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l~I mII~IIIII~IIImlIIPIIIIIPH[ Ill I III I| l ii IIIlJ~l i~ OCIETY The Clarendon Enterprise November 22, 2007 Registration for the winter offering for the spring session is also 6:30 to 8:30 Community Calendar session and spring semester are available on the web at www.clarend p.m. underway at Clarendon College this oncollege.edu. T h e November22 week. The theater department per- tuition for Thanksgiving Our winter session classes will formed "Let's Murder Marsha" this this class is November 27 begin December 11, and all the past weekend to a full house. We $20. Call Clarendon v. Healey. In Clarendon courses offered during the winter would like to congratulate the cast 874-3571 and happenings Girls 6:30 p.m. BOys 8 p.m. Session are Online. A complete list and crew on. a job well done. The sign up today on the hill of classes is available on the web at play was hilarious, and everyone for either of by ashlee estlack, ;November 29 www.clarendoncollege.edu, involved did a wonderful job put- these classes, ccrnarketingcoordinator ~Nazareth Tourney If you are interested in attend- ting it on The Fall T, BA ing this coming spring, please We have one final continuing Choir Concert willbe held on Friday, November 29 - D~mber contact us at 874-3571 or stop by education course coming up this November 30, at 7:30 p.m. at the 20 anytime We are now acceptingsemester. Holiday Gift Wrapping First United Methodist Church We Late Night Shopping Every Thurs- applications and are able to get you will be taught by Chriss Clifford and invite everyone in the community :day lined up to meet with the counselor will meet on Monday, December 3, to come out and support the choir at to make out a schedule. Our course and Monday, December 10, fromthis free concert. December 1 Saints' Roost Museum Party . Com- Count your ny un, .o m a December7 this Thanksgiving holiday Deadline for Santa Letters 5 p m. December 25 Thanksgiving is here. What do Lord watch- Ohristmas you have to be thankful for? ing over. In the fall of 1621 the 50 I must remaining Pilgrims that made that apologize to long trip across the Atlantic in the all you garage Mayflower were thankful for a suc- sale people, ,~ eessful harvest with the assistance the date for 'wick , November2e-30' of the Wampanoag Indian tribe, the fireman's picks ' They had a feast and invited their garage sale by peggy cockerham ~,iDonley County Senior Citizens benefactors; thus began our unique was changed Ho,~a,a&. 874-2886 iMon: Mexican pile on, rice,Thanksgiving holiday, without noti- ~nto beans, tossed salad, ice Individual states set their fying me As far as I know the date cream cups, tortilla chips. :,i"ue: Salmon patties, hominy own date for the celebration until will be December 1 Sorry for the :casserole, green beans, President Abe Lincoln declared mix-up. ;gabbage salad, cherry crisp, it a national holiday in 1863. The With a low of 25 this week, ibread" 1941 congress moved the date per- the frost would have been on the 'Wed: Sweet anti sour pork manently to the fourth Thursday in pumpkin, but we were too dry. We chops, green spinach, fried November, and that's the reason it need rain, and the forecast is for a okra, fruit salad, pumpkin comes on the 22nd this year. rain-snow mix for Wednesday, the dessert, biscuits. Back to my question, what busiest travel day of the year No one Thu: Steak fingers, mashed are you thankful for? I'm thankful is coming over the fiver and thru the potatoes, gravy, macaroni, the Lord has blessed doctors with woods to my house this year, but a tomatoes, pears, cottage knowledge to relieve back and knee prayer goes out to all the travelers cheese, applesauce cakel mils. pain, thus giving me a better quality and hope they have a safe journey. Fri: Hamburger steak, gravy, of life. I'm thankful for my husband As we listen to good news black eyed peas, steamed cabbage, Jello salad, puddin& who has earned extra stars in his coming out of Iraq, continue to keep qornbread, crown this year, my family who our troopsinprayer. have tolerated and continued to love Happy Thanksgiving from our Hedl~/.~ml~t Cltk~ me, friends who support me, a nice house to yours from Peggy and Jim Mon: Oven fried el~ieken, friendly community, and a Good Cockerham. mashed potatoes, golden hominy, carrot, raisin salad, II strawberry short cake, biscuits. Tue: Butter beans, ham, fried squash, potato salad, cobbler, corn bread. Hello, readers. I am Kathy business news, church news, schoolSuperinten- Wed: Pot roast, gravy, potatoes, Spiel and I am going to be reporting news, or personal news. If you aredent Todd carrots, jello salad, banana the news of Hedley every week going on vacation or having some- Dyess and pudding, roll. If you live in Hedley and want one visit you, let me know. If youhis wife from 15hu: Beef stew, potatoes, something in the ENTERPRISE - like have a story on your animal or your A m a r i 11 o. carrots, onions, tomatoes, Birthdays, Anniversaries, parties, children, I'll write it up. The Method- corn nuggets, macaroni salad, club news, or anything, please I will be glad to write up any- ist Church healey orange, corn bread, call me. My home phone is 856- thing as long as you let me know would like to news left: Steak, gravy, baked potato, 5302, and I do have an answering The First United Methodist invite anyone by kathy spier ~reen peas, pear, cottage machine You can also contact me Church of Hedley held a Thanksgiv- to come Hedley, 856-5302 cheese, brownie, roll, by e:mail, and my e-mail address is ing dinner after Sunday Services last worship with ~ Clarendon ClSO pkspier@valornet com Sunday for their congregation. Bill them at any time. The service begins Breakfast : I will need everything by and Juanell Carson, Helen and J T at 10:45, and God's arms are open to Mon.: Cereal, toast, pears, milk Sunday afternoon so I can get it to Lamberson, Mildred Jewett, Patsy welcome you. Tue: Sausage, tdscUR, grin, y, ] ! t~paper on Monday. If you want and Kathy Spier, Don Blanks, J.M. The nedley Senior Citizens peaches, milk to just leave your name and phone Dickson, Midge Lemley, Betty still needs help. The Senior Citi- Wed: Pancakes, juice, milk number on my answering machine, Morgan, and Jim and Anita Mitchell zens along with Memphis Meals Thu: Eggs, toast, jelly, apricots, I will call you back or you can e- along with the Pastor Ervin Emmert on Wheels will be having a "Bake milk mail me. and his wife, Bobble, all enjoyed a & Craft" Sale. They will be at the Fri: Cinnamon rolls, juice, milk I hope I can do justice to this wonderful meal. After the meal, Memphis Thriftway Grocery Store '2 Lunch :::~'as Hedley needs representation in a Charge Conference meeting was on Saturday, December 8, from 9 Mon: Hot ham, cheese melt, the paper. I will be glad to write up held at the Church with District a.m. till whenever and then again t"~ter tots, salad, pears, milk. Tue: Chicken salad, tomato, New 'Nutcracker' debuts December 7-9 carrot sticks, apple, crackers, milk. Wed: Turkey, gravy, potatoes, Thanks to the overwhelming partner with the Amarillo Sym- had never worked together before green beans, apricots, roll, contributions of many Amarillo area phony Orchestra for this magnificent and were all on the same page," set milk. supporters, Lone Star Ballet will extravaganza designer Meyer said. Thu: Spaghetti, meat sauce, launch an all-new presentation of A nationally-recognized ere- "Many area supporters have corn, salad, fruit mix, roll, milk. the beloved "The Nutcracker" this ative team has directed Amarillo's made this dream a reality. We are ~ti: Cheeseburger, chtps,: December 7-9, 2007 with five public new Nutcracker. Stanley A. Meyer, exceptionally grateful to the Sybil lettuce, tomato, pickles,performances at the Amarillo Civic Broadway set designer from New B. Harrington Fund of the Don and cobbler, milk. Center CivicAuditorium York City;costumedesignerKenneth Sybil Harrington Foundation, the It is a multi-million dollar Busbin from the Boston Ballet; iUu- Meadows Foundation, William O. Hedley iSD facelift. All new means- Brand new sion consultant Marshall Magoon; and Louis H. Mullins Foundation, Lunch sets specifically designed for LSB's and choreographer Brace Caldwell, Xcel Energy Foundation, and so Mon: Salisbury steak, scalloped ballet by a Broadway set designer; ballet master of Ballet West of Utah. many individuals who love "The potatoes, peas, carrots, rolls, juice, milk. Brand new costumes of never-seen- Local members included Lynn Hart Nutcracker" and believe in the goals rue: Hot dogs, chili cheese, before designs; Brand new props and and David Simpson of 4th Wall of Lone Star Ballet," Angela Knapp, beans, milk. surprising stage illusions; and Newly Productions and LSB ballet mistress marketing director for Lone Star Wed: Spaghetti, cut green conceived choreography exclusively Vicki McLean and assistant ballet Ballet, said. beans, diced peaches, Texas for LSB's "The Nutcracker." mistress Crystal Bertrand. "The Nutcracker" was first toast, juice, milk. Even though the ballet will be "We are fortunate to have such produced in Amarillo in a local Thu: Beef tips, rice, tossed redesigned "from top to toe," it will an amazing creative team in place to high school in 1971 and moved to salad, fresh fruit, mac & remain the time-honored Victorian tackle this project," Craig Hender- the Amarillo Civic Center Civic If anyone is interested in taking the Accuplacer for the spring, please contact Wendy Altman, Enrollment Services Counselor, to schedule a time for before the Christmas holi- day. The campus will be closed on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 'of this week for Thanksgiving, and we will be closed from December 17 to January 3 for the Christmas holi- day. Anyone needing to take care of anything at the college before the holiday break should come by and see us in the next three weeks. We hope you all have a very happy and safe Thanksgiving. I don't love you Marsha (played by Hedley's Jaci Copelin) confesses to Virgil (played by Mark Egerton from Childress) that she isn't really madly in love with him, despite saying so to get him to try to kill her husband and her husband's apparent lover. The play "Let's Murder Marsha" was a comedy performed in an intimate theatre setting last Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at the Clarendon College Hamed Sisters Fine Arts Center. ENTERPRISE PHOTO/ROGER ESTLACK on Thursday, December 13, at the Hedley Senior Citizens. This is the last fundraiser for both organizations for the year. Please help us with baked goods or crafts. You can call Patsy Spier at 856-0143, Kathy Spier at 259-3212, or their home number is 856-5302. It is nice to see that Georgia Speed is back home and doing well after her surgery. It has come to my attention that the Hedley City Hall was broken into again Saturday night, November 17, 2007. We don't have any other details at this time. Just remember, whoever did this, that God is watch- ing you. It is time to sign off, as I don't have any other news. Call me with news of your family or organization, and I'll get it in print. Curtis, Rae to wed Casey James Curtis is proud to announce the upcoming marriage of his parents, Shaunda Rae to Dustin Wayne Curtis on Saturday, Decem- ber 8, 2007, at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Center in Clarendon. All former classmates and friends are welcome. Nature's Painting By Mary Beth Nelson One of my favorite Novem- ber memories is when my husband and I visited friends in Dallas several years ago. While enjoying after-breakfast coffee on their patio, we watched antics of squirrels, cardinals, and blue jays among lovely yard shrubs. Colorful fall leaves blanketed spots of green lingering from late summer. Newly barren crooked branches added an intertwined, symmetric beauty which could only be designed by our Creator. As members of the feathered community continued to busy themselves from limb to limb, the sudden gentleness of large, white falling snowflakes struck us with awe. This unusual combination of seasons appearing before our eyes created a "Nature's paint- ing" beyond capture on canvas. The scene was brief. The snowflakes softly melted as they touched the ground, leaving a memory of God's greatness and of His generous gifts of splendor. "Whoever thought that there would be so much beauty for me to see? Fall's colorful leaves mixed with summer 's green, and winter 's snowflakes joining the scene. Never have I seen so sublime as all these incidents exhibiting all the same time/ From God, this miraculous view has come. He briefly wrapped all four seasons into one. " Bible thought: "Give thanks to the Lord of lords: to Him who alone does great wonders." 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