The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 103, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, January 23, 1998 Page: 3 of 10
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Friday, Jan. 23,1998
The Clifton Record
AUCTION ITEMS CREATED A SMALL MOUNTAIN in the Clifton Chamber of Commerce office as Ann Calton
(left) and Fawn Wagner Inventoried and prepared the donations for the annual Chamber banquet this Saturday
evening. — start Photo By Oavxi Anderson
CLIFTON — The Rev. Carol Spen-
cer will be the special speaker at Doth
the 8:15 and 10:30 am. worship ser-
vices at TTinity Lutheran Church on
Sunday, Jan. 25.
The Rev. Spencer is currently serv-
ing as interim pastor at Bethany
Lutheran Church in Dallas. She is
also the executive director of the
Synod Mission Fund of the Northern
Texas-Northern Louisiana Synod of
the Evangelical Lutheran Church of
America. The Mission Fluid is set up
by the synod as a type of an endow-
ment fund. Interest from the fund is
used to help mission congregations
in the synod.
A covered dish lunch will be held
in the fellowship hall following the
10:30 a.m. worship service. Bnng a
favorite dish and visit with Rev. Spen-
To Meet In Waco
WACO — The Heart of Texas Chap-
ter of the Texas German Society will
meet at 7 pm, Jan. 27, at Wiethom In-
formation Center on the campus of
The program will deal with using
computers to locate genealogy re-
sources on the Internet
Fbr more information, call (254) 486-
2366, (254) 710-6900, or (254) 710-8712.
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• River’s Bend Bed and Breakfast
— One weekend stay for two couples.
• Hillside Pharmacy—Diermoscan
• Hidden Springs Specialty Shop—
• Ikon — Tvo-color ribbon printer
• David’s Supermarket — $50 gift
• Don & Pat’s Cleaners — $20 gift
• Dr. Ernest Erickson — Electric
• Commercial Printing — 500 two-
color business cards.
• Clifton Thictor and Equipment —
• Dr. Dee Anna Nichols — Electric
• Ftehler’s The Lumberyard — Air
• The Hobby Horse — Sculpture.
• Jim’s Package Store — Cham-
• Keith Hardware — Shop-Vac.
• Leon’s Floor Coverings—Vacuum
• Clifton Veterinary Clinic — Spay
or neuter one dog or cat; annual vacci-
nation, bath, flea and tick treatment for
• First Security State Bank — Tlvo
tickets to BCCFA Dinner Theatre; two
tickets to the BCCFA Big Event; two
tickets to BCCFA Preview ’98.
• GoodNight Station — One night’s
lodging and breakfast for two; home-
style dinner for four.
• Goodall-Witcher Healthcare Fbun-
dation — One sandwich tray, one veg-
• Clifton VFW Post #8553—10 Ham-
burgers and drinks.
• Edward Jones Investments —
Movie at the ClifTex Theatre and din-
ner for two at TWo Amigos.
• Bosque Pest & Termite—General
service and flush.
• Brookshire’s — Fruit basket; gift
• Carla Mitchell Enterprises —
Three months’ advertising on the In-
• Bosque County Emporium —
• Holiday Havel — Stuffed dog and
• Albrecht’s Pharmacy — Goodie
basket (includes candle, decorative
bird house, picture frame and stand,
picture album, pencils, and more).
• Jerry and Jo Cash and Bobby Joe
and Betty Conrad—Countiy dinner for
• Calvin Raeter — Shelled pecans.
• Clifton Moulding Corp. — One
night’s stay at the Stockyards Hotel,
dinner at Cattleman’s Restaurant, and
Bill Bob’s Bucks.
• Patricia Ferguson — Framed
George Hallmark print.
• StoneWall Collections — Angels,
hugs, hearts, and more for your valen-
• Clifton Floral — Decorative
• U.S. Postal Service — Sweetheart
• B J.’s Western Wear—Silver bolo
and silver collar tips.
• Texas-New Mexico Power Com-
pany — Electric weed trimmer.
• Hill-Lindley Real Estate —
Wooden rooster wastebasket.
• Ann Calton — Dr Pepper floral
• Pill Box Pharmacy — Ladies’
• Between The Lines Graphic (W.
Leon Smith)—Tvo-ton hydraulic floor
• Convenience King — TWo $10 gift
certificates for gasoline.
• Pizza Junction — Large pizza.
• SMR Good Donuts—Breakfast for
• Anonymous — Healthy living
• Bosque County Conservatory of
Fine Arts — One-year membership
and two months tumbling or self-de-
• Black-Eyed Pea, Hillsboro — Din-
ner for two.
• Lone Star Cafe, Hillsboro —
Chicken-fried steak dinner for two.
• KWOW-FM - $200 advertising
(not to be used for political announce-
• ClifTex Theatre — Admission,
small popcorn, and drinks for two.
• Phil Robertson — George Hall-
mark studio proof: “Abilene Morning.”
• Mark Cunningham—$175 gift cer-
tificate for signage or graphics/art-
works, or 25 percent off signage or
graphics of $1,000 or more.
• Anonymous — Juice set.
• Anonymous — Wall pig plaque.
• Graphice Artem Promit—Family
• Anonymous — Shell wreath.
• Anonymous — Ivy arrangement.
• Anonymous — Peach throw.
• Anonymous—Easter goodies bas-
WACO — The Muscular Dystro-
phy Association is in need of volun-
teers to help with the 1998 April
Pool MDA Lock-Up to be held at the
Outback Steakhouse in Waco on
Volunteers who are available be-
tween 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. (all or part)
to help with driving, greeting,
mailroom, or other jobs can contact
the MDA office at (254) 752-9632.
The number can also be used to
turn in someone’s name to be
locked up. All informants are kept
confidential, said a spokesman.
Chet Edwards’ Mobile Office Coming
To Clifton, Meridian Friday, Jan. 30th
WACO — U.S. Representative
Chet Edwards’ mobile office will be
in Clifton and Meridian Friday, Jan.
30. The office serves some 30 cities
throughout the 11th Congressional
District on a rotating basis.
The office will be set up at the
Clifton Civic Center from lOto 11:30
a.m., then move to the Bosque
County Courthouse from 2 to 3:30
H.H. (Trey) Gerdes, O.D.
Exams • Glasses • Contacts
603 S. Avenue G (Hwy. 6) at 15th St.
Monday-Friday 9 a.m. -1 p.m.
Wednesdays 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
GOOD LUCK? — This horseshoe was dug up by city workers removing
concrete end digging water lines on North Avenue D in Clifton. Cllton
Main Street Pro|ect beautification project members hope the horseshoe
signifies good luck in the construction project which has been slowed by
rainy weather. - st»« phoio By xnov*™
Congressman Edwards’ mobile
office brings the services of his
Waco district office to constituents
who are unable to visit Waco due to
time or travel limitations. The of-
fice is operated by a staff member
trained to deal with questions or
problems related to Congress and
the federal government.
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Smith, W. Leon. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 103, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, January 23, 1998, newspaper, January 23, 1998; Clifton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth788091/m1/3/: accessed January 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.