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94.7O4O i)li "Oldest thriving town in the Panhandlel" ISSN 10488176 Thursday, September 29, 1994 50 Vol 5, Number 39 ELLERBROOK ROBERTBERTRAND Beat Deer Clarendon Broncos White Deer, Friday, 23, and beat them by a 40-20 for their first win of season. Lorenzo Moore for 332 yards and two lead Clarendon to Moore scored Clarendons It touchdown in the first by returning a kickoff 81 (Ebony Butler kick was the score 7-0. White to score a 62 yard point to tie at 7-7. , Williams Of rU failed) to make the ore at uarter, Claren- | 13 - White Deer 7. White Deer came back with theextra to go ahead of the Broncos Robert Taylor, quarter- made a 15 yard touchdown Lorenzo Moore ran the 2 in to make the score 21-14 of the Broncos at half- Vae Broncos came back in on a 25 yard run (kick to bring the Broncos in at Cud of the third quarter 27-14. the fourth quarter, White 'scored on a five yard run (kicked failed). The Bronco's Roy Williams made a 4 yard touchdown (kicked failed), and Lorenzo Moore ran 79 yards for the fina'l touchdown, (kick by Butler good), for the final Bronco score. The Broncos played a great defensive and offensive game as can be seen by the score. They held White Deer to 9 first downs in comparison to Clarendon's 18. White Deer had 80 yards rushing and 265 yards passing for a total of 345 yards gained. Clarendon had 447 yards rushing and 17 yards passing for a total of 465 yards. Final Score was: Clarendon ..................... 40 White Deer .................... 20 The Broncos travel to Sun- ray this Friday, game time will be 8. p.m.. Let's all sai.ort the Broncosl .... P-roj00t '97 Meetmg Scheduled "Project 97' will be having a meeting October 3, 1994 at 7:30 p.m. at JAMZ. It is important that all parents and kids be therel Polo Booster Shirts For Sale fqarendon 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. Bazaar P/armed Donley County Senior Citizens Center will host a Christmas in Craft Bazaar at the Donley County Senior Citizens Center, Clarendon, Terns, on Saturday, October 8,1994, from open to the public and admism'on is free. A md donated items plus baked goods will be available interested in booth rental space can contact the Center 806-874-2665. L/brat/an @ The pubfic is invited to attend a reception tea on Friady, 30, 1994, from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. at Burton honoring Man/ Bills who is retiring as City Evewone is invited to and join in by expressing for the concern that Mary Unn bas community. Set will serve break- from 7 a.m. to in the V.EW. Hall on high- _ZSL The public is invited Meetings forClaren- 4,1994at WADE JAMES SCOTr BIVENS Extended CRP Grazing Period The State ASC Committee has authorized an extension of the CRP period for Doniey County. This extension is for the period October I through November 30, 1994. Drew Thornberry, Donley County CED said, producers who are currently approved may continue to graze those acres until November 30, 1994 at no additional charge. Producers who will graze CRP acreage for the first time after September 30, 1994, must meet the 40 percent loss requirement on hay and pasture. This grazing must be used to maintain their own livestock or may be sold only to an approved livestock producer in an approved county. The CRP owner must also prepay eight percent of the CRP- 1 annual per acre rental rate times the acres to be grazed. Acreage that has been hayed cannot now be grazed & there is no extension for CRP grazing should apply in person to the ASCS office. No grazing is permitted without prior USDA approval Four Scouts Receive Eagle Award Fur young men, Scott Bivens, Robert Bertrand, Louis Ellerbrook, and Wade James received the highest rank in Boy Scouting, The Eagle Award, on Saturday, September 24, 1994, at a banquet held in the College Barefield Building. Approximately 130 people attended to honor these boys. The banquet was hosted by Troop 433. All speakers were Past Eagle recipients. Staff Sergeant Terry Putman was flown in from Kirtland A.F. Base in Albuquerque, N.M. to speak to the boys. Appreciation certificates were presented to Jem Simmons, Gene Alderson, Sue Dunagen, Delbert Robertson, Terry Putman and James Owens for extra service given outside the scout meeting and behind the scenes. Hedley Cotton Festival Set The Hedley Lions Club will sponsor the 43rd Annual Cotton Festival on October 7th & 8th, 1994. The main activities October 7th include live music. Saturday Kicks offwith breakfast, 11:30 am. barbecue, 1:30 pjn. parade, class reunions at 3.'00 p.m., 7:00 p.m. Queen Coronation, followed by a Country-Western Dance. There will be various activities throughout the day. The festival is open to the public and admission is free. Call 856- 5481 for more informa- tion. Volunteers Needed Aou interested in volunteer work within the community? The endon EMS Association is looking for people who are willing and interested in working with the Am__bulance Authority. The Clarendon EMS Association is a volunteer group of people who are interested in the welfare of the c/tizens of Douley 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 duriug the day to help cover in the absence of penound who have jobs that  them not to be able m 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 you can achieve. The first level is the ECA (Emergency Care Attendant) certification. Thisrequires that you have a forty hour class of instruction on basic emergency medical care. The second is the EMT (Emergency Medical T.). This certification requires one-hundred classroom hours, twenty hour m emergency room work and several am- bulance runs. The other two levels of certification are EMT-I (Emergea Medical Technician Intermediate) and Paramedic. The EMT-I is more in-depth study than the EMT, and the Paramedic is the highest level of trainin8 in the EMS. All of these levels of training are state tested throng h the Texas Department of Health. The Clarendon EMS Association and the Associj.ted Ambulance Authority are looking for the people who care for this community and are willing to help. If you are interested, the Clarendon EM._S Assodation hold8 its monthly meefi of the third Thunglay of each moath. You are wekome to attend and present your ideas or bemme a member. If you wish to help, please leave your name and address at the ambulance barn din.in8 the hour s of 9 am. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or contact any EMS member. This is your service, let's make it proud and strong, (L-R) Top- Claudia (Germany), PMllpp "Two-Stone" (Germany), Madelelae (Leaden), Jack 01eltand), Scott (Callforala), Peter (Swltser- tad), Hanaes (Aestrla), ha (Terkey). Bottom- AmJa (Germany), Torstea (Germany), Martimm (Germany), Car- man (Switzerlud). what parents can expect from sports injuries. The program for November will be presented by SuFrann Bass and the 1st grade students. The program for December will be presented by Joburta Helms and the 3rd and 4th grade students. and Bob Kidd, even though he's rethed. The station is still hanging on to the past with the old- fashioned full service. Along with the friendly atmosphere, they fix flats, do minor Clothes Available Clothes, clothes, clothes. They have them at the First Baptist Church, at 3OO S. Bugbee They will be open every Monday from 2 to 4p.m. Please gobe and help them get rid of the clothes. In case of an emergency or other needs call 874-3411 and the will try to help you. The Bronco Parents will have a meeting at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, October 1st at the Dairy Queen. Notice LpaSt Wednesday, around 4:00 .m., you might have seen several p nfnrnillar faces shopping in the Grocery Store. Well, the reason for this may be that the visitors were from other countriesl Recently, Suntrek Travel Agency in California organized and planned a vacation in which they would travel from New York to San Francisco in three weeks. There are 11 passengers, and, their leader Scott, which is from California. They come from various places, including Germany, London, Holland, Turkey, and Switzerland. The travelers were passing through Clarendon, and stopped by to get something to eat at the Grocery Store, while on their way to Amarillo where they will camp out. They have already traveled through Philadelphia, Washington, West Virginia, Nashville, and New Orleans. Madeleine states, "We went water-rafting in West Vir, audit was alot of fun. Ther, m so much variation here, and I like it a lot. The people are so friendly, ua in Ea0a" Peter states, "We love the tober 1st. They travel about 500 miles a day, and although they may be tired, they still are looking for- ward to the many things they will soon be seelng Scott stated, "Thls is the best job in the world, and these guys are the greatestl" Feam00 Busine00 of the Week by Shelley Toate w00ks featured business is Kidd Texaco, located off Highway 287 and Jefferson. The station has been a family businem for almost 40 years. Doug and his father were partners from 1980 until Bob's retirement in 1991. Dong and Nancy, now owners and operators, have been married for 12 yearL They have three &ildrea, Aaron age 11, Addee  9, and Aundda age  They  help from J'mmy Hutso BObl gldd, 7:00 p.m. in the High School states, they are all so nicel" car repairs, and offer oil dmuges. |adsm'el@,wlllhetalumevm.| ^u00torium. The priam be Travelers Pass His wife Carmen stated, Nancystates,. . -- ,---. printed by Todd Bo.ma00 Mr. Through Town "Everything is very huge here, the poople with a friendly smile and courteous service." I is Fridays .at 12.0 noon. No l Bouman is the clinical manager of there is hardly anyone around, and Doug states, "We appre_ate ] Pictures will be  onl High Plains Sports Medicine. He it's very quietl" all of our customers and hope that will be explaining the services the by SheUey Tongate The group is headed to Las we can amtinne to meet all their - ! clinic provides for our athlete.s and Vegas, and should arrive there Oc- needsl"