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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 October 1988

Page 9 Naaman Forest Ninth Graders Drop 39-0 Decision to South Garland It took just 56 seconds for South Garland to score Thursday against Naaman Forest in a ninth grade foot- ball game . . . and the young Colonels went on from there to post a 39-0 win. Fans barely settled in their seats when Clarence Cheatham broke free on a 42-yard touchdown. Moments later it was Cheatham again--this time for 44 yards and a 13-0 South Garland lead. That's the way things stood until Denard Walker broke free for 84 yards in the second quarter, giving the Colonels a commanding 20-0 advantage at halftime. Early in the third period, the Wylie Seventh Graders Wylie Middle School's seventh graders scored their second 6-0 victory in as many weeks Thursday when they turned back Bonham at Bon- ham. The lone touchdown came on a 20-yard pass from Jeremy Moore to Greg Smith. The eighth graders didn't fare as well, coming out on the short end of a 30-7 count. Wylie's touchdown was on a 40-yard pass from Jeff Mi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 October 1988

Page 10 Food Service Menus r j \ 1 r j rr Wylie Independent School District yjw1 . y. wi&w* monday Ravioli Casserole Fried Okra Buttered Corn Garlic Bread hoc. Chi '"'uioc. ump Cook COLUMBUS DAY 10 runsday Pizza Tossed Salad Rosy Applesauce Peanut Butter Bar 11 wednesday Steak Fingers Mashed Potatoes Seasoned Black-eye Peas Hot Roll Fruited Jello Dessert 12 thursday Fried Fish Nuggets Creamy Coleslaw Baked Beans Cornbread Crisp Red Apple J3 friday Hamburger/Cheeseburger French Fries Lettuce and Pickles Wacky Cake 1<1 Garland Independent School District Monday 10 # t Pizza • Managers Choice + Scalloped Polaloes t Apple Slices t Mixed Vegetables * Red Apple Slices + Tossed Salad/French Dressing * Pear Slices } Rice j Dinner Rolls Cookies Strawberry Cake/Icing • Milk, Choc Milk ♦ Fruit Juice Tuesday 11 Submarine Sandwich on Croissant * Stulled Green Pepper Ring + New Potatoes Apple Crescents +■ Green Beans ♦ Tossed Salad/French Dressing + Fruit Cocktail } Rice } Dinner Rolls f C...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 October 1988

Page 11 Computers Today: m By KEVIN KERR ^ Editor's Note: This is the first in a series of columns on 'enrich- ing your life through computers." Information will appeal to both the novice and the experienced computer user. The writer is a programmer with Texas Instru- ments. One of the questions I hear most is: "i want to buy my son or daughter a computer and I just don't know what to buy." Buying a computer for the home requires a lot of deliberation. That's not to say that the task of buying a com- puter cannot be accomplished successfully. Here's a blue- print to fit most situations. The first step is to balance the cost of a computer system against its possible uses. For an average equipped IBM compatible computer you can expect to pay between $1,000 and $1,500. Don't be alarmed; the beauty of the computer is its ability to upgrade and add on equipment as you can afford it. The next step is to think about the purpose of the computer. Unlike the reason for computers in the home d...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 October 1988

Page 12 Fox & Jacobs Announces Opening of 101-Home Tract in Wylie Fox & Jacobs has ann- ounced the opening of Carriage Oaks, a Wylie sub- division on Gateway Bend. Ribbon-cutting ceremonies were held Tuesday for a tract of 101 homes to be built in the $74,900 to $91,900 price range. At present two are finished, including the 1,645-square foot sales office home, and another five houses have been started. "We also own a tract adjacent to this one where another 100 homes can be constructed," said sales rep- resentative Bob Small wood. The homes, three and four- bedroom designs, range in size from 1,366 square feet to 2,126 square feet. The aver- age lot size is 65x110 feet. "We do have some corner lots that are 80x115 feet and one huge lot that's 190x150 feet," sales representative Stone Murray said. Fox & Jacobs has been building in the Dallas-Fort Worth area for over 40 years and in 1972 became part of the Centex family. In addition to home building, Fox & Jacobs has ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 October 1988

Page 13 MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income tax counseling and preparation - Notary Public - Typing - Insurance filing (Medicare & Others) 442-2974 Wylie DON'S HOME SERVICE Carpentry, painting, electrical work, plumging, cabinet and ceramic tile, repair or remodel. No job too small. 676-2718 or 214/447-2092 ~ GARAGE SALE: Saturday, J>/Oct. 8 'til dusk. Girls" clothes & shoes, toys, kitchen items, sofa sleeper, miscellaneous. 5000 Natchez, Sachse. REDUCED CHILD CARE* A home awav ^ ^ BATH, BUILT-INS, from home Plenty of fun/edu CARPORT, WATER PAID. Sn£,Ty.P"Soy. lunches ■ 2%°°3£t snacks. From someone who P0S''• 530-1100 or 245-3163. cares. 530-2580 ; OPENINGS for child care in FULL-SIZE GYM available for my home in Sachse. Nice hot rent evenings and Saturday, lunch and snacks. Teacher. Call 530-9668. 495-8517. I MAKE UNITS and T-shirt NEED A G00D ELECTRIC- dresses. Call 495-2241. IAN? Lights, plugs, ceiling fans, etc. Work guaranteed. Call John, 475-7999. CHILD CARE: 4...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 October 1988

Page 14 ■ Feature Section Applique and crochet By Robin Godfrey Copley News Service APPLIQUE PATTERNS Looking for an angel applique to adorn the pieced apron you just completed, but you don't feel ar- tistic enough to design your own pattern'' Maybe you need a pattern for an interesting appliqued border to finish off a carefully crafted wall hanging. Or perhaps you simply want some good designs you can adapt for stenciling, stitching or other craft work. If so, this is the freebie for you. Write to Mary's Productions and you will receive Country Style Applique Patterns, a two-sided sheet with seven different pat- terns. The folksy, simple designs include an Amish-type angel, a pair of geese, a sheep and a barn/trees/house combination. Trace your favorites and use them to perk up all kinds of different crafts projects or to applique de- signs on sweatshirts, tote bags, baby bibs and kids' clothes. Send: 50 cents postage and hand- ling. Ask For: Country Style Appli- que Patterns. Mail...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 October 1988

Page 15 1 ■ expect to burn out because she has another part of her practice — and that is in teaching people to stay well. Aagaard lectures at medical conferences on women and arthritis, women's medicine and on emergency care. On this trip to New York City she is lecturing journalists on exercise as a major prescription in dealing with arthritis. The forum is the Women and Arthritis series of presenta- tions by Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, producer of Feldene, one of the most-prescribed non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory drugs in the world. Mainly for Seniors In her recommendations for ex- ercise for arthritis, Aagaard re- commends range-of-motion activi- ty for all affected joints. In arthritis, as in other human ailments, it is "use it or lose it." If you don't work the affected joint for its fullest range of motion ac- tively, every day, the joint can tighten up through the inactivity — creating a limitation that you and your doctor want to avoid. For the muscles leading to and from the...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 October 1988

k_ . ■ * f H Wylie Karate Center's partners, Brad Ladue, left, and Larry Wheeler, at their new location, 612 N. Hwy. 78. The two-year- old teaching faclity is open to children and adults. Open house from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15, will give everyone an opportunity to view the gym and weight room and see karate demonstrations. Ribbon-cutting will be held at 10 a.m. Thurs- day. SACHSE CALENDAR Fire Department, 7 p.m. Thursday, Fire Station. Weight Watchers, 7 p.m. Monday, First. United Methodist Church. Boy Scouts, 7:30 p.m. Monday, Christian Church. Planning and Zoning, 7:30 p.m. Monday, City Hall. Park Board, 7: '<0 p.m. Monday, City Hall. Chamber of Commerce, noon Tuesday, Park Lake Baptist Church. Program topic: Immigration. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ < ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦< COUNTRY JUNCTION t 6024 Hwy. 78 - Sachse M 530-9475 $; BREAKFAST SPECIAL 2 Scrambled Eggs Choice of Bacon/Sausage/Ham Toast or Bisquits Gravy -- Hash Browns Coffee $2.49 + tax LUNCH SPECIAL CHICKEN FRIED STEAK Mashed P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 12 October 1988

e §ei\tir\el *rOL. NO. 41 DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY TO EVERY HOME IN SACHSE AND WYLIE OCTOBER 12, 1988 s 'Vr m m vSSZ ^ T* **. J- # Trrmm <**•*•/ W//M& w :v:v H '** Mtttt *« *<$$ Wl* ImWmmmEWliMl _ I s fr i W'-4 ;J*f ' i SfssipraMBISi i' * ■ • . '" ./ , ../• ^ .4&: ■■.■■■ ■'■■■ */ /;t !K«fMi m*i<< ?*1T ' <«.- 4-,-, "T*c! * .JS*. <i ... Sk. .;.,*. • /A,. r"i... , . i ^SS w rWm ... ^ Sanden officials Krish Kap- adia and lian Fisher told the Wylie City Council members before the meeting Tuesday night that "everything is on schedule" for Sanden's opening in Wylie next year. The two men were in Japan last week and reported that "Sanden should be rolling out the product in Wylie by early summer." With this plant opening in mind, Council members are directing their attention to the completion of Sanden Blvd., which borders the Sanden ^ftact on the west, and will Eventually connect Hwy. 78 and FM 544. Presently a dirt road, it will Lecome a 6-lane boulevard and part of a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 12 October 1988

- • Page 2 9ic §eqtiqel MEWS & 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. Wylie Highlights By SHELLEY BIDWELL Juniors order their senior class rings in October. Rings are usually purchased from Balfour, but those who prefer a different style may choose one from other jewelers. Choosing the ring is not nearly as restrictive as the price for these precious jewels - $60 to $400-plus for a ring that is worn about two years. enjoyed a special ride to JOHN YEAGER CIC \ 1 rOwR JftfcpeaJHf ] V Hi-wrt/AWfr J \_ ac WYLIE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Highest standards of professional serv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 12 October 1988

Speaking Out! Question of the week: What do you fear most? Page 3 REBECCA YANDRY, Sachse: "When I'm hunting, I worry that I'll wound a deer instead of kill it." PEGGY STRONG, Sachse: BUTCH FRARACCHIO, "Snakes." Sachse: "Spiders." GARY ELKINS, SPD: 'I'm fearless." % I PAT BOYD, Sachse: "Brenda." JUST AROUND THE CORNER Yes, it's that time of year again. First National Bank of Sachse is gearing up for Santa's Helpers, and once again we will need your help. Last year we had gifts for more than 40 children. Santa's Helpers is the staff's way of helping out the community children who otherwise wouldn't have a Christmas. We ask our cuiUDmers to bring new toys and clothes to the bank, and then the staff distributes the gifts to the kids on Christmas. We also will accept money, and we'll do the shopping. This year members of the Student Council of Naaman Forest Middle/High School will help deliver the gifts as part of their community project. The school is one of First National Bank of Sachs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 12 October 1988

Hartman Observes Fire Prevention Making Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 3-7, Hartman Elementary students in Wylie drew posters. Recognized for outstanding posters were Casey Gent, Tiffany Magnuson, Shelly Scholz, Lauren Yeager, Barret Gaskill, Douglas Andrews, Lindsay Scallia, Jed Steph- ens, Jennifer Castro, Sarah Self, Daniel Golightly, Larry Lewin-Epstein, David Por- tinga, Jason Janes, Courtney Bramlett, and Mely Gonzalez. Members of the Wylie Volun- teer Fire Department arrived in a truck and demonstrated dry chemical extinguishers and fire hose. They also let the children try on helmets and fire coats. Students Honored Named "Students of the Month" for September at Wylie's Hartman Elementary were Amanda Pelham, David Brumbalow, Jason Self, Cath- erine Tye, and Amber Wolfe. Students' selection is based on good behavior and out- standing leadership. Wylie School Trustee Elected to State Office Alan Leverett, president of the Wylie Independent School District Board of Trustees since '...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 12 October 1988

Page 5 Lakeview High By STEVE PEARSON ■Eiool spirit is soaring at LaTeview. You can feel it from the classrooms to the auditor- ium to the parking lot. A 6-0 varsity football seas- on and a state-best 10-game winning streak will do that to a school. My sophomore year at Lakeview, I saw the young Patriots suffer through an 0-10 season. Last year, a little more mature, they posted a 6-4 record (at the time, it was the most season victories in the school's history). Now they're undefeated and rec- ognized as one of the best teams in the state. So, what caused the turn- around? Maturing, gifted play- ers and Coach Tommy Wat- kins. Watkins, the third-winning- est active football coach in Texas with a 236-89-7 rec- ord, took over the Lakeview football program in the wake of its 1986 0-10 season. At his first pep rally, he told the students: "If you're ever going to see a rainbow, you've got to stand in the rain. But we've stood in the rain long enough." He went on to guide his players to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 12 October 1988

Page 6 Wylie City Council (Continued from page I) possibly resubmit the bid in the future. Steakley Chevrolet presented the low bid for the support vehicle for the Fire Department, and bids will go out for two police cars. Before approving the revised final plat of Twin Lakes subdivision Phase I on S. Ballard south of the high school, known as the Thirsk Property, Council members suggested that street names be chosen from historically significant names in Wylie - and owners were agreeable. City Secretary Carolyn Jones had prepared a list of former mayors' names and a number of these wer, .accepted. Under "cid business,* members looked at the possible annexation program, or as Trimble termed it, ■filling in donut holes." John Akin opposes annexing unless the property owner is willing. But other members approve following the schedule of annexation which will put some agricultural land not being used and a few houses on the tax rolls by the dead- line of Dec. 13. This means they will n...

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

Page 7 Question: "Is it wrong to judge one another?" In the sermon on the mount as recorded in Matthew 7:1, Jesus said, "Judge not, that ye be not judged." This state- ment by Jesus refers to rash, or unjust judgments. The apostle Paul explains unjust judging in Romans 2:1 when he states that we condemn someone for an act and then we do the same ^3ing. ^■Jesus, in Matthew 7:1, is not forbidding our forming an opinion on others' actions. In fact the Bible principles require that we shun those that are evil. In order to do this we must make some pro- per judgments. Notice Ephes- ians 5:11, 12: "And have no fellowship with the unfruitful Bible Answers BY WILLIS DYKES, MINISTER Sachse Church of Christ works of darkness, but rather reprove them. For it is a shame even to speak those things which are done of them in secret." The apostle Paul in the pre- ceding scripture is telling the Ephesians there are those that they must not have fellowship with. How can a person decide or judge in ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 12 October 1988

Page 8 SPORTS AHMO Power Prevails As Wylie Blasts Princeton, 43-0 Wylie 7th, 8th Grade Teams Defeat Princeton Thursday was a good day for Wylie Midde School foot- baiiers. Beth the seventh ana eighth graae tears won at Prince- ton, the seventh graoe notching its third straight shutout, 15-0, apd the eighth grace group winning for the first time in two years (they were winless as seventh graders and haa dropped three games this season). Although Princeton reached the Wylie five-yard line on a couple of occasions in the seventh grade tilt, they were unable to push the ball into the end zone. Wylie scored on a pass from Jeremy Moore to Josh McKiddy and on a 45-yard run by Anthony EscaJante. Brandt Locke kicked the extra point after the first touchdown and ran across a two-point conversion after EscaJante's TD. Princeton nearly pulled out the eighth grade contest on the finaJ play of the game, a pass into the end zone which was caught momentarily -- before the receiver was knocked free ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 12 October 1988

1 Ellis Keys Naaman Forest Win Over Lakeview, 27-0 Naaman Forest's ninth grade Rangers Saturday found that their best offense was their defense. At least, that's the way things turned out as Harold Ellis returned pass interceptions 36 and 38 yards for touchdowns and returned a punt 85 yards which was ^yurtiaJly nullified by a clipping Malty. l"hrow in a two-yard run by Quarterback Dalton Morris and a 55-yard romp by Roger Hayes and it all added up to a 27-0 Ranger victory over Lakeview Centennial's fresh- man B-team at Williams Stadium. Adding a little spice to the affair was a halftime perfor- mance by the Naaman Forest drill team, its first appearance ever. The Ranger defense, which had been maligned in a 39-0 loss to South Garland one week earlier, held Lakeview to 86 yards rushing and 16 yards passing. Leading defen- sive performers were Chad Kueser, Jay King, Matt Peacock. Ian Murphy, Duncan Strickland, and, of course, Ellis. Feins barely settled in their seats on a windy, mist...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 12 October 1988

Page 10 . •• ««S)V if «** «} m mm, mm mm ■n UW- I w mm 11® /"* :: - • .-'•* ? V\/ylie High School's cross country track team nears the District 10-AAA meet in Whitesboro, Oct. 22, ranked fifth in the state. The Pirates have their final pre-district meet tuneup Saturday at Mountain View College. Members of the team, left to right, back row, are Coach Barb Bennett, Gina Shipley, Brenna O'Dell, Mindy Herrera, and Erin Henry. Front row, Cathy Cron, Leann Hoebing, Elisa Sheppard, and Kathy Oliver. Sachse Co-Ed Softball Standings T earn W L Perfater #10 5 0 Kendrick #12 5 0 Art Smith #9 4 1 Pearce #2 3 2 50/50 #8 3 2 Burns #7 2 3 Boyd #11 2 3 Max field #4 2 3 Doyle #1 2 3 Adcom Express #6 1 4 Murphy #3 0 5 Howard Custom Trim #5 0 5 LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Perfater 11, Burns 7 Kendrick 22, Howard Trim 11 Art Smith 18, 50/50 3 Pearce 12, Maxfield 6 Doyle 14, Murphy 10 Adcom Express 13, Boyd 11 Look At What "WEE" Have Done! 3,000 Sq. Ft. Gym 15,000 Sq. Ft. Playground Gymnastics Through "Flippers...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 12 October 1988

_ COUNTRY JUNCTION HELP MARY JANE'S SERVICES WANTED: Experienced wait- Tax Planning ress and experienced cook, Income tax counseling and both fulltime, and part-time preparation - Notary Public - dishwasher. 530-9475. Typing - Insurance filing (Medicare & Others) MOVING SALE: Children's 442-2974 Wylie things, fence posts, Atari ■ 2600, Television II, and much more. Oct. 14 & 15, 2309 Sec- MY CHILDREN NEED a ond St., Sachse. Granny. Girl, 4, and boy, 1. From 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. LOOKING FOR GOOD HOME Monday through Friday. Your with room to run for male Irish home or mine. 442-4501 setter. Neutered, has shots. ,^530-9790. GARAGE SALE: Saturday, ^juAc \ olta 0ct- 8 'til du8k- Girl8' clothes eijt ql nl if ifi q k 4 shoes, toys, kitchen items, Sat. & Sun., Oct. 15 & 16p 9-5, o0fa ftleenAr rniftCAllflnAnuft 5330 Orchard Dr., Sachse, off J™ N®'e®P®r' "aneous. Sachse Road. Furniture, toys, 5 Natch0Z. Sachse. clothes. m VCR FOR SALE: Wired PLANTS/GARAGE SALE remote control...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 12 October 1988

Page 12 r^.-~ >,> WtM Kids In Motion is in full swing In its now oxpandod Sachso location, 5560 Hwy. 78 (next to Das Handwerk Haus). Left, Melissa King directs My Little Ponies class. Right, Winnie Ostrom leads the Care Bears in early morning tap. Duana Yates owns the studio wnich offers tap, jazz, ballet, tumbling, twirling, cheerleading, drill team and boys' skills, Super Kids Preschool, and Tots in Motion activity time. RON'S FRUITS & VEGETABLES 300 E. Hwy. 78 Wylie OPEN 8 - 7 7 DAYS A WEEK Fresh Produce Daily COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL Mobil Home Service Poles It Charlie's Electric sXl Heating & Air Conditioning Service S*chse, Texas Home 530-3891 CHARLES HAHN OWNER Digital Beeper 933-1787 ^EYE ASSOCIATES Lake Ray Hubbard Office The Treatment Of Medical & Surgical Diseases Of the Eye Including: CATARACT SURGERY INTRAOCULAR LENS IMPLANTATION LASER SURGERY CONTACT LENS FITTING Saturday Morning Appointments Available 24rHour Emergency Coverage Craig D. Smith, M.D. Oph...

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