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4 Ent p ..... The Clarendon er rise ..... i i ii ii illl i !! &Qu6 Lots of activities going on at Burton Library Pasa? it,s the middle of January instead of birthdays? They're not the two broccoli salads mixed up), around i: already. I'd ask if you wrote your exactly "born", are they? Well, you :: : members elected next years officers .... Town Your guide to "what's thank-you notes for Christmas, but know what we mean.) ;::! :{ - same as this year's officers with happerivtg" oround .::, I'm afraid you might ask me back, Librarian Carolyn Blackerby : / ........  : .... Sharon Knox taking over in Septem- Donley County, and then I might have to prevaricate, has been invited to participate in #; By Gall Shelton CLARENDON-B74-e186 her from Terri Askew as president I spent a lot of time at the library a statewide, state-sponsored focus .... - and listened to President Askew January |6 last week and didn't check out one group looking at the future of public happen, and neither does Carolyn. read the constitution and by-laws. United Christian Men's Breakfast :::::::: Methodist Fellowship Hell., iiiiiiiiiii book. The library board met on libraries in Texas. The first meeting but it seemed to me that a letter We all agreed that the best part of the a.m. Wednesday to talk about plans for the was early this year in Austin. Vari- woutdn't hurt. meeting was the food. : ::::: new year.As soon as the final touches ous representatives have gone out to After all, practically everybody The club also installed Cennet CC v.Howord College * Bulldog are finished, there will be a "horse- various parts of Texas for meetings to in town uses the library for some- Rhode as an honorary member for Gym Women: 5:50, Men: 7:50 ii shoe" hat and coat rack at the library, hear what the public has to say about thing, don't they? How many of those her long service to the club. She gets January ! 7 donated by Jason Green. When you libraries. The one in Amarillo, fol- great big cities can claim that nearly to come to meetings, but nobody's Howardwick Friendship Club see him, tell him thanks from all the lowed up by a meeting in Clarendon all of their population passes through going to make her work any more. Howardwick City Hell 6:30 !iii!iii::::il library patrons, and come by to see later in the day, was last Thursday. the doors of their library at one time She deserves the rest. p.m. i!i the new rack too. I didn't get to go, but l've writ- or another? This coming week looks to boa We learned that GED video ten aletter. There's been a rumor that Friday. Los Beaux Arts Club bit more.., typical. No meetings that January 18 classes will be beginning this Thurs- an idea has been floated by someone met in the community room at I know about. Just the usual stuff Little Dribblers Meeting Moth- i[![i!i:iiii:i day evening, the 17th, at 7 p.m. and in state government that some of the the library for their annual salad - basketball games, Lions meetings. odistChurch-2p.m, i!i that this is the 80th year that Bunon smaller public libraries in the state luncheon/business meeting. After work, and homework. Or the usua 1 January 20 Memorial Library has been in opera- ought to be closed. Maybe it comes lunching on everything from chicken run of stuff that happens when the Martin Luther King, Jr.Ooy tion. Be watching for an announce- from wishful thinking by the great salad to spinach with candied pecans coliege students get back in time for ment of an 80th birthday celebration, big libraries - the ones in the great to broccoli, apples, water chestnuts, the start of classes Thursday. Let me MedicaIBreQst Cancer Screening " i (Or d libraries have anniversaries bigcities'ldn'tthinkit'sgingt and mushrms (unless I'm getting knwwhatyu'reding'willyu'?.356_1905Center Nursing Home Nutrition h[',]ps prevent Red Hat Society "Sam Hill" BBQ 11:30 a,m. macular deg00 reration Community M?nus People withage-relatedmacular CornerCare degeneration (AMD), the country's family January - most common cause of vision loss, can live full, satisfying lives with :: By Dawn Watson Breakfast ClarwldonScllools professional guidance, the use of I COUNTY FCSAGENT M0n:H01ida . appropriate adaptive and low vision ........................... T: C.eril, toast, fruit, and milk devices, and by practicing an ongoing the time to stop. Smoke restricts the Wed: Eggs and loam, fruit, and milk Thur:Pancakes, julce, andmilk wellness program, including proper blood flow throughout the body and Fri: Cinnamon rolls, juice, and milk diet and exercise. Dr. Bruce Rosen- interferes with the eye's ability to Lunch Man:Holiday thai, Chief of Low Vision Programs, cleanse waste matter. Furthermore, Tues: Beef stromoff, roll, green beans, Lighthouse International and Chair- smokers have a 50 percent greater vegetable salad, vanilla pudding, and milk Wed: Country fried steak, mashed Ita- man of AMD Alliance International, risk of developing advanced AMD toe=,rol, andgreenrtan*' aocoe c.a, okra, advises persons at risk for macular than people who do not smoke. Thur: Pizza, salad, cam, fruit Jell-O, and degeneration - and anyone interested Maintain a diet low in fat for mlk in maintaining a healthy lifestyle - to good eye health. A high-fat, high- Fri: Hot dogs with chili, F frle6, tossed salad, butler cookies, andmilk initiate a nutritionally beneficial diet, cholesterol diet can lead to fatty ta beginning early in life. plaque deposits in the macular ves- a Dr. Rosenthal offers the follow- sels, which can hamper blood flow Man: Breakfast sandwich, tOaSt and jelly, dry cereal, fruit juice, and milk ing practical nutritional recommen- and increase the risk of AMD. It's Tues: Biscuit and maw, satup, patties, dations to help decrease your risk not just carrots. butter and jelly, cereal, juice and milk Wed: Pancake and syrup, sausage paltt4, of developing age-related macular Other good foods to eat for the dry cereal, fruit juice, and milk. degeneration: eye include: corn, kiwi, pumpkin, Thur: Breakfa bun'itO W salsa, cereal, tru juice, and milk Vitamin and anti-oxidant supple- zucchini, squash, red grapes, en Webelos workn culture award Fri: Peanut butter and tomit, muffins, dry ments may reduce your risk of vision peas, cucumbers, butternut squash, Cennet Rhode recehl/met with Den 2 Webelos to assist them in cereal, fruit Rico, and milk Lc loss! A dietary supplement contain- green bali pepper, celery, cantaloupe, working on their Language and Culture Belt Loop. She talked to the Mon:Comdogorburrito, chili and chem, ing high doses of the antioxidant sweet potatoes, and dried apricots. Scouts about what it was like to grow up in another country and the COrn on the cob, salad, fruit, and milk Tts: Chicken on a bun or steak on a bun yitamins C, E, beta-carotene and zinc Tomato and tomato products may things that she did in Turkey as a child. She included in her presenta- nuco, tomato, p, on, and provide the first ffective treatment also benefit the eyes. tion how proud she is to be an American citizen and what it was like to olive==, mixed fruit, cookies, chip& and milk Wed: Pizza, corn, toad salad, apple- for slowing the progression of age- Pick the most colorful veg- go through the naturalization process. The Scouts learned words or sauce, breltk::,milk related maculardegeneration (AMD), etables and fruits you can find - red, phrases from another language. Mrs. Rhode also met withthe Den 5 Thur: Chicken fried steak, potatmm ma W, broccoli and cheese, salad, fruit, as revealed by a breakthrough clini- dark green, orange, or yellow. These Webelos. Pictured are (top) Clayton Shields, Reid Copelin, Brandon rolls, and milk cal study on age-related eye disease foods play a key role in keeping your Thomas, Cennet Rhode, (front) Bradley Watson, Brayden Phillips, and Ri: Hamburger, tater tots, lettuce and tomato, fruit, cake. and milk study (AREDS), conducted by the eyes healthy. Nell Devin. Picture courtesy Karla Devin National Eye Institute. What's more, If you or anyone you know has Mon: Smothered pork a,, au matin AREDS reports that specific formu- a vision impairment and would like potatoes, fried squash, pea salad, purple lations of these dietary supplements information about nutrition, in addi- Extension to host 'Lunch-N-Learn' Jan. 29 plum cabinet, bread, coffee, tea, or Iowlat milk can reduce the risk of developing tion to information on vision loss and Was your New Year's resolu- Tts:Ch=rips, pttaup, Brul advanced AMD by about 25% for how to locate vision rehabilitation tion to take better care of yourself? mpmuts, autumn fruit salad, butterscotch pudding, btead, coffee, tea, orlowfatmilk individuals with moderate changes services in your area and other pro- Well, let Donley County Cooperative wed: af ate,, fr  =, ta from macular degeneration, fessional referrals, call Lighthouse Extension help you do just that. salad, brownie pie with topping, ornbraad, cofle, taa, otlo,datmilk Before embarking on a vita- International's toll-free number at 1- On January 29 at 12:00 p.m., ur: ruev pot, corn, tht-tan, min supplement program, consult 800-829-0500. January is National come to the Burton Memorial Library salad, peaches, bread, Coffee, taa, or Iowtatmilk with your eye care professional. Eye Care Month - Jeepers Creepers for a healthy lunch. This will be the i: sw= steak, tmh, green , If you still smoke cigarettes, now is - Where did you get them eyes? first of a five part Lunch-n-Learn carrot copper penrlia, applaluce, roll, coffee, tea, or Iowtat milk .-,,--c,.. Visiting with friends and going to ballgames top Men: Oven fried chick,  potatoes, corn, sliced peaches, brownies, milk, tea, orcofleeTues: Beef stew with pea=, carrots, tom, a- The weather has been constant knee in Amarillo last week. Shane toes, potatoea, onior,,celery,plaringa, this week: Cold and windy con- broke his leg in a football game r-l"H" c W,,.t ' buturSeotch pudaing, corn muffin, milk, stantly.., and dry. Note drop of during the football season and had nnnninn tea, or comae  !-  i:.:::: ..... Wed: Steak and gnwy, bekedpotato, graen moisture, just been released from his doctor. E" beans, fruit salad, pumpkin pie, roll, milk, There's not much happenin' The first day of basketball practice, ii::: : :, By Peggy Watt ,.., co... : Thur: Catfish fillet, onion nngs, broccoli around here. At least nothing I've he injured the knee of his other leg. SOUp, carrot-raisin salad, apricot cobbler, heard. Hopefully, Shane will suffer no we attended the Hedley, Valley game corn muffin, milk, tea, or coffee : .ien pi on, Sp=nh re, refr Shane Mangelsdorf, a high permanent damage to his knee and here. The Lady Owls continue their beans, Ituee, tomatou, onion, sliel school student, is recuperating at will be back in school before long. winning streak. It was their third dis- peache, chip or oliekem, milk, tea, or co home after having surgery on his Jeneda Gay came Friday, and trict game. I understand Sarah Bolin series on Cancer Issues and Women. If you would like to register to attend or would like more informa- tion about the Lunch-n-Learn Series, please call the Donley County Coop- erative Extension office at 874-2141. Space is limited, so call and reserve your place today. news at Hedley was the high point player. The boys also won but by a much narrowe margin. Grace Burkhalter, Define Conat- ser, and I went to the Memphis Con- valescent Center on Thursday to visit with Mother. She seems to be doing better. Betty Morgan and I went again on Sunday and visited with her. Thursday, January t day' Saints' Roost 00ff's, to pertbrm j00el at Senior Citi00=_ i/n Colic ByVidaO'Neal " ira. - 1 We vill have our h-for Anniversary Supper on.m._, Januar 3 28. We will be|rhart. December and January and anniversaries at this , -D entertainment for the eveniollin , provided by the Saints" Rm -" Everyone should bring a d'hshots potluck supper and come.m.- good entertainment The ts begin at 6:00 p.m. at the cemrno We had a good w e."m_.  center. We miss Eva in ty fron and we wish her a speedy from her eye surgery. I Sabrina Burrow Kyser baC) m" - to fill in for Eva. We areL___ ha e Sabrina back in town , us for awhile ' I t claus looking Chocolate rsl cake donated by Eda Wa i c h winner was Lee Roy Jack P week we have a bundle of e 7 and votives. Chances s!lo each. i 5, : Get well wishes go oAma Branigan, Naomi Green, !ide Brihi. ere E)ur condolences to Ray, i on the loss of his mother a 200 Hedges on the loss of a cou a.m ; dle Jan. 20, 27: Dance Club, 6 p.m.Th e Jan. 21 : Game Night, 6 p.m. i;d Jan.p.m. 28: Birthday/Anniversary, l':-'-p Jan. 31 : Blood pressure clinic, 1 ,bur, " iUnii marl Local Cathohc Ch on ,changes mass time i en St. Mary's Catholic Ch fo be changing time for masSY eq next five weeks. H. T Mass will begin at 7:30on January I I, 18, 25, and F and 8 with visiting priest Fdley. Couture. Mass will return to the Oi service s ntuary /6 at 10e H when their.priest returns. I reg b Red Hats to meet J rn The Scarlet Saints chap0, rel Red Hat Society will met #ons Hill" Pit BBQ for their dC meeting on Tuesday, Januae b 11:30 a.m. [SUl: Come one and all for l#unl enjoy the thrill of wearing M tie! colors.  " ati For more informatmn, Douglas at 874-9366. Little Dribblers to i The Clarendon Little [ will hold a meeting at 2:00 Saturday, January 18, at t]r oUffiitedrs M;:hhdist oChi :rChe e  ce o e pc " g #g Any and all interested.os. are encouraged to attend tol/g th program be a success. Cox Family The Clarendon-Donley Chamber of Commerce is cial recognition to Pick and Cox for the lights the Christmas holidays. The Cox family was tionally left out of the the chamber's li llill" II0 d Open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily All Christmas Items 1/2 price Two Racks of Clothing 50% 75% off Serving Steak Everyday for Lunch & Supper! Try our Club Sandwich & Fried Okra Monda / - Saturday 10.00-5.30 Downtown Clarendon Hwy. 287 Clarendon 874-3358 Frank and Terri Hommel, Owners CELW 3,850 Minutes per month for just per month Available At The Clarendon OUTPOS 874-5201 61g W. 2nd St.,. Clarendon, Texas; 4 Ent p ..... The Clarendon er rise ..... i i ii ii illl i !! &Qu6 Lots of activities going on at Burton Library Pasa? it,s the middle of January instead of birthdays? They're not the two broccoli salads mixed up), around i: already. I'd ask if you wrote your exactly "born", are they? Well, you :: : members elected next years officers .... Town Your guide to "what's thank-you notes for Christmas, but know what we mean.) ;::! :{ - same as this year's officers with happerivtg" oround .::, I'm afraid you might ask me back, Librarian Carolyn Blackerby : / ........  : .... Sharon Knox taking over in Septem- Donley County, and then I might have to prevaricate, has been invited to participate in #; By Gall Shelton CLARENDON-B74-e186 her from Terri Askew as president I spent a lot of time at the library a statewide, state-sponsored focus .... - and listened to President Askew January |6 last week and didn't check out one group looking at the future of public happen, and neither does Carolyn. read the constitution and by-laws. United Christian Men's Breakfast :::::::: Methodist Fellowship Hell., iiiiiiiiiii book. The library board met on libraries in Texas. The first meeting but it seemed to me that a letter We all agreed that the best part of the a.m. Wednesday to talk about plans for the was early this year in Austin. Vari- woutdn't hurt. meeting was the food. : ::::: new year.As soon as the final touches ous representatives have gone out to After all, practically everybody The club also installed Cennet CC v.Howord College * Bulldog are finished, there will be a "horse- various parts of Texas for meetings to in town uses the library for some- Rhode as an honorary member for Gym Women: 5:50, Men: 7:50 ii shoe" hat and coat rack at the library, hear what the public has to say about thing, don't they? How many of those her long service to the club. She gets January ! 7 donated by Jason Green. When you libraries. The one in Amarillo, fol- great big cities can claim that nearly to come to meetings, but nobody's Howardwick Friendship Club see him, tell him thanks from all the lowed up by a meeting in Clarendon all of their population passes through going to make her work any more. Howardwick City Hell 6:30 !iii!iii::::il library patrons, and come by to see later in the day, was last Thursday. the doors of their library at one time She deserves the rest. p.m. i!i the new rack too. I didn't get to go, but l've writ- or another? This coming week looks to boa We learned that GED video ten aletter. There's been a rumor that Friday. Los Beaux Arts Club bit more.., typical. No meetings that January 18 classes will be beginning this Thurs- an idea has been floated by someone met in the community room at I know about. Just the usual stuff Little Dribblers Meeting Moth- i[![i!i:iiii:i day evening, the 17th, at 7 p.m. and in state government that some of the the library for their annual salad - basketball games, Lions meetings. odistChurch-2p.m, i!i that this is the 80th year that Bunon smaller public libraries in the state luncheon/business meeting. After work, and homework. Or the usua 1 January 20 Memorial Library has been in opera- ought to be closed. Maybe it comes lunching on everything from chicken run of stuff that happens when the Martin Luther King, Jr.Ooy tion. Be watching for an announce- from wishful thinking by the great salad to spinach with candied pecans coliege students get back in time for ment of an 80th birthday celebration, big libraries - the ones in the great to broccoli, apples, water chestnuts, the start of classes Thursday. Let me MedicaIBreQst Cancer Screening " i (Or d libraries have anniversaries bigcities'ldn'tthinkit'sgingt and mushrms (unless I'm getting knwwhatyu'reding'willyu'?.356_1905Center Nursing Home Nutrition h[',]ps prevent Red Hat Society "Sam Hill" BBQ 11:30 a,m. macular deg00 reration Community M?nus People withage-relatedmacular CornerCare degeneration (AMD), the country's family January - most common cause of vision loss, can live full, satisfying lives with :: By Dawn Watson Breakfast ClarwldonScllools professional guidance, the use of I COUNTY FCSAGENT M0n:H01ida . appropriate adaptive and low vision ........................... T: C.eril, toast, fruit, and milk devices, and by practicing an ongoing the time to stop. Smoke restricts the Wed: Eggs and loam, fruit, and milk Thur:Pancakes, julce, andmilk wellness program, including proper blood flow throughout the body and Fri: Cinnamon rolls, juice, and milk diet and exercise. Dr. Bruce Rosen- interferes with the eye's ability to Lunch Man:Holiday thai, Chief of Low Vision Programs, cleanse waste matter. Furthermore, Tues: Beef stromoff, roll, green beans, Lighthouse International and Chair- smokers have a 50 percent greater vegetable salad, vanilla pudding, and milk Wed: Country fried steak, mashed Ita- man of AMD Alliance International, risk of developing advanced AMD toe=,rol, andgreenrtan*' aocoe c.a, okra, advises persons at risk for macular than people who do not smoke. Thur: Pizza, salad, cam, fruit Jell-O, and degeneration - and anyone interested Maintain a diet low in fat for mlk in maintaining a healthy lifestyle - to good eye health. A high-fat, high- Fri: Hot dogs with chili, F frle6, tossed salad, butler cookies, andmilk initiate a nutritionally beneficial diet, cholesterol diet can lead to fatty ta beginning early in life. plaque deposits in the macular ves- a Dr. Rosenthal offers the follow- sels, which can hamper blood flow Man: Breakfast sandwich, tOaSt and jelly, dry cereal, fruit juice, and milk ing practical nutritional recommen- and increase the risk of AMD. It's Tues: Biscuit and maw, satup, patties, dations to help decrease your risk not just carrots. butter and jelly, cereal, juice and milk Wed: Pancake and syrup, sausage paltt4, of developing age-related macular Other good foods to eat for the dry cereal, fruit juice, and milk. degeneration: eye include: corn, kiwi, pumpkin, Thur: Breakfa bun'itO W salsa, cereal, tru juice, and milk Vitamin and anti-oxidant supple- zucchini, squash, red grapes, en Webelos workn culture award Fri: Peanut butter and tomit, muffins, dry ments may reduce your risk of vision peas, cucumbers, butternut squash, Cennet Rhode recehl/met with Den 2 Webelos to assist them in cereal, fruit Rico, and milk Lc loss! A dietary supplement contain- green bali pepper, celery, cantaloupe, working on their Language and Culture Belt Loop. She talked to the Mon:Comdogorburrito, chili and chem, ing high doses of the antioxidant sweet potatoes, and dried apricots. Scouts about what it was like to grow up in another country and the COrn on the cob, salad, fruit, and milk Tts: Chicken on a bun or steak on a bun yitamins C, E, beta-carotene and zinc Tomato and tomato products may things that she did in Turkey as a child. She included in her presenta- nuco, tomato, p, on, and provide the first ffective treatment also benefit the eyes. tion how proud she is to be an American citizen and what it was like to olive==, mixed fruit, cookies, chip& and milk Wed: Pizza, corn, toad salad, apple- for slowing the progression of age- Pick the most colorful veg- go through the naturalization process. The Scouts learned words or sauce, breltk::,milk related maculardegeneration (AMD), etables and fruits you can find - red, phrases from another language. Mrs. Rhode also met withthe Den 5 Thur: Chicken fried steak, potatmm ma W, broccoli and cheese, salad, fruit, as revealed by a breakthrough clini- dark green, orange, or yellow. These Webelos. Pictured are (top) Clayton Shields, Reid Copelin, Brandon rolls, and milk cal study on age-related eye disease foods play a key role in keeping your Thomas, Cennet Rhode, (front) Bradley Watson, Brayden Phillips, and Ri: Hamburger, tater tots, lettuce and tomato, fruit, cake. and milk study (AREDS), conducted by the eyes healthy. Nell Devin. Picture courtesy Karla Devin National Eye Institute. What's more, If you or anyone you know has Mon: Smothered pork a,, au matin AREDS reports that specific formu- a vision impairment and would like potatoes, fried squash, pea salad, purple lations of these dietary supplements information about nutrition, in addi- Extension to host 'Lunch-N-Learn' Jan. 29 plum cabinet, bread, coffee, tea, or Iowlat milk can reduce the risk of developing tion to information on vision loss and Was your New Year's resolu- Tts:Ch=rips, pttaup, Brul advanced AMD by about 25% for how to locate vision rehabilitation tion to take better care of yourself? mpmuts, autumn fruit salad, butterscotch pudding, btead, coffee, tea, orlowfatmilk individuals with moderate changes services in your area and other pro- Well, let Donley County Cooperative wed: af ate,, fr  =, ta from macular degeneration, fessional referrals, call Lighthouse Extension help you do just that. salad, brownie pie with topping, ornbraad, cofle, taa, otlo,datmilk Before embarking on a vita- International's toll-free number at 1- On January 29 at 12:00 p.m., ur: ruev pot, corn, tht-tan, min supplement program, consult 800-829-0500. January is National come to the Burton Memorial Library salad, peaches, bread, Coffee, taa, or Iowtatmilk with your eye care professional. Eye Care Month - Jeepers Creepers for a healthy lunch. This will be the i: sw= steak, tmh, green , If you still smoke cigarettes, now is - Where did you get them eyes? first of a five part Lunch-n-Learn carrot copper penrlia, applaluce, roll, coffee, tea, or Iowtat milk .-,,--c,.. Visiting with friends and going to ballgames top Men: Oven fried chick,  potatoes, corn, sliced peaches, brownies, milk, tea, orcofleeTues: Beef stew with pea=, carrots, tom, a- The weather has been constant knee in Amarillo last week. Shane toes, potatoea, onior,,celery,plaringa, this week: Cold and windy con- broke his leg in a football game r-l"H" c W,,.t ' buturSeotch pudaing, corn muffin, milk, stantly.., and dry. Note drop of during the football season and had nnnninn tea, or comae  !-  i:.:::: ..... Wed: Steak and gnwy, bekedpotato, graen moisture, just been released from his doctor. E" beans, fruit salad, pumpkin pie, roll, milk, There's not much happenin' The first day of basketball practice, ii::: : :, By Peggy Watt ,.., co... : Thur: Catfish fillet, onion nngs, broccoli around here. At least nothing I've he injured the knee of his other leg. SOUp, carrot-raisin salad, apricot cobbler, heard. Hopefully, Shane will suffer no we attended the Hedley, Valley game corn muffin, milk, tea, or coffee : .ien pi on, Sp=nh re, refr Shane Mangelsdorf, a high permanent damage to his knee and here. The Lady Owls continue their beans, Ituee, tomatou, onion, sliel school student, is recuperating at will be back in school before long. winning streak. It was their third dis- peache, chip or oliekem, milk, tea, or co home after having surgery on his Jeneda Gay came Friday, and trict game. I understand Sarah Bolin series on Cancer Issues and Women. If you would like to register to attend or would like more informa- tion about the Lunch-n-Learn Series, please call the Donley County Coop- erative Extension office at 874-2141. Space is limited, so call and reserve your place today. news at Hedley was the high point player. The boys also won but by a much narrowe margin. Grace Burkhalter, Define Conat- ser, and I went to the Memphis Con- valescent Center on Thursday to visit with Mother. She seems to be doing better. Betty Morgan and I went again on Sunday and visited with her. Thursday, January t day' Saints' Roost 00ff's, to pertbrm j00el at Senior Citi00=_ i/n Colic ByVidaO'Neal " ira. - 1 We vill have our h-for Anniversary Supper on.m._, Januar 3 28. We will be|rhart. December and January and anniversaries at this , -D entertainment for the eveniollin , provided by the Saints" Rm -" Everyone should bring a d'hshots potluck supper and come.m.- good entertainment The ts begin at 6:00 p.m. at the cemrno We had a good w e."m_.  center. We miss Eva in ty fron and we wish her a speedy from her eye surgery. I Sabrina Burrow Kyser baC) m" - to fill in for Eva. We areL___ ha e Sabrina back in town , us for awhile ' I t claus looking Chocolate rsl cake donated by Eda Wa i c h winner was Lee Roy Jack P week we have a bundle of e 7 and votives. Chances s!lo each. i 5, : Get well wishes go oAma Branigan, Naomi Green, !ide Brihi. ere E)ur condolences to Ray, i on the loss of his mother a 200 Hedges on the loss of a cou a.m ; dle Jan. 20, 27: Dance Club, 6 p.m.Th e Jan. 21 : Game Night, 6 p.m. i;d Jan.p.m. 28: Birthday/Anniversary, l':-'-p Jan. 31 : Blood pressure clinic, 1 ,bur, " iUnii marl Local Cathohc Ch on ,changes mass time i en St. Mary's Catholic Ch fo be changing time for masSY eq next five weeks. H. T Mass will begin at 7:30on January I I, 18, 25, and F and 8 with visiting priest Fdley. Couture. Mass will return to the Oi service s ntuary /6 at 10e H when their.priest returns. I reg b Red Hats to meet J rn The Scarlet Saints chap0, rel Red Hat Society will met #ons Hill" Pit BBQ for their dC meeting on Tuesday, Januae b 11:30 a.m. [SUl: Come one and all for l#unl enjoy the thrill of wearing M tie! colors.  " ati For more informatmn, Douglas at 874-9366. Little Dribblers to i The Clarendon Little [ will hold a meeting at 2:00 Saturday, January 18, at t]r oUffiitedrs M;:hhdist oChi :rChe e  ce o e pc " g #g Any and all interested.os. are encouraged to attend tol/g th program be a success. Cox Family The Clarendon-Donley Chamber of Commerce is cial recognition to Pick and Cox for the lights the Christmas holidays. The Cox family was tionally left out of the the chamber's li llill" II0 d Open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily All Christmas Items 1/2 price Two Racks of Clothing 50% 75% off Serving Steak Everyday for Lunch & Supper! Try our Club Sandwich & Fried Okra Monda / - Saturday 10.00-5.30 Downtown Clarendon Hwy. 287 Clarendon 874-3358 Frank and Terri Hommel, Owners CELW 3,850 Minutes per month for just per month Available At The Clarendon OUTPOS 874-5201 61g W. 2nd St.,. Clarendon, Texas;