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Clarendon, Texas
April 12, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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April 12, 1973

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The Clarendon Press, April 12, Page 4 Kinds VISIT OUR MAGAZINE RACK -- PET SUPPLIES BODA FOUNTAIN Hot and Cold Sandwiches- each TRY OUR NOONDAY LUNCHES w MONDAY THRU FRIDAY Southern Fried All Kinds of Snack Items White Meat 8 Dark Meat 8 Wh. Chicken $2.82 I Grocery Michael Messer of Spearman is presently staying with grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Messer. The Bob Bostons are leaving this week-end for Aspen, Colorado, where Betty's older sister is to be married. Louise Payne, Ruth Neal and their mother, Mrs. J. W. Murphy, and Carrie all traveled toHereford Monday evening to be with Ruth's eldest daughter ands family 4 Nan Con- way. Nan hosted her family to a birth'd:lil:er in honor of Carrie. Clarence tlamilton, Ronnie Null and Joe Hales of Claude were in Mangum for the Hobby Show Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Palmer returned home Sunday from their tour of Spain and Portugal. The couple spent four days in each country. Dean and Mrs. Beryl Clinton were in A ustin Sunday through Friday for a Vocational-Technical Meeting. Mrs. Hall Hardin returned home from her hospital ex- cursion last Saturday. The "Fun After Fifty" group honored Mr. and Mrs. Arl- ing Cordell Saturday. The group emphasized their appre- ciation for Mr. Cordell's friendly and warm smile and charming personality. I couldn't help but notice Mrs. Owen McGarity's picture in the "Spotlight on the Plains" section of the Amarillo Sunday News. Also ill the picture was one of Mrs. McGarity's students, Rena Gardner. Last night "Annie" made her debut! "Annie Get Your Gun" was presented to a capacity crowd in the Auditorium of C lar- endon College. And, what a presentation it was. The pro- fessionalism of the show was nothing short of a Broadway Hit. I take my hat off toeachand every cast and crew mem- ber for their sincere and dedicated work. If you didn't see the show last night, make a very special effort to attend this evening. I guarantee it'll be worth your while. The Presbyterian Church will be having their Holy Week April 16-20. Each morning a breakfast will be served in the church basement followed by a short workship service. Come join us! We'd love to have you. The Lee Palmers have been keeping in close touch with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Hank Hedges and son Bob of Green- wood, Mississippi, since the flood disaster in that part of the country. The ttodges have been fortunate enough not to have suffered any direct loss due to the storms. Y-Knol Twirlers meel Y Knot Twirlers met Friday night and danced to the calling of Audry Brown. We hadagood dance with three squares dan- cing. The Club drew for the boxes of groceries Friday night and I knew I had been living right. Nothing like having your name called for winning something. We dance again Friday with our regular caller. Come and see us. ---Reporter Ethelyn Grady i?:: i!ii I ;/i:i  ,j.. % MR. AND MRS.ARLING Cordell received special recog- nition Saturday by the Fun After Fifty Club of Clarendon for their hard work in civic andchurch activities. Mr. Cor- dell will retire this year as superintendent of schools here. (Press Photo) Fun After 50 Club meets The Fun After Fifty Club met Saturday, April 7, at 10 a.m. at the Lion's Club Hall. Games of dominoes and forty- two were played. Mrs. Norton Selvidge's Drama Class and Kern Pigg's Music Department entertained the club with skits and songs from their production, "Annie Get Your Gun." The program was enjoyed by all. Wecer- tainly appreciate the young people who entertained. Mr. Pigg was accompanist, Glen Wallace, mayor pro- tern, presented Mr. and Mrs. A rling C ordell with certificate awards for their outstanding work in the schools, civic and church work. We are proud of them. They are an asset to our community. Table decorations were made by Mrs. Lois Hutchins. Mrs. Homer Taylor made the Eas- ter egg tree. Rev. Don Stone gave the opening prayer. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Cordell, Mr. and Mrs. Don Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Nay- lor and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Payne of Hereford, Mrs. Eu- nice Buster of Stratford, Mrs. Florence Baker, O. T. Beh- rens and Mrs. Ola Williams. We were pleased to have them as our guests. O. C. Watson Mrs. Hester business and read a poem. Luncheon was nOOn. Art Club sets exhibit Les Beaux Art Club will sponsor an exhibit of paintings, jewelry, rugs and artifacts at the State Bank on Sunday, April 29, from two to six in the ernoon. Ben Koris of Amarillo, formerly of the New Yor] i area, will exhibit many of his paintings, both and landscapes, which portray the Indian and his Merle McMurtry of Tuli% Texas, will have on his collection of fine Navaho rugs. He will also dian basket work and fine examples of Indian jewelry. Mr. and Mrs. FrankWalkerofPampa will have on and for sale Indian jewelry, much of it with and silver filigree work. Mr. and Mrs. TommyStegallofDumas announce the a baby girl, 6 lbs. 12 1/'2 oz., given the name Tamia April 3, 1973. Grandparentsare Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dumas and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ashcraft of Chamberlain Motor Company Is O . Buicks V!e've got the best of new We're AN EXT ! Off year i g ve you HAM ROCI CHAM MOTOR C Oldsmo Pontiacs Ca Opels GMCs 88S, 98S, Cenlurys, Calalinas, 6rand Ams, Grand Prix, Toronados,  Fleetwoods, " "; Rivieras, etc.