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The Clarendon Presst March 15, 1973 Page 2 Farmers invited to meeting All Donley County farmers are invited to attend a meeting on cotton and grain sorghum production Tuesday night, March 20, at 7:30 p.m. in room 102of the Classroom Build- ing at Clarendon College in Clarendon according to Ronald Gooch, County Extension Agent. Robert Metzer, Area Extension CottonSpecialist, will dis- cuss the latest production practices in producing cotton. Some of the items to be discussed include: planting dates, varieties, wilt and nematode control, row patterns andplant populations and irrigation. 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 1110, Clarendon, Texas, 79226. Subscription rates in Donley 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- lasher. 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. Engagement HOME FAS H I O N SALES $ ONLY NAUGAHYDE Recline., Reg. $69. $49. l-Rocker Recliner $B9. Extra Nice, High Back, Beg. $119.00 OTHER RECLINERS Priced Accordingly Swivii Rocker Sale Maple Cocktail Table Reg. $149 NAUGAHYDE Hide- A" Bed Extra Heavy Weight Like New Sold For $259.00 ONLY $125 JUST PURCHASED Mattress & Box Springs FULL SIZE SETS NOW ONLY $65 up Terms If Accepted by SIC Otherwise, Cash and Carry T & M General Store Clarendon, Texas Phone 874-2155 Mr. and Mrs. Herschel E. Day of Wichita Falls, Texas, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Toni Louise, roGer- ald Lee Welch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Welch of Claren- don, Texas. Miss Day is a graduate of San Angelo schools holding a Bachelor of Arts in History from Angelo State University and is presently employed in Distributions Supply for Gen- eral Telephone in San Angelo. Mr. Welch is a graduate of Clarendon schools and holds an Associate of Artsdegreefrom Clarendon College and a Ba- chelor of Science in Engineer- ing from Texas Technological University, Lubbock, Texas where he was a member of Alpha Pi Omega Fraternity. He ispresently employed as an Electrical Engineer forGen- eral Telephone in San Angelo. Vows will be exchange Sat- urday April 28, 1973 at 7:30 p.m. in the First Baptist Church of San Angelo, Tex- as. Chamber plans banquet The Clarendon Chamber of Commerce board of directors met Monday at their monthly luncheon meeting to plan a chamber banquet and a down- town promotior b both slated for April. A report was given by ban- quet chairman Bright New- house. A tentative date of April 13 was set for the cham- ber banquet. The event willbe held at the high school cafe- teria on Friday, April 13, at 7:30 p.m. A theme of "The Positive Year" was recom- mended for the banquet. Dean Singleton, chairman of the promotions committee, recommended a weekly draw- ing for downtown Clarendon, beginning Saturday, April 14. Several ideas were discussed for the drawing, and final plans will be announced very soon. A theme of "Shop in Clarendon and Save" was sug- gested. Clyde Price, chamber man- ager, announced that the bro- chures from the Panhandle Playground project will be ready Thursday morning. This will be a tool to pro- mote tourism in Clarendon. Water (Cont'd. from Page 1) before they realized that the water hydrants were turned on, since the lack of water pressure had stopped the flow of water. All the hydrants were cap- ped by G a.m, and water be- gan filling the storage tank again. But the water was dir- ty, and it took some time to get the pressure back to residents. Many residents awakened to find no water, others found water but with much dirt in it. It took until Sunday night for the tank to completely fill, city officials reported. Police said they have sev- eral suspects in mine con- cerning the hoax. City Secre- tary Bud Knorpp stated that when the culprit or culprits are found, he will make them pay for the 500,000 gallons of water which were lost, which comes to about $250, and will make them pay over- time for 3 men, which comes to $46.60. bifocals by cindy Vonna Tunnell, mother of sixth grade daughter Ricci, loaded six girls into her car and headed for Estelline last Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The girls were involved in a sixth grade basketball tournament and the bus didn't hold everybody. Vonna took her car so no one would have to stay home. Mr. and Mrs. Heckle Stark are busy planning an exciting trip to the Orient in April. Doesn't that sould fabulous? -  The.Panhandle is tse oy place in the world where it chin cats 'n dogs, trn into a beautiful day, hale, and turn back into a beautiful day. Like the old addage goes, "Stand outside for five minutes..." Put two kinds of cheese, pizza sauce, onions, meat and a bun together and you have the Plaza Burger. Jake's Arcade has it and many other great foods for you to enjoy. Try it... you'll like itll Someone drained the water tower Friday night by turning on the fire hydrants. It was a terrible inconvenience for all, but worse for the Kenneth Vanghan family. It was Lin- da's wedding day. Understandably so, Kenneth was NER- VOUS! When somebody Jokingly asked him why he was so jittery, he replied, "What a day for the water to be dirty and for the telephones to be outl" Kenneth looked nothing but suave, when he had a beautiful and radiant Linda on his arm walking down the aisle. % SHRIMP ORLEANS 1 can frozen condensed cream of shrimp soup 3/4 c. boiling water 1 8 oz. pkg. frozen shrimp 1/2 c. diced green pepper 1/2 c. diced celery 1 I/2 t. curry 1/2 t. salt Pepper I/2 c. diced ripe olives 1/4 c. slivered almonds Parsley Place soup in skillet; pour boiling water over soup, cov- er, bring to boil, stir in shrimp, celery, green pepper, cur- ry, salt & dash of pepper. Cover, bring to boil again then cook on low for 10 rain. or until shrimp are done. Stir oc- casionally. Just before serving, add ripe olives; sprinkle with slivered almonds. Garnish with parsley and serveover rice. FLUFFY RICE RING I cup I c. rice I S/8 c. water I T. salt I T. butter Combine all ingredients in a 3 qt. sauce pan & place on highest setting of electric range. Bring to low boil, stir well & cover. Reduce heat to lowest setting & cook for recommended time on rice package. When rice is done, spoon into buttered ring mold, pack lightly & cover with foil. Set in electric oven (on lowest heat setting) until ready to serve. RASPBERRY BANANA SALAD 1 pkg. raspberry jello I sin. can crushed pineapple 2 medium bananas, sliced 1 pkg. frozen raspberries 1 pkg. Knox gelatin Soften gelatin. Prepare Jello according to directions. Add raspberries , drained pineapple. Let chill, stir in bananas. Pour in ring mold. Serve garnished with endive. Mrs. Roddy Seago of Trinidad, Colo., is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bell, for a week. MRS. GARY CHILDS .... Miss Linda Vaughan Miss Vaugh Mr. Childs m Miss Linda Sue Vaughan became the bride Chllds in a Saturday afternoon wedding First United Methodist Church of Clarendon. read by the Reverend Weldon Rives. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Vaughan. Parents of the groom are Mr. and V. Chllds. Mrs. John Splvey served as matron of honor was Miss Vlcki Chtlds, sister of the Vaughan, brother of the bride, was best man of Fort Smith, Arkansas, served as Cheryl Cary of Levelland was vocalist with as organist. The church was decorated in red and pink of carnations and gladioli. The bride, given in marriage by her father velvet carrying a bouquet of daisies and tendants were in red and pink velvet carr of carnations. The colors of red and pink were at the reception which was held in the The groom is currently serving in the United Force. The couple will reside in Biloxi, Get your child ready for and Spring The TUMBLEW ' Coat $24 Slacks Tom Sawyer & Eldorado Sizes a-006 $4-$6 A Spring 00Bouquet b 7-14 3-6x Toddler 2-4 Clarendon, Texas