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The Clarendon Press, June 21, 1973, Page 8 luxury car. Cadillac doesn't think so. You know and we know that the only way to ae a luxury car is with your eyes wide open. Ixx)k at Cadillac styling. It)ok at all the conveniences that are standard on a Cadillac. 2,k into Cadillac comfort for yourself. Try the magnificent Cadillac fide.., at the wheel and as a passenger. But, before you decide, look very c refully at the facts of luxury car ownership. Cadillac resale value is traditionally the h ghest of'all American made automobiles. Cadillac owners still are the most loyal automobile owners in America. Year after year tl ey choose Cadillac with all the facts in view. Isn't that the sensible way to decide? Your authorized inspect the 1973 Cadillac ...not with a blindfold. I' ',-' ' ,' / CH BERL IN II I I I I BUICK I I OLDSMOBILE I PONTIAC I I I I III I with a very careful eye ',What is the future of small business?" That's the topic of a con- ference co-sponsored by the Clarendon Chamber of Com- merce and the U.S. Small Bus- iness Administration. The conference is set for Thursday, June 28, from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in Room 102 of the Clarendon College Ad- ministration building. The ciff, ore"ne is designed sharpen the small business- man's management skills in providing answers to many of his questions. Speakers include J. B. Hare, management assistant officer and Millard A. Townsend, bor- rower services officer of the Small Business Administration. Coffee will be served at the seminar. There will be no charge. You can make a reser- vation for this important meet in.g by filling out the application provided in this issue of The Clarendon Press. Saturday, June 16, Mrs. Rich- "" ard Cannon was visited by long time friends Mrs. Sam Rundell, Mrs. Claude Primrose and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Billingsly, of Fre- ona. Mrs. Cannon invited over Mrs. J. D. Wood, Mrs.JlmBak- er and Mrs. George Bulman, of Clarendon, and the group of friends for many years had a great time together. FARRELL McAFEE of Clarendon, right, was one of the five first place winners all ture Farmers of America farm electrification workshop which ended Wednesd ! Episcopal Church Conference Center northofAmarillo. Other winners Jess Robinson of Hereford, Sam Hunt of CottonCenter, Wade Wilhelm of Canyon, id Thomas of Abernathy. The llth annual workshop, sponsored by Southwestern ice Company, attracted about 115 young men and leaders. All prize winners national convention in October. 1973-74 CHS twirlers returned home from twirling camp in Canyon last Friday. Andi Ends, Karen Burgess and Kim Newhouse arrived back in Clarendon a tired, but happy three girls. They won the "Hardest Working" award at Canyon. The girls spent the five days twirling (almost) night and day. They all reported having a very good time even though it did get a little tiring. CHS cheerleaders held a bake sale Saturday morning. Head cheerleader Shauna Hardin reported that they did very well, and there is a possibility the cheerleaders will hold another one in the near future. Many CHS students have entered the 4th of July Rodeo Queen Contest. There are twelve candidates this year, and they are Deanna Baird, Sherri Altman, Jennie Barbee, Tallene Littlefield, Camille Mann, Judy White, Pam John- ston, Karen Ellis, Denese Owens, Pat Trout, Chris Craft and Cheryl Shadle. All girls have boxes at local places. Your support will be greatly appreciated. Summer most always brings many vacationeers and vis- itors. Last week Sandra Jochetz visited Shauna for a few days. She enjoyed seeing all of her friends and talking about old times. Her visit was fairly short, but she plans to be back in Clarendon over the fourth. My cousin, Kim Lewel- len of Chlldress, visited us lastweek. She especially enjoyed the "hills" of Clarendon. Carrie Neal was home for the weekend last week. She i MR. and Mrs. Daniel Labus. Miss Spann, Mr. Labus flew in to Amarillo where Steve Carter picked her up Cadillac dealer wants you to Carrie seems to be enjoying everything about OU. She is Tse0upl i will make,their home iur presently taking a couse in English and a course in soiol-  $ c al In an early evening ceremony in First Church of Panhandle, June 15, Carla Jo Spann Lynn Labus were united in marriage. The double ring ceremony was Keith Wlseman, pastor, before a small unit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Spann are parents bridegroom is the so of Mrs. Evelyn LabU Labus. All are residents of Panhandle. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Moorir of Clarendon are of the bride Carla is a niece of Mrs. Jack EadS B. J., and Arlis Mooring, all of Clarendon. We have the largest selection of Cadillacs in our history as a dealer. OPEL TRUCKS ogy. Tommy Shields was home for the weekend, too. He is enjoying life in Lubbock where he is working and "mes- sing around." Terry Saye has been all smiles lately. I wonder why? She has Just received a new horse -- a registered Quarter- horse by the name of Zipaway Sis. And, Kim Blaut will soon be back in Clarendon. That surely has something to do with her smiles. Last Wednesday night could have been designated a "Clarendon night in Memphis." Shauna and I saw several Clarendon kids: Melissa Estes and Beth Green, Jerry Carmlchael and Steve McAfee, Donna and Sherrl Altman, Shella Smith and Laurie Smith. (And it's good to know that everyone made it home SAFELY1) Congratulations to Farrell McAfee on his outstanding achievement. Farrell won second in Electrical Wiring. First count announced on Rodeo Queen contest The first count for theRodeoQueen's contest was held last Friday in the hospitality room of Farmer's State Bank. ]'he 12 candidates netted approximately $63. for their first week's donations. Placing of the girls according to Friday's count are as follows: Tallene Littlefield, 983; Sherri Altman, 881 i De- nese Owens, 658; Jennie Barbee, 597; Deanna Baird, 563; Judy White, 498; Camille Mann, 450; Karen Ellis, 391; Cheryl Shadle, 382; Pat Trout, 307; Chris Craft, 301 and Pare Johnston, 103. Counting votes takes place each Friday at 1 p.m. up until the afternoon of July 7. That night the contestant with the highest earnings will be crowned queen. A chart showing the girls' weekly progress is posted in the window of Tunnell's Pharmacy. Cftam0000fah MOTOR COMPANY CLARENIX4. TEXAS q. I understand I can make more money this all of my social security benefits. A. That's right. This year youcan earn $2,100. or self employment before it affects your Q. I am 67 years old and still working. over $4,000.00 and received no social understand that I may receive true? A. It is possible that, with the changes in limitation you can receive some benefits. security office would be able to give you 'no' to this question. Q. I retired last year and this January 1 nual report card to fill out. Will I get year? A. Not necessarily. You probably received a this year because your total earnings last earnings prior to retirment) exceeded $1,680.00, return to work this year or in a later year $2,100.00 you will not be required to complete port. Softball game There will be a men's slow pitch soft ball June 22, immediately following the little Some local citizens are forming aSlow gue. Anyone 17 or over who would like to any organization that would like to form tact Ronnie Null, Jeff Walker, Clyde Noonkestef McElroy. All towns people are urged to attend game. % John Brooks funeral services he Funeral services for John Adler Brooks, 57, manager and operator of Homen Meat Company in Clarendon for the past four years, were held at 2:30p.m.Tuesday, June 19, in First Baptist Church in Groom with Rev. C. R. Copeland, retired minister of Groom, Dr. James O. Brandon, pastor of First Baptist Church in Clarendon and Rev. John Gilllspie, pas- tor of-]lrst Baptist Church in Groom, officiating. Inter- ment was in Groom Cemetery with arrangements under the direction of Murphy Funeral Home. Mr. Brooks died at 6:15 a.m. Sunday, June 17, in Groom Memorial Hospital in Groom. He was born at Batesville, Ark., January 21, 1916, and married Anna B. Sissom April 21, 1946, at Wheeler. He lived in Groom 19 years before moving to Clarendon four years ago. He was a Baptist. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ann Brooks of three daughters, Mrs. Mary Lee Mosley of Carolyn Johnston of Clarendon, Mrs. SharOn Moore, Okla.; three sons, Johnny Wayne Bobby Brooks of Clarendon, W. L. Brooks of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. :. Brooks of five sisters, Mrs. Lura Mac Gipson of Mrs. Mary Koenig and Mrs. Dodie Rush Colo., Mrs. Billie Sties of Moore, Okla., of Amarlllo; four brothers, Sanford Jack Brooks of Albuquerque, N.M., J. C. Okla., T. J. Brooks of Shamrock; and 15 Bearers were Gene Swearingen, Bill Bohr, W. W. Sursa, R. A. Williams, Arlethus Hunt and Art Lara.