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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 July 1982

'- i Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday July 15. 12 Holland Senior Citizens Meet Some 57 Holland Senior Citizens enjoyed fellowship games and a good meal last Thursday July 8th at the Kuhlmann Civic Center in downtown Holland. A special guest for the day was Miss Inez Cowan of Bclton. Mrs. Bicls gave a report on the patriotic party at the Harvest House in Temple on Thursday night July 1st. Those from Holland attend- ing and enjoying the program were Mr. and Mrs. Felix Biels Mr. and Mrs. Harry Truelove J.d. Howe Wilma Smith Matie Baker Cara Lois Allison Emma Yakcsh Hilda Schultz and Laura Jeschkc. The senior citizens want to extend a special "Thank you" to Mrs. Lela Carpenter LVN for coming last week to take their blood pressure. Everyone was very grateful for this courtesy. She will be coming the first Thursday of cacn mown to do tins tor the -"- -- Holland Senior Citizens. KeCipe Comei' They are also thankful for those who have been bringing vegetables to share and a special thank yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 July 1982

IF Hill Carol Honds 1 Winning The War Against Fleas Dallas-Fleas seem to be making it big in Texas. Over the last five to seven years fleas seem to have become more and more of a problem particularly in urban and suburban areas. Cat fleas which infest dogs or cats and readily attack humans are the most com- mon says an urban entomol- ogist with the Texas Agricul- tural Extension Service Texas A&M University Sys- tem. Flea bites arc extremely annoying and generally become increasingly sore and irritated over a period of a week or more explains Dr. John M. Owens. Fleas ' most often bite people about the legs and ankles. A small red spot with a light colored center appears where the mouthparts of the adult flea enters the skin. Applying cooling prepara- tions such as carbolated vaseline menthol camphor calamine lotion or ice will help relieve the itching. Severe allergic reactions or infections should be treated by a physician. Although fleas can trans- mit bubonic plague and mur- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 July 1982

Pnge -J. Tribune-Progress Thursday. July 15. 1932 Texas Consumer Report p FfcCtfzr TRIBUNE PROGBESS USPS 044800 The Circleville Philospher (Editor's Note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Johnsongrnss farm on the San Gabriel Klver reports on the funning situation this week more or less.) Dear editor: Anybody familiar with the matter knows that farming is in financial trouble just as any business would be when it's paying 1982 costs and getting 1932 income You can get by paying a Congressman 1982 wages while getting 1932 results but you can't do it farming The government can spend more than it takes in and keep going or at least it has for a long time now but no agricultural experts have figured out how a farmer can Small town bankers take a different view toward deficit financing than Washington I can't say it'd be any comfort to a farmer trying to keep his head above water but I've just read about a tract of land that costs $50000 un acre to operate and hasn't The Bartlett By T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 July 1982

u M Vi i I ' Chuck Chandler's BEST BETS AMERICAN LEAGUE JULY 24 Favorite Odds Underdog DETROIT VA-V2 Texas Boston 7'j-8'. MINNESOTA KANSAS CITY Even-6 Milwaukee California Pick 'em NEW YORK CHICAGO 6-7 Toronto Seattle Pick 'em CLEVELAND BALTIMORE 6-7 Oakland NATIONAL LEAGUE - JULY 25 Favorite Odds Underdog Atlanta 6V4-7V4 PITTSBURGH ST. LOUIS 6VS-7V4 Houston CINCINNATI 5!6'4 Chicago Philadelphia Pick 'em LOS ANGELES SAN DIEGO Even-6 New York Montreal 7ViW SAN FRAN. NORTH AMERICAN SOCCER LEAGUE PRO SOCCER JULY 22 Favorite Goals Underdog VANCOUVER mh Chicago New York 2-2V4 TORONTO PRO SOCCER JULY 24 Favorite Goals Underdog Snn Jose Pick 'om MONTREAL PORTLAND Evon-V Seattle Edmonton lV-2 TULSA Jacksonville V4-1 CHICAGO PRO SOCCER JULY 25 Favorite Goals Underdog NEW YORK 2-2 to Snn Diego Vancouver MVi TORONTO Home Team In Cops 1982. McNnught Syndicate. Inc. 'QCJO Stun Lundes who says he was forced into retire- ment 10 years ago as n National League umpire an- nounced ho has begun a hung...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 July 1982

" fry - . x 4 i 1 V ' -VV'VH'ej'V1'Y'--a-'tV f Pngefi Tribune Progress Thursday. July 15. 19112 Foodland gives you low prices on your favorite brands! y w mw tmwmmm mmmmmm pnMMHMiMMiBi OTMVMMBHMBmwv m. . - . !Ks?J&s?trrA "ft ScaaaJil Mountain Dew 1 rf L9ht- Det or Re9' S" 6-Pack 12-0z. Cans 418 12-Pack: 2.35 White Thin Sliced Sandwich-Style Colonial Sliced Bread 112Lb. Loaves c iWrfoet. Green Giant Whole Kernel Niblefs Golden Corn 3fc JH LataHl 12-OzTB Vac. Cans m ( " u HRR; All Grinds Folger's Coffee 1-Lb. Can 97 ULa YttWm FOODLAND WEEK-LONG SPECIALS Light or Reg. 40fe &&. Lone Star Beer C m 5f 12-Pack 12-0z. Cans IB Franco-American Spagheiti-O's 314cin? ' American Beauly Lirgo Shell Macaroni Elbo Ronl. Ronl Mac Shell Ronl or -. Cf Thin Spaghetti io-oz.Pkgs.o;JC Wonder Enriched ff Long Grain Rice zs-oz. bo. bUC Imperial 4 1Q Light Margarine Mb. spread I Parade Smooth or Crunch- nn Peanut Butter iwuirl Nabisco OO Premium Saltines iPoundoo.oBC Thln-Sllced Sandwich Style f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 July 1982

Tribune Progress. Thursday. July 15. 1982 Page7 Farm Programs A Blessing To Consumers Tax Incentives For Soil Water Conservation COLLEGE STATION-A1-though America's consumers rarely recognize them as such government farm pro- grams are one of the many blessings they enjoy. "While consumers often see farm programs as driv- ing up food prices they actually do the opposite" points out Dr. William E. Black economist in market- ing and policy with the Texas Agricultural Extension ser- vice Texas A&M University System. "Farm programs have led to an abundance of high quality food and fiber for America's consumers at fair- ly reasonable prices" says Black. "Furthermore farm programs have stimulated increased supplies of agricul- tural commodities for export to alleviate hunger in many corners of the world and to reduce U.S. trade deficits." Black emphasizes that the net effect of farm programs is that they have stabilized the supply of agricultural products which in turn has limited the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 July 1982

PngoB Tribune Progress Thursday .lurvn 19R? Leath To Address Veterans tjtt 3? "T CSc!ISHMHMCZ9M9CH0HHMWWlbflHHHKU mr.Ma """K J"l""H"rB"in"V"R""B "PI"H"l"""l""""""i"""""B"i""i"H """"Kf"""""P"iR"H f) & (y& JQ "" ft... &S&fi&ll . l-W v tw se r-iMTWk. u i' " rvT "k. J . k.jiih... w K jt. ..-.-' jrRkmiim. I hililavj 'r ... - .9SlL' . Adffl'BMlai-l : SLJmi . if ..'.' - HWMilL' ' -- . ! Both the Disabled American Veterans and the Veterans of Foreign Wars have invited Congressman Marvin Leath of Marlln to address their national con- ventions this summer Leatli will address the opening session of the DAV convention which will be held in Las Vegas Sunday .July 18 Leath will speak to a joint session of both the DAV and Auxiliary convention delegates On Wednesday Aug lit Leath will address the general business session of the VFW convention In Los Angeles Leath said. "I'm flattered and honored to receive these two speaking invitations I look forward to speaking to so many of ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 July 1982

J t -. rf ' ' Ms 'I ' J ' ' "" IV I A nt t"jM H B 1 1 H I B Htvit Mft 1' (Till "' B I 1 TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress. Thursday July 1 5 1982 Page 9 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertlslnfl cash In advance. The Tribune Progress will not be reiponjlble lor more then on In correct insertion I Lf M FOR SALE OR nENT - Nice 2-bedroom house at 229 W. Clark. See Dennb Marek or call 817-527-4380. 7-15 pd. Alr-condltloning problems? Refrigerator problems? Call Eddie's Alr-Condltlonlng & Refrigeration Repair and Service. 863-4915 or 863-5941 Georgetown Texas. 8-5 eg. 2-family Garage Sale on North Bowie Bartlett; Thurs. & Fri.; 8-5. Rccliner Light fixtures etc. 527-4374. 7-15 Cg. REMODELED home with history. Features a cozy fire- place great closet space and a giant sized utility room. Priced right! Call Jcanctte Inglefield NPC Realty 774- 8484 or 773-7889. tfc. ANGUS Young Angus bul...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 July 1982

Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thurjday July IS 1962 o Check Up On Charities COLLEGE STATION -Check up on charities before you give advises Beverly Rhondos a consumer in- formation specialist If you are unfamiliar with the services of a charity organization or other group asking for contributions don't take their word for their credibility nnd tax- deductible status the specialist says. Ask to sec a financial statement showing how the money is spent. Check with your local Better Business Bureau (BBB) to determine if local standards for giving are met or write to national reporting agencies for more Information she suggests. Miss Rhoades is on the home economics staff of the Texas Agricultural Ex- tension Service The Texas A&M University System HOW TO CHECK ciircmiiiMTY Two reporting agencies to whom you can write for in- formation on credibility are: 1 Council of Better Business Bureaus 1515 Wilson Blvd. Arlington Virginia 22209 Ask for the folder "Give But Give Wisely." Enclose a che...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 July 1982

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmim . TRIBUNE PROGRESS Sewing Bartlett & Holland ISnrtlett Texas 7051 1 Thursday July 22 182 VOLUME 90 NUMBER SO 817-527-1 121 FIFTEEN CENTS Holland Council Ponders Rates The Holland City Council discussed increasing com mercial sewer rates but tabled any action for 30 days at their regular meeting Tuesday July 13 at the city hall. Mayor Larry Spinn presided at the meeting. The Council also discussed and tabled meter reading charges for 60 days. Some council members feel the city should charge when custo- mers request a re-reading of meters but there being no consensus action on the mat- ter was postponed. Also delayed was a renew- al of Die telephone franchise for Holland. Council mem- bers asked that n representa- tive of the phone company be present at the next regular meeting of the council to discuss the franchise The franchise is now held by Central Telephone Company of Killccn. Council members discuss- ed the new commercial ga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 July 1982

J Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday July 22 1982 The Holland Senior Citi- zens met for their regular meeting on Thursday July 15th with 60 plates served. Five tables of 42 and domlnos weve in progress while others enjoyed visiting. TPI&L1HINKS irSTIMEYOUGOT EVEN WITH YOUR ELECTRIC BILL It used to be your electric bill went up in the heat of the summer. And then next to nothing in spring and tall. Just trying to keep up with it was a fulltime job. But it doesn't have to be thanks to a plan from TP&L INTRODUCING THE EQUAL PAYMENT PLAN. With our Equal Payment Plan we can average vour monthlv electric charges. That means you'll pay the same for service all UM fit MAI rt MAT JW W With TPiL Caual Patwent Plan vour rather than fluctuating up and dmvn H The usual paymenltrena -r -v . x- A It's a fact that energy costs aren't getting cheaper. And the cost of electricity is at its highest in the sum- mer. So now is the best possible time to enroll in the Equal Payment Plan to keep your...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 July 1982

k I Tribune-Progress. Thursday. July 22 1982 Page 3 BtflHkHir i s-S wgaHLjD BoHlp Hrk BWS 9Hew tlf R 4jHEHjflKHHHVHflHB3Ki'L Holland Lions Win In District Play FOOD MAIIT TEAM Coached by Stanley Koonsen and Donnle Tabor closed at the season last week Playing on the team were left to right Michael Koonsen Terry Ashcraft John Elliot Wayne Arnold Johnny Johnson. Holland Little League right to left coach Stanley Koon3cn Patrick Lopez Lupe Rodriguez Don Tabor Tony Rodriguez Stacy Ashcraft and coach Dcnnie Tabor The Holland Lions the Balcones Fault Freshman Tec-Ball Division Champions made an outstanding show in first round district tourna- ment play in Temple Mon- day July 19. The Holland Lions met the Cameron Wildcats in the tournament opener at 6 p.m. and soundly defeated Cam- eron 22-7 Scoring for Holland were Priscilla Lopez 4; Tanisha Shulcr 1 Angle Rose 2 1 homerun DEBORAH Morris 3 Christy Scverson 2: Rhonda Steglich l Cynthia Elliott 3 Mclinda Miller 3 1 homerun; and Vicki Butler ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 July 1982

VI Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday July 22 1982 CAPITOL UPDATE TRIE UNEPROGBESS fowV-"" USPS 04400 Bartlett Tribune founded In 1884. Holland Progrest founded In 1892. U.S. SENATOR for TEXAS sfrnv All opinion and viewpoint In the Tribune Progrei do not neceuarlly represent the editorial opinion! of thlt newtpaper Published weekly In Bartlett Texas JaJtl by Taylor tJewpaper Inc. Taylor TenflJ. Second clats pottage paid at Bartlett. Texas 7iSl I. STAFFMEMOERS Ronnie Persky Mrs Dorothy Jean Bartlett Mrs Imogens Morris CORRESPONDENTS- Mrs Betty Mill Mrs Mae Mardln Subscription Rates U CO per year In Bell. Milam and Williamson Counties! S3 per year elsewhere Any erroneous reflection upon trie character or reputation ol any person firm or corporation which may appear In the columns o( the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention ol the editor Postmaster- II undellverable send Form 357? to Tribune Progress Bartlett Texas 74)1 1 The Circleville Philosphe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 July 1982

A i Tribune-Progress Thursday July 22 1902 Page 5 Bartlett Strangers Win Trophy House Tourney M&Z j:" ffifiSSfiBBWW 'ill?' . I PIS "5 ; ? 1 mil u IB TROPHIES These were but a sample of the many trophies given away during the first annual Softball tournament sponsored by the Trophy House in Bartlett. The tourney was held Saturday and Sunday at the Bartlett sof tball field. Going undefeated in five games the Bartlett Stran- gers picked up their second softball championship trophy in two weeks by winning first place in the trophy house thournament in Bartlett this past weekend. The Strangers defeated past time 8-0 in the opening game then in order beat the Hustlers 13-8 the Rogers Cardinals 6-4 the Florence Pirates 10-5 and finally In the championship game defeat- ed Davilla 15-13. Leading hitters for the Strangers included Charlc3 Smith L. C. Crathers Silves- ter Luna and Gene Vanek. Smith averaged .800 and had 10 RBI's. Crathers hit .790 and had 5 RBI's. The Championship game was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 July 1982

v t Vi i K Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday July 22 1982 - i wsmv tlmmWmmmm RHHHnmMHHBIB iHBHB HHBBHHnmHim HMHHIV B IHHtHMLHiiHH The neighborhood store with unbeatable low prices!! Sprite Tab or Coke 6-Pack Quarts plus dep. I THt tntAO smcAQ I Miracle 1 I Whip Kraft's Famous Salad Dressing Miracle Whip Quart Jar C Limit one with $10.00 purchase or more excluding beer wine and tobaccos Kxlm ll LLuH '"V Ranch Style Beans All Grinds Folger's Coffee Premium Light or Reg. Schlifz Beer 300 Cans 1-Lb. Can 6-Pack 12-Oz. Cans BIG SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT Single G 30 Wt. Gulfpride Motor Oil 1-Quart Dry Chunks Trail blazer Dog Food 25-Lb. Bag Texsun Orange Juice 46-Oz. Can American Style Kraft Cheese Singles 12-Oz. Pkg. Gcbhardt Retried Beans 300 Cans 3 1 Family Size Lipton Tea Bags 24-Ct. Oox HOME NEEDS Heavy Duty 129 Rinso DetergentKing size 76-oz. box. With Lanolin j c Edge Protective Shave7-oz. can I 79c -j 49 Multipurpose MUHI-KUrpOSO J my Vaseline Petroleum Jellyw-ot I Enriched All Pu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 July 1982

A' -TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday July 22 1982 Page 7 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progrtu will not be reponlble for more than one In correct Iniertlon HB M9 H I I 1 H 11 Ti V' ' ' " i I S iHC- ' tw ''VHHHIlJHIDflBHHMHflHjHjjHHHHHNfllH:''7-'' TTt-.-MMHiHmi BIG BIG SALE CON TINUES Furniture Lamps Mirrors Frames extra nice clothing Shoes Baby Things Toys Glass & Miscellaneous. 3 miles East SPJST on FM 2268. 7-22 eg. Air-conditioning problems? Refrigerator problems? Call Eddie's Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Repair and Service. 063-4915 or 863-5941 Georgetown Texas. 8-5 eg. HIGH COST of new furniture can be eliminated by re- upholstering. Style and decorate with your personal touch. Fabrics now at 30 percent off. Creative In- teriors 512863-9551. tfc. REMODELED home with history. Features a cozy fire- place great closet spac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 July 1982

A PnppM Tribune Progress Thur.sdn .lul 22 WW2 Stroud's Host Team Party Bartlett Adds Water Main Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmv Melody and Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hill and Tracy Mr. and Mrs. Wcldon Kurtz and Karmen Mrs. Clifford Valchar and Melissa Mrs. Wayne Taisler. Melissa and Alan Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tyler Mr.and Mrs. Bill Unbcrhagen Chase and Clay. mrs. W. H. Stroud. Mrs. Joe Stroud Dana Stroud. Mr and Mrs Larry Spinn Frankic Pajestka Jr and the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Stroud and Shannon A water main extension on West Jackson Street In Bart- lett has been completed offering increased water pressure to residents in that area. City Utility Superintendent Mike Williams said the new water line was put in prima- rily for fire protection but an added benefit will be the boost in water pressure to those in the area. The new line is 1850 feet long stretching from South Kclley westward to South Crawford. The six inch water main serves two fire hydrants and cost approximately $7000 Most of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 July 1982

vrv-w rrr va i vvv '. . 'vv. -... .- TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bnrtlett Texas 70511 Thursday July 2!) mi VOLUME flfl NUMBER 51 817-527-1 121 FIFTEEN CENTS Oil Well Drilled On Morris Farm Bartlett School District Voters Face Bond Issue . 5- i. VfV-Vr'.'VTiS. VVi'(VV'. (.V'''.'i "': "' v. .' m By Ronnie Pcrsky Rny Morris has somctliing everyone dreams of but only a few actually possess-an oil well in his backyard. Morris Oil Field Number One located In the Vilas community about five miles cast of Holland. Is not actual- ly producing oil yet but the first well has been drilled and awaits a pump which has been ordered. Using a technique applied in Russia for some IS years but only recently in this country Frank Beard presi- dent of Beard Energy Corp- oration of Houston apparent- ly has located oil on Morris's place and intends to get It out of the ground. The new method called the Cherokee Radiation Sur- vey by Beard's company measures gamma rays to detect oil an...

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

t Pago 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday July 29 1982 Baptists Host Revival Bro. Herman Cramer will be leading in revival services beginning Sunday August 1 at the First Baptist Church in Holland. He was born and raised in the lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas. After high school he began farming and be came a professional rodeo cowboy. By the age of 27 he was farming over 3000 acres and was called by Progress- ive Farmer Magazine the most successful Young Farmer in Texas. Ho was successful by the world's standards but lost by God's. When Bro Cramer was In Holland this past March so many lives were touched it was decided that he should return to be with the church again. Everyone is invited to come and hear what God has done in his life. Services will be at regular times on Sun- day. Monday through Thurs- day night services will begin at 7:30 p.m. Temple Junior Opens For Night Registration The Admissions and Re- cords Office at Temple Jun- ior College will be open from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday a...

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

- r V V ' " r t -? 1 t V 9 r7wt'- f V " i Tribune-Progress Thursday July 29 1982 Page 3 Holland Lions Third In District The Holland Lions Tee- Ball team came in third In the district tournament in Temple after suffering two hard defeats last Tuesday and Wednesday July 20 and 21. Tuesday night July 20 saw Holland playing Tern- pie's Ncwton-Ncroc at 7:30 p.m. The Temple team was larger older and played a faster bnllgnme. Holland was also handlca- ped by rule changes they met at the tournament. Temple won the game 47-6. Getting runs for Holland were Rhonda Stcglich 2 Mc- linda Miller 2 Cynthia Elliott 1 and Priscilla Lopez 1. Wednesday July 21 Hoi- land played Helton VFW and lost 23-9. Scoring for Holland were Cynthia Elliott 1 Tanlsha Snulcr 1 Christy Scverson 1 Georgia Hill 1 Priscilla Lo- pez 1 Angle Rose 1 Mellnda Miller 2 and Deborah Morris 1 homerun. Methodists Schedule Bnr-B-Que The Little River Methodist Church will hold a fund raising barbecue nnd bake sale Saturday July 31st ...

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