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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 31 August 1988

page u verv neat mounds of ferny foliage studded with small, single flowers in lemon, orange or bicolor, de- pending upon the variety. This is another neatly beautiful and sim- ple flower whose charm never pales. Another simple, old-fashioned flower also ideal for a summer hedge is the annual lupin, a plant 1 returned to this year I used to grow and enjoy it regularly years ago in our first family gardens This summer we have enjoyed a dwl annual lupin called Pixie l^Bht edging our main garden pMway leading from the back lawn up to the garden shed. The plants are low (about 12 inches), very thickly bushy with the characteristically ornamental, many-fingered palmlike foliage of all lupins and dainty spikes of closely packed pealike flowers in soft and delicate shades of blue and lavender, white pink, rose, mauve and bicolors, It's not at all that I limit our garden flowers to the sweetly sim- ple I love lo try some of the big fancy ones, too — but just not in large, non-stop doses. Th...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 31 August 1988

f I 1 ^ Page 14 area, "so we have about 60,000 people who aspire to being per- formers in them. I would bet. though, that there are commercial and program opportunities in commercial centers — Los Ange- les, San Francisco, Chicago, Dal- las'Fort Worth, for example — and even in the local market areas of the nation." "The roles " according to Col- lier, "might be from the simplest scene of sitting or standing in the background of the action, to active roles or even starring roles. "Advertisers are finally discov- ering that older adults are an im- portant buying power in our soc;- ety, and therefore should be repre- sented positively in commercials for their products. To me, that says 'opportunity for mature adults." Don't plan on getting rich in getting into the commercial busi- ness, states Collier The exception, though, is where you are part of the commercial that becomes a hit, or are discovered for a major campaign Collier's success in teaching people the television and enter- t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 31 August 1988

Oh, yes, about your daughter: the American Academy of Pedia- trics suggests that preadolescent girls and boys may compete to- gether well. And your sonv Well, boxing carries so much risk of brain damage that, according to the AAP, "No young person should participate in the sport." Send: A long SASE. Ask For: Sports and Your Child. Mail To: American Academy Of Pediatrics, Sports Brochure, P.O. Box 927, Dept. C., Elk Grove Vil- 1^ IL 60009-0927. ^■mit: one per request. HELP! "Are you caught between career and motherhood?" asks this new publication called "Kids & Ca- reer." Subtitled "New Ideas and Options For Mother," the four- page newsletter takes a tough issue and offers some solutions to struggling moms. Why is a newsletter for working mothers important? Well, it has, been estimated that by the year 1990, there will be more than 38 million children in this country under the age of 10 More than half of these kids will have mothers who started working outside the home within a y...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 31 August 1988

MARY KAY COSMETICS For a complimentary facial or. for Mary Kay re-orders, call 8.J., 495-3828. A CHILD NEEDS lots of love and care. This is what I have to offer. References. $35 special. 530-7878. NEED AVON PRODUCTS? Be glad to help. Call 475-2205. Sarah. LICENSED NURSES needed. Excellent salary plus free health insurance. Also Certi- fied Nursing Assistants need- ed. Call Mildred Cole, Hillcrest Manor, 442-3553, Wylie. WANTED: Responsible teen- ager to keep children in my home Mondays and Thursdays 6 - 10:30 p.m. $20 per week. 495-9196, evening. DON'S HOME SERVICE Carpentry, painting, electrical work, plumbing, cabinet and ceramic tile, repair or remodel. No job too 3mall. 676-2718 214/447-2092 BARRETT SERVICE CENTER 2300 HIGHWAY 66. ROV.'I E7TT Danny Puckett, Service Manager 475-1080 We offer: 90 Day Warranty on parts and labor 15% Discount to commercial accounts 4 Wheel computerized alignment Computerized engine analyzer New Cooper tires in stock Wrecker Service ASE Certified Tec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 September 1988

Ol,e Sentinel VOL. XIII, NO. 36 DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY TO EVERY HOME IN SACHSE AND WYLIE SEPTEMBER 7, 1988 Campus Openings Smooth In Wylie and Garland ■J* 'X. % $ At Wylie's new P.M. Akin Elementary School, Principal Ron Ferguson greets second graders Leigh Ann Collins, daughter of Bill and Anita Collins, and Stevan Whitaker, son of Randy and Cheryl Whitaker. A plaque hangs in the school in honor of Akin, former Wylie teacher and prin- cipal who died in 1981. Ferguson spent three years at Birmingham Elementary before his appointment to Akin. Wylie and Garland school officials reported record reg- istrations and problem-free campus openings at many of the schools as September ar- rived. Students at Akin Element- ary and at Naaman Forest School in Garland are excited about their brand-new facili- ties featuring wider corridors, eye-catching prints, and dec- orative plants. So are mem- bers of the faculties and staff. Luna secretary Gina Smith said: "Things ran so smoothly at Luna Elementa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 September 1988

Page * lie Sentinel NEWS & ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 ESTABLISHED 1976 Publisher - Don Swanson Editor - Reba Liner Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or repu- tation of any person, firm, or cor- poration which may appear in the columns of The Sentinel will glad- ly be corrected if brought to the attention of the editor. Signed ar- ticles herein express the views of the authors, which are not necessarily those of the editors. Schools Open (Continued from page 1) tration showed 391. Cox is in her fourth year as principal and eighth year in the WISD, She has a third grader, Courtney, at Hartman and will be taking maternity leave soon. Beverly Gothard, manager of the cafeteria at Hartman, said all went well -- and the kids were particularly pleased with pizza the first day and cheeseburgers on Friday. Beverly said they served 82 percent of the students last year through the hot lunch line. Akin Secretary Peggy Mini- han's tall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 September 1988

Page 3 1 Speaking Out! Question of the week: What is he best advice your parents gave you? pv U i i 1 \4 1 / TAMMY MONTGOMERY, MARK REYNOLDS, pastor, CRYSTAL DOYLE, Paul's ALICE GARNER, homemak- KEN WHITE, Allsup's: 'My First National Bank of Sachse: Park Lake Baptist Church, Grocery, Sachse: "Go to er/mom, Sachse: Study hard mom had this weird saying -- "Set no limits on yourself." Sachse: 'If it's worth doing, school and finish and always no one can take away Every tub must sit on its own it's worth doing right.' do your best.' what's in your brain.' bottom." * FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: 8:00-6:00 Monday/Thursday/8:00-7:00 Friday Spotlight On Clay Blakey Newly-elected Banking Officer Clay Blakey focuses his attention on loan and asset quality and works closely with the loan officers. At the bank about a year, he recently graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas, where he majored in economics. He also recently became a new homeowner in Wylie. Clay is a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 September 1988

Page 4 I Beth Brewster, children's librarian in Wylie, (now third grade teacher at Akin) hands out certificates and prizes to youngsters who completed the second summer reading session. " Beth Brewster with prize winners, left to right, Lauren Yeager, Kirsten Grif- fiths, Pamela Donovan, and Nikki Bundy. 1 Volunteers Karen Newman and Veronica Wilkerson assist with the cookies and cool drinks at the Big Top Party rocently. i ji ■« - Vwm- i t mmm Grand prize winner of the jam box is Lauren Yeager. Amy Close and Billy Close won first-place ribbons for their artwork. 1 I Beth with winners, left to right, Amy Close, Crystal Drummond, Lyric Tins- ley, and Billy Close. Librarian Kay Daniel at end-of-summer party. Kay emphasized that 'the real prize in these programs is that the child learns the love of reading which will reward him or her throughout life." Wylie Summer Reading Program Party

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 September 1988

Page 5 V Serving the Christian com- munity in the total education of children from kindergarten age through grade 12, the Wylie Christian Academy has entered its eighth year of op- eration on Parker Road. Children may enter at any time during the year. As clas- ses got under way in September, 55 students were on the rolls. Headmaster Dave Dryden explained that the school was developed by Christ Com- munity Church where he is an elder. The goal, as Dryden pointed out, is "spiritual and academic preparation for life with em- phasis on Christ's teachings." A school board works under the eldership and provides the school leadership. Dryden was born in New Mexico, but calls Tennessee home. That's where he start- ed fourth grade and spent his growing-up years. He arrived in Wylie in 1967 and spent some 14 years as an electrical engineer at Texas Instru- ments before entering the ac- ademic world. Dryden, 47, and his wife, Martha Lynn, also a WCA teacher, have been married 24 years. Their ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 September 1988

Page 6 Police Reports Sachse The police log in Sachse re- flected the following activity between Aug. 26 and Sept. 1, according to Chief Tom Fenley. Aug. 26: A person in the 3900 block of Hwy. 78 suffer- ed a possible heart attack and was taken to an area hospital. Loud music was reported at Seventh Street and Billings- ley. Person dislocated knee in 1700 block of Vicksburg and was taken to an area hos- pital. Police took a stranded motorist in the 5400 block of Hwy. 78 to his residence. A warning citation was issued for loud music in the 3500 block of Jewel. Aug. 27: Two subjects were arrested on outstanding warrants in the 6600 block of Murphy Road. Two cars were involved in a minor accident at Hwy. 78 and Salmon and a two-car accident took place at Murphy and Blackburn. Aug. 28: A domestic dis- turbance in the 5600 block of Brookview was referred to an- other agency as the reported offense occurred elsewhere. Aug. 31: A house was burg- larized in the 3700 block of Sixth Street. A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 September 1988

Page 7 ob ■d a J3 T3 cl 0 Owl Tracks By RONDA ELTON Garland High opened to many new and renovated areas. Although construction is not complete, it is much improved over last year. Varsity football team open- ed with a tough game against Spruce Friday night, resulting in a 14-6 loss. The Mighty Owl Band gave an excellent half- time performance, along with the Dashing Debs. A Back to School Dance, sponsored by the Student Council, followed the game. The freshman football team won its season-opener Thurs- day against Lakeview at Johnson Stadium, 7-6. The football schedule for this week has the junior vars- ity and freshman teams playing W.T. White at 7:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m., respect- ively, Thursday at H.B. John- son Stadium, and the varsity taking on W.T. White Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Loos Stadium. The girls' varsity volleyball team placed fourth in the Birdville Tournament last weekend. This coming week- end they will play in the Mart- in High School Tournament, and the JV will compet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 September 1988

Page £ SPORTS :Up= ZXKXIfll Wylie JV Impressive in Win Over Cedar Hill Good things are ahead for Wylie High School football if Thursday's junior varsity game is any indication. The JV opened its season against Class AAAA Cedar Hill and throttled the Longhoms, holding them to 115 total yards en route to a 19-0 victory. Defense was the name of the game, as Cedar Hill mounted only one serious threat all night -- and that was thwarted by Owen Justice's pass interception at the Wylie 20. In the meantime, Chad Womack, Daniel Brady, Chris McClure, Tom Mattox and Co. did the job. If there was a flaw in the defense, it was allowing two pass completions, each for 24 yards. In the meantime, Wylie showed a balanced offense di- rected by Quarterbacks Greg Howard and Mattox. Sticking to the ground most of the time, the Pirates unleashed Jared Hayes, Paul Wilson, and Ray Haley for consistent yardage. Wilson was the lead- ing ground-gainer with 85 yards on six carries, 42 coming on one scamper. Hay...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 September 1988

Page 9 .. «- - ■, w, /f /ft ■* S * ■ ^ AWt - M 'hmm * Im rw- % fr% J* :W\ « p | % f i ** v *•' > < y ;/? '/,„<, j < ,■ ii r}'' ' ,4 i ' ' yf^l; \p'■■■": ■ ■'•■■ ■:"'" •: r-^"" Greenville's Joseph Lehman jumps high in an unsuccessful attempt to block a NaamanForest $ noger Hayes (21) tries to avoid Greenville's Chad Cunning- punt by Naaman Forest's Vincent Potts. ^am (31) in Thursday s 6-0 win by Greenville. -- Photos by Thomas Jones. Naaman Forest Defeated In School's Football Debut You'd never know Naaman Forest's Rangers were play- ing their first football game Thursday night. The first-year school's ninth grade team turned in a stellar defensive performance before bowing to Class AAAAA Greenville's freshmen, 6-0, at Williams Stadium. The entire first quarter was played in the middle of the field. Early in the second per- iod the Rangers had a drive going, moving from their 21 to midfield, when leading rusher Wylie Freshmen (Cont. from previous page) yards for a two po...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 September 1988

Page 10 Question: "Will the godly people that lived under the old law go to heaven, since Jesus had not become a Saviour at that time?" Jesus lived near the end of the Mosaic Law (Old Test- ament Law). He died and left a New Testament Law to be proclaimed beginning in Jeru- salem. This gospel, being preached at the beginning, is recorded in Acts 2. The Hebrew writer in Heb- rews 9:15 says: "And for this cause he is the mediator of the New Testament, that by means of death, for the redemption of the transgres- sions that were under the first testament, they which are Bible Answers BY WILLIS DYKES', MINISTER Sachse Church of Christ called miqht receive the promise of eternal inheri- tance." Thus we can learn that the death of Jesus, as a sacrifice for sin, was for the obedient under our New Testament law. He died for all sinners for all time, even before He came to this earth. The people under the Mosaic Law had much to be thankful for, since the animal sacrifices required under their...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 September 1988

Page 11 Wylie Town Hall Meeting Sept. 13 Wylie City Council members met Tuesday night and will convene again Thursday to wrap up the budget for 1988- '89. Their recommendations will be aired Tuesday, Sept. 13, at a Town Hall meeting at City Hall beginning at 6:30 p.m. "We are not required to hold I(0^ °Pen meetin9 °f this type," [^Councilman Ortie Messenger said, "but we want everyone to be aware of the improve- ments we're making.* Messenger also announced that a newsletter is in the works which will be distribut- ed to all Wylie residents in an effort to keep everyone informed. Wylie Women's League To Meet Sept. 15 Wylie Women's League will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15, in the Community Room of the Wylie Library. Everyone is invited to bring a salad. Drinks and eating utensils will be provided. Alvie Bugbee is the new president and Jan Morgan heads the board of directors. Call Bugbee at 442-6614 for information about joining the group. •4\ BIRTHS SARAH FAYE CARNES Joe and Kim...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 September 1988

Page 12 Food Service Menus 'I*.- Wylie Independent School District MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Stuffed Potato with Taco Meat, Cheese and Butter Creamy Coleslaw Texas Toast | Oatmeal Cookie 12 Pizza Tossed Salad Chilled Pears Chocolate Brownie 13 THURSDAY Turkey Sandwich with Lettuce and Pickles Orange Smiles Fried Okra Peanut Butter Bar 14 Super Nachoes with Chips, Chili and Cheese Refried Beans Mexican Corn Fruited Jello Dess 15 FRIDAY Fried Chicken-in-a- Basket with French Fries Carrot Circles w/ Dip Cornbread r B & W Pudding | 1 Garland Independent School District Monday 12 Corny Dog/Mustard * Ravioli + Baked Beans + Turnips/Green * Caulillower/Cheese Sauce + Pinto Beans + Tossed Salad/French Dressing ♦ Pineapple Slices/Yellow Cheese ) Rice t Dinner Rolls Strawberry Caxa/lcmg Fruit Cobbler • Milk. Chocolate Milk + Fruit Juice Tuesday 13 Chalupa/Rice/Taco Sauce *Ham Pattie/Cheese Slick + Retried Beans + Seasoned Broccoli + Apple Crescents + Pinto Beans + Tossed Salad/French Dress...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 September 1988

Halloween Carnival Set at Sachse Christian Church, Oct. 29 The date for the annual Hal- Sachse Christian Church, for loween Carnival in Sachse Saturday evening, Oct. 29, in has been set by its sponsor, the Activity Building behind r MAID TO ORDER LET US DO YOUR DIRTY WORK! Cleaning Service Mop - Vacuum - Wax - Dust • Polish Scrub - Sanitize Call for Rates 495-1834 " — RICHARDS MY-T-QUICK FM 544/Murphy Road SANDWICHES & BARBECUE New Hours: 6 a. m. - 11 p.m. 7 Days a Week COMMERCIAL RESIDENTlAl Mobil Home Service Poles Charlies Electric Jacks Heating & Air Conditioning Service Sachse, Texas Home 530-3891 CHARLES HAHN OWNEP Systems Digital Bvepei 933-1787 Best Li'I Hair House in Texas 111 S. Murphy Road Murphy Bill Cheek, Owner ^24- Rosemary Joyce, Manager Kim Zimmerman, Artist/Makeup David Brewer, Barber/Stylist Complete Hair Care Linda Pitts, Hair Stylist for Men, Women A Children Ear Piercing, Facials, Makeovers, Manicures & Waxing KIDS IN DUANA YATES - Owner 495-0836 Go...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 September 1988

Page 14 Feature Section Rotary's PolioPlus program By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Dear Readers: Once in a while something comes to me that de- serves wide readership, even if it isn't in response to one of your let- ters. A fantastic plan related to the health of children is such an item. The program apparently evolved in reaction to some terri- fying World Health Organization estimates. In developing coun- tries, vaccine-preventable dis- eases kill 3.5 million children and disable an equal number every year (one child every five sec- onds). These diseases include polio, measles, diphtheria, whoop- ing cough, tetanus and tubercu- losis. Polio alone strikes 220,000 children a year, more than one case every three minutes. Vac- cines and technology can prevent this tragedy. '* Rotary International (through the Rotary Foundation) has start- ed a program called PolioPlus. Its objective is to make sure that every child in the world is protect- ed against the crippling effec...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 September 1988

c ARIES: (March 21 to April 19 — Also Aries Ascendant) — Accept the responsibility of heading up a career project that adds to your prestige Good luck in speculation and in friendship assists you to score a major victory. Gei your ideas down on paper, be discreet and protect your privacy. TAURUS: (April 20 to May 20 — Also Taurus Ascendant) — A jour- ney to attend a family reunion is possible and social life increases, favorable contact with a boss or uperior could lead to a raise or promotion. Your dreams and wishes could become reality and romance is favored. GEMINI: (May 21 to June 20 — Also Gemini Ascendant) — Con- centrate on getting information about joint finances, estate mat- ters, trust funds or inheritances. Gain through the written word is possible and travel is favored. A secret meeting may bring in- creased prestige. CANCER: (June 21 to July 22 - Also Cancer Ascendant) — Be pa- tient, stick to the task at hand and a joint project will succeed. Show affection and persuad...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 September 1988

<1 > MARY KAY COSMETICS For a complimentary facial or. for Mary Kay re-orders, call B.J., 495-3828. POOL SERVICE Year Round Pool & Spas offers pool cleaning. Complete service including repairs and a full line of chemicals. 442-6729. MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income tax counseling and preparation- Notary-Public Typing-Insurance filing (Medicare & others) 442-297'! Wyl'6; DON'S HOME SERVICE WANTED: Responsible teen- CarPentry. painting, electrical LOVING DAY CARE in my home in Sachse. All ages. Mon. through Fri. Lunch. Back yard playground. 530-5868. ager to keep children in my home Mondays and Thursdays 6 - 10:30 p.m. $20 per week. 495-9196, evening. work, plumbing, cabinet and ceramic tile, repair or remodel. No job too small. 676-2718 214/447-2092 BARRETT SERVICE xO 2300 HIGHWAY 66. ROWLE Danny Puckett, Service Manager 475-1080 We offer: 90 Day Warranty on parts and labor 15% Discount to commercial accounts 4 Wheel computerized alignment Computerized engine an...

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