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"Oldest thriving town in the PanhandleF 50 7040 ISSN 1048-8176 Thursday, September 22, 1994 Vol 5, Number 38 Volunteers Needed WItlTE&apos;S KINDERGARTEN CLASS dresses up as their favorite Rhyme Character on Friday, September, 16,1994. Back row (left Bubba Martin, Casandra Murillo, Jessica Perales, Nadla Robert Butler, Jacob  Laura Lindsey & Jon McGlaun. row (left to right) Coffin Allison, Kyleigh McKeever, Ashley Petty, Boston, Tamara Holland, Brady Jones, & Audrey Bennett. Front Cllnt Watson & Courtney Judd. To Receive Eagle Award , Scout Troop 433 is proud to announce four young men who will be 1994 at 7:O0 award goes to Louis Ellerbrook, Robert Bertrand, Wade and Scott Bivens. At Grm00 Clarendon Bronco aham- before the game from paring of the High School for a and all brownie, and your own cheese slice chair. Buy your ticket from a Bronco Parent for per plate or pay $3.50 per done may attend. There will be a minimum charge of $4.00. Call 874-3211 ifyou have questions. Texas Department of Health located in Clarendon at the Medi- cal Center have full time services available to our community. Well Child Clinic, including EPSDT screening, maternity services, fami- ly planning, immnniTtion linics, sexually transmitted diseases and HIV testings are available. Please call 874-3211 for an appointment. will be used to all Bronco athletes at the Banquet in May. Parents for a ect '97 Project 97" will be having a October 3, 1994 at 7:30 at JAMZ. It is important that be therel clothes, clothes. They : them at the First Baptist at 300 S. Bngbee will be open every Monday to 4 p.m. Please go be and get rid of the clothes. In of an emergency or other 874-3411 and the will try To Conducted Texas Department of will be conducting a screening on Septem- 1994 from 1. am. to 3.'00 at the First Babtist Church in Anyone wanting or ;their cholesterol screening MISS DUNCAN'S KINDERGARTEN CLASS dresses up as their favorite Nerse Rhyme Character on Friday, September 16,1994. 4th row (left to right) Shaunda Moody, Joshua Watts, Ben Kochlek, Desirae Row, Courlaey llamlin, Martin OHver, Shelby Watson, & Ethan MeAnear. 3rd row (left to right) Jeremy Jeffers, Jad Copelln, Ryu Brownlee, Terron McCampbell, Ben Smith. 2nd row (left to right) Kate Bennett, Katie Askew, Sherrell Carter, Brayden Bennett, Regan Lemley. 1st row (left to right) Brittany Kelly & Russell Guhm. Deadlines Aeyou interested in volunteer work within the community? The larendon EMS Association is looking for people who are willing and interested in working with the Ambulance Authority. The Clarendon EMS Association is a volunteer group of people who are interested in the welfare of the citizens of Donley County. They try to be dedicated to the people every time a call goes in for an ambulance to respond. They are looking for people with the same desire to serve. Their goal is to provide to this community the best care in the region. They are looking for people who are willing to help in this goal by helping during the daytime. The Association is in need of help during the day to help cover in the absence of personnel who have jobs that require them not to be able to respond during the day. If you are interested in helping you community, please contact and EMS personnel or leave your name and phone number at the Ambulance barn. If you are interested in certification, there are four levels of certifica- tion that yon can achieve. The first level is the ECA (Emergency Care Attendant) certification. This requires that you have a forty hour class of instruction on basic emergency medical care. The second is the EMT (Emergency Medical Technician). This certification requires one-hundred classroom hours, twenty hour in emergency room work and several am- bulance runs. The other two levels of certification are EMT-I (Emergency Medical Technician Intermediate) and Paramedic. The EMT-I is more in-depth study than the EMT, and the Paramedic is the highest level of training in the EMS. All of these levels of training are state tested through the Texas Department of Health. The Clarendon EMS Association and the Associated Ambulance Authority are looking for the people who care for this community and are willing to help. Ifyou are interested, the Clarendon EMS Association holds its monthly meeting of the third Thursday of each month. You are welcome to attend and present your ideas or become a member. If you wish to help, please leave your name and address at the ambulance barn during the hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or contact any EMS member. This is your service, let's make it proud and strong. Old Photas Needed The deadline for display ads, classified ads, and copy is at 5:00 p.m. on Mondays. No ads or copy ustm Dg into the attic and will be taken over the phone. A" - " into t ,,. " . - -lorgotten [rune. ttesurre I The deadline for photos is Fridays at 12:00 noon. I the old handed-down picture al- | No pictures will be accepted on Mondays. I bums and scrapbooks. - The Texas Historical Com- Craft Bazaar Planned Tbe Do00ey County Senior Citizens Center will host a Christmas in October Craft Bazaar at the Donley County Senior Citizens Center, 103 East 4th Street, Clarendon, Texas, on Saturday, October 8, 1994, from 9 am. til 5 p.m. The bazaar is open to the public and admission is free. A variety of handcrafted and donated items plus baked goods will be available for sale. Anyone interested in booth rental space can contact the Center for additional information at 806-874-2665. ANN BUNYAN, Pat McCombs and EUie Wilkerson working on Santa door stops for the Donley County Senior Citizens Christmas Bazaar on October 8th. Holy Spirit, and prayer for the sick. Pastor Robert Burns of First Assembly, Clarendon, invites the public to all of these special meet- Reun/on Set Revival Scheduled IrinSt Assembly of God Church Clarendon will begin Revival Services on Sunday, Sep- tember 25 in the regular morning (11:00 a.m.) and evening (6:00 p.m.) services. Evening services will be held Monday thru Friday, September 26-30, at 7:00 p.m. Mornin 8 praye meetings will be held daily at 10.00 am. Rev. Ken Jones from Cle2mrae, Texas will be the special speaker during the revival Bro. Jones has been the pastor of First Assembly in Clebume since 1977, during which the church there has experienced tremendous growth and revivaL His ministry will em- phasize the perum and work of the Notice Of Budget Hearing The City of Clarendon will hold a budget hearing on September 27,1994, at 7.<10 p.m. in the Board Room in City HaIL Fmatred Business of the Week by Shelley Tollgate weeks featured business is Clarendon Auto Supply, located at 114 S. Kearney. The store is owned and operated by Glen H. (Bud) Day, and his youngest daughter Glenda Day. Glenda is 23 years old, and she graduated from Clarendon High School in 1990. Bud has another daughter, Cindy Gunn, age 35. She lives in Midland, and has one son named Derek, age 5. Bud was born in Mexia, "I, and he came to Clarendon from Pampa, where he also owned and operated an Auto Supply Store. Bud has been in the Auto Parts business for 40 years, and has been here in Clarendon since September of 1973. The Clarendon Auto Supply not only offers friendly service, but they offer complete parts availability, speedy service, and automotive parts and supplies for cars, trucks, and tractor. Bud states, "We offer supe- rior sendce and knowledgel" Olenda adds, "Even if we don't have what you need, well order it, and get it here as soon as possible." quiring or copying historic photographs, documents, publica- tions, or ephemeral items relating to the history of the Texas State Cemetery in austin. Many of the cemetery's some 3,000 monuments, as well as the historic greenhouse and fountain, need repair and maintenance. Plans for restoration of the cemetery are now underway, and the THC is acting as a restora- tion advisor for the project. According to Lt. Gov. Bob Bullock, who referred to it as the Arlington National Cemetery of Texas, the State Cemetery should rank among Texas' most cherished landmarks, and the condition of its monuments and other elements should reflect its status. After a recent visit to the cemetery, Bul- lock called for the cemetery's res- toration, and directed numerous state agencies to oversee the work over several years. "Early photographs, docu- ments, and other materials would help make our research for a his- torically accurate restoration of the cemetery possible," said Gerron Hite, preservation architect with the THC. The materiah also may be used for an exluoit in a visitor center that is being planned for the 18-acre graveyard that dates to the mid-19th century. The Texas State Cemetery contains the graves and monu- .ments of many of Texas' greatest The 14th Annual Reunion of the present and former resi- dents of Chamberlain, Hudgins, and Windy Valley community and schools will be held Sunday, Oc- tober 9, 1994 at the Clarendon Community Building in Clarendon, Tens. Registration will begin at 9:30 a.m. Table service, bread, drink and ice will be furnished for a 12:30 pot-luck lunch. Bring a covered dish and plan on spending the day visiting, with friends and neighbors. military leaders, pioneers, govern- ment officials, educators, and literary figures who contributed to the growth and history of Texas. The graves and monuments of Stephen F. Austin, Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston, William Alexander Anderson "Bigfoot" Wallace, and folklorist J. Frank Anyone who possesses photographs, documents, or infer- marion relating to the Texas State Cemetery is encouraged to contact Gerron Hite, THC, P.O. Box 12276, Austin, "Ix 78711-2276, or call 512-463-6214. , Autumn Merchants Carnival Set Each merchant is invited to participate in front of their location, or they can set up anywhere on main street. Mer- chants can wear costumes if desired. The publicis invited to join the fun on October from 5-7. It is time to start thinking about the 4th Annual Parade of Lights. They ask that every business, resident, and organization think about putting up lights. These lights can be pur- chased at Henson's. Also, just a reminder that annual dues for all merchant members are due by Oc- tober 1st. Polo Booster Shirts For Sale Clarendon Band Boosters are selling Polo Booster shirts for $12..50, if you are interested in one please contact Julie James at 874- 2776 or Annette Osburn at 874- 2753. FF, ATI]RED BUSINESS OF THE WEEK, Clarendon Auto Supply