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] STUDENTS have been selected Future Teachers of America members of the during the school year at Clarendon High School. They include Sheila Smith, Sap- Mike Boothe, October; Katrina Messer, December; Mike Leaper, November; Boothe and Roy Monroe, January. They are selected by their contribution and they give to thell organlzatiln. M e_.  Band Parents ro rt B u ste r have meeting nday, January 29 the Future Teachersof A ting in th -- ' merica held i. . ....... euiiS Library. Mike Boothe read the minutes r ; ,.os meeting and then read out the 30 students -  amount of points. The time is arriving ]ne long-awaited trip toSanAntonio for the S Members -- fate Conven- especlam, are really working hard to get enough points ng now-" ,,se of uswho are number 31 or 32. It won't esday, Januar 30, the National Honor Soclet for dled the new- - y mally h,_ . members. The installation was held in -,gn SChool auditorium in front [ty. Glna t. .... of the student body and "zznngsworth gave the welcome and Klm New- gave the inVOcation. Melissa Estes led the Pledge of lance. Four more N.H.S. members instructed the new of the requirements. Tracy Cagle gave the short on character. Terry Saye told the new members scholarship. Wanda spoke on the third requirement, and Shauna gave a short speech on leadership. was lit for each requirement. Jay Lynn Jones in= the new members as Mike Boothe and Kay Molder on their ribbons. Frankie Just gave the acceptance on behalf of the new members, Besides Frankie, members are: Martha Flares, Roger Stevens, Vicki Hill, Wayne Hardin, Jennie Barbee and The installation ended with the singing of the song and a Short speech by Mr. Cordell. night, the Bronchos added another win to their beating the Wellington Skyrockets. The B-team rsity Bronchettes both lost. meeti January 31, the CHS Spanish Club held its Plans fogt'h Tbe. Purpose of the meeting was to dis- " ClUb to go to Amarillo and eat out at a that specializes in Mexican Food. The trip to t-he Pan Amerlcan Student Forum has de- 2, the Explorer Scouts left for Red With the chaperones, the following students ready to leave at the "impossible" hour of Burrow, Tony Hill, Richard Woody, La- Terry Saye, Jeff Campbell, Shauna Hardin, Mike Booth, Jerry Holland, Melissa Estes, Edward McKtnney, Debbie Robertson and Dabble Lowry and Tim Saye were also 2 Vhowent along. The group enjoyed skiing, rol- and listening to some rock bands at you believe a coffee house? A few and a few played "fooseball"???The watching some of the "expert" skiers in the dark carrying torches. Bronchos and Bronohettes travelled to Broncos and Varsity Bronchettes arsity Broncos succeeded in beating the Bronchette s closed out their 19 72- 73 rs. Tuesday night. They hosted the McLean Future this HOmemakers of America are really working Week. The banquet is 2 days away and all of the [eparations are being made. The decorations  surely coming along. The ! FHA members working until late Friday getting everything s who are interested in running track started run- Ly. For Some, it was exciting(?)andforothers vas lots of hard, energy.burni to go to state (again)llll ng, work? This year, we Senior meet imately 50 senior Citl. at the Lions ClubHall 3 for their monthly and Visit. enjoyed until lh30. presi. in absence of re- Mrs. Knox, to order and slate of officers committee had natal. also asked for Other Mrs. H. T. Bur. a move that nomina. ease and officers be accumulation. The The Band Parents met Monday, at 6:30 p.m. inthe band hall. The parents are working to help the band obtain enough money to fin- ance band projects for the re- maining of the school year. They are still taking $1 donations on tickets for the Money Tree, which has 50 one-dollar bills on it. This tree is in the window of the Donley County State Bank. If you haven't made a donation of $1 and wish to do so, con- tact any band member, band parent or call the band hall. The Band Parents are spon- soring a Flea Market on Feb. 17th to be held at Leo Snoddy's old Gulf station on Kearney street. Anyone having anything they wish to donate for thispur- pose please call Mrs. Woody at 874-2302, after 6 p.m., Mrs. John Knorpp at 874-3810 or Mrs. Estes at 874-2409 and it will be picked up. Things coming up later for the band projects will be a concert on Feb. 27 withboththe Junior and High school bands. Then on Marchl0ththerewillbe a bake sale. Your support is appreciated very much. ; C hurc h,,,of Christ active bunch "Active" is the byword for the members of the Church of Christ. The congregation has employ- ed theweekend servicesofStan- ten Slices of West View Boys Home of Hollis,Oklahoma. Sikes has been acting as youth dir- ector for the teenagers of the church. Since hisarrival, a mu- sic session as well as various other programs have been in- doctrinated in the young, adult, senior, Junior and primary classes. Upcoming plans for a family night each second Sunday of every month are in the mak- ing The second Sunday afternoons of the month the youngster s pre- sented worship services to the residents of the nursing home. Then on the fourth Sunday afternoons, the teens entertain patients of the Convalescent Center. Hats off to Rev. Stone for his efforts of unification for the church and its members, Rep. Phil Cates meets with Farm Bureau leaders AUSTIN -- State Representa- tive Phil Cafes met with Farm Bureau leaders from through- out the 66 Legislative district at the TFB's Legislative Con- ference held Jan. 30-31 in Aus- tin. Visiting Rap. Cares at the Capitol were W. R. Christal, Gene White, and Bright New- house all of Clarendon, Helmuth Quebe of Lockney, Jack M. Al- len of Perryton, and others from throughout the state. County FB presidents, legis- lative and membership chair- men from all over Texas at- tended the two - day session, Purpose of the conference was to discuss major issues con- fronting the 63rd Legislature and plan ways and means of implementing Farm Bureau's policies relating to those is- sues. High state officials legisla- tors, and county FB leaders were in attendance at the Tues- day evening banquet. TFB Pre- sident J. T. (Red) Woodsonout- lined the organization's legisla- tive program for those in at- tendance. 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