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The Clarendon Press, June 7, 1973, Page 2 Bif0cals + Can you imagine driving 17 hours to get homo Qd then finding that your parents were out of town? That's exact- ly what happened to Linda and Gary Childs. Gary came in from work on a Friday afternoon and asked Linda (nee Vanghan) ff she would like to drive to Clarendon. Llnda must have broken all speed records for packing, be-. cause the couple arrived here after lunch on Saturday. Much to their dismay, Lindats parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ken.. neth Vanghan, were in Austin. After a long distance phone call, Kenneth and Melha Ruth arrived home around II p.m. Gary is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Childs of How- ardwick. It surely is nice to see Hockaday student, Laurie Smith, home for the summer. The MeXican Fiesta Saturday night at the train depot was terrific! Everyone really he.d loads of fun. And the food -- never have tamales tasted so goodl! Jane Gtlkey of Waxahachte came up last week to keep care of granddaughter Jemflfer. Daughter Meltnda Mc- Anear was with son Todd in Amarillo. Todd bad a blocked tear duct which required minor surgery. Please pass the chicken stock -- I have poached eggs up to my ears that would be Just perfect for Egg Drop Soup. No matter what I did I Just could not seem to make a per- fect poached egg! After getting the water to boil, I slipped the egg into the pot. The eggs Just didn't turn out right. In- stead, they looked like a hybird spluettt or a Picao sunburst. The remedy to the situation was simple--I bought a little utensil that the egg is broken into and is placed in the boiling water. There's a handle to pull the egg out of the water. Thank heaven for little utenstlsl STRANGE ANIMAL TALES Billy Jack and Helen Land were in Red River a couple of weekends ago. When they got back, they noticed that some coffee cans, antique bottles and practice goff balls were knoeknd off a shelf onto the floor. Later they found out there was a baby opossum in the pral The Chuck Dehyles had a mole in their yard. This little creature had almost destroyed their garden, irees and yard. One day Frances saw the animal burrowing underground. She stopped the thin by stabbiz it. Jan Roberts had nephew Chad spending the night with her Monday night. Chad's bed was at grandma Ruby's house. Instead of going to the trouble of mov/ the bed, Jan Just made the tyke a bed from one of her dresser drawersl The B.3, Moorings and Pam have been in Austin. Their sen Gary and his wife are living there now and are really en- Joy/ng it. t I Earl Endy has returned home from California where he made an extended visit in the home of relatives. Mrs. Billy Ahcraft went to Memphis Monday where she at- tended to business. !i i tl MR8. TERRY DALE DRUM Sandi'a Kay Boldez became the bride of Terry Dale rum in a double ring ceremony Saturday afternoon inGroomChurch of Christ. Remember the old tune that went something like, "Take off your coat, throw it in the corner. Dance all night, dance a little longer," etc...? The words to that melody pretty well describes Saturday night' s"Mexican F iesta" The food, decorations and music were excenentl I don't know when tamales tasted so good. Not to mention the bean dip mchos and toaetadosl The Country Impressions were responsible for the enter- tainment. And, I'm telling you they really know their stuffl People that hadn't venturedout on a dance floor in years were stepping high. Not even the multi spUtlevel dance floor clattered the toe tappers. I think Janice Roberts out to be voted "auctioneer of the season." How she ever kept those bids straight and her Spanish too, I'll never know! Bobby Boston could've walked away with every wall hanging there, if he'd only raised the bid a $1.00 -- in'stead of 30 1!! Annton Riggs got a brief aerial view of the whole dancing areal I've never seen anyone quite so lad to come back down to ear,hi I wasn't quite sure until mid-afternoon Sunday, but even our ',corner cat topper" enjoyed himselfl All right Clarendon you've got just three weeks to recooper- ate nd prepare for July 4t! Remember the Alka-Seltzer!! All you college exes are going to want to kick yourselves if you don't attend the reunion thisweekend. This isnq going to be your "typiCal college reunion." Come on and attend. Besides over 150 people from last year's reunion didn't seem to think the reacquaintancethe sameold seven and sLxl The George Smiths are giving the Clarendon hospitality treatment to their guests, C. C. Whtttenburg of Amarillo and Bonnie Bass of Dallas. Laurie has already intro- duced her friends to the country club and "the beaches" of Greenbelt Lake! Mike Graham, senior accounting student at Texas Tech, received word recently that he had qualified for the Dean's Honor Roll for the spring semester. Mike's major may be ccounting, but from the looks of the immaculate way the Graham yard is kept, I'd say his true calling is botanyl When Mike isnq in school at Lub- bock, he's managing a very envious flower garden at home plus a larger one at the family farm. The Chuck Deyhles had a house full for the "depot dance" Saturday evening. Daughter, Sandy, and husband, Jim, came in from Wichita Falls; son, Charlie, and his house guest, Donna Tarver of Wellington and daughter, Becky, all head- quarted at the homeplace this weekend. Charlie left bright and early Monday morning for the Tech summer session. Becky headed for er summer Job near Kerrvllle, where she will be employed as the Arts and Crafts Director of the Heart of the Hills Summer Camp. Betty Young of Houston has been spending this week with her sister-in-law, Vera Lewis. If you're a needlepoint fiend, you might volunteer your talents to Betty. She's un- dertaken the project of the year in that crafts category!! Teacher Earnestine Mooring was chosen Teacher of America for 1973. Nominated by her earlier this year, she was selected for this of her professional and civic Outstanding Elementary Teachers awards program honoring distinguished men for their exceptional services, achievements in the field of elementary education. Each year, ies of those honored are featured in the OUTSTANDING ELEMENTARY TEACHERS OF These educators are nowl eligibleto Elementary Teacher of unrestricted grants will be awarded to schools ed by American's five Outstanding Elementary Distinguished Judges, along with the Board of select five Lndlvitlual elementary teachers tlds way, the program thanks the teacher and the their contributions to continuing excellence education. In announcing award winners to GLlbert Beers, director of Outstanding of America program, stated: "The men and this high honor have explored new paths, insights and effectively communicated their their students and colleagues. They are ers." Guidelines for selection ino classroom, contributions to research, ties, civic service and professional recogniUon. Heading the Board of Advisors is V. Serving with him are Dong Blankenship, pasipre Jaycees; John Patterson, former governor of Richards, director, WheaUes Sports A. Rose, chairman of board, General tion; Will Rose, president, Involvement; James more, Jr., past president, U. S. Jaycees; president, National Audubon Society; and Dr. Tamblyn, executive secretary, Offlcient for the ceremony was Joe Blakeney, minister of Church of Christ in Whitney. iii!iiiii!ii!:iiiiiil iiii:::::::: ....................... i::i!i::i::iiiiiiiiii!i!ii I Senior Citizens meet ++,,+++++ r Mrs. Rouny Fields, sister of bride, was matron of honor. Sharon Blakeney of Whitney was maid of honor. Lyntta Brown and Debbie Fields of Groom were bridesmaids. Carma Swires of Canadian was flower girl. Carroll Woodard of Panhandle was best man. Groomsmen were Kenny Drum of Lubbock, Billy Drum of Hedley and Ronnie Fields of Groom. Russell Littlefleld was ringbearer. After a short trip the couple will be at home in Lubbock where Mr. Drum is employed. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Bolden of Groom and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Drum of Hediey. Senior Citizens Fun after Fifty me, Saturday at Lions Club Hall. The program was presented by Rev. James Brandon and family. The Brandons showed colored slides of Brazil with a duet sang by Nessa, age G, and Sarita, age 2. Elesha and Janna also sang a duet in Portuguese. Members registered in the gues book and then played games of 42. Outstanding achivement awards were presented to Mr. and Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Blanche Gray, Frank Lyles and C. L. Hamilton. The door prize was giveh to Mrs. A. Spradiing. There were 51 present. A tribute Was giveninhoner of Mrs a+xy Brumley. Thought for the day was given by Mrs. Florence Hester, president. There will be no July meeting. Yes, your farm machinery be insured against loss Knorpp Insurance ........ for approximately per $100 of value. 2+":..._. Men's Knit Shirts (Regular & the Men's Pants Sports.Coats $2.95 Up.... ..w Sow Tee,) $12-$25 $39.95 $69.95 $2-$4.50 Haggar K other The Most name brands Modern Styles Belts $1.50+.$6 Campus & Van Husen Shirts S3.98-S8.95 Socks 65-$1.50 WALT KNORPP PH. llLeO00L 0 t s PI Comfortable &Durable Playcloths by Health-Tex,. DO00oDy00n&& Nikk, Lu PRICED FROM $1.75 UP The Tumbleweed 212 S. Sully Clarendon Billfolds s2.so-rs Shoes for men ,t may be our life insurance, S9.95-S27,95 but it's your life. Who's . going to make sure one fits The Lot St the other? :; A professional. outhwestern Lle B Happiness is what we sell. immdm, Texm 874-