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Page 8 Howardwick City Minutes December 6, 1994 The Howardwick City Council met in regular session on December 6, 1994 at 7:00 p.m. in Howardwick City Hall. In atten- dance were: Mayor, H.C. Clark; Councilmen, Bob Hall, Bob Thompson, Willie McCauley, Mar- garet Pettit; City Secretary, Dianna Knight and 6 guests, with Cheryi Linquist being absent. Call To Order: Mayor, H.C. Clark called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. and welcomed all present. Minutes: The minutes for November 8, 1994 were read and approved as read. Resolution #11 was read for the Councils approval Margaret Pettit made a motion to approve with a second by Willie McCauley. Motion carried with a five to nothing vote. Financial Statement: The November Financial Statement was presented for approval by Council. Bob Hall made a motion to approve, with a second by Bob Thompson. Motion carried with a five to nothing vote. Bills To Be Paid: Margaret Pettit made a motion to pay the bills, with a second by Bob Hall. Motion carried with a five to noth- ing vote. Insurance Claim on Fire Truck: Mayor, H.C. Clark gave a report to the council as to what the settlement with State Farm was on the truck. We now have the salvage of the truck for sale. Bob Hall recommended to get what we can and get the truck off the property. Assessment-Collection Con- tract: Bob Hall made a motion to t:Ot ([artnbon .9t1m sign the contract with Donley County Appraisal District, with a second by Margaret Pettit. Motion carried with a five to nothing vote. Old Business-Fireproof Cabinet: Mayor, H.C. Clark told the council about the cabinets he had found at Sam&apos;s. Bob Hall made a motion to table this item to the next meeting so we could check with some other places, with a second by Willie McCauley. Mo- tion carried with a five to nothing vote.. Mayor, H.C. Clark then asked Margaret Pettit and Willie McCauley if they would check on the price at other places and give a report at the next meeting. Fire Department-Motor: Bob Hall recommended that since the council had aiready said the fire department could have the motor off of the tar-pot, to go ahead and let them use it. Mr. Cockerham-Purnish Gas For Standby On Ambulance Runs In Howardwick: Mayor, H.C. Clark and Bob Hall did not think his was necessary. The residents do need to put up house numbers, and the City needs to put up street signs as soon as possible. Adjourn: With no further business, Bob Hall made a motion to adjourn, with a second by Bob Thompson. Motion carried with a five to nothing vote.. Meeting was adjourned at 7:40 p.m. Check It Out by Mary Beth Nelson D you have young children who will soon be out of school for the Christmas holidays? W'fll they and your pre-schoolers want some- thing new to occupy their time'? Burton Memorial Library offers reading pastimes for them to enjoy while waiting for the big day with Santa. Prairie Night Before Christmas by James Rice and The Night Before Christmas, In Texas That Is by Leon A. Harris, Jr. are two different versions of the classic Christmas Poem. The illustrations compliment the "story- poems", and will delight your children A precious book that adults can also enjoy as they read it to their children is The Bear Who Slept Through Christmas.  features Ted E. Bear, and is written by Rick Reinert. I think you'll even find it a little heartwarming as you follow Ted E. Bear's experiences in his search for Christmas. Thinking that Christmas is a place, he keeps looking for it until a kind old gentleman in red explains to him that Christmas is a way of giving, sharing, and loving. The little bear is surprised to discover that Christmas is not the kind of a place to which he could go. He tries to understand the gentleman's explanation that it is actually a place in his heart. He does find Christmas, but you'll just have to enjoy it with your children to find out how. Kindergarten and Primary Teachers, if you're needing a last minute" worthwhile activity to hold your students' interest, you'll find it in The Bear Who Slept Through Christmas. They'll love it! The Otristmas Kitten is a "picture book whose story your pre-reader will be able to follow without words. There are also other books in the library's Easy section which help to provide this important "pre-reading" skill Children's Christmas videos that are available are Tweety And Syivestef s Crazy CTtristtnas; Tmgle Bell Foolin ;'Jingle Bells And Other Songs; Santa's Surprise; The Night Before Owistmas; andRudolph, The Red Nosed Reindeer. I brought Rudolph home to check it out, hoping there was more to it than just the song. There is! I wasn't disappointed, for it is one of the sweetest story narrations I've heard. Another little Christmas heartwarmer. In my next article, I plan to review the non-fiction, O,'/stmas In Texas, one of Burton Memorial Library' s brand new adult books. I think it's a book which will be of interest to "all us Texans". Until then, why not check it out? Education Organization Announces Officers Oklahoma City - Oklahoma Christian University of Science and Arts announces the 1994-1995 of- THANKS! The Directors of Saints Roost Museum appreciate the Support of ALL who helped ricers for the local Oklahoma Education Association. Current officers are: presi- dent, Amy Dee Smith; vice-presi- dent, Cristi Schwamb; secretary, Triva Gentzler;, treasurer, Lisa Deuney;, historian, Heather Whar- ton. The Student Oklahoma Education Association, a student organization for those entering the field of education, is sponsored on campus by Dr. John Vincent, SOEA focuses on teaching teacher Thursday, December 15, Smith, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Marvin Davidson of lahoma City, OK, daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs. les U Hudson of Valdosta, a senior majoring in ea childhood and elementary tion. Gentzler, daughter of Mr Mrs. Gene Denney, is a senior majoring in education. Denney, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Allen; ton, daughter of Mr. and Gene Wharton of Parkersbu.00. The WV, is a senior majoring in bmi tary education. . to seJ Oklahoma Christian i slption private liberal arts university reck! 8-SO pen nized by, U.S. News & Worlt Rev[ 22"SO" Pa as a "Best Value" in higher ed ,u ofpt my a tion. The University has bh ere named to the Templeton Hod- Roll of Character Building leges and the Honor Roll for Enterprise Teaching. Christian offers fully programs in more than 70 areas of study in five colic Bible, Business, Education Arts, and Science and Engineeri CLARE Now in its 45th year of operatio W/00 A] Stated 1 its student enrollment represev inch too: most of the 50 states and Practice countries, lhnmy ( Irrigation from pg. The day's activities will cx " dude with an evaluation of drip i rigation for row-crop farmin Freddie Lamm, research agricu tural engineer with Kansas Sta University will present results of s years research drip irrigating col and his view of the economics. Randy Heusley, a grower the O'Donnell area, who also pl and installs drip irrigation systen will present his experiences drip rigating cotton and details on !em planning and costs. The Trade Show, exhibits of the latest irrigation chemigation equipment and soeiated components. For more information, tact Leon New at (806) Zachary Wilcox, County Agent, at 874-2141. to make our Annual Party ....... :- A huge Success. With Community Support we will continue to grow. 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