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Page 2 MATTHEW POWELL AND DELINAH MeCONNEU.. 0 0 Wedding Announced M r. and Mrs. Wade A. McConnell request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Delinah Aaron to Mr. Matthew Allyn Powell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Powell on Saturday, July 23, 1994 at 7:00 p.m. at MartinBaptlst Church in Clarendon. AI family and friends are invited to attend. If you are not able to attend, they ask your presence in thought and prayer. Basketball Camp Held The Lady Bronco Basketball Camp was held the week of June 27th. Sarah Kidd was chosen Outstanding Camper. Kelley Lemley won the Hustle Award. Kasi Ashcraft won the Shooting Award and Laura Finch won the Freethrow Award. Congratula- tions to these fine young ladies. Senior Citizens News rileY had a wonderful Birthday/Anniversary Sup- per on June 28th. Junior Brum- field opened the evening with prayer. Seventy-seven attended the pot lucksupper. Employees of Kimberly Quality Care furnished home made ice cream and brownies foe dessert. Seniors at- tending with June birthdays were Lucile Fanes, Olace Hicks, Lanora Carnes, Lee Shaller, and Wes Thomas. June anniversary couples were Melville and Ruth Mills and Bill and Nita Meador. The lucky winner of the week of free meals at the Center was Hazel Guy. Ellie Wilkinson made and donated a beautiful doll for their Friday fund raiser and Clara Mae Carter was the winner. Ellie also made 3 fun prizes to be given away. Goldie Thursday, July 14, date and time. They appreciate their June volunteers: Ann Bunyan, Helena Catoe, Anna Gay Ceniceros, Dolly Cole, Jodi Dunham, Sharon Grady, Cora Hamilton, Bill and Judy Hedges, Ayes Henderson, Bill and Nita Meador, Fred Riley, Thelma Rudder, Verdie Tipton, Mike and Margie Sniter, Vicki Tamplen, Amanda Ward, Ellie Wilkinson, and Karen Wortham. They would like to en- courage all Doniey County senior citizens 55 years and older to get their 1995 memberships. Cost is only $1.00 each. Reminders: Thursday, July 14, Board of Directors meeting, 6 p.m., Monday July 18, Dance prac- tice, 709 p.m., Tuesday, July 19, Blood Pressure Clinic, 10:30-12 noon, Thursday, July 21, Hearing Aid Clinic, 10 a.m.-12 noon. The Lions Tale by Gene Alderson The Clarendon Lions Club held its regular meeting at noon on Tuesday July 5, 1994 at the Lions Hall with ten members, two guests, and Lion Sweetheart Dee Williams in attendance. A dell cions fried chicken dinner was en- joyed by all. The meeting was called to order by Boss Lion Jimmy Garland and following the regular opening ceremony Liontamer Henson introduced our guest. The Boss Lion called on Dee W' CHRISTIE HELMS AND CHANCY CRUSE. Engagement Announced and Lura Helms of Clarendon are happy to engagement of their daughter Crus cy is the son of Donnie and Judy Cruse of FlomoL place September 3rd, 1994 at Sandy Camp on the Flying south of Clarendon. Christie is a 1994 graduate of Clarendon Colleg, of Arts degree. Chancy is a 1994 graduate of the Ranch and Operation program at Clarendon College. Christie" at Boatmen's First National Bank in Amarillo and A&M University in the falL Chancy is engaged in family farm andt operation near Flomot. The couple will live in the Canyon/Amarillo It is difficult to make a man miserable while he feels he is I thy of himseff and claims kindred to the great God who made --Abraham NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BANK HOLDING COMPANY Herring Bancorp, Inc., Vernon, Texas and Herring Bancshares, Inc., Oklahoma, intend to apply to the Federal Reserve Board for permission to 100 percent of the common stock of First Bank & Trust of Clarendon, p.O, 947, Clarendon, Texas 79226. The Federal Reserve considers a in deciding whether to approve the application including the record of of the banks we own in helping to meet local credit needs. You are invited to submit comments in writing on this application to the Reserve Bank of Dallas, Holding Company Supervision Department, Dallas, Texas 75222. The comment period will not end before August 13, and may be somewhat longer. The Board's procedures for process,ng THERE'S NOTHING MIGHTIER 111AN THE SWORD q ) C/00CER SOCIETY Call today. And help us drive cancer from the face of the earth. Lion Allen Estlack will install of- ricer and director at the July 12th meeting. The meeting was ad- journed. Everything is funny as long as it is happening to somebody else. -- Will Rogers (ISNS 947040) is pub- lished weekly for $18.50 per year in Donley County and $22-50 per year out-of-county, by Robert C. W'dliams, dba The Clarendon Press, 105 S. Kearney, Clarendon, Texas 79226. Second-class postage paid at Clarendon, Texas 79226-1110. POSTMASTER: send address changes to: The Clarendon News, P.O. Box 1110, Clarendon, Texas 79226-1110. Classified ads are $5.00 for the first 15 words or less and 10 cents per word for each additional word. Boxes or special typograghy are extra. Open display rates are $3.60 per SAU column inch. Engagement, and anniversary pictures are $5.00 each. Pic- tures submitted for publica- tion should be picked up within 10 days after publica- tion. Deadlines for news and article.s are normally Monday at 5:00 p.m. Pictures must be received by Friday at 12:00 noon. The deadline may be al- tered for holidays. Any erroneous reflec- t.ion upon the character of any person or firm appearing in these cblumns will be gladly and promptly corrected upon being brought to the paper's attention. T/ MEMBER 1994 TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION Septic Tank Units State Certlfled New Chamber Leach Systems All Types of Gas and Water Lines 874-2287 "PAINTING-REFINISHING-CATERING" ANY ODD JOBS-LARGE OR SMALL AMIGA'S DOES SANDRA LONGAN (s06)s74-34t9 iJ! (: i;:  ! i( i il j i See the exciting movies everyone's talking about... Sister Act II Blink Body Snatcher Shadom Lord Trigger Fast Car 54 Silent Tongue Stavenhagen Video 220 Kearney 874-5081 Recovery program, you can help by volunteering to drive a cancer patient to and from a treatment facility. If you have a car, safe driving skills, and can drive as little as one  morning or afternoon a month, you can help give / , someone the most precious of all gifts: the chance for a fuller life. K  For more information, call your American Cancer Society at 1-800-ACS-2345. AMERICAN While advances in medical research have given thou- sands of Americans with cancer more hope than ever, we still haven't been able to solve the most basic problem of transportation. But you can help. And we hope you will. Through the American Cancer Society's Road to IN HER CASE, ABOUT 35 MILES. HOW CLOSE ARE WE TO CURE FOR CANCER?' to introduce our program which Barbie won a fan wall hanging, was brought by her grandson Chris may be found at 12 C.F.R. 262.25 (as revised, 49 Federal Regisor Lucile Eanes won a pair of colorful Reynolds. Chris attended some 14, 1984)). Procedures for processing protested applications may be found | refrigerator magnets. Thelma CFR 262.25 (1984). To obtain a copy of the Board's procedures or if yOU I Rudder won a piece of driftwood special ClaSSCS for the gibed and more information about how to submit decorated with greenery. Theyhad talented in his clcmemtery school the Community Affairs Office at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Ms. ( in Dimmitt this past year. For our Vasquez Brown, at (214) 922-5266. The Federal Reserve will consider a great program with Jo Shaller r he and Dee tol us about comments and any request for a public meeting or formal hearing on the p ogram, d entertaining the group with her a two week session which he and if they are received by the Reserve Bank on or before the last date of 1 cowboy poetry. Donnie Hall and eighty other gifted and talented stu- x)d. wes Thomas provided the musical dents from several states attended back-up, at Texas Tech University this sum-  They hope everyone has seen mer. It was an interesting program. hr their new delivery wan. They're Johnny Hoggatt started his new e,Wi3[m going to see TEXAS and there is . duties as the Glub semary today ..... ........ o. ............... lm  still room ln the r ltn',rore Unless there is a conflict with a Loyd's Backhoe & Ditching riders. Check by the Center for previously scheduled program,