Newspaper Archive of
The Clarendon Enterprise
Clarendon, Texas
March 22, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
PAGE 7     (7 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 7     (7 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
March 22, 1973

Newspaper Archive of The Clarendon Enterprise produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2023. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

ordells to State Convention _Dg. and Clara Cordell twice during the convention Murray Banks, noted psy- ng to attend the94th to act on proposed amend- chologlst of Midland, Michi- tate convention of the ments to the TSTA constitut- gan, will give the keynote ad- hurclate TeachersAssoct. tion and conduct other busi- dress for the convention at 22-24 at theHou, ness. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March Center. Mr. The 1,422 official delegates 22. is the president of are elected from the 470TSTA Sir Ronald Gould, British and al- local associations throughout educator, will speak at the sec- laldelegate, the state. They are certifiedby end general session at 9:30 among the ll,000 districts on the basis of one a.m. March 23. ".al association mere. delegate per 100 members or Mr. and Mrs. Cordell feel Iguestsex edtoat- fraction of 100, to represent that they are extremely for- r. Cordell Will be of- the 156,000 membersofTSTA, tunate in being able to attend lye to the Every local association isen- this the StateConventionofthe of delegates. That titled to at least one official association, s gov- fifth largest State Educational delegate. A ssociation in the United which Will meet States. The Clarendon CC Rodeo March 29-31 The Ninth Annual Clarendon College Rodeo will be held at the Donley County Fair- grounds, Clarendon, Texas, on March 29, 30, and 31. All rodeo events will start at 7 p.m., with a matineeperfor- mance on Saturday, March 31, at 2 p.m. Loyd Barby from Beaver, Oklahoma, will be the stock producer for the rodeo. Mr. Barby's stock is well known among rodeo circuits an some of the finest bucking animals in a four state area. The bucking stock of Mr. Barby's has been used in the S.C.A. National Finals. Many awards will be given to the winners of the rodeo. The highlight of the Saturday after- noon performance is the Queen's Contest. This will take place at 2 p.m. There will be a dance each night after the rodeoperform= ance on the concrete slab by the rodeo grounds with music by the "Country Impres- sions. ), Each young person between the ages of 14 and 21 or col- lge students may enter the seven events of this rodeo by applying to the Registrar at Clarendon College or writing Jerry Hawkins, P. O. Box 968, Clarendon, Texas 79226, or call Clarendon 806-874- 3308 between 9:00 a.m. and 10 p.m. to obtain more in- formation. Press, March 22, 1973, Page 7 Lawrences plan programs The First Baptist Church announces that the Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Lawrence have just returned from their tour of the Holy Land, the place of our Saviour's birth. The Rev. Law- rence is the former pastor of the Church. In honor of his long pastorate in Clarendon, the First Baptist Church sent he and Mrs. Lawrence to the Holy Land. The Rev. Lawrence will be in the First Baptist Church on Wednesday evening, March 28, during the regular prayer service at 7:30 p.m. to report on his trip and to show film. He will be showing film during the Church Training hour on Sunday evening, April 1, at 6 p.m. tte will also be bringing the message during the Sunday evening worship service. The First Baptist Church cordially invites the entire com- munity of Clarendon to participate with us in this cultural, educational, and Inspirational program on the Holy Land. The Church will be having a fellowship hour after the Sunday evening worship service in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence giving opportunity for our community to visit with them personally. CHS Broncos did it again! They won the Bulldog Re- held at Clarendon Junior College Track Field. The was held Saturday .. all day long. The weather was track weather.., warm and sunny. Clarendon came in the 440 relay with a time of 45.0. Jerry Hol- came h: second in the 440 dash with a time of 52.5. Reese won the 220 dash with a time of 24.0. Clar- won the mile relay with a time of 3: 35.1. This was a record. The old record was 3:36.0. Elray King came in in the broad Jump with a distance of 10'IL Tommy, came in third in the mile with a time of 5:07. Con- tations to the Broncos. This weekend the Broncos go for another track meet. Good luck, Broncsl EXPlorer Scouts enjoyed an evening of relaxation night. Mike Boothe, Pat Robertson, Jeff Campbell, Barry Donne, Shauna Hardin, Jerry Holland Donne, Calvin Burrow, Tony Hill, Mona Robinson aye, Debbie Lowry and sponsors, Miss Betty Veach and Mrs. Dwayne Lamberson, all went to Amarillo skate. They skated, or maybe I should say "at- to ice skate,, and then went to the Pizza Hut for supper. All reported having a good time, the high winds, they all made it home safely. Broncos and Bronchettes enjoyed their annual Tuesday night. The group enjoyed eating and drinking punch. Some played basketball. Byerly received a plaque with the names of the 1972- and Bronchettes Inscribed on the front. Club of CHS met in the library Thursday of Robertson, president of the club, presid- members who attended the meeting were Andi Cathy Hommel, Kellie Langham, Judy Donna Altman, Patsy Hammons and The purpose of the meeting was to Possibility of having an end-of-school party. guess it WOuld be called and end-of-school party. are Planning a PiCnic out at the lake, April 1. cheerleaders had a dinner party Thursday e of junior cheerleader, Shauna Hardin. in Prepared chicken curry, green beans, Strawberry torte for the six girls. Wanda, LaRonda, Debbie and Jennie ate and then over the past years. Then the two ers, Wanda and Carrie, received "going- were engraved silver charms. Bronco band went to the Harned Sisters Fine orning for a special clinic all about section of the band. A professional drum= to demonstrate. The band is preparing for Festival which is to be held tomorrow In is actually a pre-contest. Judges will a rating in both sightreading and on our con- at CHS was sad to hear about the McAfee's weekend. Steve and Farrell have been are both doing pretty good. :h has been forced to stay home all week be- arm. We Will all be glad to have her back too. L1 glad to have Tommy Shields back at school mmy Was out part of last week because of a illness. fomemakers of America went to Lubbock r the Area Meeting. Those who attend- rnith, Sue Hall, Sue Luttrell, Jan Barbee, le Hall, Tammy Blackburn, Becky Leeder The girls attended choir practice and two Friday night atthe Howard Johnson's. new Place to eat and recreation center, ha ess around Clarendon. All of the kids seem es found their own form of recreation over ryone seemed to enjoy the party. . ncsl! at 8 p.m. a Variety Show will be held in Fine Arts Center at Clarendon College. at CC is sponsoring the show, as they seven years. This show promises to Talent has been entered from throughout $1 for adults and 50 cents for students. Open to furnish drinks. 100 Tabs Chewable _- i  I|||ll nnll||l Squee zeably t ;I|IllUllVllN So,t Vitamin C 250mgm79! Jumbo gmmuliNlWilUg An af na  /  =,,-=Mp=mmL q' KOII t'QCK I 6,. '+ RIIII||I| Bathroom $2.98 Value , 300 Tabs i';oun'1 uuumw T,ssue One Dally. 1 Iltl i Towels  44 V'tam'ns .pu.ool qftA 39 Lepage s , .--._._ = == ... = == MiracleTape S0al] 12/$1.00 ! ................................................. 19 100 Caps 400 '.U. ,i,.| AA f o,s Contac mg in. 4 oz Rexilland nltx 100 Tabs 5O Nicotinic Acid I I " Super S,ze r Cough Sy up JJ 00Scope 88 Insuhn )I.OU caoon Suppositories59 160 Count Charmin Insulin 99 Cigarettes $4.09 Napkins 25 J erge n Kite Cord 00oon OropsSpray Mist 2o oz 1['| O 19 11 Coloc.'ne-Plus 1oz 2.00 10 cc U-40 By Commette Panty Hose 59 Jergen Beads sp Nylon P/edge14 oz$1.19 16OZ Head Scarfs 19 S,00o00-00s-te 49 ,,.,.+ Geritol Tablets $1.99 Elm Gleem ,, Toothpaste Woodbury 2/99 Lotion One Size Fits All Panty Hose 39 8, OZ Jergen 16 OZ Clear Complexion e anser 8 49 J qeu, qeu,'v qow t TUNNELL MACY Where you save up to 20% on Prescriptions Pharmac