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The Clarendon Press, March 1, Page 2 THESE CLARENDON High School students were part of the Future Teachers of America group who traveled to San An- tonio last week. Here, they stand in front of the Alamo. These people include Camille Mann, Sheila Smith, Pat Trout, Mike Leeper, Miss Betty Veach, Judy Osburn, Klm Newhouse, P'4 KATRINA MESSER and Miss Betty Veach examine somein- tricate work by the natives at San Antonio. They were part of the FTA group who made the San Antonio trip. (Press Photo) John Holland and Gina Killingsworth. v M. aMrs. 2rrat;nSte deor en2o2 members of the'Bethany Nazarine ColleeeCrusaders, Beth- ney, Okla., Saturday, Feb. 24. Former Clarendon Junior College teacher, and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Grant are sponsors of this group of young people. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Bell spent this week in Kansas City visiting daughter, Jacqnie Spencer, and getting acquainted with new granddaughter, Heather Sabrina. The Fun After Fifty Club will meet March 3rd at I0 a.m. at the Lions Club Hall. Forty-two and dominoes will be played. At 11 a.m. Mrs. J. R. Brandon will show pictures of their trip to Canada. Rev. Brandon will be the guest speaker. All new members and guests are welcome to come and Join in on the fun. Mary and Gayle BrownofAmarlllo visited with her mother and dad, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Morrow and her sister, Mrs. Darell Harper. Why women prefer R-i00da00re Laundry Pair Smart styling AND, you can buy Frigidaire on Reddy Credit from WTU- ask for details when you come in to make your selection. Congratulations to the Clarendon Broncho Varsity Track Teaml Over the weekend the Ironcs travelled to Ft. Stock- ton to compete in the track meetthere.And they came home with a 2rid place trophyl The Broncs have their goals set high .... they already have the State Goal in the back of their minds and are slowly pushing toward it. Keep up the good work, Broncs! We're behind you all the wayl The Fourflushers of KGNC and the Flusherettes came to Clarendon Tuesday night, with hopes of beating the Claren- don Bombers and Bomberettes. The Flusherettes did win, but our Bomberettes played a good game. The Bombers won, however. They stayed ahead of KGNC's team prac- tically all the time. When the final whistle blew, the score was tied so there was an over time. The Bombers held the lead in the overtime and won the game. Congratulaiionsl Tuesday, February 20, the Future Teachers of Ameri- ca held their last meeting before the trip to San Antonio. Last minute plans were made. Wednesday, February 21, was report card day at C.H.S. This was a day that everyone had dreaded for the last 6 weeks. But to our dismay, the report cards were distri- buted anyway and taken home for parents to sign. Also on Wednesdayp school dismissed at 3:00. Getting out early is always nice.., especially on report card day! The Senior Class of CHS held a meeting Thursday, February 22. Beryl Clinton came and talked to the "en- thusiastic" group of kids about college. The Future Teachers of America left for San Antonio last Thursday morning about 5:30 a.m. after a small delay. __ FREE WlR!NG BONUS fNormsl FREE 220 volt wlflng  in a permanenUy |constructed residence esrved by WTU--for new 1 |Electric Dryer purchased from a Iocel dealer. | L Atk fr detelll" J bifocals by cindy An ex-Clarendonite stopped in Tunnell's the other day. He said he had seen the gin in operation and had seen pick- ups pulling cotton trailers. He remarked that he guessed that the cotton farmers had finally found a way to have two seasons during the yearl Dixie Howard, Spanish teacher at CC, held the Phi Theta . "Kappa initiation at hezt41ouse last Friday night. Needless to $, he was a little jittery  and nervous. Ronnle Null asked her who the little boy in a picture was, and Dixie replied, "My grandson." She then introduced Kay Howard, her daughter-in-law, as her granddaughter! We don't know which way to take this slip of the tongue -- is Dixie old enough to have a grown granddaughter, or is Kay that young?I? Bill and Nova Lee Mooring have Just returned from Phoe- nix, Arizona, where they visited their son and his wife, David and Dlanne Mooring. David has just accepted a Job as assistant pro at one of the golf courses outside of Phoe- nix. Mexican food has to be one of my favorites. Here are some recipes that I've run across. QUESADILLAS (TORTILLA TURNOVERS) You can vary this recipe by adding beans, meat, onion, and/or garlic. 1 1/2 cups Monterey Jack cheese, shredded (or Cheddar cheese) 6 Tablespoons green chiles, chopped 6 Tortillas Salt Oil for frying Put 1/4 cup cheese and 1 tablespoon chiles on half of each tortilla; sprinkle with salt. Heat a small amount of oil in a frying pan, and put the tortillas in, one at a time, without folding. Fry a few sec- onds. Fold the tortillas over the filling, pressing the edges to- gether. Fry on both sides until crisp. Drain on paper towel before serving. Serves 6. The men going on the trip loaded the bus. There were suitcases everywhere imaginablel In fact the bus was .so crowded with luggage, it seemed to lean. There were suit- cases under every seat, piled up in the aisles and stacked against the door. Every time we stopped, the suitcases had to be moved into seats so that we could get out the door. Then when we got back on the bus, the suitcases had to be moved back into the aisles so that we could sit down. We arrived in San Antonio about 3:00 Thursday afternoon, but we weren't in our hotel rooms until 4 p.m. The whole group from Clarendon stayed on the 6th floor of the Gunter Hotel in downtown San Antonio. We took everything off the bus and by 4:30 we were unpacked and ready to goI That night everyone goofed around in the hotel. Kids from every- where in the state of Texas stayed in the Gunter and it was quite a busy place. During our three-day stay in"the Alamo City," we enjoyed walking around and seeing his- torical places. The main place of course, was the Alamo. Most of us had seen it before, but it was still exciting to see again. We visited the Tower of the Americas and the Wax Museum, all on the Hemisfair Fair Grounds. The First General Session of the State FTA convention, which we all attended Friday afternoon, was held in Convention Hall. This building is also located on the fair grounds. Clarendon was also represented at the District XVI meet- ing. Saturday the group attended various workshops at the Convention Center. Examples of the workshops that were available were: Bilingual Education, Vocational Education for the Future, and Police. Prison and Judicial System, "Where Do You Fit In?" HINT All the chiles used in these recipes are generally avail- able in supermarkets and specialty shops. The fresh and dried forms produce the best dishes. Anchos -- large, mild dark red, sold dried. Chlpotle -- medium - sized, red smoked, very hot; sold canned. Pequlnes -- pea-sized, red, very hot; sold dried, and as "crushed red peppers." Green Chiles -- large, green, mild Poblanos and Cali- fornias, sold fresh and canned. Jalapenos -- medium sizes, green, very hot; fresh and canned as "hot peppers." In preparing dried chlles, wash, dry and place on foil 5 inches under broiler. Toast until puffy and soft. Put fresh green chiles on foil 3 inches under broiler and turn until skin is blistered on all sides, cool slightly and peel. Remove stems, seeds, and lateral veins. " Keep hands avay from eYes and wash hamts thoronghiy with soap and cold water immediately afterward. TOSTADAS , For an informal gathering, arrange ingredients buffet- style, so everyone can make his own tostada. Keep the beans and meat hotl 8 tortillas Oil for frying 2 cups refried beans 2 cups meat filling ** 2 cups shredded lettuce 2 sliced tomatoes 1 large sliced avocado 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese 1 pint sour cream 8 ripe olives, slced Pickled chile slices Fry tortillas on both sides in hot oil until crisp. Drain on paper towels. Spread tortillas generously with refried beans, then meat filling; add lettuce, tomato, and avocado. Sprinkle with Par- mesan cheese, top with sour cream, and decorate with J PHI THETA KAPPA, a national honor was held in the home of Mrs. Dixie Thirty-three members were accepted in the ceremony. Here are a portion of the new me guests in the background. pickled chile slices and olives. Serves 4. Mrs. Naomi Phelan's home was the scenq afternoon shower for Linda Vaughan. Receiving 1 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. for the "miscellaneous hostesses Ruby Jewel Hardin, Norton Phelan, Ruth Lyles, Darlene Spier and Special guests for the affair were Mrs. the honoree's grandmother and Mrs. mother of the groom-to-be. Also present neth Vaughan and Mrs. Harold Childs. For a hostess present Linda received flatware. The many other gifts were rooms of Mrs. Phelan's home. The brides colors of pink and candelabra, roses arrangement on the Petite fours and coffee were served by Hardin. Public schools week This coming week is proclaimed as Texas Week by the Governor. This is a special event is invited to visit the schools and get teachers. Surprise your child with a visit day next week. ' To 1,tally appI,00cl N a (',hbman ;Su i0 m Katrina and Joni had fun tricking a group of people down **MEAT FILLING on the River Walk. Katrina pretended to lose her contact and she and Joni fell to their knees to look for it. In a mat- 1 tablespoon cooking oil ter of seconds, a whole group of people were on their 1/2 onion, minced [- knees looking for a contact. Then Joni and Katrina got up 1 garlic clove, minced - . ( and walked off leaving the group on their knees blinking 1 pound ground beef r stupidly Into the "setting sun." 2 ounces ripe olives, chopped t_ 1 envelope commercial taco favoring V The trip was really a lot of fun for us all. We had all Salt and pepper to taste _ dreaded the long ride there and back, but it turned out Saute onions and garlic in oil; add meat, brown well; . better than we expected. Everything went Well,except Mr. add other ingredients. _ Cordell lost his hat. On behalf of the Future Teachers of America, I want to thank our sppnsors , Mr. and Mrs. Cor-  dell, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith, Mrs. Lindley and Miss Veach and also to the patient bus driver, OrinSain. Don't forget about the Speech Department's play tonight, March 1, at 7:30 in the CHS Auditorium. Good Luck, Bronchosl The Broncs go to the Vernon Track Meet this weekend in Vernon. THE CLARENDON PRESS Box 1110, Clarendon, Texas The Clarendon Press is published weekly on Thursday, every week of the year, at 204 South Kearney in Clarendon, Texas. The Clarendon Press is entered as second class matter in the U.S. Post Office, Clarendon, Texas, 79226. Mailing address is P.O. Box ill0, Clarendon, Texas, 79226. Subscription rates in Doniey and adjoining counties, $4.00. Subscription rates outside this area are $5.50. The Clarendon Press was established on May 1, 1972, in Clarendon, Texas. The Clarendon Press is a home-owned publication. W. Dean Singleton is owner and editor and pub- lisher. Any erroneous reflection upon the character of any person or firm appearing in these columns will be gladly and promptly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. Part of last week was cold, wet and snowy but the golfers got started Friday and made a big busy weekend of it. All of the golf carts were busy on Saturday and Sunday and the out-of-towners numbered well over one hundred. Wednesday night was family night. Sixty-one or two enjoyed the buffet and blngb. The Claude fans again showed the lo- cals how it was done and Don BagweH's son was the leader of the prize winning pack. The PhilCampbeils, the Rit Mor- ris's and the Bert Wooldridge's failed to let the bingo callers know that it was Mary Campbell's birthdaybut Happy Birth- day anyway Mary. The food committee met Friday night and made plans for the busy season which is Just ahead. The Howardwick Lions Club met for their regular dinner meeting Saturday night and boasted an attendance of forty- four. A St. Patricks party is being planned for the club member- ship and guests. Music will be furnishedbythe Mike Russell Trio of Pampa. Please make your reservation early. That date is Saturday March 17th. Don't forget Tuesday March 13, 1973.Thats the date of our annual stockholder's meeting. We will be looking for you. Your nominations for three directors should be mailed to Horace McClellan. i How does it feel? Whether it's a shapely pol ester cotton, or a soft and supple woven blen& ing is rich. And the look is right. In subtle bold. In suits built to fit as though they wen just for you. Like this one. It's the ( suit no wardrobe is complete without. . Come in soon and see our ClubmaV , for Spring. And don't forget to t