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6 The Clarendon Enterprise • April 15, 2004 Hedley Aldermen ippoint Casteel .: The Hedley Board of Aldermen met in regular session April 5 at 7 . 113. , The board considered and cepted a letter of resignation from lderman Abby O'Neal, who is run- ning for a position on the Hedley ISD Board of Trustees. The board voted to appoint Pamela Casteel to serve the remainder of O'Neal's tenn. Rates for telecommunications right-of-way access were consid- ered and left unchanged at $1.31 for residential, $3. ! 2 for non-residential, and $4.59 for point to point. Aldermen considered a proposal from Greenbelt Electric Coop- erative to extend power lines to the sewer treatment plant at a cost of $4,637.50. Alderman Terry Stevens moved, seconded by Alderman Jim Lollar, to approve the project, paying $1;037.50 up front with the remain- der paid out over three years as part of the monthly bill. Motion carried, 4-0-1. (Leon Ward abstained.) Candidates who applied for the May municipal ballot drew for positions on that ballot. Terry Ste- vens will be listed first, followed by Pamela Casteel and Leon Ward. DANNY ASKEW 874-5001 • or 874-3844 Elementary looking for kindergarten students Clarendon Elementary is cur- rently trying to locate all children who will be starting kindergarten next year. If you know of a child that will be 5 by September 1, 2004, please call Clarendon Elementary at 874- 3855 with the information. You must the child's name, birth date, name, mailing address, and telephone number. Information must be turned in by April 30. CC Judging teams place in Houston competition The Clarendon College Judg- ing Team placed third overall at the !unior and Senior Intercollegiate Livestock Judging Contest held on March 15 during the 2004 Houston l.ivestock Show. Team member Cole Gardner was named high individual overall. Other members of the team that were named on the high individual list include Jenae Antonick, Chris Fish- bachel; and Andrea Yelek. The team placed second in Reasons and Sheep, Ihird in Cattle, fifth in Placings, and ifinth in Swine. CC Meats Team places at Houston stock show The Meats Team from Clarendon College placed fourth overall at the Intercollegiate Meat Judging Contest held March 6 during the Houston Livestock Show. Team member Brandon Borgst- edt was named tenth high individual in the overall standings. Egg-cellent work Mario Flores, age 4, found 52 eggs, and Whitney LaRoe, age 4, found the prize egg in the 0-4 age group during the annual Com- munity Easter Egg hunt at Medical Center Nursing Home last Saturday. Savannah Topper, age 7, found 40 eggs, and Stone Schwertner, age 7, found the prize egg in the 5-7 age group during the annual Community Easter Egg hunt at Medical Center Nursing Home last Saturday. :0:l: .:@  . Dominique Brady, age 11, found 71 eggs, and Cydney D'Costa, age 8, found the prize egg in the 8-12 age group during the annual Community Easter Egg hunt at Medical Center Nursing Home last Saturday. Enterprise Digital Photos Tommy Hill Candidate For Clarendon City Alderman the lion's tale by allen estlack Clarendon Lions Club held their One man can't change everything, but one man can make a difference. Your vote and support will be appreciated! regular Tuesday noon meeting April Pol. Ad. Paid for by Tommy Hill, PO Box 1315, Clarendon, TX 79226. ;13, 2004, with Boss Lion Marvin ....... Elam in charge. & i ', We had 17 members and 2 • - • uests. Our guests were Ashlee Kidd, guest of Lion Roger Estlack, and Scarlet Estlack, guest of Lion Russell iion t Let "J I lsttack. ' The District Lions Convention in I" l 3,marillo will be April 23 and 24. The college baseball team is cur-yo j r Txes , . I rently ranked 12th in the nation, and there will be a college choir concert !Fhursday night at the Harned Sisters :Auditorium. Get You  I • The high school One Act Play Stressed! .\\;Lq I ilaced third in regional competition vith Vanna Holton being named best hctress. " Gary Jack is coming back home lo revive the school football program hs head coach and athletic director. High school district tennis and golf Friendly Personal Service I meets will be held this week. The I softball team is in the playoffs, and 5-   I the baseball team is currently tied for irst in district with Claude. Phone: (806) 874-0043 i The city will have a clean up Email: dchisum@amaonline.com I campaign this weekend with no E-File today and get refund back quickly! :barge for dumping. There being no further business, we were adjourned. Noble competes at Houston Show Cheyenne Noble of Clarendon recently competed at the Houston Livestock Show with her mule Cule Benjamule Abeta Ass and her donkey Petunia Rose. Noble placed first with Pole Bending with Cule Benjamule. She also earned second place in the Coon Jumping, third in the Barrels, and fifth in the Keyhole Race. Cule Benjamule, which is owned by Noble, was also exhibited by Lynn Thornton. Thornton earned third place in Heading and Steer Stopping and fourth place in Heeling. Noble placed fourth in the Show- manship Halter with donkey Petunia Rose. She also earned second in the Jennets division, and fourth place in Trail, Pleasure Riding, and Donkey- manship. The donkey is owned by Leroy Cagle. I ".,,[e/’] I I kvd :J gl 1 =1 BIle]L,1 II =1 USE Pasture Values Multiplied = PVM Provides essential nutrients needed daily to accelerate growth and weight gains. Brangus Bulls & Heifers For Sale Show starts at 9:00 Gates open at 8:00 Come early for burgers and ddnks at the concessio stand. Friday & Saturday. Adults $5.00 • Kids & Seniors $4.00 Check Us Out At www.OlarendonOnllne.celn For all your welding needs. Construction • Portable Welding • Wooden or Metal 874-3487 or If no answer, please Mark LuttreU AUCTION Saturday, April 17, Sale Time: 10:00 a.m. Caison Auction Yard Hwy. 83 South ° Wellington, Mrs. Dick Campbell & Consignments Welcome 806-493-0045. 806-447-2672. Caison Auction Service • David l To The Citiz, of Donley I am asking for your vote in General Election for Donley Assessor/Collector. There comes a time for lieve that it is time for a changel in this office. If elected, I guarantee that I will greet you with a you with the dignity and the respect that you elected official. After all, your hard earned dollars des. Please feel free to ask me any questions that you concerning my candidacy. VICKY For DoNey County Pol Ad Paid for by Vicky Tunnell, PO Box 69, Greenbelt iE!lectric Cooperative, 65th Annual Membership Meeting Friday, April 23, 2004 Burn Handley Community Building Wellington, Texas 1:30 p.m. - Registration 2:00 p.m. Call to Order Registration Business Session Election of Two Directors Drawing for Attendance Prizes • Refreshments 65th gnnual reglilstering (Membership rpCeve a latl"ln tit registered .t, ' '===1 attendance j drawl GRAND PRI00 DRAWING $1000 6 The Clarendon Enterprise • April 15, 2004 Hedley Aldermen ippoint Casteel .: The Hedley Board of Aldermen met in regular session April 5 at 7 . 113. , The board considered and cepted a letter of resignation from lderman Abby O'Neal, who is run- ning for a position on the Hedley ISD Board of Trustees. The board voted to appoint Pamela Casteel to serve the remainder of O'Neal's tenn. Rates for telecommunications right-of-way access were consid- ered and left unchanged at $1.31 for residential, $3. ! 2 for non-residential, and $4.59 for point to point. Aldermen considered a proposal from Greenbelt Electric Coop- erative to extend power lines to the sewer treatment plant at a cost of $4,637.50. Alderman Terry Stevens moved, seconded by Alderman Jim Lollar, to approve the project, paying $1;037.50 up front with the remain- der paid out over three years as part of the monthly bill. Motion carried, 4-0-1. (Leon Ward abstained.) Candidates who applied for the May municipal ballot drew for positions on that ballot. Terry Ste- vens will be listed first, followed by Pamela Casteel and Leon Ward. DANNY ASKEW 874-5001 • or 874-3844 Elementary looking for kindergarten students Clarendon Elementary is cur- rently trying to locate all children who will be starting kindergarten next year. If you know of a child that will be 5 by September 1, 2004, please call Clarendon Elementary at 874- 3855 with the information. You must the child's name, birth date, name, mailing address, and telephone number. Information must be turned in by April 30. CC Judging teams place in Houston competition The Clarendon College Judg- ing Team placed third overall at the !unior and Senior Intercollegiate Livestock Judging Contest held on March 15 during the 2004 Houston l.ivestock Show. Team member Cole Gardner was named high individual overall. Other members of the team that were named on the high individual list include Jenae Antonick, Chris Fish- bachel; and Andrea Yelek. The team placed second in Reasons and Sheep, Ihird in Cattle, fifth in Placings, and ifinth in Swine. CC Meats Team places at Houston stock show The Meats Team from Clarendon College placed fourth overall at the Intercollegiate Meat Judging Contest held March 6 during the Houston Livestock Show. Team member Brandon Borgst- edt was named tenth high individual in the overall standings. Egg-cellent work Mario Flores, age 4, found 52 eggs, and Whitney LaRoe, age 4, found the prize egg in the 0-4 age group during the annual Com- munity Easter Egg hunt at Medical Center Nursing Home last Saturday. Savannah Topper, age 7, found 40 eggs, and Stone Schwertner, age 7, found the prize egg in the 5-7 age group during the annual Community Easter Egg hunt at Medical Center Nursing Home last Saturday. :0:l: .:@  . Dominique Brady, age 11, found 71 eggs, and Cydney D'Costa, age 8, found the prize egg in the 8-12 age group during the annual Community Easter Egg hunt at Medical Center Nursing Home last Saturday. Enterprise Digital Photos Tommy Hill Candidate For Clarendon City Alderman the lion's tale by allen estlack Clarendon Lions Club held their One man can't change everything, but one man can make a difference. Your vote and support will be appreciated! regular Tuesday noon meeting April Pol. Ad. Paid for by Tommy Hill, PO Box 1315, Clarendon, TX 79226. ;13, 2004, with Boss Lion Marvin ....... Elam in charge. & i ', We had 17 members and 2 • - • uests. Our guests were Ashlee Kidd, guest of Lion Roger Estlack, and Scarlet Estlack, guest of Lion Russell iion t Let "J I lsttack. ' The District Lions Convention in I" l 3,marillo will be April 23 and 24. The college baseball team is cur-yo j r Txes , . I rently ranked 12th in the nation, and there will be a college choir concert !Fhursday night at the Harned Sisters :Auditorium. Get You  I • The high school One Act Play Stressed! .\\;Lq I ilaced third in regional competition vith Vanna Holton being named best hctress. " Gary Jack is coming back home lo revive the school football program hs head coach and athletic director. High school district tennis and golf Friendly Personal Service I meets will be held this week. The I softball team is in the playoffs, and 5-   I the baseball team is currently tied for irst in district with Claude. Phone: (806) 874-0043 i The city will have a clean up Email: dchisum@amaonline.com I campaign this weekend with no E-File today and get refund back quickly! :barge for dumping. There being no further business, we were adjourned. Noble competes at Houston Show Cheyenne Noble of Clarendon recently competed at the Houston Livestock Show with her mule Cule Benjamule Abeta Ass and her donkey Petunia Rose. Noble placed first with Pole Bending with Cule Benjamule. She also earned second place in the Coon Jumping, third in the Barrels, and fifth in the Keyhole Race. Cule Benjamule, which is owned by Noble, was also exhibited by Lynn Thornton. Thornton earned third place in Heading and Steer Stopping and fourth place in Heeling. Noble placed fourth in the Show- manship Halter with donkey Petunia Rose. She also earned second in the Jennets division, and fourth place in Trail, Pleasure Riding, and Donkey- manship. The donkey is owned by Leroy Cagle. I ".,,[e/’] I I kvd :J gl 1 =1 BIle]L,1 II =1 USE Pasture Values Multiplied = PVM Provides essential nutrients needed daily to accelerate growth and weight gains. Brangus Bulls & Heifers For Sale Show starts at 9:00 Gates open at 8:00 Come early for burgers and ddnks at the concessio stand. Friday & Saturday. Adults $5.00 • Kids & Seniors $4.00 Check Us Out At www.OlarendonOnllne.celn For all your welding needs. Construction • Portable Welding • Wooden or Metal 874-3487 or If no answer, please Mark LuttreU AUCTION Saturday, April 17, Sale Time: 10:00 a.m. Caison Auction Yard Hwy. 83 South ° Wellington, Mrs. Dick Campbell & Consignments Welcome 806-493-0045. 806-447-2672. Caison Auction Service • David l To The Citiz, of Donley I am asking for your vote in General Election for Donley Assessor/Collector. There comes a time for lieve that it is time for a changel in this office. If elected, I guarantee that I will greet you with a you with the dignity and the respect that you elected official. After all, your hard earned dollars des. Please feel free to ask me any questions that you concerning my candidacy. VICKY For DoNey County Pol Ad Paid for by Vicky Tunnell, PO Box 69, Greenbelt iE!lectric Cooperative, 65th Annual Membership Meeting Friday, April 23, 2004 Burn Handley Community Building Wellington, Texas 1:30 p.m. - Registration 2:00 p.m. Call to Order Registration Business Session Election of Two Directors Drawing for Attendance Prizes • Refreshments 65th gnnual reglilstering (Membership rpCeve a latl"ln tit registered .t, ' '===1 attendance j drawl GRAND PRI00 DRAWING $1000