The Sachse Sentinel (Sachse, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 5, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 1, 1977 Page: 2 of 6
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AND CAKE DECORATING '
sharon ward wins
first place in mild chili contest
rev. jack coots wins
first place in hot chili contest
Mary Ann Dean, demostrated
several of her many decora-
ting techniques for the
Many guests were present to enjoy the
April meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to the
Sachse Volunteer Fire Department. After
the business session, which included
discussion of the upcoming rummage sale
and other fund-raising projects, the
members and their guests chatted leisurely
over the delicious variety of salads brought
for the spring salad supper. Dessert was a
special feature as everyone watched Mary
Ann Dean decorate and serve a lovely cake.
She demonstrated several decorating
techniques and brought pictures of some of
her recent creations. Many thanks to Mrs.
Dean for her interesting (and delicious)
presentation. The next meeting of the
auxiliary will be May 17th at 7:30 at the
Community Center. Bingo will be played
and refreshment will be served. Each
participant should bring a wrapped white
elephant gift to serve as a prize in the bingo
FROM OUT OF THE PAST
495- 1213 J
all church picnic
will be held in june
at sachse christian
The General Board voted to have the
Annual All-Church Picnic on June 12, in the
Activity Center. There will be lots of games
and activities planned and this will be a
most significant day in the life of the
church. Visitors and guests are always
invited. Start making plans now to attend.
The church furnishes beverages, eating
utensils, salt and pepper, napkins, etc.
Bring picnic-type food to be served buffet
Sachse Christian Church had its First
Annual Chili Cook-Off on Sat. April 16, with
20-2S gallons entered. Judging for the chili
was held at 5:00 p.m. and several of the
judges were from out of town and not
known. The decisions were unanimous and
it was fun to see them tasting from the
different bowls of chili trying to select the
best one that suited them. They did not
know who had cooked any of the chili as the
bowls were numbered and they only knew
numbers. We are happy that the chili was
sold so fast...it was all gone by 7:00 p.m.,
but we were sorry some did not get
served...those that came after 7:00. Next
year we will have 50 gallons, and have it
earlier in the year when the weather is
Winners were: Mild Division, Sharon
Ward...1st Place, trophy and $5.00 gift
certificate at Pauls Gro.; Jack Coots. . .2nd
Place, $5.00 gift certificate, at Paul's
Hot Division, Jack Coots...1st Place,
trophy and $5.00 gift certificate at Paul's
Gro.; Bill Warren...2nd Place, $5.00 gift
certificate at Paul's Grocery.
Veena Hooker sold the most tickets
winning a spice rack filled with McCormick
Door prizes were won by two members of
the same family. They were Papoose Smith
and Peg Smith on Bonanza. They each
received a spice rack filled with
TENNIS TOURNAMENT SUCCESSFUL
When you buy a
save the old one
for cleaning those hard-to-reach
spots. • Candles burn longer and drip
less if refrigerated before using. • For
cleaning under your telephone dial,
use a cotton swab. • Bath soap will
last longer if you unwrap the bars and
let them sit for a few weeks before
using • No guarantees, but cut flow-
ers are supposed to last longer if
stems are cut on a slant, dipped in
boiling water and placed immediately
in vase of cold water.
The First Annual Tennis Tournament of
Sachse Christian Church had 38 entries and
play began on April 11 instead of April 14 as
planned. The weather was rainy and bad
but with our indoor court the games went as
scheduled and lots of fun and good
fellowship was enjoyed by all.
Trophies were presented to the
following: Men's singles 1st Place, Bob
Foreman of Piano; 2nd place to Joe Miller
of Sachse; Ladies Singles, 1st Place to
Mary Coots of Sachse; Teens Singles, 1st
Place to Allan Jordan of Sachse; Mixed
Doubles, 1st Place went to Pat Warren of
Sachse and Hack Willeford of Garland.
Results were as follows: TEEN SINGLES,
under 18, First Hound: Allan Jordan def.
Becky Bailey 8-5; Ken Jordan def. Jill
Hicks 8-3; Ron Smith def. Tina Havener
8-0; Darrel Jordan def. Scotty Nix 8-3.
Second Round: A. Jordan def. K. Jordan
8-2; R. Smith def. I). Jordan 8-4.
Finals: Allan Jordan def. Ron Smith 7-6,
4 13 Miller H d.
LADIES SINGLES, First Round: Mary Coots
def. Jan Miller 8-0; Glenda Tait def. Marge
Herklotz 8-6; Alice Jones def. Pat Warren
8-6; Barbara Ashworth drew a bye.
Second Round: Coots def. Tait 8-5; Jones
def. Ashworth 8-5.
Finals: Coots def. Jones 7-5, 6-3.
MEN'S SINGLES, First Round: Dub Nix def.
J. Collie 8-4; Joe Miller def. Wesley Huck
8-4; Bill Warren def. Chuck Herklotz 9-7;
Bob Foreman def. Jack Oeslschlaeger 8-1;
Bob Foreman def. L. Buck 8-4.
Second Round: Miller def. Nix 8-6;
Foreman def. Warren 8-2.
Finals: Foreman def. Miller 6-4, 6-4.
MIXED DOUBLES, First Round: Bill
Warren-Glenda Tait def Wesley
Huck-Marge Herklotz 8-2; Hack Willeford-
Pat Warren def. Chuck Herklotz-Mary
Coots 8-4; Dub Nix-Jan Miller def Andy
Fetzik-Diana Nix 8-3; Bob Foreman-Ann
Foreman drew a bye.
Second Round: Willeford-Warren def.
Warren-Tait 8-6; Nix-Miller def. Foreman-
Finals: Willeford-Warren def. Nix-Miller
OFFICE SUPPLY CENTER, INC.
Office Furniture Repair
K. W. "Cris"Crisler
This picture, donated to The Sachse Sentinel by Mr. Frank Harper,
is a school picture of some of the early residents of Sachse, some
who still reside here. The exact date of the picture is not known.
Those pictured are: Rosco Brand, Ewell Sims, Sam Hutson, Delbert
Sims, Sadie Sachse, Lora Wright, Professor McDonald, Lloyd House,
Oran Bailey, Laura Sachse, Susie Hutson, Nell Herring, Olin
McCallum, Fountain Ogle, Rex House, Chesley Boyd and
I am a slow walker, but I never walk backwards.
CHILDREN CELEBRATE EASTER
"Good News" actually seems to be an
inadequate term to express the fact that
"Jesus Christ is alive and well!" The full
impact of that message is brought to us
anew each springtime as we celebrate
Easter. Easter is when we recall that the
Christ-child, whose birth brought such
festivity at Christmas-time grew up and
accomplished the seemingly impossible
task His love sent Him to do. Through His
victory over sin, sickness, and death He
restored Hope eternal to all who place their
trust in Him These happy tidings prevaded
each night of the Easter Bible Club at
Sachse Assembly of God Church April 4th,
5th, and 7th. All area children were invited
to participate in these special services
which featured singing, flannelgraph
presentations, scripture reading, puppets
and surprise treats. The events of Palm
Sunday, the Lord's Supper, the arrest and
crucifixion, the Resurrection and
Ascension were all described so that each
child's understanding of this, the greatest
of all seasons, would be greatly enriched.
The next series of special studies for
children will be the annual Vacational
Bible School at a date to be announced
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Citizens for a Better Sachse. The Sachse Sentinel (Sachse, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 5, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 1, 1977, newspaper, May 1, 1977; Sachse, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth347584/m1/2/: accessed September 26, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sachse Public Library.