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April 14, 1994

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services for Margaret of Garland, Texas 10:30 a.m. Friday in with Rev. Car Graveside ser- will be held at Saturday at Citizens , in Clarendon. Mrs. Frey 1910 in Claren- away April Texas. Frey finished college at College and taught years in Amarillo she married. She lived in April 14, 1994 Clarksville. Her husband preceded her in death in 1968 and a son in 1985. Survivors include 2 sons, RJ. Winkle of Alba, Texas, Bill Winkle of Clarendon. Five daughters, Enyalee Blalock of Talco, Nell Bur- row of Clarendon, Winnie Lynch of Lubbock, Linnie Pitchford and Marie Mills of Snyder; two sisters, Rena Shoulders, Clarksville and Lucilee Hadaway of Bowie, Arizona, 26 grandchild, and several great great grandchildren. Attending funeral services from Clarendon were: Ben and Nell Burrow, Calvin and Bryon Burrow, Nelda and Gabrielle Lunsford, and Bill, Vel, Raymond and Andy W'mlde. cities moving to Gard, in 1977. She was a Senior Citizens and a member of the Church of Garland in church work until Years. include her hus- (Frank) Frey of Gar- of San An- Margaret F. Rowlett, Tx, and six for Eunice Magnolia were held Saturday, 1994 in the Chapel of Texas Home. at Mrs. Winkle died in home, March 31, she had been a resi- in Sherry, Texas, Oc- 1906. She had lived all her Red River County until with her daughters 9 She married George February 9, 1929 in Menu April 14-20 ursday: Sweet n Macaroni Spinach, Tossed Apple Des- Roll, Coffee, Chicken Fried Zucchini Pear Half w/Cob Cinnamon Cookies, Garlic ,Tea, Milk Grilled Fried Steak Cream Potatoes, bts, Fresh Spinach Blueberry Sour aPie, Wheat Roll, Col- Milk Pork Green Beans, Applesauce, Pastries, Roll, Coffee, Tea, Wedaesday. BBQ Onion Rings, t, Potato Salad, Bread, Coffee, Calendar of Events aursday. Exercise 11 k, Lunch 11:30 a.m., 12:30-3 Board Exercise 11 a.m., 11;30 a.m., Games Monday:. Exer- a.m., Lunch 11:30 Games 12:30-3 p.m., Practice 7-9 p.m., /)ance Practice 6 p.m. Exercise 11 am., Pressure Clinic 9 p.m., Lunch 11:30 Games 12:30-3 p.m. Exercise 11 11:30 a.m., pJ & SEA - PETS *sh (Saltwater & Fresh) "* * Pet Supplies * irds . ., : (mestk, Handratsea/ o .'oods "o 8cdence Diet 0 Nutro Max 0 & Wiili Bozarth 1936 Civic Circle ) (Wolflin Square) O Aarillo, TX 79109 (806) 352-4371 O "e'r 0 e your neighbors." , e *** News Irene Jones shared a beautiful bouquet of tulips with them at the Senior Citizens center this week Verdie Tipton and Ann Bunyan donated a large coffee pot and kitchen ladle from the Old Arts and Crafts. Thank you ladiesl They will put these items to good USe. They appreciate the donuts from John and Sharon Rattan of The Donut Shop. They want to thank Mike Suiter for tilting in for Carmen Wright last Tuesday doing 44 blood pressure checks. Also they thank Kimberly Quality Care for doing blood sugar tests for them. The board of directors met Thursday, April 7, 1994, for their regular monthly meeting. The monthly operating report was reviewed. The board elected to make a revision to the Senior Citizens Policy and Procedures Guidelines by adopting a code of conduct provision which will be posted on the bulletin board. They are happy to report that attendance for their noon meal had increased. The board of directors want to remind everyone to come to Nova's farewell party at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 14. This will be a potluck supper with Jay Riley and some of his muscians providing the The Clarenbon ws entertamnnent. REMINDERS: Golden Spread Hearing Aid Clinic will be Thursday, April 21, from I0 a.m. - 12 noon. Blood Pressure Clinic will be Tuesday, April 19, from 10 a.m. - I p.m. CPR Certification Clarendon College will be of. fering the Red Cross Cr- tification Course for adult and child/infant cardiopulmonary resuscitatiom The &hour course will meet April 19 and 20 from 6:00 p.m. to 10.q30 p.m. in room 10I 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. HELPING OUR IENVIRONMENT: /NATIONAL TREE /TRUST NEWS Tree Topics (NAPS)--Cleaner air, less dam- age from floods and many more environmental benefits come from planting trees, experts agree. Community Tree Planting pro- grams promote the "greenlng" of America. That's why the Community Tree Planting Program of the National Tree Trust is so impor- tant. The Trust, a non-profit group created as part of the 1990 "America the Beautiful" campaign, receives seedlings from a coalition of forest product companies across the country which makes up its Tree Bank. These seedlings are You are cordially invited to a reception honoring instructors Virginia James & Jack Moreman Upon their retirement from Clarendon College Saturday, April 16, 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. BarefieM Activity Center Barbecue 11:30 ,Community Building Rodeo 1:00p.m. at the Rodeo Grounds Cowboy Poet Larry McWhorter 7:00 p.m. at the Barefield Activity Center III I IIII Vote for George Howard for School Board 2htst.e 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." generally one year old and can be either plug or bareroot. The Trust will provide volunteer groups with an available species list and their general seed source. If appropriate seedling stock is not available from the Tree Bank, the Trust will work with a local volunteer agency to arrange for the collection, processing and storage of suitable seeds for the region. The nurseries participating in the Tree Bank will receive the seeds, plant them and raise the seedlings. The seedlings will then be used for the Community or Highway Tree Planting Program in the region where the seeds were collected. For additional information about the National Tree Trust and how you can help, call 1-800-846- TREE. T-Shirts For Sale B.gnCO mothers are now sell- t-shirts that display the '94 season accomplishments, the popular saying "Hoop there it is" and the names of the coaches and players who gave such an exciting season. What a keepsake. Shirts are now available in maroon or white in sizes medium, large, x-large, or xx-large. Cost of the shirt is $15.00. To purchase your shirt, see Debbie Hines at the school, Terri Floyd at the Nook or contact Melinda McAnear at 874- 2377. Community support this season has been greatly ap- preciated. "L 1 2. ":'::":::::::::::- "::::::================================================i ================================================================= Page 3 A clear plastic hanging shoebag makes an excellent storage con- tainer for small toys. An auto inmmnce .tune-up could give your money more mueage. Let me check out the coverage you have on your car. I might be able to save you some money. Stop by soon 00ngood hand00 the get*Is by youY0u00'e 310 S. Kearney, Clarendon, Tx. (806) 874-3506 1-800-999-6145 1993 Mlstate Insurance Company, Nonhbrook, Illinois J B Remodeling for all your home improvement needs. James AIImond,owner, 874- 2578. Fifteen years' experience in all phases of construction, (Carpentry, wallpaper, paint- ing, electrical, etc.) tuamy work at reasonable prices" Local roencan available. A little loan can make a BIG difference to a small business! When a small business needs a new computer or an addi- tional plece 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. BRnJ4-TRUST OF CLARENDON II II I