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) '  "i ' :i -14 !:  , ' .- ii  i'  ' !i;a i.,   , i}l] 4O "Oldest thriving town in the Panhandle!" 947040 ISSN 1048-8170 Thursday, April 28, 1994 Vol 5, Number 17" i il i ,. Literary Team Finishes Second | NDA BALLARD, honors to Attend Texas ARmer leading throughout the first day of the district U.I.L. Literary eet, the Clarendon High School team ultimately finished second with 291 total points. Eleven students qualified for the regional meet in Abilene in twenty contests. Competing at the Abilene Christian University on April 23 will be the following students and their district ranks. Informative Speaking:. Jennifer Simpson-3rd place; Persuasive Speaking; Charlie Smith-lst place, Beth Barbee- 3rd place; Prose Inter- pretation: Tim Landon-3rd place; Current Issues & Events, First Place Team: Deana Nazworth- 1st place; Charfie Smith-2nd place, Jennifer Simpson-3rd place; Editorial Writ/rig: Deana Nazworth-3rd Place; Fea- ture Writing: Mandy Floyd-2nd place; Headline Writing.. Jennifer Simpson-lst place, Greg Collins-2nd place; News Writing: Kelly Laxson- 3rd place; Ready Writing: Greg Collins-lst place; Spelling First Place Team: Amy Thornberry, Ty l.wis, Jeremy Annis-lst place; Feature Writ- inff. Lisa Hill-4th/alternate. These students are coaches by Tina Lacy, Prose and Poetry Inter- prctation; Andrea Chapman, Spelling; Jean Stavenhagen, Current Events, Informative Speaking and Persuasive Speaking; Kay Hayes, Ready Writing, Journalism, and Literary Criticism. Other students who contributed points to the second place finish in Canadian are the following; Informative Speaking: Jason Lce-4th place/alternate; Prose Read- ing: Mandy Floyd-4th place/alternate; Computer Science, Second place team: Ben Ballard, Amanda Ballard, Stacey Alexander; Literary Criticism, a sophomore Clarendon High School, selected to attend the Academy of Mathematics mnce beginning this fall "he academy, created by the Legislature in 1987, is an llec, e admission program at versity of North Texas that students a chance to UIL Rlonal Qualifiers stand ready to represent Clarendon High School: Jeremy Aanis, Mandy Floyd, Greg Collins, Charile Smith, Beth Barbee, 'ry Lewis, Amy Thoruberry, Demm Nmnverth and Jennifer Simpson. Second place team: Deana Nazworth-4th place/alternate, Greg Collins-Sth place, Keny L00n00th place; Featore Wat00 Sca?00 Hurt nate; Headline Writing:. Beth Barbee-4th place/alternate; News Wriflag: Mandy Floyd-4th place/alternate, Shauna Lauderdale-5th place; Number Leg/ Re,torch Seue: Amanda Ballard-Sth place; Ready Writing: Beth Barbee-4th place/alternate. Other U.IL. coaches include Lynette Barefield, Number Sense; Darinda Romans, Mathematics; Gara Martin, Calculator; Maurine Butts, Science; and Krista Hughes, Computer Science. first twoar of ra____.  _ _ . zruane00 ua00er Drive Set ............ As an academy student, Bal- the daughter of Roxana :on of Clarendon, will live in residence hall and take r UNT classes taught by fuU- .telty. She should be ready JUnior year of college when iuates from the academy in The academy admits up to each year. SClec- based on Scholastic A- Test scores, academic S from seventh through 10th s, an academy mathematics ,stic test, a student essay, interest in science athematic, teacher recom- tion, a personal interview, ren support and commit- Given TFrihe business Cancer drive has been set and day on April 27, 28, 29th. A votunteer will be by:ur business on one of these days to acpt donations. Last year they had one of their record years,  to your generous financial support. Many cancer  of Donley County were helped and provided services during the  through your financial support to the American Cancer Society. ...... Banquet Set grade and High School and student parents plan- ning to attend the band banquet .... needs to sign up and pay their $5.00 by April 29,1994. The Banquet will be May 5 at 7:00 p.m. A3n Landers, Attorneys eneral in several states, many medical doctors and numerous newspapers have issued warnings against organizations which claim to support cancer re- bat  W only a fewpe.ton the person operating the smm  a big salmy, while the research gem almost nothing These schemers seem to be well organized. They often contact mncer vlinm or relatives of can- cer victim. They have obviously Clarendon News would to apologize to W'dham Fyan'dWmiam Chamber- ' the mix up on the names in reeks paper. William de . n ..rma the A Honor elis t is in the Sixth grade. . a#e sorry for any incon- error may have caused. Masons to Host Open House Sunday, May 1st from 2 to 5 p.m. the Masonic Lodge will open its doors for your inspection and will inform visitors of the lodge's aiti  and purp. in the mmmunity. All Masons wel" come you. Please drop by Sunday, May 1st. This meeting is open to the pubfic so feel free to come and enjoy. The ladies of the Eastern Star willserve refreshments. C'nAm SMITH, (righ0 prend!y espy. ms scholarsmp  em BaArfleld Foundation. Charile is a  at Clarendon High School. GREG COLLINS, (right) aeeepts a chech Irom Terry Tmmpla in ree0g- nltion of his outstanding scholastk record. The check is &ore the Balr- field Foundation. Rabies Clinic Offered Therewmbeafree dog dip with vaccination clinic, April 30 horn 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at me Hedley Fire HaIL Rabies shots $7.00, other vacclna- dons are available. Sponsored by the HeAley FFA. Services provided by Ouail Veterinarian Clinic. Program Set Tuesday, May 3, at 7:00 p.m., - PTA will hold the final meet- ing of the 1993-94 school year inthe High School Auditorium. Jobexta Helms will present those "Fabulous five and super six year olds" inn musical presentatlon of how music can reinforce dass- room skills and the art of color recognition. The slate of 1994-95 PTA of- ricers will be presented for a vote and all volunteers who have par- ticipated this year will be recog- nized and presented with a certifi- cate of appreciation. The Clarendon students were delighted with the return of the Lone Star Ballet Ensemble on Thursday, April 19, and the Junior High and High School students were hqed by the rmm Of tri. atldon champion, Amy Roberts on April 25. PTA has enjoyed a successful year of programs, projects, and Clarendon Littl ttion will hold its 1994 P.n All tean and shirts) for team at 5:00p.m. has planned :cookout. They are 'ami to bring enough gitems for your fatal- have at the park it your family) the fol- ents: buns, wieners, chips, are re- oversee the following Cooks-Richard Grib- Kent Hargis Sears. In charge of  up are: Gara Martin, L_zman, Holly Hads and --ma r. developed some way to secure the names, addresses and phone num- bers of cancer patients. At least one seam has tailored its requests for money to sound like a nationally-organized foundation. It has sent a letter to a Clarendon resident soliciting funds for "the Doniey County Area Cancer Drive". None of these fly-by-night operators should be confused with Kids To Visit Kindergarten The Kindergarten of Claren- don Pubfic Schools extends an invitation to all children who will be five years old on or before Sep- tember 1, 1994, to go and visit the school gan/zation is The American Can- cer Society. The trademark for the American Cancer Society is a styl- ized sword of Aesklepius, the Greco- Roman god of healing. If the fund raising effort has the sword and the words "American Cancer Society", then a person can be sure that most of his gift will go for research. If it lacks those marks, then a potential donors should be exceedingly skepticaL At least one seam operator makes a practice of moving every three or four months, and chang- ing the name of his organization with each move. Presumably he leaves each state one jump ahead of the sheri April 29, 1994. Parents may children to Room D-101 at 10.'00 am. and pick them up at 11:15 am. The school will provide a lunch in the cafeteria for the visit. tug children. .Thbep.cenmtUngthe new kindergarten children on the same day in room D-103. Please bring photocopies of your child's birth certificate, s security number, and immuniTadon record on the visitation day. If your child will attend een  ' and he or e uas not  apersonalin- vitation to visit kindergarten, please  874-3855 and   the child s name, birthdate, and  address. Memorial Scholarships Given The cJ. & Thetma Bairfd Memorial Foundation announced the recipients of the Bah-field Memorial Scholarships on Wednesday, April 13, 1994 ..... The awards presentation was held in the VIP Room located in the Bairfield Center on Clarendon College campus. The ho .m. were Greg Collins and  Greg Collins, a senior at Clarendon High School,  on _aending Bayior University. On accepting the award Greg stated, "This indeed is an incredible honor. I am happy that I was chosen to receive this prestigious award from the Bairfield Foundation." Charlie Smith, also a senior at Clarendon High School, plans on attending Austin College. On accepting his award, Charlle stated, "I feel this award to be a great achievement followin 8 the reputaionof the Bairfi estate. Everyone involved in their estate deserves all of my thanks and gratitude. participation. Many hearts beat as one to unite our school, teachers, parents and community. Bless each one of you for your efforts "for put- ting your hearts in PTA-FOr All Children. Circle Will Furn00 Apan, Donley County residents who want to help may do so by contacting Circle of Friends through: Glenna Henderson, 1500 Wallace Blvd., Amarillo, TX 79106. The Circle needs furniture, appliances and linens to fit twin beds and a queen-sized sofa/sleeper. The C'uck of Friends is af- filiated with the Don and Sybil Harringmn Cancer Center. Its purpose provide support to cancer victims and their famil/ea. of patients at the Don and Sybil Har- rington Cancer Center will soon have a place to stay while their loved ones take treatment. The Circle of Friends, a non-profit membership organization that helps cancer patients and their families, is furnishing the apart- ment near the Center in Amarillo. Burton Library Hours Mondays. Fridays: 10:00a.m..6.,00 p.m. Saturda__ys: 9:00 a.m..l:00 P.m..