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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 August 1982

Page 2 Tribune-Progress. Thursday August 26 1982 Frits -Taylor Miss Diane Mario Frits became the bride of Ervin Daniel Taylor Jr. at 6:30 p.m. Saturday August 21 in the First Baptist Church In Rogers. The Ilev. Jerry Raines of Temple performed the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Wesley D. Frits of Bartlett. The groom is the son of Mrs. Ervin Taylor of Rogers and the grandson of Maryetta James of Holland. The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father. Vows were pledged before an altar decorated with arched candelabras entwined with gladlolas babys breath and greenery. Lighted candles gave a mellow softness to the decor. The bride's dress featured a high sheer neckline edged with a ruffle of chantilly lace accented with sequins and seeded pearls on a bodice of chiffon. The bishop sleeves of sheer clilffon were cuffed with matching lace and seed- ed pearls. A ruffled skirt of chantilly lace gracefully formed a chapel length train of matching lace. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 August 1982

Tribune-Progress. Thursday. August 26 1982 Page 3 rv-.ffyi.ievfo m':miimmmmmi insi.5r ?. .. : 'Vggsggf If ' f H ik I ft iff!.. -afflfc '.HSR I XPl a 0 www CHKEHLEADKIl SCIIOOl Holland High School Cheerleaders recently sponsored a chcerlcading school Pictured are the Holland High School cheerleaders and girls who participated in the classes Free Meal Guidelines Announced The Holland School serves nutritious meals every school day Elementary students K-G may buy lunch for 75 cents and breakfast for 50 cents. High school students (7-12) may buy lunch for 85 cents and breakfast for 00 cents. Milk will be sold in lots of 5 for R5 cents (17 cents each i Children from families whose income is at or below the level shown on the at- tached scale are eligible for either free meals or reduced- priced meals at 40 cents for lunch and 30 cents for breakfast. An application will be sent home with all children on the first day of school To apply for free or reduced-price meals please fill out this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 August 1982

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 26 1982 P IftGvW2- CAPITOL UPDATE 0 U.S. SENATOR for TEXAS A L fly . rYvM TRIB UNEPROGBESS C 1982 MtNaught Syncl USPS 044800 Dflrtlelt Tribune founded In 18(4 Holland Progresi founded In 1897 All opinion and vlewpolnU In the Tribune Progrei do not neeeiiarlly rcpreenf the editorial opinion of this newipaper Publlihed weekly In Oartlett Tea 74JII by Taylor Newipaper Int . Taylor Texat Second clas pottage paid at Bartlett. Teat 7451 1 STAFF MEMBERS Ronnie Perky Mr Dorothy Jean Oaf llelt Mr imogeneMorri CORRESPONDENTS Mr OettyHIII Mr Mae Hardin S jbwrlption Rale U 00 per year In Dell Milam and Wllllamlon Counllc; 8 per yeareljevvhere Any rrroneou relleclion upon the character or reputation of any perien firm or corporation which may appear In thccolumntol the Tribune ProgreiJwIII gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention ol the editor Poitmaiter Ta;imt If undeliverable end Form 3579 to Tribune Prfgte Dartlctt The Circleville Philosp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 August 1982

Bulldogs Tribune-Progress Sports Thursday. August 26 10(12 Page 5 i 'i .tnia. tuiiaiR - i-jfi - - - in aa ia.iiii-ri .. -i viiAia nt-BkL itakf i matm ri i. ggffi Bulldogs Look Aggressive In Salado Scrimmage HUl.l.imr. (JUAItTKIUJACKS- Pictured left to right nro the Hulldogs who will be calling signals for Hartlott this year Robert Williams Greg Turner and Doug Binder Coach Sam Aldrich was pleased with the effort of his Bartlctt Bulldogs in their first scrimmage of the season last Friday against Salado. The scrimmage was held in Bartlett. "It was a real good aggressive effort on their part" Aldrich said of his Bulldog squad. Bartlett Cheerleaders Attend Clinic The Bartlett Varsity cheer- leaders attended the Inter national Checrleading Foundation Clinic in Austin Texas. Varsity cheerleaders include Amy Janke head cheerleader and a sophomore Melissa Hicks junior; Eliza bcth Castro sophomore; Kristin Knetcn junior; and Brcnda Tovar junior. The clinic expanded over three days where chee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 August 1982

'f it i(t(i.imi . i - i i t I Pnfiofl Tribune Progress Thursday. August 20. 1W12 Dollar-saving low prices all week long! unnyland Spread Colonial Thin White Sandwich-Style Sliced Bread Texas Sweet Pecos Cantaloupe GrtcnGlan V 31 GrecnGiflrt " it 4T P- 25 lower ?5i In tat than !S margarlncl s rv uoiaenuorn WVtlM..nil Goldon Corn T "m!L v ."flHPfC uorQPEatn . r LJiT" wr'. sH w ii "4. ' ffi $ 1-Lb. Qtrs. 1Va-Lb. Loaves $ For x wF y r T- I.I I -! i iuumucju daies Nice'n Soft Colors Bath Tissue 4-Roll Pack (Limit 2 please) K1li . - - vera racial i issue 150-Count Box BL Liquid Bleach for Laundry Clorox Bleach HOME NEEDS Heavy Duty Rinso Detergent King Size 76-Oz. Box For All Fabrics Downy Softener Big 64-0. Bottle Fyne-Wrap q Aluminum Foil 12x25 roii4oC With Breath Fresheners - y Close-Up Toothpaste4.6-oz. I Chowable Tablets - in Children's Tylenol 30c 1 4a BACK-TO-SCHOOL SALE Assorted Colors ft n Pocket Folders OForomyOoC Pack Contains 2 FREE STICK PENS! - Bic Roller Ball Pen g 89C 'Str...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 August 1982

I" A p i i A Wheels Turn For Children's Lives Wheels are turning to help 'save children's lives.. .St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Is proud to announce that Bryon and Jill Thaler have been named to lead the 1982 Fall BIKE-A-THON In Bartlett. Clifford Damstrom St. Jude Director of the South west Region stated that "We are extremely proud to find such dedicated people for this "st. jude children's Re search Hospital is the largest childhood cancer research center In the United Stales and it is the first research center dedicated exclusively to the research and conquest of catastrophic diseases of children such as cancer and other life-destroying di- seases of children such as cancer and other life-destroying diseases" Damstrom stated. "When St. Jude ac- cepted Its first patient in 1962 the survival rate for children diagnosed with acute lymph- ocytic leukemia was less than 5 percent. Today the disease free survival figure for children has grown to over 50 percent. CANCER Treatme...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 August 1982

.;;;; ;; ;; ;v;vvv i v Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 2G 1982 We've got over 50 years experience. But we're new in the neighborhood. It's not very often that a business can boast about 50 years of ex- perience during its grand opening. But when your new NAPA store opens its doors today it will be backed by NAPA's 53-year reputation for quality. So come on in and check out our super selection of top quality auto parts and accessories. We're new in the neighborhood. But our parts have been around for a long time. S DOYLE'S AUTO SUPPLY ygjjj 'Jm v.tvM SH l E" 1 mm wm&? QUALITY PARTS j SPARK PLUGS Regular O" 99 ITTI cHAMp'lON Resistor Autolite also available atsamc price. These sturdy reliable plugs can provide you with extra miles-per-gallon. Available for all cars. Limit 16 per customer. NAPA SIX PACK $"799 7 NAPA FILTERS Six pack includes five quarts of motor oil one NAPA oil filter. The ideal maintenance kit for any car or light truck only. 161077A 50c 0 Off List NAPA h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 August 1982

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i Tribune-Progress Thursday August 20 1982. Page 9 Holland Fire SCHOOLS (Continued from page I ) Immunizations All students in the Texas Public Schools arc required to have current and complete immunization records. Immunizations required are a scries of three doses of DPT and polio with a booster after the fourth birthday required. This is to be followed with another booster ten years later. Also required are measles mumps and rubella Immunizations. Beginning Sept. l all students nine years of age or less on that date will be required lo have received mumps vaccine or provide a physician-validated history of mumps illness. Diana Morris school nurse will review all health records during the first two weeks of school. Parents of Holland students will be advised by the principals if their child's record needs to be updated. Registration Elementary and high school students entering the Holland Public Schools for the first time will register on the first day of schoo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 August 1982

!- t w pyt4 IE i 11 I "P9mPPwmiMi WWWWWWfPWPfffffPffPWifffPPPf T -. t 'TflTTirTT ITTr T '?-' T . Page 10. Tribune-Progress Thursday. August 26. 19112 0"! Church Calendar KWL nJfl'1 mufti will wtfuitaW" lr X mMm KtMu .iUvfrn ii Ol God loved the world so much that he gave his only Son that everyone who has faith In him may not die but have eternal life. John 3:16 (neb) A shipwrecked sailor clung desperately to a life raft. Hearing the hum of a passing aircraft he summoned his last ounce of energy to draw attention to his plight Fortunately he was seen and soon a rescue helicopter was hovering overhead. He gladly surrendered himself to the care of the rescuer who attached a harness and supported him as he was lifted to safety. When the pilot of that helicopter received the SOS he did not inquire whether the man deserved to be saved. Someone was in distress and he and the crew set out Immediately on their errand of mercy. If we call on God to rescue us from the waves of selfishness and ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 August 1982

i -TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 26 1982 Page 1 1 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The TriBun PtGQttil will ftel b f ejponjlble for more lhao one In correct Inier lion FOR SALE: Two 300-Gallon Overhead Tanks with stands; Also Dog House all 527-3637. 9-2-82-pd. WILL DO Babysitting in my home for nil age children. Call 527-3700 day or night for more information. B-26-B2-chg. Shade Tree Welding: Across the tracks from Best Butane in Holland. Por- table Service & Shop Repairs. 057-2345 or contact JoeFlcbig. 9-2-82-chg. NOW accepting Students in guitar piano organ voice drum and band in- struments. Lana Stacy 1-512-352-7060. 9-2-82-chg. BALES ROOFING & RE- MODELING - Specialize in shingles built-up roofing & patching. Guaranteed Work. 657-2261. tfc. FOR SALE- 1 Set Wind Chimes; 1 barbecue grill; 1 table on Singer sewing machine frame....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 August 1982

s Page 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 26 1982 Obituaries - Pearl Gaines Pearl Bryan Gaines 85 of Temple died Saturday morn- ing in a Temple nursing home after a long illness. Graveside services for Mrs. Gaines were held at 5 p.m. Sunday in Davilla Ce- metery near Bartlett with the Rev. Stan Collins officiating. Sho was born in Marshall 111. and came to Texas 63 years ago. She had lived in Houston for several years before coming to Temple in March. She was a Baptist. She was preceded in death by her daughter Thelma Sligall of Davilla in August 1979. Survivors are a son Jack Gaines of Skldmore; a grand- daughter; and three greatgrandchildren. Lydia Bischoff Erline Probst Viola Moore " Lydia Bischoff. 89. of Bartlett died Wednesday In a Bartlett nursing home after a lengthy illness. Services were held at 11 a.m. Friday in Goodnight Funeral Chapel In Bartlett with the Rev. Al Cronk officiating. Burial was in the Bartlett City Cemetery. Mrs. Bischoff was born in Caldwell County and ...

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

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Iinrtlctt. Texas 7051 1 Thursday September 2 1!)S2 VOLUME 97 NUMHEltl 817-527-442-1 FIFTEEN CENTS Local Youths Attend Hermann Sons Camp SAN ANTONIO- More than 1000 junior members of Hermann Sons from 192 cities and towns throughout Texas. Including eight from Bartlett and two from Schwertncr attended the 29th annual Hermann Sons Youth Summer Camp near Comfort this summer Louis B. Engelke of San Anlonio grand president of the order has announced. Campers from the Bartlett area Included: Kevin David Cavanaugh. Wenda K Frank. Donna M Guerra Jennifer Hill Wendy House Ktmberly Lenz Kimberly Ann Marshall and Pnm Spiegelhauer from Bartlett and Dawn It Schwertncr and Sherry L Vrabel of Sch- wertncr The total of 1.908 girls and boys age 9 through 13 was the greatest since the camp opened In 1954 exceeding last summer when 1875 attended Commenting on the camp's popularity with junior Hermann Sons members. Engelke said. "This year's record atte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 2 September 1982

Page2 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 2 1982 SUMMER READING CUUB ON TO SCHOOL- Shelley Marshall recent honor graduate of Bartlctt High School is leaving the Tcincrt Memorial Library where she has been employed the last three years in order to attend school at Texas Tech University CALORIE COUNTDOWN BY SUSAN MAKE DIET FOODS APPETIZING As almost any gourmet knows eye appeal is a very important aspect of food enjoyment. If you open the refrigerator and see a pieco of dark velve- ty fudge cake sitting next to an unopened or unpeel- ed cantaloupe the cake will win out every time. An essential detail is to make cantaloupe and all your other stored diet foods look tasty juicy and appealing. The best way to do that is to spruce up diet snack foods as soon as you buy them. For example: Pare vegetables like carrots and cut into easy-to-cat sticks as soon as you've brought them home from the store. Put them in an attractive glass container and pour ice water over them; they look quite temp...

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

HOLLAND Tribune-Progress Sports Thursday September 2 1982 Page 3 HORNETS Hornets Challenge Evant HOLLAND CHEERLEADERS-Serving refreshments at the Holland-Thrall scrimmage In Holland last Friday night were the Holland cheerleaders left to right Alarm Gaines Stefany Taylor Sheryl Marwltz Kelly Bayless (head cheerleader) and Diania Blair. rwmntfmmmmm .13 SCRIMMAGE Holland Hornet varsity team members take a break during the scrimmage with Thrall to huddle with Coach Jerry Decker. The Hornets made a good showing against the Tigers. i NEXT WEEK'S! E n W '.' M .- .-. rvT n rn MfnurarrunMni r .- l! nY SALOME i ; SPORTSM5W FOIl ItELEASE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER G 1982 Tho wonderful "wicked wicked witch" of tho "Wizard of Oz" Margaret Hamilton celebrates her birthday this week. So does tho lovely Hedy Lomarr. jp Arien Mar. 21-Apr. 19 Mars Bo prepared for n rather wet week ahead. I'm not talk- ing about tho weather. I am talking instead about a lot of sob stories that will compete for your attention....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 2 September 1982

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday. September 2. 1982 Letters To The Editor TRIBUNE PROGRESS To the Itartlctt Merchants : Thanks to all of you who let me paint your windows for your "Homecoming." I enjoyed doing it and met n lot of nice people in your town. A special thanks to Bobby Hill for getting me stnrted in Bartlett (and to his wife for giving him my name. ) Thank you Mr. Keller for tho silver dollars you gave me and my helper (my daughter Polly.) And also to the Tribune-Progress for taking my picture. USPS 044800 Bartlett Tribune founded in IM6 Holland Progress founded In IM 1. All opinion and viewpoint! In the Tribune Progress do not necessarily represent the editorial oplnlonsof this newspaper. Published weekly In Oartlelt Texas 74511 by Taylor Newspapers Inc Taylor Texas Second class postage paid at Dartlctt Texas 7451 1. STAFFMEMDGRS Ronnie PerskV Mrs Dorothy Jean Dartlelt Mrs ImogeneMorrls CORRESPONDENTS Mrs Dolly Mill Mrs Mac Hardin Subscription Rates 54 00 per year In De...

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

w v r r t t J Bulldogs Tribune-Progress Sports Thursany September 1982. Page 5 HAHTLETT HACKS Carrying this year will be left to right: BPTWr. Mm" i CAMPIN Sf? ALL YEAR BOUND BY HOW ABOUT A 'NATUHE CUKEI"? I was going through one of my maguzines a lit- tle while ago and came across an item of unusual outdoor activities to help spice up a trip. I'll pass along the information. For years nature walks have been very popular in more forms than you count. Now they suggest why not try getting a bit closer to nature and do a "nature creep." It suggests that you pick up a magnifying glass of at least 10X gut down on your knees and move slowly across tho forest floor. I might add that a good set of gardener's rubber knee pads would be a welcome addition to such an activity. By inching your way across tho ground you'll open up a whole new world that you may never have seen before. Tho ground is literally alive with minuto life from Ly Tr GRANGER GARY L.STEGLICH Owner NEW SERVICE FRONT WHEEL A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 2 September 1982

I Page 0. Tribune-Progress. Thursday -September 2 1982 s o OM BARTLETT BULLDOGS The 1982 Fighting Bulldogs VS. SOMERVILLE .t v i FRIDAY NIGHT SEPTEMBER 3 BULLDOG FIELD 8:00 P.M. t yooooooooocoooooooocooooocoocoscccooocoooecoo I BARTLETT BULLDOGS 11)82-83 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 0 VARSITY 0 SEP. 3 SOMERVILLE 8:00 k SEP. 10 nt ACADEMY 8:00 Q SEP. 17 at TROY 8:00 0 SEP. 21 ROGERS 8:00 0 OCT. 1 at LEXINGTON 7:30 0 OCT. 8 atTIIORNDALE 7:30 8 OCT. 15 THRALL 7:110 8 OCT. 22 at FLORENCE 7:30 8 OCT. 2!) LIBERTY HILL 7:30 8 NOV. 5 TSD 7:30 8 S 8 b Denotes District 2(!AA Raines. 8 S 8 k Denotes Homecoming. B SOOOOOOOC9000GOOCCCOSOCOCCCCCOCOOCCCOCCOOOC8 I Scores Of Each Game j? $ ;: 5 8 3 8 8 I OCOOOOOOOCCCOCOOSCCCCOOO! i-"L"L"L7--I-"-LL: -LT-T.. .....7. ""j 1981 Bartlett Bulldog Roster WhlteHlne ML NAMU III Knhert Williams 12 (irctf Turner 20 Douk Kinder 22 Michael Houscr :t2 Siunniy Joe Williams :i:i Darrltt Crathers ID llenrj Walker 12 Kohert Crathers II Michael Smith :() Leslie Scott S5 Shcllou (...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 2 September 1982

Tribune Progress Thursday September Z 1982 Page 7 v ' ' "U TO JE COUNT Hm5 A H 1 flB ifoM Mri - J-i-L----- - ft iTT. INSIDE TV mnnmnrnTr DY CHRIS COLBY QUEEN Mrs. Mae Ramsay was presented a trophy as chow-chow queen during ceremonies at the Bartictt Homecoming. Mayor Bobby Hill makes the presentation. CLOSEUP - Jnmcson Parker and Gerald Mcllancy stars of "Simon And Simon" had a great time when they winged to Hawaii to film a segment of "Magnum P.I." with Tom Sel- leck. Appearing as A.J. and Rich Simon the char- acters they play in their own series they par- ticipate in a case starting on "Magnum" and reach- ing its conclusion on "Simon." Morgan Fair- child guests in both episodes which you'll see back-to-back on CBS come the new season ... "MASH" will defi- nitely terminate filming forever come the end of tho year but you'll be see- ing reruns ad infinitum you can bet on it There's also a scries in tho works 1 ARM WRESTLING Raymond Lcnz center directs the Arm Wrestling Contest held ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 2 September 1982

mSJwwaV Z.r.wImsI.!WtWi..wH v'.Ty1 J'"11V ' "W" V ' a jurwnwmT'nHP PhroII Trliniiu Progress Thursday Sopli'mbiT 2 I'ih affiVSH ess f43V'S5 Jlr Sbji !ZflLW hibimmmii " B BM IWliWMp sWMi WliM iW slr IHe Tl; "iS Husband Pteasln' 11 U M msM Ranch Style Beans All Meat IK HiHl MHPf JJr Mf flL .w -tT?7TW?nW'TTW?-- " Cream ItoffSi y r- U Your Choice! Star-Kist or UJ kraI Dinners Chicken of the Sea Oil or Water Pack Mac. & Cheese I Chunk Tuna I Boxes (Hi I Can MH IpP I Can Big 300 Cans For sm i Rath Wieners 12-Oz. Package Oak Farms Premium Flavors sner&et or ; Luxury C ' t Ice Cream Round 12-Gal. 458 All Grinds XaVrs R'eg. 1.29 Pkg.l Potato Chipsoog Royal Guest Yellow Cling Sliced Peaches 2 can 69 Imperial 1-Lb. Quarters Margarine mm cms. 1 Bush's Show-Boat " vM Pork & Beans 9 iZ 1 Chocolate Cup Cakes German Chocolate Mounds Pecan Pies or Honey Buns m m Butter Krust Snacks 4 pk0s I Pkgs. 79c All-Purpose Enriched Pillsbury Flour suboo Swllt's Pro-Creamed .j jq Jewel ShortenlngBi04...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 2 September 1982

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