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

Page-10. Tribune-Progress Thursday. September 2 19112 Obituaries Nylia Parmer Nylin Gnlnes Parmer 73 of Houston and formerly of Val Verde died Friday In Houston Services were held at 2 p m Tuesday at Goodnight Funeral Chapel in" Bnrtlett with the Hev Jay Thomas officiating Burial was in Holland City Cemetery Mrs Parmer was born in Bell County anil was n Baptist She had lived in Houston for many years. Survivors are a son Thomas L Parmer of Houston eight brothers Tom Gaines Cecil Gnlnes Clyde Gaines and Ilex Gaines all of Holland Woodrow Gnlnes of Houston Raymond Gnlnes of Lexington Elmor Gaines of Hempstead and Billy Gaines of Montrose. Calif . four sisters Ruth Gilson of Snntn Anna Calif Doris Hooper of Waco. Nelta Perry of Galveston and Gene Koch of Butler Pn and a grandson Pallbearers were Bob Hooper Bill Moon Hay . Wallace Eddie Maynard. U. L. Pierce and H C.KIIlough. Gwendolyn Taylor Gwendalyn Yvonne Taylor GO. of Itoute 1. Houtc 1. Hogcrs died apparently of a heart attack Mond...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 9 September 1982

PROGRESS Serving Barteft & Holland llnrtlclt Texas 7fi5l 1 Thursday September ! i82 VOLUME 97 NUMBER 5 817-527-1424 FIFTEEN CENTS TRIBUNE Bartlett Boosters Sign-Up Underway A large number of Bnrtlctt supporters have joined the Bnrtlctt Athletic Booster Club according to Hcno Saage. membership chair- man The Boosters meet each Monday at 7 p.m. at the high school Parents and relatives of athletes arc especially urged to join the club and attend the meetings. Those signed up so far include Hcno Saage Barton Pierce. Bill Pierce Norman Lange. Ernie Fischer Don Thaler. L Hay Jnnke John Gilmore Mike Gcrig. Charles Carlson Mike Carlson Sam Aldrich Harold Morrison George Fowler Jerry Smallcy Thomas McBay. Marlln Henry Charles Gcrsbach Archie Scott Mclvln Katt. Early Childhood Screening Set Do you know of a han- dicapped child between the ages of 3 and S? The Bell County Cooperative for Exceptional Children in conjunction with the local school districts in Academy Bartlett. Holland Rogers...

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

Page 2. Tribune-Progress. Thursday. September'). 1982 Bartlett Class Of 1937 Has Reunion The 1937 class of the Bartlett High School en- tertained class members and guests with n late afternoon partv on August 28 nt the Stage Coach Club in Salado. Later in the evening some of the group had dinner at The Inn in Salado Members of the class who attended were Tommy Moseley of Elgin. Maurice Steghch of Hartlett. W C Turner of Pasadena Edna Braun Kuanth of Temple Lloyd Earl Davis of Lam- pasas. Jacob Isaac of Austin. Mary M Laughlin Saage of Bartlett. Ruth Lcathcrmnn Walker of Austin. Garland Ortnand. Jr and E A Limmer.Jr of Houston Guests attending were Bryant Berry of Temple. Marjorie Miller Brashear of Salado. I H and Sally K Tmg Miller Young of Waxahachle. Mrs. Marjorie Laughlin Jordan. Mrs Earleene Ormand Mc- Namara. Mrs Garland ortnand. Jr . and M F Davis Jr of Houston. Mrs. Nannie .1 Gillespie sladovnik. Mrs Louise Limmer E B. and Agnes Wiederspahn Ware of Bar- tlett. Benjamin and M...

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

Junior Varsity Opens Season There will be a junior varsity game with Liberty Hill in Holland this Thursday but fate of the junior high game was unknown at press time. The Junior high game was scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. to be followed by the junior varsity game. HOLLAND Tribune-Progress Sports Thursday. September 9. 1982. Page 1 HORNETS Hornets Drop Evant Elks 26-6! ' wijAi IIOIINP.T !' S Holland Hornet fans whoop It during the opening game last week Fans had plenty to veil about as the Hornets opened the season with a win Q. oil' many fomrs eiM Tom Lunciry iWn coaching his first year in professional sports? A. Oddly cnoutfh one of sports most successful coaches won no gomes in his (irst stint. With what other team did Don Shuta coach before the Dolphins? Don wns hend boss or the Colts. The Holland Hornets com- bined a strong show of of- fense with good defensive play to take an allimportant opening season victory over the Evant Elks 2G to 6 there last Friday night. The Hornets put...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 9 September 1982

Page 4. Tribune-Progress Thursday. September 9. 1982 CAPITOL UPDATE TRIB UNEPROGBESS USPS 044100 Bartlett Tribun founded In I84. Holland Progress founded In !. U.S. SENATOR for TEXAS 1 12 HUSSEt.L OFFICK IIUU.UINO WASHINGTON. t).C. 20310 ifld MiSaiigni Svnd yWm lew Circieville (Editor's note: The Cir- cieville Philosopher on his .lohnsongrass farm on the San Gabriel Hlver finds something particularly puzrling about thf .Middle East.) Dear editor: There are many things I don't understand about the Middle East about the PLO. the Israelis. Beirut etc. In fact you name one and I'll guarantee 1 don't understand it Hut there's orie that's further beyond mc than all the rest It's what sort of public utility companies have they got in Beirut9 Well it's not what sort of utility companies but what sort of billing system they have According to a news article 1 read last night the PLO left Beirut owing their utility bills for the last 12 years. A utility company that'll let you run up a bill th...

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

I Bulldogs Tribune-Progress - i '? Sports Thursday. September 9 1982 Page 5 Rartlett Bulldogs Stop Somerville 14 To 6 ItULLDOG LINEMEN- Holding down the trenches for the Bulldogs this year will be left to right front Wnlly Capctillo and Haul Guardiola Paul Gonzales Sam FIGHTING FOR YARDS Michael Smith (44) struggles for a few more yards in action against Somerville last r Sports-. from the I pressbox LITTLE LEAGUE FAN The game of baseball used to be A sport misunderstood by she Pinch hitter no hitter error balk The echoes heard of sandlot talk Came twin births of untoldjoy Of Little League and a boy When Little League was adopted here PROPERTY TAXES- GOOD INTENTIONS AREN'T ENOUGH I want to talk tins week about taxes and good intentions. As 1 travel around Texas. 1 notice that what's known as the Pcvcto Dill is the subject of much talk and controversy. This bill named after state representative Wayne Pcvcto. is a tax reform law. legislation of the best intention. The law was designed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 9 September 1982

Page 6. Tribune-Progress. Thursday. September 9. 19H2 BBPPP1 'bmbJMBMBMB BmWBBBBmiHHBBHBBHBWHHBI Bw JaWafJMBBBW Week-Long Specials!! H533 Rinso ete Cy. 03 Laundry Detergent ObCXJ POWERFUL CLEANING SUPER VALUE v Giant 44-Oz. Box Limit CIWU please Regular or Light Pearl Beer jUvr Oak Farms Homogenized "Vitamin D Milk kJk All Grinds Six Pack 12-Oz. Cans 12 Gallon c Folger's Coffee 97 Folgor's Coffee Crystals 8 Ox. 3.79 Folger's Mountain Grown Flaked Coffee 13-Oz. Can HOME NEEDS JW.-i1 Bath-Size White Soap Lifebuoy $i 5-0z. Bars 'H; "vci men r -&SPECIALT Disposable -- Good News Shavers 3-ct. pkg.OC Fluoride ft7 Aquafresh Toothpaste 4.6-oz.il C FROZEN FOOD VALUES TexSun Frozen JM 0k Orange JuiceMiM 6-Oz. Can IstBM Frozen Golden Crinkles Frozen uoiaen crinKies OG9 Ore-Ida French Fries s-Lb. Bag . Frozen Assorted Varieties .g oq Totino's Party Pizza io-oz.ctn. 1 FOODLAND WEEK-LONG SPECIALS Enriched Q&Q Vermicelli 5-Oz. Boxes Enriched All-Purposo Pillsbury Flour 5-Lb. Bag Pudding In...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 9 September 1982

Tribune-Progress. Thursday September 9. 1982 Page 7 i IIKIJMNO HAM) Jeff Cook left helps his father Kddu to Kddie List vear hut c ontinues to work there also nt the Hnrtlelt (im Jeff s grandpa. Ed Cook sold the gin i- ' I.OUMMi I l- tirep Dawson loads bales of totton.it the H.irtlctt gin l.atelv it h.iskpl hitnpUnU bus THE FftACTURSD FORTIES yT fty THAT VAACuTf SHH Y THE PART - VAMK'NIS 4Hj I TMETAmt riOrH FrNH k UNC'tR TMA- IH.A' fc H .VJ. i I HOM B Wit r ' -. v.'PT jfl In IwOhdee-'' . .fill w. -Se I a inSrir; I v rjmm u.. &- ifSByii N. Mi Naught Snil v U VI&- MM M M X Sift J Vi wonocr howal 71 i 0 lV DiD IT ? I'l'l ' t jtm jar &iV Mzim "m '''S-rw im wff.iTT rt n- k-y AW V1 III 7 A .A ijra -SfeJ Insurance Advised As Way ToHedgeCrop Debts In the view of many len- ders there's something farmers In Bell County should be doing with money between the time they borrow It and the time thye spend It they should Insure it According to Ardcll M Kalmbach AIl-Hirfk In- surance Dire...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 9 September 1982

Pago 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday. September 9. 19H2 Back To School TimeDrive With Care "Safe driving is a year- round responsibility but it becomes especially im- portant at this time of year" remarked Paul Curtis Staff Director of Public Affairs and Safety AAA Texas. "Unfortunately youngste Turkey shoot every Sunday at the L & J Lounge in Bartlett. Starts at 2:00 pm. WITH OUR BONUS PROGRAM WE'LL PAY YOU TO SAVE ENERGY. You're hearing it from all sides now. Save energy. Conserve. Use save more. Well it's all true but we're taking it a step further by writing you a check. We're doing this because when you buy a high efficiency heat pump air conditioning system or window unit you'll be using less energy. That saves you money and saves us money. So we're passing the savings along to.you. Your dealer should have all the details and can help you select the right system for you. For more information about our Bonus Program give the energy experts atTP&La call. Remember saving ener...

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

Tribune-Progress. Thursday September 9. 1982 Page 9 Classified Advertising Rate 7 ents per word. I.3S minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progrett will not be retponilble lor more than ono in correct mieMlon GARAGE SALE Thursday & Friday. 543 W. Davllla. Sara Estus. Twin beds children & adult clothes 9-9 eg. Accepting piano students for the new school year. Dotty and Garland Knctcn. 527-4235 after 4 p.m. tfc. FOR SALE -1970 Chrysler Newport and 1959 Ford Pick Up. Call 527-4334. 9-9 eg. NOW accenting Students in guitar piano organ voice drum nnd band In- struments. Lana Stacy 1-512-352-7000. 9-2-82-chg. BALES ROOFING & RE- MODELING - Specialize in shingles built-up roofing & patching. Guaranteed Work. 657-22G1. tfc. WILL DO BABYSITTING in my home for all age children. Call 527-3700 day or night for more in- formation. 9-!6-82-chs -TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 iihhv .il j m v v i in i annnnnF m iflfV...

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

PaKo 10. Tribune-Progress Thursday September '.). 1982 Obituaries Wilson Byd 4ii Johnnie Jakubcc Services for Johnnie F. Jakubcc 24 of Mela for- merly of Temple were held at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Mry's Catholic Church In Temple with ofisignor Arthur michalka officiating. Burial was in Bcllwood memorial Park. mr. Jakubcc died Tuesday at his residence after a long illness. He was a resident of mcxia State School for the past 15 years and was a member of St M-y's Catholic Church. He was preceded in death by his father Waller A. Jakubcc in 1971 and by a half brother Emit Divis in 1970. Survivors include his mother Annie Jakubcc of Temple a brother Walter Jakubcc of Temple a sister Anna Eixman of Temple; a half brother Eugene Divis of Temple; and a half sister Joyce Grygar of Temple. Mrs. Kohring Services for mrs. W. H. "Vallic" Kohring 75 of the Val Verde community were held at 2 p.m. Thursday at GommcrtShcfficld Funeral Home of Rogers with the Rev Joe Cooper officiating. Burial was i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 September 1982

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS i Serving Bartlett & Hollatid Bartlctt Texas 7G511 Thursday September 10 1!)82 VOLUME 97 NUMBER fi 817-327-1424 FIFTEEN CENTS Holland School Board Meets In Short Session Members of the Holland stated that we have more boys participating in J V. football than we have had In several years. On October 11 the high school students will again have a chance to attend the State Fair. More details will be announced later. Mrs. Barbara Hill re- ported on the elementary students stating that she was pleased that everything was going so smooth this school year. School Board met on Wednes day Sept. 8th at 8:30 p.m. in the school library. Minutes of the previous meeting were approved as read and minutes of special called meeting as read. Lunchroom report was given by Betty Hill mainte- nance report by Supt. Bow- man. He reported that after the rest rooms are finished the maintenance should be in order with only minor re- pairs still needed to be done. The activity program o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 September 1982

Pago 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 16 1902 - Recipe Corner By Betty HM EGGPLANT CAULIFLOWER CASSEROLE lVfe cups sharp Cheddar cheese shredded coarsely. 1 eggplant peeled cubed and bled 1 cauliflower (just the flowerets) Va cup minced onion 2 beaten egg yolks 3 T. butter y cup melted butter 1 cup bread cubes Dash of black pepper 1 and two-thirds cups evap- orated milk. 1 T. fresh lemon juice Vz cup water 3 T. flour Vi teaspoon salt Tea Honors Women's Study Club President Steam the cauliflower and eggplant until just barely tender. Set aside. Heat butter in a skillet and toss with the bread crumbs until brown set aside. Place the melted butter in the top of a double boiler. Heat and add the flour onion salt and pepper. When ft bubbles remove from the flame. Stir in the milk and water and return to the heat. Stir rapidly and allow to thicken. Remove a little of the sauce and mix well with the beaten egg yolks. Pour into the sauce and mix well. Let simmer for 5 minutes while sti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 September 1982

Trfo une-Progress Sports Thursday September 16 1982 Page 3 HORNETS HornetsLoseDespiteGoodStats HOLLAND 2?8b ). BMHBBBopffitaffjflBBEfete 8W'TiiJrlLlx-ht wrnBWlOHHHf jBSHfciHbsHIHHkkHi IIOHNKTS T I.IIIKKTY llf 11 . Hornets Mn white jerseys) are swarming everywhere as they put the stop on a Liberty Hill runner in this shot taken at Liberty Hill last Friday night The Hornets had more offensive yards but lost the game to the Panthers who are expected to be a district contender in District 26AA HHHISflGmH m'WtrfcfiESifcQiAAy "sB&"Jfilil!SEBBH SCOHES MST.I3ASOUTII Liberty Hill 25 Holland 0 Lexington 29 Granger 7 Bruccville-Eddy 76 Salado 0 Charlotte 38 JarrellO Hutto 15 Thrall 0 Milano 20 Austin Wcstlake 0 (Sophomores) Iola21Normangec6 Hallcltsville- Sacred Heart 14 Burton 0 The breaks went the other way last Friday evening. The Holland Hornets outrushed the Liberty Hill Panthers but fell short on the all-important scoreboard 25-0. It was the first shot at a Class AA school for the Ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 September 1982

H11' fvt .. age 4 Tribune-Progress Tliursday September 16 1982 CAPITOL UPDATE P faGvW TRIBUNE-PROGBESS 1 -V Circleville (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Johnsongrass farm on the JSan Gabriel River finds a worrisome Congressional problem this week.) Dear editor: ' News sometimes significant sometimes is it isn't For several days now I've been reflecting on a piece of news out of Washington trying to see what relation it has to the Mid-East turmoil inflation the deficit unemployment worn-out highways shaky bridges and city pot holes but although I haven't given up so far I've come up with nothing The news item said Congressmen have noted themselves 15000 minutes of free long distance telephone calls per year. Well free to them The telephone com- pany sends the bill to the tax payers If you think Congressmen have an easy job how would you like to talk on the phone for 15.000 minutes even if Letter To The Editor Dear Friend: This year for the first time Central Texas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 September 1982

. I ! Jill Tl flilL Bulldogs Trifc mm e-Pr ogress Sports Thursday. September 1C 1A82 Page 5 t ' BBBh rati ImZU WB? ik HBBMI THAT 1 FKKMN'O Hartlett cheerleaders and fans greet the Hartlett Bulldogs as they enter the field prior to 'f. IHBB3MmG0S AMknahilh 4fciLMj0SlMBjt VSGjflHiu. wSMBBK'PVjl'j ksBBBBr! HAKTI.l-VrT.il IOK KMT Chris Bowser left is trying to decide the best way to go as Bumble Boo i loses in during the Bartlett Academy junior vnrsitj game last week Bartlett w on d-o r Sports -. from the pressbox I ENVY IN SPOUTS "It is envy. They envy without knowing those whom they will soon hate without reason." This observation by a 17th-century Scottish physician was cited in the New England Journal of Medicino as a surprisingly succinct statement about an ancient uwaroness. When tho envious see a performer in the spot- light one who is occupy- ing spaco "they" would I TERRELL GRANITE 1 WORKS I 1 I Memorials For Those You Love I MRS. CAROLE STARKE j 1 Local Representative d H.W. '...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 September 1982

v ; v- i j ; f i - a 4 ; - v i . c ;f-f rwA"iTcj ; "f . r ? TT7r7?T?7rTTvrrTvT.r3'TT;7rT7f t ;t"" rr?;"r Mt1tl(TMttTtirt V Pngc 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 16 1902 mmmmmm I 1 Our super low prices save you more mH papimHini Rath Hickory-Smoked Sliced Slab Bacon . J ' 'ML' wIBf iWi'Vi . tYl j iCX Thick-Sliced Lb. SUPER SPECIAL!: Colonial Thin Sliced White Sandwich Bread! ip $ Smith Farms Fresh Medium Size Grade A Eggs One Doz. Oak Farms Buttermilk or 2 Low Fat Milk 12 Gal. Ctn. irfr llr iv f nmtic Bonn SUPER WEEK-LONG SAVINGS AT FOODLAND! Sausage Hamburger Pepperoni Tony's Pizza Royal Guest Sliced in Syrup Peaches I Frozen 13V2-OZ Ctn. Plllsbury Assld. Vorlotlos - . 'Pius' Cake MiXu-ozBoxbyC Enriched All-Purpose "7 ft Pillsbury Flour s-u Bogf fC "orKr j 7Q Rye Bread One Pound Loaf I & Mrs. Balrd's Split-Top Vf Wheat Bread i.u.lo.i9C Cinnamon Palsln or Cheese m (-q Mrs. Baird's Strudelec ry Nablsco OfW Premium Sa!tinesLb doxOC Big 2 Can c Cotitodlnn - . Tomato Sauce 4 B.o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 September 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday September 16 1082 Page 7 Bartlett Personals ' Junior High Hornets Play The Holland Junior High There will bo no junior Hornet football team travels varsity name to Chilton this Thursday September 16 for a 6 p.m. This is the season opener contest. for the Junior high team. C.W.F. Meets In Parks Home On Sept. 3 the C.W.F. of Holland met in the home of Mrs. Delorls Parks with eight members answering roll call. After the business meet- ing Mrs. Doris Lango gave the devotional on "Love." WHILE THEV WST... WALL SECTIONS for WAREHOUSES CABINS WALLS FLOORS PARTITIONS ROOFS Built with 2" x 6" studs at 12" centers 1 side 1" x 6" shiplap. OVER 400 SECTIONS All in Good Condition 50.00 each Call Goorgo Castillo Hutto 512-846-6461 ' pgEH H First Federal Savings 6 MONTH CERTIFICATE 9.954 SI 0000 minimum deposit 3 MONTH CERTIFICATE ( " 8.161 v J $7500 minimum deposit Effective thru Mon. Sept. 20 All accounts Insured to 5100000 by the FSLIC. Substantial interest penalty for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 September 1982

t v ft " WW Page 8. Tribune-Progress Thursday September 10 1982 ttiiniplmiifum i Artfflrtr-faaaaihaLuga t. v i-VMj V 1 Holland Hornet Roster Nam No. II 11 11 1) 14 M 11 40 44 SO 40 41 44 70 71 44 71 Gregg Volney Jon Marc Ooodnight Darrtn Stroud Randy Bagserly Kenntth Smith Lupc Rodriguti AlbtrtRodrigut-i AllrtdDuggtr Jam Hart Johnny Ray Hlckt Oary Warren Andrew Bailey Mickey Barton CarlHudtpeth Scott Brown Mike Curley JamctMatttri HEAD COACH- Jerry Decker ASST COACH- Jack Parker and Robert Fagner Wt. 117 171 1S4 111 140 I4S 14S 141 1J7 tit 149 its 101 171 111 140 US Po$. n OB HB E HB CB HB FD E T O O o T T O c Cll. SR. SR.. JR. SOPH. JR. SOPH. JR. SOPH. SOPH. JR. SR. JR. SOPH. JR. JR. SOPH. JR. DRUMMAJORETTEl Laura Starkt TWIRLERS. (Cathy Keft.Head ' Elliabeth Beaver Debra Decker Melany Parmer Terrl Crum SPONSOR MANACERSi Craig Bertrand Scott Bertrand CHEERLEADERS) Kelly Baylett.Head ' s AlanaCalnet Dlanla Blair SnerylMarvviti Slelany Taylor Terrl Crum SPONSOR Scores of Each Game Ho...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 September 1982

; i . -" -m t lt -I- I I- -- vi ' . 1 1 T i.'.".m.J lr'xrg?j-.'iai'IS. V. m. i F I 4ii '.. " ' "isi ! - M"" "' iu .irj Willi 1 Ir""i nVi f 1 l" 1 I tL I I I I r"r-A"r T-VVW I I Mr:-.. m I ' K K I J li I K I MI1 v lH " - I I W T i! ' -' i A I I lB; ...-. igl 1 I X JIB I Prnr'4i '-t L fc .l i--r . MP-t i -'9HBBHH I Hi 1 1 R H NHE'Trrn''" ' wt.H 'i.. .I i i jt i . . . -TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 16 1982 Pagc9 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per vord. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progress will not bt respontlbl lor more than one In correct Inwrtlon. FOR SALE - Flat bottom boat 14 ft. I960 Sears 7tt IIP motor; 2 swivel seats in boat. $400.00. Call 657-2406. 9-16 eg. Accepting piano students for the new school year. Dotty and Garland Knctcn. 527-4235 after 4 p.m. tfc. FOR SALE -1970 Chrysler Newport and 1959 Ford Pick Up. Call 527-4334. 9-9 eg. NOW accenting Students...

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