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Clarendon, Texas
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January 4, 1973

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The Clarendon Press, January 4, 1972 Pag*e 4 Clyde Noonkester Tommy Shields Randy Croslin Elray King .. Top Coach ...Area's Best ... Top Sophomore .... Defensive C00arer00aon tops Super Grid team AMARILLO -- Clarendon showed the Panhandle who is football ki ng last weekend, plac- ing more members on the 1972 A mzrillo Globe News Panhandle Plains Super Team than any i team in the newspaper's area. The Bronchos grabbed 4 spots, two more than any other team in th--tea;.."Placed on the team from Clarendon were running back Tommy Shields, who ran for just under 2,000 yards and helped direct the Broncs to the State Class A Finals; Elray King, a punishing tackler who had the knack for Southern Fried ., Call 874-3726 _   20 Minutes ahead fay il 8110 , bqe Piece White Meat 39c- S Pieces $1.7 1 READY FOR YOU : COLOR Piece Dark Meat 3k- S Pieces .H I : PORI;II ------ ,-, -- - VISIT RUBY'S GROCERY I For A Top Notch taken at ,, , 'RUBY'S   l dm i [:)rive In Gro. ; ONLY 5tk I A " THURSD Y ' I January 11  2-6 P.M. ONLY ONE OR FAMILY WlTHIN getting to the ball carrier, even behind the line of scrimmage; Randy Croslin, abruising soph- omore quarterback who lead the Broncs nearly all of the 15- game year; and head Coach Clyde Noonkester, who was named Panhandle Coach of the Year. *ghields, a 6-3, 20- pound speedster, who rushed forl,943 yards and rolled up 2,165 yards total offense and 26 touchdowns, is one" of four running backs chosen in the elusive team. He gained the nod for offensive player of the year. David Leathers shows his Reserve Champion Steer Donley County Steer Show. King was a defensive half- i se'ec**n' Gladys Scott also saw some hefty duty as an offensive player. Croslin a 6-3 190-pounder, I was picked the Sphmre f services held the Year award winner. Cros- lin took over quarterbacking I chores early in the seasonwhen Services for Mrs. Gladys Wesley Webb, Don junior Rodney Hicks injured a Mildred Waddell Scott, 63, a Ellis Butler, LynnRe knee and was sidelined for the former resident of Donley Cody McAnear. I remainder of the regular sea- County, were held at 11:00 a.m. son. The strong sophomore on Wednesday, January 3, in &d mMum m operated with unusual poise, Murphy Memorial Chapel with |vll|Vr(' m || "h| rushed for 256 yards and com- Rev. Weldon Rives, Minister | | pleted 57 per cent of his pus- of the First United Methodist ses for 824 yards and ll touch- Church, officiating. Interment .rvlc. ' downs, was in CitizensCemeteryunder wv.wmwv e Clarendon grabbed one more the direction of Murphy Funeral Mrs. Myrtis B. Phe spot too -- Coach of The Year Home. Memphis died at honors which went to Clyde Mrs. Scott died on Sunday, Texas ttospital in A Noonkester who directed the December 31, in City Hospital 8 o'clock Wednesday Bronohos to their best year in at St Louis, Missouri where . ^ .... ." .. A natzve of Grtyv. grid annals, sue nadbeenapatientmralmost and was a resident of In six years as head coach a month. She had fallen in a since 1926 at Clarendon, Noonkester has bus station, breaking a hip, Mrs. Phelan was the l compiled a 40-17-1 record and been in the playoffs four times. He's tutored Clarendon to at least a share of the district titIe each year. Clarendon's previous farthest advance was into the 1969 quarterfinals be- fore bowing to eventual state champion Sonora, 40-6. I Mike Graham, of Texas Tech has been visiting his parents, the Doyce Grahams, over the  holidays. I Mr. and Mrs. Pat Slavin visited his parents, he Clyde Slavins, over the weekend. Miss Anna Beth Simmons has been home visiting her parents, the Emmett Simmons over the holidays. while traveling from Illinois to Amarillo. She was born onOct- ober 2, 1909 in Jack County, Texas and came to Donley Coun- ty with her parents, the late, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Monroe Webb, at an early age. She was reared in Donley County and had lived in Amarillo for the past 10 years. She was a mem- ber of the San Jacinto Metho- dist Church in Amrillo. Survivors include two daugh- ters, Mrs. Gladys Merrelene Youngblood of San Francisco, California, Mrs. Johnnie Bell Coty of Everett, Washington; a son, William Waddell of Tus- cola, Illinois; two brothers, Price Webb of Amarillo, Al- ton Webb of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; sixteen Grandchil- dren and two Great Grandchil- dren. Bearers were Kenneth Wbbp of Frank Phelan, Jr. Carl Allmond of grandmother of Ch Frank Phelan III. Burial will be at p.m. Friday at the Church. Spicer will handle the Miss Lynette Allison 0 land Baptist College home visiting her sister, Mrs. son and Nelda, over days. Charles Phelan Frank Phelan of West University have been their parents, the Inns, over the holidayS. O DI Thank You for making it that way. Statement of Condition of THE FARMERS STATE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Clarendon, Texu at the dose of business December 29, 1972 II ASSETS LIABILITIES Loons  Discounts ............ $4,9"/4,235.51 Loons Guaranteed by U. S. Government ............ 854,299.04 Overdrafts .................. 3,'/! 4.49 Banking House ............... 66,253.B6 Other Real Estate .............. 1.00 Furniture & Fixtures ............ 15,348.68 Other Resources ............... 990.00 Stock in Federal Reserve Bank .... 13,500.00 U. S. Government Securities ..... $ 810,96250 Federal Funds Sold $1,000,000.00 Municipal Bands & Other Securities $1,043,592.70 Cash &Due From Banks .... $1,49.t, 130.22 $4,347,685.42 CAPITAL STOCK ............. $ 150,000.00 SURPLUS ................... 300,000.00 UNDIVIDED PROFITS & RESERVES ................. 255,321.87 DEPOSITS .......... ......... 9,570,705.63 $10,276,027. S0 OFFICERS end DIRECTORS TT O. SIMMONS, Preekkmt & Trust Officer VAN KENNEDY, V/cu-Pm/dent JOE T. LOVELL, Vice-President & A't Trust Offic SILLY It. JONES, Vlco-Proeldont LEE BELL, Cmhler CLARA LOHOEIqER, A't Cmler DWAYNE L. LAMBEILSON, A't 'cuhhr H. L. BENSON D. E. LEATHERS FRANK WHITE JL ANNA MORES SIMMONS H. M. BREEDLOVE Agricultural Representative We look forward to serving you in 1973!! THE FARMERS STATE BANK AND TRUST CO. J. R. barillo : ding oJ er, Jar .0 Jleed We :ns f, ttle. edlo Xper ubb Clarendon, Texas MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE