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November 21, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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November 21, 1973

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The Clarendon Press, November 21, Page 10 Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Spears from Amarillo and Mr. and Mrs. Dane Perdue from Levelland visited Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Mahaffey. Mrs. Ollie Nelson and Mrs. Bonnie Koontz visited in Amarillo Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Nelson and Mrs. Eudora Joyner. Mr. and Mrs. David Lane and David Martain from Happy spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hearn visited Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Watson. Ellen Green went with Mr. and Mrs. Sparks, Terry and Tony to Wheeler to the football game Friday evening. Robert Partain had lunch Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Nuford Dill. Mrs. Floyd Shannon from Clarendon and Mrs. H. S. Mahaffey Steer This Way By Roddy Klinnert have Air bags [the automatic safety device]  bn tested successfully in fleet ears, have saved lives in crashes at speeds up to 68 mph. Belted bias-ply tires [now original equipment on most care] last longer than conventional bias plies...they "corner &apos; better, and hug the road when you brake. A ear with automatic transmission is easier to sell th bne with manual, and It's easier to drive. Manual makes most sense on economy subcompacts. **4tqc* Travelers can save at many motels by asking for the commercial rate. **qc** Government and industry experts say that your rear wheels should get the best tires. ***** For safety's sake, check your tires -- and everything else -- with an Inspection check-up at Roddy's 66. There are enough road hazards this time of year -- don't let your ear be one of them! **** RODDY'S 66 FOR RENT Highway 287 East Clarendon, Texas ASHTOLA--MARTIN had breakfast in Perryton with Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Born Saturday morning. Mrs. Eudora Joyner from Amarillo came Friday for a few days visit with Mrs. Ollie Nelson and Mrs. Bonnie Koontz. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Reynolds and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Giving from Noel, Me., and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Giving from Amarillo all had supper Saturday with Mrs. Dorothy Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bridges from Albuquerque, New Mexico visited Wednesday and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Doss Finley. .Those gathering Saturday evening in the home of the Horace Green family for celebration of Ben's third birthday party wee@, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Green, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Green and -'" Jason, Mr. and Mrs. Robin Green, Morri, and Margaret from Amarillo, and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Green, Ellen and Jerry. Mr. Frank Mahaffey and Hugh visited Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tatum and family. Mrs. Marie McCracken from McLean visited Tuesday with Mrs. Etta Reyonalds. Mrs. Ella Briggs of Dallas spent Saturday night with Mrs. Ollie Nelson and Mrs. Bonnie Koontz. Mrs. H. S. Mahaffey and Mrs. Floyd Shannon of Clarendon went to Guymon, Okla. to Mr. Loue's retirement party Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Hall, Dan, Sue, and Wanda Wheeler visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lane. Mrs. Buddy Tittle and children from Amarillo spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Vance Gray. Mrs. Larry Green, Jason, and Ellen went to Panhandle Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Chamberlain and family. Mrs. Otis Bohanun and Guinn had lunch Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Watson. Ben Lovell from Goodnight visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Nuford Dill. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Graham, Richard and Hubert Rhoades west to Amarillo Sunday to visit Doyce Graham, who is in the Northwest Texas Hospital and is improving at this time Mrs. Donald Odom, Patrica, and Donna attended a wedding shower in Childress for Donna Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Clay spent the weekend in Skellytown visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Porter and James. Slaton Mahaffey and Floyd Shannon had dinner Sunday at Country Kitchen. Mrs. Ella Briggs and Mrs. Bonnie Koontz went to Dallas Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lyle and baby from Panhandle spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Lyl. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hust from Carrollton are spending several days with Mr. and Mrs., Tom Odom. Mrs. Otis Bohanon, Guinn, Kathie, and Mrs. L. A. Watson visited in Amarillo with Mrs. C. I. Castell. Mrs. Hubert Rhoades visited Sunday afternoon at Medical Center Nursing Home with Mrs. Austin Rhoades. Mrs. Flossie Reynalds visited Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Charley Hearn. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Dill returned home to Bridgeport Tuesday after spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Nuford Dill. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Bronson from Amarillo and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Leffew visited Wednesday with Mr. arid Mrs. Othel Elliott. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Partain spent the weekend in Leady, Oklahoma with Mrs. Minnie Taylor. There will be a forty-two party and covered dish supper 'uray nihtl November 24th. Mrs. Pete Darnell and Mrs: Hubert Rhoades will be hostesses. We will eat at 6:30 p.m. Will see you all next week. | | Cotton Markets active, demand g Western cotton markets were more active than a week ago, according to the Agricultural Marketing Service, USDA. Demand was strong for most qualities with staple 31 and longer. Demand for shorter qualities was weak. Foreign and domestic inquiries increased. Most domestic mills, however, had previously contracted cotton for current needs. Supplies of uncommitted cotton i, ncreased because of increased harvesting and ginning. The bulk of current ginning, however, continued to be delivered against previous commitments. In general, growers offered available supplies freely. .,,,,Most offerings-were readily absorbed into marketing channels. Spot prices fluctuated during the week. efforts made good progress over most of the Western Re The San Joaquin Valley harvest was slowed by rain early week. Harvesting had resumed by mid-week. Many Arizona and California growers were picking for second time. Portions of Texas and Oklahoma had mist during the week. Harvesting efforts were slowed, allowing gins to catch up on their backlogs of seed cotton. Some Central and South Texas fields were still too wet support harvesting equipment. Harvesting efforts were ex to continue to expand in New Mexico, the later harvesting of Texas and in Oklahoma. DONLEY COUNTY MARKET PLACE  --I I - - i MIsCuLAmOus i FOR SALE:-Over one acre in Sherwoo d Shores. Real bargain. Call Fri. Sat. or Sun. 874-2397. IUSCELLAIIEOU$ FOIl SALE FOR SALE: 1970 SS Chevelle 365. Good condition. Call 874-3783 after 5 p.m. FOIL SALE: Registered Here- ford bull, 2t/ years old, anxiety 4th blood line. $450.00 856-3081, Hedley after 6 p.m. FOR SALE:New "and stoSreed. 1 furniture. T&M General Phone 874-2155. FOR SALE:Used 50,000 floor furnace. Excellent condition, complete guarantee. See at Osburn Furniture, Clarendon, Texas. FOR RENT: Three room furnished house, adults only. 874-2324 days. 874-3543 nights. FOR RENT: Furnished apart, ment, private bath, dressing room, kitchen, large closets, air-conditioned. Blocker Apts. FOffSALE Houmm In Clarendon and Memphis Allo Farm and Ranchu Llatingt Wanted SANDER'S Real Estate Oneta Sanders Lp Soe Allen 874-2533 LEFT IN LAYAWAY:Eiectm. phonic Component Stereo with Built.in Player. AM-FM Stereo Radio, Garrard Turn Table, 200 Watts, 10 Speaker System. OrigInal Price: S399.95. Assume Balance of $245.00 or $10.00 monthly. Payments at Martin's Sound Center, corner Georgia & !-40, Amarillo, Texas. FARM FOR SALE: By owner 160 acres in Windy Valley Area, 10 miles Southwest of Claren- don. Underground irrigation water available. Has cotton and grain allotment. Presently in CAP program, if desired. $25,000 total price no trades. Call 335-1913 after 6 p.m. WILL BUY anything of value. Lee's Trading Post. WOODY McGRAW now offers everyday Free Dead Stock Removal. Call collect at 806-373-4780, Amarillo. Re- presenting Plainview Rending Div. of Tri-State Inds. WANTED WANTED: Maid to work in Motel. Will furnish room with kitchenette. Call 248-5051 Groom. WANTED: A hobby horse. Call 874-3621 after 5, or 874-3833 during the day. i :i i!! i S.e burnt the turkey!" That's one fire loss KNORPP INSURANCE AGENCY can't handle. With the cold weather ahead, we at KNORPP INSURANCE AGENCY offer to review the fire insurance on your home, farm or business property. 0 WALT KNORPP PH. \\; :i:  : "i::i:.! ?i !ii ,.i You'll be happier with your new car ' if bo ih feares 0 0 i and its financing fit your individual needs and circumstances.  Our fast and flexible auto loan arrangements can help Ray Appliance Service General Electric Franchise Dealer Heating and Air Conditioning We service all makes of Air Conditioning Freezer and Refrigeration Service & Repairs D. P. RAY, owner Clarendon, Texas 874.3801 KIRBY SALES 8< SERVICE NEW & USED BILL HOLMES BOX 573 -:- PHONE 874-2454 CLARENDON. TEXAS 79226 Read any good books lately? We reconmend the "Owner's Man- ual" for each electrical appliance you operate. You will learn how to use it, care for it, and get more for your money. ELECTRIC LIVING IS A PLEASURE Learn how to conserve cnd save while you enjoy it. , take some of the strain out **************************** of car buying, i MORRIS : L,ve the carefree ---- COUNTY STATE BAN S00.OS00..V00L i w., w,,, .oo rrlgloalre THE DONLEY ' Electric Alpliances'WT U [ Quality Building Materials  ] Using top quality materials i Clarendon, Texas  Back-hoe service available. , Phone 874 3580 { , 24 hours a day ** Ip4P4P4p4P4PqP4P4P'P4PP qP  4P  MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION