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Page 4 :[le Clarenbon J:eW 2 Litre Co e, 7-Up 99 Dr.k Pepper, Kleenex S,oftique 69 Burly Trash Bags $1.00 less Rel ate $1.00 Acetaminopmm Capsules 100 Count Compare to Tylenol Money-Back Warranty $249 100 Count Diphenhydramine HC1 Tablets Compare to Benadryl Money Back Warranty $ 2 9 9 =:: COMPLETE ALLERGY MEDICATION Support the Broncos! . Boys Varsnty Basketball Clarendon 12 37 57 82 Canadian 13 29 50 a4 Tuesday, January 18, 1994, the Broncos traveled to Canadian with revenge on their minds. It started out being a very close game until the last quarter, but the Bron- cos came out on top. Leading the scoring for the Broncos were Corey Fields with 23 points, Billy Wilson with 20 points, Danny McCampbell with 18 points, Lorenzo Moore with 9 points, Greg Collins with 7 points, Chad Campbell with 5 points, and assisting were Casey Alexander and Chris Holland. Clarendon 13 40 51 65 Wheeler 10 19 32 51 The Broncos traveled to Thursday, January 27, 16-2, 4-0 district. Come out and support the Broncos! District standings as of January 21, 1994: Clarendon 4-0; Wheeler 3-1; Canadian 2-2; Panhandle 2-2; Wel- lington 1-3; Memphis 0-4. Girls Varsity Basketball Clarendon ..... 48 Canadian ......... 73 The Lady Broncos played the Canadian Wildcats, Tuesday January 18, 1994 in Canadian. Due to a slow start and Canadians im- pressive offense, the Lady Broncos lost 73-48. Elizabeth McAnear lead the scoring with 14 pints, followed by Mandy Floyd with 13 points, Korey Knorpp and Felicia Robin- son each with 6 points, Stephanie Floyd with 4, Ashley Knorpp with 3 and Carrie Shields with 2 points. .IV Oh'Is...26 Canadian ........... 25 The Clarendon JV girls played the Canadian JV girls, Tues- day afternoon, January 18, 1994. It was a defensive game with each team being held to minimal shots, but the 33/Broncos were able to pull out a 26 to 25 victory. Jennifer Simpson was high point with 9 points and also led in rebounds. She was followed by Shelly Tongate with 6 points. Congratulations on your district wia! Junior High Basketball isd the musical, Texas sindlUlll Texas has received inte acclaim as the largest a popular outdoor drama. Hess first began te dance here in Clarendon. O ly, he is director of dance! Department of Music and 131 West Texas State Uuiversi of the best tributes to his e is the success of the thous young performers who 1 their skills from this t master.. Neil Hess is present ballet at no charge to the don PTA or to guests attd Genevieve Caldwell serves! board of the Lone Star Ball has been the liaison for PTt the ballet. This beautiful p is truiy a gift of the arts to o munity and PTA is honored I such special guests. Every welcomed and encouraged tend this unique opportul meeting Neil Hess and ex ing the Lone Star Ballet perk Live On Stage in Clarendon,  Time to Announced i t is time once agam to re for commodities. It time if you will come by the ! house in Clarendon prior to 1 February 18, 1994, to take d this matter. If you do not re before then, you will be requi form a separate line and Wheeler to take on the Mustangs Friday, January21,1994. The Mus- papers before you can receiv commodities for this month. tangs record was 3-0 in district and January 24,1994 They will be distributi so was the Broncos. It was a must Fridays this year, on Febrt win for the Broncos. Scoringfor the 7th grade gMs won 30-26. April 15, June 17, August 1 Broncos were Corey Fields with 21 7th grade boys lost 20-46. tober 21, and December 16 in t points, Lorenzo Moore with 12 8th grade girls won 31-16. If someone besides points, Billy Wilson with 11 points, 8th grade boys won 19-37. dividual is picking up the i Danny McCampbell with 10 points, There must be a new signed n Chris Holland with 4 points, Chad their tile before they can be Campbell with 3 points, Greg Col- lins and Casey Alexander with 2 Lone Star This year you will nt bring proof of income and l points each. The Broncos record is Ballet 11 Ull,l]l=d' form of identification. A ........... .  -,:-.=::,,. ........ - ........ .... or Texas Drivers License will ( ww Robbie Hill and t{ . - rleart in PTA Hollar will be in Hedley on F V " - !  :X,feican 'Pile On #' January 21, 1994, at 10 am. | # 'Yebrua,Tj 1, 1994 ! Tuesday, February 1 at 7 p.m. the recertifieation for those f Aurh L h&c  r .... , " 5 to 7 # willpresent Neil Hess and the Lone Clarendons :dufts$5.00  Star Ballet of Amarillo. Whata Cooitag At Sehd Neil Hess convinced the Mmu Children (.near 12) $3.00 Amarillo area they could support Jam 31-Feb. 4 eert included  the Lone Star Ballet in 1976. Its Breakltmt tickets soldat the floor  season has evolved to six peffor- Monday:. Cereal, Td (please see any senior or  mances including the ever popular, Juice, Milk The Nutcracker, and annual gift to  Pancal Milk cal(447-2737 repurchase  the Panhandle firom Mrs. Donald JuiCe'wedmaglay: Eggs, ! Neil Hess has been the artis- cuits & Gravy, Juice, - -- tic director and choreographer of annulay: Panca Juice, Milk Friday:. Cinna/ 15 Offices    26 Agents Roils, Juice, Milk lamch Monday:. BBQ Sau ENTRAL BAIL BONDS Salad,Ht RollS,Fruit,Black-cYOdMilk Pd Kenneth Knovd ow. .  salmon French Fries, Maca SE 24 Hour & Cheese, Salad, Care, HABLA Service Wedmday:. Salsb Steak w/Brown Gravy, ANOL Rolls, Cream Potatoes, Gr Beans, Cake, Milk Waursda Taco Be w/Meat & Cheese, Ra sty nea salad, Fruit, Friday:. 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