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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 November 1988

Page 9 Wylie High School Lady Pirates Basketball Schedule 1988 - 89 t DATE DAY OPPONENT TEAHS SITE TIHE Nov. 3 Thurs. Irving HacArthur (Scrimmage) 9 & JV Home 4:30-6 : 00 5 Sat. Irving HacArthur (Scrimmage) VAR Home 10:00 8 Tues Forney (Scrimmage) 9 6, JV Forney 5-6:00 10 Thurs Forney (Scrimmage) Var Forney 5:30 15 Tues Garland Lakeview 9, JV, V '.'here 6,6, 7 : 30 19 Sat Little Elm 9, JV, V There 4,5:30 ,7:00 22 Tues Forney 9, JV, V THere 6, 7, 8:00 23 Wed Northw.est Var Here 3:30 29 Tues Piano Vines 9 & JV Here 6:30 Dec. 1 - 3 Princeton Tournament Var There TBA 2 Fri Farmersville 9 A&B Here 6-7:30 2 - 3 Irving Tournament HacArthur JV There TBA 6 Tues Royse City 9, JV, V There 5,6,7: 30 8- 10 Rovse City Tournament Var There TBA 13 Tues *Commerce Var There 7:00 15 Thurs *Quinlan 9, JV here 6:00 15 - 17 Coppell Tournament Var There TBA : 30 19 Hon Irving HacArthur 9 A & B There 5:30-6 20 Tues *Princeton Var Here 7:00 1:00 28 Wed. Little Elm JV,V Here 11:30- 30 Fri Pil...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 November 1988

Page 10 Thirty - Year Anniversary Services Pastor R. L. Blakey and the Congregation of JESUS NAME PENTECOSTAL CHURCH invite you to services commemorating thirty years of service in Wylie, Texas Special Speakers are: Friday, Nov em ber 11, 7:30 P. M. Rev. Jake Hutto Pastor of United Pentecostal Church Waskom, Texas Saturday, November 12, 7:30P.M. Rev. Dan L. Rigdon Pastor of Abundant Life Church Piano, Texas Sunday, November 13, 10:00 A.M. ■ 7:00 P.M. Rev. E. L. Holley Superintendent of Texas District U.P.C. JESUS NAME PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 307 N. First Street Wylie, Texas Rev. R. L. Blakey, Pastor llMMdIWIM 11 The Sachse Service League invites you to join in the holiday spirit by donating any non-perishable or canned food items to the Second Annual S5L Thanksgiving Food Drive, fill donated items will be distributed among needy families from the City of Sachse in time for the holidays. The Service League will work with area churches in the selection of these families. COLLECTION SITES: ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 November 1988

' -r. '■ *4 & /v ■ v ^'V' '*' Page 11 Bible Answers BY WILLIS DYKES, MINISTER Sachse Church of Christ Question: I know that the Church of Christ teaches that a Christian can fall from grace and be lost. My church and many others do not believe nor teach this. Why should I believe your teaching. Why can't preachers agree? 0L are right in your state- ment that we of the Church of Christ believe that the Bible teaches that a child of God can sin and be eternally lost if he/she does not make proper changes. You also are right in your statement that many re- ligious people and churches do not believe that a child of God can fall from grace. You also question why you should believe we are right. My answer is you should not believe anything I say doctrinally unless there is ev- idence from God's word. Your question "why can't people agree?" could be for several reasons such as lack of knowledge, prejudice, fol- lowing a creed book, or the belief that God does not re- quire us to agree ...

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

Page 12 North Garland ZJD o By ABBY LAY Although the North Garland Raiders were knocked out of the district playoffs by Mesquite's victory over North Mesquite, and they lost to Nacogdoches, the Raiders did not lose their enthusiasm and spirit. After a bonfire pep rally, with the theme "Scorch the Owls," the Raiders were ready to go. North Garland's last game of the season, against Garland, was one of their most exciting games. The game started with the Raiders quickly leading. In the last quarter the Raiders found themselves behind by two points. During the last second of the game, the Raiders kicked a field goal, winning the game and putting Garland out of the playoffs. The final score was 17-16. Sachse members of the team include Alan D'Jock, Brett Coker and Frank Baker. Cheering the Raiders on to victory were the cheerleaders and Sam's Posse. Sachse membbers of the squads are David Weaver, Cari Jones and John Lay. Although football season is over the squads will still be practici...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 November 1988

■ V U«. ' - X3 Owl Tracks By RONDA ELTON I he GHS girls' varsity volleyball team won the District 9-AAAAA title. They went on to bi-district playoffs, defeating Sunset at Loos Fieldhouse, 15-9, 11-15, and 16-14 and were scheduled to play Piano at Loos last night. Congratulations to aJI the players and to Sachse's Karen Ramirez, a member of the winning team! The GHS tennis team also has done very well, placing second in team standings at a tournament last Friday. The Garland High FFA recently participated in the Mid-South Fair in Memphis. Sachse's Ty McKee received second place in the dairy show. Garland's varsity football I team suffered a disappointing "X defeat at its homecoming jj game Friday night. The Owls V lost by one point to North i Garland, thereby missing the playoffs. But GHS still has all its Owl spirit and will be ready to go all the way next year. The Coronation Ball honor- ing Homecoming Queen Kan Peek was held Saturday with | "Mysteries of the Orient" as I theme. Th...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 November 1988

Page 14 Feature Section Amaryllis make great Christmas plants By Patrick Denton Copley News Service The other day in a garden cen- ties are the familiar bright red ter I lingered long over the fat amaryllis bulbs, struggling with the urge to buy a Minerva. But, recalling our collection at home of a dozen or so amaryllis bulbs gathered over the years, I decided that to add another this year would be pure greed. Minerva is one of the newer amaryllis varieties available in garden outlets. It's bright scarlet, feathered from the petal centers outward toward their edges in sparkling white. A garden center owner I know potted several Minerva bulbs last year for family Christmas gifts and received rave reports of as many as 11 blooms open at a time on the plants. I noticed, also, my old favorite, Orange Sovereign, one of the most satisfying of all the amaryllis varieties I've tried. A faithful bloomer often popping up with flower stalks in August as well as during the winter, Orange Sover-...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 November 1988

>2#* must. Through HR 2470 there are some extensions of acute care coverage available to senior citi- zens, but no long-term care cover- age as was expected by senior leaders. The legislation did not add areas of specific health cover- ages, "so the design of a standard for Medicare supplemental cover- age," according to Marquardt, "continues to be a challenging task. "Expect your Medicare supple- <ntal insurance policies to be Lnged," the insurance commis- ner alerted his senior citizen audience. "Expect notification let- ters both from Medicare and from your insurance company and pro- viders." Should you as a senior citizen now expect major new coverage from Medicare? "No," states Marquardt. "There are extensions in acute care cov- erage and in a few other areas, but I recommend that, at least for now, you hold onto your Medicare supplement insurance policies. If you have them, also continue to hold onto your nursing home in- surance policies, as the Cata- strophic Care exte...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 November 1988

Speaking Out! • < ** Question of the week: V^hat is your all-time favorite song? 4 ROLL IE LIMES, Donut Pal- JANIE DUKE, Country MARTHA ANN KING, Wylie JANET HALL, Odie Hall DIANNE COHEN, Hillcresfl ace, Sachse: "Moon River' by Junction, Sachse: Randy Flower and Gift Shop: "How Realtors, Sachse: "Falling In Manor, Wylie: "London Home- Andy Williams. Travis'"Forever and Always." Great Thou Art." and Out of Love With You" by sick Blues" by Jerry Jeff Pure Prairie League. Walker. ANNOUNCING THE BEST ANSWER TO YOUR TWO WORST CARPET PROBLEMS: Miftl/IHM FOOT TRAFFIC AND STAINS Armstrong a /■" DU PONT CERTIFIED /" Anything GoespStainmaster* Carpet The two worst carpet problems are matting from heavy foot traffic, and staining But now one carpet combines Armstrong's DU PON I QRIIIIIL) CARPI 10-year guarantee against matting and crushing-plus the superior stain resistance of StammasterCMCarpets And this beautiful new carpet comes in 40 today's look" colors So don't look for problems - loo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 November 1988

tJie Sentinel VOL. XIII, NO. 46 DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY TO EVERY HOME IN SACHSE AND WYLIE NOV. 16, 1988 Students at Birmingham Elementary, Wylie, get a close-up look at a Careflite helicopter from Methodist Hospital at the recent Safety Fair at the school. A paramedic with LifeLine Ambulance Service described emergency procedures. McGruff puppet shows dealt with stranger danger, drug awareness, shoplifting, respect for authority, and child molestation. There was a bicycle rodeo, an appearance by TU Electric's Louie the Lightning Bug, a huge release of balloons, a print-a-kid booth, and a Wylie police car on the premises. Birmingham's PTA Safety Committee staged the event. Rosanne Burgess Named Director of Wylie Library Sachse's librarian for four years, Rosanne Burgess, has resigned to accept a position as director at Wylie Public Library, starting Nov. 28. Burgess completed a mast- er's degree at Texas Wom- an's University, Denton, this year. She holds a BA degree from West Virginia Sta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 November 1988

Page 2 Qie §en,tii\el 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. Deadlines for the next issue of The Sentinel: News - Thursday Ads - Friday AYOK'S UPDATE: City News and Comments By Larry Holden Wylie Highlights Circle Saturday, Dec. 17, on your calendar. That's when Santa Claus will make a pre- Christmas stopover at Sachse City Hall. It's really going to be an ex- tra-special day, with reindeer, elves, refreshments, toys and, of course, jolly Old St. Nick. Santa says he's anxious to taJk to all the boys and girls, and he'll make his colorful ar- rival at 2 p.m. Sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 November 1988

Speaking Out! Question of the week: If you could exchange places for a week with a student anywhere in the world, where would you like to go? (Replies from Sachse students at Garland High School, compiled by Ronda Elton.) Page 3 TYMcKEE:'Australia.' •''f-iSSStitittoWWIfciS ' "|; SHERI THOMASON: 'I'd choose France.' CIND Y CHAPMAN: 'Paris.' i # J MARI FRENCH: 'Europe.' AMYRANSPOT: 'Australia because I could understand the language.' Sewing Machine Repair WE SERVICE ALL MAKES 7 MODELS FAST, DEPENDABLE SERVICE We Sell all SINGER and NEW HOME Products SINGER STORE PLANO SEWING CENTER 1120 E. Parker Rd. #102 Piano 214-423-2801 RON'S FRUITS & VEGETABLES 300 E. Hwy. 78 Wylie OPEN 8-7 ,7 DAYS A WEEK Fresh Produce Daily r ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Charles R. Pipes, D.V.M. Diplomate, A.B.V.P. Country Brook Animal Hospital 3046 LAVON DR. #136 - GARLAND, TEXAS 75040 Located at New Skaggs Shopping Center M-F 7:00 A.M.-6:30 P.M. (214) 530-3951 SAT. 7:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M. Answered 24 Hours \ J v_ IS THE SE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 November 1988

Page 4 Wylie School Board (Continued from page 1) compared with a state rate of 35 percent, and WISD had only two expulsions last year. Furthermore, 60 to 65 percent of WHS graduates at- tend college. On the 1987-'88 TEAMS performance comparison of WISD with other state, county and selected Region 10 schools, Wylie ranked in the top 25 percent and was one of only four districts in the county to receive Class I, or upper 25 percent, ranking. WHS seniors who took the '88 SAT had scores above area, state and national averages. Students averaged 971. The Texas average was 879 and the national, 904. In the October attendance reporting period WHS had 93.34 percent attendance; Wylie Middle School, 96.53 percent; Hartman, 98.33 per- cent; Birmingham, 97.78 per- cent; and Akin, 98.51 percent. The board reviewed state- wide standards on duties of a school board member and school board member training requirements of 20 hours for newcomers and six hours an- nually for returning members. A scho...

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

Page 5 If Fallfest Endowment As stipulated in the Fallfest Association bylaws, the Fall- fest proceeds shall be return- ed to the community of Sach- se. The Fallfest shall be non- commercial, non-sectarian, and non-profit. With these guidelines in mind, anyone or any group may request or recommend a recipient of the Fallfest proceeds. All requests or recommend- ations should be suomitted in writing to Board Member and Endowment Chairman: Sherri Perfater 4519 Bryan Circle Sachse, TX 75048 Deadline for recommenda- tions is Nov. 18, 1988. PIZZA PLAZA J In Downtown Wylie 213 N. Ballard 442-3438 442-4644 All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Monday thru Saturday 11-2 Tuesday thru Thursday Nites 5:30-8:30 FREE DELIVERY After 5 The Showboaters from South Garland High School entertained at a Luna Elementary assembly recently. Don't Mess with Texas and Don't Mess with Sachse or Wylie 1 siQi/itkday, -Roui&ett cPediat/acs ( tJo a® ou/t ^ami&es, thanfe you fan a u/onde^u# fast yeaA in the ^akeQay^ubba...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 November 1988

i°age 6 NiORS ''. *HS t. 'X Sachse Go-Getters with new van, left to right, Edith Bailey, Eloise Bailey, leader Laurie Schwenk, Ruth Robinson, Cleo Hutson, and Ruth Franklin. The group traveled to Garland for their flu shots last week. •."--rag C.A. KERIN D.V.M. 'Tarker %oad Veterinary' 1Hospital 707 Parker Road Wylie, Texas 75098 (214) 442-6523 Your Calls Answered 24 Hours A Day Mon. - Fri. 8 - 6 Sat. 8 - Noon T^acnacgc;ninn:cr,rnit:Titsr.rrf'.T!? J V - it J v-- "• ;>a- '• Look At What "WEE" Have Done! 3,000 Sq. Ft. Gym 15,000 Sq. Ft. Playground Gymnastics Through "Flippers" Soccer Academy Soccer Lessons Great Pre-School Curriculum Monthly Newsletters Look For Our Carnival At the End of October Independently Owned and Operated Before and after-school pick-up at Luna and Garland Christian Academy, and in Wylie at Hartman, Birmingham, Akin, and Sonlight Christian Academy Kids "FT Wee Hwy. 78 at 5545 Brookvievy Sachse 530-7840 New Van to Benefit All Sachse Seniors Sachse's seniors w...

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

• . .V. Page 7 Bible Answers BY WILLIS DYKES, MINISTER Sachse Church of Christ Question: "Why do you teach that a person cannot be saved until he or she is baptized?" - A Wylie reader. I am pleased that you have noticed one of the major differences between Churches of Christ and almost all other (religious groups. Most religious people accept the teaching that salvation is by faith only and that baptism is non-essential. Some say baptism is only an outward expression to an inward feeling. Otheis say it is only a door into the church. Some say you can be saved by only believing in Jesus, but you cannot be a part of the church unless you are baptized, indicating that salvation is outside the church, thus making it easier to be saved than to be a member of the church. Our inquirer asks about the necessity of baptism. We teach that baptism is essential because the Bible teaches it. We teach the purpose of baptism because the Bible teaches that it has a distinct purpose. Let's notice whe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 November 1988

Page 8 SPORTS Pirates Open Cage Campaign At Home Friday Wylie's Pirates kick off their 1988- '89 basketball season Friday, hosting Class AAAA Paris North Lamar. The freshmen play at 5 p.m., followed by the junior varsity and varsity. David Black, a native of Houston and a graduate of the University of California at San Bernardino, will be making his debut as Wylie varsity coach. "We don't have a lot of size, but the players have shown a lot of hustle and desire," Black said. "They en- joy practice and are very ded- icated." Three starters return from last year's club, but gone is senior Michael Landers, one of the state's top collegiate prospects, who moved to Gladewater. Black is building this year's team around point guard Scotty Franks, 5-II forward John Fitzpatrick, and 6-I Jim Richie, who has moved from wing to center. All were starters during the 1987-"88 campaign. Joining them in Friday's starting lineup will be Blake Herman, a 6-2 wingman who has displayed a nice touch and c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 November 1988

,*J A..*- '^'•'Sk W ■•- :'-V";.■*• - Page 9 Southlake Carroll's Nancy Olson, the Region II winner, who walked the final half-mile after falling out of contention. With the exception of Cameron Yoe (sixth) and Region II rival Lake Worth (ninth) all teams ahead of Wylie in the final standings were from either the Rio Grande Valley or High Plains. A capsule of the Lady Pirates season: first in District 10-AAA and first in the Jesuit •vitational; second in Piano id Bishop Lynch Invitation- als and also in the Region II meet; third at Lancaster; and fifth in the mammoth Coca- Cola Invitational at Mountain View College. Team members were Shep- pard, Henry, Gina Shipley, Brenna O'Dell, Mindy Herrera, Cathy Cron, and Leann Hoe- bing. Ranger Roundup By KAYLIN BAILEY Naaman Forest's freshman football team ended on a high note when the team took on Bishop Lynch High School and won, 21-6. The boys played well, finishing the season with four wins and six losses. Head Coach Cliff Odenwald said he...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 November 1988

Page 10 SKiO Wylie's Middle School bas- ketball boys officially opened the 1988-'89 season Monday night in grand style. Hosting Quinlan, Wylie won both seventh and eighth grade varsity contests. Led by Greg Smith's 18 points, the seventh graders coasted to a 34-11 triumph. And in the nightcap, 5-11 post man Daniel Ruyle's 15 points sparked Wylie to a 37-26 triumph. Both games featured the same first quarter format as in Wylie 7th, 8th Grade Post Season-Opening )ol football pro- Boys the high school football pro- gram. Kids who ordinarily don't play much compete for the entire quarter; then the score reverts back to 0-0 and three quarters of "regulation" game are played. The Wylie seventh graders won all aspects of the varsity contest, with Brandt Locke's seven points accounting for all the Wylie scoring in a 7-2 first quarter matchup. Then Smith & Co. took over and outscored the visitors 14-1 in the next period. Smith Troy Garcia (44) gets ready to grab rebound in Wylie Middle S...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 November 1988

Bible Answers (Continued from page 7) believed the message and asked in Acts 2:37: "What shall we do?" Did the apostles say you already believe and that is enough? No. See Acts 2: 38: Then Peter said unto them, repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall • :eive the gift of the Holy irit." Thus far in our answer we have established that Jesus and the Apostles have commanded baptism. We have found also that its purpose is remission or forgiveness of sins. Saul of Tarsus became a Christian as recorded in Chapter 9 of Acts, 1-18. Jesus appeared to him, talked to him and yet he was not saved until he was baptized. See Acts 22: 1-16. Verse 16: "And now why tarriest thou? Arise, and be baptized and wash away thy sins, calling on the name of the Lord." Saul (now Paul the Apostle) explains that baptism is a burial (no sprinkling) and that baptism puts us into Christ, where we have newness of life and become a new creature. Rom...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 November 1988

r > I Page 12 Special Committee To Help Park Board The Sachse Park Board has the Board and be used to get formed a special committee called the Partners of the Park Board (a tentative name) to help promote fundraising activities. Money raised will stay with the parks in shape. Anyone interested in serv- ing on the committee may contact Peggy Strong, secre- tary, or Bob Baker, chairman. Police Reports Wylie Here are highlights of the Wylie police blotter from Nov. % If BEMMMi REWARD! Missing Since Saturday From Home in Sachse: Scooter, Male Pomeranian Blond, 6 lbs. SCOOTER If you have information about the whereabouts of this much-loved family pet, call Debbie Jackson, 495-6768 (home) or 480-5613 (office) or return him to 2532 Herring Circle, Sachse. MURPHY BEST LI'L HAIR HOUSE IN TEXAS BEAUTY SALON & BARBER SHOP FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY REFLEXOLOGY: The study of manipulation and massage of the nerve endings in the feet. All organs and general areas of the body have corresponding...

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