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October 27, 1994

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y, October 27, Kent F.,neral services for Ernest Warner "Tunny" Kent, age were held at 10:30 a.m. on October 24, 1994 in Chapel Of Memories Rev. Dan Snider, Pastor of First United Presbyterian in Clarendon, officiating. was in Citizens by Robertson Funeral Inc. Mr. Kent died at 8:45 on October 21, 1994 in Medi- Center Nursing Home in following a lengthy ill- He was born August 6, 1906 Clarendon and had been a resi- of Donley County most of his He married Katherine Cole December 17, 1940 at Claren- and she preceded him in on October 1,1980. He then Susan LaTtice Benson L rancher much of his life was a Texaco Consignee for He also served as a Of The Peace in Doniey for a period of time prior his retirement He was a US r veteran of World War II and a member of the Clarendon Post #7782. He was a long member of the Clarendon Club and was a member of First United Presbyterian Clarendon. Survivors include his wife, l LaTtice Kent of Clarendon; step-daughter, Jacqueline of Kansas City, Kansas; step-grandchildren. Casket bearers were Bill Bobby Boston, Jenks Bos- Bill Low, Jack Clifford, and The family requests that be to the First United Church, the Medical ter Nursing Home, or a Smith services for Bertha , age 92, effort Worth, were held Thursday, Oc- 1994, at Greenwood Gar- len Chapel in Fort Worth. services were held Oc- 21, 1994, with Rev. Bruce Pastor of First Baptist 1994 Church of Hedley officiating. Burial was in Rowe Cemetery at Hedley, Texas. Bertha Smith died October 18, 1994, in Fort Worth. She was born in Wise County, Texas and had worked as a waitress. Survivors include an Aunt, Hettie Lacy, WeatherfortL Texas; one nephew, Bill Heath, Aurora, Co; and cousins, Glenn Lacy, Keller, Texas; Joyce Hill, Fort Worth, Tx; Joe Jones, Brock, Tx; Medical Center News Medical Center residents have been bundling up with the cooler temperatures we've been having and drinking a lot of coffee. October 7th, the residents held their monthly resident council meeting. They had fourteen resi- dents present for the meeting and had coffee and doughnuts. The ac- tivity director informed the resi- dents of upcoming events for the month of October. Charlotte Roan, Ombudsman and RSVP Volunteer was present for this months meet- ing and they are always glad to have her. That afternoon they had pop- corn and watched the movie, "Blank Check". October 19th, the following residents celebrated their birthday at the resident monthly birthday party, Edith Bain, Mae Muse and Zeffie Vines. Everyone wished them a happy birthday and enjoyed cake and punch. ;bt Iagtnben BtW$ Senior Citizens News The Doniey County Senior Citizens Center wants to introduce the eight candidates who are running for the 1995 board of directors election. Absentee voting will begin October 27, 1994, and Election Day is Nov. 7, 1994. Polls will be open fzom 8:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. There is still time to get your 1995 memberships. Memberships are required to be able to vote. The candidates are: Murle Butts, Dolly F. Cole, Bill Hedges, Bob Kidd, Pat McCombs, Thelma Rudder, anita Thomas, and Lawrence Whitehead. There were nine lucky winners for the Bingo games Oct. l& They were: Era Garland, Thelma Rudder, Avos and Andy Henderson, Eda Walln, Thelma Behrens, D.W. and Lucille Swain, and Betty Thomas. The Donley County Senior Citizens Center is now selling tickets on a 19 inch Zenith color "IV with remote control. The tickets are $1.00 each or 6 tickets for $5.00. The "IV will be given away on December 15, 1994, in downtown Clarendon. Anyone interested in tickets can call 874-2665. All proceeds from the tickets sales wig benefit the Center. Reminders: Monday, October 31, Senior Citizens Dance Club, 7-9 p.m.; Tuesday, Nov. 1, Blood Pressure and Blood Sugar Clinic, 10:.30 a.m.-12 noon. I I October 21st, residents were given a Pizza Party donated by Jeff and Debbie Howard, owners of JAMZ. The residents can certainly put away the Pizza. Tbeywould like to let Jeff and Debbie know how much they appreciated their time, effort and kindness. You have brought a small piece of the com- muulty into their home. After all the goodies this week, they will have to double up on exercise group. October 28th, residents will have their Halloween Party with homemade ice cream, popcorn, punch and other refreshments. Halloween night from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., the residents will be giving out candy to the community children ages 0 - 10 years. They invite YOU to bring your little ghosts Harvest Moon Carnival Set Are you looking for a great wayto spend a Saturday evening with your "-family?. Come to the Harvest Moon Carnival on Saturday, October 29th from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Old CHS Gym. There will be twenty booths featuring games, food, and crafts will be available to entertain both the young and young at heart. There will be a Spook House for those seeking chills and thrills, a cake walk for those with a sweet tooth, and a sponge throw for those daring enough to take aim at their "favorite" teacher. There will be a complete concession with snacks, such as popcorn balls and caramel apples, as well as meal type foods. The Broncos parents with the assistance of all CHS athletes and the CHS Student Council are sponsoring this carnival to provide a safe alter- native to the sometimes dangerous hofiday festivities. The Student Council is encouraging participation in this drug free endeavor as this carnival falls on the last day of Red Ribbon Week. All proceeds will be used to fund the annul All-Sports nanq=t hetd ;-the spring. and goblins out to visit the residents as well as give them a safe place to trick or treat to insure you safety. They will be posting signs so be on the look out. They look for- ward to seeing you and are very excited about this event. The Staff and Residents would like to let the  Ladies Auxiliary and the Ladies of The First Baptist Church of Howardwlck know how much they appreciate the bibs they made for the residents. They are greatly ap- preciated and will be put to good use. Everyone appreciates your time and hard work. The Medical Center would also like to welcome Betty W;llim to their facility. They are happy to have her with them. 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