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Clarendon, Texas
November 1, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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November 1, 1973

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The Clarenden&apos; November  1, Page 8 Lead0000 ip. Contest set at Clarendon 00ut.or ,o a,,ear '"'o,"o,,"o'opO.e*asaod,,e ?!:;''u:i::':?!!'o'i!!iy'o:o::i: Museum committee Greenbelt Districts will bt4hcdd Saturday, November 3, on the Campus of Clarendon Ctzlk'ge. The winners of these two districts will compete in tbe 'm-Contes Saturday, November 10 in Plainview. The State Comest will be November 17, at Sam Houston State. The coatests Will be: Senior Chapter Conducting, Junior Chapter Condmctitg, Senior Farm Skills, Junior Farm Skills. Greenhand Qu and Farm Radio Broadcasting. The Top-O-Texas i)is: is made up of the following FFA Chapters: Allison, .ltdse, Canadian, Darrouzett, Follett, Gruver, MtLMabetie, Pampa, Perryton, namrock, Spearw,  and White Deer. GARAGE SAL item, From BOB D-S fLOWERS Large LangfetdLfefrlgerated flower box Many new & vases Pic machine= i':i: Electric Coke box   Artificial F: Many Chrzll mpplles Wedding S' , Ribbon,, foil, M* SUPl d ies Women s : Baby Bed, Household iteml  Mahogany twijrt;bedroom suit, double dresser " : % Water cooler : . Vacuum CW' Wellington. The District Leadership contests will be under the direction of Jerry Hawkins, Chairman of the Agriculture Division, Clarendon College and Mr. Walter Labay, Area I Supervisor from Plainview. Approximately 350 high school students are expected to participate in this competitive lvent at Clarendon College. Farm bureau plans chili supper ,The Donley County Farm Bureau President, Lee Shaller, would like to inform all members that the Farm Bureau will have its Annual Chili Supper on November 5th, at 7:00 p.m. in the Lelia Lake Community Center. The ladies are asked to bring a pie. Everything else will be furnished. The order of business will be the annual election of officers for the coming yefir. Monday, October 22, Veterans Day, a good crowd showed for golf. The ladies playday was well attended and there was quite a number of out-of-town green fees players on hand. Wednesday night was the night for the "Meet the Pro" party which went over real big. London and Kay White expressed their appreciation to all of the one hundred and thirty plus who came to meet them and enjoy the party., If you are not already playing golf, London can help you get started properly with ease. Just let him-]ow .at you are interested. JulPa'eck entertained a Iidge foursome at the club on Saturday afternoon. Several club members were seen at the Tech-SMU game Saturday. We expect a lot of golfers to take advantage of this pretty weather and hope that we can play every day right up to Christmas time. Regardless of the weather, just remember we have other facilities besides golf for all members to enjoy at the clubhouse right through the winter. ,DONLEY COUNTY i MARKET P : NEWS. FOR SALE:Used 50,000 floor furnace. Excellent condition, complete guarantee. See at Osburn Furniture, Clarendon, Texas. All Must Go - Low The Donley County Museum Committee, headed by J. Lewis, Jr. will host an autograph party in the Hospitality of the Farmers State Bank on Sunday afternoon, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Part of the proceeds from the book "The Lucky Moores" will go to the committee. The author, Elsie Bass Guthrie, will be present. She long-time Memphis teacher, Texas born and Clarendon College, Texas Tech University and Texas University, before earning her masters degree at West State University. Currently she is the vocational coordinator for the Memphis High School. She has been Texas Teacher of the Year and one of the ten top teachers U.S. The story is about the extraordinary and lucky Moores of Grossland, Texas. It is the story of an struggle to make a home for her brothers and sisters in seemingly insurmountable odds. The conflict between Melissa Moore and her aspirations for her brothers and sisters versus her selfish pursuit of a cattle empire creates an atmosphere of ! and tension throughout the book. This story will be worthwhile reading for anyone authentic details of pioneer living. ; Ray Appliance i General Electric Franchise Dealer Heating and Air Conditioning We service all makes of Air Condi Freezer and Refrigeration Service & Repairs GARAGE SALE: 514 South TOLE-TRAINING classes t Garhart, Sat., Nov. 3, 9 a.m. to begin November 7 and last D.P. RAY, owner 6 p.m. Car and motorcycle through December 11 at The C[arendon, Texas parts, electric ironer, radio, Country Store in Claude, Texas. cameras, clothes & etc. The instructor is Edith Wink- compleck. If interested, call 226-2621 or 944-3843 to enroll. TWO SMALL female short Curd of Thanks HAVE LISTING for good lake haired dogstobe givenaway. Waitresses Wanted lots. Baker Agency, 874-2384. See at 416 S. Jefferson or call &3 1973 For the many kind expres. 874-3565. LOST- A male miniature collie, Mry sions of sympathy, memorials silver and white. Answers to Good s and "Spook." Call 806-352-5120. and floral offerings during the FOR SALE: Border pure breed FOR SALE: Magic Chef working conditions. Le loss of our love one, we are truly Collie puppies. Phone 874-3355. apartment size range, Clean & ][toy grateful. , Texas Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Adams good condition. $30.00. 874 - Apply and family 3427 after 5 p.m. LEFT IN LAYAWAY:Eieetro- at , oo,o.,o.., s._., Mutt's Restaurant EIGHT FAMILY Garage sale, 5th and Cottage. Saturday, Nov. I ""' ' 'i Bunt-In Player. AM-FM Stereo FOR SALE:New and used Radio, Garrard Turn Table, 200 3. Coins, guns, clothes, dishes, [furniture. T&M General Store.] Watts, 10 Speaker System. Clarendon, Texas " , pottery, furniture, gobs of OdginalPrice:$399,9S. Assume / miscellaneous. IPhone 874-2155. I Balance of $245.00 or $10.00 " ' monthly. Payments at Martin's (p..4..i,..4..4.q.,l.4i.i.t..4 Our agents undergo one of SoundCentor, eurner Georgh|& : ' WOODY McGRAW now offers ,40 Amaltll MORRIS the toughest training everyday Free Dead ,StOck : "" ; o, Texas. , programs in the industrv. , , ,, , Removal. Call collect at * OAllr' O_ _ rlIA,lP| :: W, hat does it" get them?" I FOR SALE presenting Plainview Rending WLXNII ! " L . 1 HOUtm '11 Clarendmt Div,. of Tri-State lnds. WANT" ED:rro Im thle Clalrendl'on { qu[ilty Building Materials area young attractive ladies, age I . -- _. -- . . Professional. ..d Memphis 1 , I AIO Fazrml and Ranhell 20-30 for cocktail waitress work. I Usln top quahtv materxalS / 1 I Llting' Wated Starting pay $2.00 per hour. Pat  .... NEED MONEY for Christmas Room Loon e, 5609 Amarillo v " " i ...... g , Back-hoe servme avaxlable I o.,.o..,,.'t I SANDER S tmnuymguseoguns, anykmd, BoulvevardEast. Experience. rifles, shot guns, pistols. Write not necessary. Call Jan after 12  ......... ,, .: ': Happiness is what; we sell. I Real E=tate and state condition and price or p.m. days for details. # Phone a74-.5a0 :, :i i: :M, [FHp] Breedlove 1 Oneta Sanders stop by Claude Conoco Station, , ,, v , , ._ IA00,,o 00*ora00**aok*o,- Hwy 287, Claude, Texas 0 , ndon, Texas windmill. Galvanized, 600 ; 24 hours a day ' ! .... n on, Texas [ 874-2533 gallon or more. Call 874-3688 .  -- III | , after 6"00 p m ,<,- Cl0000LdOn Cattle Col Inc .,____ ____ lib II/__,;/., ,-, : - : - _-- ; - I !1 :- - -  WE IVE __at covers to fit WANTED. Baby sitting o ! Have your lraetor Heath Glass and " house cleaning. Contact Mrs. | __ = THin, CaB 874 3914 " " Frank Mahaffey, Ashtola Corn- |  ear fhRf n=_ 1 munity or Route 1, Clarendon.  .... =- -. =,v,,w ,- ,,iii';',Y" -- " FOR SALE: Queen Ann diva / i new upholstery?, 'ii#':*i'iii' 4z " O # e   In good condition. 874-2384. MAUR|CE'S POODLE BOUTI-- ' -- : !,,,., QUE, 2729 Wolfiin. Amarillo. ..... ..:.. -- 352-4371 for appointment. No . ms  st *,=ram aaJ AI  -' tranquilizing. Scissor finish t 1 " FOR RENT Corn letely fur HELP WANTED: Grain elevator !'f'; f ! ' nished two bed-roomPhouse 51; needs man for general elevator  ,v .. Now 0 fr|ng for the good winter grazing ] W. Sth, Nova Little. 874-2387.! wrk'Gdpayfrrightman'ICall 806-248-5591 or write: I . wel=._can ILr season  cad, pre-conditioned stocker cattle. [ Weeks and Bagwell Grain l your ear seats or lLlre , Elevator, Route 1, Groom, TX.  . - =',9 ,,: , FOR RENT, Modern two - , new agam. bedroom duplex apartments, l']l'd''l'  -- Avail! i On the gain or buy back deals. Be|l-Phone 874-3915 or 874-2576. TI'IE ! / Central heat and air. Bob rIIUINr  i I i:i!i :|'INANCINGAVAILABLE9 I e e h " CLAREND"'um See. us for all y:) m nt, privat bat, dressing  = . ----l- II--- J i rKl33 :: :]m for any of yourcattle needs. =m kitchen, large closets. 1Y'r,r,,, trim WORK. rxer t 1i =,:- rleatn na.s re, urne ,i +  trim work. i The market has just" about stabilized our business to )i  k y fight cattle and stay in the business. ]  a limited number of good, young stock cows, l I' " " /I i II '* Age guaranteed. 1  i C'ar and traetr upholst'  ! ! [! CL E C t vinyl tops, glass work. R NDON CATTLE CO., IN . ..w u,,o ! HEATH "  w..==:- M. " [ GLASS & tnt,vt=et'" /  [Bin] Porter 874-3314 / "----B'-- ' r' ' Stockyards 874-3901David Guill 874-2306 ,o, ,. ;o., .,.,,, I Behindclarendon,the FarmerSTexasStatel a Moore- / o, ,x,, ,,,,,  , / II I L-.--.----.-.------ .----- FOR RENT