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J[e 6 The Clarendon Press, Thin. May 26, 1983 , Last Will & Testament of the Sr. Class We, the senior class of Leslie Flncher wills her 1983, of Clarendon High shoe size to Arlis Thomas. School, Clarendon, Donley Tony Floyd wills his belt Susan Thompson BYLOW FOODS Linnie Salmon CLARENDON MFG. CO. County. Texas, being of sound and disposing minds and memories, regardless of popular opinions to the con- trary, and therefore desiring to provide for the proper disposition of our various items of importance only to us and our respective es- tates, so that there may be plenty of confusion concern- ing the same after we are gone, do hereby MAKE, PUBLISH. and DECLARE this our point and singular LAST WILL AND TESTA- MENT, HEREBY in all things revoking any wills at anytime heretofore made. We hereby made a public disclaimer of any undue in- fluence by any persons with special interests in our desi- cions concerning our various gifts, devisee and bequests, and hereby direct that if any devisee mentioned in this will wishes to contest the same or object of any of the bequests herein, then that person shall receive ab- solutely nothing in lieu of the marvelous bequest which would otherwise be made to such person so contenting or objecting. And we further direct that no further action shall be taken by anyone concerning this last will and testament other than the publishing of the same in The Clarendon Press Senior Issue. Rachel Amaya wills her ability to teach Spanish to Melinda Barker to Sylvia Vaquero. Stephnnle Aiersen will her voice to Muzzy Hayes to help her cheer next year. MelJnda Barker wills her 100 dollar goosedown coat to Junior Crump. Judy Baett wills her hour glass figure to Tammi Deen. Craig Beddey wills his foot- ball savy to Dyron Howell. Earllne Bourque wills Shane back to Dore Bourque. Dennis Braddock wills his ability to keep his mouth to Brett Bryant. Dorothy Bruddock wills her ability to say "no" to Wendy McCombs. Jay Brogdea wills his diploma to Chuch Brogdon. Brett Bryant wills his way with Todd Muse to Muzzy Hayes. Neida Burrow wills her car to Traci Burch so that she can enter the demolition derby. Shalane Chamberlain wills her cowboy boots and spurs to Coach Kelm. Carmen Cbllds wills her smile to Shay Newland since it is not fake. Virginia Clifford wills her ability to date 2 people to Dyron Howell. Cars Comell wills her long slender fingers to Terri Lef- few to help her twirl. Chnrla Cramp wills her morning glory spirit to Gayla Clifford. Ray Cramp wills his dunking ability to Doug Walker. Ken Dorda wills his ability to walk and chew gum at the same time to Dyron Howell. buckle collection to the Cow- boy Hall of Fame. Den" Green wills her rope back to Sulynn and said "Thanks" that it worked but she believes that Sulynn needs it bacl to hold on. Krystal Elayworth wills Tammi Deen her ability to keep her hands off other people,s boyfriends. Kelly Hill wills his two year letterman jacket for office help to Bryan Smith. Pare Jack wills her place at the Day Care Center to Kim Lampier. Mary Jaramlllu wills her tan to Dawn May. Dymme Johnston wills her "Spider" bites to Missy Johnston. Ray Lindley wills his cow- Ray Llndley wills his "parking places" to Creed Wright and Earline Bourque. Gary Lewis wills his cow- boy know how to Dean Cearley. Floie MeCumpheH wills her quiet, calm actions in class to Lori Robinson. Brad MeGulre wills his loose fitting jeans to Tim Cole. Gerald Mills wills his ve- hicle Maintenance to Shea Green. Melody Moreman wills her large mouth to the U.S. Park Services at the Grand Can- yon. Todd Muse wills his body to Stan Garland. Terry Noble wills his Ag. skills to Keith Day. IJnnle Salmon wills her naiveness to Traci Burch. Sharon Sehwerlner wills her way with guys to Bal- lerina Teralena. John Smith wills his en- thusiastic attitude toward athletics to Joe Tortes. Tami Swinney wills her boy friends back to their home towns. Susan Thompson wills her drugs to Darrell Thomas. Cindy Topper wills her visiting hours at the college to Kristen Walker. Fabhm Tortes wills his ability to teach Spanish to Mrs. Hayes. Klm Uptergrove wills her smile to Kim Lampier so that she will have one. Klmbei Wilson wills Scott Lewis' marriage proposal to anyone who will take it. David Weatherton wills his ability to swim to Curley- head. Darey Youngbioud wills her way with younger guys to Michele Mays. Mary Jaramillo MRS. BROMLEY Krystal Hayworth DONLEY COUNTY ABSTRACT SPANISH CLUB Carnation Sahm.Dean Green, Patrlee Shields mad Brett Bryant. Illll I i i Drama Club by MELODY MOREMAN The 1982-83 Drama Class had a very exciting but unusual year. The class worked very hard and con- tributed a great deal to the 82-83 year. At the beginning of the year the class consisted of 9 girls and 1 boy; a very unusual number for trying to find a play. But we came through with great success. The class which consisted of nine seniors, Kim Wilson, Krystal Hayworth, Shalane Chamberlain, Charla Crump, Carmen Childs, Leslie Fin- chef, Tammy Swinney, Melody Moreman, and Vir- ginia Clifford and one Jr., Jack Downer. The first production the class did was a comical skit for one of the pep rallys. The members of the cast were dressed as the television, start the Little Rascals. Then it was on to more serious productions. The class did a candle light ceremony on th6 Quality of Success at one of the pep rallys. When December came around, the class was hard at work on their Christ- mas play. The play the class decided on was a western version of Charles Dickens' "Christmas Carol". The cast consisted of Kim Wilson as Bob Cratchitt; Jack Downer as Ebenezer Scrooge Shalane Chamberlain as Marley's Ghost and Mary; Carmen Childs as the Spirit of Christmas Past; Krystal Hayworth as Scrooge's girl- friend and Lizzie; Virginia Clifford as Young Scrooge; Melody Moreman as the Spirit of Christmas Present; Leslie Fincher as Tiny Tim; Charla Crump as Mrs. Cratchit; Tami Swinney as the Spirit of Christmas Future. The play was a big success with all the high school kids as well as junior high and Elementary. As the second semester started, the Drama Class added three more to their clan. Pare Jack, Todd Muse and Brett Bryant were added to the class. As soon as everyone was back in the swing of things, the class was hard at it trying to find a Jay Brogdon Mooring Bait & Tackle Kim Wilson, play for the U.I.L. contest in March. Mrs. Mooring had a difficult time finding a play that was made for 10 girls and 3 guys, but as always she found one. After the class worked three weeks on the drama "Juvie" the play was turned down by the U.I.L., so the class was in search of a new play. Finally we were able to find one that suited the class. The cast of the Mellar-Drammer Foiled By an Innocent Maid was Ferguson Longfellow, the villain played by Jack Downer; Faith Hopeweil, the young heroine of the play, played by Melody Moreman; Letitia Carrnthers, the deaf great-grandmother, played by Shalane Chamberlain; Racheal Follansbee, the middle aged grandmother, played by Charla Crump; Maude Filbert was played by Kryst'al Hayworth and Jimmy, the hero was played by Todd Muse. The play started out very well. But two weeks before the U.I.L. contest, Jack Downer broke his leg in an accident. So our villain was no more. But Kim Wilson came to our rescue and played the part of Ferguson Longfellow very well. The play was 3rd at District. Kim Wilson was chosen for the All-Star Cast and Melody Moreman was Best Actress. I i Marantha by DYANNE JOHNSTON & NELDA BURROW Maranatha is a non-de- nominational religious or- ganization which is for all high school students. Our 1982-83 Maranatha officers were: President- Dyanne M. Johnston, Vice- President-Nelda Burrow, Secretary-Wayne Chamb|iss, Reporter-Taralena Cole, and Corresponding officers- Sharon Schwertner and Rachel Bowling. Maranatha had a great turnout for our Eighth An- nual Maranatha Spring Ban- quet this year. Maranatha, which was started by our wonderful sponsor Mrs. Janice Johnston has been a total success. She has helped make Maranatha what it is today. Maranatha would not be an organization without the help of these members and sponsor: Dyanne M. John- ston, Darcy Youngblood, Nelda Burrow, Rachel Amaya, Sharon Schwertner, Wayne Chambliss, Lisa Brister, Joe Tortes, David Porter, Taralena Cole, Missy Johnston, Rosalinda Amaya, Rachel Bowling, Leri Mays, Donna Ford, Janet Risley and Mrs. Janice Johnston. We have had a very good year. We have had much success with our bake sales, car washes, and slave sale. We get support from every- one and we are very appreci- ative. Greenbelt Ford Carmen Childs CABLE TV Brett Bryant James F. Hayes & David Weatherton Mary's Country Darcy Youngblood B$ON':