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'l'ac Carcn, la, Press. l"ebruary 2L. 1!)73 Page (i LEGAL NOTICE The Commissioners' Court, in and for Donley County, Texas as, will receive bids for thepurchaseofone used maintainer for Precinct No. 2, as follows, to-wit: 1932 or newer model equipped with 14 x 24 tires and tubes, cag, heater, starter, light s, 115 or more horse power, electric starting sy stem, 12 or 14 ft. blade, rain cap, steering booster, windshield wiper and defroster fan. This transaction will not include a trade-in machine. Bids will be considered at 1:00 l'cloek p.m., on Monday March 12, 1973, in the Commissioners' Court Room. The Court reserves the right to reject any and all bids. I v THE MISSION Crusaders from Bethany Nazarene Colleg% Bethany, Oklahoma will be at the Clarendon Church of the Nazarene, 3rd and Hawley, on February 23-25. They are a group of 22 college students who will provide a program of singing and evangelism. Serv- ices are at 7:30 each evening, youth services 6 p.m., Sunday services l0 a.m., and 6 p.m. it may be our life insurance, but it's your life. Who's going to make sure one fits !:! the other? A professional. H.M. (Flip)Bree_dlove Bouthwestern Life Happiness is what we sell. Box 430, C larendon, Texas 806-874-2407 Free Gift l0 Every 5lh Cuslomer Who Shops Friday or Saturday T & M has just received a truckload of fine furniture at unbelievable prices!! Early American Sofa Reg. $249 $199 Matching Rocker Reg. $109 $89 $::1" Swivel Rocker ,,v---- ....  Reg. s79 59 Naugahyde  . . "" Recliner lvel Rocker Reg. $99  Reg. $119 $79 $99 Herculon Recliner  '" Reg. $109 $89 Special Buy Gold Sofa & Matching Cha S,8, $1)9 3-Pc. Used '0 4-Pc. Used . Bedroom Suite """ Bedroom Suite .,,v.. ----" Otherwise, Cash and Carry T & M General.Store. Clarendon, Texas Phone 874-2155 b a weekly message relating the world of to the lessons of Faith and Church CLARENDON will soon have a drive-in arcade. Jakes Steak-Out Arcade, located m the building tormerlyoccupied by Jake's Steak-Out, will open the first of next week. Own- ers include B. J. Kemp, left, and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Kemp, all of Amarillo. The Kempswill move here soon. The Kemps have been working all week in preparation for opening the new business. The arcade will feature pool, pin ball and fooseball, and will offer hamburgers and other short-order type foods. The Kemps have three children, Brenda, 6; Rhonda, S; and Jimmy Jr., 2. The announcement of the new business appears in this issue of The Clarendon Press. A grand ,pening will be held at a later date. (Press Photo) : i:(il : , ; ::ii  a churchyard. Hedley Attend Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jewell visited Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Kinsey in Hereford and Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Hopson in Dim- met Wednesday of last week. Mesdames Jap Shaw, Clifford Johnson, Myrtle Kirkpatrick and R. A. Shaw and son, Randy were in Childress last Thurs- day on business and shopping. Mr. and Mrs. DaltonJohnsonofBoys Ranch, visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boatright last Friday. Pvt. Troy Wilson of Fort Carson, Colorado, was a Hadley visitor last Friday. Dr. and Mrs. Ben BlackwellofAmarillo visited Mrs. J. B. Pickett last Friday. Mrs. Blackwell is Mrs. Pickett's daugh- tar, the former Pauline Pickett. She was at one time a star forward on the Hadley ttigh School girls basketball team. Basketball is still the big topic in ttedley. The ttedley ttigh School boys team will be top favorites towin the District 4- B Basketball Tournament at the Memphis ttigh School Gym this Thursday and Friday. Other teams in the district tour- nament are Quail, Samnorwood, Estelline and Lakeview. Monday night of last week the ttedley Itigh School boys basketball team defeated Class A Memphis RighSchool team here by the score of 58 to 54. Tuesday night of last week the ttedley High School girls basketball team played a Bi-District contest with Lefors at Claude. They lost the game by the score of 45-40. Linda Linsey, a senior, playing her last high school game was high point with 19. However, the Hedley High School girls had a wonderful season with only 4 losses and 30 wins. Saturday night the Class A State rated Patrolia itigh School boys team came to Hadley with a record of 29 wins and 1o losses, They left with a 30 and0 record after taking a hard fought contest from Class B Hadley Owls. The score was 65 to 61. It was nice seeing Winfield Mosley back in Hedley Wed- nesday and Thursday of last week. The Taylor Evans Seed Company party sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sanders "at the Lions Deu last Friday night +a well attended and enjoyed by all. Don Springer left with the door prize, a jacket. Coffee, cokes and donuts were served. Col. Adrian Youngblood of the U. S. Air Force visited his mother, Mrs. Letha Youngblood last week. Carl Morris of Clarendon was a Hdley visitor Friday of last week. Mrs. Betty Owens of Amarillo visited the W. W. CLen- denan and the Sam Owens families last week. We failed to mention that Roy and Nettle Alexander ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hill on their trip to Cordell, near Dallas Sunday of last week. Clyde Bain, a former Hedley resident has returned ;:o his home in California. tie has been visiting hisbrother, Claude Bean, who iscritically ill inthe ttall County Hospital in Mem- phis. Shane Rieken of the U. S. Army visited the Don Rieken family and Mr. and Mrs. Norris ttill and ttedley friends last week. He is stationed at Fort Carson, Colo. Otis and Sam Owens were called to Amarillo on account of the serious illness of their brother, ttenry Owens. The ttedley Lins Club will meet this Thursday night. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m,, Anyone wishing to go to the basketball games will be excused. Johnnle Reynolds received a three day leave of absence and is visiting family and friends this weekend. He is sta- tioned at San Diego, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Graham visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Elmore and ttedley friends this weekend. He is sta- tioned at San Diego, Calif. A new teacher's aid began her work in the tt(,,Iley Public My days are swifter a weaver's shuttle. --Job VII, %'hen we are young, our ciders "ancient." As wc adulthood, the years too switfly. If wc arc tunate, we come to k the value of a good and, like a good house age with dignity and acter. We also know that, while life pass swiftly, we consta meet on the journey open gates of new o tunity. Life offers many en moments. Look them. They may you wherever you sunlight or shadow, in roar of a crowd, or Sunday morning Your Church ASSEMBLY OF GOD $th & McCiolland R. L. Leler, Pastor Sunday Sunday School ............... 9:4S a. m. Sunday Worship ............ 11:00 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship ..... 7:00 p.m. TuesdIW Women's MiSsionary Council. 1:00 p.m. Wednesday Wednesday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH HWy. 287 & Jackson R. W. Sullivan, Pastor Sunday Sunday School .............. 10:00 a.m. Sunday Worship ............ 11:00 a.m. Training Unio .............. 6:45 p.n[1. Evening Worship ............ 7:30 p.m. Wednesday WedneSday Night Service. , .S:00 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bugbee & Third Streets James Brandon, Pastor Sunday Sunday Schoot ............... 9:45 p.m. Morning Worship ........... 11:00 a.m. Training U'nion .............. 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship ............ 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Wednesday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m. ST. MARK BAPTIST CHURCH Jefferson & Martingale Albert Yarborou|h, Pastor Weekly Sunday Services. The pastor is from out of town. ST. STEVENS BAPTIST CHURCH Jefferson & Martingale R. E. Manning, Paster Weekly Sunday ServiceS. The pastor Is from out of town. CHURCH OF CHRIST 4th & Carhart Don Stone, Minister Sunday School 9:30 Morning Worship 10:15 Evening Worship 6:00 Wednesday Night Service 7:30 ! CHURCH OF CHRIST Rosenfeld Kurney Hubert Bromloy, Minister CHU k.rl OF ODD IN CHRIST 302 N. Jefferson C. H. Duncan EPISCOPAL, ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST 3rd Parks Riclmrd Saxar METHODIST CHURl Sth Jefferson Woklon Rives, Pastor Sunday School .............. Sunday Morning WOrship .. Sunday Night Service ....... METHODIST CHURCH Jefferson Resenfeld. Bro. Scott. CHURCH OF THE 3rd Hawley John Hansen Sunday nday School ............. Morning Worship .., ....... Evening Worship ........... Wednesday Wednesday Nlght Service.. FRE 4th Parks OwMI McGarity, Paster Sunday School ............. ". 10: Sunday Morning Worship . .. ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH McClelland Montgomery Father Wolko Sunday Morn Ing Mass ....... 7 : 30 a. m. Father Wolko is from Memphis. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 3rd Gorse Paul Hancock, Pastor Sunday School ............... 9:45 a. m. Sunday Mornihg Worship . .. 10: 40 a. m. Regular Monthly Women's Meetings., MARTIN BAPTIST Clarendon, Texas Bryan Knowles, Pastor Sunday School ........ 10 a.m, Church Service ...... 11 a.m. Evening Service ...... G p.m, Wednesday. ............ 7 p,m. Sponsored by These Merchants School Monday. She is Miss Marsha ttelm and will replace Mrs. Nancy Shaw who is taking a leave of absence. Osburn FurnJlure Bright Pvt. Billy Drum of Fort Carson near Colorado Springs, Colo. visited Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Drum and family and Hed- ley friends last weekend. We Like People Amer, can Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Winters of Amarillo visited Mz. and Mrs. Burr Stone and Mrs, Myrtle Kirkpatrick last Sun-     d'.y. Mrs. Mittle ttorscher of Dalhart has been visiting tled- ley friends. Rodd,,'s 66 Service Peanut's Mrs. Kathryn Pigg of Clarendon again filled ::he pulpit at the IIediey United Mvthodist Church last Sunday. Dis- Here to Serve Bill & Rudene Wi| tract Supt. Rev. Ted Dotts of Pampa will visit the tte.lley church next Sunday. A student from W.T.S.U., Canyon will bring th 2 message. .a , Clifford Grocery Cornell ,he Fr ,e ' , S tor e O oo00Corne"  II/ I lib lg   Murphy Funeral Home Roddy's Plun. I// 4a.4a tio --=Peple Who Care  El edr, C I: : 11 TUNNELL IWpHA.MACY The Clarendon Press Worship God Each Day I1.