The Aledo Leader and Willow Park Times (Aledo, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 37, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 11, 1989 Page: 2 of 16

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Willow Park Times • The Aledo Leader
Wednesday, October 11, 1989
The Aledo Leader • Willow Park Times
Community Events
ALEDO SCHOOLeCA9FETERIA MENU
MONDAY
BREAKFAST
Orange Juice
Cheese Toast
Milk
TUESDAY
BREAKFAST
Grape Juice
Fried Sausage
Buttered Waffles
Maple Syrup
Milk
LUNCH
Chicken Nuggets
Cream Gravy
Mashed Potatoes
Jello Fruit Salad
Enriched Bread
Milk
LUNCH
Corny Dogs Mustard
Mixed Vegetables
Pineapple Tidbits
Milk
WEDNESDAY
BREAKFAST
LUNCH
Apple Juice
Steak Fingers
French Toast Stix
Macaroni & Cheese
Peanut Butter
Blackeyed Peas
Hortey
Garden Salad
Milk
Enriched Bread
Milk
THURSDAY
BREAKFAST
LUNCH
Orange Juice
Bearcat Burgers
Cowboy Bread
LettuceT omatoes
Cheese Wedge
Sliced Pickles
Milk
French Fries Catsup
Chilled Pears
Milk
FRIDAY
BREAKFAST
LUNCH
Grape Juice
Beef Tacos
Fried Sausage
Grated Cheese
Cream Gravy
Shredded Lettuce
Hot Biscuits
Seasoned Beans
Milk
W'ford chamber begins membership drive
WEATHERFORD - Kickoff
for the 1989 Fall Membership
Drive for the Weatherford Cham-
ber of Commerce will begin with
a 7:30 am breakfast Tuesday,
October 17th.
The breakfast meeting will
be held at Jimmy's Pancake and
Waffle house, at 1927 Santa Fe
Drive. Reservations need to be
made by calling the Weatherford
Chamber Office by 3pm Mon-
day, October 16. 594-3801.
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Aledo Community Center
Calendar
Wed., Oct. II
7 p.rri. C.C. Board
7:30 p.m. Lions Club
Thurs., Oct. 12
1-3 Garden Club
Fri., Oct. 13
6:30 p.m. Bingo
Sat., Oct. 14
Eastman Reunion
Private
Mon., Oct. 16
10:30-2:30 Sr. Citizens
Tues., Oct. 17
4:45-6:15 Gymnastics
There were 16 Senior Citi-
zens present this week for their
weekly meeting at the Aledo
Community Center.
The door prize was won by
Mary Wiley.
In the morning 42 session
Stellah Parish and Ellen Brown
won on table #1. Opal Pittman
and Mary Wiley won on table
#2. The morning chickenfoot
round was won by Elrie Eskew.
The winners in the after-
noon 42 session were Loyse
Heady and Ellen Brown.
Gladys Ross won the afternoon
chickenfoot game.
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AMo fd on me nm WPWC Haunted House
to spook on October 31
The Aledo Volunteer Fire
Department had a relatively busy
week this week with fourteen
(14) calls.
September 29, - a fuel spill
at the Diamond Shamrock in
Linkcrest.
Oct. 1,-4 grass fires and an
automobile accident. The grass
fires were scattered and the
accident was on 1-20.
Oct. 2, - We had a report of
a structure fire at Old White
Settlement Rd. and Cattle Baron
Rd. No fire was found. On the
way home from this call we
drove up on an auto accident
just south of the interstate on
1187. Lifecare transported 1
patient for treatment.
Again on Oct. 2, - we
responded to a report of a fire
alarm going off at 212 Horse-
shoe Trail in the El Rancho
Estates. It was an electrical mal-
function and our tmck came
home after security cleared the
alarm.
Oct. 3, - We responded to a
fuel spill at the Diamond Sham-
rock at Linkcrest and a grass fire
at Old White Settlement Rd.
and Mesa Grande.
The listed responses total
13, but on one of the grass fires
we responded with 2 trucks
which makes a total of 14 runs.
Remember, this is Fire
Prevention Week. Be safe, drive
safely.
Remember, we do not so-
licit your business. When we
don't run, everybody is happier.
Have a good week!
Books arrive at library
ALEDO-Friends of the East
Parker County Library has just
purchased the Blue Bonnet
award books for 1989-90.
New titles to look for in the
young adult section are as
follows:
"The Blossoms Meet the
Vulture Lady" by Betsy Byars
"Herbie Jones and the Class
Gift" by Suzy Kline
"Goodbye, My Wishing
Star" by Vicki Grove
"Charley Skeddadle" by
Patricia Beatty
"Three Dog Winter" by
Elizabeth Van Steenwyk
"There's a Boy in the Girls'
Bathroom" by Louis Sachar o +
£ "The Orphan Train Quartet-a
Family Apart" by Joan Lowry
Nixon
"Rabble Starkey" by Lois
Lowry
"Great Ideas of Lila Fen-
wick" by Kate McMullen
New books in the juvenile
section include Newberry Medal
winners as follows:
"Joyful Noise" by Paul
Fleischinan
"Lincoln, a Photobiography"
by Russell Freedman
"A More Perfect Union-the
Story of Our Constitution" by
Betsy and Guilio Maestro
"The Pilgrims of Plymouth"
by Marcia Sewall
"I'm in Charge of Cele-
brations" by Byrd Baylor
"The Chalk Box Kid" by
Qyde Robert Bulla
New in the easy reader
section are Caldecott Honor
books including the following:
"Owl Moon" by Jane Tolen
and Caldecott Honor Book
"Mufaro's Beautiful Daugh-
ters" by John Steptoe
"Grandaddy's Place" by
Helen V. Griffith.
The library is located at 216
N. Front Street in Aledo.
For the second year in a
row, the Willow Park Women's
Club will offer area spooks and
goblins an alternative to door-to-
door trick or treating.
From 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. on
Tuesday night, Oct. 31, many of
the scarey ladies and their spous-
es will provide a safe, thrilling,
adventuresome trip through the
"spookified" Willow Park Muni-
cipal Building located on Ranch
House Road.
The WPWC fund-raising
event will have an admission fee
for those age 5 and older. Adults
will pay $2.00 and children will
pay $1.00, but the little spooks
and goblins will receive a candy
treat, donated by members, at the
end of their ghoulish trip.
All community members are
encouraged to participate in this
fund-raising event. Proceeds will
go back into community projects
in the spring.
Willow Park EMS cert ifiy eight in CPR
WILLOW PARK-The Wil-
low Park Volunteer Fire
Department Emergency Medical
Services team taught a class in
cardio pulmonary resusitation
Saturday at the Willow Park
Municipal Building which
certified eight people.
The EMS team consists of
Bob Farnham, Gearge Mayfield,
W' ford College faculty
star in Steel Magnolia
WEATHERFORD-Fall dra-
ma production Steel Magnolias is
being featured at Weatherford
College October 11 through 14
showing at 7:30 p.m. in the
college auditorium.
The comedy play will star
college faculty members Darlene
Garrett, Jeanine Irby and Nancy
McVean.
The play by Robert Harling
will also feature Deb Ahlefield,
Gina McAuley and Irene Tyre.
Admission will be $4.00 for
adults and $2.00 for students and
senior citizens.
Joe Podesta and Ricky Young.
Those people who were
certified are the following:
Wanda Addison
Mary Jo Baird
Pam Caulfield
Pat Chenault
Kirk Grable
Barbara Green
Henry Green
Dot Noe
Firemen hold demonstration
As part of Willow Park
Volunteer Fire Department
Awareness Week, the depart-
ment will hold a demostration
on the proper use of fire
extinguishers at Thrift Mart in
Willow Park from 10 am to 12
noon on Saturday, October 14.
Also children and adults are
welcome to come out and have
actual hands-on use of the fire
hoses on the trucks. Depart-
ment Fire Fighters and EMS
personnel will be available to
answer questions concerning the
department.
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Williams, Lon H. The Aledo Leader and Willow Park Times (Aledo, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 37, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 11, 1989, newspaper, October 11, 1989; Aledo, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1099302/m1/2/ocr/: accessed August 9, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting East Parker County Genealogy and Historical Society.

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