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The Clarendon Press, May i0, Page 4 soc/o00. ..... Episcopal Chur merit store for 21 years ending ,.' - Il in 1972. I have now taken a "-: ' ' '  " i_00.ii, i covered by social security. Can I keep up my social security __ A::.. ! I ty by paying into it myself? A, The law does not per- ::.-. :; Mrs. Pete Land visited Friday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Glen HeRon. T. B. Nelson of Amarillo visited his mother and sister, Mrs. Ollie Nelson and Mrs. Bonnie Koontz. Buck Hill of McLean also visited them Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Foster of Clarendon visited Mr. and Mrs. Othel Elliott. Horace Green went to Canyon Sunday afternoon to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Green. Mrs. W. H. Grayof Clarendon visited Saturday and Sun- day with Mr.-and Mrs. Vance Gray. Mrs. Ruth Rhoades of Amtrillo stopped by the Hubert Rhoades Monday entente to Clarendon to visit her father, Clyde Butler, who is at Medical Center Nursing Home. Mr. and Mrs. Nuford Dill visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Partain Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Caffee and Barbara of Panhandle visited Wednesday night with Mrs. Ollie Nelson and Mrs. Bonnie Koontz. Mrs. Larry Green and Jason visited in Panhandle with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Chamberlain and fam- ily, and her brother, Gordon Jr. and family, Friday night and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Denny HeRon and family of Miami visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Helton. Mr. and Mrs. Doss Finley went to Amarillo to the doctor Monday. Mrs. Hubert Rhoades left Wednesday for Roswell, New Mexico. She will attend the graduation of her sister, Mrs. Mary Rush, from Eastern New Mexico University Roswell campus. Mrs. Rush will receive her degree in nursing. Miss Susie Dunn and Miss Jann Shaw were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Green. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Reid of Claude visited Friday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Nuford Dill. Mr, and Mrs. Doyle Hall and Dan visited Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lane. Jerry Green made a business trip to Crowell and visited with the Duane Naylors. Mrs. Robert Partain made a business trip to Amarillo Monday. Mrs. T. A. Nelson and Mrs. Bonnie Koontz visited F riday in Memphis with Mrs. John Just of LeliaLake, who was in Hall County Hospital. Mr, and Mrs. Sebe Ready of Lubbock spent the weekend in Ashtola. Mrs.Horace Green receivedword that Mrs. Betty Morris, wife of Rev. Russell Morris, is in serious condition at Baylor Hospital in Dallas with a virous of the spine. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lenord of Alanreed visited Mr. and Mrs. Clovis Bible Friday evening. Mrs. Horace Green visited Mrs. Austin Rhoades at Medical Center on Sunday. Mrs. Kate Jones of McLean spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. H, S. Mahe/fey and in Clarendon with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shannon. John Morris of White Deer, uncle of Mrs. Horace Green, is at Methodist Hospital in Houston where he had heart surgery Friday, April 27. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mahaffey and Hugh visited in White Deer with her aunts, Mrs. Eunice Rasptin, Christine and Ben Banes on Sunday. , . The Ashtola Community will have a forty-two party and covered dish supper Saiurday May 12. Hostess will be Mr. and Mrs. Vance Gray and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Darnell. Will see you all next week. mit voluntary contributions of social security taxes. You must work in covered employment of self-employment to make con- tributions. Because you have worked under social security for at least 10 years, you are guaranteed a retirement benefit at age 62 or later and you are protected for survivor benefits in the eventofyour deathandfor Medicare at age 63. You are also insured for disabllltybene- fits for five years following your last covered employment. , CLARENDON POLICE CHIEF Garry Gerdes inspects the newpolice squad car which arrived here this week, The car was purchased from Mills Motors, Inc. of Clarendon, (Press P hot o) Mrs00 Adella Mae Clack services conducted Saturday Services for Mrs. Adella Mac Clack, 67, a resident of Monday brought out the women golfers for their play-day. They are having some real good matches and are improv- ing their game right along. The Thursday duplicate club met for bridge and luncheon. Julia Beck was hostess. Maxine Hardin won high with F ran- ces Skelton coming in second. After the session many of the gals changed to golf togs and took to the fairways. Two Memphis groups played bridge onFriday and Satur- day. The weekend made business brisk in the clubhouse with golfers and diners. The Junior-Senior Team Tournament drew seventy golfers Sunday. Unfortunately the wind got up during the afternoon and caused some teams to blow their score but despite the wind some good scores were posted. First flight winners were Colic Huffman and Paul Hart with a 65 for first place. B. B. Gibson and Phillip Bray with 67 for second. Jerry Allen and Chuck Allen of Canyon with 68 for third place. Second flight first place team was Joe Triplett and Wayland McClellan with 67, second place Jeff Walker and Gary Jack with 69 and the third place went to John Ballard and Kevin Tipton with a seventY. Third flight winners were Bill Nitcholas and Marty Duniver of Shamrock in first place with 68. Also with a 68 was the team of Nolan Sanders and Jimmy Sanders. Their second place was the result of a coin toss. Third place winners were Horace and Gary McClellan with a seventy. Their match was decided by a coin toss involv- ing three other teams with 70. -Sunday, May 13, the club will have a Florida Scotch Scramble. Pro, Jim Terry, will need your reservation in advance so please contact him soon. Next Wednesday night will again be "Family Night." Come on out and enjoy the fun. The buffet begins at seven. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Moss of Burger, O. C, Spier of Dumas, Mrs. Milton Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Rabbitt Osburn, Etta Moss and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gernes of Clarendon visited Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Moss over the weekend. the Goodnight Community in Armstrong County for over 30 years, were held at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 5, in Goodnight Baptist Church with Rev. O. C. Edwards, pastor, officiating. Interment was in Memory Gardens Cemetery at Pampa with arrangements under direction of Murphy Funeral Home. Mrs. Clack died at 1:15 a. m. Friday, May 4, in St. Anthony's Hospital in Amarillo. She was born at Elida, N. Mex., and moved to the Goodnight community at an early age with her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. William W. McDowell, prominent Armstrong County ranchers. She was married to Wilbern R. Clack February I9, 1933, at Florence, Ariz., and lived in Hutchinson County for over 30 years before moving back to Armstrong County 8 years ago. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors include her husband, Wllbern R. Clack of Goodnight; one sister, Mrs. John C. Crain of Austin; one brother, Joe W. McDowell of Amarillo; three nephews, John W. Craln of Navasota, James C. Crain of Anstin, Robert E. McDowell of McLean; a niece, Sandra Morris and four great Nieces and nephews. Bearers were Lee Palmer, Davis Burrow, A. J. Gar- land, Joe Lovell, D. A. Stockstill and Clyde Hudson, Moffett services conducted Graveside services for ShannonCurtis Moffett, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. LannyCurtisMoffett, wereheld at 10 a.m. Monday, May 7, in Citizens Cemeterywith Rev. Tom Posey, minister of First Christian Church in Memphis, officiating. Interment was in Citizens Cemetery with arrangements under direction of Murphy Funeral Home. The infant was stillborn at 7: GO p. m. Saturday, May 5, in Groom Memorial Hospital. . ......... , ........................ Survivors include his parents; grandparents, Mrs. Maudel McCauley of Amarillo, John McCauley of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Moffett of Clarendon; great-grandparents, Mrs. Eula Moffett of Plainview, Mr. and Mrs. M.L. McCauley of Seymour. School Besides Bishop Garrett, a total of thirty served the church. Men such as Bishop E. E. E, C. Seaman, the Reverend George H. Archdeacon Claude C. Cantebury have been re, many of the Sunday sermons. During the height of congregational attendance to 1945, the church supported a choir varying songsters. These participants would pay 25 a laundry fee for their vestments. The money alSO pay for the young lads who pumped the organ everY! morning. A good pricking from the organist's the boys promptly on cue! At present date Archdeacon James Wilson is from Amarillo each Sunday to conduct services. of the church hold a yearly Rogation service and traditions which date back to the mother church Church of England. Through the faith and determinations of those Christians of November 1887 and their relig the Clarendon Episcopal Church has continued its and missions. In 1971 the State Historical Survey nized the structure as a state historical sight and a commerative plaque in its honor. The good Lord himself long ago recognized strong determination of this little congregation designed his own "plaque" for their devout HARRED'S FISH HOUSE will open two days a week Thursdays & Fridays 9:00 a. m. to 6:00 p. m. Call orders to 226-4104 or 944- East on Highway 287 Claude, Texas Menu MAY 14 - 18 MONDAY Chipo Pie with Cheese Tossed Green Salad Buttered Corn Coconut Cake Milk TUESDAY Pigs in a Blanket Mixed Greens Blackeyed Peas Fruit Jello Milk WEDNESDAY Spaghetti with Meat Sauce Cole Slaw English Peas Hot Rolls - Buffer ' Stewed Apricots Milk the 1971 Eldorado 1973 Sedan deVille 1969 Coupe deVille Own a Cadillac ? Of course you can! Right now, you could be very, very close to the special pleasures of Cadillac ownership. Because right now there exists a very special set of circumstances favoring the person who longs to be a Cadillac owner. It begins with the beautiful new 1973 Cadillacs themselves. These cars are the finest ever built by Cadillac-- reflected by the fact that the '73 Sedan deVille, shown above, has already established itself as the single most popular luxury car in automotive history. There are nine great '73 Cadillacs from which to choose. And right now, your Cadillac dealer can probably supply just the model you want.., just the way you want it! If a new Cadillac is not yet in your plans, consider the pleasure of driving a Cadillac of another year. The great demand for new Cadillacs has made a number of beautiful previously-owned cars available. Like the 1971 Eldorado or 1969 Coupe deVille, shown above It's true. A Cadillac of any recent year will likely have more luxury, more convenience features, more power equipment than you'll find on many of today's new cars. For a lot of reasons, there couldn't be abetter time to visit your authorized Cadillac dealer than right now. First choose Cadillac... then choose the year. THURSDAY Bar-B-Que Chicken Potato Salad Seasoned Green Beans Homemade Bread Pineapple Pudding Milk FRIDAY Chili Burger on Bun French Fries Tossed Green Salad Cherry Cobbler Give Morn a Frigidaire dishwasher on her day Smart styling is only how good Frigidaire looks '! real worth of Frigidaire is how good it cleans pots, pans, glasses and silverware. Milk 7-cycles- one for every dishwashing need. Out of Orbit  Protective racks and door to avoid nicks. Easy loading -- no scraping dishes, load silverware with handles up or down. Dual detergent injectors, and many more - MAY IS ELECTRIC DISHWASHER I BUY NOW ON REDD Y CREDIT fM GETTING SEASICK-- !