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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 17 November 2005

'' *r J#*-1 Egri •' ' i' ' 5 '' ' . Page 6 - Section C - C&S Media Publications - November 16 - 17, 2005 Mmmw mmmmmamm v/ A HOME IS A SOUND INVESTMENT. Need a solution for your mortgage loan or home improvement needs? Betty Poe is ready to provide you with the solution. Call 214-863-5842! 1 Convenient one-stop shopping 1 Mc tgage by phone — saves time ' Fast answers in 24 hours 1 Pre-qualification 1 Low competitive rates/flexible terms 1 Refinancing — could save you money A. Wylie Banking Center 301 S. Hwy 78 214-863-5842 AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ^ Loans sub|ect to credit approval Member FDIC. Equal Opportunity lender You can't predict the future, but you can plan for it now. Ask about Long Term Care Insurance the State Farm Way • flexible • affordable • backed by good neighbor service #■ STATE FARM RAY MULLINS 600 E. BROWN WYLIE, TEXAS 75098 972-442-2246 Like a good neighbor. State Farm is there. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance company. Home Ottlce Bloomington, IL Agent Wy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

/6e Sachse News Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse 0 Copyright 2005 All rights reserved __ Volume 1i Issue 43 Sachse, Texas • Thursday, Nov. 24, 2005 • C&S Media Publications 50 Cents Call us at 972-442-5515 / The Mustangs tipped off their season last week, losing big to McKinney in the season- opener before coming back to beat St. Mark's Saturday. See page IB for more. Toy fundraiser The Sachse Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors along with the Sachse Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association and the Fraternal Order of Police are starting an annual Christmas Toy Drive which will last through Dec. 17, organizers said. New, unwrapped toys for all ages can be dropped off at the Nov. 8 Chamber of Commerce luncheon, Kroger. American National Bank and Paul's Grocery on Hwy. 78. Tree lighting Sachse's 7th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony and Chambei Mixu will be starting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, November 29, according to organizers. Participants can meet at the Sac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

/ <A ■ • in ; v . . . - H'WWKfH. - « - T^an^* > •" '''' Page 2 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, November 24, 2005 Area Briefs Sachse ■Artists 'Round Texas art show at library Artist 'Round Texas, a 50 plus member visual arts group, has been invited to display their artwork at the Sachse Library during the holidays. The show will run from Dec. 1 through Jan. 31. The event is free and the public is invited. There will be a reception to meet the artists Dec. 13. The art displayed will be for sale. Many different styles of original painting, pottery, sculpture and jewelry will be shown, organizers said. Library hours are noon to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday.; noon to 6 p.m. Friday; and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. The library telephone is 972-530-8966. Wylie ■Holiday craft show set at St. Anthony St. Anthony Catholic Church's annual Holiday Arts and Crafts Show will be held Dec. 2 and 3. Photos with Santa will be offered from 5 to 8 p.m. Dec. 2 and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dec....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

I vflfr 'ffy • ....... Local Thursday, November 24, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS Section A - Page 3 Wylie merchants collecting canned goods, non-perishables for CCC "2005 has brought, some unusual and challenging demands on the Throughout the week, Wylie's downtown merchants will be collect- ing canned goods and cash for the center. ghtiSG demai Wylie Community Christian Care Center," the Rev. A.L. Draper wrote in a letter to Wylie residents. "Hurricanes Katrina and Rita brought evacuees from New Orleans and other areas along the Gulf Coast. With our day-to-day needs, the influx of evacuees taxed the resources of our entire community." Although the center "has been largely restocked following the crisis situation," care week is needed to help get the center through the year, Draper said. "In spite of the great success of this past year, there were times when the shelves were depleted," he said. So far in 2005, the center has led 2.166 families representing 6 individuals. Items currently n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

, Page 4 - Section A THF SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, November 24, 2005 icint\s Helen Pauline McGuire Funeral services for Helen Pauline McGuire, 85, of Copeville, were held Nov. 16, 2005 at First Baptist Church of Lavon. Interment followed in Thompson Cemetery in Copeville. Pallbearers were grandsons, Wyatt McGuire, Brad Jones, Gary Jones and Matt McGuire. The Rev. Clint Bratcher officiated. Mrs. McGuire was born March 17, 1920 in Piano to R.L. and Ella Mae Jones. She married Clyde Eugene McGuire in Piano June 30, 1935. Survivors include one son and daughter-in-law, Wendall and Oleta McGuire of McKinney; one daughter and son-in-law, Donna and Larry Jones of Copeville; four grandsons. Brad Jones and wife, Toni, of San Antonio. Gary Jones and wife, LeAnn, of Nevada. Wyatt McGuire and wife. Sherry, of Farmersville. and Matthew McGuire of McKinney; two great-granddaughters, Maegan and Tara McGuire of Farmersville; two great-grandsons, Carson Jones of Nevada and Gage McGuire of McKinney; bro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

Thursday, November 24, 2005 - THE SACHSF. NEWS Section A Page 5 m Leonhart, Mays exchange vows Traci Ann Leonhart, of Murphy, and Brandon James Mays, of Carrollton, exchanged vows on Oct. 8, 2005, at the El Cozumeleno Resort in Cozumel, Mexico. The wedding was held at sun- set on the sandy white beach, overlooking the ocean in Cozumel. The bride is the daughter of Bill and Tanya Leonhart of Denison and David and Becky McLaughlin of McKinney. The groom is the son of Gary and Jamie Mays of Irving. The matron of honor was Elsie lount, sister of the bride. The bridesmaids were Jennifer Leonhart, sister-in-law of the bride, Josie Bowie, friend of the bride, Melanie Salinas, sister of the groom, and Patricia Mays, sister of the groom. The best man was Stuart Bowie, best friend of the groom. The groomsmen were Manuel Salinas, brother-in-law of the groom, David Carruth, friend of the groom, Casey Blount, broth- er- in-law of the bride, and Billy Leonhart, brother of the bride. Chesney Bloun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

Page 6 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, November 24, 2005 Armstrong names second six week honor students Armstrong Elementary has released the names of those students earning a place on the second six week's honor roll. They are: First Grade Elisa Gonzalez, Carson Kelley, Ahby Martinez, Justin Lewis, Bianca Machado, Alexander Liehr, Ivan Arce, Mary Messonnier, John Denzel Bonete, Samantha Priddy Lopez, Kaden Covington, Christie Tran, Taylor Perry, Christian McCauley, Mya Scott, Cameron Weekly, Nicole Berry, William Ledbetter, Conner Dagen, Hilary Tran, Slade Knox, John Tran, Jina Pak, Jackson Wood, Alyssa Wheatley, Cameron Boyles, Makysia Goodwin, John Jackson, Hannah Kim, Devon Large, Lauren Luttrull, Samantha Ponce, Katelyn Rodriguez, Vanesa Reyes, Muhammad Saleem, Christen Waite, Kevin Tran, Bryce Baxter, Perry Ochsner, Parker Simmons, Heyab Tsegay, Elizabeth Kokalis Sims, Claudia Butz Fiscina, Alyssa Cigaincro, Alexander Compean. Mackenzie Cooper, Colton Crane, Anthony ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

Thurssday, November 24, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 7 Don't let fried turkey become hot issue at your house Propane regulation agency urges caution when cooking AUSTIN-The three Texas Railroad Commissioners recently urged Texans to practice safety when frying Thanksgiving turkeys using propane-fueled, hot-oil cook- ers. Texas Railroad Commission Chairman Elizabeth A. Jones explained the RRC's role in propane safety. "The Texas Railroad Commission is the state agency charged with propane safety in Texas," Jones said. "This responsi- bility includes educating the public about the safe use of propane appli- ances. Each year, Americans buy an estimated half million hot oil cookers, and more than 10 million households cook with fryers. So, it's important that consumers know ^iow to correctly use these devices." P Commissioner Michael L. Williams noted that it is important to pay attention to the location of a hot-oil cooker. "Cookers should be placed out- side in an open ar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

'HMm >;■ ■? . ■ ■ < ' H : ( ' -''A > ' 1 BwP':* f?lw Thursday, November 24, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 8 □ □ L ©©*■0 Chamber Leadership | Chairman Don Flatt I First National Bank of Sachse J Vice Chairman i Jim Moebius ® Murphy Road Animal Hospital t Treasurer j Leonard Lynskey i Sachse Pharmacy & Vitamin Shop J Secretary/Parliamentarian | Sherry Atkinson I SA Insurance. Immediate Past Chairman Patty Montagno The Sachse News CKommei O'tvojrv tJPve, CjPuuAjtvcut, i We heard you and we listened, training sessions coming soon Wow! What a Fallfest. Our last major event for the year is over and was a great success. It's unbelievable the number of man hours that our Fallfest Committee, staff and scores of volunteers put in to insure an enjoy- able event for the public and a finan- cial success for the vendors. Everyone was tired but happy at the end of the day. The event has really helped to put Sachse "on the map". The Chamber's work is not over for Don Flatt ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

'Iv' • ■.; j : 1. m J,-'• - « 1 THE SACHSE NEWS Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse Publisher Chad B. Engbrock Managing Editor Donnita Nesbit Fisher Vm not getting older, I'm getting better. No, really Two weeks ago I celebrated my 45th birth- day. (This is where you all gasp and say, "45! She doesn't look a day over 30!") Generally I use my birthday as a time to Donnita Nesbit Fisher «fleet upon my life and then dive sm the high board into the panic pool. Maybe some of you know the dialogue, 'why haven't 1 lost weight?' 'why aren't 1 more patient? 'Why aren't my closets organized?' Age generally isn't what causes my swan dive. Although I remem- ber hating leaving my teens, feeling oh-so-grown-up-and-lonely at 21, lamenting at being 30 and being embarrassed at turning 40 because my sisters came to the office dressed as old women singing some Sister Sledge song about being my family. You are the age you are and while it's nice to look young, 1 think I'll wear my wri...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

Page 10 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday. November 24, 2005 Sachse teen enjoys the challenges of international study program continued from page IA "The freshmen and sophomore, grades have the most IB students enrolled and by the time they're seniors about half drop out. "That is how intense this pro- gram is because you have to be willing to work and work hard to graduate with an IB diploma." Sacco said the IB program is a 'complete' program, vs individual classes, which requires students to take courses and exams in the stu- dent's first language .study a sec- ond language, history, math, sci- ence and an elective. "Additionally, students must complete a Theory of Knowledge course, an Extended Essay of 2,000 words, along with Creativity, Action and Service with a 150 hours served to be documented, recorded with reflection," she said, "Any student can request GHS, due to GISD choice of school, but to enroll in IB courses students must complete an IB application/student essa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

ustang C&S Media Publications 1 Section B W v a-j Upcoming Boys Basketball Varsity Nov. 29: Richardson at Sachse, 7:30 p.m. Dec. 1-3: Coca-Cola Tournament, TBA. Junior varsity Nov. 29: Richardson at Sachse, 6 p.m. Dec. 1-3: Coca-Cola JV Tournament, South Garland HS, TBA. Freshman Nov. 29: Richardson at Sachse, 4:30 p.m. Dec. 1-3: Highland Park ^Tournament, Highland Park HS, TBA. Dec. 6: Sachse at Flower Mound, 6 p.m. Girls Basketball Varsity Nov. 29: Sachse at Piano, 7:30 p.m. Dec. 1-3: GISD Tournament, Sachse HS, North Garland HS, Garland HS, TBA. Dec. 6: West Mesquite at Sachse, 6.30 p.m. Dec. 9: Garland at Sachse, 7:30 p.m. Junior varsity Nov. 29: Sachse at Piano, 6 p.m. Dec. 6: West Mesquite at Sachse, 5 p.m. Dec. 9: Garland at Sachse, 6 p.m. Wylie football Varsity Nov. 26: Wylie vs. Killeen Ellison, Waco ISD Stadium. 1:30 p.m. Boys Basketball Varsity Nov. 29: Naaman Forest at Wylie, 8 p.m. Junior varsity Nov. 29: Naaman Forest at Wylie, 6:30 p.m. Freshmen Nov. 29: Naaman Fo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

Page 2 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, November 24, 2005 a Wylie splits at Allen's Hoopfest Photo by Shiela K. Haynes Jackie Stanley is the Lady Pirates' leading scorer this season. By Shiela K. Haynes Win some, lose some. That was the story of the Lady Pirates trip to the Allen Hoopfest. After defeating Sherman 31-28 in the opening round on Thursday morning, the girls faced off against a physically tough Glen Oaks (La.) team, the defending Louisiana state runner up in 2004. They fell 38-35 in a game that could have gone either way in the closing minutes. Moving into the loser's bracket, the team defeated McKinney 32-27 Friday evening. Their final game in the tourna- ment tipped off at noon Saturday, as the girls fell to an outstanding Rockwall team 59-33. "This is the most competitive tournament we have played in with great execution. "We gave up more points than we wanted overall, but the girls did a good job." 'This is the most competitive tournament we have played in w...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

Thursday, November 24, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section B - Page 3 Iks :e g >/• Boys Basketball Pirates weather early-season battles By Greg Ford The Wylie Pirates have held the lead in seven of the eight quarters they've played this season. They led for three periods Nov. 15 at Greenville, but it wasn't enough, as the Lions rallied to win, 71-61. On Saturday, in the home opener against Frisco Centennial, the Pirates held the lead throughout, and survived the feisty Titans, 58- 54. Wylie (1-1) will host Naaman Forest Nov. 29 and then plays in the Frisco Tournament Dec. 1-3. "I think it goes back to the pre- season, when (we talked) about knowing how to win," head coach David Black said. "Obviously, for seven of the eight quarters, we were winning. It's just matter of consis- tency, and being able to finish, and tonight (against Centennial) we were able to finish. . "Obviously, I would like to be 2- *0, but a win is a win, and I think we're on track." Saturday's game was a close c...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

■ ■ Page 4 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, November 24, 2005 SOS By Ryan Jones * „ . m M J i ■ It File photo Sachse's Meghan Strickland zeroes in on the opponent ball-handler in a game last week. Lady Mustangs battle injury bug 9 Photo by Adam Boedeker Maurice Dorsey goes up for a layup in Thursday's practice at Sachse High School. Ballard leads4Slangs over St. Mark's continued from page IB "It was a good game," Williams said. "We learned how to win a tough game, and I think that is something the team needed to get to. They were a big and physical team. "We were down early but didn't lose our composure. We stayed with the game plan that we came in with, and it started working for us. We knew that the defensive end of the court was where we could win." Ballard led the Mustangs with 19 points. Other Mustang players with double digits were Nate Phillips who scored 16 points, and Dorsey who contributed 10 points. Williams expects Tuesday's upcoming contest at Cedar Hill will b...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

Thursday, November 24, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section B Page 5 I Photo hy llrad Walsli Mallory Woodall takes to the air for a touchdown during the third quarter of Friday's area playoff name with Woodrow Wilson. Woodall was on the receiving end of a razzle-dazzle play, in which he handed the ball to receiver Max Boe, who then threw the pass to Woodall for the score, which cut Wilson's lead to 38-33. Hoe later scored the winning touchdown on a pass play. Sports Opinion Defense does its part in Wylie's stunning comeback victory Coining from 31 points down to claim a victory over the Woodrow Wilson Wildcats in Friday night's area match-up at Kincaide Stadium required a lot more than just putting points on the board. It required a total team effort. A one-man wrecking crew in 12 games this season, Wilson's Sergio Kindle had racked up a whopping 2,298 yards on 213 carries with 40 touchdowns leading his team to an undefeated season, that is, until the final three minutes of their game a...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

' Page 6 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, November 24, 2005 Pirates brush aside Wildcats during second-half rally continued from page IB dow n run. Early in the second quar- ter, kicker Armando Rodriguez connected from 40 yards out to put Wilson up 17-0. A Wylie fumble on the ensuing kickoff was recovered by the Wildcats at the Wylie 25-yard line. A pass interference call set up another Kindle touchdown, and Wilson led 24-0 with 8:03 remain- ing in the second quarter. On the first play of the Wildcats next drive, Kindle took off down the left side for the 60-yard touch- down to give Woodrow Wilson a 31-0 lead with more than five min- utes remaining in the first half. Wylie then ran off a 13-play drive, which began at the Pirate 20- yard line. Dexter Woods, in at running back for Jordan Alessio, was able to move the ball. Abbott was also to gain yardage, but three consecutive incompletions had Wylie facing a fourth down at the Wilson 24-yard line. Kicker Brice Reusink nailed...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

Section C C&S Media Publications November 23 - 24, 2005 Don't Be a Victim of the Grinch Be aware of your surroundings while shopping for that special someone *< Motorists bound for holiday shopping must stay alert, according to AAA Texas, to avoid fender benders, injuries or thefts that could make the holidays less than happy. And if last year is any indication of consumers' timing, it's just going to get more hectic. "The closer we get to the holidays, the tougher it is for people to be patient. This is especially true in mall parking lots and streets near the malls where traffic can be frustrating," said Rose Rougeau, spokesperson for AAA Texas. "Losing patience or not staying alert behind the wheel can result in crashes at inter- sections and in parking lots. Pedestrians should also watch out for vehicles so a shopping expe- dition doesn't turn into a tragedy. Once parked, shoppers should take steps to avoid becoming theft victims." The Insurance Institute for Highway Safe...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

t•, |§i P- ■ P? ' ' ' "' ' y; '■ ' Page 2 - Section C - CAS Media Publications - November 23 - 24, 2005 Tree, stars, mistletoe - symbols ^ 'How lovely are your branches' of the season yes, but why? Christmas is a holiday steeped in customs. Year in and year out, you decorate a Christmas tree, sip eggnog, and enjoy a candy cane beneath the mistletoe. But do you have any idea how these customs came about? To fully appreciate a holiday, you should understand its roots. This guide will help you get to the bottom of this festive and sacred holiday. Advent calendars: The first calendar counting o down to Christmas dates back to the 19th century. People counted down 24 or 25 days until Christmas (with the last day being Christmas Eve or Christmas Day), by using chalk lines to mark off the days. Later on the tradition of lighting a candle each night was born. Today, Advent calendars vary. Some have drawers or doors that are opened every day to reveal a religious icon, piece of candy or you ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 November 2005

November 23 -24, 2005 - C&S Media Publications - Section C - Page 3 Little Holiday Helpers ... a special section How to put the 'WOW in your holiday newsletter By Alicia White Thinking about updating Grandma and Grandpa of your family's main events this year? Want to send a fam- ily newsletter in your holiday greeting card that is sure to be read? Then here are a few tips to help make your newsletter fun find appealing! 1. Avoid using too many different type fonts. Sure it's a lot of fun to play around with fun fonts, but using too many can create a cluttered newsletter. Try using two fonts and applying the bold or italic. There are many fonts available; you can download free fonts by doing a search on the Internet as well as use the ones that come with your computer software such as: purchase a paper that has a light background, you should be able to print your newsletter in full color. If you use color paper, it is best to make sure all of your text is black and your graphics ...

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