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Page 2 :bt (lartnbon JtWs Obituaries 00o00mo, Bobbie Jean Reese Get your clothes ' looking nice for the holidays, Greenbelt Cleaners can help. iiiii i i IF YOUR HOME GETS UNINVITED GUEST, AT&T MAKES SURE THERE'S A WELCOMING COMblYIWEE INTROOUCING THE NEW AT&T SECURITY SYSTEM AT&T's new System 8000 has AT&T reliability. It's easy for you to Mrs. lla Mac Rlchey Graveside services for Mrs. Ila Mac Richey, age 64, were held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, Novem- ber 11, 1994 in Citizens Cemetery in Clarendon with Rev. Rob Seale, Pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church, officiating. Interment was in Citizens Cemetery with arrange- ments under the direction of Robertson Funeral Directors, Inc. Mrs. Richey died at 11:01 p.m. on Tuesday, November 8,1994 in Northwest Texas Hospital in Amarillo following a lengthy ill- ness. She was born on December 18, 1929 at Hale Center, Texas and had been a resident of Clarendon for several years before moving to Amarillo 10 years ago. She had worked most of her life as a waitress before her retirement. Survivors include two daughters, La Nita Murray of Amarillo, Linda Faye Smith of Fort Collins, Colorado; her mother, Ouata Phillips of Canyon, three sisters, Mildred Smith of Amarillo, Marjorie Brant of Ceeur D'Alene, Idaho, Faye Brigman of Amarillo; one brother Dwayne Phillips of amarillo; and one grandson, Andy Smith of Fort Collins, Colorado. The family requests that memorials be to Citizens Cemetery Association in Clarendon or to the Funeral services for Bobbie Jean Reuse were held Thursday, November 10, 1994, at 2:00 p.m. in the True Church of God In Christ with Rev. Elijah Demerson of Amarillo and Elder John Bowser, Pastor, officiating. Bobbie Jean Reuse, age 62, died Saturday, November 5, 1994 at Texarkana, Texas. Burial was in the Citizens Cemetery by Robertson Funeral Directors, Inc. Mrs. Reuse was born April 11, 1932 in Clinton, Oklahoma and had been a resident of Clarendon most of her life. She married Wal- ter Reuse on August 25, 1950 in Clarendon. She bad worked for over 20 years as a private housekeeper and child care provider for the Hayes and Slavin families in Clarendon and for 2 years as a dietician for the Medical 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 Reuse of Lafayette, Louisiana; four sons, Walter Reuse Jr. of Clarendon, Bennie Reuse of Texarkana, Texas, Kenneth Reuse of Dallas, Keith Reese of Phoenix, Arizona; three sisters, Maudia Jones of Amarillo, Carrie Fuller of Fairfield, Califor- nia, Bessie Carter of Lawton, Ok- operate. Installs neatly ud qulddy. But It's hard to crack. Its Coca Cola 24-hour monitoring system brings help fast. It's the brtkthroush  Village with Accessories %0'_  against break-ins. P  (Some retired pieces available) eD ' CRIME ALERT, INC _ :,,,'' " 4001 S. Western .  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Nice Transportation for the economy minded. $3395.00 The 1995 Models have arrived and we have fantastic prices on our remaining"94" Models- Check us out ! We also have many other Used Cars and Trucks in addition to those listed above ecaa (ISNS 947040)  pub- lished weekly for $18 per year ,in Douley County and $22.59 per year otWof-county, by Robert C W01iams, dba The Clarendon Press 105 S. Kearaey, Cleniton Texas 79226. Second-class postage paidlat Clarendon, Texas "/9226-1110. 'OSTSrE: send address changes to: The Clarendon News, P.O. Box 1110, Clarendon, Texas 79226-1110. Classified ads are $5.00 for the first 15 words or less and 10 cents per word for each addi.tonal word. Boxes or specie! typograghy are extra. Open display rates are $'3.60 per SAU column nch. Engagement, and maniversary pictures are $5.00 ach. Pie- tures /ubmj'tted for publica- tion sould bepicked up within 10 days after publica- tion. Deadlines for nes and article are normally Monday at 5:00 p.m. Pictures miast be received by Friday at 12:00 noon. The deadline maybe al- tered for holidays. Any erroneous reflec- tion upon the character of any person or firm appearing in these cblumm will be gladly and promptly corrected upon being brought to the paper's attention. MEMBER 1994 TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION Thursday, November 17, 1994 lahoma; four brothers, Jesse Gardner, of Clarendon, Manzell Gardner of Amarillo, Willie Gardner Jr. of Dallas, Lawrence Gardner of Pecos; 9 grandchildren; and 2 great grandchildren. Gaff Carl Adams Gall Carl Adams, age 72, of Fort Worth, Texas, died November 14, 1994, in his home. Services will be held, Thursday, November 16, 1994 at Thompson's Harveson and Cole Funeral Home. Graveside services will be held Friday, November 18, 1994, in the Claren- don Citizens Cemetery, Clarendon, Texas with arrangements by Thompson's Harveson and Cole of Fort Worth. Mr. Adams was born in Gar- ver, OK, and moved to Clarendon when he was 3 years old. He lived in Clarendon until he entered the Air Force. He was a Sergeant, USAF and retired in 1972 after 32 years service. He was a member of Scottish Rite of Free Masonry, Santa Fe, NM. He was preceded in death by his wife Frances Adams. Survivors include his daughter, Ann Adams, of Fort Worth; his son, Craig Adams, of [] Paso; four grandchildren, Sarah Adams of Fort Worth, TX, Zachary Adams, Jacob Adams, and Rebecca Adams, all from El Paso, TX. Memorials can be made to Cook-Fort Worth Children's Medical Center, 801 Seventh Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas 76104 The Spirit Chain to work at home, after we finished with our work in and after school. I think showed the unity of our class. Not only did we learn the portance of respect and effort, we also learned the importance attitude. We were always focused on our goal. Almost all of the time we thought positively and gave up. We also learned that it everyone to make something pen. Thursday morning school, practically the whole grade was in the room chains and repairing chains. couple of days before, we had most the whole class in there sack- hag the chain. Some people were at the pile making sure the wasn't torn. Others were the chain to those putting it sack. Another word for this could be team work. Another important thing we gained was pride. We were filled with pride when we saw the moun- tains of chains we had made. At the pep rally noon can that we weren't fill with pride when we won the competition. In addition we learned to cooperate. One night that week we went to a house for three hours. The whole time two of us stapled and four of us wrote sayings. Then when we started to run out of paper, someone cut out more. Working that length of time had to take cooperation. Spirit was the end result of our project. This was the whole purpose of the chain. It was to get the school's spirit up and keep it up. The sixth, seventh and eighth graders were all spirited during that week. We got the football boy's b Tra Hankhls spirit up and kept it up all week. y cy Spirit is probably the most impor-I rro weeks ago the 6th, 7th and tant value we learned all week. 8th grades worked on a very Making the spirit chain fun and exei'tmgpro'ect, j . Each cla taught, us that this was. not just a made a paper spirit chain, project to have fun with but to learn Welearn-- edmany things from lfrm. All of the values we have i makinlz this chain One thing we earned we can use in basketball, learn was respect" We all had to track, in the classroom, and throughout the rest of our lives respect one another and others ! .. rights. When people want to do " , something different from you, you  had to respect that and com- :,. - promise. --- Another thing we learned / Shoo  /-' was effoi / all Md tO k for ,/ . Ctardo.. ..... . " .,.,.. 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