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Page 6 Howells' Chili House Invites You To Enjoy Some New Items On Our Expanded Menu James & Leanne Howell 874-3391 U] s tdp, Basket chicken strips, fries, gravy and Texas toast. On Sale at Dairy Queen November 7 - 27, i 994. @Reg TM Am. D.Q. Corp. "Reg. TM Tx. D,Q. Op. Coun. OTx. D.O. Op. Coun. At participating Dairy Queen stores 1 "s3.99 Six-piece One of the major causes of energy loss in a home is poor insulation. And loss of energy can mean loss of money. Adding insulation to your attic is one of the easiest ways to add comfort and efficiency to your home. information, For more energy saving call the Good Cents people at West Texas Utilities Company. WEST TEXAS UTILITIES COMPANY A Central and South West Company =;bt q1artnbeu .tu City Minutes October 25, 1994 The Board of Aldermen of the City of Clarendon met in regular session on October 25, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the Board Room of City HaIL Members present: Mayor Steve Smith, Aldermen Delmar Wiggs, Mac Stavenhagen, Shawn Barker, and David Pitts. Members absent: Alderman Bobbie Kidd. Others present: City Secretary Sue Howard, City Super- intendent Jim Roberts, City Clerk Janice Barbee, Ernie Johnston, and Mr. Wilbert Bernabe. Minutes of the October 11, 1994, meeting were read and upon a motion by Alderman Mac Staven- hagen, seconded by Alderman Del- mar Wiggs, said minutes were ap- proved. Motion carried. Motion was made by Alder- man Delmar Wiggs, seconded by Alderman David Pitts, to send the City Secretary and the City Clerk to Texas Notary Law and Procedure Seminar on November 16, 1994. Motion carried. Motion was made by Alder- man David Pitts, seconded by Alderman Mac Stavenhagen, to order an audit of the City books by CPA Gordon Maddox. Motion carried. Bids were opened on the re- quest for proposals for the com- puter system. Bids are as follows: USTI = Irving, TX Hardware & Software Total $23,194.00 Incode - Lubbock, TX Hardware & Software $21,274.20 Kiowa Creek - Clarendon, TX Hardware & Soft $ 7,755.25 AVR - Houston, TX Hardware & Software $19,128.00 Decision was made to table the computer proposals until time was taken to compare the programs presented. A meeting was set for November 1, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. The City Secretary was in- structed to write a letter to Terri Deputy with the Hotsy Totsy Hot SaueeCompany as a follow up' to her visit with the City Aldermen. There being no further busi- ness at this time, motion was made by Alderman Delmar Wiggs, seconded by Alderman David Pitts, to adjourn. Motion carried. November 1,1994 Called Meeting The Board of Aldermen of the City of Clarendon met in a called meeting on November 1, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the Board Room of City Hall to discuss the proposals for the computer system. Members present: Mayor Steve Smith, Aldermen Delmar Wiggs, Shawn Barker, David Pittss Bobbie Kidd, and Mac Staven- hagen. Members absent: None. Others present: City Secretary Sue Howard and City Clerk Janice Barbee. The Aldermen discussed the proposals for the computer sys- tems, considering pros and cons for each bid. Motion was made by Alderman David Pitts, seconded by Alderman Shawn Barker, to accept the bid of Incode from Lubbock with the addition of upgrading the computers. Ineode was chosen be- cause of their experience in the field of municipal utility billing and fund accounting, their phone sup- port system, and the fact that In- code works with several cities of our size in this area. Motion car- ried with one opposed. Mac Stavenhagen opposed. There being no further busi- ness at this time, motion was made by Alderman Bobbie Kidd, seconded by Alderman Delmar Wiggg to adjourn. Motion carried. Hedley Senior Citizens Menu Nov. 10-16 Tnarsday:. Roast Beef, Augratin Potatoes, Green Beans, Fruit Salad, Cake, Roll Milk, Tea, Coffee giday:. Beef Stew w/Peas, Carrots, Tomatoes, Potatoes, Onions, Celery, Hominy Salad, Peach Cob- bler, Corn Muffins, Milk, Tea, Coffee Monday:. Sour Kraut & Wieners, Tator Tots, Tos Salad, Baked Apples, Corn Mutran, Milk, Tea, Coffee Tmmday:. Oven Fried Chicken, Macaroni & Cheese, Blackeyed Peas, Jelled Fruit, Pumpkin Pie, Wheat Roll Milk, Tea, COe Wedoesday: Steak & Gravy, Baked Potato, Green Beans, Toss Salad, Banana Pudding, Roll Milk, Tea, Cof- fee l l FISH Now is the time for Pemi ami Itlke Stocidng llybrld llluegl Barn, Chanmt Catfish, lheod Mhmom, 1Hplold Gram Carp, Black p Tee  row# wla ram,oH tbewetOt er2 lt2 to 3 nm. We tembh met llaea CmtahmWe gearmtee Itve ddtva sep  ee -a uom Fmmm; Cmm rh Ddivtwm be qamda Nevemlm" 15, at tbe Umes Usted for the f,m ml em. mmaOnh-Mempl/lm-mt Gin XgJ.2t45 IL am. Clmua.WhlWs FI &  174-3.t171 le:e0-lt:e0 am. Clamle-Certb Gra Esn I Step 226-5341 12:00-1..00  1d me. ek4 2:ee.3:m p.m. TuIB N Farm  995-M 4..00..00 p.m. Cd yof loml ked store to llCe yore. order er roll: (Wb3777-22 Td Fn: 1.800.433-2 slm  m Imlp lmmh 1 lale onhrL DUNN'S FISH FARM L'O.B8$ OK 74S Osburn Appliance ano Rabbit's Appliance Service We service all of appliances appliances for sale with one-year warrranty No buy used appliances. Phone 874-3632 319 S. Kearney "Rabbit" Osburn Thursday, November 10 CCISD Minutes Board of Trustees, Minutes of October 12, 1994, regular meeting. District met in regular session at 7:30 p.m. in the Building. Dan Hall opened with a prayer. Members present were President Johnny Floyd, Vice-President Hall, Secretary Lynne W'dliams, Phil Fletcher, Wayne Hardin, Bivens, and Joe Lemiey, late arrival. Members absent: none. School ( cials Present: Phil Barefield, Superintendent, Larry Jeffers, High Principal, and Mike Word, Elementary Principal. Others present Kelly Kelley. Minutes of the Special Meeting on September 8th, on September 8th, and Special Meeting of September 15th were Motion byElmonette Bivens, seconded by as mended. Motion carried unanimously 5-0-0. The finandal statement for the month, board action. Bills incurred by the Clarendon Pubfic School and the B1 were presented. Motion by Phil Fletcher, bills be allowed and ordered paid. Motion carried unanimously 5-0-0 Elmonette Bivens abstained on Biven's Pharmacy and Lynne the bill from The Clarendon News. Open Forum: No presentations. Motion by Wayne Hardin, seconded by Dan Hall to commissioner's court to deed the one acre tract of the Lelia to obtain clear title for Clarendon CISD. Motion carried 5-0-0. Motion by Wayne Hardin, seconded by Elmonette Bivens amendments to the District-Wide Educational Improvement council ] as presented. Motion carried unanimously 6-0-0. The board discussed the need for one or two new buses and one Further information will be gathered before action is taken. Motion by Wayne Hardin, seconded by Dan Hall t( as listed: Code Budget Amendment Adj Bud 101-11-6399-00-202-510-000 2,000 5,498 7 Elem General Supplies 101-11-6399-01-101-510-000 -0- 5,832 5, Elem Curriculum Supplies 101-11-6399-01-001-510-000 -0- 41,409 41,4( Band Instruments 101-00-8990 -0- i, 579 Purchase Delinq Taxes CED 101-41-6413-00-700-501-000 i, 500 I, 000 Stipends Board of Trustees 101-11-6399-00-001-510-000 3,000 1,350 4,3i General Supplies 101-11-6399-00-041-510-000 6,696 717 7, General Supplies Motion carried unanimously 6-0-0. Enrollment report : Elementary 235 Junior High 122 High School 163 Total : Board members expressed appreciation and support for Kent lison, Athletic Director, and his staff as well as Todd Baker, Band Admires" trative Reports: Mike Word: 68% have perfect attendance, working ing, Head Start Class is progressing well preschool class doing elementary program is going better than last year, fire safety has emphasized this week, hosting cluster program for area schools in l elementarylibrary, October 21st students will attend a health fair at don college, Head  playground planned in future :phases through federal funds, open house planned for November 7th WTA&M student teachers. Larry Jeffers: Attendance a concern for some students but 67 perfect attendance, working on campus improvement plan, had pizza for students with recognition for groups, teacher appraisals have Student Council was in charge of the District Meeting, next week, Juniors are taking PSAT, District Cross Country Saturday in Canadian, District FFA is in Clarendon October 23rd band contest is that afternoon, Texas Successful Schools Award nounced. Board members who attended the School Board reported that the training was very beneficial Phil Barefield: Presented synopsis of Educational Tape Series on local cable, CISD will host a teleconference "The Big Lie about Schools", a legal seminar is scheduled in Amarillo in December tution of smoke-free policy. Motion by Dan Hall, seconded by Wayne Hardin to adjourn to call of the President or until the next regular meeting of 1994 at 7:00 p.m. in the Administration Building. Motion carried monsly 6-0-0. Johnny Floyd, President Attest: Lynne Williams, Secretary Clarendon Mental Health Center Would like to give a big THANK YOU to everyone who made their Craft & Bake Sale such a big Success. Art & Nails by Donores has moved 1 mL South on Hwy 70, lira .2 ml Wont Call 874-3968 Tanning Special: 10 Sessions for Manicure, Pedicures & Gift Items MOTOR COMPANY HIGHWAY 287 CLARENDON. tEXAS BUICK - OLDSMOBILE - CHEVROLE3 - GEO PONTIAC - CADILLAC; - GNIC TRUCKS CLAUD ROBISON HOME PHONE 806--874-2785 CHAMBERLAIN MOTOR CO. Highway 287. Es Ctrendo Texm 79226 Clarendon (806)874-3527 Amarillo 376-9041 Texas %&ATS (800)692-408