. FRUIT COCKTAIL Swift POTTED t A MEAT 4ca7LlKj Swift Chicken & Pork LUNCH MEAT 12 oz. Bama PRESERVES Fresh Texas rAMTAinaiDcci Lb. Asst. Grinds $2.19 59 t 89 t $1.29 A rt4Rb r (i A 'Vu'SiBfc-w I V-V lOfF." nr T-"V! f: i Fresh AB& GROUND BEEF W $1 CO I J W Lb. Fresh-Not Packaged Hunts 15 Oz. PEACHES w:4W SC&'&st uoneiess JiyiBRISKETS twZ9 ' m PIZZAS 1 Lb. Bag CARROTS jHass Ruff Skin AVOCADOS ItffCW 'S lk'-. Slm. TOTINO Lean 59 t "69 Lb. Rath Reg. or Hot SAUSAGE oo$ Lb. 1.29 291 For 3B1 f"t 89SW1 51 Obituaries Floyd C. Roberts Funeral mass for Floyd C. Roberts 57 of Route 1 Dartlctt will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Holy Trinity Catholic Church In Corn Hill with the Rev. Charles Mich- alkn officiating. Burial was in Uie church cemetery in Corn Hill. Rosary was recited Friday at Goodnight Funeral Home in Dartlctt. Mr. Roberts died Thurs- day in a Temple hospital after a lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 June 1982

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartktt & Holland Bartlett Texas 7G511 Thursday June 17 1982 VOLUME NUMBER 45 817-527-1 121 FIFTEEN CENTS Bartlett Electric To Host 46th Membership Meeting The 46th Annual Member- ship Meeting of Bartlett Elec- tric Cooperative Inc. will be held Tuesday June 22 1982 at the Bartlett High School Football Stadium in Bartlett. Registration of members will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the football stadium. Each mem- ber who registers will receive a very useful gift. One gift only will be awarded to each family (with a valid member- ship) registering for the meeting. The meeting will be called to order by Board President James Terry at 8 p.m. and the invocation will be given by Rev A. L. Cronk Pastor of the United Methodist Church In Bartlett. The welcome will be presented by Bobby Hill President of the Bartlett Chamber of Commerce. The business session will be presided over by Coopera- tive Attorneys from the firm of Mills Riley and Moran of Waco and Secretary-Tre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 June 1982

PMHMHmpilllRiailliaPPMJPIOTMMpHiap T Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 17 1982 HH! K MEM. anHiBHl Mr. End Mrs. Tommy White Reunion The Ivicic Family will hold SPJST Ihcir Annual Reunion at the June20 Hall this Sunday Nelson -White ExchangeVows Tina Marie Nelson of Sulphur La. and Tommy Lynn White were married Friday June 11 at the home of the brides mother in Sulphur La. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Shirley Trcadwity of Sulphur La. and the bride- groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy White of Bartlett. The couple will resldo in Louisiana. Mrs. Billy White was in Sulphur to attend the wedd- ing during the weekend. Ivey Reunion Descendants of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Wilkcrson Ivey held their 8th annual family reunion Saturday at the Kuhl- man Civic Center in Holland. A total of 91 family members were present. A barbecue supper was served. Members registered from Bcllon Holland Little River Academy Houston Acade- my Burnet Nolanvillo Wax- ahachlc Round Rock Katy Palaclous and Sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 June 1982

H Tribune-Progress Thursday Juno 17 1&82 Pags 3 Holland Little League Results Freshman Tee Ball Ages 7-9 Monday Juno 7th the Holland Lions beat the Sala- do Jaycces 28-8 In Holland for their fifth straight win. Scoring for Holland were Christy Sevcrson 3; Rhonda Stcgllch 4 one homerun; Dcborali Morris 3 one home- run; Mellnda Miller 2; Vicki Bultcr 3 one homerun; Angle Hose 3; Priscilla Lopez 3; Tanlsha Shuler 2 one home- run; Tonya Scverson 1; Angle Decker 1; Cathi Miller 1- Dlannc Durton 1; and Rebecca Lcija 1. June 10 Holland Lions traveled to Jarrcll and sus- tained their winning streak by winning 25-7. Scoring for Holland were Angle Rose 4 one homerun; Vicki Butler 2; Priscilla Lo- pez 4 one homerun; Mellnda Miller 3; Rhonga Stcgllch 2 homcruns; Christy Scverson 2; Cynthia Elliott 1 home- run; Tanisha Shuler 3 2 homeruns; Deborah Morris 2 one homerun; Cathi Miller 1; Diannc Burton 1; and Jennifer Jctt 1. Junior Girls DIVISION i Ages 13-15 June 3 Holland Mnyficld Grain defea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 June 1982

V-A If Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 17 1982 TRIBUNE PROGRESS USPS 044400 Dartlett Tribune founded In 1884. Holland Progress founded In 1891. All opinions end viewpoints In the Tribune Progress do not necessarily represent the editorial opinions of this newspaper Published weeHy In Dartlett Texas 74511 by Taylor Newspapers Inc. Taylor Texas Second class postage paid at Dartlelt Texas 7451 1. STAFF MEMBERS Ronnie Persky Mrs. Dorothy Jean Dartlett Mrs ImogcneMorrls CORRESPONDENTS Mrs Betty Hill Mrs Mae Hardin Subscription Rates- s4 00 per year In Bell Milam and Williamson Counties; M per year elsewhere Any erroneous reflection upon the character 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 Texas74SI1 If undellverable send Form 3579 to Tribune Progress Dartlett Watchdog The Toxas Consumer Association Education Fund's Roport from Austi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 June 1982

M Tribune-Progress Thursday June 17 1982 Page 5 Killer Mosquitoes Looking Back $!f r90 'TCTST'"''" .. MHb amA 4 Jf .. Wtt" -. AK as - 3PS4 tt " k ..' tf?. ALl- . Allinnn Makes Dean's List Students on the DEAN'S List at Sam Houston State University for the 1982 spring semester include David James Allman of Bartlctt who earned a 3.400 grade point average. He is a senior majoring in criminology the Dean's List at Sam Houston consists of all full time students with grade point averages of 3.0 (B) an above. A perfect record (A) averages 4.0. A Day At The Bartlett Swimming Pool . 4 jawmanaBBBHaa JB flE IEVJbL " Peanut Buster Parfait MJ JvJ It's a sweet deal from Dairy Queen! Just 99C for a cool and fudgy super-pea-nutty Peanut Buster Parfait. Come taste one today. This Monday June 21 thru Sunday June 27. && diihJjJ We treat you like a Texan. Copytigm iM Id 4 u 00 i.m m Ai RgMiRewiwl 'M 1'Jdemarfcbal it tit l) M H Wu" Reg slctd 'tadtftufh Am 0 Q Corp Can Ruin Summer Mosquitoes whic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 June 1982

' - is . .i vw i-'--s .-; i '- 4 V Page f Tribune-Progress Thursday June 17 1982 The meat people give you unbeatable low prices! wkAl feV K r '"""" ' "" iiiMi.iilliii..miyiM.iMMMMiiWMiiiMl v k A i . AA. I wwM I ImHRchoice) i ' Tfffv Bath Tissue! CoffecW Truckload Solel 4-Roll Pkg. 1-Lb. Can Premium Light or Reg. Schlitz Beer 6-Pack 12-Oz. Cans LOW-PRICED QUALITY MEATS Swilt Premium Buttorball Turkey 10-Lbs. and Up Lb. AQ Fa'mas"01 929 00C Skirt Steak Lb.aHi Fryer Drumsticks Whole Legs or jWk USDA Choice Heavy Beef JM 0 Fryer Thighs Q Rump Roast lOO 2-3 Lb. Family Pack Lb. aW mC Lb. USDA Inspected ubUA inspecioa Cf Fryer WingS2-3Lb.FamllyPak.PerLb.OOC Famous Quollty aa Rath Chicken Franks12-oz.pkg.oyC Rain Bologna Luncheon or .4 eg Sliced Cooked Salamii.Lb.pkgl USDA Choice Boneless Beet Pike's Peak Roast Decker Quality Lb 1 88 uecxer uuamy jt g Tall Korn Sliced Bacon12.oz.pkg. I Great for tho Grllll Fully Smoked ?QQ Cumberland GapSausageLb.O FOODLAND FRESH PRODUCE SPECIALS U.S. tf1 M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 June 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday June 17 1982 Page 7 WF vyyyyyyy Ty yyyyiicyyyyyyyyyyyy "1 se- tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt se- tt tt tt tt m se- tt tt se tt tt se- tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt se- tt tt tt tt tt se- tt se tt se- tt tt tt se tt se tt tt tt tt tt se- tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt se tt se tt se tt se- tt se- tt tt se tt tt tt tt se- tt tt se- tt tt tt se tt se tt -se tt se tt se tt se Farrell G. Scruggs D.D.S. GENERAL DENTISTRY Located at 1611 Granger Road in the Eost loke Drivo Office Center Phonei 352-5244 Hours: 9 am - 4 pm Tuos. Wod. Fri. SENIOR CITIZEN The Business & Professional People of TAYLOR Welcome our Good Neighbors from the Bartlett and Holland Area. " ijtaSIT US OFTEN! Wo OHor 10 Discount for Sonior Citizons on Top of our alroady low Discount Prico! FREE DELIVERY at 5:00 P.M. daily to the Bluebonnet in Granger and Will-O-Bell in Bartlett. SCHWENKER REXALL PHARMACY Hwy. 95 noar tho hospital 352-3659...

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