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, r------------ 61focals i I AROUND The Warren Hardlns and Paula had delightful and, to say to phone the police station and leave their name and location. Wasn't that a great wayto spend two hours on Sunday after- noon? The wildflowers along the roadbetweenGoodnight and Ash- tola are absolutely unbelievablel! There are red yellowand blue flowers on the median between the two highways. Marti (Mrs. Kenneth) Price has beenworklng diligently on a christening gown for son, Neat, the last couple of days. Even though she's in such a tlzzy Martl was great enough to give me two of her favorite salad recipes, a fruit sauce recipe and a dessert. ICE CREAM DESSERT 1/2 gallon (vanilla or butter pecan ) ice cream 1 roll unbaked butterscotch cookies 1 Jar chocolate or caramel topping -- OR -- 1/2 Jar of each. Bake cookies, crumble and place half in bottom of 9" x 13" pan. Slice ice cream andplaceon top of cookies. Pour topping on and add rest of cookie crumbs to top. the least, unusual guests Sunday afternoon. Around 3 p.m. a car full of girls ad a guy pulled up in the Hardin's drive at Ashtola. The nine girls and their guide were touring the U.S. and wanted to see not Just the big sights of Texas, but the slghtsthat aren't normally seen by tourists. So, they took the road to the Hardin's. The glrls were from Japan, France,Holland, Taiwan and Denmark. Two were from Israel and two were from Swit- zerland. These glrl% throughout the last year, have been studying in the northeast part of the U.S. Their guide was from Holland and works in a tax office there. These girls were shown the Hardin's farm -- their cotton and irrigation system The Hardins then took the entour- age to Hall HardinPs field so that the girls could see a "walk- ing" irrigation system. One of the students saidthat Just the land the Hardin's home and garage is r ]would make an im- mense farm in her homeland. The Hardins have Mexican tenants onthelr farm. The stu- dents met two of the Mexican girls and said that they had never met anyone from Mexico. Another carload of girls took a Jiffere.t route. Both cars were to meet in A marillo at the first Exxon Station on A mar- lllo Boulvard. If one car didn't find the other, they were SUMMER SALE on CHILDREN'S CLOTHING Sizes Infant.-Toddler--3-6X--7-14 Thursday, Friday, Saturday ,T00he TUMBLEWEED 212 S. Sully Clarendon, Texas I I i i I Illl II IIii John's CERTAIN-TO-PLEASE IJlF pU00llllg Sport Coats & Suits by Johnny Ca rson & Clubman Knit Shirts & Slacks by Munsingwear Sizes to Shirts 28 to 48 Slacks Sizes 36 to 50 I Cla renclon, Texa s Tex Selvidge really has the dieter's secret! skinny now everyone is hounding him for his success I don't know whether it's a coincidence or not, but loss came just about the time Norma was touring the cal houses and companies across the country. There be some truth in the old ylng, "The food just good when you cook it yourIfl '' THESE GIRL SCOUTS had lots of fun swimming Tuesday at Girl Scout Camp, which is going on at the camp north of Clarendon. This is the time of year the girls look forward to, as they participate in Day Camp. The camp will close Friday with a picnic dinner for the girls' parents. (Press Photo by Will Lowe) STRAWBERRY SALAD 2 packages strawberry Jello 2 cups boiling water I large can crushed pineapple 2 ripe mashed bananas 2 packages frozen strawberries I pint sour cream TURN ON$ I Dissolve Jello in boIllng water; add frozen berries (Juice and all). When mixture becomes syrupy, add pineapple and bananas. Pour one-half of mlxutre in Pyrex 9" x 13" dish Let stand in refrigerator until set. Spread sour cream over bottom layer. Return to refrigerator for a few min- utes, then spread remaining mixture over sour cream. Refrigerate until firm. e ORANGE SHERBET SALAD 2 packages orange Jello I cup boil water I pink orange sherbet 1 8 I/2-ounces can crushed pineapple 1 cup miniature marshmallows 1 It-ounce can mandarin oranges (drained) 1/2 pint Dream Whip Dissolve Jello in boiling water; add sherbet. When al- most set, add other ingredients and fold in Dream Whip. FRUIT SAUCE (10 People) l cup sour cream I/3 cup brown sugar (firmly packed) Add white sugar to taste 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon Mix and Chill. Dip bits of apple, banana, pineapple and cherries into sauce and enjoy! Kil Kare Klub meets Mrs. Nora Leathers entertained the Kil Kare Klub in her horn% Thursday aflernoon June 7. During the social hour she served refreshments of sand- wiches, cak% ice cream with cherries, punch and mints. Members present were Ella Simmons, Lilac Lowe, Eva Phelps, Mary Bartlett, Lois Rampy, Nora Leathers, Gerl- dene Rampy and Leona Quattlebaum. [ Tasty-Topic J Strawberry Jamwlch Squares % cup lard 1 cup sugar teaspoon salt eggs 2 cups flour cup chopped walnuts 1 cup strawberry preserves Cream together lard, sugar and salt Add eggs and stir or beat to blend. Add flour grad- ually, stirring to blend. Fold in nuts Press slightly more than half of dough in bottom of 9-inch square pan. Spread with strawberry preserves. Spoon remaining dough over jam and pat into layer. Bake in moderate oven (350F) for 35 to 40 minutes, until lightly browned. Cool and cut in squares. Yield: 3 dozen cook ies. i Car The Class of 1960 met for their first reunion this For their first time back together, 13 of the class collected 13 years after they graduated. However less of how superstitious it may sound, no one roach pains after dining out, there was no report mirrors or glasses at the coffee, and to top it had a virtually windless day for theirpicnic at the day. Does it seem like 13 years ago when you all let scream of relief when you got your diplomas 1960 eseers?l? How bout the super steed Secretariat winning and the triple crown recordI? I'd be willing to wager, trackp of course, that every colt born within the years is going to be christened with Secretariat in his title. The Belmont Stakes rated almost with the Dallas ( boys last Saturday. Every radio and T.V. in town luring the event and everyone was "betting" (forgiVe pun) on Secretariat. 'It's nice to see Theda Hardin beginning to do a little rand-running now. Husband Hall thought she looked thy he sent her to pick up some farm supplies in Friday. Bill, Karen and Kacy Longan spent last weekend folks the Chuck Longans. This summer will school at Mid-Western in Wichita Falls where this session will qualify her to accept a in Munday. At last report BillJs peewee Little toamm the Bears, is in first place. Atiaboy coach! Betty Boston, Jerri Ann Lewis andConnie know how to fix the "dieter's demise". For the r contestants the out door grill chefs had a very dog supper on Betty's patio. Connie's homemade stra berry ice cream really arosed some appetitiesl Friends of Pauline Wafters will be glad to know she t of the hospital and in the special care of her sister, John Nannery of Amarillo. Pauline had been in Baptist Hospital the past two weeks and was released to sister's care Thursday, The Outdoor Entertainment Association has already carrying out their plans to enlarge the rodeo grounds slab and make some other necessary improvements  platform and surrounding area. So things are to form once again for the big whing-ding. The chefs for the College reunion banquet really gourmet talents. Pete Land and Don and Eldon the cooks behind the barbequn chicken. Noami Phel the two Mrs. Lyles were responsible for the superb cakes. Local exes enlisted their favorite recipes for potato salad servings and the meal's trimmings. There was an article in last week's 'IV Guide I was glad to see . . . the pros and cons of the runs! From the summary of the article, I'd say it safe to deduce that you'll be able to notice a remedying our "I saw that last winter -- twicel" tlons. I say power to 'era -- it's about timefl Registrations The Clarendon Press Box 1110 Clarendon, Texas Rosey Harper . . . . ......... Assistant Publisher Helen Woody .................. ....Manager Sally Hester ....................... Editor Will Ho Lowe ......... .Advertising- Photography John Just ...................... Production Lee Ann Palmer ................... Staff Reporter Richard Woody ........................ Production Correspondents ............ .Willie Johnson, Hedley .... . ..... . ..... . ...... Lee Ann Palmer, Claude ....................... Veda Mahaffey, Ashtola ...... , ................ Gale Bowling, Lelia Lake .................... Toni VanArsdel, Howardwick .................... Arlls Mooring, Outdoors . .................. James Brandon, Religion .................... Mltzi Cagle, Youth Editor The Clarendon Press is published weekly on Thursday every week of the year, at 204SonthKearney Street in Clar- endon, Texas. The Clarendon Press is entered as second class matter in the U.S. Post Office, Clarendon, Texas, 79226. Mailing address is P. O. Box 1110, Clarendon, Texas, 79226. Subscription rates in Donley and adjoining counties is $4.00 per year. Subscription rates outside this area are $5.50. The Clarendon Press was established on May l, 1972, in Clarendon, Texas. The Clarendon Press is a home-owned publication. W. Dean Singleton is owner and publisher. Any erroneous reflection upon the character of any per- son or firm appearing in these columns will be gladly and promptly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. The Press prints the news as it happens, and not as it wants it to happen. 1973 Plymouth 4-Door, pur- chased by Nancy J. Mathews of Amarillo, from Mills MOt- o. nc. lq Pl .  chased by Jan Margaret Par- rish of Shamrock, from Cham- 1973 Buick 4-door, purchased by High Johnson of Pampa, from Chamberlain Motor Co. Cindy Singleton, 1973 Oldsmobile, purchased by Burnlece Johnson of Groom, Associate Publisher om Chamberlain Motor Co. 1973 Buick 4-door, purchased by Weldon Rives, from Cham- berlain Motor Co. 1973 Cadillac 4-door, purchas- ed by Melissa Cooke ofVernov b from Chamberlain Motor Co. 1973 GMC pickup, purchased by Ronald Gooch, from Cham- berlain Motor Co. 1973 Buick 2-door, purchased by H. T. Hamblen of Wayside, f rom Chamberlain Motor Co. 1973 Pontiac 4-door, pur- chased by B. J. Mooring from Chamberlain Motor Co. 1973 Buick 4-door, purchased by Waynran Etheredge of Spear- man, from Chamberlain Motor Co. 1973 Buick, purchased by Way. ne Rlggs, from Chamberlain Motor Co. S00vlOKE