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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 June 1982

1 Pngc 8. Tribune-Progress Thursday June 17 1902 aMMMxvttMvcivMa 0MMMMM t I I r Celebrate Georgetown Western Week June 21-26 1982 Events: These events to be held in San Gabriel Park Monday June 21 G:30 p.m. Rabbit Hill "500" 7:30 p.m. Monday Night Jamboree River City Rounders a central Texas band is opening a talent show. Country Pickins and Sunshine another Georgetown Band will also show us some of their talent. Sunshine is Janet Brabandt and the Country Pickins are Earl Dooley Glen Brabandt Allen Mauhgan from Georgetown Mike Dixon from Florence and Corky Hayes from Jarrell. Olen Bonner Jesse Hamilton Wanda Ickcs and Johnny Smith from Georgetown will also be presenting some of their talent in the show. Ladies - Help Us Stamp Out Home Cooking! M Finest Salad Bar in Central Texas Featuring $4.95 Merchant's Steak Archie's Restaurant III 35 & Anriicc Road GEORGETOWN Sun.-Thur. 7-9 Fri.-Sat. G-10 in K I If Wednesday June 23 Courthouse Square 6:30 p.m. Childrens Activities Lemon Roll...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 June 1982

h j Tribune-Progress Thursday June 17 1932. Page 9 fWViXVVVVVXV Celebrate Georgetown Western Week June 21-26 1982 3SSs4p9 I Two Good Places To Serve You! GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN - 16 FLAVORS OF ICE CREAM - 1010 Austin Avonuo 863-5451 ALSO ON WILLIAMS DRIVE FULL LINE OF ATLAS a AUTO & TRUCK ACCESSORIES 7Ae THREE-WAY FEEDS INC. MM WIIMII flttttOH OWNII ARMSTRONG TUME UPS AIR CONDITIONING BRAKE SERVICE STARTER & ALTERNATOR REPAIRS EXHAUST SYSTEMS SHOCK ABSORBERS VHEEl BALANCING All TYPES Of SERVICE I Alaok EXXON SERVICE STATION "f-UHuesi 9 I 8 1 TLAS Tims gs COMPUTf UORAl StRVICt CORSAOIS PARTUS WtDDINOS FUNIRAIS CUT UOWIRS BIOOMINO PLANTS - OIFTS PERMANENT riOWIRS Say II With llowtn Say II Wllh Our ffow.ri" I u iZdimlYdlt kt. fmo W vrifUlOIUUll) 1. UAUO AMSEL EALTORS P . off. 863-6630 tK) res 863-3659 "WsS.IIT.xm" AUSTIN UNit 255-4270 FARMS - ACREAGE - RANCHES W. B. "0nb" IlIMSEL 212-A BELFORD SQ. GEORGETOWN 863-2542 wtwifl liowlll xrwniiti I CIITWIDI DIUVIIT 608 E UNIV AV ACROSS...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 June 1982

V w'tvv-i r . Page 10 Tribune-Progress. Thursday June 17 1982 The Scientists Tell Me. . . Vegetable Fat is Greater Health Hazard Than Lean Beef or Processed Meats By Robert L. Hancy TABS Science Writer "Present efforts to inform the public that beef contains high levels of saturated fatty acids is unwarranted un- necessary and is without a sound basis" says Dr. Ran- dall Wood Professor in Biochemistry at Texas A&M University. In the Lipid Research Labo- ratory Wood and his as- sociates have conducted a great deal of research on the various types of fat both ani- mal and vegetable that is present in our food. Some of his recent research on fat in meats was initiated Wood says because proc- essed meats a major source of fat in the American diet had not been examined for the type of fat it contained. Lean beef was also examined because public attention is being focused on beef as containing saturated fats and more re- cently as containing irons fatty acids. Many of the latter Wood ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 June 1982

H ' m m. ( f j I ' i JV. 'AU'."J I a I 1 1 rf '""i ."iv; V I I sB "id . Mifl HI 1 om win HI 1 I HHr- 1 1 i " ' VJ 1 1 ! ! I W- V I I I J I P "-v--' " '...3.t1 I W i His . tSHH Kf I w I I I HB "I HF v s"w .-' i I VMft;. ' "T P!1 I 1 111 1 Mfr-Tirny-rtiikA 1 1 HBVL- 1vilHHHflHMHMflRMMHHflNMHHflHHMHV8vrT'' " " ' ?r Tiir UvJHjhjhjhhj TRIBIME-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 17. 1982 Page 1 1 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribunp ProgreJl will not be f eponible for more than one in correct insertion HAY BALING round or square. Contact Johnnie Pav- losek 527-3616 or Milton Sturm 527-3913. 6-17 eg. 3-FAMILY Porch Sale -thursday & Friday 8-5 p.m. 847 West Jackson Bartlett. 6-17 eg. HOLLAND WELDING -All types welding portable ser- vice 657-2345. 7-8 eg. 3 or 4 bedroom 2-story home close to Morgan's Point Mari- na. Energy features fire- place built-in M...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 17 June 1982

A Page 12. Tribune-Progress Thursday June 17 1982 i r Obituaries Emmett Franz Funeral services for Em- mett W. Franz were held Saturday at the Goodnight Funeral Home In Bartlctt with the Rev. Al Cronk officiating. Burial was in the Bartlctt City Cemetery. Mr. Franz died Thursday in a Temple hospital after a long illness. He was born June 19 1908 in Bartlctt. He was a Methodist and a Vete- ran of World War 11. Survivors includo four sons Emmett Franz Jr. of Lubbock Charles Franz of Lockhart Rev. James Franz of Hope and Rev. Jerry Franz of Cline Colorado; a daughter Betty Strange of Amarillo; two brothers Wil- son E. Franz of Bartlett and William G Franz of Seguln; a sister Stella Williams of Temple; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were Alfred Splnn Lawrence Karl Dwight Svoboda Preston Bailey Jon Franz and George Franz. Ernest Anderson Jr. Ernest Monroe Anderson Jr. 74 son of Mr. and Mrs. "Curlcy" Anderson passed away on June 12th. Survivors include two son...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 24 June 1982

l TRIBUNE PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlett Texas 70511 Thursday June 2 15)82 VOLUME 90 NUMBER 4S 817-527-1424 FIFTEEN CENTS Bartlett Council Meets Dartlctt city councilmcn met Monday night for their regular monthly meeting. Tolly Moore Bell County Tnx-Asscssor Collector was present to discuss with the council the delinquent taxes. Chief of Police Horace White presented his report of all activity in his depart- ment. Councilmcn voted to lease-purchase a new radar for the police department. Councilmcn also approved a request to purchase new uniforms for the police de- partment Judge Marlln Henry pre- sented a report of all activity in the municipal court. A report of the utility department was presented by Mike Williams. He report- ed that water meters have been installed to customers on flat rate water water lines have been repaired. He also reported that at 50 amp rccloserfcas been installed ditches and alleys have been bladcd streets have been patched and repaired. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 24 June 1982

Page 2. Tribune-Progress Thursday June 24 1902 Recipe Corner mmammmmmmammmmn By Betty Hill HOT MONTERREY BAKE 1 pound lean ground beef 1 clove garlic minced 2 teaspoons salt Mj teaspoons Tabasco Sauce 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 cup mayonnaise 3 cups cooked rice 2 cups sliced celery 1 cup chopped green peppers 1 cup chopped onions 3 medium tomatoes cut Into eighths 1 cup crushed corn chips. Saute meat and garlic in lightly greased skillet until meat is no longer pink stir- ring to crumble. Pour off fat if any Blend salt pepper sauce lemon juice and may- onnaise. Add this mixture and remaining ingredients except corn chips to ground beef. Turn into greased 2 quart casserole. Top with corn chips. Bake at 375 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes. Makes 8 servings. NOTE: I do not use as much celery as it calls for. LAYER DELIGHT First Layer: 1 cup flour 1 cup chopped nuts 1 stick margarine-melted. Mix together and press in 9 x 12 pan. Bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees. Cool. Second Layer: 1 cup pow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 24 June 1982

Holland Crowd At Holland Corn Festival Holland Little League Results! fH aMk 'a nHfliKlTVBMC M0JKcBtt JHHhQXj VvfllH Midget Boys DIVISION Ages 7-9 June 8 Holland Best Butane traveled to S&W Rob- ertson's Hams and were de- feated 10-4. This makes the second loss of the season for Best Butane. Pitchers were Craig Jctt and Brandon Houston. Scoring runs for Holland were Russell Kurtz 1 Matt- hew Spinn 1 Brandon Hous- ton 1 and Craig Bonds 1. Tuesday June 15 Holland Best Butane played the Florence Cardinals in Florence. Holland won 20-10. Brandon Houston pitched. Scoring for Best Butane were Russell Kurtz 2 Matthew Spinn 3 Craig Jett 2 Bran- don Houston Craig Bonds 2 Trey Bcthkc 2 Timothy Kea- ton 1 Tad DePcw 3 and Keith Archer 3. Getting hits for Holland were Craig Jett 1 homcrun and 1 single Brandon Hous- ton 1 homcrun and 1 single Craig Bonds 3 singles Trey Bethkc 1 single and Timothy Kcaton 1 single. Holland Best Butane went to Florence June 18 to defeat the Florence Astros 16-13...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 24 June 1982

4 W 'V ' - 1 Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 24. 1982 TRJB UNE PROGRESS USPS 04400 Dortlett Tribune founded In 186 Holland Progreit founded In 1192 All opinions and viewpoint! In the Tribune Progre i do not necemrll? represent the editorial opinions of this newspaper Published weekly In Bartlett Texas 74511 by Taylor Newspapers Ine Taylor Texas Second class postage paid at Darlletl Texas 74511 STAFF MEMBERS Ronnie Persky Mrs Dorothy Jean Bartlett Mrs imogeneMorrls CORRESPONDENTS Mrs Betty Hill Mrs Mae Hardin Subscription Rates M 00 per year In Bell Milam and Williamson Counties; M per year elsewhere Any erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation ol any person llrm or corporation which may appear In the columns ol the Tribune Progress will gladly be Corrected upon being brought to the attention ol the editor Postmaster II undellvcrable send Form 3579 to Tribune Progress Bartlett Texas 7511 The Circleville Philospher (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on hi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 24 June 1982

r 9 r I fe Si- Coach Aldrich Makes Preparation Dnrtlctt Head Coach Sam Aldrich was In Bartlett Fri- day preparing to launch n new athletic program. The new coach's coaching philosophy centers on a belief that athletics arc an impor- tant branch of education. "There are a lot of things you cannot icarn in the classroom" Aldrich said. He added that he enjoyed work- ing with athletes and loved the competition. "I would certainly like to work toward building the character of the athlete" he commented. Strategy-wise Aldrich plans to work with the Wing T offense which he describes as mainly a trap and power type of offense. 2nd Annual Crusader Basketball Clinic Set The second annual Crusa- der Basketball Clinic will be held for 10-16 year olds July 12-16 from 9 a.m. til 12 noon daily In the Mabcc Gymnasi- um on the UMHB campus. Participants will be instruc- ted in shooting dribbling passing defensive and offen- sive moves and In the know- ledge of basketball. According to Head Basket- bal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 24 June 1982

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 24 June 1982

1 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 24 1D82 Page 7 gattoea80eaaagttBBBa9390soooocsoqoo i f ! k . O s 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 Ihe Notional Safely Coun- cil will enable you to dismiss your traffic ticket with prior approval of the Court andor reduce your Insur- anco promium up to 1 0 depending on your Insur-' a nee company The Business And Professional People Of TEMPLE ARE EXTENDING TO OUR NEIGHBORS IN THE BARTLETT AND HOLLAND AREAS A WARM AND FRIENDLY INVITATION TO VISIT US OFTEN. INJURED? If you have been injuied on the Job or In a car accident we will discuss your case with you at no charge If you then want us to represent you and we accept your case our fee is based on a percentage of the amount recovered for you No recovery no charge GARCIA & KILGORE ATTORNEYS AT LAW P.C. 1210-B South 31st (817)773-0037 Tuesdays and Fridays by appointment LOADE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 24 June 1982

.. it.(MtnMt(tK'i)'nt Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 24 1932 iiiiillinTrfnTTlllllTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKtiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiTiriTTynyt Eywax Just For You! V Come Dine With Us Serving II tjl8r 8lWp BMMHk.-- P mRrkMIVQ s K Designer & Conventional Frames Complete Laboratory Certified Opticians Since 1946 Dietz & McLean Optical Co. . 601 Mallard Lane Taylor Texas Located in Taylor Eye Center Hours: Mon. thru Fri. 8:30am 5pm Phone: 512-352-3016 Welcome to Taylor! -o- Iwhiitie liiufcij:'lLlii'ieJ COMPLETE LINE LAWN MOWERS-PUSH & SELF-PROPEL & RIDING MOWERS STORAGE BUILDINGS SprinklersGarden Hose9Flox-Line Trimmer$Lawn FurnitureirHand Tools Charcoal & Gas Bor-B-Q Grill Your MAYTAG Headquarters VISA 119 W. 2n4 352-2M5 L Mm Charbroiled Steaks i Fried Chicken jt Seafood O.I V Children's Portions Opon Tuos-Sat 5-10:30 pm-Sun 12-8:30 pm Bar Opon Evory Night til 12:00-Saturday til 1:00 Closed Monday Good Food CoW Bwr Coll 352-9149 for Rasemtions WEI SCmAf Celebrate ihe ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 24 June 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday. Junc24 19H2 1'nge9 lTl8r Welcome Bartlett and Holland. Friends! Taylor x9Sw Automatic Transmission All work guarantood Fluid & Filter changes 352-3680 1809-D N. Main (behind Dairy Queen) HOURS: Monday-Friday 7:30-5:30 HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY Get Set For Summer Special lube Oif & filter flush radiator & install up to 2 gallons Anti-FrteitCoolant. Check all hosts belts & etc. Only AS tUt TAYLOR TIRE CENTER 1903 N. Main 352-3687 Taylor Texas Q Prescriptions for Peace of fflind: DON QUICK Residential - Commercial Industrial - Farm & Ranch Sales Leases Rentals JIMS BRENDA LAUGHARY 898-2409 CRAIG GRACE 352-7424 Member Taylor Listing Service & Austin Taylor Office 352-7662 612 N. Main SUPERIOR DAIRIES INC. "Hours Fresher" 352-6920 291 0 AUSTIN HWY. Round Rock Office 255-2536 Enjoy TJ.F. Daysl u I i I m I 1 ill w I 4H Hw"vwaNivH Fred Woods R.Ph. Taylor FLOYD'S BODY WORKS FLOYD'S GLASS CO. 1604 W. 2nd 352-7618 Z TlrKtiv oO v X SPORTING EQUIPMEN...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 24 June 1982

l jnijPPfsVrrvvs .rvrf4Brvrvit"rr rv rWv- i s-Wi Page 10 TribunC'Progrcss Thursday June 2 11982 Corn Festival Scenes Will O'Bell News By Patricia Williams J. D. AND AUccn McBrldc of Lampasas visited Mamie Thomas. Ginger Cooksy and Jenni- fer of Cameron visited Carrie Tittle. Lcc and Michael Wiedcr- spahn of New Orleans visited Harry Wiedcrspahn. Lydia Darabas of Holland visited Paul Pauscwang. mi v X- - -fc 7 V Kitchen Wifcherv ) - - Which room In your home is the most energy Intensive? Probably the kitchen. Appliances account for about 13 percent of total home energy use. You don't have to have magic powers to curb some of that consumption. Your kitchen with dishwasher refrig- erator oven range and freezer Is a smart place to watch en- ergy use. Here are some suggestions: If you have very small quan- tities of food to prepare cook In one of the small portable appli- ances like the new toaster broilers. Use your oven for cook- ing big meals or several Items at one time. Qlass or cer...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 24 June 1982

iM r -TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday. June 24 1982 Pnge 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 retpwulble lor more than cne In correct inwrtlon mmW-- f"A M I I a I I ml '"" .oU'.'W I 1 Dtfii -IHH "'-I'l'IIH T Vr Irr-wV nil.. -A I 1 fw .'" 77j'r "fc W ' GARAGE SALE - Satur- day only o a.m. - ? 108 Dixie Drive Holland. Furniture dishes nnd odds and ends. 657-2339. 6-24 eg. FOR SALE -1976 Fiat 128 in existing condition. Submit bid to Hill Ford Inc. By 10 a.m. Friday June 25th 1982. 6-24 eg. HOLLAND WELDING -All types welding portable ser- vice 657-2345. 7-8 eg. REMODELED home with history. Features a cozy fire- place great closet space and a giant sized utility room. Priced right! Call Jcancttc Inglcfield NPC Realty 774- 8484 or 773-7889. tfc. CARPET IS A BIG INVEST- MENT. Try Creative Interi- ors for dollar savings on car...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 24 June 1982

I V i Pnge 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 24 1902 Obituaries Katie Pausewang Walter Smith v Looking Back Mrs. Katie Pausewang 81 of Holland died Friday morning in a Bartlctt nursing home after a brief illness. Funeral services were held at 4 p.m. Saturday at the Goodnight Funeral Chapel In Bartlett with Rev. Karl Gronbcrg officiating Burial was in the Holland City Cemetery. Mrs. Pausewang was born In Czechoslovakia and moved to Texas in 1914. She was a housewife and a member of the Brethren Church of Hoi land. Survivors include her hus- band Paul Pausewang of Holland; n son Logan Pause- wang of Austin; a daughter Ruby Lee Ogle of Killeen; a brother Llgie Ivlcic of Hol- land four sisters Delia Jar- ma of Temple Lydia Bara- bas of Holland Mary Under- wood of Oklahoma City Okla. and Valasta Kadcrka of Killeen; two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were Allen Eckcrmann Calvin Eckcr- mann R. F. Buntc Jr. Edward Pausewang Dennis II. Barabas Darwin Ivlcic. Alton But...

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

l I t TRIBUNE PROGRE Serving Bartlett & Holland Harllett Texas 7rll Thursday July l 1982 VOLUME OS NUMBEIM7 8 1 7-527-M24 P I FTEEN CENTS SS I ' ' Kubiak Addres ses Co-op Meeting Featured speaker State Representative Dan Kublak came own against high in tercst rates and in favor of two constitutional amend- ments during his address to the 46th annual meeting of the Bartlett Electric Coope- rative last Tuesday June 22. Three directors were elec- ted without opposition and Bartlett manager Lawrence Karl gave his annual report to the membership. In his remarks Kubiak criticized the Fed's handling of the current economic sit- uation. "With interest rates great- er than inflation I wonder if the medicine is not worse than. .the disease." Kubiak said the "big huge bankers" control the money supply and advocated trans- fer of the Federal Reserve to the Trcasurery department. The Federal Reserve is now an independent body. The Rockdale legislator said agriculture is taking the brunt of t...

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

s Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday July 1. 1982 Foshee - Schiller Phyllis Diane Foshee of Bartlett and Wcldon R. Schll- lr of Zabcikvlllc were united In marriage on June 26 at 2 p.m. in the First United Methodist Church of Temple. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. James K. Foshee of Bartlett and Mr and Mrs. Ernest F. Schiller of Zabcikvlllc. The Rev. Albert Michalik of Caldwell performed the double ring ceremony. Miss Lisa Altimore of Dallas was the soloist and Miss Gloria Rlbbeck of Temple provided the wedding music. The can- dles were lit by Larry Klaus of Houston and Ricky Tyler of Temple. The bride given in mar- riage by her father wore a magnolia white satin gown with re-embroidcred Alcncon lace and Brussels lace trim. The fitted bodice featured Queen Ann neckline adorned with appliques of Alcncon lace. The full bishop sleeves were detailed with lace and fitted over the hand by a wide lace cuff. The fully circular skirt was fashioned with n wide border of lace edging the h...

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

rw-rrvrt' t -rt rr- rtyftyri Holland Little Freshman Tec-Ball division ages 7-9 Monay June 21 the Hollnn Lions secure their seveth win by defeating Holland Chemi- cal Enterprise 23-9. Getting runs for Holland Lions were Rhonda Steglich 1; Christy Severson 3: Angle Rose 3 j Cynthia Elliott 1; DEBORAH Morris 2 home- runs; Melinda Miller 4; Tan- Isha Shulcr 3; Diannc Burton 1; Rebecca Leijn 2; and Priscilla Lopez 3 runs one a homerun. Scoring for Holland Chem- ical Enterprise were Kim Griffith 2 david Stroud 3 DONNIE Hill 1 Tina Haver- land 1 and Lulaynla Pacha 1. June 7 Holland Chemical Enterprise traveled to Jar- rell. They were defeated 21-18. Scoring for Holland were Kim Griffith 2 Donnlc Hill 3 David Stroud 2 Jon Mark Nelson 3 Chase Unbcrhagen 2 homcruns Chad Decker 1 Patricia DePew 1 Charlie Licscnbc 1 Lalaynla Pa.. ha i and Mark Cantu 2. The June 10 Holland Chemical Enterprise game was forf ictcd to Salado Cedar Hill. Thursday June 24 Holland Lions hosted Salado Cedar Hill defea...

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