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March 15, 1973

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The Clarendon Press. March 15. 1973 Page 6 School board hires teachers hen At a regular meeting of the Clarendon Board of Education on Thursday, March 8, the following faculty members were re-employed for the 1973-74 term of school: Stina Cain, Elementary-Junior High School principal-contract extended for 1 year (2 yr. contract); Garry Bowen, George Byerly, Mrs. Oressa Delaney, Mrs. Ethelyn Grady, Mrs. Kaiher- Attention Ladies!! Fall Trunk Showing for BETTY ROSE COATS at IOHN'S Thursday, March 15, fro m 2 to 5 Save 10% OFF regular prices. / ine Green, Bobby Lemons, Milton Mann, George Martin, Jim Nance, Clyde Noonkester, Mrs. Norma Putman, Mrs. Sue Shields, Mrs. Jean Stavenhagen, Mrs. Claudine Todd, Miss Betty Veach, Mrs. Georgia Guinn, Mrs. Dlanna Wel- ler, Mrs. Flay Barrow, Mrs. Wilma Batson, Mrs. Hazel Brandon, Pete Bromley, Mrs. Helen Estlack, Mrs. Naomi Gilbreath, Mrs. Bonnie Gooch, Jack Hall, Mrs. Glenda Hawkins, Mrs. Pauline Heath, Mrs. Mildred Hendrix, Mrs. Norma Jones, Mrs. Helen Land, Johnny Leathers, Mrs. Nova Little, Sam Lowry, Mrs. Lois McGarlty, Mrs. Eve- lyn Mann (teacher-aide), Mrs. Ernestine Mooring, Mrs. Joen Noonkester, Mrs.Einkney Palmer, Miss Betty Ste- Vva.rt,4"l'. Frieda Tuckerr:Ml's. Gloria Gage. Applications are now bezng taken for the position of High School principal. Jack Hedden, Coach and Athletic Director College, released the news this week that Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, has been selected tern Junior College Conference Team and was ed to the Regional Team. Our congratulations to Coach HeddenandJoe fine performance in which Bvlldog Pride 651 points with an average of 21.7points a game 688 rebounds for a game average of 22.93. Coach Hedden expects Pride back for his at Clarendon College along with HermanBrown rod, and Kelth gmbry. With recruiting going den's way, the 1973-74 CC Bulldog Season the finest performances of z basketball team lege's history. Claude-Goodnight Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lowry of Amarillo spent Sunday with Mrs. Theodore Goad, Mr. and Mrs. Earl the Forrest Bennetts. Mrs. Buddy Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bailey, Sherry Hales returned from the Houston Fat Stock Show a Mrs. L.L. Jennings. very happy lady. Her steers placed 5th and 6th in the short- Mrs. R.C. Ballard attended the Monday afternoon i horn division, and to top it all off the animals sold for 60 view at the Y.M.C.A. Mrs. Ray Vahue presented a a Ib. While her daughter was in Houston, Mrs. Hales flew zation of "The Hiding Place. ' authored by Corrieq to San Marcos to be with her other daughter, Mrs. Jack Mea- For a Musical accompaniment, West Texas theana. The Hales all returned home Sunday. following the review. Mrs. Irene Grog.an of Portland, Oregon, and Mrs. M.L. Rev. and Mrs. Keith McCormick of near Allen of Tucumcari, New Mexico, were guests in the home Saturday company for Charlie Bailey. of their sister and husband, Rev. and Mrs. O. C. Edwards, Mrs. Ed Reed was a guest in the home of last Sunday. friend, Mrs Donna Lewis, of Amarillo last Mrs. J. E. Johnson, after logging four days in High Plains Congratulations to Kay Newsome and her Hospital, was released last Thursday. letic honors! Hats off to you too, Deena David Woods spent Friday night w.ith Joe Christian. these girls devoted a lot of time and hard work to Mrs. and Mrs. Lester Shields longtime Clarendon folks, tangette cause and I say, they were justly have purchased the old Hendon house and plan to become Mrs. Jess Hundley and Mrs.HaroldMoore Claude residents in the near future. We welcome these arillo Wednesday. new friends to our surroundings and hope they will spend Poodle Eddleman took time offfrom farm chores l many enjoyable years with us. old friends at Clarendon College Monday. Mrs. Kathiene Graves shopped in Clarendon last Tuesday. The. W.M. Crains were in Clarendon Kenneth Mayben returned home from school Friday. This Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Neely of Amarillo were present week is the Spring break for most schools and the Ben Chamberlain's and others of Claude students will be off for the entire week. Jerry Ashworth recently pledged to the Alpha James Lloyd MacFarland underwent appendix surgerylast business fraternity at West Texas University. Friday in St. Anthony's Hospital. year student is an accounting major and the son 0 George Wllmoth and Shannon Hudson were in Tulia for Rod- Mr s. Bob A shworth. ney Harris' birthday Tuesday. The W.R. Clacks drove to Amarillo Thursday. Last Friday, the Future Homemakers sponsored a style Mrs, George Crowell was one of the many lacliee show. "Swing Into Spring" was presented to the girls' moth- the 4-H Style Show Friday aRernoon. ers and other relatives and classes in the high school audi- How nice it is to hear that Mrs. Myrtle Reed torture. Members of the organization modeled garments of doing much better[ their making, and to add to the alternoon's events, the F. Did you hear of the triplets born to one H'ers had some of their eight year-old friends model fas- Flnley's Angus cows? The calves, two bulls b.ions for the younger set. along with their mother, are doing Mrs. Ed Reed has been spending a lot of her spare time says Herefords are betterl[? attending the Elaine Towers Exercise Club in Amarillo re- C.N. Sutton called on Charlie Bailey Sunday. cently. Sounds like she's trying to prepare for all these new Spring fashions! Mrs. Bill Bowley played "Good Samaritan" The Lloyd Reids were in Clarendon for the noon meal Bailey Sunday. The thoughtful lady brou_ght a Tuesday. turkey dinner to her neighbor[ How about that Sheila Mayben? Our heartiest congratula- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Garland were guests of theJ lions, Miss Flipperl If it couldn't happen to me, it couldn't lands Friday and Saturday. have happened to a nicer, more deserving personl Mary Ann Ashley and her daughter, Susan, Bert Woolridge entered St. Anthony's, Hospital last Wed- J.F. McGehees Sunday. nesday. Sure hope he is out by press timel How glad wearetobewelcomlng Leola Cates to Civic-minded Paul Rutherford purchased and repaired Leola has made plans to have a house the windowpane glass in the Warner Community Center Church as soon as possible. Do you think recently, town" Is having a revival? Rain, rain, please DO stay, and come back another day Mr. and Mrs. Ben Chamberlain called on (SOON)! Wasn't that moisture just great? Most people re- berlains Sunday. ported over two inches of precipitation. Hoorayl Johnny Baird and his family were Thursday Mrs. George Crowell returned home Tuesday from a four- parents, the Max Bairds. day 4-H Leader's Forum held in Albuquerque. Thursday and Friday the O.C. Edwards traveled Happy Blrthday Elizabeth Obrecht, Leota Thomas, Tim- view for business purposes. my Fraizer, Effie Wertenberger, Edd Adudde11, Eldon Wayne Hudson, Eddie Jeffers, Marvin Stephenson, Albert Rutherford, Kurt Wheeler, Andrea LangIord, Mlke Sta. True No FF venhagen, Frances Norwood, Harry Havard. The John Chauveauxs spent last weekend with their sons, "= Tony and Bert in Austin and San Antonio. Mrs. Max Baird and daughter drove to Clarendon last Icemaker Sp After spending several pleasant days in the home of Mrs. Kathleen Graves, Mrs. Josephine Gilbert returned to her home in Denver, Colorado, Thursday. The ladles are sisters and enjoyed each other's presence greatly. J Mrs. Leora Kenny of Amarillo was a guest of her uncle's, Charlle Bailey, Thursday. The H.L. Palmers of Borger had Thursday supper with t FOR BEST RESULTS their son and his family, theLee Palmers. It's nice to in. vite someone to dinner and have them bring part of the meall / p]ant your J Best wishes newlyweds Linda and Gary ChildsI Mrs. AoJ. Britten was in Panhandle Saturday. Those surprising Mrs. Thelma January with a coffee for her birthday were: Mrs. Walter Sanders, Mrs. Dorothy Brown, Mrs. Viola Lowry, Mrs. Miexner, Mrs. George / Sine Now For A L_ Wllmoth, Mrs. Chapman, and Mrs. Oliver. The ladies call- ,i =,_.,. savings  ed on their honoree Tuesday. II'dil of Happy. On their return trip to Goodnight, the couple re- | R ings c being 1  acquainted themselves with the Canyon Museum. ,-.'------ earW'.  Slaughter Dye was admltted to Hlgh Plalns Hospltai last Saf. | CAR' Can you envislo __  urday. I / yowler Imhind " /  We welcome the Jlm Painter family to Goodnight. The of = shiny new .e._,mobile $ oun families go. painters are coming to us from Clarendon and will reside S.c,mm*.. Money keep y g . , -- at the Redhouse camp on the Goodnight Ranch. It's so Pt / . ina arowing, secure. :)o prom nice to EDUCATION= Learning ancl i "' " n be have a new family in the communltyl train =re pmmorts to = ours wth us, where you ca for sure if will get profegslonal ore. Jess Hundley made a business trip to Amarillo Monday. We know how to make daughter and her family's home, Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Hazlett. VACATION: Let your urge Our prayers and deepest forms of sympathy are extended to for leisure...travel... [ grow. And we have savmgs plans i adventure have a place in   .... t even, individual need.  the Morris Osburn family. Mr.OsburnpassedawaySaturday U J your life. Save for it.  v ,, .... _j evening due to a heart attack. Model |/__ e.Farmers State Bank | The DonGillisptefamilyofLubbockwerevisttorsofher parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bag'well, last weekend. Rev. and Mrs. O.C. Edwards were in Groom for the Pale 17.1 Cu. Ft. Complete No-Frost , & Trust C0  Duro Worker's Co.erence Tuesday. Icemaker Refrigerator Mr. and Mrs. Ben Chamberlain were guests of Mrs. John Ref. Volume 12.31 Cu. Ft. Rhoades of Clarendon Wednesday. 168-LB. Freezer Capacity Sorry to have heard that Mrs. Johnnie Greenway has been Slide-Out Shelves under the weather with the flu lately. Removable Meat Pan Mr. and Mrs. LonnieR. Jones of Lawton were Involved In a Porcelain Crispers minor one car accident east of Goodnight Thursday.Luckily Porcelain Enamel Interior no one was seriously injured. However, the elderly couple Magnet Door [ lost their dog in the mishap. The ClaudeSheriff's Department Full-Range Temp. Controls " spent all of Thursday evening and the better part of Friday Cleanback Coils in search of the small, shorthaired brown-toned terrier. Big Easy-Rolling Wheels ! After muchhunting and canvassing of the area, the canine was still amiss and the Jones' reluctantly returned totheir Okla- Plus Many Other Features homa home. If anyone in the Goodnight vicinity has seen the llttleanimal, the Jones have requested that you secure their OSBUI00N00,ro ,, address from the classified ads section of this week's issue of the Claude News and contact them as soon as possible. Regretted to hear of Lauida Brtdgewater's entrance to High Plains Hospital near the first of the month. How many yearstogether couples? Happy Anniversaryl Mr. /',. t],,,, and Mrs. W.C. Thornton, Mr. and Mrs.GailGoodin, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Gain, Mr. and