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+ The Clarendon Press, November'1, Page 10 ++ Nancy Carter's : "ght: : Ciaude-G00dnl : The Mighty Musgs earned an important victory last Friday evening. Claude blanked Clarendon's Bronchos 29-19 which moved the Mustangs into first place in District 2-A. Claude jumped on top 15-0 on a 4-yard pass from quarterback Greg Forbes to Tony Stephenson and a six-yard run by Forbes. The defending state finalists Bronchos pulled to 15-6 at halftime on a 15-yard run by Kenneth King and were at 15-13 when King scored again and racked up an extra point in the third period. Claude then scored twice more and led 29-13 before the Bronchos added a final touchdown. The Mustangs are now 4-1 in district play and 5-3 for the season. Clarendon turned the ball over S times, but rushed for 168 yards compared to Claude's 148 yards. The Mustangs passed for 162 yards gain and the Bronchos earned 24 yards. Keep up the good work, Mustangs. The District Championship isn't far away. Congratulations to CHS students chosen as class favorites. They were seniors Linda Loveday and Dan Eisenhaur; juniors Karen Gunter and Tommy Jaramillo: sophomores Laurie Hamby and George Jaramillo; and freshmen, Billie Rutherford and Troy Conrad. Miss Tracy Brady was selected to be the recipient of the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen award. She was chosen by the CHS faculty because of her outstanding qualities of service, dependability, leadership, and patriotism. Tracy is also president of the National Honor Society, FTA and FHA officer, Lions Club Sweetheart, and plays tennis. The girls basketball team will present a demonstration of work-out routines and drills at the Wayland Basketball Clinic to be held Saturday, November 3. Coach Jimmy Kirkland will supervise the demonstration. In 1970 and 1971, CHS girls played exhibition games at the Wayland Clinic. No school on November 9 for Claude students. There will be an annual district XVI Texas State Teacher's Association meeting in Amarillo, lasting all day. Mark and Judy White of Canyon were Sunday visitors with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Brown and boys. Also visiting and having lunch with the Browns were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sanders of Goodnight. The Whites and Browns also attended the Caprock-Amarillo High game Saturday in Amarillo. Luther's nephew, Rodney Skelton, plays for Caprock. Charles Grumke was home Sunday visiting his mother, Grace and getting a good home-cooked meal. Claude Business Women, Group Three, held a forty-two and Halloween party last Saturday evening. Gena's Style Show will be presented tonight at 7:30 in the Warner Community Center. The Le Temps Club is sponsoring it and the public is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stephenson recently returned from a ten day trip to Kentucky, where they visited their daughter, Mrs. Frances Wolfe. They took a boat ride down Green River and ferried across Norfork Lake. They came home through Arkansas and reported seeing some beautiful scenery. Mrs. Artelle Cobb, son Mark, and Mrs. Ruth Longhagen returned recently from Dallas where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phillips and attended the State Fair. Bg!ce Merrill went to El Paso over the weekend with the W0 Soccer team. Kathi Eddleman returned to Dallas Sunday after visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Eddleman and Gall and Albert Thomas of White Deer. Mr. Otis Koontz of Clarendon and Beryle Eddleman of Pampa were also weekend visitors. Mr. and Mrs. S. L Grimes of Amarillo were honored by Mrs. Lucille Davis, children and grandchildren on,their S0th wedding anniversary, Sunday, October 28. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stalcup are celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary today. They are now in Olson Manor Nursing Home, Olson Blvd., Amarillo. They were Claude residents for many years. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Crain visited in Dalhart with Mittie Horschler and also with C. C. Horschler last week. The Crains were Saturday guests of Mrs. Retta Hubbard, Clarendon College dorm mother. Since I never seem to get any news on Ronald Patterson and he is a faithful Thursday afternoon reader of the Clarendon Press, I would just like to say hello. See you next week[ Sunday School class Elects new officers' J The Mary Martha Sunday School class of the First Baptist Church met Monday October 29, at the church for a luncheon and business meeting. Sixteen were present. Grace Leathers, president, presided. Mrs. Brandon offered thanks. Following lunch and during the business session, Mary Myers led the opening prayer. Dana Naylor gave the treasurer's report. Mary Myers, teacher, had been previously elected. Other officers chosen were: president, Grace Leathers; vice-president, Genoah Lowe; secretary, Laura Pfeiffer; assistant, Ora Aten; benevolences, Mona Churchman; assistant, Dana Naylor;devotional chairman, Louise Aten; reporter, Leona Quattlebaum. Group leaders are: Annie Leathers. Lillie Knox, Maude Palmer and Dana Naylor. Plans were discussed for the Christmas party. Lilac I, owe led the closing prayer. Attending were visitors: Mesdames James Brandon and Sarita, Burton Melancon, Joane Leathers and Jim Baker; associate members: Babe Brewer, Clara Burton, and Lilac Lowe; members: Ors Aten, Annie Leathers, Grace Leathers, Nora Leathers, Eleanor Martin, lary Myers, Dana Naylor and Myrtle Hay, College Baptists host Speaker, give supper On October 23, the Baptist Student Union of Clarendon College sponsored the spaghetti supper. It was a success as 55 students and area pastors and laymen were in attendance. The program for the evening was a speech given by Geary Brodgen, Minister of Music and Education, First Baptist Church, Memphis. His topic was "Youth, Marriage and Vation." Everyone in attendance enjoyed the fellowship and program. The Baptist Student Union is planning to have suppers each month for the college students and high school seniors. Go Bronchos! ! ! ALL THE WAY Bring back victories, Bronchos [CLARENDON MFG. Br0ncs DIST. CO. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: vs Tigers in the BRONCHOS!! We're Behind You all ThewayZ ! Friday Night MURPHY FUNERAL / : tML ' HOM /: a c ean / I / 7"311 pm "Go All the Way, Bronchos! !" " " " We're Behind You All the Way The place to buy your food. CLIFFORD Get'emEveryTimeBrones : Follow Bronc .I..KE - .,,,. GROCERY We give the Broncs. i , Football-ln andARCAD : their gas!! ! .... Sunday' s JR. BURGER 3 for $1.20 Largest Dr[nks in Town We're Banking on the Bronehos!! $ RODDY'S 66 ' , CLARENDON t Complete Auto Service * , : PRESS The BRONCHOS are Our First Boosting the Broncs Team Get That Team, ** Bronehos!! See Us for ALL Your Auto  Complete Care for your cat t DONLEY COUNTY pros i STATE B.ANK FIRSTSUPPLY :,, CORNELL TEXACO Complete Banking Service Basil & Letha Smith ',  Boosting the Brones all Season Put thOSe points on the Good Luck! board, Bronchos!! ;: The Life Insurance Expert. 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