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December 15, 1994

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19 Thursday, December 15, 1994 Y Senwr Citizens News me Ifn Tuesday night, December 6, the staff of the Doniey County Seniol -_/ "'Citizeus Center hosted a Christmas party for the volunteers an a .n.Wboar d of directors. A lot of help was given to decorate for the party. Special goes to the decorators: Karen Wortham, Helena Catoe, Pat Billie Taylor, Margie SuRer, Cora Hamilton, Betsy EI- Freida Tucker, Wesley and Betty Thomas, and lke HuvaL people attended the party. Nits Meador won the Santa and Sharon Thomas won the Christmas Mail box. The Black out Bingo winner was Helena Catoe. She won a Christmas Sweatshirt by Eda Wallin. The gift exchange turned into quite a game. Just : Center's staff made adorable angels from cotton bolls of the Center's volunteers as a small token of their appreciation for all the work the volunteers do all year. They each do a wonderful job not get along without theng The Center sends their appreciation to Gayla Fletcher for the use of the I-Iarlan's Flowers van for the home delivetT on Dec. 2. They also Wormsbaker with the High Plains Hearing Aid Clinic [or providing monthly clinics at the Center. This is a great service to the mmmunity. Nine members of the Martin Quilt Club ate dinner at the Center after their club meeting. They were: Marie McCracken, Hazel Edeus, Ann Flossie Reynolds, Lorine McAnear, Mary Lee Nobles, Melba RJsley, Pauline Koontz, and Barbara Helms. The Center also wants to welcome newcomers Josephine Mustari and her daughter, Dorothy Havey, and James Lane. Ruby Dell Estlack donated over seven pounds of paper shell pecans fund raiser. Claude Thomas was the lucky winner! Reminders: Thursday, Dec. 15, Hearing Aid Clinic, 10 a.m. to 12 noon and Christmas Meal served; Monday, Dec. 19, Senior Citizens Dance Club, 7-9 p.m.; Tuesday, Dec. 20, Blood Pressure Clinic, 10:30 a.nL 12 noon. On For , Jeanene Sinclair In a symbolic nationwide obser- vance to focus attention on the issue, the Doaley , Extension Office is joining enforcement, businesses, agencies and private throughout the county in public that during the holidays, law enforcement will be cracking down on those who choose to drink and drive and place innocent people's lives in jeopardy. For information on how you can support National 3D Preven- tion Month, and for assistance in planning activities to promote "Lights on for Life" in your com- munity contact County Extension Agent, Jeanene Sinclair, at 874- 2141. lie Iateaeu Wf Sealor Citizens Menu Ambulance Report , their vehicle headlights on they drive during the day on December 16, 1994. The observance is dubbed hts On for Life" in person skilled and in alcohol-related crashes serves as a reminder of law watchful eye on The event is part of xd and DrnggedDriv- ; (3v) Prewon Month, beld in andNational Holiday Wew.nd" (Dber Law enforcement, anti- groups and others are par- ,sting in various activities month to call atten- to the continued drinking and in our county. |] 'Lights on for Life" is spon- Sored by the-National Highway affic Safety Atration and a poalition of government, corporate nd advocacy groups - the National Prevention Month Coalition. This observance is important use with all of the parties and during the holidays, drives are always a prob- This event will help to focus on the impaired driving and hopefully prevent people behind the wheel after 1 This sends a positive message the community and reminds the Dec. 15 - Dec. 21 Waursday: Turkey and Dressing w/Gravy, Candied Yam, Green Beans, Fruit Salad, Pumpkin Pie w/Top- ping, Bread, Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk Friday: Pork Fritter, Macaroni and Tomatoes, Steamed Cabbage, Purple Plums, Pastries, Dinner Roll, Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk Monday:. Smothered Steak, Cream Potatoes, Spinach, Tossed Salad, Peach Cobbler, Dinner Roll, Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk Tuesday:. Chicken and Vegetable Pie, Broccoli Spears, Autumn Fruit Salad, Butterscotch Pudding w/Top- ping, Bread, Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk Wednesday: Butter Beans w/Ham, Fried Squash, Carrot Copper Pennies, Tropical Apples, Cornbread, Coffee, Tea, Whole Milk Calendar of Eveats Waursday: Exercise 10:45 am., Lunch 11: am., Games 12:30-3 p.m.; Hearing Aid Clinic 10 am. - 12 noon; Friday:Exercise 10:45 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m.; Monday:Exer- cise 10:45 am., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m., Dance Club 7-9 p.m.; Tues. day:Exercise 10:45 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 p.m., Blood Pressure clinic 10"30-12 noon; Wedmm- day: Exercise 10:45 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Games 12:30-3 pJaL Due to great public hue, Howells' Chili House now has Prime Rib every. Thursday Night after 6:00 p.m. 12-06-94 Rex Brown, transported to St. Anthony's Hospital, trauma 12-07-94 Jewel Morrow, transported from NWTH to residence Clarendon, medical 12-09-94 Alyce Munden, no transport, medical 12-10-94 Castro Redrigo, transported to NWTH, trauma 12-10-94 Kevin L. Rejeck, transported to NWTH, trauma Obituary Hardy Graham Bobbltt lGneral services for Hardy raham Bobbitt, age 86, were held at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, December 12, 1994 in the Claren- don Church of Christ with Don Stone, Church of Christ Minister, and Mike Suiter, Pastor, officiat- ing. Interment was at Citizen Cemetery with arrangement under the direction of Robertson Funeral Directors, Inc. Mr. Bobbitt died at 8:30 am. on Saturday, December 10, 1994 in the Medical Center Nursing Home in Clarendon following a lengthy illness. He was born April 25, 1908 in Bassette, Navarre County, Texas and lived in Claude for 6 years before moving to Clarendon in 1938. He married Nadine Larimore Kerley on December 24, 1932 at Claude. He had been a mechanic for most of his life before his retire- ment. He was a member of the Clarendon Church of Christ. Survivors include his wife, Nadine Bobbitt of Clarendon; one daughter, Norma Putman of Clarendon; two sons, Bubby Bob- bitt of Memphis, Emmitt Bobbitt of Hobbs, New Mexico; one sister, Ethelene Barton of Corsicana; one brother, Homer Bobbitt of Kerens; For Propane Hill Petroleum 874-3778 DayorNight 8 grandchildren; and 11 great grandchildren. Casket bearers were Gene Denney, Eddie Hankins, John Judd, Randy White, and Audie Watson. Honorary bearers were Page 3 Donald White, Elvis White, Earl Shields, Carroll Duncan, and Blackie Hartwick. The family requests that memorials be to Westview or Tip- ton Childrens Homes. And sincere holiday tidings to my Mends of all fairly. Cennet Rhode With a busy schedule around the holidays, you don't always have time to do yourclothes. Greenbelt Cleaners can help. 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