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January 11, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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i The Junior Class of '73 held a class meeting Friday, GodsJanuary 5. The main topic of dis(ussi )n was the Junior- 7T Ev emor Prom coming up in April We juniors have really "" _jgot )ur work cut out for us Evtrx ho ;ee 1 t . ,  me basketball game, _$ he junior class sponsors a cak( sd( Xe sure could use machthe public's support at these sales: After all, getting a prom altogether is not easy Or inx nxe. )wea. Th( Semor Class also held a ltneetmg, t. riday, January 5. They voted on their class motto which is"We've opened the door, the world lies before us." Their class colors are maroon and white and their class flower is the white rose. The3 are also supposed to begin ordering their invitati,ns . . . it's not long now:: The CttS Annual Staff had another deadline to meet this week. As usual, there were quite a few last minute details that had to t)e finished, but we got our work off on time. It won't be long before the annual is finished... Tuesday, January 2, the Br(mchettes and Bronchos play- ;d their first basketball game of the season in Clarendon. were 3 games with the B-team Bronchettes playing B-team girls at 5:00 The varsity Bronchettes flayed about 6:30 and the Bronchos played about 7:45. All games were exciting. The varsity girls really played good gane. The} only lost by 2 points. The Broncos layed a good game, too. They fought to the very end, but managed to squeeze by us. Friday night, January 5, the B-team Bronchos, Varsity 3ronchettes and Varsity Brenchos traveled to Wellington. 7larendon lost all 3 of these games, but the teams should congratulated on their fine efforts. Keep up the good work let's get out there and beat everyone else we play this Elray King. These two outstanding athletes were 2 of the 5 area guys to make All-State in Class A. Congratulations!'. As everyone has I)robably already noticed, all of the Broncho football team's trophies lmve been placed in a new trophy case on display for EVERYONE!' Candy Monroe made a mapofTexas with a star at Clarendon and "Broncos" written down the middle. The runners-up silver trophy stands alone and the 5 gold trophies are underneath it. The case looks great: And all of CItS is proud of it ... as well as the team. A prison-like atmosphere at CttS? Well, some students think so, especially since the fa- culty meeting last week. A few new rules were made which didn't agree too much with the student body. Some of the students showed their disapprovement by wearing strips of tape with number printed on them to represent the prison-like atmosphere that has seemed to cloud over the halls of CItS. Oh well, I suppose we'll simply have to endure. At least they haven't started feed us bread and water or carrying machine guns (yet) The CItS Broncho Band under the direction of Garr} Bowen is working furiously for their first concert of the year. It will be sometime in February. Everyone's sup- port is needed because this wilt help to furnish their long awaited trip to Colorado. "Canon City, tlere We Come'." (And Mr. Bow,n, here WE comel:) --Kim Newhouse, don't believe Everything you hear'.'. --Katrina and Vici sure came back to school smiling (and flashing their left hands around'.) I wonder why? --Debbie Robertson sure had a busy night, Wednesday, January 3. (Make up your mind!!) --Cindy Price has gone from one extreme to the other. It's bull-riding nexti'. Oh yeah, Cindy can't wait until it snows a foot! Right? --Terry Say,, we'll take up a collection and buy you a Christmas present. We don't want you to feel left out'. --No, Mrs. Stavenhagen, it wasn't a see-through blouse'.! If any one has a birthday coming up and can pass for 12 years old, go mention it toKatrina. She can get you a free ice cream cone from Baskin-Robbins! --LaRonda, did you ever get your car keys out of your locked car . . . or did you have to take it to Ilolland? --The high school basketball bus is getting to be as bad as the junior high basketball bus. Isn't it, Rodin, y? Well good luck Broncos and Bronehettes!! The Clarendon Press, January 11, Page 5 Ma... Let paper...see your half of I Mrs. Kathreen Wood of El- Bro. and Mrs. Sullivan Thurs- Bailey rites held member of the Goodnight Bap- tist Church. Survivors include: her hus- band, Charh.s Co Bailey of the home in Goodnight; two sons Milas W. Bailey ()f Amarillo, tt. Ashton Bailey of Franklin Louisiana; fiw, sisters, Mrs. Ruth Shaw of Mineral Wellsp Mrs. BerthaShrimpsher of Abi- leue, Mrs. Effie Looney of Per- fin, Mrs. Myrrh, Stel)hens and Mrs. Mac Broadstreet both of Jacksboro, one brother, Ben ttarmon of Jacksboro: two granddaughters; and two great grandchildren. Bearers were l;:lnory Goodin J. P..Matheson, Mirza Crain, I,loyd Reid, Joe Miller, and A. J. Garland. Services for Mrs. Victoria Bailey, 79, a resident of Arm- strong County and the Goodnight Community for over 52 }'ears, were held at 1:30 p.m. (m Mon- day, January 8, intheGo(dnight Baptist Church withRev. O.C. Edwards, 1)astor, officiating. Interment was in the Goodnight Cemetery with arrangements under the direction of Murphy Funeral Ilome. Mrs. Bailey died at 'kl0 a.m. on Saturday, January 6th., in Groom Memorial Itospital in Groom, after a lengthy illness. She was born on February 7, 1893 in Jack County Texas and was married to CharlesClinton Bailey on September 29, 1012 at Gibb Town, Texas. She wasa draddj Okla. spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Odom. Faylon Watson of Houston visi- ted all week with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. John Jones of Clarendon visited Saturday eve- ning with Mr. arid Mrs. Othel Elllott, Mrs. Ben Lovell visited with Mr. and Mrs. Nuford Dill Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Par- fain made a business trip to A m- axlllo Tuesday. Mrs. J. R. Graham and Rich- ard visited in Memphiswithher family, the W. A. Wards. Mrs. Doris Poole left the Northwest Texas Hospital Tuesday and is staying at her son's home, Charles Pool,, in A marillo. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Porter and family of Loving, New Mex- Ico, visited in Claude with Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Porter and with Mrs. Minnie Cannon Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mahaf- fey and Hugh visited Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Partain. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Rich- ardson from Amarillo visited Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Nu- ford Dill. Start Leffew of Clarendon spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Othel Elliott. Hubert Rhoades went to Borger Wednesday to visit his mother, Mrs. Austin Rhoades, who is in North Plains Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lane and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mof- felt played eighty-eight with day night. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Dorrle and Jennifer of Booker visited Mr. and Mrs. Horace Green Tuesday enroute home from Lubbock. Mrs. Jessie Holloway from Oklahoma City, Okla., is spend- lng the week with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Odom. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Watson Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cole and family and Faylon Watson had supper Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Watson. Gale Gray of Farwell visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Vance Gray this weekend and spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Bud- dy Tittle and family in Amar- illo. Bro. Bryan Knowles visited in the St. Anthony's Hospital with Clarence Reynolds Sat- urday. He has surgery sclm- duled Tuesday morning. We wish him a speedy recoverY. We had about 3 to 4 inchs of snow Saturday night. Will see you all next week. Mr. and Mrs. Brady Pittnn of Amarillo visited his sister, Mildred Hendrix, on New Years. The Plttmans were returning from Dallas where they visit- ed their son, Bob. wayne Lowe who teache" school in Amarillo spent the weekend in Clarendon visit- ing his mother, Mrs. Waltel Low,. I LQOKHERE Too Good To Pass Up... II Carton Cigarettes ! Nobody !/ndersells Its! 12 Riopan 95 One Size Fits All trlt & Panty Hose 0 89 Brylcreem 29 4 3 Size Close-Up Toothpaste Where you save up to 20 on Prescriptions Canes, Walkers, Bedside Pharmac Commodes 17 & Wheelchairs