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November 3, 1994

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, November 3, 1994 UDGING TEAM Team Finished 2nd The Clarendon College Meat Judging Team finished second at the Plains Meat Judging Contest held October 16 in Plain- The team competed against 16 other teams representing junior and four-year institutions from across the nation. The team second by a mere 16 points to a team from Kansas representing Community College. Team members from left to right were: Womble, Victoria; Coach Jerry Hawkins; Spence Bell, Gunnison, Karl Christensen, Riverton, Wyoming; Coach Eddie Behrends; , Lethbridge Alberta, Canada; Brad Wrye, Estancia, New Sid Smith, Georgetown; Kevin Rejcek, Ennls. As a team Clarendon brought home top honors in four of the six Top honors came in the area of lamb and pork judging, placing, The team finished third in beef grading. Kati Chfistensen turned in a solid performance as she was the high of the contest and captured top honors lamb judging and the contest. She also recorded a second place  in fourth place finish in platings and tied for fifth in beefjudg sixth high individual of the contest and he recorded a third position in pork judging and questions and a fifth place finish in for fifth in beef grading. Smith finished eighth high overall was the high individual in pork judging and plaeings. Other team awards were: Bell-second high individual lamb judging Wrye-second high individual in plaeings. The contest is an annual event sponsored by the Excel Corporation the city of Plainview. Dortha Mae MeNutt service for Mrs. Dor- tha Mae McNutt, age 66, held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, 28, 1994 in Robertson aes in Clarendon Rev. M.B. Smith, Pastor of Friendship Baptist Church in and Bright Newhouse, of the Hedley Church of officiating. Interment was Cemetery in Wheeler, with arrangements under e direction of Robertson Inc. of Claren- Mrs. McNutt was dead on ar- tal at Amarillo Emergency Center in Amarillo a sudden illness. She was brn October 10, 1928 in Texas and had been of Pampa for 40 years moving to Howardwick 10 perator Hobart Street Beauty Shop in Pampa for 4 years and was employed by Cabot Corporation for one year. She had also been a school bus driver for the Pampa ISD for 12 years before her retire- ment. She was currently a volun- teer worker for Yesterday's Children Organization and a member of the Barrett Baptist Church in Pampa. She married Joseph Thomas McNutt on December 10, 1944 at Wheeler. She was preceded in death by one daughter, Betty Ruth Mc- Nutt in 1947. Survivors include her hus- band, Joe McNutt of Howardwick; her mother, Cleo Clark of Claren- don; four daughters, Dortha Jo Stewart of Dumas, Glenda Ingalls of Bloomfield, New Mexico, Wanda DeWitt of Perryton, Sue- Zan Montgomery of Pampa; two sisters, Marie Woodruff and Ruth Golleher both of Pampa; twelve grandchildren; and nine great grandchildren. Casket bearers were Chad Ingalls, Chaun Ingalls, Ron Stevens, Don Conner, Kelly Pen- land, Mark Montgomery, Michael Montgomery, and Lesley Montgomery. Honorary bearers were Rhett Balzer and Jeff Silva. The family requests that memorials be to Yesterday's Children in Clarendon or a favorite charity. Mrs. I.inda Louise LuttreH Fneral services for Mrs. Linda Luttrell, age 52, were held at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, Oc- tober 28, 1994 in the First Baptist Church in Clarendon with Rev. Truman Ledbetter, Pastor, of- ficiating. Interment was in Jericho Cemetery with arrangements under the direction of Robertson Funeral Director, Inc. in Claren- don. Mrs. Luttrell died at 8:02 p.m. on Tuesday, October 25,1994 at High Plains Baptist Hospital in Amarillo following a sudden ill- ness. She was born October 5,1942 in Amarillo and had been a resi- dent of Amarillo since 1963. She married W. Leo "Bud" LuttreU on September 16,1961 at Groom. She had been employed by Plains Chevrolet in Amarillo beginning in 1963 and had been the office manager at Westgate Chevrolet in Amarillo for the past several years. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Groom. Survivors include her hus- band, Leo "Bud" Luttrell of Amarillo; her mother and step- father, Melba and Johnny Leathers of Clarendon; a sister-in- law, Betty Rae Brown of C-room; one niece, Heather Brown of Groom; and one nephew, Kevin Brown of Groom. Casket bearers were LcRoy Pullum, Nace Baggerman, Clarence Young, Ernest Johnston, Billy Ray Johnston, and Howard Raef. Honorary bearers were Jimmy Bullard, Kenton Lowery, Wayne Leathers, Benny Neal Cross, Mike Lowery, Kenny Angel, Troy Ritter, Seth Ritter, Jeff Addington, Donald Ritter, and Joe Lynn Leathers. The family requests that memorials be to the American Heart Association or to a favorite charity. Wilfred Mayes Hott FUMaeral services for Wilfred yes Hott, age 77, were held Thursday, October 6, 1994 at College Station City Cemetery with Mr. Bob Davidson, pastor of A&M Church of Christ. Burialwas at Col- lege Station City Cemetery. Mr. Hott died October 2, at his residents in Bryan, Texas. He was born April 21, 1917 at Cham- berlain Community, Donley Coun- ty, Texas. He was the retired head of the Production Adjustment Division of the United States Department of Agriculture. He retired with 41 years of service. In World War If, he was in the US Army serving in Intelligence & Communication. His duty included deciphering secret codes "Restore Local Control Of Our Schools" "Select Textbooks That Reaffirm Parental Values and Authority" "Relieve Paperwork Load On Teachers" "Reduce Top Heavy Educational Bureaucracy" Richard Watson, candidate State Board @Education Richard the war. He earned a bachelors de- gree in business administration, and a minor in music at Sam Hous- ton State Teacher's College. He was preceded in death be his wife, Jerry Hott, on March 27, 1994. Survivors includes, two daughter Phyllis Wilson & husband N or State Board of Education Pd PaL Adv. Wstle For Edlc.4en, P.O. Bolt a49, Gamin, Tit    Tm Jim of Abilene, Texas, Jan Smith & husband Frank of Spring, Texas; One brother, Jim Hott & wife Donna of Houston, Texas; five grandchildren. Please send Memorial to The School Of World Evangelism A&M Church of Christ, 1001 F.M. 2818, College Station, Texas 77840 or Hearld of Truth, Highland Church of Christ, Abilene, Texas. Our Trip To The Moving Wall by Josiah Scott on Wednesday, October 19th, Clarendon Junior High, which is made up of the sixth, seventh and eighth grades, went to Amarillo to join in the Moving Wall ceremonies. At the Wall we were divided into groups. Some veterans from Vietnam led the groups. After stopping at a tent to look up names of family or friends on the wall, we were off to the Wall itself. As we walked by looking at the Wall a few of us stopped to take pictures or make tracings of the Wall. A loud speaker was set up and a narrator called out the names on the Wall in alphabetical order. The narrator also told the ranks and the town the person was from. After everyone had seen the whole Wall, it was off to the buses and the trip back to Clarendon. Our trip to the Wall was both educational and memorable. Village with Accessories (Some retired pieces available) Handmade Childrens & ., ; Adult Clothing 322 S. Kearney - Clarendon, Texas SAVE ON PEPSI-COLA 6 PACK CANS 12 OZ. ALLSUP'S SAUSAGE, EGG & BISCUIT FOR ONLY ON ALLSUP'S CHIMICHANGA, FOR ONLY DETERGENT- SANDWICH BREAD Sl EACH OR SHURFINE CANNED VEGETABLES CORN, PEAS, GREEN BEANS HOMINY & SPINACH SHURFINE TOMATO SAUCE FRITO LAY IT, CHEETOS, & FUNYUNS GRAB BAGS REGULAR 69 , s HOMOGENIZED MILK GALLON ALLSUP'S ICE CREAM 1/2 GALLON VALLEY FARE BATHROOM TISSUE 4 ROLL PKG. KS 12 OF. PKG. LESS TRIDENT GUM VAL-U-PAK ASSORTED CANDY BARS 3F0,99 SHURFINE bOG FOOD $4.49