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The Clarendon Press, May 19, Page 2 , Twirlers enioy Mr. and Mrs. David Hudglns returned home after en- Joying a two-week vacation in Estes Park, Colo., in the summer home of Dr. and Mrs. A. Ward Hicks of Ft. Worth. Also, vacationing in the home were Dr. and Mrs. Hicks, their grandson, Larry Smith, of Ft. Worth, Mr. and Mrs. G, Don Hudgins, Kent, Tracy, Candioe and John of Ulysses, Kans. Kent McElroy of Ft. Carson, Colo. spent the weekend in Clarendon visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mc- Elroy and other relatives and friends. Mike LonganofCollegeStation is spending his summer vac- ation with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Longan. Mike is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Bob Longan. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Price and little son Neal spent Friday through Sunday in Midland visiting the Freddie McAnears. Todd and Jennifer McAnear were honored with a party Saturday night celebrating their third birthdays. Friends and relatives showered them with many lovely gifts of clothing and playthings. Todd and Jennifer were fortunate in having both of their great-grandmothers present, Mrs. Katherine Hogar of Am- arillo and Mrs. Belle Smallwood of Clarendon, in addi- tion to several other relatives. The person traveling the greatest distance for the party was a friend, Mrs. Emmy Lou Hickman of San Gabriel, Calif. Friday 13th, too The Y-Knot Twirlers metatthe regular meeting time Fri- day the 13th, and you know, we had Just as good a time on this day as we have had on the 14th, 15th or any time-couldn't tell a bit of difference. July 4th we had a special dance. We had a good-by party for Lois and George Schollenbarger. Everyone seemed to have a very good time. We hate to see the Schollenbar- gers leave. We will miss them, but some other club will benefit, so we will just have to hope they will visit once in a while. We will have Knox Day as our guest caller on the 28th, so everyone get ready and come out to dance. Kil Kate Klub meets Mrs. Leona Quattlebaum entertained the Kil Kare Klub in her home Wednesday afternoon, July 11. During the social hour she served refreshments of sandwiches, cheez- its, angel food cake, ice cream with strawberries, ice tea and mints. Members present were Mary Barlett, Nora Leathers, Ella Simmons, Lilac Lowe, Edna Hudson, Leona Quattle- baum, and one visitor, Ora Aten. FINAL CLEARANCE!! on ALL SUMMER CLOTHtNG. Jeans, dresses, pants & tops, shirts, sleepwear, etc. This is the LAST WEEK. THE TUMBLEWEED 212 S. Sully Clarendon Steer this walt,,.. BY RODDY KLINNERT 25 states now use the light - reflecting license plate. Helps reduce rear end crashes at night .... 70% of all pedestrians in- volved in traffic accidents are men. Wonder how many were hit by women drivers? An Iowa man bought a used car for SG, found it to be a clunker and aban- doned it. Was subsequently traced and flned$G0 for lit- tering the highways .... A Swedish color specialist says a pink car is 10times less likely to be in an ac- cident than a black car. Can you imagine bank robbers using a pink getaway car? Study shows that gas mile- age for air-conditioned ve- hicles is not much low- er; the loss averages less than one mile per gallon. Speaking of fuel economy -- is your car a gasaholic? Does it get thirsty when- ever it sees a gas sta- tion? We prescribe tune- up therapy. Bring your pa- tient into our tune-up bay at ' RODDY'S 66 i Hwy. 287 East | Clarendon FUR,NITURE FESTIVAL Colonial Charm in Easy-Care Vinyl The homespun charm and comfort of Colonial and the modern, relaxed care of vinyl upholstery. Big pillow arm sofa and matching love seat in leather-like gold vinyl. Add the swivel rocker for a complete roomful. Swivel Rocker $tt0 Sofa and Love Seat ,.,.,,9.,o '388 OSBURN Furniture& Appliance Clarendon, Texas Phone 874-3412 Mrs. Joey Daniel Johnson Miss Jana Denese Vanderburg became the bride of Joey Daniel Johnson in the First Baptist Church, Dallas, Sat- urday night. Rev. Joe D. Johnson, father of the groom, officiated. Mrs. W. F. Vanderburg and the late Rev. W. F. Van- derburg are parents of the bride. Rev. and Mrs. Joe D. Johnson, Dallas, are parents of the groom. Mrs. Johnson attended Howard Payne Baptist College and Mr. Johnson is a May graduate of Howard Payne Baptist College. The bride was given in marriage by her brother in law. Mr. Bill Waiters. She wore a formal gown of candlelight organza. Her veil of illusion was floor length. For some- thing old, she wore her grandmother's gold wedding band. Mrs. Bill Cottle of Houston was ma[ron of honor. Br- idesmaids were Kathy Johnson, sister of the groom, Dinah McGuire, Debbie Franklin, and Lisa Johnson, niece of the bride. Best man was Steven Keierleber. Flower girl was Beth Johnson and Douglas Christy was ring bear- er. Groomsmen were Ronnle Martin, Jerome Smith, Mark Toulouse, and Guy White. A reception was held in Coleman Hall. Judy Johnson, cousin of the groom, registered guests. The bride's sis- ters, Mrs. Debbie Walters and Mrs. Paula Johnson pre= sided at the bride's table. Melanie Fox and Brenda Toon presided at the groom's table. The bride's chosen colors of green and yellow were carried out in the table dec- orations. Following a wedding trip to Galveston, the couple will be at home in Dallas where both are employed. Mrs. Katie Scoggins of Memphis spent most of @NCeek in Clarendon visiting her mother, Mrs. J. H. Ashcraft, and sister Emma, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Roy Gridder, daughter of Mrs. J. R. Bartlett, held a luncheon in her home in Amarillo one day last week. Attending were Mrs. Bartlett, Mrs. Jack Strange of Sil- verton, Mrs. Theodore Swift, Mrs. Emmett Simmons, and Mrs. S. W. Lowe. While in Amarillo, the ladies visited Mrs. J. D. Swift. From what we've heard, the ladies had a lovely time. Tookie Thornberry's birthday was last Saturday night. Helping her celebrate were Dr. and Mrs. Bob Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Porter and husband Dont, Bill SAYS that Tookie is forty-onel Mrs. Joe (Jennie) Landreth is here from Denver. She says that due to the gasoline shortage in that area, all service stations are closed on Saturday and Sunday. If an emergency arises and you don't have gas, the AAA will only allow you two gallons. When the stations open at 8:00 a.m. on Mondays, cars are lined up-about 1G to 20 in a line waiting for gas. By the time your own car gets to the pumps, more than likely the station wlll have to close because they are again out of gas for the day. Does anyone still feel like going to Colorado this summer? The Caprock Round-up will be held in Claude Thursday through Saturday and it sounds like it's really going to be a lot of fun. The bar-b-que will be on Saturday. Why not drive over for the day? The Clarendon Press is glad to announce that: "The Compugraphic Is Here!" We are so very proud of it, and invite you to come by and see it in action. Lois and Willie Putman really had the company the last two weeksl Visiting them were: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shaw, Jay, Brenda and De bbie of Bayor La Batre, Alabama; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Usrey, Clint, Breut and Jacqueline of Logan, New Mexico; Mr. and Mrs. James Shults, Danny and Lynda of Panhandle. Other visitors were Mrs. Llz Kelth of Caden, Alabama; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Trout of McClean; and Diana McFall of Pampa. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Phillips on the birth of a baby daughter. The little miss was in church on Sunday and was a perfect avell Frankie and Granville McAnear visited with Granville's sister and brother-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bufkin, in Amarillo Sunday afternoon. II The Clarendon Press is published weekly on Thursday every week of the year, at 204 South Kearney Street in Clarendon, 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 rate in Donley and adjoining count- ies is $4. 00 per year. Subscription rates outside this area are $5.50. The Clarendon Press was established on May 1, 1972, in Clarendon, Texas. The Clarendon Press is a borne- owned publication. W. Dean Singleton is owner and pub-. lisher. Any erroneous reflection upon the character of any per- son or firm appearing in these columns will be gladly and promptly corrected taon being brought to the attention of the publisher. ,The Pl'ess prints the news as R happens, and not as it wants it to happen. II CONTINUES?! Men's & Ladies Clothing DRASTICALLY REDUCED?! P TO % Clarendon, Texas