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May 26, 1983

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City Council met HOWardwick City nlet in emergency at the City Hall May 17 at 8:00 was called the necessity of decisions being Protect the health, welfare of the City. Those Lee Roy Charlie Craft, Leon Moore and Secretary Con- ten guests. was called to Mayor Lee Roy the invocation tldon to the City Properties, Will make a pay- |10,000.00 to be the present of build- fire station in as they had e for that the City them from any responsibility of fire station in was accepted. that better fire can be given by the fire depart- one location. Steel Build- o the construction station addition This addition the size of the The City has recently purchased a maintainer, a roller, a dump truck, a flat bed trailer and a back hoe with a front end loader. Extensive work on the streets is planned for this year and this work has been started. The new street name signs will be put up soon, the community building will be painted and a boat dock will be built at the boat ramp area. Southland Properties is deeding lots #7 through #13 Nocona Hills and lost #320 through #332 Cherokee to the City. They are leasing the swimming pool from the City and will be operating it this summer. The Howardwick City Council met in emergency called session at the City Hall on Saturday May 21. This meeting was called because of the urgent public necessity that a decision be made immediately to solve the water drainage problem between Janny Drive and Olita Drive and between Sherwood Drive and Swan- son Street. Those present were Mayor Lee Roy Jack- son; Aldermen Charlie oren, Stony Craft, Waldon Moore and H.L Tipton; Secretary Connie Milan and five guests. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Lee Roy Jackson and the invocation was led by A.J. Burleson. News by AHCE HOOD Friend- met Friday, May p.m. at City Hall for d monthly meet- enjoying the the meeting to order; minutes approved. Busi- taken care of and enjoyed visiting, and catching .eVent takes place on Friday of each is most pleasur- a of these neigh- Ikren represented Homemakers L donation of $50.00 Fire De- Wells gave a .the progress of the to take this to commend the who have been so diligently with County Cancer ted Willie Moore Willie's son, Susie and Blevins, of Ama- Grove, OK last to attend the graduation of Sonny' s daughter, Tracy. Tracy was one of one hundred and twenty-two graduates. She was Valedictorian and gradu- ated with "High Honors". Joe and Margaret Wells left Saturday for Tulsa, OK. Margeret's mother is ill and she will be staying for awhile to relieve her sister. Lola Bartel of Howard- wick, Lee Welch and Irene Vinson of Claendon, and Glenn Cosby of Memphis will be traveling together to Lub- bock's Texas Tech to attend a "Dietary Seminar" for two days. They will room in the dorm and have meals in the: cafeteria. How convenient for theml Leon and Mable May visited in Plainview the past weekend with their children. Seems as though Peck and Margaret Pettit ran into some stormy weather going to Panhandle. They traveled on to Amarillo and found that their house there had been damaged by the storm. Alta and Toughy Reynolds enjoyed the company of their children, Guy and Cheryl Cloud and daughters Michelle and Linda of Ama- rillo, Sunday. Heats ON by KATIE DVORAK a't it be fun to invite Over about 10:00 R would be WOuld be relaxed, be any fuss you could really good visiting in. brunch some day of ideas. BAKE ted Half Shredded cheddar crusts from the spread with buttered side X 101A X 2" Brown and sprinkle on Beat together and Half and cheese on top with egg in refrigerator Bake uncovered 45 minutes until Cut in serve. chicken chopped mushrooms I Celery cream of chicken soup 3A C mayonaise chow mein noodles Combine first five ingredi- ents, blend well and add soup and mayonnaise. Put in 2 qt baking dish, top with noodles, bake 350 for 30 minutes until mix bubbles. FRENCH BREAKFAST PUFFS 11/2 C sifted flour ltA tsp baking powder V2 tsp salt % tsp nutmeg A C shortening tA C sugar 1 egg 1/2 C milk 6 TBS melted oleo 1/2 C sugar 1 tsp cinnamon Sift together first four ingredients. Cream shorten- ing, sugar, and 1 egg. Mix dry ingredients with creamed alternately with t/2 C milk. Fill 12 greased muffin cups 2/3 full. Bake in 350 oven for 20 minutes. Remove and immediately dip in melted oleo then roll in sugar and cinnamon mix. BANANA FRUIT DRESSING 1 mashed banana 1 pkg (3 oz) cream cheese 6 TBS sour cream IA C Half and Half 1/4 C honey 1 tsp lemon juice Beat together smooth, serve over assorted fresh fruit. The decision to clean out and deepend the drainage ditch on the south side of Olita Drive from Sherwood Drive to Swanson Street to and to put in two drainage pipes Under Olita Drive so as to divert part of the water was made. The decision to call a meeting for Saturday June 4 at 8:30 a.m. and to contact the owners of the property along both sides of Janny Drive and the north side of Olita Drive between Sher- wood Drive and Swanson Street, urging them to attend this meeting was made. The culverts, etc. in that area that are acting as dams are to be identified and corrected. The City will work with the property owners in every way possible to keep the cost to them as low as possible but the drainage problem must be solved. The public is urged to attend all City meetings. These news stories are being put in our local newspaper in an effort by the City to keep the public better informed of the actions of our municipal government. The Clarendon Pr, Thurs. May 26, 1983 Ashtola - Martin News by NAOMI GREEN Ashtola area received from .8 to a little over an inch of rain. Goodnight and Martin were not as blessed although they did receive some showers. Becky, Jereld, David and Oleta Lane were visitors Sunday in the Claude Spivey home. Kathy Holland and the Kidd families attended a memorial service Tuesday night at 7 p.m. at the high school auditorium at Claude honoring Larry King and Ray Burton, both former sheriffs killed while on duty in Armstrong County, Charles Strange, present sheriff, conducted the ser- vice. Each family was hon- ored with a medal, a plaque and a flag. We are grateful for the lives of these two men who lost their lives in service of our community. Henry Hermesmeyer of Clovis and Mary Jo Hermes- meyer of WTSU were home for the weekend with the Bud Hermesmeyers. Brodus Spivey from Austin spent Thursday and Friday with the Claude Spiveys. Lloyd and Melba Risley went to a coin and gun show at the Civic Center in Ama- rillo Saturday. Afterwards they visited the Lloyd Virgil Risley family. Lori Green of Amarillo spent the weekend with her father, Larry and Jason. She visited Saturday night wRh her grandparents the H.A. Greens and cousins, Clint, David and Lindsay who were also overnight visitors with their grandparents. Larry Gray of Dimmitt was home to visit Vance Gray's for the weekend. Larry has resigned his teaching career and will take up ranching at Adair OK. Mr. and Mrs. Skeet Brown attended their 42 club at the home of the Dutch Crowells in Groom Monday evening. Skeet and Eileen Brown spent the weekend at Strat- ford celebrating Carrie Sue Davis' first birthday. The maternal grandmother, Mrs. John Krizan was also in attendance. Kay and Harold Green held down the fort at the ranch for the Skeet Browns last weekend and Hubert Rhoades visited Monday. Jonna Nayior and her friend Barbara from Ohio visited the Royce Halls and Mrs. H.A. Green Friday enroute back to Canyon to finish their summer move out of the dorm at WTSU. David and Jerry Green were among the graduates of the pre.kindergarten class at the Baptist Church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Taylor of Amarillo visited with the Buff Hoilar family Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Hollar attended Jack and Sue Leeper's 25th wedding anni- versary reception Sunday afternoon. Royce Hall had eye sur- gery at the High Plains Hospital Wednesday of last week. He is home and recuperating nicely. Joyce Stewart, his daughter from Virginia flew in for a few days to keep an eye on him and visit with family. Duane and Mae Naylor came from Crowell Sunday to see Royce and the family. Roslie Watson attended a shower for Medina McAnear at the First Bank and Trust hospitality room Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Watson attended the Jack Leeper anniversary reception Sun- day afternoon. Gay and Shanna Cole and Roslie Watson were in Ama- rillo Monday after school. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Bran- don attended the Top of Texas Air Stream Trailer Rally over the weekend at Pala Duro State Park. A business meeting was con- ducted, visiting and eating was enjoyed and Sunday there was a devotional. Thursday evening Hazel Brandon's nephew, T.L. Cole and his wife from Amarillo had supper and visited with the J.R. Brandons. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Land helped Billy Jack and Helen Land move Montie Land from Friar to Kress last week. Wright to coach in Clayton Norman Wright will be the head basketball coach at Clayton, NM High School. He is eagerly looking forward to the challenges presented by this high school. "Clay- ton is a really exciting com- munity," wife Juanel said, "they are very culturally oriented for the youth." They really are supportive of their sports programs and everyone is really nice." Both Norman and Juanel wish to express their grati- tude to their many friends here in Clarendon for helping them settle in and experience a good year while teaching at CHS. Juanel will be attending a college to further her art work, Norman will be work- ing with a basketball work- shop this summer and both will be eager to hear from their friends here in Claren- don. 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