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"Oldest thriving town in the Panhandlel" 50 94.7040 ISSN 1048170 Thursday, October 27, 1994 Vol 5, Number 43 Airs School program, designed for students of high age, will focus on current emerging technological ap- for use in the home, and society. Series host, ; Wlllard Daggett, will present a of discussion questions on impact of these technological on our lives in the fu- The need for appropriate science and language arts a technological world is The challenging pro- is 32 minutes in length. The cable system (Channel 8) will program on Monday, Oc- 31, at 1:30 p.m. and on Tues- November l, at 7:00 p.m. The program title for next on Standards." & Girl Attends everal girls from Cadet Troop and local boy scouts at- tSeminar by Mason & Hanger Co., Texas. The Semi- three weekends in The boys and girls such things as how Jr- beans grow differently control beans, how to con- atom and chain reaction make an cicero-scope, and will go on a weekend trek to ue and Los Alamos in Mexico. While in New , will tour Kiddand Air will tour the Atomic Museum and nuclear reactor facilities t solar/wind energy engineering the Sandia National girls attending this Janiah Mondragon, Sue Shelley, Camille Kara Barker, Kirsten Boys who attended were: Devin, Dale Askew, Tunnell and Chris Lin- Robert Bertrand and Wade attended the seminar as Counselors. Attends had three teams participating in the Leadership Contests, held at the Clarendon Teams and members which the following: Sr. Farm Skill Team, team Kevin MeAnear, Kyle Drew Jeffers. Jr. Farm Sifill, team mem- Walker McAnear, Chris Mc.Anear. , Radio Broadcast, team mem- Jason Lockeby, Malady Floyd, Sr. Farm Skills team CLARENDON HIGH SCHOOL BAND HA1J OWEEN PRTION The M_ayor of the City of Clarendon has proclaimed that Monday, October 31, 1994, will be the city wide trick-or-treat night. Please cooperate with this schedule and use safety measures to safeguard our children. Smith placed 4th, Jr. Farm Skill was 1st and the Radio Broadcast team was 6th. The Jr. Farm Skill team ad- vanced to Area Contest which will be held Saturday, October 29th at Clarendon College. A first place finish at the Area contest will qualify the Jr. Farm Skill team for State. Congratulations to all mem- bers who participated, and good luck to the Jr. Farm Skill team as they compete in the Area Contest, October me 29th. Museum Party Planned The saints Roost Museum an- nual dance and drawing is scheduled for Saturday, December 3,1994, at the Community Building in Clarendon. Tickets will soon be on sale at Henson's or may be pur- chased from a Museum director. A free meal will be served at the dance. The doors will open at 8:00 p.m. for seating and visiting and the band will play from 9 p.m. to I am. You could be $5000.00 richer when the clock strikes 12.)0. It's the best party of the year. This years directors are as follows: Betty Boston, Wes Hen- son, Terry Floyd, W'dlard Skelton, Frankie Henson, Helen Ann Parker, Feral Shelton, Olive Bug- bee, Genevieve Caldwell, Mutt Graham; Din White, and Lura Helms. The Museum Christmas Open House will be held on Sunday afternoon, December llth from 2 to 5 p.m. Refreshments will be served. The public is invited and encouraged to tour and enjoy this years improvements. The Open House is free. Please mark your calendar. Driver Safety Course Offered A Driver Safety Course will be %eld at Clarendon College on Saturday, November 5, 1994. It will i & MRS. RAY POOL with ll.bb gm3moida meet from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in Room 103 of the Administration Building. The fee is $25.00. Please contact Clarendon College at 1- 806-874-3571 for further informa- tion. Upon completion of this course, participatns will be eligible for a 10% discount on their liability insurance for three years and dis- missal of a traffic violatio All dis- missals of traffic violations must be approved by the appropriate Jus- tice of Peace. This course is offered by Clarendon College and USA Tr Colnpatly, Inc. II I I IIII Time Change! Reset your eloeka Saturday night or you will be un hour late for Church Sundayl Correction 'loe arrest report published on ctober 20 stated that Michael Shane Pollard, 30, of Hedley was arrested on October 10, 1994, for charges of Driving While Intoxicated. That report was in error. According to Donley County records, Pollard was actually ar- rested on June 3, 1994. He pied guilty and was convicted of Drtv. hag While Intoxicated on October 3. The court fined him and gave him a two-year probated sentence with a mandatory 30 days in jail. Pollard was in jail serving part of that sentence on October 10. The Clarendon News would like to apologize for any problem created by the erroneous date in the arrest report. FFA Fndt Sale Set The A Chapter is doing something new this year. They will be selling Fresh Cotmtry Fruit. Along with assorted nut bas- kets, popcorn trays, and cheddar cheese wheels. They will also be offering guaranteed smoked pit hams and turkeys. The FFA members will be selling November 1 through the 13th. If you are not contacted by an FFA member, you can call and place an order at 8742076. The FFA really appreciates your sup- port and all your help. Bronco Bond Receiues A Diuision II Rating c..e ah ool .-.,/.. band traveled to Borger, Satur.day, Oct01. r 22 to participate in UJ.L. arcam 8 contest. The bantu penormance was excellent. They received a H ratmg. Kimberly and Haley also performed their Solo Twirling routines, both girls received a H rating. The only other division H ratin since 1974 was in 1989 under the direction of Mr. Eddic H,kln. The bronco band is lead by band director Todd Baker. Mr. Baker came to Clarendon from Spur, Texas where he taught band for three year. He graduated from First Colonial High School in Virginia Beach, Virginia, he also graduated from T rams T ech University. He is the son of Donald and Kay Baker of Durango, Colorado. When asked about his goals for Clarendon band, he stated "I want to build a program that the community and school can be proud of and along the way get some notoriety for the kids." Mr. Baker, the community, school, and especially the students would like for you to know what a wonderful job you arc deg and that they appreciate the hard work you did preparing for contest. C/arendon Has New Da/sy Tn00p CsundOn's newest Daisy Girl ts have had tow meet- ings. Their first meeting was Oc- tober 4th at 6".30 to 7.'00 p.m in the Episcopal Mission Hall. There were eight girls present, including Katie Askew, Regan Lemley, Courmey Judd, Jaci Copeiin, Brit- tany Kelly, Shelby Watson, Desirae Row, and Brandi Jones. Their second meeting was October 18, at the same time and place. In attendance were ten girls: Desirae Row, Brooke Boston, Kyleigh McKeever, Katie Askew, Regan Lemley, Courtney Judd, 1M-9 DAISY TROOP Brandi Jones, Jaci Copel Brlt- DPS Offers amutingis about: friendship, help- Safety Tips ing others, doing your best, and making deciskn. The next meet- lag will be Thursday, November 3rd at 6".30 p.m. Contact Terry Askew for in. formation at 874.3844 or 874- 5001. FFA Says Be Safe On Halloween T ClarmsdonlAwouidUke to take this time to stress safety for Halloween Trick or Treaters. Clarendon IA members wmbe00to00d.00 oa Friday. They wm be gh ufety tips for  and lira of ad- dresses of parti,@ating parem where parents can take their childrcn to trick or tret. The Clarendon FFA would like to aak everyone to drive very carefully Halloween night and watch out for all the little 8hosts and goblins lurking about. Safety is anece for . Pool's Special Guest Of Debbie Reynolds' Mr:00 00.Ray Pool w...{e  guesta of.  Reyaeidl, at stage aria screen, ourm8 me coerse or men. lumeymoon in t.as Ve Nevada recently. The  were myi at Ms. Reyaolde hotel when they were invited to her chow in hon of their reoe  They attended other produetlom while there but trely got the red carpet treatment from Ms. Reynokk While there they also visited Ray's du#ter, Man3 Beck and her childnm Rhonda and Jeremy and Ray's son, BobS, Owea Pool. Gay Nel was a former  resident. P,a6ntedfrom The CmTom News Is nearing the end of October, the leaves are falling, temperatures chart#rig and children getting excited about Halloween. Although private parties have taken over for the traditional door to door "trick or treats", still many young children will be taking to our neighborhoods for that all familiar chant. Trooper LB. Snider of the Texas Dcpartmeut of Public Safety said, "many disasters can be prevented this Halloween if parents and motorists will use good judgement." Trooper Snidor stated, "small children should be accompanied by older children or adults and trick or treating should be confined to those areas that the parents are familiar witk. Costumes should be light in color, non-flammable and any type of mask used should not prevent the &ild frem being able to see." Parcuts should also instruct their children in some trat safety tips, iusming tbcy look in all dirextions before crossing streets and to walk, ncvcr ten. A flashlight carried by the child can serve as a warning to motorists and children should be instructed to use sidev,Aks, whenever possible. Motorists should use era caution in residential areas and be on the lookont for kids darting into the streets between parked vehicles. Remem- ber, they are excited and pre-occupied with trick or treating. Drivers need to be em-a alert. For those who wish to participate in this u pconng Halloween eve- ning and receive a visit from that little ghost or goblin, it ls a good idea to remember to leave that front porch light on and to imere there areao  in the waikways. PTA Meeting Scheduled Tl Kindergarten Classes will presenting "Disney On Parade" for the PTA program Tuesday night, November 1 at 7 p.m. in the school gym. Children will need to report to the music room at 6:45 p.m. Ch//dren The Clarendon Mental Rehabilitation Center in Safety On and baked sale, November 4th and 5th. Watch next weeks paper for H00een more details. Make plans now to attend. M%arents get spooked ghost00 goblins begin thetr Halloween trick--treating epeditious. The evenin8 can pose speclal hamrds for young trickstem and scare the dayliS out of pareats, says the at Scott & White Memorial Hospital and Clinic in Temple, Tens. Scott & White is one of the group mulfi prac- tices m the Uuited States with more than 430 physicians and non- emo and 3 resi Central Tens. -hnoWeen is a fun holiday for .  but it can be a devilish experience when accidents bap- pen. A little plannin8 wAl 8o a long way in preventing holiday hardships," said P-'icia Reassign, M.D., Emergency Medicine specialist and assistant professor in the Texas A&M University Health Science Center College of Medicine. "In the excitement of Hal- loween, some children forget the rules they have learned about crossing streets. Encourage youngstors to remember the traffic rules. Stress that they must obey the traffic fights --even on Halloween, = Dr. Reas sal Remind children to look both ways and not to dash into the street from between parked cars. Inm the children to travel with a group and walk on sidewalkg or close to the cerb (not in the middle of the Ireet), she added. Let children start their trick -or-treating early so they can stop before dark. Give each child a flashlight. Halloween safety also in- dudes using scat belts and child ety seats whe driving throu# neighborhoods on trick-or-trcating espcdltio Dr. James A. Gilbea Jr ency Medicinc specialist and assistant professor in the Tens CON'ID ON P. S J