Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Canyon Sunday News Newspaper Archives Mar 31 1974, Page 3

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Canyon Sunday News (Newspaper) - March 31, 1974, Canyon, Texas Sunday March 31, 1974 the Canyon sunday news one Section Page 3 Uil contest held at Etsu a Canyon Man buys his License plates before the monday deadline at the Randall county tax office. City to Eye vote petitions Canyon City commissioners will canvass the tuesday vote Eye a metro unit funding request and consider ordinances pertaining to the new City budget during their session scheduled for 7 . Tuesday at the Community Center. The metro Grant application for another year of operation will be eyed by the commission. Randall county commissioners approved the Grant request last week. Two ordinances further implementing the 1974-75 City budget will be considered. Petitions to Call a vote on the new City Hail Complex will also be reviewed and considered by commissioners. Weather sat. March 23 a 31 High 20 Low Sun. March 24 a 47 High Ihlow Mon. March 25 a 72 High 23 Low tue. March 26 a 78 High 38 Low wed. March 27 a 82 High 47 Low thu. March 28 a 79 High 51 Low Fri. March 29 a 75 High 48 Low the University interscholastic league literary contest was held at West Texas state University saturday. High school students from District 1-aaa and District 3-aaaa competed in the various categories. District 1-aaa includes schools from Canyon Muleshoe Levelland Perr Gorton and Dumas. District 3-aaaa schools Are from Amarillo Borger and Ham a contests were staged in debate informative speaking persuasive speaking poetry interpretation and prose Reading with or. Guy Yates of the Etsu speech department serving As director. Bill Jee head of the Etsu journalism department was director of the journalism con test. Or. Jirry Cook of the English department was responsible for the ready writing contests and Susan Lindeman Vinglish graduate assistant was in charge of the spelling and Plain writing contest. Number sense and slide Rule was under the direction of David Lasher of the math department. Or. Roland Johnson of the school of business was in charge of typewriting and shorthand. Jack Edmondson director of the Public services at Etsu was coordinator of the Overall contest. The University As a service to area High school students houses and directs the contest each year. The winners in the saturday contest Are to be travelling out of town in about two weeks to the regional contest. The regional winners will go on to the state Competition. Contestants from Canyon High school were John Watkins and David Finke for boys debate Christi Prichard for girls in things to look for Ina water Heater normative speaking John Watkins for boys persuasive speaking Charlyne Moulton for girls persuasive speaking David Anderson for boys poetry interpretation and Tonya hunger for girls poetry interpretation. Also entered were Don Stubl ing for boys prose Reading Debbie Garrett for girls prose Reading Carolyn a Toson and alternate Melanie Ellis for feature writing Terri Reid and alternate Joann Wiite for new writing Randy breitling and alternate David Chapman for editorial writing Kathy Mccormick and alternate Rayleen Hillier for headline writing. Other entrants were Carla Dwyer Russell Killingsworth and alternate Teresa Hilworth for ready writing Marcella Patterson Young and alternate Joan Albers for spelling and Plain writing Dan Mcglasson Marty Widick and Walter Henson for number sense Mary Townsend Dan Mcglasson Wayne King and alternate Carla Dwyer for science. Canyon High entrants also included Walter Henson and Royce Holladay for slide Rule Dale Berry Cheryl Brown Diane Rawlings Cheri Workman Freddie Pratt and alternate Reta Cunningham for typewriting and Maureen Gidden and Jana Burton for shorthand. Dyson have baby boy or. And mrs. Kent Dyson of Amarillo have a new son and three Canyon grandparents have a new grandson. Joshua Dyson was born last monday morning at Northwest Texas Hospital in Amarillo. Joshua weighed in at 7 lbs. 9 of. And was 19�?~/2 inches in length at birth. He is the Dyson a first son. Maternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. Bill Rudd of it. 4, Canyon and paternal grandparents Are mrs. Virginia Dyson of Canyon and Glenn Dyson of Denton chamber to Eye special coins 1 i rectors of the Canyon Cham Ber of Commerce will discuss issuance of a commemorative Coin program during regular session monday night. The directors meet at 7.30 . At the Community Center. Directors Are also expected to discuss promotion of residential and business development of the City and possible promotion of a sales Campaign for Canyon merchants Dunn the summer. Ticket sales for the circus which will be sponsored by the chamber on May 15 will also be discussed. Sales tax Check up to �?T25,000 the City of Canyon received $25,962 from the 1 tier cent sales tax levied for the fourth Quarter of 1973, City manager George la udder said i thursday. The tax return Check is an in crease of about 2h Jar cent Over the Check received for the same Quarter in 1972. It is Down somewhat from the $33, Check received by the City tor the Quarter funding six tember 1973. Prat Check in a Ludlw however in $11.<mh penalty and interest Chargi against a local business for non payment of the tax. Canyon boy scout clean up can drive ends today no flue needed space saving Complete installation dependable Low water Heater rate service when needed financing if wanted these you get in an electric water Heater electric ivese of Eufr Civalier Hesters. Call us. The Canyon boy scout clean up can drive a shipped off this weekend with a display at the scout of Rama at the civic Center in am Anllo saturday. The Canyon troops that have been collecting cans from the City area for Steral it eks featured a poster exhibition of the clean up Campaign and a can smashing device. The posters All dealt with it cycling and ecology. The can smashing device was available for the Public use. The device was designed by major u d. Blyuitt of the military science department at West Texas state University. It consisted of an old a exit on the end of a heavy pipe a coniing to scoutmaster John Grillo the purpose of the machine was to show that can smashing is a quot very physical thing and to promote activity on the part of the spectators. Today 18 the last Day for cans to be deliverer a it the boy scouts for re cycling. Collection Point for the empty cans has Mthm at the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity House on Hicks Road. Grillo said that the minimum of the can collection will probably run to about 5 pm cans All the cans will be taken to the Cikins distributing Plant in Amarillo for a cycling the Money paid for the cans will go to the Lioy scouts. Gallo said the boy scouts Are anxious to know if the cleaner difference on the Canyon landscape is Rotimi but that they of a al the Effort was quot certainly Worth it regard la ass of Public attention. Police chief graduates Canyon police Hief al Stewart will return to the aty this week after graduating last wih k from the 96th session of the Fri National Academy at Lunn Tico a. Stewart graduate ii along with 248 other class members i hurs Day during ceremonies in Virginia he attended 12 weeks of executive level training in Law enforcement during the Academy. Tie curriculum in cd Udoni topics such As police ethics Filice management. La hav ional sciences Rei ent court decisions and Urban police problems. Police it. Tom Rolen has Iwen acting chief since stewarts departure. Laetitia the maid Gervea breakfast in bed to a gentleman caller in fian Carlo Menotti in a a the old maid and the thief quot in production Thia week along with Stephen Vincent Benet a a the Devil and Daniel the twin opera Bill a plated at h . Thursday and Friday in the Etsu Fine arts theatre. Mad a Mirty a it a giving one Tell the Canyon news Almut it t Telephone 655-7121, or Stop by the news office on the South Side of the Square russian film to be shown at Calvary Church Betty Baxter 4th return Canyon Assembly of cod april s-6-7-8 a showing of an underground evangelism production a to Russia with Exive quot will be held at the Calvary Baptist Church to night at 7 . Many of the shots in the film were made inside Russia and according to the production Agency a give eloquent testimony to the fact that hunger for the word of god is very real in that land of multiple closed secret arrangements were made in Advance for an English speaking russian Hestian to rendezvous with the Agency photographer in Russia and the two by hot several winks in the capture of a revealing glimpse of the undo it ground Church at worship. Quot tie showing at the Calvary Baptist Church tonight is open to the Public. God i Singer for today quot first counsel is this possess a pure kindly and Radiant vote for e. T. Cummings for director of Hospital District i Hope to be Able to use accounting s training and other knowledge and abilities to s help in providing and keeping the Best Small a Hospital for our area. A vote april 6,1974 id i do ail paid Lor by k i it a Munte Ltd a Strewl a Tivnon if a a a in i in la by the Anvil a fwd a Tiu t Anguti i a he for information 488-3041 vote tuesday social april 1 april b april 6 april 10 april 12 Jowell Home demonstration club fun Day i Kappa Zeta of Beta Sigma Phi Reg ular meeting. American association of University women regular meeting a a women in television woman s Boot club regular meeting Friendship Day visit with foreign students. April 22 27 Buffalo masque Sand alphas Omega repertory week. Quot Hedda Gaber quot and a private lives a 8 pm. Little branding Iron Tai eater. Public schools april 1 5 future homemakers of America week chs and chs. Special events Palo Duro mothers in Law club ular meeting officer installation. Reg april 2 april 6 april 14 Canyon Garden club regular meeting april 15 heritage women s club regular meet ing on quot treasures unlimited quot april 22 sue Hite club regular meeting a election tor City commission places 1, 2 and 3. Polls open 8 a m., close 7 p in at Canyon Community Center elections for Canyon school Board South Randall county Hospital District Board and county Board of school trustees. Polls open 8 a.m., close 7 . At Community Center and Gene Howe school. April 18 buy sell or Trade with Canyon news seek ads. Political Calendar criminal District attorney Demik rat be orc Dowlen Judic 47th District democrats o f Calhoun Bryan Foff Herbert c Martin legislature h6th District Democrat Bob Simpson de Fletcher Randall county judge Woody Pond county clerk Randall county Demik rat Chas Charles Hogan pm pol. Adv. Paid for by Lowlan soul ii of t Anyon. O. A Calhoun z207 Lackla Bryan Poff Zyi Nith Ava Herbart Warton. Patroi Hui Ding. Bob him a it in i606 Kilgalon cd Plau har 510.1 Matador Woody Pond 1706 Raa Hmara Harlan Hogan a 10 Paramount Prin lad by that Anyon Nawa. 1500 if Tranth st. Canyon Tai april 24 . April 1 april 2 april 4 heritage women s club regular meet on quot treasures unlimited faculty recital. Rowie Durden clarinet 8 . Branding Iron theatre Hall 7 30 . Ato Lodge student recitals Joe Dowell Mary Burckhardt Gary thrasher Brenda Ratliff Travis Angel. Carol Sublette George Hiskey. Lonnie Clark and Randy Hunsaker 4 . Bit senior recital Lilly Koesjan piano 4 bit Spring student elections student activities Council film a Zachariah quot 8 . A ballroom Sac film quot Zachariah a 8 al ballroom. Opera workshop. Quot theold maid and Trie thief quot and quot the Devil and Daniel Webster 8 Fine arts building Jose Greco auditorium. 8 at Canyon High f government april 1 april 2 april 8 april 15 Canyon chamber of Commerce Board meets 7 30 ., Community Center county commissioners 1 ., courthouse. . 7 p inborn Unity Center Canyon school Board meets 7 30 ., chs county commissioners nouse 1 p Mcourt county commissioners 1 ., court House. City commissioners 7 p i Community Center South Randall county Hospital Board 7 to ., Community Center april 16 so tool Board 7,30 april 5 opera workshop. 8 ., fab april 6 National teachers examination 8 30 a.m., University Complex South room 201 agricultural contests for area i Fra High school students. 9 a activities Center april 22 civic county commissioners House 1 april 7-13 Spring break rotary club meets noon t tuesdays Community Center noon a Orr club meets noon wednesdays Community Center evening Lions club meets 7 . Mondays Village inn kiwanis club meets noon fridays Community Center first National Bank of Canyon member Odic

Search all Canyon, Texas newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for March 31, 1974

Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.