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The Clarendon Press, October 21, Page 2 WHAT ARE THEY? This photo was taken during Friday afternoon's skit at the Clarendon-Memphis pep rally. [Press Photo] Classes hear lecture On October 15, the art and speech classes of Clarendon College attended a presentation given by the Amarillo Art Center Association. The presentation was conducted by Widad Ayad, originally from Egypt. The subject was King Tut's tomb, its discovery and the effect it had on history. Also discussed, were other kings and pharaohs that played a significant part in Egyptian history. Briefly covered was the religion and dynasties of Egypt. Slides were shown of the discovery of King Tut's tomb. Widad Ayad was born and raised in Egypt. She came to the United States in 1954 and has not, as of yet, returned to Egypt. Mrs. Ayad, her husband and children make their home in Amarillo. Whirlpool 19.4 ou. ft. NFmst refrigerator No defrosting, even in 201 -lb. freezer with 2 ice trays Twin crispers, glide-out 13.6-1b meat keeper 2 full-width, sliding shelves Wheels, optional ice maker Modal RYE3667, electrtc CHEERLEADERS PARTICIPATE In a skit at pep rally prior to the Memphls.Clarendon football game. [Press Photo] Clarendon BSU attends (;onvention at Dallas Whirlpool 2-epeed, &cycle automatic waldlM Cool-down care for permanent press 3 water level selections 4 wash/rinse water temp. Model LAA 5700 selections: Soak setting Whirlpool budget-minded rM=ycla auto- ntl dryer Cool-down care for washable knits and permanent press Handy TUMBLE PRESS control 3 drying temp. selections Upto 75 rain. drying time s159oo" Modal LAE 5700, electric Explorer Post No. 33 met Thursday night at the Farmers State Bank to discuss a ski trip to Red River January 4, 5 and 6. Next Thursday, October 25, is the deadline for the payment of the $10 deposit required to reserve a place on the trip. Only two hundred people will be taken, and reservations are being made on a first-come-first-serve basis. The total cost of the ski trip should be between $30 and $40 per person. Last year the cost per person was $32. The price includes meals, lodging, ski lift rides, skis and boots. The group will meet again Thursday night. Ulc dlehlolm 2 full-size revolving spray arms, silverware basket in door Rinse conditioner dispenser Super Wash and Rinse-Hold cycles; porcelain-enameled tub 10oo" Convertible-portable Model SAF-330 with reversible wood work top Undercounter model available Whirlpool 30" range with Continuous Cleaning oven Automatic Mealtimer* clock, ad ustable bro ler control Timed appliance outlet Picture Window oven door lifts off, lift-up cooktop High-speed surface units *Tmk. Whirlpool Trash Masher compactor. Smashing Ideal Turns bulky trash tnto about 1/, original sliO0O, size Compacts a week's worth for average family of 4 -- into a tidy, take-out bag Just turn key Free-standing Model SXC-20O OSBURN Furniture& Appltance Clarendon, Texas  Phone 874-3412 I I I I To build hot open face sand- wich snacks in minutes, begin with English muffins and extra meat. Almost any meat leftover can be used, such as slices or pieces of ham, roast beef, roast pork loin, corned beef or beef potroast. Simply spread halved English muffins with mustard, cat- I sup or mayonnaise; add slices of cooked meat; season with salt, pepper and spice, as desired, and slip under broiler for a few min- utes to heat. Top each sandwich with a slice of cheese and con- tinue broiling until cheese begins to melt. Serve hot. Canned meats can answer your SOS. A cool headed homemaker doesn't fret when faced with a menu emergency when her cup- board is stocked with canned meats. The homemaker can count on a can of luncheon meat, hash, meat spread, meat balls, sloppy Joe burger filling or dozens of other canned meat products for a quick lunch or wholesome snack. Ham is a happy choice for the outdoor grill. Prepare a whole boneless ham on the rotisserie, slices on the grill or cubes for kabobs. For varied flavor appeal, baste with a favorite sauce. Calories in beef cuts such as round steak, sirloin tip roast and T-bone steak, and in pork cuts such as loin roast, chops, tender- loin and baked ham, total under 250 calories per 3V2-ounce serv- ing of cooked lean meat. Although less than 10 percent of the people live on farms today, it's estimated that about 40 per- cent of all jobs in the United States are related somehow to agriculture. Related fields include marketing, processing and trans- portation of food products, plus the manufacturing and distribu- tion of equipment and services needed by the modern farmer. Last year Americans ate 100,- 000 tons of yogurt, about one third more than they ate in 1969, and six times the amount con- sumed twenty years ago. The "darkness" you sometimes see around the bones of cooked poultry is harmless. This is an indication of a very young, tender bird whose bones have not yet matured and are very soft and porous. The pigments from the marrow seeped through to dis- color the meat next to the bone. There's a difference between mayonnaise and salad dressing. Mayonnaise is a stable emulsion of oil droplets in water. It doesn't separate because it is stabilized with egg yolk. Salad dressing con- tains less oil and a cooked starch paste which substitutes for part of the egg. Families will eat five snacks a day instead of three meals by 1980, and 70 percent of the meals will be eaten away from home. Homemakers will rely on freeze drying, radiation cooking, com- puter shopping-menu planning, and edible packages to make at- home meal preparation more con- venient. If your French-fried potatoes are soggy and greasy, the frying fat may not be hot enough. Tem- perature of the fat should be 370 to 385F. .The Lonely Heart.----. _ H On October 5-7, the Baptist Student Union of Clarendon College attended the B.S.U. State Convention held this year at Dallas. There were seventeen students from Clarendon College attending. On Friday night the students heard Grady Nutt, a professional Christian humorist and ordained Baptist minister, talk on "The Funny Things That Happen in a Baptist Church." His style and humor had the auditorium of 5,409 students and leaders in complete hysteria. Rev. Buckner Fanning, pastor of the Trinity Baptist Church, San Antonio, brought the Friday evening sermon on "Jesus, the Man and God." Then on Saturday aftenoon, Andrae Crouch and the Disciples, a Christian-gospel group that has grown into international fame, gave a concert. As they sang, the group members shared their faith in Jesus. Saturday night was given to the Summer Missionaries who are sponsored by the Texas Baptist Student Unions. These are young people from the colleges in Texas who spend 16 weeks of the Summer in a state in the U.S. and some students spend the time in a foreign country. They teach Vacation Bible Schools, youth work, and other work in the local churches in the area in which they are sent. These students receive no salary for their work. They simply give their time and efforts in these capacities. Dr. Charlie Shedd, pastor of the Jekyll Presbyterian Community Church, Jekyll Island, Georgia, talked on "The Six Tests for Real Love" to close the Convention. The groups arrived back in Clarendon tired, but refreshed by the fellowship and spirit of the other 5,392 students and leaders from all over Texas. The Baptist Student Union invites all College students and faculty members to come on Tuesday nights at 7:30 p.m. for the meetings and fellowships. New rule effected On October 1, the new personal flotation device (PFD) regulations for recreational boats went into effect, according to Texas Parks and Wildlife Department officials. On boats 16 feet or longer, each person on board or on skis will now be required to have access to either a Type I, II, or III (wearable) PFD. Additionally, there will have to be at least one Type IV (throwable) PFD on board. Boats less thaa 16 feet long and all canoes and kayaks will not be affected by the new regulations. These still must be equipped with one Type I, If, Ill or IV PFD for each person on board, including skiers. The law also requires that all life preservers used be U.S. Coast Guard approved with the approval number indicated on the PFD itself. PHONE 874-3600 WITH YOUR I LOCAL NEWS00 Introducing... Doris McAfee Assistant Cashier i:: Doris McAfee has been employed by The Farmers State Bank and Trust Company for 6V years. She and her husband Cecil have lived here for 10 years, moving here from Olney. They are members of the First B; Church, and have two sons, Steve Farrell. Doris McAfee is here to serve you. ITHE FARMERS STATE Clarendon Cattle Co., Inc. Now offering for the good winter grazin season ahead, pre-conditioned stocker cat Available on the gain or buy back deals. FI NANCI NG AVAI LABLE! See us for any of your cattle needs. The market has just about stabilized Buy light cattle and stay in the business. We have a limited number of good, young stock cows, Age guaranteed See or Call CLARENDON CATTLE CO., IN William M. [Bill] Porter 874-3314 eagan Bain 874-2392 David Guill Chester Moore - Stockyards 874-3901