Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 112, No. 86, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 27, 1994 Page: 2 of 52
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PAGE 2A - THE POLK COUNTY ENTERPRISE. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27,1*M
Financial software bid approved
DEMOCRATS PITCH IN - Saturday’s
Polk County Democratic dub BBQ and
Rally turned into a benefit to help flood vic-
tims, with disaster victims ami workers in-
vited for a free meal. Dick Cooley of the
Red Cross, Carl Smith and 11m Smith
sample the free barbecue. The Democrats
served about 200 people and fixed up 16
rvmmss ww r> mmw i»****on
plates for Red Cross workers to take to those
who could not make it out to the VFW Hail.
Proceeds totalling $144 from Taffies held
during the event were donated to the Red
Cross. U.S. Rep. Charles Wilson, State Rep.
Allen Hightower, State Senate candidate
Curtis Soileau and Tax Assessor-Collector
Bid Smith were among the candidates who
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continuing aging services program;
and approved the lease of space in
the Precinct 2 subcourthouse to
John Riley, the present renter, for
$150* month for one year. ^
tn bid activity, the court accepted
from page 1
ings horn the elementary school.
Under the proposed plan, one of the
buildings would be moved to the
east side of the high school gym-
nasium for use as an in-school
suspension classroom and the other
would be moved to the west side of
the central administration building
to house the business office.
In instructional mauers, the
board will consider offering a high
school equivalency program during
school hours at the high school, as
required by the Texas Education
Agency; consider approval of a
1994-95 textbook committee and
consider a Special Services
Cooperative request for additional
An executive session is included
on the agenda for the discussion of
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R G A T E
ACE COMMUNITY PARK
Benefit Fish Fry and Bake Sale
Saturday* October 29* 1994
Located ON FM 2610 - Ace* Texas
Serving 11 AM Til 2 PM
Children Under 12 - $3.00
Tickets Available From Park Members
Or Whittakers Grocery Store, Ace, Tx.
Raffle Ou Beautiful
*3.00 Each or 2^5
FOR INFORMATION CALL:
LICENSE « 17417788217
Wednesday & Friday - 7:00 PM
Sunday - 2:00 PM y*
Hwy. 59* 3 Miles North Of Livingston
Believe It Or Not
We Are Open!
Our Marfet ... The World
Cockrell Square • Livingston
lIUE MUSIC OCTOBER 28 & 23 FEATURING
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Saturday Night Oct. 29th
OL TOURNAMENT EVERY WEDNESDAY
|9:00 P.M. Club Matches All Entry Fees |
1 DANCE-Sat. October 29th *
* VFW & Ladies Auxiliary
t POST 8568
8:30 nm »3°° donation
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L Boot Leg:
j Welcome! *
Hwy. 89 N*
Nappy 1st Birthday
900 W. Church • 327-1190
To Celebrate Come In Fori
A Chance To Count The
Beans In The Jar.
At4 PM. On Tuesday, Nov.
1, 1994 The Winner Willi
Receive a Fill-Up (Up To 15 j
Gallons) For The Exact Bean
To All Of Our Local Cus-
Thank You For Your
Randy, Susan St Ray
^ No _______
MfClain’s 7 Oaks Club
Halloween Costume Party
r "Saturday, October 29th
1st Place lndhridual-$125.00
1st Place Couple-1125 00
Prim awarded to 2nd Ptica Winnan AJaoJ
i oi: in i mi
Friday A Saturday
Oct. 28 & 29
BIG BUCK CONTEST
ms • Batinesf Li
• Birthday Parties • Christmas Parties •
Call Per Reservations
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McClain's Track Stop
SEVEN OAKS*399-3120•OPE* 24 HOURS 1
Gas*DieseK3roc«rjes*Showers*Tire Shop*fload Service
the lowest of three bids received on
the purchase of financial computer
software, which was suggested in
the outside audit management let-
ter. The base price is $18,900, with
mining and service contracts op-
Also accepted was the only bid
received on the purchase of a car
for the Emergency Management
Department. The bid, submitted by
Orange Ford in Orange, totalled
$13,381. including $1,200 for
trade-in of the department’s old car.
con Bay Clua
jCash A Prizes - Saturday October 29th 1
• *967-4007 or 967-0755 •
KIDS HALLOWEEN PARTY
Aq6S 2 - 8 Yrs....Mon. October 31st
6:30 - 7:30 p.m. BEACON BAY RESTAURANT
Hwy 190 (nolle Dairy Quits)-Onala ika. TX
Super Family Entertainment!
Every Show is Different!
☆☆☆ OPEN ☆☆☆
Every Saturday Night At 7i30 p.m.
John Rex Reeves
TICKETS: Qtrraral Admission $6.00
SO A Ovar 10.00
Under 12 $3.00
7k No Alcohol
★ No Dancing
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orders to gol Mtxxtm Jfggh
Dine * Dance ►!< Party
MONDAY - OCTOBER Slat
_ . , _* 310 Pan American Dr. (Ids. 59 S.)
11 AM. TIL 10 P.M. ’ 4 P.M. TIL MIDNIGHT
On Sctnlc Loop (FM 3277) 580-6160
ACROSS FROM ENTRANCE TO MEMORIAL POINT SUBDIVISION
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK AT12 NOON
CLOSE AT 12 MIDNIGHT EVERYNIQHT - SATURDAY TILL 1:00 AM.
1EFIT FOR JIMMY CERTAIN FAMILY
STARTING 12:00 NOON
BBQ-Auctlon-Live Music-Gun Raffle
MONDAY NIGHT OCTOBER 31
HALLOWEEN COSTUME PARTY
7 Weekends • October 1 - November 13
SPie 20tfi /Anniversary
iexas (Renaissance festival
Art*. Croft, and CoH.etit.1.
In Ovar 250 Craft Skopsl
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White, Barbara. Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 112, No. 86, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 27, 1994, newspaper, October 27, 1994; Livingston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth782093/m1/2/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Livingston Municipal Library.