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16, 1992 DAVIS and Glyn De Pigg Announced Cagle Davis of Brice would like to announce the engagement of daughter, Jenifer Ann Davis, to Glyn De Pig, g, son of Jack and of Quitaque. will be in the First Baptist Church on May 23, 1992 at a Senior at Texas Tech University majoring in English. She also attended Clarendon College. She is a of Clarendon High School and an alumnus of Valley. She is the of Cagle Davis and the late Marion Davis. attended Clarendon college and Midwestern State Univer- Is active in farming and ranching in the Ouitaque area. :cooperation is:ap  i of Life [a Our Commitment Champion imet and proudly announces, Mays, RN as the Cham- fer the months April. Mays graduated from Texas Hospital School in 1978 and came to Kimberly Quality Care in 1990. She worked in the office Assurance Nurse until 1991 at which time she the position of doing in the home and super- of the LVN&apos;s and Home Mrs. has been a truly employee and repre- Quality Care in a way. She is always when a client needs her, depended upon in any emer- maintains excellent rapport families and staff while maintaining a professional and supportive Geneva is a lifelong resident Clarendon Commtmity, is of Gary Mays, has three meva, we at Kimberly proud to have you : of our team. Thank you for do. The Clarendon News 4-H Livestock Judging Team Qualifies For State The Donley County 4-H Live- stock Judging teams did very well this past weekend with the Sr. team placing 2nd and one of the Jr. teams placing 2nd at district com- petition held at West Texas State University. The Sr. 4-H Livestock Judging team members were Denny Howard, Buddy Howard, David Green, and Brad Williams. By placing second in district the team qualified to compete at State held at College Station in June. The Sr. team placed 1st in cattle, 3rd in sheep and 5th in swine. Donny Howard was 4th high individual overall placing 1st in cattle judging, 2rid in reamns, and 5th in sheep. Brad Williams was 5th high individual overall placing 3rd in reasons, 4th in sheep, 4th in swine and 10th in cattle judg- ing. David Green was 8th high overall, placing 4th in cattle judg- ing. Buddy Howard was 7th in reasons. Cont'd on p. 6. GRADS-- from 1. Top honor graduates, Lisa Kenner of Pampa and Vickie Liles of Hedley will speak during the ceremonies. Both have a 4.0 grad- cepoint average (Straight A average). Other honor graduates, who have earned a 3.5 grade point average or above and have com- pleted all graduations require- ments areindicated by an asterisk (*). The graduates are: Justin Hos- kinson, Hughton KS.; Covington "Cupp" Comfier, Jr., Jenuings, LA.; Wayne A. Jesko. Oklahoma City, OK.;Jamle D. Boone, Hollis, OK.; Kevin Brent Jones, Hollis, OK.; April Renae Hagerman, Sweetwater, OK.; Janissa Ann Schilde, Dover, OK.; Chad E. Dur- ham, Keyes, OK.; Randa M. Daily, Would you like to voice your opinion on issues in Clarendon? Do you want changes in Colleyville, TX.; Kent L. Kyle, Wichita Falls, TX.;James William Kaufhold III, Iowa Park, TX.; David Logan FOX, Lampassas, TX.;Christopher Warren Drews. Marlhx, TX.; Daniel Deckert, Inz, TX.; Melissa Share Elmore, Al- lison, TX.; Jimmy L. Harmon, Jr., Lefors, TX.; Kimberly M. Moore, l.fors, TX.; Randall Wade Bass, Sunray, TX4 Tammy Hanes, Mc- TX.;Donna L. Montgomery, McLean, TX.; Mary Basham, Mc- Lean, TX.;Jason Kyle Miller, Miami, TX.; Karla Cooper Nelson, Pampa, TX.; Roxanna Maria Wil- lis, Pampa, TX.; Billy Deam Irvin, Pampa, TX.; *Cinda Jennings, Pampa, TX.; Robin Lynn Morris, Pampa, TX.; Janet Smith Klein, Pampa, TX.; Larry D. Little, Pampa, TX.; *Danny Lee Mahauay, Pampa, TX.; *Lisa W. Kenner, Pampa, TX.; Jeramy La- Mont Miller, Pampa, TX.; Eunice Delgado Moreno, Pampa, TX.; *Eddie Darryl Hughes, Pampa, TX.;Loretta Flaherty, Pampa, TX.;Rhonda Koog Frets, Pampa, TX.; Kenneth Paul Burkett, Pampa, TX.; Mark W. Davis, Pampa, TX.; Kimiko M. Coleman, Pampa, TX.; Melissa Cain, Pampa, TX.; Vicki Denise Hambright, Pampa, TX.; Angel Denise Childers, Pampa, TX.; Ramona Ann Heiskell, Pampa, TX.; Cun- thia Ann Austin, Pampa, TX.; Marry O Harrison, Pampa, TX.; Cody Dean Walker, Vega, TX.; Lance E. Reames, Wheeler, TX.,Gregory Grant Hughes, Amarillo, TX.; Amanda Bocanegra, Childress, TX.; *Con- hie Generic Sims, Childress, TX.; Easter Lilies and *Julie Blacksher, Claildress, TX.; Ronnie Eugene Robinson, Childress, TX.; *Carol Deanne Holcomb, Childress, TX.; Nema Kay Hunt, Clarendon, TX.; Jennie Dean Porter, Clarendon, TX.; Tammie Kay Hargrove, Claren- don, TX.; Mlnde Lou Hollar, Clarendon, TX.; Anthony T. Car- son, Clarendon, TX.; Mellssa Dawn Crump, Clarendon, TX.; *Jerry G. Chambliss, Clarendon, TX.; Tricla L. Carson, Clarendon, TX.; Margaret Mlchelle Chambliss, Clarendon, TX.; Brand Rio Cruse, Flomot, TX.; m vuets Pnge 3 *Vlcide Liles, Hedley, Tx.; *Selena Klm Jelley, Hedley, TX.; Michelle Branigan Lee, Memphis, TX.; Nanette Eloise Needham, Quail, TX.; Shannon Walda Stephens, Spur, TX.; *Judith S. groan, Avea, TX.; James David Rike, Haskell, TX.; Rana Kay kick, Snyder, TX.; Ty Weber, Lamar, CO.; Dan Waddoups, Corneille, AZ.; Kikie Dawn Maxwell, Edgewood, NM.; Billy Quail Read, Grady, NM.; Emmet C. Stulemeier, Corona, NM.; and Jason Matthew Cantrell, Clayton, NM. [ ][ I Harlan's Flowers 874-3828 I will listen to you. I will seek needed reforms. I will always tell you the truth. You can make a ditfereneeI Vote Lyime Williams for School Board. Advertisement paid for by Lynn Williams. Don't Forget Secretaries Week April 20-25 Balloons Plants Cups Bouquets Roses your community? *******--******--********************--******** , will listen and do my best to give I $11'&1111Wllilll' (}IF OlIDI11Oll | the people of Clarendon  ,oouc,++o. o coM..c,.A.o s.v,.os B.KS ...... CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONtrITION (Includ*ng Dome,he and Foreign Submeharies) E 3s(3m ) ;' First Bank & Trust of Clarendon la61 [ 1 'Z f what they ,,,,o, ,,."""*. . o, ,,, o ,, ,s,,,.=,,, =o _ I PO Box 947 [,tot, =..,+ o,s,,,ct .o Clarendon. Texas 79226 11 13 14504 It's time you have a say in what " T+ =oo+,+ +T,,E ,z+oo ,o.o..os,..o.. . Clarendon pONLEY jTexas J 79226 J 03/31/1992 ][ II r l T ASSETS n r n Clarendon's future will I! +. +o.+_o.. ++o ...... + ............. N ................. .Dl, ...... o ........ o ...... 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I DIpOII a In dorneSl OtCe$ 13a ( t ) Non,riserst - beanng 13a( + ) {21 Interest - Oear 13 a.(2) -- ----" ---- --"'III=' -- b InforetgnoffK:es Edge and Agr ..... ISu0s*d ....... ,ndlBFs 13b I ) Non n crest- beann9 130(I) PHARMACY'"""" " [ ''" " - p mo+l t Inns m 13 b.12) '" L. ';='=;,L=o?:=:,::; :7:;= ". .=, =L;;::: ........................ ,,. 'qF b Securtles sol0 under agreements l0 repurchase 114 b t5 OemanO notes ,ssu tO me U S Treasury J15 17 Me.gage ,nOebteOaeSs and om,gatns unOer cap*tahzeO ases J17 15 Bllnk $ ItiOlblV Oa accnce$ eecule gnO Outatamd+aO 119 & 20 Ome hat,e$ 120 874-3,564 I  "='''" .....  "'"' I 21 Total hslhtes tlUm OI dims 13 throug 20) {21 i  22 L,m,tea - hie 0referre stoc and telleO surp+us 122 Childhood Poisonings: What Should You Do? $ .+%+.,%%;,..+., .... 0+..o.o+o ,+o o +. ...... +oo+ go j ], 24 Common stock +No ol shares 0 AuthonzeO 250fJ" ] AccordingtoarecentarticleinPatientCare,65percentofallreported I  o o,,,,.o [ 200 I ]=, poisonings affect children younger than 5 years of age. The fireless I A , +o,, ..... o ....... o ......... o,o o ...... +,o, 1, curiosity of children from age nine months to five years makes this age |   ; Us":'+,+';,,'i;',,t,oLc'o'';,;],o++, ot+, ...... ,,. ?,o group especially vulnerable to household poisonings. During the late |   c,,,,,,,o,., ....... , ...... ,+o,0+,,.o,, 8 3 Tolgtl ot]t|y egl0lh'tl [tl ol dams ',0 throuqh 7) Jl & afternoon hours, just before dinner, is the time when a large number of l X & o o.se..,.,,. ..,.,.,,. ,o ,s0 poisonings in small children tend to occur. Try to watch children closer l  ,o,,, .,, ,.,,, .0 ,se,+ u s c ,o.,...o  ,o,o,,o,  u s c , 3 0)<,m,,o ,. , s,   m "lzs during this time of the day, and follow good poison-prevention habits. If I . r=., =+ ......... o ,,. .,.....,=...o., o.+,+. o .... 0.,..... +o.o, to I , +2OSC 1823 ) (Sum ol +terns 2L 22 ar 28 c) , ]2 you suspect that a child has swallowed a poisonous material: MEMORANDA. Amounts outsana.ng as of Report of Cond,tion date: MEMI3 J 1 a StanOoy loiters Of creo,t Tot+ Jlal a (1) Quickly attempt to locate the material or materials that caused the |  ,.Iza._ 1 0 Amoual of StinOby relier, o credit ,n memo t a conveye0 to Others through Oar+clpahons 1 NOTE Th+S report must oe slneo by ao autr,.or,ze0 othceqs) an atteste0 13y not less than three directors other than the Offver($) $+nn the repot1 t,'we, the un0ersgne0 oHtce?($). Oo hereby Oeclsre that the, Re0ort of Condt,on his been p+epareO m conlormlnce w+th Olhcill nstruCl(ns In0 iS true suspected poisoning. Determine the amount of material the child could | have ingested. / SIGNATUREan ..... It .... OF O;*'F CEfRmY(S) ::O3;;gU OInlNh'" PORTS OATE SIGNle 0 / ,, 0-O- (2) If the material is corrosive, such as drain or oven cleaner, give the child i, tt/mE #LO TJTLE.,OF OFFI.ER) At)TH.,ORI,ZtD TO SIGN REPORT AREA .ODE/PHONE NO rnyxs bnexcon, v. r. n t.asnzer ..... /(806) 87/*-3556 milk or water if conscious and able to drink the liquid on his or her own. l w. ,o. ,., 0,,oct ..... .o= m ....... ,.o. o, m no.o. o, co..+...o 0.,o ,.=... .o.o.o,  .... e,o ,oo .., o, o.. 1 S,GN&TURE OF DIRECTOR SIGNATURE OF OtRECTOR SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR (3) If the material is in the child s eyes or on their skin, flush the area with | , , water tor about 20 minutes. If you suspect the poison is a gas, remove the | I State o County Ot child from the area. (g4AKE MAK OR $$ NOTARY'S SEALI Sworn to on SuOscnOe c,e/ore me th,s Oy Of 19 "V no t oteOy cedy tna t am not an off+cer ot o+tectot o th+$ Danx (4) Call the area poison control center or hospital emergency room. Be   ............. o ..... , s, ...... o,, oo,+ prepared to provide the age, weight, and condition of the child and your| ! phone number. Follow instructions provided carefullY.MiKE W A N / FIRST I00:M'U4 00TI00.IISTI i i' YOUR PHARMACIST I o C,=NOO.+ - " " 41'4MI41,464MI4NMb4 Harlan's Flowers