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The Clarendon Press, May 3, Page 7 --Elopes --Has a Party ---Goes Away --Is 111 --Wins a Prize --Makes a Speech And We Want It --Dies --Gets Married llas a Baby --Has an Operation --Receives an Award --Holds a Meeting --.-o,,--. --H...,',,'. --,,.,,...Horn. DIAl R7I-:0000tl other unusual ]vent ---o--- v=z v- m Bibles- " __...L* ' 4" the seniors it Bibles The Junior-Senior Prom has onceagaincome and gone. For he Concert Choir from Midwestern University in Wichita 1   am am  wasonenightoffun.For the Juniors it was eight Falls presented a program one day last week for the stu- @ t, t-.. t,-,, t SENIoRs. Jem Simmons, Ricky Rattan, Mikey Grady, Russell Keown and Randy ,ate in some "horseplay" during Tuesday'sSenior "Kid Day." (Press Plto) Attend Your Church CHURCH OF CHRIST 4th & Carhart Don Stone, Minister Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:15 a.m. Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Night Service 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OP CHRIST Rosonfeld KMrney Hubert Bromlay, Mini$m" CHUk.r OF O0 IN CHRIST 302 N. Jefferson C. H. Duncan EPISCOPAL, ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST 3rd Parks Riclmrd Saxor FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHU RCH $th Jefferson Welclon Rival Pastor Sunday School ............... 9:45 a. m. Sunday Morning Worship ... 11:00 a.m. Sunday H Ight Service ..... ...7 :gO p.m. METHODIST CHURCH Jefferson Resenfeld. Bro. Scott. CHURCH OF THENAZARENR 3rd HaWley John HansOn Sunday Snday School .............. 10:00 a. m. Morning Worship ........... 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship ............ 7:00 p.m. WsdnoNsy Wednesday N Ight Service .... 7:30 p. m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 4th & Parks Owes McGarlty, Pasr Sunday Schcml .............. 10:00 I.m. Sunday Morals0 Worship ....9:00 a.m. MARTIN BAPTIST CHURCH Clarendon, Texas BrYan Knowles, Pastor Sunday School ........ l0 a.m. Church Service ...... 11 a.m. Evening Service ...... 6 p.m. Wednesday ............. 7 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD 5th McClalland R. L. Leader, Pastor ' Sunday , School ............... 9:45 a.m. , Worship ............ 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship ..... 7:00 p.m. Tuesday .1:00 p.m. Wednesday Wednesday right Service .... 7:30 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Hwy. 287 Jackson R. W. Sullivan, Pastor Sunday ' School .............. 10:00 a.m. ............ 11:00 a.m. Union ............. 6:#5 p.r. IEVenlng Worship ............ 7:30 p.m. Wednesday N ighf Service .... 8:00 p. m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bugbee & Third Streets James Brandon, Pastor Sunday SUnday School ....... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .... lh00 a.m. Training Union ....... 6:00p.m. Evening Worship ..... 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Wednesday Night .... 7:30p .m. ST. MA RK BAPTIST CHU RCH Jefferson Marflndale Albeit YarlDorough, Pastor fy Sunday Services. s pastor Is from out of town. IT. STIVINS BAPTIST CHURCH Jefferson Marflnclale 1 k R.E. Mannlml, Piitor ly Sunda Services. Pastor Is from out of town. IT. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH McClelland Montgomery Father WMKO Y Morning Mass ....... 7:30 a.m. hr Wolko ts from Memphis. PIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH lrd Gorst k Paul Hancock, Pastor L ay School ............... 9:45 a.m. "aay MamMg Worship ... e:o a.m. 'qlUlar Monthly Women' Meeflng Sponsored by These Merchants urn Furniture Bright Newh0use We Like People American Amicable 66 Service Peanut's Drive-in to Serve Bill & Rudene Wise Grocery Friendly Store Cornell Texaco Dood Cornell months of hard work. The actual decorating began last Wed- nesday night, and continued until Saturday afternoon. The hardest work was done Friday night, however. We wired, we taped, we cut, we hung. You name it, we did itI The cafeteria didn't even look half-way finished until about 11 o'clock Fri- day night. Then things really picked up - and by midnight, we were almost finished. The theme of this year's prom was "Neptune's Court." The cafeteria was decorated like under the sea. Crepe paper was hung across the ceiling to give the effect of the top of the water. On one wall was blue paper with fish "swimming" around. The wall opposite this wall was a picture of a sunken ship. On the third wall was Neptune's Court --his throne, his crown, his sceptor.Other decorations included an orange octopus, a pink oyster with a "rare, black pearl," a blue starfish and colorful sea turtles. Andy Fuller, a Clarendon College student, was kind enough tocome and draw the sunken ship. The decorations turned out very well -- at least we juniors wer proud of the results. The sophomore servers were Debbie Robertson, Chris Craft, Pat Trout, Randy Croslin, Danny Monore and Kenneth King. The girls wore long dresses made out of sheets with felt sea animals sewed on. The boys wore dark pants and shirts like the girls' dresses. The servers served the juniors, sen- iors and guests Treasure Chest (fruit cocktail), sea gull sup- reme (fried chicken), white cap and breakers (mashed po= tatoes and gravy), sea shells (hot rolls), seaweed (aspara- gus), sea foam (cherries jubilee), and murky depth (ice tea). After the meal, the Clarendon Junior College Stage Band play- ed a few numbers for our entertainment. Junior Class Presi- dent, Rodney Hicks welcomed the Seniors and special guests. Senior Class President Danny Holland responded for the sen- iors. Shauna Hardin read a poem inhonor of the seniors. Rev. James Brandon was the guest speaker, and he gave a very fine short speech. Mr. Cordell ended the banquet with a very sad farewell. This was his last junior-senior prom as superin- tendent of Clarendon Public Schools. We all knew it would be sad, but this farewell was a real tear-jerker. I saw many tear s dripping off of many saddened faces. For the Juniors, it was particularly sad. For we are losing more than anyone present at the banquet. We have lost a superintendent, a principal and 46 seniors. Next year, we'll be starting fresh ... and it's not going to be easy, either. However, we hope everyone of the seniors find happiness after they leave good 'ole CHS, and we wish the same for Mr. Cordell. And for Mr. Walker, we wish lots of luck and success at his new job. The dance- orprom-was a great success. "Angel Fire," a rock band from Amarillo, prsentedlotsofloud music. Many kids were there with dates. In fact, there were quite a few present. Even the surroundingtownswerewell-represented at "our" prom. The dance ended at mid-night, and curfews "immediately(??)" followed. Sunday afternoon, the Juniors, Mrs. Grady and Mrs. Put man spent about two hours tearing down eight monthsof long, hard work-which was worth about $700. The prom was enjoyed by most everyone -- and it turned out to be worth all the time and effort it took to make it so. Tomorrow morning, bright and early, the CHS Bronco Band leaves on their long-awaited trip to Canon City, Colorado. They will be gone until Monday. Good Luck to all[ The senior class met one day last week and voted on the honor guards and ushers for class night and graduation cere- monies. The honor guards are Shauna Hardin, Stan Shelton, Terry Saye and Rodney Hicks. The ushers are Kim Newhouse, John Garner, Tracy Cagle and Tommy Hill. The color bear- ers are Jerry Holland and Gary Shields. Classnight has been scheduled for May 12 at 8 p.m. in the old college (or CHS) auditorium. Katrina Messer and Ward Palmer were elected to read the class history. Elaine Ford and Jeff Campbell were elected to read the class will, and Wanda Trout and Steve Carter were elected to read the class prophecy. which was held Saturday night. (Photo by Jerry Holland) MRS. CLAUDINE TODD is seni- or sponsor. She was on hand for the Junior-Senior Prom. (Press Photo by Jerry Holland) Funeral Home Roddy's Plumbing e Who Care & Electric Clarendon Press p God Each Day dents of CHS. We felt very fortunate thatthey took time out of their busy schedule to visit us. Everyone really seemed to enjoy the program. The cheerleading tryouts were held last Thursday in the old gym. The results were announced right before lunch. The B- team cheerleaders for 1973-74 are Mona Robinson, Bobble Shoopman, Klm Radney and Laurie Stone. The varsity cheer- leaders for 1973-74 are Shauna Hardin, TracyCagle(seniors) Jean Brandes and Debbie Robertson (juniors) and Jan Bar- bee and Freda White (sophomores). Congradulations to all! Congradulations also to the first-two alternates who will be the Bronco mascot. They are Kellie Langham and La- Ronda Peoples. The Future Teachers of America met last week in the CHS library. Every member is reminded to pay dues and get stationary and / or money back in to Miss Veach. Officers were elected for 1973-74. They include: president, Sheila Smith; vice - president; Shauna Hardin; secretary, Terry Saye; treasurer, Tracy Cagle; parliamentarian, Mitzi Cagle; and historian, Jerry Holland. Club members alsovotedon Mr. and Miss F.F.A. The plans for the Teachers Tea were com- pleted. It will be held May 2 and new officers will be install- ed. Congradulations to Tommy tlill, Stan Shelton and Jeff Campbell. They placed sixth at the State Dairy Products Contest. Tommy placed fourth iwthe individual part of the contest. Hello Gary Bennettl I'm sure I don't know you, but Katrina can fill me in . .. or maybe she'll let me talk to you one of these times when you call! Daphne and Joni are flashing rings around. Congradula- tions girlsI Julie Moldor and Debbie Robertson have new rings, too. But these are without the diamonds - and with the rubies.) The students at CHS enjoyed visitingwith former custodian, Jim Rampey, one day last week. Ralph McGarity likes dogs, but he nearly squashed a poor little puppy one day in band. It got under his feet while Ralph was marching. Kim Newhouse wasn't acting herself in speech class the other day. But it was cute, Kim! Danny Holland and Russell Keown really livened things up at CHS Friday. The 1972-73 annuals came in Friday. They are really good ones, and everyone seemed to like them. Even though a few tears were shed. An annual - signing party will be held in the park tonight for all high school students. Shauna, Terry, Sheila, Tracy, Cindy and I arrived in style at the prom. Since we didn't want to mess up our formals, we hired a limosine and chauffear, to drive us. 8th grade plans trip -Bil: les. The Livino Bible $9.95 II II King James Bibles $4.95 Leaves of 6old $4.95 ...$f .5o The eighth grade class will leave tomorrow morning at 8:45 for a field trip to Amarillo and surrounding area. Ifallgoesasexpected, plansforthe,,shortsandsunglasses,, The set include a swim in the Y. W. C. A. pool, picnic lunch at the nearby park and a geological tour of Palo Duro Canyon. The tour is being sponsored and conducted by students of the West Texas Geological Department. After their Canyon trek and cokes, the eighth graders will Pres board the bus and head for home territory. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sanders Tuesday were her Clarendonl uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Stodghill of Munday. Texas Want to save 10% on your car insurance? Take the. upcoming Defense Driving Course Defense Driving course planned ,I) EMMETT SIMMONS The final Defensive Driving Course for 1972-73 school year i$ scheduled for Monday Tuesday and Wednesday, May 7 - 8 & 9. The "clus -room instruction" - only class- lasts eight hours and class will meet: 7 - 9 p.m. May 7 (Monday) 6 - 9 p.m. May 8 (Tuesday) 6 - 9 p.m. Ma,y 90&'esday) Starttn Ume ia the evening may be altered to accomo- Sio date those e (example: starting st 7p.m. and n Up Now & Cut finllr at l0 p.m.) Report toRoo.,03 CliLrezldonCollegeAcademicCen. Your Insurance Cost tar to em'oll, or go by the College Business office during regular office hours. Cost is $8.00.