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November 21, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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The Clarendon Press, November 21, Page8 BRONC BUSTER The Bronchos won their last regularly scheduled game Friday night against the Wheeler Mustangs by a score of 37-7. It was a good game--one where everyone did well. Broncho co-captains Jimmy Floyd and Rodney Hicks won their first flip of the year Friday night. To many Broncho fans, that win was a sign that we'd also win the "big flip" Saturday morning. Well, it must have been, because at approximately S minutes after 10:00 Saturday morning, the door of the administration office flew open and the good news immediately started to spread. Clarendon had won the flip! It certainly didn't take long for the news to hit the countryside. By noon that day, the whole Panhandle knew that the best team in District 2A had won the coin flip and would move into bi-district play the next weekend. Good news does travel fast. The Clarendon Bronchos as well as everyone in Clarendon are very excited about the upcoming game. Subconsciously, I'm sure we are all remembering 1972, and how much we'd like to repeat history. But, this week we take on the Stinnett Rattlers in a battle that will not be easy by any means. The Bronchos are capable of anything. They are all healthy and in good shape. They are a determined bunch of kids--men--and with our support, I think they can handle Stinnett. The Drones will play in Panhandle Friday night at 7-30. So. let's all get over there and back our Bronchos! The CHS cheerleaders chould be congratulated on their fine job last week. They managed to have a bonfire and pep rally even though over half of them were sick part of the week. That just goes to show they would do anything for the Bronchos. The theme of the hall decorations this week was "Thanksgiving." And guess what was on the main course of the Drones' menu? Roasted Rattlesnake! (Sounds appetizing, doesn't it?) The skit for the pep rally prior to the Clarendon-Wheeler game was cute. The cheerleaders did a few yells, the twirlers twirled, and Jimmy Floyd gave the pep talk. It was a very spirited pep rally. The bonfire on Thursday started out to be rather small because of the lack of cardboard boxes. (Another shortage, no doubt[) But, finally, after lots of work, the cheerleaders got it built up to where it would burn for quite a while, The bonfire was spirited, too. Tuesday, November 13, the National Honor Society met. The purpose of this meeting was to discuss and plan the NHS Awards Assembly on Thursday. Wednesday,November 14, the Spanish Classes prepared tacos in class to eat. Also on Wednesday, the Future Homemakers of America had a treat day to raise money for future projects. The Future Teachers of America held a meeting after the treat sale ended. Points sheets were filled out, work shop evaluations were given, and the members were reminded to turn in candy money and Christmas card orders. The yearbook committee was reminded about their meeting held on Monday night. Thursday, November 15, the National Honor Society Assembly was held. Results of the election of NHS personalities were given. Favorite teachers are Coach Keeney and Mrs. Green. Most dependable are Stan Shelton and Sheila Smith. (This one was selected by the teachers.) Most likely to succeed are Stan Shelton and Shauna Hardin. Johnny Just and Belinda Tanner are the 2 "Most Spirited" at CHS. Most talented are Jerry Holland and Sheila Smith. Bet dressed are Kenneth King and Tracy Cagle. Most humorous are Terry Ellerbrook and Mitzi Cagle. Most athletic are Kenneth King and Camille Mann. Mr. and Miss personality are Johnny Gerner and 'Tracy Cagle. Mr. and .Miss CHS are Rodney Hicks and Shauna Hardin. Belinda Tanner was given a surprise birthday party Friday night after the ball game by her friends. It was a lot of fun for all the giCs ... until they had to get up Saturday morningt The Home and Family Living Class prepared a Thanksgiving dinner this week. They shopped at the grocery store Friday where they practiced "shopping on a budget." They cooked all day Monday and Tuesday, and served the meal Tuesday after school. Freda White didn't know that Daphne missed her until Saturday! Daphne and Ricky visited their families here in Clarendon over the weekend. Congratulations to the Broncho B-team. They held out over Shamrock winning 16-14 last Thursday night. There will be a send-off for the Bronchos Friday afternoon in the parking lot by the football field. So, everyone come out and let's back our Bronchos! Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! Win BI-Dlstrict Bronehos! Body shirts popular, have advantages Stylish, comfortable and easy-to-wear, That's how Marflyn Brown describes body suits. The consumer education-clothing and textiles specialist, Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University System, pointed out that unlike blouses and shirts, "they have no shirttails that can bunch up or pull out to ruin an otherwise well-groomed appearance. "Hosiery sections of department stores and specialty shops usually feature these 'one-piece blouses with panties,' although sometimes they're found in sportswear and lingerie departments. "Bodywear departments--created by |arger storesdisplay body suits along with coordinated or matching accessories. These departments also feature body stockings--which, unlike body suits, clothe a person from neck to toe," the specialist continued. "Due to comfort and natural 'give' features, most body suits are knits. They range from sleek jersey to heavy sweater-knit types. "A few body suits are constructed of woven fabrics. Crepe, for example, provides a dressy look. The woven blouse part of the suit may be sewn-to knitted pants for comfort, "Nylon, polyester and acrylic fibers make knits and wovens easy-care." When considering a body suit, try it on. "That's the only way to tell if it's comfortable,-" Miss Brown emphasized. "Make sure the body suit fits. If too big, it will look bhlky. One that's too small will be uncomfortable--and if made Of stretch fabric, look strained and thinner in spots." Also check construction details. "Select styles with an easy-to-snap crotchthey can be pulled over the head or stepped into. "Snaps securely fastened to sturdy fabdcsuch as twill tape--won't twist around, becoming uncomfortable. Also, they're less likely to tear away from the suit. "High-necked styles, on the other hand, are easier to get into and out of if they also have zipped or buttoned neck closings," she noted, o Fire destroys house A small house was gutted by fire before firemen could get to the scene about 3 a,m. Tuesday morning. A small house, owned by Bill Holmesat the corner of 4th and Goodnight, caught fire and burned before firemen could be alerted. The house was a total loss. Go Bronchos!! 1 jViYlYlVlfll ...... i ............. iVlYitl-- ALL THE WAY Bring back victories, BronchRs. CLARENDON MFG. &| ..._ ........ _ ! _S_ _r_-_ _ _c _ _" ........... I in the BRONCHOS!I We're Behind You all The WaylI MURPHY FUNERAL HOME / / / / / J / (/ / "Go All the Way, Bronchos! !" We're Behind You All the Way The place to buy your food. CLIFFORD Get 'em Every Time Drones Q.00RO.CER_00Y : Fo rio w aror, We give the Broncs: Footbo II in t KEMP'SDRIVE'iN  theirgas!! " : Sundoy' s and ARCADE "JR. BURGER I BOBBY'S 66. i! CLARENDON,, 3 for $1.20 Complete Auto Serv,ee / p Largest Drinks in Town We're Banking on the BronchoslI Get That Team, Bronehos!! DONLEY COUNTY STATE BANK Complete Banking Service I Boosting the Brones all Season The Life Insurance Expert. The BRONCHOS are Our First Team  Boosting the Broncs See Us for ALL Your Auto  Complete Care for your Parts i U : CORNELL FIRSTS PPLY  Basil &, Letha Smith t TEXACO t Put those points on the ' : Good Luck! board, Bro?chos!l . ! The .ght dothmg at the right. BAIN'S STORE p. : BUS STATION BRIGHT NEWHOUSE 874-2001 GREENE DRY t Clarendon GOODS CO. i Antlques and Furmture Where the Clarendon Bronehos Meet and Eat We' re boosting Bronchos and Broncho Band! PEANUT'S DRIVE IN Hwy. 287 West 874-3602 the the GO GET 'EM, BRONCHOS!! Connie's Radio & TV Service t t We're Boosting the $ $ t t t $ t Sheriff and Mrs, Frank Lindsey