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August 18, 1994 was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and a member on the Northeast Edna Bernice Johnson Fneral services for Mrs. Edna Bernice Johnson, age 76, l:00 p.m. on Saturday, 13, 1994 in the Calvary Church in Clarendon with Rob Scale, Pastor, officiat- Interment was in the Odd Fel- Cemetery in Clarendon with under the dection Funeral Directors, Mrs. Johnson died at 9:55 Thursday, August 11,1994 St. Anthony's Hospice in following a lengthy ill- She was born October 28, in Souper, Choctaw County, and had lived in most of her life. She Lee Roy Johnson on 1, 1938 at Clarendon and her in death on May She was also preceded by daughter, Mary Katherine and by 3 grandchildren, Lee Jones, Shelly Me- Emma McKinney, and and sisters. She had worked as a cook for Bromley's Dining Room for )years, at a Clarendon Day Care years, and as a private care provider for 3 years her retirement. She was a of the Clarendon ge #149 and the Cal- Baptist Church. Survivors include two Shirley McKinney of Carolyn Jones of two sons, Don Johnson Canadian, Jerry Johnson of Ridge, Kansas; one sister, Fallis of Midwest City, Ok- 11 grandchildren; and 13 United Pentecostal Church. He is survived by his wife, Doris M. Carter; Three Sons, Michael Carter of Eric, Ok- lahoma, John Carter of Uvalde, Texas, and Harlan Carter of Con- len, Texas; Two Daughters, Bever- ly Burrow of Clarendon, Texas, Barbara Morgans of Trenton, Mis- sour Five Brothers, Lewis Carter of Alderson, W.VA, Newt Carter of McLean, Texas, Bob Carter of White Sulphur, W.VA, Tom Carter of Alderson, W.VA, and Gerald Carter of Alderson, W.VA; Three Sisters, Marie White of Union, W.VA, Virginia Thomas of Alderson, W.VA, and Kessler Martin of Alderson, W.VA; and Several Nieces and Nephews. He was preceded in death by one sister and one brother, and his mother and father. Mrs. lmogene Moreman Brnndey Grandsons served as casket and great grandsons as ' casket bearers. The family requests be to the Calvary Bap- ,t Church in Clarendon or to St. Hospice in Amarillo. Sammy Lloyd Cornweil, MD neral services for Dr. Sammy Lloyd Cornwell, MD, 54, were held at 2:00 p.m. on August 13, 1994 in of Memories in with Rev. Bryan Pastor of the Martin Bap- Church, and rev. Doug Dubose, of the Howardwick Baptist officiating. Cremation was on Monday, August 15, 1994 Park Crematory in arrangements under of Robertson Funeral Inc. Dr. Cornwell died at ap- 1:00 a.m. on Tuesday, 1994 at his Howardwick following a sudden ill- He was born March 11, 1994 t bardnell, Yale County, Arkan- [nd had lived in Little Rock, most of his life before to Howardwick on June 20, He and his wife were married 9, 1969 at Amarillo. He had from medical school in and was the Medical Director the Benton Detox Unit in Ben- Arkansas for 23 years before on March 4, 1994. During career he had treated over patients. He was a member National Guard and a Bap- Fogeral services for Mrs. Im- ene Moreman Brumley, age 93, were held at 2.-00 p.m. on Monday, August 15, 1994 in the First United Methodist Church in Clarendon with Rev. Terry Tamplen, Pastor, officiating. In- tnerment was in Citizens Cemetery with arrangements under the direction of Robertson Funeral Directors, Inc. Mrs. Brumley died at 4:00 a.m. on Thursday, August 11, 1994 at Heritage Estates Nursing Home in Fort Worth following a lengthy illness. Shewas barn June 20,1901 in Ector, Texas and had lived in Clarendon most of her life. She married Rolle Smith Brumley on January 27, 1924 at Hedley, Texas and he preceded her in death on January 8, 1973. She was a mem- ber of the Pirst United Methodist Church where she had been in the Women's Missionazy Society and the Church Choir for many years. She was a homemaker. Survivors include one daughter, Shirley Hickman of Ar- lington, Texas; one son, John Car- roll Brumley of Walsenburg, Colorado; five grandchildren, Harry Carroll Brumley, Henry Carroll Brumley, Cynthia Ann Welch Sabin, Rolle Jean Welch, John Russell Menzien, five great grandchildren, Charlot Nicole Sabin, Natasha Cloeteal Sabin, Nadia Danielle Kayaly, Jacqueline Brnmley, and Peter Brumley. Casket bearers were Ken VanLoh, Jerry J. VanLoh, J.C. Sabin, bill Lowc, Joe Lovell, and msad Karaty. The Clarendon High School Bronco Boosters are having a brief meeting Thursday, August 18 after the scrimmage against Quannah. Your Survivors include his wife, Comwell of Howardwick; sister, Carol Mosley of Arkansas; one brother, Arkan- and several nieces and  Carter esse Carter, 60, of Fayet- teville died Thursday, August 1994 at the Fayetteviile Nurs- Center, Fayetteville, AR. Services were held at 2:00 Saturday, August 13, at the [!theast Pentecostal Church, tteville, AR with Rev. Arnold . and Bro. John Davis 'aating. Burial was in Baptist Ford tetery, Greenland, AR under tlirection of Moore's Chapel. bearers were AJ. Baughman, aie Hill, John Mark Center, en Santos, John Davis, and :had Carter. i Jesse Carter was born April 1934 at Blaker's Mill, West [KMa, the son of Kessler and [qha Mable Chrone Carter. / Fie was a former oil field liter in Texas and Oklahoma. "%rked for the Keebler Cam- 'in Amarillo, Texas. He also for the Space Center in City, Missouri and the Convenience Stores. He I:bt (latinlmn tif Senior Citizens News Everyone at the Center appreciated Eda Wallin and Pat McCombs for teaching them how to paint stained glass tee shirts. They were wonderful instructors and the group had a great time. The garden fresh cucumbers and cantaloupes donated by Shirley Ariola and John Hall was enjoyed by everyone and were greatly appreciated. Helena Catoe will teach a crafts class on plastic canvas, Wednesday, August 17, at 1: p.m. at the Senior Citizens Center. Amanda Ward, a senior at Clarendon High School this year, was a volunteer for the Center this past summer. Her help was greatly ap- preciated. Pat McCombs pained and donated a tee shirt and shorts set for the Friday fund raiser, August 5. It was won by Eddy Judd. There were two prizes to give away, Friday, August 12. Eda Wallin Made and donated a teddy bear. it was won by Billie Taylor. Dolly Cole donated a huge basket of fresh fruit. Bob Kidd was the lucky winner. Memorials made to the Center during June and July were: In memory of George Wayne Estlack by Lee Caskey and Helena Catoe; Louise Harreld by Lee Caskey and Nova Neuhans; Dalton James by Lee Caskey; Stella King by Eda Wallin; JoAnn Morris by Al and Leona Musgrove; Pauline Riley by Ina Epperson and Bill Epperson; Ella Mac Trout by anita Thomas, Eda Wallin, Richard and Mable Tunnell, Fred and June Cook, Jean Batch, Irene Jones, Linda I-Iatton, The Senior Citizens Dance Club, and the Clarendon Firebelles; Car Zybach by Gene and Cora Wright. Orammy and Pop, entertainers from Silverton, Texas will be here to put on the program for the Birthday/Anniversary Supper, Tuesday, Aug. 30, at 6.-00 p.m. Everyone is reminded about the dance that Jay Riley, Crene Jones, and their West Texas Swing Band are going to put on to benefit the Donley County Senior Citizens Center. The dance will be at the Clarendon Community Center on Friday, Aug. 26, beginning at 8:00 p.m. Cost is $3.00 for single and $5.00 for a couple. A concession stand will be selling soft drinks, chili dogs, and nachos. All proceeds from the dance and concession stand will benefit the Senior Citizens Center. No alcohol will be allowed. Reminders: Thursday, Aug. 18, Hearing Aid Clim% 10 a.m. - 12 noon; Monday, Aug. 22, Senior Citizens Dance Club, 7 - 9 p.m. Campbell Receives Diploma A.ut 20 at 6:30 p.m. The Jesus Name Apostolic Church, corner of Montgomery and Faker, will present Rebecca Campbell with her High School diploma from Christian Academy of America. Rebecca finished High School in early May of '94 with a 95 average. She has been involved in Outreach and Youth Camps in Georgia, Florida, and Pennsyl- vania. Friends of Rebecca are invited. Appreciation certificates will also be presented to the youth of the church for their accomplishments and dedication to the work of God. Rev. John Howard and his wife, Charlotte, friends of the youth for a number of years will bring a message and songs. Jerry and Nancy Moon, also their friends and co-workers in Crusades with the youth will bring song and do the music for this occasion. The public is invited to share our love for these dedicated youth. i l :00ii i:iii! i iiiiiii i i!i::il i iil i i :i:: d00:i 00)iiii iiiiiiii i iii:iiiiiiiiiiiili ii Commodities will be dis- tribnted on Friday, August 19, 1994, at the Clarendon Center, beginning at 8:30 am. Hedley distribution will also begin at 8:30 am., in the Hedley Senior Citizens Center. See the,exciting movies everyone s talking about... The Stand The River Pirate I'll Do Anything House of Spirit Goulies IV Being Human ,00tavenhagen Video 220 Kearney 874-5081 Kenny's Barber Shop Iin Street- Clarendon, Tx Will be Closed Saturday, Sept. 3 NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS: MCPHERSON MOTEL Hwy 287 Hedley, Texas Phone: 806-856-5481 New Owne: Tom and Becky Edmonson (Son-in-law and Daughter of Late VergH McPhenmn) Remember the "MCPHERSON MOTEl# foe area Family Reunion= and Get Together'sl COUNTRY DANCE TO BENEFIT THE DONLEY COUNTY SENIOR CITIZENS FRI. AUGUST 26TH AT THE CLARENDON COMHUNITY CENTER 8:00 P.M.- TILL ? MUSIC PROVIDED BY JAY RILEY, GENE JONES AND THE VEST TEXAS SWING BAND $3.00 SINGLE $5.00 COUPLES CONCESSION STAND PROVIDED NO ALCOHOL 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. FIRST [00l=ir'll.l ;TnusT OF CLARENDON Page 3