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The Clarendon Press, December 6, page 2 Leg Beaux Arts.Club travels to Amarillo Lea Beaux Arts Club met at the Club House Saturday morning, went to the Camelot Inn for lunch and then travelled to the Amarillo Garden Center to see the 10th annual festival of trees. They then went to an arts and crafts show held at the Federated Club House. Serving as hostess was Mrs. W. J. Lewis Jr. Members going vere Mrs. Tommy Says. Mrs. John Sarich, Mrs. Emmett Simmons, Mrs. W. C. Thornberry, Mrs. Frank White Jr., Mrs. Vernon Berry. Mrs. R. W. Boston Jr., Mrs. Stina Cain, Mrs. H. S. Hardin. Mrs. W. K. Hardin, Mrs. C. G. Henson, Mrs. L. E. Holloway. Mrs. W. J. Lewis Jr. and Mrs. Hamilton. As guests were Mrs. Paul Bell and daughters, Mrs. Lloyd Benson, Terry Saye and Mrs. Frank Phelan Jr. Steer This Way By Roddy Klinnert If you don't know what octane rating your ear requires, experiment with lower and lower octane fuel until the engine starts to knock, then move up to the next rating. Saves money--and the environment, too. Indiana University institute for Research in Public Safety says 7370 of auto accidents are caused by humu error; only 6% Involve mechanical malfunction. Driver Education for physically-handicapped youngsters is featured in Washington, D. C. Even paraplegics have gotten their licenses. Don't drink and then drive in South Africa. It may cost you ten years in prison, and/or a $2,800 fine. It's not a good Idea here, either. If you don't know enough about your ear to dlagno Its trouble [and few do], try to describe the "symptoms" u clearly as possible. Describe the "symptoms" to the "M.D.'s" [Motor Doctors] at Roddy's 66. RODDY'S 66 .Highway 287 East .Clarendon, Texas James Brandon's RELIGIOUS THOUGHTS THE CHURCH AND TODAY'S MORAL CRISIS The moral weakness of our land can be laid at the door of the church. The Christianity of those who make up the church is weak. Church members are failing to live out the moral and ethical teachings of the Scriptures, The Church is not lifting up her voice against the sins of her members as Christianity works dtself out in the practical realm of everyday life. There has been a failure to apply Christian principles to life. We do aj/oor jobof living what we profess. ":,- Christianity has always been demonstration. Jesus Christ demonstrated by example the type of person a Christian is to be. The Apostle Paul said that the Christian is an example of the grace of God (Eph. 1:6). To the Thessalonian Christians, the Apostle said: "You were examples to all ... [I These. hT]. God hasn't changed His mandate for this generation of Christians. We too are to live as examples of what we profess to believe. Far too often, Christians today have said, "This I believe;" and then practiced something else. The Christian life has to be demonstrated to others. The Christian must live his religion. Jesus illustrated this by salt, saying of the Christian: "Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lest his savour, wherewith shall it he salted? It is thenceforth good for nothing, but to he east out, and to he trodden underfoet of men" [Matt. 5:13]. The Christian is the world's seasoning. If we lose our flavor, fail to profess what we say we possess; then the world loses its example and can't find the way. The Christian, thereby, becomes useless and good for nothing. When Christianity becomes only a Sunday religion, it becomes useless as a seasoning for s6ciety. Our tendency has been to leave our religion at the church house rather than take it home with us, or take it to our businesses, our jobs, our schools, our courts, our government, or our places of recreation. Our reliou must he a way of life for us personally, or it is personally useless. It must-be a Monday vitality as well as a Sunday church going. The Apostle Paul spoke of the Christian "walk." He meant that faith in Christ is to be lived out in everyday life. The Apostle said to the New Testament child of God who faced the pagan world of his day: "Walk worthy of your vocation ,.," [Eph. 4=1]. He is speaking of the way we act; the way we live. We are to live so we can be counted worthy to be called a Christian. The Apostle said: "Walk circumspectly ..." [Eph. 5:15]. He means: "Be careful how you act ..." To live circumspectly in this world is to live accurately; it is to live pointedly concerning Christian principles. The Apostle said, "Walk in love" [Eph. 5:1], The love of which he speaks is that love and consideration that puts supreme value upon the other person and sees the dignity of the human soul. Live your religion, if you have any[ Be a real Christianl Dare to be the savor that makes life worthwhile, that improves your circle just because you're there. Be an example of Jesus Christi If you will, you will see a change in our society. Pentecostal Church in revival .The United Pentecostal Church of Clarendon is now in revival . , .  . i ' with Rev. Norman Thompson mintstering the word. Servtce at 7:30 p.m. and everyone is welcome to attend. Rev. Thompson is a pastor in Denison, Texas, and was pastor here in Clarendon at the United Pentecostal Church in 1956. Odom-Thomas vows exchanged Nov. 22 The Colts' Corral Miu Donna Joy Odom and Joe Earl Thomas exchanged wedding vows Thanksgiving evening in the Martin Baptist Church. Rev. Brian Knowles, pastor, performed the double-ring ceremony before a sanctuary decorated with white chrysanthemums with a brass candelabra decorated with white carnations. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Odom and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas of Childress. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a formal gown of white satin with lace overlay, with roses embroided down the front. Her headpiece was a caplet of matching lace which continued into a chapel length train. Maid of honor was Lanita McDonald. She wore a full-length light powder blue gown with navy blue lace and a lace hat. Best man was David Warren Good[ion. Ushers were Kenneth Odom, brother of the bride, and David Hopkins of Pampa. The bride is a senior at Clarendon High School and the groom is a 1971 graduate of Childress High School. He is attending Clarendon College. After a trip to Red River, New Mexico, the couple is at home at 712 John Street, Clarendon. Katrina Messer visits Annapolis as guest Katrina Meuer left by plane Friday morning, November 30, where she was the guest of Midshipman Gary Bennett of the United States Naval Academy. In Annapolis she was joined by other girls from all over the United States, who were also there as guests of midshipmen. While there, Miss Messer was the house guest of Mr..and Mrs. Wayne Eckley. Mr. Ecldey is a retired professor from the Academy. Miss Messer attended the Army-Navy game in Philadelphia on Saturday afternoon and was a guest at a dance that night which was held in the ballroom 0f the Sheraton Hotel. Miss Messer returned to Amarillo Sunday night where her parents met her at the airport. This is a weekly message from your not weak, but Coltst Howdy[ The Colts are really excited. Their first basketball games I coming up this week. This first one is tonight at Alanreed. come join us at our tournament these December 6, 7, and 8. hope to start this season out with a loud bang and wish the the best of luckll The 7th and 8th graders scrimmaged each other in November 28. The 8th grade boys' score was 22-4. But 7th grade boys, it's a very sad story. I hear they'll Last Saturday night was the Colts Football Banquet. what rye heard, it was great[ The mothers and the really worked hard to get it planned. Christmas is really moving in fast. It seems there are who are really greedy. We must remember, "It is to give than to receive." Our annual Christmas program will be Thursday, 20, at 1:00 p.m. in the old college gym. We want to,extend hearty welcome to all who attend our program this year, will feature the Elementary Choir, the Junior High Choir, the Junior High Band. Usa M. wants a diamond ring for Christmas, but I'm Lisa, that's a little too expensive for him. Everybody agrees that KiT A. and Chris F. made a couplet Helen O. is thrilled because her sister got Dean H. and Jon N. are planning to marry more than one That is if the girls will accept them, of course. The 6th grade boys scrimmaged the girls. The slaughtered the girlst Better luck next time, girls. Terri F., whose sweater are you so cuddled up in? Dan B. turned cowboy on us overnight. Tommy L., it's better for your dog to take Drivers and get a legal license, don't you think? Sheryl, you've really got a good thing going with Keith Greg E., you sure aren't shy[ Ken Shelton, where did those red marks come from in Wilson's turned from a hippy to a very modest The 6A, 7A, and 8A reporters are very forgetfuil You remember next time. 7B doesn't anything happen in If you see someone without a smile, give him one ot Our agents undergo one of the toughest tramlng programs in the industry. What does it get them? Professional ' Southwestern Life B Happiness is what we sell .... ;H. M. [Flip] Breedlove Clarendon, Texas i CO girls basketball More values and savings at N Now Is The Time To Get s!arts December 10 Rita's. Sale good Dec. 6-13 i Sp 1 Gilt 0 de GblsbasketbldlwillgetunderfullswingatCiarendonCollege Pants Sale 10% Off " ( ' )  " ' during the month of December as the ladies open the 1973-74 COla r rS campaign. Under the direction of Coach Susan Addy, the Bulidogettes will play a ten game schedule under Intercollegiate regulations. The first game of the year will take the team to Big Springs to Th yl play HowardCountyJuniorCollegeonDecemberl0. Thehome f _ 2 items, On e Wa opener will be December 13 against West Texas Stateuniversity. Beskethell fans are encouraged to support the Bulldogette New shipment o ;:=el=: ::e wl: bn]vt : ;/u[;r orM, a e :: sOoorlerae  basketball prgram" Mst games will preceed the Clarendn I 11/2 Pr,00e College Bulldog games, jewelry-if you ' the second The Bulldogette roster is: Linda Lindsey of Hedley, a Freshman; buy a s,ngle item, Cheryle Evans, of Spearman, a Freshman; Denise Standefer, of Spearman, a Freshman; Sharon Jarret, of Silverton, a Sophomore; ato ii Lucy Reed, of Flomont, a Sophomore; 1 20% . OFF Janice Morris, of Estelline, a Freshman; Amy Lemley, of Hedley, a Freshman; Laverne Fetsch, of Munday, a Sophomore; and Donna Sargent, of Hereford, a Freshman. 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