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Page 4 Kilt lartnben .tm Thursday, June 30, Obituaries Mrs. MaryLouiseHarreld eral services for Mrs. Mary ulse Harreld, age 67, were held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 28, 1994 in Robertson Chapel Of Memories with Rev. Clyde Townsend, Nazarene minister from Amarillo, officiating. Inter- ment was in Citizens Cemetery with arrangements under the direction of Robertson Funeral Directors, Inc. Mrs. Harreld died at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 25, 1994, in Clarendon following a lengthy ill- ness. She was born October 13, 1926, in Greensboro, North Carolina and had lived in Amarillo for the past 40 years. She married Temple Davis "T. D." Harreld on July 8, 1969 in York, South Carolina. She had worked for several years as a waitress and as a supervisor for 8 years at Levi- Straus. She retired form Noun Mfg. in 1988. She was a Baptist. Survivors include her hus- band, T. D. Harreld of Amarillo; one daughter, Ann Harper of Clarendon; three sisters, Edna Gray of High Point, North Carolina, Thelma Shropshire of Greensboro, North Carolina, Marie Higgenbotham of Greensboro, North Carolina; two grandchildren, Glenda Thompson of Amarillo, Rieky Murphy of Clarendon; two great grandsons, Joshua Thompson of Amarillo, Jason Thompson of Amarillo; and several nieces and nephews. Casket bearers were Dale Hunt, Don Levassar, Ricky Mur- phy, Billy Wayne Thompson, Fred Clifford, Jerry Morris, and Tex Sel- ridge. The family requests that memorials be to the American Cancer Society. Ethan Hawke Taylor Church Of Christ Minister, of- ficiating. Interment was in Citizens Cemetery with arrangements under the direction of Robertson Funeral Directors, Inc. The infant was stillborn on Monday, June 20, 1994, at Northwest Texas Hospital in Amarillo. Survivors include his parents, Larry and Shamey Taylor of Canyon; his maternal grandparents, Phyllis Johnson of Quinton, Oklahoma, Thomas Johnson of Kinta, Oklahoma; his paternal grandmother, Billie Taylor of Clarendon;his maternal great grandparents, Melvin and Ruth Stout of Muskogee, Ok- lahoma; and several aunts, uncles, and cousins. Casket bearers were Benny Osburn, James Thomas, Refogio Benavidez, Phillip Vargas, Lloyd McCord, and Mutt Graham. The family requests that memorials be to Northwest Texas Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit; 1501 South Coulter; Amaril- lo, Texas 79106. Holiday Safety Tips The Fourth of July is one of the most highly celebrated of all holidays throughout the United States, and rightly so. This oc- casion should be remembered and celebrated, became of the rights and freedoms that each of us pos- sess. We are also reminded this time each year that far too many will not have much to celebrate in this great state of Texas by losing a loved one in a wreck caused by an alcohol impaired driver. Trooper L. B. Solder with the Texas Depart- ment of Public Safety states, "At least 50% of all traffic deaths are alcohol related and during this holiday many people will celebrate by consuming alcoholic beverages". We urge those that drink to plan ahead to have a sober driver behind the wheel, or risk finding themselves behind the bars of a jail. To help us protect you, as well as others on our state streets and highways, remember; If You Drink, Don't Drive .... If You Drive, Don't Drink. Medical Center News Rtesidents of the Medical Cen- er have been kept very busy this month with a variety of ac- tivities. Some of the daily activities residents enjoy are Bingo, Dominoes, Current Events, Yahtzee, nature walks, patio & gar- den activities, manicures and many other activities. Residents enjoyed a dog show on June 10th. Gene and Tiny Alderson brought their two dogs, Fritz and Kiltie. The resi- dents enjoy seeing animals so much and they appreciate the Aldersous for sharing their pets with them. June 15th the following residents celebrated their birthdays at the monthly resident birthday party, Myrtle Reeves, Henry Mann aria Ruth Fraser. June 21st residents enjoyed Coke floats at the First Shades of Summer Party to celebrate the first day of Summer. June 25th residents, staff and family members enjoyed the Medi- cal Center Annual Family Picnic. This is one event the Medical Cen- ter holds to let the family and resi- dents know how much they ap- preciate them. The menu for the evening consisted of Hamburgers straight off the grill with all the trimmings, potato chips, grapes, watermelon, cantaloupe, apples, strawberries, soft drinks and for dessert six different flavors of homemade ice cream. They ap- preciate those family members who brought cakes and sandwiches. The activity department would like to let the dietary and nursing departments know how much they appreciate all the help they received with the picnic. Betty and Lloyd Molder were greatly ap- predated for slaving over the BBQ Pit in 110 degree weather to cook hamburgers. Thedinning room has been F!,neral services for Ethan Hawke Taylor, infant son of Larry and Shamey Taylor of Canyon, and formerly of Claren- don, were held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, June 23, 1994, in Robertson Chapel Of Memories in Clarendon with Mike Suiter, US Department of Transportation DRUNK DRIVING DOESN'T JUST KILL DRUNK DRIVERS. Alonzo Drake, killed 3/17/91 at 10:53pm on Robbins Rd., Harvest, AL. Next time your friend insists on driving drunk, do whatever it takes to stop him. Because if he kills innocent people, how will you live with yourself?. lllfl I ll,l.]I,]'lll I 111 ;tlll,/ltl:| fl I q;llNlill ELEBRATION decorated in red, blue and will be left up the 4th of July. The staff and like to let the Rippetoe know how much they the material they donated to the bibs for their residents time. They also Stevens who works in the dept. for making the bibs. July2nd, Staff will be having a bake B&R Thriftway from 9:00 Proceeds will go towards fund for Kenneth Surviving son of Bobby Dale The Medical Center would like to welcome the hag residents to the ter, Cleo Clark, Nell Ruth Fraser. They are add them to their family. Happy 4th l JULY 1 2 & 4, 1994 TCRA APPROVED ENTRIES BY PHONE ONLY 806-878-2914 NO LIMIT JUNE 27th $300 added each event BOOKS OPEN JUNE 27th from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m First Hour - Riding Events Only 7 to 11 -- Timed Events FREE ONE- HALF BEEF DRAWING At Each Rodeo Performance 3 PERFORMANCES JULY 1st, 2nd & 4th -- 7:45 p.m. Stock Contractor - McCloy Rodeo Co. Morse, Texas OPEN AIR DANCE FLOOR JULY 1st -SINGLE TREE JULY 2nd - SINGLE TREE RODEO GROUNDS JULY 4th- KRACKER JACK 9 P.M. TO 1 A.M. ii JULY 2nd - Bicycle Parade from 10 to 11 a.m. -- Depression Lunch at 11 a.m. - Beans .10, Cornbread .05 July 2 -TURTLE RACE - 3 p.m. -Henson's on Main St. TRADE DAYS MARKET - Hwy 287 East & 70 South -- JULY 1, 2, & 4 SIDEWALK SALE - July 1 & 2 Downtown Main St. OTHER ENTERTAINING EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE DAY JULY FOURTH OLD SETTLERS REUNION 10:30 to 12:00 a.m. WESTERN PARADE 2:00 p.m. AL MORRAH SHRINE CLUB BARBECUE COUNTRY CRAFT FAIR 94 -- ALL DAY 11:00 a.m. UNTIL FOOD IS GONE FIDDLERS CONTEST - OLD FASION MUSIC LOCAL TALENT TO ENTERTAIN DURING B-B-Q COWPATTY BINGO AFTER B-B-Q Immunize On Time. Your Baby's Counting On You. Call !-800-232-2522 US OeOort, rt d ml ancl aT'en Seeaces Clarendon Outdoor Entertainment Association