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"TI:::r , The Clarendon Enterprise April 15, 2004 .&amp;  .'.'  O .a,,, n....... votin 00,00nann. Funds held promote rural tourusm = g I -- I -- Men 5 58 4 " Beets is the Continued from page one. -., s 33 49o 0z , Wed 7 62  50 0.40" as the race to bursement funds for brochures and ' Break Away from the Ordinary," a reimbursement funds to promote Reagan County - matching Thur 8 69 43 - fourth Turkey print and broadcast advertisements tri-county effort designed to spot- the Kames County Sesquicentennial reimbursement funds for posters, "t 190 04,, 4_o 0. ' h   to promote the city's Diez y Seis de light Hemphill, Lipscomb and Rob- Celebration, May 1, monor of the advertisements, direct mail, bill- sun 71 46 33 - this week with a Septiembre Celebration errs counties. Promotional materials county's 150th year. boards, and banners to promote the Total precipitation this month: = ' . . . . . .... Total precipitation to date: ted in her money City of Crowell - matching will encourage visitors to discover City of Madlsonvllle - match- Classic Sheepdog Trials to be held m ro,J precipitation in April last year: 5." She is followed by reimbursement funds for print and the art, music, and history of the ing reimbursement funds to promote Big Lake in November. Total YTO total last year: .L;_" th $4.94, Valorie broadcast advertising, promotional region, located near the Canadian the city's annual Texas Mushroom City of White Deer - matching e'EE 3.49, and Martha literature and direct mail to promote River adjacent to the Texas High Festival Oct. 15-16. reimbursement funds for banners -- -- the city's stargazing opportunities. Plains. Materials will spotlight the City of Miami - matching and brochures to promote the city s  Frida w Arll 16 [ ' /, f-, reports have said City of Dumas - matching Texas Prairie Rivers Musical in reimbursement funds to promote the annual rodeo. The event is held the ; Mostly Sunny trutting her stuff at reimbursement funds to spotlight the Canadian, the Canadian Arts Alli- city's Annual Cow Calling Festival, last weekend in July. : 67o/460 gin this past week- city's High Plains Ag Expo Aug. ance, the Naturally Yours Dance June 4-6 in Roberts County. The Hometown STARS program :r :ked for the support 24-26. Platform in Lipscomb County, and City of Perryton - matching provides up to $15,000 in matching s. City of Eden - matching reim- the High Plains Youth Art Show in reimbursement funds to promote reimbursements to rural Texas com-  "''S'' "": top four candidates bursement funds to remote the Fall Roberts Count Ochiltree County's Pioneer Days munities that are members of"Texas  varrly !ouoy nson' and Linda Fest' in Concho,Texas,P Sept. 24-26. City" of HcoY" - matching" rem-" Festwal" held the third" weekend m" Yes.V" to offset the cost of their' tour- ti bU/ZW have failed to break City of Hearne - matching bursement funds for banners, bye- August. iBm promotion efforts. ak, and other minor reimbursements for billboards, chures, advertising, and posters to City of Quanah - matching Application deadlines for ,, bunooy, April / lhave only registered promotional materials, direct mail, promote the city's 1st Annual Texas reimbursement funds for posters, the next round of funding will be  Portly Cloudy lage,, in the-voting.- -and Web site enhancements for the Steak Cook-off and Tourist Trap fliers, advertising, direct mail, and announced in April. For more infer-  45/34 rang election seems to Crossroads Music Festival, Sept. 25. event, scheduled to take place May billbods to promote the musica! mation, go to www.TexasYes.org ...... .ly" affair according Hemphill County - matching 22, 2004. show ' Pump Boys and Dinettes, or call (866) 4TEX-YES (866-483- Vl$1l us on me WeD Ol ' ' ............. unt ............ ich will be Me-' 29 30 9937  wwwClarendonOnline comlweafher  reimbursement runes to promote r, arnes k..o y -- [IiilttdiliIlg Wll y - 1. " ................ ' ...... . ,ve not had a single l up to the challenge," "r I IE Still one penny each, L O  t a:lg e Linda Gray. 0 I    iththe most money "r I '-" MOVIES i fourth annual Turkey /' tt//' i  held Saturday, Apdl ._JL([,,rlv New on Video ! ,llll'Pll[tl/ J Oecast in the jars of ' " ....... . i ll/I I///__ Ia:i eaZdidates at Sayes, I1 V--,,,, ad, /nlS weeK. ,qll..lII  ......  : ... . the Texas Steakout. ,.cu.,," o;,ss,F?r.'Z3, xgs9 l II I I llI Promote tourism in Explorer Post 2437 recently spent IIII .----I I .--- IB,II I/It !i ;. ! time learning the thrills of flying a llmBllllB IBIBIIII adtlal or organization light aircraft from Charles (Chuck) I I, "--" " --  /IIIIIllliiiiIliIIi flraising or having an Ekleberry. Explorers taking part in "----I--IlI l    LIIIII= tairdurin-th.---- the training were Shane Ashcraft, tl.ss .. I lIP l['I IIII il II ,tlI {)"tact-- ; " .utr.cy Jodi Kidd, Lee Gage, Robert Lee, "'Kill gllll" , It. lb," IIUll  II I I klIl"lI =erry AsKew at Nathan Lowrie, Christie Helms ..... f ! IIIII  .'li litlld 1' I r Ikl/l; Cindy Hermesmeyer, Andrea Ed- Ilnl I   IfI3kl.! II. 1i!12 '..._.___ wards, Kelly Edwards, Toni Breitling,   !  I   "lllliil lIl. Stephen Bivens, Megan Williams, , I ..... I I IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIlll III II IIII III IIIII IIIII I I FIniCal  Steven Davis Buddy Howard, and i ! i !'.*_ I-I  Michelle Chambliss. i + nuilted No"*h--- J i Luden's -- --- - lng  . i ( IH 50 Years Ago : '   Bath T,ssue Throat Drops 7Ci --11 I THEDONLrCouNrLE,oER April 15 954 [ 'r tJt [f lJ __ __ All varieties / 1 F sCeoel  " The Clarendon J;ycees i nstaled INTERNET i  I  P  [ ............................ ................... :po  / five new officers and two new direc- The most reliable and l  I ll I P T T TIlllJt ,. CI / toys last Friday night. The new officers .... ] ". ....... : I    } aidll'#M'llt lLJk L II are Jack Ballew, president; Denzil F. powerJul connecno, 4::, ": ' ; ?ing, 1 II Miller, 1st vice-president; Carl M. to the Internet. i "W ILUIJEI(R 1 - -1 II I Bennett, 2nd vice-president; George I  tmm  ' ,L  o,, :,. i.,  :' .... i ! ,. "LI  watson, secretary; and J.B. Melton,  , .|[A . --. i: 'I '" <tv,',',:',, ,,;,;, ,;,, i ?7%1/ treasurer The two new officers are evIest .,c .:?,..,-:: : mll ............ i)i. i    ": I" '"'g 11 Arv.s Dav,s and B I Moor.ng. '':'. . __  D__ _A  :.ii::: ........................ %! IBIBIIIII I Loca students will partic pate Student/Facul t,, Rat" e gmlgrI ,a 'i/ Pharmacist's :: ::: ' I  n the KGNC-TV Qu zdown program ..... ;. * .:;. = : ::C_(. :  , .. ,;,, : ;e'i:! I1 /.f__ April 18. Students representing the lY'/ll[lOnui (+tax) navers " !I i Iive nll I !i:.i i111- ..i 4th grade are Robert Rhode and 4cnt..Sensitveskn :':/'l. ' " _._i__t " ..... iij . " -! I Judy genson with Herman Vinson Regular Rates -- ' uxloan[ :,:?_ i l...._ " I as alternate; fifth grade, Janie Smith starting as low as   E  I:l 60 tablets ii i 95  r[a I and Drubetter Cook with Martha Joe $19 /month (+ tax) t "1 '$  : " !i "" "I" IIIIIIII Risley as alternate; and 6th grade,  , i/ll  4 II) QQ ii:I tl gl"l Pat Wilson and Martin Head with I = :.  ; I It WI]II i!: "  ll" ____11 Kay Lane as alternate. /=W=/R v '  I   For your  Arrid XX Russell Stover , ,4 UeyEstesStorage. Jewelryand ' n---,-----, Pecan Delinhts " I hlgUglal It . Jewelry Repatr . 10 pack l 24 hour protection 2.7 oz. f Storage Umts for Rent .. _  I ..... __   Iveeos ....... . ,,:: ' ! $25.00 per month :lJ $0029 Flwy. 287 East. 874-2083 Brani,an's i  --- ,I I Jewelry ::i| ) " '  Kordite II Have a PaSsl0n for ,.o,, , e .... :" Foam Plastic Plates PHARMACY n " ,!i! : :1 Soak-proof.25 cnt I llll All Garde ! ....... 1 [ll-00I ;  874-5202 Gloves IL. I I j[![( 1110-'" "  I : RADIO SHACK 19 li::'i  87# b2OI ] : te ..... "!  I IV i!i' i -- .i :: '    W  ' :'!i i IIIIIII I IIIIII I ! I I 874-5203 ..... ! [,J011111B  I ;  ! 6a.m.-12a.m. e-_--I. .-.-___ a.-_=._-t  Prll , atl n i' I: :' iii:::;;: 7 Days a Week  ligK, rilli=l[ IDIUI:KII. ae Clarend0   Prm_r Four sleek fingers, French fnes, end qrow _ [ I  9 a.m.- ti p.m. -- -- enter for the I L::  Weekdays CRUSADE ]  9 a.m.- 1 p.m. . Ad good April 14-April 21, 2004. quet i  Saturday :i  Dell: The Clarendon 1 k / I I I e Ask about our Se nior 619W. 2nd St. Clarendon, Texas Citizens Discount[ (Hwy 287 & FM 2162) weather re 3err weekend forecast "TI:::r , The Clarendon Enterprise April 15, 2004 .&  .'.'  O .a,,, n....... votin 00,00nann. Funds held promote rural tourusm = g I -- I -- Men 5 58 4 " Beets is the Continued from page one. -., s 33 49o 0z , Wed 7 62  50 0.40" as the race to bursement funds for brochures and ' Break Away from the Ordinary," a reimbursement funds to promote Reagan County - matching Thur 8 69 43 - fourth Turkey print and broadcast advertisements tri-county effort designed to spot- the Kames County Sesquicentennial reimbursement funds for posters, "t 190 04,, 4_o 0. ' h   to promote the city's Diez y Seis de light Hemphill, Lipscomb and Rob- Celebration, May 1, m onor of the advertisements, direct mail, bill- sun 71 46 33 - this week with a Septiembre Celebration errs counties. Promotional materials county's 150th year. boards, and banners to promote the Total precipitation this month: = ' . . . . . .... Total precipitation to date: ted in her money City of Crowell - matching will encourage visitors to discover City of Madlsonvllle - match- Classic Sheepdog Trials to be held m ro,J precipitation in April last year: 5." She is followed by reimbursement funds for print and the art, music, and history of the ing reimbursement funds to promote Big Lake in November. Total YTO total last year: .L;_" th $4.94, Valorie broadcast advertising, promotional region, located near the Canadian the city's annual Texas Mushroom City of White Deer - matching e'EE 3.49, and Martha literature and direct mail to promote River adjacent to the Texas High Festival Oct. 15-16. reimbursement funds for banners -- -- the city's stargazing opportunities. Plains. Materials will spotlight the City of Miami - matching and brochures to promote the city s  Frida w Arll 16 [ ' /, f-, reports have said City of Dumas - matching Texas Prairie Rivers Musical in reimbursement funds to promote the annual rodeo. The event is held the ; Mostly Sunny trutting her stuff at reimbursement funds to spotlight the Canadian, the Canadian Arts Alli- city's Annual Cow Calling Festival, last weekend in July. : 67o/460 gin this past week- city's High Plains Ag Expo Aug. ance, the Naturally Yours Dance June 4-6 in Roberts County. The Hometown STARS program :r :ked for the support 24-26. Platform in Lipscomb County, and City of Perryton - matching provides up to $15,000 in matching s. City of Eden - matching reim- the High Plains Youth Art Show in reimbursement funds to promote reimbursements to rural Texas com-  "''S'' "": top four candidates bursement funds to remote the Fall Roberts Count Ochiltree County's Pioneer Days munities that are members of"Texas  varrly !ouoy nson' and Linda Fest' in Concho,Texas,P Sept. 24-26. City" of HcoY" - matching" rem-" Festwal" held the third" weekend m" Yes.V" to offset the cost of their' tour- ti bU/ZW have failed to break City of Hearne - matching bursement funds for banners, bye- August. iBm promotion efforts. ak, and other minor reimbursements for billboards, chures, advertising, and posters to City of Quanah - matching Application deadlines for ,, bunooy, April / lhave only registered promotional materials, direct mail, promote the city's 1st Annual Texas reimbursement funds for posters, the next round of funding will be  Portly Cloudy lage,, in the-voting.- -and Web site enhancements for the Steak Cook-off and Tourist Trap fliers, advertising, direct mail, and announced in April. For more infer-  45/34 rang election seems to Crossroads Music Festival, Sept. 25. event, scheduled to take place May billbods to promote the musica! mation, go to www.TexasYes.org ...... .ly" affair according Hemphill County - matching 22, 2004. show ' Pump Boys and Dinettes, or call (866) 4TEX-YES (866-483- Vl$1l us on me WeD Ol ' ' ............. unt ............ ich will be Me-' 29 30 9937  wwwClarendonOnline comlweafher  reimbursement runes to promote r, arnes k..o y -- [IiilttdiliIlg Wll y - 1. " ................ ' ...... . ,ve not had a single l up to the challenge," "r I IE Still one penny each, L O  t a:lg e Linda Gray. 0 I    iththe most money "r I '-" MOVIES i fourth annual Turkey /' tt//' i  held Saturday, Apdl ._JL([,,rlv New on Video ! ,llll'Pll[tl/ J Oecast in the jars of ' " ....... . i ll/I I///__ Ia:i eaZdidates at Sayes, I1 V--,,,, ad, /nlS weeK. ,qll..lII  ......  : ... . the Texas Steakout. ,.cu.,," o;,ss,F?r.'Z3, xgs9 l II I I llI Promote tourism in Explorer Post 2437 recently spent IIII .----I I .--- IB,II I/It !i ;. ! time learning the thrills of flying a llmBllllB IBIBIIII adtlal or organization light aircraft from Charles (Chuck) I I, "--" " --  /IIIIIllliiiiIliIIi flraising or having an Ekleberry. Explorers taking part in "----I--IlI l    LIIIII= tairdurin-th.---- the training were Shane Ashcraft, tl.ss .. I lIP l['I IIII il II ,tlI {)"tact-- ; " .utr.cy Jodi Kidd, Lee Gage, Robert Lee, "'Kill gllll" , It. lb," IIUll  II I I klIl"lI =erry AsKew at Nathan Lowrie, Christie Helms ..... f ! IIIII  .'li litlld 1' I r Ikl/l; Cindy Hermesmeyer, Andrea Ed- Ilnl I   IfI3kl.! II. 1i!12 '..._.___ wards, Kelly Edwards, Toni Breitling,   !  I   "lllliil lIl. Stephen Bivens, Megan Williams, , I ..... I I IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIlll III II IIII III IIIII IIIII I I FIniCal  Steven Davis Buddy Howard, and i ! i !'.*_ I-I  Michelle Chambliss. i + nuilted No"*h--- J i Luden's -- --- - lng  . i ( IH 50 Years Ago : '   Bath T,ssue Throat Drops 7Ci --11 I THEDONLrCouNrLE,oER April 15 954 [ 'r tJt [f lJ __ __ All varieties / 1 F sCeoel  " The Clarendon J;ycees i nstaled INTERNET i  I  P  [ ............................ ................... :po  / five new officers and two new direc- The most reliable and l  I ll I P T T TIlllJt ,. CI / toys last Friday night. The new officers .... ] ". ....... : I    } aidll'#M'llt lLJk L II are Jack Ballew, president; Denzil F. powerJul connecno, 4::, ": ' ; ?ing, 1 II Miller, 1st vice-president; Carl M. to the Internet. i "W ILUIJEI(R 1 - -1 III Bennett, 2nd vice-president; George I  tmm  ' ,L  o,, :,. i.,  :' .... i ! ,. "LI  watson, secretary; and J.B. Melton,  , .|[A . --. i: 'I '" <tv,',',:',, ,,;,;, ,;,, i ?7%1/ treasurer The two new officers are evIest .,c .:?,..,-:: : mll ............ i)i. i    ": I" '"'g 11 Arv.s Dav,s and B I Moor.ng. '':'. . __  D__ _A  :.ii::: ........................ %! IBIBIIIII I Loca students will partic pate Student/Facul t,, Rat" e gmlgrI ,a 'i/ Pharmacist's :: ::: ' I  n the KGNC-TV Qu zdown program ..... ;. * .:;. = : ::C_(. :  , .. ,;,, : ;e'i:! I1 /.f__ April 18. Students representing the lY'/ll[lOnui (+tax) navers "  i Iive nll I !i:.i i111- ..i 4th grade are Robert Rhode and 4cnt..Sensitveskn :':/'l. ' " _._i__t " ..... iij . " -! I Judy genson with Herman Vinson Regular Rates -- ' uxloan[ :,:?_ i l...._ " I as alternate; fifth grade, Janie Smith starting as low as   E  I:l 60 tablets ii i 95  r[a I and Drubetter Cook with Martha Joe $19 /month (+ tax) t "1 '$  : " !i "" "I" IIIIIIII Risley as alternate; and 6th grade,  , i/ll  4 II) QQ ii:I tl gl"l Pat Wilson and Martin Head with I = :.  ; I It WI]II i!: "  ll" ____11 Kay Lane as alternate. /=W=/R v '  I   For your  Arrid XX Russell Stover , ,4 UeyEstesStorage. Jewelryand ' n---,-----, Pecan Delinhts " I hlgUglal It . Jewelry Repatr . 10 pack l 24 hour protection 2.7 oz. f Storage Umts for Rent .. _  I . .... , Iveeos ....... . ,,:: ' ! $25.00 per month :lJ $0029 Flwy. 287 East. 874-2083 Brani,an's i  --- ,I I Jewelry ::i| ) " '  Kordite II Have a PaSsl0n for ,.o,, , e .... :" Foam Plastic Plates PHARMACY n " ,!i! : :1 Soak-proof.25 cnt I llll All Garde ! ....... 1 [ll-00I ;  874-5202 Gloves IL. I I j[![( 1110-'" "  I : RADIO SHACK 19 li::'i  87# b2OI ] : te ..... "!  I IV i!i' i -- .i :: '    W  ' :'!i i IIIIIII I IIIIII I ! I I 874-5203 ..... ! [,J011111B  I ;  ! 6a.m.-12a.m. e-_--I. .-.-___ a.-_=._-t  Prll , atl n i' I: :' iii:::;;: 7 Days a Week  ligK, rilli=l[ IDIUI:KII. ae Clarend0   Prm_r Four sleek fingers, French fnes, end qrow _ [ I  9 a.m.- ti p.m. -- -- enter for the I L::  Weekdays CRUSADE ]  9 a.m.- 1 p.m. . Ad good April 14-April 21, 2004. quet i  Saturday :i  Dell: The Clarendon 1 k / I I I e Ask about our Se nior 619W. 2nd St. Clarendon, Texas Citizens Discount[ (Hwy 287 & FM 2162) weather re 3err weekend forecast