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6 The Clarendon Enterprise Saints' Roost Museum open longer thanks to new worker Local resident Wanda Bedding- field began working at Saints' Roost Museum last week thanks to Experi- ence Works. Formerly known as Green Thumb, Inc., Experience Works helps people 55 and over find mean- ingful work in the community. "Wanda came to us to see if we needed any help at the museum," Museum board member Wiilard Skelton said. "We contacted the [Experience Works office] at Pampa, and once she was cleared at the beginning of the year, she went right to work." This is Beddingfield's second job with Experience Works, and so far it seems to agree with her. "I worked at the library a few years ago cataloging, cleaning, and really doing whatever needed to be done," Beddingfield said. "I just started working here, and so far I have really enjoyed it." Thanks to Beddingfield, the museum will be able to stay open longer and more often. New hours are Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. "My main job will be catalog- ing everything in the museum into the computer," Beddingfield said. 'TI! also be leading guided tours and doing some light cleaning." According to Beddingfield, other openings are available in the community right now. For more information about Wanda Beddingfield getting involved with Experience Works, senior citizens can contact the Experience Works office in Pampa at (806) 665-0938. "I would definitely recommend it," Beddingfield said. "You can only work 20 hours a week, but it helps out a lot." Lady Broncos JV squad wins one, loses one The Lady Bronco junior varsity stormed into Memphis with one thing on their mind, and that was to get a win against the Lady Cyclones. They did take the win and defeated Mem- phis, 34-27. Memphis led after the first period, but the Lady Broncos took control and took a three-point lead into the break. They didn't let down any in the 2nd half as they went on to defeat the Lady Cyclones. "We had some good open shots, but they were not falling for us,' coach Kasey Bell said. "We were able to hold Memphis only one point in the third quarter, and this allowed us to get the lead we needed to win the bali game?' Scoring: Kristin White 8, Jessie Anderberg 7, Caitlan Hall 7, Meghan Gribble 6, Shanna Shelton 4, Jamie Simmons 1, and Paige Drackley i. The Lady Broncos hosted the Lady Rockets Friday night and were defeated 29-32 in their first district loss. The Lady Broncos took the early lead, but they allowed Wellington back in the game when they couldn't get any shots to fall. "It was a tough bail game until the end," Bell said. "But with shots not falling and poor rebounding, we were not able to take the lead and win at the end." Scoring: Hall 9, Gribble 8, Anderberg 6, Jessica Hernandez 3, Anndria Kidd 2, and Kimberly Tel- bert 1. The Lady Broncos will take on Wheeler January 17 and Shamrock January 21. Both games are on the road, and both will begin at 4:00 p.m. Bronco JV ties Memphis; defeats Wellington The Bronco JV took on Mem- end of the game. The Broncos jumped out with phis Tuesday night in their 2nd Dis- "We didn't play very good at the early momentum but let down a trict game. all in the first half," said coach Brad little at the break to trail by 2 points. Free Big-E Classified with every new or renewed subscription to The Clarendon Enterprise Concession: 6 p.m. Show: 7 p.m. Friday & Saturday only Adults: $4.50 • Kids & Seniors: $3.50 NEXT WEEK DOUBLE FEATURE: "Catch Me If You Can" "Star Trek: Nemesis" Thursday, January I  --- .,---1 F-- 14 17 .0 Z5 26 !7 F 45 51 52 53 59 -- u -- 62 65 CLUES ACROSS 1. Chinese cabbage 5. Ringworm 10. Expectorate 14. Materials 15. Hydroxyls + 2C 16. German car 17. Agatha Christie mys- tery, with "A" 20. Expungings 21. Sweeps 22. European fishes 23. Hang glide 25. Humiliated 29. Times of day 33. Laid-back California county 34. Lyric poem 35. Rotating disk 36. Rubber or pencil 38. Womaniser 41. Horny projecting jaws of a bird 42. Abba __, Israeli politician 44. Fire iron 45. Provencal verses 48. Most unpleasant 49. Shackle 50. Irritate Big E Crossword Puzzle 5 ' 3 I I 23 )4 38 43 5O 54 61 J l L_ __ __ 51. National capital of Ghana 54. Unshod 59. Western drink 62. Surrounded by 63. Pillars 64. Subject 65. Sheaf 66. Fightings 67. Tyrant CLUES DOWN 1. Rear 1 2. Mid 3. Gnawing animal 4. Requeats 5. IV 6. Conclude 7. Mind (Greek) 8. Measuring unit 9. Sign language , 10. Hunting expedition 11. Indian Seaport 12. Romantic interlude : 13. Drawstring 18. __ O'Neill, play- wright 19. Narrow ridges (Swed- ish) 23. Geographic region I1 3O 35 58 24. Digits rly rr 25. After prayere Brc 26. Pressure Uos 27. Saddle hor;" " c. , 28. Female sibr °rice 29. Soul anoc,ame, songs erti m 30. Garget Ag 31. Overhang 3,9.. Forward 37. Gambling tO 39. Final climad ˘V| 40. Neither 43. Order dis 46. Denunciati˘ 47. Asian counll Lngela 48. Flows The 1- 50. Unoriginal on tc 51. Mount da" i 52. Molding | y 53. Overlay withr, suc( 54. Morsel - 55. Community IStepl- 56. Paddles .tser 57. Shrubs havtl . one-seeded frui mrs 58. Hurry lng 60. Father "s, 6: 61. Antelope iendo Due to time constraints, the Elam. "But the kids came out in the The Broncos came racing back in , They game ended in a38-38 tie. second half and looked like a dif- the 3rd period to take the lead and 1 L=stlack Electrical2, Memphis took the early lead and ferent team. They p!ayed hard and claimed the victory. t up by 12 points at tie br=,ak, really won thatgame.' Scoring: Henderson 12, Ford I II i I1 Electrical & Mechanical Contra the III -- I1 ComfortmakerandTrane he the Broncos came storming Scoring: Michael Henderson 9, Grady Swearingen 8, Betts 8,  and tied the game by the end of 15, Will Betts 7, Stephen Ford 5, Sanchez 4, White 3, Brett Carter 3, C l  [ "-Ir'-'Li Heating & Air Conditioning  far 3rd period. There was only one Adam Leeper 5, Tim Sanchez 3, Matt Morgan Robinson 3, and Michael ,'l [I ih:2 Allen Ek '' I goal in the last period scored by McCabe 2, and Ty White 1. Bruce 1. '   -,"i :r team, and free throws kept the The Broncos hosted Wellington The Broncos will travelto / 1( }l I  874-3683 ' sh [ Texas Refrigeration License TACLB0121 44E kuii € Iones in the game. Friday night at the Bronco Gymna- Wheeler Friday, January 17, and to •    m ------- tes. The Broncos never quit playing slum and gained their second district Shamrock January 21. Both games hard, and it paid off for them at the win defeating the Skyrockets, 51-41. will begin at 5:15 p.m. = ...... Com   !!III ressi 7th grade Lady Colts defeat Memphis, 8th grade falls short The Lady Colts raced to a 33- neli e, Erin Holland 4, SadeFaas4, Jay Gage said. '"rhe girls,tz'iedto "::˘( 23 win over the Lady Cyclones last Destiny Smith 4, and Carrissa Crump rally at the end but couldn t catch * d : . The 8th grade Lady Colts fought hard but fell short in their attempt to defeat Memphis. The final score was 30-23. Memphis controlled the early momentum of the game and led by six points at the break. The Lady Colts just couldn't get things rolling in the 2nd half as Memphis went on to take the win. "We came out slow in the first half and just couldn't recover," coach up?' Scoring: Kelsea Hoeitzel 8, Katie Askew 6, Xenia Buckhaults 2, Haley Carter 2, Regan Lemley 2, Sarah Scrivner 2, and Erica Depew 1. Both Lady Colt teams will travel to Claude January 20 to take on the Lady Mustangs and will be at home against Wheeler January 27. The 7th grade games will begin at 5:00 p.m. with the 8th grade Lady Colts to follow. went up by 12 points at the break. But the back and tied the game by the end of the 3rd period. There was only one field goal in the last period scored by either team, and free throws kept the Cyclones in the game. only ot , Clarendon Monday night, January 6, at the Bronco Gymnasium, The Lady Colts held a slight lead at the break but really broke away from the Lady Cyclones in the 3rd period and held off a small surge by Memphis to comeback in the final quarter. Coach Kirby Hatley was pleased with his team's effort. "The girls really hustled hard against Memphis. They played well as a team?' Scoring: Zan Burks 11, Jill Cor- Reac an Brown Auctioneers Farm Equipment Auction Thursday, Jan. 23, 2003 @ 10:00 A.M. .Storm date: Thursday Jan. 30, 2003 Go miles west Location - from Canyon, TX. on Hwy. 60 toaUction site Tractors, forklift, pickup, trucks, welding rig truck, boom truck, travel trailer, ammonia tanks-chassis, fuel tanks, trailers, livestock equipment, generator, farm equipment, dry fertilizer spreaders, misc. tanks and sprayers, irrigation, submergible pump, motor, tool and trailer make-ups, J.O. brass-bits, harness, saddles, guns, shop tools, equipment and non-classified For more information call (00655-1597 We share Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s vision of a more world in which people of all races and religions are offered opportunities to succeed. one he .thrt d t 11 i! h. To commemorate this truly remarkable American, we will bco 2d closed on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Monday, January h We wil reopen January 21st. si!! I _ ,; lib The Donley Count) State Bank o,, 'ze_"  !,IILII: ..... ............................ I Community Ban00:; l Members FD1C • Equal HousinB For a brochure call the office at (806) 244-6776 6 The Clarendon Enterprise Saints' Roost Museum open longer thanks to new worker Local resident Wanda Bedding- field began working at Saints' Roost Museum last week thanks to Experi- ence Works. Formerly known as Green Thumb, Inc., Experience Works helps people 55 and over find mean- ingful work in the community. "Wanda came to us to see if we needed any help at the museum," Museum board member Wiilard Skelton said. "We contacted the [Experience Works office] at Pampa, and once she was cleared at the beginning of the year, she went right to work." This is Beddingfield's second job with Experience Works, and so far it seems to agree with her. "I worked at the library a few years ago cataloging, cleaning, and really doing whatever needed to be done," Beddingfield said. "I just started working here, and so far I have really enjoyed it." Thanks to Beddingfield, the museum will be able to stay open longer and more often. New hours are Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. "My main job will be catalog- ing everything in the museum into the computer," Beddingfield said. 'TI! also be leading guided tours and doing some light cleaning." According to Beddingfield, other openings are available in the community right now. For more information about Wanda Beddingfield getting involved with Experience Works, senior citizens can contact the Experience Works office in Pampa at (806) 665-0938. "I would definitely recommend it," Beddingfield said. "You can only work 20 hours a week, but it helps out a lot." Lady Broncos JV squad wins one, loses one The Lady Bronco junior varsity stormed into Memphis with one thing on their mind, and that was to get a win against the Lady Cyclones. They did take the win and defeated Mem- phis, 34-27. Memphis led after the first period, but the Lady Broncos took control and took a three-point lead into the break. They didn't let down any in the 2nd half as they went on to defeat the Lady Cyclones. "We had some good open shots, but they were not falling for us,' coach Kasey Bell said. "We were able to hold Memphis only one point in the third quarter, and this allowed us to get the lead we needed to win the bali game?' Scoring: Kristin White 8, Jessie Anderberg 7, Caitlan Hall 7, Meghan Gribble 6, Shanna Shelton 4, Jamie Simmons 1, and Paige Drackley i. The Lady Broncos hosted the Lady Rockets Friday night and were defeated 29-32 in their first district loss. The Lady Broncos took the early lead, but they allowed Wellington back in the game when they couldn't get any shots to fall. "It was a tough bail game until the end," Bell said. "But with shots not falling and poor rebounding, we were not able to take the lead and win at the end." Scoring: Hall 9, Gribble 8, Anderberg 6, Jessica Hernandez 3, Anndria Kidd 2, and Kimberly Tel- bert 1. The Lady Broncos will take on Wheeler January 17 and Shamrock January 21. Both games are on the road, and both will begin at 4:00 p.m. Bronco JV ties Memphis; defeats Wellington The Bronco JV took on Mem- end of the game. The Broncos jumped out with phis Tuesday night in their 2nd Dis- "We didn't play very good at the early momentum but let down a trict game. all in the first half," said coach Brad little at the break to trail by 2 points. Free Big-E Classified with every new or renewed subscription to The Clarendon Enterprise Concession: 6 p.m. Show: 7 p.m. Friday & Saturday only Adults: $4.50 • Kids & Seniors: $3.50 NEXT WEEK DOUBLE FEATURE: "Catch Me If You Can" "Star Trek: Nemesis" Thursday, January I  --- .,---1 F-- 14 17 .0 Z5 26 !7 F 45 51 52 53 59 -- u -- 62 65 CLUES ACROSS 1. Chinese cabbage 5. Ringworm 10. Expectorate 14. Materials 15. Hydroxyls + 2C 16. German car 17. Agatha Christie mys- tery, with "A" 20. Expungings 21. Sweeps 22. European fishes 23. Hang glide 25. Humiliated 29. Times of day 33. Laid-back California county 34. Lyric poem 35. Rotating disk 36. Rubber or pencil 38. Womaniser 41. Horny projecting jaws of a bird 42. Abba __, Israeli politician 44. Fire iron 45. Provencal verses 48. Most unpleasant 49. Shackle 50. Irritate Big E Crossword Puzzle 5 ' 3 I I 23 )4 38 43 5O 54 61 J l L_ __ __ 51. National capital of Ghana 54. Unshod 59. Western drink 62. Surrounded by 63. Pillars 64. Subject 65. Sheaf 66. Fightings 67. Tyrant CLUES DOWN 1. Rear 1 2. Mid 3. Gnawing animal 4. Requeats 5. IV 6. Conclude 7. Mind (Greek) 8. Measuring unit 9. Sign language , 10. Hunting expedition 11. Indian Seaport 12. Romantic interlude : 13. Drawstring 18. __ O'Neill, play- wright 19. Narrow ridges (Swed- ish) 23. Geographic region I1 3O 35 58 24. Digits rly rr 25. After prayere Brc 26. Pressure Uos 27. Saddle hor;" " c. , 28. Female sibr °rice 29. Soul anoc,ame, songs erti m 30. Garget Ag 31. Overhang 3,9.. Forward 37. Gambling tO 39. Final climad ˘V| 40. Neither 43. Order dis 46. Denunciati˘ 47. Asian counll Lngela 48. Flows The 1- 50. Unoriginal on tc 51. Mount da" i 52. Molding | y 53. Overlay withr, suc( 54. Morsel - 55. Community IStepl- 56. Paddles .tser 57. Shrubs havtl . one-seeded frui mrs 58. Hurry lng 60. Father "s, 6: 61. Antelope iendo Due to time constraints, the Elam. "But the kids came out in the The Broncos came racing back in , They game ended in a38-38 tie. second half and looked like a dif- the 3rd period to take the lead and 1 L=stlack Electrical2, Memphis took the early lead and ferent team. They p!ayed hard and claimed the victory. t up by 12 points at tie br=,ak, really won thatgame.' Scoring: Henderson 12, Ford I II i I1 Electrical & Mechanical Contra the III -- I1 ComfortmakerandTrane he the Broncos came storming Scoring: Michael Henderson 9, Grady Swearingen 8, Betts 8,  and tied the game by the end of 15, Will Betts 7, Stephen Ford 5, Sanchez 4, White 3, Brett Carter 3, C l  [ "-Ir'-'Li Heating & Air Conditioning  far 3rd period. There was only one Adam Leeper 5, Tim Sanchez 3, Matt Morgan Robinson 3, and Michael ,'l [I ih:2 Allen Ek '' I goal in the last period scored by McCabe 2, and Ty White 1. Bruce 1. '   -,"i :r team, and free throws kept the The Broncos hosted Wellington The Broncos will travelto / 1( }l I  874-3683 ' sh [ Texas Refrigeration License TACLB0121 44E kuii € Iones in the game. Friday night at the Bronco Gymna- Wheeler Friday, January 17, and to •    m ------- tes. The Broncos never quit playing slum and gained their second district Shamrock January 21. Both games hard, and it paid off for them at the win defeating the Skyrockets, 51-41. will begin at 5:15 p.m. = ...... Com   !!III ressi 7th grade Lady Colts defeat Memphis, 8th grade falls short The Lady Colts raced to a 33- neli e, Erin Holland 4, SadeFaas4, Jay Gage said. '"rhe girls,tz'iedto "::˘( 23 win over the Lady Cyclones last Destiny Smith 4, and Carrissa Crump rally at the end but couldn t catch * d : . The 8th grade Lady Colts fought hard but fell short in their attempt to defeat Memphis. The final score was 30-23. Memphis controlled the early momentum of the game and led by six points at the break. The Lady Colts just couldn't get things rolling in the 2nd half as Memphis went on to take the win. "We came out slow in the first half and just couldn't recover," coach up?' Scoring: Kelsea Hoeitzel 8, Katie Askew 6, Xenia Buckhaults 2, Haley Carter 2, Regan Lemley 2, Sarah Scrivner 2, and Erica Depew 1. Both Lady Colt teams will travel to Claude January 20 to take on the Lady Mustangs and will be at home against Wheeler January 27. The 7th grade games will begin at 5:00 p.m. with the 8th grade Lady Colts to follow. went up by 12 points at the break. But the back and tied the game by the end of the 3rd period. There was only one field goal in the last period scored by either team, and free throws kept the Cyclones in the game. only ot , Clarendon Monday night, January 6, at the Bronco Gymnasium, The Lady Colts held a slight lead at the break but really broke away from the Lady Cyclones in the 3rd period and held off a small surge by Memphis to comeback in the final quarter. Coach Kirby Hatley was pleased with his team's effort. "The girls really hustled hard against Memphis. They played well as a team?' Scoring: Zan Burks 11, Jill Cor- Reac an Brown Auctioneers Farm Equipment Auction Thursday, Jan. 23, 2003 @ 10:00 A.M. .Storm date: Thursday Jan. 30, 2003 Go miles west Location - from Canyon, TX. on Hwy. 60 toaUction site Tractors, forklift, pickup, trucks, welding rig truck, boom truck, travel trailer, ammonia tanks-chassis, fuel tanks, trailers, livestock equipment, generator, farm equipment, dry fertilizer spreaders, misc. tanks and sprayers, irrigation, submergible pump, motor, tool and trailer make-ups, J.O. brass-bits, harness, saddles, guns, shop tools, equipment and non-classified For more information call (00655-1597 We share Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s vision of a more world in which people of all races and religions are offered opportunities to succeed. one he .thrt d t 11 i! h. To commemorate this truly remarkable American, we will bco 2d closed on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Monday, January h We wil reopen January 21st. si!! I _ ,; lib The Donley Count) State Bank o,, 'ze_"  !,IILII: ..... ............................ I Community Ban00:; l Members FD1C • Equal HousinB For a brochure call the office at (806) 244-6776