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,~ ~ '~ ,~ ~ %!' ~,~ ~E~ The Clarendon Enterprise July 13, 2017 Roundul~, a common weed and grass killer, has been linked to the development of Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma in farm workers and employees in garden centers, nurseries, and landscapers. If __ you or someone you care about 1~ F has been diagnosed with Non- i~ Hodgkin's Lymphoma, contact M D us today as time may be limited, l~ fr,pi Museum receives artifacts i Two artifacts handed down through the Estlack family were donated to the Saints' Roost Museum last Thursday. The two Majolica 1. L.iI_J pitchers have been in the family since the 19th century and were among the possessions of Alfred Estlack, the father of former local 3[" T T'lr d[ publisher J.C. Estlack, and were once displayed in the former Donley County Museum in the 1930s. They were later passed down | J through the family of Eugene and Helen Estlackwith instructionsthattheyultimatelybe returned toClarendonfordisplay. Shown here TM " are museum curator Made e ne Black with Eugene and He en s daughter- n-law and granddaughter, Marilyn Estlack and Dawn Estlack fr, v., .... ENTERPRISE PHOTO / ROGER ESTLACK ~ X Pale Duro Nursing Home Offers: , " rl e Toda , Eighteen Bed Secure Unit Programs for Alzheimers E] Publish on Amazon like a Pro I Subsc b y AMARILLO- Texas High This handful of authors influence 2: 7Z:._ I I and DeI entgl_aFP;tmlectSr; RDePdtiecCads a Osplce B D Plains Writers will meet Saturday, McSwains writing style and keeps I ] Julyl5, at9:00a.m, for a program him hooked on, writing fiction. ] -.__ .... I , .... th from local Author, Ryan McSwain. McSwain scurrent book"Mon- ] Wig, every new or ] Iweather report A The topic will cover how .to self- sters all the Way Down" was pub- I ran hQrrlntlan! I[ ~ Date~ Low Prec. ] -~ .............. .,. ...... Pe Tube Feedm publish your book through Amazon. lished September 2014. His new [MU o g g pl McSwain will cover all facets self-published release 'Four Color m- 9915: i [ Peritoneal Dialysis elsl of the Indic Author process includ- Bleed' is available for pry-order on IVl lqhlg I[ g =o i [ Care Pains to Meet Each si, ing book editing, cover design, for- I[ [ xr..edS matting, marketing and distribution Following lunch, a reception ] tSonvalescent -Igenter I] s9 [ xxcatucm is - . . I ......... I 24 hour Nursin Care Oploading your book to Amazon for honoring the winners ot tlae youth | HOME VISITS I I I zi Total preclp~tahon th~s month 1.68" ~ ~ ~ publication is free. Amarillo Author writing contest will be held. The I v I I I IV q-herapy ni " h ' Total precipitation to date: 11.38" ..... .... Ryan McSwam Is a stay-at- ome contest 1s sponsored every year by | VI(L)IJI(dtJH | I T~epRationtodate:lL38" I Wound Care " r _ a( dad and full-time Indic Autho. He Texas High Plains Writers to encour- ] - - enjoys reading novels by Phillip K. age and promote creative writing [ ~~t~b-ors;form [ I weekend forecast [ TracheotomY Glare P' st Nutritional and Dmtar Dick, D.B. Weiss, and Joseph Heller. among young authors. [ L hle wT [ [ "" " Y C Sunny i Support ~--~~ s!~ ~~!~g_d~" Oir u;2Y PI o We accept the following: Physical, OccupatignaL .... [;- i.I I ". [ - v-" . . Medicare. Medicaid and Speech There. ta . Big City a [ s.W are I Private Funding ................................ Hos ice Technoloev 'afavritesnad 'r I I P o, [ 9 s ....... ~ " ... Swamp! - -- [ [ just a fewminutes to catch-up. [ .......... 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If you. explore these areas,. ; I] i 02 " eJ, 8 st I2 wetlands have fresh water, salt water or - I flllllllll [ ~ i~ ,) I.' ) ) , .. u] . ~1.1~ I a mxofbothcalled water i i:~ I'~''(1 i;li U I1--1 tL .... ~""" Jl !J~!J'~, a, ' ' ~';!iii:i j J JJ I " I---~tere( ........ eyed3 wetlands have a large vanety of plants and an,mils, th,s of hfe makes wetlands ,mportant to preserve Ij j j . . . filtered I 4. about half of U.S. birds nest or_______ in wetlands ,10ou P ot -. I , , ?% LO " , ,al1 cj,. I 5. as water flows through a wetlands soil, harmful //. El / I I I J c, I materials are out by plant life; cleaner .... Jt I water returns y ponds, r vers, lakes, .10. the gets its water from rain or snowfall; soil contains ti, , , ,.- -.. a ::': [ oceans and the underground water table few nutrients, which is perfect for peat and sphagnum moss p: I 6. like a sponge, wetlands absorb and hold a lot of water; may take 11. a gets some water from mountain streams; water picks i on millions of gallons of extra water, thereby stopping up nutrients as it moves; supports plant life - grass, sedge, rushes it O: I 7. some wetlands only appear in the fall or , 12. world's largest tropical wetland is the of Brazil, Bolivia it E I when the weather allows water to build up and Paraguay; 75,000 square miles in the center of South America I 8. this wetlands ecosystem becomes flooded during wet 13. wetlands are everywhere except __; soil there isn't seasons or high tides; see cattails, cranes, reeds, muskrats wet, but frozen; not enough plants to support a wetland tt 9. _____ is an ecosystem similar to a marsh, but it can support trees 14. most famous wetland in the U.S. is the Florida ___; people[ such as red maples or cottonwoods; other plants like pussy willows say the sawgrass there is so sharp that it can cut through clothes / Caring Hearts Loving Hands