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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 July 1982

Pago 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday July 29 1982 1982 McNtught Synd TRIB UNE PROGRESS From Congressman Marvin Leath USPS 044800 Darllell Tribune founded In 1886 Holland Progress founded In 1893 j 4 t i ...to. aiflL i wm WmJNmWmm The Circleville Philospher (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his .lohnsotigrass fnrm on the San Gabriel Klvcr tackles the problem of young pages In Washington this week.) Dear editor: You can't believe everything you hear from Washington if you did you'd lose your mind so I don't know what to make over the trouble with Congressmen and Senators and make $8000 a year for the part-time work Some say the fault lies in the fact the pages don't have a government-financed dormitory where they can be better supervised But I say the blame goes further back than that It starts in the home Any parents who'd turn a 14-year-old child loose in the midst of Congressional politicians is just not thinking straight Don't they know that a kid's environment his asso...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 July 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday July 29 1982 Page 5 Practice Ahead For Gridders ) A- h P W &' 1r3! 4 1V' OEMONSTItATION- Bartlctt Cheerleader Melissa Hicks and student Wendy Franks demonstrate chcerleading skills during the Checrlcading School which the Bartlctt High School Cheerleaders sponsored recently at the high school gym. Attend Cheerleading School Bartlctt Cheerleaders Amy Jankc Kristin Knctcn Brcnda Tovar Melissa Hicks and Lisa Castro instructed a checrlcading school last week in the Bartlctt High School gym. Attending the school were Julia Franz Michelle Faulk- ner Lachandra Crathcrs Pricilla Pitts Annie Rodri- qucz Delia Gonzales Kim Lcnz Candy Williams Wen- dy Frank Missy Cargill Amy Giclbundt Mag Cana- va Donna-Morlc Gucrra Teresa Brousard Rebecca TICKLERS "That's the last time I go to n costume party with you!" Keeping This is (he first of u hat I intend to be ;i number of weekly columns from me discussing various topics of importance to Texans Dur- ing the coming weeks....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 July 1982

M f - t f A PagcG. Tribune-Progress Thursday. July 29 1982 Super low prices on famous brands!! iiHMHHawMMmHaiMaHUMim i SfsTTTM jTTTjH PI p Tlour Pillsbury's Best All-Purpose Enriched Flour 5-Lb. Bag V c Limit one with $10.00 purchase or more excluding beer wine and tobaccos Shady Farms Grade 'A' Medium Eggs Doz. Ail Grinds Folger's Coffee 97 Oak Farms Buttermilk or 2 L Low Fat Milk CIP 1-Lb. Can WOBSS vl m Jerseyland Quality Flavors! Ice Cream Campbell's Pork & Beans Round 12 Gal. 15-Oz Cans Parade Pinto Beans 5-Lb. Bag Kozy Kitten Chicken or Fish Cat Food 15-Oz. Cans HOME NEEDS Fluoride Protection riuonae rroiccuon m nn Crest Toothpaste M-oMubol Bronze Can Bronze oan fl 1Q Right Guard Deodorants! Dishwashing Liquid . nn Lux Detergent Giant32.oz.Bu. I A&W Root Beer .Hfet fl. Reg or Sugar-Free fliH Dr. Pepper MM 2-Lltcr Plastic Btl. B HC Folger's Instant Coffee Crystals 10-Oz. Jar Cut Green Beans o Gobhnrdl . Red Hot Sauce 4 6-oz. bus 1 Gobhardt . Crisp Taco Shellsi2.ct.Pkg.5...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 July 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday July 29 1982 Page 7 Mexican Phone Rates Increased 1 IJk&W-:naBbJ$UBKBk Ht WSMBKBISytPXKmLwLAiitl ! ;t-&3K NEW HOOK-UP are in the process of hooking Holland Into the Central Texas Water Supply Corp. The new water supply is expected sometime in November. Czech Night Set The 14th annual Austin Aqua Festival Czech Fcst will be held on Friday August C 1982 from 6 : 30 p.m. to l a.m. at the Auditorium Shores on Town Lake (River- side Dr. and S. 1st St.). Come loin in on two stages for Czech singing dancing and four polka band3. East Stage: - H.O.T. Czechs 6:30 - 9 p.m. and 10 11:30 p.m. Drabck's Polka Band - 8 -9:45 p.m. and 11:30 - 1 a.m. Czech Folk Dancers of West - 9:45 10 p.m. WestStagc: Louis Havelka of Rosenberg - 0:30 - 8:15 p.m. Czech Folk Dancers of West -8:15 -8:30 p.m. Vrazel's Polka Band 8:30 - 10:30 p.m. and 11 - 1 a.m. Czech Relations Singers 10:30 11 p.m. Local Czech families will prepare homccooked Czech Dinners which will include sausage ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 July 1982

Page 8. Tribune Progress. Thursday. July 29. 1982 m "fans Church Calendar jv:jt rii WW e& Mi ! c ijS.IIWWi ffl i;1 -mJW S. ' """""'HN.H.mii i iiililinlnmii F 'tan M. W If we confess our sins he Is faithful and Just and will forgive our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteous ness. 1 John 1:9 (nsv) ORDS have power. And the power Is not always proportionate to the number of words. For example consider the statement "I was wrong." Nothing breaks down a dividing wall of hostility quicker than a confession of wrongdoing. These three little words remove the grounds for argument tear down the defenses and break up the game of blaming and counterblamlng. Yet even though there is a great healing power In the words was wrong they are among the most difficult words to say. Because of pride we would rather do almost anything than to admit being wrong. Even when we know that we were wrong we go on defending rationalizing and Justifying An admission of wrong is only the beginning of restored...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 July 1982

i I TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday July 22 1982 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune ProgreM will no! be reponlbte (or more Irian one In- correct mierilon mHFo i l'i A .1111 bI bh A Vvi n V"' B I I I MH kt a it 1H 1 I H H H s V' w . w8 Htwu Itrjrf pf p H U OARAGE RAI.P. . ITrlrfnu a ' f till. Clothes pot plants odds & ends. 609 E. Clark Bart- Ictt Claudia Daugherty. 7-29 eg. I Air-cunaiuunmg proDicmsi Refrigerator problems? Call Eddie's Air-Condltloning & Refrigeration Repair and Service. 863-4915 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 wllh history. Features a cozy fire- place great closet space and a giant sized utility room. Priced right! C...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 29 July 1982

i Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday July 29 1982 Obituaries Odell Wooley Lizzie M. Pittman Odcll Wooley 73 of Moody and formerly of Holland died Sunday in a Temple hospital after a length illness. Services were held at 10 a m. Tuesday in the First Baptist Church of Holland with the Rev. Don Black and the Rev. Jay Thomas officia- ting. Burial was in the Hoi land City Cemetery. Mr. Wooley was born In Bell County and lived most of his life in Holland. He was a Baptist. Survivors arc his widow Sadie Wooley of Moody; two sons Vernon Wooley of Fort Worth and Larry Wooley of Austin ; five daughters Lois Rigsby of Hubbard Johnnie Back of Hampton Va. Mary Ann Ferguson of Holland and Jcancttc Pittman and Tina Wooley both of Moody; 16 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were Mark Wooley Ronnie Wooley Dav- id Pittman Bobby Ferguson Rickey drummond Randy Zbranck. Goodnight Funeral Home of Bartlctt was in charge. Homer Blanton Homer Blanton 73 of Cucro died in a Cucro hospi- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 August 1982

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Hnrtlcit Tcxns 70511 Thursday August 5 1982 VOLUME 9G NUMBER 52 817-527-1121 FIFTEEN CENTS Entries Needed By August 12 For Tiny ) Tot Revue Entries arc being sought for the Tiny Tot Revue to be held Friday August 27 in conjunction with the Bartlett Homecoming. Entry deadline is August 12. Youngsters should not yet be 5 years of nge ns of Sep- tember 1. Applications should be mailed to the Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 5G4 Bartlett Texas 76511 Any child from the Bar- tlett Davilla or Schwertner arfeas is eligible to enter. The contest will be held at 7 30 p.m. just prior to the Queen Contest and the Womanlcss Wedding. All three events iwll be held at the Bartlett American Legion Hall. An application appears elsewhere in this issue. NOTICE All Holland news must be turned in to Betty Hill by 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday morning. Holland Senior Citizens Meet Fifty-five members and four visitors were present at the senior citizens me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 August 1982

WPfnmiVllflilllimMllllll 4. ' ' $''' V ?"l. ""tf ?T '" f "V '.J "'ftp 'pi r - 1 -' " V!"- WW" Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 5 1902 fifiHUtfi All My Children: Situa- tions became moro heated between Carrie and Chuck. Nina admitted sho needed help in the computer tech- nology. Palmer suggested Stcpnan as tho best ex- pert in tho field. Benny was panicked by the re- sults of his gambling. Palmer's troubles with Donna mounted. Coming: Daisy proves to bo a sur- prising ally for Palmer. Another Lite: Russ apolo- gized to Lorio who wasn't convinced he meant it. Nancy said she couldn't move her legs; the doctors agreed she might be paralyzed. Miriam found a now place to live. Com- ing: Carla learns that all that glitters may well bo just plain "guilt." Another World: Harry Shea was killed trying to rescuo Stove and Racnel. Rachel and Stove admit- ted they wcro still in love. Larry Ewlng told Alma sho could find a job baby- sitting for Cccile but could livo in his homo un- til sho ...

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

Tribune-Progress Thursday Augusts 1982 Page 3 Taylor Masters Track Meet Slated $ A'L. ?fi'''SSE.g5kr' .. SESSSSBSTO&SV war . jWMIyuui'v. --TMr IvnwrVM1-( TAYLOR Tx. - The Taylor Scrtoma Masters Track & Field Meet. It's the new boy on the block and it's coining to Taylor's Memorial Field Saturday August 21st as part of the festivities surrounding the 5th Annual Taylor International Bar- becue Cook-off and the 23rd Annual Taylor Uodeo. Scrtoma Club President David Cridcr hopes to sec a good number of local and area entries in the split- session meet and he is en- couraging everyone in- terested that the age-group fun run promises to be just that a fun run. "We have established five divisions" says Crider and the 11 event schedule is divided into six 9 a.m. events and five 7 p.m. choices. Medals will be given the 1st 2nd and 3rd place finishes in each of the age groups and a special award will be given to the top point producers in each of the age brackets. The age brackets bre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 August 1982

I 4 Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 5 1982 GAPITOL UPDATE TRIB UNE PROGRESS USPS 04400 Bartlett Tribune founded In 1884 Holland Progrest lounded In tn U.S. SENATOR for TEXAS i 12 husskll ornci: ijuiumino SirliM-. lou3 The Circleville Philospher (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Johnsongrnss farm on the San Gnbrlcl Ilivcr forgets Congress and discusses human nature this week.) Dear editor: Right now there's more oil and gasoline available (ban's needed and it's partly due to the OPEC leaders' ignorance of human nature For a while those 13 countries hnd a good thing going Discovering they had something the world had to have they all got together and doubled and then tripled the price of oil. and the world paid through the nose "All we have to do is stick together" the OPEC leaders said "and we've got the world by the tail with n downhill pull " (That's a ranching phrase and originally referred to pulling a stubborn calf by the tail but I suppose it'd apply j...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 August 1982

-v rvr ' 4 v I i C- i ir n ii iiiMMMBF- STHANGHUS DO IT AGAIN The Strangers won 1st place honors in a tournament this past weekend by going undefeated Pictured above left to right include Silvester Luna. Gene Vanek all-tourney Jerry Belcher (Stranger's scorekeepen and Ramlro Cortez Not pictured were Paul Luna M V P ) L. C Crathers Len Crathcrs. Jesse Nnva Robert Williams Hilly Carter and John Luna. aaa Tho N.F.L. is contemplating expansion by the 1985 season. Top cities possibly in the running are San Antonio. Jacksonville Honolulu Birmingham Portland and Phoenix. meoti row k Hi City Phone 4637 My sincere thanks goes out to my children relatives friends the doctors and nurses at Santa Fe Hospital for the care and attention given to me during my stay there. Thanks to all who sent the beautiful flowers and plants cards gifts and visits. i i .' S Education Our In my travels over Texas it has become clear that Texans rate crime the economy and the education of their chil- dren among the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 August 1982

I A Page 6 Tribune-Progress. Thursday. August 5 19112 himb TfcidMW TiM B B WMJ BMT WiWkMM BMBJ GIANT BEEF SALE THE MEAT PEOPLE GIVE YOU MORE v BK" i ii l I kH 7 Tfi . imi. V. X USDA Choice Heavy Beef T-Bone Steak USDA Choice Beef Rump Roast Lb. USDA Choice Boneless Beef J07 Pike's Peak Roast u187 USDA Choice Boneless Beel Lb. Skinless Skirt Steak Beef Fajitas UifSS Lb. Skinless and Develncd n Sliced Beef LiverLb79C Frozen For Menudo uau vnoice uoncicss ooei r-r t-rozon i-or Mcnuao rr Top Round Steak u.197 White Beef Tripe Lb39C ySS5H3 KitR uBfc) iSwift Butterball 10 lbs. & up Turkey Colonial Thin White Sandwich-Style Sliced Bread All Grinds Lb BBc $ 1V2-Lb. Loaves "LI - .Stokely Cut Green Beans(303) or i . IFolger's Coffee gNiblets Corn f1 $ 1-Lb. Can . 12-Oz Vac. Cans MORE MEAT SPECIALS Sunday House Smoked Fryers 1 19 2-3 Lb. Avg. Lb Roegeleln Signature Quality Bologna Salami. Luncheon Summer Sgc. q Sliced Lunch Meatsi-Lb.pkg I Roegeleln Signature Quality -4 10 MeatorBeef Frank...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 August 1982

4 Temple Tag Schedules Anniversary Celebration Temple Tag one of the largest manufacturers of Livestock Identification car lags in the US located at Little River-Academy near the school is holding open house on August 14 from TOO to 4:30 p.m to celebrate their 25th Anniversary A tour of the plant with guides to explain the operations is open to the public. A Livestock Exhibit fur- nished by the Little River- Academy FFA will be set up on the back parking lot showing the actual usage of the car tags Temple Tag was founded by J. B. Kennard in 1957 merged in 1978 with Zoccon Industries of Dallas a subsidiary of Occidental Petroleum and has flourished at the same Bnrtlctl Personals Mr. and Mrs Harrison Douglas visited in Lockhart with her mother Mrs Claude Baker and attended a sur- prise birthday party given in her mother's honor They also visited Dr and Mrs Claude Baker Jr in Lockhart Mrs. Neddy Bartlctt III and Brandi arc visiting in Lubbock this week with friends. Mrs. Gary (Sherry) ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 August 1982

1 Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 5 1982 Davilla News Dy Mrs. Mac Hardin Mrs. Gcraldine Burlingamc of New Hartford New York visited her mother Mrs. Mac Hardin this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Parks and son of Houston were visitors of the J. L. Parks family. Mrs. Fannie Hargrove is visiting in Grocsbeck this week with Mr. and Mrs. Grovcr Hargrove. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Chrisncr and Glen of Abilene visited Mr. and Mrs. Ambris Brumbclow Wednesday. LJ& EftI LH llLlkliilkit Hl.l INSIDE TV BY CHRIS COLBY Mr and Mrs. Ben Hodges Keith Hunter and Larry Wiley visited in San Antonio Friday. Mrs. Via Wayne Tatum and Lisa of Houston visited Mrs. Helen Brumbclow this week. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hodges and Larry Wiley were Kim Hunter of San Antonio Dan Wiley of Temple and Otha Melton of Taylor. Little Tammy Dodd and Herman Moslcy Jr. have been on the sick list this week. Tommy Issad of Houston is spending his vacation on the Jerry Adams Ranch in Davilla. CLOSEUP - Meg Foster wa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 August 1982

1 " ' " ' II" I-- -Ill .. .! I I III! - ! !! ! Ill I II ml fWt I I ' ' UBUf I jAtll rft-TiB E E III I IIIIKtii.f ma rfhl - bH I I wMUMw' v '" m aW I a I a I I ni F""' " V ' mm I i F'm-9 1 .mmM 1 U vh 1 s '1 I V"irL.'A -:. I 8 "W M-... j&llHI 1 i v 1 i I I mmw "v?"i"? " I L B aa d im h 'H III H bH v mmWT' " a m I H """nl" iftvm M V A. Am H I JPl'r 7ITTTW'trri- A -TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 5 1982 Page 9 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classllled Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune ProgreM will not be responsible lor more Itian one In correct Insertion FOR RENT BARTLETT corner Pictzsch and Emma. Two bedroom unfurnished apartment. Call 527-4439 or Mr. Townsend 512-633-0534. tfc. CARPET IS A BIG IN- VESTMENT. Try Creative Interiors for dollar savings on carpet and are rugs. Floyd Chambers Creative In- teriors 512803-9551. tfc. Several 2 3-bcdroom framei homes. Financing a...

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

1 Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 5 19B2 o u ... 50 Says the VA. . rrSroAMS JaAmBW V HEY. HERE'S THE OFFICE THAT HELPS VETERANS GET THEIR GI BENEFITS AN TO r s r 1 fa-v Contact nearest VA office (check your phone book) or a local veterans group. NEW SERVICE AVAILABLE 111 Bartlett & Holland Area At Home Pick Up & Delivery by Temple Laundry & Cleaners Other prices available In request. Also have swipes aprons mats and grill towels. ONE DAY SERVICE AVAILABLE. Talk to the man in the blue van or call 773-2151 or 2152 In Bartlett 527-4411 ask for Rena. "The tender-loving care people." r 7 FARMS MEDIUM EGGS GRADE "A" KRAFT QUART LYNDEN FARMS 20 OZ. MORTONS ASST. CREAM PIES KRAFT 12 OZ. CHEESE RED & WHITE 26 OZ. REG. OR IODINIZED ON THE COB CORN MOON MULLINS . by Ferd Johnson BILL I WISH r THERE WAS OFPICE HELP YOUM00 NUJLUNS I i. AT W Y 1 SZc roHH? ? Kfiir Ladies & Men's Jeans S6S 2 or More Men's 3 Pc. Suit Ladies Dresses Blankets Drapes 36" Each to 4 $421 $415...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 August 1982

t - TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlett Texas 70511 Thursday August 12 1!)82 VOLUME 97 NUMBER 1 817-527-1 12 1 FIFTEEN CENTS Bartlett MournsPassing Of Police Chief White Funeral services for Bartlett Police Chief Horace L White. 62. of Bartlett were held at 4 p m Saturday at the Goodnight Funeral Chapel with the Hevs. Bill Smith and John Hooser officiating. Burial was in the Bartlett City Cemetery. Mr White died early Thursday morning ap- parently of a heart attack while patrolling in his police car Mr White had been police chief in Bartlett for the past nine years Bell County Sheriff Lester Gunn said White "Was a fine fellow " It was a great loss to the county He was doing n fine job down there. 'He was very cooperative Tiny Tot Monday August 1G is the new deadline to sign up for the Tiny Tot Itevue which is to be held August 27 in con- junction with the Bartlett Homecoming The deadline has been extended It originally was set for August 12 Youngsters should n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 August 1982

1 4 Page 2 Tribune-Progress. Thursday August 12 1982 4Hers Attend State Camp Wcndie Gotcher daughter of Mr and Mrs. Charley Mack Gotcher and Veronica Perez daughter of Mr. and Mrs Vencent Lopez at- tended the State 4-H co-ed Camp at the Texas 4-H center in Brownwood Texas August 4th through the 7th. The girls shared an air conditioned dorm with eight other girls and two dorm mothers from Marble Falls Eldorado. Itosharm. Dim- mutt. Anglcton and Alvln Texas The days were filled with various activities in- cluding sailing canoeing archery swimming rifle range arts and crafts and free time The days started and ended with a flag ceremony which all had to attend. The meals were served cafeteria style and the food was delicious according to the girls The dorms were divided into planets and Wcndie's and Veronica's was Mars One evening the Galaxy Olympics was held and each 4-H'cr had to come dressed according to his or her planet and compete against the other planets in different games. Mars...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 August 1982

I Tribune-Progress Thursday August 12 1982 Page 3 Holland Elementary School Supply List ANTIQUE CLOCK Rusty Dcpew examines his antique racing clock. The clock is used during pigeon races to accurately measure the time a team of birds cover a given distance with each bird being clocked separately. ffjfnmreWM3KfliiiimB fflraBBBIgaMiarwi . - Kindergarten 2 large pencils Elmers school glue Largo crayons School box or cigar box Kleenex First Grade Two No 2 pencils Eraser Pointed Scissors School glue Crayons 2coloredfolderswlth brads and pockets School box or cigar box Kleenex Second Grade Crayons Dig Chief Tablet Pointed scissors Two No. 2 pencils School glue Eraser Shorthand or stenographer's notebook School box or cigar box Kleenex Third Grade Loose leaf notebook Notebook paper (no narrow lines) Subioct dividers Two No 2 pencils Crayons Pointed scissors Red ball point pen Eraser Ruler (Inches & Cen timoters) SToKeRtheBIWR School box or cigar box School glue Kleenex Water color mark...

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