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Clarendon, Texas
March 8, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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March 8, 1973

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The Clarendon Press, March 8 ANNOUNCING BIG SAVINGS ON KANGAROOSI Here&apos;s your chance to stock up on the T- shirts with the Polyrib no-sag neckband, shorts with the exclusive comfort pouch and horizontal fly. Both bright white knit in permanent press 50% polyester, 50% combed cotton. Durable, comfortable, strong and long-wearing. munsingwear LIMITED TIME ONLY i 6 T-Shirts for $7.44 (Reg. $10) 6 Shorts for S7.44 (Reg. $9) "",..%... THESE MEMBERS of the Clarendon High School Band re- ceived a first place rating in the ensemble portion of the Solo and Ensemble contest last week. They include Gina Killings'worth, Ferrell McAffee, Regina Knor sp, Janie Hall, Mike Boothe, Richard Woody and Sue Hall. (Press Photo by Helen Woody) Miss Judy Greene sets engagement Mr. and Mrs. William Slaton Greene have announced the engagement of their daughter, Judith Anne, to Jim Ed Renfro of Dallas, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Edwin Ren- fro of Waco. Vows will be solemnized .april 28 at 7:30 p.m. in Saint John the Baptist Episcopal Church. Miss Greene is a graduate of Baylor University where she was a member of Alpha KappaDelta and Psi Chi. She is em- ployed with Texas Employment Commission in Dallas. Her fiance is a graduate of Baylor University and is employed as an auditor with Mobil Oil Corporation in Dallas. Tea honors Hiss Greene An announcement tea in honor of Miss Judy Greene, bride- elect of James Renfro, was given in the home of Mrs. C. L. Benson Saturday from 2:30 until 5 p.m. Other hostesses in- cluded Mrs. Willard Skelton and Mrs. T. M. Caldwell, Mrs. Jim Roberts registered over 75 of the attending guests and Mesdames Walt Knorpp and Freddie Bobo served refresh- merits. The refreshment table, covered with a floor-length blue- dotted swiss cloth, centered by a silver epergne-candleabra sporting blue tapers and white carnations offered coffee, tea, punch, deviled ham, pimento and cream cheese open- faced palm sandwiches, fruit-filled cream puffs and choco- late fllled meringue shells. Special guests of the afternoon were Mrs. James Edwin Renfro of Waco, mother of the prospective groom, and his his sisters, Miss Charlotte Renfro of Waco and Mrs. Freddy Miller of Ft. Worth. Fun After Fifty Club meets The Fun after 50 Club met last Saturday and saw a film on Canada shown by Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brandon who made the 7,000 mile trip. Mr. and Mrs. J R. Brandon were pre- sented the door prize. The table decorations were provided by Mrs. Lois Hutchins. The Lord's prayer was repeated in unison. Irish music was proyided by Mrs. Lois Taylor. Mrs. Florence Hester, president, gave a short reading. The Rev. and Mrs. James Brandon, pastor of the First Baptist Church, were the honored guests. The club was proud of all the men thatwerepresent. Keep it up men. All visitors and new members are welcome to come out and join the fun. Mrs. Bernie Green spent the weekend in Dallas visiting with her parents and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Jerrel Martin and Scott went to El Paso over the weekend where they visited their daughter and husband, Mr, and Mrs. Delbert McElroy. ..... .*: '4 ...... " .... :. ,."a.:."."'N@a ":.'. ,.:"fg"" '.;" 2{v" " ........ .'':7..N" ',"-! '.N .... i!'-,.'>g,{ ' ".,.' "Ni :!,' -*. .... ' ' ,> . ' " .N =NSN*" i;siIIIIIi.::'s. "::::::s N{::-. ,'....:v;m.,   v:., ", .*.:  " ..," ' ": " ,4 , !:." y... ,%::: " :  '. "   :: ; : I  h   " tm lAKE'S STEAK-OUT ARCAD eat and play games. Try Our Pitza Burger Is Now OPEN! Come N Burgers Sandwiches, Fish and Chips Pieces 3 for $1 f Shrim 1. Fooseball, Pinball, Pool OC Open 11 till 11 .......................... Judy Camp bifocals bycind, sets engagem, When one falls from a horse, one wishes it was a bucking bronc or a fire-breathing bull. Not so in the case of Dr. Bob PattersonI! He was riding Jennie Deyhies kid pony at the veterinarian hospital and decided to chase down one of his patients, a cow, that had gotten out of the pen. He ap- parently felt the pony was going to fall, so he jumped. Dr. Patterson ended up in the hospital with apin the doctors in- serted into his broken ankle. Wife Deb is in the process of making canvas boots to go over his cast. Mrs. Mike McCleskv of Denton decided to pack diapers cl<)'tkhes, 4ad babies and eo'ffiehome for a visit last week to see'['h) H. M. Breedloves find the T. W. McAnears. Deanna says she didn't have any trouble with her little girl and baby boy. The baby only woke up once all the way to ClarendonIi Howls that for cooperation? Dorothy Breedlove drove back with Deanna to Denton. Mrs. Freddie Bobo and daughter Katy of Amarillo were here for the weekend to visit her parents, the Lawrence Neeces. Emily was here for Judy Greene's tea held Satur- day afternoon in the home of Mrs. C. Lo Benson. Mr. and Mrs. James EdwinRenfroof Waco, Judy's future- in-laws, were also here. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hill and daughter Stephanie of Wichita Falls and Charlie and Becky Deyhle of Tech were home for the weekend to visit their parents and sister, Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Deyhle and Jennie. A luncheon and election of officers at the Clarendon Coun- try Club Monday started the golfing season for members of the Women's Golf Association. New members joining were Mrs. Earl Fisher, Mrs. Ken Kenyon and Mrs. Dean Stngleton all of Clarendon. Regular play day will start the first Monday in April. Business meetings will be held each first Monday. Purpose of the golf association is to promote golf to pro- vide competitive play for members each week and to as- sist in tournaments at the club. Mrs, Douglas Shelton, outgoing president, presided dur- ing the election of officer s. New officers elected were: Mr s. H. M. Breedlove, president; Mr s.WillardSkelton, vice-pre- sident; secretary, Mrs. W. K. Hardin; treaturer, Mrs.Gary Barnhill; play day chairman, Mrs. Jim Terry; historian, Mrs. Jack Case; and reporter, Mrs. Win. J. Lowe. Members present were Mrs. Claude Moore, Mrs. Shelton, Mrs. Richard Tunnell, Mrs. Kenneth Yaughan, Mrs. Skel- ton, Mrs. Terry, Mrs. Glenn Wallace, Mrs. Ray Palmer, Mrs. Hardin, Mrs. Lowe, Mrs. Dec Minkley of Claude, Mrs. Case of Turkey, Mrs. David Hudgins of Lakeview, Mrs. C. L. Benson, Mrs. Stina Cain, Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. Kenyon and Mrs. Singleton. Mrs. Fred Clifford is one fabulous cookl Her husband vouches for that. Connie has loaned me some recipes that are absolutely scruptious. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Brown of Claude, Texas, the engagement of their daughter, Judy Lynn Mark White of Quail, Texas. The ceremony will May 19 at the First United Methodist Church Miss Campbell is a 1972 graduate of Claude and is presently attending Clarendon College. Mr. White is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Quail. He is a 1971 graduate of Quail ttigh sophomore at Clarendon College. Charm Class has m, The new Charm Class, instructed by Lee held its first meeting Monday afternoon. The make-up. The guest speaker was Debbie tips on eye-shadow, cover-up tricks, etc. It interesting class. Quite a few attended. The next lesson will be over modeling. will be Sheila Mayben from Claude and Cindy It's only a dollar, so all you 7th and 8th We are debating on a name for our group. If you ideas, write them down and bring them with you. Saturday Mrs. Frances Deyhle and daughter, hosted a bridesmaids luncheon for Llnda Special guests for the affair were Mrs. the matron of honor, Vickie Childs, sister and Sharon Grady, cousin of the honoree. Also attending were mesdames Frances Lee Thornberry and Ethelyn Grady. Girl Scout We, activites p, Girl Scout week begins next week, and local Girl 1 planning various activities for the special week. Sunday, March ll, is Girl Scout Sunday. All will meet at the Methodist Church for services A flag raising ceremony will be conducted on 10 a.m. at the football field. Girls are for windows downtown. Clarendon Girl Scouts have been noted as neighborhood in the Quivira Girl Scout every 3 girls is a Girl Scout here, compared mal of one in 7. Congratulations, girls, for a fine Girl CIIICKEN SCALLOP 2 c. fine diced, cooked chicken 2 c. cream of mushroom soup 1/4 c. green pepper 2 T. diced onion Dash garlic powder Dash rosemary 1 qt. potato chips 1/2 1/4 c. grated Ameri-an ch#ese ........... 4 T. shortening Cook green pepper and onionin4 T. shortening. Heat soup, and onion and green pepper. Fold inchicken and add season- ing. Crush potato chips slightly and place half of them in a greased casserole. Add chicken mixture; sprinkle with cheese and add remaining chips. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. BLUEBERRY CHEESE CAKE 16 crushed Graham crackers 1/4 cup e 1/4 cup melted butter 1/2 cup sugar Press into 8 x 12 loaf pan I/2 cup sugar 1 8 oz. pkg. cream cheese 2 eggs Blend well and pour over Graham cracker crust and bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. Cool. 1 can blueberries 1 Tablespoon cornstarch 1/4 cup water 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice Drain blueberries. Heat juice with cornstrach mixed with water and lemon juice until thickened. Cool. Mix with blue- berries. When cheese and Graham crackers are cool, pour blue- berries over top. Chill for several hoursor overnight. Serve with whipped cream. Why women Band Bake Sale Saturday The Band parents are sponsoring a bake sale this Saturday. Fresh homemade pastries will be displayed at Tuunells and Juniors. So, if you're a regular at the drugstore coffee bar, splurge! ttave a cupcake! Mothers gobuyoneof the cakes or pies at Juniors and save cooking time this weekend.' I Sharon Grady who is attending WTU, Canyon, spent the weekend visiting her mother, Ethylyn Grady, and her bro- tD,r and wife, Mr. and Mrs. John Grady. Mrs. I). T. Smallwood and Frankie McAnear visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jake LaGrone and other relatives in Canyon on Thursday. THE CLARENDON PRESS Box lllO, Clarendon, Texas The Clarendon Press is published weekly on Thursday, every week of the year, at 204 South Kearney in Clarendon, W,xas. The Clarendon Press is entered as second class matter in the U.S. Post Office, Clarendon, Texas, 79226. Mailing address is P.O. Box Ul0, Clarendon, Texas, 79226. Subscription rates in Donley and adjoining counties, $4.00. Subscription rates outside this area are $5.50 1"he Clarendon Press was established on May 1, 1972, in Clar,ndon, Texas. Tim Clarendon Press is a I)me-owm'd publicatir)n. W. l)ean Singleton Is owner and editor and pub- l i sher. 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