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September 23, 1973

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Womanless Wedding Sept. 28 The Womanless Wedding, originally scheduled for Tuesday, September 25, has been postponed to Friday, September 28, it was announced this week by Virginia Browder, director of the production. That Friday night is an open date for the football team, and there won't be a football game in-conflict. Tickets are now on sale for the event. They are $1 each, and may be obtained from any member of the Living History Commission or from members of the Clarendon Lions Club. Rehearsals for the wedding were held Tuesday night, and from the looks of things, it'll be a sight that won't be forgotten. The Womanlcss Wedding will be held at 8 p.m. on the night of the 28th in the Harned Sisters Fine Arts Center on the campus of Clarendon College. The wedding will be a means of raising money for the newly commissioned Donley County Living History Commission. The aim of the new organization is to bring Clarendon and Dordey County history to life with an Easter Pageant in The Athens Amphitheatre In April and a revival of Saint's Roost Saga In 1974. Get your tickets now and don't miss a good show. The cast for the program Includes Tex Selvidge, the bride; Lowell Carlson, the groom; Frank White Jr., the grandmother of the groom; IJoyd Waters, mother of the groom; Owen McGarity, soloist; Terry Scoggins, one of the Lemmon Sisters; Rosle Bates, entertainer and singer; Ronnle Null, matron of honor; Bill Todd, father of the bride; Clarence Hamilton, mother of the bride; and Kern Pigg, pianist. '. Singing Sw ethearts aid Festival o Engagement Donald Odom lg the engagement marriage of Donna Joy, to mas, son of Mr. Thomas of be November 22 in Martin Baptist Church. The bride-elect is a senior at Clarendon High School. The prospective bridegroom gradu- ated from Childress High School and is attending Clarendon College. He is employed by The Clarendon Press. attends seminar Billie Christal has just returned from a Judges By CLIFFORD JOHNSON Press Correspondent ristal reported that the group went on record to eliminate County Commissioners Court from the event included Rep. Phil Cates and Judge ds. ce to i every THE SINGING SWEETHEARTS from Hedley entertained those who attended the open house at Alderson Chevrolet Thursday. The new Chevrolets were on display and refreshments were served to all. [Press Photo] :corda able this ard d, by Jal ions. in n said. serve Nixo0 msic s for reign ld be I a id. ,o out gauge Iture, l noditY 3ent and a will Vlr. is." .rketitt e maat! made. ;day it ated and ke clom )n. L real to The Clarendon Press, September 23, Page 5 Hedley's Singing Sweethearts are making a name for themselves. They will be part of the program of the coronation ceremonies of the crowning of Hedley Cotton Festival's new Queen of Cotton. The cere- monies begin at 8 p.m. Saturday, October 13, and will be held in Hedley High School gym. Girl singers in the group are Kim Woodard, LaMoss Spring- er and Sherri Hill. Boy singers are Randy Woodard, Perry Ports and John Duke. Mrs. Don (Letha) Springer plays the piano, Don Springer plays bass guitar and Ricky Springer plays a little banjo. Some of the group are soloists. Letha Springer is originator and director of the group. She teaches grade school musk and also the fifth and sixth grades in Hedley schools. Mr. and Mrs. Springer have taken part in all of the 21 previous festivals. They played in the Hedley High School band during the first festival. Thursday they were at Alder- son's Chevrolet in Clarendon at the showing Chevrolcts. Saturday performed at Western Plaza Shopping Center in Amarillo. The Singing Sweethearts will take part in the television preview of Hedley Cotton Festival in Amarillo Saturday, October 6. It will be over KGNC TV Channel 4 on Royce Bodiford's Farm and Home Show. While the Singing Sweet. hearls are really good there will be many more musical groups among the events at Hedley Cotton Festival this year. Dates of the festival are Friday and Saturday, October 12 and 13. THIS IS ONE of the stars who will be featured in the Womanless Wedding, a production set for Friday at 8 p.m. In the Harned Sisters Fine Arts Center at Clarendon College. This happens to be the mother of the groom, played by Loyd Waters. Isn't she cute? You'll see plenty of others and help a good cause if you attend. Proceeds go to the Donley County Living History Commission. [Press Photo by Richard Allen] Many casseroles take well to pork chop toppers. Simply place browned V2-inch thick pork chops on top of casseroles containing Spanish rice, scalloped corn, hom- iny, creamed cabbage, macaroni and cheese, creamed onions or mashed squash. Cover and bake in a moderate oven (350F.) for 30 minutes or until done, Over 200 varieties of ready-to- serve meats are made by approxi- mately 3,000 meat processors in the United States. Many of these are inspired by Old World vari- eties and bear the names of towns or localities where they origina- ted, such as Bologna, Frankfurt, Genoa, Salamis, Thuringia, and Vienna. Thin slices of spicy hard salami or chorizos (a Spanish sausage) add snappy sparkle to salads made of several kinds of greens or vegetables. When the salad is to serve as a main dish for hmch- eon or light supper, use a cum- bination of readydoserve meat. In this ease create flavor cotv trasts with some mildly seasoned sausagt's and others which are hot and spicy. TtIE FARMERS STATE l:kxx00 ' & TRUST ('O/MPANY Assistant Cashier I Clara Lohoefer has been associated Company since 1955. She and her husband, Jerry, moved to Clarendon in 1950 to take over the City Motel. They operated the motel for 10 years. I Formerly, they had lived in Bremerton, I Washington, where Mrs. Lohoefer was associated with the Federal Housing I Program. They belong to the l Presbyterian Church, where they work faithfully. They have one daughter, Mrs. Jack Shaffer, of Tampa, Florida. l Clara Lohoefer is I l here to serve you. The pre-taping of Hedley Cotton Festival television pro- gram will be Wednesday evening, October 3, at 6:S p.m. It will be at the KGNC TV station at 2000 North Polk in Amardlo. Appearing on the program will be the festival queen, Dorothy Wilson Tisdale, the 10 queen candidates in formals, the Singing Sweet- hearts, Lions and other festival boosters. To make a good show a large studio audience is needed. Everyone is invited to be at the studio and see the show taped. Time repeated 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, October 3. Hedley Singing Sweethearts a"e have had a busy week. Monday for McLean Lions Club ladies night banquet honoring the faculty of McLean schools. 11 Clara L0h0efer of the 1974they