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September 22, 1994 Bernice Othelia Thompson Funeral services for Mrs. Othelia Thompson, age Were held at 11:00 a.m. on September 19, 1994 in Chapel of Memories Rev. Lawrence Thompson, of the United Pentecostal in Shamrock, officiating. =rment was in Citizens with arrangements the direction of Robertson Directors, Inc. Mrs. Thompson died at 7:00 on Friday, September 16, in Medical Center Nursing following a short illness. was born May 21, 1901 in Oklahoma and came Gainesville to Clarendon in She married Oscar Henry ovember 19, 1921 Oklahoma and he her in death on May 8, She was also preceded in a daughter, Opal Dennis and by a son, Norman in April 1993. She was and a member of the Church. Survivors include two Florene Elliott of Texas, Thelma Lewis of Texas; one son, O.C. of Amarillo, Texas; Maggie Means of Ok- qna City, Oklahoma; 17 ; 54 great and 28 great great Grandsons of Mrs. )son served as casket Mark Shults Senior Citizens Menu September 22-28 Thursday: Chicken Glaziers w/BBQ Sauce, Onion Rings, Potato Salad, Coleslaw, Apricots, Texas Toast, Coffee, Tea, Milk Friday: Lasagna, Green Beans, Corn, Tossed Salad, Tropical Fruit, Garlic Bread, Coffee, Tea, Milk Monday:. Sweet & Sour Pork Chops, Au Gratin Potatoes, Peas & Carrots, Waldorf Salad, Pastries, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Milk Tuesday'. Chicken Fried Steak w/Gravy, Har- vard Beets, Blackeyed Peas, Jello Cubes, Orange Sunrise, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Milk Wednesday:. B ut t er- milk Chicken, Rice Pilaf, Broccoli Spears, Rosy Ap- plesauce, Cheesecake, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Milk Address Given Anyone who has not written to Lovie Taylor, but would like to do so, here is her address. Lovie Taylor %Dupree Linsteadt, R.R. 3 Box 609, Denison, Texas 75020. Senior Citizens News Funeral services for William Shults, age 77, were held at on Tuesday, September in Robertson Chapel Of Rev. truman Led: Pastor of the First Baptist officiating. Interment was Cemetery in Hedley with under the direction Funeral Directors, Mr. Shults died at 9:50 a.m. September 11, 1994 at residence following illness. He was born i0, 1917 in Childress and from Kress to Clarendon 34 ago. He married Zelma Mae on February 8, 1940 at she preceded him in September 18, 1984. He Worked most of his life as a and a rancher before his a Baptist. Survivors include one Sarah McCrary of three sons, Bill Shults of New Mexico, James of Campo, Colorado, Don of Clarendon; one brother, Shults of Clarendon; 12 ; and 14 great preceded in by three brothers, Martin Herman Shnlts. and J.D. and two sisters Clara and Ogetha Shults of Casket bearers were Jerry Daryl Montgomery, Havens, San Thompson, Swearingen, and Bill Rus- F00ysk people attended the August Birthday/Anniversary Supper, August 30. Kimberly Quality Care brought a giant-sized platter of fried chicken to go with their "pot luck". Entertainers were Maebelle and John Francis (Grammy and Pop), Janice Hill, and Oleta and Louis Randall from Silverton. Ilene Davidson, Alvin Hicks, and Melville Mills were recognized for having August birthdays. Mary Lee and Lacy Noble had an August anniversary. Bill Hodges won the door prize of a week of free meals from the Center. Betty Thomas donated a decorated western key chain which was won by a gues s Oleta Randall. Four lucky people won gift certificated for country baskets given away by the Dairy Queen. They were: Gertrude Reid, Jean Baten, Verdie Tipton, and Pauline Jones. Volunteers for the month of August were: Jean Baten, Ann Bunyan, Clara Mac Carter, Helena Catee, Anna Gay Ceniceros, Jan Campbell, Gloria Gage, Sharon Grady, Avos Henderson, Bill and Judy Hodges, Starlene Lindsey, Bill and Nita Meador, Pat MeCombs, Charles Penix, Fred Riley, Thelma Rudder, Mike and Marge Suiter, Sharon Thomas, Freida Tucker, Ricci Tunnell, Eda Wallin, Amanda Ward, and Karen Wortham. They are working hard to get ready for their Chrisrm* BaTaar which will be on October 8th, at the Doniey County Senior Citizens Center from 9 am. to 5 p.m. They already have lots of hand crafted items to sale. They are going to serve stew, cornbread, and cobbler for lunch from 11 a.m. til 1 p.m. Admission to the bazaar is free. They want to invite the public to go by the Center to see the beautiful Christmas centerpiece that Eda Wallin and her daughter, Vida made and donated for a fund raiser. They are selling tickets for $1.00 each or 6 tickets The Children of W.O. Elllott lnvlte relatives and friends to help celebrate his 90th birthday on Sunday, September 25, from 2-4 p.m. at his home in Claude, 409 Wilson. for $5.00. They will give the centerpiece away on November 23, 1994. August Memorials: In Memory Of Ela Mac Trout by Linda Hatton and the Clarendon Firebells; In Memory Of Denuis Harrison by the Senior Citizens Dance Club; In Memory Of John Reek by the Senior Citizens Dance Club; In Memory Of Edna Johnson by Onita Thomas and Lee Caskey; In Memory Of Nan Jones by Lee Caskey and the Senior Citizens Dance Club. August Facility Use: Senior Oitizena Dance Club, Weight Watchers, the Eden Family Reunion, and Brenda McConnell (Wedding Reception). Reminders: Thursday, September 22, Craft Workshop 1 p.m.; Mon- day, September 26, Senior Citizens Dance Club Dance 7-9 p.m.; Tuesday, Date Hi Lo Prec. 12 88 61 13 89 63 14 89 65 15 90 63.68 16 85 59 17 83 52 18 88 52 For Month 1.43 14.64 No Gifts, please. BUTCHER CHEVRON & DETAIL SHOP Convenience Store (Formerly EXXON) OWIlePS (Dann & ane tnutcher Hwy. 287 West Clarendon, Texas Page 3 September 27, Birthday/Anniversary Pot Luck Supper, 6 p.m. 104 S. Kearney W el" SLIM SIDES DOUBLE S TV & VCR REPAIR P.O. Box 750 Clarendon, Tx. 79226 Ph. (806) 874-5081 ,..c,'..= - ""." - -----'-'-,. LET ME BE YOUR II a! Mary Kay Consultant t P FREE FacialAt Your Convenience ^." Skin Care Products, Cosmetics, Nail Care & Fragrances Great for Birthdays 8 & Special Occassions Contact: " ? Helen Graham 874-5198 ) All Products in Stock! -,c Visa & Mastercard Accepted _ h Why should I worry?. Greenbelt Cleaners can handle it! Bus: (806) 874-2810 Home: (806) 874-2363 I ...... Clarendon Office Supply , I A Full Line Of Office Supplies  I _.1.-----Wedding Invitations & Thank You Cards l  Offset & Letter Press Printing  l 1 Clarendon, Texas) Clearance This Week Only One Group 75% Off 874-3335 The N00ok 208 S. Keamey Clarendon Loans for Small Businesses The First Bank and Trust is committed to our community. That in- cludes the small businesses that are the backbone of our local economy. Businesses have come to the First Bank and Trust for years. And for years we have worked together to build sound enterprises. Businessmen and businesswomen have taken out loans for new facilities. They have enlarged their inventory and branched out into more profitable areas. And the First Bank was there to help. But the bank has provided other valuable help as well. Loan officers have offered informal counseling that sharpened merchants' competi- tive skills. Bank people have suggested additional markets and other possible opportunities. The bank is still committed to helping businesses grow, for as such businesses grow, they create new jobs, they bringnew money into our community and ultimately they benefit all of us. BRnH 00TRUST OF CLARENDON