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The Clarendon Press, May 17, 1973 Page 6 Mrs. Ruth Rhoades and Barry of Amarillo visited Saturday morning with the Hubert Rhoades and Clyde Butle'i t, who is in Medical Center Nursing Home. Mr. and Mrs. Micky Thomas and baby of Pampa spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hearn. Mrs. Joe Green underwent surgery at Neblett Clinic Hos- pital in Canyon Wednesday. She is recuperating aswell as can be expected at this time and Horace Green spent several days this past week at the hospital with her. Mrs. Horace Green and Beth visited with her Friday afternoon and Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Green were in Canyon to see her Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ray Holley of Aries,a, N. Mex., spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Doss Finley. Mrs. L. O. Christie visited Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Donald Odom. Mrs, Hubert Rhoades returned Monday from her trip to Rosell, N. Mex., and Elida, N. Mex. She visited a few days with her sister and family. Enroute home she spent Monday night in Grady, N. Mex. with the Roy Rush family, who have a new baby girl. Monday Mary Rush and Sue Rhoades had lunch with the F. A. Grahams in Frtona. ............ Mar tin-Ashtola Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mahaffey visited in Pampa with Mrs. Grace Hester and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gill Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Roehr visited with Mr. and Mrs. Doss Finley Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Hearn and family of Garland spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hearn. Paula and Jama Chamberlain and Jason Green spent the night with Ellen Green Saturday and had breakfast Sunday morning. Hubert Rhoades and Doss Finley attended the FHA chicken barbeque Tuesday night. Frank Lyle of Clarendon visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hearn. Mrs. John Just and her mother, Mrs. T. A. Nelson, and Mrs. Harvey Dunn of Pampa were in Amarillo Wednesday visiting Mrs. Mary Myers who is a patient in a Amarillo hospital. Doss Finley made a business trip to Claude Wednesday. Mrs. Harold Green of Phillips and Mrs. Austin Rhoades of Medical Center Nursing Home visited Thursday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Rhoades and Mrs. Green visited Mrs. Skeet Brown enroute home. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Watson had dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Cole and family. Also having dinner were Mrs. Doris Mills and child of Clarendon, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Watson, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adenia and Bill Moss. Mr. and Mrs. Clerm Duggan of Canyon spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Doss Finley. Mr. and Mrs. Robin Green and family of Amarillo had sup- per with the Horace Greens Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Dora Joyner of Amarillo spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Ollie Nelson, cad-her sister, Mrs. Bonnie Koontz. ":.:..* "'* -.= Mrs. Minnie Taylor of Leedy, Okla., spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Partain. Mr. and Mrs. James RileyofSpearman and daughter, Kim and son of Lavern, Okla. spent Sundaywith Mr. and Nuford Dill. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mahaffey and Hugh spent Day in Pampa with her mother, Mrs. Grace Hester sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gill. Robert Partain's sister, Betty, is ln the Amarillo. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Odom and family visited Mrs. Tom Odom Sunday. Tarry and Garry Bible visited Sunday ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clovis Bible. Mr. and Mrs. Skeet Brown and Gary and Rhoades had Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Rhoades. Spending Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. S. and Mrs. Dan Perdue, Dana and Katherine and Todd and boys, all of Levelland. Will see you all next week. FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE: Lady Kenmore Washer and Dryer reasonable 874-3679. GARAGE SALE: Thursday Only 3rd and Holly. FOR SALE: Ping Pong table, 2 sections folded, complete with net. Call 874-3501. FOR SALE: 90 cc Suzuki 1971 model. 874-3457. FOR SALE: 1959 Dodge. Good motor, $100.00, 874-2512 after 5 p.m. FOR SALE: Lots 380 and 361 on David Street. Seminole Ad- dition. $1,000 at Sherwood Shores. 806-744-3005. F.M. Chancey FOR SALE: Plainsman's toma- to plants. Also border Collie puppies for sale, $25. Phone 874-3355 or H. L. Bond. FOR SALE: Rock slabs of all kinds. Agites, flint, Jasper, pe- trified wood. Also geods. Joe Wells, 176Rosemarie, Howard- wick, 874-3738. MOBIL HOME: 14 by 80 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, cellar and patio. Landscape and fruit trees. 874-3961 or Sherwood Of- rice. FOR SALE: Boy Scout suit, nearly new. Contact Veda Mahaffey at Ashtola. 1954 Deqoto - Good Clean Car ready to restore for showpiece. Reasonable- Maxine Weaver. Claude, Tex. 79019 FOR SALE: Pontoon boat with two Evlnrude 30 h.p. electric start motors and trailer. Call 874-3854. FOR SALE: Trailer hitch to fit on pickup. Call 874-3719. FOR SALE: Hand crocheted dresser scarfs, bedspreads, tablecloth, dish rags and pot lifters. Call 874-3838. FOR SALE: Bunkbeds, $75, ex- cellent condition or trade for good full size box spring and mattress. Call 874-2342. FOR SALE: 7-month old dish- washer, $125.00. small deep- freeze, $20.00. Phone 874- 3922. FOR SALE: Antique clocks shipped from Germany. Some grandfather and some wall clocks. Call 874-2438. FOR SALE: New Hog farrow- ing crate for sale. Valued at $85, will take $50. Call 874-3748. Nearly New 5 cu. ft. refri- gerator. Ideal for office or den. 874- 3826 evenings. FOR SALE: Electric roaster on stand with turner. Call Blocker Apart men, s-- 874- 2588. FOR SALE: One I sack gasoline powered concrete mlxer--$ 250. Phone 874-3547. FOR SALE: Cash register. Call 874-2530. FOR SALE: 1G Ft. Boat and Trailer, with GO H.P. Johnson Motor. $750.00 Willard Skel- ton. FOR SALE: Two bedroom house. Two lots, five closets, paneled living room, nearly new concrete cellar. Call 874-2029. FOR SALE: Inner spring mattress and box springs. In good condition. Call 874o3618. 12 GOOD Commercial Lots: Hwy 287 in city limits of Claude. Maxine Weaver, Claude, Tex. 79019. FOR SALE: Red Top Cane seed 95% germ. 18.00 /cwt. W. C. Thornberry 874-2294. FOR SALE: Brown, 81-inch Early American couch. Call 226-6311, Claude. Price $20. HOUSE FOR SALE: 5 room, utility, carpeted, storage, ex- ceptionally clean. 874-2471. FOR S.LE: 8 track AM-FM stereo tape deck - home unit speakers & ear phones 874- 2063. EARLY HEGARI select seed booking order until May first. Sacked, treated, tagged. 90% germination @ $12.00 per cwt. Paul Hood, Claude, Texas Phone 226-6881. FOR SALE: Maytag wringer type washer, $25; HotpointDry- er, $20; G. E. refrigerator, $20. Harold Taylor, last house on left side, South Sailfish Drive, Sherwood Shores. OVERHEAD garage door for sale. Call 874-3497. FOR SALE: Treadle sewing machine. Excellent condition. 874-2420 after 5 p.mo FOR SALE: 1 venetian blind 36 by 36, 1 venetian blind 3C by 24 Contact 874-2103, Clar- endon, Texas. FOR SALE: 1 wooden porcl: swing 54 by 15. 1 wall hanging laboratory.Call 874-2163, Clar- endon, Tex. FOR SALE: 2-edge mirrors 27 by 18 contact 874-2103. Clar- endon. FOR SALE: 1969 Pontiac hard- top Catalina. Loaded withex- tras and new tires $1200.00. Contact Jerry Hill, Claude, Texas 79101. FOR SALE: ttome 4-bedrooms, 2 baths, or can be 2-bedroom home with an apartment with a block of land. Reasonable priced. Phone 2140. LEFT IN LAY-AWAY: Elec- trophonic component stereo with built in tape player AM. FM radio Garrard Turntable 00 watts 10 speaker system original price $399.95 assume balance of $245 or $10 monthly payments MartinSoundCenter corner of Georgia and I 40 W olfin Square, Amarillo. First $2,000.00 Will Buy Mrs. W.A. Poovey Home. First House North Of Blocker Apartments Joe L0vell will show Ray Appliance Service GENERAL ELECTRIC FRANCHISE  DEALER HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF AIR CONDITIONING FREEZER AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE & REPAIRS D. P. RAY, OWNER CLARENDON, TEXAS 874-3801 FOR SALE: Well located 2 bedroom house, garage, inside lot. 2 bedroom house on big cor- ner lot, double car garage with good storage. Baker Agency 874-2384. CUSTOM SLAUGHT AND PROCESSING Monday Thru Friday Country Bacon & Grain Fed Beef Front Quarter Hind I HOMEN MEAT CO MP ANY PHONE 874-2154 CLARENDON, jobs on weekends and evenings. Phone 874-2540. Call after 6 p.m. FOR SALE: Country Club mem- bership. $150. Call 874-2512 after 5 p.m. i Clarendon College is accepting sealed bids on construction of a slab floor to receive a 50' x 60  steel building on the campus. Bids should be submitted to Kenneth D. Vaughan no later than May 24, 1973, at 12 noon at the office of the president in the Administration Building. Specifications and information may be acquired at the president's office. Clarendon College reserves the right to refuse any and all bids. FOR SALE: Hegarl seed WANTED:Smallearpenter thrasher run. $6 a hundred. FOR SALE: Registered Peki- rHigh Band festi al heldohere C. R. Shields 874-.9.08. nese puppies, 7 weeks old. Call Ju n io v FORSALE: 1969 Pontiac power FOR SALE: Golf clnbs. Wll- Friday marked the day for Judges were Kern Plgg, Clarendon Elementary, H; ngt. o , ; , and air t $950 and 1966 Chev. 4- son Staff Pro Line Irons, 2 the Clarendon Elementary and Clarendon College Chorus McLean Junior High, H in Jumor High s I in cone door,$550. BobBel1874-3508. irons thruwedge. Less than2 Junior High BandFestival. Director andGeraldWoodof "concert; Clarendon Junior sightreadlng; and Be' u H II nior Hi h I years old. Call 874-3339. Nine area schools took part in Panhandle. Katrina Messer igh, in concert; I in sight- g , Bid Notice the competition held in the was responsible for judging reading; Memphis Junior Solo and Ensembl.e:  Clarendon College Fine Arts the twirling entrees. High, l ln concert, It in sight- winners for ClarenOO, ii:( i piing sealed Auditorium. Final results of the day is reading; Sbarmock, II in con- Ken Slavin, Coronet, I -,,=_j -- as follows: cert. I in stghtreadlng; Wel- Nell McGarity, cor a 50' x 60 j i !  Flute Trio: Laurie St zbmttted to " len Green, Pat Odom, 24, '3, at 12 i mini s ion Buildin8 WANTED:. To buy old pocket inet Trio: Karla NanC knives and pocketwatches.874- Riggs, Rosalind Sh nd r atlon ma 2577. Ellen Green, Flute, Smith, saxophone, ge r :yes the ri{ Why do we run one of the patti page, twirling, WANTED: Agoodusedtype-WHNT P VV " " " writer. CallMrs.JimW.Baker. best agent training schools in Bid Notice so the business? It makes our Car NEEDED: Farm-Ranch listings WANTED Clarendon College is accepting sealed bids on the erection of a 50 p x 60' steel building on the campus. Bids should be submitted to Kenneth D. Vaughan no later than May 24,.1973, at 12 noon at the office of the president in the Administration Building. Specifications and information may be acquired at the presi- dent's office. Clarendon College rserves the right to refuse any and all bids. l 10th, A martllo 373-3456. Have Buyers, Plngel 2316 W. FOR SALE WANTED: Experience farm hand, age 25-50, married. Call after 8 p.m. 806 352-0174 or 352-4210. LOT: Children's pet. Blue murial Collie named Bonnie. Tag #84. Reward. PunkCamp- bell, 874-2042. URGENTLY NEEDED: Strong man to assist disabled lawyer from bed to wheelchair, to of. lice and return. Frank Dove Panhandle, Texas Phone 537- 3764 9-4. Home 537-3682. WANTED: Lawns to mow. Contact Hugh Mahaffey. Call 874-2153. FOR RENT FOR RENT: Apartments, 1 and 2 bedroom. Call 874-3372. FOR RENT: Furnished apart- ment. Close-in and all bills paid. Call 874-2392. FOR RENT: Furnished apart- ment. Adults only. No pets. Blocker Apts. 874-2588. NOTICE CC exes reunion set The Clarendon College Exes will have their annual reunion this year on June 9th and 10th. Honor classes are the classes of 1923 and 1948. A personal inviation is extended to these exes of the honor classes. Registration for the reunion will begin at l0 a.m. on Sat- urday, June 9th in the college cafeteria, The Ex-Student Association Committees have planned a fun-filled day for all with an art displaY, golf tournament, bridge, tours of Ag Farm, Greenbelt Lake and college campus. In the eve- ning they have scheduled a chicken barbque with all.the trimmings. Everyone is invited to the church of their choice Sunday morning, following church services there will be a Sunday luncheon at the Lion*s Clttb Building for all exes. We hope that all exes and especially local exes will Join us on June 9 and I0 for the Annual Clarendon College Ex- Student Reunion. Below is an advanced reservation form. Please fill out and return the form, regardless if you plan to attend the reunion or not. We would appreciate and need a current address o: you on file. Advanced Reservation Form CC Reunion Name ......................... Address ............... ...... Tlckts for Saturday night Barbque $2.50 each ( ) -- Tickets for Sunday luncheon $2.50 each ( ) ...... Annual membership dues $2.00 Will play in Golf Tournament ( ) Will not play ( ) Indicated above number of tickets desired. Make check pay- able to Clarendon College Ex-Student Association. Mail to Clarendon College, % Darlene Spier Ex-Student Secretary PO Box 968, Clarendon, Texas 79226. The Commissioners Court of Donley County, Texas, will sit as an Equalization Board on Thursday t May 24, at 10 a.m. at the courthouse of Clar- endon, to consider the rendi- tions presented by the Tax Col- lector and Assessor for 1973. Homms In Clarendon and Memphi Also Farms and Ranches Listings Wanted SANDER'S Real Estate Oneta Sandera 820 8outh AHen 874-2533 BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR NEXT STEEL BUILDING Call: Tech-Steel Building Manufacturers Borger, Texas Phone 806-274-2562 or write Box 532 Borger, Texas II II Patients Needed MEDICAL CENTER Nursing Home has vacancies for four residents. Male or Female. If interested call 874-3760, I I Special Buy FIRST QUALITY, name brand 8-track tapes. Top artists, RCA, Ampex, Decca, etc. Get them now for only $2.99 at HENSON'S. III ;: '' agents something else.  Professional. Southwestern Li B Happiness is what; we sell. H.M. (Flip) Breedlove Phone 874-2407 Clarendon, Texas Clarendon Cattle Co., Inc. Good Young Stock Cows for Sale-- Age Guaranteed Stocker Calves for Sale-w, w,i put them out on gain basis--sell them to you and buy them back for future delivery. Will aid you in financing of cattle on the gain or buy-back deals. William M. 'Bill' Porter 874-3314 or 874-3936 Reagan Bain 874-2392 Ranch 874-3901 1973 Plymouth 4 chased by J. Amarillo, from 1973 Oldsmobile 4 chased by Ray E. Amarillo, from Motor Co. 1973 Oldsmobile chased by Jimmie H. A marillo, from Motor Co. 1973 Cadillac 4 chased by Ben R. Chlldress, from Motor Co. 1973 Buick 4 door, sed by L. L. Li from Chamberlain 1973 Oldsmobile 4 chased by R. M. Ellis phis, from CO. 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