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'i  S The Clarendon Press, November 21, Page9 WAY, BRONCS! Grab 'Em, Bronchos! ! ICABLE TVi OF CLARENDON We're always behind Bronchos! TH PRESS It's Thanksgiving time! And the old familiar ring of the class bells won't be heard for a few daysl The Colts would like to give "Thanks" for days like Thanksgiving. Although the banging and clanging of the pep rallies are being missed, we still have a lot of Spiritl Speaking of Spirit, did you know that we 8th graders have a spelling problem? Some can't even spell spirit. It's sometimes spelled spirt. No wonder our English teacher urges us to proofread I We can really have "high hopes" for an excellent girls' basketball team this yearl In fact, the girls claim they can beat the boys any 'o1 dayI Report cards! For some they were a tragic story; for others they were good news. Rojo and Ken Skelton have the honor of "going up" the most in English. On the other hand, Wilson and Tony B. are the prize winners for going down the most ! If Susan B. could learn to write her name on tests, maybe bhere would still be hope for her. The 8th grade has another six weeks of "verbs" and, in math, would you believe the "metric system?" Mrs. Estlack says that we're not bad students, but that we just haven't turned goodl Band people were proud of their grades. There were a few exceptions, however. The CJH choir is rustling up a good Christmas program. What's happened to the snow? Everyone asks that[ Thanks to all of the reporters who have been helping with the "Colts' Corral." 8B's going short on things to write about[ 7A forgot, too. In math, we were able to pick any seat we wanted. That was newl The boys are seated by the door and have been caught looking at the girls in the next room[ Helen O., what's happened to all your hair? Mark J., why was Kim A. sitting by you? Don't worry; it's a free country! Terry P., why are you waving at the girls in Coach Hall's class? Larry D. says he still has a relative living in a tepee! Dale G. is having a lot of problems keeping up with his girlfriend'. Cynthis H., at it again[ Her nose is in everybody's businessI Bobbi Jo. C., don't get so impatient. It'll be your turn soon enough ! Connie M., is Wayne R. really sitting behind you? Ellen G., where did you get your "busted" lip? Vanell L., are you sure you didn't spill some black paint on your eye? Ricki T., the gym floor needed to be swept, but not that badlyl Tommy L., did you get squirted with a raw egg? Clyde S., you've been calling Allen F. for some reason? Sparky got moved from the "Smart Row" to "Cheaters' Row." Congratulations1 The Colts say, "Have a Far Out Happy ThanksgivingI" 'S Nancy Carter Win that Game! Before the Game, Come By and Eat Sock It to Em, Broncs!! I gh|l EDDIEFLOYD'S Best Dinner in Town Claude-Goodni , For all your, monument needs. GARAGE Auto mechanics & used cars We're Behind You, Brenes! RIGGS FARM & RANCH SUPPLY GO BRONCHOS!! SHIELDS CONOCO Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Shields Closed Tuesday and Wednesday MRS. BROMLEY'S "The Bronchos are Wired to Win" B.J. Land ' Electric Co. Professional Attention to Your Wiring Needs Backing the Bronchos ALL THE WAY!I Your grocery headquarters. JUNIOR'S FOOD MARKET Call 874.3434 WE WISH THE BEST We Wish You the BestI WALLACE MONUMENT Hwy. 287 East 874-2442 Knock 'Em Dead, Bronchos! ! l , CLARENDON Phone WHOLESALE 874.2526 SUPPLY Across from Chamberlain's Boosting tn= Broncs to ctoryI We drill water wells., LII P. IBUD] DR L .ING CO. Phone 874-3687 All the Way Brones! ! The Mummnga loot the toss, but we still feel that they are number one. Basketball season will be starting soon. We wish the Clarendon Bronchos lots of good luck against the Stinnett Rattlers Friday. We're very proud of the Mustangs. Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Anguilar recently moved from Claude to Matador. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Watson are spending Thanksgiving in Austin with their daughter Margo. While there they also plan to attend the Texas-A&M football game. Kim Patterson has been isolated at home with the mumps. Mrs. L. S. Newberry visited in Dallas and Fort Worth for a few days this past week. Mrs. Newberry and Mrs. Richard Davis had lunch together Sunday in Mrs. Newberry's home. Dorothy Saint of Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Thalia Melton of West Texas State University are spending Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Melton. I enjoyed a sumptuous meal last Wednesday evening with the First Christian Church members at their annual Thanksgiving supper. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Day of Amarillo are spending Thanksgiving with Oklahoma relatives. Jack and Iva Merrell attended a West Texas State soccer game Sunday afternoon. ,Their son, Bruce, plays for W.T. Mrs. L. S. Newberry, Fred Longbine, and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Crain visited with Mrs. Retta Hubbard in Clarendon last week. Gena's Fabrics held a style show last week. A community wide Thanksgiving service was held in .the school auditorium Sunday, November 18. Let's remember what Thanksgiving is for. An extra prayer will help our country now. Happy Thanksgiving Cowbelles protest The Top O' Texas CowbeUes is an orgamzat,u, u= .... en who are protesting against beef boycotts. They resent the blame for the high cost of beef being placed on the rancher and feed lot operators by some of the consumers. The Cowbelles have been making campaign tours in various areas of Texas explaining why and how beef is a bargain. Their last meeting was held November 5, 1973 at the Red Key's Restaurant in Pampa, Texas with approximately 60 members and visitors in attendance. Mr. Gene Gifford of Merri/Ai Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith Inc. of Amarillo spoke on the Cattle Futures Market. Hostesses for the meeting were the Wheeler Cowbelles. A delicious beef luncheon was served and enjoyed by all. It was decided to present brides in the area with brides kits made up of various facts about beef. These kits will be presented to brides through the county clerks in each county. Mrs. Ruth McGee of McLean on behalf of the Texas Hereford Association invited the Top O' Texas Cowbelles to help with the annual get acquainted Style Show and Brunch. FOR THE BRONCS ALDERSON T&M THIS SEASON! ! CHEVROLET GENERAL STORE 'A Friendly Place to Trade' The SantaFeDistrict--BoyScoutsofAmerica, willhaveits annual district banquet December 4, 1973, 7:00 p.m. at the First Bm and Claudine Todd HENSON'S Phone 874-3823 Offering No. 1 deals and No. 1 Service on America's No. 1 Cars & Pickups. Christian Church, 1633 North Nelson Street, Pampa, Texas. The purpose of the banquet is to honor the Scoutmasters. Den Mothers, Cubmasters, Post Advisors, and other adults such as assitants, committeeman and friends of scouting. Tickets for the BBQ dinner are $3.00 each and may be purchased from the Boy Scout office or Culberson-Stowers Chevrolet, Inc.