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40 947040 ISSN 1048-8170 To Hold "Oldest thriving town in the Panhandle!" Thursday, February 17, 1994 Vol 5, Number 7 Broncos Win Howardwick Friendship is having their monthly supper and meeting, ' 18 at 6:30 at City John", TV 10 will bring the pro- weather. Up Set L warm up game High School, Satur- 19 at 2 p.m. at Ran- District Title! The Clarendon Broncos won the District ZA basketball championship, by beating the Panhandle Panthers, Friday night, February 11, 1994, by a score of 54-48. This is the Broncos' first District title since 1982. Clarendon Broncos have a 24-2 record for the season and 5-0 record in each half of district play. They will meet the District 1-2A runner-up in bi-district play in two weeks. Defense was the key factor in the game, and the Broncos capitalized on Panhandles' turnovers. Scoring for the Broncos were Lorenzo Moore with 21 points, Corey Fields with 17 points, Greg Collins with 9 points, Danny Me- .,.. Campbell with 4 points, Chad Campbell with 2 points, Billy Wil- son with 1 point, and assisting was Casey Alexander and Chris Hol- land. Congratul.._ations to the Bron- cos and good luck in the bi-district game. Clarendon 12 24 36 54 Panhandle 8 17 27 48 3 men or Players and older, the changed from "COUPIE" takes it to the hoop. Photo by Shelley Tonp 19 to a later date. They Progr00n Hudson Pres On ,$20 4 men cr wemen  Koresh Investigation Bertrand 874- 2846, 874-2704 or Jac- Owens 874-2021. D r. Keith Hudson, Captain of Tarrant County, Tezas, Forensic Den- tal Identification Team, will present a slide program on the iden- tification of David Koresh and the Branch Davidians. F'trst Assembly of God Urch will have their tYve February 20th at 7 v. .ryone is invited to attend ]m uClpate. February 8,1994 Bronco Stadium Clareadon 29 42 56 89 Wheeler 28 32 49 65 The Clarendon Broncos hosted the Wheeler Mustangs, Tuesday, February 8, 1994. They defeated them by a score of 89-65. Leading the scoring for the Bron- cos were Corey Fields with 26 points, BiUy Wilson   points, Chad Campbell with 15 points, Danny McCampbell with 13 points, Lorenzo Moore with 6 points, Jeremy Hicks with 3 points, Greg Collins and Casey Alexander had 2 points each, and assisting was Chris Holland. R IIl n Ranked The program will include the identification process of the fire JLmUuuOS victims of the Davidians and a comparison to hotel and airplane disasters. Second In It will be vivid, so it will not be for those who have a weak stomach. This is the first time this program has been shown to the public and Conference is a very interesting part of lfismry. Dr. Hudson was raised in Clarendon, Texas, and has practiced in Colleyvllle for the last 23 years. He and his team mates have been very active with the Tarrant County Medical Examiners' office the past 15 years. Due to the sensitivity of the material, no cameras or recorders will be allowed. ARer a hard, but impressive oad schedule, the Claren- don College Bulldogs returned home rated second in the National Small College Athletic Association basketball standings. The Bulldogs 00nco Mothers  program is scheduled for Saturday, February 19,1994, at 7 p.m., at Clarendon College in the Bairfield Building. Therewill be no admission 00eting Planned Workshop Held here will be a Bronco Others meeting on Mon- february 21st at 5 p.m. at the Queen. Please make an ef- mtCme t this meeting as it is for all Bronco Mothers cipate in planning the All s Banquet. See you therel p Barcfield, superintendent of CISD, and five board members par- pated in an Interactive Telexonference Workshop at Clarendon School February State School Boards Associations of Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Wadfington and Texas sponsored '*Teaming for Success: School Board-Su- pintend Re ttio". The CISD S-  ..wa t used to bring the TI-IN network to 0cat trustees Elmonette Btvens, Phil Fletcher, Der- leue Graham, Dan Hall and Lynue W'dliams. Champion Of Speech Meeting no PTA March 1, to a school holiday. wm be Apre partidpant by Charlle Smith On January 22nd, the CHS Speech Team traveled to Hereford to attend their annual Speech Meet. The Hereford Speech Meet is host to over 20 schools, and in each event, more than 30 students participated. Jeremy Hicks read poetry, while Jason Lee, Jennifer Simpson, Beth Barbee, and Charlie Smith spoke. After three rounds of Jennifer, Beth, and Charlie  the . Later, at the awards assemb- ly, Jennifer placed 3rd in Informa- tive Speaking. Charlie placed 1st in Penuasive Speaking, and Beth placed 4th in Pers,.ve Speaking. Coach and sponsor Jean Smven- hasen rod, I am very plemnd wlth the performance of my teams. Each student performed above average, and I am proud of them alL" will play their last four games on their home court as they take on South Plains College Thursday, February 17; NMMI Saturday, February 19; Frank Phillips Col- lege Monday, February 21; and Ok- lahoma Baptist Wednesday, February 23. All games will start at 7:30 p.m. and everyone is invited to attend. The Bulldogs in their quest to make the national tournament are lead by sophomore scorers Dennis Ellison, El Paso; Alexis Landfair, Indianola, Mississippi; and Karl Joseph, Lake Charles, Louisiana. Freshman Jason Tollete, El Paso balances out the Bulldogs scoring and rebounding attack. The nation- al tournament for small colleges will be held March 7-11 in Flint, RAY FULENWIDER, Christian Family Connselor. Family Values Workshop Coming Asa service to the community of Clarendon, the Clarendon Church f Christ is holding a Christian Family Values Workshop. The sessions are open to all interested people regardless of where they attend church--or do not attend. There is no charge for the program. The guest speaker is Ray Fulenwider, a Christian family counselor from Amarillo. He will present a Biblical, non-secm__rian approach to dealing with family struggles. "We feel very strongly that this is a major need in our community and throughout the nation," said Mike Suiter, Minister at the church. 'Whis is our contribution to the Clarendon community to help strengthen families. There has never been a greater need for this than now." He assures anyone interested that, they will not be disappointed with the man or the message. The first session is on Saturday from 10:00 'til 2.', with a free lunch provided. The topic for 10:00 is "How to Stay in Love". The afternoon subject is "Christian Homes, Hope of the Nation." The second session is on Sunday from 9:30 'til 2.' with a potluck luncheon served at 11:30, The first topic on Sunday is "Christian Principles to Train Our Children". The second subject is "The Marriage Commitment". The afternoon lesson is titled "How Important Is The Salvation of Your Children?" Library Begins Storyte00ng Hour HEREFORD SPEECH MEET WINNERS, Beth Barbee and Charlle Smith.  by D. mmmm. Burton Memorial Library's storytelling hour is off to a good start. Twenty-three children dpated in a wonderful hour storyteller, Debbie Howard, on Monday, February 7, and with Jondel MoffetUon February 14. The program will continue each Monday afternoon through April from 4:00p.m.-5:00p.m. Different storytellers will present a variety of literary entertainment for Donley County children. Be sure your child isn't  this opportunity to develop an appreciation for some of the finest children's literature.