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January 11, 1973

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t [ l i L The Clarendon Press, January 11, Page 4 Broncos lose Wellington game Mrs. Jenkins C larendon&apos;s Bronchos t ravel-the Wellington girls, 47-24. Ca- rites held ed to Wellington last Friday night, only to return with a 59- 44 defeat from the Wellington rouncroallers. Elray King was the high man for the Broncs, scoring 20 points. Rickey Lit- tlefield and Mickey Grady each scored 7 points. The Clarendon girls lost to mille Mann was high point girl for Clarendon with 16 points. Wellington B team beat the Clarendon B team, 56-26. Scott tiamilton scored 8 points, Ken- neth King 6 and Willy Smith 6. A game withStlvertonTuesday night was called off because of the snowy weather. It is set for Saturday here. Arts Club meets Les Beaux Arts Club held its first meeting of 1973 at the Pat- ching Club House F riday, Jan. 5. The members met at noon for a "Spice Luncheon." Chicken curry and rice were served by the hostesses. Members brought vegetables and salads that contained spices. Cake and gingerbread were served for dessert. The meeting was brought to order by the president Mrs. L. E. Holloway. The nominating 1973-74 club year. They are: president, Mrs, Robert Boston t Jr.; vice president, Mrs. Tom- mie Saye; secretary-reporter, Mrs. W.C. Thornberry; trea- surer, Mrs. Forrest Sawyer; historian, Mrs. Grady tienson; and parliamentarian, Mrs.,ira- my Roberts. Hostesses were Mrs. For- rest Sawyer and Mrs. Johnny Leathers. Members present were Mesdames W. K. Hardin, Tommie Saye, Paul Hancock, MEMBERS OF THE Y-Knot Square Dance Club entertained Fun After G0s group Saturday at the 50s monthly meeting and luncheon. Here, several dancers are seen waltzing around the floor at the Lions ClubHall, where the event was held. (Saye Photo) Funeral servives for Mrs. Mina Jenkins, "6, a former Clarendon resident who died Thursday night in Dallas Med- ical & Surgical Hospital, were held Saturday, January 6, in Sparkman-Hillcrest Chapel in Dallas. Burial was in Hillcrest Me- morial Park Cemetery in Dallas with Dr. T. Herbert Minga officiating. She was the widow of Dr. Oscar L. Jenkins who prac- ticed medicine in Clarendon before his retirement in 1939. Re died in 1951 in Dallas. Mrs. Jenkins was a mem- ber of medical society auxili- aries in the Panhandle. She is survived by a daugh- ter, Mrs. ,ere Bob Hinckley of Dallas, and four grandsons. Pallbearers: Grandsons, al Fred Bourland and Raymond Ross, The Colts' Corr Christmas is over and it's 19731 It's been a pretty good semester . . . We just hope this next one goes as fast! It's still basketball season... that is, if the roads ever clear enough for teams to travel! The Colt teams were defeated by Valley Junior High last week. They had a few ',toughies" on their team, but we put up agood fight. Right, Gloria? We're scheduled to play Claude here tonight, with games start- ing at 6:00. Come cheer the Colts on to their second vic- toryI Congratulations to Vannell, Sheryl, Bright, and Howard for getting to play with the 8th grad- ers last Thursday. The teachers did a good job last semester . . . Hope they hold outII Brenda and Helen seem to have a lot in common: sore throats, playing guard, etc. Forest Sawyer, presented the berry and Jimmy Roberts. , : ( II ( new slate of officers for the Mrs. Hendrix returns home Prepare for the Upc m ng ar Mrs. Deborah Hendrix, an L.V.N. and wife of Navy Photo- grapher Martin Hendrix, just returned from Athens, Greece, after two weeks vacation with Martin where he is now located on the USS Forrestal. Dabble attended the fall se- mester at Clarendon Col- lege. She previously had plan- ned to be here for the spring semester, but learned that Mar- tin's carrier might return earlier than anticipated; there- mouth, Virginia. In order to be here when college opened the fall se- mester, she was not present when the Forrestal slowly steamed out of port on the morning of Sept. 2., 1972, but she plans to be present when the huge carrier steams back in port in a few months from Martin's second cruise to the Mediterranean. Dabble lived with Mrs. Mil- dred Hendrix, Martin's mother, fore she is at home in Ports- while she was in our town. Ads ! Le_alg Notices o ,0 Pontiac, , good condition, Phone 874-,414 Sealed proposals for construc- " , lg 24.010 miles of Asphalt ............ V mcrete Pavement from Arm- .. ro. Ai,r: zezngerator, ...... ] "e tove, reater, Air onaiioner, rong tounty L, lne to t ecu y  r,_,_ r_.= C-'" ..A re, rug, aoy Deu LII O/ UUO. I Highway No. US 287, cover- " " [ b7 C42-6-33 & C 42-7-32 Donley County, will be re- ,ived at the Highway Depart- ., M LAND AND HOUSES fo .z=. eat, Austin, until 9:00 A. ., Lsttn ,ntd Onet-Sn [] y 24, 1973, and then pub- ders [eal Estate, 820 South  pened and read. A!ten 874-533. Plans and specifications in- uding minimum wage ratesas ovided by Law are available the office of Everett H. Man- FOR RENT: 3 bedroom mad- 1 )e, Resident Engineer, Clar- ern house. 5 miles East of don, Texas, and Texas High- Clarendon D, E. Leathers y Department Austin. Usual 874-2092. ghts reserved. "I t wish to extend my grate- LEG.L NOTICE ful hanks for the prayers the flowers, the get-well wishes, l The Commissioners  Court in holiday greetings and the many ad for Donley County, Texas, kindnesses of myfriendsduring ill receive bids for depository my long illness. Each one of )r county and school trust these has been so deeply appre rods on February 12, 1973, ciated. )r the years 1973 and 1974. May you be blessed! he bids will be considered at Myrne Rhoades O0 O'clock p.m., in the of- ce of the County Judge. l II I I II I I I I t Ray Appliance Service GENERAL ELECTRIC FRANCHISE DEALER |T HEATING AND Am CONDITIONING | I WE SERVICE ALL MAKES I OF Am CONDITIONING I FREEZER AND REFRIGERATION | I svic , PAmS I I o. P. RA, owz I I s II CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING AND PROCESSING Menday Thru Friday II I II I I II Country Ham ting Concrete Pavement from Arm- strong County Line to lledley on Highway No. US 287, cover= ed b7 C42-6-33 & C 42-7-32 in Donley County, will be re- ceived at the Highway Depart= cluding minimum wage ratesas provided by Law are available at the office of Everett H. Mon- roe, Resident Engineer, Clar- endon, Texas, and Texas High- way Department Austin. Usual rights reserved. and for Donley County, Texas, will receive bids for depository for county and funds on February 12, 1973, for the years 1973 and 1974. 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