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4 19 Thursday, November 24 entoq Obituaries Rebecca "Becky" McKee Moore ][ebecca McKee Moore, 45, died Wednesday, November 16, 1994. Becky was born on April 26, 1949 and passed away while on vacation in Hawaii. Services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, November 23, 1994 at East Lawn Mortuary, 5757 Greenback Lane, in Sacramento, California. Becky is survived by her parent, Elanor "Miss Ellie" and Stanley McKee of Clarendon, Texas; one daughter, Amy Moore of Sacramento, California; three sisters, Susan McKce, Flindy Hedrik of Hanford, California, Diane Georgia of San Diego, California; one brother, Jeff McKee of Hanford, California, two nieces, two nephews, two grand- nieces, two grand-nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial be given to Clarendon Volunteer Fire Depart- ment Clarendon EMT, The Ver- hoeven Memorial Fund, Box 160923, Sacramento, California, or any charity of your choice. Also of Miss Ellie and Stanley" ihave placed a jar at Mary's Country Kitchen where you may make a L donation and this fund is being sent !directly to them to use wherever they feel is necessary. Lawrence C. Neece Memorial services for Lawrence C. Neece, age 79, were held at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, November 18, 1994 in St. John The Baptist Episcopal Church with Rev. Ned Creswell, Vicar, officiat- inf. Cremation was on Thursday, November 17 at Memorial Park Crematory in Amarillo with inter- !ment on Saturday, November 19, i1994 at Citizens Cemetery in Arrangements were under the director of Robertson Inc. Mr. Neeee died at 6:45 a.m November 16,1994 St. Anthony's Hospital in following a brief illness. born December 8, 1914 in over 50 years. He Berkeley Gentry Ryan on 1943 at Clarendon. He had a farm implement dealer- and had taught at Clarendon for several years before his i. He was a US Naval Of- during World War lI. He was a former member of the Masonic Lodge and was in the Red Cross for many served as the Home 20years.He member of the City Library of Directors. He had also : with the Boy Scouts for of Silver Beaver Award. ,e was a member of St. John The aptist Episcopal Church where .had held all of Church offices at ous times. i Survivors include his wife [lkeley Neece of Clarendon; one ]lgD; one son, Larry Neece of San California; two sisters, Georgie Iardin of Mesquite; two randchildren; and two great The family requests that to St. John The Bap- Episcopal Church, the Boy or a favorite charity. I 00enior 00itizens News The Donley County Senior Citizens had a great crowd their Thanksgiving meal Nov. 17. They served 92 their dining room plus 30 on their delivery. The food was deli- iousl Zell Sarsfield had her guest for Velma Strawbridga had her David Strawbridge as guest. Opal Maxey had her Leola Sexton, as her guest. V Thompson's guests were her San Thompson and Susie Nel- Eight members of the M- , to the center lunch. They had finished quilting a quilt 12:00 noonl They were McCracken, M_able Ride),, 1994 Hazel Edens, Mary Lee Noble, Pauline Koontz, Flossie Reynolds, Ann Bunyan, and Verdie Tipton. The quilt top was pieced by Mary Lee Noble. Members who ate at the Cen- ter on their birthdays this month were: Vada Morrison on Nov. 1, Fred Riley on Nov. 7, Eula Merrell on Nov. 8, Joe Robert Leathers on Nov. 11, and Nell Vitarella on Nov. 16. Joan Kidd had an especially special guest at the Center for lunch Nov. 4, when her mother, Terra Putman, came to eat with Joan and two of her sisters, Yvonne King and Estle Goodgion. Barbara Brock ate her with mom, Allene Derr on Nov. 16. They are glad to have Weldon and LaVern King, Lena and Shin Maxey, J.H. and W'dma Spear, Loci Box, Joe McNutt, Nell Derr, Nadene Bobbitt and her guests, Thehna Shields and Susie Shields, Lawrence and Lela Whitehead, Oddie Moss, H.R. King, and Jack Davidson back eating with them. They also want to welcome Wanda Smith, W'dma Lindlev. Lois Morris, and Minda Choate from the Don- Icy County Courthouse. They want to thank Clessie Graham for the lovely silk poinset- tia that she gave the Center. Jake Roberts shared some of his wonderful peanut brittle with the Center's staff. They appreciate Anna Gay Ceniceros and the Kim- berly Quality Care nurses and Murel Butts for doing their blood pressure clinics during November. The Paramount Christian Church in Amarillo will present their annual Christmas pageant on Dec. 16, 17, 18 and 19. There is no admission but advance tickets are necessary. They plan on taking a van from the Center. They will need to order the tickets on Mon- day, Nov 18. Interested persons should call the Center to reserve your ticket. There will not be a December Birthday/Anniversary Supper. They are going to combine the Nov. Hedley Senior Citlns Menu Nov. 24.30 aursday:. H.B. Patties, Tater Tots, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Onions, Pickles, Jelled Fruit, H.B. Buns, Milk, Tea, Coffee llday. Spaghetti & Meat Sauce, Whole Kernel Corn, Toss Salad, Apricot Cobbler, Garlic Toast, Milk, Tea, Coffee Mouday. Butterbeans & Ham, Fried Okra, Hominy Salad, Pear Halves, Corn Muffin, Milk, Tea, Coffee Tuesday. Goulash, Tur- nips & Carrots, Apple Slaw, Butterscotch Pudding. Corn Muffins, Milk, Tea, Coffee Wednesday. Steak & Gravy, Augratin Potatoes, English Peas, Waldorf Salad, Spiced Cake, Roll, Milk, Tea, Coffee Tbt lartabea :fltW and Dec. suppers and have it on Nov. 29, at 6 p.m. They want to remind everyone that the Donley County Senior Center building is available for family reunions and club meet- ings and parties. The suggested donation for use of the Center is $'25.00 per day. First Win by Josiah Scott 7th Grade Boys Last night, we played basket- ball against the Memphis Cyclones. The game started out with both teams going back and forth. Then we made a break and scored. The score was now 2 to 0. Next they went down for a shot and missed. We rebounded the ball and scored. We fouled one of their players and they got free shots. They made only one of them. The game wore on. At the end of the quarter we led. They didn't have a chance in the second quarter. We kept push- ing and didn't let up. At half time we still led them by quite a few points. In the second half they tried to make a comeback. They nearly did, too, until we started pushing them again. At the end of the quarter, we still led even though they had come back quite a few points. In the fourth quarter, the game was very tense. Even though we were scoring on them massive- ly, they wouldn't quit. They kept pushing hard. When the game ended, Coach gave a pep talk on how it felt to win. We had won, and we were proud of it. We congratu- lated each other and went to watch the eighth graders win. Ambulance Report 11-14-94 Lawrence Neece, transported to St. Anthony's Hospital, Medical 11-14-94 Lewis C. Booth, transported to St. Anthony's Hospital, Medical 11-18-94 Hardy Bobbitt, transported from Childress General to Medical Center Nurs- hag Home, Medical 11-17-94 Claude Spivey, transported to HPBH, Medical 11-17-94 Claude Spivey, transported from HPBH to residence in Clarendon, Medical 11-18-94 Geneva Tate, transported to I-IPBH, Medical HOUSE OF SHADES & L&MP REPAIR Shades Lam-Butt= 2613 WoUlln Ave. Wolm. vmage Amarmo, Texas II -- 1 The betIuty of Merle Norman $18 Our affordably priced collection of elegant holiday gifts for Eyes, Lips and Nails will make everyone jolly this season. Come in today and experience the beautiful feeling at your nearest Mede Norman i Cosmetic Studio. 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Kearney - Clarendon, Tx. 806-874-3335 Arrest Report 11-04-94 Robert Lee, 21, Clarendon, Assault With Bodily In- jury 11-05-94 Mark Glover, 22, Vega, Probation Violation 11-07-94 Able Rodriquez, 22, Pampa, Traffic Violation 11-09-94 Alfred Smith, 36, Pendleton, Traffic Violation 11-09-94 Erasmo Nava Jr. 22, Denver, Colorado, Failure To Ap- pear 11-15-94 Ray Fergason, 20, Dalhart, Disorderly Conduct 11-15-94 Reba Chadwick, 48, Oklahoma, Motion To Revoke 11-15 -94 Rodolfo Rodriquez, 28, Hereford, Theft & Arson 11-19-94 Joel Lewis, 24, Clarendon, Motion to Adjudicate 11-21-94 Laura Reed, 25, Amarillo, Traffic Violation Marriages 10-17-94 William Olen Powers & Jamie Lynn Smith 11-07-94 Leland Edward Cook & Nancy Rhea Tieer 11-07-94 Rodney Lee Smith & Angelia Merchelle Williams Divorces 09-21-94 John Ray Lindley & Kimberly Anne Lindlcy 10-03-94 Weldon Ray Wright & Pamula Maxey Latiolois Wright 10-03-94 Nancy Rhea Ticer & Jimmy Ticer 10-31-94 Cassandra Lee Row & Rickey Lewis Row 11-14-94 Don Scott Hagy & Julie Louise Lain Hagy 11-14-94 Charolette A. Fisher & Russell S. Grecian Senior Citizens Menu Nov. 24-30 Thursday:. Closed Friday. Closed Monday:. Smothered Chicken, Parsley Potatoes, Green Beans, Waldorf Salad, Butterscotch Pudding w/Top- ping, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Milk Tuesday:. Beef Enchiladas, Spanish Rice, Pinto Beans, Tossed Salad, Apricots, Tortilla Chips, Cof- fee, Tea, Milk Wednesday:. Pork Roast w/Natural Gravy, Candied Yams, Green Peas, Rosy Ap- plesauce, Pastries, Wheat Roll, Coffee, Tea, Milk I II Kyle Mien Attorney At Law Clarendon, Texas 874-3888 I II II Page 3 Furniture Stripping Now Available at 00ett00j's Antiques & 00otlectibles 4th Annual Parade of Lights Open House Refreshments Will Be Served Participating Merchant* will remain open late. Wednesday, Nov. 23 Sponsored by the Clarendon Merchants Association The Clarendon Ministerial Alliance will present their annual Thanksgiving Community Service program beginning at 6:00 p.m. on the Court House Lawn, followed by the lighting of the Christmas Tree. Courthouse Decorations were organized by the Clarendon Girl Scouts with many youth and " church organizations participating. (,/ Lights will be lit on Main Street at 6.30 n.m.il" WE WILL BE CLOSED Thanksgiving Day November 24, 1994 Community Bank Hedley, Texas 0000FIRST o, o00...ooJ 00tRn''00T00JsT Members