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GARDENER’S MAILBAG
The term “gestational diabetes” refers to diabetes that occurs for
the first time in a woman while she is pregnant. This condition,
which affects about 4% of all pregnant women in this country, is
characterized by blood glucose levels that are too high. The cause
can be traced to hormones that are produced during pregnancy
that make it more difficult for insulin (a hormone produced by
the pancreas, which helps the body to use and store food-derived
sugar) to perform its task. As a result of this insulin resistance,
blood sugar levels rise, posing potential risks for both mother and
child. Pregnant women are generally tested for gestational diabetes
between the 24th and 28th weeks of their pregnancies.
At our office, our primary goal is to provide medical care that
combines expert technology with warm, personal attention to
the concerns of women and their families. To schedule your
appointment for gynecology or obstetrical care, call WISE
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office is conveniently located at 1713 South FM 51, Ste. 201,
Decatur. New patients are welcome.

P.S. While gestational diabetes usually goes away after the baby is
born, women with the condition are more likely than those without
it to develop type-2 diabetes later on.
GESTATIONAL DIABETES
940-689-8388
BY NEIL SPERRY
Dear Neil: Is there a part
of Texas where daylilies
won’t do well? Mine grow,
but they keep losing lots of
their lower leaves during the
season.
Daylilies are perfectly
adapted to all parts of Tex-
as. They may require just
a touch of special attention
in certain conditions (im-
proved drainage in wet soils,
irrigation when dry, full sun,
ample nitrogen). Most true
lilies (Genus Lilium) are a
challenge in Texas, but day-
lilies should be very depend-
able for you.

Dear Neil: Why would
20-year-old spirea plants not
bloom well? Their soil is not
very good, but they’ve been
fine up until now. What can
I do now to get better flowers
next spring?
They require full, or nearly
full sun. Perhaps trees have
grown up and over them.
They also don’t tolerate re-
peated shearing. It weakens
them over time. Any pruning
you do should be done im-
mediately after their spring
bloom time, and it should
only be as needed to main-
tain their natural shape. Ap-
ply a high-nitrogen fertilizer
each fall to maintain their
vigor. Use the same mate-
rial immediately after they
finish blooming. You may
just need to take them out
and prepare the soil care-
fully before replanting.

Dear Neil: What can be
done to correct high salt lev-
els in the soil?
Send one or more samples
to the Soil Testing Labora-
tory at Texas A&M. They’ll
analyze the soil for soluble
salts, and they’ll be able to
recommend the best steps
to correcting the problem.
They may suggest flush-
ing the soil deeply to leach
out as much of the mineral
material as possible, and
the recommendation might
involve applying gypsum.
Calcium in the gypsum will
replace the more harmful
sodium that is held on the
soil particles. Follow the
recommendations that are
based on the soil test.

Dear Neil: I have two
plum trees in my yard. The
first three years that we lived
here, the plums were won-
derful. But, for the past two
years, no plums. What would
cause that?
Proving the negative (why
a tree did not bear fruit) is
always difficult, but it could
be due to late frosts, insuf-
ficient bee activity, excessive
shade, improper pruning,
inadequate spraying (and
subsequent insect and dis-
ease problems in the fruit)
or drought. Hopefully, you’ll
find something that helps
in that broad stroke of pos-
sibilities.

Dear Neil: Is there hope
for a large poinsettia that
has struggled with white
flies? I had it outdoors this
summer. Someone suggested
I use soap spray on it, but
that caused all of its leaves
to drop. Will its new leaves
be healthy, and what can I
do if the whiteflies return?
It should bounce right
back if it was healthy in the
first place. However, the te-
nacious whiteflies are prob-
ably still hanging around
nearby. Systemic insecti-
cides work well on them,
and some people use yellow
sticky traps to get them.
Hopefully you won’t have a
big problem.

Dear Neil: I’ve attached a
photo of a 2-year-old willow
tree. The seed blew into my
vegetable garden. I moved
it, and now it’s 18 feet tall.
As you can see, recent wind
wasn’t kind to it. I think I
can prop it up for the win-
ter, but should I take the top
6 feet out of the tree? I’ve
grown attached to it.
Willows’ life expectan-
cies probably average 5 or 6
years, so don’t get really at-
tached to it, or it will break
your heart. In the mean-
time, you’ll need to protect
it from cottonwood borers,
cotton root rot, further wind
damage and other problems.
It will use copious quanti-
ties of water, and your other
plants may suffer as a re-
sult. As for trimming it, do
whatever it takes. It will
grow right back. Or, perhaps
invest in a better, longer-
term tree instead.
Dear Neil: What would
happen to English ivy that
would cause its leaves to
turn limp and pale green,
then brown and wilted? Will
it put out new leaves from
the branches?
There are soil-borne fun-
gal invaders of all members
of the English ivy (Hedera)
clan. Most of us have suf-
fered losses like you describe,
especially after periods of
heavy rain. You need to re-
place it with another type of
plant. I’ve used mondograss,
liriope, purple wintercreeper
and even Asian jasmine as
a groundcover replacement
for English ivy, and I would
suggest Carolina jessamine
as a replacement for it in its
vining form.

Dear Neil: I have eight
pecan trees, and I have a
power sprayer. (My schedule
of sprays is enclosed.) With
all the spraying I’ve done,
I still lost a lot of my crop.
What causes it, and what
should I do?
The pecans you enclosed
fell some weeks ago, and
they had been ruined by
pecan scab. It’s a fungal
disease, and I didn’t see a
fungicide in the list of prod-
ucts you have used. Talk
to your farm supply dealer
where you’re buying your
other products, and include
a labeled fungicide starting
next season.
!
Have a question you’d
like Neil to consider? Mail
it to him in care of the Wise
County Messenger, P.O. Box
149, Decatur, TX 76234 or e-
mail him at mailbag@sper-
rygardens.com. Neil regrets
that he cannot reply to ques-
tions individually.
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FOOD DRIVE — The Decatur
Police Citizens Alumni
Association is collecting food
for WARM. For information,
call (940) 627-5329.
THIS WEEK’S EVENTS ...
HEART GALLERY — The
Heart Gallery of Wise and
Jack counties will be at Wise
Regional Health System,
609 Medical Dr., in Decatur,
through Oct. 29. The gallery
is a photo exhibit of children
available for adoption. For
information, call (940) 393-
5231.
GOODIES FOR
GRANDPARENTS —
Bridgeport Elementary
School will honor
grandparents at 6 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 29. Cookies,
coffee and lemonade will be
served, and grandparents
will visit their grandchild’s
classroom.
CANS FOR CAKES — North
Texas Bank will have a bake
sale 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday,
Oct. 30, benefiting WARM.
You need to bring canned
goods to swap for baked
goods.
BOOSTER CLUB — The
Decatur Booster Club meets
7 a.m. Friday, Oct. 30, at
Prada Bistro.
GOLF FOR CHARITY
— The Wise Electric fifth
annual 4-Man Scramble
Golf Tournament is 8 a.m.
Friday, Oct. 30, at the
Runaway Bay Golf Course.
All proceeds benefit Wise
County Charities. First place
team receives $240, second
place $120 and third place
$80. Cost to enter is $60
per player. Prizes will also be
awarded for closest to the pin
and longest drive. Door prizes
and lunch will be provided.
For information, call (940)
389-7334.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
— The Bridgeport chapter of
the National Honor Society
will accept applications from
juniors and seniors through
Friday, Oct. 30. Applications
should be turned in to
Rosalinda Scott, BHS chapter
adviser. Students will be
notified of their acceptance
by mail. For information, call
Mrs. Scott at (940) 683-
4064.
FOOD DRIVE — Vincent
Investment Management
is collecting nonperishable
canned food or cash
donations for Wise Area
Relief Mission (WARM).
Donations can be dropped off
anytime during the month of
October at the office, 2250
Farm Road 51 South, Suite
900, in Decatur.
CAN COLLECTING — First
Financial Bank in Decatur is
collecting cans for Wise Area
Relief Mission.
FOUNDATION BANQUET
— The Bridgeport Education
Foundation’s seventh annual
benefit banquet and auction
is Saturday, Nov. 7, in the
Bridgeport High School
Commons area. Donations
are sought for live and silent
auction items, table sponsors
and direct donations. Mail
or fax to chairman Sue Ray
by Friday, Oct. 30, at 808
Woodrow Wilson Ray Circle,
Bridgeport, TX 76426 or
(940) 683-2069.
AG SINGLES — The Texas
Chapter of Singles in
Agriculture will have a
weekend event Friday, Oct.
30, through Sunday, Nov.
1. The chapter will meet
at 8 a.m. Friday, Oct. 30,
at Brushy Creek Retreat,
435 Richey Road, in Bowie.
The group will visit Saint
Jo, Brushy Creek Winery
and Nocona. Visit www.
singlesinag.org or call (940)
872-2521 or (940) 842-1205
for information.
FOOD DRIVE — First State
Bank in Bridgeport is
accepting food and toiletry
items for WARM through
Friday, Oct. 30. Items can be
brought to the front lobby.
CLUB MEETING — The Desk
and Derrick Club of Wise
County annual business
meeting is 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 3, at the La
Quinta Inn in Bridgeport.
Dinner is $10 payable at
the door. The speaker is
Scott Mercer with Complete
Production Services. The
business session of the
meeting is closed, but
the dinner and speaker
presentation is open to
the public. RSVP to Trinity
Fincher at trinity.fincher@dvn.
com before Oct. 30.
NEXT WEEK’S EVENTS ...
BASKETBALL SIGN-UPS —
Decatur pee wee basketball
sign-ups are under way for
fifth and sixth grade boys
and girls. Deadline is Sunday,
Nov. 1. Forms can be picked
up at Decatur Intermediate
School. Contact Paula
Graves at (940) 626-8116
or (940) 389-2414 or e-mail
decaturpeeweebasketball@
hotmail.com for information.
VOLUNTEER FAIR — A
volunteer fair is 3 to 6
p.m. Thursday, Nov. 5, at
Weatherford College. The
event will include drinks,
snacks and door prizes.
Organizations will be on
site to discuss volunteering
opportunities. Call Megan
Brock at (940) 452-4828 for
information.
CHALLENGE — Wise Electric
Cooperative has challenged
other Wise County
businesses in a food drive
to benefit WARM. Call Lillie
Hunt at (940) 627-2167 to
participate. A custom trophy
goes to the winner. Food will
be collected Friday, Nov. 6.
ASMI COURSE — Accident
Scene Management Inc.
courses are offered Friday,
Saturday and Sunday, Nov.
6-8, at LaQuinta Inn and
Suites in Bridgeport. The
professional course is 6 to
9:30 p.m. Friday for $15.
The basic course is 9 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, and
the advanced course is 9
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sunday.
Both courses are $45. For
information, call Spirit Rider
at (940) 389-0200 or Denise
Carey at (832) 385-5253.
To register, go to www.
accidentscene.org/schedule.
htm#tx.
FARM EQUIPMENT AUCTION
— The Chisholm Trail Tractor
Club annual Fall Farm
Equipment Consignment
Auction is 9 a.m. Saturday,
Nov. 7, at the Sheriff’s Posse
Grounds on Farm Road 51
South in Decatur. Equipment
already consigned includes
a 1951 Farmall Super A,
a 1949 Farmall Mod “C”
and a John Deere 3010. For
consignment information,
call Grady Griffeth at (940)
393-2155. Heugatter Auction
Service will conduct the
auction.
BARRELS FOR BOOKS —
Royal Christian Academy in
Boyd will host the Barrels for
Books barrel race Saturday,
Nov. 7. Exhibition will begin
at 11 a.m., and the race will
start at 2 p.m. Monetary
and raffle item donations
are accepted. All proceeds
benefit the academy. Call
Amy Proudfoot at (940) 389-
2441 for information.
UPCOMING EVENTS ...
PIG TRAINING — Wise
County 4-H show pig training
is 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10,
at the Paradise ag barn.
Instruction will be given
on hog selection, feeding,
health, daily care and more.
Call the Extension office to
sign up at (940) 627-3341.
THANKSGIVING DINNER
— The First United Methodist
Church in Bridgeport will
hold its annual community
Thanksgiving dinner 5 to 8
p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11., in
the Bridgeport High School
commons area. Cost for
adults is $7 in advance or
$8 at the door; children 5 to
10 years, $4 in advance or
$5 at the door; and children
under 4 will eat free. Pre-sale
tickets are available until
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Those of you who were lucky enough to get your
small grain fields planted early have seen an excel-
lent beginning and should be able to graze those
fields much earlier than usual. That early grazed
forage should contain 28 to 32 percent crude pro-
tein. It is important to remember that each ton of
forage harvested by livestock will remove 90 to 100
pounds of nitrogen. Small grain forage that stands
a foot tall will easily yield one ton per acre. That
means if you only applied 60 to 80 pounds of nitro-
gen per acre at planting, most if not all of your nitrogen will
be harvested with the first grazing.
I think we can expect to see nitrogen deficiency symptoms
before the first of the year. If you graze early and
remove the forage before then, nitrogen top dress-
ing in December will surely help produce more
winter forage. If you delay that nitrogen applica-
tion until January or February, expect a forage
growth loss.
In many cases, hay quality is below average, so
a few pounds of nitrogen may allow your winter
forage to supplement the hay.
According to recent Noble Foundation research,
limited grazing may be the best bet to extend that
small grains grazing and provide the necessary
protein. Grazing steers as little as 15 minutes on
small grains equals about 2.5 pounds of 20 percent breed-
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The North Central Texas Cattleman’s Clinic is 1 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 5, at the Young County Arena on U.S. 380
east of Graham. The program includes several good pre-
sentations and live animal demonstrations. Attendees will
receive three CEU’s and a ribeye dinner at 5:30 p.m. Regis-
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(940) 549-0737 to sign up.
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out of almost 740 kids from
Rann Elementary, Carson
Elementary, Boyd Elemen-
tary and Bridgeport Inter-
mediate.
They learned many inter-
esting facts about pecans,
curds and whey, water, beef
and dairy products.
I would like to thank all
the teachers and volunteers
who made this day suc-
cessful. This was the first
Texas AgriLife Extension
“Kids, Kows and More” in
Wise County, and we hope
to make it bigger and bet-
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Girls
Volleyball
Junior High
Decatur 7A 25 25
Iowa Park 18 11
Decatur 7B 25 25
Iowa Park 14 10
Decatur 8A 25 19 6
Iowa Park 18 25 25
Decatur 8B 25 25
Iowa Park 17 15

Bridgeport 7B 19 25 25
WF Zundy 25 20 19
“The girls did an excellent job
taking care of another victory,” said
Bridgeport coach Shelly Arrington.
“They continue to improve their
serving and use different combina-
tions to win the set and match.”
Kaylee Love recorded two digs, two
aces and four assists. Jessica White
and Emily Martinez each added four
assists.
Bridgeport record 6-5, 3-4
Bridgeport 8B 25 25
WF Zundy 20 10
“The girls were a little flat to-
night, but were able to stay focused
to get the win,” said Bridgeport
coach Cheila Demmitt. “I saw better
movement about the court, which
led to some nice rally points.” Mae-
gan McLaughlin led Bridgeport at
the service line with eight aces. She
also added a kill. Angelica Martinez-
Cortez recorded four aces. Hannah
Brown had two aces and one kill.
Kayla Henson finished with three
aces and one dig.
Bridgeport record 3-5, 2-3
Bridgeport 7A 14 20
WF Zundy 25 25
“The Sissies played two competi-
tive games,” said Bridgeport coach
Shelly Arrington. “They started off
strong, but their serves and lack of
communication hurt controlling the
game. This team has a lot of talent
and is driven to better themselves
each time they play.” Alyson Price
led the Sissies at the service line
with three aces. She added three
assists. Paige Fagen recorded two
aces and three assists.
Bridgeport record 1-6
Bridgeport 8A 25 25
WF Zundy 15 11
“The girls were very focused to-
night, and came out ready to play,”
said Bridgeport coach Cheila Dem-
mitt. “They did a much better job of
covering the middle and tips over the
block.” Payton Tucker led the Sis-
sies with eight aces and four kills.
Taylor Emola recorded four aces and
two kills. Haley Guinn had five as-
sists to go along with two aces and
a kill. Leah Guinn led the defensive
effort with four digs. Lacey Erwin
had two digs and two kills.
Bridgeport record 7-4, 4-1
Bridgeport freshmen 23 25 25
Iowa Park 25 13 13
“We just kept the game inter-
esting by just hanging in there the
first game,” said Bridgeport coach
Traci Woodard. “We played together
and took care of business the sec-
ond and third game.” Haley Denton
led the Sissies with six kills. Madi
Manoushagian added four. Tiffany
Hawkins recorded five assists. Sky-
lar Shawn had four assists, three
digs and three kills.
Bridgeport record 12-9, 3-2
Bridgeport JV 25 25
Iowa Park 11 7
Mariah Clayton led the Sissies
with six kills in the two-game sweep
of Iowa Park Oct. 13. Shelbi Fry add-
ed five kills. Setter Taylor Henson re-
corded nine assists, three kills, two
aces and a dig. Ann Turlington and
Audra Hart had three aces each.
Bridgeport record 16-10, 4-2
Bridgeport JV 25 25
WF Hirschi 11 7
Mariah Clayton put down six kills,
and Shelbi Fry added five in a two-
game sweep of Hirschi Oct. 13.
Taylor Henson recorded nine as-
sists, three kills and two aces. Au-
dra Hart and Ann Turlington each
had three aces.
Bridgeport record 16-10, 4-2
Bridgeport JV 25 19 21
Decatur 14 25 25
Taylor Henson recorded 15 assists
and two digs and Mady Hancock fin-
ished with eight kills, four digs and
two blocks in a three-game loss to
Decatur Oct. 20.
“It always stinks when your own
mistakes as a team cost you a win,”
said Bridgeport coach Dallas Tay-
lor. “We played well the first game
and then quit doing the little things
correctly. Hitting and serving errors
cost us big in the last two games.”
Hannah Logan finished with four
kills and a block. Lindsey Walker
and Kasey Wages added four digs
each.
Bridgeport freshman 17 19
Decatur 25 25
Nikki Mowery put down six kills,
but it was not enough to lift the Sis-
sies to a win Oct. 20.
“It is tough to lose a game when
you know you can play better,” said
Bridgeport coach Traci Woodard.
“We just struggled to gain any mo-
mentum this game.”
Setter Skylar Shawn recorded
eight assists, a dig, an ace and a
kill. Kendra Mendoza finished with
four kills, a block and an ace. Jes-
sica Mares had two digs.
Bridgeport 12-10, 3-3
Bridgeport 8B goes 1-3
at Paradise Tourney
The Sissies recorded a win over
Springtown, but fell to Argyle, Para-
dise and Peaster in the Oct. 10 tour-
nament.
The Sissies beat Springtown 25-
22, 25-18 to start the tournament
with Meagan McLaughlin recording
five aces and six assists.
The Sissies fell to Argyle 25-20,
25-13. Tamara Lippencott finished
the match with four assists and two
aces.
Bridgeport fell to host Paradise
26-24, 25-17. Kayla Henson put
down three aces and had five as-
sists.
The Sissies closed the tourna-
ment with a 25-20, 25-14 loss to
Peaster. Lippencott had four assists
and three aces.
“The Sissies played competitive
games during the Paradise tourna-
ment,” said Bridgeport coach Shelly
Arrington. “They controlled the ball
well and were successful with their
serves. The girls missed several op-
portunities to control the game and
win. Overall, they played well.”
Bridgeport 8A squad
takes second at Lindsay
The Sissies finished second at the
Lindsay Middle School Tournament
Oct. 10.
Bridgeport fell in the title game to
host Lindsay in three games, 25-18,
18-25, 25-22. Haley Guinn recorded
nine assists and three aces. Leah
Guinn put down three kill, five aces
and four digs.
“What a great championship
match,” said Bridgeport coach Chei-
la Demmitt. “We had a slow start in
the first set, but really pulled togeth-
er to make the match exciting. My
girls played their hearts out. I am
so proud of how they played aggres-
sively and really moved well to pick
up the ball.”
Bridgeport beat Howe to start
the tournament 25-18, 25-12. Haley
Guinn led the Sissies with five aces,
three assists and two digs.
The Sissies beat Nocona 25-10,
25-10 in the second round of the
tournament. Haley Guinn recorded
six aces and two assists. Leah Guinn
had four aces and three digs.
Bridgeport record 6-4, 3-1
Bridgeport 7A team
finishes 1-2 at tourney
The Sissies beat Nocona to close
the Lindsay Tournament Oct. 10.
Jordan Vidal put down four killls and
two aces. Landrie Walsh added four
aces, two digs and two assists.
Bridgeport fell to Howe 25-18,
25-14. Walsh finished with two kills
and two digs. Lauren Stowers had
two digs and two assists.
The Sissies lost a tight three-
game match to Texoma Christian
19-25, 25-16, 25-14. Alyson Price
put down three kills and three digs.
Stowers added two kills, five aces
and three digs.
“The girls improved with each
match,” said Bridgeport coach Chei-
la Demmitt. “They played with more
confidence and were more aggres-
sive as the day progressed. I was
proud of the way the girls worked
hard to be more competitive each
match.”
Bridgeport 8A 25 25
Decatur 6 20
Haley Guinn finished with seven
aces, two digs, two assists and a
kill to lead the Sissies to a win over
Decatur Oct. 19.
Leah Guinn added five aces, three
digs and an assist. Payton Tucker
put down three kills and two digs.
“The girls played aggressively
and moved well to pick up the ball,”
said Bridgeport coach Cheila Dem-
mitt. “Good serving game as well.
We came out in the second set a big
sluggish for some reason, but found
our groove again and pulled out the
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Halloween/
Fall Festival
events
Rhome haunted house
The Rhome Volunteer Fire
Department’s annual haunt-
ed house is 7 to 11 p.m. Oct.
30 and 31 in the old school
next to the fire hall. Admis-
sion is $7 per person. For
information, call (817) 696-
6742.
Truck or Treat
The First Baptist Church
in Decatur Truck or Treat is
6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct.
28. The event will include
hot dogs, candy, hay rides
and games.
Alvord haunted house
Alvord eighth graders are
sponsoring a haunted house
in downtown Alvord Oct. 29-
31, 7 to 10 p.m. Thursday
and Friday and 7 p.m. un-
til the last person is scared
away Saturday. Cost is $3
for adults and $2 for stu-
dents. Proceeds benefit the
class project graduation.
A concession stand will be
available.
Bridgeport
Costume Parade
Bridgeport’s fifth annual
Halloween Costume Parade
and Trick-or-Treating is 5
to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31,
in downtown. Mayor Don
Majka will lead the parade.
Participants should meet in
the Duckwall’s parking lot
at 5 p.m. For information,
call (940) 683-3485.
Decatur FUMC
Trunk or Treat
The First United Method-
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hold a Trunk or Treat and
Children’s Halloween Car-
nival 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday,
Oct. 31. The event will in-
clude a cupcake walk, cookie
decorating, maze, carnival
games and more. Donations
of canned food will be ac-
cepted for WARM.
Alvord FUMC
Trunk or Treat
The First United Meth-
odist Church in Alvord will
host Trunk or Treat 5:30 to
7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31, in
the parking lot across from
the church. Treats will be
served from car trunks and
tail gates. Free hot dogs and
soda will be served, and the
Carter Blood Mobile will ac-
cept blood donations.
Cornerstone Baptist
fall festival
Cornerstone Baptist
Church in Decatur is hold-
ing a fall festival 5:30 to 7:30
p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31, and
will include a jump house,
food, games and drinks.
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Alvord Elementary School
First six weeks
A honor roll
FIRST GRADE — Brandon Anderson, Madelyn Causey, Gavin Dre-
wry, Micah Durand, Maranda Edwards, Ezra Fox, Ellie Freeman, Gra-
cie Gose, Kaelee Gould, Railey Gray, Brady Hastings, Carson Holson,
Ethan Lindley, Daidrian Locklear, Taylor Maag, Ty McLaughlin, Kayla
Medrano, Aubrey Mitchell, Dalton Outlaw, Parker Redman, Carleigh
Rutherford, Reece Silletti, Kyndel Sims, Paige Slaten, Jocelyn Tam-
bunga, Bella Warren, Tyce Willis and James Windham.
SECOND GRADE — Jared Allison, Matt Andresen, Keylee Ashlock,
Gage Barclay, Hanah Bridges, Macie Dickerson, Samantha Downs,
Kylee Fitzgerald, Rami Fritz, Denisse Garcia, Lilee Gifford, Bandi
Leverett, Jayton Malone, William Martin, Zachary McBride, Rhyle
McKinney, Lana Mosier, Karson Parker, Sidney Parker, Brenna Riley,
Clay Stark, Jannelle Tambunga and Madison Yates.
THIRD GRADE — Jake Allison, Audrey Beasley, Grace Bettis, Ab-
bey Bloomer, Joseph Breashears, Taylor Durand, Zane Hickey, Wil-
son Hicks, Jared Johnson, Ema Langham, Jarett Locklear, Maley
Mader, Jon Maitland, Makayla Martin, Steven Meek, Allison Rick-
etts, Maggie Wicks and Kendall Wilson.
FOURTH GRADE — Cydney Bailey, Tanner Baker, Paycee Edgett,
Courtney Ferguson, Dane Fitzgerald, Joana Fraga, Caycee Holson,
T’aira Johnson, Trenton Kelsey, Rheason Leverett, Makayla Martin,
Chasidy Messer, LuLu Murillo, Naveid Ortega, Olivia Parr, Tanner Pe-
tree, J.J. Prock, Brittni Proffitt, Cason Rangel, Nash Roberts, Kate-
lyn Schedcik, Jared Shea, Emma Sherwood, Azia Shoen, Miranda
Smith, Rosie Stephens, Rachel Tackett, Jadn Thatcher, Hunter Wag-
goner, Rylan Waldo and Pierce Warren.
FIFTH GRADE — Lindsey Abbott, Lezlee Bull, Hannah Carpenter,
Ryan Edwards, Parker Hicks, Bradyn Hunt, Chelsey Lodes, Jake
Maag, Blake Martin, Connor Patterson, Cierra Rangel, Crese Red-
man and Julie Weaver.
A/B honor roll
FIRST GRADE — Brody Allsbrooks, MacKenzie Aynes, Ema Beas-
ley, Andrew Bloomer, Amber Carpenter, Ace Edgett, Hannah Fergu-
son, Tawni Hamilton, Noah Hancock, Karissa Harrison, Lilly Hooks,
Camron Key, Triston Mock, Keith Orr, Asher Perry, Cody Pound, Da-
rin Shackelford and Tucker Wicks.
SECOND GRADE — Matthew Edwards, Jesse Elliott, Tyler Estep,
Ismael Fraga, PePe Gam, Alaura Gilmore, Talon Guess, Jaden Harn-
sberger, Ransom Klein, Elizabeth Lawhn, Pierce Leonard, Taylor
Meador, Breann Mock, Jesse Outlaw, Colton Parker, Kaitlyn Perry,
Brianna Pewitt, Gabe Potter, Cody Price, Logan Record, Russell
Shrauner and Addison Woodall.
THIRD GRADE — Alexis Gilbreath, Keyvin Gilliam, Colten Gonza-
les, Garret Hamill, Tyler Howard, Gus Leach, Luis Medrano, Ash-
lynn Northcutt, Parker Raines, Katie Rich, Ryan Robinson, Parker
Slaten, Isabel Vara, Franklin Walker and Clint Wright.
FOURTH GRADE — Mary Atkinson, LeeWayne Barton, Landon
Bickers, Cirene Brevick, Marisol Chandler, Corbin Cohoon, Mikay-
la Cox, Shannon Davis, Sara Delgado, Carli Fain, Jayton Guthrie,
Mathew Johnson, Aaron Lawhn, Wyatt Lindley, Christopher McKin-
ney, Doug Parks, Mackenzie Sugg, Kenson Vance, Kadie Watkins,
Robert Watts and Bobby Wiesendanger.
FIFTH GRADE — Kaely Beaver, Kalyb Beaver, Braxton Calvert,
Alan Campbell, Katlin Cohoon, Katelyn Croom, MaKayla Dacosta,
Brittany Gayler, Holly Hammons, Cody Holaway, Thomas Holland,
Valerie Martin, Conner Parker, Tonia Talamantes, Savanah Ward, Sa-
vannah Ward and Karissa Woodall.
Paradise Junior High
First six weeks
A Honor Roll
SIXTH GRADE — Hunter Anthony, Kyle Baker, Jordan Blackstock, John
Bridgeman, Carlos Carrillo, Kylie Davis, Joseph Eisen, Charles Ford, Alexan-
dria Fowler, Amber French, Madison Horne, Stormi Lamb, Zackery Laney, Ry-
der McConnell, Christian McCormick, Logan McPherson, Colton Meadows,
Katlyn Melvin, Carlos Powers, Jessica Presley, Ian Remmele, Brice Richard-
son, Trenton Sims, Casey Steinhauer, Christian Steinhauer, Anthony Walton,
Kalli Winters and Jordan Yates.
SEVENTH GRADE — Danny Adair, Megan Armstrong, Joshua Barnes,
Mikeala Beck, Caiden Berry, Shelby Boyers, Shelby Bradshaw, Lyndon Cook,
Emily Corbin, Layne Griffin, Johnna Headley, Christopher Hill, Shawnia Jones,
Nicholas Loney, Jada McCoy-Reynolds, Brandy McDaniel, Janae McMurry,
Dillon Meadows, David Pearson, Samuel Robinson, Allison Rutledge, Trever
Shuker and Julianna Smith.
EIGHTH GRADE — Daniel Alexander, Tyler Babcock, Blake Bryant, Ryan
Cox, Chance Dial, Parker Espinoza, Rylee Howerton, Brooke Huckabee, Han-
nah Love, Marilyn Melvin, Luke Miller, Angela Powers, Monika Qualls, Bailey
Roberts, Madeline Runnels, Bailey Sides, Hannah Simmons, Deanna Walter-
scheid, Abby Wellborn, Corbin Wilson and Ashley Yates.
A/B honor roll
SIXTH GRADE — Grayson Cobb, Mabell Diana, Rabecca Downing, Peyton
Fishbeck, Zachary Goforth, John Channing Hamilton, Morgan Heinsen, Kay-
cie Howerton, Hailey Kennedy, Meagan Kennedy, Zacharey King, Topanga
Lewis, Kolby Little, Jackson Mills, Madison Moore, Dylan Noble, Abigail
Pace, Jacob Posey, Aliyah Read, Cora Roman, Garrett Schneck, Darlan So-
tomi, Cody Strickland, Alexander Tipton, Darla Walterscheid, Makenna Wise
and Turner Young.
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Blevins, Zildjian Brooks, William Brown, Andrew Carter, Shawn Carter, Sky-
ler Clawson, Michael Counts, Hope Dennie, Stacy Fernandez, Nehomarlis
Gonzalez, Shelby Hamilton, Austin Hogan, Cala Holder, Haley Horne, Sage
Huggins, Levi Jenkins, Courntey Kerr, Cassidy Kirkland, Randall Luevano,
Kaylee McConnell, Brnadon McCormick, Brandon McCutchen, Jessica
Meeks, Landry Norwood, Nancy Ortiz, Jodi Perdue, Anna Preather, Collier
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Makala Neighbors, Robert Norvell, Ashley Pearson, Mary Reid, Katie Reyn-
olds, Dustin Rogers, Vanessa Romo, Morgan Thomas, Colton Unger, Tanner
Valentine and Meagan Walton.
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The 2009-10 Family Ca-
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Chapter at Alvord High
School is busy this week,
planning its annual trick-or-
treat for charity fundraiser.
The group will meet at the
home of Donna Nivens, Al-
vord High School’s FCCLA
leader, on Oct. 31 and will go
from door to door collecting
money for Feed the Children
and local charities.
In September, the Alvord
FCCLA members selected
new officers and presented
the year’s event calendar.
The new officers are:
President Jeremy Browne,
Vice President Logan Enis,
Secretary Amber Gueer,
Treasurer Robin Musgrave,
Reporter Jennifer Ward,
Parliamentarian Jordan
Ward and Project Chairman
Macy Lynch. Advisory Com-
mittee members are Deshea
Malone and Ashley Mus-
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development through family
and consumer sciences edu-
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skills for life through char-
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tickets, come by or call the church office at (940) 683-2780
or contact any church member.
RAINWATER HARVESTING — A program on rainwater
harvesting is 9 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 12, at the Sheriff’s
Posse Grounds. Call the Extension office for more
information and to sign up (940) 627-3341.
SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS — Applications for Decatur Spirit of
Christmas are available at CitiBank, DATCU, First Financial,
Legend Bank, North Texas Bank and Wells Fargo. Deadline to
return applications is Friday, Nov. 13. Angels will be displayed
on trees beginning Monday, Nov. 23.
COAT DRIVE — Wise Hope Shelter and Crisis Center, a family
violence/sexual assault victims’ service organization, is
holding a coat drive for the children of clients. Donations
of new fall/winter children’s coats, monetary donations
and/or gift cards are being accepted. Take donations to the
Wise Hope Crisis Center, 407 S. Washburn St., in Decatur
weekdays 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. until Friday, Nov. 13. For
information, call Brittany at (940) 626-4585.
FALL CLEAN-UP — The city of Bridgeport will host a fall
clean-up event 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14. The city is
looking for clean teams to help collect trash and debris in all
areas of town. Shirts are limited, so sign up to reserve yours.
A signed release form is required for each participant. For
information, call Natalie Bilby at (940) 683-3413.
BOYD SPIRIT — Boyd Spirit of Christmas applications are
available at all Boyd ISD schools and at city hall. They are due
Monday, Nov. 16.
COOKING — Grace Baptist Church of Decatur is taking orders
for smoked turkeys, hams and briskets to be cooked Friday,
Nov. 20. Meat may be picked up that evening at the church
parking lot. Turkeys are $30; hams, $35; and briskets, $40.
Proceeds benefit the Grace Baptist Benevolence Fund. To
order, call (940) 627-7558.
SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS — Applications for Rhome’s Spirit
of Christmas are available at Rhome City Hall, 105 W. First
St. Applications must be returned to city hall by Nov. 20.
The program provides toys and clothes for economically
disadvantaged children. It is sponsored by the city of Rhome
and Rhome United Methodist Church.
COAT DRIVE — Coats will be accepted at all Decatur financial
institutions through Dec. 10 for the Spirit of Christmas coat
drive. Infant through young adult sizes will be accepted.
IN OTHER NEWS ...
ACCEPTING DONATIONS — North Texas Bank has a
box in its lobby for Wise Area Relief Mission donations
of food and toiletries.
BEARS — Boyd High School cheerleaders are
collecting new stuffed animals for hospitalized children
throughout the football season at all home games.
AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM — The Decatur Public Library’s
free after-school program for students in fifth grade and
up is 3:30 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Students will
participate in a variety of age-appropriate activities. For
information, call the library at (940) 627-5512 or visit the
Web page at www.decaturpubliclibrary.com.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED — North Central Texas Council of
Governments’ Area Agency on Aging Ombudsman Program
needs volunteers to help elderly and disabled residents
of nursing and assisted living facilities in Bridgeport and
Decatur. Call Lisa Walker at (800) 272-3921 or e-mail Pat
Borgfeldt at ppborgfeldt@aol.com for information.
SUPPORT — Alcoholics Anonymous and Alanon meetings are
6:30 p.m. each Monday at the Newark Community Center,
404 Hudson St.
ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION — The Alzheimer’s Association
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month at Wise Regional Health System’s west campus board
room in Decatur. Call Kelly Walker at (940) 627-5921 for
information.
DONATE A PHONE — Wise Hope Shelter and Crisis Center
is accepting cell phones and cell phone batteries in any
condition. The organization works with Shelter Alliance, which
allows them to receive shelter funding through cell phone
donations. Bring donations to the center office in Decatur,
407 S. Washburn St. Call (940) 626-4585 for information.
MARRIAGE WORKSHOP — A free marriage workshop is
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the Weatherford College Education Center in Decatur. For
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Victim Age: 6
Victim Sex: Female
Christopher
Michael Green
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Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 9
Victim Sex: Female
Terry Lee
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Victim Age: 5
Victim Sex: Female
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Victim Age: 4
Victim Sex: Female
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Victim Age: 8
Victim Sex: Female
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Dwayne
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1815 CR 4698
Boyd, TX
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Victim Age: 15
Victim Sex: Male
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Dawn
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8114 FM 51 South
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Victim Sex: Female
Roger
Dale
Smith
7616 Briar Rd.
Azle, TX
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Victim Sex: Female
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Victim Sex: Female
Yvonne
Ruth
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390 CR 4591
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160 CR 4692
Boyd, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 14
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693 CR 4790
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Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 8
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Victim Age: 15
Victim Sex: Female
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James
McBride
BOYD BRIDGEPORT
8317 S. FM 51
Boyd, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
(Out-of-State: AR)
Victim Age: 17
Victim Sex: Male
Gene
Heather
Harris
Smith
241 CR 4899
Boyd, TX
Indecency with a Child by Expose
Victim Age: 7
Victim Sex: Male
Clay
O’Brian
Nelson
134 CR 3225
Bridgeport, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 13
Victim Sex: Female
Troy
Eugene
Gregston
109 Harbor Dr., Apt. #205
Runaway Bay, TX
Victim Age: 16
Victim Sex: Female
Ricky
Gene
Helton
467 CR 4764
Boyd, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 13
Victim Sex: Female
Steven
Clay
Sedberry
2471 E. Hwy. 114, Lot #12
Boyd, TX
Sexual Assault X3
Victim Age: 15
Victim Sex: Female
Patrick
Wayne
Lee
BRIDGEPORT
156 CR 3203
Bridgeport, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 10
Victim Sex: Female
Tommy
Carl
Pendergrass
1024 CR 3225
Bridgeport, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 16
Victim Sex: Male
Dickie
Jay
Read
2525 Hwy. 101
Bridgeport, TX
Sexual Assault (Out-of-State Conviction: AR)
Victim Age: 11
Victim Sex: Female
Michael
Ray
Wall
196 CR 3203
Bridgeport, TX
Sexual Assault of a Child
Victim Age: 2
Victim Sex: Male
Mark
Allen
Cooke
1708 Cates St.
Bridgeport, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 12
Victim Sex: Female
Emilio
G.
Rodriguez
135 PR 1512, Lot #10
Bridgeport, TX
Aggravated Sexual Assault X2, Sexual
Assault
Victim Age: 13, 16
Victim Sex: Female
Galelama
Julian
Butcher III
BRIDGEPORT CHICO
203 Bartlett Ct.
Runaway Bay, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 8
Victim Sex: Female
David
Richard
Horn
1504 Irvin St.
Bridgeport, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 12
Victim Sex: Female
James
Luther
Hill
2644 FM 2127
Chico, TX
Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child
Victim Age: 14
Victim Sex: Female
Rickie
Lynn
Fisher
468 CR 1637
Chico, TX
Aggravated Sexual Assault
Victim Age: 9
Victim Sex: Female
Gary
Dale
Britton
1542 Cuba Rd.
Bridgeport, TX
Aggravated Sexual Assault
Victim Age: 6
Victim Sex: Female
Julio
Angelo
Ortega
124 Meadow Pond Ct.
Runaway Bay, TX
Sexual Assault of a Child, Soliciting of a
Minor
Victim Age: 15
Victim Sex: Female
Kenneth
Michael
Riggs
Wise County Crime Stoppers and Wise County Sheriff’s Office want you to be aware
WHERE SEX OFFENDERS
RESIDE IN WISE COUNTY
(235)
TX
(186)
MT
(319)
CA
(125)
NM
(248)
NV
(223)
AZ
(251)
WY
(213)
CO
(214)
ID
(417)
OR
(232)
UT
(249)
KS
(165)
NE
(315)
SD
(285)
MN
(188)
ND
(122)
MO
(304)
OK
(166)
IA
(309)
WA
(322)
AR
(83)
PA
(134)
NC
(148)
NY
(176)
KY
(205)
TN
(158)
IL
(145)
GA
(370)
WI
(281)
FL
(237)
AL
(186)
MS
(216)
LA
(472)
MI
(157)
OH
(203)
VA
(160)
IN
(253)
ME
(255)
SC
(182)
WV
MI
REGISTERED SEX OFFENDERS IN THE UNITED STATES
PER 100,000 POPULATION
Including the District of Columbia and
Territories of American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands,
Puerto Rico, and St. Croix, St. John and St. Thomas, VI
Prepared by the Special Analysis Unit
July 22, 2009
20,210
15,786
117,408
6,449
6,337
14,527
2,474
10,522
1,335
3,264
6,984
2,934
2,536
1,802 1,207
14,856
11,074
57,050 9,545
7,211
4,971
20,799
47,221
20,436
10,220
51,560
9,193
12,741
7,512
11,066 5,456 14,076
11,444
12,336
18,059
15,788
3,330
10,390
3,303
28,843
VT -
(394)
2,446
Number of
Registered Sex Offenders
(Per 100,000 Population)
AK
Guam
HI
Source:
State or Territory Sex Offender Registries
States and PR: U.S. Census Bureau, July 2008 Estimates
Territories: Central Intelligence Agency, World Fact Book, July 2009 Estimates
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), Alexandria, VA
Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI), Inc., Redlands, CA
Mapping software donated to NCMEC by ESRI
(Per 100,000 Population - 223)
Northern
Mariana
Islands
American
Samoa
Puerto
Rico
DC -
(145)
MD - 4,912
DE - 3,754
(430)
(87)
NJ -12,784
(147)
CT - 5,081
(145)
RI -
(130)
MA -
(165)
VT
NH
MA
CT RI
NJ
DC
MD DE
NH -
(321)
(364)
2,496
(221)
2,848
Total - 686,515
436
(244)
121
(136)
48
(73)
2,121
(54)
59
(54)
1,364
10,713
856
4,221
199 or fewer (27)
200 to 299 (18)
300 or more (12)
Geographic areas that do not include in their totals
offenders who have been deported, incarcerated
or have moved to another area (18).
Total
St. Thomas, VI and
St. John, VI
32
27
St. Croix, VI
Registered
Sex Offenders
in Wise County
Total

105
Registered Sex
Offenders in the
United States
Including the District of Columbia and Territories of
American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands,
Puerto Rico, St. Croix, VI, and St. Thomas, VI
Total
686,515
Registered
Sex Offenders
in Texas
Total
57,050
This
list accurate as
of October 2009.
For more recent
records, visit
wcmess.com/sex
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Office
David Walker, Sheriff
CHICO
815 CR 1860
Chico, TX
Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child X2
Victim Age: 10, 8
Victim Sex: Male, Female
Weldon
Eugene
Wheatley
1633 FM 2127
Chico, TX
Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child
Victim Age: 10
Victim Sex: Female
William
Floyd
Bensley
884 CR 1743, #B
Chico, TX
Indecency with a Child, Expose
Victim Age: 5
Victim Sex: Female
Jerry
Lynn
Parnell
2384 FM 5736
Chico, TX
Sexual Assault of a Child X2
Victim Age: 5
Victim Sex: Female
Caroline
Marie
Bilyeu
1026 FM 2952
Chico, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 10
Victim Sex: Female
Warren
Ray
Sosa
939 N. Hwy. 101
Chico, TX
Sexual Assault of a Child
Victim Age: 16
Victim Sex: Female
Raymond
Troy
Tiller
CHICO DECATUR
131 PR 1774
Chico, TX
Aggravated Kidnapping, Sexual Assault
Victim Age: 27
Victim Sex: Female
William
Keith
Begley
1373 CR 1560
Chico, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 12
Victim Sex: Female
William
Robert
Bell
183 CR 4219
Decatur, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 16
Victim Sex: Female
Max
Harlon
Reeves
538 CR 3250
Decatur, TX
Indecency with a Child by Expose
Victim Age: 16
Victim Sex: Male
Jill
Veronica
Thomas
354 CR 4196
Decatur, TX
Online Solicit of a Minor for Sexual Contact
Terry
Neil
Chester
2001 W. Bus. 380
Decatur, TX
Indecency with a Child, Expose X2
Victim Age: 11, 6
Victim Sex: Female
Harold
Ray
Davis
DECATUR
157 PR 4390
Decatur, TX
Sexual Conduct with a Minor (Out-of-State:
OH)
Victim Age: 14
Victim Sex: Male
Crystal
Marie
Jimenez
Cloud
2808 S. Garland
Decatur, TX
Sexual Assault X2
Victim Age: 10, 3
Victim Sex: Female
Kelly
Jean
Young
(Bramlett)
359 CR 4470
Decatur, TX
Sexual Assault
Victim Age: 14
Victim Sex: Female
Terry
Olan
Eakman
7342 N. FM 51
Decatur, TX
Sexual Assault of a Child (Out-of-State: CO)
Victim Age: 15
Victim Sex: Female
Robert
Kyle
Holt
511 Valleyridge Ct.
Decatur, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 14
Victim Sex: Female
Ronald
Wayne
Stalkup
8525 N. FM 51
Decatur, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 8
Victim Sex: Female
Tommy
Glenn
Cave
DECATUR HASLET
107 Sendero Dr.
Decatur, TX
Sexual Performance of a Child, Employ
Induce/Authorize
Victim Age: 14
Victim Sex: Female
Cesario
Savala
Garza
901 N. Washburn
Decatur, TX
Possession/Promotion of Child Pornography
Victim Age: 14
Victim Sex: Female
Daniel
Patrick
Gragg
269 CR 1111
Decatur, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 11
Victim Sex: Female
Richard
Ronnie
Spears
542 PR 4906
Haslet, TX
Sexual Assault
Victim Age: 18
Victim Sex: Female
Rodney
Merle
Timmons
146 PR 4390
Decatur, TX
Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child, Sexual
Assault of a Child
Victim Age: 12, 16
Victim Sex: Female
Charles
Dudley
Lott
1849 CR 4127
Decatur, TX
Indecency with a Child by Expose
Victim Age: 12
Victim Sex: Male
Danny
R.
Sims
HASLET NEWARK
136 PR 4907
Haslet, TX
Sexual Assault
Victim Age: 29
Victim Sex: Female
David
Wayne
Thorn
269 Marshal Dr.
Newark, TX
Sexual Assault
Victim Age: 17
Victim Sex: Female
Eric
Phillips
Rivers
135 PR 4833
Newark, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 4
Victim Sex: Male
Lawrence
Hal
Stroutsenberger
360 CR 4859
Newark, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 14
Victim Sex: Female
Joe
Bob
Carpenter
522 Petit St.
Newark, TX
Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child X2
Victim Age: 11, 13
Victim Sex: Female
Toney
Vaughn
Biggers
835 Rogers Rd.
Newark, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 14
Victim Sex: Female
Billy
Don
Applewhite
NEWARK
507 McCaine St.
Newark, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 15
Victim Sex: Female
Rickey
Don
Jones
402 Country Living
Newark, TX
Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child
(Solicitation to Commit)
Justin
Frank
Merideth
275 CR 4874
Newark, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
(Out-of-State: CA)
Victim Age: 14
Victim Sex: Female
Ricky
Wayne
Hentschel
418 Country Living Dr.
Newark, TX
Aggravated Sexual Assault X2
Victim Age: 8
Victim Sex: Female
William
Mark
Sullivan
177 CR 4849
Newark, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 14
Victim Sex: Female
Ronnie
R.
Wright
208 PR 4840
Newark, TX
Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child X2
Victim Age: 3, 4
Victim Sex: Male, Female
George
Leslie
Sanderson
12 ALL AROUND WISE, Decatur, Texas, Thursday, October 29, 2009
All Wise County Sex
Offenders are listed
(except for those who are
currently incarcerated or
who are prohibited by law
from being listed). For a
complete list, go to www.
sheriff.co.wise.tx.us
We need your help!
Sergeant Harlon Wright is the Sex Offender
Registrar countywide. If you know of any
information that has changed regarding any
Wise County Sex Offender, or if you have any
questions regarding a particular Sex Offender,
please contact 940-627-5971, ext. 239, or
email wrighth@sheriff.co.wise.tx.us
PARADISE POOLVILLE
533 Wise St.
Paradise, TX
Child Pornography Federal
William
Robert
Peterson
138 PR 3393
Paradise, TX
Sexual Assault of a Child
Victim Age: 15
Victim Sex: Female
Ruben
James
Broussard
413 CR 3547
Paradise, TX
Aggravated Sexual Assault
Victim Age: 6
Victim Sex: Female
David
Alan
Pugh
7731 FM 920
Poolville, TX
Sexual Assault of a Child
Victim Age: 13
Victim Sex: Female
Jimmy
Frank
Fowler
142 PR 3492
Paradise, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 11
Victim Sex: Female
James
Kelly
Wilson
1108 CR 3525
Paradise, TX
Indecency with a Child, Expose, Sexual
Assault (Attempt to Commit)
Victim Age: 4, 33
Victim Sex: Female
Ronnie
Dale
Johnson
POOLVILLE RHOME
10081 Hwy. 199 West
Poolville, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Assault X2
Victim Age: 5, 9
Victim Sex: Male
April
Michelle
Simmons
700 Division Ln.
Poolville, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 16
Victim Sex: Male
Gary
Don
King
569 Matrindale Ln.
Rhome, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 14
Victim Sex: Female
Harley
Lloyd
Bowles, Sr.
153 Layfield Ln.
Rhome, TX
Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child X2
Victim Age: 8, 12
Victim Sex: Male
James
Dwight
Cato
817 CR 3940
Poolville, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 11
Victim Sex: Female
Jerry
Wayne
McHenry Jr.
12125 Arbor Lake
Rhome, TX
Sexual Assault
Victim Age: 24
Victim Sex: Female
David
Wayne
LaFluer
RHOME
103 Cemetery Rd.
Rhome, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 4
Victim Sex: Female
Donald
Wayne
Hyatt
125 Rheitt Ct.
Rhome, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 13
Victim Sex: Female
Adam
Flores
Luna
804 Old Base Rd.
Rhome, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 7
Victim Sex: Female
James
Oliver
Mello III
1204 Alliance Blvd.
Rhome, TX
Sexual Assault
Victim Age: 25
Victim Sex: Female
Donald
James
Evans
246 PR 4440
Rhome, TX
Sexual Assault
Victim Age: 13
Victim Sex: Female
Steven
Dale
Chavez
204 PR 4440
Rhome, TX
Sexual Assault of a Child
Victim Age: 3
Victim Sex: Female
Gerald
Wayne
Moore
RHOME
203 Hount St.
Rhome, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
(Out-of-State: IL)
Victim Age: 5
Victim Sex: Female
David
Brian
Nance
149 Happy Tr.
Rhome, TX
Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child,
Indecency with a Child by Expose
Victim Age: 3, 5
Victim Sex: Male
Bruce
Raymond
Colston
598 S. Randall
Rhome, TX
Sexual Assault
Victim Age: 16
Victim Sex: Female
Christopher
Michael
Rhine
162 Branding Iron
Rhome, TX
Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child
(Solicitation to Commit)
Victim Age: 13
Victim Sex: Male
Robert
Keith
Wolf
12137 Arbor Lake Rd.
Rhome, TX
Sexual Assault of a Child (Out-of-State: CO)
Victim Age: 6
Victim Sex: Female
Royce
Gene
Swim
2455 CR 4421
Rhome, TX
Possession of Child Pornography
Victim Age: 14
Victim Sex: Female
Ronnie
Durant
Deaver
RHOME SPRINGTOWN
162 Branding Iron
Rhome, TX
Sexual Assault
Victim Age: 19
Victim Sex: Female
James
Richard
Watson
136 Wilson Ct.
Rhome, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 12
Victim Sex: Female
Michael
Christopher
Young
508 Big Salty Ln.
Springtown, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 11
Victim Sex: Female
Joe
Lee
Wortham Jr.
184 CR 3672
Springtown, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 12
Victim Sex: Female
Christopher
Wayne
Robinson
404 PR 3762
Springtown, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 14
Victim Sex: Female
Robert
Wright
Kelley II
292 Apache Tr.
Springtown, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 13
Victim Sex: Female
Robert
Wade
Mize
SPRINGTOWN SUNSET
116 Table Salt Ct.
Springtown, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 9
Victim Sex: Female
Martin
Edmund
Adendschein
114 PR 4797
Springtown, TX
Sexual Assault of a Child
Victim Age: 16
Victim Sex: F
Selzo
Loandro
Nuncio
302 CR 1697
Sunset, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 9
Victim Sex: Female
James
Ray
Haire
322 Wild Hill Oak
Springtown, TX
Aggravated Sexual Assault X2, Indecency
with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 13
Victim Sex: Female
Roger
Dale
Brown
1216 Salt Creek Rd.
Springtown, TX
Indecency with a Child, Sexual Contact
Victim Age: 9
Victim Sex: Female
Ray
Wesley
Rickman
This
list accurate as
of October 2009.
For more recent
records, visit
wcmess.com/sex
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win. I am excited to see improve-
ments in play with each match this
group plays.”
Bridgeport 8B 25 25
Decatur 20 19
Hannah Brown put down four kills
and Tamara Lippincott added seven
aces and two kills in a win over De-
catur Oct. 19.
Alex Sullivan-Green recorded five
assists, two digs and an ace.
“The girls played well tonight and
continue to show improvements
with each match they play togeth-
er,” said Bridgeport coach Cheila
Demmitt. “Serving and passing were
much better tonight and made the
difference in the match.”
Bridgeport 7B 19 13
Decatur 25 25
Isabel Rodriguez recorded three
assists and three aces in the loss
to Decatur Oct. 19. Tabatha Rivera
added two aces and two assists.
Vanessa Rojohs had two aces and
an assist.
Bridgeport 7A 3 6
Decatur 25 25
Bridgeport JV 19 17
Iowa Park 25 25
Taylor Henson recorded 10 assists
in the two-game loss to Iowa Park
Oct. 16. Mady Hancock and Hannah
Logan each put down three kills.
“Defensively we played a bad
match,” said Bridgeport coach Dal-
las Taylor. “Serve-receive passing
did not help us set up an offense in
any way. Our serving was a positive,
but playing on your heels a whole
match always results in a loss.”
Boys
Football
Freshman
Decatur 46
Sanger 16
The Decatur freshmen blasted
Sanger Indians Oct. 14.
The Eagles featured a strong
rushing attack. Keven Haferland
and Damien Loving both ran for two
touchdowns. Max Junkert and Aaron
Martinez scored a touchdown each.
Tyler Story threw for one score.
Jared Durdon and Gamero DeGraf
picked off passes for the Eagles. Os-
car Deleija and Dylan Erwin put in
solid efforts at linebacker.
The Eagles will play Burkburnett
Thursday.
Bridgeport 8A 14
Iowa Park 21
The Bulls’ rally fell short Oct. 13
in a loss to Iowa Park.
Hunter Gantt scored on a 3-yard
run, and Evan Younger punched in
the two-point try. Chase Collins re-
turned a punt for a touchdown in
the fourth quarter to bring the Bulls
back within a score.
Jose Salazar recovered a fumble
for the Bulls.
“I saw some improvement in our
passing game,” said Bridgeport
coach Tim Ratliff. “We were able
to give the quarterback some time
to throw the ball, and the receivers
were getting open. We had some big
plays in the passing game that al-
lowed us to convert first downs. De-
fensively, we need to come to play
at the start of the game instead of
waiting till the second half.”
Bridgeport record 1-4, 1-1
Bridgeport 8A 6
Iowa Park 0
The Bulls made a second-quarter
touchdown run by Bryan Hutchinson
hold up in a victory Oct. 13
Hutchinson scored from three
yards out. Spencer Blevins recorded
four tackles and an interception.
Heath Hollbrook led the Bulls with
five tackles.
“The kids played very well as
a team,” said Bridgeport coach
Charles Queen. “They played hard
from the very first kickoff and got
their first win. The offense moved
the ball well all night, but a couple
of mistakes kept them from scoring
more points. The defense was tough
all night. Blevins’ interception came
near the end of the game as Iowa
Park was trying to drive to tie the
game.”
Bridgeport record 1-3, 1-0
Bridgeport 7A 26
Iowa Park 44
The Bulls could not slow the Iowa
Park offense in the second half, giv-
ing up three touchdowns in the loss
Oct. 13.
Michael Rivera scored on runs
of 60 and 63 yards for Bridgeport.
Luke Plummer also found the end
zone twice, scoring from 70 and 8
yards out.
Trey Cooke, Rolando Rivera and
Alex Cordova made stops in the
Iowa Park backfield.
“We had a good start to the
game,” said Bridgeport coach Matt
Birdwell. “We held Iowa Park on its
first drive, and Michael Rivera had
a 60-yard touchdown run. Iowa Park
came right back with a touchdown
of its own. We had trouble stopping
them and they had trouble stopping
us.”
Bridgeport record 0-5, 0-2
Bridgeport 8A 12
Vernon 18
The Bulls fell Oct. 20 after allow-
ing a fourth-quarter touchdown to
break a tie at 12.
Hunter Gantt scored on runs of 35
and 40 yards for the Bulls. Jose Ro-
driguez recovered a fumble.
“We did not play well,” said
Bridgeport coach Tim Ratliff. “We
had several turnovers, resulting in
12 of their points. We must learn to
play with greater effort.”
Bridgeport record 1-5, 1-2
Bridgeport 7A 20
Vernon 22
The Bulls allowed a pair of sec-
ond-half scores, falling to Vernon
Oct. 20.
Michael Rivera found the end
zone from 20 and 45 yards away and
caught a 15-yard touchdown pass
from Logan Plummer.
Peyton Pierce had an interception
and a touchdown-saving tackle. Jake
Simmons and Mason Cline recorded
tackles in the Vernon backfield.
“We had a great start to the
game; we drove down the field and
scored early in the first quarter,”
said Bridgeport coach Matt Bird-
well. “This was followed up by Pey-
ton Pierce’s interception deep in
our own territory. Early in the sec-
ond, Michael Rivera caught a Logan
Plummer pass to score the second
of three Michael Rivera touchdowns.
To start the second half, Tully Han-
nah recovered our onside kick and
got our offense back on the field.
Michael Rivera scored his third
touchdown with a 45-yard run. How-
ever, Vernon scored two second-half
touchdowns and came out on top
22-20.”
Bridgeport record 0-6, 0-3
Bridgeport 7B 18
Vernon 20
Vernon scored 20 points in the
second half to rally past the Bulls
Oct. 20.
Bridgeport built an 18-0 lead at
halftime with Ezikeil Trinadad scor-
ing on a 55-yard run and touchdown
runs of 25 and 15 yards by John
Freeman.
Sean Lopez recovered a fumble for
the Bulls.
“The entire team played very
physical and played all four quar-
ters,” said Bridgeport coach James
Patterson. “John Freeman played a
great game at quarterback. He was
injured in the last minute of the sec-
ond quarter and was out the rest of
the game. Everyone else had to step
up and play as a team, and we did.”
Bridgeport 1-4, 1-1
Alvord 7 22
Boyd 0
Alvord 8 24
Boyd 20
Alvord JV 14
Boyd 0
Cross Country
The Decatur eighth-grade girls
cross country team won the Haltom
Stampede Saturday at the Tarrant
County College’s Northeast Cam-
pus.
Decatur scored 50 points to win
the title.
Decatur, Bridgeport, Boyd and
Paradise all fielded runners in the
boys and girls seventh- and eighth-
grade races. Following are results
for the four schools.
Eighth-grade girls
Decatur
3. Morgan Haney 13:20
7. Marissa Martinez 13:50
16. Blakely Brown 14:31
25. Morgan McGee 14:59
34. Haylea McDaniel 15:16
40. Lilly Doubrava 15:30
49. Guirnalda Lopez 16:00
63. Jaclyn Hicks 16:36
74. Mandy Padron 16:55
75. Caylla Cotton 16:58
77. Maci Mitchell 17:00
95. Jessica Cooper 18:10
99. Jessica Hoerth 18:25
106. Kendall Childers 18:36
109. Savannah Beardon 19:01
124. Gabi Buchanan 20:04
126. Sylvia Perez 20:19
148. Trisha Moore 24:29
Bridgeport
26. Lacey Erwin 15:00
52. Leah Guinn 16:08
76. Kathryn McCauley 17:00
98. Haley Huber 18:17
123. Victoria Rivera 20:03
Paradise
6. Makala Neighbors 13:43
23. Katy Reynolds 14:53
78. Bailey Calvery 17:18
Seventh-grade girls
Decatur
6. Natalie Neighbors 13:11
33. Nicole Perez 15:26
41. Jacie Loflin 15:49
46. Nancy Torres 15:53
48. Dianna Perez 15:59
52. Bailey Berryman 16:06
63. Mital Patel 16:42
70. Angela Ferris 17:02
73. Christy Mahaffey 17:05
75. Dianna Martinez 17:10
110. Laura Aguilar 18:48
129. Noehlia Ortiz 20:37
134. Jennifer Romero 23:14
139. Ashtyn Bell 24:14
142. Kassandra Lopez 24:16
143. Julie Fawley 24:16
Bridgeport
57. Diana Garcia 16:27
78. Shiloh Weirich 17:14
80. McKenna Myers 17:23
83. Tabitha Rivera 17:47
92. Ryhan Read 17:57
100. Emily Martinez 18:19
101. Alexis Peter 18:20
103. Samantha James 18:23
108. Haley Shinn 18:45
114. Lorna Mendez 19:12
120. Haley Engelert 19:57
121. Billie Webb 20:01
122. Samantha Lara 20:03
124. Amaleigh Hronec 20:15
125. Bailey Thompson 20:23
126. Jorden Vidal 20:23
127. Isabel Rodriguez 20:24
130. Swensson Remington 20:41
135. Allison Price 23:21
138. Megan Lambert 24:04
140. Bailey Higgins 24:16
Paradise
13. Emily Corbin 14:08
58. Sage Huggins 16:30
87. Taylor Phelps 17:53
Boyd
42. Amy Sanders 15:50
43. Abby Harrell 15:51
Eighth-grade boys
Decatur
2. Taylor Clayton 11:11
12. Brandon Rivera 12:04
73. Tyler Maxon 14:44
103. Brandon Gindt 16:10
112. Brody Fuller 16:56
116. Anthony August 17:16
Paradise
9. Jarrett Holt 11:52
44. Corbin Holt 13:34
50. Michael Casson 13:44
83. Matthew Brown 15:07
109. Justin Adams 16:38
Bridgeport
26. Daniel Garcia 12:53
80. Luis Torres 15:01
Seventh-grade boys
Decatur
21. Skyler Wastlake 14:01
40. Hunter Davitt 14:56
44. Robert Davila 15:05
48. Dakota Sellers 15:22
62. Travis Taylor 15:51
71. Tyler Dhalky 16:46
Bridgeport
32. Travis Fuentes 14:30
39. Jaron Roberson 14:49
47. Jonathan Nabors 15:21
49. Alexander Cordova 15:24
54. Payton Pierce 15:34
56. Bryan Rosas 15:36
68. Jacob Roper 16:13
74. Tyler Pakulak 18:11
Paradise
11. Landry Norwood 13:09
14. JD Pearson 13:29
27. Brandon McCormich 14:19
28. Zach Horner 14:24
37. Lyndon Cook 14:39
Boyd
38. Aaron Hammet 14:46
63. Cameron Hammet 15:52
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110 OAK GROVE IN GATED HIGHLAND OAKS COMMUNITY
For Rent in Alvord
2 bedroom&bonus room, 1 bath, 2 carport, open concept
kitchen/dining/living area. Fenced yard, located close to
bank, city hall, post office. No pets, no smoking.
Call Jeanette Morrison
940-389-6692
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HURRY! ONLY 1 LOT LEFT
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road, seasonal creek, trees, wildlife,
electric to site, country setting close
to Decatur, with no city taxes. Lot
only, or will build your dream home.
(940)393-8740.
Homes
3/1 ON 1 ACRE
Paradise schools; major updates in-
cluding ceramic tile, new carpet,
landscaping, jetted bath tub, 10x10
storage shed. GREAT STARTER
HOME! $114,900. (940)393-9614,
(940)577-1908.
HOME ON PRETTY 50 ACRES
Nice apartment, barn & workshop.
$495,000. (940)627-2682.
LAKE HOUSE FOR SALE
600 Cortez Drive, Runaway Bay.
2-story, 3/2.5/2, 1,890 square feet,
corner lot w/hilltop lake view, quiet
nei ghbor hood. $154, 000.
(940)284-1825.
NEWARK 4/2
502 Post Oak. 2,300 square feet, 1
acre, granite tops, ceramic, carpet,
brick. Schools 1/2 mile on FM 3433.
$209,950. (817)366-9078.
Mobile Homes
14x80 single wide, 3/2. $5000/cash.
Set up in mobile home park in
Bridgeport. Needs work. Call
(940)399-9084.
FOR SALE OR LEASE
2002 double wide with built-in deck.
3-bedroom, 2-bath, office, large liv-
ing area, composition roof, vinyl sid-
ing. Excellent condition. Land not
for sale. Available Nov 1.
(940)393-9203, (940)393-9451.
K&P Homes, Inc. 20 used homes,
all refurbished. Financing available.
Springtown, TX. (817)677-3446.
OWNER FINANCE
We have two cute 2/2’s in Newark
mobile home park. Oversized coun-
try setting lot. Newly renovated.
Payments to fit your budget. Dam-
aged credit OK. (682)286-0693,
agent #036227.
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Move, set-ups, re-levels. In & out of
state. Licensed, bonded, insured.
Repos. Fr ee est i mat es.
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WILLIAMS MOBILE HOME SERV.
Best deal on moving, set up & trim
outs. Bonded, licensed & insured.
(940)433-3117.
Rentals
RENTA
Apartments
2/1 APARTMENT IN CHICO
$500/month, $300/deposit. No pets.
Cal l ( 940) 644- 2713 or
(817)929-1930.
Efficiency apartments for rent, all
bills paid. (940)433-3133.
940-536-9346
BRIDGEWOOD
Executive Suites
Bridgeport, TX
CALL ABOUT
FALL SPECIALS
1, 2 &3 Bedrooms Available
Washer & dryer
included
Business property
1,000 square foot office space for
lease at 605 N. Business 287, Suite
104. See Mary at Karl Klement
Properties, Inc., 605 N. Business
287, Suite 102, Decatur.
10,000 square foot commercial
building. 8,000 square foot ware-
house; 2,000 square foot office
space, loading dock, fenced yard
area. Hi ghway, Bri dgeport .
(940)389-6517.
COMMERCIAL INSULATED
BUILDING
1st month free! 5,000 square foot
offices, suites & warehouse. Re-
duced to $1,500/month! FM 51
North, Decatur. Cannon Property
Management. (940)368-1811.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
Office/retail space. 1,000-7,000
squar e f eet f or l ease.
(940)627-2510.
Office building near Courthouse
Square. 3 offices, reception/waiting
area, kitchen & restroom, CH/A.
$850/month, 1st/last plus deposit.
(940)389-5588.
Office space for lease. Approxi-
mately 2,000 square feet. Prime lo-
cation. (940)389-5407.
OFFICE SUITE
on Decatur square, North Trinity
Street. $350/month. Cannon Prop-
erty Management. (940)368-1811.
Quality space for lease. Great loca-
tion, medical/office. 3,368 square
feet available. Call (940)627-2778
for information.
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Condos, town homes
BEAUTIFUL TOWNHOME
2-bedroom, 2-bath, HOA swimming
pool, view of golf course & lake. All
appliances included. $850/month
plus deposit. (972)834-8111.
Fort Worth: Texas Motor Speedway,
2-bedroom, 2-bath condo.
NO PETS ALLOWED. Karl Klement
Propert i es, cont act El ai ne,
(940)627-6362.
www.klementproperties.com.
Duplexes
Duplex for rent, 3-bedroom, 2-bath.
602-A Crestridge Court, Decatur.
$800/month. (940)964-2631.
FOR RENT!
Brand new 1,250 square foot du-
plex, 3/2, extras, $900/month,
$500/security deposit. 405 E. Mul-
berry St., Decatur. (469)585-0122.
NEW DUPLEX FOR RENT!
1250 square feet, 3/2 loaded with
extras. $500/deposit, $900/month.
403 E. Mulberry, Decatur. Call
(469)585-0122.
Now available: 2 & 3-bedroom du-
plexes. Bridgeport & Decatur.
$650-$750/month, month-to-month
lease. Donna, (940)389-1615.
Homes
***NOW AVAILABLE IN BOYD***
BRAND NEW HOMES FOR LEASE
$900/MONTH, $500/DEPOSIT
3-bedroom, 2 full bath, appliances,
washer/dryer connections. Fenced
y a r d , c o v e r e d p o r c h .
(817)270-4660.
www.shorthornpm.com.
1701 N. Cates Street, Decatur.
4/2/2, all brick, pets welcome.
(817)247-0246.
“Timeless Elegance”
940-372-0634
402 & 406 E. Ash • Decatur - 3/2/1
Ready Nov. 1
$1,190/month • $300/deposit
1507 & 1509 N. Bus 287, 2/1 Decatur
Available Oct. 23
$850/Month, $300/deposit,
All homes include lawn care.
3/1 rent house in Bridgeport.
$750/month, $750 security deposit.
No pet s. (940)683-5917,
(817)304-0056.
Alvord: 503 Scenic, 3-bedroom,
2-bath. NO PETS ALLOWED. Karl
Klement Properties, contact Elaine,
(940)627-6362.
www.klementproperties.com.
Decatur: Stonehill Apartments,
2-bedroom, 1-bath, call on-site man-
ager at (940)627-1101.
Bowie: Garden Terrace Apartments,
2-bedroom, 1-bath.
NO PETS ALLOWED. Karl Klement
Propert i es, cont act El ai ne,
(940)627-6362.
www.klementproperties.com.
Spend the winter on the lake! Fur-
nished 1-room cabin on Lake
Bridgeport, all utilities, full-size kitch-
ens, di sh TV, (no phone).
$720/month plus tax, $100/deposit,
refundable. Call (940)683-3016.
Available November-March.
Mobile Homes
2/2 MOBILE
on 5 acres. Running creek, Newark.
$700/month, $500/deposit. Call
Ra l p h , ( 9 4 0 ) 3 8 9 - 8 9 6 9 ,
(940)389-8883.
3/2 double wide trailer (unfurnished)
for rent. Highway 287 North, 3
miles. Decatur ISD. For more infor-
mation, (940)627-5320.
Chico, 2-bedroom, 2-bath, fresh
paint, new carpet, central heat, elec-
tric range. $550/month, $550/de-
posit. (719)660-5992, cell, ask for
Kevin.
Energy efficient 4-bedroom, 2-bath,
1 acre, Rhome area. Side-by-side
refrigerator, built-in oven/micro-
wave, dishwasher, fireplace. Like
new. $950/month plus deposit.
(469)878-0101.
Spaces & lots
RV spaces, Paradise. $200/month
plus electric. All spaces have 30 &
50 amp electric available with water
& waste. (940)393-3113.
SUNSET RV PARK
Centrally located between Decatur,
Bridgeport, Bowie on Highway 287.
Full hook-ups, free laundry, free
wireless internet. (940)845-2007.
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opportunity. Typically, compa-
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mation about potential employ-
ment. Some are selling this infor-
mation. We suggest that our
readers thoroughly investigate
these advertisers before invest-
ing any money.
Childcare
Daycare teachers needed. Apply in
person, 1403 Hovey Street, Bridge-
port.
First Baptist Church Learning Cen-
ter of Alvord is seeking a Christian
daycare teacher to work Mon.-Fri.,
full-time/part-time. Must be depend-
able & love children. Competitive
pay. Pl ease cal l Lor i ,
(940)427-5740, for interview.
Medical/Dental
Bridgeport Health Care Center has
openi ngs for: weekend RN;
2-10p.m. LVN; CNAs, all shifts; Med
Aide; part-time Social Worker. Apply
in person, 102 W. Cates, Bridge-
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Various positions available
Must be at least 18 yrs. old.
Experience preferred but not
required.
Full-time has benefits.
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300 Devereaux St. • Decatur
940-627-1104
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detail oriented, have excellent com-
munication skills, computer skills
and the ability to work in a team en-
vironment. Please fax resume to
(940)627-7416.
RENTALS
• Apartments • Business
Property • Condos/Town
Homes • Duplex Housing
• Homes • Mobile Homes •
Rooms • Roommate Wanted
• Spaces & Lots • For Lease •
Wanted to Rent • Wanted to
Lease • Facilities • Storage
Buildings
EMPLOYMENT
14 ALL AROUND WISE, Decatur, Texas, Thursday, October 29, 2009
ClearView
Tree Service and Stump Removal
- Toll Free -
1-866-606-3224
• Tree Removal
• Stump Grinding
• Storm Damage Experts
• Chipper Service
• Bucket Truck
FREE ESTIMATES
(Senior Citizen Discount)
Fully Insured
Wise and Cooke County
r r s TM
Most Credit Cards Accepted
’Lil Bob’s
Quality Services
• Tree Trimming
• Retaining Walls
• Roofing
• Concrete Work
• Leaf Removal
• Christmas Lights
• Fence Building
• Handyman Work
940-399-6440
By CD Paving & Seal Coating
What is Tar & Chip Seal?
Tar & Chip Seal is a less expensive
pavement than blacktop or concrete.
It can be applied to a base surface or an
older cracked-up blacktop surface. It is a
layer of hot, liquefied asphalt tar which is
followed by a layer of 3/8” chip rock and
then rolled to compaction.
• It stays clean
• It will not wash out
• It is maintenance-free
• It will last 12 to 15 years
• It keeps cool in summer
• It has beautiful curb appeal
WE ARE FULLY INSURED
• Parking Lots • Driveways
• Ranch Roads • Streets
Toll Free
1-888-TAR-N-CHIP
www.cdpaving.net
Office in Fort Worth
TAR & CHIP SEAL
MOVING SALE
SATURDAY ONLY, Oct., 31
NOON - 6 P.M.
LOW PRICES / OBO
TOOLS, STORAGE SHED, CARPORT, LAWN &
GARDEN, HOME DECOR & CLOTHING
300 PR 4435 • RHOME
2 MILES SOUTH ON 287, TAKE 2264, GO 9 MILES, FOLLOW SIGNS
940-627-1550
For an exciting career
in private sector
corrections, consider
the industry leader.
CORRECTIONS
CORPORATION OFAMERICA
is seeking applicants for the
following positions at it’s Bridgeport
Pre-Parole Transfer Facility
Registered Nurse
Excellent Benefits Package
Full-time:
Health, Dental and Vision Ins., Life Ins.
401(k) Retirement Plans • Stock Options
Personal & Sick Leave • Paid Holidays
Service/Employee recognition programs
Career Advancement Opportunities
Apply in person at:
Bridgeport Pre-Parole Transfer Facility,
222 Lake Road, Bridgeport, TX 76426
940-683-2162
CCA is an equal opportunity employer
M/F/Vet/Dp
Miscellaneous
Senior Care Health &
Rehabilitation Center
Now hiring for the following
positions, due to growth
• 3 Dietary Aides
• Housekeeper P/T
Apply in person at
701 West Bennett Rd.
DECATUR
or call
940-626-2800
EEO M/F/D/V
Full-time shop porter needed at Kle-
ment Ford. Contact Karl Klement,
(940)627-1101.
Order fulfillment, product packaging,
office work. Computer experience
helpful. Will train. Supplemental
health care plan, paid vacation, sick
t i me . A p p l y o n l i n e :
www.papilio.com/employment.
Retail/Sales
Oilfield sales. Contact Mack,
(940)466-9676.
Trades
NOW
ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS
• General Labor
• Clerical
• Skilled Labor
• Bookkeepers
INSPIRION
STAFFING
940-683-9046
2202 Hwy. 380, Suite 7, Bridgeport
Truck driver needed for rock haul,
35 foot end dump, CDL-A, 2-years
experience. (940)433-2519.
Tractor &
Backhoe Service
Septic
Systems
Installed
Now offering Storm
Shelters!
LEN ROY DON
BUILDERS
A Father & Son Business
Roy & Reyn
817-366-7990
Mobile Direct
GREG MUNOZ PAINTING CO.
30-years experience commercial &
residential. (940)577-9420.
MIKE’S RV SERVICE
Service calls, insurance work, full
repairs, power washing, detailing.
Also work on horse & enclosed trail-
ers. Michael, (940)399-7565.
RUSSELL’SHOME
All Types of
Remodeling
Painting - Interior, Exterior
Add-ons, Decks, Honey Do’s And More
Call Us
For All Your Home Needs
940-389-4943
Maintenance
& Repair
Miscellaneous
ALUMINUM CANS
40¢/lb. We buy copper, brass, alu-
minum, insulated wire, tin, long &
short iron. S&S Recycling, Bowie,
(940)872-1998.
WILL HAUL OFF
unwanted vehicles with title. Clean
out barn metal & haul off scrap
metal & batteri es for free.
(940)683-4849.
Williams’ Hauling
&Tractor Works
• Brushhog & Finish Mowing
• Blading, Plowing & Tilling
• Backhoe work, driveways
• Dirt, sand & gravel hauling
• Land Clearing
• All types cleanup & haul-offs
• Quality work, fair pricing
James Williams
940-399-9138
FARMA
RANC
Farm Equipment
STORAGE CONTAINERS
Great storage! The best containers
at the best price. (817)726-7669.
Fencing
A LOCAL BOY
Privacy, wrought iron, pipe & top rail
cable, horse fences. Fence row
clean out, repair. Bob-cat work.
Cattle guards. (940)442-4441.
BOBBY’S FENCE
All types fencing. Free estimates.
Over 25-years experi ence.
(817)444-3213.
CHRISTIAN COWBOY FENCING
Barbed wire, horse & goat. New
fence & repairs. Steve, cell,
( 8 1 7 ) 3 6 0 - 6 3 8 5 ; h o me ,
(940)626-4660.
FARM & RANCH FENCING
Pipe & cable, non-climb, barbed
wire, entrances, solar gate opera-
tors, repairs. Jim at (940)367-7505.
WELDING AND FENCING
All types of fencing and welding.
www.tx3dranch.com
(940)210-1242.
Lawn and garden
LONE OAK LANDSCAPING
Personalized landscape plans,
20-years experience. Plants fur-
nished, you plant or we plant. Sod,
tree work, decks/patios/walls.
(940)389-1778.
TREES TRIMMED & REMOVED
36 years in business, insured. All
major credit cards accepted.
(817)444-0861, Teater.
WANTED: DEAD OR ALIVE
RIDING LAWN MOWERS
Used lawn mowers for sale. Parts &
service available.
(940)433-2255.
Livestock
AI SERVICES
Improve your herd through genetics.
No bull! Servicing Wise & surround-
ing areas. (940)393-6780.
ALL NATURAL BEEF
straight from the ranch. Young, ten-
der, no growth hormones/antibiotics.
Grain or grass fed. Whole, half.
(940)366-3172.
C BAR M TACK-FEED-HORSES
143 CR4396, Decatur, TX. Cash,
c h e c k s , c r e d i t c a r d s .
www.cbarm.net, (817)929-3612.
I BUY & SELL
all kinds of animals: cows, calves,
horses, goats, sheep, pigs, chick-
ens, ducks, geese, turkeys. Fred,
(817)223-4477, Springtown.
LLAMA & DONKEY
for sale. Must stay together! Good
guar d pet s. $400/ bot h.
(817)229-3880.
LLAMAS
weanlings (6-months-old), adults,
bred females, guardians & pet qual-
ity. We provide training & support
for new owners. (940)433-5897.
WELL MANNERED
all around horse. Make a good
friend, companion or family mem-
ber. Registered AQHA red sorrel
gelding, 20-years-old, still has lots
of spirit. $1,500. Call Bruce,
(940)210-5219, leave message.
Livestock care/training
Horse boarding, on 11 acres, 3
miles south of Decatur, FM 730. Full
care, $150/month. (940)577-5499.
Horseshoeing & training. Darwin
Spotted Tail, graduate Oklahoma
H o r s e s h o e i n g S c h o o l .
(940)627-4206; cell (940)210-8003.
HORSESHOEING & TRIM
Of f i ce, (940)969-2700; cel l ,
(940)399-8580.
HORSESHOEING BY J.E. HARRIS
$25 for trimming. $65 for shoeing.
Call (817)902-1766.
Mowing
ACREAGE MOWING
Tractor services. Plowing, seeding,
aereating, tilling, fertilizing available.
Tommy, (940)482-6578.
ASK ABOUT TREE TRIMMING
AND SPRING CLEAN-UP
It’s That Time
Of Year Again!
For Fall Fertilization
Mowing
Leaf Clean-up
* Specials on Flower Planting *
CDK Lawn Service & Landscaping
940-389-0360
Pasture and feed
HAY
Shop Us First Or Last!
50 years of actual
service in Hay Sales.
Try us and see if our
prices can be beat!
Thank you,
Charles H. Taylor
940-627-3385 • 940-393-2728
940-389-3068 • 940-389-5000
ALFALFA HAY
Horse quality large & small squares
available. Alfalfa Orchard Grass
also available. Call (940)389-3891.
COASTAL HAY
Square bales, fertilized, barn stored.
No minimum, you load. 2008,
$6/bale. 2009, $7/bale. Boyd,
(940)433-2335.
COASTAL HORSE HAY
square bales in barn, fertilized. No
minimum. We help load. Delivery
avai l abl e. (817)991-7625,
(940)627-2813.
COASTAL
square & round bales, horse quality.
SC Squared, (817)944-9451.
PETS
Pets
!!ATTENTION!!
We suggest that our readers thor-
oughly investigate any advertiser
before investing any money.
115 GALLON AQUARIUM
All glass, salt or fresh water. In-
cludes: Refugium filter, protein
skimmer, Pro Aqua light system,
4-door oak cabinet, beautiful saltwa-
ter fish, live rock reef and live coral.
Will accept Discover, Mastercard, or
Visa. (940)575-4846.
AKC REGISTERED CHIHUAHUAS
1 male, 2 females, DOB 8-26-09,
dewormed & 1st shots. $350/each.
(817)681-6833.
LAB/AMERICAN POINTER
puppies. Shots, wormed & borde-
tella. Great family or hunting dogs.
$40/each. (940)210-2767.
Pets lost and found
Lost: Boston Terrier, 1 1/2 year-old,
black/white male, by Texas Motor
Speedway, Fri., Oct. 16. Answers to
Sport. Reward! (817)919-1673.
Lost: white Maltese, male. Last
seen CR3551, Paradise, Sat., Oct.
17. Reward! (940)627-4514,
(940)627-4546.
Pet care/training
LET ME COME
take care of your animals when you
can’t. Reasonable rates based on
required services. (940)627-1608.
NEW GROOMER
$5/off 1st groom. 10% discount to
senior citizens. Noah’s Ark Pets,
600 W. Wal nut , Decat ur .
(940)626-1414, by appointment.
MERCHAN
FOR SA
Furniture
AARON’S CLEARANCE
Save big on lease returns. Sanitized
mattress sets from $119. 42” LCD
flat panel from $469. Lamp pairs
from $29. New 50” 1080P Plasma
TV, $1499. Wireless Laptops from
$289. Sofa and love seat, both for
onl y $399. Ref r i ger at or s,
washer/dryers, stoves and more.
Cash or credit card. Short on cash?
You can lease to own in only
12-months. Bring ad and save $20
Aaron’s, 1304 FM 51 S, Decatur,
(940)627-5043, next to Dollar Gen-
eral.
BED: NEW QUEEN
Pillowtop set. $175 with warranty.
Call (940-)765-5861. Can deliver.
DOUBLE RECLINER SOFA
with center console. Big boy re-
cliner. Papasan rocker/recliner.
7-piece oak dining room suite.
$1,000/all. (940)683-5363.
Garage sales
!!ATTENTION!!
Garage sale ads must be called in
BEFORE 10a.m. Tuesday to run in
the Thursday edition. If you want
your garage sale ad in All Around
Wise also, it MUST be called in be-
fore 10a.m. Friday THE WEEK BE-
FORE the sale. We do not run ga-
rage sales the weekend before the
sale.
Chico, 701 Park Road, Fri.-Sat.,
Oct. 30-31, 8:30a.m.-? Moving,
5-family sale, furniture, lots of yard
tools, nails, bedding, some an-
tiques; lots of clothes, small, large &
baby, jeans; electric appliances,
quilts. Too much to mention. Cancel
if rain.
Rhome, 322 Branding Iron Road (off
FM 2264), Fri.-Sun., Oct. 30-Nov. 1,
10a.m.-4p.m. Yard sale, save
money on Christmas shopping!
Dolls galore, wall decorations, etc.
Rhome, Highway 287, 2 miles
south, take FM 2264, go 9 miles to
300 PR4435, follow signs, Sat., Oct.
31, noon-6p.m. Moving sale. Low
prices/OBO. Tools, storage shed,
carport, lawn/garden, home decor,
clothes. (940)627-1550.
PETS
• Pets
• Pets Lost & Found
• Pet Care/Training
• Pet Stud Services
FARM AND RANCH
• Farm Equipment • Fencing
• Lawn & Garden • Livestock
• Livestock Care/Training
• Livestock Lost & Found
• Livestock Stud Service
• Livestock Supplies
• Miscellaneous • Mowing
• Pasture & Feed • Poultry
Childcare
Are daycare centers not for your
child? 2 loving mothers want to
watch children together in home.
Please contact (940)390-2082.
I DO BABYSITTING
in my loving home. Days & eve-
nings. (940)210-3315.
Business
CUSTOM HOMES
& REMODELING
WANT A STRONG, BEAUTIFUL, ENERGY
EFFICIENT CUSTOM HOME OR REMODEL?
• Build on your lot, use your plans or we
can help design the home of your dreams.
• Affordable partnering options, cost plus
or contract.
• All types of home remodeling.
LOOKINGFORTHE BEST INSULATION?
SPRAY FOAMINSULATION ISTHE
GREENEST, HIGHEST R-VALUE INSULATION
AVAILABLE.
• Adds Strength, Stops Air & Moisture
Infiltration, Deadens Sounds, Permanent
will not sag.
• Existing Attics, New Construction, Barns,
Metal Buildings.
682-429-3011
www.langtoconstruction.com
www.earthfriendlyfoam.com
INSULATION
Langto Construction Inc.
& Earth Friendly FoamInsulation
MR. SWEEP’S
Chimney Cleaning Service. Chim-
ney caps, dryer vent cleaning & fire-
place repairs. Call, ask for $20 dis-
count. (817)692-5624.
PHOTOGRAPHY
High School Senior portrait pack-
age, $200. Offer expires December
31, 2009. Livingston’s Studio, Deca-
tur. (940)627-1888.
STONE WORK & CONCRETE
Retaining walls, patios, rock entries,
houses, landscaping. Small brick
jobs. Decatur references. 20 years
experience. Major credit cards ac-
cepted. (817)919-4487.
TAXI SERVICE
Serving North Texas, 7a.m.-10p.m.
Rides to metroplex, airports, doc-
tors, etc. (940)531-2309.
Housecleaning
LOCAL CLEANING SERVICE
Commercial, residential. Make
ready, 1-time or repeat. We clean
what others miss. pennyWise
Cleaning Service, (940)210-5450.
Let me fix it
A+HANDYMAN SERVICE
General home repair/maintenance,
auto tune-ups, lawnmower/tiller
tune-ups. Fence, sprinkler mainte-
nance/repair. 30+years experience.
Dependable, trustworthy. Call Karl,
(817)995-7960, (940)627-1115.
ALL AROUND HANDYMAN
Framing, trim, fencing, drywall,
doors/windows, decks, painting.
15-years experience. Owner oper-
ated. (817)781-1778.
ANYONE NEED ROOFING?
Absolute best price, quality, and
service. Licensed and insured. Free
es t i mat es . Cal l Mar t y ,
( 940) 799- 3503 or emai l
myroof@live.com.
DONE RIGHT, THE FIRST TIME
• Plumbing
• Electric
• Remodeling
• Carpentry
• Room Additions
• Kitchens
• Baths
• Custom Cabinets
940-808-6317 • 817-997-4140
www.percconstruction.com
MERCHANDISE FOR SALE
• Appliances
• Clothing/Jewelry
• Furniture
• Garage Sales
• Firewood
• Miscellaneous
• Auctions
EMPLOYMENT
SERVICES FARM AND RANCH
PETS
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Firewood
FIREWOOD
for sal e. (940)389-3413 or
(940)389-8511.
OAK FIREWOOD
Unsplit: 1/2 cord, $100; full, $150.
Split: 1/2 cord, $125; full, $200. Call
f or quot e on del i ver y.
(817)368-8885.
Miscellaneous
WOOD BUILDINGS
10x16, $1,250. 12x24, $2,250.
(214)869-1703.
Transportation
TRANSPORT
Cars
TOP DOLLAR PAID
f or j unk car s & t r ucks.
(817)220-5682.
IF YOU NEED
a good, dependable car or truck for
$3,500 or less, come by Cowgirl
Auto Sales, 804 Business Highway
287, Decatur, TX; (940)626-0070.
Ask about our inventory. Let’s do
business!
1930 MODEL A
R u n s . ( 9 4 0 ) 4 2 7 - 7 4 4 6 ,
(940)391-6757.
Recreational vehicles
2005 YERF DOG SCOUT
ATV. $2,000/OBO. (940)210-5612.
2008 CRF
250R, ver y good shape.
(817)851-4693 or
kody.klement@gmail.com.
Let us sell your RV on consignment.
We will advertise & handle financ-
i ng. Smi t h RV Cent er ,
(940)626-8200.
RV RENTALS
travel trailers & pop-ups. Bunk
house sleeps 8. Experience fall
camping & family fun. Smith RV
Center, (940)626-8200.
Smith RV offers a complete service
center for all your RV or utility trailer
repairs, parts, hitches, truck acces-
sories, generators & more. New &
used RVs for sale. (940)626-8200.
Pickups/Vans/SUVs
I PAY CASH
for Dodge Cummins pickups, en-
gines & parts. (940)627-3630.
2002 NISSAN
pickup, crew cab, XE, $5,500. 2000
model, 16’ cargo trailer, $3,900.
(817)229-3880.
1999 Chevrolet 3500
crew cab LS, lots of extras. As is,
$4,500. (940)683-6769.
Accessories
4 MICHELIN X
Radial LT 235/75 R15 tires, almost
new, probably less than 5K miles.
$250/OBO, cash only. Call after
5:00p.m., (940)627-5140.
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Shop 24/7 at klementdecatur.com
US Hwy. 287 South • Decatur, Texas • 940-627-1101
*All Prices plus Tax, Title and License.
Karl Klement Ford is having a Certitied
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as LOW as
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**3.9 apr financing on 36 mo. contracts.
2001 Mustang
2008 Lincoln Town Car
2006 F-150 Super Crew
2007 Ford Escape
$
15,995
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$
23,995
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$
5,995
* $
9,495
* $
8,995
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$
35,995
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13,995
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27,995
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25,995
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16,995
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2001 Expedition
2009 Eddie Bauer Expedition
America’s favorite sports car. Pretty Red color.
Perfect for back-to-school. Stock #F128949C.
Luxurious ride, drive and comfort at a mid-
sized price. Executive Black.
XLT trim with running boards and lots
more. White color with Tan accents.
Great ride with good economy and lots of
room for family. Silver color.
Super value with lots of features and great
ride with lots of room. White color.
Super nice doesn’t describe this SUV. This is
a super value. Loaded with features. White color.
Full-sized comfort and safety. Unbelievable
ride at a bargain price. White color.
Lariat with a host of features. Won’t last long
at this price. White Sand color.
Full-sized comfort with great handling.
Perfect family car. Silver Metallic color.
Ford’s crossover model with lots of space, a
great ride and good economy. White color.
Utility and function for a variety of applica-
tions at a great price. White color.
First-Class economy. Great for commute,
second car or student. Dark Blue color.
2008 Grand Marquis
2007 F-150 4x4
2008 Taurus SEL
2008 Focus Sedan
2009 Econoline Van
2009 Edge
2008 Sport Track
2007 F-150 SuperCrew
$
19,995
*
$
20,995
*
$
18,995
*
$
15,995
*
$
13,995
*
2008 F-150 SuperCab
Very nice truck with lots of appeal and
priced to sell. Black color.
Stunningly sharp and appealing truck. Must
see and drive to appreciate. Bright Red.
Super sharp truck with XLT trim and
solid black exterior.
America’s favorite sports car with a
GT kick in the pants powertrain. White.
You must see this one for great value.
Crew Cab, dual real wheels, heavy-duty.
Ford’s award-winning mid-size car. Great for
family or second car. Silver metallic color.
2005 Mustang GT
2008 Ford Fusion
2006 F-350 Western Hauler
Reduced!
$
36,995
*
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Dave Ramsey’s
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13 week course
starting
Wed., October 28
7 p.m.
3483 S. FM 51
Register online: www.daveramsey.com
For more information
(940) 626-0006 or (940) 300-1771
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CROSSWORD
SOLUTION
The following students
received degrees at the Uni-
versity of North Texas’ sum-
mer 2009 commencement
ceremonies:
! Decatur — Rosana
Avina Inguanzo, bachelor of
arts in theatre; Caleb Ross
Burk, bachelor of science
in health promotion; Tyler
Brett Johnson, bachelor of
science in accounting; Sonia
G. Oxford, masters in educa-
tion in counseling; Jessica
L. Pickinpaugh, bachelor of
science in hospitality man-
agement; Daniel Eduardo
Rivas, bachelor of arts in
general studies; Rebekah
Christian Staley, bachelor of
science in development and
family studies; Jason Lee
Vincent, bachelor of arts in
history.
! Paradise — Jason Todd
Wood, bachelor or arts in
general studies.
! Runaway Bay — Aman-
da Lee Hightower, bachelor
of business administration
in finance; Lana Kay McGe-
hee, masters in science in
library science.
Win a trophy you can be
proud to display in your
business and at the same
time, do something good for
those in need in the county.
Wise Electric Coopera-
tive has challenged other
businesses in the county to
help stock the shelves at the
Wise Area Relief Mission.
The co-op’s goal is to fill the
pantry prior to the holidays.
A custom trophy will be
presented to the businesses
that collects the most food.
Food will be collected Nov.
6. Give Lillie Hunt a call at
Wise Electric at (940) 627-
2167 and co-op crews will
pick up the food.
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By ED STERLING
More than 200 Texas De-
partment of Public Safety
agents, troopers, pilots and
Texas Rangers took part in
an Oct. 21 sweep targeting
the La Familia Michoacana
criminal cartel resulting in
81 arrests in the Dallas-Fort
Worth, Houston and Austin
areas.
The law enforcement work
was done in coordination
with the U.S. Drug Enforce-
ment Administration, the
Federal Bureau of Investi-
gation and U.S. Immigration
and Customs Enforcement.
Reported as seized in
the sweep: 220 pounds of
methamphetamine, 23.1
pounds of cocaine, 1 gallon
of liquid methamphetamine,
$960,000 in cash, 54 guns,
53 vehicles, 1 jet ski, 1 rec-
reational vehicle and two all
terrain vehicles, the DPS re-
ported.
Earlier this year, Mexican
authorities arrested 27 pub-
lic officials in the state of
Michoacan with suspected
ties to La Familia, the DPS
reported.
RRC creates
new division
The Texas Railroad Com-
mission, the state agency
that regulates the energy
industry, last week ap-
proved the creation of a new
Alternative Energy Divi-
sion. Commissioner Eliza-
beth Ames Jones provided
the impetus.
Jones said the new divi-
sion will focus on existing
alternative energy current-
ly under the commission’s
jurisdiction and will provide
a platform for development
of alternative energy forms
such as compressed and liq-
uefied natural gas.
Scratch-off to
benefit vets fund
A new $2 lottery ticket,
The Veterans Cash Scratch-
Off, will go on sale Nov. 9.
Proceeds from ticket sales,
expected to about $8 million
in its first year, will benefit
the state’s Permanent Fund
for Veterans’ Assistance.
The lottery ticket will
provide “a secure revenue
stream to fund critical ser-
vices and programs for vet-
erans and their families.
Our veterans have already
paid the price, now it is time
for Texas to honor their sac-
rifice,” said State Sen. Le-
ticia Van de Putte, D-San
Antonio.
Van de Putte and state
Rep. Chris Turner, R-Arling-
ton, announced the debut of
the new game on Oct. 19.
Sunset review
list is released
State Sen. Glenn Hegar,
R-Katy, the newly appointed
chair of the Sunset Advisory
Commission, last week re-
leased the names of 28 state
agencies to be reviewed in
2010-2011.
A few of the agencies on
the list are: the Texas Youth
Commission, the Texas De-
partment of Transporta-
tion, the Electric Reliability
Council of Texas, the Texas
Commission on Environ-
mental Quality, the Texas
Department of Housing
and Community Affairs, the
Texas Department of Infor-
mation Resources and the
Public Utility Commission
CAPITAL HIGHLIGHTS
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David McKinney, son of retired
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McKinney of Decatur, celebrated his
promotion to colonel with the Air Na-
tional Guard on Oct. 1.
David, along with wife, Marine, and
their two children, Westin and Rylee,
are currently stationed at Geilen-
kirchen Air Base in Germany where
David is vice wing commander.
David entered the Air Force in
1983 and then joined the Air Nation-
al Guard approximately three years
later.
Joining David in Germany for
the celebration was Colonel David
Simon, who presided over the cer-
emony. Westin and Rylee pinned on
his new wings. Friends and family
in attendance included the Iowa Air
National Guard Unit, his parents,
his sister, Missy Johnson, of Sunset,
brother-in-law, Cedar West and wife,
Marilyn, of Ennis, Mont., and em-
ployees and co-workers from Geilen-
kirchen Air Base, Germany.
CAPITAL HIGHLIGHTS
of Texas.
The 12-member commis-
sion reviews policies and
programs of more than 150
state agencies.
Community college
enrollment is up
Enrollment increased by
65,000 at Texas community
colleges this fall – an 11 per-
cent increase – the Texas
Association of Community
Colleges reported last week.
Dr. Richard Rhodes, TACC
chair and president of El
Paso Community College,
and Dr. Rey Garcia, TACC
president and CEO, said
in a letter to the governor,
lieutenant governor and
House speaker that commu-
nity colleges in Texas have
grown by more than 40 per-
cent since 2000, like “add-
ing the equivalent of seven
Texas Tech universities or
four Universities of Texas at
Austin to the state’s higher
education system capacity.”
End of toll fine pro-
gram in sight
Motorists who have not
paid delinquent tolls may
still take advantage of the
Texas Department of Trans-
portation’s offer to reduce
violation fees.
They have until Nov. 30
to pay up. In return for pay-
ment of all outstanding tolls,
TxDOT says it will waive
90 percent of the adminis-
trative and collection fees
accrued. To receive the fee
reduction, customers must
also open a TxTag account
and keep it in good stand-
ing.
Changes to reduce
wait times
The DPS is doing some-
thing to reduce wait times
for residents applying for
licenses or for renewing
them.
As of Oct. 29-30, those
motorists who want to rein-
state suspended or revoked
driver’s licenses or obtain
copies of their driving re-
cord, instead of showing up
at the DPS office will in-
stead submit their required
documentation online or by
mail.
Giant school aid fund
recovers
The Permanent School
Fund overseen by the State
Board of Education appar-
ently is mirroring the re-
covery generally seen in the
financial markets.
The fund was down to
about $16 billion last spring,
but it is now around $22 bil-
lion, the Texas Education
Agency announced Oct. 23.
The fund, established in
1854, helps pay for text-
books and other educational
expenses.
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Sterling is director of
member services for the
Texas Press Association in
Austin.
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Brigham to play in orchestra
The West Texas A&M University symphony or-
chestra presents its live cinema presentation of the
1929 classic The Iron Mask at 7:30 p.m. Sunday,
Nov. 1, at the Mary Moody Northen Recital Hall on
campus.
Chris Brigham of Decatur will play the horn in
the performance.
The WTAMU symphony orchestra, under the di-
rection of Dr. Mark Bartley, assistant professor of
music, will provide the live musical accompaniment
while the black and white silent film plays on the
wide screen. The presentation will mark the or-
chestra’s fourth live cinema production in as many
years.
The Iron Mask features Douglas Fairbanks in
a sequel to his 1921 film The Three Muskateers.
The film was his last silent movie and his last one
portraying a swashbuckler. The movie reunites the
legendary brotherhood of D’Artagnan, portrayed
by Fairbanks, and the Three Muskateers (Athos,
Pothos and Aramis) as they are drawn into Cardi-
nal Richelieu’s plot to hide King Louis XIII’s twin
son to protect the Kingdom of France from pos-
sible revolution. De Rochefort and his ally Milady
de Winter kidnap D’Artagnan’s sweetheart, Con-
stance, when she learns of the baby’s existence. The
Musketeers race to save her, but the rescue attempt
yields an end to their company and a new threat to
the throne.
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National Guard colonel
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Cruisin’ Days Parade Saturday, Oct.
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