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The Clarendon Press, Thurs. May 26. 1983 Newhouse attends ;s announce it E! Wheat- announce the approach- daugh- to Russell Lee and Mrs. of Denver United in Hedley. a graduate of University where she was a member of Delta Psi Kappa. She is employed by Hertz Rent-a- Car. Mr. Foss is also a graduate of West Texas State University and is presently employed with M.L. Foss Inc., in Denver, Colo. where the couple plan to make their home. Friends of the couple are cordially invited to attend the wedding. Seminar Bright Newhouse, a local Life Insurance agent with American Amicable, will be among an anticipated 4,600 members of the Million Dol- lar Round Table (MDRT) gathering in Dallas, Texas June 26 to 30 for this exclusive life insurance sales association's S6th Annual Meeting. Thirty.nine coun- tries around the world will be revresented, making the IDRT meeting the most comprehensive sales forum in the life insurance industry. During the five-day meet- ing, more than I00 pro- fessional speakers will be discussing subjects of vital concern to those in the life insurance field. Experts in such areas as estate plan- ning, taxes, inflation and law will be sharing their know- ledge in a series of intense seminars. The word bride, experts say, is derived from an ancient Teutonic word meaning "to cook." ( FOR ALL YOUR DRY CLEANING On Tuesday and Friday Call 874-33l$ haney Cleaners Memphis WE WILL BE CLOSED m oriaz, na ***********.L.. Blke-A.1['nonwinners were: First Kam Hill with $472; Kerek Sldeida, second with S141.; and Robert Lee with $1flg.flO. Bike-a-thon a success May 7th members of the National Honor Society spon- sored their community pro- ject, the annual Bike-A- Thon. NHS officers and Leland Howell, Nelda Bur- row, John Smith and Annette Watson from the High School participated. Students from the Jr. High and elementary schools also rode their bi- cycles in the event to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Robert Lee rode far enough to collect $109 for the event, Derek Shields rode his little stubby legs off to earn $141 for the challenging pro- gram and Karen Hill won highest in her category for the third year in a row, earning $472 for the Bike-A Then. Members of the High School classes earned the balance to total a whopping $2380 collected as of this date toward the American Cancer Society. We congratulate these fine energetic youth for their participation in this worthy event to help their com- munity. We certainly ap- preciate all of the money pledged to these bikers to make their efforts worth- while. NHS officers were: Ken Don-is, Dorothy Braddock, Cara Corneli. Members in NHS are: Dyron Howell. Shalane Chamberlain, Susan Thompson, Ray Lindley, Arlis Thomas, Dondra Hol- land and Kim Wilson. TERYN SCOCINS Scoggin to perform May 28 Teryn Scoggin, seven year old daughter of Terry and Jennifer Scoggin, will per- form in Jeanne Willingham's 35th Annual Dance Revue on Saturday, May 28, in Pampa. Teryn will perform as a "petite ballerina" in the Sbostakovitch Ballet Suite. She has studied ballet with Ms. Willingham for one and a half years. The Lions OBSERVANCE OF THE HOLIDAY. Tale 411B00, UR The Bonley County State Bank FmsT i00:ru4:l'mJST OF CLARENDON by GENIE ALDERSON The Clarendon Lions Club held its regular meeting at noon on Tuesday at the Lions Hall. Twenty-nine members and two guests were present. Visiting the club were Todd Knorpp of Knorpp Insurance and Bob Dunn with the Caravan Sales for the Blind in Arlington. Following the Pledge of Allegiance and prayer, Lion Brister called the meeting to order and the first bingo night which was held last Saturday night was discussed. Boss Lion Bivens then went over the terms for the broom sale. Meeting adjourned. PRIME 8te00 , Y IP*IP FRESH SHRIMP flJ00o00 by air from the Gulf to you! Super Prices. 28 items Fresh and fresh Frozen Seafood Twirlers to attend State competition Cara Cornell, Dalyn Cros- iin, and Terri Leffew will attend the state twirlers com- petition on May 27. These girls have twirled together on the football field at Claren- don High School for the past two years. They have com- peted in numerous competi- tions and received 1 ratings. The girls received a II rating at state last year but have Superior Ouality and Cleanliness been working hard to make a ' Wewe]  ! this year. The girls will perform their ,oe I=  onil i trio along with twirlers all your in n. N over Texas. They will be competing with girls from r I TmmSDAY, May 26 I-A schools all the way to 5-A [Let Us Be Yew itEGUIAJI Smeree Of Rmeb i 2=30 p.m. - 6 p.m. schools. Cara Cornell and From SeMoodsl Terri Leffew will also com- pete in solo competition. DOROTHY BRADDOCK, Ken Dorrb sad Cara Cmnli NEIAJA BURROW, John Smith, Lebmd Ho- well and Annette Watson. Pre.Kindergarten graduates at First Baptist Church First Baptist Church Pre- Kindergarten had graduation for 22 children Sunday morn- ing May 22. The Pre-Kinder- garten school has had a 3-4 year class that met on Tues- day and Thursday from 9-12 and a 4-5 year class on Monday, Wedneslay, and Friday from 9-12. Brenda Allen is director for the Pre- Kindergarten school. Those participating in the 3-4 year old graduation were: Robert Bertrand, Scott Bivens, William Boston, Missie Butts, Chris Cham- berlain, Blake Deyhle, Mandy Goss, Korey Knorpp, John Naylor, Trent Mooring, Margaret McNabb and Raymond Proctor. Tr, ose participating in the 4-5 year old graduation were: Aaron Ashcraft, Andree Al- len, Clint Green, Jerry Green Jennifer Hatley, Katy Hill, Shalon Martin, Lana Moffett, Mandy McAnear, and Amy Thornberry. Emeil Now for Sumer P sis la Ve & JENNIFER D. 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