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"Oldest thriving town in the Panhandler' 50. 007040 ISSN 1048-81"/0 Thursday, November 3, 1994 Vol 5, Number 44 Demonstrates New Digital Sateflite System i : the Civic Center in Amarillo, Mandy MeKinney (center) won the title for Little Miss Amarillo. is the daughter of Lyn and Glna McKinney of Clarendon. And Bake Planned The Clarendon Mental Health t Center is having their 1st An- Craft and Bake Sale, Friday, 4, from 9 a.m. to 5:30 and Saturday, November 5, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. There will handcrafts, woodcrafts, and lots Christmas items for sale along , delicious baked items. The Center is located at 111 across the street from the in Clarendon, invited to come and have a free cup of coffee, look around for that special for that certain someone! the side door entrance. Planned The Santa Fe District Dinner and Eagle Scout reunion will held November 19, 1994, at 7:00 at the St. Matthew's Epis- Church in Pampa, Texas. The Council president will be guest speaker. The dinner will by Ray's Hickory Hut Polish and more. R.S.V.P. is re- v November 14, and the For more information contact the Golden Spread Scout Service Center at Archaeology will meet Tuesday, 8, 1994, at 7 p.m. at the Featured speaker will be KINDERGARTEN AND FIRST GRADE students at Clarendon Elemon- tary participated in Drug Free week by conducting a parade for the m:hool and parents on Friday, October 28. Choir To Perform Concert vce Junior High Choir of larendon Independent Schools will be presenting a fall concert. The concert will be Mon- day, November 7,1994 at 7:00 p.m. in the High School auditorium. The choir will be performing selec- tions from the Disney Movies and "Phantom of the Opera". Tbeywill also be performing two spirituals. The choir members are students from the 7th and 8th grade. The students in the 6th grade music class will also be perform- ing. Their selections include Do, Re, Mi, from "The Sound of Music" and a choreographed hum- 4-H will be furnishing the meal except we are asking that each family bring enough dessert for their family plus one or two extra. Please RSVP to the Exten- sion Office (874-2141) so we know how many to plan for. Lions Club Hosts Explorer Program November o7, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Clarendon Lions Club Hall a firsmighter open house will be hosted for youth to "Explorer" the opportunities of career exploration as a member of Edealaos Furniture and Appliance now has RCA's new Digital Satellite System (DSS TM) for sale. As authorized ers for RCA, they are among a select network of retailers offering this equipment. The new, state-of-them system utilizes a dish 18 inches in diameter, not much bigger than a Thanksgiving turkey platter. The receivers pick up signals from two satellites, and will soon offer more than 150 channels. Selections on the new system include most of the services traditionally offered by local cable companies, but provide additional benefits, too. According to RCA, the new equipment and its programming," offers more personalized "IV choices than any other entertainment programming service." It also provides a clearer picture and better sound. The new system will provide up to 40 channels of Hollywood movies, as well as Discovery Channel, Arts & Entertainment, CNN, ALl News Channel, Weather Channel and a number of others. Eads points out that, "The RCA's hardware provides a higher resolution than normal TV signals, and it is compatible with the High Definition TVs of tomorrow. Sound quality is as good as that from CDs." | Eads has a system running in the store to demonstrate to customers. It is very impressive. Local Graduate Participates In Student Senate BradWmiams, sonofDonW'fl- liams of Clarendon and Reva W",I1; of Lubbock, is beginning his term as a West Texas A&M University student senator. Wil- hams, a senior pre-veterinary and animal science major, is a 1992 graduate of Clarendon High School Students elected him to represent the College of Agricul- ture, Nursing and Natural Scien- ees. Williams said his ultimate goal is to make a difference in the future. "I feel like I'll get out of my University what I work to put into it," Williams said. W' is also involved in Block mad Bridle, Alpha Zeta, dershlp WT and Ag F.z.ecutive 0000u00uctL W'dltams is the prestde-t of tl Pre-Vet Club. I I _ an F.,xplorer/Civil Air Patrol Cadet Post. "south, both boys and girls, who are at least 14 years of age and have completed the 8th grade or are 15 years old and have not reached their 19th birthday are eligible to join. The Explorer program is a coed youth program offered by the Boy Scouts of America. The CAP Cadet program is offered by the Civil Air Patrol, the Civilian Amfillary of the U.S. Air Force. Both programs offer youth the op- portunity for personal and leader- ship development. The BSA and the Air Force have been cooperat- ing with each other to offer a eom- bined yonth program from the days of the old Army Air Corp in 1942. Every area of career interest that is available in  life is avail- able for exploration in the ombin- ing of the two programs. Youth have the opportunity to qualify for special training ex- periences, including priw_te pilots license paid for by the Air Force; scholarships for education beyond high school; and Funl Funl Funi with other youth while learning im- portant skills for building a mature personality. The Clarendon Lions Club has agreed to sponsor the BSA Ex- plorer Program, and the process to be chartered by the CAP is under- way. BRAD WILLIAMS Museum Sheltons W'm Prize in Cookoff 'frol and Annie Shelton of : Clarendon won First Prize for their bread in "The World's Richest Chuckwagon Cookoff" at Ruidoso, New Mexico. The cookoff was held October 15 through 17. Over twenty chuckwagons competed in the contest, including such well-known figures as Red Steagall and Richard Farnsworth. Those attending also voted the Shelton's camp "the most authen- tic", although there was no ribbon for that category. An artist from Santa Fe took SChA photographs of the Sheltoa's camp andplans to use it as a model for his Jtth ir rll eall museum supp0rte, ......... .......  ' " families and friends. The fest included all kinds of The Directors of the Saints Roost arts and crafts. It was covered by Museum, invite your attendance at several western magazines, includ- their annual dance and drawing as ing Western Horseman and Rope follows: Burns. When: Saturday, December Ferrol Shekon is a partner in 3, 1994. Evening meal served after a wagon works here in Clarendon. 8.' p.m., dance from 9.0 p.m. to Correction l:00 am. Drawing all thru thz eve- nins. Where: Community building ]In the arrest report in the Oc- in Clarendon. Tickets available at -tober 20 paper, Shannon Ad. Hensons or from Museum dlreo- kins was reported to have been at tors. This is a big party so make a party at the lake. Adkins was ap. parently not at the party. Allega. plans to attend. It will be the tions against her are unrelated to holiday kick-off, that incident. Judge Attends Seminar fudge Ann Kennedy was certified at a recent 20-hour Justice of the Ju Peace Seminar held October 19-21,1994 in Lubbock. The seminar wus sponsored by the Justice of the Peace and Constables Association and is conduced by the Texas Justice Court Training Center, headquartered at Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos. The seminar is one of many held state wide to allow Justices of the Peace to meet their Continuing Judicial Education requirements as set forth in Article 27.005 of the Texas Government Code. Judges selected areas of study that closely matched their courts activity. Topics covered included: New Penal Code Review, Juvenile Law, Forcible Entry and Detainer, Traffic Law, Inquests, Small Claim Procedure, Criminal Trial Procedure, Contempt, Bond Magistrate Duties, Criminal Law Issues, Good Judging Techniques, Clerk. less Court Management, Media Relations, Code of Judicial Conduct. Sulter, who won the coveted Award in for his NavaJo Sands Paint- This art form is recognized it's uniqueness in that each tells a story. Everyone is invited to attend. Scouts To lt,s time to start shopping for Christmas. Need A Babysit- Let Girl Scout Troop 45 take of your children. Troop 45 be babysitting at the First Church from 7 a.m. to 7 Saturday, November 12 and November 26. $1.00 per each child. Bring a sack and snacks for your child. more information call Rober- Bollinger 874-5107 or Denise her entitled "Shades". The students will be present- ing a school assembly for thestu- dents in 5-8 grades at 2:00 p.m. on November 7. Bronco Parents Meeting Set Ta: Bronco parents will meet 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, November 5th at the Dairy Queen to discuss the fall fundraisers. The Harvest Moon Carnival was a huge success thanks to all of the parents who brought their children to par- ticipate in the many fun activities. 4-H Achievement Banquet Set The annual 4-H Achievement Banquet will be Monday, November 7, 1994 in the Bnirfleld Activity Center at 7.'00 p.m. All 4-H families are encouraged to at- tend as this is the night where we honor 4-H members' achieve- ments throughout the past year. FemUred Businem of the Week by Shelley Tongate wks featured business is Wanda's Hair Design located at 103 S. Kearney. The shop is owned and owxated by Wanda Nazworth, with the help of Marry Farris and Susan Bilbrey. Wanda was always interested in beauty operating, and she finally went into business and bought her own shop foux and one-half years ago. Wanda and her husband have been married 21 years and they have three children. Jimmy Dean Nazworth lives in Dallas, Jimmy Ray Nazworth lives in Ok- lahoma City, and Deana Nazworth is going to college at San Angelo State. Wanda lived in Pampa before moving to Clarendon 14 years ago. Wanda states, "I just enjoy being around people and getting to know all the ladies." Mary has 10 years experience as a hair dresser, and she has worked for Wanda since she has owned the shop. Mary states, "I enjoy meeting all the different types of people, plus I like to work and do all kinds of things. We we all kinds of clientele including men, women, cldldren old and youngl We re just everyday people down here and we enjoy being around everybody. We like tocousider ourselves asa fuil service salon. Iguessyon could say it's the  place in towni" Susan has woAzd at the shop for three years. She credits her talent to the people she trained under including Freddie  of Hairport, and Johnny Plant of the Plant. Susan stated "I prefer the chemical services and cuts, that's what I enjoy the most. I did not grow up here in Clarendon, but the people here have made me feel very welcome. I have the best customers in town, and I enjoy them very muchl" FEATURED BUSINESS OF THE WEEK, Waada's Hair Desiga