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23, 1992 NEW OWNER of Clarendon Office Supply, David Smith, discusses plans with Ruby Dell Estlack, who will continue with the business. Rodeo Clarendon College In- tramural Rodeo was held April llth, in Clarendon. were 215 contestants com- eleven events. Winners in each event in- clude:Saddie Bronc Riding; Shane Hall, Clarendon; Bareback Riding-Kacee Bradely, Des Moines, NM; Bull Riding-Brent Stone, Waxahachie; Calf Roping- Newt Hendricks, Vernon; Rescue Race-David Harwell, Albuquer- que, NM, and Kim Modisette, Tucumcari, NM; Ribbon Roping- Kent Kyle, Wichita Falls, and Jen- nifer Moore, Lefors; Hide Pull- The Clarendon News and Sid Dennis, Los Lunas, NM; Calf Dressing-Cynthia Ewing and Tammy Hefner both of Clarendon, and Renea Robinson, Claude; Steer Saddling-Shane Hall, Justin Hamm, Todd Stavenhagen all of Clarendon; Team Roping-Brad Smith, Spur, and Clay Bearden, Dumas; Barrel Race-Mykala Hall, Shamrock. Waste Pesticides By Tim THmble Farm.erE and ranchers in four reglons turned in 197 tons of waste pesticides in a special state- sponsored collection program this spring. The Texas Water Commis- sion, Texas Agricultural Extension Service and Texas Department of Agriculture sponsored the four collection days on Feb. 24 in Edna, Feb. 27 in Elsa, March 2 in Mtmday and March 5 in O'Donnell. More than 270 private pesticide ap- plicators, representing ap- proximately 800 Texas farms and ranches, took part in the free, no- questions-asked collection effort. About 10,000 dean, properly rinsed metal and plastic pesticide containers also were turned in at the four sites. The containers will be used exclusively for the manufacture of recycled pesticide containers. David Harwell, Albuquerque, NM, I Ill Producers from as far away as Amarillo and Stanton brought VOTE for Leadership = I materials to O'DonneU, where 80 tons of chemicals in more than 750 VOTE for Business Knowledge  drums were collected. Attheother sites, 559 drums were collected at drums at Munday. VOTE for Experience i I Edna; 558 drums at Else, and 325 "This collection offered tunity to dispose of these hazard- VOTE for Someone Who Cares  farmers and ranchers a rare oppor- one waste pesticides," said Diane l Wilcox, project manager for the VOTE Phil Fletcher for School water commission. "The majority of these farmers turned in pes- Board i ticides inherited from their fathers and grandfathers, pesticides that (Political ad paid for by Phil Fletcher) have been banned from use for decades. These collections al- lowed farmers to get rid of these t Electric Cooperative Inc Annual Membership Meeting April 25, 1992 Bura Handley Community Center Wellington, Texas Registration .................. 1:30 p.m. B uslness Meeting ........ 2:00 p.m. Election of Two Directors Grand-Prize Giveaway-- Satellite System Drawing for Attendance Prizes Refreshments THE SlMPSONS with SPINAL TAP MICHAEL JACKSON h s NEW MUS C F LM vvvvv v vvv v vv White Rain Non-Aerosol Hair - tSpray PUIS vv v I mw v v v vvv vvvvvvvv v v v v up- vvv t  A 0 /,, Pantyhose by Luv Legs $1.00 Charlie Cologne 1.5 oz Reg 14.50 now ree Refill $1.29 vvvvvvvVvvvvvvvvvvv Room Spray $5.95 We Accept: 200 S. Kearnev Clarendon, Texas "}9226 874-3740 Opcn Weekdays 8:00 am. to 6 pro. Saturdays 9:00 a m. to 5 pm ( Pharmacy 9:00 to 2:00 p,m.) PCS IGHT $7.99 Curling Iron Brush Vidal Sassoon $1.00 mw V VVVV V'IW VVVVVVVV V VVV CABLE CH. 13 CLARENDON 90210 w th COLOR ME BADD 15 oz rganics hampoo Faberge $6.95 $9.95 Nestle Hot Chocolate