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November 15, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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The Clarendon Press November 15, Page 12 A SAMPLE of the new band uniforms that wm be ordered by the Clarendon High School Band is shown here on Miss Cindy Price. The left photo shows the front view of the uniform, and the right Two accidents reported Two accidents have been reported in the city in the past few days. One occured last Friday night at 1:30 a.m., in which Lonnie Brown, of Groom, driving a 1973 Ford Pickup, ran into a 6 foot chain-link fence on the northwest corqer of the school grounds There were no injuries reported. The second accident occured at 12:15 Monday, when Billie Weatherbee, of Childress, while attempting a left turn into a gasoline station, was struck in the rear by a flatbed truck driven by Bobby Chenault, of Altus, Oklahoma The truck apparently was unable to stop and skidded into the car. Chenault was given a citation for following too closely. By DEAN SINGLETON weekend. They are making it look real up townish. examine it the first chance you have. | nig , ,, [Cont'd. from Page 1] Next Wednesday mght, November 21, is Famdy lq l Thanksgiving eve. Please make your reseratlons , AND WE CONGRATULATE the new owners of Murphy delicious buffet and enjoy the family night activities'l! |l Funeral Home, Maurice Schooler, Mack Gordon and Deibert fellow club members and guests. Supper will be readY] Robertson. We wish you well as you serve Donley County. 7:00 and 7:30. , DESPITE WHAT President Nixon has advised about driving Meeting to spotlit00'00= S0 miles an hour to preserve gasoline, the Department of Public Safety has advised that it is dangerous for motorists to drive the the S0 mph speed unless it becomes law. Obviously, if some cars are area agriculture tret00,s going 50 mph and others are going 70 mph, the chance of accident is high. I'm surprised Nixon didn't think of that. Anyway, you might be cautious at driving 50, because you might get creamed from behind. If there's any merit in the ,50 mph stuff, then laws will probably be passed so that all drivers will drive the same speed. Of course, it is estimated that it would cost $13 billion to change all the highway speed signs in the United States, and if that's done, we'll have a shortage of money instead of gasoline. photo shows the rear view. The maroon and white uuleod made possible through donations from Clarendon mamp-' [Press Photo] :rcide ![ Peril Country Club Corr0000 Cold and cloudy weather prevented the ladies fr  playday last Monday but they look forward to Mondays between now and Christmas so that they game sharp. Wednesday afternoon Margaret Knorpp was Espiscopal church group at the club where served and a meeting was held. The Duplicate Bridge Club met last Thursday. was the hostess. Nell Barnhill took high point Moore was second. Chicken and dressing was Bridgers. Saturday night a surprise birthday party, and candles, was given by a group of club el l Billy Mack Gardner, who has been a real asset to th since its reorganization four years ago. Bill has m / friends and is well liked by the entire membership, l This coming Saturday night, November 17, the club dance. The Barlows, a five piece_/ pre-Thanksgiving Amarillo, will furnish the music. Make your reserv away. The time --9 til. 41 Last Sunday the golf business really picked up. was crisp but some good scores were made by both All fifteen of the carts were busy most of thll women. men's golf association is dressing up the pro shop. Jo Flip and Lendon were busy installing walnut panel][ ....... Co] A A SMALL TOWN BANK gained the title to a filling station via a foreclosure. To demonstrate his concern that the newly acquired enterprise was being run efficiently, the bank president sent one of his loan officers to the gas station to check the operation. The loan officer decided to get the feel of the business by helping out at the pumps, and when his first customer said, "Fill 'er up," the banker started to spring into action, but then asked the customer: "How far are you going?" "Just down the state line," the customer replied. "Then you won't need a full tank," the banker cautioned. 'TI1 let you have five gallons." JOE PRIDE makes a point Monday night against Panhandle State as an opposing player tries to block It. Clarendon College won the game by a hmdsllde. [Press Photo] !l, Ire Trends in Texas Panhandle en agriculture will be s the annual meeting of the Panhandle Et:ty ie i Canyon, November 16, 1973, according Agent Ronaid Gooch. Governor Doiph Briscoe and Senator Max Shertt#]us with specialists and local producers in beef cat b' ct( marketing, and family living-youth will headline the . , begins at 9:30 a.m. at the Activities Center, on the wra m" State University Campus. Gooch said that people from across the 2A-county .l ] (Upper Panhandle) will be on hand, along with key lestst each county will be welcomed to the W TSU CampSlk Annual PEP meeting by Dr. L.I. Watkins, WTSU rT_m S Crops, livestock and family living and youth wili be k for specific discussions during task force meeti morning session. Leading the discussions on beef willt Uvacek, Livestock Marketing Specialist with t Agricultural Extension Service, College Station, Corrothers of Friona Industries Incorporated of Roland Smith, Grain Marketing Specialist with I"-" Agricultural Extension Service at College Statiottl]'h Jahnel, farmer from Hemphill County will examinegtt and local grain situation. The Family Living Youth. 1rt wi 1 "scuss what the future holds for the family in here economics as they relate to health programs, and lht nutrition. Dr. Barbara Sears, Lyn Bourland, and SallYl Extension Specialists in health, home management, 't and nutrition will be featured speakers, at Senator Max Sherman of senatorial district 31 will e i, speaker, addressing the group on activities of tM[h created Regional Water Council. tt Following his speech, the agricultural task fordhi family living task force of PEP will meet. f,u The governor's address comes at 1:30 p.m. with rt meeting scheduled at 2:30, said Gooch. c,t eo Governor Briscoe's address, he said, is expe around the role that Texas will pay in the nation s future. , z:i: Included in the business meeting, the agent noted,] outline of task force goals, the introduction of the committee, the chairman's report, and election of Members of the PEP Board of Directors from Do" include H.M. Breedlove and Eldon Lyles. Additionalr can be obtained from the board members or t Extension Agent. "This event will provide an excellent opportunity  thq County citizens to become involved in the f0 Panhandle," Gooch said. "This organization is wL" ipeople interested in the Panhandle's future. We to do our part to meet the challenges before us." PHONE THE CLARENDON PRESS WITH YOUR NEWS.