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The Clarendon Press, March 28, Page 4 I [ WITH OUR LIKE-NEW CARS New Cars Arriving Daily. Yes, We've Got New 1973 GMC Pickups i We've got the b ggest GM line around Buick-Oldsmobile- Pontiac-Cadillac-OpeI-GMC " Bronc Buster Even though the Broncs of CHS didn't come home with "another" first place trophy this weekend, they should all be congratulated on their fine Job. Regardless of the winter., like weather, the Broncs did an outstanding Job at the Cyc- lone Relays held in Memphis this past weekend. Clarendon finished in second place with 92 total team points. Tulia won first place with 113 total team points. Clarendonplaced first in four events. Elray King won first place in three events. He won the 440 with a tlmeofGG.1, and he won the high Jump with 5-11. Elray also placed first in the long Jump setting a new'record over his old re4mrd which was set in 1972. Ken- neth2gees'%" won the 220 veith  a time of 23.9. Clarendon placed 2nd in the 440 relay with a time of 46.7. Clarendon also placed second in the mile relay with a time of 3:43.8. Tommy Hill placed 3rd in the mile and Mike Leeper placed 2nd in the 330 with a time of 44.9 The Junior Varsity placed 2rid in the track. Congratulations to alll This weekend, beginning tomorrow afternoon and continu- ing through Saturday, the Broncs travel to Amarillo for the state's largest one and as many as G0 teams have entered. Clarendon has been picked to be a very strong contender for team honors. So, let's go fellasl The CHS Broncho Band left bright and early Friday morn- Ing for the annual Borger Festival. After arriving in Borger, the kids went to eat lunch at the Pizza Hut, Sutphens or the Burger Chef. The band warmed upat l:30and went in to play about two o'clock. The three pieces for contest are "Min- uteman March," "Suite in Minor Mode" and "Festivo." After playing the contest music, the band went to sightread. Despite bad weather, the band performed very well. They received a II in Concert and a II in sightreading. Mr. Bowen hopes to work very hard between now and April II so that the band can receive a I at the UIL Contest The UIL Literary Events beganTuesday at Clarendon Jun- ior College. The following students have entered in the fol- lowing event Elaine Ford and Tony Hil1-=Informatlve Speaking; Joni Myers and Pat Robertson--Persuasive Speak- Ing; Kim Newhouse and Mike Leeper -- Prose; Carrie Neal and John Just -- Poetry; Sheila Smith and Shanna Hardin-- Spelling; Frankie Just, Roger Stevens and Tommy Hill (alter- nate) -- Number Sense; Sheila Smith, Shauna Hardin, Tracy Cagle and Kim Newhouse (alternate)--Typing; Gina Kll- lingsworth, Martha Flores and Mike Boothe (alternate)-- Ready Writing; Frankie Just, Roger Stevens, and John Hol- land (alternate) --Science; Katrina Messer, Joni Myers and Pat Robinson -- One Act Play. Last Wednesday and Friday the students of CHS took T.B. skin tests. The majority took it "like a man." Some were rather relunctant, however. A kindly gentleman helpedthose into the room where the nursesandthe needles were waiting .. patientlylI The Future Homemakers of America sponsored a treat day last week. Members brought homemade cookies, pop corn balls and brownies.., to mention a few.., and during activity period, the students could buy some "goodies." The treasurer, Chris Craft, reported that the FHA made quite a bit of money off of the Treat Day. The CHS tennisteam travelstoAmarillo this coming end. Coach Byerly will take the following varsity players: LaRonda Peoples, Elaine Ford, Andi Mooring, Chris Craft, Daphne White, Steve Roger Stevens, Ricky Page, Larry Doane, Matt and David Butler. Well, it's good to see MissVeach back at school this We'll all have to resume "studying," but it's I suppose most everyone noticed how quiet it week while Ward was gone down south. Friday, things got back to normal with Ward's return. Russell has been all smiles lately I think it something to do with his new car.., or maybe of something else!??l Debbie has been smiling a lot lately, too. But, I all know why. She did it -- and boy is Terry she didI!l There are a lot of disadvantages in living in a The main one, however, is the fact that you thing without someone finding out about it. Now really true? A lot of the kids here at CHS seem to have caughtl Fever. And it looks like it could develop into The symptoms begin with the almost uncontrollable to "run around." And then the fever sets in. This causes the sick persons to do "sudden" and things. When the fever is broken, life goes on. our lives are changed because of the effectsof S and sometimes life goes on normally. But, it's mosphere and there is nothing we candoto prevent the fever. Shauna and Terry could have danced all night, but not with each otherl Among Kim N.'s favorite things in life are Sikes. Or at least that's what I heard. Well, the above are just a few examples of what's pening at CHS. Good luck to the track and tennis teams this Prayer Vigil at Claude An ALL NIGHT PRAYER VIGIL. will begin Methodist Church at 6 p.m. Tuesday evening, and continue until Wednesday the llthat 6 a.m. friends are invited to participate. The Spring Revival will begin in the Church Wednesday, April llth at 7 p.m. Breakfast is Thursday, Friday and Saturday mornings at 7 a.rm tional will follow each session. Services will not be held Saturday night. The close with the following Sunday Morning Services a.m. A covered-dish dinner will be servedin hall following the Morning Service on April 1Sth. Rev. Keith Wiseman, minister of the United Church of Panhandle, Texas, will be lic is invited to attend. Social Security People 65 and older who didn't qualify before for Medi- care hospital lnsurance cov- erage will be able to get this protection starting in July by paying a monthly premium, ac- cording to Travis C. Brlggs, social security district mana- ger in Amarillo. Coverage under this new pro- vision can begin on July 1, 1973. Initially, the premium will be $33 a month for Medi- care hospital insurance pro- tection. The premium may be increased later as hospital costs rise. "People buying hospital in- surance under this new pro- vision also will be requiredto enroll for medical insurance coverage," Briggs said. The basic premium for medical in- surance is now $5.80 a month. The Government pays an equal amount. People who have worked enough to receive social se- curity or railroad retirement benefits when they reach 6G-- as most people have today -- are covered automatically by hospital insurance. These people don't pay hospital in- surance premiums, because costs of the program are paid from social security payroll contributions of employees, their employers, and self- employed people during their working years. "The new provision on hos- pital insurance is designed to extend this coverage topeople 65 or older who have little or no work credit under social security and are unable toob- rain comparable insurance through private companies," Briggs said. CC Rodeo Visitors!! Let us quench your hun while you're here. Lunches Thursday & Friday 89 Sandwiches 55 Fried Chicken (Cooked on Order Only) 1 Pc. 49c Whole Chicken $2.82 Sunglasses Rodeo Stickers 50C to $1.25 Get your Easter goodies h Top selection. I G