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April 7, 1994

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April 7, 1994 ton, Eda Wallin, Ellie Won, Karen Wortham, Mary MeAnear, News Marilyn Nichols and Kolette S Mireles. They were grateful for Tuesday, March 26, 1994, t had 65 in attendance for Bill Hedges opened the f a prayer. The March elks were: Tennie Smith, Oneta Sanders, Thel- Verdie "lipton, Ann ran, Dolly Cole, Willie , Ellie W'dkinson, and Red We had one anniversary our supper, Buddy Derr. Pictures were of our honorees. Winners of Buddy Den, and Our entertainers were the Nifty 50's Marty Clark, Ted- Donna Davis, Johnnie , and Jaussetta Martin put program of Golden Oldies and skits while Frankye a great time. , want to thank John and the donuts from ty's Children are tickets for the Allen Circus which will be held Saturday, April 16, There will be performances 5:30 p.m. Rides will the circus The center has advance available. Adult tickets are On Friday, April 1, the center 19th birthday with a Easter dinner. They full house with 72 people for Two character members Tennie Smith and were there. They the poster-size birthday appreciate their march They were: Ann Murle Butts, Helena Lee Caskey, Hazel Guy, Henderson, Cora Hamilton, Kidd, Juanita and Bill FredRiley, Margie and Mike Billie Taylor, Verdie Tip- de in &,.._ s are '€*n raxris ,76, of ey, died Tuesday, erviees were held at 2:30 1, in First Baptist the Rev. Bright pastor, and the Rev. officiating. Burial was Cemetery by Spicer Home of Memphis. Farris was born in Heal- and a member of Christ. He mar- Pearl Shannon in 1933 at include his wife; a Farris of Hedley; a Erma Lee Young of a sister Ruth David- Amarillo; four and three great- THANKYOU LAND & SEA - PETS " * Fish (Saltwater & Fresh) * Pet Supplies "0 * Birds , (Domestk. Handralsed) * Foods "o Science Diet 0 Nutro Max • 0 Be k gilli Bozafth 1936 Civic Circle (Woiflin Square) 0 Amarillo, TX 79109 (806) 352-4371 O O "We're your neighbors." ,. o .°* their faithfid volunteers. The Board of Directors invite everyone to a farewell dinner honoring Nova Neuhaus. After 4 1/2 years as the centers director Nova is moving to Amarillo. This will be a pot luck supper starting at 6:30 p.m. with entertainment featuring Jay Riley and some of his musicians doing country and western music. MEMORIALS: Thomas Perkins by Eda Wallin; J• Baldwin by Carmen Wright. FACILITY USE: Senior Citizen Dance Club; Weight Watchers REMINDER: BLood pres- sure clinic will be Tuesday, April 5, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Blood sugar clinic will be held Tuesday, April 5, from 10 a.m.-12 noon. Senior Citizens Menu April %13 "I'nursday. Pork Cutlet w/Gravy, Steamed Cabbage, Blackeyed Peas, Autumn Fruit Salad, Bread Pudding w/Sauce, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Milk Friday:. Beef Stew w/Potatoes, Tomatoes, Car- rots, Celery, Onion, Pickled Beets, Tropical Apple Crunch, Cornbread, Coffee, Tea, Milk Monday. Smothered Chicken, Parsley Potatoes, Green Beans, Waldorf Salad, Lemon Pie w/Topping, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Milk Tuesday. Baked Fish Sticks, Confetti Rice, Corn Nuggets, Coleslaw, Plum Cobbler, Bread, Coffee, Tea, Milk Wednesday:. Roast Beef w/Natural Gravy, Mini Baked Potatoes, Green Peas Orange Pineapple Delight, Butterscotch Pudding w/Top- ping, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Milk Calendar of Events Tnursday. Exercise 11 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m. Friday. Exercise 11 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m. Monday. Exercise 11 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m., Dance Practice 7-9 pan., Line Dance Practice 6:00 p.m. Tuesday. Exercise 11 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m., Tuesday Night Dance, Community Building 7-9 p.m. Wednesday. Exercise 11 aan., Lunch 11:30 Ma.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m. J The Clarenbon tws Contest Announced Young people in Clarendon will have a chance to put their stamp on the world by par- ticipating in an environmental postage stamp design contest an- nounced February 28,1994, by the U.S. Postal Service and McDonald's family restaurants. Local postmaster Lonnie Davis is looking forward to help- ing kids get involved in the contest. "I hope this effort opens a new world to our youth," said Postmaster Lonnie Davis. "Com- bining kids' interests in the en- vironment and stamp collecting promises to be fun for everyone. 1 hope that many of our local youth participate in the contest, and who knows, maybe someone from Clarendon will be the winnerl" The contest invites kids from the 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia, ages eight through 13 as of April 30, 1994, to design an official U.S. postage stamp depicting ways to protect, preserve or restore the environment. Contest winners will join a small select group of internation- ally acclaimed artists whose art has appeared on U.S. postage stamps. This contest marks the first time this generation of kids has had the opportunity to enter such a com- petition. Two finalists will be selected from each of the states and the District of Columbia. Each will receive a $100 U.S. Savings Bond (value at maturity) and a framed copy of their artwork. Four win- ners selected from the 102 finalists will receive the finalist prir and an additional $3,000 in U.S. Savings Bonds (value at maturity), and a trip for three people to Washington, D.C. to attend the first day of issue stamp ceremony. Best of all, their design will be printed on mini•us of U.S. postage stamps. Contest rules and entry forms will be available beginning March 4, at post offices and par- ticipating McDonald's restaurants nationwide. In addition, the Post- al Service and McDonald's have sent environmental education kits to elementary and middle schools across the country. The kits in- clude environmental education ac- tivities for teachers to use in the classroom. Of the 50 million Americans who have ever collected stamps, most started their collections as children. Stamp collecting is the world's most popular hobby, and the environmental stamp design contest offers the Postal Service the opportunity to introduce the hobby to a new generation. I 'S IV 00ngli00b, Stottiab anlJ "[I II American :furniture II I I_ trbrax. mullets, tlatl rtt ..-LI Also Depression Glass, Pollen3 & Much More (_ Lagaumgs Welcomel 107 S. Keemey, Clarendon Students can participate in the contest if they are a legal U.S. residents and are ages eight through 13 as of April 30, 1994. Individuals unable to visit a post office or McDonald's may obtain official contest rules by sending a stamped, self- addressed envelope to "Stamp Rules," P.O. Box 689, Gibbstown, N.J. 08027-0689. Ver- mont residents need not affix return postage. No purchase is necessary. All entries must be marled and received by April 30, 1994. Children of Postal Service or McDonald's employees are not eligible to participate. Both the Postal Service and McDonald's have been recognized for their environmental achieve- ments. The Postal Service operates the largest compressed natural gas (CNG) alternative fueled delivery fleet in the nation and recycles nearly 345,000 tons of waste each year, generating about $1,350,000 million in revenue an- nually. McDonald's purchases ap- proximately $200 million Worth of recycled products each year as part of an overall effort that earned the company the President's Environ- mental and Conservation Chal- leage Award in 1991. SLIM SIDES DOUBLE S TV & VCR REPAIR P.O. Box 750 Clarendon, Tx. 79226 Ph. (806) 874-5081 Vote for George Howard for School Board Trustee, May 7,1994 "I have been involved with young people for many years. I am involved in Clarendon FFA and Donley Coun- ty 4-H and have been for the past ten years. I coached Little League Baseball for seventeen years. I am very interested in becoming involved in the education of our children." Save on Circus Tickets yesterday's Children will be A selling advance circus tickets all day on Friday, April 1, at B & R Thriftway. Don't miss out on the savings. Tickets at the gate are $6.00 for children, ages 2 through 11, and $8.00 for adults. Buy your tickets now and savel Advance tick- ets are $4.00 for children and $6.00 for adults. Help Yesterday's Children and have yourlf a great time under the Big Top on April 16, when Allen Bros. bring the circus to town. Page 3 -- -- - . ................ ...... . llllllllllllll |l |ll | $111|l |ltll IlllllUlOOll|l! I • • No Job Too Large or Too Small • • B.J. 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