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Page 2 Obiauwies Mrs. Jean Cook Putman ral services for Mrs. Jean k Putman, age 70, were held at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, January 28,1994 in the First Baptist Church in Claude with Rev. Ed Plants, Pastor, officiating. Inter- ment was in Claude Cemetery with arrangements under the direction of Robertson Funeral Directors, Inc. of Clarendon. Mrs. Putman died at 6:02 am. on Wednesday, January 26, 1994 in Northwest Texas Hospital in Amarillo following a lengthy ill- ness. She was born August 19, 1923 in Miami, Texas and had been a resident of Claude for 31 years. She married Marcus E. "Gene" Put- man on May 20, 1942 at Amarillo. She had been a secretary for 8 years for the Salvation Army in Corpus Christi while a resident there. She was a homemaker and a member of the Country Club Bridge Club and a member of the First Baptist Church in Claude. Survivors include her hus- band, Gone Putman of Claude; one sister, Billie McDonald of Ok- lahoma City, Oklahoma; one brother, Fred 7. Cook of Amarillo; and two nieces, Kelly Myers of Cleveland, Ohio and Kerry Mc- Clure of Edmond, Oklahoma. Casket bearers were Junior Putman, Bob Trout, Freddie Trout, Billy Joe McFall, Bill Spier, and Mike Spier. The family requests that memorials be to a favorite charity. Mrs. Jessie lVlae Hundley 'neral services for Mrs. Jessie Mae Hundley, age 99, were held in 11:00 am. on Wednesday, January 26,1994 in the Ftrst Baptist Church in Claude with Rev. Ed Plants, Pastor, officiating. Inter- merit was in Claude Cemetery with arrangements under the direction of Robertson Funeral Directors, Inc. of Clarendon. Mrs. Hundley died at 5:55 on Tuesday, January 25, 1994 in St. Anthony's Hospice in Keep James Shelton as District Attorney Vote March 8 Political Ad Paid For By James Shelton Te Clarenbon .f2eW Amarillo following a lengthy ill- ness. She was born January 22,1895 in Woodbury, Tennessee and moved from there to Armstrong County 73 years ago. She married Ely Wayne Hundley on April 18, 1923 at Claude and he preceded her in death on February 1, 1968. She was also preceded in death by a daughter, Ela Mae Longbine, and by two sons, Ray Robinson Hundley and Ralph Don Hundley. She was a homemaker and was a member of the Needlecraft Club. She was also a member of the First Baptist Church and was in the Dor- cas Sunday School Class. Survivors include two sister- in-law, May Cook of Corsicana, Texas, Ruth Hundley of Claude, Texas; 8 grandchildren; 9 great grandchildren; 2 great great grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Casket bearers were Wallace Stewart, Delbert Hundiey, Weldon Hundley, Edward Stephenson, Chester Butler, and Douglas Cope. The family requests that memorials be to the First Baptist Church in Claude, the Claude Cemetery Association, or to St. Anthony's Hospice in Amarillo. Gerald Wayne "Jerry" Barnes F un,,,eral services for Gerald Wayne "Jerry" Barnes, age The Lions Tale by Gone Alderson 62, of Amarillo were held at 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, February 1, 1994 at Bell Avenue Chapel of Schooler- Gordon Blackburn-Shaw, 5400 Bell Avenue, Amarillo, Texas, with Rev. A. B. Tiffee HI, pastor of Chaparral Hills Baptist Church of- ficiating. Interment was in Memory Gardens Cemetery under the directions of Schooler-Gordon Blackburn-Shaw Funeral Direc- tors. Mr. Barnes was born in Amarillo, Texas. He married Patricia Ann Farquahr in 1952 in Santa Rosa, NM. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean War. He owned the Pig Hip Drive Inn and the Nu-Casfle Drive Inn in Amarillo. He was a member of Amarillo Chamber of Commerce and the Amarillo Res- taurant Association. He was a member of First Bavtist Church. Survivors include his wife Patricia Ann Barnes, Amarillo; one daughter, Gae Lynette Tiffee, Amarillo; one son, Gary Wayne Barnes, Austin; two brothers, Ralph M. Barnes, Amarillo, Guy W. Barnes, Amarillo; one sister, Betty L. Ham, Amarillo; and 2 grandchildren. The family requests that memorials be to St. Anthony's Hospice and Life Enrichment Cen- ter, P.O. Box 950, Amarillo, Texas 79176- 001. The Clarendon Lions Club held its regular meeting at noon on Tuesday, muary 25, 1994 at the Lions Hall with 14 member and 2 guests present. They enjoyed a fried chicken dinner and the Boss Lion Chambliss called the meeting to order and led the Pledge of Allegiance. He introduced their guests and then Secretary Bernabe presented information in regard to bingo and on the projects which the club supports. Following some discussion the club voted to extend their bingo nights to the first, second, third and fourth Saturday night each month provided certain arrangements could be made initially and that these arrangements remain in place. The meetin was adjourned. SHURFINE CANNED VEGETABLES RUSSEll" CORN-PEAS-SPINACH POTATOES HOMINY-GREENS 10 LBS. 3/99 89" BANQUET CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY POT PIES 3/99 ALLSUPS WHOLE OR 2% LO FAT MILK GALLON $199 HAM, EGG & BISCUIT FOR ONLY ALLSUP'$1.15 LB. LOAF SANDWICH BREAD 690 EACH OR 2 F$1 TYSON GRILLED CHICKEN BREAST SANDWICH & A TALl.SUP FOR ONLY $199 COLA 3 LITER $179 PRICES EFFECTIVE FEB. 2-FEB. 9 CLA, RFDON, TEXAS ALLSUP'S r $UCED BURRITOS COOKED VALLEY FARE PAPER TOWELS JUMBO ROLL 2 F$1 HAM 10 07. PKG. $199 WILSON SLICED SMOKED TURKEY BREAST 10 OZ. PKG. $199 DECKER OR WILSON FRANKS OR BOLOGNA 9 ALLSUP'S MONEY ORDERS SHURFINE SUGAR 4 LB. BAG $139 Houston-fm p.1. Clarendon - market barrow, Tyler Lane, Clarendon- market barrow, Elizabeth McAnear, Clarendon - market steer and market barrow, Sammy D. Slover, Hedley - market steer, Wesley Smith, Clarendon- market steer, and Bobby Tolbert, Clarendon - market barrow. VAT/CF.A Zachery W'dcox is the acher o  Doal Cona *H, Ronnie Edwards is the FFA teacher in Clarendon and Lon Adams of the Hedley FFA. Kenny's Barber Shop 110 S. Keamey [Next to Owens Boot Shop] We -ppreckm your busine! :b* Clarenbon I USPS)947040) is pub- lished weekly for $16.50 per year in Donley Comtty and $20.00 per year oUt-of-count], by Bob Williams, dba The Clarendon Press, 103 s. Kear-' ney, Clarendon, Trams 79226. Second-daas postage paid at" Clarendon, Texas 79226- 1110. POSTMASTER: send address changes to The Clarendon News, P.O. Box lll0, Clarendon, Texas 79226-1110. Classified ads are $4.75 for the first 15 words or less and 15 cents per word for each additional word. Boxes or special typography are extra. Standard display rates are $3.40 per SAU column inch. Engagement, wedding, birthday, and anniversary pictures are $5.00 each. Pic- tures submitted for publica- tion should be picked up within 10 days after publica- tion. Deadlines for news and articles are normally Mon- day at $:00, p.m. Pictures must be taken by Friday at $.0 pro. The deadline maybe altered fop holidays. 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. T MEMBER 1993 TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION Thursday, February 3, sdz :! I i TAMMY STAVENtlAGEN AND TODD STAVENHAGEN Engagement Announced The engagement of Tammy DeAnn Stavenhagen and Todd V Stavenhagen has been announced by the parents of bride-ek and Mrs. Bob Stavenhagen of Amarillo. The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill StavO of Clarendon. The couple plan to be married March 11 at the First r Methodist Church of Clarendon. 1 Tuesday:. Roast Bee Hedley Senior Citizens Menu Feb. 3-9 Thursday. Roast Beef, Macaroni & Cheese, Black- eyed Peas, Toss Salad, Banana Pudding, Roll, Milk, Tea, Cof- fee liday. Chili, Beans, Fried Okra, Waldorf Salad, Spice Cake, Corn Muffin Monday.:. Oven Fried Chicken, Steamed Cabbage, Harvard Beets, Pears & Cot- tage Cheese, Butterscotch Pudding, Roll, Milk, Tea, Cof- fee Baked Potato, Macaroni  Tomatoes, Pea Salad, PI Cobbler, Wheat Roll, Mi Tea, Coffee Wednesday.:. B a k e, Ham, Turnips & Carrot Cream Style Corn, Toss Sala( Peaches & Bananas, Ro Milk, Tea, Coffee Calendar of Events Thursday. Games I-: p.m. Friday.:. Games 1-3 p.m Games 6 p.m. Monday.:. Game 1-3 p.m., Musical 6 p.m. Tue day. Hearing Aid Testing p.m., Board Meeting 1 p.m Games 1-3 p.m., Games 6 p. Wednesday. Ges 1-3 p.m. ! We Appreciate You! We appreciate our customers. We treat you in a gracious manner. You see it in the friendly smile that greets you at the counter. You know it in the way we handle special requests. Our convenient hours and affordable prices have you in mind. When you need drycleaning, please see us. We'll show you our appreciation. GnnbeR Cleaners A member of the International Fabricate Institute, the association of and launderers. Osburn Appliance and i Rabbit's Applianc0000 Service We service a :ypes of applian Rebuilt appliances for : with on-year warrrat Ne buy used Phone _._./ 319 S. B.B. "Rabbit" Osburn