The Sentinel (Sachse, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 16, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 20, 1988 Page: 7 of 16
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Sachse Youths to Compete
In 4-H Show in Frisco
BY KRISTI LUMAN
North Garland has been brim-
ming with activities the past few
weeks. Lots of competitions
among students and with other
Both the first and second
bands earned a first division
rating at UIL competition. Amy
Walter, Natalie Ramsey and Gina
and Annie Breitling took part.
In the annual Powder Puff
game, the juniors defeated the
seniors 14-0. Laura Bartlett
played for the seniors. Gina
Kirkpatrick and Renee Solar
coached the senior cheerleaders
and Todd Puckett announced.
David Weaver, junior, was crown-
ed Powder Puff King.
Amy Walter will be Student
Council vice president next year
and Karen Horton will serve as
senior class president.
After performing an original
routine for the school and a
routine which the senior cheer-
leaders created for the judges,
cheerleaders were selected.
Solar and Kirkpatrick worked on
the routine. Cari Jones, sopho-
more, will be a varsity cheer-
leader next year.
Shaun Henderson, who moved
to Milwaukie, OR from Sachse
last summer, has been elected vp
of his senior class for next year.
The Marauder yearbook staff
has received the Pica Award from
Josten's Publishing Company for
meeting every deadline. Solar
was .editor; Kirkpatrick, people
editor; Kristi Luman, features
editor; Melanie Paschetag and
Sara Ash, staff members.
At the annual cheerleader ban-
quet, Kirkpatrick was named
"most spirited cheerleader."
Sachse Spring Cleanup
Set April 29 - May 6
Annual spring cleanup for the
City of Sachse will take place
April 29-May 6.
Residents and businesses may
use the dumpsters at City Hall
and the park on Williford and
those who aren't able to take ex-
tra large items to those places
may leave them curbside on
Mondays and Thursdays.
Three Sachse members will go
to the District 4-H Round-Up Con-
test in Frisco next Saturday, April
23. They are Ellen Forminak, who
will accessorize scarves in the
fashion show competition; Clark
Forminak, who will demonstrate
roofing; and April Baker, who will
enter the water conservation
Leader Pam Baker said that in
preparation for the Round-Up
each member chose a topic,
researched it and gave a method
demonstration, illustrated talk or
led a group demonstration.
Seven members presented
programs on hair care, nail care,
scarves, water conservation, roof-
ing, and how to escape a night-
time fire. "We came home from
the county show with four blue
ribbons and three reds. Sachse
had the hest representation of
any club in the county."
Presently, the group is working
on a County Fashion Show. The
youngsters can either sew or may
enter the consumer division.
They will go before three judges
and will be asked questions con-
cerning the outfit they made or
The fashion show will be held
in downtown Dallas at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, April 26.
The next meeting is from 6 to
8 p.m. Thursday, April 28 at the
First United Methodist Church.
The program will be on bicycles
and a possible community bike
project will be discussed.
Laughing Matters, selected and
edited by Gene Shalit, is a new
600-page compilation of the best
in humor from classic funny
people such as Robert Benchley,
Dorothy Parker and Ring Lardner
to today's Woody Allen and
Thrown in for good measure
are favorites of radio and movies,
poets and cartoonists.
The book is a wonderful re-
source for would-be comedians
or students reporting on that field,
but best of all, its pages serve up
some genuine entertainment of
say Jack Benny, Fred Allen or
Mel Brooks when the tube has
nothing better to offer than Love
Connection or Perfect Strangers.
Check out this masterpiece at
the Sachse Library.
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Liner, Reba. The Sentinel (Sachse, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 16, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 20, 1988, newspaper, April 20, 1988; Sachse, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth347723/m1/7/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sachse Public Library.