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April 12, 1973

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judging teams in contests Future Farmers of America judging teams from High competed in various judging contests over Week. Judging team, composed of Don Hillis, Mac and Eddie Eads, won third place at Canyon. judging team, composed of Ricky Mooring, Jim Owens and James Thomas, won third in Judging team, composed of Eddie Vinson, Jackle Calvin Burrow and Matt Plunkett, placed first 12th in Area. judging team, composed of David Owens, niels, Mike Garrison and Eddie Hammons, Canyon. rangeand pasture judging team, composed of Richard Woody and Scott Hamilton, won area and will go the state contest at Stephenville dairy cattle team, composed of Roy Hamilton, Rus- Jem Simmons and Steve McAfee, participated Judging contest. products team. composed of Tommy Hill, Jeff and Stan Shelton, won second at the Canyon con- i: \\; THE CROPS TEAM of the Clarendon F FA placed third at the Canyon contest over the week- end. They include Don Hill!s, Mac Thornberry, Eddie Eads and adviser Milton Mann. Thornberry was fourth high individual and Hlllls was seventh. (Press Staff Photo) livestOCk team, composed of Ray Fichte, Rusty Wil- Randy Ward, competed at the Canyon contest. and George Martin are advisers and worked president school board School Board met Monday night to install and James McAnear as membersofthe board the board. also discussed some property topics and ap- of the district's bills. was elected president of the school hoard, re- Hardin, who has been president of the board Years. Hardin said that he felt he has served as enough, and would like to serve as a member. ted vicepresident of the board, and Tunnell was re-elected secretary of the school Canteen opens s Jim and Connie Milam have opened a Canteen in be a get acquainted day April 14, with free cot- It will be open seven days a week. Hours Mon- Friday will be from 6 a.m.to 9 p.m. and Satur- from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. anteen will carry baR, groceries, gasoline and oil, and fishing gear. lIrs. Mllam invite you to come and get acquaint- 14. CHS Band Gets II The Clarendon Broncos went to Panhandle last Thursday for the District Track Meet. It was held all day Thursday and the finals were Thursday night. Clarendon finished second behind Memphis, which was an upset for us! The Regional Track Meet will begin Friday, April 13.The pre- liminaries for the field events start at 9 a.m., Friday. The preliminaries for the running events begin at 12:30. The finals for the field events begin Saturday the 14 at 9:.30. The finals for the running events begin at 12:. 30 on Saturday. The Broncs had several regional qualifiers. The mile re- lay -- Tommy Shields, Jerry Holland,Kenneth Reese and Elray King -- qualified. In the discus, TommyShields qua- lified. Tommy Shields and Elray King will go to regional in the broad jump. Kenneth Reese qualified in the 220, Jerry Holland qualified in the 440, and Gary Davis qualified in the 880. In the mile, Tommy Hill qualified and Mike Leeper will go to Regional in the intermediate hurdles. Mike and Tommy set new school records at Panhandle in their events. Scott Hamilton will go as an alternate for the mile relay. Good luck, guys! Let's have some state qualifiers. The Future Teachers of America met Tuesday of last week. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the Teach- ers' Tea. Miss Veach presided over the meeting. The date was set for May. The Juniors were running around like chickens with their heads cut off Wednesday morning. Actually, this happens once a year.., about this time. The class rings came in and got us all excited. To many people, getting a class ring is no big deal. But to us, at least for awhile, it is. After all, it only happens once in a lifetime. The rings turned out beautifully. All of the juniors were satisfied with them and everyone else like them. too. Tomorrow at 3, classes dismiss for the Easter H olldays. And classes do not resume again until April 24. All of the students and teachers are really looking forward to the 10 day vacation. This semester has been long andhard. When we come back to school, we'll only have four more weeks of school.., and them comes summer vacation! The CHS Bronco Banal'has beenworking long and hard on their contest music. The UIL Concert Contest was held Wednesday, April ll, in Panhandle.At the time of this writ- ing, I do not know the results of the contest, but we should have done pretty good. We have held extrapractices every Tuesday and had two clinics. Mr. Bowen has said that we play parts of all of the music excellently, but getting it together was our mainproblem.Thenext thingon the agen- da for thebandis thetriptoCanon City. After our UIL con- test, we'll begin marching (again) for the tripto Colorado. All girls who are interested in trying out for cheerleader should contact one of the'72-'73 cheerleaders. Well, actual- ly, probably most everyone has already signed up. The actices will begin soon and the try - outs will be held ursday, April 26. Good luck to Roger Stevens. He will go to Regional in Lubbock in Number Sense. Kim Newhouse started the week out with a secret, but Band participated Wednesday morning in a cert and Sigh!reading contest at Panhandle, The a II rating both in concert and sightreading 1-2-3- split between the Judges. The II rating is an excellent rating. CLAR" 'ENDON" The Clarendon Press, April 12, Page 3 THE GRASS JUDGING TEAM of the Clarendon FFA placed 14th at the Canyon Judging contest over the weekend. They include James Thomas, Walter Rlggs, Jim Owens, Gary Jack and Rick Mooring. (Press Staff Photo) "I like it -- blows the leaves out of the yard." Hedley residents vote big for Robertson, Noble, Barbee Last Saturday's elections brought out a large number of voters in Hedley. Charlie Johnson, Chester Walker and NookleWiggins were re-elected to the Hedley City Council. Ray Altman, Harold White and Fred Watt were elected as the Hedley School Trustees. Ernest Barbee, Delbert Robertson and Lacy Noble re- ceived the most votes for the county Hospital Board. County School Trustees Spalding and McDonald were re- elected. Recipes HONEY-MARMALADE SANDWICHES 2 cups 3 cups unsifted all-purpose flour 1 I/2 teaspoons baking soda 1/4 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons ground ginger 1 cup shortening 1 cup light-brown sugar packed 3 eggs 3/4 cup honey Orange Marmalade Confectioners' sugar 1. Sift flour with baking soda, salt and ginger, set aside. 2. In large bowl, with portable electric mixer at medium speed, beat shortening, brown sugar and eggs until very light and fluffy. Add honey; beat until well combined. Stir in flour mixture, beating until well blended. Refrigerate dough, covered, 1 hour. (The dough will be easier to shape when it is chilled.) 3. Preheat oven to 375F. Lightly grease several cookie sheets. 4. Drop by rounded tablespoonfuls onto waxed paper. Shape with floured hands into balls. Place, 2 inches apart on prepared cookie sheets. 5. Bake 10 to 12 minutes, or until lightly browned. 6. Remove to wire rack; let cool completely. 7. Put flat sides of 2 cookies together, sandwich style, with a tableloon of orange marmalade. Sprinkle with con- fectioners' sugar Just before serving. Makes about 3 dozen, r./1 .illi,  ( i everyone ended up finding out about it. The question is: i Did he stay all night? 1 PRESS Shauna and Terry finally got their plans made, and left for Lubbock last Friday afternoon. They really had a time .... getting last- minute details arranged, but finally their plans All : were completed and they got to leave. Theirweek-end was de one of great excitement. The weather helped the girls' week-end. Because of the April snow, ShaanaandTerry got re a rs are ,o 0,,:, . And then there's the Junior-Senior Prom for which no one  .... ".L- well-informed has a datel  ',   ! Pam Johnston had better let her mother answer the phone '" iiiii!ij L:!:.:::::i Blouses Subscribe Today, f_from now on. The caller may not be who Pare is expecting! Right? :i!!iii;ii il,,." ,"   Center Stage Ronda was trying her hardest to be nice Saturday night. Save $1 all, not many of us could askour boyfriend's girl- i i ":: All Pot ester zriendto spendthenightinourhouset(But, aphone call hashelPed straighten things out0 ,, ::, Brown, yellow Now $3 O0 Many Clarendon people went toWeZlington over the week. ill i '\\; ,white end for the rodeo. Among the people attending -- Russell  .:!:!!, Keown, Steve Carter, and Ward Palmer -- were bravely battling the cold weather. (They didn't seem to feel s   ii!ii SIZES 6-20 thing, howeverl) .....   ' :. i!iiii: -- We are all proud to have in our school system ..  "i 1 ii 4(!  'le Clarendon  Rita Sandridge -- from Amarillo. I'm sure we all hope ndon, T 706 already knows practically all of the kids at CHSII Good Luck Broncsl Subsorlption Memo by Beffy Rose  Renewal Change Takeoff    lm @ '4 I..., II Coat& Dress Costume .._ ' by Nardts, Jo Hester