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947O4O "Oldest thriving town in the Panhandle!" 50 ISSN 1048-8170. Thursday, October 6, 1994 Vol 5, Number 40 Graduates irman 1st Class Dorcas E. Osburn has graduated from Air Force basic at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. During the six weeks of training the airman studied the Air Force organization and customs and received special training in human In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Osburn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B.B. Osburn of Clarendon, She is a 1993 graduate of Clarendon High School. Meeting Announced ' formed Clarendon writers' group will hold its second meet- hag Thursday, October 6, at 7 p.m. in Burton Memorial Library. Hughes will present the program, "More Power! Tools In addition to serving as the Librarian for Clarendon College, mblishing os special interest books and is a published The meeting is open to everyone interested in writing, of any genre, :supporting the creative spirit in writers. An official name for this eclectic group is being considered, and the Thursday night meeting may offer suggestions. Other will include discussion of future projects, and by-laws. For more information, contact Connee McAnear at 3242. Given following students have listed on the "A" Roll for the first six week Morgan, Lashonda Smith, Robert Williams; Senior.Elizabeth Bar- bee, Jason Dunn, Donny Howard, Kelly Laxson, Lisa Laxson, Thomas Lindley, Monte Mc- Anear, Donita Phillips, Michael Shults, Shelley Tongate. JBter mgh Sixth Grade:. Lauren Ben- Nickless Devin, David Hall, Hartman, Samuel Holton, Kidd, Summer Mc- DbeU, Courtney Newhouse, Shelton, Elizabeth Sim- Seventh Grade: Nikilia Catherine Chamberlain, Josiah Scott, William Eighth Grade:Tracy Jodie I-Iarlan, Tiffanie Susan Rattan, Derek Amanda Sinclair, Mark Broncos play Memphis, Oct. 7, at Memphis, game time is 7:30 p.m. High School Freshman Walker Mc- Sophomore: Scott Bivens, Burrow, Nathan Koontz; Jarrod Jeffers, Amy Senlor:.Sabrina Bur- Le Jan, Michael Jennifer Simpson, Ward, Kimberly Wooten. The Following Students been listed on the "AB" Roll for the first six week Sixth Grade:Dale Askew, Curry, Benjamin Floyd, Rhorry King, Lane, David, Lane, Gregory Shanon Martin, Timothy Jessica McMahan, Dedra Stevens, Kevin Jamie Watson, Joshua Seventh Grade: Thomas Kara Barker, Amanda Nolan Burrow, Zachary Carol Choate, Melinda Kala Holland, Aaron Jef- Christopher Linquist, Shane Hunter Spier, Bryan Tur- Latonya Wilson, Brandon Grade:.Kimberlen Kirsten Bertrand, Ellis, Lindsay Green, Hardy, Jill Hicks, Raymond Paula Jackson, Blake Os- Charles Owens, Nathan Stephanie Smith, Donald Blake Bass, Leitha Craw- Clarendon High School Freshman.Jason Archuleta, IAshcraft, Kathy Bryley, Sabra bell, Pati Ceniceros, Ford, Mary Hoggatt, Lumpkin, Jimmy McAnear, Roberts, Marian Scale, Shelley, Clarissa Smith, Tamplen, Benjamin Vor- Christina Wootten; Robert Bertrand, Brock, Darcy Cams, Chris- Chamberlain, Kyle Davis, Floyd, James Hoggatt, Knorpp, C'Rlalli Menchaca, Moore, Jennifer Parker, Shields, Tangelia Smith, Vorheis, Meredith Watson, Williams; Junion Jeremy Aaron Ashcraft, Mark Louis Etlerhrook, Kris- Jennifer Jackson, Clayton Lewis, Brandi HOLLY HUTSON :;: ...... DORCAS OSBURN Immuni00n Cfinic Offered A52,velmm00a00tion offering vaccines that give protection against ral childhood diseases is scheduled to be held in Clarendon, October 17, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Texas Department of Health Office, located in the Medical Center on Hwy 70 North. Protection is against polio, diphtheria, lock jaw (tetanus), whooping cough (pertussis), measles, Rubella, mumps, and HIB (Haemophilus In- fluenzae Type B). The Texas Department of Health is charging money to help with the cost of keeping the clinic open. The amount of money charged will be based on family income and size, and the ability to pay. Hutson Competed National Olympics On August 6, 1994, Holly Hut- son of Vanderbilt, Texas competed in the AAU (Amateur Athletic Union) National Junior Olympics at Palm Bay High School in Melbourne, Florida. Repre- nting the Meridian Track Club, oily competed in the Inter- mediate Girls 3000 meter racewalk. She placed 7thin the National com- petition which included athletes Education Series To Be On Cable Clarendon Public Schools will be presenting a series of educational programs on the local television cable channel (Channel 8). This series will address what our schools and students must focus on in order to be successful in our increasingly technological and information-based society. Dr. Willard Daggett, director of the International Center for International Center for Leadership in Education, will host this series of tapes. Dr. Dagger provides this valuable information in a very interesting format for the viewer. Phil Barefield, school Superintendent, encourages all of the citizens of the Clarendon community to view this series. "Having heard Dr. Daggett speak on two different occasions, I strongly recommend that all of the citizens of Clarendon view this series." Barefield commented. "Dr. Daggett is one of the most interesting speakers I have ever heard. He provides information that educates all of us about the challenges that are before us. Try to catch the first tape on the cable and I think you will definitely want to see the rest of the series." Each tape in the series will be broadcast two times during the week: Mondays at 1:30 p.m. and Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. The programs will vary in length. A calendar of the series is listed belnw" TITLE OF PROGRAM DA_TE lIME World-Class Standards: America's Challenge Oct. 10 1:30 PM 60 Minutes Oct, 11 TOO PM Preparing Students for the 1990's Oct, 17 1:30 PM 50 Minutes Oct. 18 7:00 PM Elementary/Middle School Presentation High School Aweness Presentation OCt. 24 1:30 PM 36 Minutes Oct 25 OCt. 31 1:30 PM 32 Minutes Nov. I 7:00 PM An International Perspenetive on Standards Nov. 7 1:30 PM Nov. 8 7:00 PM 70 Minutes Preparing Students for the Changing Workplace Nov. 14 ! :30 PM 75 Minutes Nov. 15 7:00 PM In the first program, " World-class Standards: America's Chal- lenge", Dr. Daggett presents the status of American schools using three different criteria. Through a multi-year study od American standardized tests, he shows that despite media hype to the contrary, American students in 1993 are actually doing better than previous generations of students. Compared to international standards, however, Dr. Daggett shows how and why American students are falling further behind every year. Finally, he explains why the student performance is reaching crisis proportions when compared to the skills needed in our increasingly technological and information-based society. This program is designed for parents and the general public. It is approximately 60 minutes in length. Ex-Students Plan Reunion The la me Ex-Students will hold a reunion, Saturday, October 8, 1994 at the Bairfield Building on the Clarendon College Campus. Registration will begin at 10:00 a.m. On Friday night, October 7th, there will be a get together for everyone who would like to atttend at the Community Center on N. Ayers Street beginning at 7 p.m. This is just a time to visit with friends and classmates. Jr. High Perfect Attendance Report Sixth Grade: Dale Askew, Lauren Bennett, Geraldine Butler, Latsha Caner, Jamie Curry, Travis Davis, Nickless Devin, Nathan Floyd, David Hall, Jared Hartman, samual Holton, Louie Jaramitlo, Mary Jaramillo, Nathan Jaramillo, Christopher Johnsen, Sarah Kidd, Rhony King, Dane Lane, David Lane, Gregory Leeper, Amanda Lorenz, Shan- non Martin, Tyler Martin, G Martindale, Aron Mays, Summer Mc,- Campbell, Michael McFarland, Timothy McKinney, Jessica McMahan, Tessa Moffett, Courtney Newhouse, Randy Sanchez, Lindsey Shelton, Elizabeth Simmons, Eric Smith, Dedra Stevens, Christina Terrell, Kevin Thompson, Jeremy Tunnell, Jamie Watson, Joshua Williams, Timothy Worthham. Seventh Grade: Thomas Barbee, Kara Barker, Nolan Burrow, Zack- ery Butts, Nikilia Caners, Stacey Ceniceros, Catherine Chamberlain, Carol Choate, Noel Devin, Jennifer Easter, Jeffery Hearn, Mellnda Helms, Stephanie Hobbs, Kala Holland, Aaron Jeffers, Christopher lAn- quist, Janiah Mondragon, Fldel Rodriguez, America Santos, Josiah Scott, Ryan Seale, Cael Shields, Hunter Spier, William Thornberry, Bryan Tur- vaville, Benjamin Wilson, Latonya Wilson, Brandon Word. Eighth Grade: Kimberlen Alexander, Taylor Bass, Kirsten Bertrand, Kenneth Booth, Robert Caramichael, Daniel Edwards, Lakeena Ellis, Jerry Hardy, Cindy Hearn, Shanna Herndon, Jill Hicks, Tiffanie Holland, Ramond HollandMark Howard, Paula Jackson, Steve Jaramillo, Bridgette Leeper, Asia Maxey, Blake Osburn, Charle Owens, Susan Rattan, Wesley Ritchie, David Sanchez, Nathan Sears, Derek Shields, Amanda Sinclair, Stephanie Smith, Donald Sparks, Timothy Tunnell, Eduardo Vaquera, Gerardo Vaquera, Andy Vela. Loan Funds Available The Farmers Home Ad- mlnitration has loan funds to help members of socially disad- vantaged groups, including minorities, buy land for farming or operate farms in Armstrong, Don- ley, and Collingsworth counties, Jacqueline E. Morgan, FmHA County Supervisor, said today. Under this program enacted by Congress, socially disad- vantaged population groups are Hispanics, Native Americans, African Americans, Asians and Pacific Islanders. FmHA tries to find members of those groups who are interested in farming and can qualify for an FmHA farm ownership loan. The agency can sell or lease to those who are eligible a farm held in its inventory or make a loan for pur- chase of land on the open market, Morgan said. FmHA can also provide other loan assistance, including operating loans, and advice, if needed, to help the borrower get started. People who think theymaybe eligible, whether they already are in farming or would like to become farmers, are urged to contact the Farmers Home Administration county office in their area. Open House Planned panhandle Health Services has planned an open house, Priday, October 7, 1994 at 219 W. 2rid street in Clarendon between 10:00 am. and 2:00 p.m. from 50 states. Hoilyis a 15 year old sophomore honor student at In- Featured Business of the Week dustrial High Sclmol in Vanderbilt, Texas. She is active in volleyball, basketball, varsity track, student Council, Fellowship of Christian Athlete, Band, and Theater. Hotly is also active in the youth group of Vanderbilts Baptist Church. Ac- companying Holly to Florida was her grandmother Opal Messer of Clarendon, brother John Mark and parents Jack and Katrina Hutson of VanderbiR, Texas. Florida sunshine and Atlan- tic beaches provided many hours of relaxation for everyone. Other points of interest also enjoyed were Walt Disney World's Epcot Cen- ter, MGM Studios and Magic langdom. Bonfire Scheduled by Shelley Tongate wks featured business is Eads Purniture & Appliance, located at 214 S. Kearney. The store is owned and operated by Eddy and Holly Eads, with the help of Jack and Genella Fads, both recently retired. Eddy and Holly have been married a little over a year, and they have four children. Lindsey, age 14, is a freshman at Clarendon High SchooL Gar- rett, age 12, is a seventh grader at Clarendon Junior High. Lacey, age 9, is in the third grade, and Jon, age 5 is in Kindergarten, Eddy purchased the store from Rabbit and Shirley Osburn in 1986, after working for him for several years. Eddy was born and raised in Clarendon, and he wanted to raise his children here also. Eddy is factory trained and authorized to service Whirlpool KitchenAld and Roper. Besides appliances, they offer a full-line of RCA  a large selection of floor covering, and a large inw.ntory of furniture and quality bed, i Eddy states, "We have new merchandise arriving daily and we would like to invite everyone to come by and check it out. The people of Clarendon have been very supportive of us and we hope to continue to serve them for many years to come!" Aw/l Bronco fans a bon- be held at 8:30-9:.15 on October 6 at Ronnie McAnear's farm. CHS band and cheerleaders will be performing at the bonfire. Clarendon Volunteer Fire Depart- ment will start and stop the blaze. Don't miss the surprise at 8:30. This is the district kick off so come and show your support. Meeting Scheduled The Clarendon Archaeologi- cal Society will meet Tuesday, October 11, at 7 p.m. in the City Lary. Guest speaker will be Ferol Shelton, the well known Donley County Rancher, who has had a life long interest in Paleontology and Anthropology. The public is cordially invited to attend. BUSINESS OF THE WEEK, Fads Furniture & Appliance