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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 September 1982

Vv t4 rJv$ - Tr -y - -. 'vt'y v v '' w Viviw V V v v -v v - M Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 30 1982 t t Jswwr-M (riii.iiiWM mi mini w muafltoaiiiffl:i r "4 t f 73 X lfi .-Hi y. rHwi ft' y. ggr 1 L JW" i&(&83 J2 ftltt .jffrl TZ- m l rt" nr?f 8 Wf . 'VT Holland Hornet Roster Nome No Wl Pol Clt. OreggVolney " "' Jon Mre Ooodnlght " "' Darren Stroud " m Randy Baggerly n ul Kenneth Smith 4 " lupeRodrlguei M '41 Albert Rodrlguet J) '" Alfred Duog.r ' JametHart 4 '" Johnny Ray Hlckt M ' Gary Warren ' Andrew Oalley " "5 Mickey Barton ' "' CerlHudipelh ' "' Scott Brown " " MlktCearley 4 uo JameMaiter " "5 HEAD COACH- Jerry Decker ASST COACH Jack Parker and Robert Fagner ORUMMAJORETTEi Lour Starke TWIRLERSiKathyKelley.Head ElliabethBeavrr Oebra Decker -Wetany Parmer . TerrlCrum SPONSOR MANAOERSi Craig Berlrand Scott Bertrand CHEERLEADERS! Kelly Baylesi.Head AlanaGalnci Olanla Blair SherylMarwItt Stelany Taylor TerrlCrum SPONSOR The 1982 Fighting Hornets Holland Hornets vs...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 September 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday September 30 1982 Page9 Voter Registration Deadline Is Oct. 3 KB gHHf l ";Oi mt'lMB .'liL. ffiPrMl KB .jgMVlHB ' .--4 Qfcii. HI - S'iM Wmixj'iMf -WK HIV w7 ww al LEGION I'KESENTATION The American Legion presented checks to both the band and athletic programs at Bartlctt High School during halftime activities of the football game In Hartlett last week. Left to right arc Wilson Franz of the American Legion; Mrs. Kenneth Insurance Reduction Given AUSTIN-Tcxas home- owners will be able to apply for an insurance premium reduction credit for certain security devices af te October 1. That is the effective date of a rule promulgated be the State Board of Insurance in compliance with HB 764 Acts of the 67th Legislature. The rule permits a pre- mium reduction of five for homeowners who have installed security de- vices such as dcadbolts solid core doors and special devices on windows and garage doors. "The bill Is very specific about what security devices will entitl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 September 1982

Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 30 1982 mxmmt&ttxt3mf&c ExsnrzKrsxacsza STEWART'S PAINT WALLPAPER & GLASS ART A CRAFT SUPPLIES PICTURE FRAMING Picture Framing can be an art and we practice it! PITTSBURGH PAINTS 111 S. 25th St. 771-7640 LOGO Market Place Shopping Center 771-3512 Open Mon. thru Sat. 9-6 the Business And Professional People TEMPLE ARE EXTENDING TO OUR NEIGHBORS IN THE BARRETT AND HOLLAND AREAS A WARM AND FRIENDLY INVITATION TO VISIT US OFTEN. VISIT US! COUFAL EQUIPMENT CO. Ml AUTHORIZED JOHN DEERE SALES i SERVICE Hwv. 95 South Ph. 773-9916 THE PRINT SHOP LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED BY C M "SANDY" BELCHER QUICK QUALITY PRINTING (FORMERLY TEMPLE INSTANT PRINTING) OFFSET PRINTING XEROX COPIES PICCADILLY CAFETERIAS OURSPECIALTIES INCLUDE: Homemade Soups Seafoods Large Selection of Salads (green fruit gelatin) Freshly Baked Hot Breads Tender Roasts & Steaks Garden Fresh Vegetables and- Homemade Pies and Cakes Compare our dilly dish for both adul...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 September 1982

. -in mi tflttltka. . . Ml "' mBHBBHHHHHHHJHHHB '(tttttttttttH 'K. .h ViiW.Jr' T 1 I T I P ! r" I" nB T 1 r rr (it i m h n l 1 I HlilH...i. u. A-in. vH I.I -TJRIBUNE-PROGRESS- Tribune-Pi ogress Thursday September 30 1982 Page 11 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 ( ( The Tribune Progress will not be responsible for more than one In correct insertion FOR SALE - Hou3c on Corner Lot In Bartlett with Pecan Trees; RcarStorage; $14500. 817-699-5213. 10-14 eg. Accepting piano students for tho new school year. Dotty and Garland Kneten. 527-4235 after 4 p.m. tic. FOR SALE - Complete Dark Room Set-up; B-W only. Extras & chemicals. $400.00. 527-3728. 9-30 eg. FOUND on South Evie St. small white male dog. Friendly but no tags. To claim or obtain call Bartlett City Hall 527-3219. 9-30 eg. BALES ROOFING & RE- MODELING - Specialize in shingles built-up roofing & patc...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 September 1982

7 Pnge 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 30 1D82 Obituaries Lulamac Goss Lulamne Goss 73 of Bryan died Tuesday in a Bryan hospital after a len- gthy illness. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Thursday at Hillicr Funeral Homo in Graveside service was held at 2 p.m. at the Bartlctt City Cemetery with Bob Wile officiating. Mrs. Goss a Bartlctt native had lived In Bryan for 30 years. She was a retired secretary at Texas A&M University and was a mem- ber of Eastern Star Lodge No. 222 In Bryan. Survivors are her hus- band R. B. Goss of Bryan; a son Travis D. Goss of Mes- quite; two brothers W. B. Duncan of Corpus Christ! and HNHn. t Vk FROM YOUR NEXT LT. GOVERNOR This may be my last column in this scries Wc began this column ten weeks ago honing it would be a success. And judging from the response of the readers. I would call it an unqualified success. The mail has been very favorable. The columns that drew the most re- sponse were those dealing with education of our children...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 October 1982

r TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Hartlett Texas 705 11 Thursday October 7 1!)82 VOLUME 7 NUMBER 817-527-1 12 1 FIFTEEN CENTS ' V T Free Meals Available At Bartlett Child Center Free and reduced price meals arc now available at the Dartlctt Child Develop- ment Center at the corner of Aisne and Bowie Streets in Bartlett. The Child Care Food Program is being sponsored by Williamson-Burnet Coun- ty Opportunities Inc. of Georgetown. All children in attendance will be offered the same free meals with no physical of or other discrim- ination against any child because of race color sex national origin or ability to pay Family income allowable In order to rccclvo free meals Holland Elementary Names Favorites Class favorites and also the fall royalty for the was named this week at Holland Elementary School Favorites include: Kinder- garten Myca Marshall and Drew Proctor and the coro- nation royalty is Duchess Ashley Thomas and Duke Thomas Hart; Crown Bearer Crystal Morgan a...

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

Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 7 192 Ickes Honored Vivian Ickes of Austin was named Employee of the Month for October by Nat- ional Insurance Company a subsidiary of Electronic Data Systems of Dallas. Miss Ickes was one of three from 320 employees to receive this honor. Depend- ability honesty quality and quantity were her winning characteristics as a claims examiner. Miss Ickes is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ickes (Bobbie Nell Brock) of Georgetown and the grand- daughter of Mrs. Hubert Brock of Bartlett and Mrs. Mary Ickes of Georgetown. Club To Meet Schwertner Community Improvement Club will meet tonight (Thursday) Oct. 7th nt 7 p.m. at the Club House for a covered dish dinner. All members are urged to attend. Davilla INews By Mrs. Mae Hardin Mrs. Fannie Hargrove has returned home after spend- ing Severn) weeks In Ark- ansas with her children. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Mcsscr of Buda were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hines. Paul and Pam Burke of Irving visited ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 October 1982

r- f r f -t w f t Hornets Sting Rival Salado HOLLAND Trib unc -Progress The Holland Hornets thrashed rival Salado 27-6 In District 13ASouth Zone football Friday evening in Holland. It was especially sweet revenge for the Hornets who fell to Salado last year 31-0. Holland received the opening kickoff returning the ball to the Holland 36. Darren Stroud was credited with 22 yards on the return Holland drove the ball to the midfield stripe before a fumble gave possession to Salado. The Eagles drove Inside the 30 before fumbling it back with Gregg Volncy recovering for Holland. The Hornets saw their next drive falter at the Salado 41 forcing a punt. Salado punted back but again Holland could not move and gave up the football. Salado's Tiny Lester broke loose for a 40 yard gain to the Hornet 20 yardlinc to set up a Salado scoring threat. But the Hornets rose to the occasion and finally stopped the Eagle drive at the Hornet 4 yardlinc. holland proceeded to drive the ball all the way back a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 October 1982

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 7 1982 1982 McNauxht Hynd CAPITOL UPDATE (J U.S. SENATOR for TEXAS 1 12 HUSSIXI. OFIICK MJII.DI.V; WASHINGTON. D.C. 20510 Iff mmjjm it KWkikvS(iJt TRIB UNE PROGRESS I'VE. ILLE.G6LLY CROSSED THEi US - SCORCH OF WORK afattattwuWrVft USPS 044800 Circleville Philosopher (Editor's Note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Jolinsongrass farm on the Sun (inhriel lth er writes nil around the recession this week.) Deal editor: According to the Federal Election Commission a total of 165 million dollars has been raided to elect Congressmen and Senators in November Of that amount the Republicans have raised 14G million the Democrats only 19 million but it may not matter much because the way some members vote on some bills you can't tell which party they belong to Some mn as a Democrat and vote Republican and some run as a Republican and vote Democratic and on some issues they all unite behind whoever it was who financed their campaigns Most of the $105 ...

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

iillS;fe ' ;& - PASS AITKiMPT Bartlett quarterback Hohcrt Williams prepares to launch the ball while three Lexington Katies move in during football play at Lexington last week Lexington Eagles Edge Bartlett Bulldogs 6-0 An illegal motion penalty a fumble just a split-second too early and a close fourth down call all helped to keep the Bartlett Bulldogs on the short end of a G-0 score at Lexington last Friday even- ing to wrap up non-district play for both squads. Bartlett had a touchdown pass play called back be- cause of illegal motion in the backficld early in the first Scrlod. Later just before the alf ended Bartlett's Sammy Joe Williams almost scored but was hit right at the goal line and lost the fumble. The official ruled he had not yet cross the goal line and another score was snatched from the Bulldogs. Late in the game the Bulldogs gambled on a fourth down try and missed it by about two inches. Despite the loss Coach Sam Aldrich was basically pleased with his team's eff...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 October 1982

v: powerful. PngeG. Tribune Progress Thursday October 7 1902 wmmmmMMm wmMmmsm I: BUY ONE GET ONE FREEv Buy one 7-oz. pkg. of Bravos Tortilla Chips(reg. or nacho flavor) at reg. price of 1.09 and get one 7-oz. pkg. free!! a All-Purpose Enriched Pillsbury Flourl mm B 1 12 5-Lb. JW WbadHF 1 Gal. Bag flV F C 1 ctn. . .JKTi! ttm M mi u 1 t -1 ll Oak Farms Grade A Homogenized Vitamin D Milk Kraft Quality Mayonnaise Bc IT wf llMajionnalseJ lb V (nanwHBHil k AaauaBMBBnanBBKMinnmtoj Prcos or 77;ur )ru Wed Oc 7-73 982 429 Quart H m Jar Hi BSG DISCOUNT SPECIALS Green Giant Sweet Peas Cream Style or Whole Kernel Gldn. Corn Cut or Kit. Sliced Green Beans 303 -2 fan 5." 39 J 69 97 New Crop!! Texas Ruby Red Grapefruit $ For hii unnui a Folqer's Coffee i.u can! Folgor's Crystals Sft1Q Instant Coffee e.0z.jaro Folger's Deealfelnated Coffee AiQ Hi Point 4.0z.Jnr249 Pasteurized ffeQR Kraft Velveeta 2Lb. box Parade Brand Salad Oil 24-ox. aotue Nabisco Premium Saltines i.Lb. box Sugary Sam Packed In Syr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 October 1982

I mmmmrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrmmmm ' I V Whitfield Reunion i r "yiK Kv- tiki MTwtilWHitWffiHHHlPIWWHWPPPPIW Hrendn Doskocil & Palsy Smith Staff- (Continued from page 1 ) the Catholic Youth Organiza- tion and treasurer of the Knights of Columbus. He is active in tournament tennis and enjoys running. Alton Herbst has been VAC coordinator for the Co-op for the past 2 years. He graduated from Boerne high School in 1967 and received a BA In History from Southwest Texas State university. He received an MR endorsement from In- carnate Word College in San Antonio and was employed with the Rogers ISD for 4 years. Herbst is engaged to Marcic Click and the two plan a December 18 mar- riage. Herbst enjoys hunting and working outdoors and attends Covenant Lutheran Church. Holland PTA Meets Monday Holland PTO members met Monday Oct. 4th in the school cafctorium with Paula Archer presiding. It was announced that October 15 is the deadline for the PTA membership drive and parents were encouraged ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 October 1982

wnw Pago 8 Tribuno-Progrcss Thursday October 7 1982 frfrfr; f X- ! ail-"" "-liiltilft ii lam ir liiliririMiMiiiiriaMfc w nuiiMUMifi The Business & Professional People of TAYLOR Welcome mir Good Neighbors from the Bartlett and Holland Area VISIT US OFTEN! Layaway Now For Christmas Diamond Engagement & Wedding Bands Bulova & Seiko Watches Lenox & Sango China & Pottery Lenox & Schott-Zwiesel Crystal Known Brands In Stainless Steel Oneida Community & International Silver Expert Watch & Jewelry Repoiring IGtaluscfc Taylor's Finest Selection Jewelry X- X X- X- X-X- X-X- X- X- X Farrell G. Scruggs D.D.S. X-X-X- GENERAL DENTISTRY Located at 1 611 Granger Road In the East lake Drive Off'ce Center X- X- X- X-X- X- X-X- X-X-X-X- X- Phone: 352-5244 3108 N. Main in Taylor Plaza 352-5097 X- X-X- X- X- X- X- X-X- X- X- X- X- X- X- X- X-X-X- X- X-X- X- X-X- X-X- -X- X- X- X- X- X-X- X-X- X X-X- X- X- X- X- X- X-X- X- X- X- X- X- X- X-X- X- X- X- X- X-X- X-X-X- X- X- ...

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

1 ' ''- ' ' ' ' ! 1IM111III1IIII I I I I.. I Tribune-Progress. Thursday. October 7 1982. Page 9 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progress will not be responsible for more man one In coriecl insertion FOR SALE - House on Corner Lot In Bartlett with Pecan Trees; Rear Storage; $14500. 817-C99-5213. 10-14 eg. Accepting piano students for the new school year. Dotty and Garland Knelcn. 527-4235 after 4 p.m. tfc. like new Heavy Duty Speed Queen Electric Dryer. See at 528 W. Bell BarUctt. $150.00. 10-7 eg. FOR SALE - Baby Furniture crib sheets blankets baby clothes and a few miscell- aneous items. 107 Claude- wood 657-2477 10-7 eg. BALES ROOFING & RE- MODELING - Specialize in shingles built-up roofing & patching. Guaranteed Work. 657-2261. tfc. FOUND a piece of jewelry in Holland Lunchroom. Con- tact Holland Cafelorium 10-7 eg. NOW AVAILABLE: Com' plcte Saw Sharpening Service; Circular S...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 7 October 1982

Pngc 10. Tribune-Progress Thursday October 7 19(12 Obituaries Sidney Browning Funeral services for Sid- ney Browning 74 of Bnrtlett were held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Condrn Funeral Home in Granger with the Rev A L Cronk and 0. E Davidson officiating. Burial was In Taylor City Cemetery. Mr Browning died Satur- day evening at Johns Com- munity Hospital In Taylor after a lengthy illness. A retired farmer Mr. Browning had lived in Bnrt- lett for the past five years. He had farmed in the Granger area for 33 years. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Grang- er Survivors arc his widow Mrs Lois Browning of Bart- lett a stepdaughter Mrs. Virginia Timm of Rockwall; two brothers Foy Browning of Mcsqulte and E. A. of Amarilloj three step- grandchildren and one step-great-grandchild. W.B. May Services for W. B. May 80 of Irving were held at 2 p.m. Friday at the First Baptist Church of Irving of which he was a member Mr May died Wednesday Sept 28th after an extended illness. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 October 1982

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS ScrOing Bartlett & Holland Hnrtlett Texas 7(151 J Thursday October M l!)82 VOLUME !)7 NUMBER 10 817-527-1421 FIFTEEN CENTS Absentee Voting Now Underway Absentee voting In the November 2 General Elec- tion began Wednesday Oct- ober 13 and will continue through October 29. Voters who will be away from the polls on election day or are over 65 may vote absentee at the Courthouse or by mail. Absentee voting in Wil- liamson County can be done during the hours 8-12 and 1-5 during the week in the county commissioners courtroom on the first floor of the Boydston Works For Re-Election Neal Boydston Democratic nominee for the post of Williamson County Clerk is gearing up his campaign for the Nov 2 general election "I would like to take this opportunity to ask for your vote for me for re-election to the office of County Clerk." Boydston said as he reviewed his experience in the office Boydston served as Deput County Clerk from Sep tember 1070 to January 1 1979. under Coun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 October 1982

immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm wmmmmmmmmm Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 14 1982 Thanks To Holland Bike-A-Thon Supporters The St. Judes Children's Research Hospital Wheels for Life Blkc-A-Thon is over for this year and I want to sincerely thank the citizens of Holland for their generous support. The Holland mer- chants were very generous in their donations for prizes for the riders. And the citizens of Holland that made pledges helped make the ride a success I'm extremely proud of the seven riders that participa- ted in the Dlke-a-thon. Thanks to them we raised a grand total of $534.10. 1 think these kids need to be recog- nized as a great bunch of kids and we were so proud we awarcd each one with a prize. Winning the prizes as follows were: 1st prize bicycle - Adam Miles; 2nd prize radio with headphones Greg Buntc; 3rd prize electronic football game Chad Decker; 5th prize - $10 Christy Sevcrson; 6th prize -Camera Shirley Decker and 7th prize Camera - Jonath...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 October 1982

f; ?TTnTTTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfT17TTl TT1T'ITT'!?"' T'TTTim Y'-111''''V l-VI$Hfp? '?FK8?W)'J '"" 1PJ! T "fT RVOS Lodge Plans Meet Farmers Mutual Pro- tective Association (IWOS) Local Lodge No. 83 will hold its annual business meeting and social on Sunday Oct. 17 at 2 p.m. at the SPJST Hall in Holland. All members and their families are invited to attend. HOLLAND Tribune-Progress Sports Thursday October 14 1982. Page 3 HORNETS Hornets Look To Get Back On Track Friday mmmmmmmmmmmmimwimmMiim9wwvwwvrr-v--vvvv ) f rrv ...T.-..--.i.A I"l J- .bbbHbf .kPH IVPVDVPvlvVVVVfllvVA tUtr bbb! bbf Vv9VVVpvPVVHVVv9Lte Mr bbbbbb B3HP bbBf bbbbH Coach Jerry Decker will try to get his Holland Hornets back on track this week after an injury-laden derailment at Burton last week. Decker reported Tuesday morning that Darren Stroud would likely be missing from the backficld this Friday night when the Hornets host the Jarrcll Cougars but other injured Hornets should be ready to go although still sore I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 October 1982

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 14 1982 CAPITOL UPDATE TBIBUNE PROGRESS USPS 044(00 Bartlett Tribune founded In 1884. Holland Progress lounded In 1891. U.S. SENATOR for TEXAS IWJKKM Iff f JBHI (HJlu IdW . . Circleville Philosopher I (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Johnsongrass farm on the San Gabriel Hlvcr discusses China this week more or less.) Dear Editor: As I understand it a lot of civilization originated in China like gunpowder and then for some reason China slid back and was passed by as civilization moved for. ward in other parts of the world. Now though civilization is returning to China. The Chinese government has just announced that it will allow installment-buying. For 30 percent down and the rest in monthly payments Chinese workers can buy television sets radios tape- recorders cameras washing machines etc. Maybe even walking plows. But the system is a little different from ours. If a Chinese buyer fails to keep up payments his colleagues a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 October 1982

Bulldogs Tribune-Progress Sports Thursday Oetober 14 1982 Pnge 5 fM "TJ t&S9gflK2BOHEHHHMMHHK Third Period Push Puts Thorndale Over Bartlett Bulldogs 34-6 &i J.i CONTACT! Thorndalo's Vernon Cook (20) collides with Sammy Joe Williams i Bulldog in white Jersey i during Friday night football action. Booster Club Elects Pierce The Bartlett Athletic Club met at the school Monday October 11 with president Raymond Lenz presiding. The group discussed the Halloween Carnival and plan to try to get dunking booths from Temple. Superintendent Archie Scott asked that anyone who would like to work in the concession stands during football games to contact Mrs. Zander. Barton Pierce was named Booster of the Week. The group saw a film of the Bartlett-Thorndale game and heard a scouting report on Thrall. Coach Sam Aldrich an- nounced that their would be no more junior varsity games this year. Slate Hank No. 2:120 IVtlenil lU-sme District o. II C'ONSOI.IDATKD KKPOItT OF CONDITION (liuiiiiling D...

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