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Page 4 Weekly Special Jean Nate' Spray Cologne 1.9oz Reg. $11.82 00Sale 6.50 Bain Self Tanning Cream Meal. to Dark Tan 8.59 Right Guard 4 oz Asst. Scents $2.49 Green Forest Toilet Paper 4 rolls 69 Healthmart Buy One Get 12 et. eaplets $4.43 Extra Strength Pain Reliever 100 eaplets $5.39 aplets 100 coated $6.29 Ibuprofen Tablets 100 et. $6.29 Check With Us For Your Back To School Needs. Lots Of "als! Pbarn00acy Check It OUt by Mary Beth Nelson i n another week, your children are going to be back in the classroom. What an exciting time for them! New classes, new books, new schedules, good friends they may not have seen all summer. Probably the last thing that will come to mind during that day will be Burton Memorial Library. however, as you and I both know, the City Library can become a vital element to be included in their curriculum during the school year. True enough, our public schools are well-equipped with a good high- school library and a brand new one in Elementary which will be open this year. For expansion in social studies and science reports, Burton Memorial Library offers excellent supplements. For more reading for pleasure, the library continues to receive more books and videos through purchases, donations, and library loans through the Texas Panhandle Library System. Alan Carpenter's New Enchantment of America includes a set of volumes, one for each separate state. Lay of the land, historical and industrial information are only a few of the items described. A handy reference section plus beautiful photographs in color are included in each book. Many of you are familiar with Readers' Digest condensed books for adults. In the Youth section are ten Readers' Digest-Best Loved Books for Young Readers. There are four writings In each set, some of them being the classics, Huckleberry Finn; Treasure Island; Call of the Ffdd; Little Women; Alice in Wonderland; and Modem American Poetry. Twenty-five volumes of Disney's Wonderful Worm of Knowledge, published by Danbury Press, offer enticing Information concerning animals, natural wonders, science, technology, myths, legends, and various other subjects. Lovely color photography is complimented by illustrations of lively Disney characters. Magazines, "Ranger Rick" and "National Geographic World" are in ample supply on the h'brary shelves as well as biographies and various types of fiction and non-fiction. Do you grandparents remember the Golden Books for children? If you had young children in the 1950's as I did, and ffthcy like to be read to , you are, no doubt, aware of the popularity of the Golden Books. There is a precious little Golden Book In Burton Memorial Lbrary now entitled Amanda's First Day of SchooL I'd say just perfect for your kindergartner who is going to be entering school for the first time next week. Kindergarten and First Grade Teachers, in one of my articles last spring, I reviewed the book, The ARmadillo from Amarillo by Lynne Cherry, and mentioned that it is a very entertaining readiness book for geography. I know you have so much material to introduce now. After you're settled with your students, you might find it worth your time if you choose to take a look at it. The kids will love it! Why not check it out? Dear Ed/mr, RueC.ntly, a number of old guys who were stationed with the Navy V-12 nit in 1944/45 at MaryviUe, 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 to Lelia Lake with a newspaper, I am appealing 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 person 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, Assis- tant Director of advancement Services, Office of Development/Alumni Services, Northwest Missouri State University, 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 comrades. Sincerely, Jim Dixon Thursday, August 11, Hedley Senior Menu Thursday - & Ham, French Fried, J Fruit, Chocolate Corn Muffin and Milk Coffee Friday- Mexican serole, Spanish Salad, Cantaloupe Crackers and Milk, Coffee Monday - Steak Gravy, Mashed Italian Mix Vegetables, Salad, Peach Cobbler, and Milk, Tea or Coffee Tuesday - Onion Rings, Broccoli serole, Watermelon Sugar Cookies, Corn and Milk, Tea or Coffee Wednesday Beef, Baked Potato Squash, Toss Salad, Pudding, Wheat Roll Milk, Tea or Coffee Thursday- Games p.m.; Dance Practice 7 Friday - Games 1 p.m.; Games 7 p.m. Monday - Games 1 p.m.; Musical 7 pan. Tuesday- Blood sure I p.m.; Games 1 - 3 Games 7 p Wednesday - 3 p.m. Hedley School Menu August 15 - 19 Breakfast Monday Cereal, Fruit, Milk Tuesday - Sausage Gravy, Biscuit, Cereal, Milk Wednesday - Turnover, Cereal, Fruit Milk Thursday - Burrito, Cereal, Fruit, Milk Friday- French Cereal, Fruit, Juice, Milk Lunch Monday- Pizza, Salad, Fruit, Milk Tuesday Strips, Mashed PotatoeS Gravy, Green Beans Peaches, Milk Wednesday - Enchiladas, Spanish Pinto Beans, Salad, Fruit, Milk Thursday - Meat, Garlic Cheese Salad, Corn on Cob, Milk Friday - French Fries, Baked Salad, Fruited JeUo, Milk Clarendon CISD Readies For New Year W!th a new school year just around the corner, school superintendent, Phil Barefield, expresses that it will be a year of improvement In all areas. Certainly, it will be a year of change. A new teachers, counselors and administrators, along with five new auxiliary staff, will greet students this new programs will be offered as well: Head Start and Single Parenting. The dyslexia program is serve more students, and the high school will expand its schedule to provide eight class periods within the day. Other changes and improvements will be considered as the staff and students settle into the year. Barefield also stated that a new attitude will be emphasized with the coming of new admimstratorJ staff: "Student responsibility and discipline will be the cornerstone of this school year," Barefield strd. School Board and I consciously recruited personnel during the summer that would support a safe environment and insure that quality instruction is provided. We fee that these additions to our eacellent teachers will bring this to pass." Barefield continued by assuring the parents, students, and community that safety to providing a good education. "Students, parents, and teachers must all work together to see that the school is effective. Part cooperative arrangement includes a basic agreement that discipline is necessary and will be Involved. I know that we all want the very best school possible. To achieve this, we must have a the desire to be the best we can be, and a respect of each other's right to receive quality, Students that chose to disrupt and interfere with another person's right to receive a good education corrected or removed from the situation. This will be our focus this year." The year begins this year with new staff members reporting on August 12. All the teaching duty on August 15, andstudents will begin classes on Friday, August 19. TAKE VINCE AND LARRY'S CRASH COURSE IN SAFEIY BELTS. ' LES00ON [ "My Uncle Bernie false teeth?" "No Larry, safety belts. You've got to always make re that yours is snugand at whatever safetybelt system your car comes with is *Senior Citizen Discount YOU COULD ALOT FROM A DUMMY, BUCKLE YOUR SAFE'rY BELT,