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April 26, 1973

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AND MRS. Harold White of Hedley receive a citation from Robert Hicks, assistant supervisor for the Farmers Home Administration. The White family is the for the 1972 Farmers Home Adminstration State Farm Family of the Year (Press Photo) Whites honored by FHA Keown, Farmers ion County announced here that family of lied- Submitted from this a Ominee for the 1972 HOme Administration of the Year ct Awardwas to theWhite family by , Assistant County third year that the made, which isin With the National Home Administration arnily of the Year dnner will State winners expense paid asltington, D. C., where honored. of the program is to recognize outstanding Farmers Home Administration farm familiesfor their achieve- ments and to encourage better farm practices and farm living on family - size farms. The White family has proven by their achievements and de- termination that that the family- size farm still offers excellent opportunities for rural fami- lies. The production of their farm has been greatly increased by use of good farming practices and maintenance of a good set of records. An excellent Job of both farming and financial manage- ment has beencarried out by the family. Their achievements have not been accomplished easily or by one man, but by a combined el- plans busy weeks ahead Clarendon High School and Junior High Bands plan a according to band director Garry Bowen. night (tonight) the Junior High Band,viii annual party at Thomlson Park in Amarillo. Friday (May 4) the high school will leave for Canon for the Blossom Festival. Some 37 bands country willparticlpate in this festival, which in street parade, field marching and concert. band will return from Colorado on Monday, May 7. on Thursday, May 10, all of Clarendon's bands will Concert at Clarendon College' auditorium, And on 11, the Clarendon Elementary Music Festival on the campus of Clarendon College. Some 13 the contest to date. aCtivities of the band will wind up on June 2-4 when go to the State Solo and Ensemble Contest. Par- in the Brass Sextet are Regina Knorpp, Janie Hall, Woody, Sue Hall, Mike Boothe and Farell McAfee. Messer will participate in the solo twirling compe- state. as can be seen, it's a busy season ahead for the CHS camp at Greenbelt of Troop 33went camping Friday night at Green- and they cooked three meals. The evening's consisted of a Court of Honor, snipe hunting for fishing, canoeing, and a grand finale of frog 12:00. This finished, the boys cooked the frog who ate the delicasy were Butch Blackburn, Steve Rever, Gary Thomas, Chris Ford, and James Thomas. rank and Fingerprinting merit badge: Rickey lilly Gardner, Ronny Johnson, Allen Fisher, Scott Alexander, Dwight Hardin, Chris Ford, Terry Dan Sawyer, Steve Rives, and Butch Blackburn. merit badge: James Thomas merit badge: Irvan Thomas received a scout rank. three weeks the boys have been working on the Tote Award and Community Service Project. They Sawyer, Chris Ford Scott Lewis, Terry Putman, Ronny Johnson, LeRoy Sanchez, Dwight McKenney, Stan D. Leffew, Billy Gardner, and Ricky Price. Tommie Saye, assisted by Charles Blackburn night with the boys and Earl Ford and Homer Hardin and spent Saturday thru noon with them. night 23 boys went coneing. CC plans law day College will observe National Law Day on May 1 Students of Clarendon College and area high Will be invited to attend the program which will be "Peace Through Law." y observance program will be sponsord Department at CC, under the direction chairman. and outstanding people in the area of are invited to participate in the program to students of college and high school how laws observed, and enforced. fort of a family that is indus- trious and willing to work hard to achieve their goals. Program set for schools This Friday the Choral De- partment of Midwestern Univer- sity, under the direction of Dr. Gene Brooks, willpresent a mu- sical program for the students of Junior high and high school age levels exclusively. The program will contain ar- rangements in the spiritual, pop, folk and classical fields of mu- sic. Highlighting the presen- tation will be the Hymn, "The Eighteenth Psalm" followed wi- th a piano accompaniment by Dr. Brooks. This composition will be given under the rear- rangement of Miss Betty Ste- wart, junior high choir direc- tor. Dr. Brooks is expected to bring 75 of his students to per- form for the Friday morning af- fair. The concert will be held in the old college auditorium. CC Sportsmen set fish fry Thur sday,Apri126,the Claren- don College Sports men Club will hold their annual spring fish fry. Serving will start at G p.m. for the sportsmen, their guests, and anyone having aticket tothe basketball game sponsored by the Sportsmen Club against the Flushers and Flusherettes. Flip Breedlove will be in charge of the cooking. Breed- love and his assistants will be cooking fish and chlckenwith all the trimmings. Clarence Hamilton, sponsor of the Sportsmen Club, announced that anyone having paid a fee to enter the fishing contest is in- vited to this annual fish fry. Around 250 guests are expec- ted to be present. Auto Registrations-- 1973 Buick 4 Dr, purchased by Aubrey Stuckey of Welling- ton, from Chamberlain Motor Co. 1973 Oldsmobile 2 Dr, pur- chased by Mrs. W. E. Har- rison of Amarillo, from Cham- berlain Motor Co. 1973 Dodge pickup, purchased by Emmett O. Simmons, from Mills Motors. 1973 Buick 4 Dr, purcha- sed by E. J; Nichols of Fritch, from Chamberlain Motor Co. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smallwood from Stephenville Texas, vi- sited with relatives Mrs. Mil- dred Hendrtx, Mrs. D. T. Small- wood, Mrs. and Mr. J. G. Mc= Anear, and Mr. and Mrs. Ron- pie McAnear and children during the Easter holidays. The Clarendon Press, April 26, 1973, Page 5 A Selection of Bulova and Caravelle WotChE s #m 1/2 Regular Rain Barrel 48 Oz ,Or/ e iiiiiii! iiil!;iii!!!) ! Oscillating Sprinkler . Water 40 Foot Q7 Hose 29 Sprinkler Hose so Foo, $249 3 Tube Traveling Sprinkler $39.95 $23.95 Weed-B-Gon Bar $3.67 WE AP . M. Cross and son Texas, visited mother, Mrs. D. T. Friday night. who is in U. S. Maryland, in the P. C. 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