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t ! The Clarendon Press, March 22, 1973, Page 4 at CHAMBERLAIN MOTOR CO. We have just traded for some excellent, like-new cars. All New-Car trade-ins. T972 Electra Limited Loaded 1972 ,uxury Sedan 1972 Buick Riviera 18,000 miles Loaded-Extra C lean 1969 El Camino Air, Power Extra Clean One-Owner Vinyl Top 1972 Chevrolet Impala Tape Player Custom Cpe Fully Equipped Like New I Excellent selection of new cars,toot The wind was king on Monday and Tuesday but the golfers played a few holes before their drives started blowing back to the tee box. Tuesday evening some eighty members swarmed in for cold cuts and coffee on the club. Thiswas the date of the an- nual stockholders meeting at wMch time three new direc- tors were nominated. Bert Woldridge of Claude, Gene White and Frank Phelan were elected to three yearterms. A brief allhual relort was given by the club president and all seem- ed'."en'oy a good visit with" their friends and neighbors. Thursday was bridge day for the Duplicate Club, Carolyn Payne was hostess. Sandy Wallace was high point and Fran- ces Skelton was second. The Minister-Laymen Tournament was highly successful despite the wind and cool temperature. About forty players participated. John Gillispie was winner with a low net of 67. Otis Hobbs took second with a low gross of 77 after a tie with Bill Zink was broken. Friday brought out some fifty amateur players for the "AM-AM" from all over the Panhandle. The first place winners were from Canyon, John Goodwin, Danny Alvey, Gary Fletcher and Charles Harris. Their net was 63. In second place John Farquhar, Homer Smith, John Payne and Jim Hayes posted a 65. The team of B. B. Gilbson, Jerry Powers, Ed Sawyer and O. C. Edwards shot a 66. The Saint Patrick's Dance drew a real good crowd of both in-and out-of-towners. Sunday saw the golfers get in gear with a beautiful day an the activity at the clubhouse was brisk. The club is taking application for a full time cook. Ap- plicants should apply to Fern Farr. Have you been wondering why your junior higher has been so involved in the school library recently? Well I did some investigating and here's why .... The Texas Education Agency has required that this age group of students be exposed to a complete course of Libr- ary Science. The study, lasting three weeks, familiarizes the pupils with library classification systems, card cata- logue procedures and the use of all reference materials. This program is designated to enlighten each student of library information techniques and resources. Each parti- cipant does receive a grade on their six week's report card concerning their work in the course. If you are confused by the following information, please bear in mind, I conducted my "investigation" while the Library Science co-ordinator and teacher was frying okra Wednesday eveningH! Dorothy White, Wands Phelan, Imogene Brumley, Carolyn Hamilton spent Thursday morning with Mrs. Alvin Landers. Coffee and cosmetics could've been the name of the get- together. Mrs. Landers acquainted "the girls" with the lat- est of her cosmetic line while her attentive audience relaX- ed with their morning freshly-perked brewl Sign onthe "Press" dark-roomdoor: Please keep this door shut, or the dark will leak out! I understand those delicious sandwiches certainly were a hit with the Country Club crew last Tuesday eveningl The Stina Calns got word early last week that upon a doc- tor's recommendation their grandson, Scott Mills, shouldbe admitted to an Albuquerque clinic due to a severe infection. Since notification Catherine has been in Roswell looking after the other children. Surely hope they've been able to pinpoint young Scott's problem. Jim Risley was home from Tech this weekend. How was home-cooked food, Jim?I The last two weeks the Farmer's State Bank h3s been ex- hibiting Jlggs Mann' s C arl Smith' s western paintings. Those are really enjoyable pieces of artl The progession continues to advance for ',Annie Get Your Gun," the C. C. Spring Presentation. A mid much enthusiasm, drama students spent last week co-ordinating costumes, at- tending line and dance rehearsals and taking publicity shots. Upon replying to the question of staying on schedule Mrs. Selvidge just beamed and contentedly replied, "We're surprising ourselves, we're so on scheduleI" At last report, stage blocking had been completed, which will allow for 3moother, faster rehearsals in the future. The Clarence Hamiltons, Carl Kings and Mrs. Vera Mc- Murtry were present at the Phil Cates Dinner in Chil- dress Inursday evening. I understand Mr. Hamilton was the "chaperone" for the ladies that evening. Also attending the affair from Clarendon were the Fred Chamberlains and Dean Singletons. That Richard Thornberry has really been a traveler latelyI Just recently he returned from a convention in San Antonio and a short visit with brother Sandy of Lub- bock. Prior to that, he spent three weeks in Puerto Rico. Last Friday he was in Clarendon long enough to see his folks and in-laws, the Lloyd Risleys. Saturday morning he re- turned home to Nebraska. Recipe Clarendon, Texas /f MISSISSIPPI MUD CAKE 4 eggs 2 cups sugar 2 sticks melted oleo 1 1/2 cups flour 1/3 cup cocoa 1 teaspoon vanilla l cup nuts l cup coconut Mix and bake at 350 degreesfor 30 minutes. Remove from oven and cool some. Spread 1 Jar marshmallow cream over top. Then put into pan: 6 tablespoons milk 1 stick oleo 1/3 cup cocoa Cook until melted and add 1 box powdered sugar, 1 tea- spoon vanilla and 1 cup nuts. Spread on after marshmallow cream has formed a crust. This is a very delicious and different cake and is almost like candy. THE CLARENDON Lions Club has undertaken s project at the Lions Club Hall. They are improving scape and cleaning up the area in an intense project. All Lions are participating in the project taln work days. Spring always brings out the C spirit. (Press Photo by Will Lowe) Saints Roost Round-up Clarendon's Annual Saint's Roost Roundup and will be held July 4, 5, 6 and 7. Rodeo performances are scheduled for each dance following. An American Quarter Horse Association Horse approved for July 7. Improvement and repairs of the rodeo facilities planned. Peggy Day will be the rodeo secretary again this Betty Boston holding the position of Rodeo Cliff Campbell and Fred Cordellwillbe the tors for the fourth straight year. Martin-Ashtola Mrs. Clovis Bible visited Thursday afternoon and Mrs. Nuford Dill. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Saffel and family of and Mrs. Jim Odom and family of Abernathy with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Odom and family. Mr. and Mrs. BernieGreenandMr. and Mrs. and Jason had Sunday lunch with Mr. and Mrs. Ellen, and Beth. The occasion honored birthday. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Mahaffey went to Wellir afternoon to attend the Greenbelt Electric ttee. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Koontz and Mr. Morgan of Duncan, Oklahoma, visited Thursday , Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bridges of Albuquerque night with Mr. and Mrs. Doss Finley. Mrs. Hubert Rhoades had coffee Friday Mrs. Ruby Parker. Mrs. Orvll Bennett and familyofWichita Falls week with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Reynolds and Mrs. Dorothy Sullivan of Clarendon. Mrs. Wendel BoUn and children of day with Mr. and Mrs. Clovis Bible. Mrs. Ben Lovell of Goodnight visited Mr. ford Dill. Mrs. H.S. Mahaffey and Mrs. Floyd Shannon attended a bridal shower at Memphis Friday Miss Silva Kay Ayers. The groom-elect is Bill Muleshoe. They will be married May 20th. Mrs. Ollie Nelson and Mrs. Bonnie Koontz went tO Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Nelson Joyner. Mrs. Burt DeBord went to the doctor in Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Partain of Euless spent with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Partain folks, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Row. Mrs. Clarence Reynolds visited Sunday with ett. Mrs. Maude Thompson of Dalha]rt spent and Mrs. H.S. Mahaffey. Mrs. Lena Mae Graham spent the weekend her mother, Mrs. Nann Sutton. Mrs. Rhonda Green and Jason spent Saturday in at a track meet. Mr. and Mrs. Clovis Bible and Mr. and Mrs. and family of Pampa and Mrs. Jay Chlsum Kansas, were all in Amarillo Sunday for surprise birthday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. his and family. Mrs. Willie Mills and boys of Amarillo Mr. and Mrs. Robert Partain. Little Miss Terri Leffew of Clarendon spent with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Othel Johnny Just of Lelia Lake visited with his Mrs. T.A. Nelson, Sunday. James Hall and Miss Susan Nelson visited Horace Greens and family Saturday evening. Our sympathy goes to the Charley T. Molder Hudgins community. It was the father of Mrs. of the Ashtola Community. Mr. and Mrs. H.S. Mahaffey and Mr. and Mrs. non of Clarendon had Sunday dinner with McLean. Mr. and Mrs. Doss Finley visited in Amarillo Mrs. Leo ttommel. Mrs. Mary Bells DeBord and PaulaHicks Monday in Hereford with Mr. and Mrs. family. Mrs. Katherine Wood of Eldrado, Oklahoma end with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Odom. Mrs. Pete Land vi sited in Hedley Sunday cile Franklin. T.B. Nelson and Charlie Leffel of Amarillo with Mrs. Ollie Nelson and Mrs. Bonnie Joyner spent the weekend. Bro. and Mr s. Bryan Knowles and boys spent tile Perryton visiting his mother, Mrs. Knowles. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mahaffey and llugh visited with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. BobGill, and Nelson Sunday. See yon all next weekl