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April 19, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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The Clarendon Press, April 19, Page 5 Around Town Could you believe it? Tuesday was actually HOT! I ean warm. I'm referring to our typical short-sleeve There's no telling what the thermometer read on Thursdayl I'm Just going to be thankful for We've got and enjoy it while I canl Shelby Bells have a new homel Well, it's new for all family with the exception of Mrs. Bell, who grew up lovely red brick home next door. the transfer in June, Shelby seems to think big family get-together would "most certainly be "" then, tool I call that strategic planning! s are "loving" the holidays, believe me. The hers, lots of 'era, were puttering around in the went golfing or fishing and "it was reported" that several were "in very deep concentration," lee Ann Palmer's stretched out on the living room sofa! The ladles of the school system thrilled to late sleeping privileges and not having to dress up for all day job, I saw two Junior high teachers taking advantage of the coffee shop at Tun- hells, one told me with much delight that she was "grand- mothering" this week. And, another (who I personally know quite well) said she would return home around 10:30 Monday morning (after she'd attended church Holy Week services) and walked in the door at 2 p.m. with the bold explanation of "I played hookey!" The Kenneth Morrow have really had their hospitality mat out the last two weeks. The Norman Stewarts, Jolm- athan and Cassi of Amarillo, Lucy Taylor, Sue and Mark, Rosemary and Vickt Robinson of Memphis and Gary Brown (whose staying throughout this week) have all been on the Morrow guest listI We, the undersigned, announce a price increase to $4.00 for wash jobs and $1.75 for lubrication jobs. Shields Conoco Cornel! Texaco R oddy's 66 Kidd Phillips 66 Crutchfield Texaco Roberts Gulf Wooten Enco When grandson Mike Odom comes to visit Frances and Willard Skelton next I hope they've brushed up on their Spanish! Mike and the rest of his Spanish class have |ust returned from a tour of Old Mexico. If the Spanish language refresher course gets too tedious Skeltons, just remember the Mexican traditions call for long daily siestasll Jamie Carter from Nashville, Tennessee, has been in Clar- endon this week enjoying family friends. She spent Tuesday with "coffee clatchers" Mabel Dean Porter and Tookie Thornberry. Chloe Ann Newhouse served as guest speaker for the Kiwanis Club earlier this week. For her topic she spoke on the "Why's and wherefores" of the schools' Satelite Pro- Ject. The Newhouses all Just returned Monday from staying with his mother, Mrs. B. K. Newhouse of Roby, Texas. Carolyn land Ansley Payne, ardent "Carpenter" fans brav- ed the teacherous weather Saturday night to attend the con- cert in Amarillo. (The Carpenter kids should know of their loyal Clarendon fanst!) Nell Barnhlll was in A marlllo Tuesday -- Right there, amid all those fabulous pre-Easter salesl Once again the college Drama Department has finished an- other "amazing, remarkable, delightful, thrill, highly pro- fessional and entertaining" (comments heard around town) production. Total attendance for the two performances was estimated around 800. I heartily salute the cast and crew for their excellent display of theatrical originality! Lori Tucker was escorted by parents, the John Tuckers to her grandmother, Mrs. Sybll Russell of Gainesville this week. The Tuckers plan a return trip this weekend to pick up their daughter "Just in time for school." Frances Deyhle, Pinkney Palmer, Debble Patterson and Ruth Lewis took in the "Spanish Delicasles" at Syd Blues Monday for lunch. (How do you say calories in Spanish?I) Steve Vaughan has been in Biloxl, Mississippi, with sister and brother-in-law Gary and Linda Childs. Vera Lewis entertained Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gibbons of Houston earlier this week. Wanda Phelan, Lucy Saye and Ruth Neal served as judges for the Wellington Federated Women ClubChildren'sEaster Show Tuesday evening. Mrs. Minnie Lou Sims who is in charge of the show, acted as Judges' hostess throughout the affair. Designed to have the young children of each club member model their Easter ensembles, a winner in each of the five divisions must be chosen, both boys and girlsl Good luck ladies, looks like quite a "tender task"l The Douglas Sheltons took advantage of the El Paso sun last week. That was great timing, they left Just soon enough to miss our Winter Wonderland! (Does my envy show -- surely not!!) These prices will be effective beginning Thursday, April 19, 1973 Les Beaux Art Club will sponsor an exhibit of Indian paintings, Jewelry, rugs and artifacts at the Farmers State Bank on Sunday, April 29, from two to six in the aft- ernoon. Ben Konls of Amarillo, formerly of the New York City area, will exhibit many of his paintings, both portraits and landscapes, which portray the Indian and his country. Merle McMurtry of Tulia, Texas, will have on exhibit his collection of fine Navaho rugs. He will also bring In- dian basket work and fine examples of Indian pottery and jewelry. Mr. and Mrs. FrankWalker of Pampa will have on display and for sale Indian Jewelry, much of it with turquoise and silver filigree work. B. J. MOORING of Mooring's Place atGreenblet Lake shows the 8 lb. 13 ounce basswhichhecaught last week at the lake. The fish is the largest bass ever caught at the lake. Fish- ermen report fishing is good at the lake these days. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hearn visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moss of Clarendon. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Jack Green and Sue from Umburger visited with the Horace Green family on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shannon of Clarendon visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H.S. Mahaffee. L. A. Watson visited hisbrother, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Wat- son and his mother, Mrs. Rosie Watson in Groom Sunday. Mrs. Roberta Mills of Amarillo visited Mr. and Mrs. Nu- ford Dill Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Starr and family of Perryton visit- ed his sister and family, Bro. and Mrs. Bryan Knowles. Ellen Green spent Friday night with Tamra Day. Edd Mahaffey of Richland Springs visited the Slaton Ma- haffeys Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hearn attended the Putman funeral in Clarendon Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Roller of Silverton visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lane. Miss Helen Odom spent Saturday night with Deana Har- rison in Chamberlain Community. Mrs. W. B. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Matthew of Am- arillo visited the H. S. Mahaffeys Sunday evening. Visiting the Othel Elliott Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Betty Brunson of Amarillo and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Leffew and family from Clarendon. Mr. and Mrs. Doss FinleyandMr. and Mrs. Frank Mahaf- fey and Hugh played eighty-eight with Mr. and Mrs. Clovis Bible Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Sebe Ready from Lubbock were here for the weekend. Hugh Mahaffey attended a special olympics with his class in Canyon Tuesday. I What's all the beef about beef prices? T The Top of Texas Cowbelles think BEEF IS A BARGAIN!! And they want to explain WHY beef is a bargain. The Beef Van will be in Clarendon from 8-30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Monday, April 23, and in Hedley from 11 to 1 on Monday, April 23. The Van will be !n front of The Clarendon Press in Clarendon. The Van will be ,n front of The Security State Bank in Hedhy. BEEF IS Come by to see us at these places, let us tell you the beef story, and WIN SOME FREE BEEF! BAR AIN!! This event is sponsored by The Donley County Feed Lots, Inc.