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p, f&lt;" -,  , . Win that Game! EDDIEFEOYD'S GARAG mechanics & used cars Beforethe Game, Come By and Eat Best Dinner in Town Closed Tuesday and Wednesday MRS. BROMLEY'S Behind You, Brones! "The Bronehos are Wired to Win" RIGGS FARM & RANCH SUPPLY B.J. Land Electric Co. Professional Attention to Your Wiring Needs GO BRONCHOS!! SHIELDS CONOCO & Mrs. Herbert Shields Backing the Bronchos ALL THE WAY!! Your grocery headquarters. JUNIOR'S FOOD MARKET Call 874.3434 We Wish You the Bestl T&M ENERAL STORE WE WISH THE BEST FOR THE BRONCS THIS SEASON ! ! Bm and Claudine Todd HENSON'S Phone 874-3823 ALL TH WAY, BRONCSt Grab 'Em, BronchosI! ICABLE TVI OF CLARENDON We're always behind Bronchost THE PRESS Sock It to Em, Broncs! ! For all your monument needs. WALLACE MONUMENT Hwy. 287 East 874-2442 Knock 'Em Btonchos! l ! Dead, CLARENDON Phone WHOLESALE 874-2526 SUPPLY Across from Chamberlain's Boosting the Broncs to Victory! We drill water wells. L P. [BUD] MOO DRILLING CO. Phone 874-3687 All the Way Brones! ! ALDERSON CHEVROLET 'A Friendly Place to Trade' Offering No. 1 deals and No. 1 Service on America's No. 1 Cars & Pickups. The Clarendon Press, November 8, Page 11 Garry Bible from Alanreed visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Clovis Bible. Saturday night. Mrs. Larry Green and Mrs. Horace Green made a business trip to Amarillo Wednesday. On their return trip they bmugh{ Ben Green home. Mr. and Mrs. Doss Finley visited in Claude wih Fkwd Wilsp and family Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Budd White, Mrs. L, A. Watson and Mrs, Doua}d ()donl made a business trip to Memphis Friday. Mrs. Ben Lovell from Goodnight visited Thursdav with Mr. and Mrs. Nuford Dill. Mrs. Harold Childs from Sherwood Shores visited Tuesday with Mrs. Warren Hardin. Miss Mary Ann Clay was home over the weekend frm West Texas State University. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Benny Clay. Miss Beth Gr'een from Texas Tech was home for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hearn made a business trip to Amarillo Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Melba Flint and daughter from Fort Worth visited Monday with Mr, and Mrs, H. S. Mahaffey. Miss Lanita McDonald visited with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Odom and family Saturday, Mrs. Rhouda Green and Jason visited Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Chamberlain and family in Panhandle on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Rhoades visited Doyce Graham in the Hall County Hospital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ayers of Lelia Lake and Medical Center Nursing Home visited with Mrs. Austin Rhoades Smday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Start and family from Perrvt0n isitod Bro. and Mrs. Bryan Knowles and boys on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hamel from Amarillo visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Doss Finley. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Green and Jason, Mr. and Mrs. Bere Green, Miss Beth Green and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Dotrrie and Jennifer from Booker had supper at the Horace Green home Sunday evening. David Rippetoe spent Saturday night with Kenneth Odom. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Mills from Bridgeport spent this week wiO Mr. and Mrs. Nuford Dill. Rev. Abrian Myres and boys from McLean visited Saturday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Othel Elliott, Tom Odom spent Monday through Thursday in Hall (mm Hospital in Memphis. Hope you are better. Tom. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Koontz visited in McLean with MI :rod Mrs. Cliff Jones Sunday. The Ashtola Needle Club met November 1 it eight nlembcrs present. The hostess served jello, whipped cream, cow,kits, coffee and iced tea. Mesdames Mary Bella DeBord, Lillie Knox. Ruby White, Sue Rhoades, Bille Bible, Clare Finley, Addirenc Mahaffey, Ismanel Gray and Veda Mahaffey were present. We will have a basket Supper and forty-two part)' S;mlrdav night, November 10. We will eat at 6:30 p.m. ftostesses wilt bc Mrs. Clovis Bible and Mrs. Doss Finley. Will see you all next week. Temple to back child abuse bill AUSTIN..State Representative Buddy Temple of Dibotl announced this week his intention to introduce a bill next session of the Texas Legislature to help curb repeated child abuse', Temple stited that some medical experts are convinced tha the single largest cause of injuries and death to children hetv, een the time of birth and age 3 was repeated injuries intentioimily administered in the home by one or both parents, Temple's proposal would call for a centrally located, slafe ide reporting system of suspected child abuse cases. The Dlboli legislator said such a system would allow early discovery of mistreated children. Temple said that presently medical doct.rs who have onN a slight suspicion of mistreatment were reluctant to report such cases to the Welfare Department or police authorities. And, if the cases were reported, the authorities would have very little on which to make a case. I* However, a centrally located reporting system to hich even slight suspicions of abuse were reported would allow.# tle t be developed over a period of time, The accumulative file would give the authorities needed proof. Temple said that such a system was especially needed sinc parents guilty of such offenses change from doctor to do<.(o preventing any one doctor from reaching a conciusi.|. "What the World Needs Now...!" by David J. Eckenboy, pastor Church of the Nazarene in recent years a popular song described what the world needed--love. For a while it was very popular then faded. Yet, what it sang about has more truth than fancy to it. We have all heard a dissident cry for 'free love.' The idea of love seems to be a prevalent theme for the cures of all social and possibly political ailments. The Word of God even teaches that love is the basis by which man can initiate and maintain vital relationships wih others. When the man Lazarus was sick in Bethany, his sisters sent a message to the Lord Jesus which said, Lord, behold, he whom though lovest is sick [John 11:31. Their appeal was based upon His personal love for their brother, net on Lazarus" love fir th lord. nor the demands of the sisters' need. And xhite their immediate need was not fulfilled, it did come to, a happy conclusion for all. Today, we live in a world that is seeking a solutimx to ,ls chaotic existence. Yet, this world continues to ignwe the obvious, ageles answer to its desperation--the world-changin love of God. This love created the universe, it also chagcd the course of history at a place called Calvary. Yet, eve more exciting is that when we posses this world-changing iove o God we can change our world. The Apostle John wrote,Beloved, if God so lined us, we ought also to love one another [l John 4:11], God's 1,>e was the motivation that sent His Son to die in our place. This same loc f God should initiate our own actions, neve shouid wc ac at ',he invitation or behest of men. Only when this k,ae motiva,e oar lives can we then change our world. We must realize that alone we can do absolutely nothing  change our world. We can change it only when we have Gd and His love with us. This is 'lov e your enemy..' type of love. (,od" love makes change possible, we must possess it to make ch;m,,c possible. The Church of the Nazarene invites you to,its serxices to ha, more of this world-changing love. :Fhese opportunitie ac: Church school--9:4S a.m.; Morning worship ll:00 a m. Evening worship--7:00 p.m.; Midweek Bible Std .730 pm All should attend church to ether as families