The Tulia Herald (Tulia, Tex.), Vol. 81, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 16, 1989 Page: 7 of 38
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1989
BALLOONS GALORE—A bevy of balloons are ready to launch by high
school students (left to right), Stephanie Sanderson, Amanda
Vaughn, Page Lacey, Leah Rolen, Deon Byrd, Apryl House, Taml Hill,
Kim McCune and Mrs. Hulsey. —School photo
TRT GUESTS—Muriel and Bill
Rice, guests of Tulia Retired Teach-
'Letter To Flag'
Heard By Tulia
Tulia Retired Teachers met at the
Steak House Monday, Nov. 6, with Bill
Rice of Amarillo as speaker.
Growing up in Kaufman, Tex., Rice
attended Tarlcton State, A and M, and
after his military service, S.M.U.
He and his wife, Muriel, have two
sons and one grandson. For 29 years, a
carpet salesman, a member of Amarillo
West Rotary Club and the Baptist
Church, Bill Rice and his family have
lived in Amarillo since 1950.
His presentation to the Retired
Teachers was a "Letter to the Flag" in
which he told of what the flag means to
him, including freedom and peace.
The recitation ended with, "Tonight
we honor you—We love you."
Guests for the meeting included Bill
and Muriel Rice, Cy Freeman, Dewey
Bryant, Jack Olcr and Jack Littlejohn.
Monday, Nov. 20: Breakfast-Sau-
sage, biscuits, juice, milk
Lunch-Chili burgers on kitchen made
buns, French fries, onions and pickles,
tossed salad, fruit, milk
Tuesday, Nov. 21: Breakfast-Cereal,
toast, fruit, milk
Lunch-Baked turkey, gravy, dress-
ing, cranberry sauce, green beans,
kitchen made loafbrcad, pumpkin pic/
Wednesday, Nov. 22: Breakfast-Pan-
cakes, syrup, juice, milk
Lunch-Sandwiches, potato chips,
baked beans, lettuce and tomato salad,
Nov. 23-24-Thanksgiving holidays.
THE TULIA (Swisher County) HERALD
Will Lead Revival
At Calvary Baptist
"A Season For Souls" will be the
theme of a Nov. 26 - 29 evangelistic
crusade at the Calvary Baptist Church,
701 North El Paso in Tulia. Leading the
event will be the Rev. Rix Tillman,
minister of evangelism at San Jacinto
Baptist Church in Amarillo.
The Rev. Tillman, who has a master's
degree in music, will both preach and
lead music. He is to bring both his trum-
pet and his guitar for the music.
The Rev. Mark Phelps, pastor of
Calvary Baptist Church, said the revival
begins with the 10:55 a. m. Sunday,
Nov. 26, worship service and continues
at 7 o'clock nightly Sunday through
The community is invited to all serv-
ices, according to the Rev. Phelps.
Noble Injured In
SENIOR PARENTS’ NIGHT - Parents of senior foot-
ball players and cheerleaders were recognized In a
pre-game ceremony Friday night. Fathers of Hornet
players wore their son’s jerseys. - Staff photo
What Is A Speech-Language Pathologist?
BLOWING UP BALLOONS—Shown helping blow up balloons In high
school for the Drug Free Society campaign are (left to right): Clifton
George, Toby McDowell, Newt Hendricks and Layne Young.
THS POSTER WINNERS—Winning the Tulia High School poster
contest for a Drug Free Society from the art classes were the following
students (left to right): Cory Sanders, freshman; Merldlth Gruben,
sophomore; Robin Ober, junior; and Newt Hendricks, senior.
A 30-year-old Tulia man, Billy Dale
Noble, suffered serious but not life-
threatening injuries in a one-vehicle
accident at approximately 1 a. m. Thurs-
day, Nov. 9.
According to DPS Trooper Claudie
Hinkle, Noble was riding alone in a
1984 Dodge Ram 50 pickup which "ran
head-on into an embankment at a T-
intersection, five miles northeast of
Tulia on a county dirt road. He report-
edly was not wearing a scat belt.
Noble struck the steering wheel of the
He reportedly sustained a broken
right arm, a broken jaw, injuries to both
knees, deep facial lacerations and "cuts
and bruises all over his head."
J im Kiker came upon the accident and
reported it to authorities. Trooper
Hinkle brought the injured man to
Swisher Memorial Hospital. He was
transferred to an Amarillo hospital in a
private vehicle by his parents.
Noble, who resides at 118 Northwest
5th, is a construction worker.
The pickup was destroyed.
Swisher 4-H Show
2 Ttirkey Shoots
A Turkey shoot will be held on Nov.
19 and Dec. 3 at Tulia. The Swisher
County 4-H Show fund will sponsor the
The shoots will begin at 1:30 p.m.
each day. The location is two miles cast
of Tulia on F.M. 1318, two miles north
and then one mile east.
Prizes will include turkeys or cash.
Light refreshments will he available.
For more information call David
Gibson, 995-3726; Henry Roach, 995-
2477 or Donald Adams, 668-4618.
About six percent of all American
households now have computers.
Thursday, Nov. 16: American Educa-
Friday, Nov. 17: End of six weeks;
basketball vs. Nazareth, here; American
Saturday, Nov. 18: UIL super confer-
ence; FFA Area I leadership contest,
Monday, Nov. 20: Begin six weeks
Tuesday, Nov. 21: Basketball vs.
Wednesday, Nov. 22: Report cards
Highland Elementary School
Book Fair November 15-22
Highland Elementary School will
host its annual Book Fair between
November 15, and November 22. The
Book Fair will be located in the center
hall on the first floor of the building.
Highland students will be visiting the
Book Fair during regular hours as a part
of their normally scheduled library pe-
riod. Parents and visitors may visit the
Book Fair when classes arc not in ses-
sion: 8:00-8:30 a. m.; 12:00 noon-12:30
p.m.; and 3:25-3:45 p.m.
The selection of books and other
items will range in prices from 24c up to
S6.96. Videos will be available this year
priced from $12.95 to $14.95.
"Ibis would be an excellent time to
do some early Christmas shopping.
Come and visit and make reading fun for
someone you love," Book Fair organiz-
TIME FOR A -J UP £3
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A Speech-Language Pathologist is a
professional trained in the study of
human communication, its normal de-
velopment, and its disorders. By evalu-
ating speech and language skills of chil-
dren and adults, the Speech-Language
Pathologist determines if communica-
tion problems exist and decides the best
way to treat these problems.
Characteristics of common commu-
nication disorders include:
I. Language Disorders
A. Delayed Language is marked by
slowness in the onset and development
of language skills necessary for express-
ing ideas and for understanding the
thoughts and ideas one hears or reads.
B. Aphasia is the loss of speech
and language abilities following brain
damage resulting sometimes from a
stroke or head injury.
II. Speech Disorders
A. Articulation is marked by diffi-
culties with the way sounds arc formed
and strung together.
B. Stuttering is interruptions in the
flow or rhythm of speech.
C. Voice is marked by inappropri-
ate pitch, loudness, or quality.
III. Hearing Disorders
A. Conductive hearing loss occurs
in the cuter or middle car. Speech and
other sounds may be heard faintly, often
B. Scnoricneural hearing loss oc-
curs in the inner car or auditory nerve
and causes one to hear speech sounds
faintly and sometimes in a distorted
way; words may sound slurred or lack-
ing in clarity.
C. Auditory Perceptual difficulties
arc marked by learning problems which
stem from an inability to utilize auditory
The language, Speech and Hearing
program is considered an integral part of
the total educational program of the
Swisher-Briscoe Special Education Co-
op. For further information about
Speech-Language Pathology services,
call Martha Sheets, Director of Special
Education Swisher-Briscoe Coopera-
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RING THAT VICTORY BELL - Hornet mascot Kristie McCain rings the
victory bell as the Hornets take out Dimmitt and advance to bi-district.
_________ - Staff photo
TULIA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
Combined Statement Of Revenues, Expenditures, And
Changes In Fund Balances All Governmental Fund Types
And Similiar Trust Funds
Year Ended August 31, 1989
Local, Intermediate, and Out-of-State
State Program Revenues
Federal Program Revenues
Instructional Resources and Media Services
Instructional Research and Development
Curriculum and Personnel Development
Communication and Dissemination
Guidance and Counseling Services
Attendance and Social Work Service
Pupil Transportation - Regular
Pupil Transportation - Exceptional Children
Plant Maintenance and Operations
Facilities Acquisition and Construction
Data Processing - Management
Data Processing - Development
Data Processing - Interfacing (Tech. Asst.)
OTHER RESOURCES AND USES:
Total Other Resources and (Uses)
Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues and Other
Resources Over Expenditures & Other Uses
Fund Balance - September 1 (Beginning)
. Increase (Decrease) in Fund Balance
Fund Balance - August 31 (Ending)
GOVERNMENTAL FUND TYPES
GOVERNMENTAL AUGUST 31,
FUND REVENUE FUND
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Tooley, Wendell. The Tulia Herald (Tulia, Tex.), Vol. 81, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 16, 1989, newspaper, November 16, 1989; Tulia, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth507128/m1/7/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Swisher County Library.