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The Clarendon Press, August 2, Page 4 The Goodnight Community Center was hustling with activity weekend before last. The Carter family -- all 37 of them- held their family reunion there. Acting more or less as hostess to her family, Mrs. Retta Hubbard kept the center as headquarters for the food and drinks for the all-day affair. Kelly and Kevin Pepper spent all of last week at the Church of Christ Bible School Camp in Kansas.Also gone for 6-Pack of Dr. Pepper or 7-Up is s till 39 pau, deposnt But LOOKS! With a fill-up of Flite Fuel or 66 Gasoline, you may purchase a 6-pack for only 29 plus deposit Or with an oil & Filter Change & Lube Jo! 29(: plus deposut RODDY'S 66 Highway 287 East Clarendon, Texas Claude-Goodnight the week was Dawn Pepper who stayed with her cousin, Am- ber Echols of Lamesa. I can imagine Just how quiet the Pep- per home won't seem this weekI Carl Jackson left for his Bedford home Monday morning after spending a short time with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hlgnett. Also spending several days of last week- end and this week with the Hignetts is her father Mr. Lee May of Tulia. Lane Greenway drove to Colorado last Thursday through Sunday. Frannie and Joe Christian left Saturday for a fun-filled week in Ralls with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lovell were houseguests of the Nuford Dills of Ashtola Tuesday. Happy BirthdayI Mike Crowell, Ricky Barrett, Jerry Hill, Cenee Triplett, Larry Shields, Larry Bichsel, Freddie Reck, Cleve Bennett, Walter McGowan, Theodore Good, David Weeks, Olinda Collins, Glenda Stephenson, Morris Osbornp Dorothy Sharp, O. C. Edwards, Joe Goodin, Sharron Welch, Gary Heck, Shelly Butler, Robert Holllngsworth, Chester Butler and E velyn Havard. Cheyenne, Wyoming, is being invaded this week by many of the younger Claude rodeo fans. A group of the teens left early Wednesday to spend the rest of the week spectatlng "Frontier Days". Mrs. Glen Lowrance hosted a dinner party for 8 in honor of Miss Rhonda Goodin and her fiance Raymond Killian Sat- urday evening. Those relaxing with an evening of table ga- mes and nostalgic tales were Mr. and Mrs, David Stephen- son, Mr. and Mrs. Hukills, all of Amarillo, and Mr. and Mrs. David Land of Canyon. The R. G. Eddlemans were in White Deer with their dau- ghter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thomas, Britt and Brad. The men sampled the Lake McClellan fishing areas when time and weather allowed. Mrs, Laura Hawes of Owensboro, Ky., is presently stay- ing with relatives here in Claude. Tuesday, Billie Wolford and Lessie Ward shopped in Clarendon. Even after the reunion Mrs. Hubbard had a houseful of "most enjoyable" relatives. This past weekend the Perry Barhams and Mrs. Sylnett Barham of Pueblo, Colo., the Bert Corys of Arlington and Mrs. Nel McDonal of Illinois have kept the Hubbard household jumping. Gretta Mayben will be competing in the Miss Western Queen pageant this Saturday! We wish our girl the best! It's that time againI Oh, you know - the wind changes direc- tion and the telephone goes berserk. It happened last week- end! It really makes for a very interesting struggle (to say the least) when you have to collect the newsl In my case no news is NOT good news! Mrs. Bob Roland has been spending most of this week staying with Mrs. A1 Cooke of Alanreed who is a patient at High Plains Baptist Hospital. Mrs. John R. Porter has been in Frankston, Texas, the past two weeks with her mother Mrs. Tom Terrill. The rain gauges all over the county overflowed this last weekI Maximum recordings reached 3 inches. The main topic of news is RAINI You might think it's impossible to have rain and sunshine at the same time. It's just not sol The rain was the main reason I heard all the bright and (sun) shiny voices relating news Monday morning. Mrs. Bill Poole called on Mrs. Reta Lovell Thursday. What a lovely new Miss Armstrong County title holder we haveI Our community "pride and Joy" is Debbie Goodin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Goodin. The William Skinners and children of Dallas spent Mon- day with Mr. and Mrs.O.C. Edwards on their way to a Colo- rado mountain vacation. Sure glad Diane and her father Leroy were able to leave their ear by our house last week. The two experienced me- chanical difficulties and rather than abandon the car by the highway they asked to leave it with us. Everyone who stop- ped by just knew we had gotten a new car and furthermore had not gotten a Dodge! Happy Anniversaryl Mr. and Mrs. Travis Knox, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stew.art, Mr. and Mrs. Harrj Havard and Mr. and Mrs. Newton }]a .r(s41:""  The Hawaiian travelers returned the 23rd of July. Going on the tours, lectures, and sights of the "grass islands" were Mmes: Leonard Ford, Henry Fields, Ralph Bagwell, J. M. Justiss, Walter McGowan, Bert Woolridge, Davis Bur- row and Jack McGowan. Highlighting their trip were their Circle Island tour, the Catamaran Dinner tour and a presentation called, "A Night in the Phillipines," With headquarters at the Reef Hotel, the ladies were ed- ucated in the Polynesian cultural center located near there. THE REV. SULLIVAN stands in front of the pulpit of the new Calvary Baptist Church building Sunday following dedication ceremonies. The new church is the dream of the membership of the church, and it was a great day to have it completed. (Press Photo by Will Lowe) Several struck out on their own and ventured to the Christmas decorations factory and other intriguing The whole group witnessed "a dazzling performance" of the well-known Hawaiian showmen, Don Ho. I think it will be most interesting to see who will bet first to prepare a Hawaiian luau for her Panhandle and neighbors, or to see Just whose Christmas tree will decorated with a Polynesian flair! The Paul Wades of El Paso and the Robert in Amarillo with the Bobbie Rolands Saturday. Miss Inez Blankenship and her sister Mrs. have been running from Goodnight to Pampa lately Mrs. Donald's daughter Elena Ann get situated after her from an apartment to a house. Joe, Shirley, Leah and Sheila Lovell were with Lovells Saturday. Misses Mae and Mary Miller were delighted to and Mrs. O. C. Edwards come see them Saturday. Saturday Otis Koontz was with his sister and the R. G. Eddleman's. I sure enjoyed my weekend with my grandI ger! Calvary Baptist sets Youth Re " A youth revival will take place August 6-11 at the Baptist Church, East Second at Jackson St. ServiceSl begin each evening at 8:00 p.m. Evangelist Terry Sullivan will be bringing the each evening. He is one of the finest youth evangelist s these times. He has the message for the message of challenge for the young people. Everyone is invited to attend all these services. Steve Homer will be the music director. Steve waS the revival last weekend and was a great blessing to one that heard him. He has been invited to come to revival. Steve is from the Diamonds Oaks Baptist Ft. Worth, Texas. Terry Sullivan has just come back from a year in many. While there he had the opportunity to visit Italy, and all the nations of the free world. While l here he will bring a message that will stir hearts t greater things for the Lord. Come and bring friends. Don't miss a service. music and singing each service. Anyonewho has some music or singing is welcome to bring his or her singing. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie McAnear and children, Todd nifer, spent Saturday afternoon and evening in tending the Moore family reunion. Melinda McAnear daughter of the late Ray Moore, former high school coach and postmaster of Clarendon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hamilton visited their her family in Dimmitt over the weekend. Before home they drove on to Earth, Texas, to attend to their ing interests there. O O 20% tO 50%0 m D e HiS n COUoNTwitO Nus ALLav Me,, ERCHANDISE Hardware" Bolts & Pipe Fittings Houseware.s Garden & Lawn Equipment Poppy Trail Pottery Tools & Shelf Hardware Many Items Below Cost Everything Must Go, Wall to Wall Sale Starts Thursday, Aug. 2, 8 a. m. 218 S. Kearney