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October 13, 1994

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, October 13, Littlefield services for Mrs. Ber- Little field, age 84, were a.m. on Saturday, Oe- 8, 1994 in the Clarendon of Christ with Bright Pastor of the Hedley officiating. Inter- 2emeterywith under the direction Funeral Directors, Mrs. Littlefield died at 6:40 on Thursday, October 6, 1994 Anthony's Hospice in following a lengthy ill- . She was born on October 17, P at Lexington, Texas and came Amherst to Clarendon in She married Bill Noah on February 8, 1925 at he preceded her in on February 21, 1967. She married Auther Easker Lit- 18, 1968 at Claren- and he preceded her in death )ril 22, 1978. She was a and a member of the of Christ. Survivors include 3 sons, W'd- G. Adams of Denver City, Billy Bob Adams of Alan- Texas, Donald M. Adams of Texas; three step-sons, Littlgfield of Amarillo, Doyle Littlefield, Claren- Texas, Kenneth Littlefield of Texas; four sisters, Draper of Amarillo, Texas, Jewell ' of Winters, Calif., Vida Hen- Texas, Ann of Albuquerque, New one brother, Lloyd of Clovis, New Mexico; grandchildren; and grandchildren. Casket bearers were Rodney W. C. Harper, James Fred Davidson, Jim and Russell McAnear. Honorary bearers were Roy Tom Shult S.C. Fish, The family requests the St. Anthony's or the C/arch- Church of Christ Family Life I-:--re- i , Charlle Ray Copeland Ray Copeland, age 89, held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, 7, 1994 in the First United Church in Groom with : Mark Metzger, Pastor, Father Pastor of St.Mary's Church in Groom, and Jerry Moore, Pastor of the Church in officiating. Interment was ,with arran- under the direction of Funeral Directors, Inc. Rev. Copeland died at 6:00 on Wednesday, October 5, in the Pale Duro Nursing in Claude following a illness. He was born June 1905 in Iuka, Izard County, [was married to Edna on September 20, 1922 at IAncoin County, Ok- ,11,1992. He had been a :of his life retiring in 1975. He was a of the First United Church in Groom. He been a resident of Lorraine, for two years before moving in 1978. Concre & Dirt Work Ddveys (BW rends) Oolws hckhoe Dozer iine" Work Vernle Ford - Mix 874-2751 1994 He was preceded in death by a son, Jimmy Dale Copeland in 1936; and by three daughters, Yavonne Copeland in 1945, Velma Derrick in 1987, and Roseva Bratcher in 1994. Survivors include three daughters, Dorothy Thompson of Groom, Texas, Loretta Britten of Groom, Texas, Nancy Cotton of Amarillo, Texas; three brothers, Bill Copeland of Tyler, Texas, Otto Copeland of McAlester, Ok- lahoma, Buck Copeland of Cor- sieana, Texas; 14 grandchildren; and 18 great grandchildren. Casket bearers were Glynn D. Harrell, Maurice Britten, R.A. Snyder, A.J. Newsom, Leldon Hudson, Jack West, and Ernest Lamberson. The family requests that memorials be to a favorite charity. James Cecil Clark james c "J.C." Clark, 66, of Memphis, died Saturday, Oc- tober 8, 1994. Services were held Monday, October 10, 1994, at 4 p.m. in Spicer Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. O.K. Bowen" pastor of First Baptist Church, officiating. Burial was in IOOF Lakeview Cemetery under the direction of Spicer Funeral Home in Memphis. Mr. Clark was born in Leslie. He retired from Bell Helicopter. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 1475 at Amarillo. He was a Navy veteran. Survivors include a son" Jack Clark of Roswell, N.M.; two daughters, Jamie Curley of Amaril- lo and Debra Hill of Orange, Calif.; two brothers, Acel Clark of San Bernardino, Calif., and Robert Clark of Keller; a sister, Ruth Sweeney of Amarillo; 11 grandchildren; and eight great- grandchildren. The family requests memorials be to Crown of Texas Hospice Foundation. Ambulance Report 10-3-94 Billy Sims, No transport, Medical 10-4-94 Billy Sims, Transported to V.A., Medical 10-4-94 Jamie Lee Watson, Transported to St. Anthony's Hospital, Trauma 10-5-94 Shanita S. Harris, Transported to NWTH, Medical 10-5-94 Ernest Kent, Transported to HPBH, Medical 10-6-94 Dorothy Davis, Transported to HPBH, Medical 10-8-94 Alfred Spalding, Transported from Hall County Hospital to residence in Hedley, Medical 10-8-94 LaFonda Estes, Transported to Hall County Hospi- tal, Medical :M lartnbon em Senior Citizens News The Donley County Senior Citizens Center appreciates everyone who helped to make the Christmas in October Crafts Bazaar last Saturday a great success. Their volunteers put in many hours making wonderful things to donate to the Center. Some of their members made cash dona- tions. Several local businesses made donations of cash or items to be sold in the bazaar. Many hours were spent by volunteers setting up tables, putting out merchandise, and cooking and serving the noon meal. A project like this could not be attempted if it were not for the support of local volunteers, members, and merchants. They would like to let everyone know how much they appreciated everything they did. A special thanks to The Clarendon News for the excellent coverage they received regarding the bazaar. The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program recognition luncheon was held Sunday, October 9,1994, at the First Christian Church in Amarillo, Texas. Those attending from the Donley County Senior Citizens Center were: Bill and Judy Hedges, Thelma Behrens, Clara Mae Carter, Ann Bunyan, Lee Caskey, Helena Catoe, Ilene Davidson, Cora Hamilton, Thel- ma Rudder, Billie Taylor, Verdie Tipton, Eda Wallin, Ellie Wilkinson, and Carmen Wright. Sept. Memorials: In memory of Ella Mac Trout by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meador, In memory of Coleman Shields by Mrs. anita Thomas, In memory of Mark Shults by Mrs. anita Thomas, Fred Riley, Jean Baten, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meador, In memory of John Sarich by Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Butts. Sept. Facility Use: Senior Citizens Dance Club, Thomas Family reunion" Allene Derr's birthday party. Reminders: Thursday, Oct. 13, Board of Directors meeting at 6 p.m.; Monday, Oct. 1% Senior Citizens Dance Club Dance, 7-9 p.m.; Tuesday, Oct. 18, Blood Pressure Clinic, 10:30 a.m.-12 noon and Bingo, 6:30 p.m. Senior Citizens Menu October 13-19 Thursday- Honey Glazed Chicken Grill Curly Fries, Harvard Beets, Variety Vegetable Salad, Summer Fruit Desert, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk. Friday- Pork Roast w/Natural Gravy, Candied Yam, Green Peas, Rosy Ap- plesauce, Pastries, Wheat Roll,Whole Milk, Tea, Cof- fee. Monday- Chicken Strips w/gravy, Cream Potatoes, Carrots, Waldorf Salad, Ice Cream w/Cookies Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk. Tuesday- Roast Beef w/Natural Gravy, Cauliflower w/Cheese Sauce, Macaroni Salad, Mandarin Orange Cake, Wheat Roll, Coffee Tea, Whole Milk. Wednesday- Bake, Ham w/ Fruit Sauce, Butter Beans, Fried Okra, Coleslaw Plum Cobbler, Cornbread Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk. Calendar of Events Thursday:. Exercist 10:45 a.m., Lunch: t1:30 a.m., Games 12:3 p.m., Board of Director Meeting 6:00 p.m. Friday:. Exercise 10:45 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m. Monday:. Exer- cise 10:45 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30- 3 p.m., Dance Club 7-9 p.m. TuesdaF. Exercise 10:45 a.m., 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m., Blood Pressure Clinic 10:30 a.m.- 12 noon, Bingo 6:30 p.m. Wednesday:. Exercise 10:45 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m. Birthday Celebrated The family of W.O. Elliott gathered Labor Day weekend to celebrate his 90th birthday. Grandchildren and their families held their annual reunion Friday night at the Armstrong County Activity Center in Claude. On Saturday other family members joined them for the birthday celebration. More than fifty people enjoyed extending birthday wishes, eating good food, participating in singing and playing music, and in playing games. On September 25 the children invited other relatives and friends to the Elliott home to help celebrate. Over sixty people extended birthday wishes and spent time reminiscing. I DIRIVE DRUNK1 : Te eXermol at Tf*ooaat __--S_... . ..................................................... ! ...... ,, !iiiiiiiiiiii!!!i!!i(iii|gas Hil)!ili iil ii:::::iii::iiiiiiiii!iiiiil;iiiiiii!:i Page 3 Don't lose your SUMMER TAN Come tan at The Nook Oct. 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Businessmen and businesswomen have taken out loans for new facilities. They have enlarged their inventory and branched out into more profitable areas. And the First Bank was there to help. But the bank has provided other valuable help as well. Loan officers have offered informal counseling that sharpened merchants' competi- tive skills. Bank people have suggested additional markets and other possible opportunities. The bank is still committed to helping businesses grow, for as such businesses grow, they create new jobs, they bring new money into our community and ultimately they benefit all of us. " BRn00:I'RUS'r OF CLARENDON