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January 27, 1994

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Page 2 First say to yourself what you would be, and then do what you have to do. mEpictetus New Merchandise Arriving Daily! Watch for our GRAND OPENING! 75% Off Sale Continuing ................. - -- IIIII -- llll I II IL/ ...... Don't Short-change Your Family The Earned Income Credit may mean an extra $2,364 for you! You may qualify for the EIC if, in 1993, you: / Earned less than $23,050 from a job, or self-employment and / Had a child living with you for more than half the year in the United States. Don't walt until next year to get moneyll in 1994--If you make under $23,760, and have at least one child, you may be able to get extra money in each paycheck. Ask your employer about getting the Advance EIC. For more Information call the Internal Revenue Service at KATHERINE HOOBLER AND TROY MONROE Vows To Be Exchanged M r. and Mrs. Tom Hoobler of Iowa Park announce the engagement of their daughter, Katherine Anne, to Troy Whitney Monroe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed W. Monroe, all of Hadley. Vows will be exchanged on Saturday, February 12, at two o'clock in the afternoon at First United Methodist church in Paducah. All friends are invited to the wedding and reception. TAAS Set Spring Registration Packets for the Out of School TAAS- TEAMS Spring testing are avail- able at the counselor's office at Clarendon High School. The only who must register for the above tests are those who are no longer enrolled in school and have not met minimum expectations on all sections of the TAAS test. All individuals who wish to take the TEAMS test must register in ad- vance. The testing dates and times are listed in the Texas Site Direc- tory included in each registration packet. The registration form must be completed and returned in the pre- addressed envelope and must be received in Iowa City, Iowa no later than 5 p.m., February 15,1994. fj epartment of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service BATHROOM ! TISSUE 4 ROLL PKG. :i i $ ,R,c00s EFF00CT,V00 i JAN. 26.-FEB. 1 i  ._ , CLARENDON, TEXAS ,o .EEF SAUSAGE, EGG . I SANDWICH | t MADE TO ORDER I & BISCUIT i 99 | Club Meeting ]l r'l "lL I [ iHeld SPRING J% I WATER i I .. V A 1' I ! --he Man 1.5 LffER BTL. I /!1 11- ,m,,=cl"lrl ! I I T Quilting Club met 20th. One quilt was fihed. A wonderful noon meal was served by the host. Members present were .............. SUPER BOWL 00,ba Lee Noble, Ann Bunyan, Eunlce ALL TYPES ': Leaper, Flossie Reynolds, Mary PEPSI- ! Banister, MaTTe McCracken, Gay SUACK HEADQUARTERS ;Cole, Tiny Alderson CarolHill COLA zm . and host ?erdiTipton. ' ALLSUP'S 1.5 LB. LOAF ORDERS t UP TO $299.00 FOR ONLY OR 2 BEEF & SALSA BURRITOS & A TALLSUP FOR ONLY $199 BOLOGNA ; 12 OZ. PKG. Couple To Celebrate 5 0th Anniversary Thursday, January 27, Mr. Hopper retired Pioneer Gas/Amarillo OH piny after 32.5 years of Assistant Superintendent Odessa, Amarillo, and Wallow facilities. homemaker. Upon Rymond J. and Nora N. Hop- er of Hadley, Texas will celebrate their 50th wedding an- niversary on February 8th. The couples' children hosted an event in their honor. Raymond married the former Nora Nell Lockhart on February 8th, 1944 in Memphis, Te0ms. members of the 1 Church of Hadley and the community. Children of the Jerry Hopper of Yukon Beverly Hopper Mike Hopper of Amarillo. The couple have grandchildren; plus three step- Craig, Shawn, and Sharon TAM_MY STAVENHAGAN AND TODD STAVENHAGAN Engagement Announced The engagement of Tammy DeAnn Stavenhagan and Todd Windom Stavenhagan has been announced by the parents of the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smveadusgan of Amarillo. ..... The prospective groom is the  Kenny's  son f Mr" and Mrs" Bill Staven'hagan of Clarendon. Barber Shop  The couple plan to be mar- 110 S. Kearney lied March 11 at the First United [Next to Owens Boot Shop] Methodist Church of Clarendon. FMHA Moves To Speed Up Processing Texas Farmers applying for assistance from Farmer Home Administration (FmHA) will experience a breath of fresh air USPS)947040) is pub- this year," George Ellis, FmHA iished weekly for $16.50 per Texas State Director, said today. year in Donley County and "I have today taken action to $20.00 per year om-of-co,,ty, delegate the full loan approval by Bob Williams, dba "l'ne authority allowed under the Clarendon Press,103 s. Kear - Federal Regulations to FmHA ney, Clarendon, Texas 79226.: Second-class postage paid at" Clarendon, Texas 79226- 1110. POSTMASTER: send address changes to The Clarendon News, P.O. Box 1110, Clarendon, Texas 79226-1110. Classified ads are $4.75 County Offices in Texas," Ellis said. This action means that FmHA Supervisors at the County level will be able to exercise loan approval authority up to the full County limit without prior reviews being required at other locations or even by FmHA officials at the same location. for the first 15 words or less "As this new year begins, 1 and 15 cents per word for feel this will be a real help to our each additional word. Boxes or special typography are extra. Standard display rates We are $3.40 per SAU column inch. Engagement, wedding, birthday, and anniversary ADDreclate pictures are $5.00 each. Pic- Ill-- tares submitted for publica. You [ tion should be picked up within 10 days after publiea- We appreciate our don. customers. We treat you Deadlines for news and articles are normally Man- in a gracious manner. day at 5:00  p.m. Pictures You see it in the must be taken by Friday at friendly smile that 5.-00 p.m. The deadline maybe greets you at the altered fophofidays, counter. You know it in farm customers, and I pursue this type of future, wherever I FmHA County were previously subject to a pficated system of reviews reviews of loan order to approve an FmHA This system was instituted years ago in order to insure mistakes and more County to County. "I still intend to Supervisors to ards as in the past, however also dedicated to process so that our farm will have funds the same time they Ellis. Farmer Home tion, as an Equal Lender, makes loans or individuals or groups and tees to approve lenders regard to race, color national origin, familial handicap. Complaints crimination should be Secretary of AgriculV Washington, D.C. 20250. NEVER Any erroneous reflec- tion upon the character of any person or flrmppearing in these columns will be glad- ly and promptly corrected upon being brought to the paper's attention. 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