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Clarendon Press, July 4, 1973, Page 2 ( ( GEORGE'S CLEANERS ( 4 at i I JUST GOT ONE STRIKEI! Those were the words of Kelth Reese as there seemed to be some question as to the number of strikes he had during a game last week. It seems the umpire thought for a moment that the young player had three strikes, but a quick check wlthReese showed that only one was a strike and the others were balls. Guess who won the argument? (Press Photo by Will Lowe) The TUMBLEWEED ALL CHILDREN'S CLOTHING Reduced 1/3 to 1/2 OFF Infants-Boys-Girls Many items reduced in the t00IFT DEPARTMENT i [ Too Good to Miss THE TUMBLEWEED 212 S. Sully Clarendon BILL GREENE of Greene's Dry Goods Company is a sad- dle donor this year. (Press Photo) FRED CHAMBERLAIN, owner of Chamberlain Motor Com- pany, is a saddle donor this year. (Press Photo) Mr. and Mrs. George Schol- lenbarger, owners of George's Cleaners, announced Monday that they will close their place of business Friday. They are moving to Fort Worth, where George has purchased a fran- chise in the commercial drap- ery cleaning business. MISS VADA WALDRON, third from right, was honored with a luncheon Monday at the First Baptist Church. Miss Waldron is a former missionary. Others in the photo include Rev. and Mrs. James Brandon, left; Mrs. Same Lowe, right, a lifelong friend of Miss Waldron; and Mrs. F. L. Goldston, second from right. (Press Photo by Will Lowe) Vada Waldron honored here Miss Vada Waldron, former missionary to Argentina, was honored by friends at several occasions during her visit her Sunday and Monday. Sunday Miss Waldron, who was a guest in the home of Mrs. F. L. Goldsion, was introduced at the services of the First Baptist Church. A mid-morning coffee was held on Monday for Miss Waldron in the home of Mrs. F. O. Hodge. Attending in addition to the special guest and the hostess were Mines. Barbara Brandon, Beulah Carlile, Jessie Cook, Jennifer Scoggin, Em- ma Shannon, Barbara Helms, Tom Tucker, Pauline Heath, Allene Leathers, Sam Lowe and Rev. James Brandon. The Baptist Women entertained Miss Waldron at a covered dish luncheon in her honor Monday noon. For 32 years Miss Waldron was a missionary for the Baptist Church in Mendoza, Argentina, which is located in the foothills of the Andes Mountains. Her primary respon- sibility in the town of 200,000 was as director of the Baptist Goodwill Center. The Center offered classes for adults, young people and children. Miss Waldron specialized in working with pre-school children. In addition, Miss Waldrondid missionary and general church work throughout Argentina. All of her work was carried on in the Spanish language which she learned after arriving in Argentina. Every five or six years during her tenure as missionary, Miss Waldron would receive a year long furlough. She spent that time in the States resting, visiting family and friends, attending World Missionary Conferences, travelling and speaking about her experiences. It was during her fur- lough in 1970 that Miss Waldron decided to retire. Miss Waldron was born in Munday, Texas, and moved to Donley County when she was one year old. She started to school in Hedley and then attended Clarendon HlghSchool and Clarendon Junior College. Miss Waldron received her Bach- elor of Arts degree from what was then West Texas State Teachers College at Canyon. ARer teaching elsewhere for four years, Miss Waldron returned to Clarendon where she taught first grade in the pub- lic school. When she had taught for eight years, she de- cided to become a missionary. Before going to Argentina Miss Waldron received her Master of Religious Education degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth. During her years as a missionary, she considered First Baptist Church in Clarendon as her home church. According to Miss Waldron the highlight of Argentina was leading people to know Jesus as sonal Saviour. She values deeply the frindships she and the people she left in Argentina. Since her retirement Miss Waldron has been living pa and is a member of the First Baptist Church. after she returned from Argentina, she spent three in Morgan City, La., at the requestofthe First there, working with Spanish speaking people. In Waldron and 13 other people from the Church in ticipated in a religious crusade to Spain. was able to speak to the people in their native { Miss Waldron feels deep ties with the people of and the First Baptist Church. She considers thezJ does her ties in Pampa, her hometown and her horn e 5-Day Cale WEDNESDAY, JULY 4TH 1:30 p.m. - Western Parade, Main Street. 3 p.m. - Old Settler's Meeting, Mulkey Theatre. Fiddler's Contest to follow, 8:30 p. m. - Rodeo, Rodeo Grounds. 9:00 p.m. - Dancing, Concrete Slab, Rodeo GroundS. THURSDAY, JULY 5TH 7:30 p. m. - Junior Rodeo, Rodeo Grounds. 8:30 p. m. - Rodeo, Rodeo Grounds. 9:00 p. m. - Dancing, Rodeo Grounds. FRIDAY, JULY 6TH 8:30 p. m. - Rodeo, Rodeo Grounds. 9:00 p. m. - Dancing, Rodeo Grounds. Saturday, July 7TH 9:00 a. m. - AQHA Horse Show, Rodeo Grounds. 4:00 p. m. - Terrapin Race, Main Street. 8:30 p. m. - Rodeo, Rodeo Grounds. 9:00 p. m. - Dancing, Rodeo Grounds. SUNDAY, JULY 8TH h00 p.m. - Jackpot Roping, sponsored by Club, Rodeo Grounds. HEATH'S GLASS & TRIM welcomes everyone to the SAINT'S ROOST CELEBRATION , ,this week. And HEATH'S welcomes you to their shop ANYTIME. --Good Used Cars --Auto Trim Work --Vinyl Tops --Seat Covers [ractor Seat Covers HEATH'S GLASS & TRIM FORD'S RESTAURANT wou,d like have you over for lunch. Or Brea TRY OUR BUFFET 0000L$1.79 11-3 every day, 7 days a week tax YTowe'll be open the 4th. RD'S RESTAURANT on