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June 14, 1973

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The Clarendon Press, June 14, Page 5 JP Lewis aflends seminar Claude-G00dnight BOy Scouts Justice of the Peaee Carroll Led.s of Clarendon has Just leave for camp returned fromtheAdvancedSchooloftheTexasJusticeof  _   ..m...,,, the Peace Training Center in Amarillo. Wells and partner, Jerry Ashworth, participated in If there is anything they can help you with consult their Judge Lewis attended the seminar last week, June 5 through Golf Tournament Saturday and Sunday after- )on Rutherfords and Bernie Bensons fared well at 4-H horse show Saturday. Renee Rutherford place in the registered gelding five and under and sister, Janet, place first in barrel racing, in flags, third in showmanship, third in western fourth for gray geldings five years and older. received a first in halter, first in showman- In reigning, fifth in barrels, sixth in flags and All Around Junior Boy. Bress Benson placed in Poles third in barrels and second in flag. smell the tantalizing aromas coming from Appling's kitchen when I called her for news was busily getting ready for company that lce to have the Cleve Bennetts back from Kerrville. Came in after a week of excellent publicity and small Sales. Mrs. Bennett reported 36,634 tourists filing fair gates. Maeallena Worley Just got back from Santa Rosa, she'd spent the past several months with her daughter and her family, Lt. Col. and Mrs. F. H. alld Mrs. Dick Wilson and family of Albuquerque, were Friday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emery and Elizabeth. is presently entertaining his nephew and his and Mrs. Homer Pegram, of Ft. Worth. and Pitts Crudgington golfed at Clarendon Y Club Sunday afternoon. Waggoner paid an early morning call on Tom Mll- Store is all decked out hOWl Tuesday Cecil others errected the stores new sign . Sure Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Rolland of Amarillo calied the Robert Rolands. aM Mrs. John Thomas of Rails came to the Tom last Sunday and stayed until Wednesday. The ls are Mrs. Christian's parents. Wilmoths were in Tulia for Sunday supper daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harris. Mrs. Jack Galloway of Amarillo called on Mr. Lane Greemvay and Blllie Wolford Sunday. Clack paid a short visit to neighbors, the Lee Pai- afternoon. Hemphills stayed several days with the Ralph aM other relatives lasi week. A bunch of the got together for a good old-fashioned family Mulberry Canyon Saturday. HOmer Lowrances were guests of his brothers, and Mrs. Gleun Lowrance, last weekend. ! Mrs. Jack Adams were in Pazflmndle Saturday a! Crafts Fair held there. a long time since Goodnlght had a candidate for Rodeo queen in Clarendon fourth of July con- you residents can start conserving your alCkels and dimes (and anyother formsof currency Deeanna Bairdl Let's have "Goodnight Girl" Yearl way to Portland, Ore., to Southern Baptist Con- to be held there, Mr. and Mrs. J. G; Gardner for church services at First Baptist church at The Gardners called Tampa, Fla., their home. Mrs. Ed Reed and the J. E. Johnsons flew to UVla,,v. to be .with relatives Mr. and Mrs. others. the Clenton Smiths of Amarillo called on Mr. re, D. C. Breedlove. aM Mrs. A. J. Garland spent Friday night in Sunray son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Gar- and Kelly. Retta Hubbard returned from her Ft. Worth trip Jack Walker and daughter, Amy, were wel- for the people of Claude Sunday. The Walkers, tOWn members, now reside in Amarillo but return brief visits to Claude every now and then. The aM several other couples lunched at Conway and of Dr. and Mrs. Walkers recent trip to San Antonio. d Mrs. Blllie Lee Ramey were guests of Mr. and Thursday. Mrs. Roy Reynolds and family of Canyon, the Yarbronghs of Panhandle, the Howard Flthens oi and Jimmy FRhens were all hosted by Mr. and Fithen Sunday. Birthday: Laren Edwards, Charles Grumke, Dick Lee Palmer, Roy Dunlap, Elizabeth Brandy, Kytrena Rodgers, Barbara Sharp, Linch June States, Marianne Holldridge, Mrs. Sue Kelly, Betty Brunson, Earl Reed, Ed Wesibrook and Billy Bible. ies for contacting so many of you as you were out the door to attend church services Sunday I promise to catch at a different time this week- outl! Villa an exchange student from Milano, Italy, has several days entertaining the J. P. English American home is in /Imarillo, but he Claude quite often. This year our 18-year-old graduated from high school. We're glad you us Andreal Mrs. Bill Thornton o.fWashburn called on Mrs. J. and the Bill Ashieys last Saturday. we are of Thalia Melton receiving an academic from West Texas State University. The scholar- y Ex-Student A ssociation and was granted Other area qualifiying sentors.Thalia was notified hOnor last Tuesday. camp officials still need housing facilities Oncoming camp participants. If anyone within the culd help out during the days of July 2-6 let Mrs. arsh or Mrs. Cliff Mayben hear from you. Wishes newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Gary Woodl Jim MacFarland anti several other brave souls out for a nlghton Salt Fork iastSaturchy. had bedrolls, camp fires and a very cooperative forecast to make for a very fun time. Anniversaryl Mr. and Mrs. Walter McGowan, Mrs. Tom Kenrick, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Robinson, Mrs. Lee Hess, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Patterson, Mrs. Haley Black, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hollings- Mr. and Mrs. Nat McElroy. Bairds of Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. Tex Davis long guests of the Max Balrds. Friday even- whole crew enjoyed several hours at Greenbelt the Ben Lovells are enjoying his retirement from and store. It Just doesn't seem right to drive not see a bunch of cars Or pick-ups there thonghl these C. H. S. kids want to work this summer and you know about it, tool If you're an Armstrong resident needing anything done from taxi servicing baking, give one of these promoters a calll I think ought to be highly commended for offering and trying to earn their pay instead of being to Just leave their summer to all fun and games. directory on the Social page of the Claude News and give one of them a chancel The G. L. Joseys of Hale Center called on the A. J. Garlands Sunday. Joe Miller has been back and forth to Clarendon this week and last checking on his sisters, Mal and Mary Miller, of the nursing home. Mrs. Ben Ballard has been spending this week helping to prepare for a big five-family garage sale for today through Saturday. I hope it's a high success for everyonet The Chamber of Commerce will be meeting next Monday. Make a very special effort to attendl Nineteen Boy Scouts from Troop No. 33 left for Camp M. K. Brown Sunday afternoon and will return Friday evening about 6:30 p.m. The following boys went Paul Hermesmeyer, Dean Hawkins, Terry Putman, Chris Ford, Dewey Ford, Gary Thomas, Irvan Thomas, James Thomas, Keith Floyd, Dan Sawyer, Stan Leffew, John Tucker, Scott Lewis, Danial Alexander, Rickey Price, Billy Price, Wade Porter, Donnie Garman and Butch Blackburn. The boys are working on merit badges such as swim- ming, life saving, camping, cooking soil and water, bird study and rifle. the 8th. The school was part of the requirement which re- quires all JPs to have a least 20 hours of schooling each year, in addition to the schooling which they have previous- ly had. 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