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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 January 1989

Question: "Was it necessary for Jesus to die? If so, why? It was necessary for Jesus to die. In Hebrews 9:22 we find that "without the shed- ding of blood is no remission." Also in Hebrews 9:12: "Neither by the blood of goats and calves, but by his own blood he entered in once into the holy place, having obtained eternal redemption for us." We can understand that the ^)lood of animals under the Wharton (Continued from page 1) until she went to the Juliette Fowler Home in East Dallas, where she lived the last 5 1/2 years. Except for about four years when she and her late husband lived in Lubbock, she always called Sachse home- never venturing further than Shreveport to visit her daughter, Leona Mathews, who preceded her in death. The Whartons grew up three miles apart and knew one another from the time they were youngsters. She attended the Normal School in McKinney and then taught third grade in Sachse one year and fifth grade the next year. At her 99th birthday party, Mrs. Wharton ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 January 1989

SPORTS Flowers' Late Field Goal Gives Pirates 49-48 Win Wylie Varsity, JV Boys Succumb to Terrell The only good thing to come out of Saturday's Wylie -Terrell basketball game was the fact that the Pirates don't have to face the AAAA Tigers again this year. It was the second meeting -- and the same result: a lop-sided Tiger victory. Score: 52-33. The Wylie JV also lost, 54-39, despite a brilliant sec- ond half performance by Eric Culbertson. In both games the differ- ence was size. Terrell was BIG! The varsity contest was close for 2 1/2 quarters. In fact, Wylie was within six points (28-22) midway through the third quarter. Then the roof caved in. Ter- rell scored 15 unanswered points, John Fitzpatrick finally breaking the drought on a lay- up with 4:39 remaining in the game. The Pirates actually out- scored the Tigers the rest of the way (11-9), but the dam- age had been done. Billy McClendon and Terry Spencer were awesome under the basket. And Lee Hubbard was an excellent point gu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 January 1989

Page 9 Lady Pirates Wilt in Stretch; Drop 10-AAA Tilt to Quinlan Quinlan's Lady Panthers put a damper on Wylie's District 10-AAA girls basketball title hopes Tuesday, dealing the Lady Pirates a 39-34 defeat on their home court. The win ran Quinlan's dis- trict record to 3-0, while the Lady Pirates dropped to 2-1 and must face high-powered risco in Frisco Friday at 6:30 .m. Frisco enters the contest with an 18-5 record; Wylie is 9-8. Favored to win because of the homecourt advantage, Wylie never got untracked. The score was tied 6-6 at the end of the first quarter and 15-15 at halftime. By the close of the third quarter, Wylie had taken a 27-25 lead on Kelli Whitting- ton's two-pointer from the paint. The Lady Pirates increased their lead to 30-27 with 6:02 to go, but Quinlan's pressing defense and an invisible lid on the basket saw the Lady Pi- rates tally eight unanswered points before Michelle Holley broke the ice with two free throws at 2:18, cutting the visitors lead to 35-32. A...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 January 1989

Page 10 Speaking Out! Question of the week: If you didn't own a TV, how would you and your family spend the time? m ■ PATTI SHUBZDA, Sachse: "I don't watch much, but the kids couldn't play their Nintendo, and that would be tough. I guess they'd just play football in the yard." SUZY GRAHAM, Sachse: "/ would paint more craft items for Debbie Fritz, owner of Handwerk Haus, where I work." (Suzy paints some of the wooden items for sale there.) MALALAY FROTAN, One Stop Stores, Inc., Sachse: "I'd probably do more work at home and at the store." SHELLY CHILDERS, Wylie: 7 would walk and jog more." BRENDA WRIGHT, Kids R Wee, Sachse: "I'd do arts and crafts and my kids would read." Busy Rudy Lopez: Man of Many Traits Rudy Lopez is a man of many traits. Well-known in the area be- cause of his Signs by Rudy business, Lopez does more than just paint signs. He also paints on canvas -- oils, water colors, pastels -- you name it. "I also like to do portraits," he grinned. In other words, Rudy is a r...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 January 1989

Page 11 Sachse Go-Getter member Ruth Robinson serves homemade cookies and punch to Luna's bilingual students Miguel Colunga, Jorge Salinas, Lenny Rojas, and Gerardo Vega. . . . Center is Carlos Gall egos. . . . Right, Miguel Colunga. Luna bilingual teachers Mrs. Garzon and Mrs. Arreola. . . . Right, Hector Aguilar, Miguel Colunga and Gerardo Vega. s. \ I' TTLI yo u Rj mnotptodm bui-mt a /AotNt Highest standards of professional service. jOmN yf.acfh cic WYLIh INSURANCE AGINCY, INC. 20) CALLOWAY WYLIE, TEXAS 75098-0040 442-3505 WISD Board to Meet The Wylie Independent School District board meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 9 at the Administrative Building. 0 CHATTANOOGA Custom Paint & Body Insurance Estimates Welcome Window Tint & Welding Metro 442-0094 1825 East FM 544 Wylie, Texas 75074 Office Hours M-F 9:00 A.M.-6 P.M. Sat. 9:00 A.M.-1:00 P.M EDWARD BROWN, M.D. General & Internal Medicine Diplomate of American Board of Internal Medicine Otfice 442 5877 Emer...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 January 1989

Page 12 FIREWOOD $125 per cord; $65 half cord; $35 quarter cord. Delivered & Stacked. 442-2141. NEED A GOOD PLUMBER? Any repair problem. Honest. Licensed. Very reasonable. Anytime. 442-4940. FOR SALE: Size 20 cocktail dress. Shimmery black/green. Neiman's. Perfect for parties. $100. Bargain. 750-0930. CHILD CARE IF YOU WANT a clean and safe home for your child, call 530-7878. $35 SPECIAL MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income tax counseling and preparation - Notary Public Typing - Insurance filing (Medicare & Others) 442-2974 Wylie DALLAS WRITERS news- letter. Sample for $2 and SASE. Disoover market trends, selling tips. and important news lor writers and would-be writ«rs. Editor, 17910 Kelly Blvd., #2(i<J, Dallas 75287. COUCH, MATCHING CHAIR AND 3 TABLES. BEST OFFER. 530-3057. IS IT TRUE you can buy jeeps for $44 through the U.S. gov- ernment? Get the facts todayl Call 1-312-742-1142, ext. 8410A. OAK FIREWOOD seasoned and green. 18" or 22" deliver- ed 4 stacked. 495-81...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 January 1989

Page 13 The Pet Doctor By CHARLES R. PIPES DVM, Diplomate ABVP Country Brook Animal Hospital Puppies make real nice and thoughtful Christmas pre- sents, but there are some things you need to know to make sure that the new addition is enjoyable for the whole family. For the relationship between you and your puppy to be a good and long lasting one, you must realize a few things about the nature and personality of puppies. "The pact instinct" is a dominant part of a dog's behavior. It is innate within a puppy's behavior to want to be a leader. The young pup applies this instinct to other dogs as well as to humans. Therefore, your pup will attempt to lead you, and you must in turn show the dog that you are in fact the leader, and not him. The correct and proper teaching techniques combined with a lot of love will demonstrate to the young animal that he can look to you for leadership and assistance. You must be capable of being the leader. If not, the pup will take over the job and the r...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 January 1989

Page 14 Features Looking good By Brenda Yamane Copley News Service A PERFECT FIT You did it. Yesterday, after months of procrastinating, you fi- nally dragged yourself to that aerobic class you've been wanting to attend. But no sooner had you walked in than you wanted to turn around and walk back out. The dance studio was filled to capacity with people wearing the latest in fitness chic. You, on the other hand, were wearing plain old gray sweats! Egad! But don't throw the class sched- ule away! Why not send for the exercise fashion catalog called Fit Is It! and try some new toning togs? Created by Jazzerci.se, the well- known dance-fitness program, the 16-page publication focuses on the best fitness fashions for regular exercise enthusiasts — and under- dressed beginners. Choose leo- tards, tights, T-shirts, shorts and what-nots from such leading ap- parel lines as Marika. Baryshni- kov, Danskin, Flexatard, Body By Gilda Marx and Jazzercise. You'll receive the catalog's current edi-...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 January 1989

Beautiful books for needleworkers By Madeline Hunter Copley News Service Q: My mother is an avid cro- cheter, which is great. While her enthusiasm and skills are terrific, the item designs she makes are somewhat outdated. I would like to give her, if it exists, a book of more up-to-date fashions. Since my family is the recipient of her efforts, we would «enefit. is anything been published re- ly that you can suggest? Many thanks. A: While it may seem natural to look for this type of book at a yarn or needlework shop, oftentimes a large bookstore will carry a sec- tion of creative "how to" books. The following are recent titles for crochet, knitting, needlepoint and general needle arts. Any one of the following is beautiful enough to grace a coffee table and be considered an art book: "Crochet Style" by Sally Hard- ing, published by Ballantine abso- lutely took my breath away. I didn't know it was possible to cre- ate such stylish designs in crochet. There are 25 original designs fro...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 January 1989

i r Hillcrest Manor Nursing Home residents celebrated New Year's Eve with a party. Left to right above are: Will ye Sims, Jessie Ansley and Ella Green .... Dora Hicks, Alma Dalton and visitor, Selma Ragan .... Margaretta Dimock, Mertice Hamiter and Tom Hamiter. 3UB& J* i j f'i J T < More Hillcresters looking forward to '89 are, left to right, Edna Bass .... Mary Hutchins, Patsy Kinser, Ella Jenkins, and Lillie Griffen. . . . Administrative Assistant Dianne Cohen with Mattie Stewart and Margaretta Dimock .... Bonnie Clack, Allah Sanders and Irma Martin and Lillie Judd. THANKS TOR BEING A PART OP OUR FAMILY. X XlflrVXJ'KKKXX'l X We value your loyalty. Because of you, our family tree" grows steadily, rooted securely in our community. As a member of our special family, you can expect a tradition of quality, innovative services, personal attention...and our thanks. * ***** 5** * XXXXX*XXX * * *xx>x«X>****** xxxxxx>* *XXX* XJ(XXXXII*XX" * *** *x * x** XX* * ******* XX XXX ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989

'(he §entii\el «- VOL. XIV, NO. 2 DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY TO EVERY HOME IN SACHSE AND WYLIE JANUARY 11, 1989 i i Jill Shuqart, superintendent of Garland schools, took time from her appointment-packed schedule to accept an invitation to visit the second grade taught by Sue Nicholas at Luna. Participating in Luna's Very Important People program, Shugart replied to a question from each of the 20 students. Questions ranged from what's your favorite restaurant (A seafood place in San Francisco") to what would you do if you were president for one day ( hnd a way to balance the budget"). Shugart also admitted that "Murder 6he Wrote is her favorite TV program. One of the children commented about her resemblance to Angela Lansbury, Shugart agreed, but said Lansbury was "much, much older." Birmingham TF Disbursement Procedures Changed Administrators of the Birm- ingham Trust Funds have not- ified the Wylie ISD that there will be a change in disburse- ment of funds, effective this year. "Heretofore...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989

Page 2 the Sentinel NEWS & ADVERTISING 700-A E. Hwy. 78 Wylie, Texas 75098 442-4887 5628 Hwy. 78 Sachse, Texas 75048 442-4887 ESTABLISHED 1976 Publisher - Don Swanson Editor - Reba Liner Third grade classes at Luna tied for highest number of PTA members in the recent membership drive. Classes received "happy meals" for their efforts and the teachers dined at Das Handwerk Haus, Sachse. 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 News Items: noon Tuesday. Advertising: 5 p.m. Tuesday. Sachse Council Considers Wastewater Treatment, Park Pavilion Action dealing with the City of Garland's wastewater treatment rates arid a decision whether or not to wait on the outcome of a pending grant ap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989

Page 3 Accent on Hair By ROSEMARY JOYCE ^.Now that 01' Man Winter is ^Xking around the corner, it's lime to start thinking about the damage we have done to our hair in the summer months. It's time to get the chlorine buildup out, reshape and condition. We abuse our hair daily with blow dryers held too close, curling irons, and dry air inside buildings and homes. No wonder our hair gets dry and splits -- we blast it with cold temperatures when we go outside. But don't despair. Your professional stylist can remove dead ends and put moisture and protein back into your lifeless tresses. A visit at least every six weeks to your local salon and using the right products for your hair can spell the difference between dull, lifeless hair and strong, bouncy, shiny hair. Q.: "My hair is falling out in clumps. What can I do? I'm in my 60s and use a shampoo from a health store." --RBW, Sachse. A.: Anytime you have exces- sive hair loss, see a doctor. In a normal healthy head of hair, you will lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989

Page 4 New Nail Care Service Available at Sachse Salon Ma'y Jare Ackefman, Sachse, recognizee a reed for fu rail care services in this a-ea a-d now offers that service at B.J.'s Hair P'ace, S343 Hwy 73 in Sachse. Mary Jare's innovative rai: care features the ne* gassing technique wMch s^e describes as "much better - neaithier arc mo'e efficient - than tr>e acryiic." Mary Jare sail 'You car have the oeajtiL long nails /oj *ave a ways dreamea of without damaging your "at-'a rai s by "a/rg g ass g a^e ra. s. The glass g aze cocess ac:-a / e^cc^'ages ratura nail yowtti.* She went on to exp a>: "After this process, ^a s do not e/e~ -eea pois- T*e cea: srre ^o-ds -c to repeated coishrg a~c stripping "OAe.e- A-o -als are neathier oeca-se -cs a-c fungus oacte'ia a'e V eo by the process. Best of a t^e'e is no offe-si.e cco' Ana if naii polish is used, it stays on -jc^ onge' with no clipping /ratsoever' The 'a ca'e tecficia- aso cffers not ci manicures, ced«Cores and 'eca' of broker or ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989

Page 5 Police Reports WYLIE Wylie Police Department reported the following activity between Jan. 2 and Jan. 8: Jan. 2: Minor accident, Rustic Oaks Apartments. Police took a report on criminal mischief in the 500 block of Masters and on terroristic threats at Lakeside Village Apartments. Jan. 3: Police assisted with unlocking a vehicle on Oak Street. A residence on Trails Place was burglarized. Another vehicle had to be unlocked in the 400 block of N. Gaston. A warning was given for barking dogs at Glen Knoll Mobile Home Park. A noise disturbance was reported in the 100 block of Fairmont. Animal Control handled a complaint at Wylie Butane Mobile Home Park. Criminal mischief was reported in the 100 block of N. Jackson. Jan. 4: Locked vehicle, Hwy. 78 at Ballard. Criminal mischief, Hwy. 78 business. Loose dogs, 500 block of Stone Circle. Criminal mischief, 200 block of Rush Creek. Disturbance at a business on Hwy. 78; report taken. Jan. 5: Attended death, 200 block of Spence. Arrest on...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989

Page 7 ♦ * n ,-j Luna's Good Citizens for the second six weeks are, top left to right, kindergarten's Jessica Campbell, Heather Jones, Bryan Andrews, Erin Smith, and Kelly Wells . . . First graders, front: Matthew Bridges, Samuel Holsworth, Lindsey Murphy, and Erica Morales; middle: Danny Greer, David Spore, Louis Fagyas, Emmanuell Barron, and Jessica Ramey: back, Kelly Clark, Robbie Honey, Krysta Thompson, Natasha Ivy, Phillip White, and Jerod Costa . . . Second graders, front: Bethany Evans, Tiffanie Osborne, Emily Mangan; middle, Amanda Brazeal, Justin Alger, Sara Turner, Amy Aiken, and Elizabeth Sanders; back, Tracy Caminata, Elisa Morales, Luis Guandique, and Kevin Montgomery. Third graders in the second row of photos are, front: Elvia ViUanueva, Kristie Cobern, Kelly Cummins, Carole Campbell, and Faith Hopkins; middle, Amber Howey, Kris ton Capps, Eric Davis, Brent Hudson, and Kellie Wayman; back, Michael Tastle, Richard Garcia, Johnny Del- gado, Xiomara Hernandez, and Jessica...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989

Page 9 Funeral Services Held For Ann D. Johnson Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Restland Memorial Chapel for Ann D. Johnson, prominent Sachse civic worker and homemaker. She collapsed and died at her home Sunday evening. Burial was in Restland Mem- orial Park. Ann was treasurer of the Sachse Fire Department Auxiliary and secretary/treas- urer of the Sachse Chamber of Commerce. She is survived by her husband, Fred W. Johnson, Sachse; sons, Phillip W. Johnson, Piano, Glenn John- son, Olympia, WA; sisters, Joanne Keck, Lansing, Ml, Patricia Wirschem, Anchor- age, Alaska; several nieces and nephews. The family requests that any memotials be made to The American Cancer Soc- iety. DAR Award Goes To Derek Draper Derek Draper, son of the Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Draper, was selected as the Wylie High School Good Citizen of 1989 selected by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Rock Wall Chap- ter. A senior, Derek is Student Council president and has taken part in numerous s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989

Page *0 Jason Wylie, Flowers, Draper Pace Pirates to Win Over Bonham SPORTS Scorkeeper's Error Robs Wylie JV Fem Cagers of Title An official scorekeepe's cor test, a see-sa* affa' a ococe' cost Wyiie's .w-iior tre way Tre Lac> Pirates va-sity gir's oasketoa' tea- a tra ec 24-20 at the era cf t-e — - • cr a pio-shic -af 25-2- at the three- Sat.-cay in Bo--a~ qua'te's -ark. and tiea it Ic c ac> P *a:es cropped a =• 35-35 *2-41 rClS : a at Cc — e-ce e- dec as rec_ a: on c.> .s seced Dy K© y H-g-es ~e-esa Dun op sco*e~ "2 for N: 25 cf Wy e were creo<t- a, ~ -_;-es ta ec se.e- ec tc Sic. 25 cf Co—erce. points, bu* cont'c ed~~—e Wylie Ccac" Ba'e Berrett -va'cs *2C cctestec vehe-ently out tc ~T-e disappoint:-^ ^ish - no aval as t-e cffcas sac ;-e :o-ma-en- --ok s-*me cf ***'"' *"• w" ♦ A r / ^ 9 m c. A - r/ — gu Dy t e o. ic a :-e usire off a c a-: rc^- wy e "9 Thursday against Frisco's r . s :a e rs; w ft* T - - - - £ •f the f - 1 * • r. *£5' A coup e of 5-7 gjards and yeoman ...

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