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November 15, 2007

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The Clarendon Enterprise November 15, 2007 %::i:. :'~;!i~" " The Clarendon Lions Club cel- ebrated its 85th anniversary during its annual Charter Banquet last Tuesday night. Thirty people attended the ban- quet, which featured entertainment, the crowning of club's new sweet- heart, and presentation of awards. The gospel trio of Matthew Stidham, Donnie Hall, and Dan Hall provided exceptional musical entertainment that had Lions and their guests tapping their feet and singing along. Clarendon High School senior Abby patten was crowned as the Lions' Sweetheart and presented with roses, a tiara, and sash of her office. Miss Patten will receive a scholarship, participate in club activ- ities, and represent Clarendon at the district convention next spring. Lion Chuck Robertson was named the Lion of the Year for his dedicated service to the cause of Lionism, particularly for his efforts overseeing the club's flag program. Lions Mark C. White and Jerry Woodard were presented with service keys for sponsoring new members in the past year. Lion Bill Lowe was recognized for this his 58th year as a member of the club. Members and guests attending this year's banquet included Lion Bill and Lynn Lowe, Lion Don Smith, Lion Jerry Woodard, Lion of the Year Chuck Robertson, Lion Sweetheart Abby Patten, and Lion Mark C. White. ENTERPRISE PHOTO / ROGER ESTLACK Lion Jimmy and Paula Johnson. Lion Bill Auvenshine, Lion Monty and Melody Hysinger, Lion Marvin and Sharon Elam, Lion Sweetheart Abby and Brit Patten, Boss Lion Richard Sheppard, Lion Roger and Ashlee Estlack. Lion Steve Hall. Lion Chuck and Lindsey Robertson. Lion Cameron Word. Lion Jerry and Nelda Woodard. Lion Mark and Sheila White. Lion Mike and Susan Word. Lion Delbert Robertson. Dan and Michelle Hall. Donnie Hall. and Matthew Stidham. The banquet was catered by Misty Warren, and decoratioris for the evening were prepared by Ashlee Estlack and Anndria Kidd. P f @ @ @ 7:30 p.m. Saturday, December 1 OANl:m,H, AH i3tfli]] TO N Tickets $50/Couple Available at Henson's, ~. The Enterprise, or any Museum Board Member Need Not Be Prexem To Win li new urnl ure Students and faculty have a new place to hang out now that new patio furniture has been purchased and installed on the outdoor patio behind the Vera Dial Dickey Library at Clarendon College. The furniture was purchased with donations from the "Meet the Challenge" campaign held in 2005; ~'~ q~l~ ', $ i~:3' 'million':, libr~/~as dedicated on February 3,2005, and during a thank you to those who donated to the college, CC Founda- tion Chairman Walt Knorpp unveiled. his campaign, in which he and his wife, Alderman Janice Knorpp, agreed to put up a maximum of $10,000 to match other donations. "Clarendon College is Donley County's best asset," Knorpp said. "So ~many goals have been accom- plished:~ the last three years, but we can't stop now." The ne~ furniture consists of 1 mandy@rhond reathousenet II I I. F I IT. - !"I r F - I ' ~I P i "~' ',: ,i~, . p C L:' six tables, five"benches, and four *,Q trash receptacles. The area will provide an ideal outdoor space for Janice and Walt Knorpp with new outdoor furniture at the CC Vera teachers and students to relax or Dtal Dtcke Ltbrar Y Y" PHOTO COURTESY CC MARKETING DEPARTMENT study between classes, a location for -- outdoor receptions, and can-also be utilized as an outdoor classroom. ~(,~ The library was named for the k ~~ P late Vera Dial Dickey, a resident of Memphis, who had a passion for /4kre YOU 111 LIOOO rlealtn. h, education and who left a generous If you are ages 26-40 a $6,050* complete funeral 111 gift to CC after her death. Executors you pay only $2,500! You save $3,560! of her estate and several citizens of if you are ages 46-50 a $6,050" complete funeral Memphis attended thededicatlon, if yoY:rUePTe ~Y.$655 4aO$~,oYsoSToern$21660t~neraI The Donley CounW State Bank, Herring Bank, Community Bank, The library features amenities you pay only $4,9OO! You save $1,160! and participating Clarendon merchants proudly present the eleventh annual such as a computer lab w~th 45 com uters three stud redin, / a areas, tT~ 111~'131~/Sbl~/ta~eabf v:ldar~l~c~'Pl~T"~t~:~e~O~F~:~ t1 Iistmas Cash P Y g *The $ 6060 price shown includes all traditional service items, imnroved office and work~nattag steel protective casket, protective Wilbert vault, and opening and t" V-----" closing the grave and equipment setup at Citizens Cemetery. and special display cases. Dufyou know that when you prearrange andprefundyour *,m ~ . funeraf z~'th us, we can save you money? Not only ~n'll 0% interest loan progra [~ ~.~ i~li[.~I[,~'g'g'g'~ //l you lock into today's prices, but you will also give you I XK f/~#~iiT~ / I andyourfamily the comfort of knowing that yourfinal I I ~s and e.wenses are ta~sn care of. We have made --.---~ ~n~--mm~a.T-, II prearranging a funeral as easy as possib~, Now you can - I prearrange yourfuneralonfi'ne! From the comfort of your ~'~ ~ ~ ~i,- ~ i- I own home you can select the servu:es and merchandLce of your choice from our website, and the pgan will be emai~d '' "'" I to us. Clarendon, Howardwick and Hedley residents, we ":"" I o~r all benefits on preneedplans plus morel We have preneed p~ins that suit evbry budget! We can conduct ~4~1/I~ll'~I i~ dlll~ [ ~Nlll I hoal'oll~i serv/ces anywhere you needus togo, wheOier it beAmaril/o :/:i,i :: Ch "stmas C sh can be shear at any of these oarticioat- ,::::~iiii:~.ii:. ine local merchant.s: F[II [ Sat. or any otherplace in the panhand&, state, or country. Call ~!~ : ; - ~~:i :~':' " Ace Hardware, Bronco Burger, Clarendon Auto Sales, Clar- --.All Tickel~ IS6 " day us OrorStOpto transfer by anytime a plat n f~, get oraY ur another preneedpfan fu neralhome startedto ustto-. ~~i ~:~:: ~c~%~:~ ~~ii~ii:!~" ~:~ endon C arendon Outpost, Steakhouse Clarendon,Commun Veterinary ty Bank, Hospital Cornell & Vet s Count Supply, ry ~ ~ ?O~~ --~[~~'I ~ : I pany, Mike's Pharmacy, Nuttin' Fancy Cafe. Saye's, Sonic Drive-Cranny' Flo)'d's Automotive Supply. Henson's, Herring Bank, Kenny's I [~:~][~ Store, Country Bloomers Flowers& Gifts, Every Nook& &W Lumber Lowe's Fam Center McKinne Motor Com- " ~:~i::::: In, Stavenhagen Video, and The Clarendon Enterprise. Barber Shop FUNERAL DIRECTORS and ~ S uth Sullu Street" P'O" Drawer 10c30 ' Thank you plv -- ------ Clarendon, Texas 79c2c26 Clarendon Auto /or shoppingin Clarendon FV, Sales 'q'hou~ht}ul Courteous service" !:! and have a Merry Christmas! ;::i~!: Christmas Cash RUI~S " WWI~ROBERTSONFuNERAL. COM ~,~ 204 S. Koogle, Clarendon Delbert Robertson Patrick Robertson ~:~e three Clarendon banks are offering 0% interest Christmas loans to qualifying applicants. "~:lust go to one of the participating banks, apply for your loan (maximum of $3,000 per family, I0 months repayment period), and then take your Christmas Cash to any oLtfi'e pa/:~cipating merchants to redeem it for 874-9308 c~.~ Robertson /~a~ ~ " Cameron Word Chri handise :' We appreoiate your business! . ~! Christmas Cash should be redeemed at merchants by Dec. 3 I, 2007, or can be applied toward your loan by January 4, 2008. After January 4, 2008, Christmas Cash becomes worthless.