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April 28, 1994 vas honored recently with a reception at the Barefleld Mrs. James, Head of the Cosmetology Department, is retiring years of teaching at Clarendon College. League Needs Players River Summer Basketball League is preparing to kick off its year of play. The Competition will be tough, as players be participating. Last year the League was repre- by the following towns: Childress, Chillleothe, Clarendon, Crowell, Hcdley, Kelton, Lakeview, McLean, Memphis, Paducah, CAme- Shamrock, Silverton, Valley, Vernon, Wellington, and Each team is jzuaranteed to play two games each week, beginning June llth and- running through Saturday, July 9th. All games will Childress gyms, and on Saturdays only. The All- Star Games are Saturday, July 16tlL Official referees will be used. :freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior boys and girls The cost is $40.00 per player and all applications must be by May 1st. Applicatious may be picked up from high school area school. Applications, including the $40.00 f Kelvin King, P.O. Box 1280, Childres Texas 79201. Teams will be filled on a first Tax, ciTed basis until all team positions received after May 1st or after teams have been have any questions, call Joe Jouett, Larry or Kelvin King. Cancer Offered May 7,1994, Amarillo area the Don & Harrington Cancer Center, American Cancer Society conducting a free skin can- Screening clinic from 9:30 aan. 2:00 p.m. The clinic will take at the Don & Sybil Har- Cancer Center, 1500 Wal- Amarillo, Texas. Six Dermatologists will be in the screening: Dr. Archer, Dr. Turner Dr. William R. East, E. Posey, Dr. Larry C. and Dr. Jack D. Waller. public. Skin cancer is the most com- form of cancer that occurs in estimated that 627,000 occurred in the states during 1990. About out of every eight new cancers Skin cancer is usually dis- Bed In terms of either or nonmelanomas be- :differences be- melanomas and other skin Whereas nonmelanomas Cancers are the most common, are far more deadly. quarters of all deaths CUtaneous cancers are due to he Clarenben fleWs Friendship Club Wet ]Mendslsip quilting dub met in the home of Oddie Moss, April 12,1994. embers and three guests were present. President Irene Jones opened the business meeting, Secretary Jane Stevens called roll with 8 members answering. Jane read minutes of pre- vious meeting in February. It was discussed about going to the Medical Center Nursing Home to sing for the residents, was tabled until next meeting. The next meeting is scheduled for May 10 at Horine Bennett's home. Refreshments of shortcakes with either or both peaches or strawber- ries and whipped topping, nuts, mints, tea or coffee, were served to guests Grade Ayers, Rosie Lee Watson, Dorcus Osburn, and members Flossie Bennett, Merle Butts, Irene Jones, Yvonne Belle McDanial, Vada Mor- rison, Bradus Sheller, Jane Stevens and hostess Oddie Moss. JACK MO, (center) who has made Clarendon College well known for it Ranching and Feedlot program, is retiring. Here he Is enjoying the reception given in his honor. in lung cancer. Almost all of the hygiene. People should also be dis- remaining deaths from skin cancer couragedrom usingartificialsour- are due to squamous cell car- ces of ultraviolet light such as those cinoma. The risk of nonmelanomas skin cancer is increasing, probably due to increased exposure to UV- B, a form of ultraviolet radiation. Even through basa cell carcinoma rarely metastasizes and is readily cured, one out of sixteen squamous cell carcinoma metastasize, and 40% of patients with matastatic squamous cell carcinoma will die of the disease. More ominous is the increasing risk of develop, i....dig- nant melanoma over one s liletmze. Since 1935, this risk has increased from I in 1500 to an estimated risk of 1 in 90 for Caucasians born in the year 2000. It is probable that in sun- burn, rather that total sun ex- posure, is an etiological factor for malignant melanoma. Many skin cancers can be prevented by avoiding, as much as is practicable skin-damaging UV-B Radiation. Persons who will be out in the sun should wear protective clothing, such as a hat, and apply sunscreen with a protective (SPF) of at least 15 to all exposed skin. This SPF level allows a person who would normally begin to burn in 10 minutes of sun to remain exposed for up to 150 minutes without burn- ing. For l:rsons at high risk oc., suuscrecn should be a part o mmy PCS Has Moved melanoma, and the rate lthenamberofdea00 To New Building nant melanoma is Danhandle Community SeT- to the rate of increase vice is proud to announce that they will be open for services in their new location at 416 S. Kearney on Monday, May 2, 1994 at 8:00 a.m. The phone numbers will be the same as before. The numbers are (806)874-2573 and (806)874-2606. The office hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. "= and from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. 11 $6 44 12 $$ 36 13 68 37 14 86 46 lS 88 46 16 71 37 17 85 38 .5O YR AGO 1.06 4.20 YR AGO 4.44 Robbie Hill, Regional Manager and Carlene Hollar, Center Coordinator would like to invite everyone to come by and visit the new location, which is handicap accessible. They stated that there will be an open house announced at a later date. Singing Scheduled The Faith Temple Church in Clarendon will be having Friday N'Re singing. Friday, April 29 at 7 p.m. FeaturingTerri May from Amarillo. ComeOne come alL used in tamm salons. Sunscreen come in a wide range of sun protective factors. It is generally acknowledged that people should use suuscreen with at least an SPF of 15. To achieve adequate sun protection, sunscreen must be applied generously and evenly on all ex- posed skin-including the backs of necks and chests of people wearing t- shirts. The suuscreen should be re-applied about every 2 hours if the wearer is perspiring or swim- ruing. Those who will be perspiring heavily or swimming should con- sider using waterproof formulas. Awareness of skin cancer, is essential to prevention of unneces- sary morbidity and mortality. Knowing to use suuscreen of SPF 15 or greater and to monitor any moles for change can assist people to help themselves prevent disease that is highly curable when found in the early stages. For information regarding that free skin cancer screening, please call Karen Woodward at (806)359-4673. Hedley Senior Citns Menu April 28 -btay 4 11mrsday: Steak & Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Jelled Fruit, Lemon Cream Pie, Roll, Milk, Tea, Coffee Friday: Beef Stew w/Peas, Carrots, Potatoes, Tomatoes, Onion, Celery, Toss Salad, Plum Cobbler, Corn Munro, Milk, Tea, Cof- fee Monday: Cod Fillet, Tater Tots, Mix Greens, Cole- slaw, Pineapple Whip, Corn Muffin, Milk, Tea, Coffee Tuesd. Goulash, Tur- nips & Carrots, Jelled Fruit w/Whipped Topping, P-3. Cookies, Corn Mulrm, Milk, Tea, Coffee Wednesday: Steak & Gravy, Augratin Potatoes, Steamed Cabbage, Deviled Egg, Peaches & Bananas, Roll, Milk, Tea, Coffee Clendm" of Events "l['nmday: Games 1-3 p.m.; Friday: Games 1-3 p.m., Games 6 p.m.; Monday: Games 1-3 p.m., Musical 7.-00 p.m.; Tuesday: Games 1-3 p.m., Blood Pressure 1 p.m., Games 7:00 p.m.; Wedaesday:. Games 1-3 p.m. Sealer Clti Menu April 28 - May 4 ursday: Roast Beef w/Natural Gravy, Cream Potatoes, Glazed Carrots, N-Re Cap Salad, C, heusex.ak, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk Friday: Cod Patty, Corn Dressing, Broccoli, Cabbage and Apple Salad, Pineapple Upside Down Cake, Bread, Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk Monday: Chicken Fried Steak w/Gravy, Cream Potatoes, Turnip Greens, Pickled Beets, Tropical Apple Crunch, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk Tuesday: Smothered Chicken, Blackeyed Peas, Fried Squash, Apricots, Cookies and Ice Cream, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk Wedlaesday: Baked Ham w/Fruit Sauce, Candied Yam, Spinach, Jello Cubes, Orange Pineapple Delight, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk Calendar of Events Thmmiay: Exercise II am, Lunch 11:30 am., Games 12:30-3 p.m. Priday: Exercise 11 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m. Monday: Exercise 11 am., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m., Dance Practice 7-9 p.m., Line Dance Practice 6:00 p.m., Tuesday: Exercise 11 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m.,Wednesday:Ex- ercise 11 am., Lunch 11:30 am., Games 12:30-3 p.m. Page 3 Clarendon: Antique Capital of the Panhandle. I Donley County H00tory Books Im AvallBble from Eureda Mayo Seeus before cat.eves see Before a thief strips your car clean, stop by our office for a free booklet of prevention tips Together, we'll slam the brakes on car theft You're in good hands AIIalale Jem & Karen Simmons 0 ,OmmoaTx (t gT- (m0) )4m @ 1994 Mlstate Insurance Company, No&bmok, Illlnob. STATEMENT OF CONDITION PUBLICATION COPY - COMM|ReIAL AND SAVING8 BANKS CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION !Including Domell rand Fore S,Jbsldlades) ii ii LEGAL TITLE OF BANK First Bank s Trust or Clarendon CITY [COUNTY STATI: [ZIP CODE Clarendon | Donley I Texas ] 79226 ASSETS 1 Cash and balances dua from dapository institutions: i i [STATE BANK NO. 11 JCLOSE OF SUSlNESs DATE I March 199q a. NlNemst - beadng balancn and currency and ootn ...... Interest - boadng bllancea ....................................................... 2. Securities 3. Federal funds sold & secortbes purchased under agreen'mts to msetl in domlmtk: offes ot the bank & of its Edge & Agreement subsidiaries, & in tBFs: a. Federal tundl b. SecurRm purchased under agreemen to resefl 4. Loans and lease financing receivables: a. Loans and leases, net of unearned income b. LESS: Aliowance for loan 8rid loose ioues c. LESS: Allocated transfer risk reserve d. Loans and leases, nat of unearned income, allowance, and reaerve (Item 4.a mlnul 4.b 8nd 4.c) .................. 5. Assets held in trading accounts ........................................................................ 6 Premises and fixed sssets (including capitalized leases) ....................................... 7 Other real estate owned ................................................................................................ 8 Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries end associated compllnies .............................................. 9 Cuslomere' liability to this Dank on acceplalea outatandin 0 ........................................................... 10 Intangible asses ............................................................. 1 I, Other assets 12. a. Total assets (sum of items 1 through 11) ........................................................................... b Loans deferred buuant to 12 U.S.C. 1823  ...................................................................... c Total assets and Iossea deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 18230) (sum of Iterml 12.a and 12.b) ....................... LIABILITIES 13 Deposits: a. In domestic offices ........................................................................................ (1) Noninterest - besting ............................................................... (2) Intareat - bearing ................................................................. b+ In foreign offices, Edge 8nd Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFa .......................................... (1) Noninterest - bearing .............................................................................................. (2) Interest - bearing ................................................................ 14. Federal funds urchased and secudtlee aold under agreemonta to repurchmm in domestic offel of the bank & of its Edge & Agreament subsldiariea, & in ISFI: e, Federel fonda  ............................................................ b. Securitiel Iold under Itgmomonl tO rei:s.k-hlu ....................... 15. Demand notes Iseued to the U.S, Treaaut ............................................................................ 16 Oth6r borrowed money ........................................................................................... 17 Mortgage indebtedness and obligations under capttaUzed lama ..................................................... 18, Bank's liability on acceptances exaculed and outataxllng .......................................................... 19. Subordinated notes and debentures ................................................................................. 20. Other liabilities ........................................................................................................ 21. Total liabilitea (sum of items 13 through 20) ............................................................................ 22 Limited - life preferred stock and related aurplus ........................................................................................................................................ EQUITY CAPITAL 23 Perpetual preferred stock and related surplus (No. of shares outstanding J 7500]fl1 ) ................................... 24 Common stock (No. of shares a. Authodzed ..................................................... J u, O,attandi,'m ............................................. [ 2S09[ ) ............................ 25 Surplus (exclude 81 surplus related to preferred stock) .................................................................. 26. a+ Undivided profits and capital reserves ............................................................................. b. LESS: Net unrealized loss on marketable equity secudtles ................................................................................................. 27. Cumulative foreign currency translation adjustments ................................................................. 28 s. Total equity capital (sum of Rome 23 through 27) .................................................................. b+ Losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1823 0) ................................................................... c Total equity capital and losses deforred pursuant to 12 U.S+C. 1823 (J) (alal of laura8 28.a. & 28.b) 29 Tolat liabiitias, timited - lite prelarred stock, eqully capital,   n'ad ;RRltlnt to 12 U,S.C. 1823 Q} {sum of itams 21, 22, and 2AC I ................................................................... MEMORANDA: Amounts outatandlng 88 of Report of Condition de: 1. e. Stsndby letters of credit. Total MEMO 1,a. NOTE: This report must be silned by en authOdzed offioera) atl Otmated by not kNll thin three  other then tt officer( Iltl the report. i/we, the undersigned officer(s), do hereby declars that this Report Of Condition hse bo4 ;'-,j In oonformenoe with offiolal JmltnJtlOna sod IS truo -- and orrsct to ths best of my (our) knowledge and bellaf. SIC'kA-T U R OF FIC E R) -AU 1 ORIZEO TO SIGN REPORT ' ''IOAIE SI(NED _", NAM[(S) m[3"IE(-S) OF-O'FfCERf_g)AUTHORIZED TO SIGN P, EPT IA REA C-FJPNbI-E NO, -- Michael C. Graham r Cashier , I fB06) 87q-3ss  SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR ISIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR ISIGNATURE (F DIRECTOR Bronnie F. McNabb r Jr. IJEM Simmons ........ | Jo T. L?vel I