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The Clarendon Enterprise * November 22, 2007 Obituaries Thomas Carol Elaine Griffitts Thomas, 60, died Thurs- day, Novem- ber 15, 2007 in Amarillo. Services were held at Thomas 10:30 a.m. on Satur- day, November 17, 2007, in the First Assembly of God Church in Clarendon with Rev. Matthew Stidham, Pastor, officiating. Burial was held at Citizens Cemetery in Clarendon. Services were under the arrangement of Robertson Funeral Directors of Clarendon. Mrs. Thomas was born July 1, 1947, in Whittier, Calif. to Lester Marvin and Elsie Lena Maxey Griffitts. She married Cal Thomas on July 20, 1963 at Montebello, Cal- ifornia. She had been a resident of Clarendon for over 30 years. She was the Co-Owner of Panhandle Road & Field with her husband. She attended many of her grandson's sporting events in Hedley. She was a proud wife, mother, and grandmother. She attended the First Assembly of God in Clarendon. Mrs. Thomas was preceded in death by her daughter, LaDona Kay Thomas on November 11. Survivors include her husband, Cal of Clarendon; two sons, Darrell Thomas and Shanon Thomas both Walter of Temple; five daughters, of Clarendon; a sister, Lavonne Gina Robinson and husband Eric of Griffitts of California; and seven Lubbock, Donna Brimfield and bus- grandchildren, band Greg of Belgium, Moni Marrs The family request memorials and husband Shawn of Garland, he to the Harrington Cancer Center ' Stacie Murillo and husband Robert or the American Heart Association. of Clarendon, and Laura Shelley Sign our online guestbook at and husband Jeremy of Clarendon; a wv w.RobertsonFuneral.com,son, Jerry Inman of Clarendon; two brothers, Charles Inman and wife ] n ma n Louise of Amarillo, and Billy Bryant B u r k e and wife Dorothy of Temple; four Inman, Jr 68, sisters, Linda Holland and husband died Sunday, Jim of Lubbock, Sandra McNeely November 18, of Corpus Christi, Vickie Churchill 2007. and husband George of Oak Harbor, Gr av e- Washington, and Renee Fandre side services and husband Steve of Irving; eight with inurn- grandchildren, Joshua, Katlyn, and Zackry Brimfield of Belgium, Xyla ment wiU Inman Marrs of Garland, Luke and Clarie be held at 2: Robinson of Lubbock, Madisyn 30 p.m. on Friday, November 23, 2007, in West- Inman of Elk City, Oklahoma, and park Cemetery in Hereford with Rev. Jacob Murillo of Clarendon. Eric Robinson, officiating. The family requests memorials Burke was born August 30, be to the Kidney Foundation. 1939, in Hereford to Burke Inman, Sign our online guestbook at Sr. & Illyrhae Jordan Inman. He www.RobertsonFuneral.com. married Judy Phillips on April 23, 1981, at Oklahoma City. He was a Stuckman Marines and Army veteran during Ann Ree Porter Stuckman, 83, peacetime. He had been a resident of of Savannah, Georgia, and formerly Clarendon the past five years. He had of Clarendon, died on September been a truck driver before his retire- 17, 2007. ment. He was a Christian. Graveside Services with inurn- Burke was preceded in death by ment will be at 10:00 am, Friday, his father, Burke Inman, Sr.; and a November 23, 2007 in Citizens sister, Carylon Jordan. Cemetery in Clarendon with Rev. Survivors include his wife, Don Travis, officiating. Judy of Clarendon; his mother, Mrs. Stuckman was born on IUyrhae Inman Fade and stepfather September 10, 1924, in Clarendon to the late Judge, John Ralph Porter and the late Jeannie Dale Powell Porter. Mrs. Stuckman was a member of Skidaway Island United .Methodist Church and grew up in the First United Methodist Church of Clarendon. She truly lived the faith: quilting and knitting for the church and serving others with compassion everyday. She met her husband, Lowell Randalls Stuckman, in Texas during World War II and married. Ann graduated 'from Purdue Uni- versity, taught elementary school for five years, and then stayed at home to rear their three daughters. She was an avid golfer who loved play- ing cards, gardening, singing in the choir, and a good laugh. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by two sisters, Helen Frances "Boo" Porter Lowe and Jennie Dale Porter Landreth, and two brothers, William M. "Bill" Porter and Ralph Powell "Sonny" Porter. Surviving are her husband of 61 years, Lowell Randalls Stuckman of Savannah, Ga.; three daughters, Catherine J. Martin and her hus- band, Mark, of Glen Arbor, Mich Cynthia A. Hitt and her husband, Steve, of Weatherford, and Amy L. Blevins and her husband, Alan, of Savannah, Ga.; seven grandchildren, Clint Martin, Mary Westbrook, Marshall Martin, Boyd Hitt, Brooke Hitt, Carmen Castellano, and Taylor Blevins, and two great-grandchil- dren, Katelyn Castellano and Mason Westbrook. I Subscribe Today I Only $25 In County Hollis Livestock Commision Hollis, OK. There will be No Sale Nov. 24 due to Thanksgiving. There will be No Sale Dec. 22 or Dec. 29 due to Christmas. HAPPY HOMES REAL ESTATE "There is a difference/" LISTING FARMS & RANCHES AT TOP PRICES Tom and Paula Wilkins 6910 W 45th (806) 356-0256 Amarillo, Texas 79109 as culinary AUSTIN - In England, roast at the Tower of London earned their preparations, said Sugie Sartwelle, by consumers during the 2006 hall- beef has long been a culinary crown nickname from the sizeable rations Texas Beef Council chair and beef day season. Last year, America's jewel and symbol of the kind of of meat they received In 1813, producer from Sealy. top choice, selling more than 12 rail- hearty meal especially favored by for example, tower guards on duty "Roast beef is delicious, nutri- lion pounds, was the boneless beef the industrious middle class. That received a daily ration of 16 pounds tious and elegant to serve," Sartwelle bottom round roast. great cultural tradition, Sunday of vealand24poundsofbeefamong added. "It can also provide savory This holiday season, visit dinner with roast beef, dates back them.* leftovers for another family meal, www.BeefltsWhatsForDinner.com to England in the late 1600s, at least. Americans also love roast beef, although that rarely happens at my for recipes, instructional videos and It's celebrated in British songs and particularly during winter months house." tips to purchase, prepare, and serve Shakespeare's plays, and especially at holidays. No matter Texas' 149,000 beef producers the perfect holiday beef roast. According to one account, the the occasion, roast beef provides helped provide the more than 72 mil- For information, visit famous British "Beefeater" guards dazzling results with simple, no-fuss lion pounds of roast beef purchased www.texasbeef.org. 'A' Honor Roll Paige Martin. Caden Farris, Mariena Glover, First Grade: Kasie Hinton, Erin 'AB' Honor Roll Jamie Lollar, Addy Monroe, Monroe, Payton Morris, McKay First Grade: Isaac Booth, Brady Montgomery, C.J. Ritchie, Shelp, Second Grade: Holden Jasmine Lockeby, Second Sierra Wheatly, Jadee Widener, Jodee Widener, Eighth Grade: Hayer, Caylor Monroe, Cristal Grade: Cody Vabler, Blake Ramirez, Dora Rebolledo, Third Hall, Makinzie Hinton, Hunter Kassidy Burton, Carlye Hancock, Grade: Clay Koetting, Fourth Mestas, Zarek Mestas, Megan Willie Lewis, Josh Llewellyn, Grade: Brooklyn Montgomery, Wells, Third Grade: HannahJacob Ramirez, Sierra Shelp, Kelsey Wells, Fifth Grade: Howard, Casey McCleskey, Patricia Valles, Rance Watt, Ninth Kati Adamas, Sheridan Hayer, Sara Monroe, Frank Ramirez, Grade: Kolby Foard, Katterinna Grayson Morris, Wyatt Wheatly, Madison Shelp, Braddon Johnson, Braden Montgomery, Sixth Grade: Deborah Howard, Stephens, James Weaver, Fourth Kelsey Ramirez, Jasie Sargent, Jacob Owens, Seventh Grade: Grade: Lane Cabler, Clay King Tanner Gross, Laura Howard, Austin Adams, Lydia Howard, Cassy Pettit, Chase Sharp, Fifth Kaylee Shields, Kallie Verstuyft, Coltin Kingston, Zach Sargent, Grade: Kortney Burton, Justin Daniel West, Jacob Widener, Eighth Grade: Joseph Allen, Riggs, Maddie Verstuyft, Sixth Tenth Grade: Kailee Burton, Kayla Elam, Ninth Grade: Reid Grade: Denver Chambless, Haley Hall, Brook Martin, Brittney Copelin, Tenth Grade: Dylan Maggie Collins, Oscar Fellan, Netterville, Alex Sharp, Eleventh Grade: Skyler Conatser, Shandy Pettit, Marlee Sargent, Eleventh Kristen Liner, Eric Monroe, Grade: Peter Howard, Twelfth Seth Ruthardt, Ashley Sellars, Koetting, Twelfth Grade: Deston Grade: Kristen Dwight, Jonathan Dwayne Thomas, Bailey Wood, Chambless, Kegan Foard, Edmonson, Sam Lovely, Seventh Grade: Brandon Evans, Brandon Montgomery, Sydney Shipp, Danielle Smith~ ',? We salute these kids for striving to be the best in our schools. Congratulations and keep studying! ;ili! W knows that the Jolly ale Elf reads The Clarendon Enterprise to find out what all the Donley County kids want for Christmas, So get busy, write those wish lists, and mail your letter to: Clal J c/o The PO Box 1110 | Or bring it by The Enterprise office and drop it in the drop box outside. The letters will be printed in the Christmas Issue on December 20, 2007, Deadline is All letters received after the deadline will not be printed but will be forwarded to the North Pole. I Hurry! Don't delay 'cause Santa Claus is coming your way,