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Page 2 Meals Promoted Robert Irvin Mears, son of Rosa Mears of Clarendon, and a 1967 graduate of Clarendon High School, was recently named Principal of Dcnison High School. Denison, located about 70 miles north of Dallas has a population of 23,000. The high school has an en- rollment of 1155 in grades 9-12. Mcars, who had coaching stints in Texline, McLean, Hart, and Friona, before moving to Lewisville in 1980, coached at Lewisville High School until 1985, before going into administration. He spent three years as an assistant principal at The DeLay Middle school, and three years as an assis- tant principal at The Colony High School in Lewisville ISD. Having graduated from West Texas State University in 1973 with a Bachelors of Science Degree in History and Physical Education, Mears went on to get his Master of Life Support. Life is unpredictable. But with an Allstate Life Insurance plan, you're always pre- pared. I'll provide protection options for )bu and your family And together, we'U make sure the coerage grows as your needs gr0. I want to help you plan for your family's future. I want to be your agent for Life. AIISIBI0" You're in good hands. Jem Simmons 310 S. Kearney, Clarendon, 'Ix (806) 874-3506 Thr Clarenba. ws Education in Supervision and Ad- ministration from The University of North Texas, and is currently working on his Doctorate from UNT. Robert is married, and his wife Martha is a Kindergarten teacher at Golden Rule Elemen- tary in Denison. They have two children. Kyle, 14, is a Freshman at Denison High School and Lori, 12, is a 7th grader at B. McDaniel Mid- die School. ROBERT IRVIN MEARS Genealogical Chtb To Meet The Donley County Genealogical Society will meet at 7:30 p.m., October 12,1992, at Burton Memorial Library for the next regular meeting. There were nine members present at the Sep- tember 14 meeting with one new member, Ara Garland. Jo Shaller brought the pro- gram and brought a book she had put together of her family. She showed and explained how to ar- range it. A Genealogy workshop will be held October 17, 1992. It is not to late to get in if you are interested. The pre-registration fee is $10.00 now and $21.00 at the door. You will receive a one year subscription to the Genealogical Helper free. They will have books, etc for you to research and supplies to buy. The supplies will have a discount on them. Monday night will be the meeting at the Library and October 17, will be the Workshop at the Bairfield Building. Hope to see you there. i lCican ange!your]unk intol xlvertisement Thursday, October 8, ARLIS AND SANDRA MOORING Anniversary Celebrated O n October 3, 1992, Stacy Mooring of Ada, Oklahoma, Rick and wife Lauri Mooring hosted a reception in honor of Sandra Mooring to celebrate their 40th Wedding Anniversary. The: tion was held in the home of Arlis and Sandra Mooring with family helping the couple celebrate the special occasion. Arlis Mooring married the former Sandra Bow-ads on 1952, in the home of the late Rev. Ernest Phillips in Clarendon have lived in Clarendon and raised their family there except served in the US Army for two when they resided in Amarillo. The couple has one grandaughter Rickki Nichole Mooring. The Couple are members of the First Baptist Church and Sandra is a lifetime member of Beta sigma Phi Sorority. Arlis is employed by the US Post Office and Sandra is Greenbelt Water Authority. SHORTS-from p. 1. Harvest Dinner Planned The don is having a I Ill I • 00ur, ILoro,, Lor0,, + ! I Look Who's i o ',!;;: COLA I ......... ..... 0. I $ ,,:r2t: &o,, "" Nil I kl , ,o ,. ,:.,.o, kl m,,q’, Nil o,=..,x.,,  r v : m .,.'+ ..’.. m 3FO001 : >'!yg. I Th, dryclean!ng FRITO-iY '=':'"'.'." I 0rlnronhn, and se . 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PKG. i-13 9 CH AR CO A L .,,:.. ;:;;!i,%1:: BRIQUETS ;'-+;:;'::, 10 LB, BAG . 3:001 +++++ FUNSNAX COOKIES 6OZ, BAG  emlt, en fi 2 CO N DOGS & t[#A, A 22 OZ CUP OF COKE ' -.._E-- ........ 'L, ....... m • m- • E .....  ..." _.--+ 1 LB+ PKG. ,,.,,, - FORONLY VV  "  -  ."f.i __ _ ,_/%..,.   , .-:,,.': Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice ''+';;r U U  .,,:::.:: 48 oz. Bottle ,  .."1 ":/. Q'I t' {-a.'"v V V L'.".:-’-', • .. "'r; ,,::% ::':.2,, :'" "',:. V-8 100% Vegetable Juice e QO !V" ";. ,:":+:' 48 oz. Can qP =  '" .3' "€ Bubble Gum Tape 2/$1.00 Shurfine Dill Slices $. 99 Surf Laundry Detergent $1.49 39 oz. Box Thumb Suckers 3/$1.00 Katijes Candy 3/$1.00 I II I Clarendon, Texas 79226-1110. POSTMASTER: send address changes to The Clarendon News, P.O. Box 1110, Clarendon, Texas 79226-1110. Clussmed ads are $4-0 for the first 15 words or less and 12 cents pro'word for each addltlonniword. Boxes or spe- cial typography are extra. Standard display rates are $3.15 per SAU column inch. Engagement, wedding, birthday, and anniversary pictures are .00 each. Pic- tures submRted for publlea- tlon should be picked up within 10 days of publleatinn. Deadlines for news and arddes are normally Monday at SdlO p.m. Pictures must be taken by Friday at $.0 pan. The deadline may be altered fr holidays. Any erroneous reflec- tion upon the character of any person or firm appearing in these columns will be gladly and promptly corrected upon being brought to the paper's attention. T MEMBER 1992 TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION II Cleaners 874-5024 A member of he International Fabricare Institute, the association of professional drycleaners and latin