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40 947O4O ISSN 1048-8170 "Oldest thriving town in the PanhandleF Thursday, April 7, 1994 Vol 5, Number 14 To Be 1 Music 21arendon In- be present- April 14, 1994. This will feature students from 7th, and 8th grades. Each will perform and then to make a 65 voice choir. be April 14, 1994 p.m. in the High School Bapt/st Sets e vival services will begin Sun- April 1001 at First Bap- of Clarendon, and will thorough Wednesday, Lath. Sunday services will L at 10:55 am. and 7:00 pan., , services beginning at A noon prayer nmet- at 12:25 p.m. each day lunch. Robert Helsley will be Bro. Helsley has First Baptist Texas for the for the week will be the direction of johnny Who is presently serving .as Amarillo, Texas. be an all-church April 10th, fol- morning worship ser- will provide an oppor- acquainted with the On Monday evening be special activities for and indud- Special activities th and up, will Wednesday eve- EVeryone is invited to attend. available for those ;it. Tuesday, April 12, on Street in Clarendon. spinninggood Music from 7 to g finger food for snacks Everyone is invited Admission is $2.00 per AMANDA WARD, a jtmlee at Clareadea High Seheol will reeeive the Xerox Award in the Hnmanlfletodal Sdenee,, preseated by Xerox Cot. peeation. Xerox Award winners are selected on the basis of scholarship in the humanities or social sciences, leadership and communl ..ee. Amk / her Xz Award dsrhS a pmt It end of the duelar. ewmae beenome tealqfera Xe Schehnh at the Unlv of behestu', N.Y. Amanda is  daushter e(itee and 13e Ward of Clareninn. Commodities To Be Distributed League will hold a final day, Saturday, April 1. am. to 12.-00 at the boys and girls of Claren- for year and te ever. r at 9:00 a.m. will also just A reminder! If you have not yet rexertified for commodities, you will need to do so before the next distnoution if you want to avoid having to stand in two lines. Those who have already re.cerfifi will be served first, first come, first serve; then those who sign up that day will be served on a first come, first served basis. Remember to bring proof of income, social security numbers for all family members, and proof of residency. If you are picking commodities up for someone else YOu will Imve to lmve a nete Ikem tlmt lmrmm ttatlag tlmt they authmqm Yon to Pick limit cemmodlt  fee them. No m,ptimm! One note per calendar year is an that is uecessm. Carlene Hollar and volun- teers will be distributing corn- modifies in the old courthouse in Clarendon on Friday, April 15, 1994, between the hours of 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Robbie Hill and vm- tears will be distributing cony modifies in Hadley at the Hadley ..... Senior Citizens Center between the hour of 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. The same requirements apply to both places. CPR Cerafwaaon o00ere00 child/infant eardiopulmonary renscitation. The 8-hour course will meet April 19and20 from6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. in room 101 of the main administration Building in Clarendon. The course cost will be $10.00, plus book. Registration will be held the first class nighL For additional information, con- tact Kelvin Sharp at 874-3571. Mozart to be Presented panh00d00 music and theater buffs "and anyone who just loves a rousing good time," says Mila Gibson, are invited to see Mozart's "The Magic Flute," gala Spring offering of Amarillo Opera, April 14-15-16-17 at Amarillo College Concert Hall Theater. Gibson, Artistic Director for the opera, says the tickets, $7..50, open seating, go on sale April 11. Performances start at 7:30 p.m. and the Sunday matinee on April 17 is 2:30 p.m. An extra performance - Thursday, April 14, has been added to the previously announced schedule. The Friday, April 15 performance is for "Magic Evening" Gala attendees only. Soprano Erma Rush is "Queen of the Night." Steve Weber, Brenda Litucr and Joe Bolin have starring roles. Grade Eddius of Pampa is cast as Papagena. Her male counterpart - Papagenp - is double cast with Amarillo Opera favorites Kelly Teal and Dale Jllot. Amarillo Symphony Conductor J ames Setapen is Music Director/Con- ductor for 'q'he Magic Flute." Like all Amarillo Opera productions, this one will be performed in english. Original costumes have been created for Amarillo Opera's "Magic Flute" from designs by Gene Murray. (Murray' s costume for the Night Queen is attatched.) Gibson says that the "innovative, brilliantly colorful costumes add mttch to this eutertaining production." There are several ways to enjoy Magic Flute, from Free to $75 per person! Friday night, April 15 BRAVO offers ``A Magic Evening" for the first 225 people who make reservations. The $75-per-person charge ($50 for BRAVO! Members) includes the performance, followed by a catered dinner, wines, and entertainment. Three "No Admission" events are scheduled. Wednesday, April 13, 12 N in the Oak/Acorn Room of the Amarillo College Student Union, Mila Gibson will introduce the opera as its principal performers. The Brown Bag Lunch is offered by AC Adult Student Services. Friday, April 15, 12 N, also in the Oak/Acorn Room of the AC Student Union,Dr. Robert Krause, WTAMU Professor of Opera History, will talk about "Magic Flute." This toos a brown bag lunch, offered by Amarillo Opera/BRAVO!, with drinks and dessert provided. A third free admission event, ``Opera in Miniature," Dr. Krause's synopsis of"Magic Flute," is scheduled at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 17 in the Amarillo College Choir Room - adjacent to the Concert Hall Theater where the matinee performance begins at 2:30. Genevieve CaldwelL Amarillo Opera/BRAVO[ representative in this community, promises "a magic experience" for opera-goers. She/He says that "sellout performances" are anticipated and urges those who wish to go to "call me now - 874 3792- for tickets" or mail ticket orders to "Amarillo Opera TICKETS, Box 447, Amarillo College, Amarillo TX 79178." The Box Office, 1st Level Amarillo College Commons, adjacent to the Concert Hall Theater, is open from Monday, April 11, 1-5 p.m. and one hour before performances. Collins Honored s. cont00 of Oaten- don High School, has received a certificate for being nominated for the outstanding Math/Science/computer Science Student by the Tmdy Technology Scholars program, in addition he was eligible to compe for one of the one hundred $1,000 scholar- ships awarded annually. This ls the fifth year that the Tandy Technology Scholars pro- gram has made awards to teachers and graduating seniors at American high schools. The academic top two per- cent of graduating seniors are eligible to receive certificates recognizing their academic E to HoldReunion achievement. STACEY AND CASEY ALEXANDER, slgaing a letter of inteat to attend Southwestern Oklahoma Uaiversity on a football scholarship, Staeey and Cuey are pktured with their pareats Mr. and Mrs. Rlcky Alexander, Hlsh Scheoi lwindpal Kent Hargh andcoach Mike Smith. Clarendon - The Clarendon College Ex-Students Assosiation will host its alumni weekend April 15, 16 and 17. This year will mark the 56th annual gathering of the college's alnmnL Saturday, April 16, will mark the busiest day of the reunion attendees. A barbecue scheduled for 11:30 am. at the community building will high- light the morning activitiea That evenin beginning at 7:00 lX at the Bairfield Activity Center, Clarendon College Ex-Student and cowboy Poet Larry McWhorter will provide the evening entertainment for banquet attendees. This will also be a special evening for the honor classes of '44, '69 and '84 as those in attendance will be specially recognized_ recognition of retiring instructors Jack Moreman and Virginia James will also i)o held. Other reunion activities for Saturday will include: 8.0 am. - Ex-Stu- dents Team Roping- Clarendon Arena; 9:00 a.m. - Special Receptions for retiring instructors Jack Moreman and Virginia James and the honor classes of '44, '69 and '84 - Bairfield Activity Center; 9;00 p.m. - Dance - Community 00uttdin00 Assault 00uogo of- Awareness feting the Red Cross Car- CHAD CAMEI sipln8 a letter of intmt to attmd Seu tiflcation Course for adult and OidahemaUaiversityonafmtlmllsdmlardp, Chadlaidameiwlthhia Month Set The Texas Department of ealth, Sexual Assault Prevention and Crisis services Pro- gram, and the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (TAASA) are co-sponsoring the Eleventh Annmd Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Apra 1994. During this month sextml as- sault programs across the state will lmt Mr. and Mr,.  Cam#en,  Sdnoei gtmdd Kmt and eeaeh Mike Smith. 199o's. If the ewpoint is slightly off the wall, that may be due to the absolute necessity of a sense of humor to survive in this business." Friends are invited to come and cheer Jo on in this endeavor, and eaemies are welcome to hiss and boo. , at the field, there g: Prognun to be starts. mek, at Prophedes" is still scheduled to be repeated on Sunday, April 10, 1994 from 6.'00- coaches meeting will be 10, at 2.0 p.m., coaches are attend for this team rules meeti00 will be held It 7:30 p.m. at All interested par- 8:00 p.m. NBC schedules this pro- there for a 1 night gram and, right now, they still plan to air it from 6:00-8.q)0 p.m. Invitation Given W rif of Cowboy Poetry, Jo Shaller, will be a headliner at the Big Texan's Cowboy Poetry Brunch on Saturday, April 901 at 9:.00 am. in Amarillo, Texas. Jo is a member of the South Western Cowtx Poets Assoclation and will perform some of her original poetry. qtile much of the peetry our association produces is based on a romantic view of the Old West of the 1890's, my poetry is about the realism of livlng on a ranch in the Story Hour Continues Only four more Mondays for your .children to enjoy the storytefiing hour being provided by Burton Memorial Library each Monday afternoon from 4.0-5.-00. We appreciate the fine job that storytellers, Howard, Jondel Moffitt, Mary Beth Nelson, and Charlie Smith are doing. We hope your children will keep r each Monday through the month of April intensify their efforts to promote public awareness of seud assault ssues, including the need for citizen involvement in reducing sexual assault Coy confronting rape supportive attitudes rather than relying entirely on the criminal jus- tice system), and the need to in- crease community support for agencies providing sexual asault crisis and educational services. For more information or to sdmdule a speaker for your group, contact Tralee Crisis' Center. There are only 56 sexaal assault lrOgrsms in.Texas. Tralee is proud f6 serve this community and the surrounding are& Or contact Lacey Sloan, President of TAASA, P.O. Box 684813, Austin, TX 78767 or voice mail 512/445-1049. TAASA is an organization of sexual assault programs/rape  centers and others who have joined together to support each other in their work and to provide the State of Texas and its citizens with a central source of information on sexual as- sault.