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The Clarendon Press t July 12, 1973, Page 2 % Den's Exxon station ran out of gas Monday and Tuesday of this wek. More gas was received Wednesday. CONT!NUES The TUMBLEWEED All Sleep wear 1/2 OFF Dresses 1/3 to 1/2 OFF Group of Boys Jeans Jt & Girls Pants l00to 1/2 OFF . 2,2TsHu!y C'arendon High Fashion Siylo In an Easy-00.;aro Nyhm Shag Basin Street is one of the new breed of easy-care luxury shags. Its extra thick, luxurious low pile texture and dramatic multi-colorations create an exciting atmosphere in any setting. Bulky 100 nylon fiber pile is heat-set and tightly-twisted for added durability. Easy to clean and maintain, Basin Street will keep its fresh new looks and super resilience year after year. Basin Street, the high-fashion, luxury shag, is perfect for both casual and formal settings. Use it in the living room, den, bedroom, or any room that demands colorful excitement. dense, luxurious, versatile Thick, low-profile, shag texture * 100% nylon fiber pile; soft and resilient underfoot Choose from 18 sparkling, multi-colorations and 6 vivid solid colors Bulky, heat-set yarns for longer wear, easy care Basin An outstanding carpet value at only from $6.95 by (mstrong GOODMAN FURNITURE Clarendon, Tex00s We will be closed July 16 21. THESE BOY SCOUTS are working on their God and Country Awards, and as a part of this program, toured county facilities and the county jail last week. From left are County Commissioner John Swinney, Keith Floyd, Chris Ford, Gary Thomas, Ricky Price, County Judge Blllle Christal and Deputy SImrlt Clyde James. (Press Photo by Will Lowe) THESE LITTLE LEAGUERS participated in Saturday's fund drive for the Little League program. They helped raise$802duringthe 1-day drive. They include Lance Thornberry, Steve Rives, Wade Porter, Mrs. Bill Porter, GaryThomas and Drew Thornberry. (Press Photo) MR. AND MRS. A. W. TERRY of Tucumcari, N. M., the engagement and approaching marriage of their Thelma Jo, to Michael Richard Riddle, son of Mr. and Louis Riddle of Tucumcari. Thelma Jo is a 1972 Tucumcari High School and received her CCTB Certificate from Clarendon College. Mike is a 1969 of Tucumcari High School and attended Eastern University. The wedding is to be held in the Sixth Church of Christ in Tucumcari on July 22 at 2 p.m. friends are cordially invited to attend. Cou Clu Last Monday was a busy day at the club. In the ladies golf play-day, twenty-two members of the Dearer family enjoyed a buffet in observance of the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Dearer. BIFOCALS '., The Junior golf tournament drew forty-five Thursday and Friday. Scott Hamilton was the 154. This was his third sucessive win in the 16- up division in as many years. David Cook of low gross with 158 in the 14-15 age group. Allen was the low net winner in the same age Kelli Hardin won her division, ten years and under, 138 for 18 holes. Stewart Fisher won low net under group with 15'7 for 18 holes. Brent Hardin gross winner in the 11-13 bracket with 89 strokes,  Haynes of McLean took low net honors with a 74. golfers are to be congratulated and encouraged Sue Burton Norris from Midland has spent the past week will surely be the better golfers of tomorrow.  The July fourth e rersr tied with her, mother MS, H T  Hergeolog hus :  ........  ' :  "  6/. Ed Sawyer beat 3itiV lrteptayo ': Also John is out "sitting on awell'. Clara and Linda are flnisliing  for third place with a net 70 was Flip Breedlove, a summer session at U. of T at Austin where they have been ford and Ronnie Gooch. students for about a year. Linda has made the Dean's Honor List and is a member of the National Honorary Society. Dr. and Mrs. George Smith andLaurie are just back from a two week tour of several European countries, They adored Vienna. While in West Berlin they were allowed to go into East Berlin. The contrast on either side of the wall was as- toundingo The value of the dollar hit an all time low while they were there and everything seemed very expensive. Rip and Jane Gilkey and John of Waxahachie have been visit- ing here and are on their way to Colorado with the Kenneth Vaughans. Also going to Colorado are Linda and Gary Childs. Gary will leave in a little under a month to be stationed in the Phillipines. Wife Linda will follow when Gary finds them living quarters. T he Texas Highway P atrolman who issue s and renews driver s licenses says that he is not sure everyone knows when he is here. He is here every first, third and fiRh Fridays at the Lion's Club Hall. Get ready for a good one. The member-guest merit will be held July 14 and 15. It will be a the fee is only $I0 per player. You must enter by 6 day. One=half of your handicap will be allowed. Jim Terry announced that he would teach a women'S of beginners starting July 16 if at least six pupils servations for the class. The usual feeler six lessons but he will reduce the rate to $20 for the six class. So if you want to learn to play golf vantage of the Pro's offer July 16. Sunday was the day for the "Blind Draw" parU tournament. This created quite a lot of interest. trants were paired by a drawing from the old golf off they went. In first place it was the team of Bill and Dick Miller with 127. In second place-Grover Clarence Ward with 135 and in third place-Harry Ed Sawyer with 140.- This recipe, along with others I'll be printing from time to time, is from the Graham, Texas, cookbook. This cook- book is composed of recipes collected by women of the First United Methodist Church of Graham. To order your copy of this marvelous cookbook, send five dollars and your ad- dress to Nlta Miller, in care of The Graham News, Graham, Texas, 76046. FRENCH ONION SOUP 4 tbsp. butter 2 tbsp. oil 1 tap. salt 1 quart beef stock 1 cup grated swiss cheese 2 lbs thinly sliced onions (about 7 cups) 3 tbsp. flour 1 quart chicken stock Next Wednesday July 18 is Family Night. PleaSe your buffet reservations soon. These sessions are fun for all ages. Don't miss it. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hall, Mrs. Gertrude Carnes of DureU Hall of Conway and Mr s. Jim Baker were dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall. They to attend the funeral of Otis Naylor. Melt butter and oil in large pan, stir in onion and salt and cook uncovered for 30 minutes or until goldenbrown. Sprinkle flour over the onions, stir and cook 2 -3 minutes. Remove from heat. Heat stock and add to onions. Cook over low heat for 30 -40 minutes. Add salt and pepper to taste. Prepare 12 -16 inch slices of French bread by brushing both sides with butter (add a little garlic to the butter) and baking 325 degrees for 15 minutes on each side or until com- pletely dry and light brown. Place one slice of bread in individual soup bowls, ladle soup over it. Sprinkle with grated imported Swiss cheese. Mrs. Gladys Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Arnold and family of Sllverton and Mike Arnold of Hereford had backyardsup- per with Mrs. Jim Baker before attending the rodeo Friday night where Dee and Mike were contestants. I | If you are travelling to Canada by car, you'll need a certificate of ade- quate liability insurance when cross- ing the border. You should get this from your insurance agent. WALT KNORPP PH. 874.3.52