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50 "Oldest thriving town in the PanhandleF 947O4O ISSN 1048-8170 Thursday, July 14, 1994 Vol 5, Number 28 of Week weeks featured business the Bar H Working Dude The Bar H Ranch is five of Clarendon off ,287 and FM Road 3257. Terri Hommel, owners operators have lived in ,of1991. girls, all work for them. Chris- age 18, is a graduate from High SchooL April 16, will be a junior. Laura, age and Alice, 8, will be entering the third They also employee Corey Zack and Felicia Robin- Brad Williams, and Sharon The Bar H Ranch started meals in July of 1991, and they had their first for overnight guests. the opening of the ranch in they have had visitors from states in the U.S., and thirty foreign countries. ended the year with They are still bring- business, and are happy anyone who would I/ke to , and visit. e Bar H Dude Ranch not but horseback riding, swim- hunting, horseshoe throw- and dancing. The is a wonderful place for outings, social gatherings, Frank states, "We like come out here because clean fun, plus there's We get lots of people other countries that have even ridden a horse. That working here vet T interest- ,Plus it allows my family and I and socialize with many people. Being raised , we take for granted all that But for others, they see differently, and ap- we have to offer. I come out for a steak supper or or just to look around. Itwo weeksl" Be vone ts invited to a Ice Cream Party t honoring Mar- Candidate for Texas , July 21 the Bairfield Build- at Clarendon College. Bring r Own dominoes. Pest wucox cEA.s00 Lhe horn fly, horse fly, and heel Can cause considerable losses. Livestock pests _ milk production, weight  rd efficiency and hide valne. Thare are several self treat. devices that may be used to flies. Cable type bade rub- with an absorbent or fabric dust bags an approved pesticide been successful Place devices near water, feed or sources are in gaps in to enhance use. At 2 to 3 adjustment period may bee before cattle begin to use devices regularly. IgATURED BUSINESS OF THE WEEK, The Bar H Working Dude Ranch. Reception Planned ]veryone is invited to a reception honoring Dr. Robert E..Clark on 'Snnday, July 17,1994 from 2.)0 to 4:00 p.m. at the Community Center in Memphis. This event marks the 40th Anniversary of the opening of Dr. Clark's practice in Memphis. Hall County Hospital, along with its Board of Directors, Employees, and Auliary is hosting a reception to show its appreciation of Dr. Clark's tireless devotion to the hospital and the citizens of Hall County and the surrounding area. An awards ceremony will be held at apprmdmately 2:30 p.m. Patients and friends are encouraged to drop by to visit with Dr. Clark and let him know how much we all care about him. Refreshments will be served. Forced use of these self treatment appficating devices results in more rapid and effective control of flies. Sprays, dips and pour-ous also pro- vide excellent control of livestock pest but are also more labor inten- she. Insecticidal impregnated ear tags provide ecellent control of flies for lmfitxis of 21/2 to 5 mouths if properly attached to the ear and if pyrethroid resistance is not a prob00m. II I Deadlines The deadline for display ads, classified ads, and copy Is at 5.'00 p.m. on Mondays. No Ads Or Copy Will Be Taken Over The Phone. The deadline for photos is Friday at 12..00 noon. No Pictures Will Be Ac- cepted On Mondays. I Supper Set Howardwick Friendship club is having a covered dish supper this Friday night, July 15, at 6:30 at City Hall. Phillip Vargas or someone from Clarendon EMS, hopefully some EMS from Howerdwick, will also be there to bring the progra00 nrlns a dish. Bake Sa/e ThTreope Clarendon Girl Scout #45 win be having a bake sale, Saturday, July 16,1994 at B&R Thriftway from 9:.00 am. to ?. JAMES C. DOBSON, Ph.D. New Cohonn To Start Next Week Beginning Next week The  News willbe begin a new column entitled BDr. Dob- sous Answers Your Questions by James C Dobson, Ph.D. Mr. Dobson is founder and president of Focus on the Family, a non-profit organization that produces his nationally syndicated radio programs, heard on more than 2500 radio facilities in North America and on over 3,000 in over 40 other countries. He was for 14 years an As- sociate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Southern California School of Medicine, and served for 17 years on the Attending Staff at Childreus Hospital of Los Angeles in the Division of Child Development and Medical Genetics. He has an earned Ph.D. from the Univerdv/ ofsoutbem California (L067) in the field of child development, an Honorary Doctor of Lawt from Clarendon Rodeo Results Bareback md00: First place - Bcnji Fontenot, 74 points; Second Place - Jody Stelzig, 73 points; Brad Long and Craig Cooper tied for third and fourth place with 72 points; Fifth place- Justin Swires, 71 points; Justin Henderson and Delbert Moore tied for sixth and seventh place with 70 points. Breakaway Roping: First place-  Dee Guy, 3.71; Second place- Shawna Davidson, 3.98; Third place- Jayme Marcum, 4.08; Fourth place- Shelly Johnston, 4.10;, Fifth place- Shawn Wise, 4.44; Sixth place- Dixie Dew, 4.67. Calf Roping: First place- Sylvester Mayfield, 10.1, Second place-Shane Hatch, 10.51; Third Place- Mack Ford, 10.63; Fourth place- Roger Davis, 10.95; Fifth place- Chad Hyatt, 11.02; Sixth place- Kip Boggs, 11.03; Jed Garrison and Dale Crowder tied for seventh and eighth place, 11.13. Saddle Brone Riding: First place- Ben Poet, 73 points; Cliff Norris and Doug Harrigal tied for second and third place with 71 points; Fourth place- Craig Morgan, 70 points. Barrel  First place- Jessica Perser, 16.144; Second place- ShyAnne Bowden, 16.236; Third placc- Linda Hart, 16.338; Fourth place- Tyra Cane, 16=343; Fifth place- Debra Hickox, 16.347; Sixth place- Lessa Baize, 16.361. Bull Riding: Kyle Bennett and Jimmy Slack tied for first place with 80 points; Third place- Kenneth Artes, 79 points. Fourth place- Benji Fontenot- 78 points; Fifth place- Dean Randolph, 76 points; Sixth place- Duayne Evans, 73 points. Steer Wrestling: First place- Delbert Davis, 4.26; Second place- Clay nohavitza, 4.40;, Third place- Stephen Seibold, 4_5, Fourth place- Dale Dack, 4.68; Fifth place- Glenn Clark, 5.06; Sixth place- Many Musill, 5.22. Team Roping: First place- Billy Stephens/Zane Bowers, 5.63; Second place- Ty Maben/Twister Cain, 5.74; Gable Martinez/Mickey Goncy and Mike Shaw/Lan T Tumble tied for third and fourth place, 6.24; Fifth place- Kyle Krahn/Jerry Don Thompson, 6.27; Sixth place- Jered Norris/Daryl Radacy, 6.46 Three Injured In Wreck On Friday, July 8, 1994 at ap- proximately 1:05 p.m. a wreck was reported in front of Steve McAfee's Automotive Shop in Lelia Lake, Texas. Both vehicles were traveling westbound on 287, the front vehicle driven by a Hedley man was turning left into the Automotive Shop, when a pickup truck bit him from behind. There were three people injured, two were transported to Hall County Hospi- tal and the other was transported to the Donley County Rural Health Clinic in Clarendon. People need to always wear their seatbelts and be aware of all other vehicle that are on the road with them. Drive saftely 1 I Pepperdine Univerdty (1983), an Honorary Doctor of Humanities from Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio (1988), an Honorary Doctor of Humane Let- ters from Seattle Pacific University (1988), an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Asbury Theological Seminary (1989), an Honorary Doctor of Humane Let- ters from Mid America Nazarene College (1992), and an Honorary Doctor of Letters from Liberty Unrsy (1993). Dr. Dobson was chosen as Layman of the Year by the National Association of Evangelicals in 1982. He was honored in 1987 as "The Children's Friend" by CHILDHELP, an organization devoted to the prevention of child abuse. He received the Alumni Merit Award, 1989, from the University of Southern California General Alunmi Association. He was also given the Humanitarian Award by the California State Psychological Association, 1988. He is a clinical member of the American Association for Mar- riage and Family Therapy. His first book for parent and teachers, Dare To Discipline, has now sold over two million copies and was selected as one of 50 books to be rebound and placed in the White House Library. It has now been revised and updated, and is entitled, The New Dare To Dis- clldine. His subsequent eleven books for the family are also best- sellers: Hide or Seek, What Wivu Wish Their Hmlmads Knew About Womm,  Strons-wmed Cknd, Preparing For Adolescence, SUai#t Talk To Mea And "I'oeh- Wlves, Emotions: Can You Trust Them? Dr. Dolmm Ammm Your Questlem, Love Must Be Toush, Parenting Isn't For Cowards, Love For A  CkUdrea At Itlsk, and When God Doesn't Make Sense. His first film series, "Focm on the Famil' has now been seon by over 70 million people. His second film series, "Turn Your Heart Toward Home" was PICTURED ABOVE, one of the vehides in the two ear collision at Lelia II II I II The Ciurendon Volunteer Fire Department and Donley County Officials and workers are often not given the credit deserved for the many long, hard hours spent fighting fires, espedally the ranch gnms fires. The risk these volunteers take to protect property of others goes above und beyond the eall of duty. Each volunteer, who takes time away from his Job and amily at oli hours ofthe day and night, Is grently appredated. It Is Impertant that these indlviduuls know how valuable they are to our community. The  of Donley County are all very gratdui for the knowledge, expertise, and training of these brave I released in January, 19o6, and con- tinnes in circulation international- ly. Dr. Dobson has been heavily involved in governmental activities irelated to the family. He served on itbe task force which sunmuu-iz ithe White House Conference on !the Family and received a spechl tcommendation from President Jimmy Carter in 1980. He was ap- pointed by President Ronald Reagan to the National Advisory Commission to the office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, 1982-94. From 1984-87 he was regularly invited to the White House to consult with Presi- dent Reagan and his staff on family matters. He served as co-chairman of the Citizens Advisory Panel for Tax Reform, in consultation with President Reagan, and serwd as a member of the United States Amy's Family Initiative, 1986-88. He was appointed to Attor- ney General Edwin Mee's Com- mission on Pornography, . Dr. Dobson was also appointed in the spring of 1987 to Attorney General's Advisory Board on Misa- ing and Exploited Children, and to Secretary Otis Bowen's Panel on Teen Pregnancy Prevention, the Department of Health and Human Services. In October, 1987, he received the Marian Pter Auschutz Award in repton of his contribution to the American family. A videotaped message of congratu00o00 was sent by Presi- dent Reagan. He also consulted with President George Bush on family related matters. Dr. Dobeon is married, the father of two grown children, and reddes in Colorado. I IIII i Crank--a man with a new idea until it sueeeeds. --Mark Twain I The Sparrow andl Mary aeth Ninon Ingtghee anytlflng more refresh" on a hot summer day than an ice cold glass of tea or lemonade? It was just such a morn- ing last August that, while sitting outside, I was holding my tea in one hand and reading from a favorite author when a delicate splash from the nearby birdbath caught my attention. I immedi- ately wrote the following thoughts about the quiet activity that was taking place only a few feet away: Right now, as l sit in my gar. den, there tS a  splash com- Mg t  only a few feet away. A gny  is enjoying the cootne of the water on this warm morm. It has no idea that l am near, and l must keep it that way. At this moment, God is granting each of US a great time of Measure. The spam with  bath and l, as l am allowed to invade this world of my tming to Ote ruO00ing of its wings as the water sprinkles the grass below. The moment'hus passed and was brief, for in an instant, power00 blUSjay dropped from the stately evergreen which provides such a glorious shade. IFts place in the bird kingdorn was evident as the sparrow  disappeared in flight. The jay is still lingering. How do I know? From the spasmo00 f00shes of bh00e that are appearing between the lilac bush and the crape myrtle. Which is more beautiful? One cannot say. I simply thank God for planting this everlasting beauty in my memory. * "The Sparrow and I". "A Break In The Clouds", National La'brary of PoettT, 1993.