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February 17, 1994

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3 TM Clarenben .ftws FFA Shows Livestock Clarendon FFA recently participated in the 1994 Southwestern Ex- position and Livestock Show at Fort Worth. Those placing barrows and receiving an added bonus premium were Lana Moffet-2nd place, Medium weight, Chester White; Kyle Judd-7th place, Light weight, Black Poland; Jeremy Hicks-4th place, Medium weight, Berkshire; Ty Lewis 12th place, Heavy weight, Yorkshire; Jennifer Jackson-13th place, Medium weight, Spot; Jason Morrow-15th place, Medium weight, Cross; and Jason Ham-15th place Light weight, Cross. Others participating were Nathan Koontz, Suzy W'dliams, Tommy Thompson, Kyle Davis, and Justin Griffin. Approximately b1400 barrows participated in the show this year, and the Clarendon FFA Chapter placed 7 barrows. Thursday, February 17, 1994 As your FULL-TIME DISTRICT ATTORNEY I Will: Devote FULL-TIME to the D.A.'s office without the distraction of private practice. Eliminate the backlog of pending cases. Educate our youth about drugs, alcohol and the law. Aggressively prosecute felony offendem. Keep the victims Informed on cases. RANDALL SIMS - + +\\; C AMBLISS and Pat Archeleta show the cakes that the Perkins to raise money for scholarships. Treats Delivered Sweet treats for a serious purpose were delivered on the Clarendon College campus Valentine's Day. Dana Chamblissand Pat Archuleta show some of the Valentine DISTRICT SOLOISTS, Amanda Ballard, 2rid Division, Grade 1; Loub r Cheryl Adams. F_dlerbrook, 1st Division, Glade 2. The fancy decorated cakes a fund-raising scheme of the (vocational) office. In ad- covering costs, part of the for a $100 bond which essay contest. The essays are written about Woman scientist or mathe- by sixth through ninth students in the college ser- area. The winner will be an- at the "Expanding Your conference March 8. "Expanding Your Horizons" nlath and science is a day- long to encourage girls to take and science courses re- for many careers choices. Anyone may support the by ordering a cake to be for any event on campus town by calling 874-3443. Simpson placed 6th. The Claren- don team won the meet, talcing the Sweepstakes Award by almost 100 points. Contest Directors, Jean Stavenhagen and Kay Hayes seemed very pleased with the team's victory in the contest, and extended thanks to everyone who worked to make the contest a suc- cess. congratulations to all par- ticipants and winners, and good luck at Lubbock Cooper and Dis- trict meet. ALL REGION BAND members, Wade James and Aaron AshcraR. Not pictured: ELaley Hamilton and Krlsty Hankins. Photo by D. nms. learned something." The group returned home to the snow covered Panhandle slowly but safely. All agreed it was an ad- venture they would not forget. Clarendon Vms Sweepstakes by Deanna Nazworth COUNCIL ADVANCED LEADERSHIP PARTICIPAN'[: ,, Collins, Beth Barbee, Jason Lee, Amy Thornberry Green. Photo by D. Rammm. Visit ix student council members traveled to Lakeview Retreat Palestine, Texas on January ' The students attended an ad- leadership workshop. The was open only to stu- who attended a summer camp. This workshop, on a lake in the heart of the piney woods, was enjoyed by members from The students participating CHS were Greg Collins," Nazworth, Beth Barbee, Ciint Green and Lee. They were accom- Maurine Butts Romans. The bunch flew to Dallas from Amarillo and rented cars for the three hour drive. The workshop consisted of lectures and activities designed to construct and sharpen leadership skills of tomorrow's leaders. According to Romans, "This experience will greatly benefit the students and the council. I think the sponsors even 66To the victors belong the spoils," is definitely a quote that belongs to the Clarendon UIL teams. Clarendon High School recently held a UIL Invitational meet on January 29. Clarendon's Computer Science team, Stacey Alexander, Amanda Ballard, and Ben Ballard, took third place. Spellers, Ty Lewis and Jeremy Aunig placed 2nd and 4th respec- tively. Michael McKinney placed 6th in the Calculator contest. Greg Collins placed 3rd in Ready Writ- ing, while Beth Barbee took 6th place. In Literary Criticism, Kelly Laxson won 2rid place and Aman- da Ward won 4th place. The Lit Crit team, of which Evan Williams was the third member won 1st place in the team Category. In Number Sense, Amanda Ballard placed 5th. The Current Issues and Events team claimed 1st place while Jen- nifer Simpson, Charlie Smith, and Darren Spier placed 1st, 2nd, and 4th respectively. In the Journalism department, Jennifer Simpson placed 6th in Headline Writing. Feature Writing placed Mandy Floyd at 2nd and Lisa Hill at 3rd. Kelly Laxson and Mandy Floyd won 2nd and 3rd places in the Newswriting contest. Deana Naz- worth placed 1st in the Editorial Writing Contest, while Jennifer 13 47 17 Total Precip. / Mo.: 1-39" Total Precip. / Mo. Yr. Ago: 1.37" Total Precip. Yr. to Date: Total YTD Yr. Ago: 1.39" 1.37" Total Precip. Yr.: 1.39" II Illl I Stavenhagen Video A +little loan can make a BIG difference to a small business! When a small business needs a new computer or an addi- tional piece of equipment, a small loan can be a big help. At the First Bank and Trust, we want your business to grow. We want this community to prosper. We all share in Clarendon's economy. Come by and visit. Try our coffee and share your dreams. FIRST BRnH-TRus-r OF CLARENDON