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Page 2 Medical Center News lrgaiday May 6th, residents thered in the dining room for coffee and doughnuts prior to the resident council meeting. The council meeting went really well and was very productive. Charlotte Roan, Ombudgman was present for this months meeting. They would like to let John Rattan at the the donut stop know how much they appreciated the donuts he donated for the meeting. That afternoon, residents enjoyed popcorn and the movie, Mrs. Doubtfire. The resi- dents found the movie very funny and seemed to have a good time. Tuesday, May 10th, the Clarendon Sr. Citizen singers sang for the residents and will be visiting again May 31st. The residents enjoy their singing so much and look forward to their return. Wednesday May 11th, the following residents celebrated their birthdays at the monthly birthday party; Claris Leffew, Ruth Payton, Bernice Thompson and Faye Riley, all sang "Happy Birthday" to these residents and You are cordially invited to an OPEN HOUSE for the opening of Texas Panhandle Mental Health Authority's Clarendon Center Thursday, May 26, 1994 from 3-.30 to 5".30 p.m. Ribbon Cutting will be at 4:00 p.m. 111 S. Keamey Clarendon, Texas I I "au are invited to a $:M Clartnban .W then had cake and punch. When the weather has been nice theresidents have enjoyed sit- tint on the patio with a cool drink or taking nature walks. On the 19th residents passed up a game of dominoes to sit outside. On the 20th, residents attended a popcorn and punch social. The 27th, resi- dents will have a homemade ice cream party at 3:30. This activity is one that receives a large atten- dance. If the weather permits, the residents will be able to sit on the patio and enjoy their ice cream. The staff will miss the follow- ing residents who have completed their heavenly journeys. They are, Threeele Foster, Carl Zybach and Genevieve Jones. Each of these residents was special in their own way to the staff and other residents. They would also like to welcome their new residents to the facility, Nora Decker, Nell Vitarelle and Henry Mann. They are happy to have these residents in their facility. The Medical Center would like to inform the community of a college fund that has been estab- lished for Kenny Booth in memory of his father, Bobby Dale Booth. The fund has been started by Medi- cal Center Nursing Home employees and is set up at the First :, LAND & SEA :', - PETS " . , Fish ." (Saltwater & Fresh) , Pet Supplies ", : Birds o (Domestic, Handraised) o o * Foods o Science Diet 0 0 Nutro Max o o : zus o Bo & Wiili Bozarth o b 1936 Civic Circle O (Wolflin Square) O O Amarillo, TX 79109 O (806) 352-4371 O 0 "We're your neighbors." 0 Bank & Trust of Clarendon. Any donations to this fund may be brought to the Medical Center of- rice or the the bank. The Lions Tale The Clarendon Lions Club held its regular meeting at noon on Tuesday May 17, 1994 at the Lion Hall with 14 members, 1 guest and Lion Sweetheart Dee Williams in attendance. They all enjoyed a very delicious fried chicken dinner and then the meet- hag was called to order by Vice- President Jimmy Johnson. Follow- hag the regular opening ceremony, Liontamer Henson introduced thier guest. A bingo report was given by Lion Bernbabe and the meeting was adjourned. I Seeus !before cat.eves seevou. Before a tttief stops your car clean, stop by our office for a free booklet of prevention tis Toghe, we', slam the brakm on car theft gouge in good hands AIIslale ]eta & Karen Simmons Thursday, May 26, CARLA ItEISKELL AND BRANDON JUDD Engagement Announced M r. and Mrs. Gary Heiskell of Dalhart announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Carla Gayle Brandon DeWayne Judd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Judd of Texas. The bride-elect graduated in 1989 from Dalhart received an Associate of, 1991. She also received a Bachelor of Science degree in Human merit and Family Studies from Texas Tech University in 1993. Carla is the granddaughter of Lois Stanley and the lat She is also the granddaughter of the late Elmer and Dalhart. The prospective bridegroom graduated in 1989 from High School in Waynesville, Missouri. He also received an Science degree from Clarendon Junior College in 1991. He is a Business major at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. Brandon is the grandson of John and Willene Judd the late Hubert and Ruby Camp of Amarillo. The wedding ceremony will take place at The Wedding July 23 in Amarillo, Texas. SLIM SIDES DOUBLE S TV & VCR REPAIR P.O. Box 750 Clarendon, Tx. 79226 Ph. (806) 874-5081 see the,exciting movies everyone s talking about... RUDY FREE FALL THE PIANO A DANGEROUS GAME Into the West Three Musketeers Double Blast Housewife from Hell Staoenhagen 220 Kearney 874-5081 I I llrsday, Custom Decorated Cakes i"Tell Us What You Want!" Special Orders Welcome. | l Open 11.t30 - 930 Monday - Saturday , I I I I I I , l .....': )' :::::: "  : "- : ,, I I :?. I I I I I I I I I I | | I ! , [ Bronco Bakery' 1 Open 11.'00 - 910 Monday - Saturday v TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER T:,k lgg4 Deadlines for news and articles are normally Mon- day at 5:00 p.m. Pictures must be taken by Friday at 5:00 p.m. The deadline may be altered foPhoHdays. 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