Daily Newspaper and Travel Guide
for Pecos Country of West Texas
Tuesday, January 22, 2002
Army Sgt. Howard arrived for duty
Army Sgt. 1st Class James D. Howard has arrived for duty in
Howard is a company officer in charge assigned to the Hohenfels Training
He is the son of retired Sgt. 1st Class and Mrs. Calvin D.
Howard of Pecos.
The sergeant first class received an associate degree in 2000 from Central
Texas College, Killeen.
Study club plans meeting
The Modern Study Club will meet at 3:30 p.m., on Wednesday, Jan. 23, in
the Catherine and J.E. Travland home, for an International Affairs Program
with Nan Cate, department chairman, in charge.
The thought-quote for the meeting is _ "There are 10 sins, according to
the Buddhist religion. Three are of the body _ killing, theft and unchastity.
Four are of speech _ lying, slander, abusive language and useless conversation.
Three are of the mind _ envy, malice and disbelief." World Book Encyclopedia
Buddhism _ the predominant religion of Indochina.
The program entitled, "Indo-China _ Land and Peoples" will be presented
by Nan Cate.
Roll call will be answered by giving a fact you learned today about Indochina.
The bi-monthly projects for this meeting are contributions to operations
Smile and to bring Valentines for residents of the Pecos Nursing Home.
Margie Williamson and Pearl Gustafson will assist Mrs. Travland with hostess
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