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The Clarendon Press, May 17, 1973 Page 4 Robert Word . services held Funeral services for Robertson Ingham (Bob) Word, mem- ber of a prominent pioneer family of the Panhandle, who died at his home in Hereford early Thursday morning, May 10, of a heart attack, were held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the First United Methodist Church in Hereford. Burial was in Citizens Cemetary in Clarendon at 5 p.m. Dr. W. A. Appling, pastor, Dr. Clifford Trotter of Ama- rillo and Dr. H. Doyle Ragle of Lubbock officiated at the services. The Rev. Weldon Rives, minister of the First United Methodist Church of Clarendon, assisted at the graveside rites here. Pallbearer s were: Jay Boston, Charles Hoover, A. K. Roark, Tommy Braddy, W. H. Gentry, and James W. Witherspoon of Hereford; and Dr. Charles E. Deyhle and William J. Lowe of Clarendon. Mr. Word, 47, was born February 15, 1926, inAmarillo and had lived in Canyon, Clarendon, Amarillo, Vernon and Hereford. He moved to Donley County in 1938 where his father, a short time later, became manager of the SJ Ranch north of A shtola. Graduating from high school here in 1943, he went into the United States Navy. He later gradu- ated from Texas Tech. In 1949 he married Ruth Patman. He taught vocational courses for veterans here for a short time while Mrs. Word taught in Lelia Lake. After living in Amarillo for several years, he moved to Vernon where he was employed by Quaker Oats for a num- ber of years. In 1966 he went to Hereford as manager of Southwest Feed Lots, after having been a manager of the Vernon Feed Lots. lie was an active member of the Methodist church and had attended a board meeting of the church the night before his death. Surviviors include his wife, Ruth, a 17-year old daughter, Elizabeth; and a 14-year old son, Billy; a sister, Mary Charlotte Mathers of Miles City, Montana; and his mother, Mrs. Charlotte Word of 121 S. Goliad in Amarillo. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kidd and Jan announce the arrival of a daughter and sister, Jill Dawn. She weighed 7 lbs and 8 1/2 ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pfeiffer of Denver, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kidd Jr. of Clarendon. THE OUTSTANDING Broncho Band award went to Farrell McAfe Thursday night during the All-Bands Concert. Garry Bowen, band director presents the award. (Press Photo) Jllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ., IIIlUlllflllllllllllllH!lllllllUHIgll IPPLE AGE: GOMEONE AV' TO IPLJLL IN YOUl?. TOMACN ANP you AL-REAPY /AVE. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Chamberlain of Claude and their daughter, Mrs. David Counce, and little son, David Jr. of Dallas spent Thursday in the home of Mrs. Chamber- lain's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jones. Clarendon Bands Present Their Annual Spring Concert Last Thursday evening the All School Band Spring Concert was held in the Harned Sister's Fine Arts Auditorium. The Elementary band was first to perform. They presented three pieces of contemporary accent that they had been work- ing on for several weeks. Colt band members displayed their orchestra talents with three selections of classical variety. After the Junior High presentation, Garry Bowen, director, announced the award receipiants of the year. Karla Nance and Mary Nell McGarity were selected as Outstanding Colts. Dennis Petty was named as the Most Improved. Best bands- men for the sixth, seventh and eighth grades were Anita Glass, Ellen Green and Missy Grady respectively. The Broncho Band then exhibit4s classical, contemporary and rock:.,seldtions to the approximate audience of 300. Their pieces included "Suite in Minor Mode," "Rockin' In the Fifties", "Festevo," "Minute Man," "School and Fight Songs." In between the renditions the brass sextet composed of Mike Boothe, Regina Knorpp, Janie Hall, Richard Woody, Farrell McAfee and Sue Hall played. KatrinaMesser exhibi- ted her twirling capabilities as she performed her twirling solo for the state competition to be held in June. Katrina used "Outta Space" as her background music. Once again Mr. Bowen took center stage to announce High School Award winners. Ralph McGarity was the Outstanding Freshman; Calvin Burrow, OutstandingSophomore; KimNew- house, Outstanding Junior; and Farrell McAfee was selected as Outstanding Broncho. Mike Boothe receivedtheJohnPhilip Sousa plaque and Frankie Just was honored by the U. S. Marine Youth Foundation and Band Association with a cer- tificate for "Distinguished Musicians." Bowen was presented a $50 gift certificate to John's as an appreciation gift for his efforts throughout the year. Drum Major, Twirlers Select( Twirling and drum major tryouts were held last Monday aft- ernoon for both high school and junior high. Judges Jerry Jansa, band director of McLean High School Kern Pigg, choral director of Clarendon College and Gar. ry Bowen selected Jennie Barbee as the CHS drum major witl Janie Hall, assistant. Kim Newhouse will be head twirler. Andy Eads and Karen Burgess will be the two other twirlers Cathy Hommel was selected as alternate. Next year's band leaders for Junior High will be Bubb Newhouse, drum major; assistant, Dan Hall and twirlers Dee Ann Cook and Teresa Hill. Atte d Two attend graduation n Mrs. Jim Baker and Mrs. Arthur Arnold returned Monday from Nacogdoches when they attended the graduation Satur- I | Y Ch h day of Mrs. Marjory Arnold Grady from Stephen F. Austin t J our urc University. Mrs. Grady, who is the granddaughter of Mrs. Arnold, graduated with high honors with a 3.7 four year average, majoring in math and science. She was awarded ASSEMBLY OF GOD "Sth McCtoitond R. L. Loecier, Pastor Suncloy Sunday Schoot ............... 9:45 o.m. Sunday WorShip ............ 11:00 o.m. Sunday E venlng Worship ..... 7:0O p.m. Tuesday Women's MiSsionary Council .1:00 p.m. Wednesday Wsdnesdoy Night Service .... 7:30 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Hwy. 217 Jackson R, W. Sullivan, Po|tor Sunday Sunday School .............. 10700 o.m. Sunday Worship ............ 11:00 a.m. Training Union .............. 6745 p.m. Evening Worship ............ 7:30 p.m. Woctnesdoy Wednesday N ight Service .... 8700 p. m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bugbee & Third Streets James Brandon, Pastor Sunday Sunday School ....... 9:4G a.m. Morning Worship .... lh00 a.m. Training Union ....... 6:00p.m. t,venin_g Worship ..... 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Wednesday Night .... 7:30 p. mo ST. MARK BAPTIST CHURCH Jefferson & Marflndale Albert Yerborough, Pastor Weekly Sunday Services. The pastor is from out of town. ST. STEVENS BAPTIST CHURCH Jefferson & Mortlnchllo R. E. Manning, Pastor Weekly Sunday Services. The f, astor Is from out of town. 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 OF CHRIST Rosenfeld Keorney Hubert Eromloy, Mlni|r CHUFrt.r; OF GOD IN CHRIST 303 N. Jefferson C. H, Duncan EPISCOPAL, ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST 3rd PorKS R ichird Saxor FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Sth Jefferson Woldon Rives, Pastor Sunday School ............... 9:45 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship . .. 11 :(wl o.m. Sunday N Ight Service ........ 7:00 p. m. METHODIST CHURCH JefferSon Resenfeld. Era. Scott. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 3rd Hlwiey John Hanson Sunday Sunday School .............. lg:00 o.m. Morning Worship . .: ........ 11:00o.m. Evening Worship ............ 7700 p.m. Wldnosdly Wednesday N Ight Service .... 7:30 p.m. PRESIYTIRIAN CHURCH 4th Porks Owen MCOlrity, Pallor Sunday School .............. 10700 a,m. Sunday MOrning Worship .... 9:00 n.m. :iiiji; i  i MIKE BOOTHE received the John Phillip Sousa Award I All-Bands Concert Thursday night. Director GarrY presents the awards. (Press Photo) ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH McCtellond Montgomery Father Wolko Sunday Morning Mass ....... 7: 30 o.m. othor Wolko is from Momphls. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURC;H 3rd Gorst Paul Hancock, Pastor Sunday School ......... ,, ..... 9:45 O. m. Sunday Mornltlg Worlhlp . .. li):4i0 n.m Regular Monthly Woman's Meefhrtglk MARTIN BAPTIST CHURCH Clarendon, Texas Bryan Knowles, Pastor Sunday School ........ I0 a.m. Church Service ...... II a.m. Evening Service ...... 6 p.m. Wednesday ............. 7 p.m. Sponsored by These Merchants Murphy Funeral Home Bright Newhouse People Who Care American Amicable III IIII Roddy's 66 Service Peanut's Drive-In Here to Serve Bill & Rudene Wise Clifford Grocery Cornell Texaco The Friendly Store Dood Cornell a grant to continue studies toward a masters degree. Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Arnold made a tour of the Big Thicket while in the area enjoying outings on both Lake Sam Ray- burn and Lake Livingston. AWARD WINNERS in the Junior High Band divisionThursday night at the concert Karla Nance, Mary Nell McGarity and Dennis Petty. (Press Photo) I It's a c hangtng world ..... ..... in the cattle feedinl[ business, a THE DONLEY COUNTY FEED LOTS is chanl[inl[ at the right pace. One of the m, modern cattle feeding facili in the Southwe right at your doorstep. It makes .sense to make money w tth your cattle. Let thts modern facility work for YOU. Hedley, Texas 856-