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The Clarendon Press, September 13, Page 8 Me.,bersh,p .oun.up t 11. 00upor Pickup ] for Scouts underway l BRONC BUSTER I :o.,o.,,,,:o., The 1973 membership roundup for scouting is underway. Clarendon's goal will be to register approximately 55 boys in ,couting. Cub Pack 37 has 27 boys and their goal is 50 boys. Troop 33 has 40 scouts and would like to have 60, while Explorers have 28 and will need 12 to obtain their goal. If you are interested in joining one of these scout units please contact Tommy Saye or Jack Leeper. The Adobe Walls Area Council 1973 goal is 5200 Cub Scouts, Scouts and Explorers registered in 182 units. Achieving this objective means that the council will have a substantial increase in the number of youth members served by Scouting. The council is privileged to have Governor Briscoe as the Chairman of our Roundup Program for the state of Texas and Governor Hall as Chairman of our Roundup Program for the state of Oklahoma. Members of the Roundup Committee include Council Commissioner Warren Fathere, and four district Commissioners of the Adobe Walls Area Council. Youth members join Scouting for fun and adventure. Through active participation the important elements of Scouting are implemented--character building, citizenship training, self-reliance and physical fitness. Library Club meets The Library Club at Clarendon High School met Monday during activity period for their first meeting of the new school year. They discussed money making projects and elected officers. They were as follows: President, Pare Mooring; vice-president, And i Eads; secretary, Cathy Hommel; treasurer, Mary Nell McGarity; and reporter, Deanna Baird. Other members as to this date are Patsy Hammons, Tammy Blackburn, Sherri Altman, Karen Ellis, Debbie Robertson and Virginia Burden. Our sponsor is Mrs. Oressa Dulaney. The Colts (8th grade) will be playing White Deer here Thursday night, September 13, at 6 p.m. Coach Bromley says We have a great chance of winning, so let's show 'era, ColtsI Our pep rally will be Thursday at 1 p.m. Everyone is invitedl The Junior High Choir has set up some new ensembles. The choir/members have already begun to practice for th Christmas program and are already looking forward to it. Aren't we? The achievement tests last Thursday and Friday certainly made kids rack their brains. Right? The rains seemed to cast a dreary mood on some of usl But for others, well, some others are always bubbling overl Dean H. and Lloyd R., can you sit down yet? Hall running doesn't payl Stan L. has a new name: Stan the Rubberband Manl Rex B. and Paula H., what's your secret? John C. seems finally to have learned something from Sesame Street and won't tell! What was it, John? Ken Slavin, we heard of your misunderstanding of Ellen's report on her trip to Austin. 7.Coah Bromley, we're glad your horse won omething, aflyvcayt .... 8B is turning into another Gilligan's Island with Tommy L. starring as Gilligan himselft Ken Shelton seems to be rather slow at dances?? 8B enjoyed listening to Bobby E.'s report of his trip to Red River. Running into trash cans? Way to go, Rickl Sheryl B., who's escorting you down the hall now? Vicky F,, how are you and "Dracula" doing? Susan B.'s reports are very intertaining. Right, Coach? Have you landed your parachute yet, Coach Hall? Come on, Colts! White Deer'had better "look out," because HERE WE COME!! Here's Johnny! ... looking doubly smart in his dashing double-knit sport coat. The good- looking fabric is 100% polyester with a distinctive "chain twill" effect, The styling? Look for yourself. Patch pOC"kets boldly slanted, lapels widely notched. Exclusively designed Johnny Carson shirts and ties complement the sporting look. Plus color-coordinated slacks to team up in super style. Sport Coat S75.00 Slacks $20.00 Shirts $9.00 Ties $6.00 We Appreciate Your Business Clarendon, Texas Thirteen was Clarendon's unlucky number Friday night. The Bronchos lost the first game of the season to Childress. The final score was 13-0. This week the Bronchos travel to White Deer to "de-horn the Bucks". Game time is 8 p.m. Lots of Luck, Broncs[ The cheerleaders decorated the halls again Saturday. Four-leaf clovers hang from the ceiling and horseshoes are the locker signs. The theme is "Follow the Rainbow to Victory." The cheerleaders had to take time out Saturday morning to attend the B-team game. The B-team Broncs beat the MEMPHIS B-team a over the field. Keep up the good work, Broncsl The pep rally Friday afternoon began at 3:30. As most of the first pep rallies are, that one could have been a lot more spirited. Everyone was so nervous and excited, we were a little hesitant about yelling. This week's pep rally should liven up a little. Mr. Walker gave the pep talkafter a minute's delayl[ The cheerleaders put on a skit, the band played and the twirlers twirled. This week's pep rally begins at 3:30 also. The public is urged to attend and give their "moral support." CHS's Annual Staff met Tuesday afternoon in the annual staff room. Mr. Hart, our advisor from the company that makes the annual, told us how to draw up annual pages. We" looked at annual covers and started making plans for the 1973-74 annual. Terry Saye was named editor. Co-editors are Shauna Hardin and Cindy Price. Mitzi Cagle is the copy editor. All annual staff members arc urged to attend the meetings every Tuesday after school. The Spanish Club of CHS met during activity one day last week. Officers were elected. They are Mitzi Cagle, president; Shauna Hardin, vice president; Terry Saye,, secretary; Tracy Cagle, treasurer; and Randy Croslin, Pan-Am Times reporter. Program chairmen are Kim Newhouse and Cindy Price. Dues were set at $1.50 for the year. The Spanish Club discussed some activities and programs for this school year. Mrs. Green is sponsor of the club. Everyone start saving boxes for the cheerleaderst Would you believe six in a car? Terry Saye has been on the lookout for a blue car with green "pinto paint" on it. So far, she has seen no such car. But she is still looking!! Pat Trout and Chris Craft are the Broncho Mascot for this year. They did very well at the pep rally and game, and their new suits are very cute [ ! They have been working all summer on their suits and practicing with the cheerleaders after school. CHS band worked as much last week as they could. The rain made it hard to practice, but the band did pretty well Friday night. At least we got a breakll Folding the seats down isn't a bad idea is it Gary and Laura? Buzzy Maxey is now living in a trailer house in Amarillo. Kim is getting lonesome, but she's got his ring and "that's okay." The "spacemen" dropped their "flight plan" at the pep rally Friday and Shauna nearly missed her cue. FTA officers and Miss Veach go to Tascosa High Saturday for an officers meeting." Our VICTORY BELL was taken to Childress by Johnny Just. :He plans to take it to every out-of-town game. What is school spirit anyway? Well, according to our handbook school spirit is "the attitude you take that makes or breaks your life, your heart, your school. You can make your school or you can ruin your school. The standards of your school depend upon your every action. Your personal conduct is what counts." "...School spirit means loyalty to any cause represented by one's school anytime, anywhere. It is an ideal upheld by the pupil who desires to make the colors of his school more honorable through study, co-operation and participation in the various school activities. It means an all-conquering desire to defend and boost the name and honor of one's school on all occasions. It means that every pupil has a part to play; and if he fails to play it, victory that should be won is lost." Go Bronchos! Beat White Deerl! i: i!i! Significant brake improvements are featured in the 1974 Chevrolet pickup line. Computer- selected brake systems are tailored to the loaded weight rating of the truck, as specified by the buyer, to give brake performance similar to that of a passenger ear. With loaded weight ratings of more than 6800 Ibs., a new hydraulic power assist is standard. Other improvements in the 1974 line include a larger displacement standard engine in most V8 models, full.time four.wheel drive in all 4 X 4 V8 models, interior refinements, four new colors, and optional bright roof drip moldings. Fryer chicken prices reduced Fryer chicken prices dipped "considerably lower than prices two or three weeks ago," according to Mrs. Gwendolyne Clyatt. The consumer marketing information specialist, Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University System, termed fried chicken "almost impossible to surpass for economy and versatility. "Egg supplies are adequate and count as a bargain when compared to other high-protein foodsgrade A, large-size eggs offer the most economy and quality for your egg money." Shortages in the meat case and high prices will dictate restraint in meat buying, the specialist predicted. "However, beef items to consider this week include chuck roasts, ground beef, stew meat and liver. Also be on the lookout for reasonably priced sirloin, rib and round steaks." She cited dairy features as "irregular" with most emphasis on Iowfat milk, cottage cheese and medium-sharp cheddar cheese. Also, tuna is featured in some stores along with seveal ready - to - serve canned meats. Turning to fruits and vegetables in seasonal supply, Mrs. Clyatt noted there are many--however, a strong de- mand from commercial pro- cessors keeps them a little higher than usual for this time of year. "Worthy of consideration price-and quality-wise are prunes, plums, peaches, nec- tarines, seedless grapes, ba- nanas, watermelons and canta- loupes. "Fresh best supply at the most economical prices include car- Static in Static problems in may soon be a thing A new carpet yarn, mer-based, anti-static introduced in "the now available in car several manufacturers. according to its "provides 100 percent coverage throughout and is effective in plush pile construction. Another anti-static component to be backings. According te facturer, this static far below the man sensitivity. In carpet stores, ducts will first appear mercial" carpets - those for high traffic areas offices or stores. The ture is usually a level can be confused with peting. Commercial or will be labeled as such, static properties will be the labels. rots, cabbage, celery, dry yellow vegetable items in onons, head lettuce, potatoes, squash, corn, radishes, green peppers and green onions." You're always ahead at... dollars CLARENDON WHOLESALE SUPPLY Services Ilmml Well --Water .Repair Service --Plastic P.lpelin.e Installation --Build Wmdmill. Towers --Portable Welding Cheerful SALES rainwear helpful --Wrecker Service "Brighten up" those rainy days with cheerful, sporty rainwear for children. "Nylon, vinyl, cotton poplin, patent leather and polyester fabrics highlight the all-weather cover-up scene for fall," according to Marilyn Brown, consumer education - clothing and textiles specialist, Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University System. "Short jackets and above- the - knee length coats compliment skirts and pantsmaking them popular with children of all ages. ' ' Besides style, consider fit and comfo vhen selecting rain- wear. "Raincoats too large or small hinder a child's activity," the specialist noted. "The shoulders should be roomy enough for free arm movementyet small enough that seams stay in place. "Well-fitting garment sleeves and armholes also allow free movement." The coat neckline and collar should fit low enough in front to prevent bindingwith the back snug so it won't ride up or slip down. Other important selection factors involve fabric, Miss Brown continued. "Consider fabric durability, weight, and colorfastness. Does the fabric show soil readily? Does it have a water-repellent finish? "Check  permanent care labels before buying rainweae," she advised. Most rainwear--even some vinyls--can be washed and dried automatically. However, some can'tso, read labels beforehand. --35-foot Gin Pole Service II n II II , .-Radio Equipment --Tape Players --Tapes . --Monarch Tires . .-Interstate Batteries --Automotive Parts Jobbers --Plumbing & Electrical --Residential Water Heaters Try our prices and SAVE SAVE SAVB! For Service or Sales, Clarendon' Never Fails. CLAREND,ON WHOLESALE SUPPL Across From Chamberlain Motors Hwy. 287 East Clarendon, Phone 874-2526