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The Clarendon Press, October 4, Page 6 Governor Dolph Briscoe officially launches the Governor's Roundup for Scouting in Texas by serving a Roundup pocket patch on Paul Carr, Troop 233 of Uvalde, who recruited another young man into his troop. Looking on is Dr. ltoward Carr, Scoutmaster. The Roundup's goal is 50,000 new members in scouting this Fall. GOVERNOR LAUNCHES SCOUT ROUNDUP Go Bronchos! ! ! ALL THE WAY Bring back victories, Drenches CLARENDON MFG. DIST. CO. AUSTIN--The Governor's Roundup for Scouting in Texas---aimed at recruiting 50,000 new members in Scouting this fall--has been officially launched by Governor Dolph Briscoe. Governor Briscoe pinned the first Governor's Round- up pocket patch on Paul Cart of Troop 233, Uvalde, for recruiting another young man into Scouting. Troop 233 is sponsored by St. Phillip's Episcopal Church. Dr. Howard Carr, Paul's father, is the scout- master. Governor Briscoe has been active in Scouting in the Concho Valley Council for many years. He is presently a member of the Council's executive board and on the board of directors of the South Central Region, which serves five Southwestern states. During the Governor's Roundup, which will end December 13, every youth member who recruits a new member will receive a Governor's Roundup pocket patch. Every unit leader who meets his goal will receive a Governor's Roundup coffee mug. Units meeting their goals will receive a Governor's citation and every Ex- plorer recruiting another Explorer post member will receive a personalized citation from Governor Briscoe. "The most important thing, of course, is that every eligible youth in Texas have the opportunity to join Scouting and to participate in this program of adven- ture and development," the Governor said. "Young people in Scouting are learning about today's world, not the world in which Scouting's early images were formed. Tomorrow's Scout will be better prepared to meet the demands of his age than ever before. All of our programs are meaningful for today's youth. "During the Roundup for Scouting, we are asking every Cub pack, every Scout troop and every Explorer post to open their doors and invite every eligible non- member in their neighborhoods to join them." : ,,,,t,,, M' ' $ t t t ASHTOLA--MARTI N  Mrs. Ollie Nelson and Mrs. Bonnie Koontz went to Amarillo T; lrsday to visit Mr. and Mrs. T, B, Nelson and Mrs. Eudora Joyner. Mr. and Mrs. Nuford Dill made a business trip to Memphis ! Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Moffett visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lane Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. James Start and family from Beaver, Okla. spent the weekend with Bro. and Mrs. Bryan Knowles and boys. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Mahaffey went to Richland Springs Tuesday to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Edd Mahaffey. Meeting them there were their three sisters from California, Mr. and Mrs. Staff Ozment, Mrs. Velma Britten, and Mr. and Mrs. Dave West. The Mahaffeys returned Thursday. Mrs. Vance Gray visited Amarillo Thursday with Mrs. Buddy Tittle and children. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Moffett, and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lane went Friday to Lubbock to visit Bro. Sullivan, who is in the Lubbock Hospital for surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Odom and family made a business trip to Amarillo Saturday' Word was received Thursday afternoon of the death of Edd Mahaffey of Richland Springs, brother of H. S. Mahaffey and uncle of Frank Mahaffey. Our sympathy goes out to the Mahaffey family. Mrs. Robert Partain and grandsons visited Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Nuford Dill. Mrs. Beth Nelson and Mrs. Bonnie Koontz attended the dedications of the Howardwick Baptist Church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chat Roehr of the Cline Ranch visited Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bronson and family from Amarillo and Darrel Leffue, Pauline Jones and Greg Carley from Clarendon visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ethel Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Mahaffey returned to Richland Springs Friday for the funeral services of FAd Mahaffey held Saturday afternoon in San Saba, Texas. Sue and Dan Hall and Joe and Walter Wheeler from Clarendon visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lane. Mrs. Clovis Bible and Terry visited in Amarillo Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Wendle Curable and girls. Mr. and Mrs. Doss Finley visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Chat Roehr. Dick Haynes from Amarillo visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. OIlie Nelson and Mrs. Bonnie Koontz. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shannon from Clarendon visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Mahaffey. Mr. and Mrs. Burle Holler and children visited Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Koontz. Mrs. Rata Loveil from Goodnight visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Nuford Dill. Mrs. Bernice Porter and James spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Benny Clay. The Porters are from Skeilytown. Mr. and Mrs. Cebe Readyfrom Lubbock spent the weekend in Ashtola. Mrs. Eudora Joyner from Amarillo spent Sunday night with her mother and sister, Mrs. Ollie Nelson and Mrs. Bonnie Koontz. \\; Mr. and Mrs. Pete Land visited in Tell Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Start Ozment from Hement, California spent the evening with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mahaffey and Hugh and also visited Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Mahaffey. The Ashtola Needle Club will meet Thursday afternoon, October 4th in the home of the hostess, Mrs. Frank Mahaffey. Will see you all next week. in the DReNCHeS!! We're Behind You all The Wayt! MURPHY FUNERAL HOME "Go All the Way, Bronchosl!" We're Behind You All the Way The place to buy your food. CLIFFORD GROCERY KEMP'S DRIVE-IN i and ARCADE JR. BURGER 3 for $1.2 0 Largest Drinks in Town We're Banking on the Bronchosl! Get That Team, BronchosI I DONLEY COUNTY STATE BANK Complete Banking Service .. Homecoming Fr ), / cs vs. Welli ./ 7:30 p.m. Broncho Stadium t Get 'am Every Time Broncs ! We're Backing the T 've give the Broncs g t WESTERN SKI thenr gas!! ! 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