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Fa// Clarendon ............ 12 Memphis ........................... 28 The Clarendon Broncos to Memphis, October 7, played an exciting game the Cyclones. Although lost by 16 points, the score not reflect the action of the Clarendon had 154 total and Memphis had 153. Robert Taylor made both for the Broncos with of 9 and 3 yards. Lorenzo rushed for 94 yards for the This was the first district and Memphis is 5-1, 1-0; ; 1-5, 01. The Broncos will play there, October 14, with time at 7:30 p.m. Clarendon School Menu October 17-21 Breakfast Monday:. Toast, Cereal, Juice, Milk Tuesday:. Pancakes, Juice, Milk Wednesday:. Eggs, Toast, Juice, Milk Thursday:. Cinnamon Rolls, Juice, Milk Lunch Monday. Pizza, Corn, Salad, Fruit, Cookie, Milk Tuesday. Frito Pie w/Meat & Cheese, Ranch Style Beans, Peanut Butter & Graham Crackers, Salad, Fruit, Milk Wednesday. S u b Sandwiches, Ham & Cheese, Lettuce, Onion, Pickles, Potato Chips, Fruit, Milk Thursday. Lasagna, Hot Rolls, Corn, Salad, Cake, Milk Friday. Hamburgers w/Cheese, Lettuce, Pickles, Onion, Tomatoes, French Fries, Fruit, Milk Merchants Carnival Set Clarendon Merchants Association will be sponsoring an Autumn I on Halloween, October 31, from 5 to 7 p.m. on main street. participate by placing an activity in front of their such as hop scotch, balloon throwing, ring toss, etc. Merchants can , desire. The public is invited to participate and join the tim. It is also time to start thinking about the 4th Annual Parade of Lights. ask that every business, resident, and organization be thinking about lights. These lights can be purchased at Henson's. Also, dues for merchant members are due by Oct. 1st. Sponsors Grief Support Many people in grief can feel overwhelmed by the changes and emotions they are experiencing. In recognition of these feelings, grief support group sessions Oct. 20 through Nov. 10. "When people are experiencing grief, they can feel isolated in their says Ellen Corcoran, Hospice bereavement coordinator and sup- facilitator. "Grief support groups can be helpful to persons are grieving by helping them learn more about the grief process and them better understand what they are going through. They will that they are not alone in what they are experiencing." Support group meetings are scheduled for 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at First Church, 525 N. Gray, Pampa on Oct. 20, 27 and Nov. 3, and Participants are asked to enter the parlor door. Presentations, videos, handouts will be used in the discussions. Support group sessions are free and open to the public. Corcoran participants have not experienced a death of someone to them within the past three months. For more information, or to sign up for the support group, call (806)665-6677. QUESTION: What is the difficult period of adoles- and what is behind the dis. DR. DOBSON: The 13th commonly are the :24 months in life. It is during this time that and feelings of in- reach an all-time high, pressures experienced. An adolescent's worth as a Oil group acceptance, which can to garner. Thus, relatively evidences of rejection or who already see themselves failures. It is difficult to overestimate impact of having no one to sit on the school-sponsored bus of not being invited to an ira- event, of being laughed at the "in" group, waking up in the to find seven shiny new on your bumpy forehead, slapped by the girl you had liked you as much as 1 liked her. Some boys and girls consis- face this kind of social throughout their teen They will never forget the Dr. Uric Bronfenbreuner, authority on child : Cornell University, a Senate committee that the are probably the development of I health. It is during of self-doubt that the is often assadted and repair. Consequently, said Brow it is not unusual for happy children to enter but then emerge two years later "as broken, dis- couraged teenagers. I couldn't agree more em- phatically with Bronfenbrenner's opinion at this point. Junior high school students are typically brutal to one another, attacking and slash- hag a weak victim much the same way a pack of northern wolves kill and devour a deformed caribou. Few events stir my righteous indig- nation more than seeing a vul- nerable child being taught to hate himself and despise his physical body, and wish he hadnever been born. QUESTION: I keep hearing that R Is unwise to get too carried away with the successes of your kids, but I can't help It. Is it wrong for me to feel a sense of fatherly pride when my son succecAs in basketball? How can I not care about the quality of his performance? DR. DOBSON: There's nothing wrong about feeling good about the successes of our children. The problem occurs when parents care too much about those tri- umphs and failures ... when winning is necessary to maintain their parents' respect Girl Scouts Attend Ccs00,00out Girl Scout Troops 43 & 127 had their end of summer cookout on Friday, September 30th at Greenbelt Lake. The girls were joined by Mary N. Risley who taught them about the stars. Jem Simmons was gracious enough to bring his telescope along. Denise and Kirsten Bertrand, Elizabeth Simmons, Medina Gribble, Susan Bilbrey and Lee Ann Murphy were also on hand to help. Paula Blackburn also took time out of her busy schedule to be the emergency parent to call on for the event. The girls and leaders really appreciate everyone's time and effort in making this a really fun and educational experience. Health Fair Set by Jeanene Sinclair The County Extension Office will be hosting it's first annual Health Falx on Friday, October 21st, from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. at the Bairfield Building at Claren- don College. There will be 16 different agencies or organizations repre- seuted. Those that will be repre- sented are the following.Panhandle Regional Planning Comm., Veterans Center, Texas Depart- ment of Public Safety, Crown of Texas Hospice, Family Support Services, Harrington Cancer Cen- ter, Musc-J_ar Dystrophy Associa- tion, Region XVI Education Ser- vice Center, Texas Department of Health, American Cancer Society, Hedley School Menu Oct. 17-21 Breakfast Monday. Assorted Cereal, Graham Crackers, Juice or Fruit, Milk Tuesday. Chorizo Egg Burrito, Juice or Fruit, Milk Wednesday:. Biscuit & Gravy, Ham Slice, Juice &Milk Thursday. Bacon Egg Burrito, Juice or Fruit, Milk Friday:. Assorted Cereal, Toast, Juice or Fruit, Milk Lunch Monday. Corn Dog, French Fries, Salad, Rosey Applesauce, Milk Tuesday. Pizza, Corn, Salad, Fruit, Milk, Cookie Wednesday:. Spaghet- ti & Meat, Corn, Salad, Cheese Rolls, Fruit, Milk Thm, sday:. Beef Tips over Rice, Stewed Potatoes, Peas, Hot Rolls, Fruit, Milk Friday:. Hamburger w/Cheese, French Fries, Salad, Fndt, Milk and love. Boys and girls should know they are accepted simply because they were created. That's enough. I'm reminded of John McKay, the former football coach from the University of Southern California and a former National Football League coach. I saw him interviewed on television at a time when his son, John Jr., was a suc- cessful football player on the USC team. The interviewer referred to John's athletic talent and asked Coach McKay to comment on the pride he must feel over his son's accomplishments on the field. His answer was most impressive: "Yes, I'm pleased that John had a good season last year. He does a fine job, and I am proud of him. BUt I would be just as proud of him if he had never played the game at all., Coach McKay was saying, in effect, that John's football talent is recognized and appreciated, but his human worth does not depend on his athletic ability to play foot- balL Thus, his son would not lose respect if the next season brought failure and disappointment. John's place ha his dad's heart was secure, being inde- pendent of his performance. I wish every child could say the same. These  and an,nrs are excerpted from the book Dr. Dobson Answers Your Oum'6ons. Dr. James Dobson is a psychologist, author and president of Focus on the Family, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of the home. e to Dr. Dob- son should be addressed to: Focus on the Family, P.O. Box 444, Colora Springs, CO S0903. (c), 1982, yndale House Publishers, Inc. Panhandle Council for the Deaf, Panhandle Chapter Alzheimer's Association, Coffee Memorial Blood Center, Pan- handle Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse. Flu shots, blood pressure checks, fingerprinting for children and blood drive are some of the highlights that will be taken place during this health fair. Come and be a part of our health fair and see how healthy you are. 4-H News There will be a 4-H meeting October 18th, at the Com- munity Center at 4:00 p.m. Linda Catorf from West Texas Utilities in Abilene will be presenting a pro- gram on a 12,000 volt electrical demonstration. They encourage all 4-H members to attend. Bronco Booster Club Needs YOU! Ewl/Monday Niht at 7 p.m.  tim Bro,c) FiekJ SEON 6 PACK - 12 OZ. CANS $1.99 CHATHAM DOG FOOD 20 OZ. SACK BEEF OR CHEESE $2.99 DECKER HAM 10 OZ. PKG. ALLSUP'S CORN DOG & 20 OZ. NR COKE FOR ONLY Deadlines The deadline for display ads, classified ads, and copy is at 5:00 p.m. on Mondays. No ads or copy will be taken over the phone. The deadline for photos is Fridays at 12:00 noon. 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