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CLARENDON COLLEGE MEN 5 BASKETBALL h " D" H BULLDOG SCHEDULE H At ;l:t b:l:a c h B ,?TLhN' St.;LLDOCS 19 9 4- 9 5 Joe Mondragon No v__.._. 3,4,5, 8 10,1[,12 15 17 [8,19 21 28 Dec___u_ 2,3 Jan___._u 6,7 20 21 23 27,28 30 Feb__....:. 2 6 9 13 16 18 20 23 Seward Co. Classic TBA Western Okla St College 7:30 Souh Plains College Classic TBA Western Okla St College 7:30 Lamar College 7:00 Bulldog Classic 7:30 Abilene Christian Univ. JV 5:30 Hardin Simmons Univ. JV 7:00 Merchants Classic A prowler can get away with a lot in the dark. Shed some light on the problem with floodlights, guard-lites and post-top lamps from West Texas Utilities. For one low monthly fee, we'll provide normal installation, maintenance, replacement components and electricity. You'll have a lighting system tailored to your needs. Call your local WTU office today (before sundown) for a FREE estimate or more information. Outdoor Lighting Faxm00 WTU 8:00' BrooMhaven College Classic TBA Air Force Prep 4:00 Lamar College 7:00 South Nazarene JV 7:30 Clarendon College Claslc 8:00 NMMI 7:30 Liberal, KS Altus, OK Levelland, TX Clarendon, TX Clarendon, TX Clarendon, TX Abilene, TX Abilene, TX Clarendon, TX NOVEMBER 3 4 5 S 10 11 12 15 18 19 21 24 25 26 29 DECEMBEX Dallas, TX Colorado Spring Lamar, CO 5 Clarendon, TX 6 Clarend6n, TX I0 Rosvell, NM Howard Payne JV 7:00 Clarendon, TX Okla Baptist Univ. JV 3:30 Shawnee, OK Southern Nazarene Univ. JV 7:00 Bethany, OK Wayland Baptist Univ. J 7:00 Plainview, TX South Plains College 7:30 Clarendon, TX Howard Payne Univ. JV 5:00 Brownwood, TX Okla Baptist Univ. JV 7:30 Clarendon, X NMMI 7:30 Clarendon, TX HEAD COACH: JOS MONDRAGON STUDENT ASSISTANTS: PRESIDENT: DR. JERRY STOCKTON CHRISTANA HOMMEL COLORS: FOREST GREENWHITE ERICA VICK MASCOT: BULLDOG Winkle Family Reunion Held The vcmUe family reunion was held October 15th and 16th in Claren- don, Texas, at the home of Ben and Nell Burrow. This was the first reunion for the family and a lot of fun and fellowship was enjoyed by:. Wesley and EnyMee (Winkle) Blalock and Bryant Blalock, Talco; Gene and Linnie (Winkle) Pitchford, Jo and Christi Meadows, Elder and Marie (W'mide) Mills, Christopher and Shawna Mills, all from Snyder; Bill and Vel Winkle of Clarendon; Quency and Terasa Meadows, Pauls Valley, Ok; Wayne and Alease Blalock, Lincoln, Miss.; Cecil, Mendy, Page, Jake, Kate, and Audry Burrow, Calvin, Beverly, Sabrina, Catrina and Byron Burrow, Nelda, Dar- rell, and Gabrialle Lunsford, Andrew Winkle, all from Clarendon, Texas; Billy, Becky, and James Winkle, Paris, Texas; Harilee and Betty Whitehead, Pampa, "Ix; and the host and Hostess, Ben and Nell (Winkle) Burrow. Passed a law allowing the elderly to get care at home instead of hav- ing to go to nursing homes Protected the elderly by making health insurance company scares a crime Named Legislator of the Year by: Texas Academy of Family Physicians Texas Joint Conference on Aging Older Women's League Pol, M. Pd. by the Carriker Ounl, Pa Box 517. Roby, TX 79543 CLARENDON COLLEGE LADY BULLDOGS 1994-95 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE MEXICO R2d4GER SW CHRIS'nAN WOSC GOLD RUSH CLASSIC GOLD RUSH CLASSIC GOLD RUSH CLASSIC WOSC SCCC CLASSIC SCCC CLAIC SOUTH PLAINS COFFEYVILI NEO SEWARD OUm /.qUARY CISCO CLASSIC CISCO CLASSIC CISCO "I'BA ODESSA TX TBA ODESSA'rx TBA ODTX 5:30 ALTUS OK TBA GARD crrY ! TBA GARDEN crrY ! TBA GARDEN CITY! 5:30 TA LIBERAL KS TSA LmEXa/. KS 7.'OO 6:00 2:OO 2:OO 7:30 OKC 5 6 7 14 20 21 23 28 31 FEBRUARY TBA CLCO TX TBA CLCO TX 4:00 C OF C CLASSIC C OF C CLASC C OF C CLASSIC OTEO AIR FORC PREP AIR FORCE IV MIDLAND P..LA,NDS ODESSA Public Notice TBA ODES,f TX " TB& ODESSA TX TBA ODESSATX 4.'OO CL'IX II:00AM MST 7"OO MIDLAND TX 6.0 EL RENO OK 4 OTERO 4.O g REDLANDS 6:00 13 ODESSA 6.'00 22 GARDEN CITY 7.-00 DISTRdCT TOURNANNT TBA LA FONTACO CLTX -TBA MARCH NATIONAL TOURNAMEbE TBA TBA Cogege Students Named To Who's Who Thc1994 edition of Who's Who Among Students in lieges will include 27 Clarendon College students. These! standing campus leaders were selected based on their academic ment, community service, leadership in extracurricular potential for future success. The students from Clarendon Join an elite group representing 1,800 institutions Students receiving this honor include: Spenee Bell, Colorado; Katy Browning, Miami; Kati Christeusen, Riverton James Deathrage, Clarendon; Chance Farmer, Ennis; Brandi Graford; Regina Gollihugh, Hereford; Shed Hall, Clarendon; AUsa lure, Ransom Canyon; Noboru Hayakawa, Clarendon; Johnston, Pampa; Mechell Lowe, Dublin; Cory MaD, Dimmitt; Miller, Memphis; Stacie Murdock, Memphis; Michiyo Clarendon; Laeey Parks, Roaring Springs; Amy Phillips, White Blmsom Rowe, Welling*on; Darcie Schenk, Umbarger, Corey Sterling City;, Ronald Suiter, Clarendon; Meghan Swanek, Alberta, Canada; Amanda Ward, Hedley; Shoni Wilk, Pampa; Womble, Victoria; Clay Don Wright, Clarendon Southwestern Bell Telephone Company (SWBT) has filed an applica- tion with the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUC) to restructure the current PLEXAR I and II servioe offedngs. This restructure will sig- nificantly change PLEXAR I and II services. The restructuring of PLEXAR I will, among other things: (1) reduce the maximum line size from 30 to 9; (2) obsolete and grandfather certain optional features; (3) eliminate the requirement to subscdbe to Feature Package Two in order to subsodbe to certain optional features; (4) reduce the nonrecurring and monthly rates of certain features; and (5) increase the nonrecurring charges for the PLEXAR I System Charge ($2.10 to $8.00), Call Transfer Disconnect feature ($3.00 to $8.00), and Convenience Dialing I feature ($6.35 to $6.00). All current PLEXAR I customers will have the option of keeping their current PLEXAR I service, switching to the new restructured PLEXAR I ser- vice, or switching to PLEXAR II service with ten or more lines. The proposed PLEXAR II restructure will, among other things: (1) change the tariffed offering to serve the market segment of 10-74 sta- tions; (2) create two station pricing structures, one for customers with 10-29 stations, and one for customers with 30-74 stations; (3) reduce the sensitivity for the loop portion of the rate to two price bands: 0-2 miles, and beyond 2 miles; (4) offer a PLEXAR II basic station that can be flexibly configured, from a number of standard features, to meet the individual customer requirements; (5) change the way the termina- tion liability is calculated so the customer is responsible for 65% rather than 56% of the present worth of the remaining monthly payments in the contract; (6) create an option that allows month-to-month cus- tomers to convert to long term contracts of at least three years and receive a credit or =contract signing bonus"; and (7) establish a System Subsequent Change Charge which applies par serving central office when changes are made that affect the entire system. Current PLEXAR II customers will also have the option of keeping their current PLEXAR II service, or switching to the new restructured PLEXAR II service. PLEXAR II customers with at least 75 stations also have the option of switching to PLEXAR Custom service in cer- tain situations. This application has been assigned Docket Number 13210. Persons who wish to comment on this application should notify the Commission by November 28, 1994. Requests for further information should be mailed to the Public Utility Commission of Texas, 7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard, Suite 400N, Austin, Texas 78757, or you may call the PUC Public Information Office at (512) 458-0256, or (512) 458-0221 tele- typewriter for the deaf. For more Information about this application, please call your local Southwestern Boll Account Representative. Southwestern Bell Telephone Senior Citizens Menu Oct. 27-Nov. 2 "l%mday. Turkey Dressing, Candied Green Beans, Mixed Pastries, Bread, Coffee, Milk Friday. Chicken Steak, Cream Potatoes, T nip Greens, Jello Purple Plums, Wheat Coffee, Tea, Milk Monday. Sweet n Pork Chops, Au Potatoes, Fried Okra Salad, Gingerbread, Roll, Coffee, Tea, Milk Taelay:. Chicken w/Gravy, Rice Pilaf, Peas, Tropical Fruit, Pie, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Milk Weeday. Cream Potatoes Gre= Beam, Toss Sahd, bier, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Milk Concrete & Dirt Work Odvev=y= (d KinUs) Cdlrl Bkhoe Dozer Makmbxr Work Vemle Ford Redi- Mix 874-2751