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The Clarendon Press, October 18, Page 12 BRONCHO BOOSTERS are shown painting signs on downtown businesses Tuesday to build spirit for the upcoming Clarendon-Memphis football game. The town Is all keyed up for the annual game. [Press Photo by Richard Allen] Cho 4-man team wins Florida Scramble The team of Mackie Allen, Delbert Robertson, Frank Thorme and Dan Sawyer put together a seven under par 64 to win the Clarendon Country Club Florida Scrambles Sunday afternoon. After the tourney trick-shot artist Paul Hahn gave a golf clinic livened up with jokes and gags and then showed the crowd his trick shots - some of them with trick clubs. Clarendon's new golf pro Lendon White was impressed with the exhibition. "When he got to the trick shots," White explained, "he had everyone's sides aching." Two teams tied for second in the tournament with six-under 6S's. One team was made up of Jerry Ashworth, Jerry Hemphill, Bob Hood and Carolyn Payne. The other second-place finisher consisted of Gerry McCarrell, Shelby Bell, Joe Hood and Brent Hardin. Forty-eight participated in the tournament. Fourth place finishers were Bill Mooring, Don Bagwell and David Croslin. Services held Services for Dollie Dee Bain, who operated Bob & Dee's Flower Shop in Clarendon until recently, were held Saturday in the First Baptist Church in Clarendon. Services were under direction of Boxwell Funeral Home of Amarillo. Mrs. Bain died last week following a lengthy illness. Vandals hit float Vandals hit the Security State Bank parade float following the Hedley Cotton Festival parade Saturday, tearing the beautiful float up. Employes of the bank worked Sunday and Monday in an attempt to repair the float so that it can be used in the parade at Memphis this week. l / PAUL HAHN JR., center, gave one of the most Interesting golf exhibitions ever seen on the Clarendon Country Club Golf Course Sunday before a large crowd. Looking over some of Hahn's equipment are John Wayne Stopp, left, and the new pro, London White, Hght. [Press Photo] If there's a new car in your future, Chamberlain Motor Company should be in yourfuture too. Chamberlain specializes in-- --Money saving deals --Friendly service ose your method of saving --Service after the sale money with Chamberlain. 1. Trade for a new, luxurious new 1974 t car, and drive in style for the rest of the year. 2. Trade for a new, 1973 car, save a bundle of money, and still have a brand new car. 3. Buy a pre-owned car, one that's been checked out completely by Chamberlain's factory-trained service personnel. RIVIERA HARDTOP COUPE CENTURY 350 COLONNADE HARDTOP COUPE Dr. James Brandon RELIGIOUS THOUGH Israel and God's Covenant Abraham was the first Hebrew. The Lord God said: "Neither shall thy name any name shall be Abraham; for a father of many natioWI made thee. And ! will make nations of thee out of thee. And l will establish my covenant between I thee and thy seed after thee in their generations everlasting covenant to be a God unto thee, and to thy thee. And I will give unto thee, and to thy seed after land wherein thou art a stranger, all the land of Can, everlasting possession, and i w be their God" [Gen. There are several aspects of this covenant or a with the Israelite people: First, the covenant is a promise of God. God Abraham. God never goes back on a promise. The said, "The Lord is not slack concerning his premise, men count slackness, but is long suffering to us-ward. 3:9]. Every promise God ever made He brought to promise concerning the Messiah and the chosen God literally fulfilled in history, or is in the process Second, the covenant concerning the Israelite exclusive covenant (agreement). God said, "As for me, my covenant is with thee..." God chose one man out nations of the earth to stand in a special, exclusive Him. He was to be the father of nations. King of his bosom. From this one man was to come a nation, j4 nation of the Almighty God. Through his family tree born the Messiah, the Son of God, who was and is Jesus Christ. Third. the covenant concerning the Israelite people "everlasting" covenant. Twice in this passage of uses the word "everlasting." The Bible says, "For not cast off his people, neither will he forsake his [Ps. 94:14]. Even when the Lord Jesus Christ was cross by the hand of the Jewish and Roman nations, He "Father, forgive them, for they know not what they 23:34]. Not only did God establish this covenant with but promised him: "between me and thee and thy thee in their generations for an everlasting God unto thee, and to thy seed after thee." Fourth, the covenant concerning the Israelite people with a possession of land: '.'and I will give unto thee, seed after thee, the land wherein thou art a stranger, all of Canaan, for an everlasting possession." When Prophet of God and leader of God's people died, God se t from the plains of Moab unto the mountain of highest peak, called Pisgah, that is near the site "and the Lord showed him all the land of Gilead, unto Dan to Beer-sheba--from Damascus in the north to the of Egypt in the south], and the Lord said unto him, land which I sware unto Abraham unto Isaac, and saying, I will give it unto thy seed..." [Deuteronomy God sware to Abraham, "all the land of Cimaan i thee and to thy seed after thee, for an and ! will be their God." The land occupied by countries of the Middle East, God gave to the Abraham, the Israelite people for an everlasting the days of Joshua, they won it by right of conquest. fought throughout the centuries to possess it. They are again. Keep your eyes on what happens in Israel. You seeing the hand of God working and moving in very day, to accomplish His everlasting promise and everlasting covenant. You will find God's promises in His Book, the Bible' Scriptures. Read your Bible. Jesus said to His Christian, called by His name, "Watch and pray, come not upon you unawares." Texas wheat attend symposium Amarillo ....... Wheat producers throughout the and North Centrai Texas will get a look at the production picture during a Wheat Symposium Nov. Holiday Inn West here. Registration for the daylong meeting will begin according to R. J. Hodges, agronomist for the Extension Service, which is sponsoring the event along Panhandle Economic Program, South Plains Program and Rolling Plains Economic Program. Setting the stage for the symposium will be Dr. E. Extension Service assistant director and state program leader. His talk will be on "The Challenge ill Agriculture." Discussions will follow on pest management, the insect and weed situation, the fertilizer situation, management and economics for decision making. Speakers will be Extension Service specialists III, entomologist at Vernon; Dr. Frank Petr, area Amarillo; Leon New, area irrigation specialist at Norman Brints, area economist at Vernon; and area economist at Lubbock and Tom Diamond-Shamrock at Amarillo. Extension Service district agents W. W. Amarillo and J. G. Simmons of Vernon will provide the morning and afternoon sessions, respectively. R. B. Dawson, chairman of PEP, and Bob RPEP, will preside over the sessions. According to Hodges, the symposium will follow meeting of the Texas Wheat Producers Association location on Nov. 28. Cha BUICK, PONTIAC--OLDSMOBILE--,;ADILLAC--)PEL --GMC 0000fcce Plc'xe I We're In business to make Uou smile ,.c,,,,= ,oo G.E.D. Exams mberlain Motor Company Clarendon College Saturday the 20th of October, Clarendon,, Texas. The tests will begin at 8:00 a.m. io in the College Administration Building. it approximately ten hours to complete the exam. Cost e will be $13.00 payable at the time of the Anyone interested in taking the tests should Clinton, Leonard Selvidge, or Floyd Guinn at the the 17th of October, 1973. To contact by phone, col 11 you may contact the college by writing Box 968, Texas. 79226. /