Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 8, 1990 Page: 6 of 12
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PAGE SIX-THE ARCHER COUNTY NEWS-THURSDAY-MARCH 8, 1990
HOLLIDAY HIGH SCHOOL
1990 BASEBALL SCHEDULE
Iowa Park 9th
*Dcnotcs District Games
Locals Attend Rural
Visitors in our home were Tom and
Gwen Jagers of Wiley, Colorado,
Rod, Karen, Lance and Casey Jagers
of Quanah, to see Lucille and Russell
Father Bart brought Holy Commun-
ion Friday. Sunday Communion was
brought by Mr. and Mrs. A.R.
Anna Mae Veitenheimer visited
Jerry and James Wilde, Pauline and
Lois Wolf visited Liz Wilde. Elaine,
Becky and Philip Higgins visited May
Garrett. Eugene Dean of Scotland
visited each of our residents.
Albertina Schlabs and Mrs. Carl
Schlabs and Mrs. Schaefer visited Liz
Patsy Bates of Wichita Falls visited
Nettie Mobley was visited by
Eunice Gibson of Dundee.
_________ Briggs, Anna
Campbell, Josh Howells, Holly John-
ston, Katie Miller, Brooke McWhor-
ter, Kevin Roberson, Tyler Matlock,
K Natalea Roderick, Lacie Ross, Misty
Thomason, Kenna Williams, Misty
2nd grade-Jeremv Coffelt, Angela
Hill, Leslie Meeks, Mikala Parrack,
Karrie Ball, Lacey Lowry, Tony Sal-
as, Cody Williams, Josh Winter, Laci
Cash, Jessica Ellison, Beau Dustin
Reneau, Kelly Smith, Bobby Morri-
son, Kelly Lear, Zac Truette, Bobby
3rd grade-Chad Crowley, Jake Tru-
ette, Jimmy Bacon, Kyle Briggs, Bran-
di Ashton, Jarrod Canada, Robin
Huffman, Allison Littlefield, Ben
O'Neil, Justin Parrott, J.T. Sherrill,
4 th grade-Kari Goforth, Brandy Guf-
fey, Sarah Neel, John Phillips, Jessica
Roderick, Tandy Nogle, Aaron Coll-
ier, Sarah Berend, Tiffany Jentsch,
Kristi Martin, Ryan Koetter, Kristy
5 th grade-Christv Crowley, Jana
Meeks, Matt Thomason
6th grade-Jeff Thomason, Kelly
Matlock, Jeffrey Spurgers, Sondra
7 th grade-Trish Goforth, Ranae
Cameron, Jessica Moer, Renee Huff-
man, Lawrence Lobpries, Brandi Ham,
Abigail Fullerton, Cory Campbell,
8 th grade-Stacv Willett, Misti Frod-
yrna, Lona Goolsby, Jason Gillispie,
Chleb Deerihwater, Ryan Phillips,
r Xenyi Boone, Kate Davis, Cathy
; Morris, Jason Allen, Sarah Shewmake
ARCHER HIGH SCHOOL
9th grade-Bart Adams, Brandon Bax-
ter, George Essler, Ginger Fields,
Shawn Guffey, Nathan Haile, Cassie
Ralls, Carey Reeve, Will Yoakum
10th grade-Dan Haile, Kurds Jack-
son, Jenny Phillips, Jason Rice,
Shelly Teichman, Donny Victory
11th grade-David Foster, Doug Ful-
ford, Emilie Haning, Jeremy Harmel,
Michael Hilbers, Jason Hughes, Kraig
Knox, Heath Neel, Derek Patton,
Mark Southard, Shannon Teichman,
Krisd Walker, Scott Wilbourn, Mike
12th grade-Andv Bowen, Diann
Clark, Kirk Devrow, Keith Fox,
Chris Gray, Kelli Holley, Missy Jan-
cik, Jennifer Lewis, Wendy Peden,
Stacy Schroeder, Shannon Sternadel,
Our sympathy is extended to the
family of Maude Chambles.
Robbie B alio we returned to her
We wish Liz Wilde a speedy re-
covery as she is a patient in Bethania
Many thanks to Gordon Rucker for
the 85th birthday cake he shared with
our residents. We hope you had a hap-
py birthday, and a nice party, Gordon.
Tuesday bingo was hosted by the
Christian Mothers of Windthorst. Leo-
na Koetter, Bernedine Peysen, Veron-
ica Vieth and Mildred Pennartz
brought nice bingo prizes and refresh-
ments to our ladies. Winners were
Lucille Jagers, Nita Goodwin, Metra
Prewett, Emma Hannah, May Garrett,
Viola Lowack, Josie Lindeman, Pat
Simmons, Nettie Mobley, Delpha Wa-
ges, Pattie Pippin, Maudell Bennett,
Jenell Haigwood and Liz Wilde.
Wednesday Bible study was taught
by Janyce Williams. Ray Singleton,
Maudell Bennett, Pattie Pippin, May
Garrett, Emma Hannah, Viola Low-
ack, Josie Lindeman, Metra Prewett,
and,Alta Drum attended.
Thursday we will honor Nita Good-
win, Liz Wilde, Faye Cross, Cecil
Akers, August Smith and Russell
Jagers with a birthday party.
March is here so spring showers and
flowers can't be far behind. It will be
nice to see the trees leafed out again.
We need each season to help us appre-
ciate the next one. God in his infinite
wisdom has supplied all our needs.
Thanks to the family of Azile
Prideaux for the flowers shared with
The American process of letting the
people speak was in action Friday as
the regional task force of the Rural
Economic Development Commission
held public hearings in the Wichita
County Extension Service Building.
State Rep. Dick Waterfield moder-
ated the meeting where 18 citizens^
testified to some of the needs of their
The commission was formed by
Gov. Clements and the state legisla-
ture to find the most acute needs of
rural residents. House Bill 438
authored by Rep. Waterfield, created
the commission and Waterfield, a
rancher from Canadian, was named
chairman for the regional meeting.
Three such meetings have already been
held in Amarillo, Lubbock and Pecos,
to collect input on what is needed to
revitalize rural communities.
Task force members were Dr. Zerle
Carpenter, head of the Texas A&M
Extension service; BCI president Ron
Mertens; Iowa Park mayor, Tim
Hunter; Swisher County judge, Jay
Johnson; J.T. Palmer, REA repre-
sentative and Joe Cook of Perryton.
Gloria Klaras, Director of the
Archer Service Center told of the work
done among the senior citizens of
Archer County in the Green Thumb
program which is funded in part by
the Community Action Center and
Archer County. She also told of the
Riki Rolling sessions held weekly at
the center, to make the famous snacks
from an old Greek recipe. She ex-
pressed the idea that if there was some
way to make the production full time,
proceeds could be used for other
purposes, in addition to the current
use of the funds for the Center's
Archer City Mayor Boe Wood test-
ified that the county needed a voca-
tional training program in addition to
economic help. He explained some of
the problems encountered in the land-
fill project for the city of 1800
Ken Conkling of Henrietta said his
county needed some way to be reim-
bursed for holding inmates bound for
state prisons, but unable to enter
because of overcrowding.
Commissioner Gordon Griffith of
Wichita County suggested that jail
cells have one third the number of
beds as prisoners and inmates take
turns between sleeping and working or
Olney Bureau of Industry and Com-
merce manager Zilda Bernhardt listed
ffI will continue to serve the people of
Precinct No. 2 and Archer County with
honesty and integrity, hard work and
LET'S CONTINUE PROGRESS
V Significant improvements made to roads in Precinct #2.
V Needed equipment purchased and needed repairs made
(economically and efficiently).
V Voting record attests to the care and concern for all
citizens of Archer County and Precinct #2 in matters of
V Has attended Conferences regularly to keep abreast of
new laws and problems concerning County government.
Your One Vote Is Important!
In 1645-ONE VOTE gave Oliver Cromwell control of England.
In 1649-ONE VOTE caused Charles I of England to be executed.
In 1776-ONE VOTE gave America the English language instead of
In 1839-ONE VOTE elected Marcus Morton Governor of Massachusetts.
In 1845-ONE VOTE brought Texas into the Union.
In 1868-ONE VOTE saved President Andrew Johnson from impeachment.
In 1876-ONE VOTE gave Rutherford D. Hayes the Presidency of the U.S.
In 1876-ONE VOTE changed France from a Monarchy to a Republic.
In 1923-ONE VOTE gave Adolph Hitler leadership of the Nazi Party.
In the Democratic Primary
Thesday, March 13th
VOTE TO RE-ELECT
\7| James E. Berend
^Arr»liAr Cmiritv rnmmicsinnpr. Prprinrf #2
the need to recognize local problems,
noting that her city had lost 1,000
people the past two years. Fred Dun-
can and Jack Northup of Olney were
cited by the BIC for their work in
bringing in small industries. She
urged rural folks to "use what you
have and build on it", noting that
every new utility meter in town is
important and often a few small indus-
tries are more helpful than a large
State Rep. Charles Finncll spoke
saying, he can see an "emerging tech-
nology harnessed". He said the school
is the largest payroll in many a com-
Other speakers included Dickens
County Judge Woody McArthur; Pete
Flores, Extension agent of Kent Coun-
ty and Foard County Judge Charles
Bell; J.C. Boyd, a member of the
SCORE Committee to help emerging
small businesses with advice; Jim
Martin of the TU Public Service;
Dennis Wilde, Nortex head; and Iowa
Park Mayor, Tim Hunter.
The Commission will hold eleven
meetings in the state before reporting
to the governor in January, 1991.
Accompanying Mrs. Klaras and
Mayor Wood to the meeting were
City Manager Buster Boren, Exten-
sion Agent Kathryn Carnes and Ruby
Robertson. Jeanine Hodge, president
of the Holliday Chamber of Com-
merce also attended the session which
drew about 100 citizens.
Over 100,000 collegiate athletic
scholarships are available each year to
male and female high school and jun-
ior college student athletes. Contrary
to popular belief, students don't have
to be All State to qualify. Much of
this money goes unused. A new pub-
lication with forms, sample letters and
tables of factual information is
available for student athletes. It takes
them step by step through the
important process of getting an ath-
letic scholarship and includes college
and conference listings.
For details on how to get a colle-
giate athletic scholarship, send a large
self-addressed, stamped envelope to
The National Sports Foundation,
612A Willow Dr., P.O. Box 940,
Oakhurst, NJ 07755.
Mrs. Gloria Klaras of Archer City testified duirng Rural Eco-
nomic Development Commission public hearings in Wichita
Max "Boe” Wood
% ... j
G®* Lifetime resident of Archer County
Private business owner for 36 years
(«•*" Volunteer fireman for 19 years
G®* Mayor of Archer City 1986 to present
Current President Region 5 Texas
Current Vice Chair Nortex Reg.
G*" Has attended 24 hours of Judge School
Served 1 term as Municipal Judge
Member of Texas Municipal League
Budget & Legislative Committee
Your Vote In the Democratic Primary
Would Be Greatly Appreciated
Pol. Adv. paid by Max "Boe" Wood, P.O. Box 404, Archer City, Tx. 76351
Archer County Commissioner, Precinct #2
Your Support Will Be Appreciated
Pol. Adv. paid by James E. Berend, Rt 1, Box 5, Windthorst, Tx 76389
Duward W. Stone
Archer County Commissioner
A property owner & taxpayer who knows
and understands the depressed state of the
economy and will strive to hold down taxes
while maintaining quality service.
V Lifelong Resident of Archer County
V Experenced In County Affairs... 12 year commissioner of
y/ Loyal To Archer County and the Needs of its Citizens
V Readily Available and Willing To Work With All
Precinct #4 Residents to Meet Their Needs.
Pol. Adv. Paid for by Duward W. Stone, Star Rt. Box 75, Holliday, Tx. 76366
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