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:z! Έ:Έ] : ,::?  ............ . .,; ,., The Clarendon Enterprise • August 5, 2004 Stuttering video now available at Burton Library "Stuttering: Straight Talk for Teachers" a new 20-minute video- tape from The Stuttering Foundation is now available at the Burton Memo- rial Library in Clarendon. This video helps teachers and parents understand how stuttering can affect children of all ages in the classroom. When teachers hear a child stut- ter, the immediate reaction is one of concern mixed with a host of urgent questions: • Should they call on the stu- dents in class, or will that only make it worse? ° How should they handle teas- ing by other students? • What should they do about reading aloud in class? "Parents will want a copy to give their child's teacher" says Jane Fraxer, president of The Stuttering Foundation. The highlight of the video is the children who discuss their experi- ences in the classroom and share what was helpful for them. "Even when I knew the answer, I wouldn't raise my hand because I Services in Barrington, Ill., present was worried about what others might, practical strategies teachers can use think" says Umberto, 14. He added that giving a classroom presentation on stuttering to the entire class has made him feel more at ease. "At the beginning of the school year, I was embarrassed to read aloud in front of my teacher and friends because of my stuttering," says Kate. Noted speech-language patholo- gists Bill Murphy, MA of Purdue University, and Kristin Chmela, MA of Fluency Therapy and Consulting immediately to help children feel more comfortable talking in the classroom. "Stuttering: Straight Talk for Teachers" comes with a 40-page handbook of additional information and resources and is available to the public for a nominal fee of $5. The video is free to public libraries. For more information, visit www.stutteringhelp.org or call toll- free 800-992-9392. Principals' group names Word president Mike Word, principal at Clarendon Elementary, has been named District 16 President for the Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA). Word and his fellow officers from the 20 TEPSA districts across the state were installed at the associa- tion's July Leadership Conference. "TEPSA's leaders make a dif- ference in their communities," said TEPSA is a diverse, supportive community of professional leaders committed to providing quality edu- cation to all PreK-8 Texas children. TEPSA currently represents more than 5,100 elementary and middle school leaders, including principals, assistant principals, central office administrators and supervisors of reading, mathematics, science, spe- cial education, and other disciplines. 806-856-5246 FREE ESTIMATE PO Box 101 Hedley, TX 79237 Executive Director Sandi Borden. Formed in 1917, TEPSA was JI""IF ___...l.._..ln W  "We are pleased to have Mike created to improve children's futures Word lending his talents and exper- by bettering education at the elemen- tise." tary level. Sanchez deployed on destroyer Hornet  O!il; Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class warfare by using the Vertical Launch- David L. Sanchez, son of Debra D. ing System, advanced Tomahawk Swearingen of Hereford and Ramon and anti-aircraft missiles and a multi- L Sanchez of Clarendon, recently function phased array radar. ll,,,' If n swer, please leave message. departed on a routine scheduled Sanchez is one of 23 officers -"-.-,, Mark Luttrell deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom while assigned to the guided-missile destroyer USS Hopper, homeported in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. USS Hopper's warfare capabili- ties include anti-submarine warfare, anti-air warfare, and anti-surface Head Start now taking applications The Head Start program at Clarendon Elementary is looking for children who will be four years old on or before September 1 to fill four places. Head Start is a full day program in the public school system which provides two meals, a snack, and many health benefits. Families must have at least one qualifier of the following list to be considered for an opening: meets income guidelines, has at least one public assistance including WIC, HUD, and CHIPS, child has a docu- mented disability, or the child is in foster care. Those wishing to apply must bring the child's birth certificate, Social Security card, immunization record, proof of income (tax form or several pay stubs), and proof of public assistance (if applicable). Application day is Tuesday, August 17. Please call 874-3855 for an appointment. 1.866.269.205; Foster homes needed badly in Panhandle When abuse and neglect occur and children are no longer able to safely remain in their own homes, we are fortunate to have individuals willing to provide care and support to them in licensed foster homes. There is an urgent need for more families to open their hearts and homes by becoming foster and adoptive parents. To learn more about fostering and adoption, attend an informational meeting the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Meetings are held at the CPS office at 62001-40 West in Amarillo. Foster care provides a tempo- rary safe haven for children as Child Protective Services (CPS) casework- ers and foster parents work toward uniting children with their families. These children, through no fault of their own, were placed in abusive or neglectful situations by their bio- logical parents. In some situations, they are not able to return home and deserve a chance for a new life with adoptive parents who can teach them that family can be a safe place. For more information, please call 354-6230. and 302 Sailors serving aboard USS Hopper, a multi-mission guided-mis- sile destroyer designed to operate offensively in a mufti-threat environ- ment. Sanchez is a 1999 graduate of Clarendon High School and joined the Navy in June 1999. Red Hats set meeting Dust off your red hats and purple attire and join the Scarlet Saints at the Turkey Hotel B&B on August 12- 2004 at 11:30 a.m. for lunch (Dutch treat) and a day full of surprises. Hostesses are MiUie Dishong and Carolyn Blackerby. Contact telephone numbers are 664-8832, 874-9366, and 874-5102. aC00r0,,qg.e No phone line required Always on High-Speed Cable Internet Call for monthly specials. ?00nd's Country Kate Open Monday - Friday, 6 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. Saturday • 6 a.m. - 2 p.m. Closed Sunday Daffy Buffet Specials Friday Catfish & Shrimp Buffet • Call Ins • 664-7402 Hall County Home Health Serving Hall, Donley, Childress, Collingsworth, and Briscoe Counties •  Ilwse Visits • IIIIs ml tVNs • Home Health Aides • Pdvnte Cam On Call 24 Hours A gall, 7 Dan A Week • Physical Therapv • Occupational Therapv • Wound Care lilanagemont Medicare • Medicaid • Private Insurance • Private Pay "We run the roads to provide care for you." Call 80659.2597 Helen Rogers, RN, Owner/Administrator | 635 N. | 8th St • PO Box 398 • Memphis, Texas 79245 EEOC Employer State Cedffied Not just a bait store/ Full Line Discount Tobacco Store! If you don't see it, ask for it and we'll get it. 32 ez Foumain Drink Only 45’ Mtwtl FREE SNUFF with ID! Limited Supply Hwy. 70, 1/8 miles north of Hwy. 287, Clarendon Leaving The NesR Take a little piece of home with you and keep up with old friends and family with a student subscription to A student subscription for 9 months is only $14. Send check or money order along with your college or university address to The Clarendon Enterprise, PO Box 1110, Clarendon, TX 79226 or come by our office at 105 S. Kearney St. ="='=' m     I "t  August 9.5: =   Donley County [ dei I   Parking Lot I This Form must be turned in no later th Friday, August 6, 2004, 5:00 p.m. Liability Release: By execution of this agreement, I hereby agree I Extension Office, employees, and relesentattves, harmless from or propefl damage which t mlgh Incur as o resul of Donley County. I hereby release said persons and the Donley County Extensl i liability or responsibility whatsoever. Name (please pdnt) I gnature Address I Telephone If under l 6, parent or gurcln I s00o00re Please return completed form to the | Donley County Extension Office, 414 S. Keamey, PO Texas 79226; or FAX to (806) 874-3054. See news article for more information, PCS Bldg • 416 S. Kearney Minister: Leonard Holt 501 McClelland • 874-9090 720 IE 1 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Pastor: Joe Vaughn Sunday Service: 10:30 a.m. Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. sunday S Sunday Service: 10:50 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m. Calvary Baptist Church US 287 E • 874-3156 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Service: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 7 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m. Church of Christ 300 S. Carhart • 874-2495 Minister: Eddie Stegall Sun. Bible Class: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Service: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. 209 S. Hawley • 874-2321 Pastor: Bill Hodges Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Service: 10:30 p.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m. f, mmatEJa 12148 EM. 2162 • 874-2516 Pastor: Bryan Knowles Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Service: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 7 p.m. First Bantist Churc 301 S. 300 Bugbee Ave • 874-3833 Pastor: Truman Ledbetter Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Service: 10:55 a.m. Corner  Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m. First Christian Chqrch 120 E. Third Street 874-3212 Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Service: 10:45 a.m. First Presbyterian Church Fourth & Parks • 874-9269 Pastor: Rev. Robin Gantz Fellowship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Service: 11:00 a.m. First United Metho£11st Charch 420 S. Jefferson • 874-3667 Pastor: James lvey Edwards Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday: 8:30, 10:50 a.m. pasto 301 Sun. Church of Christ 110 E. Second SL Minister: Bright Newhouse Sun. Bible Class: 10 a.m. Sunday Service: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. First Bantist Church 210N. Main St. 874-5980 Pastor: Bruce Howard Sunday School: l0 a.m. Sunday Service: I I a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m. First Bantist Church 222 Sherwood Blvd. 874-3326 Pastor: Genoa Goad Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Service: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 6 p.m. Martin Baptist Church US 287 W • 874-2025 Pastor: Darrell Burton Sunday School: 10 a.m Sunday Service: I 1 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m. Communil Bank JH/'I.rumber The Clarendon To become a sponsor of the Church :z! Έ:Έ] : ,::?  ............ . .,; ,., The Clarendon Enterprise • August 5, 2004 Stuttering video now available at Burton Library "Stuttering: Straight Talk for Teachers" a new 20-minute video- tape from The Stuttering Foundation is now available at the Burton Memo- rial Library in Clarendon. This video helps teachers and parents understand how stuttering can affect children of all ages in the classroom. When teachers hear a child stut- ter, the immediate reaction is one of concern mixed with a host of urgent questions: • Should they call on the stu- dents in class, or will that only make it worse? ° How should they handle teas- ing by other students? • What should they do about reading aloud in class? "Parents will want a copy to give their child's teacher" says Jane Fraxer, president of The Stuttering Foundation. The highlight of the video is the children who discuss their experi- ences in the classroom and share what was helpful for them. "Even when I knew the answer, I wouldn't raise my hand because I Services in Barrington, Ill., present was worried about what others might, practical strategies teachers can use think" says Umberto, 14. He added that giving a classroom presentation on stuttering to the entire class has made him feel more at ease. "At the beginning of the school year, I was embarrassed to read aloud in front of my teacher and friends because of my stuttering," says Kate. Noted speech-language patholo- gists Bill Murphy, MA of Purdue University, and Kristin Chmela, MA of Fluency Therapy and Consulting immediately to help children feel more comfortable talking in the classroom. "Stuttering: Straight Talk for Teachers" comes with a 40-page handbook of additional information and resources and is available to the public for a nominal fee of $5. The video is free to public libraries. For more information, visit www.stutteringhelp.org or call toll- free 800-992-9392. Principals' group names Word president Mike Word, principal at Clarendon Elementary, has been named District 16 President for the Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA). Word and his fellow officers from the 20 TEPSA districts across the state were installed at the associa- tion's July Leadership Conference. "TEPSA's leaders make a dif- ference in their communities," said TEPSA is a diverse, supportive community of professional leaders committed to providing quality edu- cation to all PreK-8 Texas children. TEPSA currently represents more than 5,100 elementary and middle school leaders, including principals, assistant principals, central office administrators and supervisors of reading, mathematics, science, spe- cial education, and other disciplines. 806-856-5246 FREE ESTIMATE PO Box 101 Hedley, TX 79237 Executive Director Sandi Borden. Formed in 1917, TEPSA was JI""IF ___...l.._..ln W  "We are pleased to have Mike created to improve children's futures Word lending his talents and exper- by bettering education at the elemen- tise." tary level. Sanchez deployed on destroyer Hornet  O!il; Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class warfare by using the Vertical Launch- David L. Sanchez, son of Debra D. ing System, advanced Tomahawk Swearingen of Hereford and Ramon and anti-aircraft missiles and a multi- L Sanchez of Clarendon, recently function phased array radar. ll,,,' If n swer, please leave message. departed on a routine scheduled Sanchez is one of 23 officers -"-.-,, Mark Luttrell deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom while assigned to the guided-missile destroyer USS Hopper, homeported in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. USS Hopper's warfare capabili- ties include anti-submarine warfare, anti-air warfare, and anti-surface Head Start now taking applications The Head Start program at Clarendon Elementary is looking for children who will be four years old on or before September 1 to fill four places. Head Start is a full day program in the public school system which provides two meals, a snack, and many health benefits. Families must have at least one qualifier of the following list to be considered for an opening: meets income guidelines, has at least one public assistance including WIC, HUD, and CHIPS, child has a docu- mented disability, or the child is in foster care. Those wishing to apply must bring the child's birth certificate, Social Security card, immunization record, proof of income (tax form or several pay stubs), and proof of public assistance (if applicable). Application day is Tuesday, August 17. Please call 874-3855 for an appointment. 1.866.269.205; Foster homes needed badly in Panhandle When abuse and neglect occur and children are no longer able to safely remain in their own homes, we are fortunate to have individuals willing to provide care and support to them in licensed foster homes. There is an urgent need for more families to open their hearts and homes by becoming foster and adoptive parents. To learn more about fostering and adoption, attend an informational meeting the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Meetings are held at the CPS office at 62001-40 West in Amarillo. Foster care provides a tempo- rary safe haven for children as Child Protective Services (CPS) casework- ers and foster parents work toward uniting children with their families. These children, through no fault of their own, were placed in abusive or neglectful situations by their bio- logical parents. In some situations, they are not able to return home and deserve a chance for a new life with adoptive parents who can teach them that family can be a safe place. For more information, please call 354-6230. and 302 Sailors serving aboard USS Hopper, a multi-mission guided-mis- sile destroyer designed to operate offensively in a mufti-threat environ- ment. Sanchez is a 1999 graduate of Clarendon High School and joined the Navy in June 1999. Red Hats set meeting Dust off your red hats and purple attire and join the Scarlet Saints at the Turkey Hotel B&B on August 12- 2004 at 11:30 a.m. for lunch (Dutch treat) and a day full of surprises. Hostesses are MiUie Dishong and Carolyn Blackerby. Contact telephone numbers are 664-8832, 874-9366, and 874-5102. aC00r0,,qg.e No phone line required Always on High-Speed Cable Internet Call for monthly specials. ?00nd's Country Kate Open Monday - Friday, 6 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. Saturday • 6 a.m. - 2 p.m. Closed Sunday Daffy Buffet Specials Friday Catfish & Shrimp Buffet • Call Ins • 664-7402 Hall County Home Health Serving Hall, Donley, Childress, Collingsworth, and Briscoe Counties •  Ilwse Visits • IIIIs ml tVNs • Home Health Aides • Pdvnte Cam On Call 24 Hours A gall, 7 Dan A Week • Physical Therapv • Occupational Therapv • Wound Care lilanagemont Medicare • Medicaid • Private Insurance • Private Pay "We run the roads to provide care for you." Call 80659.2597 Helen Rogers, RN, Owner/Administrator | 635 N. | 8th St • PO Box 398 • Memphis, Texas 79245 EEOC Employer State Cedffied Not just a bait store/ Full Line Discount Tobacco Store! If you don't see it, ask for it and we'll get it. 32 ez Foumain Drink Only 45’ Mtwtl FREE SNUFF with ID! Limited Supply Hwy. 70, 1/8 miles north of Hwy. 287, Clarendon Leaving The NesR Take a little piece of home with you and keep up with old friends and family with a student subscription to A student subscription for 9 months is only $14. Send check or money order along with your college or university address to The Clarendon Enterprise, PO Box 1110, Clarendon, TX 79226 or come by our office at 105 S. Kearney St. ="='=' m     I "t  August 9.5: =   Donley County [ dei I   Parking Lot I This Form must be turned in no later th Friday, August 6, 2004, 5:00 p.m. Liability Release: By execution of this agreement, I hereby agree I Extension Office, employees, and relesentattves, harmless from or propefl damage which t mlgh Incur as o resul of Donley County. I hereby release said persons and the Donley County Extensl i liability or responsibility whatsoever. Name (please pdnt) I gnature Address I Telephone If under l 6, parent or gurcln I s00o00re Please return completed form to the | Donley County Extension Office, 414 S. Keamey, PO Texas 79226; or FAX to (806) 874-3054. See news article for more information, PCS Bldg • 416 S. Kearney Minister: Leonard Holt 501 McClelland • 874-9090 720 IE 1 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Pastor: Joe Vaughn Sunday Service: 10:30 a.m. Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. sunday S Sunday Service: 10:50 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m. Calvary Baptist Church US 287 E • 874-3156 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Service: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 7 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m. Church of Christ 300 S. Carhart • 874-2495 Minister: Eddie Stegall Sun. Bible Class: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Service: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. 209 S. Hawley • 874-2321 Pastor: Bill Hodges Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Service: 10:30 p.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m. f, mmatEJa 12148 EM. 2162 • 874-2516 Pastor: Bryan Knowles Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Service: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 7 p.m. First Bantist Churc 301 S. 300 Bugbee Ave • 874-3833 Pastor: Truman Ledbetter Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Service: 10:55 a.m. Corner  Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m. First Christian Chqrch 120 E. Third Street 874-3212 Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Service: 10:45 a.m. First Presbyterian Church Fourth & Parks • 874-9269 Pastor: Rev. Robin Gantz Fellowship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Service: 11:00 a.m. First United Metho£11st Charch 420 S. Jefferson • 874-3667 Pastor: James lvey Edwards Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday: 8:30, 10:50 a.m. pasto 301 Sun. Church of Christ 110 E. Second SL Minister: Bright Newhouse Sun. Bible Class: 10 a.m. Sunday Service: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. First Bantist Church 210N. Main St. 874-5980 Pastor: Bruce Howard Sunday School: l0 a.m. Sunday Service: I I a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m. First Bantist Church 222 Sherwood Blvd. 874-3326 Pastor: Genoa Goad Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Service: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 6 p.m. Martin Baptist Church US 287 W • 874-2025 Pastor: Darrell Burton Sunday School: 10 a.m Sunday Service: I 1 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m. Communil Bank JH/'I.rumber The Clarendon To become a sponsor of the Church