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0 1 rsday, November 10 1994 Celbr's LeaIt A Barns ats r: m Joe A. Barns died September f 25, 1994 after a traffic acci- Jnt t in Las Vegas NV. He was ,rn in Clarendon February 12, 27 to Edwin O. and Lola R. 2 rns Graduated from Clarendon ( gh after a tour of duty in the F lay in Korea he owned several i ressful restaurants in Tulia,'IX re  Orange County, Call. He w IM.  Chef at the Disney Land Hotel r.-. - [[lore accepting the position as 'rn'utive Chef for the exclusive _, Coast Country Club. He was C[tive in Chefs de Cuisine and 1., earl local, national and interna- l,, ]lal After chef organizations. : ts Ke enty-two years with the country l Disa tb he retired in LAs Vegas, NV. He was proceeded in death anizal Ibis wife Jan who gained fame as ussi, actress staring in the "Little nisml tscals" series. He was also This l Uceeded in death by two sisters 1 three brothers. He is survived ren ithree former wives who reside ,h SlhJ California. He is also survived two sons Joe A. Barns, Jr. Santa of H La, Calif. and Edwin D. Barns :rfor tke Forest, Calif. and one lare ghter Joanna Dye, Las Vegas, L1 Lti 7 three grandchildren and two ci# at- grandchildren. Also surviv- ciat [are two brothers Ned T. Barns, Li derson, NV and General Bert ucti , Barns, Farmington, NM and use lee sisters Delia Carter, Stock- lu le, 'Ix, Jewel Kolb, Raton, NM, tenl ! Annalynn Scussel, Albuquer- e, NM. cipai Joe was cremated and his this s I lies scattered in the Pacific near Catalina Island as was TvsWish. ! co Jw sPhobbie Jean Reese, age 62, mg Udied Saturday, November 5, trl , at Texarkana, Texas. on . Services will be at 2:00 p.m. aemThursday, November 10,1994 in ly xson of Amarillo and Elder rich .u Bowser, Pastor, officiating. kies  will be in Citizens Cemetery Center Nursing Home prior to her retirement. She was a member of the True Church of God In Christ. Survivors include her hus- band, Walter Reese of Clarendon; one daughter, Margaret Reese of Lafayette, Louisiana; four sons, Walter Reese Jr. of Clarendon, Bennie Reese of Texarkana, Texas, Kenneth Reese of Dallas, Keith Reese of Phoenix, Arizona; three sisters, Maudia Jones of Amarillo, Carrie Fuller of Fairfield, Califor- nia, Bessie Carter of Lawton, Ok- lahoma; four brothers, Jesse Gardner of Clarendon, Manzefl Gardner of Amarillo, Willie Gardner Jr. of Dallas, Lawrence Gardner of Pecos; 9 grandee" dren; and 2 great grandchildren. Quilang Club Meets The Friendship Quilting Club met November 1,1994 at 2:15 p.m. in the home of Jane Stevens. The business meeting was opened by Irene Jones, president. Minutes of the May 10, 1994, meet- ing were read by Jane Stevens, secretary/treasurer. The minutes were approved as read. Jane reported a bank balance of $28.49. Irene asked for nominations for a president. Vada Morrison nominated Edna Dishman, seconded by Odie Moss. Edna was elected by acclamation. Edna nominated Murle Butts for secretary/treasure. Vada made a motion that nominations cease and that Murle be elected by acclama- tion. The December Christmas will be held December 12, 1994, in the home of Yvonne Bell Me- DanieL Refreshments of cake, coffee and tea were served to Florine Ben- nett, Murle Butts, Edna Dishman, Irene Jones, Irene Mann, Yvonne Bell McDaniel, Vada Morrison, Odie Moss, and Bradis Shaller. Meeting adjourned at 3:45 p.m. Murle Butts, secretary. dH4Robertson Funeral Directors, Club Meeting i ][.,e Mrs. Reese was born April filli :ag1932 in Clinton, Oklahoma and Held r,  been a resident of Clarendon ds.  of her life. She married Wal- Reese on August 25, 1950 in endon. She had worked for :r 20 years as a private asekeeper and child care Mder for the Hayes and Slavin lies in Clarendon and for 2 s as a dietician for the Medical rNe 1926 Book Club met ovember 1, in Patching Club House. Hostesses were Dorothy White, Helena Catoe and Theima Shields. The rooms are serving table featured Thanksgiv- ing decorations. ON CLAR[NDDN'S MAIN STRFrT SINC 1311] [bt lartnbon .m Senior Citizens News The Donley County Senior Citizens Center celebrated Sharon Grady's birthday last Friday. Sharon is the Center's head cook. She does a great job and they are fortunate to have her on their staff. Board of directors president, Fred Riley, had his birthday, Monday, Oct. 7. He is 80 years young. The DCSC Center's election for their 1995 board of directors was Monday, October 7,1994. Election judges were Helena Catoe, Lee Caskey, and Mike Suiter. Forty-eight members voted absentee. Forty-four members voted on election day. These people were elected to the 1995 Donley County Senior Citizens board: Bill Hedges, Bob Kidd, Pat McCombs, and Onita Thomas. Congratulations to this fine group. The Center appreciates each one who expressed their concern for the Center by running for the board. There was an excellent group running this year. The Center will serve their Thanksgiving holiday meal, Thursday, November 17. The Center is still selling tickets on a beautiful Christmas centerpiece to be given away November 23, and TV ticket sales will go on until Dec. 15th. Tickets are $1.00 each or 6 tickets for $5.00 on both the centerpiece and the TV. Everyone is encouraged to get their tickets and help support the Center. There will not be a Birthday/Annlversary supper scheduled during December due to so many other activities. The November and December Birthday/Anniversary will be combined and held on November 29, at 6:30 p.m. Everyone with November and December birthdays and anniversaries are encouraged to attend. Reminders: Monday, Nov. 14, Senior Citizens Dance Club 7 - 9 p.m.; Tuesday, Nov. 15, Blood Pressure Clinic, 10:30-12 noon; Thursday, Nov. 17, Hearing Aid Clinic, 10 a.m. to 12 noon. The Lions Tale by Gene Alderson The Clarendon Lions Club held its regular meeting at noon on Tuesday November 1, 1994 at the Lions Hall with 14 members, 1 guest, and Lion Sweetheart Dee Williams in attendance. After a delicious baked ham dinner, the meeting was called to order by Vice-President Jimmy Johnson. Following the regular opening ceremony, Lion Bernabe gave a report on the state audit of the Lion Bingo Operation. The club authorizeA the purchase of a pair of eye glasses and the meeting was adjourned. I I Following refreshments of sandwiches, cookies, nuts and candy, apricot tea and coffee, the program was presented by JoBurta Helms, elementary music teacher in our public school. She was as- sisted by her students Lydia Hartman, Meghan McAnear, Jamie Simmons, Chrissy Martin, Shanna Shelton, and Andra Helms. The girls sang several folk songs and Mrs. Helms explained how concepts of social studies and vocabulary can be taught through these songs. After the program President Thelma Shields conducted a brief business meeting. Attending the meeting were Dorothy White, Elvie Shields, Pearl Hermesmeyer, Dorothy Whitaker, Thelma Shields, Helena Catoe, Hazel Brandon, Dikki Howell, Glenda Hawkins, and Frieda Tucker. I It's Layaway " " For Christmas Pay Only 33% of your purchase price down, then pay regularly. It's Easy! We giftwrap your purchases too- and "" make your life simple. Page 3 . I T[I SLIM SIDES DOUBLE S "IV & VCR REPAIR P.O. Box 750 Claren@ "Ix. 79226 PI (808) 874-f)81 I I IIII ml I I Thank You The Clarendon Merchants Association would like to thank everyone who came out and participated in the Autunm Festival, Oct. 31sL A special thanks to Kyle SorreH for riding his bicycle down main street. Thanks again, Clarendon Merchants Assoclsllon Special Nights at HOWELL'S CHILI HOUSE Wed.. Beef Stew & Cornpone after 5:00 p.m. Thurs.. Gourmet Night, also known as James Turned Loose in the Kitchen Whib Supplies last bo nights. I' IIIII II IIIIII I Thank You for Your Support! RANDALL SIMS DISTRICT ATrORNEY WE WILL BE CLOSED NOVEMBER 11, 1994 VETERAN'S DAY ,-,.,.-'-" Community Bank Hedley, Texas =* F00Ig.ST.I=3r4nl4-TRUST Members