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The Clarendon Press, February 2Z, 1973 Page 2 Band .sets concert .e,. to ra,se money Around t by HELEN WOODY The Clarendon High School Band has practiced long and hard during the year performing, at school assemblies, pep rallies, half-time and send-offs for the Broncho football team, besides participating in band contests throughout the area. During those half-time performances you had the oppor- tunity to watch the band present many maneuvers on the field, led by Drum Major, Mike Boothe. But the one thing they did, at that time, that went un-noflced by most was that before going onto the playing field, the whole band kneeled and was led in prayer by one of their members, F rankle Just... "That no boy was injured in the game, and that all spectators returned to their homes safely." This outstanding bunch of young people are now working to raise money to go to theCanon City, Colo. Band Festi- val -- and other projects needed by the band. Tuesday, February 25, both the high and junior high school bands will give a concert at the HarnedSisters Hall on the Clarendon C allege campus at 7:30 p.m. The junior high band will play' Activity March", "House of the RislngStm", and "Cuban Capers." The high school band will play "Minute Man March," highlights from "Jesus Christ, SuperStar," "Festivo" off the 2-A concert list and highlights from "Paint Your Wagon." The band is atpresent asking for $I donations on a money tree that will be given away at the concert. If you haven't donated to this cause, and wish to do so, please call any band parent, band member, or band director, GaryBowen. Let's show these youngpeoplewe'reproud of them by at- tending the concert and supporting their many money raising activities. Speech department plans melodrama "The Saga of SagebrushSal", a melodrama from the West, will be presented March 1 at 8 p.m. by the Clarendon High School Speech Department. The play, which has some music and a lot of laughs, will be held in the school auditorium. Admission will be $I for adults and 50 for students. The play pictures Sagebrush Sal as an Annie Oakley type who takes over a bar in the Old West. The owner of the bar gets a bunch of Indians together in an effort to get his bar back, and finds that Sal has changed the place quite a bit. Sagebrush Sal is played by Kim Newhouse. The villian, J ake the Snake, is played by E. Wayne Barbee. Sal's daughter, Hazeletin% is played by Katrlna Messer. Three bar maids include Carry Neal, Joan Myers and Katrina Messer. The lonesome cowboy is played by Terry Ellenbrook, and the other three cowboys are Jimmy Floyd, Kenneth Reese, and Russell Keown. Indians include Mike Leeper, Kristi Langham, Barry Donne, Donna Altman and Mattie Fields. The narrator is Johnny Gerner. Food To Go Fried Chicken and Sandwiches I Food to Eat Here Best Lunches in Town, Lowest Price II I There's nothing like looking forward to a volleyball ohurnament with enthusiasm and then breaking your arm." at s exactly what happened to Alice Davis. Rer unlucky day was last Thursday during practice. Clyde I. Price. Jr. flew toHouston Wednesday of last week to drive back a load of furniture for brother, Kenneth to Granbury. Kenneth is going into the Naval Reserve for a short tour of duty. ARer being relieved from his duties, Kenneth is to practice law with RayRalliff, a former Clar- endonite. The sewing bug has finally hit.I dove into a pile of cloth, zippers, needles and thread, and came up witha few crea- tions for the spring and summer seasons. I've always kidded mynon-sewing morn about her incapa- bilities of sewing.She once, while darning, sewed a golf ball inside a T-shirt. Well I must confess, I did practically the same thing over the weekend. While whip-stitching a belt onto a blouse, I stitched the blouse onto my blue jeansl Do mothers always get the last laugh? Linda Vaughan was honored with a brunch and gadget shower Saturday. Perhaps the cutest gift was a double boiler with a recipe inside on "How To Cook A Husband." Out hitting those golf balls Sunday afternoon were: Max- ine Hardin and son, Brent, Peggy Minkley, Bill and Mike Spier, John Wayne Stepp, Gerald Noble, Coach and Mrs. George Byerly and son, Chet, Rev. O. C. Edwards, Jea- nette Case and her husband, Coach Walker, CoaohNoonke- ster and sons, Scott and Alan Hamilton. Douglas Shelton and Horace McClellan have decided that they don't want toplaywith their sons, Kez, and Gary, any- more. The boys really put it to their dads and won the golf game. Tomorrow (Friday) is the last dayof the Arts and Crafts Display at the college. If you haven't been by to see it, please do. There are some unusual mosaics. Artists such as Susan Irvin of Perryton, DixieHoward, NormaSelvidge, J. R. Leathers, Dv. James Brandon and Debbie Lowry of Clarendon have their paintings on display. Some or Western cooking just can't be beat! Food to Cook Complete Line of Groceries. DUTCH OVEN POT ROAST Beef takes on a whole new flavor when it sRs in a Dutch over next to potatoes, carrots and onions. 1 5 - pound round bone pot roast 2 teaspoons salt 2 tablespoons shortenin I/Z up Barbecue Sauce ** 1/2 e apple cider 8 carrots, pared and cut in 2-inch pieces 6 potatoes, peeled and quartered 2 onions, sliced 1--ounce package frozen okra or 1/2 pound fresh okra Rub meat with salt. Melt shortening in Dutch oven; add meat and brown over medium heat, turning once. Reduce heat; pour over barbecue sauce and cider. Cover and sim- mer on top of range or in 325 degree oven 4 hours. Add carrots, potatoes and onion 1 1/2 hours before end of cook- ing time. Add okra 15 minutes before end of cooking time. Serves 6-8. BLACK NIGHT BARBECUE SAUCE A wagon cook might spend all day Sunday mixing herbs, spices, and inspiration to make his barbecue sauce turn out just right. Here's one that tastes like it took at least a Sunday. 1 cup strong black coffee 1 1/2 cups Worchestershire sauce 1 cupt catsup cup butter (1/4 pound) cup lemon juice 2 tablespoons sugar I tablespoon salt 2 teaspoons cayenne pepper Combine ingredients. Simmer 30 minutes over low heat, stirring occasionally. Serve with beef or ribs. The Don Rutherfords and their travelingcompanions, the Dale Smiths of Amarillo, returned from their trip to the Bahamas last Sunday. Mrs. L. S. Newberry called on Mrs. Grimes Saturday. Mrs. Grimes is presently staying with her daughter, Mrs. Brady. M Mr. and rs. J. J. Oliver and his sister, Mrs. Kathleen Graves dined together Sunday. Mrs. F. G. Church remains inHih Plains Baptist Hospital where she is recovering from a palm injury she received from a fall several weeks ago. In the near future Mrs. Church hopes to be able to staywith her daughter and faro- ill of Clovis, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Irby. The C.H.S.F.T.A. organization left today for their state- wide convention in San Antntonio. The J. T. McGehees were in Amarillo for business pur- poses Wednesday. Lorene Harrell remains a Groom Hospital patient. Her condition is reported as being the same. The W. M. Crains and Mrs. Alda Hudson called on Mrs. Retta Hubbard Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Chauveanx were in Pampa last week- end to visit her brother and family, the JimmyMcCakens. Roan called on friends in the nursing This Friday evening at 7:30 will mark the gad meeting of the Ministerai and Laymen's meeting. Session will be in the Baptist church. Do make an effort to attendl Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ford hosted Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shop RUBY'S GRO Check Our Prices and Selection. Food Headquarters!! Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ander- son, 1302 Patricia Lane, an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Vickie Ander- son, to Lln Tyler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tyler, 2305 Patricia Lane. A March 24 wedding is plan- ned, at Central Park Baptist Church in Richardson. The bride-elect was gra- duated from Garland High School and Executive Secretar- ial School. She is a secretary at Blue Cross-Blue Shield. The bridegroom-to-be was graduated from South Garland High and attends EastfleldCol- lege where his major is sci- ence. He is employed by Casa Linda National Bank. Locals Pud Bain went to Memphis over the weekend to visit an uncle from Hedleywho is apa- tient in the Memphis Hospital. Wayne McElroy spent last week In High Plains Baptist Hospital in Amarlllo where he received medical treatment. Abe Cole of Claude was a business caller in Clarendon on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Hel- ton and son of Miami, Texas, visited their parents the Doug Burgesses and M. G. HeRons over the weekend. Roy Ritchie, Jr. who Is sta- tioned at the Ft. CarsonArmy Base In Colorado visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ritchie, over the weekend. Ford, Wayne, Stacy Howell of Canyonandthe J. R. Porters for Sunday lunch. Mrs. O. C. Edwards called on Misses Mal and Mary Mil- ler of the Clarendon Rest Home Sunday. The Ralph Bagwells are making plans to see their daugh- ter and her family the latter part of this week. Birthday timel Mary Jane Osborn, Greg Forbes, Susan Rutlfford, Tom Blasingame, Bobby Joe Loyless, Wannell Stockman, Ellenor Foster, Tommy Knox, Lloyd Logsdon, Katherine Ford, Mike Forbes, Maxine Bichsel, Kyle Bag- well, Pare Tiros, Argie Hess, Kenneth Johnston, Corky Dabney, Jania Westbrook, Mae Dunlap, H. S. Gunter Ruby Bennett, Jake Driskill, Ann Conrad, Becky Hill andSandra Bennett. David IIarrts, a W. T. Senior of Kingsmill spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Bennett. Our sympathies are extended to the family and friends of the late Jim Hooker. The family would like for any memorials made to go to the Wadley Institute of Mobcular Medicine, 9000 Harry Hines Boulevard, Dallas, Texas. The Richard Bennetts of Amarillo spent all daySaturday with the Forrest Bennetts in honor of the elder Mrs. Ben- nett's birthday. Mrs. Jim Garland and Stan shopped in Clarendon Friday * with her mother, Mrs. Barney Burner of Memphis. The Fred Longbines enjoyed the company of Mr. and Mrs. H oodrow Thompson of Canyon Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. O. C. Echvards had Sunday dinner in Clar- endon and called on the Leo Smiths of Lelia Lake. John Kneirim after logging 3 weeks in Northwest Texas Hospital returned to family and friends Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ei uest Breedlove, Mrs. John Breedlove of Amarillo and Mrs. French, Ray Goetting of Lakewood, Cal- ifornia, and Ruby of Portales ailspentSundaywith Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Breedlove. You name it, we've hadit this week! Sleet, snow, dabs of rain, fog or drizzle! Not to mention the drafted windl Spring won't arrive soon enough for reel Judge and Mrs. Forrest Bennett were guests of the J. B. MacFarlands Sunday. The John Chauveaufs and Harry Woods took in the Satur- day night entertainment of the Clarendon Country Club. Hope Mrs. Emery Goodin and daughter, Suzzannah are over their flu! "Telephone troubles" have been back with us latelyl I'm going to reorganize the Pony Exvress. The BillAshleys and Mr. and Mrs. Cloys Knox of Amarillo all spent Saturday with the J. T. McGehees. The Spencer Matlocks were in Dallas for the funeral services of her brother-in-law, Jim Hooker last week. Happiest wedding wishes anniversary celebritiesl Mr. and Mrs. Jones Christian, Mr.andMrs.J.D. Dillard, Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwell, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wood. This is your last chance for an annual adl Pitch In! Sorry to hear Mrs. Matlock has had a sore throat lately. Shower honors Miss Helm  bridal shower honoring Miss Marsha Helm and Tommy Naylor was held Sunday, February 18, from 3 to 4 p.m. at the Security State Bank Hospitality Room in Healey. Registering the guests was Miss Shana White. The reg- ister table was covered with a beautiful lace cloth. An ar- rangement of red and white rose buds in a milk glass bas- ket centered the table. Miss Linda Naylor presided at the refreshment table. Appointments were of milk glass. The table was covered with a white lace cloth. Flower arrangements were red arid white rose buds mixed with red hearts in a basket. Hostesses presented a corsage of peppermint carnations to Marsha. Shower honors Miss Vaughan A gadget shower and brunch honoring Miss Linda Vanghan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Vaughan, was held in the home of Mrs. Ray PalmerSalurday, February 18. Host- esses were Mrs. Doug Shelton, Mrs. Tex Selvidge and Mrs. Palmer. The "Peanuts Gang" of cartoon fame were used as the theme for the party. Each guest was asked to bring a gadget and to finish the phrase "Love is... Mrs. Johnny Splvey assisted the bride-to-be in opening gifts. For brunch, guests were served ham, hot biscuits and butter, shirred eggs, curried fruit, broccoli dip and cof- fee. Mrs. Ella Simmons and Mrs. Beatrice Rodgers were co- hostesses when Kll Kare Klub met in the home of Mrs. E11a Simmons, Tuesday afternoon, February 13. Beatrice Rodgers gave a reading on what Valentine meapt. The Valentine motif was carried out In the refreshments. Members present were: Eva Phelps, Nora Leathers, Lilac Lowe, Mary Bartlett, Mrs. IIarry Brumley, Ella Simmons, Beatrice Rodgers, Leona Quattlebaum and two visitors Ge- noah Lowe and Lois Stevenson. Next Monday afternoon beginning at 4:15 I will ducting a basic charm course for 6th, 7th and 8th The course is sponsored by the Health World of and will cost $1.00 per session. We will cover as high school activities, dating, health hints, bies, and other popular school-aged events. course I hope to have speakers for some If you Junior high girls would be interested I your P.E. class this Friday (tomorrow) to give ditional details. We'll have lots of fun! "The Day" will soon be rolling around for a torius bachelorette. Friends of our anony will be hosting an announcement tea for her in the | ture. Oh what agony to keep suchanentictng secret i Jean Chamberlain and sister Marie took time q thier "make-up inventions" to take up tourist New Orleans. The adult Presbyterian and Epscopallan class is growingl Join us this Sunday. The talizing and so are the lessonsl Speaking of churches, aren't the Calvary to have a pretty new building? And, its going up sO tool Glad to see you release from the hospital O sburn. You've really missed out on a treat if you the opportunity to try Mrs. Clyde Gilbreths spiced tea or hot chocolate. To coin and gan, "They taste so good 'ya hate to put'era downl Sure was good to see ex-college student Tommy - on campus Monday. Rumor has it wedding bells for him June 15. Mrs. Johnny Leathers has mouth-watering I really heard compliments on itl Last Sunday afternoon, February 18, Wanda Trout' of five area girls to be feted at a Las held in Pampa. These girls were presented citizenship pins for standing leadership and testing results schools. Wanda, the Clarendonaward-winner, isthe and Mrs. Bob Trout and a C.ILS. senior. Cure Winter Washday with an ELECTRIC CLOTHES Economical, automatic electric clothes ing is easy on the budget, your clothes your time. It's the modern way to pleasurable washdays- lets you pick own day and hour. Electric clothes is 24-hour sunshine. See your electric appliance dealer WHAT COSTS LESS NOW THAN IN The average cost of a kilowatt hour of electricity used residential customer served by WTU cost 29"/o less thanJ twenty years ago.... (1952- 1972) and.., in 1972 the average cus- tomer used over three and a half times as much electricity as he did" in '52.'" ----z---.-- way with Famous Electric Alliances See them