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August 11, 1994

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August 11, 1994 H Vial of Life Program services for William Harrison, age 58, D held at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, 1, 1994 in the First Baptist in Clarendon with Rev. Pastor of the Mar- Church and Rev. Char- of Texola, Oklahoma, of. Interment was in Citizens with arrangements the direction of Robertson Inc. of Claren- Mr. Harrison died at 2:09 on Friday, July 29, 1994 in St. four sons, Robert Mills of Childress, Donald Mills of Texas City, Stephen Mills of Amarillo, Danny Mills of Levenworth, Ken- sag three sisters, Gertrude Stallof Pampa, Eunice Mills of Childress, Faye Mullinax of Amarillo; 2 brothers, Floyd McMinn of Pampa, Loyd McMinn of Bowie; 22 grandchildren; and 19 great grandchildren. Grandsons of Mrs. Mills, Ricky Mills, Marly Mills, Gregory Mills, Jim Mills, Chuck Mills, Johnny Sutton, Sammy Sutton, Todd Lowe, Chad Morris, and Cory Morris served as casket bearers. The family requests that memorials be to St. Anthony's Hospice; P.O. Box 950; Amarillo, "Ix. 79176-0950. a short illness. He was born 6, 1935 in Clarendon rived in Clarendon for 25 moving to Amarillo 2 Years ago. He married Loretta Hicks on August 14, 1954 at He had been a farmer of his life and was a Produc- at Pantex for the He was a US Army he Korean Conflict and t a member of the International of Machinists and member Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by Hawley Arvil Harrison; b ters, Lucille Harrison and ; and by a brother, Gene Harrison. Survivors include his wife, of Amarillo; one Anna Harrison of his mother, Corrine Har- of Clarendon; two sisters, : Chase of Odessa, Nelda Jones and one brother, H. A. of Heyburn, Idaho. of Mr. Harrison as casket bearers. Honorary bearers were Lee . Ernest Mahaffce, Jim Grif- Fred Molesworth, Roger and Mark Swaim. The family requests that be to St. Anthony's PO Box 950; Amarillo, graveside services John Alexander Reck, were held at 2:30 on Sunday, July 31, 1994 at Cemetery in Claude with , Goodson, Master of the Pan- omclatlng :was in Claude Cemetery dJrec- Robertson Funeral Direc- Inc. of Clarendon. Mr. Reck died at 7.'05 p.m. on ; July 29,1994 at Intergrated Systems in Amarillo a short illness. Hewas October 12, 1904 in Claude a lifetime resident of He had been a farmer and most of his life. He mar- Frances Chauveaux on 27, 1936 at Claude. He a member of the Claude Survivors include his wife, Reck of Claude; one son, G. Reck of Claude; one Reck of Claude; and Cheri Reck of and D'Lene Sandleback Casket bearers and honorary were members of the Mills for Mrs. Wma te Mills, age 75, of were held at 10.0 am. August 1, 1994 in the Clarendon Pastor of Baptist Church, Alex of Mangum, Oklahoma, Sexton of Childress with under the direction Puneral Directors, f Clarendon. l-s. Mills died at 4.0 p.m. July 29, 1994 in St. in Amarillo fol- a illness. She was 1918 in Gould, Ok- and was a resident of until 1971 and a resi- ' Mangum, Oklahoma until she moved to Childress. Guy Mills on October at Childress. She had for much of her hospitals in Clarendon and and in the Mangum Nuts- prior to her retirement. he First BaD- Survivors include her hus- Guy Mills of Childress; 2 Pauline Sutton of Captain Marie Lowe of Air Force Nurse Corp at  in Lubbock; Dear Editor, RweC:ntly, a number of old guys o were stationed with the Navy V-12 unit in 1944/45 at Maryville, Missouri had a fifty year reunion. We are interested in locating as many other members of the group as is possible. One of them was Jimmy Lee Butler who gave Lelia Lake, Texas as his hometown at the time. Since yours is the nearest town m Lelia Lake with a newspaper, I am ap- pealing to you for help. While many years have passed, the hope is someone in your area may know where he may be at this time. Usually, there is a relative or a per- son who keeps track of addresses for use in organizing high school class reunions and this letter is sent in an attempt to contact either the individual sought or someone who can furnish information about his whereabouts at this time. If anyone can help, please write to me, Jim Dixon, 2973 Egan Drive, Memphis, Tennessee 38115-2269 or send the reply to Jill Phillips, Assistant Director of ad- vancement Services, Office of Development/Alumni Services, Northwest Missouri State Univer- sity, 800 University Drive, Maryville, Missouri 64468-6001. Any help will be gratefully appreciated. I hope you will see fit to place this request in your newspaper so we may find others of our old com- rades. Sincerely, Jim Dixon Kenny's Barber She Full Meal Deaf /-Ib.* Hung-Buster*, fcies, drink and a sundae. /  lartnbon .tW This Vial of lfe will assist health care workers with information in the event of an emergency in your home. Directions: Print your information on this form. Place the form in the Vial and put it on the inside of your refrigerator door. Place the extra sticker on the front entrance to your home so emergency personnel will know that important information is in the m fdgerator. Name: Date of Birth: Today's Date: Address: Phooe #: SS#: Doetor's Name: Do.or 'S Plboae: Hospital Preference: Are You A Veteran?: 71 Yes Q No Health Information Medicatiml Allergies: Other Allergies: Current Medications and Oosagm (Plew* Print): Hpilal Preference: Are You A Vetrim?: [3 Yes [3 No Health Information Medkation Allergies: Other Allergies: Current Medications and Doaltgt (PIm Prlat): Do you or have you had the following: (Explain on the back of this form those areas you have checked yes. ) Heart Problems: O Yes O No Diabetes: O Yes Q No Seizures: l-I Yes O No Stroke: Q Yes r3 No Lung Problems: El Yes Q No Recent niness: 0 Yes 0 No Recent Hospitalization: 0 Yes 0 NO Stomach Problems: O Yes O No High Blood Pressure: 11 yes I-I NO Previous Operations: Q Yes Q No Other Problems: [3 Yes [3 No In Case of Emergency Notify 1. Name: Address: Phone: Relationship: 2. Name: Address: Phone: Relationship: DQ'Kid's Pick-niC The only kid's meal that lets kids pick! Pick your favorite food) your favorite treat- even your favorite prize! Plus, you also get a ddnk and fries! insacaJe Co.: Group #: Medicare #: Medicaid #: On Sale at Dairy Queen e August 8-2 I, 1994. i Reg. TM Am. D.Q. Corp. "Reg. TM Tx. D.Q. OD. Coun. OTx. D.Q Op. Coun. l"Pre-oooked weight. At participating Dairy Queen stores. Senior Citizens News rce Donley County Senior itizens "puzzlers" are working on their fourth puzzle. they really are speedy on the 1000 piece one. Hopefully there will be six- teen ladies to paint stained glass tee shirts for the first crafts class. Kenny Bridges, a Clarendon EMT will be at the Center August 15, at 11:45 a.m. to tell everyone about an excellent program called the "Vial of Life". Medical infor- marion kept in a medicine bottle is located so that it will be available to any emergency personnel in case of a medical emergency. Mr. Bridges will explain how everyone can best make use of this program. Jay Riley, Oene Jones and their West Texas Swing Band will be putting on a dance to benefit the Donley County Senior Citizens Center on August 26, 1994, at the Clarendon Com- munity Center. The dance will start at 8:00 p.m. and the cost is $3.00 for single and $5.00 for couples. A concession stand will be provided. All proceeds from the dance and the concession stand will benefit the Center. Area dan- cers are familiar with Jay Riley and Gene Jones. The Center had a capacity crowd the last time they played for theml Reminders: Thursday, Aug. 11, Board of Director's Meeting at 6 p.m.; Monday, August 15, Senior Citizens Dance Club, 7-9 p.m.; Tuesday, August 16, Blood Pressure Clinic, 10:30-12 noon; Tuesday, August 16, Dinner at the Big Texan Steak House, call Cen- ter for departure time Thursday, August 18, Hearing Aid Clinic, I0 a.m.-12 noon. MORROW DRILLING & WELL SERVICE SALES & SERVICE 12 YEARS EXPERIENCE WATER WELL DRILUNG WINDMILLS COMPLETE TURNKEY SYSTEMS GRUNOFOS STAINLESS STEEL PUMPS SOLAR ENERGY PUMPS 874-2704 I JESSE WILLIAMS Wdliams W'ms Award pictured above is Jesse Wil- hams, age 15, and his 5 year old gelding, Dandy's Lover Boy, or better known as Booger. Both of whom currently reside at EJ's Appy Farm, located 5 miles north of Clarendon, on Highway 70. Booger is proudly wearing the halter they were presented with Page 3 for earning high points in their age division in a series of "Open Play Days" sponsored by the Texas Golden Spread Appaloosa Club, which took place at the Whitaker Arena in Canyon, Texas. They were also awarded 15 first place ribbons and 3 second place ribbons in these events. Jesse has single handedly trained this horse. Hardly anyone else has even been on this horse, except, of course Morn and Jesse's top notch assistant, 5 year old Ben- jamen Kochick. Unfortunately Ben had to go out of town and wasn't present for the presentation of awards. We felt the presence of his heart and pride. Jesse should be extremely proud of the accomplishments he and Booger have made in only 3 months of training. He give's all the credit to Booger, saying, "It's easy when you're working with an animal this intelligent." Commodities will be dis- tributed on Friday, August 19, 1994, at the Clarendon Center, beginning at 8:30 a.m. Hedley distribution will also begin at 8:30 a.m., in the Hedley Senior Citizens Center. I I Martin Church Chicken Bar-B-Q August 13th, 1994 Have your chicken to church by I p.m. August 13th or called in to The Grocery Store by noon. Martin Baptist Revival August 14th 11 a.m. & 6 p.m. August 15th 7:30 p.m. Evangelist - Rev. Lewis Ellis Singer - Keith Roberson From 1st Baptist Church in Lefors Everyone Welcome A tittle loan can make a BIG difference to a small business! When a small business needs a new computer or an addi- tional piece of equipment, a small loan can be a big help. At the First Bank and Trust, we want your business to grow. We want this community to prosper. We all share in Clarendon's economy. Come by and visit. Try our coffee and share your dreams. O BRnmq 00TRUST OF CLARENDON