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Winters Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 28, 1975, Winters, Texas TEXAS 79567, FEBRUARY 28, 1975 51 I - March 7 Don director of community Tarrant County Junior Fort will be the speaker at the annual banquet 1 March 7. sponsored by the Winters Booster will be held in the school cafeteria beginning at 7 p.m. Tickets may be purchased from the cheerleaders or coaches of Winters banquet is held annually to honor all high school boys and annual affair is open to the Has and Mrs. Calvin have opened the grocery aind at 201 East was distributor for Borden's in Winters several years and have been in the grocery business in Abilene for a few Chorale Group in High new the Blizzard is being organized in Winters High band will direct the said it is expected that from 50 to 60 students will be in the Membership is McKenzie and no credits or grades will be Rep Plons Whiters social security representative for the San Angelo Social Security has scheduled her March visits to will be at the office of the Winters Housing Grant and Parsonage March 10 and 24, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 who are unable to meet with the in Winters may call the office in San SCHOOLS J. accepts a plaque of appreciation from Cullen special assistant to the of Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers as he retires as a market inspector for the Hoppe with the association for several As a market Hoppe attended cattle sales in several towns in this inspecting brands and marks on cattle brought to the District Board Election Set April 5 of office of three directors of North Runnels County Hospital District expire in and vacancies will at the regular hospital district election April 5. George R. Hill and John W. Leon Frerich Named Outstanding Leon Frerich of the Norton Community has selected for the Outstanding Conservation Homemaker award in the Runnels Soil and Water Conservation according to Arthur District her and four children reside on a farm near Norton where they are actively engaged in Frerich leads a active home Each year she has a productive garden from which she harvests fruit and Many of these are canned or frozen and Mrs. Frerich takes this opportunity to teach her children the skills of food The French's also process their own home raised and mutton pass these skills on to their Frerich is also actively engaged in many community For she has been a board member of the Runnels County Tuberculosis Association and the South Runnels Cancer Mrs. Frerich is a director of the Ballinger Chairwoman of the Women's Committee of the Runnels County Farm and an active member of the St. Mary's Altar and the Circle C which is the women's auxiliary of the National view of her many activities and not only in the but in the community as we extend our congratulations to the Mrs. served on the board since the district was end their present terms of Albro will be a candidate for Hill and Norman both have announced they will not be up for as required by have been filed with the secretary of the listing Roger Morris Robinson and Hollis Dean as candidates for the three Legislation Concerns Local that legislation will be introduced to reduce the 200 acre feet capacity allowance for ponds and impoundments to 10 acre feet without a concerns local chairman of the Runnels Soil and Water Conservation Hugo - chairman of the Valley Creek Water Control David chairman of the Elm Creek Water Control District and outgoing ' of the Creek all expressed over the change by the Society Af Professional and the Section of Society of CivU The Societies The also recommend that surface are of ponds should not exceed two acres unless the landowner has a permit to do Societies have published a You See You summarizing their recent study of water loss in Local leaders disagree with many points brought out in the 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 existing Texas Water Section 5.140, sUtes that without obtaining a a person may construct on his own property a dam or reservoir to impound or more than 200 of water for domestic and livestock local leaders are strongly opposed to legislation changing the existing as they feel if a permit could indeed be obtained it would be time consuming and only add to the cumbersome red tape involved in implementing flood the present state law is changed to what the societies are it would not affect watershed projects but all persons planning to construct any impoundment over 10 acre feet and ponds with a surface area over 2 this time the has not been introduced in the Texas Legislature but it is expected to be in the near Open House Elementary Schools will hold open house next Tuesday March 4, as a part of the annual observance of Texas Public Schools house will be from 7:30 to 9 and all parents and others interested in the Winters schools are invited to visit the schools and classrooms and to observe some of the work being George M. a special feature of Public Schools and prior to the open a special musical program will be presented in the high school Performing will be the the Sixth Grade Cadet and the Junior High School Breeze under the direction of Kirke Also to present a part of the musical program Tuesday evening beginning at 6:30 wUl be the Second and Third Grade singing and the a group of students from several of the primary and elementary all under direction of Miss Karlene musical program will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 at which time the open house in the Elementary building Winters FFA Boys Stock Animals At hogs and lambs shown by Winters exhibitors in the San Antonio Livestock Show recently won several high places in individual Hope showed the first place Red Angus steer on the hoof in the carcass Dry showed the second place Red Angus steer on the hoof in the carcass Henderson's Charolais won 5th place on the hoof in that division in the carcass the hog the Tobin Airhart partnership showed the 3rd place heavyweight Perry Long partnership showed the 6th place Hampshire heavyweight in that Miller showed the 14th place hog in the heavyweight crossbred the lamb carcass and Kathy Bredemeyer showed the 5th place on foot in the Southdown and 2nd place on the Meeting 4 County Retired Teachers Association will meet March 4, at 2:90 p.m. at Huffman House in representative of the state association will be present to discuss legislation concerning retired Industrial Committee of the Winters Chamber of Commerce is planning an Industrial to be held April 4-5, in the lobby of West Texas Utilities show will be for all products manufactured in Listed in District 4-H Food members of the Runnels County 4-H Clubs won places in the District 4-H Food Show held in Sweetwater DIVISION Maxine breads and blue snacks and white main red Ann side red DIVISION Jane bread and red Bob snacks and white main blue side blue National School Head of Winters Independent School and four members of the board of school trustees attended the national conference of the American Association of School held in Dallas Friday through board members attending the conference included Delbert president of the Winters Billy Joe Roscoe and Wesley M. personalities and education experts spoke at the conference which was attended by school administrators and board members from all over the United MOORE visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Zane Moore were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hammonds and Shannon Zane of and Miss Sylvia Moore of members of the Winters Future Farmers of America chapter left Monday night for where they were to enter 16 seven lambs and one steer in the Houston Stock Show Thursday and Blackerby is to show his Red Angus steer in the junior in the junior hog division will be David Cy Paul High Band To Go To Winters Junior High School Band has been invited to participate in the Cisco Music April 12. The Festival is being sponsored by Cisco High and many bands are expected to be director Kirke McKenzie said the Breeze Band will compete with high school bands and other junior high There are about 81 musicians in the junior high Doug Ricky Stacy Long. Perry Bobby Kyle Poe and James show animals in the junior lamb show will be Ricky Dunlap and Mark into Plii Tlieta Koppo At students at Western Texas graduates of Winters High have been initiated in the PSI Zeta Chapter of PHI Theta are Kelly King and Carol in 1918, PHI Theta Kappa is the scholastic society of two-year colleges in the United Students must have a minimum grade point average of 3.2 to be eligible for is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne King of Route 3, and is a freshman student also classified as a was graduated from Winters High School and is married to Michael F. Rev. Mel pastor of St. John's Lutheran is the president of Winters Ministerial The Rev. David pastor of First Baptist is vice and the Rev. Bob pastor of First United Methodist is The Alliance met to and adopt a Purpose of the Winters Ministerial according to the is to honor to and to enhance the work of His Kingdom on earth among all men through witness and The Alliance works on several projects Major source of income for the Alliance is offerings at the annual Community the Rev. Mr. Swoyer An basketball league recently was and games are played each Monday and Thursday evening in the school Win half of the Winters High School Blizzard Band participated in the UIL solo and ensemble contests held on the campus of College in Brownwood Tuesday of last with moat of them winning First and Second Division and several qualifying for state of the Winters students won both First and Division by entering solo and ensemble Kirke said the Winters band was the third largest group attending the accompanists for the Winters contestants were Mrs. Randall Miss Karlene Miss Mary Kay who won First Division and Miss Belinda Mary Kay Clua I oboe qualified for Susan Steve baritone and qualified basa bass comet and French qualified for snare solo French horn French hom qualified for cornet Karen flute Patty Christi Ronnie bass DIVISION Melinda clarinet aite Donna alto Becky Randy Rhonda bass baritone sax baritone sax Don Becky Jodi tenor Leroy Karen bm contrabass Sarah tenor Jeff Cathy contra alto Susan Teresa BUCHANAN their Joe the were aaaa of
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