Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 25, 1996 Page: 1 of 6
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Holliday Sets Outdoor
Water pressure was back to normal in water to every other day. Residents
Holliday Tuesday after weekend wa- north of Highway 277/82 are asked to
ter usage put a strain on the system, do their watering on even numbered
"Demand just exceeded the supply," days while those south of the highway
stated Sharon Brosam Tuesday. "We (Olive Street) will use the odd num-
had plenty of water available from bered days.
Wichita Falls, but we couldn't pump it Officials emphasize that the curtail-
into our storage tanks fast enough." ment applies to outside watering only.
Approximately 430,000 gallons of No limitations are being placed on
water was used Sunday. inside water usage, but sound water
City officials hope to control the prob- conservation usage is being requested,
lem by limiting the use of outdoor
ACISD Hires Principals
from Midwestern State University. His
wife, Sheryl, is a dental hygienist and
also owns Gymnastics & More in
Wichita Falls. The Harris's have two
daughters... Emilee, 6, and Erica, 7
Knobloch is a Megargel native who
received his Bachelors and Masters
degrees from MSU. He was a teacher
and coach at Iowa Park for four years,
principal of K-12 at Megargel for
three years, and Principal and superin-
tendent for one year. His wife, Man
Ellen, teaches 2nd and 3rd grades at
FormerMiddle School Principal Tony
Daniel is now the Elementary Princi-
Areher City Independent School Dis-
trict completed its administrative staff
Monday with the addition ol Stephan
Harris of Iowa Park. Harris will be-
come the Middle School Principal,
and C. D. Knobloch, who was recently
hired as Middle School Principal, will
step up into the high school principal's
Harris is a native of Iowa Park and
has been teaching Biology and Physi-
cal Science at Iowa Park lor the past
six years. He has served as Energy
Manager for the district for two years
and as Vice Principal on numerous
occasions. He attended Texas Tech
for two years and received both his
Bachelors and Masters in Education
STATE CHAMPIONS. The Archer County 4-H Jr. High trapshooting
team won first place at the recent Texas State Trapshooting Champion-
ships at Amarillo. The five-member team shot a combined score of 867.
Each member shot 200,16 yard single birds. Josh Winter and Adam Heard
each broke their iirst 25 straight. Members of the team include (L-R)
Adam Heard, Josh Winter, Chris Henry, Charlie Crowley, and Misty
Thomason. Not pictured are coaches Jimmy Ashton, Rich Gilbert, and Pat
Thomason. The senior high team placed third, and another junior high
team finished second. Twenty-five shooters will go to San Antonio July 26-
Mft* W '-TTH ■ 29 to compete at the Texas 4-H State Championships
J fli a* the National
. Mm GunClub.
*TjE|sP|JM A total of 52
pit 7 * shooters are now
H |4 | I enrolled in the
ill I Ikr I Archer County 4-
gpff If I ' I H program. The
§Jj|J a j p kick-off meeting
Hfv 1 ■ f°r next year's
DAM<ifc:ik * program will be
M held in February.
The directors of Windthort National
Bank elected James Adams of Archer
City, Texas as a new director.
Adams is a native of Archer City and
is currently serving as Vice-President
and Branch Manager of the Holliday
Branch of Windthorst National Bank.
Other directors of the bank arc Stanley
Williamson, Chairman; Lerry Berend,
Vice-Chairman; Mike Hodge, Gary
Schaefer, Don Talley, Tim Lindemann,
Jerry Vieth, George Vcilenheimer, Jack
Hollis and Robert Wolf.
Mike Hodge, President, reported fig-
ures as of June 30, 1996,ol $24,540,488
in total assets, deposits of $22,203,125
and loans in the amount of $ 13305.900.
Windthorst National Bank, an inde-
pendent community bank, has branches
in Holliday and Archer City.
TOURIST INFORMATION, t rcher Cham- Hf- •’m f**! W
ber of Commerce Secretary V >lissa Graves |H ■ L.
displays a copy of the recei :ly published 4 |H Hh e. 9 §3 flag Wm jhfj flL ^J
VISTA magazine tourist guide ft 'North Texas. • nj H| N , |H Pp Ip |gj| pjj|
Archer City has ? t2V<\.‘Pa.^e GALS GALORE. There's plentyof excitement when the gals of Lonesome Polecat (i-r-Esther
magazine which Will be distnbu id through all (Kim Lewis) Bianca (Vanessa Crowley), Addie (Carrie Mae Yoakum), Grace (Misty
of the Texas Tourist Departmei t Information Thomason) and townsgirl (Lauren Scott) set their sights on the guys from the hills in "Hee
Centers around the state. It w 11 also be dis- HawHayride". This high-kickin', musical comedy will liven up the stage at Archer City High
tributed bv North Texas Char bers of Com- School Auditorium August 8, 9, and 10. Tickets for the summer production ot the Picture
y . , Show Players are now on sale at the Archer Chamber of Commerce office. All seats are
merce and area hotels and mol Is. _________, , .. on Call 574-CTTY for reservations or information.
July 15-July 21,1996
Monday 92 70
Tuesday 97 71
Wednesday 97 73
Thursday 98 79
Friday 100 76
Saturday 102 77
Sunday 103 78
Readings taken daily at 6 p.m. in AC
50C Member of Texas Press Association 1996
Archer City, Texas 76351
Subscribe At 104 E. Walnut
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Lobpries, F. Mike. Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 25, 1996, newspaper, July 25, 1996; Archer City, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth993749/m1/1/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Archer Public Library.