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a super time ta FHA. Mrs. At our we elected of- were: Presi- Braddock; Dalyn mp; Projects ; Pub. Thompson; Cara Cornell; Krystal Hay- Dena was started off : Watermelon feast has a from the party was the for the get acquainted Other CHS stu- every drew a name player and then "Guar- This lasted for this time player and numerous his locker or car. these projects sisters, a box Christmas party, ! stuffed animals. of our FHA Our Sweetheart for the chose, "Love of the songs Were, "What's "Love Lift Us Belong," and and I". The a tremendous Lewis was Beau. Charla S Sweetheart. was FHA the area Mrs. Butts, , Brad. Wilson. The tttended the State Mrs. Butts, and Patrice Everyone had a these things that this year, hap. of several But, most t must go to Mrs. Put her time and into what she And because of Wire a success. t t lot of long hours to produce an the annual is waits to see if have made will Year in July four members and went to an in Area- were Shalane rlain, Sharon I)yanne John. Chambliss editors for t annual). the an- and a decided upon. for this year's "It started with a Ended with a theme was it fits the Well as the stu- i chosen because first starts for a is excited everything is become Very sad to leave. staff pays for each year by the an- the Beauty and the Without the annual would "Clarendon High. goto in any annual. that everyone annual, The Clarendon Pre, Thurs. May 26, 1983 Varsity Girls Track by SUSAN THOMPSON The Lady Broncos were very successful this year. They attended four track meets before district, these included: Shamrock, White Deer, Miami and Amarillo. They won all of these meets and brought home several relay trophies to be displayed in the school. The District 2-AA Meet was held at Shamrock. All of the girls competed very well and they won the track meet by 31 points. 1"b Lady Broncs won 8 of the 1 e," ....... which qualified these win- ners to Regional. They also had 3 other girls finish second which also qualified for Regional. The Region I-AA Meet was held in Lubbock. The Lady Broncs took 10 girls to this meet. After the fine effort given by these girls, the team finished second in the overall competttton. We had one Regional Champ, Muzzy Hayes in the 100 hurdles. They qualified four events to the State Meet in Austin. The State Meet was held at Austin on May 7 and the Lady Broncs participated in the mile relay. The girls on the relay were Susan Thomp- son, Connie Garmen, Mary K. (Muzzy) Hayes, Linda Weatherton, and ALT. Gayla Clifford. Muzzy also ran the 100 m low hurdles and Linda Weatherton competed in the triple jump and the 200. These girls all worked hard and ended up with 6th place in the Mile Relay, 2nd place in the 200, 4th place in the hurdles, and 5th place in the Page 7 triple jump. The Iady Broncs had a great season and all of the girls should be commended on the excellent job they have done. The girls were coached by Ted Allen-Head, Sam Haynes and Norman Wright- Assistants. We also received a lot of help and support trom coaches Dudley Kelm and Ted Wiley We would also like to thank all of the people who supported us all year. Senior at Homecoming Literary by DOROTHY BRADDOCK The 1983 literary team consisted of some very talented individuals. This year they won district by a landslide. First, second and third places advanced to the Regional Meet in Lubbock. In typing Dalyn Croslin placed third but was unable to compete because of an- other event. Ken Dorris placed first in number sense. Leland Howell placed in second and Dyron Howell was alternate with fourth place. In spelling Shalane Chamberlain placed first and Judy Hightower placed third. Mary K. Hayes placed first in newswriting. Kim Wilson placed fourth. In feature writing Dalyn Croslin placed first. Krystal Hayworth placed third and Dena Green was fourth. Dalyn Croslin also placed first in headlines. Doug Walker was second and Todd Muse placed fourth in this event. In Editorial writing, it was a clean sweep. Dorothy Braddock placed first. Brad McGuire placed second, and Dyron Howell placed third. Others who competed were Mary K. Hayes and Amy Hancock in typing; Lisa Brister in spelling and Doug Walker, Ken Don'is and Cara Cornell in ready writing. The Regional Meet this year was held at the Texas Tech campus in Lubbock. Clarendon left with the most points out of 46 conference AA schools. Those placing at Lubbock were: Ken Dorris, third in number sense; Judy Hightower, fifth in spelling and Shalane Chambedaln, sixth; Krystal Hayworth, first in feature writing; Dalyn Croslln, first in headlines and Doug Walker, fourth and Dorothy Braddock, second in editorial writing. The first," second and third place win- ners advanced to the State Meet in Austin. The state competition took place on the University of Texas' campus in Austin. Dalyn Croslin placed fifth in headline writing. Dorothy Braddock placed first in edi- torial writing. Krystal Hay- worth competed in feature writing. This year was a great year for the 1983 literary team. It showed that C,H.S. is not only made up of very fine athletes, but also of very intelligent youth who show a great promise for the future. All of the students worked hard. Each one should be commended for a job well done. Mrs. Hayes, the literary coach, Mrs. Howell, the number sense coach, and Miss Veach should also be congratulated for the super job they have done. F'F'A" by RAY LINDLEY This year has been a very active one for the FFA. Through the help and sup- port of the community sev- eral thing have been made possible, in the past, these were just dreams and now they are real. A new twenty foot goose- neck trailer was purchased. Donations were collected which paid for half of the trailer while the Ag depart- ment paid the other half. This trailer has really bene- fited the Chapter by the fact that more animals can be hauled with much less effort. A county show sale was held this year for the first time. Buyers turned out real well and the sale was a big success. Over $13,000 was raised which really helped out the exibitors. The Ag farm is really coming along. All of the pens are finished and at the present time a fence is being erected around the whole farm. The farm provides a place for many town students to keep their animals who otherwise would have been unable to have an animal. The annual FFA Banquet was also a big success. Over 450 guests attended the ban- quet. The chicken was especially good this year. The cooks were: Pete Land, Doyce Graham, Mike Graham, Skeet Brown, Doss Finley and Hubert Rhoades. The FFA members would like to give a special thanks to the community for its support and to Mr. Duncan and Mr. Stevens for putting up with us all year. ,"THANKS". RAY LINDLEY md Krys llsywo. SHALANE CILt.MBEAIN, Dorothy Bead. dock, Kim Uptorgreve and Cam Comdl. Kid Day 1983 BRAD MCGUIRE and Patrlee Sldelds. MELODY MOREMAN KEN DORRIS and KIm WUma. Western Skies Motel L SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS Stavenhagen and Mrs.