The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 83, No. 33, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 11, 1970 Page: 5 of 8
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Youth of the First' Baptise
P.VinrpTi ntif.nrf.nlnnrl f.Vir vnllf.h
and their sponsors of the Me-Nr.mn.n Lange.
mnrSnl Hnnfinf. n.liiirfYi nf Tom.' MOBteSSeS Were
pie and the First Baptist Lange Harold Jones
Bridal Tea Fetes
Miss Carol Volney
A bridal tea honoring Miss
Carol Volney bride-elect of
Gayle Jones was hold Sunday
evening in the home of Mrs.
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into golden grain.
"Now" said the hen "Who
will help me reap the vheat7"
"Not I" said the cow.
"Not I" said the horse.
D. A. Swope Jr.
Susan Sladovnik and D. A.
rilE BARTLETT TRIBUNE
Thursday June 11 1970
Mesdames.fln!d the pig.
"Out 'of mv classification" Swope Jr 1970 graduates of.Rinrlol SllOWPr
id the Sb- cla331tcatlon' Bartlett High School were hon- miUcU OlAUYVLI
.... .... i fiTnri w rn n oiifiniwiri
Ail 1.1 " 'fl nan TttV AI1M" anlA fhn vtwu f?wi t ottiiiiiiuuk
m rinrr.' vow tj wwi quiu wh . .
iwi sheen. ianu supper msc xnursuay even
party Miss Carol Volney
elect of Gayle Homer
centerpiece an arrangement of
pink carnations white gladioli
and fern was flanked on either
side by white wrought iron can-
delabra holding nine hot pink
'candles. Large pink satin bows
with streamers hung at various
bride- points around the edge of the
Jones table. All appointments were in
Church of Rogers with a fel- "g Vs7patsv Fetou-' "Then I will" said the little & at -Stagecoach Inn Country was honored with a miscell- crystal and silver. Presiding at
lZ& nLZr?it oi. MlSsPat8y FergU"red hen" and "he did? IltUeOlub. flr. and Mrs Bob Ford aneous shower Sunday after- the punch service was Miss
lowing the evening worship s0"
service at the church
youth were assisted by
Games of volleyball
sintrinj was enjoyed by
group during the evening.
rrun. Mrs. Stcirlich irrontnd flin
tho Bifesis and composing the re- tne our:
iceiving line were the honoree I "Not V said the
'iils3 Volney. her mother. Mrs. "I'd lose my un
to ex- ed with a beige lace cloth over The pig said "I'd lose my I ?TrnnKIV rU Sn Grl&?y it.Mll3 Janie Volney sister of; Jones
e who I)ink nct a"d centered with an welfare benefits." a oi J"8 A-SwPe. Mrs. the honoree registered the couple.
iheWa sement of pink flowers.! The sheep said "If I'm the . A' s'adovn Mr. and Mrs. guests. i The
'uu All appointments worn in Hvor only onn hnlnino-. thnt'a HiRP.Hm. Bo? i.ord n.d Suzanne and Mr. The bride's chosen colors of June 2
and iils3 Volney her mother Mrs. "l'd losc my unemployment
tu0 pan Volney and the prospec-.comPen8ation." said the horse
i live bridem'ooms mother. Mrs J And when it came time to
Refreshments of home-made 'Homer Jones. bake.th9 brend the cow said
ice cream was served to ap- Mrs. AIbert Volney presided I "That's overt me for me."
nroximatelv 100 vouth and 30 ntihe guest registry. I The horse said "I'm a drop-
adults i lne 8erving table was cover- out. I never learned how."
The youth would like
press their thanks to those
nqqir.fofl with flip. rnfrPHhrfiAtlfrt
am appointments were in s Ivor only one ne nincr. that's discnm
J ! J .....'
HT f Arm ' u piiik crystal. ination."
ManV UUt-Ul-IOWn Assisting at the serving table "Then I'll do it alone" said
J . WOrn MVa. TTnml1 Tnnn.. nM1 flin Ifffln vriA Unn o1 aUn ASA
--- . s ia u JHiO IW1U Wiw lldblU A bU It Wilt UllU JilU U1U
Mrs. Cecil Joyce. She baked five loaves of fine
Other hostesses assisted as bread and held them up for her
floating hostesses. I neighbors to see.
"I want some" said the cow.
"I want some" said the horse.
"I want some" said the pig.
"I demand my share" said
"No" said the little red hen.
"I can rest a while and eat the
five leaves all by myself."
"Excess profits" cried the
"Capitalistic leacn scream-
When it came time to grind. and r and Mrs' Rk?rt Ford noon May 31 at the Granger June Vitek and Mrs. Henry E.
'"'c noma iui tiiu anair. jorctnren renowsnip ouuaing. vitek served tne cake.
Those attending the courtesy Hostesses were Mrs. Henry The gift table was laid with
were the honor guests D. A. E. Vitek of Granger and Mrs. a white cloth accented with
and Susan Nancy White Lana Carl Langenegger of George- white wedding bolls. Large
Hill Vickey Hightower Nancy town aunts of the bride-elect white satin bows with stream-
Guenzel Cindy Schleede Sally and Mrs. Alvin J. Bohac of San ers hung at various points
Sladovnik Valorie Street Deb-' Antonio and Miss June Vitek around the edge of the table
bie Isabel of San Angelo Bruce of San Marcos cousins of the Special guests were Mrs.
Swope Steven Ren Sladovnik. honoree. Daniel Volnov nnd Mrs. Homer
Franklin Fischer Don Grigsby Miss Janie Volney sister of ' Jones mothers of the betrothed
Here To Attend
Mrs. 0. J. Koepke
TVfnnv nnt-nf.tnwn frionf?n
and relatives were here Satur-
day to attend the funeral ser-
vices for TomDouglas.
Among the out-of-town ri i
were: Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Mc- ULTCie JLVieet
Lean of Rogers; Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Le- Mrs. O. J. Koepke was host-
wis Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. R. ess to the Evening Circle nf thn
A. Klufzall of Dallas; Mr. I Presbyterian Church when the)
and Mrs. Robert Ford.
couple will be
June 20th. at tho
hot pink and white were fea- Brethren Church
tured in the decorations.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH J The serving table was laid
Rev. Doyle Darwin Paator with a pink cloth and an overlay
SUNDAY JUNE 14: 'of hot pink English tulle. Tho
9:00 a. m. Will O Bell Ser-1
9:45 a. m. Sunday School
10:50 a. m. Morning Wor-
ship 6:15 p. m. Youth Meeting
6:30 p. m. Teachers and
7 :00 p. m. Evening Worship
WUDNliSDAY JUNE 17:
7 :00 p. m. Prayer Meeting
and Business Meeting.
Mrs. Lula Bell Donnell has
returned home from a visit in
of organization met at her homo cd the horse
"Company fink" grunted the
ojid Mraf.Claude Baker
iLbckhartj Fred Harrison of Tuesday morning for their re
Jarrell; Mrs. Beulah SfchUltzi tflarmonthly meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fikos of The chairman Miss Norma "Equal rights" demanded the
Granger; Mr. and Mrs. John Beckman presided over the sheep.
Partain and Luke Partain of .meeting and gave the opening I And they hurriedly painted
Taylor; Mr. and Mrs. Pete Holt prayer. The scripture lesson 'picket signs and marched
of Richardson Mrs. L. J. Moon was presented from Psalm 2t around the little red hen sing
ing "We Shall Overcome."
You know they did!
So when the farmer came to
investigate the commotion he
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coker of Hoi- Mrs. Erwin Raeke secretary
land; Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ro- reported 8 visits and 22 cards
bison of Killeen ; Alvin Watson for the month. Mrs. O. J. Koep-
Of Waco; E. D. Street of ke pave the treasurer's ronort.
Brqwnwood; Charles Douglas It was announced that there said "You must not be greedy.
of Mart; Miss Janice Bomar of would be no meeting until Sep- little red hen. Look at the op-
Gatesville; Mr. and Mrs Hay- tember. pressed cow look at the dis-
wood Robison and Douglas of Miss Cora Beckman was pro- advantaged horse look at the
Thiboudeaux La. ! gram leader and presented "Our underprivileged pig and look
Also Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ministry." at the less fortunate sheep. You
Crews Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Refreshments were served are guilty of making second-
Warnck Mr. and Mrs. Nick hv the hostess assisted by Mrs. class citizens of them."
England Mrs. Mane Melvin ' jaVs Bailey to the following:! "But ... but . . ." said the
Mr. and Mrs. Egon Friedrich.uira. Alfred Wacker Mrs. E.1 little red hen. "I earned the
mv. ana iurs. oiyae uapps e. Lindemann Mrs. James Bai- bread."
Mrs. Frank Kimbrough Mr.' ley Mrs. Erwin Raeke Misses) "Exactly" the wise farmer
ana mrs. uoy sneppara L.eo Norma and Cora Beckman and said. "That's the wonderful free
enterprise system. Anybody in
the barnyard can earn as much
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Aller-
kamp of Comfort visited here
with Mrs. Alice Powitzky this
week and attended the funeral
services of Melvin Goodnight.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin L. Scott!
and boys were visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. D. F. Sherwood last
week enroute to their home in
Mrs. Jewell Malone Mrs. I
J. Mankins and Mrs. Lula Bell .
Donnell were Taylor visitors
Mrs. Jewell Malone Mrs.
Railie Whitlow Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Dillard and Herbert Hill
visited Mrs. Alice Jones in a
Temple hospital Sunday.
We Appreciate Your Fine Acceptance
of Our Second Anniversary Sale
We always appreciate your business
and invite vou to visit us often.
Prize winners during our sale were:
1st: Mrs. Jack Bridges Jarrell
2nd: Miss Susan McBay Bartlett
3rd: Mrs. Bob Ford Bartlett
Door prize for first to register:
Mrs. Jalane Marek Bartlett
Tracy's Dress Shop
Grimm Mr. and Mrs. George the hostess Mrs. Koepke.
-rwugiu wuue juancaster Mr.
and Mrs. Bunk Street Mr. and
ana Mrs. jsuiik street Mr. and .tit T"' 1 If ' 1 ...
Mrs. Fred Schultz Mr. and iVlrS. KlTK IVlllgllt
..U u WUMW UWJJVIMI1U A&Ul UUJUi"
land Mrs. Robert Hodge Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Bridges Mr. and
Mra. Kenneth Townsend Mr.
and Mrs. Gene Townsend Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Townsend
and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Town-
send all of Salado; Mrs. Mar
garet Wells Melvin Friedrich
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Fer-
rell Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Boyd
all of Belton; Mr. and Mrs.
William Messer Sam Street
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brock Travis
Brock Mr. and and Mrs. L. J.
Howard Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Douglas Sharron and Paul
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tomecek
and Mrs. Alene Dillard all of
Temple; Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Klein Mr. and Mrs. Lorain
Kauitzsch Mrs. Tommy Har-
din Mrs. Gary Lemmond Dr.
and Mrs. Claude Baker. Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne "Belyeu.
alof Austin ; Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert Koch of Hearne.
Hosts Bridge Club
as ne wants iou snouid oe
happy to have this freedom.
In other barnyards you would
have! to give all five loaves
TlTw TTi..1. Tr iUi- Mi.nu4-n; VVUI tU tUU liUlUUl 11LLC J WW
her home last week. ferine nb"' llvpil hnnnilv
m t.. nBiiw h.M h!Bj' And they a11 hved happily
tn.nLfinilftnnn lever after including the little
Those attending the courtesy
se auenaing me courtesy t ' .
Mesdames Bailey E. C. and cl"cked' am grateful
Brune Robert Ford Jewel
Ford Oscar Koepke Oscar
Lange Elmer Cryer and Mrs.
red hen who smiled and smiled
But her neighbors wondered
why she never baked any more
Announcing - - -
A. J. Zvonek unsuccessful
candidate for County Judge
"I have congratulated Mr.
Luther Chance and wish for
him every success.
"It was and is my belief
that a good hard-fought clean
political campaign is beneficial
to our democratic system. The
campaign for County Judge cre-
ated new interest in our county
government and I trust that a
contribution has been made to-
ward continued improvement
and progress for Williamson
"It is now our duty to sup-
port our elected officials and
work together for the future of
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MR. and MRS. EDGAR (SLIM) LANGE Owners and Operator
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Ford, Robert C., Jr. The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 83, No. 33, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 11, 1970, newspaper, June 11, 1970; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth82357/m1/5/: accessed August 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.