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6 The Clarendon Enterprise • October 9, 2003 Lady Bulldogs defeat Vernon By Sandy Anderberg The Clarendon College Lady Bulldogs are continuing conference play and recently competed in the Cable One Classic Tournament in Borger at Frank Phillips College. The Lady Bulldogs went up a.,ainst Frank Phillips in a conference match at home October 1. Clarendon lost to the Lady Plainsmen 16-30, 17-30, and 25-30. Last Wednesday, October 2, the Lady Bulldogs played Vernon College at home and were victorious in three out of four sets with scores of 34-36, 30-21, 30-20, and 30-28. CC traveled to Borger October 3-4 to participate in the Cable One Classic in which they went up against Seward County in the first round. The ladies were defeated 14- 30, 20-30, and 18-30. They took on Frank Phillips in the second round and dropped three sets; 13-30, 21- 30, and 14-30. Saturday, the Lady Bulhh)gs went up against Garden City barely losing to them by the scores of 23-30, 23-30, and 26-30. They met up with Dodge City in the final round, losing 22-30, 23-30, and 17-30. Aleia Paden was elected to the All-Tournament team. The Lady Bulldogs will take on New Mexico Military Institute in a conference game at home on Wednesday, October 8, at 6:00 p.m. Reigning at HHS Hedley Homecoming Queen Kasi Woodard (third from the left) was crowned during festivities September 26. Shown here are members of the homecoming court: Jaci Copelin, Ashleah Martin, Woodard, Julie Funderburg, Brittney Bennett, and Sarah Bolin. n.= photo courtesy HISD JT00il,,’s' 00(oos[ go[[aqe BED - SUPPER - BREAIv.FAST Coffee Shop Will be Closed Until Further Notice New York Cuisine (Get A Rope!) Friday, Oct. 10 6:30 & 8:30 By Reservation Only 620 E. 4th • 874-1202 or 874-2385 C-C teams run [l00C &, D Land & Cnttle Co.00l00 in Canadian Custom Baling / Swathing By Sandy Anderberg Jessica Hernandez ran a 10:38, which was good enough for 20th place in the meet on Saturday, Octo- ber 4. Shelby Watson was 27th with a 10:50, and Becky Rigger came in 60th with a time of 11:50. Kristin White and Claudia Thomas finished 68th and 69th with times of 12:24 and 12:25. Senior Drew Sell finished the course in 15:48 and 19th place while Quentin West ran a 16:19 for 24tb place. Brad Sell finished at 16: 16, Jeremy Howard 17:35, Ladez Captain 17:38, and Stephen Ford was 17:48. "lbdd Thompson ran an 18: 3 I, and Jeremy Jeffers completed the course in 19:00. Junior varsity runners also competed in the race, and Kaitlyn ttoward finished l lth with a time of 11:46. Anndria Kidd ran a 12:24, Regan Lemley 12:30, Caitlan Hall 12:,12, and Chelsea Hoeltzel 14:16. The Colts and Lady Colts ran in the meet as well with Alton Gaines as the lone runner to medal for Clar- endon. Gaines finished the course in 10:18, which was good enough for 5th place. Billy Ceniceros also ran and finished with a time of 13:53. Seven Lady Colts competed in the race with Abby Patten running the fastest for Clarendon at 11:41 and 27th place. Macy Shadle ran a 12: 40, Erin Holland 12:50, and Caitlan Clark 13:17. Jenci White was 13: 22, Janae White 13:45, and Abbie Massengill 13:47. "Alton (Gaines) was the only one that medaled for us," coach Kathy Barton said. "The course was shortened due to the rain, but the kids endured the bad weather and worked real hard." The Lady Bronco varsity will run at WTAMU on Saturday, Octo- ber I I. 9 the lion s tale by allen estlack Clarendon Lions Club held their regular Tuesday noon meeting Octo- ber 7, 2003, with Boss Lion Marvin Elam in charge. We had 15 members and two guests, prospective member Debbie Hamilton, and Scarlet Estlack, guest of Lion Russell Estlack. We passed out tickets for the Pancake Supper, which will be next Friday at 5 p.m. at the Clarendon School Cafeteria. A representative of the ground water district will be our program next week, and we will have a clean up day Saturday, October 25, before the annual Charter Banquet on Tues- day, October 28. There being no further business, we were adjourned. B J Alaniz (806) 874-9034 Cell: 664-8707 Bobcat Services "Service matters to us." Dave Rumgay (806) 874-0858 (806) 874-0857 Installation n FNTN Cedar • Spruce ° Chain-link Wood • Metal Post m Home Kelly Hill Mobile 874-2211 Clarendon, TX 672-0414 Re }airs r I I I l I I I I I I I IIIBII III I IB n ' I[WiNDSHIELD REPAi-00] I I I I Call Tony Polite (806) 874-9313 RES. (806) 930-1408 MBL. (806) 874-9711 FAX. PO Box 802 Clarendon, TX 79226 SEAL THAT CHIP BEFORE IT 8PUTSI I • TALKTOYOUR INSURANCE AGENT- INSURANCEWILL USUALLY PAY FOR l 100% of repair (ILOZDJJ[J To Avoid Buying You A New Windshield. IB n lib II o I WILL DRIVE TO YOUR WORK OR RESIDENCE AND REPAIR YOUR II WINDSHIELD I • Seal and Prevent The Crack Or Rockchip From Running... GUARANTEED! I I,------------- --,,------,-- m---- dl MOBILITY EQUIPMENT & DIABETIC SUPPLIES Locally Owned Medicare Approved Supplier Specializing in Disability & Mobility Products IN DOWNTOWN CLARENDON • Wheelchair Rentals • Diabetic Shoes • Manual Wheelchairs • Ramps • Hospital Beds • Walking Aids . Iql • Bathroom Supplies FreeStyle • Power Wheelchairs Glucose Monitor MEDICARE & INSURANCE ACCEPTED 874-0248 or Toll Free 888-880-2250 304 S. Kearney • Clarendon, TX Fax: 874-0250 T UEImlR M, F-9 a.m.- 5 p.m. -"=, NJOUd4Ot Samnorwood wins over jr. high Owls By Will Verstuyft Hedley Junior High took on the Samnorwood Eagles last Thursday night at Memorial Field. Despite the Eagles' scoring on the opening kickoff, the Owls stopped the Eagles on their PAT. Hedley stayed strong, not letting the Eagles score again in the first half. At halftime the score was 6-0. In the second half, the Owls held off the Eagles until late in the third quarter when they managed to score. The PAT was good. From there, neither team scored. Hedley lost the game, 13-0. JHJ will play again on their home field on October 9 at 5:00 p.m., followed by the JV team. Subscribe Today CLARENDON LIONS CL Pancake Next October AT5 IN THE S( Tickets on Lion BENERTING THE CHARITABLE ACTIVITIES OF YOUR USE Pasture Values Multiplied = PVM Provides essential nutrients needed daily to accelerate growth and weight gains. Brangus Bulls & Heifers For Sale Thanks for the party, money tree, cards. Also for your of encouragement appreciation. and Show starts at 8:30 Gates open at 7:30 Come eady for burgers and drinks at the concession stand. Friday & Saturday only. Adults $5.00 • Kids & Seniors $4.00 It has been a pleasure to your ginning needs. May God Bless You America! Earl Shields \\; 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Saturday 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. Friday, October 10 and Saturday, October 11 Lioness Club Stew & Chili Supper, Music by Wes Thomas & Saints' Roost Band Rowe Cemetery Bake Sale, City Hall Tractor Show, Main St. Car Show, Main St. NHS Cake Walk, Main St. Bingo, Senior Citizens Senior Citizen Gift Shop and Hamburgers, Senior Citizens Train Rides around Main St. Lions Club Barbecue, Lions Hall Kiddie Parade Community Parade 3:00 p.m. Hedley School Reunion, Hedley School 6:00 p.m. Drawing for Bale of Cotton, Moremaker Knife, and more, MaiO Street Entertainment throughout the day provided IY KEFH 99.3 FM Come out and enjoy the funl Community Clarendon, 806-874-2080 • Wellington, 806-447";='t  Member FDIC • Equal Housing Lander ___m 6 The Clarendon Enterprise • October 9, 2003 Lady Bulldogs defeat Vernon By Sandy Anderberg The Clarendon College Lady Bulldogs are continuing conference play and recently competed in the Cable One Classic Tournament in Borger at Frank Phillips College. The Lady Bulldogs went up a.,ainst Frank Phillips in a conference match at home October 1. Clarendon lost to the Lady Plainsmen 16-30, 17-30, and 25-30. Last Wednesday, October 2, the Lady Bulldogs played Vernon College at home and were victorious in three out of four sets with scores of 34-36, 30-21, 30-20, and 30-28. CC traveled to Borger October 3-4 to participate in the Cable One Classic in which they went up against Seward County in the first round. The ladies were defeated 14- 30, 20-30, and 18-30. They took on Frank Phillips in the second round and dropped three sets; 13-30, 21- 30, and 14-30. Saturday, the Lady Bulhh)gs went up against Garden City barely losing to them by the scores of 23-30, 23-30, and 26-30. They met up with Dodge City in the final round, losing 22-30, 23-30, and 17-30. Aleia Paden was elected to the All-Tournament team. The Lady Bulldogs will take on New Mexico Military Institute in a conference game at home on Wednesday, October 8, at 6:00 p.m. Reigning at HHS Hedley Homecoming Queen Kasi Woodard (third from the left) was crowned during festivities September 26. Shown here are members of the homecoming court: Jaci Copelin, Ashleah Martin, Woodard, Julie Funderburg, Brittney Bennett, and Sarah Bolin. n.= photo courtesy HISD JT00il,,’s' 00(oos[ go[[aqe BED - SUPPER - BREAIv.FAST Coffee Shop Will be Closed Until Further Notice New York Cuisine (Get A Rope!) Friday, Oct. 10 6:30 & 8:30 By Reservation Only 620 E. 4th • 874-1202 or 874-2385 C-C teams run [l00C &, D Land & Cnttle Co.00l00 in Canadian Custom Baling / Swathing By Sandy Anderberg Jessica Hernandez ran a 10:38, which was good enough for 20th place in the meet on Saturday, Octo- ber 4. Shelby Watson was 27th with a 10:50, and Becky Rigger came in 60th with a time of 11:50. Kristin White and Claudia Thomas finished 68th and 69th with times of 12:24 and 12:25. Senior Drew Sell finished the course in 15:48 and 19th place while Quentin West ran a 16:19 for 24tb place. Brad Sell finished at 16: 16, Jeremy Howard 17:35, Ladez Captain 17:38, and Stephen Ford was 17:48. "lbdd Thompson ran an 18: 3 I, and Jeremy Jeffers completed the course in 19:00. Junior varsity runners also competed in the race, and Kaitlyn ttoward finished l lth with a time of 11:46. Anndria Kidd ran a 12:24, Regan Lemley 12:30, Caitlan Hall 12:,12, and Chelsea Hoeltzel 14:16. The Colts and Lady Colts ran in the meet as well with Alton Gaines as the lone runner to medal for Clar- endon. Gaines finished the course in 10:18, which was good enough for 5th place. Billy Ceniceros also ran and finished with a time of 13:53. Seven Lady Colts competed in the race with Abby Patten running the fastest for Clarendon at 11:41 and 27th place. Macy Shadle ran a 12: 40, Erin Holland 12:50, and Caitlan Clark 13:17. Jenci White was 13: 22, Janae White 13:45, and Abbie Massengill 13:47. "Alton (Gaines) was the only one that medaled for us," coach Kathy Barton said. "The course was shortened due to the rain, but the kids endured the bad weather and worked real hard." The Lady Bronco varsity will run at WTAMU on Saturday, Octo- ber I I. 9 the lion s tale by allen estlack Clarendon Lions Club held their regular Tuesday noon meeting Octo- ber 7, 2003, with Boss Lion Marvin Elam in charge. We had 15 members and two guests, prospective member Debbie Hamilton, and Scarlet Estlack, guest of Lion Russell Estlack. We passed out tickets for the Pancake Supper, which will be next Friday at 5 p.m. at the Clarendon School Cafeteria. A representative of the ground water district will be our program next week, and we will have a clean up day Saturday, October 25, before the annual Charter Banquet on Tues- day, October 28. There being no further business, we were adjourned. B J Alaniz (806) 874-9034 Cell: 664-8707 Bobcat Services "Service matters to us." Dave Rumgay (806) 874-0858 (806) 874-0857 Installation n FNTN Cedar • Spruce ° Chain-link Wood • Metal Post m Home Kelly Hill Mobile 874-2211 Clarendon, TX 672-0414 Re }airs r I I I l I I I I I I I IIIBII III I IB n ' I[WiNDSHIELD REPAi-00] I I I I Call Tony Polite (806) 874-9313 RES. (806) 930-1408 MBL. (806) 874-9711 FAX. PO Box 802 Clarendon, TX 79226 SEAL THAT CHIP BEFORE IT 8PUTSI I • TALKTOYOUR INSURANCE AGENT- INSURANCEWILL USUALLY PAY FOR l 100% of repair (ILOZDJJ[J To Avoid Buying You A New Windshield. IB n lib II o I WILL DRIVE TO YOUR WORK OR RESIDENCE AND REPAIR YOUR II WINDSHIELD I • Seal and Prevent The Crack Or Rockchip From Running... GUARANTEED! I I,------------- --,,------,-- m---- dl MOBILITY EQUIPMENT & DIABETIC SUPPLIES Locally Owned Medicare Approved Supplier Specializing in Disability & Mobility Products IN DOWNTOWN CLARENDON • Wheelchair Rentals • Diabetic Shoes • Manual Wheelchairs • Ramps • Hospital Beds • Walking Aids . Iql • Bathroom Supplies FreeStyle • Power Wheelchairs Glucose Monitor MEDICARE & INSURANCE ACCEPTED 874-0248 or Toll Free 888-880-2250 304 S. Kearney • Clarendon, TX Fax: 874-0250 T UEImlR M, F-9 a.m.- 5 p.m. -"=, NJOUd4Ot Samnorwood wins over jr. high Owls By Will Verstuyft Hedley Junior High took on the Samnorwood Eagles last Thursday night at Memorial Field. Despite the Eagles' scoring on the opening kickoff, the Owls stopped the Eagles on their PAT. Hedley stayed strong, not letting the Eagles score again in the first half. At halftime the score was 6-0. In the second half, the Owls held off the Eagles until late in the third quarter when they managed to score. The PAT was good. From there, neither team scored. Hedley lost the game, 13-0. JHJ will play again on their home field on October 9 at 5:00 p.m., followed by the JV team. Subscribe Today CLARENDON LIONS CL Pancake Next October AT5 IN THE S( Tickets on Lion BENERTING THE CHARITABLE ACTIVITIES OF YOUR USE Pasture Values Multiplied = PVM Provides essential nutrients needed daily to accelerate growth and weight gains. Brangus Bulls & Heifers For Sale Thanks for the party, money tree, cards. Also for your of encouragement appreciation. and Show starts at 8:30 Gates open at 7:30 Come eady for burgers and drinks at the concession stand. Friday & Saturday only. Adults $5.00 • Kids & Seniors $4.00 It has been a pleasure to your ginning needs. May God Bless You America! Earl Shields \\; 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Saturday 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. Friday, October 10 and Saturday, October 11 Lioness Club Stew & Chili Supper, Music by Wes Thomas & Saints' Roost Band Rowe Cemetery Bake Sale, City Hall Tractor Show, Main St. Car Show, Main St. NHS Cake Walk, Main St. Bingo, Senior Citizens Senior Citizen Gift Shop and Hamburgers, Senior Citizens Train Rides around Main St. Lions Club Barbecue, Lions Hall Kiddie Parade Community Parade 3:00 p.m. Hedley School Reunion, Hedley School 6:00 p.m. Drawing for Bale of Cotton, Moremaker Knife, and more, MaiO Street Entertainment throughout the day provided IY KEFH 99.3 FM Come out and enjoy the funl Community Clarendon, 806-874-2080 • Wellington, 806-447";='t  Member FDIC • Equal Housing Lander ___m