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i  ' : i :  , i, : ,i " /,  "Oldest thriving town in the PanhandleF 947040 ISSN 1048-8170 Thursday, May 26, 1994 Vol 5, Number 21 ii ....... i! i!i/ ii ./ Students Honored Oklahoma Christian University of Science and Arts has announced names of 211 students who have been named to the Honor roll for the Spring 1994 trimester. The Honor Roll consists of students who have earned a grade point average 3.40 or above on a four-point scale. Scott Lynn Hankins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hankins of Claren- don,is majoring in Computer Science, and has attained this Honor Roll Also achieving this Honor Roll is Triva Marie Denney. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gene Denney. Triva is majoring in Elemen- tary Education. Oklahoma Christian is a private h'beral arts university now in its 44th year of operation- The school offers more than 70 degree options including nationally accredited programs in engineering and education as well as GREG COLLINS received the several preprofessional programs such as pre-law and pre-med. Students Fighting Heart Award and the attending the 1993-94 school term represent 44 states and 33 foreign Knorpp Cup Award at the High countries. " School Graduation, Friday, May 20,1994. Greg was also the 1993-94 Honors Given ELIZABETH MCANEAR reoeived the Best Girl Athlete at High School Graduation, Friday, May 20. She also received the Outstud- ing Track/Basketball Award at the High School All Sports Banquet. the First Baptist Church in Clarendon, on 2"hursday, May 19, 1994. These little PreSchoolers are to starting Kindergarten in the fall. Pictured in the back Martin Oliver, Kyleigh McKeever, Katie Askew, Seth Koetting, Bennett. Middle row 0 to r) Brittney Kelly, Shelby Watson, Dustin Thomas, Regan Lemley. Front row 0 to r) Ciint , Ben Kochick, Desirae Row, and Jon McGiaun. Available Coordinator for Pan- Community Services C.arlene Hollar, has ! that there will be funds  L 1994, the Comprehen- , Assistance Program. verify eligibility, the following with you the office: Proof (your award letter for receive Social Security, pension or a copy slip); your current bill; and the previous months history on your r bilL The history can be 416 South Kearney, south of the United States Post Office, in Clarendon, Texas. Included in the an- nouncement was also the date for their Open House, scheduled for Sunday, June 12, 1994, from 2p.m. until 4 p.m. Rcgionai iviau, ubbi Hill and Center Coordinator would like to take this opportunity to in- vite everyone to come by their new location in Clarendon- 3 in mind that the Clutch- is no longer located in The new curt- just south oh the United Post Office at 416 South Set community Ser- Clarendon Center, has that they will be having Cutting Ceremony at new facility on Thursday May 26, 1994, at 10:30 The new Center is located at Walk Benefit off on the fight foot with | great walk MDA. The walk : at Medical Center Park otl 1994. Everyone is invited encourage you to bring Stroller and make this A ourse consists of mutes,the first is a le walk, and the other is a I a halfmile  Everyone ,will receive a T- lunch courtesy of Hof- Please contact the office to get your walking Refreshments will at the finishline. sponsors of the great re: Southwest Airlines :n's, First National al HomeHealth Hoffbrau .Steaks,As- News Channel FM 98MDAser- and children neurom. Mre than 700 diplomas were presented during the recent 64th annual Amarillo College Commencement exercises in the Cal Farley Coliseum at the Amarillo Civic Center. Candidates for graduation included Nancy Newhouse, a paramedicine tecimology major from Clarendon- Athletic Director Resigns iaadoa ClS aaaoaa that Athletic Director\\;Foot- ball Coach Mickey Mitchell has resigned to return to Monahans, Texas. Coach Mitchell submitted School Needs Housing Listings Finding suitable housing for teachers is a critical problem for school officials as they try to recruit and employ new personnel," explains Phil Barefield, superintendent. Clarendon, like many towns of its size, has very limited housing that meets the expectations of professionals that work in our community. Two and three bedroom rental units are almost impossible to fin& has resignation on May 18 after only seven days on the job. District officials indicated that Mitchell sited personal reasons for leaving the position. District superintendent, Phil Barefield, stated that he was very disappointed in the departure of Mitchell This is the second ath- l,tc director employed vAthin the last month that hag left the district. Barefield indicated that  both coaches had different reasons for resigning, diflitlty in finding ade- quate honsing for their families was a tremendously serious problem. Both men were very impressed with the students, school, and com- munity. Barefield stated that ef- forts continne to fred a director that will develop an outstanding athletic program. PTA Tasting In an effort to assist teachers as they move into Clarendon, Barefield is requesting that property owners consider listing any housing for rent, lease, or sale by telephoning his office. Cula Jo Trout will maintain a listing of this property for incoming personnel. Barefield stated that most teachers make very good tenants because of their steady income and general care of the property. "A property listing would be of tremendous benefit to us as we try to recruit and locate quality people in Clarendon," commented Barefield. Those willing to participate in this effort should call the superlntendent's office at 874-2062. Romance Writers Hold Meeting At Bar-H /zmcheon Set ROMANCE WRITERS holding at meeting at the Bar H Worldag Dude Ranch. tivated the crowd with tales of"Old Saint's Roost". San Thompson and Susan Nelson spent a great deal of time and effort comp'ding a list of Clarendon "yarn spinners'. If you are a would-be writer or are inter- ested in more history of our history- rich community, the list is available by contacting San or Susan at S & S Antiques, 874-3198. pm A will have a Tasting cheon on Thursday June 2, from 11:- 1:30 at the Methodist Church Fellohip HalL Tickets are $5.00 and all proceeds go to benefit the new playground. Please contact Cindy (2554) or Karen (2848) if you would like to purchase a fickeL .... TA.00 Test To Be Given Students who are out of school, bnt who have not passed the TAAS te m pick up an Out of School Registration Packet from the High School Counsel,s olfice. I I/ Jl [ II Masonic Lodge Awards Scholarships Despite a cold gusty wind, the May meeting of the Romance Writers of the Texas Panhandle proved to be a success. Over thirty people braved the cloudy skies and cold wind to hear Connee McAnear speak about 'Finding Inspiration in Your Own Backyard'. San Thompson cap- Scholar to Clareaden College were awar to Amy Koontz md Rm  by Clarendon Lodge No. 700. Masons support the Knights Templar Eye Foundation, Scottish Rite Learning Centen for dys]e and language disorders, and the fraternity provides many scholar- sh ench year to Cone muent Businesses to Close for Holiday Clarendon businesses will close in observance of Memorial ay, May 30, 1994. Virtually all government offices, the United States Postal Service, the banks and many private businesses  the holiday. Because of the holiday, the deadline for material for The Cenaon News will be Friday, May 27 instead of the normal Monday deadline. Please get advertisements and articles in early. The office will be closed Monday. CASEY AND STACEY Alexander received the Outstandlag F Award atthe High School All Sports BauqueLStaceff was also the1993,94 8,1matorlam. BILLYWILSON received the Out- mading Track/Baskmtml Award st the !I1# School All Sports Baa- qnet. CHAD CHAMPBELL reeelved tlm Clyde V/llson Fighting Heart Award at the High School All Sports Banquet. The testing dates and times are listed in the Test Site Directory in- duded in each registration packet. The test registration form must be completed and returned in the prcaddressed eelope and must be received in Icwa City, Iowa no later than 5:00 p.m., June 10,1994. Buckle Up For Safety i f you  sae thousands of lives with a simple cltclwould yout The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is TaDOT announced today that May k the month for Texans who don't buckle up! Buckle Up Texas! Month will spotlight the importaace of safety belts, air bags and clt/Id safety seats. The month will also be celebrated with increased education and enforcement of ef- forts. Translated,that means you are more likely to get a ticket for not wearing your safety belt, so you'd better learn to like it. "Many people just don't realized how much your chance of serious injury or is death is reduced ff you wear safety belts,  said Bill Burnett,TXDOT execu- tive director. Every state has a child safety law, and 46 states require drivers to wear seat belts. TxDOT is providing police departments with grants to conduct a special enfor- cement effort during May. "Safety belts saved an es- timated 34,794 lives from 1983 to 1992," said BurneR. We plan to cutminate this awareness month on Memorial Day weekend, the opening of the tourist season, so more lives can be saved. "It's too bad that the risk of getting a ticket is the only the only thing that will make some people buckle up," he added, "but supports safety-belt use and the laws requiring it. State law requires al/drivers and front seat pamengers buckle up. State law also requires all children under the age of two to be restrained in a child safety seat belt. Fines for not buckling up rang from 25-50. More than 60 percent of the ,O37 people iUed in accklents t year in Team we're not wear- ing a safety belt. Open House S,-meduled Texas Panhandle Mental Health Authority is hosting an open house at .the Clarendon at 111 South Kearney on y, May 26, 1994, from 3'.30 p. m. until 5".30 p. m. The Center serves residents of Donley, Col- lingsworth, Hall, and Armstron 8 Counties. Sandy Skelton, Executive Director of TPMHA, and a native of Clarendon, wiU e in the ribbon cutting and dedication ceremonies. For further information please contact Lawrence Walker, Pablic Information  at (806) 353-3699.