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Barbee Thomas Barbee, 85, of Clarendon, died Tuesday, 7, 1992. Memorial services were held Thursday in Clarendon Church. Graveside ser- were held at 2 p.m., Saturday, 11, 1992, in the Anton , at Anton. Arrangements by Memorial Park Funeral Mr. Barbee was born in and had lived in Auton 1935. He retired from farm- Goldie Jackson in at Clarendon. He was a mem- Christian Church, the Club and was active in the Citizens Association. Survivors include his wife; a James Barbee of Lubbock; daughters, Twilight Billings Maxine Nelson of and Nina Poston of a stepson, Lee Jackson two stepdaughters, t Ray of Amarillo and Peggy of Rockwall; three Pearly Aduddell of Claude, and Gertrude Reid a brother, Pete Bar- Hedley; 22 grandchildren; family requests be to St. Anthony's : Enrichment Cen- Amarillo or Clarendon First Church. Brown for Mrs. Can- dyce Ann Brown, age 44, held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, 10, 1992 in the Assembly of in Clarendon with Robert Slayton, Assembly of District Superintendent, of. ervices and in- were at 10:00 a.m. on 11, at Bluebonnet y in Colleyville, under the of Robertson Funeral Mrs. Brown died at 11:30 on Wednesday, April 8, 1992 Hospital in Mem- a short illness. She December 30. 1947 in Fort Worth and was married to Rev. Johnny Wayne Brown on February 4, 1966 in Fort Worth. She moved from Post, Texas to Clarendon in June 1985. She was the Associate Pastor and a member of the Assembly of God Church in Clarendon. Survivors include her hus- band, Rev. J.W. Brown of Claren- don; two daughters, Dorcas Faye Brown of Clarendon, Deborah Kay Brown Williams of Fort Worth; one son, David Ray Brown of Claren- don; and two grandchildren, John David Brown and Ann Marie Brown of Clarendon. Casket bearers were Bobby Ellerbrook, Gary English, RicloJ Murphy, Monte Williams, Johnny Jaramillo, Buddy Ford, Frankie McKinney, and Dale Miller. David Wayne Hicks wneral services for David ayne Hicks, age 22, were held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 11,1992 in the First Baptist Church in Clarendon with Rev. Ray Guy of Amarillo, and Rev. Terry Tamplen, Pastor of the First United Methodist Church in Clarendon, officiating. Interment was in Citizens Cemetery with arrange- ments under the direction of Robertson Funeral Directors. Mr. Hicks died at 12:50 a.m. on Thursday, April 9, 1992 in a vehicle accident at FM Road 1719 and St. Francis Avenue in Amaril- lo. He was pronounced dead on the scene by Justice of the Peace Cliff Roberts. He was born August 12, 1969 in Burley, Idaho and had lived in Amarillo before moving to Clarendon where he lived for 4 years before returning to Amarillo 2 years ago. He was a graduate of Clarendon High School and at- tended Clarendon College. He had worked the past year as a foreman for Morgan Builders in Amarillo. He was a Baptist. Survivors include his parents, Larry and Donna Hicks of Claren- don and linch and Arthur Jewett of Amarillo; five sisters, Sherrie McEwen of Amarillo, Paula Hicks of Panhandle, Misty Hicks of Amarillo, Tammy Beyers of Amarillo, Karl West of Amarillo; three brothers, Todd Jewett of Panhandle, Toby Jewett of Amaril- lo, Kyle Allen of Lubbock; his grandparents, Olace Hicks of Clarendon and Paul and Mary Bell Kyle of Lubbock; three nieces and nine nephews. Casket bearers were Todd Phillips, Kelly Chandler, Bobby Daniels, Brad Braddock, Tony Floyd, and Junior Hudson. The family requests that memorials be to Clarendon Col- lege; P.O. Box 968; Clarendon, Texas 79226-0968. Dear Editor, Atgroup of friends gathered at he Clarendon Fire Station on April 12 at 3:00 p.m. to say good- by to Phillip Vargas. Sunday was Phillip's last day on duty as Paramedic with the Clarendon Ambdance Association. PhiMp is moving to Amarillo where he will be employed at St. Anthony's Hospital in the Emergency Depart- ment. He will be caring for Cardiac patients. There is an old saying that goes "sometimes we don't know what we have until we lose it". I feel that a lot of people in Donley Coun- ty have no idea what they have lost. But I also know that many of us know only too well what we have lost. As we came to say good-by to Phillip and to wish him well there were several people who stood to try to tellwhat he has meant to them through the years. None of us were able to say what was really in our hearts in the few minutes we had. There was a few laughs as we recalled some of the funnier things and there were also quite a few tears. A little over four years ago when I first became when I first became an EMT, I like so many others didn't know Phil. I will be the first to tell you I was scared silly of him. A lot of people had a lot of different things to tell me about him. Most was good but as always some was not so good. But over this last four years as I have begun to feel that I really know Phillip, there is one thing that stands out to me above all others. Phil Vargas cares about the people of Clarendon and Donley County. Phil cares about people period. No one who saw the tears as Phillip tried to thank each of us for the party could fail to un- derstand that. The Clarendon News Phillip understands some- thing that I feel some of us as EMS Personnel have forgotten. Our only reason for being is Patient Care. The patient has got to come before anyone's egos, feeling of self impor- tance, hurt feelings or any of the other silly things we sometimes manage to come up with that seem to get in the way of why we are out there on that ambulance. The Patient must come first, as they al- ways have with Phillip and many of the other perscnnel. Phillip has just finished teaching a EMT class at the fire station in Clarendon. I feel very for- tunate to have had the opportunity to have been a student in that class. I never made an ambulance run with Phillip that ! didn't feel that I learned something from him. I never sat and talked with him at the Donut Stop for very long at a time that there wasn't something that would come up that he would ex- plain to me that would help me un- derstand something I had not been clear on. Phillip will do well in his new job I am sure. We wish him only the best. Brand said in her speech at the farewell party that Phillip was many different things to many people. To her he is of course "Daddy", to me he was a Paramedic and teacher. But most of all I feel he is my friend. Good friends are rare. My best to you, my friend! Nina Riddlespurger Slacks Mens&Tles 25% Off Minutes Howardwick City Council Meeting April 7, 1992 The Howardwick City Coun- cil met in regular session on April 7, 1992 at 7:00 p.m. in Howardwick City Hall. In attendance were Mayor c. Edwin Bills, Councilmen, Clayton Srygley, Nancy Mc- Clintock, Bob Hall, Weldon King, Bob Thompson, City Secretary Dianna Knight, and five guest. corned all present. Invocation was given by Mr. Bills. The March 10th and 21st, 1992 Minutes were read by the secretary. After some discussion on posting signs and people using dumpsters for more than household trash, minutes were ap- proved. The March Financial State- ment was presented for approval. Bob Hall made a motion to ap- prove seconded by Clayton Srygley. Motion carried. Bill's to be paid was presented with a motion by Clayton Srygiey to pay seconded by Bob Hall. Motion carded. Mayor Bills presented two Road Grader's to the Council, one belongs to a Mr. Glover in Turkey, Texas, and one at an Auction. Bob Thompson made a motion to con- tact Mr. Glover and see if he would take our offer, seconded by Clayton Srygley. Motion carried. Clayton Srygley made a motion that if Mr. Glover would not accept this offer, we go to Kirkland, Texas and bid on Grader at the Auction seconded by Bob Thompson. Motion carried. The City of Clarendon is in- terested in the Rubber Tire Packer belonging to the City of Howardwick. Clayton Srygley made a motion to aslr Clarendon to make us an offer seconded by Wel- don King. Motion carried. The sand and gravel pit belongs to the residents and the City of Howardwick. It is not to be hauled outside the city. Weldon King gave a report on the work at the swimming pool. The roof and building have been repaired, the south fence and the septic system still need work done. All agreed to go ahead with the work. There is still a problem with delinquent Assessments and Mowing. Mr. Bills will try and talk to the Lawyers about this problem. There is a problem with the mowing of lot's in Howardwick. Clayton Srygley made a motion we Mayor Bills called the meet- set up guidelines for the Contract hag to order at 7:03 p.m. and wel- Mowers. There will be a letter BETTER q['nursday, April 16, 1992 drawn up tor the Council Meeting in May to send to these Contractor's, seconded by Nancy MeClintock. Motion carried. Stan Couch with the Fire Department ask if the Councilmen would set up a meeting with some of the Fire Department and try to work out the grievances between the City and Fire Department. With no further business, Clayton Srygley made a motion to adjourn seconded by Bob Thompson. Motion carried.  'Dianna Knight City Secretary C. Edwin Bills Mayor VFW Oilers Elected New officers elected for the coming year for VFW Post #7782 are Commander H. C. Shaw, Senior Vice Commander B.L. Mutt Graham, Junior Vice Commander Charles N. Penix, Quartermaster Connie L. Drom- goole, Judge Advocate James W. Owens, Chaplain Bailey Estes, Sur- geon Elmo R. Fortenberry and 3 Year Trustee Glen Day. Other of. ricers are 1 Year Trustee Stanley McKee, 2 Year Trustee James Tucker, Adjutant McKinley Smith and Veterans Service Officer Douglas R. Lowe. The Post would like to thattk the community for their support of the monthly garage sale. The public is invited to attend the joint meeting, April 16. Persons interested in medicare benefits will hear a program presented by Shepards Crook Nursing Agency. The program will cover their home care and community service ac- tivities and answer questions con- cerning Medicare. The Post is located on High- way 287 next to Dr. Gilkeys office. Meeting time is 7:30 p.m. If you are not on Medicare, you will be, so come to the meeting Thursday night, it is your benefits that will be covered. KL00qE/003" Ud,00 CMO:/ Wishes Clarendon and the Surrounding Area A Happy Easter Join our search for a Family Practice ,Physician Dr esse SE00C00. :-.---_: Ladies s 208 S. Kearney Clarendon 874-3335 The Nook Hearing Aid Formerly Beltone 27-8 Medical Dr AmaIillo 352-8961 4. Send your written notice to: Windell MeCord, Administrator Hall County Hospital 1800 Boykin Dr. emphis, ..... M Texan 7925 ...... =" f YOUR 2 5 % O f ..... HEARING AID... e-t. mmgmpensatin of HEARING FOR YOU. Eligibility lor Compensation Ask For 1. You must give written notice to Hall CotmtyHospitaland 1 Group Luc00 & That's M FREE00 ,,Qr state the name mad Ildress of the individual you have contacted. The notice must $1etfy when (date mad time) you O" To contacted the physician and must be received by the ,,til people give written notice of having contacted the same individual, the credit will be given to the individual wo first p Alli ..... IBe suretovisit our neXtp. In. - 3 p: m. contacted the physieiaa. 1 Grou sion 00o00,co April 28, 1992 2. The physician must state on the application that you have -- contacted him/her and verify the date of such contact. 30% Off 3. When the physieima signs a contrm-t to practice at Hldl Hedley County Clinic, you will receive payment of $2,000. After the Senior Citizens physician has practiced with Hall County Clinic for six months, . (806)856-3751 you will be paid $3,000. Mter the completion of one full year of -- practice by the physician at Hall County Clinic, you will receive ' the final payment of $5,000.