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October 18, 1973

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The Big Game [Cont'd. from Page 1] Who led them in their drive to state, and Elray King, the back who helped in the drive to state. Also missing are players who played key roles in the drive to state. team is strong again, even without some of last year's ' Younger players have stepped in to close the gap, and the of 1973 appears to be another powerhouse. The Clarendon Press, October 18, Page 3 Randy Croslln, who engineered the team that :to state as a sophomore, is back in full style this year as a He is at home handing off to quick speedsters Kenneth g and Kenneth Reese, or handing the ball to power runner Holland. Or, he has lots of luck passing the ball to Johnny Stun Shelton or King. Broncho defense this year is superb once more. The line is strong and aggressive, and the secondary is fast the draw too. . , it's two traditionally strong teams going against each other , both with lots of strength, and both with a desire to win. play good, strong, agressive football and don't make we'll win," Noonkester concluded. there will be an overflow crowd on hand Friday night to Which team wants to win the most. attend Teeh-A&M Ciarendonites attended the Texas Tech-Texas A&M game Saturday night in Lubbock. Among those from Clarendon were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tunnell fildren. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Lowe and Sam, Dr. and W. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Flip Breedlove, Dr. and Devhle, Mr. and Mrs, Willard Skelton, and Mr. and bean Singleton. the game, part of the group met for a late dinner in Women visit Dallas and Ellen Bryan spent the weekend in Dallas, where ' Bale visited her sister, MrS. W. T. Gibson, and Mrs. Bryan her sister and brother. They left Clarendon Friday, and, Monday ..... Schools. Seminars. Special courses. What do you say about an agent who never stops studying? Professional. Southwestern LiFe D Happiness is,what we sell. H.M. (Flip) Breedlove Clarendon, Texas BRONCHO KENNETH REESE goes around the side for a big gain in Friday night's game against the Valley High Patriots. Clarendon easily won the game [Press Photo by Richard Allen] BUY A CLASSIFIED FOR FULL PRICE ON THURSDAY, AND GET SUNDAY'S CLASSIFIED AD FOR JUST HALF PRICE! ! !! While the U.S. Consumer works 24 minutes to purchase one pound of sirloin steak, consumers must work 110 minutes in Franee, 132 minutes in the U.S.S.R., 118 min- utes in Brazil, 269 minutes in Ja- pan, and 27 minutes in Canada. Protein values of meat don't change during the ordinary cook- ing methods, but there may be a small loss of some vitamins (pri- marily thiamine). That's another reason why it's important to use the lower temperature cookery methods recommended in most recipes. Two other important rea- sons for the lower temperatures advised in meat cookery are the greater juciness as well as better yield. Meat pies are pies, of course, but they're also stew. In fact, a good way to vary the second-day serving of stew is to place it in a pie pan or casserole, adding a dif- fer'cut vegetable when necessary, then topping with pastry, biscuits, mashed potatoes or cereal crumbs. CLARENDON QUARTERBACK Randy Croslin Is pulled down by two Valley High defenders in last Friday night's game. [Press Photo] Unique mosaics set for bank exhibit Thirty-seven wood mosaic portraits by James B. Mason will be on exhibition at the Farmers State Bank on Saturday and Sunday, October 27-28 from 1:30 to 5:00 p.m. At a showing of one of his portraits, the artist explained "To my knowledge and to the knowledge of such art authorities as the Smithsonian Institute, they are the only ones o/their kind in the world. The mosiac portrait that you see contains approximately 700,000 pieces of natural bits of wood separately cut and separately inserted, each in its proper place, by hand. In this picture or any picture of mine, there are no stains, dyes, tints, or false colors. The colors you see are only those of the woods cut from the trees as they were created by God and grown in their natural state in the four corners of the world. Each solid piece of wood reflects its separate color and gives a strength of character and texture I do not believe possible to achieve through artificial means." This will be the first public showing of the complete "Presidential Series", George Washington to Lyndon Johnson. Two other portraits by the same artist will be included in the exhibition. The local Museum Committee, Mrs. W. J. Lewis, Jr., president, has arranged for the Curator of these portraits, Mr. E. Shelby Cook of Amarillo, to be here to explain this unique art form. An admission charge of $2.00 for adults and $1.00 for students will be made, with the proceeds going to the Museum Committee. Monday accident An auto accident late Monday afternoon totalled two cars, but both drivers escaped injury. The accident, which occurred a block from Mills Motor Company on Highway 70 South, totalled the cars belonging to Mrs. Junior Putman and Clifton Elliott, both of Clarendon. Ideal for Cotton Trailers the weatherpermits. The quality of the maize has been above average, and all that is coming in is being rapidly shipped to nearby feedlots. The prize is going on $4.00 per $4.50 each hundresocia[ Luckily, there were no'injurles. Police Chief Gary Gerdes  investigated the accident, assisted by Patrolman Homer Hoiman. Area maize Broncho band competes 25 harvest SlOW The Breneho Band from Clarendon High School traveled to the West Texas State University Kimbrough Stadium Tuesday to The area's maize harvest has participate in a UIL marching contest. The band brought back a used tires been com,ng along "way behind '3' rating from the contest. schedule, according to Biackie The band's, twirlers did well individually and as a group also Johnson of the Bolin grain received a '3 rating from the judges. Andi Eades, in her solo " Elevator. Cloudy weather, a twirling, received a T rating. heavy dew and high humidity 950 has slowed the harvest 900 x 14 considerably. Four million a, pounds are in already, with 15% moisture, and much more is in the field ready for. cutting when Q. I collect State assistance because I'm blind and i have no" other income. I understand the Federal Government Is going to make these payments. What do I have to do to make sure my payments continue? A. Starting in January 1974, the Federal Government will make monthly Supplemental Security Income payments to [mountLag not included] Security You pick 'era, no returns. These tires have been checked, and do not have any breaks. come, first served. Get 'era while they 7 't forget us when it comes to ill s. es and people in finaneial need who are I, windm al 65 or over, or blind, or disabled. Until then, State and local dy .p public assistance offices will i Call Ru arta,n when ,n continue to make payments in the usual way. Since you're :1 of N getting State assistance, you don't have to apply for the Federal payments. The conver- sion from one program to the LESALi SOPPiy other will be automatic. Q. My 80.year-old uncle gets monthly social security pay. ments of about $100. That is H O barely enough for him to live on. He hasn't been able to get help from the State. Will the new Federal program be able to help him? A. When the Federal program starts in 1974, your uncle may be eligible for some supple- mental security income even though he is getting social security benefits. He should get in touch with his social security office for more information. Across From Chamberlain Motors 287 East Clarendon, Texas Phone 874-2526 WOOD MOSAIC portrait of George Washington made from hundreds of thousands of pieces of wood. It is the work of James B. Mason of North Carolina. Girl Scouts meet ':00Oct0ber 4 Junior Girl Scout Troop # 113 met Thursday, Ocot-ber 4. The following were elected to patrol leaders and other offices. Becky Hill, Kimbra Anderson and Lisa McAnear were elected as patrol leaders; Renee Cosper, reporter; Jamie McAnear. treasurer. The Scouts are meeting in two hour sessions this year, and meet every other Thursday. They will today from 4-6 p.m. in the scout room in the Old College building. Scout leades Peggy Anderson, Pat McAnear and Vera Tucker urge all fifth and sixth grade girls to come join in the fun with Troop # 113. CHECK00 OUT John's Greatselecti0n of fall clothing for 1973 Clarendon, Texas !iil !!,i;l