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The Clarendon Prdss, February 8, 1973,Page 2 Shower honors Around town Miss Celli The Pre sbyterian-Episcopalian Sunday School classes have certainly been having some intriguing aswell as informative classes lately. Each session isheldSunday mornings. Thanks to Wesley Knorpp, there'splentyofgood hot coffee on hand. This is one class where you better talk back to the teacher. Enrollment has averaged out to almost a dozen. However, like I said, there's plenty of coffee and chairs are waiting to be filled. The meetingplace is in the Presbyterian base- ment. To date, the class lessons have involved the basic church doctrine. Each session is designed to invite investigation, stucnd discussion. Betty Boston's home was the scene of the February Les Beaux Arts meeting held last Friday afternoon. Acting as this month's hostesses were Mrs. W. K. Hardin and Mrs. Jimmy Roberts. Betty Boston presented the program. This is needle-point for the group. Having previously taught a course on the subject, Betty was able to demonstrate new skills and "tricks of the trade." Each attending member brought an article that she had designed herself. Mrs. L. E. Holloway, this year's President, conducted the business meeting. Plans for future products were taken under discussion. Coffee, tea, finger sandwiches and strawberrycream cUvi- pities were served after the program. I don't know who got the most compliments -- the straw- berry cream divinities or Betty's enthusiastic program! The Les Beauxs really are the "Busy Beesl" The club is planning to sponsor an art exhibit in the Farmer's State Bank April 29. Ben Coals' specialty of Southwest Art will be the featured display. If all goes asplanned, a showing of a local collection of Indian artifacts and relics will be on hand to accentuate Mr. Conls' work. The Frank Whites and Heckle Starks returned from their Ft. Worth trip Friday. The couples have been traveling to "Cow Town" for years together and always enjoy themsel- ves immensely. To situate themselves between convenient shopping facili- ties and the stock show, the foursome lodged at the Broadway Hotel on Lancaster Boulevard. Highlighting the excursion was their tour of the Kimbell Art Museum. The museum boosts of EuropeanandAmerlcan 19th century works of leading masters. "For next year's trip we're looking forward to attending the automobile showing," replied Mrs. Stark. Golfing enthusiasts during "spring break" in the middle of winter have been: Dorothy Breedlove, Mary Ann Sawyer, Catherine Cain, Nell Barnhill, Avis Benson and Maxine Hardin. These ladieswlll threatentheprosby the time summer ar- rivesl ! Mrs. DickShelton, chairwoman of the local American Heart Association, is presently collecting funds for this most worthy cause. Contact her by calling 874-3607 and donate! After all, February is Heart Month! Did you know that every other Saturday night the Lelia Lake Community hosts a pot-luck supper?This upcomingSaturday evening is "The" night for the food n' frolics. After the 6:30 meal, games of 42 are played and if there's plenty of attendance, the group gets up avolley ball game or two(or 3 or 4 or -,--) Come join all the fun at the Old Lelia Lake schoolhouse this weekend. Want a new place to eat in Amarillo? Try Cross Timbers restaurant. Located on the expressway Just afew miles east of the city limits, the service is second to none and the steaks are superb. The atmosphere you should enjoy im- mensly. If you're watching the calories, don't worry! The menu considers your dilemma. Take it from one who knowsl I understand that Vera Lewis' newest race track contender has been showing some promising abilities lately. Don't forget me at 874-3641 for your weekly newsl Phone me some Tuesday! THIS CAR, driven by Mrs. Frank (Wanda) Phelan Jr., was involved in a wreck Friday night at the intersection of Highway 287 and South Koogle. Mrs. Phelan was seriously injured in the crash. The other car involved was driven by Cecil Burrow. He was in- Jured and taken to a Memphis hospital for treatment. (Press Photo) CECIL BURROW was injured in a 2-car collision Friday night at the intersection of High- way 287 and South Koogle. He was driving this car, which was in collision with a car driven by Mrs. Frank (Wanda) Phelan Jr. Mrs. Phelan was rushed to Northwest Hospi- tal in  martllo, and Cecil was rushed to the Memphis hospital. (Press Photo) The McLean Tournament is over. Our 8th grade boys brought back the Championship trophy Saturday night by beat- ing Lakevlew 22-20. Barry scored high points inthatgame. On Thursday, the boys played Estelline and won with flying colors. Friday they played Mc- Lean and managed to get by them, too. So, the Colts ended up winning four of four games this week. Congratulatlonsl The "Coltettes" managed one win. After defeating Estelline 22-24, we lost to McLean. We then played Lakeview for third place and lost by one point, 17- 161 The boys won Monday night against Valley Junior High, 32.. 30. Yeahl But the girls didn't! Miss Maci Celli was the honoree at a miscellaneous shower given in the home of Mrs. Naomi Phelan Saturday morning. Serving as hostesses for the occassion were Mesdames Naomi Phelan, Nadine Martin, Hazel Monroe# HelenLand, Ruth :.Neal, Margaret Waldrop, Lea ..:.Welch, Louise Payne, Mrs. J. W. Murphy and Louise Ri- ley. Special guests were Mrs. Esta Celli (the bride-to-be's Mother) and Mrs. Thomas Perkins mother, and Mrs. Hat- tie Hazog. Miss Pare Perkins acted as registar for the guests. Miss Carrie Neal served as the refreshment hostess. The refreshment table sport- ing a pearl pink table cloth, was centered by a pink carna- tion and daisy bouquet. Pound cake, sausage and pecan rolls and coffee were the morning's delicacies. For a hostesses giR Miss Celli received a silver cas- sarole dish. Receivin hours were from 10 a.m. until 12:00 noon. Brett's name has been chang- ed to Brat! That's a Joke, Coach2 It was good to see Joyce Taylor at the tournament, even though she was playing for Lakeview! Sheryl B., did you have a nice fall Monday night? Coach Bromley, what's this about intercepting passes on!he basketball bus? Laurie S.'s dimples have been showing off lately. Lisa, why do you have an empty seat on either side of you in Coach Hall's room? Vanell loves to play "Jack- in-the box" on the bus. Right? Mark Mann, Paul and Mary Hermesmeyer, and David Lea- thers went to Fort Worth to show their calves. Glad you're backI Last Friday evening at 7:00 o'clock Miss Ruby HeRon be- came the bride of Gordon Ben- nett, youngest son of Judge and Mrs. Forrest Bennett.Thedou- ble ring ceremony was con- ducted in the bride's brothers home in Chulavista, California. Wednesday Mr. Bennett re-. ported for duty on the U.S.S. Reasoner which will be sta- tioned in Japan until September. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Hazlett of Phillips, Mrs. H. M. Hor- sehner and theC. C. Horschiers of Dalhart were visitors of the W. M. Crains Sunday. Striking Living Room Group by Sta.Sford... 6 Piecee An exciting new design.., big, cushiony pieces tufted in the manner of English club furniture with walnut finish trim to add a Contemporary note...sleek, walnut finish accent tabled topped with smoke glass. Includes the sofa and swivel rocker in fuss-free, honey color vinyl, two bunching tables and two end tables. Terrific for family room or living room. Christi, did those stories scare you? I suppose everyone is look= lng forward to the last  rally .... this Thursday. The cheerleaders have really , worked hard this year. Three cheers for the"Cheerleaders"l we have three new girls: Janna and Elesha Brandon and Sue Taylor--welco met We're sad that Janls Mills moved awayl (Back to Chil- dress) So 6th grade is playing three on threel Keep it upI I hear Wayne Phillips, Billy Gardener and Guy Langham made a pretty good teamI Christi, did you figure out how to do a "doggie fip"? It's a little late to send Christmas cards. Right, P.? David M. is really swinging these days, right Tarzon? Rlcky R. is recoeperating from a broken collor-bone. We sure miss himI College game rescheduled Coach Jack Hedden of Clar- endon College received a call from Denton, Texas, from North Texas State University. The basketball game scheduled with North Texas for the 17th of February will be played at Clar- endon College gym Wednesday, February 14tl Game time will be 7:30 p.m. The public is cordially invited to see this game which should prove to be a fast running, shooting, and high scoring bas- ketball game. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reed had as their guests this weekend Mr. and Mrs. Ed Addell and Lloyd and Ethyl Reed of Claude, Bob Addell and family of Canyon t Glen and Patsy Reed and Trlna of Amarillo, Tru and Opel Bar- bee of Bowie, Blanche Higglns and Mr. and Mrs. LoisPntman. RAY RUFFIN of Amarillo announced his candidacy last week for the 13th District, U. S. Congress. Ruffin, a Demo- crat, will seek the right to challenge incumbent Rep. Bob Price, a Republican, in the congressional race in 1974. Ruffin made a swing through the district last week, and stop- ped to confer with most of the newspapers in the district. Ruf- fin visited The Clarendon Press Thursday. Ruffln raises cutting horses on his ranch near Amarillo. He has moved back to the area permanently after living in California several years. He is known for his recording ven- tures in the religious field. He will travel throughout the dis- trict for the next two years, and will likely face competi- tion in theDemoeratic primary. (Press Photo) Services held for Mr. Speed Graveside services was held Wednesday afternoon at 3 p.m. i for Edward Lewis Speed of q Colorado City, Texas with the, Rev. James O. Brandon offi- ciating. Mr. Speed was born July 26, 1889 and passed away l February 5, 1973. '549 4kdk 7:. 2' - %%%%%%% The Clarendon Press Box Ill0, Clarendon, Texas 79226 The Clarendon Press is publi.shed weekly on Thursday, every week of the year, at 204South Keaz'ney ia Clarendon, Texas. Application to mall at second class rates as',, prt,sently pelldillg at the U.S. Post office hi Clal't:l|doll, Texas. Established 1972 ill Clarelidoli, Texas. W. l)t,tul Sizlgh,toil, editor and I)lk'-;he Z'. bifocals by LATE DECIDERS: Don't forget the dance , Mu Gamma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. It's this night. Get your tickets from any sorority gal. , middle-aged friend says she wishes movie McQueen would talk more in his movies insteadof his face so much. To Justify heropinion she says, to the movie magazines at the beauty shop, he is face lifll! The CC Basketball Queen for 1972- 73 is Miss Cindy of Memphis. She isa 19-year-oldSophomore and the ter of Mr. and Mrs. Haskel Phelps of Memphis. Others up for the title were: Miss Joyce Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. McKinley LewlsofClarendon; Godfrey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Beng! phis; and Miss Jo Ann Braddox, daughter of Mr. C. B. Braddox of Wichita Falls. Mike Martin, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. coaching this year in Hermleigh, Texas. His high girls team played district Tuesday night That's quite an accomplishment for a first year Mike is also assistant coach for the boys team. The CHS football players are now selling tickets the wildest basketball games you will ever see! Floor Flusherettes and Flushers are playing the Bomberetts and Bombers. This g February 20, at 7 p.m. in the high school gym. kets are 50 and adults are $1.00. Talk about something fun and relaxlngl Have you eVd crewel work? It's embroidery, but uses thin wool Y can buy all the materials in apackage, or make up design. We've seen mushrooms, frogs, flowersandbl: your imagination run wildll It's called HenflationI Eating breakfast out of town a Bifocals reader said that on the menu one egg a# was cheaper than two eggs and no baconl Welcome Brandonsl Not onlydoestheFirst Baptist have a new preacher, but a very good public hear from the Kiwanis and Lions Clubs. Dr. Brandon i Barbara have four lovely daughters. Ernest ("Tunney") Kent believes that if you keep long enough, it'll come back in stylel "Tunney" has a t has an Allan Bryan's Men's Store label init. Let's long ago was that ?Among the admirers of his tie were J arbiters Richard Tunnell and Billy Jack Land. Frances and W lllard Skelton drove to Wichita with a huge cedar chest loaded in the trunk of the car i Paula and Gene Odom and their moving van. The Odoms are moving from Fort Worth. ago Gene, who is more innovative than scientific could pierce ears with one of the children's dart enough, he pierced three sets of ear s in less than utes and there have been no complaints. Here's how: First, he found an eraser that fit thei inserted a needle in the eraser. He practiced and found out that the needle went in the same time. Then he sterilized the needle. A bar of soap behind the ear. The loaded gunwas heldagainst the "" trlerwat$ pU]dad tbt wa let anyone who thinks they are crackshots tr the roomll Corn The last Monday inJanuarywasa dandy. The out in mass, displayed their usual enthusiasm but no one were reported. The weather man af Friday and the weekend was highly successful with  golfers doing their thing on Sunday afternoon. Doug played such a hot game that the evidence is 18th fairway. Activities at the clubhouse picked up this Howardwick Lions Club was not able to have at the January meeting due to the illness of club staff, but they held their business session have Ladies night and dinner as usual this month. was served to the Chamber of Commerce last Slavins and Knorpps celebrated Margaret*sblrthdaY  nesday. The Thursday Duplicate Bridge Club was by Maxine Hardin. Frances Skelton was high, June and Nell Barnhill tied for second. On Friday Mrs. Emma Dearer entertained with a bridge All areas :of the club were busy Friday night. eight children were watching their favorite TV while the adults visited andwaited for Mr Mack to prepare some 23 steaks for their The noon buffets have been discontinued notice due to bad weather and the flubug that has ing the rounds, however advance reservations ma for a buffet for 10or more peopleby contacting Mrs Short orders and steaks are always available the little ones they can sit inthebrand new mini vlded by the club. FINAL Skirts, 1//2 P Dresses, Jeans, Coats, Tops included in this The Tumblew 212 S. Sully ndon, m .'ome oyce her elr m rlon!