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April 28, 1994

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Page 2 Mini College Course Offered Clarendon College will be of- feting CIS 205, an introduc- tion to computers, during the college's mini session May 9-26. The class will meet Monday through Thursday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on the main campus. The class will be taught from the beginners viewpoint and cover five sections: Computer Literacy, MS-DOS, WordPerfect, Lotus, and dBase. Department chairperson Pare Denney will teach the class. CIS-205 is a 4-credit hour Jr.-Sr. Prom Special 20% Off Tuxedo Rentals Come in eady for beat ImlecUonL The Nook Doumtoum Clarendon Mon.-Sat. 9-5:30 874-3335 Our Reputation is Spotless Our professionals take pride in making sure your clothes are returned spot free, ready to wear. We also do all the little things ... tacking a cuff, tightening a loose button, and returning your clothes when promised. Keeping you spotless keeps your reputation - spotless. Greenbelt Cleaners 874-5024 A member of the International Fabricare Institute, -"-'ll-I the association of professional drycleaners and launderers. The Clarenben ews course required by universities to meet general education require- ments of most academic degree plans. Other courses offering during the mini session include: College Algebra (8 a.m. to noon), World Literature I (8 a.m. to noon), Medical Terminology (1 p.m. to 5 p.m.), Intro to Fine Art (4 p.m. to 8 p.m.), General Psychology (6 p.m. to 10p.m). One course may be taken during the mini session. Anyone in- terested in more information may contact (806)874-3571. Benefit To Be Held ia'day , April 29th, there will be benefit dance at the com- munity building in Clarendon from 8:00-11:00 p.m. Jay Riley, Gene Jone and Friends will be providing live entertainment for your enjoy- ment. The cost of admission will be $3.00 for singles and $5.00 for The L/ons Ta/e couple. The proceeds that are raised will go to Ronnie and Kelley Pit- cock of Clarendon to help cover recent expenses incurred during a long illness and upcoming surgery. The Pitcock's have been Donley County resident's for the past two years and have one school age child. Ronnie is employed by Continental Express and Kelley is .employed by Medical Center Nurs- ing Home. Kelley is limited with Cerebral Palsy and other health problems have recently come to light. "The support of everyone has been just great and we are so ever thankful to each of you." Come and join in the fun and show your support through the value of good neighbors. Your help in the endeavor will be greatly ap- predated. If anyone would like to volunteer their time for this event please contact either 874-2623 or 874-2718. You can't rustle up a tougher pair of boots. Red Wing Pull-On Pecos Boots. From the brand you trust. James Owens Leather Goods by Gcue Alderson The Clarendon Lions Club held its regular meeting at noon on Tuesday, April 19, 1994 at the Lions Hall. Twelve members and one guest were present. Also in attendance was Dee W'dliams who played the piano for the opening ceremonies. Following the meal, the meeting was called to order by Vice President Garland. After the opening ceremony, an item of busi- ness was discussed and the meeting was adjourned. e. ; LAND & SEA ; PETS " . Fish ,0 (Saltwater & Fresh) .. Pet Supplies "., : , Birds . o (Domestic, Handraised) o Foods o Science Diet 0 0 Nutro Max o , : 1AMS o o Bo & Wiili Bozarth O 1936 Civic Circle O (Wolflin Square) O 0 Amarillo, TX 79109 O 0 (806) 352-4371 0 0 "We're your neighbors." ,. . .. o : . a '. o r ....................... " ........ ",'"'"" ........ " ...................... C"l ' Saa. ' i 0,"* i --), 0 " # -".--  Kenny's [Next to 'ons Boot Shop] [ 1,, | I l l | l | | | | | | lished weekly for $16.50 per | year in Donley County and $20.00 per year out-of-eount by Bob Williams, dba The | Clarendon Press, 103 s. gear. s ney, Clarendon, Texas 79226. s , Second-class postage paid at s Clarendon, Texas 79226- | | 1110. | | POSTMASTER: send | | address changes to The I | Clarendon News, P.O. Box | | 1110, Clarendon, Texas | 79226-1110. I J Classified ads are $4.75 ! ! l;or the first 15 words or less ! | and 15 cents per word for I each additional word. Boxes ! | or special typography are | extra. Standard display rates | a are $3.40 per SAU column I | inch. Engagement, wedding, uby's Fried Chicken i Catfish and Hamburgers Watch for Our Grand Open,ng! ] ' Let us cater4nc r banquet : birthday, and anniversary 'Bronco Ba y , pictures are ,S.O0 each. Pic. | | tures submitted for publica- | tion should be picked up : I g within 10 days after publiea- | : tion. Deadlines for news and :  articles are normally Mon- i Buttermilk Bread Homemade Rolls : day at $:00 p.m. Pictures must be taken by Friday at 5:00 pan. The deadline maybe altered fop holidays. Any erroneous reflec- tion upon the character of any person or firmppearing ha these columns will be glad- ly and promptly corrected upon being brought to the paper's attention. I[[[ [ [[ I i Pies Cakes[ l 'Cookies Brownies ' l 1 ! | ' Decorated Cakes ' , ' Custom ', ! | ["Tell Us What You Wantr' Special Orders Welcome. : | | ,' H/ghway t F.t , ,,, ," | | I . .'.':'" I ,! ,; '1 | T MEMBER 1994 TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION Thursday. April 28, i HANNAH ROSE ALEXANDER Look Who's New M r . and Mrs. Russell Alexander of Roaring Springs announce, the arrival of their daughter, Hanna Rose. born on Tuesday., April 5, 1994 at 12:42 pJn. in the Methodist Lubbock. She weighed 7 pounds and 1 Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Rick Alexander of i Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hand of Roaring Springs. Pancake 500p00), p.m. - 8:00 p.m.), ogy (6:00 p.m. -10:00 Supper Planned Principles in Computer tion (6:00 p.m. - 10:00 One course may during ][.ledley CISD Board of Trus- will meet Monda, "-tees will sponsor their an- Thursday. Anyone i nual Scholarship Fund Pancake taking a class or needi Supper at the Hedley Cafeteria formation may contact May 3,1994 from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. 3571. Cost is $4.50 per person. Dona- tions will be accepted. Club Meetmg College Offers Held The Martin Ouat Mini Session Thursday, April Barbara Helm. One Clarendon College will offer a mini session May 9 thru May 27 on the main campus. Course offerings will include: College Al- gebra (8.' a.m. - noon), World Literature I (8:00 a.m. - noon), Medical Terminology (1:00 p.m. - finished. The noon joyed by alL Members Euniee Leeper, Verdie Pauline Koontz, Bunyan, Mary Lee Risley, Mary Banister, Cracken, Flossie Barbara Helms. Glenda Rogers, Lois l.,air. 1111 No Job Too Large or Too Small B.d. Hamilton Clarendon, Texas 79226 Ph. 874-3314 Box 27 See the exciting movies everyone's talking about... MISS DOUBT FIRE LAST OUTLAW ROBO COP III ERNEST RIDES AGAIN ANOTHER STAKE OUT FLESH & BONE RUBY IN PARADISE MR. JONES COOL RUHI4NG LAST RESORT RUSSIAN ROULETTE MALICE Stavenhagen 220 Kearney 874-5081