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Clarendon, Texas
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July 26, 1973

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The Clarendon Press, July 26, 1973, Page 10 Softballbegins s,o,,di,o, Sche0000 fun at camp Tle Lawm ; ....... 1 win 0 loss [  The Quivira Girl ut Gashouse Gan ........ 1 win 0 losses o Council held sessions at Camp Ci- bola July 8-14 and July 15-21. One hundred twenty campers &apos; ' : includedand staff attended the first session while the second sessionl00 scouts and staff. !i12 :iriiiiiiiii!iF e Camp opened officially for the first week's session with a campfire and welcome to Cibola-land from the camp director, D Mrs. Jack Duke of Borger. Tuesday was "Backward Day" and Wednesday featured a "Come as You Are" breakfast. ] During the week the campers celebrated Christrmts in July by making gifts for each other and singing Christmas carols. The second week's session celebrated Easter with paper Space will be offered to Susie Shields for her kindergar- rains over the weekend, but nobody seemed to care. The mache eggs and an Easter egg hung. A pinata party was held after dinner on Tuesdty with balloons for the fiesta. Wednesday the Cadttes hiked, fished and spent the night out. Friday's activities included water games, a water ballet and unit skits at the campfire. The campfire was followed by a floating fire in the pool, planned and carried out by the leader- in-training girls. Itighlight activities at Camp Cibola for the Cadette and leader-in-training unit were canoeing and sailing at Lake Greenbelt with the Clarendon explorer troop. Sport activities at the camp included swimming, life sav- ing, archery and volleyball. String crafts, yarn crafts, paper crafts, tie dying, woodburning and braiding were among the crafts offered this year. Staff for both weeks were Mrs. Jack Duke, director, Bor- get; Mrs. T. M. Whiteley, business manager, Pampa; Mrs. Ted Thompson, nurse, Clinton, Okla.; Mrs. J. R. Allen, cook Clarendon; Mrs. Lynn Holland, asst. cook, Fritch; Mrs. Jim Moore, waterfront director, Canadian (2nd session); Mrs. Donna Holland, waterfront director, Pampa (lst Session); Larry Duke, waterfront, Borger; Mrs. Pat Rion, unit leader, Borger; assistants-A ngela ttefner, Ruth Felter, Mrs. Virginia Walker, Vanessa White and Nancy Scherlen, Borger; unit leaders Mary Ruth Hooper and Jenny Durham, Borger; unit leader and asst. dishwashers-Ricky Wells, Britt Sosebee and Lane Wilborn, Borger. Girls Scouts attending camp from Clarendon were Ellen Green, Pamela Poole, Kimbra Anderson, Renee Cosper, Roletta Leek, Starla Mann, Stephanie Montgomery, Jannie MeAnear, Lisa McAnear, 3ackie Montgomery, Lori Tucker ten for a rental fee. A.G.Eo washer will be purchased from Billy Goodman for the field house. Jeff Walker was appointed official representative to P.E.SO Lloyd Molder, bus foreman, will be given a monthly raise. Cula Jo Trout and Mary White will be paid for extra work with the equalization board. Kindergarten will be offered one-half day the entire school year. Wanda Cornell was hired at the state base pay as a teacher, half-day in kindergarten and half-day in special education. The sale of Pete Kelly property, block 10, Clarendon Heights, was ratified. The board released the reverter clause on two acres of land of the southeast quarter of section 62 in block C-6 situated in Donley County (Lelia Lake school property). GED exams scheduled The G. E. D. Exam (High School Equivalency) will be given on the llth of August, 1973, at Clarendon College. The test will begin at 8 a.m. in room 102 in the adminis- tration building. It will take approximately eight to ten hours to complete the exam. Anyone interested in taking the test should contact Beryl Clinton, Leonard Selvidge or Floyd Guinn at the College before the 8th of August. and Johnna Naylor. Cost of the test will be $13.00, payable at the time of ex- amination. I Everyday Spec,als I 0 " S159 J r 3/$1 t 21 Pieces Shrimp..... untor Bu ger ...... .00t !  ................ " - - ...89 Open'til Midnight I ..... _ Fish & Chips... . . 0 l  -.. . Fridays & Saturdays t j  Largest DrinKS in town ! DELICIOUS BAR-B-QUE ' Kemp s D " In & A cade i 0 ' rive- r J Clarendon I game was close all the way with the Gashouse Gang winning by a .re o4 5- 7, " Tuesd night the Geritol Kiis squared off with the Cham- berlain Motor Co, Happy Face Gang, The game was nip and tuck all the way, Neither team ever led by over three runs. After 8 innings, the Happy Face Gang were in the lead by two runs. In the top of the ninth inning, the Geritol Kids tied the score 13-13. Rick Alexander hit a single for the Happy Face Gang which caused Charles Mills to win the game, 14-13. School urges shots for all students The administration of the Clarendon public schools would like to encourage the parents in our school district who have children who have not completed or up-dated their required shots to please do so before school starts. A law was enact- ed two years ago that all students in public schools must meet certain inoculation requirements, and the school is responsible for enforcing this law. We are asking parents who will have kindergarten and first graders to check and see if your child had the necessary shots. All other school aged children also will be required to beproperly inoculated. No student will be allowed to enter school this fall if they are not properly immunlzied. The school has standard certificate of immunization forms available for all students, and if your child doesn't have one on file you may check with the school officials and pick up one for the doctor or health official to fill out. It is very important that all health records be signed by the doctor or health official. after you see (( your doctor, . bring your prescription to TUNNELL ---<- PHARMACY G.- 000NLEY COOiNg, EED LOTS, on your growt/i We are proud to play al, small part in furnishin parts to keep your industry moving. Ii! From a bank that's been " the cattle industry for over 60 years, here s a hearty to THE DONLEY COUNTY FEED LOTS, INC. for the giant expansion .... program they've just completed. e celebrate with you on this important occasmn. FARMERS STATE BAN & TRUST' COPdPANY MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Finger Points SALEEND5 JULY 31 SAVINGS Group Lingerie Purses 1.98 33 1/3 Cotton Material 69 Yard Ship-A-Hoy Ma 45" Wide $1.39 Material rou p Ho Remnants G Off Regular Price No $2.00 Group Women's Children's White Shoes $2.00 Off Knit M aterial Rack $4.50  $2.98 Ch,ldren $4.98-$5.98  $ 3.9 8 Clothes $7.98-$8.98  $5.98 1/3 Off