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November 8, 1973

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FFA Senior Farm Skills team placed first place at the Greenbelt District held here last weekend. They will compete In Area I competition Saturday in Team members include Jimmy Floyd, Farreli MeAfee and Donnie Putman. [Press GREENHAND CHAPTER Conducting team from Clarendon FFA won first place in the Greenbelt District and will compete in the Area ! contest Saturday in Team members include Ferris Hightower, Dewey Ford, Dennis Swinney, Alan Dwight Hardin, Jake Longan, John Tucker and Frank Hommel. [Press Photo] 4 cu. ft. No-Froet refrigerator fi, even meat keeper THE JUNIOR FARM SKILLS team from Clarendon FFA won first place In Greenbelt District Saturday, and will compete in Area ! contest Saturday in Plalnvlew. Team members include Dennis Petty, Charles Mills and Mike Newhouse. [Press Photo] THE RADIO TEAM from Clarendon FFA won second place in Greenbelt District Saturday. Team members Include Stan Shelton, Scott Hamilton and Wayne Hardin. [Press Photo] Claude Goodnight i Nancy Carter's The Mustangs need one more victory to vie for the district title. They defeated the Wheeler Mustangs last Friday by a score of 21-14. Claude held WHS to only one first down the first half of play. Wheeler sneaked up the second half and scored two touchdowns, but CHS racked up another TD to end the game. Next week, the Mustangs end district play in competition with the Wellington Skyrockets. Support the Mustangs at Wellington. The CHS Mustangettes gave a basketball demonstration Saturday, November 3, at the Wayland Baptist College girls basketball clinic under the direction of Coach Jimmy Kirkland. The Mustangettes should really be tough this year with much experience returning. Be sure to suport your local teams when basketball season starts. Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Crain, Mrs. Beulah Newberry and Fred Whirlpool 30" range with Continuous Cleaning oven Automat*c' Mealfimer" c!ock, adjusteb!e broiler ontrol ' T,med appliance outlet Picture Window oven door lifts off, lift-up CO0op High-speed surface units *Trek. Longbine spent Monday afternoon visiting Retta Hubbard at Clarendon College girls dorm. Mrs. Lee Hess entered the hospital last week. She is home now and feeling better. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Carter spent Saturday visiting and shopping with Karen and Richard Day of Amarillo. Visting Friday night with the Carters were Miss Debbie McDowell of WTSU and Tommy McDowcll of Texas Tech. Mr. and Mrs. John Ballard and family attended the Texas Tech homecoming football game last week. Sunday afternoon the Claude Jaycees held an ice cream and cake party at the Warner Community Center in honor of one local Kids Incorporated football team and their parents. Coach Cecil Brown presented each boy with a Kids Incorporated letterman patch. Four sixth grade boys received outstanding player trophies. They were Shane Knop, Robby Fulghum, Brian Dye and Wade Anglin. Claude was spooky last Wednesday evening with all the ghosts and goblins lurking and knocking on doors. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Suttles, David and Dale, recently moved into the former Bob Byrd home on First Street. / Mr. and Mrs. David Land and Stan Lowrance were weekend O guests at Glen and Glenna Lowrance's. l Dianne Campbell is playing basketball at Wa3land Baptist College. See you next week. q Scholarships given to eleven students Eleven outstanding student musicians from the area have recently been awarded music activity scholarships for the fall semester by Clarendon College Music Department. The students are as follows: Mike Boothe is a 1973 graduate of Clarendon High School, pre-law student, trombone player. Mike Chappell is'a 1972 graduate of Memphis High School pre-pharmacy student, plays alto saxophone and clarinet. Charles Clinton is a 1972 graduate of Clarendon High School, music major, performs on piano and Hammond organ, and sings baritone in College Choir and College Singers. Johnnle Sue Hancock is a 1973 graduate of Memphis High School, pharmacy major, plays alto saxophone and clarinet. Earl Hartman is a 1973 graduate of Wellington High School, music major, trumpet player. Joburta Helms is a 1972 graduate of Caprock High School in Amarillo, music major, active in drama. She also sings soprano in College Choir and College Singers. Sally Keeton is a 1973 graduate of White Deer High School, sings alto in the College Choir and also in the College Singers. Marx Melton is a 1972 graduate of McLeanHigh School, performs on trombone. Joettea Pippin is a 1973 graduate of Palo Duro High School in Amarillo, Business Administration Major, sings soprano in the College Choir and College Singers. Alfred Saldana is a 1971 graduate of Wellington High School, music major, performs on saxophone and drums, sings tenor in College Choir and College Singers. Benny Stallings is a 1972 graduate of Wellington High School, music major, trumpet player. Church to hold weiner roast Calvary Baptist Church will host a wiener roast at the Church Fdday night after the football game. All youth are invited. e Model RYE3667, electric OSBURN ,u,.,,..,., Appliance , Texas 00e400d, Phone 874-3412 The Clarendon Press, November 8, Page 7 Clarendon takes FFA contest honors The 1973 FFA Leadership Contest for the Top-O-Texas and the Greenbelt Districts was held at Clarendon College last Saturday with Clarendon FFA taking the top honors in the Greenbelt District and Booker walking away with the honors of the Top-O-Texas District. Clarendon won three first place awards and placed second and third in two other categories of competition. Results of Greenbelt District competition were Clarendon winning the Jr. Farm Skills with 9S2 points followed by Childress with 951 points and Lakeview with 924 points. In Sr. Chapter Conducting, Valley High won top honors over Samnorwood with 757 points to Samnorwood's 701 points. Junior Chapter Conducting was won by the team from Clarendon with 861 points while Lakeview followed with 659 total points. In the Quiz portion of the competition the results were Hedley with 258, Childress 231. Clarendon 214. Wellington 203, Lakeview 200, and Valley High with 171 points. Clarendon placed first with 940 points in the Senior Farm Skills with Childress winning second place with 905 points. Booker FFA dominated the competition in the Top-O-Texas District by winning five of the six categories. Farm Radio: Booker 953. Perryton 945, Spearman 918. Darrouzett 916. and Brisco 898. Junior Farm Sldlls= Booker 937% points. Darrouzett 936. Mobeetie 915. Perryton 890, and Spearman 850 points. Quiz: Booker 223, Spearman 219%. Briscoe 218. and Wheeler 204. Senior Chapter Conduction: Booker 958 points, White Deer 953 and Perryton. 939. Junior Chapter Conducting: White Deer 931. Spearman 928. McLean 913 and Booker 896. Senior Farm Skills: Booker 954. Darrouzett 946 and Moheetie 920. The weekend competition brought 350 young men and women to Clarendon and the Clarendon campus. Winners will advance tO the Area Contest in Plainview on November 10. Jerry Hawkins. chairman of the Agriculture Department at Clarendon College, was the host and Director of Saturday's competition. Group travels to Dallas Richard and Ina Hinlde, Connie and Wanda Dromgoole, Betty and Barry Tyler, Lillian Peters and Doug and Pat Peters and Stacy of Amarillo made a trip to Dallas this last weekend to watch the Cowboys play. While there, they stayed with Tony Dromgoole and his wife. Richard and Ina then went on to a sales meeting n Dallas. They" reported it very successful. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pittman have returned from vacation and now have their dry cleaning shop opened again. THE QUIZ TEAM from Clarendon FFA won tlflrd place in Greenbelt District Saturday. Team members are Dwight Hardin, Dewey Ford, John Tucker and Ferrls Hlghtower. [Press Photo] U A Steak for Two $6.75 Includes Sirloin Steak Bak00 Potato or Fries " Salad Tea or Coffee Mutt's Restaurant Highway 287 West Clarendon, Texas t