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6 The Clarendon Enterprise November 29, 2012 Sheriff's Report November 19, 2012 7:13 a,m. EMS 'assist 600 block West 3ed X:I8 a.lll. I;IMS assist Con]n]Llnitv Care Center DANNY ASKEW 874-5001 or 874-3844 November 20, 2t)12 1(.):01 a.m.-tIMS assisl 1241//) block Co Rd R 2:41) p.m. ('aller reporting possible trespassers Co Rd CC November 21, 21112 1:20 p.m. - EMS assist 100 block North Stilly 7:32 p.m. l.oose livestock FM 3257 9:57 p.m.- EMS assist MM 131 1-40 November 22, 2012 6:02 a:m. EMS assist South bound Rest Area 1-40 5:47 p.m. l,oose livestock FM 3257 7:04 p.nL - EMS assist Ambulance Station November 23, 2012 2:04 a.m. - EMS assist 800 block South Kearney 9:42 a.m. - Report of truck stuck in Median West of ttedley 4:59 p.m. - To ,jail with one in cus- tody November 24, 21112 7:34 a.m. - See caller 600 block Pla- inview Street 1:55 p.m.- Eros assisl 901) block East 3rd 1:55 p.m. - Caller reporting car run- ning into yard 9"' and Allen 6:32 p,m. - See complainant 3011 block East 2nd 8:54 p.m. EMS assist at EM, S sta- tion 11:20 p.m. - Report of Party- 400 block Gorst PEAK money Clarendon Elementary Principal Mike Word presents a check to Clarendon Superintendent Monty Hysinger for $6,000 from the Clarendon Elementary Pony Parents as a donation to the PEAK Scholarship fund last week. Courtesy Photo / Melody Hysinger Drugs in the News November 25, 2012 2:45 a,m. - Reporting suspicious I vehicle Co,nnmnity Care Center Subscribe to the Enterprise Today! I aries Kidd Nell Rose "Susie" Kidd, 83, died Monday, November 26, 2012, in Clarendon, Texas. Services were held at 3:00 pm Wed m"sday, November 28. 2012, at the Church of Christ in Clarendon Kidd with 1)on Stone, ofli- elating. Interment followed at Citi- zens Cemetery in Clarendon. Arrangements are under the direction Roberlson Funeral Direc- tors of Clarendon. Susie was born March 17, 1929, in Childress, Texas to Guy William and Evelyn qobin Murphy. She mar- ried J.E. Kid& Jr. on October 16, 1948, in Hedley where they lived F'arris. Caden Farris, Haley Chamb- kins Lamberson and Cleta Youree until moving to Clarendon in 1956. less. I)cmer Chambless, Kyle Lind- Lamberson. Jack was a WW 11 She had been a babysiuer at her sey Kallie Lindsey. Branson Cruse, veteran serving in the United States home for many .,,,ears and then wen/ Ba3h, Cruse. Brayson Cruse, and Arm},. He married Roberta Ber- to work at the Medical Center Nurs- Madel) n Petty. nice McManus on April 1, 19.44, i/L ing Home, where she worked for 21) The family requesl memorials Fort Smith, Arkansas. He moved to years as a nurse's aide. Susie loved be sent to Odyssey Hospice or the Bowie 16 years ago after retiring as the color red and enjoyed collecting l)onley Cuunty,Senior Citizens. a Ranch Hand in Clarendon, where dolls. Susie loved to drink coffee Sign our online guest book at he spent most of his life. Jack was with her friends, and could be found a member of the Grace Baptist Mis- at the coffee shop about twice a day. sion of Bowie. She was a menrber of the Lamberson He was preceded in death by 2 Clarendon Church of Christ. Jack Lambersom 92, died brothers and 3 sisters. She was preceded,in death by Sunday, November 25, 2012, in He is survived by his wife, Ber- her parents; 2 brothers, Guy and Bowie. Texas. nice.Lamberson, of Bowie; his son, Robert Murphy; and a sister Frances Ser\ices were held Wednesday, Dwayne Lamberson & wile Glenda, Geopfert. November 28, 2012, at Robertson's of Jacksboro: his daughter, Sandra She is survived by her husband: Saint's Roosl CMpel in Clarendon Morgan & husband Mickey, of Car- a son, Larry Kidd and wife Paulette of with Dwayne Lamberson officiating, rolton; 2 sisters, Willie Nell Waddell Clarendon: 5 sisters, Geneva Hill and Interment followed at Citizens Cem- of Centerville and Edna Lou Bull- Velma Byrd of Clarendon, Norma elery in Clarendon. man of,Canyon; 4 grandchildren; 1 I Hall and Ellen Cooley ol'Amarillo. Alrangelnents were under great grandchildren Nadine Cortner of Overland Park. the direction of Robertson Funeral Memorials may be made to Kansas; 5 grandchildren. Jan Farris, l)irectors of Clarendon.Grace Baptist Mission, PO Box 915, Jill Chabless, Jodi Cruse, Karl 1Jnd ,lack Lamberson was born April Jacksboro, TX 76458. sey, and Todd Petty: 11 Great Grand- 3. 1920, in Clarendon to Stock Wat- Sign our online guest book at children, Deston Chambless, Cole Isu bscribe I IIo],,.'] i i |Wl =I it ~I =I II-'7_,I It ~I,,.'l All,In One 30% I Supplement for Cattle Brangus Heifers For Sale i The Clarendon Church of Christ invites you to watch "In Search of the Lord's Way" every Sunday morning at 7:30 on KAMR Channel 4. Added Benefit of the Flu Vaccine A Canadian medical research team is reporting a discovery that tbr one year alter people received the annual flu vaccination, their risk ofa major heart events, including heart attack, and stroke dropped by as much as 50%. The risk of cardiac death in these individuals was reduced by as much as 40%. This group of researchers presented their findings recently at the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress. In one of two studies presented, over 3,200 individuals were evaluated. Some evaluations in the study went back as far as the 1960s. Scientists who have looked at these study results feel that there may be a link between the flu vaccine and a reduction in inflammatory substances in the body that can inflame blood vessels and trigger heart attacks. This largely unexpected finding may lead to more encouragement by health professionals for older adults and those with a history of heart disease to get their vaccination against the flu each year. Currently, vaccines for the prevention of influenza (tbe flu) are produced and distributed each year in the late summer or early fall b.y FDA approved pharmaceutical manufacturers. Mike's PHARMACY Call 874-3554 or Toll Free 800-766-2089 Hwy 287 West Clarendon, Texas 1 CEDRIC MCCAMPBELL SO. 2 CODY WOOD SR, 3 CHARLES MASON SO. 5 DIEGO SANTOS SR. t0 CHANCE MCANEAR JR. 12 JONAH SELL SR. 24 TRAJEN JOHNSON SR. 32 JOJO CARTWRIGH,T JR. 33 COLE WARD SR. 42 TYLER BURCH SR. 50 ADAM TOPPER SR. HEAD COACH: BRANDT LOCKHART ASST COACH: ALTON GAINES ASST COACH: STEVE REYNOLDS MANAGERS: SAVANNAH TOPPER, MCK- AYLA KING, BRI17NEY MCANEAR, EMILY MARTINEZ, & KATIE GOOCH 3 JENTRY SHADLE SR. 10 JENCY BURTON SR. 12 TAYLOR GAINES SO. 15 DEBORAH HOWARD JR. 20 MACI WHITE SR. 21' CAMRA SMITH JR. 22 ANNA CENICEROS SR. 23 RYANN STARNES JR. 24 MCKAYLA CARTWRiGHT SR. 25 LYDIA HOWARD SR. 33 AUDREY SHELTON SR. 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