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The Clarendon Press, May I0, Page 6 Remember Mom Shop GREENE'S for the finest selection of gifts. Pantsuits  Slacks Dresses [ Gloves  Shoes Robes Purses  Lingerie Blouses Hosiery House Shoes Jewelry GREENE'S Clarendon, Texas Both Goodnight and Claude were deeplysaddened to learn of the deaths of two of their most outstanding citizens. Mrs. Fred Longbine and Mrs. W. R. Clack both passed away Friday of last week. We can never hope to repay these families for the devotion and graciousness both of these two ladies contributed to us. Each and every one of us can remember some thoughtfulness or kind deed preformed by either Mrs. Clack or Mrs. Longbine, and for these cher- ished memories we will always carry a warm reminiscent glow for each of them. And, how very grateful we are to have had the monumental honor in knowing them. The Clarendon seniors aren't the only graduating class lead- ing busy lives lately! Sunday morning the Claude seniors were honored at an ear- ly morning breakfast at the din- ing hall of FirstBaptistChurch. Wednesday evening the Method- ist took their turn in treating the graduates. For a different twist the class delighted in aMexican Fiesta. The latter part of this week the seniors willhave their class party and with all the preparations at hand it pro- mises to be long remembered as the best ever. Many of the class members helped with last weeks FFA parents and sons banquet held in the high school cafeteria Saturday night. For the evening meal all partook (in great haste[) ofbarbequed beef, potato salad, cole slaw, red beans and ice cream. Friday evening found several of the seniors helping with the 8th grade party and dance. Thursday the seniors of the National Honor Society and their sponsor, Finis Brown, held in- stallation services for seven lower classmen. Those being admitted to the NHS were Cathy Hollingsworth, Cindy Cruse, Deena Lowerance, Sandra Goodin, Cheryl Hundley, Karen Gunter and Tony Stephenson. Most likely you thought that these last two weeks would never come true. Right class of '73? Now you are desperately hoping thing will slow down just a little! M r. and Mrs. Ben Chamberlain and daughter, Prairie Counce, and grandson, David, traveled to Denver, Colo., to be with the Chamberlain's other daugh- Band enjoy! - Colorado trif ty a 1 becii hard_woridlsh musicia. Charlie Mac Neely of Amarillo was a houseguest of Mrs. L. S. Newberry Thursday. A pat-on-the-back is award- ed to Kevin Hudson.YonngHud- son's entry in the District 4-H competition placed first in Wildlife Management division. This honor qualifies Kevin to compete in the A & M contest held in June. Mrs. Cliff Mayben drove to Amarillo Monday. This was (and still is)"Spring Clean-Up Week" for the town of Claude. Throughout the past four days community-minded volunteers have been dedicating their spare time to removing garbage and other refuse from streets, sidewalks and store fronts to make a more attrac- tive Claude. Saturday morning a pick-up crew will dispose of any collected garbage placed in front of private homes. Mayor Ruepert Tucker, who proclaimed the week's event, has to date met with full cooper- ation from the community. Bill Henrichs, Chamber of Commerce president, appointed Pills Crudgington as"Clean-Up Week" chairman. Won't it be nice to FINALLY dispose of those tree limbs?!I Thursday morning the ambul- ance escorted Alfred Reck to Northwest Texas Hospital after he encountered a nasty fall in front of the Post Office. Be- cause of the seriousness of the fall Mr. Reck required sur- gery Saturday to insert a plate in the broken bone right below his hip. After the operation he was returned to Room 241. The Russell Barnetts spent the week at Lake Meredith working on their trailer there. Ishmie Hill of Canyon, Ethel Logsdon and L. A. Ford were the honorees at abirthdaydinner in the Ford home Sunday. Also getting in on the festivities were the Fred Millers, Mr. andMrs. Stacy Howell of Canyon, Jerry, Becky, Rodney Kelly Goodin and the Henry Fords. E d Reed, Rex Bagwell and their sons, Wes and Ross, spent all day Saturday touring the Texas A&M campus and meeting with admissions officials. Melvin Winckompleck was taken to High Plains Baptist Hospital after suffering a heart attack early Saturday morning. At present he is still reported to be in intensive care. Mr. Winckompleck is a brother-in- law of Tom Miller's. ter, Benece. II I m l I I IIII III I i Come worship with us in REVIVAL.! Bob Roland and his son and daughter - in - law, the Bobble Lands, fished at Lake Meredith F riday. Saturday night, May 19, willbe the date for the adult leaders 4-H meeting at FSTI. This includes all sponsors of the 23 county-wide District 1 Area. Gathering time is 7 p.m. until 9:. 30 p.m. Mrs. Faye C orbin is still stay- ing with her daughter, Barbara of Austin. "-:.. "." After 34 year}" of the "good life" Mrs. Sallie Smith moved from the farm to town Tuesday evening, after selling her coun- try home to the William Con- rads. Mrs. Smith moved to 306 Wilson in West Claude. How does it feel to have such close neighbors. Mrs. Smith? Mrs. Cleve f3ennett was in Amarillo Monday for medical reasons. Lane Greenway left Satur- day for Las Vegas for mem- orial services for his brother, Cecil Greenway, which were conducted Monday. The C. M. Neelys OF Amarillo lunched with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Crain Thursday. Mrs. Fred Harris of Tulia spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. George Wilmoth, her parents. Last Sunday a "duo recital" of Mrs. Cheryl Doan's voice students and Arthur William's flute students was held in the Recital Hall of AmarilloCollege campus. Those participating from Claude were Lynette Eng- lish, vocalist andVirginiaBrit- ten. flutist. qrhose present to hear their community representatives performances were Mrs. Ern- est Melton and Thalia, Mrs. Edna Goodin and Sandra and Mr. and Mrs. Troy Vance. Frances May and Lorene Jnstiss attended the Amarillo Art Show held at Amarillo Col- lege Saturday. The J. E. Johnsons shopped in Clarendon Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hundley and the Carl Hignetts visited in Amarillo Sunday. Mrs. Burl Loveday became a patient at St.Anthony's HospRai Sunday afternoon for surgical purposes on Monday. Her room number is 212. Kenneth Mayben will return home from A & M this Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lovell and rls spent Sunday with Mr.and rs. Ben Lovell. They also got to see Mrs. Ru- by Bumpas and Lucille Couch, sisters of Rev. Edwards. Tuesday Mrs. Newberry was in the home of Mrs. RuthTims. How happy and proud we are of Clarendon Jr. College gradu- ate Scott Boomer! Susan Bagwell was admitted to High Plains Baptist Hospi- tal April 27. Happy Birthday! Cynthia Marsh, J. B. Smith, Lolita Mac Hudson r Tracy Patterson, Lois Morri Greg Sullivan, Merle Nelson, Maggie Wisdom, Ca- therine Campbell, R. G. Eddie- man, Laura Lee Adams, Bob Riley, Eleanor Watkins, Lav- onne Digs, Willie Modisette, Carol Harrell, Emma B. Wag- goner, and Kathryn Watson. How about this weather? Wind, wind and more wind! We had a little moisture the first part of the week. You'd never know it be now, thoughI Sunday Waunell Stockman, Lessie Ward, Billie W olford and Johnnie Greenway lunched at Shirley's in Amarillo. Miss Sheila Mayben was re- cently informed that she had been chosen the Outstanding Twirler at the Greater South- II The C. A. Davises of Amarillo were guests OF her sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Armstrong, Friday. Also spending the day with the Arm- strong's were Anne and Fay Davis. Best wishes newly-weds, Mr. and Mrs. Dee AduddellI Mr. and Mrs. Lyn Smyrl and Kellie Jo spent Tuesday night with the W. M. Crains. surgery in High Plains Bap- Seven a.m. Friday a List Hospital last week. Her wished for dream The condition is satisfactory, reality for 52 ve s, Tonight the Fairview Busy and industrious sldec Bees will celebrate 51 years The Clarendon High de c of organization with a pancake Broncho Band left that the c supper at the commmdty center, for the Cannon City, Col0Zl rk fo ard Palmer hosted 13 of Music Festival In corn Ri the Clarendon senior boys to a withover 52 Texas" pm/iers t steak supper Saturday night, and t-olorado bands, thePeiJi'  lker One OF Claude's "ace re- mere were required to 00; :h tl eir mr Peto pzlit es B01i : Shie "he gfer und y the 11  for in the Cann lttrt First Baptist Church Clarendon, Texas Now In Progress Thru Sunday Night porters", Rhonda Conrad, was featured on the 6:30 p.m. K G N C newscast Thursday. Rhonda's story on the retire- ment of longtime teacher, Mrs. Glenn Wilkins, won her the fie- vision equivalent of a front page story! I really am thankful for all of you who remember to give me a ring when you have news! showing of both their and playing abilities. turday and Sunda' marched P a rade. Accomodalions for the;.l were provided by the Bel][ Motel of Pueblo. Adult t][ sors for the trek were,'l and Mrs. P. C. Messer, Gladys Blackburn, MNsI 1 Veach and Mr. and MrsJ1" vin Boothe. | A Monday evening Claalat 8]I a ssistance the bus rolled in to returning some very halited over-nourished, lean-po W available memrtoo,',:, How lucky they' II feel il ]ian to come knowing they w ot Beryl Clinton, Dean of Clar- first band in a long till endon College, announced this be able to travel for aall week that student assistance the year band trip[ I[  will be available for students western Music Festival inAma- rillo last Friday and Saturday. Happiest of anniversaries! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wisdom, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Harred, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fitzger- ald, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth John- ston and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stephenson. attending Clarendon College through the same programs that The Continentals, the Stage Band of Fort Sill, were available the past year. laboma, entertained the | All students needing financial school students and faculU| 1 aid to attend college should pro- cess their application immedi- esday morning. . The band, touring areal ately or contact Beryl Clinton, school for promotional _I .... Dean of Clarendon College, at P. O. Box 968, Clarendon, Tex- see, presented musicalW.,'J [lUll as, 79226, orcallS06-874-3571, modern as well as t ,]ll; U Clarendon Cattle Co., Incl" Services 7:30 p.m each night. Monday thru Friday 6:45 to 7:45 a.m. & 9 t0 10:30 a.m James Brandon, pastor, will lead the RevivaL "n Terry Scogg , Good Young Stock Cows for Sale-- Age Guaranteed St0cker Calves for Sale --We will put them o on gain basis--sell them to you and buy them back Soup Crackers & Soupor Juice gl 75 s.,.,s I Extra Soup 35  _ ,i a Fresh VegetaV "--" " "HomemadeE " & Sweet Salad Plate & Drink 1 9 r Choic, o, o "w" * i-   Drink SINGLE SERVING ONLY Blocks South of Palmer Motor Company 5 $1.00 Famous Buffet in Fine Foo The Be, |rob Soup, 1 Salad & Drink and Mrs. Ed Reed flew to g dire . Camp Pendieton, Caiif.a to be SO n with their older son, Hugh. Because of freakish weather hazards, the Reeds were way- layed in Phoenix, Ariz. Stony Rev. James Brandon ,|| i m| found it was a grand time to Will leaa me m usIc. "investigate" the springstock of the Arizona merchantsl Rev. and Mrs. O. C. Ed- wards went to Plainview to see their daughter, Mrs. Pat "Bibl ,.o,, and her son, Vance. e Study each morning, Ter..in I Hol m q, #,. 'What the Bible says about the y Spirit.' , qt,, I A film about Brazil shown at each night meeting. The Tumbleweed Clarendon for nine months in Kula-Lamper Malaysia May 0. Dr. Cornette has received a Fullbright- Hayes lectureship there and will begin work May 30. The Cornettes have two children, Jim and Betsy. Enrouteto Ames Mr. and Mrs. Christian toured the Eisenho- wer Memorial in Abilene. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bairi of Wheeler, the Fred Day fam- ily of Clarendon and the Jim Jones all came overforaweek- end visit with the Max Bairds. Dana Baird enjoyed the two days so much she decided to extend her stay through the week. Several Saturdays ago Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Chris- tian returned Friday from a 10 day visit with their daughter and her family, Dr. andMrs.James L. Cornette. The Cornettes will be leaving Mrs. Steve Donald are still staying with relatives inTroop. Golfers Pttts Crudgington, Wayne Campbell and MikeBen- son matched against Gary and Don Bagell in the Junior- Mrs Bromley's Senior tournament at Clarendon Country Club last weekend. Mrs. Alda Hudson and Mrs. Lucille Mayes enjoyed the hoe- pitality of Mrs. L. S. Newberry Thursday. DininE Room for future delivery. Will aid you in financing of ye cattle on the gain or buy-back deals. William M. 'Bill' Porter 874-3314 or 874-393'