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Clarendon, Texas
January 18, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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January 18, 1973

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College BSU much interest ,ast September a group of Col- Students formed a non-de- religious organi- known as the Baptist Union. The purpose for club was to give the young of the community aplace they could go to discuss iir feelings and interpreta. of the bible and its scrip. time is 7:30 p.m, in Baptist Church each Tues- evening. Although the group not sound non-demonlna. it is. The memberswel. newcomers and the cur- lous with open arms. President Darrell Feemster of Quail and program Chairman Kent Heath of Clarendon lead the club in biblical studies, questions and answer sessions and musical arrangements. Individual ideas and interpretations of scripture are discussed andpresented for topics during the evening. Since its beginning the B.S.U. has grown in number and enthu- siasm, The club would like to extend an invitation to the sen- ior high teenager to come and take part in the group. "Re- freshments for the mind and body" are planned for each meeting. Memphis cotton report .&apos;otton harvest is at a stand- in the Memphis area due ice and snow the Past week, to W. E. Cain, in the USDA, AMS, Cot- Classing Office in Memphis. harvest is about 6Gto percent complete in this .a," said Cain. The Memphis Classing Office graded 950 samples this week to [ng the season total to 131,350. is compares to 87,150 on the date a year ago. predominant grade clas- this week was Strict Low Light Spotted (42)with percent followed by Middling Spotted (32) with 2G per- and Strict Low Middling (41) 21 percent. the predominant staple clas- d this week was 32 with 76 rcent followed by staple 33 th 15 percent. "qr- -p- -,qp.- .p. Micronaire, fineness and ma- turity, readings showed 69per- cent talked in the desirable range of 3.5 to 4.9. The 3.3 range accounted forlG percent and the 3.0 to 3.2 range ac- counted for 12 percent. Pressley, or strength, tests showed 85 percent tested 75,000 psi or higher. The average was 80,000 psi. The cotton market continued active and prices were steady to two cents per pound higher than last week. Average prices late this week for Strict Low Middling (41) and Middling LIgM Spotted (32) one inch staple were 28.50 to 28.75 cents per pound. This was for cotton mik- ing 3.G to 4.9. The average price paid farm- ers for cottonseed at the gin was $G2.00 per ton. THESE BRONCHOS fight for the ball during basketball action Saturday against Silver- ton. Fighting for the ball are Rodney Hicks, Handy Croslin and Danny Monroe. (Press Photo by Will Lowe) The Clarendon Press, January 18, Page 3 Farmers State increases stock, promotes 2 employees . t the . mmal Meeting of the Stockholders of The Farmera State Bank and Trust Company of Clarendon it was voted to increase the Capital Stock from $150,000.00 to $200,000.00 by the declaration of a stock divi- dend. In making the announce- ment, President Emmett O. Simmons stated that this U.. crease in the Capital Stock will allow the bank to keeppacewith the growing demand of banking services. We believe that for at bank to grow to its full poten- tial, it has to continually look ahead, plan ahead, and to offer the services scaled to the needs and desires of its customer Simmons said. The Farmers State Bank and Trust Company of Clarendon was organized in 1912 with a paid in Capital Stock of $50,000.00 This is the third stock dividend, a like amount was declared in 1958 and 1964. The total resources of the bank are now over ten million dol- lars. President Simmons also an- nounced that Lee Bell has been promoted from Cashier to Assistant Vice President and Dwayne L. Lamberson hasbeen promoted from Assistant Cash- ier to Cashier of the bank. Lee Bell ...asst. vice president Dwayne Lamber son ...new cashier ! Mr. and Mrs. Larry Watson )1 visited her parents, Mr. and & Mrs. Don Altman Friday night. I Also visiting the Don Altmans over the weekend were Mrs. 4t, N. W. Altman St., Joyce and L Dorothy Altman from Loving- ston, New Mexico. For old furniture, estates, family ti, accumulations (glasswear, dolls, sil- t verwear, jewelry, etc.). All trans- actions confidential. Write Buyers, Box 310, Lubbock, Texas 79408 or Call 80(-763-1445. ,(---(,(.--(,(..-(,,=..< ,-  [ ",,.-(,(--.< Crisco h ortemng 87 3 th. Can Bakers Angel Flake Coconut 14 Oz. Pkg. 49 Effective 18-19-201h Medical Center 1 = 1 DA Grade 'A' ,y,:rs Iscr Certified Bacon 2 Lb. THICK O Tm Pkg. Rubbingde AJc0h0[., Punt Bottle "lq" . ;ge 8 Oz. Pkg. 59 : Laundry Detergent a0000$1.1 Wdson Cerlified . "lfi. : $ ALL MEA'F t00'/RC ' g VACIJUM PAcI(.F1) lie t y 1 Bfis Jumbo /1 1 t  SEa-Put A x Tamales ,  a 1  I. UUl Fabric Softener ,J GALLON' UC Wrights Fine. 4 4 paaml I fSor Whole Lb'75 I Purex _. . .... 'a'//.! 14Oz. Cans 41h.qP..I ButtHalf Lb.g', 1/2 GALLON UJ super Blea, :h O/t y ..uper Blea,:h '/ oao, d 1 I/, J . 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