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The Clarendon Press, January 4, 1972 Pag 2 Things of the band, which has a busy spring planned for this year. (Saye Photo) are busy with the Clarendon High School Band these days. Here is a picture Band plans busy spring by RICHARD WOODY tivM. On March 11 the Clar- our fund raising projects, which endon Band will go to UIL con- helps us to make our bandtrips Busy, Busy, Busy will be test at Panhandle. possible. the theme for the Clarendon On May 4-7 the band will go Hlgh School Band. Wewillstart to Canon City, Clrad fr Steer Show the second semester with a full the Canon City Festival. Three schedule, days from then on May l0, big SUCCESS Ferrell McAfee and Mike the Spring Concert will end the Boothe, the two membersmem- concert season for the band. hers that made all-regionbands The band would like to ex- Randy Ward showed his calf will go to the All-Region Band press appreciation to Mr. Cur- to the grandchampionshipofthe Concert at Dalhart, January dell and the school board for Donley County Steer Show last 19th and 20th. the bus they chartered forthem Friday at the fair barn. Ward, The first concert will be to give more comfortwhiletra- whose calf came from John Feb. 8, at the Harned Sisters veling to Brownwood. Burson, had the top steer aural Hall, Clarendon College. Then Also, we would like to thank all some 38 entered in the show. to Burger for the Burger Fes- the people who have supported David Leathers had the re- serve grand champion of the show. Class winners included: Heavy Weight Class, Randy Ward, first, and David Leathers, second; Light Heavy Class, Starle Mann, first, and Mark Mann, second; Medium Class, Mark Mann, first, and Jemie McAnear. James Putts won the show- manship award. In the groups of two, Starle Mann placed first, Mark Mann second. Judge for the show was Don Reeves, Colllngsworth County Extension Agent. * Milton Mann, local FFA in- structor, reported that the show was best the county has ever had. The Clarendon Press Box lll0, Clarendon, Texas 79226 The Clarendon Press is published weekly on Thursday, every week of the year, at 204South Kearney in Clarendon, Texas. Application to mail at second class rates are presently pending at the U.S. Post Office in Clarendon, Texas. Established 1972 in Clarendon, Texas. W. Dean Singleton, editor and publisher. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputatloa of any individual, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Clarendon Press will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. Eagle banquet held recently The Eighth Annual EagleRec- ognition Banquet was held in the Perryton Club, Perryton, Tex., Dec. 29, 1972 to honor all boys who earned the rank of Eagle Scout during 1972 from the Adobe Walls Council. This Council covers 12 Texas Coun- ties, and 3 Oklahoma Counties. Thirty boys were honored. Four of them from Clarndon's Troop 33. Present for the ban- quet was Jeff Campbell and Pat- rick Robertson. Unable to at- tend were Richard Woody and Mickey Grady. Card of Thanks Thank you for the food, flowers and prayers during the loss of our loved one. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cham- berlain. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Chamber- lain. Mrs. and Mrs. John Cham- berlain and children. Evelyn Chamberlain. Betsey Hawkins. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cham- berlain and children. Mr. and Mrs. William C har0- berlain and chlldrn Mr. and Mrs. David Counce and David. Benese Chamberlain. SUPER JANUARY Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Vaughan announce the engage- ment and approaching marriage of their daughter, Linch Sue, to Mr. Gary Allen Childs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har- old V. Childs of Howardwick. The wedding will take place March 10 in the United Meth- odist Church. Miss Vaughan attended Clarendon Public Schools, Clar- endon College, West TexasState University, andTexas Tech. Mr. Childs graduated from Clarendon High School. bifocals by cindy What a wonderful and beautiful way to start off the Year!! Janlce Scoggins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Roy and granddaughter of Mrs. J. It. Bartlett and the late J Bartlett, was married at 10:00 a.m. on New Year's Marriage vows certainly make the best New Year's olutions ever!! I The Everett Monroes and Steve Lands have left on a holiday. Doesn't that sound like fun!! Chiefs for the Country Club New Year's Eve Dance Clyde I. Price, Jr. and Billy Jack Land. They 32 dozen eggs and sliced 30 pounds of ham for the morning breakfast and baked biscuits and served eyed peas. The band kept playing happy birthday greeting One of them happened to be sung to Debt Patterson. Debt a New Year's Eve baby! Several out-of-town guests seen were: Janice Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Arlis Davis of Paducah;Lewis hall, Jr. and date of Memphis; Pat and Vicki Slavin; Clyde Slavin's daughter, Ann, and son, Charlie; Chamberlain. There were also numerous C phis people along with those from Estelline and There's no way to skip football, even at a party! McAnear wore her UT button supporting her brother, JtJ and the rest of the team. UT won that great game, Again, as at all holiday parties, there were some most beautiful dresses and pant suits. Also many looking suits and sportcoats. I know certain mothers are really glad to have their dears back in school for a time. The next big holiday Easter, which isn't until the last of April. So, the morns Clarendon get a rest. Don't you feel sorry for those teachers? Ever wonder what to do with that leftover roast beef Sunday dinner? Here's a recipe that might solve the lem: Bagwel! rites held Funeral services for Mrs. Edna Bag'well, 79, a Claude re- sident since 1911, were held at 3 p.m. Sunday, December 31, in United Methodist Church of Claude. Officiating was the Rev. Har- mon Meixner, pastor. Burial was in Claude Cemetery by N. S. Griggs & Sons. Mrs. Bagwell died at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in Palo Duro Convalescent Home in Amar- illo. She was a native of Ellis County, and came to Armstrong County with her family in 1910. The following year, she mar- rled Claude Bagwell and they moved south of Claude. She was a Methodist, ..... Survivors include her hus- band; four daughters, eight sons, four sisters, five broth- ers, 29 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Porter rites held in Tulia Funeral services for Mrs. Earl Porter, 77, a longtlme Tulia resident, who died at 3 a.m. Friday in Swisher Me- morial Hospital were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, December 31, in First United Methodist Church in Tulia. Officiating was Rev. Carl Nunn, pastor. Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery by Walffce Funeral Home. Mrs. Porter was bern in Titus County. She was a mem- ber of Panhandle Pen Women and a past member of the Eas- tern Star. She was also a long- time resident of Clarendon. Survivors include her hus- band, Earl; a son, Earl Jr. of Houston; two daughters, Mrs. Jeanice Weatherly of Hereford and Miss Patricia Porter of the home; seven grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Twirlers dance The Y-Knot Twirlers danced Friday night with three squares enjoying the last dance night of 72. New officers will preside at the next dance night, Frid- day, at the Lions Club Hall with Audrey Brown calling. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lester of Luboock spent the weekendwith SANDWICHES STROGANOF F 1 tablespoon chopped onion 1 tablespoon butter 1 10 1/2 - ounce can mushroom or 10 3/4-ounce can beef gravy 1/2 cup dairy sour cream 1 tablespoon dry white wine Dash dried basil, crushed 6 slices leftover roast beef 6 slices toast Cook onion in butter till tender but not brown. Blend gravy, sour cream, wine, and basil. Add beef; heat stirring occasionally, about 5 to 7 minutes. Serve over toast. Serves 6. THOUGHT FOR THE NEW YEAR TODAY is the time to begin to tackle a few of the and the opportunities around us. Today is the time to only kind words about others. Today is the time to something of ourselves, our time and our where they are urgently needed. Today is the time to at least one worthy thing which we have long postpor Today is the time in which to express our noblest of mind and heart. TodaLAs the time tn mak vex put :off until tomorrow what can be done From MOMENTS OF ME By Paul S. Stinnett edges Hedlev, Wins Claude Tournament Stinnctt held off a strong CHAMPIONSHIP Hedley rally and dropped the CLAUDE (Girls) tll 33 Owls, 57-56, for the boy's title. VEGA e C--KaY Newsom, 29; while Claude's girls topped chordson, 2Z. Vega. 58-48. Saturday night to STIN'IETT 13 29 HEDLEY 4 23 highlight championship finals S--Tim Watts, 22; H--Leon F play in the Claude Invitation- m CONSOLATION al Tournament STINNETT (Girls) 11 T3 SUnnett, paced by Tim HEALEY 15 21 S--Peggy Gaines, 18; HRenee Watts' 22 points, jumped to a . 134 first-period lead, but the 5ILVERTON 12 6 SANFORD-FRITCH 21 45 OwJs, who npset Sanrord- S--.Jan Minyard, 16; Fritch ill first-round action, Kinney, 20. THIRD PLACE kept chipping away at that CLARENDON (Girls) 6 9 lead. $ANFORD-FRITCH IFp C--Camille Mann, 9; In the girls' finals, Kay Hawkins. 20. Newson Ibok I'figh:game hart- CLARENDON 1 4 VEGA 14 2 ors with 29 .to lead thc Mus- C--Llttlefleld, 16; V--Jason Co tangettes, who led 18-8 after one quarter and maintained that 10-point edge to the final 1 hw:ldrmo; ther' Mrs'Maragaret buz:lr "Ve g: ii 2"/RPc ihnatrd, s a ' Save Save Save!I! c i " " on Both Men's & Women's Clothing I 'Continues!! Our Biggest and Best Sale lever i Christmas Cards--Y2 Price I AII Coats 1/2 Pric Savings From 25% to 80% ,nfants, Boys and Gir.ls 1/3 to 1/2 off on all dresses, sk,rts, pants, tops, coats and many more items. The Tumbie wee! ! Clarendon, Texas t212S. __ _- i-2554.00.