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,May 26, 1994 Louis Hollingsworth Louis Hollingsworth, age 89, died at 6:30 p.m. on r 16, 1994, in the Palo Home in Claude fol- a lengthy illness. Private services were held P.m. on Wednesday, May 18, followed by memorial ser- Dr. Jim Perkins, Pas- the Fast Baptist Church in officiating, Interment the Claude Cemetery with under the direction Funeral Directors, Clarendon. Hollingsworth was born 4, 1905 in Pilot Point, and came from Sherman, to Claude in 1920. He mar- Wiedman on June He had been a of his life before his He was a former mum- Masonic Lodge First Bap- Claude. include his wife, Hollingsworth of Claude; Dale Hollingsworth of one sister, Jewel Kraus Indiana; 3 ; and 5 great  evieve Jones aural services for Miss Jones, age 72, on Saturday, May 21, tn Mount Union Pennsyl- ' Cremation followed services under the local direc- Funeral Direc- flss Jones died at 8:30 a.m. r 17,1994, in Medi- Nursing Home in following a lengthy ill- .She was born September 5, tn Mount Union, Pennsyl- and moved from Memphis to in 1970. She as an R.N. from in Philadelphia the Certified : Anesthetist Pro- two years at Harrisburg, General Hospital. worked as a Registered Anesthetist in Memphis, and other area hospitals retirement eight years was a member of the Association of Anus- the Mount Union, Pen- Order Of The Eastern @280, and the First Methodist Church in Union. Survivors include two sisters, Midred Goshorn on Mount Union, Pennsylvania, Martha Jones Kelley on Mount Union, Pennsylvania; and several nieces and nephews. The family requests that memorials be to a favorite charity. Osburn Enlists In Force Air Dorcas Osburn, daughter of Benjamin and Shirley Os- burn of Clarendon, Texas, enlisted in the United States Air Force this month according to Sgt. Patrick Bell, Air Force recruiter. Upon suessfully complet- ing the Air Force's six-week Basic Military Training at Lackland Air Force Base, near San Antonio, Texas, she is scheduled to receive technical training in the General career field. Clock by Mm T Beth Nelson One of the main delights to which I look forward each spring is cutting the first bouquet of lilacs and bringing their delicate fragrance into my house. To me, the lilac hush is another simple pleasure that God provides from His many miraculous events of nature. At the appearance of the first green leaves, I often get anxious for the burst of lavender that is promised when the buds begin to form. I realize, however, that it is not in God's plan for the process to be rushed. The fact that the blossoms will come in due time is one of the most meaningful and much needed leom in patience that I can receive. That's why I need to review Ecclesiastes 3:1 occasional- ly: ")There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity TM Clartnbon .eWs The L//ac k under heaven." (NIV) I think the blooming of a flower will always fascinate me. To be able to watch such a transfor- mation is, for me, one of those lit- tie extra gifts from God. In a world where daily living is often hectic, the lilac bush can become one of many comforting retreats that God has placed all around me ff I will only take the time to recognize and enjoy them. i m l n i 1 m III n n m m n i m n m n Ill I n I1 i m i i I1 i n II II n Ill Ill n l I1 ,  , When it's a tie .  - at the _. railroad cros:ing,   ' you lose. Osburn Appliance and Rabbit's Appliance Service ///_f__ Jtype: service all of appliances appliances sale j' If"  Rebuilt for with one-year warrranty used appliances. Phone 874-3632 _.__. ,,. 319 S. Kearney k B.B. "Rabbit" Osburn Public Notice On March 23, 1994, GTE and Contel ('The Companies') filed applicaonswith the Public Utility Commission of Texas ('PUC') to restructure the Companies' Switched Transport rate category and reduce the Carrier Common Line (CCL) charge of its Switched Access Sewica. The tariff sheets in GTE and Centers applications, if approved, will bdng the Companies' state access tariffs into struc- turel parity with their interstate tariffs for the Local Transport rate category, which became effective on Decamber30,1993. GTE and Contel propose to implement the new tedffs on a revenue neutral basis. The Local Transport category of GTE and Conters Switcl-KIAccess Ser- vice is primarily for Interexchange carri- ers. Persons who wish to intervene should file a motion for intervention with the PUC by Juno 17, 1994 with refaronca to Docket No. 12866 (GTE) and/or 12865 (Contel). Requests for further informa- tion should be mailed to the Public Utility Corn mission of Texas, 7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard, Suite 400N, Austin, Texas 78757, or call the Public Utility Commis- sion Public Information Offioe at (512) 458-0223 or (512) 458-0227 or (512) 458-0221 teietypawritar for the deaf. Page3 Remember Memorial Day May 30th Good Luck Phillip Vargas! 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