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The Clarendon Press, March 15, 1973 Page 4 So we're offering a special reward for these valuable used cars. We'll give you an EXTRA SPECIAL TRADE n your car. But we need it NOW!! v v v ,   v v v v v I Girl Scout cookie sale set The Quivira Girl Scout Council announces the opening of their Cookie Sale beginning March 16 through the 31. The profits from this sale will be used for construction of sani- tary facilities at Camp Cibola, Clarendon, Texas. Ms. Celia Fowler, F-Jcutive Director of the Quivira Girl " t'')uncil, reports tile, United Funds support their Gen- eral Operating Budget, but no money is available to sup- port camping costs and development. Cookie sales will en- able the Council to provide a year-round camp program for the 1700 girls of the ten-county area. This year's goal is 30,000 boxes. The cookies, distributed by the Southern Biscuit Company of Richmond, Virginia, are $I.00 a box and come in five dif- ferent family - size varieties, Assorted Sandwich, Mint, Butter-Flavored Shorties, Peanut Butter Sandwich and Cho- colate Chip and Nut. There are I0 boxes to a case. Brownie, Junior, Cadette and Senior Scouts will all sell cookies, with the Brownies being allowed to sell an unlimit- i ed number of boxes this year. Troops will receive 10t per I box profit to supplement their troop budgets. Each girl selling two cases of cookies will receive a cookie patch; for each additional case sold, girls will be given two dollars credit toward their Day0r Established Camp fee.This credit MRS. T. M. CALDWELL, left, presents an i ..... Sherman Cosper during Girl Scout ceremoni s tr::llrh:berlal n is the Clarendon Neighborhood hadmrning at the school. Mrs. Cosper received he' an ing Clarendon s most successful fund drl Cookie Chairman and also Cookie Chairman of District HI. . . piA h i h iPg hlali: :"ekAiemth;: :Y2:ule;G ; !f  Dni !! :teh ei; tP: omni neg P r:nJ e :n dth d uEXpth:r C oll  Oakley. But were you aware that actual planning and pre- paration of the production started before Christmas? The- ttre of this quality doesn't Just happen. There are countless sleepless nights, careful concentrated forethought and an overwhelming degree of intense dedicated effort involved. Whether the Spring Play is a success or not depends en- tirely upon the Drama students themselves. They alone are responsible for not Just merely what is portrayed opening night but publicity, set designs, costume coordination, make-up and hair style modes and stage properties, con- sidering rehearsals, line memorization and choreographic techniques, the students once again undertake the complete obligation to the professionalism of the present action. Set design is now commencing for "Annie." As one whose been there, take it from me, there will be many, many long nights of meticulous and dedicated work. The set and props committee will be sacrificing everything from sleep to the authenticity and realism of the show. Granted, memorizing parts, cues and lines is a tedious chore. However, the performers you see opening hight are the very ones who produced, directed, promoted, designed, coordinated and choreographed the show. These dramatists are as demanding and strict with them= selves and each other as a Drill Sargent is with a new re- cruit. For a C.J.C. production, it takes itH Visiting in the homeofMrs.G.H. Parker Sunday was Mrs. J. W. Smith of Amarillo. The Explorer Scouts went ice skating in the Amarillo Civic Center Rink Tuesday night. Afterwards, the '*pack" all flocked to the Pizza Hut for their favorlte-flavored "Italian Regardless of rainy weather conditions, the Childs wedding was simply lovely Saturday afte! there were quite a large number of reception Needless to say, the messy down-pour didn't alte amateur print job on the newlywed's carl! It's semester break for us beginning typists. Ifi to join us, come aheadl It's not too late yetl ConU Harper for further details. All the equipment you ed to have is paper and ten fingers! If I can type type-- Class cost is a mere $2.50! ..i Gourmet cooks Stina and Catherine Cain Bromley, Gurrie Stewart, Anna Mae Lumpkin, ders, Pauline Waters, and Edna Smith to Thur# ning supper. The Cains treated the ladies to theff ity, fried fish. I Another group deserving some acclaim for their l are the musicians who participated in the soloand contest in Canyon Saturday a week ago. These band Regina Knorpp, Richard Woody, Ferrol McAfee Mike Booth and Janie Hall put in moretime than t selves can count in painstaking, vigorous rehe# takes competitors who are willing to sacrifice tJ time for frustrating, bone-tiring practice to end# the Solo and Ensemble contest with an excellent as I as our group received. I congratulate you edly! And while I am passing out pats on the ba to thank Regina, Richard and Jahie for their corl of the National Anthem during football season. T made a thrill of national pride just swell i# killed in Chicken Prices Out wreck I Sight? Not at q MEMPHIS -- Two Brice residents were in fair condi- tion teda, here at Hall Coun- ty Hospital with injuries suf- fered in a two-car accident which killed two persons. The injured were Donald Ray Taylor. 37. and Adolpho Rosales, 19. Killed in the accident were Joyce Taylor. 14. who was dead on arrival at Hall Coun- ty Hospital. and Ruben Gar- cia. 20, who was pronounced dead at the scene. The accident occurred about 7 p.m. Tuesday near Old Brice on Texas 70, about 22 miles west of Memphis. Miss Taylor was a passen- ger in a northbound pickup driven by her father. Garcia was a passenger in a southbound car driven by Rosales. Highway Patrolman Don Dollins of Memphis said a third vehicle was hwolved after the car and pickup col- lided. He said a Groendyke Trans- port, Inc.. semitractor-trailer driven by DeWayne Potter, 27. of 2903 S. Spring in Amar- illo. was traveling north at the time the other two vehi- cles crashed just in front of him. The truck brushed the car driven by Rosales, Collins said. Funeral services for Garcia will be announced by Spicer Funeral Home in Memphis. Funeral services for Miss Taylor will be announced by the Quitaque Funeral Home. | 6 THE MAN W-tO FIXEs PI PE 5. RUBY'S GROCERY. Our prices on Chicken to Go haven't soared. They're down right reasonable. Whole Chicken S2.82 plus tax . 1 Large White Piece 49C 2 Large Whi!e Pieces 89C Rodeo Shckers 50 New Shipment of Tapel Groceries, Too. i r t