The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 82, No. 46, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 18, 1969 Page: 2 of 8
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Hiuraday September 18 1969
THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE
VIETNAM TOUR SHORTENS
FOR FORMER RESIDENT
Howard Meissner former
resident in a short note to the
Tribune editor this week
stated that he has 80 days re-
maining on his Vietnam tour.
Meissner suys " it has been a
most interesting one but it is
always hard to spend 18
months away from home and
you have Wg
Meissner's new assignment
will be with the Aviation Sec-
tion of the 6th Marine Divi-
sion Camp Pendleton Cali-
fornia. In his note Meissner stated
that he and Dick Cagle local
resident were located togeth-
er at Chu Lai for a couple of
Old Milwaukee Beer is now
available in 6-packs at 99c at
Six-Ten Drive-In Grocery.
MRS. STEVEN VAN DYCK
Miss Sharon Suzanne White
Steven Van Dyck Wed In Austin
Miss Sharon Suzanne White
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aub-
rey Lowell White of Austin be-
came the bride of Steven Sch-
arven Van Dyck son of Lt. Col-
onel (Ret.) and Mrs. John Floyd
Van Dyck of Austin Saturday
Sept. Gth at the Hyde Park
Baptist Church. Dr. Ralph M.
Smith officiated at the double-
ring ceremony and a church re-
The bride granddaughter of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Kasparek of Bartlett is a grad-
uate of Reagan High School and
is a secretary with the Basic
The groom is a graduate of
McCallum High School and is a
junior accounting major at the
University of Texas. He is also
employed by the Internal Rev-
enue Service Center as a tax
The bride given in marriage
by her father chose a formal
gown of white taffeta with
sheer overlay in cage effect.
Jeweled Alencon lace formed
the yoke and short sleeves and
extended in columns down the
front of the gown bordering tho
hem line. A Watteau train in
Chapel length was attached to
the back yoke. A Calot of jewel
ed lace leaves held her layered
veil of silk illusion. She carried
a cascade bouquet of white
mums and carnations entwined
with English ivy.
Mrs. Donald Patrick White of
Austin sister-in-law of the
bride served as matron of hon-
or. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Mau-
rice Zaleski of Temple and Miss
Debbie Hedge of San Antonio
both cousins of the bride.
The attendants wore formal
gowns of apricot Saki. Their
headpieces were Dior bows of
I apricot satin. They carried bou-
queis oi wnue mums.
William C. Parker served as
oest man. uroomsmen were
Craig Van Dyck brother of the
groom and Donald Patrick
White brother of the bride.
Ushers were John Konrath Van
Dyck another brother of the
groom and Maurice Zaleski of
Following a wedding trip to
the Gulf Coast the couple will
reside in Austin.
To us bolng a part of tho Texo3 Intorcon-
noctcd System Is on Important connoctlon. To
you It's ossuranco tho eloctric power you
nocd Is always thoro-to cook your food
wash your dlshos cool your homo.
Tho Toxas Interconnected System Is mado
up of Texas Power & Light Company and
eight othor Toxas eloctric utilities. They'ro
Interconnected so that whon nocossary
emergency power requirements of any par-
ticular system may bo Instantly supplied by
other members of TIS. t
This vast network covoib 75 of tho Stnto
of Toxasl Its operation Is coordinated through
Enorgy Security Centers In Dallas and Austin
whoro vigilant mon and computoro oro on duty
around tho clock ... so tho eloctric powor
you need will always bs thero.
Membership In tho Texas Interconnected
Systom Is u3t ono of tho many "extras" from
TP&L-to assuro you tho utmost reliability in
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A lax-paying Invostor-ownod oloctric utility
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can you get a finer
more delightful more
satisfying beer than
Lone Stan! And you
can prove it just
buy a case !
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Our big one: Caprice
Monte Carlo. Our whole new field of one.
The first truly luxurious personal car even us guys who work
for a Jiving can afford.
Big 350-cuhic-inch V8. Power disc brakes. Deep twist carpeting.
Some car the Monte Carlo.
Some cars will be wishing we had never brought it out.
Moving on. Caprice.
The perfect car for "the big car man."
For J 970 we gave it a new grille new 250-hp standard V8 new
Our tough one: Chevelle SS 396
fiberglass-belted tires new colors new trim.
New headaches for higher priced cars.
Moving on. Chevelle SS 396. - '
The Chevellest Chevelle yet. ....
Now you can order a Cowl Induction Hood to help the horses
breathe. All 350 of them.
To your Chevrolet dealer's.
Putting you first keeps us first.
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Ford, Robert C., Jr. The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 82, No. 46, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 18, 1969, newspaper, September 18, 1969; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth82319/m1/2/: accessed February 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.