13310 Highway 305 · P.O. Box 5
Lipscomb, Texas 79056
February 8, 2015
WOLF CREEK HERITAGE MUSEUM NOTES
by Virginia Scott
Darrouzett and Booker schools have brought their student art for display. We still need Higgins and Follett to bring some art before the judging occurs. We will be setting the date for the reception this week. We regret that some schools are not participating because the students really enjoy bringing their parents to see their art on display. If there is something we can do to encourage participation, please let us know.
If you have been by, you have probably noticed that our wind mill is down. Students from Follett High School are repairing and painting the mill. We thank them for volunteering to do this for us. We look forward to having our new look.
The following events took place during the week of February 15, 1979 as reported in the Lipscomb County Limelight:
- KEYE, FM 96 began operation in our area on Jan 27th.
- Follett girls basketball team won District
- Doug Weidersten reported locally on his Washington trip with the American Agriculture Movement strike
- Dr. Christopher reopens his office in Booker
- Booker hotel rocked by an explosion
- LaVaun Kraft assumes Lipscomb Post Office Duties
- The only Valentines reported was the coffee held by the Junior Girl Scouts who entertained their mothers and grandmothers. Their was an Valentine ad purchased by Mema and Pepa for Markie (sweet).
Enjoy your week and Have a Great Valentine's Day.
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