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+ : ii il : day, January 16, 2003 ...... The Clarendon Enterprise 5 ,ost ff's Report: a j00lergency units respond to grass fire caused Citi.m._ Surity oheck at C,aren- in College. p'n,- To Clarendon high school e our p_ female ejected from gym. er on .m. - Welfare check on 6th and i]l bC!rhart. muary tt this i["- Disturbance in 600 block of e even ollinson. Loud music. ints" R.m. - Caller reporting hearing ing a dilnshots in 300 block of E. White. I col aciD.m.- Second call, more gun- 'he )ts. t. q cei)'m' - Out at Sully and Rosen- t the I, more gunshots heard. od , v ,.m.-To jail with one male in cus- ca in lilly from Potter County Jail. speedyi .ery. ! ser ba m" - Check unoccupied vehicle We ire ....... in to vn , )ituaries Irais :r olat(: alerson on US 287, E. of SH 70. 11:30 p.m.- To Sheriff's Office to take report of stolen credit card. Jan. 9 4:56 p.m.- All emergency units to grass fire at Carhart and 8th. Caused by downed power line. 4:57 p.m. - Caller in 800 block of S. Carhart reporting house filing with smoke. 5:57 p.m.- EMS assist six miles west on US 287 - chest pains. Jan. 10 7:44 a.m. - Semi rollover on US 287 east end of Hedley. Deputy, DPS, EMS, Hedley Fire Department, and TxDOT dispatched. 9:37 a.m. - To jail with one male in custody. 12:49 p.m.- Dispatched to 100 block of Billie in Howardwick 5:31 pro. - Out at high school gym. 6:10 p.m.- To N. Clarendon with gas drive off. 6:15 p.m. - Back to pay for gasoline. 7:37 p.m.- Out at Montgomery and Jackson. 7:53 p.m. - Welfare check on truck driver on US 287 at Hedley. 10:08 p.m.- Out in 500 block of S, Jackson. 11:24 p.m. - Dispatched to 200 block of S. Carhart. 11:25 p.m.- Page EMS to deputy's location. Jan. 11 2:16 a.m.- Check stranded motorist on E. US 287. 10:09 p.m. - EMS assist on FM 1260 N. 11:32 p.m. - Deputy, EMS, Howardwick County in 1979. He married Patsy Jo Pointer on July 8, 1970, in Amarillo. da Wal[ichard y Ja :ks Patter- dle ofg e 75, of mce, a IIo died 5, 2003, rs go o{ Amarillo. 3reen, !ide ser- ere held :s to R0 lay, Janu- )ther an 2003, at Pat Patterson ffacou: a.m. at Mle Cemetery in Panhandle, 9, 6 p.m. The Reverend Robert F. Field p.m. ed. versary _  , . r. ratterson was born in  clinic, 1 abury, Connecticut. He served United States Navy. Mr. Pat- imarried Glenda Campbell in Chit on August 17, 1951. They time en married for 51 years. He olic Ch il for Phillips for 33 years as 3r n Las:  equipment operator, retiring H. The family then moved to at 7:3( don in 1986 where they raised and Fe riest Fa ley Aldermen cede to th, lroi of gas rates 16t t) e Hedley Board f Aldermen rns. I regular session Jmuary 6 at F board approved Ordinance eet Jkurrendering municipal juris- ts chap regarding gas utility rates, II met Ions, and services to the Texas their d Commission. Janu ,e board also adopted a resolu- support of the regional effort II for h unteers and the Northwest earing Museum Association in an ttion for the Texas Plains Trail ation, c Lation. s to The Lion's Tale hurch te Clarendon Lions Club held ring segular Tuesday noon meeting erested.oss Lion Myles Sheiton con- tnd to leg the meeting. i had 17 members and two t Our guests were Scarlet and Estlack, guests of Lion Allen In: ey ere are ball games Tuesday git Claude at the high school. d ; of children enrolled at CISD h w check on their child's prog- the Internet. They have a ts hat allows them to see only gin fiid's grades. i )liege started classes on Sday, and they are ahead of the r enrolled before. The Bull- nd Lady Bulldogs play against i d College, one of the top tc;ams ation. |e Museum has extended their thanks to the Experience program. ,o oe Commo= ltwill be held February 8 with : CCoy giving the address. ,,...re being no further business, rting was adjourned, :/ SCdbe today and never miss I I !p20 In OOnle County, ) Ir issue of your hometown.paper. I i t cattle for the next 15 years. In 2000, he and Glenda moved to Amarillo. Mr. Patterson was a member of St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church in Clarendon. Mr. Patterson is survived by his wife Glenda Patterson; two daugh- ters, Cindy Seymour and Joy Howard of Fritch; one son, Richard Patterson, Jr., of Houston; and one sister, Fran- ces Phelps of Hartford, CT. Patterson Oliver Newton "Junior" Patter- son, Jr., age 72, of Chico, Texas, died Thursday, January 9, 2003, in Bowie. Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, January 13, 2003, at Morris Memorial United Method- ist Church in Chico with the Rev. Charles Cox officiating. Burial was held in Chico Cemetery under the direction of Hawkins Funeral Home in Bridgeport, Texas. Junior was born on May 4, 1928, in Hedley and was raised in the Clarendon area until moving to Wise He was formerly a stationary fire- man for Santa Fe Railroad. He was the retired co-owner and operator of Pat's Trucking in Bridgeport. He was a member of the Pleasant Valley Methodist Church in Amarillo. Survivors include his wife of 32 years, Patsy Patterson of Chico; children Rebecca Elam and husband, Wayne of Bridgeport; Susan Murray of Chico; William Choate and wife, Bennie, of Childress; Mary Wash- burn of Bridgeport; Oliver Newton Patterson, III, of Bridgeport; Kelly Choate and wife, Kim, of Bridge- port; Van Choate and wife, Sherry of Bridgeport; one sister, Inez Hill of Amarillo; 26 grandchildren; 20 great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Casket bearers were Walter Amonett, Roger Davidson, Billy Schuli, Richard Elam, L.A. West, and Ray Camron. Hedley Community Development Corporation Vacancy One Bedroom Unfurnished Apartments Rent based on income Handicap Unit Available FmHA Financed SQUAt HOUSING LENDER Sue Weatherly, Manager (806) 856-5384 Federal law prohibits discrimination in this program. "Where you?/find every gift under the sun" Go Baby" children's clothes John Deere tractor infant clothing Purses Jewelry Men's and Ladies' clothes Flags Windsocks We have something for everyone Hwy 287 Next to O.K. Tire Memphis, Tx 259-3731 PHARMACY From prescription medicine to vitamins, we provide everything you need, along with best wishes for a speedy recovery. Mike Butts, PHARMACIST Call 874-3554 or Toll Free 800-766-2089 Hwy 287 West Clarendon, Texas by power line Fire Department paged to vehicle fire in 200 block of Charles in How- ardwick. Jan. 12 3:32 a.m. - Out on US 287 at MP 166, clearing debris off roadway. 3:55 a.m. - Out at residence in 400 block of W. 6th, fight in progress. 2:16 p.m.-To jail with one male in cus- tody, driving under the influence of a controlled substance. 3:44 p.m.- Checking reported activity in alley in 500 block of W. 4th. 5:13 p.m.- Out at residence in 600 block of E. 2nd to deliver message. 6:58 p.m.- Female reporting man with a gun. All units dispatched to 3rd St. Summary Arrests - 5 Ambulance - 6 ENTERPRISE DEADLINES News & Photos Monday @ Noon Ads & Classifieds Monday @ 5 p.m. i I Click all you want at www.OlarendonOnllno.com Winning Points is a plan you can stick with till you reach your goal. You can eat the food you love, stay satisfied, and tl lose mg. Now at Weight Watchers- get "In the Groove"- 1 800 651 6000 WEIGHTWATCHERS.COM (00WeightWatchers" real food.real life.real results. Void where prohibited. Offer ends February 1, 2003. 2003 Weight Watch,rs Internal=oPal Inc. Owner of the WEIGHT WATCHRS trademark. All rights reserved. Offer valid in participatin lOCations only in AL, FL, GA, OK. TX, NC and SC, Fee for subse. quent weeks $11-$12 dependim on geography. Not vehd for Corporate olutions {Or Site Meetings) or online sePces. \\; Texas Steaks & Seafood Friday Night Special Cat Sunday Lunch Special ied Chicken and Pork Loin en Tuday . Sunday, 11:00 a.rn. to 9:00 p.m. 210W. 2nd, Clarendon. 874-7777 Floyd's Motor Company and Body Shop We Sell Gently Used Autos We keep our inventory low to keep our prices affordable. If you don't see what you are looking for on our lot, let us know. We attend auctions three times weekly and are able to get any year, make, and model, Come by and talk to Cherie or Joe! 1999 Pontiac Grand Am SE 70,000 miles $6,500 Plus 1-r& L '99 VW Jetta '98 GMC Sonoma S-15 Pickup '93 Buick LeSabre 62,000 miles Plus TT&L Slight hail damage 130,000 miles $2,250 Plus TT&L ! Plus TT&L We Stand Behind What We Selll No Surprises No Gimmicks Trust Someone You Know Free Estimates & All Insurance Claims Welcome Licensed Storage Facility Qualified Paint and Body Technicians Check Our Glass ' Replacement Services We Sell New and Used Auto Body Parts We Buy Salvage Vehicles Located at E. Hwy. 287, Clarendon Keith & Cherle Floyd, Owners + : ii il : day, January 16, 2003 ...... The Clarendon Enterprise 5 ,ost ff's Report: a j00lergency units respond to grass fire caused Citi.m._ Surity oheck at C,aren- in College. p'n,- To Clarendon high school e our p_ female ejected from gym. er on .m. - Welfare check on 6th and i]l bC!rhart. muary tt this i["- Disturbance in 600 block of e even ollinson. Loud music. ints" R.m. - Caller reporting hearing ing a dilnshots in 300 block of E. White. I col aciD.m.- Second call, more gun- 'he )ts. t. q cei)'m' - Out at Sully and Rosen- t the I, more gunshots heard. od , v ,.m.-To jail with one male in cus- ca in lilly from Potter County Jail. speedyi .ery. ! ser ba m" - Check unoccupied vehicle We ire ....... in to vn , )ituaries Irais :r olat(: alerson on US 287, E. of SH 70. 11:30 p.m.- To Sheriff's Office to take report of stolen credit card. Jan. 9 4:56 p.m.- All emergency units to grass fire at Carhart and 8th. Caused by downed power line. 4:57 p.m. - Caller in 800 block of S. Carhart reporting house filing with smoke. 5:57 p.m.- EMS assist six miles west on US 287 - chest pains. Jan. 10 7:44 a.m. - Semi rollover on US 287 east end of Hedley. Deputy, DPS, EMS, Hedley Fire Department, and TxDOT dispatched. 9:37 a.m. - To jail with one male in custody. 12:49 p.m.- Dispatched to 100 block of Billie in Howardwick 5:31 pro. - Out at high school gym. 6:10 p.m.- To N. Clarendon with gas drive off. 6:15 p.m. - Back to pay for gasoline. 7:37 p.m.- Out at Montgomery and Jackson. 7:53 p.m. - Welfare check on truck driver on US 287 at Hedley. 10:08 p.m.- Out in 500 block of S, Jackson. 11:24 p.m. - Dispatched to 200 block of S. Carhart. 11:25 p.m.- Page EMS to deputy's location. Jan. 11 2:16 a.m.- Check stranded motorist on E. US 287. 10:09 p.m. - EMS assist on FM 1260 N. 11:32 p.m. - Deputy, EMS, Howardwick County in 1979. He married Patsy Jo Pointer on July 8, 1970, in Amarillo. da Wal[ichard y Ja :ks Patter- dle ofg e 75, of mce, a IIo died 5, 2003, rs go o{ Amarillo. 3reen, !ide ser- ere held :s to R0 lay, Janu- )ther an 2003, at Pat Patterson ffacou: a.m. at Mle Cemetery in Panhandle, 9, 6 p.m. The Reverend Robert F. Field p.m. ed. versary _  , . r. ratterson was born in  clinic, 1 abury, Connecticut. He served United States Navy. Mr. Pat- imarried Glenda Campbell in Chit on August 17, 1951. They time en married for 51 years. He olic Ch il for Phillips for 33 years as 3r n Las:  equipment operator, retiring H. The family then moved to at 7:3( don in 1986 where they raised and Fe riest Fa ley Aldermen cede to th, lroi of gas rates 16t t) e Hedley Board f Aldermen rns. I regular session Jmuary 6 at F board approved Ordinance eet Jkurrendering municipal juris- ts chap regarding gas utility rates, II met Ions, and services to the Texas their d Commission. Janu ,e board also adopted a resolu- support of the regional effort II for h unteers and the Northwest earing Museum Association in an ttion for the Texas Plains Trail ation, c Lation. s to The Lion's Tale hurch te Clarendon Lions Club held ring segular Tuesday noon meeting erested.oss Lion Myles Sheiton con- tnd to leg the meeting. i had 17 members and two t Our guests were Scarlet and Estlack, guests of Lion Allen In: ey ere are ball games Tuesday git Claude at the high school. d ; of children enrolled at CISD h w check on their child's prog- the Internet. They have a ts hat allows them to see only gin fiid's grades. i )liege started classes on Sday, and they are ahead of the r enrolled before. The Bull- nd Lady Bulldogs play against i d College, one of the top tc;ams ation. |e Museum has extended their thanks to the Experience program. ,o oe Commo= ltwill be held February 8 with : CCoy giving the address. ,,...re being no further business, rting was adjourned, :/ SCdbe today and never miss I I ip20 In OOnle County, ) Ir issue of your hometown.paper. I i t cattle for the next 15 years. In 2000, he and Glenda moved to Amarillo. Mr. Patterson was a member of St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church in Clarendon. Mr. Patterson is survived by his wife Glenda Patterson; two daugh- ters, Cindy Seymour and Joy Howard of Fritch; one son, Richard Patterson, Jr., of Houston; and one sister, Fran- ces Phelps of Hartford, CT. Patterson Oliver Newton "Junior" Patter- son, Jr., age 72, of Chico, Texas, died Thursday, January 9, 2003, in Bowie. Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, January 13, 2003, at Morris Memorial United Method- ist Church in Chico with the Rev. Charles Cox officiating. Burial was held in Chico Cemetery under the direction of Hawkins Funeral Home in Bridgeport, Texas. Junior was born on May 4, 1928, in Hedley and was raised in the Clarendon area until moving to Wise He was formerly a stationary fire- man for Santa Fe Railroad. He was the retired co-owner and operator of Pat's Trucking in Bridgeport. He was a member of the Pleasant Valley Methodist Church in Amarillo. Survivors include his wife of 32 years, Patsy Patterson of Chico; children Rebecca Elam and husband, Wayne of Bridgeport; Susan Murray of Chico; William Choate and wife, Bennie, of Childress; Mary Wash- burn of Bridgeport; Oliver Newton Patterson, III, of Bridgeport; Kelly Choate and wife, Kim, of Bridge- port; Van Choate and wife, Sherry of Bridgeport; one sister, Inez Hill of Amarillo; 26 grandchildren; 20 great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Casket bearers were Walter Amonett, Roger Davidson, Billy Schuli, Richard Elam, L.A. West, and Ray Camron. Hedley Community Development Corporation Vacancy One Bedroom Unfurnished Apartments Rent based on income Handicap Unit Available FmHA Financed SQUAt HOUSING LENDER Sue Weatherly, Manager (806) 856-5384 Federal law prohibits discrimination in this program. "Where you?/find every gift under the sun" Go Baby" children's clothes John Deere tractor infant clothing Purses Jewelry Men's and Ladies' clothes Flags Windsocks We have something for everyone Hwy 287 Next to O.K. Tire Memphis, Tx 259-3731 PHARMACY From prescription medicine to vitamins, we provide everything you need, along with best wishes for a speedy recovery. Mike Butts, PHARMACIST Call 874-3554 or Toll Free 800-766-2089 Hwy 287 West Clarendon, Texas by power line Fire Department paged to vehicle fire in 200 block of Charles in How- ardwick. Jan. 12 3:32 a.m. - Out on US 287 at MP 166, clearing debris off roadway. 3:55 a.m. - Out at residence in 400 block of W. 6th, fight in progress. 2:16 p.m.-To jail with one male in cus- tody, driving under the influence of a controlled substance. 3:44 p.m.- Checking reported activity in alley in 500 block of W. 4th. 5:13 p.m.- Out at residence in 600 block of E. 2nd to deliver message. 6:58 p.m.- Female reporting man with a gun. All units dispatched to 3rd St. Summary Arrests - 5 Ambulance - 6 ENTERPRISE DEADLINES News & Photos Monday @ Noon Ads & Classifieds Monday @ 5 p.m. i I Click all you want at www.OlarendonOnllno.com Winning Points is a plan you can stick with till you reach your goal. You can eat the food you love, stay satisfied, and tl lose mg. Now at Weight Watchers- get "In the Groove"- 1 800 651 6000 WEIGHTWATCHERS.COM (00WeightWatchers" real food.real life.real results. Void where prohibited. Offer ends February 1, 2003. 2003 Weight Watch,rs Internal=oPal Inc. Owner of the WEIGHT WATCHRS trademark. All rights reserved. Offer valid in participatin lOCations only in AL, FL, GA, OK. TX, NC and SC, Fee for subse. quent weeks $11-$12 dependim on geography. Not vehd for Corporate olutions {Or Site Meetings) or online sePces. \\; Texas Steaks & Seafood Friday Night Special Cat Sunday Lunch Special ied Chicken and Pork Loin en Tuday . Sunday, 11:00 a.rn. to 9:00 p.m. 210W. 2nd, Clarendon. 874-7777 Floyd's Motor Company and Body Shop We Sell Gently Used Autos We keep our inventory low to keep our prices affordable. If you don't see what you are looking for on our lot, let us know. We attend auctions three times weekly and are able to get any year, make, and model, Come by and talk to Cherie or Joe! 1999 Pontiac Grand Am SE 70,000 miles $6,500 Plus 1-r& L '99 VW Jetta '98 GMC Sonoma S-15 Pickup '93 Buick LeSabre 62,000 miles Plus TT&L Slight hail damage 130,000 miles $2,250 Plus TT&L ! Plus TT&L We Stand Behind What We Selll No Surprises No Gimmicks Trust Someone You Know Free Estimates & All Insurance Claims Welcome Licensed Storage Facility Qualified Paint and Body Technicians Check Our Glass ' Replacement Services We Sell New and Used Auto Body Parts We Buy Salvage Vehicles Located at E. Hwy. 287, Clarendon Keith & Cherle Floyd, Owners