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, September 29, 1994 /i COUNTY SENIOR CITIZENS Bazzar, October 8 from 9 a.m., Call be served, Stew, cornbread, & Cobbler for $2.50 from 1tl lpJn. Cornelius Bell services for Shelby Cornelius Bell, age 78, were at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, 28, 1994 in Robertson of Memories with Rev. Pastor of the Mar- Catholic Priest from officiating, Interment Citizens Cemetery with ar- by Robertson Funeral Inc. Mr. Bell died at 12:10 a.m. on 1994 athis a lengthy illness. He was born 26, 1916 in Haskell, and lived in Estelline for 2 and San Jan, New Mexico for moving to Clarendon r 50 years ago. He married Betty May 9, 1943 at Amaril- had worked at the Mooney Company and then as an , before establishing Shel- Bell Real Estate Agency over ago. He was in the US Veteran of World was station in in the Aleutian Islands. He a member of the Clarendon Post #7782 and had served years as the County Red Cross and was a County Proba- Officer for 12 years. He had been active in various other over the years. Survivors include his wife, 1 Bell of Clarendon; five sons, Bell of Lubbock, Richard of the Woodlands, Robert Bell Stephen Bell of Den- Colorado, Jack Bell of Lub- three sisters, Alpha Howard Jean Bain of Sunray, Holland of Plainview; and Casket bearers were Walter Donnie Bell, Kenneth Bell, Burle Owens, Merle and Monte Carl Bell, all of Mr. BelL The family request be to the American eer Society or Citizens Association. Ella Roberta Bnmson raveside services for Mrs. Roberta Brunson, age at 2:00 p.m. on Men- September 26, 1994 in Claude , with Rev. Buddy Payne, of the First United Church in Claude, of- . Interment was in Claude by Robertson Funeral Inc. of Clarendon. Mrs. Brunson died at 7:00 Date HI Lo Prec. 19 91 52 20 88 52 21 92 54 22 88 46.08 23 68 44 24 80 43 74 40 1.54 14.72 p.m. on Friday, September 23,1994 at Family Hospital in Amarillo fol- lowing a short illness. She was born August 15, 1911 in Claude and had been a lifelong resident of Claude and Armstrong County. She mar- ried Charles Brunson on August 21,1932 at Clovis, New Mexico and he preceded her in death on July 22, 1987. She was a homemaker. Survivors include one daughter, Martha Watts of Amaril- lo; two sons, Tommy Brunson of Amarillo, Hayden Brunson of Claude; two brothers, Raymond Bagwell of Claude, Eugene Bag- well of Amarillo; four grandchildren, Dan Brunson of Fort Worth, Brenda Hendricks of Amarillo, Joe Brunson of Dumas, Amanda Watts of Amarillo; and one great grandson, John Brunson of Dumas. The family requests that memorials be to the Claude Cemetery Association, Claude, Texas 79019. Margaret Ellse Crocker Williams Margaret Elise Williams, 85, of San Angelo died at her residence Saturday, September 24, '1994. ....... .............. Service#  be at 2.-00 p.m., Tuesday, September 27 in Johnson's Funeral Home Chapel, officiated by Stanley Lockhart and Mike Zuniga. Burtalwill followin Fairmount Cemetery. Johnson's Funeral Home is handling arran- gements. bt (lattUbU ftW Senior Citizens News Donnie Elliot donated garden fresh blackeyed peas, tomatoes, and cantaloupes. They really enjoyed them. They still have some booths available for rent for the Center's Christmas in October Bazaar on October 8, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Rental is $10.00. They are going to serve stew, cornbread, cobbler, and tea or coffee for lunch from 11 a.m. to I p.m. Cost for lunch will be $2.50. They are still accepting donations of hand crafted items to selL All proceeds from the sale and booth rental will go to benefit the Donley County Senior Citizens Center. Admission is free. They are still selling chances on a beautiful christmas centerpiece. Tickets are $1.00 each or 6 tickets for $5.00. They had a fun time playing bingo last Tuesday. Mike Suffer is a great caller. They will play again October 18, 1994 at 6:30 p.m. Bill Hedges drove a group to the Tri-State Fair September 20th, for Senior Citizens Day. They have had three staff birthdays this month. Billi Taylor's birthday was September 11, Ricci Tunnell's was September 21 and Margie Suiter's was September 23. They are not telling anyone's age but the total of all three was 1521 They want to remind all the RSVP volunteers about the RSVP banquet in Amarillo, October 9, at 1:30 p.m. They will be taking the Center's Van. They are encouraging Donley County residents 55 years and older to buy their DCSC membership so they can vote in the November board of directors election. Memberships for 1995 are still only $1.00. Margaret Williams was a member of the Johnson Street Church of Christ. Shewas a school teacher, having taught for many years at Glenmore Elementary. After she retired from public schools she taught at a mission school in Malawi, Africa. Survivors are three sons, Dr. Lyal Gordan Williams of Hous- ton, Ralph Eugene Williams of Ir- vine, and Robert Williams of Clarendon; one daughter, Vida Lois Killam of San Angelo; ten grandchildren, five great- grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Pall bearers will be Norman Williams, Evan Williams, Don Killam, Dennis Durham, Inn Shel- burne, David Gonzales, Royce Blankenship, and Dan Eaton. The family requests that memorials be to Hospice of San Angelo, Johnson Street Church of Christ, or the American Cancer Society. Go Broncos! BUTCHER CHEVRON & DETAIL SHOP Convenience Store (Formerly EXXON) O/qtlel'S cDann,  a.e utch,r Hwy. 287 West Clarendon, Texas Bus: (806) 874-2810 Home: (806) 874-2363 See the exciting me, vies everyone's talking about... China Moon Trading Morn Being Human Nightmare Before Christmas Ambulance Seuenth Floor Report 9-13-94: Micheal Turtle, transported to St. Anthonys Hospital, medical 9-14-94: Jimmie Berrie, transported to Hall Co., Hospital back to residence, medical 00tavenhagen Video 220 Kearney 874-5081 9-15-94: Kalli Sawyer, no transport, trauma 9-15-94: Ann Hommel, transported to Hall Co., Hospital, medical 9-16-94: Adriann Hampton, transported to Gilkey Clinic, medical 9-16-94: Neida Cobb, transported to HPBH, medical 9-20-94: Mary Combs, transported to Hall County Hospi- tal, medical 9-21-94: Bobbie Franklin, transported to Hall Co., Hospital, medical 9-22-94: Standby Football Game, Clarendon 9-23-94: Standby Football Game, Clarendon 9-24-94: Billy Sims, transported to V.A.Hospital, medical 9-24-94: Ernest Kent, transported to HPBH, medical Page 3 Happy 18th Birthday! Bobble Floyd Home Phone 874.3374 Poor Boys Antiques Box 1168 Phone 806-8742233 Clarendon, (Downtown), Teus 79226 Antiques & Collectibles Consignments Welcome Portraits" |v northern isles* NEWARRIVAL AT The Nook Clarendon, "Ix Hours: 9- 5:30 p.m. Mort. -Sat. Lay Ays Welcomedl A little loan can make a BIG difference " I to a small bus,ness. When a small business needs a new computer or .an addi- tional piece of equipment, a small loan can be a b,g 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 BRnH;TRusT