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Page 2 Archaeology Convention Set plans are being firmed for the Archaeology Convention to be held in Clarendon March 26th and 27th, Dclbert Trew From the Devil's Rope Museum at Mclean will bring a selection of barbed wire to add to the exhibits already scheduled. On Sunday Jack Hughes will lead tours to Indian sites at Green Belt Lake and Gerald Schultz will lead tours to Clarendonian types sites. Come and join us for this entertaining and informative weekend. Name REGISTRATION FORM Street or P.O Box City. Slate. ZIP No. of Persons Enclosed Prc-Rcgistration (,$10 00 $ __ (Postmarked ma or before March 10) Registration @$1S00 $ Luncheon @$ 6.00 $ __ Banquet & Speaker __ @$12.00 $ __ Speake Onty @ s 5.0o $ __ Total $__ Exhibitors and Booksellers: 2hock here to r a spa(c: [] Tours Hughes -- No. goin :hul -- No. goin Return w your heOg to: Billie Shaffer P.O. Box 923 Clarendon TX 79226 Pathfinders Meet Fthfinder Club met eb.11,1994 at Patching Club House at their regular meet- ing time of 3:pm. The meetingwas opened with reading of Club Col- lect. Minutes were read with three corrections: officers Par- liamentarian, Murle Butts and Historian,Dorothy White were elected with other officers. Once again, Anita Mooring was present. Treasurer, Tena Powell was absence but she sent word that the balance was the same as last month. Roll call was answered with your favorite historical or literary lovers. Visitors introduced were Rinda Burleson and Patty Holman of Silverton, associates of Mar- garet Smith who operates the Cap Rock Florist at Silverton. The title of the Program was 'Treasures in Our Pastures." We were shown bleached and dyed weeds which are finding a market world wide to Florist and Gift Shops. Beautiful Swages, wreaths, dried arrangements of any sort or size were demonstrated. Seasonal decorations that one would never recognize as being native are being used and proudly tagged with Texas Department of Agriculture -grown in Texas tags. The warehouse and display room for this innovative business is 2 blocks off the square at Sflverton. Hostess Frankie Henson, Anita Mooring and Polly Sarich served red velvet cake with valen- tine trimmings and coffee and nuts to the following members: Murle Butts, Nita Mooring, Naomi Green, Pearl Hermesmeyre, Lucy Saye, Jo Shaller, and Mary Jane Smith. gbt Clarenben .ftws VowS Exchanged KTatherine Anne Hoobler and roy W. Monroe exchanged wedding vows at two o' dock on the afternoon of February Twelfth, nineteen hundred ninety-four. Set- ting was the First United Methodist Church in Paducah. Dr. Tilden Armstrong performed the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hoobler of Iowa Park. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Monroe of Hedley. The brides grandmother, Mrs. Flossie Holman of Childress, and Mrs. Polly Hoobler of Boerne also attended. Ringbearer and flower girl were Paul and Devon Monroe of HeAley, Children of the groom. The bride's maid of honor was her sister, Cayla Hoobler of Iowa Park. Bridesmaid was Sandra Holman, cousin of the bride, of Paducah, They were identically dressed in tea length taffeta and lace dresses. Each carried a long- stemmed cranberry lily intertwined with cranberry and te ribbon. The groom's best man was his brother, Tony Monroe of Mem- phis. Another brother, Jeremy Monroe of Hedley was groomsman. They wore black Tilde jackets, candlelight ruffled shirts, and black wranglers. Ushers were John Holman, the bride's cousin, of Paducah and Rick Springer, the groom's brother-in-law, of Memphis. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore her mother's wedding dress which her maternal grandmother made in 1968. Her dress was candlelight formal prin- cess style with a lace bodice and a MRS. TROY MONROE high round neck. The long lace sleeves were scalloped at the wrists. The attached train, also of lace. The bodice and train were ac- cented with tiny seed pearls. Her bouquet was an arrangements of beige, teal, and cranberry roses, lilies, hydrangea blooms, and baby's breath. The bride wore her paterna ! grandmother's pearls, Pal Simpkins earrings, her mother's blue garter, and a 1973 penny for her birthyear in her shoe. Something new was her hat. The couple participated in lighting the unity fire. After the an- I00ASH,ON APPARC00 I 215 S Keamey 874-2178 Clarendon, TX 79226 pm4ml| melmmm mll | m mml| mml(m||||l|l|# ||m ||| mm ||m m |m|m|mmmmmmmm|mmm|m||m|m | m| | me mmm| : . ) , Ot e , : ' l,.t to n Bo= shop] to 6.0n .. ._ E. , ...-.o..-, ! = 11 = I I I 1 i , : [ lished weekly for $16.50 per t00"a00ery -oo.c_. i  | $20.00 per year out-of-eount, r0100  by Bob Williams, dba The : Clarendon Press, 103 s. 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Deadlines for news and : RUBY'S FRIED CHICKEN : articles are normally Mon- | g day at $:00 p.m. Pictures i must be taken by Friday at 5:00 p.m. The deadline may be : : altered fop holidays. | Any erroneous reflec- | tion upon the character of i | any person or firnappearing | | in these columns will be glad- | ly and promptly corrected :: "Tell us what you want to eat!" :| upeapaper, sbeingatteattoLbrought to,, the | Highway 28'/East /  g  : ) _.(-.. g l  MEMBER j , )lm I I I l Illl Illl ll Illlllllllll Ilmllltl Ill I llllllllllllllll Ill III lllllllmlllll m Thursday, March {sdajo. each scallop. Cranberry eented the sanctua Mary Clark provided prelude processional was Man's Desiring" and! Chorus". Recessional pet Voluntary". sister, sang "Forever's I'll Go", "Miracles", Weddi-g Song". The bride'= was decorated with berry roses flight. The miniature groom atop the cake was bride's parents' Serving cake and Lacey Beck and Marth nouncement of marriage, they celebrated holy communion as The groom's featured a bride and chapel Angle Monroe sister-in-law, and Regina served the cake and Serving in the were Susan Dunlap, win, Rita Tucker, Ufley. Wedding Pal Simpkius. The a 1991 High School Clarendon College western She their first act as a family. The alter area was accented with two seven-branch candelabra decorated with white stock, teal gladiolas and greenery. Two wicker baskets of gladiolas flanked the alter. The alter rail was draped in scallops of white netting. A notive vices at West Texas A &] Groom graduated from Oklahoma High SchooL farmer at Hedley. Following a San Antonio and the Monroes are at Hedley. 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