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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 September 1982

WAW'WUV KmmmKwmmsfsmmaBS Pago to Tribune-Progress. Thursday September 16 19(12 Obituaries H NEXT WEEK'S HO m IS Guy Jnckson Guy Jackson 81 of Bart- lctt died Saturday in a Bnrtlett nursing home after a long illness. Services were held at 10 a.m. Monday at the Good- night Funeral Chapel In Bart- lctt Burial was in the City Cemetery. He was a member of the Church of Christ of BarUctt. Survivors are his widow Grade Jackson of BarUctt; one son Kenneth Jackson of Rcdlands Calif.; one daugh- ter Mrs. Tommy White of Granger; eight grand- children and two great- grandchildren. Pallbearers were Clyde House E. B. Ware Lynn Brock B. C. Stevenson Doc Powltzky and Harry Perkins. Leon Walker Graveside services for Leon Clyde Walker 42 of Mesa Arizona and formerly of Belton were held at 2 p.m. Friday in Hill Cemetery near Midway with Addie Wash- burn officiating. Mr. Walker died Tuesday in Mesa Hospital after a short illness. He was born in Belton and had lived there most of his life. He was a con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 September 1982

I ' TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlctt Texas 70511 Thursday September 23 1!)82 VOLUME 97 NUMBER 7 817-527-142 1 FIFTEEN CENTS J:MiA P Bartlett To Drop Street Loan Fee " . n. - T. LEGION RECOGNITION Several men were honored for their contributions to Bnrtlett American Legion during n barbecue held last week Left to right are Cecil Mon- tgomery. Jim Pease Edward Lindemann .lames C Bartlett Residents Electricity Beginning October 18 By extra conservation you can reduce the cfect of an event which could temporari- ly increase your electric bills The San Miguel lignite- fired plant will be shutdown for scheduled maintenance for about 4 weeks beginning October 18. This shutdown will increase the cost of electricity throughout the maintenance period. Normally most of your electricity is generated using Holland Teaching Five new teachers in the Holland Independent School District this year include Carol Bonds Paula Unber- hagen Jane Hill Bill Bur- ncy and Don Owens. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 September 1982

Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 23 1902 Mrs. Lorenz Hosts Baker Circle Meet Mrs. Wallace Lorenz was hostess in her home on Monday evening when the Baker Circle m'jt for their regular meeting. Mrs. Lorenz called the meeting to order and gave the opening prayer. Minutes of the July meeting were read and approved. During the business sess- ion a project was discussed. Mrs. Virginia Bridges was leader of the program "Who Arc Members of the Family?" Assisting in the presentation were Mrs. Nel- lie Saage Mrs. Lillian and Miss Bessie Skinner. During the social hour refre3hmenta were served to those in attendance: Nellie Saage Lillian Gucnzel Ruby Lee Mastrovich Nannie Cox Bessie Skinner Pat High- tower Nannie Jane Slad- ovnik Virginia Bridges and the hostess Dorothy Lorenz. Comment Forums arc being held in major Texas cities to obtain public comment on the pro- posed goals for the Long- Range Plan for Texans with Disabilities a statement of public policy. The goals address indiv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 September 1982

I HOLLAND Tribune-Progress Sports Thursday September 23 1982 Page 3 HORNETS Hornets Open Loop Play Friday HUSHING LKADKH Darren Stroud (20 left) goes for another gain against Chilton during football action in Holland last week Stroud a 15G lb junior rushed for Bfi yards in 20 carries to lead the Hornet offensivcattack. Coach Jerry Decker's Hol- land Hornets travel to Granger this Friday evening Jo open Districl 13A South Zone play against the tough Lions who sport a 2-1 season record. Holland is 1-2 going into loop play. Chilton Pirates Edge Holland Hornets 12-0 Fumbles cost the Holland Hornets a 12-0 loss in their first home game last week. Darren Stroud paced the offensive effort with 80 yards In 20 carries while Carl Hudspeth led Holland defen- sively. Chilton received the foot- ball on the opening kickof f and after a 20 yard return fumbled on their first poss- ession. Hudspeth recovered for Holland setting the up first and ten at the Chilton 46 yordline. But the Hornets got no ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 September 1982

wKVkeiiMfit nmutn : . J!c w -irt5(i i-v w k'-f V'v Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 23 1982 1982 Metfaught Synd CAPITOL UPDATE T.RJB UNE PROGRESS Vi' -"- M I jrM Circleville Philosopher (Editor's note: The Clr- clevllli Philosopher on his Johusongrnss farm on the San Gabriel Illvcr defends Congress this v cek sort of. ) Dear Editor: It doesn't take much to get TV network reporters ex- cited Week before last they rushed to report that due to lack of funds 19000 Internal Revenue Service workers around the country would lose their jobs. They had on- camera inter views with individuals wringing their hands and wondering what they'd do without a Job. It looks like anybody ought to have known that Congress wasn't about to get rid of 19000 tax collectors right when Congress needs more tax money than any time in history. Would a bank deciding to cut down on expenses eliminate its note-collecting department? Would a campaigning Governor The Bartlett By The Bartlett Philosopher THIN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 September 1982

PiPPP affl$r?yaww;r firWiwrS f-nwK'wiPKW"r7n wr r?i rr "iJjB -vypj ' -VjJ5Jp i PP!iPPPPPVPPPPPmPn99ffP9f Bartlett Bulldogs To Make Feathers Fly This Friday The Bnrtlctt Bulldogs host the Rogers Eagles In a Homecoming contest this Friday evening at Bulldog Field In a game that prom- ises to go down In the books. The Bulldogs have been looking to the Rogers game from the very beginning of the season. In fact Coach Sam Aldrich has had trouble keeping the concentration of the Bulldogs on the game at hand each week. The Bulldogs will throw an aggressive defense in the Bulldogs Stop Unbeaten Troy The Bartlctt Bulldogs showed some strong muscle defensively last week as they beat previously unbeaten Troy 12-7 at Troy in a non-district football contest. The defensive effort inclu- ded two pass interceptions and an important goal-line stand late in the first half of play which could easily have turned the game around had it been unsuccessful. Coach Sam Aldrich was pleased with the defensive e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 September 1982

.SaKSM'.' iis PnKeG Tribune-Progress Thursday. September 23 19(12 ivftWrt giblets ?Mf Giant Reward Days! Get up to $2.00 refund for purchasing 12 cans of Green Giants vegetables . . . like getting 6 free! (SEE DETAILS AT FOODLAND) pepsi H nl HH H Jmm yfr2 A" J H hIHH fay tf xlTS Hffifrgffi i I i ' L I 'r " IB.S-CDak Farms Asstd. Flavors Oak Farms Grade A Homogenized MNHHk Rinso Heavy Duty Flo-Thru Family Size Bags k - n a a u H a m m .. PfX HA" II I i Tjr l m Hj oj m w ft H Gal. BvfHLH I Gal. WflTflF iSAmj I King Size H H 1 24-Count I Ctn- HP BIIC 1 ctn' W MBC 1 76-Oz. Box Hi Box H HI I Green Giant Whole Kernel Golden(12-Oz. Vac. Can) Niblets Corn Green Giant Cut French Style or Kitchen Sliced(303 Can) Green Beans Green Giant(303 Can) Sweet Peas Green Giant(303 Can) Cream Corn &S ltt&X iv"ll(m y!2m WEEK-LONG LOW PRICES AT FOODLAND FRESH PRODUCE SPECIALS r I Kraft Golden Quarters Parkay Margarine mm ems'. I stCGUllC V jpi-j 97 All Grinds 01 Folger's Coffee i-pound can Folger'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 September 1982

I ' & r 9 vf aBBBBBBMrfv bbbbbbbBl. tfit tBHrlHHBk& iHr a HBV bbbbbHt T-bbbbHbHbw 1 BriHHIk iHT - finfo . .bbbbH MHII bVEbbbbbbbV mh mdMrfjiL bbbbbbbbLbIIHiS IBJctMEIHBhBBBBHBBBBK Ej nBbximKBB i.h?BfcflH8iBHBflM fSLLHlHBnHY fiLnfaua ""''.'''"'' ? "TxbbbbbbHibE scmHHIP ibbb IX1B1 fliBHlHHiBBlKMMft jftted jmHHH v JPmLSbW Hl war )lBBlBBBBBBBBBEBBBBBBBBBM?IiVVnWJHBBHflBHB3BnHBMllB WIBnlWflFgfiiM t BBHMBnK V mi r jzllBBBBBBBBB .BBBW fBBkBCTt. IfllYBBBBBBHBiBHtf J ahii'BP" 'y j 1 JR'T iIVe BK97wBBs1m bbB bBB INDUSTRIAL HAIUIEC'UK Ilaymond Lcnz grab up another bunch of chicken served up nt the Bnrtlett Industrial Foundation barbecue last lAffV T 7 IM I J Ml "And how long have you been LS G-VPSY - iLJl TA 'Von mnnn THIS in tellor you were telling mo about?" 1 TERRELL GRANITE 1 WORKS Memorials For Those You Love MRS. CAROLE STARKE Local Representative H.W. 'Happy' SMITH Owner 2914 South Gen. Bruce-Temple-773-5889 f SCHWERTNER STATE BANK Market Report Membor F.D.I.C. Data Compiled As ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 September 1982

5u33MlWW?.3f?- 4:ciJtSSm!m lw y- zuotw I s Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 23 1982 s o &4 tBBi . . BARTLETT BULLDOGS The 1982 Fighting Bulldogs vs. ROGERS a awwwoaooooooooooBoeoococoooooccooeoooQ 8 BARTLETT BULLDOGS l)82-8:i FOOTBALL SCHEDULE VARSITY EAGLES m4 FRIDAY NIGHT SEPTEMBER 24 BULLDOG FIELD 8:00 P.M. SEP. :t SEP. 10 SEP. 17 SEP. 21 OCT. 1 OCT. 8 OCT. 15 OCT. 22 OCT. 2!) NOV. 5 SOIWERVILLE at ACADEMY at TROY ROGERS at LEXINGTON atTHORNDALE THRALL at FLORENCE LIBERTY HILL TSD 8:00 8:00 8:00 8:00 7::io 7::i0 7:110 7::i0 7:110 7: ltd Denotes District 20AA games. Denotes Homecoming. v. rV -V 8 00OOOOOOOOOOOCO(WOOGCCGCOSO!SCOSGOCCOSOCOOO(A I Scores Of Each Game jj 1 BARTLETT 14 S0MERVILLE 6 j) 8 BARTLETT 6 ACADEMY 6 8 8 BARTLETT 12 TROY 7 8 lboooooooeeooooxooooocooooooccooccoscoGeososc i. . w .i . w . w i w S w ". . T. . 1 1JT. T T. . 1 1 q. S. q. . . T P- - T- - - -- --- - T- "I. . -. - - fc 1 . 1981 Bartlett Bulldog Roster WhiteHluc NO. NA.MIC III Knhert Williams...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 September 1982

:Ni9tWlN! W &$mffr 'V"'" W--r- -iw WW!f"iiiH"H"P ..W r- - j ixwt - we- !' Tribune-Progress Thursday September 23 1982. Page 9 Williamson County Agent News Two From Holland Enjoy Hawaiian Excursion V 'i'i' Dy John Wakefield Marketing Alternatives for Cow-Calf producers Fall is always a critical time of the year for cow-calf producers because it's then that they must usually make market- ing decisions. The best de- cisions however come after looking at all possible alter- natives. Marketing alternatives for cow-calf producers include holding calves over winter backgrounding or feeding calves during the winter months forward contracting retaining ownership through feeding by placement into custom fecdlols and simply marketing calves this fall. Short-term prospects for feeder cattle must be consid- ered when reviewing these various marketing alterna- tives. Some positive factors for the feeder cattle picture are these: 1. Fed cattle prices should decline only slightly in the third q...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 September 1982

tSSSSSSPS Kmmftrmts. mtiiw Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 23 1982 mxsxt43xm$cmmS3: STEWART'S PAINT WALLPAPER & GLASS ART ft CRAFT SUPPLIES PICTURE FRAMING Picture Framing can be an art and we practice it ' PITTSBURGH PAINTS HIS. 25th St. 778-7640 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. HAYNES UPHOLSTERY SHOP t; rpii'j g57 3f9 Louver Drapes Custom Window Shades Woven Woods Solar Central Shades Dinslinctive Upholstering Fine Fabrics Selections Custom Furniture Docorating Auto Seat Covers - FREE ESTIMATES W. Av. G 773-1461 HE T 1.060 Market Place Shopping Center 771-3512 Open Mon. thru Sat. 9-6 a niui.Ai VISIT US! COUFAL EQUIPMENT CO. AUTHORIZED JOHN DEERE SALES & SERVICE Hwv. 95 South Ph. 773-9916 PICCADILLY CAFETERIAS OUR SPECIALTIES INCLUDE: Homemade Soups Seafoods Large Selection of Salads (green fruit gelatin) Freshly Baked Hot Breads Tende...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 September 1982

-TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress. Thursday September 23 1982. Page 11 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Trioioe P ogrp will not be m ponMble for mor tlun one In rof feci lf4rtion ..- ..jjr Jr W Une seven year old registered polled Hereford Bull for sale. Also a few yearling heifers and bulls. Call 057-2.142. 9-23-82-dig HOUSE FOR SALE By 3 Bedroom 2 Bath 2 car garage. Fenced yard. 904 West Clark Bnrtlett 527- 3298. 10-7 pd. TAKING ORDERS for Hot Flour Tortillas to go 527- 3281. Also will do sewing in my home. 9-30 eg. Will Do Custom Seed Drilling ' Milton Sturm 527-3913 Bartlett GOOD HOME COOKING City Cafe 527-4637 6 AAA-9 PAA: DAILY SATURDAY UNTIL 6 PAA 7 AAA-2 PAA: SUNDAY Church Calendar CHURCH OF CHRIST HOLLAND Minister Louis A. Sirn 10:00 a.m. Sunday School I roo n. in Worship Service (i-OOp.m Evening Service JESUS COMMUNITY CHURCH OF HOLLAND Killer Cha...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 September 1982

. v v i.'i'n'vwS'V ' tv rrxv.T.Ts Pago 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 23 19R2 Obituaries B. C. Smith Services for B.C. Smith 75 of Bartlctt were held at 2 p m Saturday at the Good- night Funeral Chapel in Bart- lett with the Rev. Dennis Swanbcrg officiating. Burial was in the Holland City Cemetery. Mr Smith died Thursday at his residence after a long illness He was born in Stephens County and lived in Bartlett for many years. He was a Baptist Survivors arc his widow Alice Dora Smith of Bartlctt; three daughters Dora Mac Winkelman of Lorcna Ber- tha line Harris of Rogers and Sandra Sue Jones of Holland; a son Ernest Lee Smith of Bcrgstrom Air Force Base Austin; a stepbrother; two stepsisters; 15 grandchild- ren and four great- grandchildren. Pallbearers were Harry Perkins Aubrey Messer Raymond Carpenter Logan Wcndlcr Mutt Hill Louis Rodriguez and Don Thaler. Deborah Hajda Deborah Rose Hajda in- fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hajda of Gran- ger died Tuesday Sept. 14 in S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 September 1982

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlett Tcxns 7G511 Thursdny September 30 1082 VOLUME 97 NUMBER 8 817-527-1421 FIFTEEN CENTS American Legion Adds More Flags Wilson Franz Commander of the American Legion Post No. 183 of Bartlett announced this week that six more flags were presented to the Ameri- can Legion in honor of de- ceased veterans. This now brings a total of 25 flags that have been received. A flag was presented in memory of Robert M. Fuentes (1051-1969) by his father Romon Fuentes Sr. Robert was killed in action in Vietnam. He served in the U.S. Marine Corp. Mrs. Jesse Mocllcr presen- ted the American Legion with two flags one in memory of her husband Jesse Moellcr (1895-1955) and the other In memory of Wulter Heisc (1890-1952.) Emma Lange and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lange gavo the Legion a flag in memory of William Walter Lange (1890-1974). He was a very active member of this post. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hempcl presented a flag inmemory of James Leonard Hempcl (19...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 September 1982

I Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 30 1982 Bartlett Sales Tax Rebate Up Bartlett sales tax collection rebates were up 13.97 per cent for September ac- cording to figures released by the State Comptroller's office recently. The Bartlett payment was $904.97 for the period as compared to $872.36 in the comparable period last year. Total 1982 payments to date in Bartlett totaled $15609.39 as compared to $13696.10 in the same period last year. Holland was down slightly for the period and is down .86 per cent for the period. The Holland rebate was $546.93 this time comapred to $555 11 for the same time last year. Holland's total to date is $8597.98 compared to last year's comparable total of $8674.13. For the State as a whole it was the biggest single month's rebate at $49.2 million up 20 percent over the $41 million this time last year. Hungerbuster Sale 5 for $6 Monday thru Thursday Only! 5 PM-9 PM THURSDAY ONLY 3 TACOS THE DUDE $125 $130 Bartlett Dairy Queen 527-4390 WHILE TH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 September 1982

Hornets Scare Granger Lions HOLLAND Tribune-Progress M The Holland Hornets nre back and they mean business. That appears to be the message coming out of Granger last Friday night when the Lions had to come back to beat the Hornets 27-19. Favored by many to take the District 13A South Zone title the Lions at one point were down 13-6 to the ag- gressive Hornets who car- ried a 13-9 lead into the locker room at halftime. Holland Coach Jerry Deck- er who labeled Granger the team to beat before the season started was pleased with the effort of his Hornets. "We played as a team again. ..and showed a lot of character." The strong effort came despite the loss of three players before the game. Johnny Hicks is out of action with injured leg ligaments. James Masters broke a wrist in practice and the third Hornet Carl Huds- peth quit the team. Jon Marc Goodnight and Darren Stroud led the offense for Holland. Good- night completed 5 of 9 passes for 122 yards while Stroud rushed 22 times for 70 y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 September 1982

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 30 1982 IT Th Sneaker TRIB UNE PROGRESS Reports USPS 044400 by Bill Clayton I0IW McNaughi 8ml fMKF 0m bfr ftyyir JJ Postmaster Texas raSM Circleville Philosopher (Editor's note The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Johnsongrass farm on the San Gabriel Hiver brings up something he thinks requires some serious thought ) Dear editor Although it's still two years before the next Presidential election some people are already turning their thoughts to it Several potential candidates arc already mapping plans Other people say it's far too early to be thinking about an election two years away but they re wrong I'll explain why It b now customary to name the economy after whatever President is in office Hence we have Ilcaganomics So you can see the name of a President is very im- portant What if somebody named Jones got elected'' Joncs-nomics'' Wouldn't work at all Nobody knows who the next President will be but it's clear in case Mr Reagan doesn't r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 September 1982

4 i I I Bartlett Travels To Lexington Friday The Bartlett nulldoos travel to Lexington this Friday for a 7;30 PM contest with the Eagles of District 27AA in the last non-district encounter of the season. For Bartlett the game represents the secortd leg of a test by three tough Class AA schools which included Ro- gers last week and will include Thorndale next week. Lexington is probably the weaker of the three but don't take any bets just yet. The Eagles have been plenty tough so for this year routing Thrall 31-3 and Granger 29-7 and defeating Academy 27-12 before falling to Thorndale 27-13. Since the Eagles have already played Thorndale the Dartlett-Lcxinglon match could provide a kind of preview of the battle to be expected next week when Bartlett opens distirct BAND UK U - Ronnie Hnfav left was named Hand Beau Band during half time ai tivilies last week He is son of Mr Robert Corte? last year s h ui made the presentation HANI) SWKKTIIKXRT- Kristin Kneten. left was named Band Sweet...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 September 1982

- Jm - . V . .- -' r '( ! 'i ' llwf " " PngoO Tribune Progress Thursday September 30 1982 AmBiw? AMBw KK luBMBB I KMm mmAW lKKmtKK jBAA IbwKm ImWaHulmmi UNBEATABLE LOW PRICES? fjJiTu VISJJ1 m.WJW.iAtM -""-""-- Hi iSll Lro xi H DECKER D Decker Hickory-Smoked Sliced Bacon 1-Lb. Vac. Pkg 469 la I t fcr Ice Crearrx JH55zfeJ J k HurrmiulrV4utltU SW 'L"-miT- All Premium Flavors Blue Bell Ice Cream Round 12 Gal. white mm Silver Rim: $2.39 Gold Rim: $2.49 Brown Rim: $2.59 - Low y Prices! Kraft's Pasteurized a I 159 Delta Asstd. Colors Bath Tissue 4-Roll Pkg. HBHr i PRODUCE SPECIALS Farm Fresh Ears Louisiana New Crop Golden Yams Exlra Fancy Red Delicious Apples O Mix or Match! Cucumbers or q Bell Peppers o Cello Bag Fresh Lemons 12.ct.pkg California Crisp Green Celery stain 198 Lb. I USDA Choice Boneless Pike's Peak Rst. USDA Choice Boneless Top Round Stk. USDA Choice Boneless Sirloin Tip Rst. Rath's or Roegololn All Moat or -1 o Beef Franks 12-0. Pkg. 1 Rath's Blackhawk Chicken fC Franks 12...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 September 1982

h ' t Three New Teachers In Lower Grades Tribune-Progress Thursday. Scp!cmber30 I9U2 Pnge7 Two new faces greet stu- dents at the Bnrtlett Inter- meddle School this year. Thoy'Jre Mrs. Ituey Cluck teacher of math science health and music; and Terry Howard who teaches remedial language arts. Mrs. Cluck is the mother of Mrs. Bobby Hill of Bartlett and now makes her home here. Terry Howard lives In Temple and is a native of Mansfield. She was an art and elementary education major and enjoys arts & crafts and a pet poodle as hobbles. New teacher In the elemen- tary building this year is Mary Vanderford. She Is returning to Bartlett Elemen- tary after teaching at the Granger schools last year. She is remedial reading and migrant teacher for the elementary grades. Mrs. Vanderford is origi- nally from Waco and at-' tended school at Baylor. She has 3 grown daughters. Jill JAilSl'N'S HOLITWU' 5hrl HOLLYWOOD - Well well well' Those persis- tent rumors that Scan Cannery would return as ilnm...

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