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" - " Co,00rnerr, C,u00 J0,rnal Mond yscoudsdiscouretheadiesfrommakinuuse of their playday. However, a few played anyway and the clouds behaved. On Wednesday evening the Board of Directors met in the clubhouse to interview prospective golf professionals for the purpose of filling he existing vacancy in that department. Results of the Men's Country Club Championship Tournament bust tell you that 1 have a new granddaughter out Lubbock her name is Jenny Gayle Gilstrap. She is nearly a and 1 haven't seen her yet[ She has a brother, Jimmy age 4, which brings our number of grands up to four. granddaughters who live here at Seymour have a new so our family is growing quite rapidlyl He is part part terrier and part what else nobody knows. He white spotted and has a white tip on his tail and his ]s Tippy Scott Hoiman and he cries for his mama a lot. He started chewing things up yet, but that stage is just the corner. eldest granddaughter Dana, is an eight-year-old tomboy on the monkey bars in my back yard and wants no of dolls and such. "=nearly-four one, Kimberly Beth," but called Kim for short, on a cowboy kick and walks with a swagger, wears a ' hat, a bandana and a pistol on her hip in a holster as right leg! At home she rides "Shakey joe", a toy horse on springs. Shakey has seen better days. Is still SHAPED like a horse, but he has a big gap where his be and his spots have faded to smudges and he has gleam from his once-fierce eyes. You see, Shakey is a down from Dana who rode him to the spavined stage My whole gun gone! :IOn " :!:i:i:]:i:i:i A Homeowner Policy gives limited Overage on gun theft or damage, but ore complete protection is offered by Inorpp Insurance Agency in an 'all risk, Gun Floater Policy. WALT KNORPP PH. 874-3521 Bruce has as much thrust and noise pent up inside him as a Saturn rocket! He is all boy with shining blond hair and a big, quick smile and dancing, mischievous eyes. At four years old he already shies away from kissing any female except his mother! Sad to say, he'll get over that! Like most boys he likes things that move (his tongue makes a very loud motorl), and gadgets he can tinker with--and books. With his 'every act he spends enough energy to do it ten times! Dana is at the giggling stagel Any word or action is likely to set her off into gales and peals of laughter. Little girls don't have to have a reason for giggling. When This feature soon Dana's mother was about that size, her cousin, Carolyn twice weoklyin Gilstrap, a year older than she, came to stay a week. They must The Clarendon Press have set some kind of a record for giggling! The first day Carolyn was there they got started saying, "BIossomI" for some reason that nobody recalls. Why that should have been so hilariously funny is beside the point and unexplainable, but the word and its inevitable aftermath of giggles ran into the thousand count that week. In fact, all the girls had to do was look at each other for the titters to begin, the titters became giggles, the giggles became jelly-shaking laughter, and the laughter became shrieks which left them as limp as cooked spaghettif I remember that stage in myself. 'S funny though: I remember only one instance. In my little girls musings one day it occurred to me that "me" was a ridiculously funny word. I mentioned my discovery to Geraldine (my sister), and we promptly went into paroxysms of giggles. That bit of foolishness resurfaced now and again over the years to offer diversion when we were bored. I'm rediscovering my own childhood in my grandchildren, though Husband says I'm just fooling myself, that I'm just in my own second onel Anyway, I don't remember feeling this rediscovery through my own children. 1 suppose a young mother is much too busy and too occupied with teaching and training her own to have the time and perspective. I'm sure that one of the things that makes being a grandmother so special is having the time to enjoy the children without the responsibility and toil. It surely is fun to spoil them, may the Lord bless them every onel Bromley reunion held Sunday, Sept. 30, the family of C. F. and Mareva Bryant Bromley held a reunion at the home of the oldest child, Mrs. Ruby L. Parker of 215 S. Koogle in Clarendon. Good food and fellowship was enjoyed by Mrs. Parker, daughter Mrs. Dalt Swinney of Clarendon and granddaughter Christy Page, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Parker of Amarillo, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bromley, El Monte, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Redmon, Okla. City, Okla., Richard Dale Redmon of Amarillo, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wallace Smith of Amarillo, Mrs. Monte Roach and daughter Jeanne Elizabeth of Amarillo. Many grandchildren, nieces and nephews were unable to attend. Mr. and Mrs. ffharlie Bait'field, Mr. and Mrs. Hackei Stark and Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Benson were in Amarillo Wednesday night to see the play "Catch Me If You Can" with Robert Horton, showing at the Amarillo Little Theatre. are as follows -- Championship flight-lst place Mackie Allen, the new club champion. 2nd place Danny Scarbrough and Consolation John Haynes. First flight w 1st place Glenn Wallace, 2nd place John Stepp and consolation Pitts Crudgington. Second flight -- 1st place Harry Wood, 2 nd place Larry Ripple and consolation Jim Ingrain. Third flight -- 1st place Dr. Beck, 2nd place Bert Wooldridge and consolation Emmett Simmons. Fourth flight -- 1st place Bob Kowen, 2nd plae Doug Skelton and consolation Claude Moore. rne Bankers Golf Tournament is fast approaching. Tomorrow, October S is the deadline for entering. This tournament is open to all bank officers, directors and permanent personnel. The entry fee is $11.00 and takes care of both golf and lunch. Players will be placed in three flights according to handicap. The tournament will be played Saturday, October 8, beginning with a shotgun start at 9:30 a.m. The Host Banks are the Donley County State and The Farmers State Bank & Trust Co. Mrs. George Benson hosts Pathfinder Club The Pathfinder Club met at the Patching Memorial Club House Friday, September 28, with Mrs. George Benson acting as hostess. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. R. A. Hampson, and the club collect was read in unison. After the minutes of the September 14 meeting were read and approved, Mrs. Heckle Stark reported that a special memorial committee favors the purchase of Mrs. L. C. Guthrie's latest book 'The Lucky Moors' to donate to the city library in memory of Mrs. Fred Buntin, who passed away this summer. Mrs. Tommy Saye, Mrs. Betsy Hawkins and Mrs. J. P. Rhodes were unanimously voted in as new members. Mrs. Hampson read a letter from the Board of Mental Health and Mental Retardation Center in Vernon requesting gifts and items to be used at Christmas. Mrs. Carl King presented the program, which was a paper on scientific work in Pale Duro Canyon. She also talked of the work of the Texas Park and Wildlife Commission. During the social hour, Mrs. Benson, assisted by Mrs. Walter Lowe and Mrs. Stark, served refreshments to Mrs. Raleigh Brumley, Mrs. H. T. Burton, Mrs. A. R. Henson, Mrs. Carl King, Mrs. Pete Kunz, Mrs. S. W. Lowe, Mrs. John Sarich, Mrs. Joe Wells, Mrs. Frank White Jr. and Miss Mabel Mongole. City council meets The Clarendon city council met Tuesday night to okay some bills for payment and pass a new budget. Kil Kare Klub meets Mrs. Edna Hudson entertained the Kil Kare KneedleKlub in the home of Lilac Lowe Thursday afternoon, September 27. During the social hour Mrs. Hudson served refreshments of orange cake, orange sherbet, coffee and tea. Members present were Eva Phelps, Mary Bartlett, Ella Simmons, Leona Quattlebaum and Lilac Lowe. TtIE FARMERS STATE BANK TRUST COMPANY ............ Member FDIC Federal Reserve . G LAREND O1, TEXAS The Clarendon Press, October 4, Page 9 Steer This Way By noddy Klinnert Excessive exhaust noise points to a damaged muffler or exhaust pipe. Hissing may be a partially-stopped exhaust pipe or a leaking connection. The major breedes of tire trouble are underinflation, bruises and misalignment. Rapid acceleration burns up gas excessively, and a car that will give 18 mpg at 40 mph can't do better than 6 mpg in a really fast getaway. Go slower until your car warms up, too. If your radiator bolls over, let engine idle as you replenish the water, to mix the cold with the hot. Otherwise, the water you add may spurt back in your face--or crack the engine head. Keep your car properly oiled and greased. Engineers say, "Compared with the trouble it avoids, oil costs nothing." RODDY'S 66 Highway 287 East Clarendon, Texas Electric is beautiful! Add it to your homer Build your kitchen around smart, color-coordinated electric appliances, and add the small electric conveniences, too. You can have a whole new room with no major remodeling costs. Ask for your f rco llil.)l)Y TIt' Electric Appliames 1i , ............. ,,WT .