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ii, u, larendon Press, May 3, Page 3 U S lawman hits hard at drugs und town in the town home of Mrs. Douglas Shelton for the COmmittee of the June second Museum Social was FiReen of the committee associates invitation styles, a mailing date, the evening's deCorations for the affair. enthusiasm and planning preparations are at high. I learn of "the event" the more excited I get[ to be one of "the social highlights" of the refreshments, Mrs. Shelton served iced tea, coffee chip cookies for the ladies. Thanks, Nancy, ,spltallty! R0nnie McAnears spent last week attending all of the activites at Stephenville and visiting friends couple drove down Friday and returned home report lush greenery and bluebonnets in full the area. you like something fun to do this evening? Why zn the Aggie Dance out on the Rodeo Grounds band playing is the Western Impressions and I've very complimentary things about them. To top "stomp" is absolutely freell (Out of the good- Clarendon College Aggie Cluht) What better cheaper) way would you have to "polish up" of July dances? "Mr. Nice Guy" award to Jack Hall this week. I on the Jr. High Tennis Tournament zs thoughtful enough to have it written up so all I go by and pick it upl Jamie and Johnny returned to their home after spending the last several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Benson. While with them, took "the kids" to Six Flags and to see the Ri- of Irving. Before returning to homegrounds, of Amarillo got in several good visits Cain left Tuesday for Gettysburg, Pennsyl- there she'll be attending the wedding of her Because she's "in the vicinity" Kathryn SOme time with her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. of Lincroft, New Jersey. as though Lucy Saye had her hands full Tuesday. was "slowly thawing". Regardless of what measures Lucy took, the o1' box just wouldn't Coldl Defrosting is never any fun, but when you it ?! ? Hill and daughter Stephanie of Wichita Falls have company for her parents, the Chuck Deyhles. that little Stephanie acquired an ear infec- J. Lewis Jr., Mrs. Bobby Boston, Mrs. Lee Pal- lunch atSydBlueslast Saturday. A very filling Neeces hosted a simply elegant wedding Mr. and Mrs.JimRenfroSaturdayevening. The delightfull life have I seen such a display of long handled as there was at high school all day Tuesdayl C. H. S. Junior class should receive a big appre- For the first time in years these kids had for the Jr.-St. Prom hours before the GENE HATFIELD, an agent of the Federal Bureau of In- vestigation talks to the Law Day audience at Clarendon College Tuesday. (Photo by Will Lowe) Baptist revival starts Sunday A revival will be held at the First Baptist Church Sunday, May 6, through Sunday, May 13. Rev. James Brandon, pas- tor, will lead the revival and Terry Scoggin, song director, will lead the music. A film on Brazil will be shown at each evening service Mon- day through Saturday starting at 7:30 p.m. Two sessions will be held each morning Monday through Friday to study "What the Bible Says about The Holy Spirit." The whole range of this teaching will be covered: the ttoly spirit in the Old Testament; Jesus and the Holy Spirit; the Holy Spirit and Pentecost; the Holy Spirit and Praying; gifts of the Spirit; and fruits of the Spirit. The early morning session will assemble at G:45 a.m. and dismiss at 7:45 a.m. The mid-morning session will be from 9 a.m to 10:30 a.mo Coffee and donuts will be served at each morning service. Sunday worship services will be at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school will be at 9:45 a.m. Everyone is invited to attend. Swank services held this class is uniquel has a"Superdupper"barbeque sauce recipe Set ices fo Hubert CassiusSwank, 64,a resident of Groom or beef. Consult him about it or refer to your v COokbook. It'll make Just the right touch for for over 23 years, were held at 1:30 p.m. Monday, April 30, this summerl How could you miss with in First Baptist Church in Groom with Rev. John Gillispie, "Barbeque King"T? pastor, and Rev. Joe Allen, pastor of First United Methodist Church of Groom, officiating. .R Other services were held at 10:00 a. m. Wednesday, May 2, and mother-in-law Dewey were in Amarillo "uPPing and spending time with Charlotte Adams. in Frederlcktown, Ohio, and interment was in Ankenytown Cemetery at Ankenytown, Ohio, with arrangements under the been "socializing" let me know! Just buzz 3641 direction of Murphy Funeral Home. Mr. Swank died at 5:20 p. m. Saturday, April 28, at his residence in Groom. He was born at Atlantic, Iowa, June 27, 1908, and married Ruby Leona Berger April 9, 1933, at Mt. Vernon, Ohio. He came to Texas in 1949 from Ohio and he go swimming He was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Fredericktown, Scouts and four leaders traveled to Pampa Ohio. night to go swimming at the Pampa Youth Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ruby Swank of Groom: a the swim, they all stopped by the Pizza Hut step-son, Marvin E. Berger of Ft. Wayne, Indiana; one brother, David O. Swank of Mt. Vernon, Ohio; and two leaders making the trip were: Mona Robinson, grandchildren. n, Mike Boothe, Edward McKenny, BarryDoane, Bearers were Dale McLaughlin, Meredith Kendrick, Ralph Tim Saye, Jerry Holland and guest, Jimmy Britten, Earl Barker, D. A. Watson and John Sexton. attended were Miss Betty Veach, Dwayne and Lucy and Tommie Save. Scouts went sailing Sunday at Greenbelt Lake: Barry Doane, Toml Hill Calvin Burro% Cecil Lowry, Jeff Campbell and Tim Saye. from Troop #33 went on a five mile hike May 1. leader James Thomas was in charge of the following boys made the hike: Irvan Thomas, Johnnie Jaramillo, LeRoy Sanchez, Allen Alexander, Phil Burden, Stan Leffew, Dean Sawyer, Ricky Price, Chris Ford, Steve Rives, Billy Price, Terry Putman, Donate Gorman, Skill Award, which requires miles hiking for many of the boys. For some, a total of 20 to 25 miles to their record. to summer campJune 10-16, need to pay the camp fee by May 8. Please contact Tommie Will NOT be a Scout meeting Tuesday, May 8. Circus next week Lions Club Circus will be held here Frl- 6and 8p. m. s, the famous Fisher Brothers Circus, will lea- girls, thrilling circus acts, funny clowns and Many interesting side shows will also ment, told Clarendon College students Tuesday that drugs are popular today for the simple reason that giant drug pushers are getting rich off the business and using the drug user as suckers. Stewart, one of eight special speakers at the day-long sem- inar Tuesday, spoke to the group in observance of Law Day, a national day set aside to honor law enforcement. Stewart, whose job is to intercept narcotics, pointed out that the drug traffic is greater than ever before. He said the average drug shipments are greater than before. "Drugs are a big business, and the racketeers are making their money with the user being the sucker," Stewart said. Stewart also said that he opposes the legalization of any drugs, including marijuana, tte pointed out that all drugs are bad, and nothing good comes from any of them. Clarence Hamilton, government instructor at ClarendonCol- lege, opened the seminar with a talk telling the importance of law day. Ite emphasized the importance of law in America. He introduced the key note speaker, Judge Charles Reynolds, Court of Civil Appeals, Amarillo. Judge Reynolds told the audience that people would destroy each other if law did not exist.tie said law is essential to pro- tect the individuals. He brought together some parts of the Bible which go hand in hand with law, and carried out the theme, "peace through law." T. L. Baker, sheriff of Potter County, said the county sheriff and local law enforcers have a world of opportunities to help people solve their own problems. He said that people depend on local officers for guidance. Gene ttatfield, an agent for the Federal Bureau of Investiga- tion, fitted the FBI into the overall law enforcement. He gave the history of the FBI, and pointed out that the FBI performs 185 different services. He said that there are 8,000 FBI agents in the service. Capt. J. W. Blackwell of the Department of Public Safety, discussed the development of the DPS, which was founded in 1935. tie discussed the variousdepartmentsofthe DPS, and told how the DPS cooperates with other law enforcement to enforce the law. Bill Austin of the Alcoholic Beverage Commission told about his department's duties in controlling the liquor situ- ation in the state. John Dearer, district attorney, gave a relation between the officer who arrests a suspect and the prosecutor who tries him. Dr. Keser, of the Department of Government at West Tex- as State University, pointed to the significance of having all branches of the law work together to solve the people's problems. The Law Day drew good reception from the Clarendon Col- lege students. Booster Club to meet Booster Club meeting Friday 4th at 7:30 p.m. at the field house. This is a kind of open house to show what all has been done to the field house. be obtained from any Lions Club member. are on sale for $1. Tickets will be$1.50 dldren if purchased at the show. and see an interestin show and help the Lions banquet next Tuesday Future Farmers of America chapter will banquet Tuesday, May 8, at 7:30 p. m. in Cafeteria. Ell be parents and Clarendon businessmen. The have charge of the program. BRONCHOS Randy Croslin, Danny Monroe and Jerry Holland examine the new field house which has just been completed for the football players. The facility is fully carpeted, and the ceilings have been lowered. In the background, a lit of accomplishments of the Bronchos is shown. And 1973? You can bet there will be something there next year. (Press Photo by Will Lowe) CLARENCE tlAMILTON, Clarendon College government in- structor, was the coordinator for Tuesday's Law Day seminar at the college. (Press Photo by Will Lowe) Fun After 50s to meet Fun After 50 Club meets Saturday, May 5, games and 42 will be played. A covered dish luncheon with the meat fur- nished will be served. Everyone come and bring a guest. The Country Store 134 N. MAIN St. - CHILDRESS 504 NOEL St. - MEMPHIS IS GRADUATION HEADQUARTERS We have everything Baggies BELTS Hand Tooled AII 2 99 tO $8 imaginable in fashion wear for guys & gals. LO-RISE r00v-- Jeans for Gals H1-00se All Colors & Styles  Jeans For  , Now t SoUd, & Pid, 499 ,00oo LEVI Hot Pant Suits of 100% Polyester As low as $10.00 Blue Denim FLARES N0w7 50 Western Jeans for Guys Re$. $8.O0 $599 SOCKS 100% Bulk Orlon 75c pr 3-Piece Sizes 3-13 $10-$14 Gift Certificates  Available Now! 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