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April 19, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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April 19, 1973

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I}L The Clarendon Press, April 19, Page 2 " I Miss ) nore, Miss u@ ' r,,Jrudy, d with Gree she . g i J y G eene was honored at two showers last. urday. J A mid-morning brunch, hosted by Mesdames Oy  • - hill, W. J. Lewis, Jr., Ray Palmer and Lloyd BenlnI e held in the Benson home. The 30 guestswere asked to, t  : ii a gift of their own design and making. For ahoste the ladies presented their honoree with a handsomely I Tumbleweed.00 m00nu o, bread, curried fruit, and tossed salad. J Pade[ Col.s I : V) /ill Easter Egg Bouquets. ] ::,   •  Saturday evening Mesdames Emmett Simmons, I G. Thornberry, Keith Schollenbarger, Betsy Landers, F,J \\; & Prints  Mooe, Charlie Hearn, Ernestine Allison, Johnnie L Lloyd Risley, Margerite Alderson, .Joe lobert L.e j Sizes 8-20 d A. J. Hicks gave a miscellaneous shower for f I '. .I I !! Greene. Mrs* Schollenbarger registered the guest s_ 17 95Z1 951 I !: Mrs. Jim Roberts assisted at the refreshme.___ Outstanding F.T.A. members for the months of March and dence, where the affair w'as held. " mon,range .-Ik k April are Gina Ktllingsworth and Shauna Hardin, The girls ::;i; S!i!:: i:7 ! ;ttii: Aihtd ! ; :: i  k The F.T.A. club has been very active this semester at- tending regular meetings and also going to San Antonio "I t for the annual State Convention. Miss Yeach, the club sponsor, reminds all members who '. I havenit paid their $2.00 dues to do  in the near future. P66  ] "Take our deal or make your own" is the theme of] i  novative spring tire sale at Phillips 66 service s , i Hundreds of dealers in the area are participating, j The "our deal" part of the sale offers four Phllll Specials for $70, with a trade-in of old tires. The Sl is a 4-ply nylon cord tubeless tire. .d Car owners can "make their owndeai" with their Pl 66 dealer, negotiating a trade-in of old tires for one ofl lines of tires, and then getting an additional discount customers to save $8 on a set of four Wide Action business picked up sharply. The Board of Directors of the Country Club met last 4-ply polyester cord nylon tires, $10 off a set of four Wednesday night to organize for the coming year. Those Fiberglass Belted tires and $12 off a set of four C • i who had already served three years were Wayne Riggs, Wide Belted Radials. Similar savings are offered ol White, Frank Phelan and Bert Wooldridge. Elected to the The "four for $70" offer lsgood through May 31. T Top Selection  Bill Craft and Kay Hayes. Their replacements are Gene of two tires* i Many kids from CHS have left Clarendon for the Easter office was Gene White, President; Bill Mooring, Vice- counts on tire trade-ins expire July 9, 1973. of Pantsuits Lil Heiress $5.98 THE ART The fresh schoolgirl look takes a fashion turn to sophistica- i tion in Justin McCarty's swing i sweater ribbed white collar and cuffs set off the smashing black and white or red and white checks, and there's all wide and handsome belt. Washable 100% double knit i polyester. Sizes 8 to 18. L I III I Mary Lu i i $5"95"$10"95 l OF JUSTIN McCARTY l Holiday. Sheila Smith has gone all the way to Wisconsin. Tommy Shields is going to Arkansas. Many have taken shorter trips -- like to Vega, Childress, Lubbock etc. Pare Johnston and Cheryl Shadle have even gone to Dim- mit. Clarendon will be "dead" this week-- if that's any- thing newl Congratulations to Vena Osborne Taylor and Tony Taylor on their recent marriage• Vena is a junior at CHS and Tony lives in Amarillo• The senior boys really enjoy each other's company. But Saturday night, they could stand it for only so long. They finally split up and went their own separate ways-half to Claude and half to McLean, Rodney Hicks got his weekends all turned around. Every= thing was soon straightened out, though, right, Rod? And then there is the junior -senior prom which is only a week away. The Juniors have begun work on it, but we will still have quite a long night of decorating, April 27. This year's prom looks like it will be a very "interesting" one. Dates seem to be on the way "out"l Wanda Katrina, Debbie and Carrie nearly got blown away on their way to Amarillo Saturday night to see the Carpen- ters. They managed to get right in the big middle of the storm that hit Washburn. They made it through without any injuries.., except for the hall"scars" in Carrie's car. Elray King enjoyed staying attheVtlla Inn in Lubbock. His favorite past time was walking around "window shopping." Tommy Shields found something to occupy his spare time while in Lubbock, too. "They" were from Darrouzett and "they" weren't track boys, either! The cheerleading try-outs for the 1973-74 season are getting closer and closer. All of the girls were divided into groups with this year's cheerleaders heading them. Pat Trout, Tracy C agle, Kim Redney, Mary McGarity, Bob-. bie Sheepman and Mona Robinson are in Shauna's group. LaRonda has Christi Cagle, Freda White, Cindy Reynolds, Helen Riggs and MissyGrady tuber group. Debbie has Kellie Langham, Jean Brandes, Karen Burgess, Laurie Stone and Robbte Wise in her group. Chris Craft, Jan Barbee, Liz Bromley and Rita Molder are in Jennie Barbee's group-- good luck to alll President; and Helen Lowe, Secretary-Treasure. Two amendments to the by-laws, rules and regulations were adopted. Number one, members and children of mem- bers may not bring guests to the swimming pool who live in Clarendon. Only out of town guests of members will be admitted. Number two, member's children who are married or twenty-one years of age (whichever comes first) may not use the club facilities except on a guest basis which will require green fees etc. to be paid by the members. The Country Club will be taking applications for a swimming pool maintenance man, This job will last from the opening of the pool this spring until the closing this fall. Please contact Jeff Walker and / or Frank Phelan to apply, Friday night about twenty-five eighth graders met at the club for a party and dancing. This event was sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wallace and Clyde Price. The Howardwlck Lions Club met Saturday night for their regular meeting and dinner. A "Poor Boy's" party was held for club members and their guests Saturday night. More than fifty danced to rec- ords and tapes of the country's leading artists and dined on beans and cornbread plus assorted side dishes. This Saturday# April 16, the club will host a golf tourna- ment for the Clarendon High School Ex-Students. THE CLARENDON Box 1110, Clarendon, The Clarendon Press is published weekly every week of the year, at 204 South Kearney in Texas. The Clarendon Press is entered as second in the U.S. Post Office, Clarendon, Texas, 7996. Mailing address is P.O. Box III0, Clarendon, Texas, Subscription rates In Donley and adjoining counties, Subscription rates outside this area are $5.50. The Clarendon Press was established on 1, Clarendon, Texas. The Clarendon Press is publication. W. Dean Singleton is owner and editor lisher. Any erroneous reflection upon the character of or firm appearing in these columns will be promptly corrected upon being brought to the the publisher. 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