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May 26, 1994 "League JeWS he Clarendon Tee-ball teams showed up at the field with [in their eyes, as each team was lermined to win. Wranglers laded the Rangers with a win of 23. Wranglers players of the I. Were Edie Mincey and Ed- l.Butler. Then the Rangers at- the Wranglers with a win of P 18. Rangers players of the t k Were Michael Carter and Lindley. D.C. Kids took the o discontinue the Knickers a win of 23 to 21. D.C. players Week Andria Kidd and Toni .eaba. Knickers players of the :k Were Ashley Pearson and eda Pearson. !! B & R Bulldogs tore Groom Ill tjttla a close and exciting game, twtt 7 to Groom's 6. B & R ml players of the week were HGIY,, ,Braddock and Greg d 9lea. The Bandits robbed the lel liggers of a win with a score " 9 to the Gravediggers 10. Sh liggers players of the week !1 Robert Johnson and Judge /U sh Pink Pazazz dazzled the Bad I Babes with a victory of Pink a z 19 to Bad News Babes 13. 41s Pazazz players of the week do Larissa Lindley for super ag performance not to men- We homeruns and Ashlee With a great game including a run. Bad New Babes players Week were Chrystal Holman [bPitched an outstanding game |0000.00on00o.who at hindcatch but, she also 'h ome. Bad News Babes 't neglect to mention Lydia tan who tirelessly en- ed her teammates to the play. s played a tough game Groom, even though they win, their players of the 'aoshia Scott and Michael Me- tad made some tremendous T.G.S. Rapper past games against Hedley and Groom teach game being a loss but still " z ,g Some outstanding hitting an 4m ld plays by Chris Linquist on Kidd. The Rappers came Lo his past week to beat the Out- la ) to 5. Then they went on to lex 9ae Falcons a run for their ltt  With the Falcons 13 to the th rs 7. T.G.S. Rappers players aen lie k wee Michael Lane and [Y Linquist who each deserve a their backs for their tremen-  effort. The Falcons win t t the Rappers was largely Ito their player Zack Butts with le and Randy Sanchez with an 1 homerun. The Falcons dug talons into Hedley as theywon this victory was a team effort th Seale and Tyler Martin their team to victory with [ tUpendous efforts. larendon 26 - Childress 9 ih.Clarendon Powertdob6Y lress by compiling a to runs. America Santos hit 2 JtLrl% and Catherine Cham- I,-q Geraldine Butler, Linsey  and Mary Jarmillo each hit [h,.-ce. Courtney Newhouse [ hits and added 5 runs to the F America Santos had a great US artrrml of TrlspOr ation ,DRIVING DOESN'T DRUNK DRIVERS. killed 3/17/91 at Harvest, AL. insists on do whatever it takes to if he kills innocent will you live with yourself?. game with her 4 hits and 4 runs. Mary Jarmillo had 3 hits and scored 3 runs. Geraldine Butler had 2 hits and added 3 more runs to the teams total. Sarah Kidd had 2 hits and scored 3 runs. Erica Smith had 1 hit and a total of 3 runs. Mindy Austin and Tessa Moffit each scored a run. The players of the week are America Santos for hit- ting her amazing 2 home runs, and Courtney Newhouse for her excel- lent defensive plays and her 5 runs scored. Neeley Named Outstanding Ag Student David Neeley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cary Don Neeley of Quail, was recently named winner of the 1994 DEKALB Agricultural Accomplishment Award. The award, sponsored nationwide by DEKALB Plant Genetics, is presented to the outstanding senior agriculture student demonstrating superior scholarship, leadership in a supervised agricultural program. Presenting the award was Ag Science Teacher, Lon Adams. Senior Citizens Menu May 26-June 1 Thursday: Chicken Spaghetti, Carrots, Pickled Beets, Peach Cobbler, Garlic Bread, Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk. Friday: Chicken Fried Steak w/Gravy, Cream Potatoes, Zucchini and Tomatoes, Fruit Salad, Cookies, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk. Monday: Smothered Steak, Cream Potatoes, Broc- coli Spears, Summer Fruit Salad, Cookies w/Ice Cream, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk. Tuesday: King Ranch Chicken, Corn, Green Beans, Tossed Salad, Pear Half, Gar- lic Bread, Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk. Wednesday:. Fish Sticks, Macaroni and Cheese, Green Peas, Coleslaw, Purple Plums, Bread, Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk. Calendar of Events Thursday; Exercise 11 am., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m. Friday;, Exercise 11 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m. Monday;, Exercise 11 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30 p.m., Line Dance Practice 6 p.m., 7-9 p.m. Dance Practice. Tuesday;, Ex- ercise 11 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m., Birthday/Anniversary Supper 6:00 p.m. :br Clarenbon .qems David attends Hedley High School, where he has been presi- dent and vice president of the local FFA chapter and senior class vice president. His agricultural pro- gram consists of cotton, peanuts, and show lambs. Following gradua- tion, David plans to attend Ok- lahoma State University, majoring in agricultural engineering. As this year's winner, David receives a pin and certificate, and his name will be inscribed on a special plaque dis- played in Hedley School's Ag Building. The DEKALB Award, often considered the highest honor a vo-ag student can receive on the local level, is presented at nearly 3,000 schools annually. A long time supporter of youth activities, DEKALB has presented Ag Accomplishment awards since 1947. In addition, the company sponsors college scholar- ships for certain Ag careers. Based in DeKalb, Illinois, DEKALB plant Genetics is an international researcher, producer, and marketer of corn, sorghum, soybeans, alfalfa, and sunflower seed. It is a division of DEKALB Genetics Corporation, a publicly traded firm engaged in research, production, and marketing of agricultural seed, hybrid swine, and egg-laying breeding stock. Full Meal Deal" /,-lb.* Hungr-Buster*, fries, drink and a sundae DO'Kid's Pick-niC The only kid's meal that lets kids pick! Pick your favorite food, your favorite treat- even your favorite prim! Plus, you also get a drink and fries! Newspaper Prices to Increase Fgms r more than six years, every ue of the Clarendon paper has been 40 cents. Now, to keep up with rising costs, the paper will raise its rates, beginning June 1, the paper will cost 50 cents. I Hedley Senior Cltlns Menu May 26-June 1 Thursday: Steak & Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Pears w/Cot- rage Cheese, Lemon Cream Pie, Roll, Milk, Tea, Coffee. Friday:Grilled H.B. Patties, French Fries, Let- tuce, Tomatoes, Onion Pick- les, Homemade Icecream, H.B. Buns, Milk, Tea, Coffee. Monday:Holiday/ Closed Tuesday:Pinto Beans w/Ham, Fried Squash, Apple Slaw, Butterscotch Pudding, Corn Muffin, Milk, Tea, Cof- fee. Wednesday:Steak and Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Black-eyed Peas, Toss Salad, Banana Pudding, Roll, Milk, Tea, Coffee. Calendar of Events Thursday; Games 1-3 p.m., Dance Practice 7 p.m., Friday; Games 1- 3 p.m., Birthday Salad Supper and Games 7 p.m., Monday; Games 1-3 p.m., Musical 7 p.m., Tuesday; Games 1-3 p.m., Games 7 p.m., Wednes- day;, Games 1-3 p.m. Bob Williams, publisher of the paper, said, "I regret that this is necessary, but the expenses as- sociated with getting the paper out have increased considerably in the past 10 years." Subscription prices will also go up. Williams pointed out the drastic in the charges of the United States Postal Service. "In 1989 the paper took a check to the Post Of- rice each week for $40. Now that figure is about $90." In-county subscriptions have been $16.50 anOout-of-county rates were $20 per year. The new figures are $18.50 and $22.50. However, the paper is beginning a new "Senior Citizen Rate" of $16.50 in-county and $20 out-of-county. Screening charge for pic- tures remains $5. Classified ads are $5 for the first 15 words, and 10 for additional words. Thank- you notes are $6. Open rate for display ads is $3.60 per column inch. [Most local advertisers fall under preferred or contract rates.] Tear- sheets are still $1 and there is still a $1 charge for billing and han- dling. Prepayment is required for most ads. Rates for The Clarendon News remain very low compared to other papers of comparable cir- culation, even with the increase. Sale at Dairy Oueen* May ! 6-29, 1994. . On Reg. TId Am. D.O. Corp. "Fleg. TM Tx. D.Q. 013. Coun. OTx. D.Q. Op, Court. tPre-cooked weight. At participating Dairy Queen stores. EXPECT A TRAIN ON ANY TRACK AT ANY TIME Senior Citizens News Page 5 The Senior Citizens Dance Club is glad to report that they had 65 people for their dance practice Monday night, May 16. Several musicians provided live music for the group. Bailey Estes, Wesley Thomas, and Pat Lee, all from Clarendon; Buck Wane Johnston from California; R.T. (Windy) Wood from Claude; and Jack Sutton from Silverton made up the jam session. A lot of people in Clarendon will remember that Buck Wayne, Windy, Jack, and Bailey used to play in the old Opery House forty years ago. Everyone had a great time last Monday night. Anna Gay Ceniceros had our Blood Pressure Clinic May 17, and Geneva Mays gave a nutrition program at our noon meal May 19. Both of these ladies work for Kimberly Quality Care. They would like to welcome two new volunteers for their home delivery route. Bill and Judy Hedges have joined their team to help deliver meals one day per week. They appreciate all the hard work their home delivery volunteers do and are thrilled to welcome Bill and Judy to their team. The center is selling tickets for a homemade quilt. The top was pieced by Gertrude Reid and the quilting was done by Ann Bunyan and Verdie Tipton and their quilt dub. The quilt is on display at the Center. Tickets are on sale for $1.00 eael The quilt will be given away at a drawing on July 4, 1994. The proceeds from the ticket sales will benefit the County Senio Citizens. There has been some interest in having some crafts classes at the Center. Anyone interested should let Sandra Minatrea or KAren Wortham know. The VFW donated the use of their trailer and DOnley County Seniors donated crock pots, electric skillets, ice sheets, tea dispenser, camp stoves, and every kind of baked goodiesl lke Huval, Billie Taylor, Ann Bunyan, Thelma Rudder, Cora Hamilton, Onita Thomas, Kevin Judd, Karen and Buster Wortham, and Kenneth and Sandra Minatrea all worked in the booth. Helena crocheted and donated two dozen tea towels to be sold with the proceeds to go to the Center. Elmo Fortenberry donated an afaghan that was sold at the auction and proceeds were given to the Donley County Senior Citizens. Safety Tips .,r00l Most trains do not r n on a fixed schedule ( Be cautious at a the day or night, grade crossing any time of : , ] .,: Our Boss is Turning 4O We Are Happy To Say Come By Monday And Wish Him A Happy Birthday &R ' THRI TWAY SPECIAL THRU MAY 31ST ALL TYPES COK 7 UP & R 6 PACK 12 OZ. CANS S 19