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May 2013 Texas


Emergency Service


Call before you dig! Springtime landscaping or con-


struction projects often involve dig- ging in the yard. Before you dig to plant a tree,


build a fence, or install a pool, make sure that you are digging in a safe place!


In Oklahoma, CALL OKIE. In Texas, call TEXAS 811. State law in both Texas and Oklahoma requires excavators to


call 48 hours prior to digging. Since many utility services are


located underground, digging activ- ity always carries potential for di- saster if the excavator doesn’t know where utility lines are located. CALL OKIE or TEXAS 811 at


least 48 hours prior to digging, and lines in the affected area will be marked so that you can dig safely.


Use Care Around Overhead Power Lines We are often so used to over-


head power lines that we forget they are there, but coming in con- tact with those lines can be deadly. Never build or place a structure below a power line! When painting or making home improvements, stay at least 10 feet away from power lines! Use special caution when trim-


What’s Cookin’ in the Co-op Kitchen Are you craving a sweet, delicious treat?


Lemon Whippersnappers


1 (18.25 oz) pkg lemon cake mix 2 cups frozen whipped topping 1 egg, beaten


1/2 cup confectioner’s sugar


1. In a large bowl combine cake mix, whipped topping and egg. Mix until well combined. Chill the dough several hours or overnight (or freeze dough wrapped in plastic)


2. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F


3. Form tablespoons of dough into one-inch balls and roll them in the confectioner’s sugar. Place the cookies on a greased or parchment lined cookie sheet a couple inches apart.


4. Bake 10-12 minutes until cookies are set, but not browned. Cool on a wire rack. Makes 3 dozen


Payment Sites


Payments can be made at SWRE


700 North Broadway • Tipton, OK 73570


Online payments can be made at www.swre.com


Payments may also be made at the following area banking institutions:


Oklahoma


Altus – First National Bank, National Bank of Commerce


Blair – Peoples State Bank Frederick – BancFirst, First National Bank


ming trees. If a tree branch makes contact with an active power line, power can fl ow into the tree, creat- ing a hazard. Never touch an active or


downed power line, directly or indi- rectly. If you ever have a question about power line safety, call SWRE.


Snyder – Bank of the Wichitas Tipton – First National Bank


Texas


Chillicothe - First National Bank Crowell – State Bank Electra – Waggoner National Bank Vernon – Herring Bank, Waggoner Bank, Bank of the West


Joe Wynn, SWRE News editor Board of T


Dan White, Pres................. District 7


Don Ellis, Vice Pres. ...........District 1 Jimmy Holland, Sec. ..........District 9 Fred J. Stowe ......................District 2 Don Proctor .......................District 3 Ray Walker .........................District 4 Dan Elsener ........................District 5 Ronnie Swan ......................District 6 Carl Brockriede ..................District 8


Association P.O. Box 310 700 North Broadway


Tipton, OK 73570-0310 1-800-256-7973


is published monthly for distribution to members of Southwest Rural Electric Association.


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