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November 15, 2007

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The Clarendon Enterprise. November 15, 2007 Dairy in Amarillo and retired as liam of Amarillo; an uncle Billy Cemetery in Clarendon. Services are the general sales manager 50 years of San Antonio and many sisters under the arrangement of Robertson JOneS later. In 1953 he married Jennie and brothers-in law, nieces, neph- Funeral DirectorsofClarendon. F r a n k Abdullah. He was active in the ews, cousins and dear friends. LaDona was born February E. Jones community as a member of the He loved them all very much. 23, 1965, in Norwalk, Calif. to of Harker Masonic Lodge, a Kids Incorporated Cal and Carol Griffitts Thomas. H e i g h t s coach, The United Way and many Thomas She had been a resident of t-, upen House c died Friday, business related activities. Frank LaDona Clarendon much of her life and November 9, was a member and past director Ka Thomas, lived in Washington state for quite NOVEMBER 16 & 17 P 2007. of the Dairy Products Institute of 42y died some time. She loved her friends We inviteyou to celebrate the seasonwithusthisFridayandSat- n Funeral Texas and inducted into their Hall S 'u n d a ' and family. She attended the First o Y, services of Fame After retiring to Harker November Assembly of God in Clarendon. urday with wine, beverages, andhors [!'[ ,Jones " a doeuves all day and lunch fiom 12 were held Heights, Frank joined C.O.P.s. He 11, 2007, in Survivors include her parents, Cal p.m. to2p.m, eachday. Bringyour at Heritage -- and Jennie attended Trinity Baptist Amarillo. and Carol Thomas of Clarendon; a list, and we'll help you choose the / fi Funeral Home in Harker Heights on 'Church and belonged t'o the 55 and Services daughter, Crystal Holman of Durant, peqCectgifijbr everyone- such as this u Wednesday, November 14 at 12:30 Up and the Harker Heights Friends will be held Oklahoma; two brothers, Darrell wo lso andcuddJtyrobe3 r p.m. followed by graveside services of the Library. at 1"'3" m Thomas and Shanon Thomas both women or men with co-ordinating t( ,~i{.i~ ~.~ : ~~ 'at the Central Texas State Veterans Frank is survived by his wife u a Thomas of Clarendon " throws $59.95. Girl wrappedfiee. P on aturuay, " . , Cemetery in Killeen. Jennie; son Jeff, daughter-in-law November ' ' The family requests memonans ShopHenson's. Experiencetbe sound of a crackling fire, Wood Wick Frank was born February 12, Deborah; great grandchildren Jacob 17, 2007, in the First Assembly of be to the Hamngton Cancer Center a 1934, in Amarillo. He grew up and and Julia all of Harker Heights; God Church in Clarendon with Rev. or the .American Heart Association. Candks and fun tee shirts-from, it went to school in Clarendon. In granddaughter Jenny; grandson Matthew Stidham, Pastor, officiat- Sign our online guestbook at Virgins Saints and Sinners. Yes, its tJ 1952 he went to work for Plains Chris of Temple; a brother Wil- ing. Burial will be held at Citizens www.RobertsonFuneral.com, all new and much more than this, even Monkey Business toys #r the d I +++,+inure+ o at Henson's- register#r daily door I . prizes. Bringyour e, andfamil I , ' Friday and Saturday only, 20% offChristmas Decor a I IUNE CORDER - STYLIST I Seiko Watches and Clocks 20% off m I Located at 322 S. Kearny St Clarendon I plus Jewelry and Selected Groups Haircuts Sto Henson's ++ I Perms $25 I " "Our family servicing your family. ;t1 / Call anytime for an appointment Check outournew Christrnas decomtions and Santos. //1" 806.874.3517 Layaway now for Christmas. L Shop# 874-0227, Home# 874-0531. T W A A N 31 Rebekahs donate to CVFD Clarendon Rebekah Lodge #149 Noble Grand Ruth Hutson (left) and Treasurer Patsy Havens present a check to Billy Hollman ci of the Clarendon Volunteer Fire Department on behalf of the fc Rebekah Assembly of Texas, I.O.O.F which recently sent money to its member lodges to be donated within their local communi- ties. ENTERPRISE PHOTO/ROGER EST?CK ,'SI"EIINIIr, "' ' ',"' ,' " ' WL ,LIS &, KNli !, SHLAI HS Custom made since 1955 102 Main, Hedley 806-856-5251 edcoleather.com Larry & Donna Hicks Call Donna at 806-874-3108 806-206-7253 THAT CHIP IT SPLITS! Evelyn Hinds as Corrie ten Boom One Woman Dramatization and Seminar Leader. "My purpose whenever speak is to bring hope and inspiration" Corrie survived the Holocaust and traveled around the world with a message of hope and love: "Der is no pit so deep dat da love of God is not deeper still!" Come join us for this live performance First Baptist Church in Wellington 1106 15th St. November 14, 6:00 p,m. 447-5353 ~,