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y, July 21, 1994 Igbt lartabaa ..1fltlm Senior Citizens News Thelma Rudder made and donated a beautiful crocheted doily for our Friday fund raiser. Neta Meador was the lucky winner. We are planning a shopping trip to Amarillo Saturday, July 23rd. We plan to leave by 9 a.m. There are still some seats available, the Senior Citizens Center is going to give away a week of free meals. Anyone who eats 15 meals or more during the month of July will have their name in the drawing. We will have the drawing the first week of August. We are glad to have the singing group cared The Cross Winds for our entertainment for the July Birthday/Anniversary Supper next Tuesday night. The group is made up of Charfie Wagner, Annett Elkus, and Joan Ecldey from Pampa. REMINDERS: Thursday, July 21, Hearing Aid Clinic, 10 a.m. - 12 noon Monday, July 25, Dance Practice, 7 - 9 p.m. Tuesday, July 26, Birthday/Anniversary Supper, 6 p.m. of the Emperor&apos;s New Clothes, the group pictures and note paper using colored chalk and their fingers. 'neral for O.E. Jones, 74, of Denison, who died July 2, at his home, was 1:30 p.m. in the Bratcher Funeral chapel with the Rev. Albert officiating. Burial will tel- at Cedarlawn with military rites conducted by per- from Shepherd Air Force Jones was born Jan. 20, 1920, l Turkey, Texas, son of William F. Stclla Jones. He married Spears on Nov. 2, 1946, in Ariz. He retired as a master ser- geant from the U.S. Air Force in 1962 and continued to work in the service at Perrin Air Force ltase, retiring in 1972. He was a ember of the Babtist faith, VJ.W., Denson Elks Lodge 238, aad DA.V. He is survived by his wife; son Eugene jones of Denson; Rufus C. Jones of sisters Carman of Clarendon, Texas, and Billic Hall of Stamford, Texas; and The family will receive visitors at the residence. " Held 9th members 'met in Dortha McNutt the St. Roost Addition at Lake for a good old Get To-G-ether". There a lot of visiting, horse shoe & singing and of eating. A wonderful byar. Those attending were: Johnson-Vian, Okla,; & Donna Johnson Ft. Gab- Okla.; Lewis, Carolyn & Cook, Warner, Okla.; Jen- Tahoka, Tx. Norris & Dortha Jo Stewart Dumas, Tx. DOn, Terra & Courtney Conners, Dumas, Tx. Ron, Christi, Ryan & Cory Stevens Dumas, Tx; Kelly, Beth, Lacey & Christopher Penland Rapid City SD; Gary, Snzie, Lesley, Micheal, & Mark Montgomery, Pampa, Tx. Charity MnCullogh, Canyon, Tx.; Curtis & Sheryl Reynolds & Three Sons, Amarillo, Tx. Edye Kirkland, Amarillo Tx. Rodney & Trini Lacey, Amarillo Tx.; Tommy & Margaret Faulkner, Amarillo, Tx.; Flint McWartner, Archer City Tx., Monroe & Nadene Reynolds, Allison, Tx. The/ma Behrens Celebrates Thealma Behrens has recently lebrated the marriages of her grandchildren and her 80th birthday. Phil Behrens, son of Jerry and Delores Behrens, married Stcphanie Brockman on May 28, 1994. Stephanie is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Cyril Brockman of Nazareth. The 4:00 p.m. wedding took place at the Holy Family Catholic Church in Nazareth. Thelma attending the wedding with her daughter, Elaine Mar- shall. The lovely wedding was fol- lowing with a dinner/dance celebration at t he Nazareth Com- munity Center. Everyone had a wonderful meal and a good time. The bride and groom participated .in the traditional wedding march and the groom pushing the bride in a wheel barrow. The groom's parents hosted the rehearsal din- ner in Dimmitt. The couple honeymooned in Ruidoso, New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Behreus will reside in Amarillo. Stephanie is a teacher/assistant girl's basket- ball for Herff-Jones. Jara Behrens, daughter of Jerry and Delores Behreus, wed Bill DuBose in a beautiful candlelight ceremony on June 25, 1994, at the First Baptist Church in Canyon. Bill is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard of Piano, formerly of Abernathy. There was a lovely outdoor reception/dance at the Country Home Bed and breakfast outside in Canyon. The bride and groom rode in a horse- drawn carriage to the reception. The couple was honored with pre- wedding parties. The rehearsal dinner hosted by the groom's parents was an outdoor cookout. The food prepared by the DuBose family was delicious. Avideo tape of childhood, family and current pictures of the of the couple was given as a gift to the couple. A bridesmaid's luncheon, hosted by the bride and her mother, was held on the day of the wedding at the Amarillo Club in Amarillo. Thel- ma attending these wedding ac- tivities with her daughter, Elaine Marshall. The couple will take a delayed honeymoon to Colorado in August. Mr. and Mrs. DuBose will reside in Canyon. Jara is at- tending Texas Tech Physical Therapy School, in Amarillo. Bill is a sales manager for ANIPRO. Thelma's wedding gifts to her grandchildren were handmade quilts The quilt given to Phil and Stephanie was pieced and quilted by Thelma. The quilt given to Jars and Bill was pieced by Jara's Great Grandmother Pierce and quilted by Thelma. Thelma celebrated her 80th birthday on July 1st. Those in at- tendance were Ronnie and Elaine Marshall Jerry and Delores Be- hreus, Phil and Stephanie Behrens and Bill and Jars DuBose. The family gathered at Thelma's home for visiting and opening presents. They later dined at the Bar H Dude Ranch. Thelma enjoyed having her family together, The lebra- tion continued on July 4th at the Fourth of July Barbecue. Many friends come by Thelma's table to wish her "Happy Birthday" and had birthday cake. The Lions Tale by Gene Alderson The Clarendon Lions Club held its regular meeting at noon on Tuesday July 12, 1994 at the Lion Hall with 14 members, one new member, two guests, and Lion Sweetheart Dee W' present. We enjoyed a deficious chicken fried steak dinner before the meet- aug was called to order by Lion Garland. Following the regular opening ceremony, Liontamer Heuson introduced our guests and our new member Kevin Thompson who is manager of Clarendon In- surance Agency (formerly Sim- mons Insurance Agency). WEL- COME KEVIN! For our program, Lion Allen Estlack installed the officers and directors for the dubs 94-95 year. Following the installation, the new Boss Lion made a brief speech and the meeting was adjourned. Of. ricers and directors for the new year are: BOss Lion Jim Garland; 1st Vice-Pres. Jimmy Johnson; 2nd Vice-Pres. Todd Knorpp; 3rd Vice-Pres. Walt Knorpp; Secretary, Johnny Hoggatt; Treasurer, Wilburt Bernabe; Liontamer, A.R. Henson; Tail Twister, Terry Tamplen; Direc- tors, Allen Estlack, Gene Alder- son, A.R. Henson, Delbert Robertson. Medical Center News Wnlc e the weather has been e and cool, residents have enjoyed sitting on the patio and taking nature walks. June 30th residents enjoyed a dog show with Fritz and Keltie, Tiny and Gene Aiderson's two dogs. They per- formed a variety of tricks and the residents enjoyed petting and play- aug with them. Once again they ap- preciate the Alderson's for sharing with them. July 1st, residents held their monthly resident council meeting and enjoyed coffee and fresh doughnuts. They had 13 residents present for this months meeting and was very productive. These council meetings give residents the opportunity to voice any com- plaints or give suggestions they feel will benefit the residents of the medical center. Charlotte Roan, Ombudsman conducted this months meeting in the absence of the activity director. With the 100 degree weather they have been having, the resi- dents vegetable garden has not been doing well this year. Even with daily watering, the garden burned up due to the extreme temperatures. They will make another go of it next year and hope to have a better turn out. All the residents seemed to have had a good July 4th holiday. They would like to let the Shriners Club know how much they really appreciate the BBQ they sent to the residents during the July 4th holiday. They really enjoyed it. July 13th, Lois Percival celebrated her birthday at the resi- dent monthly birthday party. Everyone had a god time visiting over cake and punch. They would like to welcome Bernice Littlefield back to the Medical Center and they are happy to have her with them. Kenny's Barber Shop will be closed Friday 22 and Saturday 23. Page 3 Meador Hosts VisiWrs Those vmtiug in the W.OaX (Bill) Meador home over the 4th were: AT. Lewis from Men, AK; Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Meador from Ashdown, AK; Megan Meador from Trm-k...- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Meador, Jae, Jacob, and Allan from Vista, CA; Mr. and Mrs. Jae Hampel, Jo Jo and April from Dallas, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Garner and Chris from Garland, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Rob Feldt and Eric from Garland; Mr. and Mrs. John Perry and Laurie from Lubbock; Jan Shultz from Odessa; Shannon Pornell from Odessa; Ray Chaveanx and Janis from Clarendon Texas and Jean Batn, Clarendon, Texas. Rob Feldt from Garland, Texas was the winner of the $200 certificate from Edes C'ustom Meats in Amarillo on July 4th at the rodeo. Project '95 meeting I will be Thursday, July 21 at 8.<10 p.m. in the City Park I SLIM SIDES DOUBLE S TV & VCR REPAIR P.O. Box 750 Clarendon, Tx. 79226 Ph. (806) 874-5081 I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BANK HOLDING COMPANY Herring Bancorp, Inc., Vernon, Texas and Herring Bancshsres, Inc., Frederick, Oklahoma, intend to apply to the Federal Reserve Board for permission to acquirl 100 percent of the common stock of Firat Bank & Trust of Clarendon, P.O. Box 947, Clarendon, Texas 79226. The Federal Reserve considers a number of factors in deciding whether to approve the application Including the record of performance 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 Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Holding Company Supervision Department, Station K, Dallas, Texas 75222. The comment period will not end before August 13, 1994 and may be somewhat longer. The Board's procedures for processing applications may be found at 12 C.F.R. 262.25 (as revised, 49 Federal Rocister 5603 (February 14, 19841l. Procedures for processing protested apldiCatinns my be found at 12 CFR 262.25 (1984}. To obtain a copy of the Bolrd's procedures or if you need more information about how to submit your comments on the application, centel the Community Affairs Office at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Ms. Gloris Vasquez Brown, at (214) 922-5266. The Federal Reeerve will conlider yore comments and any request for a public meeting or formal hearing on the applicatio if they are received by the Ruerve Bank on or before the hint dat of the cerumen1 p9. STATEMENTOF CONDITION PUBLICATION COPY = COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS SANK. 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LovelZ Stale of Cour4y Ot St t S o n to an su#ctOeO betOre me ma l t (MAKE MARK FOR .................... ( .." ",fflll/ Ai , .... o ..... , ........... o.. ........ ..* at 16 97 65 T FOT" T'P5T'VIiDTL5 C0f '4-]-   Sun 17 95 65 01" 1-)0-,7- 9'[1  ,..,,.----,..--. Total For Month LS0  t 00I00:00FIRSTBRnI400TRUsT Total For Year 11al , 5 miles N.W. of Clarendon off HWY 287 and._ /1 OF CLRENE)'3N -=,1 IId00l0000l l FM Road -2--3257.