The Tulia Herald (Tulia, Tex.), Vol. 86, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 28, 1994 Page: 4 of 16
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THE TULIA (Swisher County) HERALD
THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1994
PAIR OF WINNERS — Rente Bor-
chardt and Skylar LlttteftekJ war*
a pair of winners In the Plalnvtew
tournament Rente won first place
in trampoline and second place In
tumbling. Skylar won second
place In trampoline and second
place In tumbling. Ranle competed
Saturday In Dalhart. Skylar will be
unable to compete the rest of the
year because of a broken arm.
— Courtesy photo
announces Fall 1994 Airshow
Escorted Bus Trips
Reese AFB, Lubbock,Texas
Write To John Maurin
P. O. Box 609
LANELLE DOVEL, COUNTY TREASURER
JANUARY 01, 1994 THRU MARCH 31, 1994
SWISHER COUNTY FREE LIBRARY
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HOT CHECK FEE FUND
SWISHER CO HEALTH BENEFIT PLAN
CO OF SW STATE TRUST FUND
PERFORMANCE REWARD GRANT
PRECINCT NO. 1
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PRECINCT NO. 2
LATERAL ROAD NO. 2
PRECINCT NO. 3
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HISPANIC & COMMUNITY in
Action will sponsor a mixed volley-
ball tournament Saturday, April 30 in
the former National Guard Armory.
Entry feed is $40. First, second and
third place individual tee-shirts will
be awarded. For more information or
to enter call 995-4324, 995-3495 or
TULIA RETIRED TEACHERS
Association will meet at 3 pjn. Mon-
day , May 2 at Lossons Restaurant in
Kress. Car pooling will be at the First
Christian Church, leaving promptly
at 2:45 p.m. The Health Committee is
in charge of the program.
CLINIC AT CITY DRUG—A spe-
cial clinic to do blood pressures and
blood sugars will be conducted Mon-
day, May 2 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at
City Drug Store, 148 S. Maxwell by
Texas Department of Health. Walk
ins sign in at door and will be seen on
a first come, first serve basis. A small
fee is based on income. For further
information call Texas Department
of Health at 995-3438 or City Drug at
^ By Johnny Daniels ^
•April 18, 10:10-10:30 p.m. Small grass
fire at softball field. Twenty men and units
81, 82, 84 and 86 responded.
•April 20.11 pjn.-12 midnight. Small trash
fire at Kan-Tex on 6th Street nineteen men
and unit 81 responded.
•April 21, 4:40-7:45 aun. Fire in storage
tanks at Swisher County FcedloL Seventeen
men and units 81, 82, 83, 84, 86, 87 and 88
•April 23, 8:45-9:26 pjn. Hay fire, fives
miles east on Love Road and one mile south
on county road. Eleven men and units 81,86
and 88 responded.
WOMEN’S DIVISION of the Tulia
Chamber of Commerce asks that
members bring western items such as
bandanas, windmills, etc. to be used
to decorate the C-C banquet tables to
Rhonda Rogers at First State Bank or
Rose Lee Powell at Swisher Appraisal
GERANIUM SALES — Omicron
Study Club's Annual Geranium Saks.
$3.00 for a 4 inch pot. Fushia and rose
pink offered. Contact Robin Nelson,
995-2493; Cynthia Finck, 627-4741; or
Kenee Borchardt, 995-3827. 2t
BOB WILLS DAY — The tradi-
tional Bob Wills Day in Turkey will be
Saturday, April 30.
special clinic to administer immuni-
zations will be conducted Wednes-
day, May 11 from 9 to 11:30 ajn. and
1 to 4:30 pjn. at the Texas Department
of Health Office, 219 SE 2nd (old
Steakhouse). Call for an appointment,
walk ins should sign up at the door
and will be seen on a first come first
serve basis. Immunizations offered
include Polio, DPT, Td, MMR, HIB
for appropriate ages, and Hepatitis B
for infants and high risk adolescents.
Fees are charged on a sliding scale
depending on monthly income. For
further information call 995-3438.
MAMMOGRAPHY UNIT DUE —
On Wednesday, May 11, from 10 a.m.
to 2:30 p.m., the Don and Sybil
Harrington Cancer Center and High
Plains Baptist Hospital mobile
mammography unit will be at Swisher
Memorial Hospital in Tulia, 539 SE
2nd. Exams are done by appointment
only. Total cost of the screening is $70,
and this includes x-ray, physical breast
exam and the radiology fee for reading
the mammogram. For information or
to schedule an appointment call 1-800-
377-4673 or 806/359-4473.
By Jo Alice Garrett
Swisher County Library was honored to
be included in Happy Elementary School's
Texas History Day” activities on Friday.
April 15. Kindergarten-2nd grade came in
the morning and 3-5th grades attended in the
afternoon. Eight teachers and two parents
also came, for a total of 128. They were all so
attentive and polite—justs joy to have in the
Library! The Library has special displays of
Taxana books, fiction and non-fiction, and a
pretty bulletin board representing Texas he-
roes and events.
The Library also obtained a special film,
'The Star of the Republic” about Texas his-
tory for showing. The local Texas Highway
Dept, provided a "Don’t Mess With Texas”
bag (huge enough for books) for all the
children and teachers. Our thanks to Randal
James and Yvonne Nevins for getting these
out of the Lubbock office—the kids were
delighted! The Library staff also made a
booklet on Texas songs, facts, Indian lore,
trails, puzzles, word games, etc. to take home.
We all had a great time, and hope to have new
library patrons from these grades.
The Library again this year will sponsor
the Summer Reading Club to encourage
reading among children of our area in grades
K through 6. A "Read-To-Me" for ages 3 to
5 is also included. The theme for 1994 is
"Familiar Faces—Far Away Places." The
reading club will run from June 1 through
July 8. More about this later.
Lots of new books have been arriving.
Many are children and junior books, ordered
for the Summer Reading activities, includ-
ing the 20 new books on the Tex as Bluebonnet
Book list and other award books with more
New arrivals for adults are in also. The
fiction titles are: Three books which are now
current movies are Flusche, Shadow lands.
TULIA LIONS CLUB
Roy Miller. President
TULIA KIWANIS CLUB
at noon at
James Hart, President
J. E. DEEN POST #1798
2nd A 4th Tues.
.. .. Post Home
Ron Wilfong, Commander
TUUA LODGE NO. 733
121 N. Maxwell
Mark Bowen, W. M.
AMERICAN LEGION #214
1st A 3rd Thun.
310 NE 2nd
Leslie Cu lifer , Commander
Oshigurd, Remains of the Day, and Conlon,
In the Name of the Father. Mysteries are:
Burke, Sweet Dreams, Irene-, Perry, Hyde
Park Headsman-, Lackey, Sacred Ground-,
Page, The Deadly Canyon; Berendt, Mid-
night in the Garden of Good and Evil.
Westerns: Henry, Terror at Hellhole and
Nesbitt, One-Eyed Cowboy. Science fiction
are: Crispin, Sarek (Star Trek); Clarke. Rama
Revealed; and McCaffrey, Lyons Pride.
Others are: Anthony, Exposure; Carin, Pal-
ace Thief, Coyle, Code of Honor; Crook.
Promised Lands; Doyle, Paddu Clarke Ha
Ha; Branon, Let Us Prey; Larson, Lethal
Passage; Marcinko, Rogue Warrior II: Red
Cell; Piercy, Longings of Women;
MacDonald, Mother's Day; Wolitzer, Friends
Non-fiction are: Brinkley, Saved by the
Light; Dahmer, A Father's Story; Filipovi,
Zlata's Diary; Fisher, Sleep With the Angels;
Giller, Natural Prescriptions; Grizone,
Never Alone, A Personal Way To God;
Lorenzo, Wings of the Morning; Moore, Soul
Mates; Patton, The Pattons, A Personal
History of an American Family; Good
Housekeeping Book of Needlecrafl; While,
Einstein, A Life In Science; Clark, Roy, My
Life inSpite of Myself, McGilligan, Jack's Lfe
(A biography of Jack Nicholson); and
Cronkite, On the Edge of Darkness (about
Do hope that you want to rush down and
select several of the new books, and to see
Dana Davey's display in the glass case, "Cow
Country," a collection of varied items of
Holstein cows (hope the picture is in the
BOOK SALE! BOOK SALEM The Li-
brary will begin a book sale on Thursday,
April 28. Some of the books are donated, and
we have copies; others are discards that are
old or had not been checked out in years, or
perhaps we have been given a better copy.
Books in good condition will be priced at
$2.00. Older books, not as good condition
will be 50c, and there will also be several
boxes of paperbacks for sale. Come and
stock up for the lazy days of summer!
See you at the library!!
TOP SELLER AWARDS — Girl Scouts singled out for Top Seller Awards
at the Father and Daughter Banquet were (L-R): Priscillia Kleman and
Amanda Cypert, cookies; Brittney Howard, calendars; and Carrie Johnson,
QSP. — Courtesy photo
Vigo Park Varieties
By Mrs. O. W. Gardner
LOWER LIGHTS members cooked and
served a delicious hamburger supper Satur-
day night to about 55 people.
FUZZ GEORGE was home only 24
hours last week before he had to go back to
Veterans Hospital. It was reported Friday
that he was some better.
HELEN NORWOODS cousins Geneva
and Morris Parker of Texarkana visited the
Norwoods from Tuesday until Friday. They
were trying out a new motor home.
MIKE AND BECKY CROUCH and
Shanda came Friday to spend the weekend
with Beckie's parents, the Charles Norwoods.
SATURDAY THE 23RD was the 56th
anniversary ofRoland and Mary Billie Moore.
Friday the 22 would have been Orvall and
my 50th anniversary. How fast the years
STELLA GARDNER told me that I
forgot to put in the news that she made the
"A" honor roll and was also citizen of the
week. She wanted Dot Dodson to know.
Stella is in the second grade in Happy.
THE JOHN CULWELLS had a birth-
day dinner for daughter Vickie Littlefield on
Friday the 22nd. Coming were Vickie and
Kenneth; Kenee Borchardt and girls; Wade
Littlefield, Skylar and Kensli.
MAN'DI CULWELL’S birthday was the
21st-she is a teenager now.
FOUR MEMBERS of the Tulia High
School Band from Vigo went with the band
to San Antonio Thursday thru Sunday. They
were Kimber Gardner, Mindy McCollom,
Steven Latham, and Hollister Gardner.
. that opens doors,
to helping others.
To be a member of the Retired Senior
Volunteer Program you must be 55 years of
age or older. From time to time we recognize
RSVP volunteers in our newsletters or this
column. Today I want to re-emphasize a
volunteer whose name appeared in the Tulia
Care Center newsletter for April and that
person is Vicki Littlefield. Vicki graduated
from Tulia High School where she was a
super basketball player and now is very in-
volved in her community of Vigo and her
church. She has served as aGirl Scout leader,
4H leader, served on the Swisher County
Child Welfare board and for about 10 or
more years she has driven the Senior Citi-
zens van and helped deliver meals to shut-
ins. Vicki also goes to the Tulia Care Center
and plays games with the residents there. Did
I mention Vicki also has a farmer husband
she helps and four grandchildren she keeps
and plays with. Congratulations Vicki for
being volunteer of the month in April at the
Tulia Care Center and please be assured the
moment you turn 55 I’ll be right there to
enroll you in RSVP
Volunteers please remember to call in
your reservations for the RSVP banquet by
May 3. Wc must have some idea how many
to prepare for and we hope all of you will
avail yourselves of this opportunity.
Someone has said that the only way to
multiply happiness is to divide it, so divide
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Reynolds, Jim. The Tulia Herald (Tulia, Tex.), Vol. 86, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 28, 1994, newspaper, April 28, 1994; Tulia, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth507236/m1/4/: accessed April 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Swisher County Library.