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April 26, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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The Clarendon Press, April 26, 1973, P:gc 3 Work day set for Little League May 6 at 1:30 p.m. there will be a work day at the Little League Ball Park• Bring your hoes, rakes, paint brushs and lawn mowers and lend a hand. The first ballgame will be May 29, Officers for the Little League will be: president, Tex Selvidge; vice president, Jeff Walker; secretary, Kay ttayes; treasurer, Phebe Ann Bunttn; chief umpire, Junior Putman; Little League player agent, Junior Putman; Senior League player agent, Jeff Walker; eharge of concession stand, Jerry Ann Lewis. Boys in the age group of 9-12 should contact Junior Put- man at 874-3875. Boys wanting to play in the age group of 13-16 should contact Jeff Walker at 874-2419. FFA judging teams do well in regional competition The FFA chapter of Clarendon tligh School took part in the area FFA Judging Contest held in Lubbock March 21. Results of their team effort is as follows: Crops: (Tech competition) Fourth in Area I and second in District headed by Mac Thornberry, Don ttillis and Eddy Lads" Don placed as the seventh highest scoring individual. Grass: Third in district. Composed of Gary Jack, Ricky Mooring and Jim Owens. DairyCattle: Second indistrict. Ray ttamilton, Steve McA fee and Jem Simmons were these team members. Jem placed as the fifth highest individual in this contest field. Dairy Products: Third at Tech contest, second inArea I, and first at district. Team members were Tommy Hill, Start Shelton and Jeff Campbell. Stan was scored as the ninth highest individual and Jeff received a fifth placing for his solo efforts. Livestock: First in district, landy Ward, Ray F ichte and Rusty Williams served as the group members. Rust} was the second highest scoring individual in the sheep judging event). Soils: Fifth at Tech, and first in cttrzct, in• team com- posed the efforts of Matt Plunkett, Calvin Burrow and Eddy Vinson. Poultry: Second in district. David•wens, Reece McDaniels and Eddy Ilammonds were the partners for this judging. Farm Mechanics: Eighth Tech contest. Alan ttarper, Don- nie Putman, Farrell McAffee and Bobby Kidd were the parti- cipants for Clarendon• Because of their high scoring, the Diary Products team qualified to go to the state EFA Judging contest held at Texas A &amp; M on May 28. The FFA chapter of CttS and its sponsor, Milton Mann, wish to remind the public of their upcoming annual Banquet scheduled for May 8 at 7:30 p.m• inthe high school cafeteria• . 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U ilrI Ill I11 II l |j-,htg'l 111 .......: ub Broom Sale which was under wa Tuesday • SPERRY No .l, + ,  . .UTCH,NSON. r i P Lb .UTCH,NSON • "Jlidnesday. This sale is an anntml project of the Ltons • _ILl 0000UlLU Ill_ . ;:'L+' and the proceeds are used for worthy cases. (Press . -- - • K. II 1 l, II II II / • + ;. ._:-- T__ :+.+.,,.+a- : a'Ik. •  ...........  • F  ,-    '  ..... ,.-;o • • tltl • • - 11111 + rti"1 ,1_../1_ AA_I__/I_J,  . . v --.===ira=---- --iw,,,.L_..._ 0-..,_ + . ,. o, "vmm00 u..+.. "+ "vm., . . . . '. 5"E;';" .. • ___ .... -'---- ' "-'-- -- , . . . _ . , j + .'II +` '+ "'+'I'Ij I I ' 2 ............  +  " I +1+:" ,':: 2: + ::1 " U T C " ' N S O N 2':: :: :::T ++ ..... -- " 1.: 'I I'IalIIII-A3111UIO .M IT,+- l,,,,+J-_" ,,+..r.+ .,.-+-,,-+#+.-.-+-v-+-I-+e,'+..*"Ad effective A-r,l 26-28, + • - leynolds and son of Amarillo visited Sunday wRh Mr. + ,.'o  nl]lh li +/l  ; i,..o + e Reynolds and Mrs. Etta Reynolds. •  . ....... __ -- ][- ...... . -- m i  • kX  ThurmanHattonofE1 Paso visited thisweek- "-- " Colorado Whute Russeff  • I USUA rade A • 1,1, -- _, J WithM " OoOeeoooeO • .oeeo..t 0n + .nd Mrs. H. S. Mahaffey. Floyd Shannon visited • S.,RR+ .NO" -- ....... 14 U 4% I " €..*... m.o.. tB Ull l r S.RRY .0: • _afternoon. - • .UTCH,NSON • o-...6.6.,e,. |0 Lb Bo- I1_-11. I B•,rr'e ...A..,... u.,.+ -rim HUTCH,NSON; an " •  // / -- m I errell Leffe and children, Mr. and Mrs. • . r Ill I 7  + ,  __. lm-'r, and Mrs. Leon Foster, all of Clarendo a, • e ,, g= • I;-"V"-'_ • rs. Buddy Bronson of Amarillo +,s,ted Sunday •  • .........  • llp • M • Ill OV ++Ill I-- lmll r • rhu Eott: ..... • ,,,:;:.,0. Colorado Red Delncnous ,.'2/..o. 1 Easr Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank ° • .., • : "- I@h were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brownlow and : :  IP IP I e • ss mnrd, Mrs. Bo Gill, Mrs. Grace Hester, and O..,e.e.oO .i..-.llpl,lp.. ii ..p .ee.e.eO +I • " SPERRY AND SPERRY AND 1 J_M1 o_fNaomi Earp, all of Pamp+a? Irs.Pampa, Mrs 13,Don Woods and girls + HUTCHINSON • ! U • V V HUTCHINSON • • Kall . . " - - m e • ss Bea Banes of White Deer and zn the after- • __ • ___+ • es'arnestBrownofFritchand Mr and Mrs • := n _ •  . • :enc e--" 9 Lt,a of Clarendon. ..................... o°   l"J-*.'."  AL[, MEA 'r ,  -- lu"v'--* o.** rne.Irs. Etta Reynolds. - "  "  * a"nce Gray visited with their daughter, Mr. : -  ---- : jlh Brown and family, at Eden from Thursday •••co•o•• L?k?e.o ..,,, 'tna,, "" • SPERRY ANO - , ........ • ,A+.__ ........... • .OTC.,NSON • HUTCHINSON.  • • IV k L- • . Pete Land visited in Wellington with Mr. • 0 Land and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cason Sun- :  : X : ' +, mr " " , ....  l ru,o ve ' ---. _....larendon spent Friday night with Hugh Ma- • ,.,.., ,o  ==4 ', ,.  • / • t' x • II*IUIIO "7. " " . ;. <:;:"°. ald Odom andfamily visited Mr. and Mrs. • • - • ';v i;;e ;/ ....... • ,..lllpner + +prm+s over ne weemeuu. O" " " "• •'••• .. • .. • • • .? Wrold Green, Janice, and Cheryl and their . ,P.E+.VL. 2 • ...... TrkT:LT-I+kTT2 12.-Tl(2y)V SPERRY AN• • ley, and Austin Rhoades of Phillips had i ........... : t.:tl'+Jw .°.*..*,*-.**-m.P ,,,  IIA SCHILLINGS HUTCHINSON: nd Mrs" Hubert Rhoades Thursday Mrs. • ---- • eURT"mlN G AL/INk .K.Kn'K: q/7[]l..I. .,, -- .... ,..,,..,,,-.. -- : tl J IFI V I% Ul erv:z's:t;" " .  +a/[ • ......... T BULBS 1 LB BOX l/)'q bLJnkt...l% rrraK  ,.. s, Ir • oWITH PURCHASE O' 4 blurt 'of Clarendon spent the Easter holidays in • "  o +, m 1  • llr-Mrs. -V-Inson Gray and family, o" II+'II"1° I OR ............... AAI IqPP Jml ii+V A C"%r AP :: : Jllie.GrayTlms,JackEdenandJimNance •  • BATTERIES AT REGULAI l'zlr. (.MUUL//P ..llUl  '=' -ru? ----==. w img inBreckenridge° O........o dh .. HERSHEYS MILK CHOC OR ALMOND dP' .o.....o 'rs, h ,f,,r_ ena Mae Graham of Clarendon vtsited Mr. andMrs. •SPRRYNO * 3 LB CAN dSk/Fr a "DA't nag TM tTC II'I'T.'II''I’IA r SPI:RRY AN• • t U d Dill Monday _,lp: and Mrs. Wesley Mills and family of Lelia Lake, Mr. • HUTCHINSON • I m  .LU l.)Z-k,l+%, DZ+U V  J.LI+LI,.I+ .I.*.lL.tJ '1" HUTCHINSON • :--: EGGS ," --- : $i++s 3/$I O0 MI' l%+S. Falyon Watson and family of Houston, Mr. andMrs. •• W •• GR DEA 'A' LARGE O3€ - W ••  COle and family, and Mr. andMrs Larry Watson spent • ........... . OLE O PAPER .... TOWELS .,,:.:-,o : FYWlthMr'andMrs'L'A'Wats°n• O0 JUMBO ROLLS i Ilarold Greens and Randy Ftaleys spent the holiday : • PURE VEGETABLE • • , :F-}  Texhoma and returned Sunday eveningfor supper with • -- • SttURFRESH - : -I[.lllrt Rhoades and Mrs. +% ustin Rhoades O" • • • • • • • - ' ..... D Itfl I ITtP • • • • • • •O I+ s, • *SPERRY*NO • PET UL± AP . IDI#%,,UIII SPERRY*NO• IbE: Mickey Thomas and son of Pampa spent the weekend :?UTCH'NSON:sou R CREAM  u,,,. BATHROOM TISSUE PKG --(I ..- ..,-- ....___. _.;1". and Mrs. Charley Hearn. Frank Lyle of Clarendon " • 4 ROLL SVEETMILK OR BUTTERMILK HUTCH.NSON : + • . • Brl'nd Mrs. Dane Perdue of Levelland visited Thursday • : -- : ;,7 r. and Mrs. H. S. Mahaffey. • • • |' k'T'A. Nels°n visited her sister in A marillo, Mr.and :::::,::o.:DINNER..uTc.NSON . 9/AO,+ FACIAL TISSUES .- ,t _ I. % hester Meyers, both were inthe hospital. • __ . • "2W°°ds'mdMrs.LenaMaeGraham°fClarend°nvisited : a/ : HI-C . IV T" v . E" .F. I ' afternoon with Mr. andMrs.FrankMahaffeyand Hugh. : ,aE : FRUIT D RINK S TIDE " [dI:Iiiofif) 'Rb'C'Ei"l.:  A • ,L:*'ofWily Mills and boys of Amarillo spent the week In • .......... • 3/-€I LAUNDRY DETERGENT Ip,el ............... ,'" ! ........... llWlth WilYo They both spent the weekend with the Cecil i; + 46 OZ CANS 29 SAVE20’WHE, YOU BUY + oo....o.oe U • KING SIZE • • .R ..,., . :..: ....*..O "" Lelta Lake and Mr. and Mrs. RobertPartain. 00  "'U[IL)r?"Mrs.LovenHallandfamily of Missouri visited over • S,,R,* ,.o., +.,,,+,,,,+ . . .... I LU. LRP, I 01 " S,ERR, ,NO • • HUTCHINSON • -1+13rT  =WADCDATED ,.,[lt..3,JL'+,.l[: /,L',+,.JI_.+ 1*2-1IJLJ_. ilmll dLPllmB]ldPi ipiflliilllmli e@ HUTCHINSON • ....  kend with Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Lane. •• •• r. v.,. I'ULblPK  IwlUll "I'IP  •• i.arMMrs. DossFinleyspentSundavw,,hMr. andMrs" •----- • SKIMMED MILK - CAKE MIXES /1 //  ......  - . • • , , %. ioVV J"" i I " • Ill;tnel in Amarillo ... .t o A/£. ASS T FLAVORS U   SPECA/PItCE **  14e' • [S, Ben Lov;ll visited Tuesday morning wit, Mrs. T.A. •  E • TALL CANS i : ]1  r /: WITH THIS COUPON _ . #1 • '"'=-" • -  ru ' -- v n,. ,  "  ........... E- • ., = • --JI I'? a MrSl’ "W'- . Floyd Shannon of Clarendon visltedSaturday .--o WOLF TOMATOES #303 CANS /3Vt  Vt I .... -=" Pi thMr. andMrs. H.S. Mahaffey. O•o•oo•••O ........ o r  T .. •••o•••O llP' and Mrs. Clifford Jones of McLean visited Wednesday • SPERRY .No o (:HIll NO BEANS qA -  ..... SPERRY ANO • ith Mr. and Mrs Jerry Koontz. :HUTCHINSON : .... # k#' DEL MONTE CHUNK STYLE .L .-- .,.  W,T.OUT C0U,0, $1.09 .UTC.,NSON : s " :- : LARGE #2 CANS u u %, ..... +rip Igl:]l+  : .............. , .....  . IP," having dinner with the Hubert Rhoades Sunday were •  .-. • /UIIA FLAT CANS ll 7rL ,--*-*--* .... * ........... .+- " : ," " :,;.i - ?++-+- •. I(l' ’1 Mrs. Skeet Brown and Gary of Roach Ranch, Mr. • , . GEBHARDTS • -- ,,9+O+O+D,TH.U a/12/73  ,/[ • '*rs. Harvey Lockwood of Amarillo and Mr. and Mrs. • ,.,.,,..,o • ql'A II AI Pt I I  . @'." " ". • . 2 " ; ; ; ;  lnp _- • :hd Mrs. Charles Frassof Canadian o : /mL[O _ ___ STEAKHOUSE .... i  C LIFFORI) GROCERY ";-' : "++ " 2/ € I UETS *++ I ................ :++-" |in+ Will be a forty-two party Saturday night, April 28. #303 CANS CHARCOAL BR Q BAG OY - ........... a : • IN CHILI GRAVY  + ,e. Wewineatat :0pm hehosteseswillbe •........• SAE30+W,t, 0U"U  ......% SPERRY AND • lill, 8. Mahaffey and Mrs. Frank Mahaffey. • SPERRY NO • 60Z • Jar of .:: HUTC'NSON * • mu;m's iE00i e You all next week. •HUTCHtNSON ]ttew pike record set ............. • [t,](IFFEE CRYSTALS :χ : • ........... WITH THIS COUPON %3i. , " ",,'," := • State of Texas Northern Pike Record was broken Eri- • :tlg:  : at Greenbelt Lake" The °ld ree°rd had als° been set at : $1 09100:00 nbelt. Oe oooooee • • ooe•e• • SPERRY AND • SPERRY AND • Cornelius of Hereford broke the record with a 15 • HUTCHINSON HUTCHINSON • + +Cliff Grocery++ Double Stamps Every Tuesday + Pike. Cornelius was fishing from the bank when the drug his rod and reel into the water. Several women seeing that Cornelius was having trouble getting the ran to the rescue and helped him bring the big into shore• said he was using a crappie rig, with redworms Old state record was registered by Clarence Hamilton ttamilton registered a 13 pound catch earlier Year. J. Mooring of Me•ring's Place Marina reported that Was excellent over the weekend. He said he weighed bass which tipped the scales at over five pounds each• : .,+,0UT c0,*0, ).+:'$1.3 9  i ._ . .... , ........ 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