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/ r car ALL THE WAY, BRONCS! Grab 'Em, Bronchos! ! ICABLE TVi OF CLARENDON I I We're always behind Bronchos! TH PRESS The Clarendon Press, November 15, Page 11 Man, what a weekl Last week was the last football game for the year. Eighth grade Colts play Silverton and won, naturally, 42-20! Seventh grade played Wellington and lost 14-0. We're really sorryl The pep rally was really greatl The bleachers were banging and clanging. The cheerleaders skit was hilarious. Terri, Ellen and Mary were robbers of a Colt bank. Sheryl was the poor helpless banker who was being held up. Denise had the lucky part of Coach Bromley, the hero of the day, who killed the robbers "deader than an hammerl" Basketball season is here[ These practices, we hope, will really show in that first game--and in every game. Happy Birthday to the birthday kids. Now John H., those birthday spankings weren't that badl Six Weeks tests were running out of our ears last week. We hope everyone did well on them. This is a reminder for the ones who are entering the flag contest. Your flag has to be a drawing of something around our area, and it must be turned in by January. If you're in the contest, we wish you good luck. The mumps seem to be spreading fast, Ya'll hurry and get well soonl The 6th graders' myths which were hanging in the English room have been replaced by their "facts." Looks like we have some "future writers of America!" The band is really sounding off! Keep on marching, band. For the game last Thursday, we all dressed up[ It was our way of saying "Good Luckl" Mr. Lowry must have been "swatting" the 6A boys! Chad S., nice to have you back in school. Now we hear you're gone again. Faye W. has a new hairstyle. Cute! Coach Hall really enjoys his portrait on the board. We can telll Gary M., we saw that love note in your pocket[ Teresa H., why do you enjoy singing "Delta Dawn" in spelling? Goodbye, Anita, and Good Luck in Claude. We'll miss youl Dee Ann C., do you really like Tony B.? Coach Hall is putting all the boys behind Janna B. to keep them quiet. Is it working? By the way, Margaret S. claims she can "whip" Coach Hall with her little finger. Is that so? Mark W., are the Clarendon girls that beautiful? Coach B., how did "Squanto" become a dance step? Linda W., at least your foot is better off than Wilson's leg[ Tony B., why are you and Leeper playing with magnets? I guess this rounds up the weekl We're surely proud of our football teams this yearl We're still on the Colts' sideItl Nancy Carter's ,,,,,,., o=o, ,,,,fo..,,.e _.___ ._____ and Eat Sock It to Em, Broncs! ! EDDI E FLOYD'S GARAG mechanics & used cars For all y0 monument needs. WALLACE MONUMENT Best Dinner in Town Closed Tuesday and Wednesday MRS. BROMLEY'S Hwy. 287 East 874-2442 Behind You, Broncs! RIGGS FARM & II "The Bronchos are Wired to Win" B.J. Land Electric Co. Knock 'Em Dead, B ronchos! ! ! Phone CLARENDON IRANCH SUPPLY Professional Attention to Your WHOLESALE 874-2526 I Wiring Needs SUPPLY ! Z. i ...... ...... '- .... _ _ _ . ! II Across,, from Chamberlain's . | Boosting the Broncs to Victory! We drill ,water wells. L. P. [BUD] MOOR DRILLING CO. Phone 874-3687 GO BRONCHOS! ! SHIELDS CONOCO & Mrs. Herbert Shields Backing the Bronchos ALL THE WAY! l Your grocery headquarters. JUNIOR'S FOOD MARKET :ones! We Wish You the BestI T&M IiENERAL STORE Bm and Clanti ne Todd Call 874.3434 WE WISH THE BEST FOR'THE BRONCS THIS SEASON l ! HENSON'S 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. Phone 874-3823 The Mustangs have done it. They accomplished what many persons in the area thought impossible. They are District Co-Champs along with the Clarendon Bronchos and the Memphis Cyclones. Claude Mustangs defeated the Wellington Skyrockets last Friday night by a close score of 21-20 to cinch their claim.on part of the District 2-A Championship. The last quarter proved to be exciting. George Brewer of Wellington passed to teammate Randall Hodges for 18 yards and a touchdown in the last quarter, making the score 21-20. However, the Skyrocket kick for the extra point failed, leaving Claude the victor. Tony Stephenson scored for CHS on three and five yard runs. Greg Forbes put the Mustangs ahead with a 10-yard run. Coy Johnson kicked an extra point and Mike Campbell took a pass from Forbes for a two point play. This was Claude's last district game. Clarendon and Memphis still have one district game each. We're proud of you, Mustangs! Mustang annual sales are still going strong. Be sure to buy one. The Methodist Annual Baza was held Wednesday, Nov. 14, at the Fellowship Hall of the First Methodist Church of Claude. Many items were featured sUch as clothing, toys, books, hand knit items, Christmas gifts, pastry, and home canned foods. Thanksgiving is on its way. A community wide Thanksgiving Service is being planned by the churches of Claude for Wednesday evening, Nov. 21. A special offering for transients will be taken during the service. The First Christian Church of Claude held an annual Thanksgiving supper Wednesday evening, Nov. 14. All members brought a covered dish and guests. Debbie Goodin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Goodin, will represent District I in the upcoming Texas Farm Bureau contest Dec. 3 in the Civic Center Auditorium in Abilene. She is also the Armstrong County Farm Bureau Queen. Debbie will compete with elev6n other district winners for the state crown. Selection of the 1974 queen is a part of the activities scheduled for Texas Farm Bureau's 40th annual convention. Miss Goodin is a CHS graduate and a Texas Tech University freshman, pursuing a degree in interior design. The annual Thanksgiving Supper of the Goodnight Communty will be held tonight, Nov. 15 in the Goodnight Community Center. Everyone is invited to come and bring food. It is $1.50 per plate and you can eat all you want. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Odom have a new little daughter named Melissa Kay. The young lady arrived Oct. 31. Halloween Day, in High Plains Baptist Hospital in Amarillo. She weighed six pounds and four ounces and was 19 inches long. Mrs. Olinda Collins and Mrs. Nannie Byrd attended the wedding of Enoch Henderson of Chicago and Leola Harris of Amarillo in the Amarillo Trinity Methodist Church last Saturday evening. Other Claude people in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Patterson, Kim and Tracy, and Shorty and Lucille Goodin. Luciile was Mrs. Henderson's bridesmaid. The Malden Club held a luncheon last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kerby of Roscoe visited last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Henrichs and Billy. They were on their way to Canadian to attend the foliage tour. Mr. mad Mrs. Andy Anderson and sons of Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter and son from Stratford spent the weekend visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Emery. Goodin and Elizabeth and Suzanne. Wanda Fox of Burkburnett visited last weekend with her mother, Mrs. Grace Grumke. The Claude Weight Watchers helda "legal" Pot Luck low calorie supper Monday evening at the Warner Community Center. Mrs. Fiorette Burns of Pampa visited Sunday with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Burns. They held a birthday dinner for her on November 1 i. Mrs. Burns also visited with her sister and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Wes Langham of Amarillo.