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November 17, Citizens ffective November 15, 1994, Donley County Senior Center will be extending serving time for their lunch from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 'want to encourage working people of Clarendon to in and eat with them. The ested meal donation for older is $2.00 t for ages 59 and under suggested donation is $3.50. are several tables of skip-bo, and forty two on after the meal is finished at 3:00 p.m. Everyone who eat at the cen- 75% of the total days of the their name entered in a to win a meal ticket worth the center. Kidd was the winner for the Hereford Senior Citizens As- is having their Festival of November 17-20, 1994 in Texas. Several seniors Clarendon went last year and it. The center will be serving Thanksgiving Day meal, 17, 1994. Join them for ' and dressin gravy, candied green beans, fruit salad, and The center will be closed ' and Friday, November 24 25, 1994 for the Thanksgiving Gulf V'wams 1994 mathematics and associate direc- tor of the Texas Engineering Ex- periment Station Regional Division, WTA&M. Each county director will select a location and date for his/her spelldown. All schools are encouraged to participate. The Donley County director is Donnie Carroll, principal of Clarendon Junior High School There are two basic rules: A student must not have passed beyond the eighth grade at the time of his/her 16th birthday on or before the date of the national finals. The Amarillo Globe-News and WTA&M have two levels of competition. They are: (1) The Junior Bee is for all elementary stu- dents, grade five and below-, and (2) the Senior Bee is open to any stu- dent in grades eight and below-- and includes elementary grades if the county bee director chooses to combine the elimination events. Each county champion (senior level) will partic/pate in the April 8 regional contest and the student who takes first will repre- sent the sponsors in the 1995 Na- tional Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C. in late May. Airline tickets for the winner and one parent will be provided be American Airlines. Each county junior champion will bee a guest of the sponsors on April 8 and will be given special regnition. Inquiries may be directed to Mrs. Kelley at WTA&M or contact Jeane Bartlett, Spelling Bee Editor, Amarillo Globe-News. The study booklet, now called "Paldeia", replaces the old "Words of the Champions", and is available from the newspaper for only .50 cents each. Douley county residents are helping victims of recent along the Gulf Coast. many residents need most is to pay for repairing their Insurance does not cover : for many victims. Many flood victims are ; to gut their houses. In many they must rip all of the interior walls of remove all of the in- Thompson, son of f Thompson and his Aleta, has been doing volun- labor on weekends, helping Donley County residents to assist can give their to Aleta Thompson, .or main it directly to )h Bryant, 1801 C. Main Texas 77573. who is helping 'efforts. To The Amarillo Globe-News and West Texas A&M University Canyon will once again sponsor National Spelling Bee for stu- The 1995 Regional Bee will on the tmiversity's campus 8, 1995. The bee coor- r Kelley, instructor of Ambu/ance 11-06-94 Pauline Sarich, transported to HPBH, Medical 11-07-94 Richard Johnson, transported to St. Anthony's Hospital, Medical 11-08-94 Joella Day, No transport, Medical 11-09-94 Frances McCord, transported from HPBH to residence in Clarendon, Medical 11-10-94 Hardy G. Bobbitt, to Childress General Hospital Medical 11-12-94 Ralph Hill, No transport, Medical 11-13-94 Vicky Wilhite, transported to HPBH, Medical 11-13-94 Gary Barnhill, transported to V.A., Medical 11-13-94 Billy Sims, transported to V., Medical 11-14-94 Mrs. Ellrt Derr, transported to Pampa, Medical The Pathfinder Club met Nov.ll,1994 at the Patching Club House at 3 pm. The President, Jeanice Weatherly led the Club Collect. Hostesses, Tena Power and Anita Mooring invited mem- bers and guests to the dinning room where Fall colors in the table cloth and napkins blended with the deli- cious layered pumpkin pie and hot cinnamon tea. Candies and nuts were also part of the decorative theme. Roll call was answered with a war time remembrance. We shared experiences of following service husbands to strange places and living under unusual cir- cumstances. Sue Dunigan shared some v-mail and some war coupons. Gladys Sawyer told of living near a Japanese internment camp. We talked about victory gar- dens, raising chickens and farming with only women and children for help. The impressiveness of our air might and unity of purpose were lingering remembrances. A business meeting was con- ducted by the President. Minutes were read and ap- proved, a treasure report was made. Ruth Robinson was ap- pointed member at large on the Club Room Boar& The Memorial Committee for Imogene Brundey submitted a plan for purchase of two card tables in her memory. The plan was approved with a mo- tion by Tena Powell and second by Mary Jane Smith. Murle Butts, our very own army nurse veteran, enlightened us with her tour of duty and shared her scrap book. Murle traveled by black-out train from San Antonio to New York and caught the Queen Mary to dodge torpedoes enroute Hedley Senior Citizens Menu Nov. 17-23 Thursday:. Catfish Filet, Squash Casserole, Mix Greens, Coleslaw, Plum Cob- bier, Corn Muffin, Milk, Tea, Coffee Friday:. Turkey & Dress- hag, Giblet Gravy, English Peas, Whole Kernel Corn, Fruit Salad, Sugar Cookies, Roll, Milk, Tea, Coffee Monday:. Chicken & Dumplings, Spinach, Beet- Onion Salad, Pineapple Cake, Roll, Milk, Tea, Coffee Tuesday:. Steak & Gravy, Baked Potato, Green Beans, Cottage Cheese & Vegetables, Peaches & Bananas, Roll, Milk, Tea, Cof- fee Wd. Cod met, Macaroni & Tomatoes, Spinach, Coleslaw, Pear Hal- ves, Corn Muffin, Milk, Tea, Coffee Grime Fghler. Outdoor grilling is a Texas traditiom Youe probably collected lots of  recipes for barbecued rib% chicken, steaks and burger& But now there are two ingredients you won't nee Charcoal and lighter fluid. contribut0 to the grime of air p011uti0m So take a deep and fire up a propane grill Grilling with propane is faster, cheaper and environmentdly correct. Propane. The clean choice. The clear choice. Bon appetiU THE g A El A L TE R NA TI VE to E, ngland. She was in the African ne Trees For West Teras Invasion and with Rommel's Battle of Bulge in Belgian and Germany. She was more talkative about dis- charge points than about the rib- boas and medal of valor that she was awarded. These of us engaged at home with mostly the diaper brisade,enjoyed sharing our ex- periences along with Murle for that time in our Country's History. Veteran's Day will always be pre- cious to each of us as we honor and remember those who served so well in time of war. Guests present were Viola Bones and Gladys Sawyer. Mem- bers present were: Murle Butts, Sue Duuigan, Naomi Green, Pearl Hermesmeyer, Anita Mooring, Tena Powell, Lucy Saye, Jo Shaller, Mary Jane Smith, Jeanice Weatherly, and Dorothy White. Senior Citizens Menu Nov. 17-23 Thursday. Turkey & Dressing w/Gravy, Candied Yams, Green Beans, Fruit Salad, Pumpkin Pie w/Top- ping, Bread, Coffee, Tea, Milk Friday:. Pork Fritter, Au Gratin Potatoes, Spinach, Pear Half, Pastries, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Milk Monday:. Chicken Glaziers, Onion Rings, Peas & Carrot_s, Coledaw, Tropi- cal Apple Crunch, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Milk Roast Beef w/Natural Gravy, Cream Potatoes, Broccoli w/Cheese Sauce, Autumn Fruit Salad, Lemon Lush, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Milk Wednesday:. King Ranch Chicken, Pinto Beans, Corn, Tossed Salad, Tropical Fruit, Tortilla Chips, Coffee, Tea, Milk HOUSE OF SHADES & LAMP REPAIR stad hmpm hen= 2613 Wdflin Ave. Wolflln vinaee Ammillo, Tenm Page 3 Ifyoue ever longed for tall pine trees around your home but thought that they wouldn't do well here or were too slow growing then you need to check out the Afghanistan Pine. The Afghan pine was first introduced to Texas for commercial Christmas Tree production. It gained popularity as a windbreak tree and is now considered the most popular pine species in the southwest. The Afghan pine is unique because it is an arid-land pine. It is adapted to the alkaline, sandy soils of west Texas. It is also extremely drought and heat toleranL The Afghan pine also happens to be the fastest growing species of pine. Afghanistan pines have a beautiful pyramid shape and will reach a mature height of 35-45 feet in our area. The Douley County Soil and Water Conservation District has Af- ghaulstan pines for sale along with a wide variety of other trees for windbreaks, wildlife plantings, and home landscaping. If you're interested please contact the Donley CO. SWCD or the SCS at 874-3576 or come by their office at 4th & Sully in Clarendon. Programs and services of the Donley County Soil & Water Conservation District are offered on a non "d-riminatory basis without regards for race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, marital status, or handicap. :i The beauty of Merle Norman 1-x:mday gifts. $18 Our affordably priced collection of elegant holiday gifts for Eyes, Lips and Nails will make everyone jolly this season. 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