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Page 2 H0wardwick News By ALICE HOOD Lois McVicker's sister-in- law' mother Altha "Granny" Ross, of Dumas had a heart attack, was taken BOOKENDS byboo Moat people know that libraries have books and periodicals, but perhaps do not know or-have not realized to what extend cassette tapes and 16 mm films are used here in Donlev county. By beina.a member of the Texas Public Library SvstemJve are loaned 60 tapes,very 4 to 6 months. All tvs of musical categories are included to avveal to as many .people-as nossible. Twenty-one members of the system in thisJrea.ase these and-the tapes are rotated amens the different libraries. So far this year. 183 tapes have been checked out. Films on igst about any subiect may be ordered for a certain date by Anais Staw-nhagen,Aibrarian. Bookings need to-be made.well in advance.. The 16mm films-are-from hhe Amarillo Public Library and .complete catalogue is available here. Protectors are.not included and because of their cost_users are mosU.v the schools, churches and other-organizations.- Medical Center Nursin Home uses a film e.verv weekt There have been 116 films used this year. Viewers have numbered 3,2981 Only one daily newspaper, The Amarillo Daily available. Subscriptions are expensive and.costs were cut here. Anyone wanting to donate- a subscription to she Clarendon Pxess, the Wall Street Journal or other large city ciailv is.welcome to do so. The large reading area in the library is-very comfortable and.numerous people axe in during the..eek spending a little .time between appointments or waiting to pick up various family members. Ma2azines are available for checking out or just glancin over in the.reading room._ Sixteen. magazines are subscribed to by the library/. Donations.of current magazines are.very welcome. Weekly.magazines couldbe three or four weeks old and monthly ones could be three.of four months old. There is not space to handle.old magazines and if they are over one veax old they are+ listed iu Reader's GUlde. Consequently, their use as a reference is worthless. to the hospital in Dumas but was transfered to St. An- thonys Hospital, CCU, in Amarillo. Granny's daugh- ter, Shirley and husband, Duke Weightman from Con- cord, Calif. have been with her. She had another flare- up, Thursday, but was doing better Saturday and taken from CCU to a room. Also Lois' brother-in-law, DarryU McQueen is in the hospital. Some ribs were removed to test for bone cancer. Lois will keep us informed of his condition and results. D.W. Swain has been taken off all hook-ups and is gradually recovering from a heart attack. He was repor- ted to have been walking some, up and down the hall in the hospital. There was a misunderstanding in last weeks news. He had not been removed from CCU at that time. Sorryl Jettie Prickett's nephew, Lynn Coker passed away and they attended the funeral Saturday. Troy and Willie Moore left for Burkburnet, Saturday night after the Lions Club meeting, to attend the Wyatt and Harris family reunion. (Willie's mother's family) They spent Sunday and came back home Sunday night. There was sixty-five to seventy-five present. Willie met cousins she had never seen. They had very enjoy- able time. Ralph and Lena Singieter- ry will have their children with them over the Labor Day weekend. Their son, Swayne, his wife Paul, son, Tbe C3arunden Pmu, Is lmbllshed every Thursday, at 106 S. Kearney and entered as Second Clue Mall at the post office at Clarendon, Texas. J.C. and Helen Weedy, publishers and Editors. Subserlptlmn rates: $13.00 year outside Donley County and 510.00 year in Donley County. Any erroneeu refleetlen upon the character of any person or firm alppearing in these celwnB wlU be gladly and promptly corrected upon being brought to ,he attea. lion of the mamagement. MB[[#DSP[ClAt8 ALLSUP'S WILL BE OPEN Clarendon Preu Thursday, Sept. I, 1983 Eddy, his wife Paula, grand- son Todd, a granddaughter and great granddaughter, Doty and Joshuea Mirelec. The Lakers Homemakers Club will meet the 12th of September. First meeting since summer vacation. Welcome back everyone. Lets all attend Nacona Hills is getting a new face life. Men have been working on the roads and it is certainly changing the looks of things. Mayor Leroy Jack- son says the men are making a lot of progress and the work is coming along great. i'm sure he will be happy to see them finished, since he does live in that area. I'm sure it must be difficult at times, during bad weather, to get in and out of there. Ladle's that joined the V.F.D. Lady's Auxiliary will meet Thursday Sept. 8th. If any questions please call Lois McVicker. We would ask that husbands attend this meet- ing too. The High School Juniors will be selling magazines after next Monday, for their class. WhO'SNe w Kimberly Rose Phillips After traveling halfway across the world, with stop- overs in Tokyo,Chicago and Oklahoma City, a five-month old Korean infant was deli- vered to her parents Thurs- day, Aug. 22 via a silver stork. Kang, Moon Hee, whose new American name is Kimberly Rose, was met at the Oklahoma City airport Thursday by her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Barry Phillips of Clarendon. In keeping with family tradition, Kim- berly's middle name is Rose, after grandmothers on both sides of her family, LABOR, DAY! Nor ALLSUP S FOR YOUR  ; , LABOR DAY SUPPLIESI , ., ICE C REAM tl It n U KS PiCNiC SUPPLiES'BnEAD'MiLK'FOUNTAiN T 00UmR DRINKS'FRESH COOKED FOODS*SELF SERVE 8AS*MOIIEY OROERS*OPI:H 24 HOURS A DAY" "- COOKED FOOD SPECIAL OF THE WEEK Fresh C.oked Half Chicken IlOIlJI1 BAR B Q .,cx.. 99 c COTTAGE CHEESE ,,::.. 69 c IPARKLIH CLEAR ALLSUP'S ICE ,,, 99 c I Ill I I I II I I Kimberly's adoption was arranged by Dillon Children's Services. a Tulsa- based agency that has matched Korean children with deserving families since 1973. The Dillon agency arranges its adoptions through the Eastern Child Welfare Society, Inc., one of four Korean agencies work- ing directly with the U.S. intercountry adoptions programs. The Korean agency is responsible for caring for the child until it is brought to the United States, arranging and overseeing emigration and ensuring that all Korean legal require- ments are met. While the Phillips were preparing for Kimberly, their baby was being taken care of in Korea by a foster mother. The Korean foster mothers are especially protective of the young infants they are responsible for, and provide loving care in their homes until the baby can be es- corted to the United States. "I can tell you, we are both really excited about this," Phillips said prior to his daughter's arrival. She was welcomed home by sister Terri and brother Dale. Grandparents are: Earl and Peggy Creech and Lee Ola Cross all of Stanton. ,,,,,,,, rheLions Tale By GENE ALDERSON The Clarendon Lions Club held its regular meeting at noon on Tuesday at the Lions Hall. There were 27 mem- bers and 4 guests present. Following a fried chicken dinner, Songleader Dan Bentiy did a good job of leading the singing without a piano accompanyment. Following prayer by Lion Hofman and the Pledge of Allegiance by the members, Liontamer Messer intro- duced David Smith who was the guest of his father, Don Smith (even though Lion Smith was absent), and Fred Salinas, a Ford Motor Co. Representative who was the guest of Lion Brister. Boss Lion Henson brought a request for eyeglasses from a school child and the club voted tO provide them. Lion Alderson gave a report on the program of ticket sales for the pancake supper to be held at the Lions Hall from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. this Friday night, September 2nd. Lion Henson appeared to be ahead in the race for leading ticket salesman. Program chairman Billy Ray Johnston introduced Don Pipes and Larry Barber with the Ama- rillo Council on Alcoholism. Mr. Pepes presented some information on alcohol abuse and showed a fdm on the subject. Meeting adjourned. 4.H Better Bake Show Donley County 4-H Better Bake Show was held August 29, in Clarendon. Nine contestants entered and the 4-H'ers products were judged by Carol Grady and Katie Dvorak. Seniors were required to make Kolaches and juniors and peewees were required to make Danish Bars. Seniors and ribbons won include: Lesia Fusion, blue and Christina Leathers, red. Junior blue ribbon winners were Michelle Chambliss and Taylor-Ann Harbert. Red ribbon junior winners were Regina Gray, Katrina Leathers and Jennie Naylor. Chef Harbert and John Naylor were both blue ribbon winners in the Peewee divi- sion. Lesia Fusion - senior, Tay- loP-Ann - junior, and Chet Harbert - peewee were the winners in each of the cate- aeries. Each category winner re- ceived a price donated by a FIRE DEPT.'S NEW VAN Jaramillo completes recruit training Marine Pfc. Jose A. Jara- mille, son of Epifanio Jara- mille of Lelia Lake, Texas, has completed recruit train- ing at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego. During the 11-week train- ing cycle, he learned the basics of battlefield survival. He was introduced to the typical daily routine that he will experience during his enlistment and studied the personal and professional standards traditionally ex- hibited by Marines. He participated in an active physical conditioning program and gained pro- ficiency in a variety of mili- tary skills, including first aid, rifle marksmanship and close order drill. Teamwork and self-discipline were empha- sized throughout the training cycle. In the Middle Ages, peo- ole thought your intelli- gence was in your heart. /rYA The world's mental barbecue the cooking of four thousand meat. This magnit took place in a in 1980, with guests in attendance' The first electric: were ready for Sat., Sept. 3 Jackpot .140 oo ,ndon Lions Club starting 7 p.m. Insurance 8Y4400 % PAINT Off % " * 149 Off local business. The senior MAYONNAISI o winner received a seven- , piece cookware set from Gib- Cash and Carry Beef Dinner $179 sons; junior winner received ALPO s lb. bag perfume from Biven's Phar- EVERYTHI ELSE macy; and the Peewee win- CONVENIENCE STOES ....  nerreceivedabunt panand No Delivery  . Van Camp d It n M 4.. baking dish from Bylow's lP,:=l "' "!"- -+ PRICES HOD IEPMDER 1"3,19R3 6 oz. eaUl Lesia Fuston and Taylor- , n Harbert will compete in No Credit Sale Show on Saturday, Septem-