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December 22, 1994     The Clarendon Enterprise
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Page 12 Dear Santa, For Christmas I want a Remote Control Car, a water gun, and a 4 wheeler with a remote con- trol. I also want you to bring me some cookies. Your Friend, ', Ben Smith Kindergarten, Miss Duncan's Class Dear Santa, For Christmas I want a Foot- ball player and a nimendo and a I 204 S. Koogle Behind Allsups t Clarendon, TIt i The Hair Connec June Hinojosa, Owner 874-2212 Large Selections Open 9 to 6 [ PanJMltchen I Mon-Fri Available III I II I III I I . May you experience ':': the season and all the joy, warmth and happiness it holds in store. Our warmest thoughts are with you on this holiday occasion, along with our thanks for your valued business. James Owens Leather Goods Woob ' ,tuff :bt [artnbon fttet ninja turtle. Your Friend, Sherrfll Carter P.S. I will save some cookies and milk. Kindergarten, Miss Duncan's Class Dear Santa, ! | wOO0 Dear Santa, My name is Desirae Row. For Christmas I would like a Bar- hie Jeep, a talking house and a medicine girls. Your Friend, Desirae P.S. rll leave cookies and white milk. Kindergarten, Miss Duncan's Class These are the three things I want for Christmas. I want a green ranger, a shark attack, and a Power Ranger pillow. Sincerely, Ethan McAnear Kindergarten, Miss Duncan's Class Dear Santa, My name is Martin Oliver. I would like a Batman, a car, and some clothes for Christmas. My mom would like some Jewelry and o Thursday, December 22, my dad would like some boots for Christmas. Your Friend, Martin Oliver P.S. I'll leave you some milk and cookies. Kindergarten, Miss Duncan's Class Hedley Senior Citizens Dec. 22-28 Thursday:. Chicken Dumplings, Italian Vegetables, Apple Slaw, B terscotch Pudding, Corn M !fin, Milk, Tea, Coffee | Friday. Close Christmas Holiday Monday. Close Christmas Holiday Tuesday. & Gravy, Hominy, Gabbage, Waldorf Salad, Cookies, ,fee Wednesday. BBO Pats, Baked Beans, Kernal Corn, Potato Slice Peaches, Wheat Milk, Tea, Coffee 00ao. Th Light Of " = Dog e s ., AII-B Groom! a brilliantly-lit Christmas tree, District of Columbia, the  -"ii !]]]I ., i ' ? see homes and stores aglow with ty will be supplied by coal. Monday - Friday beautiful lights and decorations or What's more, for the fifth ,ARE see pictures of the magnificent . inarow, the 571ive trees100 AFA 8 a.m. to Sp.m. national Christmas tree in ." "" '. form the pathway ofpedM Washington, D C. all lit up, you : : were grown on reclaivl mol 874-2646 or 874OA97 might like to take a moment to .,' -. coal mine lands. Afce think about where this bright ' the holidays, the dona  Christmas custom comes from. : "'. trees will be planteday G @ The lights on the Christmas Washingtn'area parksllal;d " reclainhme tree, legend says, were the : '. Before being the surface mine whP m' Merr9 Christmas to All from tCbe Clareubea .ltt=t Bob, Maggie and Cassie ,,o.po 0 0 result of a bright idea by Martin Luther. Walking : in the woods one winter : evening, he saw starlight glimmering through the branches of an ever- green; brought the tree home and trimmed it with candles so the whole family could enjoy the specta- t.. cle. Ever since,  ' the trees grew p: '. duced half a millJ " tons of coal to prov '. electricity for re dents in Ohio. Today, this for mine is a comm cial tree far with over 250,  trees growing reclaimed co evergreens, lights and Christ- mas have gone together. As for the electricity. national Christ- mas tree, its light comes from what to many is a surprising source. A coal mine. For one thing, coal is the nation's most abundant and reliable energy source. When President Clinton turns the switch that lights the national mine land The holiday season is ablaze Belmont, Ohi with fight, thanks to coal, which The National provides 57 percent of America's Association ed the tre Cravat Coal vided the transportation. Over two million acres mined land have been reel by the U.S. coal industry 1974. The Christmas trees cheery example of how this has been put to productive u Christmas tree and the 57 smaller and something else to - trees that represent the 50 states, this holidaf o   ,llmo a o   MD O D I, qnD qums mlm   qn qm auB  oip   Im ID   al@  mD amp   IB ii lUllS  Clarendon for ChristmasV | : Is there someone you know who would like to keep up with what's going on in Clarendon? t l : Name: o We're extending our very best wishes to you and yours for a holiday filled with good friends and cheer. We're proud to be a port of this fine community and are grateful for the opportunity to serve you. Merry Christmas! Communay Bank Hedley Branch 0 o o Why not send them the newspaper? : [1 In-County $18.50 [ ] In-County (Senior Citizen Discount) $16.50 [ ] Out-of-County $22.50 [ ] Out-of-County (Senior Citizen Discount) $22.00 : Address: o City: State:  ZIP.Form. 1o d/ary P.O. Box 1110, Clarendon, TX 79226-1110 Late Night Shopping Downtown Clarendon Every Thursday Night Until Christmas Entertainment Each Thursday Night Feral Sheiton Wagon Rides Train Rides - $1.00 per person School Choir - Christmas Carols Bring the kids down to see SANTA CLAUS Sponsored by The Clarendon Merchants Association