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Page 6 bt lartnbeu tW Ld/a Reunion Held O n October 8, 1994, the Lelia Lake Ex-Students reunion Here New! Revlon Fire & Ice Color & Cologne Collection Breathe Right Relieves Night-time Nasal Congestion was held at the Barefield Building on the Clarendon College Campus. Registration began at 10:00 a.m., with 161 people registering. Lunch was catered by Clarendon College cafeteria. Dr. Jerry Stockton, President of Clarendon College gave a short welcome to everyone. Bill Phillips and his wife Margie gave a reading and song in memory of those who 10 ct. Easy read Outdoor Thermometer 121/2-$9.99 Northern Coordinates Napkins 12o00t.$.79 Hall Mark Christmas Puzzles Assorted Prices Yes! We have umbrellas for when it rains! Large Mark Down SALE on All Jewelry One Group Russ Figurines 10% Off Heath Mart Shower to Bath Deodorant Body Powder Fresh Scent ,00oz $2.99 Health Mart Large Cotton Ball 100 Ct, $ B00v00s Pbarmacy " & rasn, Oknadab  J 2__22-!!m2!!!!m had passed away. Pictures of graduating classes from 1927128 through 1959 were on display. James Stavenhagen had taken them to Blounk's Studio in Clinton, Ok- lahoma, where they were restored and framed. They all looked very nice. A business meeting was then held by president, James Staven- hagen. The financial report was given by secretary, Bobble Floyd. Ideas were discussed about carry- ing the reunion on to the evenings at the next reunion in 1996. James Stavenhagen was re-elected as president, Earl Shields was elected vice-president, and Bobbie Floyd, secretary. The following people at- tended from Clarendon: Roy Lee and Barbara Helms, Claude and Onita Thomas, Bobbie Floyd, Leo and Mary Jane Smith, Bill and Nita Meador, Hazel Brandon, J.R. and Joann Leathers, J.E. and Susie Kidd, Ernest Johnston, Jean Baten, Ruby Lowrie, Grace Leathers, Johnny and Melba Leathers, Mac Thursday, October 13, Stavenhagen, Clarance Ayers, H.C. and JoAnn Shaw, Lester and Lou Ella Myers, Jerry Stockton, Inez Johnston, James Kirkland, and Bill Stavenhagen. Attending from out of town were: Allan and Frances Angel, Plainview; John W. Key, Amarillo; M.L. Allen, Clyde and Mildred Hoggard, Hedley; Billy and Ruby Floyd, Borger; Mollie Wright, El Paso; W. F. and Betty Howard, Wheeler; Roy and Freddie Howard, Childress; Eldon and Bobbie Howard, Big Springs; Buford and Geraldine Holland, Hedley; Drucilla McBrayer, Fort Worth; Billy Joe English, Abilene; F.G. Crofford, Amarillo; Grady Wilkinson, Stinnett; Robert and Romaine Beard, Houston; James and Virginia Stavenhagen, Sham- rock; John Wayne and Ann Step, Victoria; Catherine Ross, Clyde; Odell and Bobble Morrow, Bed- ford; Mollie Moffett, Memphis; Jerry and Billie W'dliams, Amarillo; Jo Graham, Amarillo; Bonnie Usery and Thelma Usery, Amaril- lo; Rita Williamson, Abilene; Doyce and Jo English, Abilene; Kenneth and Nadine Wilkinson, Fritch; Jerald Hill, Wichita Falls; Josphine Foster. Memphis; B.L. and Pauline Harrill, Bowie; Donald and Juandell Ritter, Groom; La Nell and Meredith Beene, Whitney, Ray Chanrieaux, Claude; Dean Angel, Canyon; Jes- sic Cruse, Claude; Cecil and Rob- bie Elkins, Victoria; Melvin and Lydia Fowler, Borger; J.B. and Evelyn Cox, Borge Marilyn Gil- ger, Perryton; Rachel Butler, Amarillo; Jimmy Gilbreth, Pan- handle; Earl and Susie Shields, Lella Lake; Carol and Jean Stepp, Eden; Thelma Shields, Lelia Lake; Osburn Appliance and Rabbit's Appliance Service We service all rpes of appliances appliances for sale with one-year warrranty Wendell Short, Amarillo; Diane Bridges, Levelland; Stavenlaagen, Dumas; Betty Molder, Hedley; and Nell Riffle, El Paso; Margie Phillips, Amarillo; Mooring, Amarillo; Johnston, Amarillo; Dorothy tin, Midland; Lola Marie Amarillo; Winnie Wester 1o; Russell and Lavern Amarillo; Marilyn Amarillo; Joe and Missy Crosby; Lorraine Canyon; Buster Shields, Billy N., Houston; Dean and Hedgecoke, Morse; Benny Veta Darnell, Amarillo; Jones, Lindale, Bobby Chandler; Jackie Clawson Linda Jones and Fritch; Iwalla Simmons Cleta Wilkinson, Dimmitt. Those attending from ( state were: Norman and Kennedy, Norman, Carolyn Taylor, Shawnee, Dale and Edna Ayers, clue, N.M.; Carl Sessman, OK; Laura Mae Kansas; Wanda Downer, lahoma City, OK; James Shields, Durrant, OK; Beth Usery, Boulder, Colo.; and Bernese Moreland, Ark.; Carl and Annise Tulsa, OK; Wihna Paxton Arizona; Calvin Carlsbad, N.M.; Jackie Los Vegas, NV;Henry and Gerner, Yueaipa, Calif.; Self, Kearney, Arizona. lowing for their help with reunion, Lou Ella Myers, Thomas, Bill Stavenhngen, Stavenhagen, and Barbara DWi-from p. 1 crash only added 60 days toe penalty for the D'rl violation. Repeat offenders of a third DWI will now face u 10 years in prison. Under th offenders was five years in Boating while buy used appliances. Phone 874-3632 _.,,, j 319 S. Kearney B.B. "Rabbit" Osburn ] convictions tions for DWI can now be enhance DWI penalties "The legislature and Governor have sent a very I message. If you drive drunk going to lose your license you're going to spend some jaiL If you seriously hurt you could spend the next 10: of your life in prison and if yoe someone, you could be in prisoo the next 20 years," said Bill Legislative Liaison for the office of MADD. i 1 "Texans have had it people who think it is no big l drink and drive. Under the re penal code, drunk drivers s treated the same way other vi criminals are-with heavy fines t long prison terms," said Lewis. Everyday Tools of the Trade - Carhartt. 5 on Clarendon's Main Street Since 1910 Come in now for the best selection of traditional outorwear and new casual oata. Layaway NOW for Chdstmasl If I| I( Ii II ! ! II It I! I! I( II II (