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May 17, 1973

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all kinds. Milo seed on Ro..ie Ward Phone 874-3389 Mrs, Tommy Stegall daughter, Tamra of Dumas visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. over the week- Mrs. Howard Stewart of Amarillo and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Chamberlain of Claude visited the ladies' mother, Mrs. John Rhodes, Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pitt- man of Stratford visited her mother, Mrs. W. D. Higgins, and other relatives including Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pittman this weekend. PHILLIPS 66 TIRE SRLE Take this deal. Sixty-Six Specials Thars all you pay for these F78x14 tubeless nylon black- wall tires. (Whitewalls slightly higher.) Fits more than 100 car models. Similar savings on other sizes. Sale ends May 31, 1973. Prices plus old tires off your car. * 4 full plies of heavy duty nylon cord Full 12/32"tread depth Low profile 78 series Make your own deal on sets of 2 or 4 Custom Wide Radial, Puma Belted or Wide Action Tread tires. Then ask us for a Bonus Coupon good for additional discounts of $4 to $12. Coupon offer expires July 9,1973. See us for details. plus $2.37 FET. per tire PHILLI ,00i00illips _. store with the pump out front. Roddy's 66 Hv, n/. 287 East 874-3525 Kidd 66 Hwy. 287 West 874-3816 T & M Oil Company, distributor 874-2155 E. WAYNE BARBEE, right, Senior Class president, presents the Key of Knowledge to Junior president Rodney Hicks dur- Ing Class Night ceremonies Saturday night. (Press Photo) SENIORS WANDA TROUT and Steve Carter read the Senior Class Prophecy at the Class Night activities Saturday night. (Press Photo) Broncho drill team meets The Clarendon tligh School Drill Team held a meeting Wednesday, May 9, to elect head cheerleader and officers. Our head cheerleader is Shauna Hardin and the officers are as follows: President - Chris Craft. Vice-President - Camille Mann. Secretary & Treasurer - Sue Luttrel Reporter - Deanna Baird IilIIMMIIMMlUllUlUlI! WIIIIIIIlUlIIIlMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII|III00 Those visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Morrow were their children, Mrs. Darell Haroer and Alan, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Morrow, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morrow and Michael of Clarendon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown, Gary and Gayle, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stewart, Cassi and Jona- than, Rosemary and Vickie Robinson, all of Amarillo, and .., !00ren!00.n 00ho)0000Su,a! e Supp C The Clarendon Press, May 17, 1973 Page 3 last M nday a little tired, but happy anyway. Their trip was a lot of fun. The only bad part was marching almost "a hundred miles" in the two parades! The kids enjoyed "getting away from it all" for awhile. They stayed at a motel in Pueblo because their reservations in Canon City were cancelled as a result of a fire. The kids mostly entertained themselves -- from weddings to playing hide-and-seek on the busl Because of rain, they were forced to cancel plans for visiting some scenic places in Colorado Springs, but they did get to visit Royal Gorge. Mr. Bowen and the sponsors seemed very pleased with the way everyone behaved, and vice-versa!I Thursday night was the night of the Spring Concert for Clarendon Elementary Band, Clarendon Junior High Band and Clarendon High School Band. The CHS Bronco Band played their contest music, and Mr. Bowen presented the awards. "Outstanding Sophomore" award went to Calvin Burrow; "Outstanding Freshman" award went to Ralph McGarity; "Outstanding Junior" award went to Kim New- house; "Outstanding Bronco" award went to Farrell McAfee; the John Philllp Sousa Award went to Mike Boothe; and a certificate from U. S. Marine Youth Foundation and :National Band Assoc. went to Frankie Just. The Seniors were recognized during the performance. They a'e: Vicki Childs, Frankie Just, Gina Killings- worth, Roger Stevens, Katrina Messer, Mike Boothe, Wauda Trout, Mike Leeper, Carrie Neal, John Holland, Melissa Estes and J Lynn Jones, Mike Booth, the 1972-73 drum major, directed one song-- as is customary for all CHS drum majors at the Spring Concert. Katrina Messer, the head twirler for 1972-%, performed her solo for state between the beginner and junior high bands. Katrina will go to state competition in June. O Thursday, Friday & Saturday Only-- Motor Craft & A utolite FL2, FL9, FLIO, FL12, FL22 (Fits Most Popular Cars Today) Friday, the Junior High Contest was held on the Clarendon Junior College Campus. Several High School students got to miss the day of school to work at the contest. Katrina judged twirling. Last Tuesday, the students enjoyed a few minutes of relaxation. The Army Stage Band performed during Acitivity Period. Everyone seemed to enjoy it -- it enabled all of us to get our mind off school work! The field house was opened last week -- all brand new and remod- led. Open house was Friday evening. The field house has really been worked on lately, and the results are fantasticl The field house hardly looks the same, Everyone really seemed to like the differ- ence in the appearance . . . and the coaches seemed to be well pleased, too. Next year's Broncos will really have a pleasant at- mosphere to work in! Wednesday, the Drill Team held a meeting. The purpose was to elect head cheerleader and officers for the 73- 74 school year. Shauna Hardin was elected our head cheerleader. The officers for next year are: President, Chris Craft; vicepresident, Camille Mann; secretary- treasurer, Sue Luttrell; and reporter, Deanna Baird. Congratulations to Shauna and the new officers. The players from Clarendon for the Greenbelt Bowl game to be held in Chlldress this summer were selected. MlkeLeeper and Steve Carter get the honors. Each has to select a nominee for the Green- belt Bowl Queen. Mike selected Debble Robertson and, as of yet, Steve has not made his decision. Congratulations to all! The sophomores began the end-of-school class parties over the weekend. They had a sponsored party in the park Friday night. Mr. Nance was the chaperone. The sophomores ate sack lunches, and then they all went over to the baseball park and had a mass massacre. Originally, they had planned a football game, but it ended up different- ly. No one single girl escaped injury--the boys thoroughly enjoyed bruising their female classmates like potatoes. As soon as everyone passed out from pure exhaustion, the sponsored party ended. Then everyone went to the drive-in where the real fun began. After the show, all of the girls went to Andi Ead's house for a slumber party. Naturally, the boys followed right behind. Everyone seemed to en- Joy the evening - the morning after was a different story, thoughl The freshmen also had their class party over the weekend. First they went out to Walter Rlgg's Creek where they "messed around." Then, as everyone does, they went to the drive-in. Alicia Terry had a slumber party for the girls, but there were also some boys present. None of the girls seemed to mind, however. Saturday night several freshmen boys camped out at the lake. It was really busy weekendl Last week, Shauna was officially installed as FTA District XVI Historian. The installation was held in Dalhart. Saturday the District Officers met in Amarillo. They discussed the officer workshop which is held when school begins next fall. The District Convention that is held in Nove tuber was partially planned. During this convention, C lar- endon will host a workshop on Human Relations. The Seniors received their graduation invitations last week - and they have been busy licking stamps and addressing envelopes. The Junior class met in the auditorium last Thursday and filled out schedules for next year. Mrs. Grady announced that our class will not be in debt alter the Junior-senior. We will have some money left over. Future Farmers of America, and guests enjoyed a barbeque chick- en dinner last Tuesday night in CHS cafeteria. Stan Shelton welcom- ed everyone and introduced Wanda Trout, FFA Sweetheart. The leadership teams were introduced by Wayne Hardin, and Judging teams were introduced by Jeff Campbell. Mr. Mann presented three Sue and Mark Taylor of Memphis. FFA members with awards. Outstanding FFA member of the year was Ray Fltsche. Wayne Hardin was named Outstanding Farmer, and Star Greenhand Farmer was Mac Thornberry. Danny Hol- land concluded the program with presentation of gifts to Mr. Mann and Mr. Martin, both chapter advisers. Each While They Last. Saturday night, May 12, was Class Night for the CHS Sen- iors of 1973. Gary Shields and Jerry Holland carried in the flags. Then, Sheila Smith began theprocessional, andthe hon- or guards, Shauna Hardin, Stan Shelton t Terry Saye, Rod- ney Hicks, escorted Seniors In. The ushers, Kim Newhouse, Johnny Gerner, Tracy Cagle and Tommy Hill brought up the rear. Danny Holland welcomed everyone. Class History was read by Katrina Messer and Ward Palmer. They looked back into the past and reminded their fellowclassmatesof some of the funny things they did as kids. Elaine Ford and Jeff Camp- bell read the class will. The Seniors each left something to the junior Class members - whether it was good or badl!l Wanda Trout and Steve Carter looked into the future as they read the Class Prophecy. Ewayne Barbeepresentedthe key of knowledge to the Junior Class president, Redney Hicks. The presentation of the key is usually a very solemn occasion, but this year it was quite the opposite. Right guys? Gifts were then presented to Mrs. Todd, Mr. Walker and Mr. Cor- dell. The Senior Class t,en sang the school song, and the pianist began the Recessional. Immediately following, everyone head- ed for the drive-in. (force of habit, I guess) From S: 30 until 7: 30, the Annual Staff sponsored a salad sup- per. Miss Veach, sponsor of the CHS Annual Staff, reports that there was a good turn-out. Those who attended rel)ort having a very enjoyable supper. This week is Dead Week. There are no school sponsored ac- tivities going on. Everyone is supposed to be home study- ing for final exam s; Finals will be held Tuesday and Wednesday of next week, The end is very near! BUMPER STICKERS r._ PRUNE IS A PLUM _