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ursday, January 6, 1993 --9biUuwies ve thd vadne Olive Cox ey cod )n wi i &apos;.eral services for Evadne I Olive Cox of Hereford were reasield Wednesday, January 5, 1994, Lew v.3:30 p.m., in the Larmar Room at r "prttjngsltla olo.. Manor Methodist Home, by b ")ev. Susan Beehler of El Paso, a. .ttas and Rev. Lanny Wheeler, almSth , . _ Kins .. _maolaln a )i s'at)tano'-r/Westgate. Interment will be bed a t the Clarendon Citizens Vaceiemetery, Thursday, January 6, .in Cd4, with graveside services at 10 diphtl., conducted by Rev. Beehler of (who,ll Paso, Texas and Rev. Terry )hilu]'amplan, 1st United Methodist f s in ach of Clarendon with arrange- bents by Gililland-Watson Funeral stead]lome 1 TETI " Mrs. Cox died December 31, .SS allb,_ _ ld th 5 at Westgate Nursing Home. 11 M.e was born November 2, 1899 in sear]tldian Territory, Oklahoma and als, tllarried Levi Nathan Coxin 1924 at and dlarendon, Texas. He died in 1964. Mrs. Cox was a member of ry. si[e Clarendon Pathfinder Club, raun6 Book Club, Worthy Matron he sl.nrde r of Eastern Star, taught high meerlinhool English for 20 years, taught 1 "),dult Sunday School United _ eCethodist Church, served 8 years : m .Conference Officer N.W. Texas ,., a rnited Methodist Women. She nd maoved to Hereford in 1970. trance! Survivors include two iousnaughters, lnelle Bagwell, Amaril- , Texas, Ladelle Dilli, Ft. Mor- ---'aze' Colorado; one sister, Mary 1 VanZandt from Wheeler, texas; 6 grandchildren and 6 great equirrandchildren. th. F sho coughne Mildred Stanley ophih fraveside services for Mrs. : "" lone Mildred Stanley, age 89, polio r ere held at 2:00 p.m. MST on Vednesday, January 5, 1993 at ts su }Oodman Point Cemetery in Cor- z, Colorado with Rev. Brad Ram- , Pastor of the Bethel Baptist urch in Cortez, officiating. In- :rment was in Goodman Point 'emetery with arrangement by :Obertson Funeral Directors, Inc. dby Ertel Funeral Home of Cor- lLa are z, Colorado. ter ] Mrs. Stanley died at 11:.00 es ;3;;. 0n Monday, January 3, 1994 m ; ye' Center Nursing Home in 00oaowmg a levy re- cess. 5 e was born September 28, This[4 near Waco,Temm and moved . b Cortez where she lived until !e ,rng/75. She resided in New Mexico tn fore moving" to Clarendon, Texas ja 1989. She married Harry Gerald e urOgtanley on August 23, 1927 at Cor- ae _z and he preceeded her in death e..n March 30, 1966. She was a m wlUomemake r and a member of the :uon. !irst Baptist Church in Far- gton, New Mexico. She was eceeAed in death by two sons, laine Stanley and Ray Stanley, by TPOAI.00E "-'00CRiSIS CENTER a daughter, Joellen, and three brothers, Jim, John, and Joe Hulks. Survivors include one daughter, Helen Randell of Clarendon, Texas; one brother, Lloyd Hulks of Truth or Conse- quences, New Mexico; 8 grandchildren; and 11 great grandchildren. Family members of Mrs. Stanley served as casket bearers. The family request that in lieu of flowers, memorials be sent to Medical Center Nursing Home; P.O. Drawer 1007; Clarendon, Texas 79226-1007. r Senior Citizens Menu January 6-12 Thursday:. Baked Cod Strip, Macaroni & Tomatoes, Spinach, Pears, Jello Cubes w/Topping, Hushpuppies, Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk Friday:. Beef Stew w/Potatoes, Tomatoes, Car- rots, Celery and Onions, Cab- bage & Pineapple Slaw, Apple Crunch, Cornbread, Coffee, Tea, whole Milk Monday: Honey Chick- en Breast, Cream Potatoes w/Gravy, Green Peas, Fruit Salad, Orange Juice Cake, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, whole Milk Tuesday:. Chicken Fried Steak, Macaroni & Cheese, Steamed Cabbage, Jello Cubes, Purple Plums, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, whole Milk Wednesday: Sweet n Sour, Corn Dressing, Fried Okra, Nite Cap Salad, Pastries, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, whole Milk Calendar of Events Thursday:. Exercise 11 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 pJn. Friday: Exercise 11 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m. Games 12:30-3 p.m. Monday:. Exercise 11 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m., Dance Practice 7-9 p.m., Line Dance Practice 6 p.m. Tues- day: Exerelse II a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m., 2rid Tuesday Nite Dance %10 p.m. Wednesday: Exer- cise 11 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m. FAMILY VIOLENCE& RAPE TOLL FREE 1-800-658-2796 Shelter & Transport iln Clarendon on me 2rid & 4111 Thursdays, J Cal for appoimmenL gbe Clarenbon _qrm Senior Citizens News by Nova Neuhaus The month of December was filled with many pre-Holiday activities. The Senior Citizens Dance Club hosted a delicious Steak dinner for its members which was catered by Amigo's and served at the center. The Housing Authority held dinner along with their board meet- hag on December 15th. The Senior Citizens Board of Directors held the regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, December 14th. They welcomed the new board members who will start serving their terms on January 1, 1994, Billy Powell, Jerry Chambliss, and Fred Riley. The board regretfully accepted the let- ter of resignation of director Darrel Harper who has recently retired and will not be available to serve. The board recognized and thanked the out- going members: Lee Cas- key and Helena Catoe for their very dedicated service to the organiza- tion. The November operating report was reviewed. Election of officers will be conducted at next meeting in January. The staff hosted the annual Christmas party and gift exchange for the volunteers and Board of Directors on Thursday evening, December 16th. Everyone brought fingerfoods fill- ing three tables with a variety of tasty morsels. As guests registered, they were presented with a Christmas lapel pin made and donated by one of the board mem- bers. Mike Suiter opened the eve- ning with prayer. The staff presented each volunteer and board member with a tree orna- ment they had made. After the gift exchange and guest register they played bingo for little prizes. Mike Suiter did a great job as the caller for the bingo game. Joan Kidd was the winner of the door prize which was made and donated by Ilene Davidson and Nova Neuhaus. B & R Thriftway also held their annual employees Christmas Party in the Center on Saturday, December Office 806-874-2838 Creative Catering Baskets, Buffet & Tray Service Mary 8errig P.O. Box 603 Clarendon, Tx. 79226 18th. Alene Derr entertained her family on Christmas Day. They are very proud that the community can enjoy their lovely facility. The former Lion's Club of Howardwick donated their com- plete set of bingo equipment to the center. It will be a great asset. It will be used strictly for fun and enter- tainment and not for monetary gain. Attendance for the Birthday/Anniversary Supper was down some due to so much illness and several folks gone for the holidays. Bill Hedges opened with a prayer and they sang happy birthday to: D.W. Swain, Cora Hamilton, Judy Hedges, and guest Becky Campbell. Anniversary couple was Jake and Creed Smith. Door prize went to Jack David and fun prizes went to Lela Norton, Nita Meadors and guest Sabrina Burrows. They then enjoyed a delightful program of gospel music by group from the Jesus Named Apostolic Church. There was a lot of singing and playing instruments. Pastor Jerome Campbell played piano with Sabrina Burrow on Saxophone, Becky Campbell on Clarinet, Bobby Sims on guitar. Catrina Burrow sang as well as Becky and Sabrina. They truly ap- preciated them all for sharing their time and talents with us. The 2nd Tuesday night dance will be held at the community building, January llth from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. IMPROVE YOUR LOOKS, HEALTH AND POPULARITY. QUIT SMOKING. e/unedccm Heed As:<daflon @ 1992, Ame,can Heart Association OPEN HOUSE for MAC THORNBERRY Republican Candidate For U.S. Congress atthe Clarendon College Bairfleld Center on Sunday, January 9, 1994 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. Clifford Alexander, Jr., and his wife Beverly would like to welcome friends and customers of Aiexander's Used Cars to an Page 3 i i II ii CISD Notified of Pending Suit CLARENDON--Aleta Thompson, who formerly taught at Clarendon High School, said Monday that her attorney was sending a letter to the school before proceeding with legal actions. She did not comment on terms of the proposed settle- ment. Mrs. Thompson filed a grievance with the Texas Educa- tion Agency soon after the dispute. The state agency recently issued a final decision in Mrs. Thompson's favor. I Illll Heroes Here Have 3rd Book of Bob lard Besen Sm & Sod Willie Neberl7 Lewb A G/d From A Town Ca/led Da//as Coyote Den Books 1t7 r7 FJt J ] I II J , Joanne Baxt. on J}i00, is now Grooming Dogs In Clarendon On J itf, Wednesday's from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. I i (" , Call for Appointment I ')?I r":i ';: 2646 or 24.07 An anto insurance .tune-up could gree your .money more naue00e. Let me check out the coverage you have on your car. I might be able to save you some money. Stop by soon and I'll run all V 'r.r in good nnrlo the details by you. IUUl S 111 1 ILIA ILI AIIslale" (806) 874-3506 or (8(X)) 999-6145 310 S. Keamey, Ctare10n, TX } @1993 Allstate Insurance Company, Nonhbrook, Illinois. Because Farmers and Ag-Related Businesses are so important to Clarendon, they're important to us. Farming and Ag-Related Businesses are a major part of the Donley County economy. Therefore they are important to the First Bank and Trust. Open House Frida January 7,10 a.m. to 5 pJn. (Regular Imslmss hoers will be m balee, 8 to $.) "If you liked doing business with the father, you'll enjoy doing business with his son!" Alexander's Used Cars Highway 287 E. Clarendon Over the years, the bank has made hundreds of loans to cat- tlemen, cotton growers, feedstores and other rural en- terprises. We are committed to the Clarendon area. We welcome area producers and business people to come by nd visit. Together we can make this community grow. FIRST 1:300n,4 ;TRUST OF CLARENDON FDIE