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January 25, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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The Clarendon Press, January 25, Page 3 Youths show at Amarillo County 4-H members ted 24 steers at the Am- Stock Show. Nine of these were sold at the sale owner, placing, sale price were: Dean Hawkins middle wt. cross, 53 County Champion. lub; Mark Mann 3rdplace cross 53€, Doniey Coun. zmpionship Club; Camille 7th place middle wt. An- 52 Amarillo Packing; Helms llth place middle .ngus 53€, Mrs. W. J. B Jr.; James Edward PeLts Heavy Hereford, 52, y Co. Championship Club; le Mann 12th place Heavy 56¢, T. L. Roach; Edwards Port s 14thplace Hereford 53€, Donley Championship Club; 18th place wt. Hereford 539, Frank Mark Mann 13th Mid. cross 53¢ Farmers Bank and Trust. 8 barrows at the Amarillo show. Kenneth Odom, Ray Fichte, Scott Hamilton, Danny Holland, Alan Harper, and Bob Myers. Barrows werepurchased for54€ a pound by the Donley County Championship Club. Gary Jack sold his pig to PGC for 56€ and Lynn Floyd sold his bar- row for 56¢ per pound to Mr. Flemmlng of Amarillo. The support that people of Donley County made the sale a suc- cessful one for 4-H and FFA members. Lynn Holland dies Services for Lynn Damon Holland, age 21, a Sophomore student at Clarendon College and a lifetime resident of Don- ley County, were held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in the First Baptist Church in Hedley with Rev. J. J. Terry, pastor, and Rev. Billy Wilson, minister of the First United Methodist Church in Hedley, officiating. Interment was in the Rowe Cemetery with the arrange- ments under the direction of Murphy Funeral Home. Lynn died at 2:30 p.m. Mon- day in Northwest Texas Hos- pital in Amarillo from injuries received in a one-car accident December 31 five miles east of Clarendon on Highway 287. He has been in critical condition since the accident in which his brother,Glyndol Holland and Maurtce Myers both of Hedley were also injured and have been released from the hospital. Lynn was born on April 29, 1951 at Groom and attended from Hedley High School. He was in the military service in 1971 and was presently attend- ing Clarendon College. Survivors include his Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hollander YOU'LL BECOME OUR STEADY CUSTOMER ! Hedley; his sister, Mrs. Gall Hill of Hedley; two brothers, Darrell Holland and Glyndol Shurfresh Pure Vegetable leo 4/$ Effective 25-26-27 Gelhart's BPoEIt PCC S 5/$1 00 et Imitation QI:S Whip 59 I , • our Cream 9, € alad Dressing o, oz "4 u v y ! QUART JAR---- T, i I R.q00i I I Che r Ernie Ronnie Del Monte Shurf, ne Layer "" Laundry Detergent Pineapple Juice Cake Mixes nn • GIANTSIZE /'/'1" I 4oz CANSWV'| .111 I IIIII SS'T FLAVORS / |.UUi p] 100 SQ FT ROLL $1.89 Ivory "uid Detergent 22 OZ BOTTLE | lit#' Paper Towels Wilson Certified 3, 100 00Bacon JUMBO ROLLS THICK OR THIN THE BEST TItAT • MONEV CAN BUY 2 LB PKG New Crop Jumbo 1|/ usage $1 79 :Yams 0000ILI2 HOT OR MILD 2 LB ROLL •  ;ul llel Zee ,. Oranges 19100iToile,;,ssue _'tqblt)orkBackbone 7.q00l with 1oLs of good, lean meat. joint banquet held in the school C,-Id cafeteria. W ater -- -- Out-golng Presldent of the I,quld ' All O00000000QUART 69¢ Chamber of Commerce, W. P. Crudgington served as the eve- nlug's M.C. President of the Jaycees Joe Stephenson and Mr. ess ----'-" Crudgington both gave brief re-  Duch ports on their organizations F0000ABR00Iliqo00T0000Eaf400/00oz / i B/70000kets progress throughout the past year. ..c__,oo** n. * COUPON MACHINE for the following honor s- ,/2}I 'MAUASLCHLH: $3l Outstanding Young Farmer,  Chfford Grocery WASH 00 Chester Butler, Outstanding  GOe;h::UgRh fl/;:3 IIlY,_  Businessman, Calvln Mars, t k ( hops c Outstanding Jaycee, JoeStep- enter Cuts hensen, j ' 09¢ Being recognized as the 1973 ............. Chamber of Commerce newly-  ) ! Clifford Grocery ; l[l'l " '  elected offlcfals were: Pre-I iI_. Lean&Tender sident Bill Henrlchs, First .............................................. Vice-President; Forrest Ben- WITH THIS COUPON   lL nett, Second Vice-President; I | -pound I':"r:.".-:}  ..... Calvin Marsh; Secretary Clif- ml  I ford Mayben andDirectorsGlen ! Can of I II h lml///BmW0000. CraigL°wranC%and DudleyBlll ForbeS,Barrett.O., B. , Maryland Club I a'I Im Ill ,- ' .), Installed as the 1973 Jaycee ,1 Coffee "I"1" I00IIN officers were: President, J. B. Smith; Vice President, Ronald  WJthoutcoupOfl 99c Aguiliar, State Director, Ed-  [__Cash v.lue ,/20C..._ ....... - • L,m,10ne_pe, custom,, m-"- | ward Stephenson and Directors,   cou,o. ,xm.[s 2/2/73 -. 10  John Brltten, Fred Brltten and C. M. Bryant Jr. John Chamales and Calvin Marsh composed the banquet committee and the Jayeeettes were responsible for the dec- orating. Music throughout the evening was presented by the Clarendon College Choral group• Lois Lambert was respo sible for preparing and serving the banquet delacacies. Over 100 were in attendance. Have a happy weekend. Palmer and Russell attended the Claren. nude basketball game Friday. • and Mrs. John Plaster were guests of the Billie Wolford .ant Greenways Sun- !ed hearing Mrs. Gee- has been down ore throatI Obert Vaughns and the Penells of Panhandle SUnday evening bowl- out. The couples an evening to- Mr. Penell re- High Plains Baptist surgery Tues- You had a very plea- rsary! Mr. and Campbell, Mr. Phillips, Rev. s• C. W. Lawrence and Richard Bennett's parents, the Carter Veazeys. Mrs. Bernie Benson is home nursing a lingering flu case. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Garland were guests of the Joe Bownds of Clarendon Sunday. The Lyndel Careys of Sil- verton spent Thursday with the Cliff Maybens. Last Wednesday Marge Wat- son transferred from Texas Tech to Texas University. Marge will be a second se- mester sophomore. Congratulations to just wed Janet and Charles Dye. Mrs. George Willis, sister- in-law of Mrs. Cleve Bennett passed away last Monday lnher hometown of Mansfield, Texas. Our condolences are extended to the family and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Woolmdge and Mr. and Mrs. Pttts Crudg= ington attended the Odessy 2000 presentation in Amarillo last Friday evening. Don't forget your 7:00 p.m. Friday meeting in the Baptist Church Library Claude min- isters. C. N. Sutton paid a social call to Rev. and Mrs. O. C. Edwards Monday. Robin and Lee Ballard have been down the last several days with the croup. Get well soon, both of 'ya. We were deeply saddened to learn of the death of Mrs. Sue Kerr. A long-time commun- ity member, Mrs. Kerr passed away Thursday in the Pale Duro nursing Home Funeral services and interment were held Saturday. Did anyone recognize the two "huge" pictures on the second page of the sports sectionofthe Friday edition of the Amarillo Daily News? That was quite an impressive write-up Mustangettesl Incase you missed the pictures and ar- ticle askDeenasowrance or Kay Newsome. Pm positive they COUld tell you all about itll Sunday evening the Spenser Matlocks dined with their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bill Matlock. Mrs. W. R. Uclck has been feeling poorly lately. Happy birthday! Joe Reck, W. C. Bill Thornton, Glen Robin- son, Frances Ford, Pam Dur- ham, Vlcky Durham, Kathy Hol- lingswort, Albert Fithen, Mala- dy Carr,SamueIHarrill, Harold Haney, Joe Christan, Kenneth Mayben, Bea Johnson, Edgar Knierim, Lisa Lewis, Leon Duniap, Lena Fithen ,Norma against Seminole Col- °tfield was admitted lains Baptist Hospital warmest thoughts and are sent to Mr. and Chris Brady who e 'q# married last Saturday af- "Jbon January the got Jr ,,, - sixth. t ..... u lrs E ,ng  so .... . . F. Ha- L, . "' -"**zan Were Sunday .r:jor Mr. and Mrs W. >ital. " he he[e re were quite a number of cl) e wives represented at the able Cattleman, s Distr ct • entlon thi- • • I ast Monday in Those attending the While the men were Mrs. L. A For Terrill Chr,^- " d • zan, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Tom Chris- John Chauveaux, Corbln as well as Year base for the con- was the Villa Inn. The show was held Leak Ranch. at the Big Club members you meeting Friday, Jaycees Scouts YOu have your ngs MOnday. r. and Mrs. W. R. Clack in Amarillo to mix bust- s.With pleasure last Sat- newlyweds Doug and ritten make ahandsome not only look great but the "Dynamic Performs Will too. You caught their write. Sunday,s Paper! The married last Wednes. Cr°wellaccompanledthe Bennett. Sunday all 4 of the to Semlnole Bennetts got up early and tra- ran Saturday night to see veled to Clovis, New Mexico aUghter Janlce play bas- to spend the day with Mrs. The Don Salmons were com- pany for Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Matlock Monday. Ben Chamberlain after hav- ing spent 2 weeks with daughter Penese of Denver, Colorado, returned to Claude Tuesday. Bryan Waggoner stopped by Tom Miller's for a brief visit Monday morning. Mrs. L. A. Ford hosted a coffee in honor of Mrs. Jerry Hill last week• Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett of Amarillo spent the evening with his pax- ents Judge and Mrs. Forrest Baptist Church Sunday. s. H. K. Lee of Amarillo 1dnaY evening caller Ballard family. Lee ls Mrs. Ballard's to know Miss was release from ounty Hospital last Mon- Fairview Community held part of their annual 4 42 tournament last Satur- 3 on the tour- parts Will be held next evening -. weather Jimmy Dean A marillo Saturday. Kay Crudgington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. PlttsCrudging'ton was recently chosencommand- er of her Angel Flight Organi- zation. The group, which is a branch of T.C.U.'s R.O.T.C. program travels to various parts of the country perform- ing skilled marching dries. Thalla Melton went to the show In Amarillo Friday even- lug. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Crain called on Mrs. Retta Hubbard and Misses Mal and Mary Miller of Clarendon Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bell and girls of the Martin Community dined with the Jim Garlands Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Bennett of Amarillo traveled to E1 Paso and Juarez last weekend to cele- brate her birthday. Our sympathies are relatedto the Price family. If it's not snow and slush it's wind! But far be It from me to complain. Even this wind is more bearable than that mushy concoctionl Mrs. Jim Garland was in Claude for business Monday morning. Rev. and Mrs. O, C. Ed- wards called on Misses Mal and Mary Miller of the Claren- don Nursing Home Sunday. Last Monday night the Cham- ber of Commerce and the Jay- tees Installed new offlcals In a Arizona Lettuce 00A00.29 ¢ LARGE FIRM HEADS placing but not sell- ,ere: Jeff Helms, 15th oth- Leon Ward, Clayton Hill, and Starla Mann 10th Wendell Hansard. Hereford and 19th Hereford, David Leath. Heavy Angus, Scott Heavy Cross, Perry 20th Light Hereford.Oth. showing were Lisa Mc- r, Jamie McAnear, Jamie Barry Hastey, and Hermesmeyer. "'FFAmember'sold 'edleyscho°landgraduated Hunts ,, I l III Ul  Tomato Claude Goodni ht ,o lI Ilm I ' , l Nestles , ., .,---- Chocolate 89(: Jr. and Mrs. Max Baird Mr. and Mrs. Olin Lambert. Bryant and Doug Roberts. 2 LB BOX church services at the Mrs. Lee Palmer shopped in Del Monte Spinac #303 CANS 4/89 ASS'T SIZES Holland both of Hedley; his I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.' b Mortos #303 CANS Leon Foster of Clarendon, Mr. I r -; and Mrs. W. C. Holland of lied- icy; his great grandmother, • Mrs. Dovie Meador of Clar-• BEEF, CHICKEN endon. • OR TURKEY Bearers were Maurice Myers, __ George Nelson, Danny Morgan, Cheer Swifts Butterball