The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 99, No. 48, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 30, 1994 Page: 2 of 16
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AMERICA'S FIGHT FOR FREEDOM is the name of the
newest exhibit at the Bosque Memorial Museum. The
display, which features the history of the United States
military from the American Revolution to the Persian Gulf
War, opened with a Nov. 29 reception at the museum.
-Staff Photo By Debra D Brown
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This year. 75 percent of entry
money will be awarded back to
exhibitors. Added money will be
awarded to Grand and Reserve
Grand Champions, and Breed and
Reserve Breed Champions.
Divisions for this year’s stock show
include Prospect Heifers. Prospect
Steers, Prospect Lambs, and Prospect
Superintendents for the 1994 FFA
Jackpot Stock Show include Don
Hoffman, Craig Hoffman, and Katie
Sweanngin. swine, David Winkler,
Jon Henderson, and Rod Brasfield,
sheep; John Mitchell, Ricky
Kuykendall, and Richard Bryant,
steers; Don Brandenberger, Robert
Clark, and Ricky Newton, beef
heifers, and Cindy Newton. Iris
Clark, and Linda Bryant,
concessions. Announcer is Duke
General rules for the upcoming
• All cash prizes will be a 75
percent payback with places to be
determined on the number of entries.
• The show is open to all Texas
FFA and 4-H members.
• All entries should be
postmarked no later than Nov. 28. A
$5 late charge will be assessed after
that date. Entries may be made until
9 a m. the day of the show.
• All late entries must register at
the livestock office.
• Gates will open at 6 a m. All
entries must be in place by 9 a m
and remain on the show grounds
until all judging is complete. Late
arrivals will be not accepted. Entries
may arrive Friday evening after 6
p.m, if needed
• All judges' decisions are final.
• Additional classes may be
arranged if a sufficient number of
entries are made — at the discretion
of the show officials.
• Health papers are required on
all breeding entries.
• Any entry found to be diseased
will be removed from the show
• The Clifton FFA or supporters,
show officials, or judges will in no
case be held liable for any damages,
fire, theft, or loss of property or
• Birthdates must be included on
all breeding cattle entries.
• Heifers and steers will be shown
without glues and adhesives, and
with tails down.
• All market lambs must be slick
• Breeding animals must be
• No bedding or hay will be
allowed in the barns.
• Ewe lambs may be shown in the
market lamb class.
• Gilts may be shown in the
market hog class.
• Steers will be divided by weight.
• Showmanship contestants will
receive 100 percent payback, and
must enter on show day.
• All rules and regulations, if
questionable, will be resolved by the
For more information, or to enter,
contact Clifton High School Ag
Science Department at (817) 675-
1 mile off Hwy. 22 at FM 2960
FRIDAY BUFFET — Catfish Fillet and Chicken Fried
Steak ALL-Y0U-CAN-EAT, Salad Bar Included
SENIOR CITIZENS SPECIAL (55 & up)
1 Meat, 2 Veggies, 1 Trip To Salad Bar, doffee And Tea
Included SUNDAY ONLY............................................$3.95
of the United States military.
"America's Fight for Freedom" is
the name of the exhibit, which
features military history from the
American Revolution to the Persian
Gulf. Special emphasis is being
placed on America's role in World
War II, with the anniversary of D-
Day this year, and VJ Day in 1995.
The museum is open Friday and
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and
Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m.
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Church. Zion United Church, Holy
Angels Catholic Church,, and St.
Matthew’s Lutheran Church, Waco,
are sponsoring this year’s spree.
According to an event spokesman,
donated items should be new,
although past unused gifts (not used
because of color, size, or style) are
welcome. Following is a list of
suggested items which would be
welcome. Note that no candy or food
All Breed Grooming
817 932 6123
Valley Mills, TX 76689
IV 817 932-6123 WT
▼ FM 317 • F
The Record & Globe...
The Obvlou m Choice!
of any type will be accepted this year.
• Ladies — Lotion, bath powder,
Christmas pins, moisturizer, bed
slippers, small digital clocks, jewelry,
gift soap, face powder, hair pins,
Ivory soap, safety pins, cologne,
lipstick and rouge, knee-high and
thigh-high hose, gowns, small
Christmas corsages, and hairnets.
• Men — Shave lotion and
cologne, dominoes, billfolds, brushes,
socks, belts, suspenders, bath powder,
men’s T-shirts, handkerchiefs, bed
slippers, emery boards, pajamas
(medium or large).
• Miscellaneous — Boxed cards,
toothpaste, boxes of tissue, hand
mirrors, sewing kits, miscellaneous
small toys, writing tablets, tooth
brushes, deodorant, puzzles, coin
pouches, stuffed animals, small gift
bags, nail clippers, clear nail polish,
small picture frames, playing cards,
arid throws (approximately 36"
“Money is always welcome, as it
can be used to buy whatever gifts are
needed. It can also help purchase
stamps, ribbon, paper, and tape,”
explained the spokesman.
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teachers and county agents. Weight limits, ownership, and registration
deadlines remain the same as in 1994, he said. Limits and deadlines
• Market swine — June 1 ownership deadline, weight from 220-270
• Steers — June 1 ownership deadline.
• Breeding beef, dairy heifers, and breeding sheep — July 1
registration and ownership deadline.
• Market lambs — June 1 ownership deadline, minimum weight 70
• Rabbits — July 1 ownership deadline.
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Under New Management!
Clifton Housing Authority.
The Housing Authority of the City of
Clifton, Texas, offers affordable housing
for low income families, elderly persons,
and disabled or handicapped.
We are paiWarly seeking elifH
disabled, or handicapped applicants
for our sites that are designated tor the elderly,
however all aaili^'aMsA^b.ll
Applications may be picked up at the
Authority's Office at 608 N. Ave. I, Clifton, TX
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Rcnlsare based on income. F.M.I. call (817) 675-8294
leI E.FLO./Handicap Accessible
Western Wear, and First National
Bank of Bosque County, Clifton
Branch; Meridian — Barker's
Pharmacy and Bosque County Bank;
Morgan — Orfield’s Grocery; Iredell
— First Security State Bank; Valley
Mills — Valley Mills Mall; and
Laguna Park — Cheyne's.
) Names of children and their
specific needs must be submitted to
community coordinators by Monday,
Dec. 5. Coordinators now in place
Clifton — Alice Brewer and Ann
Calton; Meridian — Jeannette
Kattner, Carolyn Lee, and Pat
Boswell; Morgan — Maria Zapata
and Barbara Watkins; Iredell — Dee
Sharp and Janie Herrin; Valley Mills
— Judy Walker; and Laguna Park —
Esther Roper. Community
coordinators are still needed for
Cranfills Gap, Kopperl, and Walnut
Neighbors who are willing to fulfill
these Christmas wishes need to have
gifts purchased and returned to the
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natural gas in the multi-family
Frame is a graduate of Baylor
University, with a BBA degree in
business administration. He and wife
Suzanne have no children.
Angel Tree by December 12.
“Please take time to fulfill a child’s
Christmas wish. Let’s continue to
prove that Bosque County is a great
place to raise children,” said the
For more information about the
program, contact ohe of the
coordinators listed above, or call
Carlon Lemmons at (817) 675-4248
We'll relieve the family of every burden,
by handling all arrangements with
competence and consideration.
We are licensed by the State
of Texas to sell pre-need
Clifton Funeral Home
Shop Whitney and lake Whitney
For your Christmas list
GOT A DRINKING PROBLEM?
A.A. CAN HELP!
BOSQUE VA£LEY GROUP
Meets in Clifton at the Armory
Tuesdays & Thursdays at 8:00 p.m.
LAGUNA PARK GROUP
Meets at corner of Hwy 22 & FM 56
Monday-Wednesday-Friday at 8:00 p.m.
Call 24 hours (817) 754-3336 or
write Box 143, Clifton, Tx 76634
it you wont to drink, that's your business...
it you want to STOP, that's our business.
It’s hard to be humble when propane propels a winning dragster down the quarter mile at 160 mph.. But we try.
And so we humbly ask you to consider propane to fuel your private, government or school district fleet vehicles.
Propane is a low-cost, high-octane alternative fuel. It will keep your fleet running economically and help you meet
state and federal clean-air mandates. Propane. The clean choice. The clear choice. There's no way you can lose.
THE C t I 4 ft ALTERNATIVE
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Door Prizes & Refreshments
at 22 Participating Businesses.
Come to take Whitney area for
Christmas Shopping and tots of /
213 N. Brazos, downtown Whitney
101 N. Brazos, downtown Whitney
Cato Legend Drug
117 W. Washington, downtown Whitney
202 N. Brazos, downtown Whitney
Circle R Nursery
2 miles north of Whitney on FM 933
(Behind Happy Trails)
203 N. Colorado, downtown Whitney
Francine's Country Cottage
& Mom's Sandwich Shop
307 S. Bosque, downtown Whitney
Highway 933,2 miles north of Whitney
Henri's Resale Shop
203 W. Washington, downtown Whitney
Hill Dry Goods
107 W. Washington, downtown Whitney
(R) Trading Post
4 miles west of FM 933 on FM 1713
Nature's Health Nook
Tin Top Village on Highway 22
Our Daily Bread
Highway 22, Whitney
203 E. Jefferson
Sim's Home Center
& Gift Gallery
200 N. Brazos, downtown Whitney
Stewart's Office Supply
A Radio Shack Dealer
703 E. Jefferson
The Little Deli
Highway 933 north of Whitney
Trader Vic's Gun Shop
Tin Top Village, Highway 22
Intersection Highway 22 & FM 933
Whitney Eastern Star
209 N. Colorado, Masonic Lodge
in downtown Whitney
Whitney Pawn Outlet
105 W. Washington, downtown Whitney
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Smith, W. Leon. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 99, No. 48, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 30, 1994, newspaper, November 30, 1994; Clifton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth788081/m1/2/: accessed April 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.