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February 22, 1973

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z, AND FIFTH grade youths played basketball for the crowd of spectators Tues- night at the Fourflushers game. Here'a action from the small fries, (Press Photo) __ _ (oca/News _ __ Mr. and Mrs.W.B. (Nookie)Wiggins and son, Phillip, vis- ited the Billy Wiggins family in Wheeler Sunday. The main occassion was Michael's 10th birthday. Mr. andMrs.WeldonDayand children of Lubbock visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murry Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John AdamsonofTurkey spent the day with Mrs. Omie Simmons last Thursday. Mrs.Simmons returned home with them for a short visit. Mr. andMrs.OtisHollandwent to Dimmitt Sunday to visit Mrs. Holland's sister, Mrs. Mabel Messer there. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Altman visited Rev. and Mrs. Larry Airman in Dimmitt Sunday. Larry is pastor of a United Methodist church there. Gene Branam of Van Nus, California, visited his foster father, JayGould and other Clarendon friends over the week- end. Gene is a former graduateofClarendonHigh School and WTU. He IspresentlyemployedbyFramAutomotiveDivision in Van Nuys. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Price and little son, K. Neat of Hous- ton, Texas, spenttheweekendinClarendonvisitingKenneths' mother, Mrs. Clyde Price, and Kenneth's brother, Clydie, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Weldon Smith of Shamrock visited friends and attend- ed business in Clarendon on Thursday. Both Mr. and Mrs. Smith are former Clarendon school teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pittman of Amarillo visited his parents The Clarendon Press, February 22, 1973 Page 3 DIXIE HOWARD, Spanish instructor at Clarendon College, exhibits several items on display at the Arts and Crafts Display at Clarendon College. Displays were made by va- rious college students and citizens. (Press Photo) Mr. and Mrs. Carl Plttman, over the weekend. They also visited Bill's grandmother, Mrs. Adkins, who is ill in the Corner exhibit of arts and crafts display at Clarendon College. /indy weather penalized the golfers last Monday but The crafts will continue to be on display through February and Thursday saw several brave the chill and For a new and different money-making project, the Junioz 23rd. z In some pretty good scores. One golfer wore two pairs ' Girl Scout Troop I13 held a father-daughter box supper last Visiting this display, this writer was amazed at the talent but explained that was in case he got a hole in one. Right off I wish (o retract the last column of my article Friday evening, of students from CC and the projects that are on display for golf committee met last weekandworked up the tourna- in last weeks' Press on our City electioncoming up on April Fifteen girls prepared various mouth-watering cuisines the view of all students and the general public. sChedule which sounds real interesting. The Pro, Jim 7th. Thirty (30) days residency qualifies you for the rights for their dads to feed upon and consume. John Wayne Stepp Many items ondisplay are for display only but many others will post the new schedule for your inspection soon. of registering zn the County for voting privileges, However, acted as auctioneer, can be purchased. All display items are in Room 104 of the who make up this committee are: Flip Breedlove, to file for any City office, you must have been a resident in The supper was held in the Odd Fellows Hall which was main building on Clarendon College Campus. Hours are from Ellerbrookj John Wayne Stepp, Clyde Noonkester, Har- the State twelve (12) months, a City resident six (6) months, decorated in a Valentine theme. 8:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Gerner, Buddy Cart, Carroll Knorpp and Jerry Gage. Don't forget filing deadline is March 7th. 1973. Profits from the girls' endeavors will be sent to the take notice that the weekend golf course rush is Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Thomas and family and Mrs. Nell World Wide Girl Scout Fund. frm non to two p.m. Sotryto either tee off slight. Mills, all ofPortaies, NewMexico visited the Meville Troop leadershelpingconducttheeveningseventswere Mr Newhouse honored or arOUnd 2:30 or just be real patient until the Mills for a few days this past week. However, Mrs. Nell Peggy Day, Vera Tucker, Shirley Stephens, and Pat Mc- flow begins. For added kicks, a hole-ln-one club is Mills remained for an extended visit for I0 days and the Anear. organized. The dues are only $3.00.Ferncan give you Melville Mills returned with her, back to Portalesfor a two Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Newhouse of Roby, Texas were the particulars of this unique organization. I understand day visit with friends and relatives there. After the return honored guests in the home of their son, Bright Newhouse, the memberships are moving at a fast clip. Holes num- trip home they Joined the O. K. Chamberlains for "42" and Sunday. The occasion was the celebrationofMr. Newhous@s tw' six, fourteen and seventeen should all be cinches, would you believe the girls wonl     70th birthday. Wednesday Night Duplicate Bridge Club got together session in which four tied for top place. Evelyn Moore Mrs. W. M. Cargill attended a Pink and Blue Shower given Other guests included brothersJohnNewhouse of Sherman, her bridge club With a luncheon on Thursday. High for her daughter, Mrs. Sue Strange at the First Baptist Sixteen superintendents, principals and counselorswere in Flewll Newhouse of Harlingen and Sam Newhouse of Honey was awarded to Frances Skelton, second place went Church in Claude, Thursday. Congratulations, grandmother attendance at a meeting held Friday, February 16, by the Grove. Two sister, Mary Lou Dobbs of Honey Grove and Beck. to bel Sunday, Norma and Will visited their other daughter Planning CommissionfromClarendonCollegeseekinginfor- Mrs. E Mahaffey of Richiand Springs also attended. Lewis, birthday was celebrated Saturday night by and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Garbin of Turkey and at- matlon from area high schools on courses that could be ofv" Children of Mr. Newhouse in attendance were Don New- tended Church services at theHope Baptist Churchin Turkey. fered by the college in the field of vocational technical edu- house of Abilene and Mrs. Charles Anderson of Snyder. and Chuck Deyb.le, Pinkney and Lee Palmer, Anion cation, to determine the need of the surrounding area in va- Lunch was served after the entire group attended church Riggs and Frank Derrick. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Onstott had the O. K. Chamberlains tied technical training occupations, services at Hedley where Bright preaches. Gifts were then anniversary of Jeanand Harry Woods was ob- over for "42" Sunday afternoon, and whatl heard was every A very successful session came from this meeting and all presented Mr. Newhouse with words of appreciation for his by Peggy and Doc Minkley, Billie and John Che- , visitors enjoyed a lunch servedbytheClarendonCollege ca- good life and example for all the family. and Deen and Bob Hood. came out Just about even-stevenH You may not believe this but Margaret Wells is also got feteria staff. missed SOme tgh7 d piano playing Sturdy night ff herself wrapped up in guppies. This is not a new hobby with didn,t get out to ne Club while Mrs. Troy Welty was trig, her due to the fact this has been going on since her oldest daughter arrived (30 yrs.) ago. The only thing undersirable lease remember the annual stockholders meeting on about this, which was a duo conclusion, was the cleaning That is the Jglqa graze without Ct ESS Wa:r i:erYd d;imr; i;ciii;iofngA mhad:lh:i,rdd:nUhot;theandwfeakmeily" Run. , 1110, Clarendon, Texas Dr!vCnltdpaatgir:nIdtievmee:sarmbeelligbaSthuV:awYaY a:%n works for the CUSTOME www The City council postponed thelr special called meeting for Clarendon Press is published weekly on Thursday, ing on March 3, 1973. Jack Grayof Dallas and John Barber week of the Year, at 204 South Kearney in Clarendon, of Pampa will be here for this meeting, so do hope all of you can be present. Press is entered as second class matter Velma and John Collins attended the funeral of his cousin h is cuSt 0 U'S" P ffic% Clarendon, Texas, 79226. and took caxe o!' other business in Daihart on Wednesday, merS Ancl i@! rates in Donley and adjoining counties, $4.00. Reikmans in Memphis. ion rates OUtside this area are $5.50. More news next week.... "re Press was established on May l, 1972, in .Jr- preCiale Xs, The Clarendon Press is a home-owned Y--Knot twirlers have dance e'41100 an Singleton is owner and editor and pub.- The Y Knot Twirlers met for their night of square dancing erroneous reflection upon the character of any person Friday night. This was the first night to have the members of in these columns will be gladly and the new class that graduated last Fridaynightdancing. They ., O" .C:$ keC' upon being brought to the attention of certainly learned their lessons well because they kept up and __,, I.r awhile.eVen did better than those who have been dancing for quite torYt'.a^.retv,,, e -0% a'e?%';'t r VI, - --on for h :a' o our " Dea _^li en  eed. - on Fr'da" PEN S FEB. 26-MARCH2 Ol't '"- -- a eC o  qdD  CeTl e MONDAY -'- _ oSlu / se,.ce " . I II cck, ,r'_rhe bs, . -.ur  erc =,surance" JRhE$ Tossed Green Salad ' tOg* __ m -_'= .Ne I  ., e. English Peas "- .z -  'V'' "-,-, haw-" ,,rCe -r. 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