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October 25, 1973

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The Clarendon Press, October 25, ,Page 6 ! 6RONC BUSTER ! The Clarendon Drenches did it again Friday night,October 19. This time, however, the score was not 14-0. The Drones beat Memphis 13-12. The game was a really close game the whole way through. It kept the fans on their feet the whole time. The Drenches never gave up and they showed Memphis and Clarendon which is the better team. Last week was a busy, busy week for the students at CHS. Everyone knows what a rival Memphis is to Clarendon and that fact alone kept us all hopping. Spirit was at an all-time high. The cheerleaders worked downtown painting the windows...they gathered boxes for the bonfire and they even found time to rehearse their skit for the pep rally. The Spanish Club sponsored a car Iash and that meant work.The car which was donated by Calvin Burrow had to be painted...one time WOULD HAVE BEEN sufficient! Then Thursday night there was the bonfire...which turned out to be worth all the time and energy it took to get it together. The B-team Drenches went to Memphis that night to take on the Memphis B-team. The Drones lost 28-0. Then came the next day...which was Friday. The day began with a street rally. The day's activities never slowed up, and the spirit never died down. The pep rally was one of the best ones we've hadin quite a while. Playing Memphis gets everyone fired up. The Sophomores received the spirit award. Coach Lemons gave the pep talk, and the pep rally ended with the singing of the school song. Then it was game-time. After the game, the juniors of CHS sponsored a victory dance in the cafeteria. The band went to Canyon last Tuesday to the UIL contest. It must not have been our day, however. We came home with a III rating...but it was because everyone got scared and just flat messed up. Friday night's performance was a definite improvement...some days we just don't march as well as other days. The band was fired up anyway for Friday night. When the ratings were announced at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium, Memphis stood up and cheered as our rating came over the loud speaker. We did get them back, though, didn't we? Andi Eads did very well at contestmShe made a I on her twirling routine. Kim Newhouse made a II and Karen Burgess made a Ill. The Future Teachers of America held a meeting one day last week. Mona Robinson was elected to run for a district office at the district convention November 6. Mac Thornberry was elected campaign manager. Liz Bromley, Roy Monroe, Jack Bell, Shirley Wise, Karen Burgess and Mark Boothe were elected to the campaign committe. The members then filled out point-sheets and discussed *' : possibility of selling Christmas Cards as a chapter project. Freda White looked rather unhappy Friday night. But she looked quite the opposite Saturday night. Teresa Jack had a busy weekend. Don't wdrry, Laura. I really think Gary can be trusted...even if his old flame does come down over the weekend. Cindy Price got excited at the game Friday night and broke her clarinet in half. Someone was busy with a paint brush Friday night. As a result, the Student Council gets to write a letter to Memphis. The B-team cheerleaders got a little scared Thursday night, but they managed to make it home safely. This week the Drenches play the Claude .Mustang s here in Broncho Stadium. Game time is 7:30. The pep rally prior to the game will begin at 3:30 Friday afternoon. The CHS Spanish Club will sponsor a victory dance in the cafeteria after the Drones beat Claude. Admission will be $1.00 per couple and $.75 for singles. The club plans to have plenty of good food on hand so everyone plan to come. Go Drenches. We all have confidence in you to once again beat the Claude Mustangs1 Good Luck[ Hello, out there! Last week was "Beat Memphis Week"[ The Colts surely did try[ Eighth grade tied 18-18 and 7th grade lost 28-0. Better luck next time, 7th. The Pep Rally was So spirited the High School could hear us[ Ellen and T9rfi, you were really cute(?) cheerleaders[ And you're who's. "Sweeties"? Our next Pep Rally will be today at 1:00 p.m. All you Colt Fans come down and join us. The 8th grade Colts will play Claude tonight there at 6:00. We're proud of the Drenches. They showed extraordinary determination Friday night in their victory over Memphis. Drenches, the Colts are backing you 100%[ ' The Colts challenged the Broncos Friday at the High School Pep Rally to see who could yell louder. Who won? The Girl Scouts are having a Halloween Spook House. Posters will be downtown soon telling all the details. We want to welcome Ricky Wing and Mark White to Colt Country. It's a great landl We hope you enjoy it as much as we do. The Jr. High Choir will be leaving early Saturday, the 27th, for All-Regional Choir at Perryton. Jenny D., how come Ed B.'s been walking you down the hall? Tomorrow night after the Broncho game there will be Youth Fellowships at a few churches. If you want to have fun, join us. Klm M., only one day a week at the table with Scott L. is allowedt Dean H., have you broken Jon N.'s record with swats? Knee high socks?Really, Edl Millie H., do you have so many love notes, you have to carry a big purse around? Those 7th grade boys just love older womenl Tommy L., your dog likes school? Terri S., running up and down the gym backwards is going to your headl Wilson, you might hurt the poor little fellow by'trying to catch him by his suspenders. Tony B., there's one fly down and two to go in Mr. Lowry's room. When did the friendly handshake with Mr. Leathers start, guys? Susan B., watch those X-rated reports. Sandy R., you sure do get tackled at lunch. Colts, let's Whip those Claude Colts tonightl Go ig Redt PHONE THE CLARENDON PRESS WITH YOUR LOCAL NEWS. ALL THE WAY Bring back victories, Bronchos CLARENDON MFG. DIST. CO. Broncs MURPHY FUNERAL HOME / l Friday Night / Broncho Stadiu / "Go All the Way, Bronehos, ," 7:30 p.m. We're Behind You All the Way The place to buy your food. JR. BURGER 3 for $1.20 Largest Drinks in Town We're Banking on the Bronchos!! Get That Team, Bronehos!! 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