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5 aNDON LADY BRONCOS: Christina Hommet, Feliria Robinson, r Knorpp, Mandy Floyd, Elizabeth McAnear, Carrie Shields, Kelly n, Stephanle Floyd and Korey Knorpp. sity Girls Clarendon .35 Panhandle....73 he Clarendon girls lost to Panhandle, Friday, night and Je girls won their third asmct fl0e. Feficia Robin- ad the scoring for Clarendon 12 points and Elizabeth Me- had 10 points. Record for r was 8-17 overall and 1-4 in eond half of district play. ring anyone interested in helping will meet at 9 a.m. the first three Saturday&apos;s in March. The fields are in sad shape and need lots of work. Sign-up date for this years season will be March 28 at the gym. They are looking forward to a good year. Officers for 1994 are Terry Floyd, president; Mike Spier, vice president; Annett Osburn, secretary/treasurer and Benny Os- Udynts [rticlpate In Ry-three dedicated stu- dents and seven sponsors ed to Lubbock Cooper UIL tional Meet, Saturday. The bleft at 4:45 am. and returned 0 p.m.. In spite of some stiff etition, long hours, and little veryone competed well. e following students home medals and ribbons: 3rd-Amy Thornberry, ewis, 1st place team: (Amy =rry, Ty Lewis, Shonda :! Jeremy Annis); Literary m: 2nd-Deana Nazworth; iJUter Selenee:4th-Amanda v 3rd place team- (Amanda Danny McCampbell, and Y Alexander); Calculator:. Michael McKinney; Per- Slxaklag: 1st-Beth Bar- .harlie Smith; Informa- .... 7 Slmaklng: 3rd-Jennifer ton, 4th-Jason Lee; Current : 5th-Darren Spier. Other students participating ied, Grog Collins, Evan W'd- s, Ben Ballard, Casey ader, Stacey Alexander, Tim , Mandy Floyd, Brandi an, Clint Green, Kristy , and Jeremv Hicks. ,.11 Lc son !ii!iiii!i!iiii League ting Held the Clarendon Little League net Sunday, February 13 at ire Station. President Terry called the meeting to order. inutes were read and a as report was given. ad raisers were discussed. rt was given on the "Cans" These cans are place at all finesses in town. The letters for team spousor- d signs were presented. to be in the mail Monday. Mso discussed was clean-up e fields. Weather permit- e.nmm. rA mM A Subeo of  Comun TM Clarenbon .ews burn, head umpire. Anyone interested in coach- ing, umpiring or helping in anyway they can contact and of the officers. The Lions Tale by Gene Alderson The Clarendon Lions Club held its regular meeting at noon on Tuesday, February 8, 1994 at the Lions HaIL Fourteen mem- bers and one guest were in atten- dance. Dee Williams was also present and she played the piano for them. They enjoyed lunch and then the meeting was called to order by Boss Lion Chambliss. Fol- lowing the regular opening ceremony, one item of business was voted on and the meeting was ad- journed. BRONCO BASKETBALL QUEEN AND KING, Korey Knorpp and Chad Campbell. Photo by D. Romans. Cotton Growers Meeting Set Plains Cotton Growers (RPCG) will hold their An- nual Meeting at 10:00 a.m. on Wed- nesday, February 16, at the Taylor County Fairgrounds in Abilene. Their meeting is being held in con- lunction with the Big Country Farm and Ranch Show. Stamford based RPCG is an organization of cotton producers and associated businesses, working together to promote their products and increase profits for their in- dustry. RPCG represents growers throughout 29 counties of the Roll- mgPhins. The meeting is scheduled for 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and is being held in the Round Building, (for those attending last year - they've promised this building is warmer). The farm show opens at 9 am., so An00t<,insumnce .tune-up could give your money more 00nileage. Let me check out the coverage you have on your car. I might be able to save you some money. Stop by soon and I'll run all V  Y 3 in cwff] ft nf] o the details by you. IUU.I.I. 111 UUL[ 1 IU ILIO. J & KAR SIMMO AIIslale" (8o6) 874-3506 or (8O0) 999-6t45 310 S. Keamey, Clarendon, "IX " 1993 Mlstate Insurance Company, Nonhbrook, Illinois. DIAL-A-RIDE Do you live in Clarendon or Donley, Armstrong, Briscoe or Hall County? If so, Dial-A-Ride is available to you! -What is Dial-A-Ride? Specialized ".urb to curb" transportation service for the general public. -Where can it take me? It will take you anywhere you want to go in Clarendon, Donley, Armstrong, Bdscoe, Hall County, or Amarillo. -What if I am in a wheelchair?. Upon request, handicapped accessible vehicles are available, with drivers who are trained to transport persons with disabilities. Medical Transportation and approved Medicaid transportation takes pdodty over other types of trips. -How much does it cost? . 50 a one way trip in Clarendon, or, 27.5 a mile outside Clarendon city limits. Minimum $3.00 one way trip. ( Ca1 office for information on reduced fees) -Who do ! call? ca, Panhandle Transit, 874-2573. (7"tip should be scheduled 24 hours in advance) I Thursday, February 17, 1994 COREY FIELDS flies past a Pan- ther in Friday night's game. Photo by Shelley Tongata come early for coffee and registra- tion. All cotton producers, as well as anyone interested in the cotton industry, are invited to attend. There is no cost for the meeting or the farm show. Lunch will be provided by industry sponsors. They are asking that you call the RPCG office at (915)773-2581, or contact your gin manager to let them know how many will be at- tending. An excellent meeting is planned this year, starting with a short overview of current legisla- tive issues affecting cotton producers. There will then be an extensive panel discussion of boll weevil eradication efforts. The panel will include Woody Ander- son and Frank Myers of the Texas Boll Weevil Eradication Founda- t.ion; Bill Grefenstette of USDA- APHIS; Dr. Tom Fuchs with Texas A & M Extension Service; and Dr. Andy Jordan with the National Cotton Council. Texas Agricultural Commis- sioner Rick Perry will address the group right before lunch. Then Congressman Charles Stenholm will be the keynote speaker during lunch, with an update on USDA reorganization and other impor- tant federal agricultural issues. One of the major causes of energy loss in a home is poor insulation. And loss of energy can mean loss of money. Adding insulation to your attic is one of the easiest ways to add comfort and efficiency to your home. For more energy saving information, call the Good Cents people at West Texas Utilities Company. WEST TEXAS UTILITIES COMPANY A Central and South West Company L In" Stock Now! 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