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The Clarendon Press, February 8, 1973 Page 4 Last week was the week for bad colds, flu and hospital care. The Armstrong County popu- lation really has kept the A mar- illo hospitals in business. To each and every patient (home and hospital) we say: Hurryand get well - we miss you! The Fire Department Ambu- lance was summoned at 9:30 a.m. Friday to take Gary Car- son to Northwest Texas Hospi- tal, Doctors revealed after Gary had been hospitalized for the weekend his condition showed signs of improvement. Taking Gary to Northwest were am- bulance attendants Johnny Ken- nedy and Kenneth Johnston. Joe Davis entered HlghPlains Baptist Hospital Monday for tests. Friday morning he un- derwent surgery, A second sur- gery is scheduled for Friday morning. (Tomorrow) Mrs. W. R. Clack has been down with severe headachesand Claude-Goodnight Wednesday after suffering a high blood pressure "discom- forts. She consulted her doctor last week and seems tobedolng much better. Mary Baggerman has been hospitalized in Pampa. Mrs. Ed Reed had to con- tend with sore throat pains last Monday. Karen Barrett, Doyce Breed- love and Curtis Pritchett were admitted to High Plains Hospital last Tuesday while Willie Hol- sonbake spent part of the pre- vious week in St. Anthonys. Mrs. Max Baird caught her son's flu bug and has been down most of the week. Fire Department Ambulance attendants Rex Bag'well and Jim Hubbard escorted Mrs. Buster Dye to High Plains Hospital at 3:35 Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Dye had suffered a heart seizure. Upon her arrival to the hos- pital Mrs. Dye was placed in Intensive Care. At 11:0,5 a.m. Saturday the ambulance carried Mrs. W. L. FOR SALE 1973 GMC Sierra Pickup With Camper Power Steering, Power Brakes, Factory Air, Tape Player, Insulated Camper, Carpet Throughout, Wheel Covers, V-8. Just Like the Day It Was Driven Off the Floor. Gillespie, mother of Mrs.Ralph Ray to the Southwest Osteo- pathic Hospital. Joe Max Hood and Paul Rutherford served as ambulance attendants. On a more encouraging note Shari Smith returned home Tuesday from a 4-day interval at Northwest Texas hospital. C. C. Bailey related that his arm had greatly improved since his doctors appointment last week. The Don Davis clan sur- vived their flu epidemic. All are back on their feet working and going to school. Monday night the American Legion Hall housed the 4-H G. I. Party. Area 4-H'ers and their sponsors pitched in, serubed and put a G. I, polish to the building. This Saturday the Legion Hall will be the scene of the annual4-H farm machin- ery auction and sale, If you can't contribute come on any= way. Who knows what bargains you'll find! Rev. and Mrs, O. C, Ed- wards were present for the Top-O-Texas Baptist Evangeli- stic Conference in Pampa last Monday. The Ed Reeds have a new four legged friend. They got their German Shepherd puppy last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lovell made a business trip to Am- arillo Saturday. The John Chauveauxs and Bob Hoods have been taking ad- vantage of the "sportsman's weather." The couples have been golfing this last week at Clarendon Country Club. Fri- day Mr. and Mrs. Doc Minkley accompanied the foursome. Call 874-3641 or 874-3653. Dean Singleton Ruby's Grocer Is Your FOOD Headquarters This Friday the StudentCoun- cil of Claude High School will sponsor a Valentine Dance. The social will be held in the ele- mentary gym. All proceeds will go to the Student Council for their va- rious activities, You Cook Your Own, Depend on Us !or Groceries If You Like Food Mr. and Mrs. Herman Patter- son of Amarillo and the Bill Ashleys also otAmarillo enjoy- ed the Sunday hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McGehee. Wiley McCray of Briscoe Mrs. A. G. McCray of Sham- rock and Margaret Kruegur of Wheeler were company to the Max Bairds Saturday. Mrs. Phil Campbell was in Amarillo Monday morning. The Joe Lovells paid a short visit to his parents the Ben Lovells Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Garland visited friends and relatives in Sunray and Borger Sunday. Hugh Reed who recently re- turned from a month leave to Camp Pendleton in California rated fourth on the Rifle Range Instructors Course and finished second in the ExpertRiflemans category. Hugh's parents, the Ed Reeds are planning a flight to California for a brief visit in the near future. The W. R. Clacks tended to business and shopped inClaren- don Saturday. What marvelous weatherl It sure makes walking to the mail ]box more en|oyablel Weve had some wind but nothing damag- ing. Fondest wishes to newlyweds Ed Reed flew to Munster for the funeral of his auntSaturday. The Fire Department answer- ed an alarm at 12:55 Sunday. A grass fire on the Judge Ben- nett place had been ignited from a spark of a cutting torch. The blaze was quickly extinguished. Our hopes of living "Happily Ever After" are sent to "Just hitched" Mr. and Mrs. John Randall D urret Rev. anfftdrs. R. H. Mexner attended the funeral of W. J. Austin in Perkins, Oklahoma last Thursday morning. The de- the Mexner's son Ralph. Mr. Austin died due to injuries he acquired in a car wreckearlier last week. Janis Irby along with the rest of the girls basketball Wild- kittens Squad of Parsons Col- lege in Fairfield, Iowa, will challenge the Flying Queens of Plainview both Friday and Sat- -urdy night of this week. Home Demonstration Agent Ruth Hughey attended the Home Economics meeting inAmarlllo Saturday. stroke last week while working in Hedley. Mrs. Smith has been at his bedside. with your r How to make your home more while you lower yourenergy Like to enjoy barefoot comfort in your home all year long? Already Prepared, Lunches Daily Let Us Fix Your Fried Chicken Food to Go Quick-Stop Groceries IWhatever Your Food Needs, I We Can Fix You Up#.#. I Like to cut heating costs as much as a third? nday,, ting j Like to cut air conditioning  the p [.the costs as much as half?, e lo, Mere The secret is through eecj insulation.  o Your home probably has some insulation already. But, thorough insulation includes an adequate Captain and Mrs, Charles Fred- rick Lutz. Rev. and Mrs. O. C.Edwards visited friends in the Claren- don Rest Home last Sunday. Anniversary Blessings: Mr. and Mrs. Butord Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Matheson, Mr. and Mrs. John Cartwright, Mr. and Mrs, Dave Browder, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Stange and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Merrell. For their Friday evening guests Mrs. Steve Donaldand Miss Inez Blankenship hosted Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Craln. Mrs. Jenelle Moorehead of Amarillo is presently staying with her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Reed. Good Luck this week Mus- tangs and Mustangettes! Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gar- land attended the W. T. - Wichita State game at the Civ- ic Center Thursday evening. Mrs. Garland spent the night in Amarillo with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lovell. Friday she shopped in Western Plaza. Mr. and Mrs. Martel Neely visited friends and long-time associates in Claude Friday. Those calling on the Lane Greenways and Billte Woltord Friday evening were Mrs. Jess Faye Tucker of Groom and Syble Cobb. DR. and Mrs. Hugh Wilson, who are considering a move to amount in the ceiling, in the walls Claude, are pictured at a reception ln thetr honor Friday. The . under the floor. It also includes town of Claude turned out to greet Dr. and Mrs. Wilson. | stripping, storm doors and storm (Press Photo by Lee Ann Palmer) "  windows or double glazed windows. 1 Once you have good insulation, you Claude courts doctor can forget about cold floors, cold and chilly corners. You'll be more Like many area towns Claude such as Sunray, Texhoma, t comfortable and enjoy your home is without the servicesofadoc- Shamrock, Stinnett, Wellington,  The cost will vary, depending on the tar. However, the residents of Clarendon, and Canadian. the community are trying to Married 5 1/2 years the Wil- t style of home and amount of change their situation, sons have 2 sons, Hugh the III L already in it. But, one important fact and Jeff who is 9 months I Last Friday morning a coffee " . keep in mind is that insulation is the was held in the Medical Clinic Donna, (Mrs. Wilson) hales t only comfort improvement you can for Dr. and Mrs, Hugh Wilson from Irving, Texas. Her par- of Waco. ents are Mr. and Mrs. Win. H. make in your home which requires Dr. Wilson and his wife Burkett. Dr Wilson, 28, is a t maintenance, yet pays for itself have been scanning area Pan- native of Canadian. They are t. through lower energy bills. handle towns for aplace to bring Baptists. I his practice.BesidesClaudethe Anestimated 500 gues ere  Ask an insulation desler for couple are considering places on hand 'to met and ge ac-/ a free estimate, or call WTU for more _ = quainted with the couple during I mq, -- the reception, t information. C O O I During their visit Dr. and k Mrs. Wilson were the house guests of Mr. andMrs.SamSte- it WHAT COSTS LESS NOW THAN IN /tlen U *=,. , The average cost of a kilowatt hour of electricity used Joe Miller spent most of Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. residential customer served by WTU cost 29% less than twenty years ago .... (19.52 - 1972) last week with his sisters FEB. 12-16 Ben Ballard and Mr. and Mrs. and.., in 1972 the average cue. Misses Mal and Mary Miller Bill Henrick honored the Wil- tamer used over three and a half times as much electricity as he did of Clarendon Rest Home. MONDAY sons with a small community Mrs. Francis Ford is pre= social in the Ballard home. La-  in '52." -----z----,/f,] sently enjoying the compan- Chipo Pie with Cheese dies of the Le Temps Club gave i ionship of her sister of Wlch- Tossed Green Salad a luncheon for Mrs.WilsonFri- ira Falls. Apple Crisp day in the Baptist Church din- ing room. Billie Wolford and Lessle Buttered Corn Dr. Wilson stated that he F, i Ward dined at Tom's Place at Milk would notify the board member owo w4o Conway Sunday. on his decision by the end oi t Both Mrs. Jimmy Finley and TUESDAY Mrs. Irene Hall are being treat- the month. t Upon greeting the doctor one NATIONAL ELECTRIC WEEK ed in the GroomMemortalHos- Corn Dogs Claudite replied, "Surely, Dr. ! FEB. 11 thru 17. pitalo Mrs. Finley is to under Blackeyed Peas Wilson, don't you think we all go surgery in the not-too-dis- Potato Salad look sick enough to make you a I tant future. Mrs. Hall has been Pineapple Cake worthwhile prachce herel. a patient there a little over two Milk weeks IIBBIIIIIII Mrs. M. B. Kite Mary Ben- WEDNESDAY ton, Johnny Greenway and Billie iRoddy's 66 Wolford spentTueeday shopping Baked Ham in Amarillo. Creamed Potatoes --Dont miss the 4-H Farm Seasoned Green Llmas Machinery Saleo It promises to HotRolls Has the Best Car be bigger 'n better this year! Honeybutter Icie Champman, BflHe Wol- Milk fordandJohmyGreenwayshop- Service in. Town!! ped in Amarillo Monday. THURDAY Have a fun weekend. How many candles this yearl? Pinto Beans   66 Happy birthday: Glenn Wilkins French Fries Dale States, Alan Barnes, Cornbread D'Gene Reck, Robert Rogers Butter Cookie Ruth Barnett, Amy Kay Ste- Fruit Jello wart, Terry Alward, Clifford Milk Mayben, NewtonMaddox, Terri I  A  f Tyler, Steve Byrd, F. E. Fttz- FIIDAY gerald, Belinda Ballard, Emzy May, Tommy Sharp, Audie Turkey Pot Pie I Ao o Shields, Brenda Bryant, Mary Glazed Carrots Adams, Betty Goodin, Russell English Peas MortOnworth. and Louis Holling- JellyHtRlls- Butter I Okay Mustang supporters Milk here's your chance to do your I k I   sharel Annual ad sales are now Howa wic tmderway! See one of the Jour- nalism class members or their election set sponsor Mrs. Catherine Porter I for your order nowl Howardwick residents will elect Mrs. Miller was in Amarillo a mayor and two city aldermen I Monday. in the city election on April 7. I Elena Ann Donald of Pampa Incumbent Mayor Sam Onstott spent her weekend with her has announced that he will not mother, Mrs. Steve Donald and run for another term. Incumbent her auntMisslnezBlankenship, aldermanGeneviveJoneshasin-= When It's Service You Need The Henry Fords and Wayne dicated she will run for another while incumbent A. L. Ba- F and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ford term, took intheSt. FranclsSan- con has not made an announce- ". R0ddy's 66 oe,,. I Think of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ballard Candidates must file before ,:ailed on her parents the John,. March 7. A candidate may file ny Newmans and Mary Bagger- with city secretary Toni VanAr- man in Pampa Sunday. sdel. I Mrs. Dave Browder was a Holdover councilmen lnciudeI Highway 287 East Clarendon, Te: houseguest of the W. R. Clacks Lon Harmon, Nell Mann and Wednesday evening. Glenn Dory. I II I / I I I 11111