Winters Enterprise, February 28, 1975

Winters Enterprise

February 28, 1975

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Winters Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 28, 1975, Winters, Texas ®l|e toiîïljets €iüetpviBe ""VOLUME SEVENTY WINTERS, TEXAS 79567, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1975 PRICE ISc NUMBER 51 SDortS' «porfs . j I-^-i,III■ I - •■■'--- Banquet March 7 Dr. Don Newbury, director of community relations, Tarrant County Junior College, Fort Worth, will be the speaker at the annual all-sports banquet 1 March 7. banquet, sponsored by the Winters Booster Club, will be held in the school cafeteria beginning at 7 p.m. Tickets may be purchased from the cheerleaders or coaches of Winters Schools. The banquet is held annually to honor all high school sports, incltiding boys and girls' activities. This annual affair is open to the public.Hollowoys' Gro.«iRkt. Has Opened . :Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hollo-way have opened the grocery aind niarket at 201 East Truett. Holloway was distributor for Borden's in Winters several years ago, and have been in the grocery business in Abilene for a few years.Organiziiig Chorale Group in High School A new muscial group, the Blizzard Chorale, is being organized in Winters High School. Kirke McKenzie, band director, will direct the Chorale, ^iid said it is expected that from 50 to 60 students will be in the group. Membership is voluntary, McKenzie said, and no credits or grades will be given.SS Rep Plons Whiters YisHt Jo McCullah, social security representative for the San Angelo Social Security office, has scheduled her March visits to Winters. She will be at the office of the Winters Housing Authority, Grant and Parsonage streets, Monday, March 10 and 24, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Persons who are unable to meet with the repre.sentative in Winters may call the office in San Angelo. PUBLIC SCHOOLS WEEK RETIRED-WiUiam J. (Bill) Hoppe, right, accepts a plaque of appreciation from Cullen Robinson, special assistant to the secretary-manager of Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, as he retires as a market inspector for the Asscoiation. Hoppe has been with the association for several years. As a market inspector, Hoppe attended cattle sales in several towns in this area, inspecting brands and marks on cattle brought to the sales. HospHol District Board Election Set April 5 Terms of office of three directors of North Runnels County Hospital District expire in April, and vacancies will be filled at the regular hospital district election April 5. E.F. Albro, George R. Hill and John W. Norman, who Mrs. Leon Frerich Named Outstanding Homemaker Mrs. Leon (Mildred) Frerich of the Norton Community has J^n selected for the Outstanding Conservation Homemaker award in the Runnels Soil and Water Conservation District, according to Arthur Eggemey-er. District Chairman. Mrs. Frerich, her husband, and four children reside on a farm near Norton where they are actively engaged in farming. Mrs. Frerich leads a active home life. Each year she has a productive garden from which she harvests fruit and vegetables. Many of these are canned or frozen and Mrs. Frerich takes this opportunity to teach her children the skills of food preservation. The French's also process their own home raised beef, pork, and mutton and, again, pass these skills on to their children. Mrs. Frerich is also actively engaged in many community activities. For exampje, she has been a board member of the Runnels County Tuberculosis Association and the South Runnels Cancer Society. Presently, Mrs. Frerich is a director of the Ballinger Com-munitychest. Chairwoman of the Women's Committee of the Runnels County Farm Bureau, and an active member of the Bandbooster's Club, St. Mary's Altar Society, and the Circle C CowBelles, which is the women's auxiliary of the National Cattlemen's Association. In view of her many activities and accomplishments, not only in the home, but in the community as well, we extend our congratulations to the conservation-minded Mrs. Frerich. have served on the board since the district was organized, end their present terms of office. Albro will be a candidate for re-election. Hill and Norman both have announced they will not be up for re-election. Petitions, as required by statute, have been filed with the secretary of the board, listing E.F. Albro, Roger (Spec) Robinson, Morris Robinson and Hollis Dean as candidates for the three vacan- Water Legislation Concerns Local Leaders Speculation that legislation will be introduced to reduce the 200 acre feet capacity allowance for ponds and impoundments to 10 acre feet capacity, without a permit, concerns local leaders. Arthur Eggemeyer, chairman of the Runnels Soil and Water Conservation District; Hugo - Vogelsan, chairman of the Valley Creek Water Control District; David Ledbetter, chairman of the Elm Creek Water Control District and Gruizin, outgoing chair-^ ' of the WiUow Creek Water District all expressed eoncern over the change rMwmnwnded by the Texiis Society Af Professional Ettgi-neers and the Texu Section of :ti>e Americmn Society of CivU Engineers. The Societies also Engineers. The Scoi«Vies also recommend that surface are of ponds should not exceed two acres unless the landowner has a permit to do so. The Societies have published a brochure, "Now You See It-Now You Don't, summarizing their recent study of water loss in Texas. Local leaders disagree with many points brought out in the brochure. Several members of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers have been contacted and they said they had no knowledge of the brochure until after it was published. The existing Texas Water Code. Section 5.140, sUtes that without obtaining a permit, a person may construct on his own property a dam or reservoir to impound or contain not more than 200 acre-feet of water for domestic and livestock purposes. The local leaders are strongly opposed to legislation changing the existing law, as they feel if a permit could indeed be obtained it would be expensive, time consuming and only add to the cumbersome red tape ab«ady involved in implementing flood contrpl projects. If the present state law is changed to what the societies are r^mmending, it would not oitily affect watershed projects but all persons planning to construct any impoundment over 10 acre feet capactiy and ponds with a surface area over 2 acres. At this time the bill has not been introduced in the Texas Legislature but it is expected to be in the near future. School Open House Tuesday Winters Elementary Schools will hold open house next Tuesday evening, March 4, as a part of the annual observance of Texas Public Schools Week. Open house will be from 7:30 to 9 p.m., and all parents and others interested in the Winters schools are invited to visit the schools and classrooms of their children, and to observe some of the work being done, George M. Beard, principal, said. As a special feature of Public Schools Week, and prior to the open house, a special musical program will be presented in the high school gymnasium. Performing will be the Fifth Grade Band, the Sixth Grade Cadet Band, and the Junior High School Breeze Band, under the direction of Kirke McKenzie. Also to present a part of the musical program Tuesday evening beginning at 6:30 wUl be the First, Second and Third Grade singing groups, and the "Wonderland Echoes", a group of students from several of the primary and elementary grades, all under direction of Miss Karlene Eastman. The musical program will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., at which time the open house in the Elementary building begins. i.^"' Winters FFA Boys To Houston Stock ShowWinters BoysPlace Animals At Santone Steers, hogs and lambs shown by Winters exhibitors in the San Antonio Livestock Show recently won several high places in individual divisions. Kenny Hope showed the first place Red Angus steer on the hoof in the carcass show. Mike Dry showed the second place Red Angus steer on the hoof in the carcass show. Mike Henderson's Charolais won 5th place on the hoof in that division in the carcass show. In the hog show, the Tobin Burns-Paul Airhart partnership showed the 3rd place heavyweight Duroc. The Perry Poe-Stacy Long partnership showed the 6th place Hampshire heavyweight in that division. Tommy Miller showed the 14th place hog in the heavyweight crossbred division. In the lamb carcass show. Bill and Kathy Bredemeyer showed the 5th place on foot in the Southdown division, and 2nd place on the raU.Retired Teodien Meeting MAordi 4 Runnels County Retired Teachers Association will meet Tuesday, March 4, at 2:90 p.m. at Huffman House in Winters. A representative of the state association will be present to discuss legislation concerning retired teachers. The Industrial Committee of the Winters Chamber of Commerce is planning an Industrial Show, to be held April 4-5, in the lobby of West Texas Utilities Compnay. The show will be for all products manufactured in Winters.Winners Listed in District 4-H Food Contest Several members of the Runnels County 4-H Clubs won places in the District 4-H Food Show held in Sweetwater recently. JUNIOR DIVISION Maxine Frerich, breads and desserts, blue ribbon. Teresa Frerich, snacks and beverages, white ribbon. Anne Moeller, main dish, red ribbon. Beth Ann Patton, side dish, red ribbon. SENIOR DIVISION Jane Halfmann, bread and desserts, red ribbon. Jim Bob Webb, snacks and beverages, white ribbon. Diane Cmerek, main dishes, blue ribbon. Ruth Pelzel, side dishes, blue ribbon. To National School Head Conference Superintendent of Winters Independent School District, Bill Graves, and four members of the board of school trustees attended the national conference of the American Association of School Administrators, held in Dallas Friday through Monday. School board members attending the conference included Delbert Kruse, president of the Winters board, Billy Joe Colburne, Roscoe Morrison, and Wesley M. Hays. Several nationally-known personalities and education experts spoke at the conference which was attended by school administrators and board members from all over the United States. IN MOORE HOME Weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Zane Moore were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hammonds and Shannon Zane of Austin, and Miss Sylvia Moore of Denton. Several members of the Winters Future Farmers of America chapter left Monday night for Houston, where they were to enter 16 hogs, seven lambs and one steer in the Houston Stock Show Thursday and Friday. Kelly Blackerby is to show his Red Angus steer in the junior division. Showing in the junior hog division will be David McAdoo, Cy Buchanan, Paul Airhart, Junior High Band To Go To Gsco Event The Winters Junior High School "Breeze" Band has been invited to participate in the Cisco Music Festival, April 12. The Festival is being sponsored by Cisco High School, and many bands are expected to be prewnt. Band director Kirke McKenzie said the Breeze Band will compete with high school bands and other junior high bands. There are about 81 musicians in the junior high band. Tobin Burns, Doug Rogers, Ricky Delà Cruz, Stacy Long. Perry Poe, Bobby Cortez, Kyle Poe and James Blackwell. To show animals in the junior lamb show will be Ricky Dunlap and Mark Bryan. Initiated into Plii Tlieta Koppo At Wes-Tex Two students at Western Texas College, Snyder, graduates of Winters High School, have been initiated in the PSI Zeta Chapter of PHI Theta Kappa. They are Kelly King and Carol Kozelsky. Founded in 1918, PHI Theta Kappa is the scholastic society of two-year colleges in the United States. Students must have a minimum grade point average of 3.2 to be eligible for membership. King is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne King of Route 3, Winters, and is a freshman student atWTC. Mrs. Kozelsky, also classified as a freshman, was graduated from Winters High School and is married to Michael F. Kozelsky. MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE-The Rev. Mel Swoyer, left, pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church, is the president of Winters Ministerial Alliance. The Rev. David Crooks, pastor of First Baptist Church, is vice president; and the Rev. Bob Lindsey, pastor of First United Methodist Church, is secretary-treasurer. The Alliance met recenUy to re-organiae and adopt a constitution: Purpose of the Winters Ministerial Alliance, according to the constitution, is to "Give glory, honor and revemece to God, and to enhance the work of His Kingdom on earth among all men through fellowship, worship, dialogue, witness and service." The Alliance works on several projects locally. Major source of income for the Alliance is offerings at the annual Community Thansgiving Service, the Rev. Mr. Swoyer said. An Alliance-sponsored basketball league recently was organized, and games are played each Monday and Thursday evening in the school gym.Bondsters Win firstDivision Almost half of the Winters High School Blizzard Band participated in the UIL solo and ensemble contests held on the campus of Howard-Payne College in Brownwood Tuesday of last week, with moat of them winning First and Second Division ratings, and several qualifying for state contests. Several of the Winters students won both First and Seeond Division raUngs, by entering solo and ensemble contests. Buid Diraetor Kirke Mc Kenzie said the Winters band was the third largest group attending the contests. ~ Piino accompanists for the Winters contestants were Mrs. Randall Conner, Miss Karlene Eastman. Miss Mary Kay Bauer, who won First Division ratings, and Miss Belinda Hill. rntsTDivisioN Mary Kay Bauer. Clua I oboe iolo, qualified for state. Susan Bentley. baritone. Steve Boyldn. baritone and French, horn, qualified (or sUte. Donna Carroll, Hute. David Clarii. teritone. Cathy Colbum. flute. Frances Cooper, comet. Mike Davis, basa horn. Rhonda Davis, bass clarinet. Becky Dean, comet and French horn, qualified for statie. Adrianné Edwards, snare drums. John Eubank, baritone. Steve Eaquivel. solo trumpet. quiUfied'for state. Kathjr Gohreis. flute. Pat King, French horn solo, French hom ensemble, qualified for stete. Gary Lett, cornet aok>. SheiU Mathis, clarinet. Karen Mostad, flute solo. Patty Smith, comet. Christi Spraberry. flute. Ronnie Stevens, bass bom. W»ONO DIVISION Melinda BaMwin. clarinet enaemUe. T^a Bahlman. aite sax. Donna Barker, alto clarinet. Becky Bryan, darinet. Cheryl Colburn, sax. Randy Davis, trombone. Rhonda Davis, bass clarinet. Robert Englert, baritone sax sok>, baritone sax ensemble. Elvia Gann, flute. Don GeisUnann, cbrinet. Becky Gwhart, flute. Joanene Hoppe. dariaet. Jodi IsbeU. tenor iu. Leroy Jonos. bosa. Karen Krouae. èoraet. EinÓjr MeKaifht. bm dui-net. . John Parramore, contrabass dariaet. Sarah Parramore, mallet. Deaice Rodgers, tenor sax. Jeff Russell, trumpet. Cathy Schwartz, contra alto darinet. i>eU>ie Smith, flute. Susan WilUama. flute. Teresa Wright, flute. IN BUCHANAN WIIIE Visitiag their pueata. Mr., •ad M»: Joe BadMaaa. ovar» the «wkead were Rogr Am^; aaaa of ArUactea. ai^ Dmi t S. 1 ;