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October 18, 1973

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 ii  ........  i i  We' re always behind Bronchos! TH PRESS The Clarendon Press, October 18, Page 7 What a good game, Colts! The Colts beat Valley High last Thursday, 30-8. Our pep rallies seem to be helping out1 Speaking of pep rallies, Sparky your imitation of Mrs. N. was "out-of-sightl" Pep Squad, you need to con help the cheerleaders out at the game. Two or three voices aren't very loudl All of you Colt Fans, come help us cheer another 8th grade victory tonight in Memphis at 6:00. Seventh'grade will also be playing Memphis. Their game will be here at 6:00. Let's see all oyou at one of the gamest Looks like cold weather is starting to move in. Some of us are glad. However, Some of us prefer hot weather1 Toasting cherry juice is working out great for our boys. The CJH band went to the Hedley Cotton Festival. They won the 1st place award. We're proud of youl Shane S., maybe if the nut at the end of the pencil sharpener would work, your problem would be solved1 Dan S., your new notebook, complete with initials, is real groovy 1 Wade P. can't hit the trash can in Coach Hall's room. ls it 'cause he has his eye on a certain girl? Ed B., we can't decide who or what you're thinking about "in Math. John H.'s been playing catch with Denise! Nancy J., who did you dream about when you went to sleep? Dale G.'s trying to get Terri F.'s inviting attention. Susan B.'s going to race Bobby E. in the 50 yard dashl A most tragic thing happened this weekt Keith T. ran over Clint R. with a bike. Did it hurt, Clint? James W. is drowning in English--along with Tony B.t If Coach Bromley gave Rojo a sandwich every time he ran the S0 yard dash, he'd starvel You fans want to know something fishy? Sparky and Leeper have the same kind of pantst Mrs. Noonkester keeps a very noisy monster in her back closetl James, you don't have to worry; it's locked upl Clint R., Coach B. thinks your "spit curls" are cutel Are they easy to fix? Vanell L. has knots in her neck. We need to get them out. Girls that are interested in basketball, come join us Tuesdays and Thursdays after school. It's a lot of funl Irving, Susan B. said for you to remember'to put those groceries in the right car. Bill B., why are you bothering us sweet little girls? Sorry, but we didn't hear from the 8A and 7B reporters. Let's get on the ball, girlsl Keith T., your brother seems to be going for older Women. He's been trying to get a couple of eighth grade girls' attention. Well, Colt Fans, another week has gone by and we're still rounding em up and moving 'era outl Go Big Redll We're Behind You, Brones! RIGGS FARM a RANCH SUPPLY We Wish You the Bestl . T&M GENERAL STORE Bm and Claudine Todd Before the Game, Come By and Eat Best Dinner in Town ClosedTtesdy  . and Wednesday MRS. BROMLEY'S Backing the Bronchos ALL TH E WAY! ! Your grocery headquartem. JUNIOR'S FOOD MARKET Call 874.3434 Knock 'Em Bronchos! ! I Dead, CLARENDON Phone WHOLESALE 874-2526 SUPPLY Across from Chamberlain's All the Way BroncsI ! ALDERSON CHEVROLET 'A Friendly Place to Tracle' Offering No. 1 deals and No. 1 Service on America's No. 1 Cars & Pickups. I I t I I Country Club Corner Iamt Wednesday night the Board of Directors of the Counffy Club met in regular monthly business session to discuss operations in general. Fern Farr was named manager of the club and will be in charge of the club's business. She will also handle all, personnel matters,, Should any member need information in regard to party reservations or anything else pertaining" to the club, dial Fern at 874-2166 and she will be happy to assist yo. Thursday night the club served steaks to the directors of the Greenbelt Water Authority at their regular monthly meeting. Sunday was tournament day. Forty-eight Scotch Scramblers got into the act. The weather was perfect and some good scores were posted. The first place winning team with a 64 was made up of Mackie Allen, Delbert Robertson, Frank Thome and Dan Sawyer. Dan may be small but he ties right in to a golf ball Second place went to two teams who tied at 65. They were Jerry Ashworth, Bob Hood, Jerry Hemphill and Carolyn Payne, and Gerry McCarrell, Shelby Bell, Joe Hood and Brent Hardin. The third place team was a threesome with 66, Bill Mooring, Don Bagwell and Dave Croslin. Our new pro, Lndon White, has been on the job since the middle of last week and reports that he is enjoying meeting and" trying to remember the names of all of these in-and out.of-towners who play our course regularly. When the fountain,at ended an enthusiastic crowd was entertained for a solid hour by Paul Hahn, Jr. of West Palm Beach, Florida. His trick shots were uncanny, his sense of humor was great and I'll bet that he shoots a fine game of serious golf. The Clarendon College Board of Regents entertained visiting members of the Sodthern Association of Colleges with a dinner at the club Sunday night. All members are invited to a "Meet the'Pro Party" at the club next Wednesday evening, October 24. Come out and meet Mr. and Mrs. Pro and visit with your friends and neighbors. The time is from 7:30 to 9:30. Rains hold harvest in south-central Texas Harvesting was delayed by rains in Central and South Texas and in the San Joaquin Valley of California during the week, according to the Agricultural Marketing Service, USDA. The Arizona harvest was gaining momentum. In Oklahoma. New Mexico and in the E! Paso-Pecos and Plains areas of Texas the harvest was in the early stages. Most current ginnings were being delivered into marketing pools or against contracts made earlier in the year. Demand was good for uncommitted cotton. Buyers were active bidders on cotton offered by growers. Contracting of the 1973 and 1974 crops continued in some locations. Domestic mills purchased San Joaquin Valley. California growth at 85.00 cents per pound, basis grade 31 staple 35. Merchants offered 58.00 to 60.00 cents per pound for 1974 crop San Joaquin Valley growth but most growers were holding out for 65.00 cents, basis grade 31 staple 35. In the E1 Paso, Texas,area growers received 60.00 cents per pound for 1974-crop, Acala varieties, basis grade 31 staple 37. Medium staple varieties brought 52.00 to 56.00 cents per pound, basis grade 31 staple 34. Some Arizona growers rejected offering prices of 80.00 cents per pound for early ginned, mixed lots of mostly grade 31 staple 35. South Texas growers were offered 40.00 to 60.00 cents per pound for small mixed in-grade lots and 25.00 to 30.00 cents for below grade lots. Growers were reluctant to sell .at these prices. Some 1974 acreage was contracted1 at 62.00 cents per pound in the Harlingen area. Central Texas growers received up to 70.00 cents per pound for selected lots of grades 32 and 42. staples 32 and 33. Most mixed lots brought 55.00 to 3.00 cents per pound. however. On the Texas plains a limited vol'ume of mixed quality, early ginned cotton brought 60.00 to 68.00 cents per pound. Plains area growers contracted 1973-crop cotton at up to 41.00 cents per pound above loan fates for better quality, premium mike cotton.