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December 6, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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ASHTOLA--MARTIN i ro. and Mrs. Sullivan visited Monday night with Mr. and J. B. Lane. Joe Green from Canyon visited with Mr. and Mrs. Horace and family on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Floyd Shannon of Clarendon and Mrs. H. S. Mahaffey visited their sister in McLean Monday. She is Mrs. Kate Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hearn made a business trip to Memphis Gale Gray from Farwcll spent the weekend with his parents, and Mrs. Vance Gray. J. B. Lane and Doyle Hall made two business trips to Amarillo week. Robert Pertain had lunch Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Nuford H. S. Mahaffey attended the Greenbelt Cotton Producers Inc. aturday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Robin Green had supper with the Horace Green Friday evening. They left Ben, Morris, and Margaret hilethey went to Ft. Worth to visit Mr. and Mrs. Colt Yancy. Mrs. Bill Hearn and daughter from Houston spent a few days week with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hearn. Mrs. Hubert Rhoades visited Friday evening with Mr. and Jester. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lane, Walter and Joe Wheeler visited night with Mr. and Mrs. Jake Moffitt. Mr. and Mrs. Dose Finley visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. Holly in Artesia, New Mexico. then went to San Antonio to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Braddock and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Aaron. Then they went on to Austin to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bob Finley and family. Mrs. Horace Green took the First Aid Course offered by the Cross and sponsored by the Girl Scouts on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Hearn and boys from Garland spent the with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hearn. Mrs. Joe Green and Billy Jack from Canyon visited with Mr. Mrs. Horace Green and family enroute to Iowa Park to visit mother, Mrs. J. M. Robinson in the convalescent home They also visited Mrs. Ova Long at Wichita Fails and Mrs. Christian at Jacksboro. They had supper with the Horace family on their return trip Saturday evening. Mrs. H. S. Mahaffey shopped in Memphis Saturday. Sue Hall, Martha Wheeler, and Edna Watts had lunch Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Odom and family from Hereford spent weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Odom. Mrs. L. A. Watson, Mrs. Bobby Cole, and Mrs. Margaret shopped in Amarillo Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Nuford Dill made a business trip to Memphis Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shannon of Clarendon had dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Mahaffey. Mr. and Mrs. Robin Green spent the night Saturday and had breakfast with his parents, the Horace Greens, before to Amarillo with their children. Miss Mary Clay was home from West Texas State University Canyon over the weekend. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clay. Mrs. Ben Lovell of Goodnight visited Mr. and Mrs. Nuford Dill Friday morning. Joe Thomas of Clarendon visited her mother Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Donald Odom and famdy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murphy and family and Mr. and Mrs. Hall, all from Amarillo, and Mrs. Andy Wooten and Mrs. J. Kidd of Clarendon visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Miss Ellen Green spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Sparks. Mr. and Mrs. Nuford Dill visited Friday night with Mr. and Clovis Bible. Mrs. Delbert Koontz and Mrs. Jerry Koontz visited Saturday loon with Mrs. Flossie Reynolds. Mrs. Austin Rhoades from Medical Center Nursing Home, 4r. and Mrs. Horace Green from Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Skeet Gary Davis of the Roach Ranch, Chris Craft from and Mr. and Mrs. John Butler from Claude had Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Rhoades to celebrate Hubert's Mr. and Mrs. Clovis Bible visited in Amarillo Sunday with Mr. Mrs. Wendle Curable and girls. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mahaffey and Hugh shopped in Memphis and also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clayton and The Ashtola Needle Club will host a forty-two and Christmas Saturday night, December 8. Bring a basket supper and aur dominoes. We will eat at 6:30 p.m. Will see you all next week. Scout News Court of Honor will be held Sunday afternoon, 16, at 2 p.m. at the College Fine Arts Building. The is invited. Explorers will have a bake sale Saturday, December 8. Cakes be sold at Junior's Food Store and Clifford's Grocery. gout Scouts working in Conservation of Natural Resources Badge are Dewey Ford, John Tucker, Gary Thomas and i. Sunday afternoon they moved dirt into a wash just of the Medical Center to help stop erosion of the land. Also are to build bird shelters for the wildlife. Ii-Centennial Project worked on Sunday afternoon. Sixteen Libbys A. Meat Cans Vienna 300o00$1 Sausage BordeRs Ass't Flavors ! Ill  -- a . 1/2 Gallon l Ice uream Round Carton ', ; Lucky Leaf #303 Cans -- Red Sour Pitted - Pie Cherries 2FR l!',[ I Del Monte 46 OZ Cans Pineapple Juice 2FO0089 soo00 Ocean Spray Whole or Jellied Cranberry Sauce Hunts Alcoa c;tYeCroeMerx_ Peaches, Alumip um Foil "Siiai RagRHeavy DutYAQllRoll 1ll9 - :Zik Spaghetti 9 Tissue #300 Cans 10 Roll Pkg The Clarendon Press, December 6, Page 3 Ad effective Dec. 6, 7, 8 Thurs-Fri.Sat A r Shurflne Pork & Beans #300Cans Shu00meT0mat0esw::':== 4Fo.$1.00 S&H Green Stamps, Every Day DOUBLE on Bakers Chocolate Chips oz Pkg Affiliated Notebook Paper Looselea, 49 300 Sheet Pkg Purex 3 F0089 79 Tuesday!! Wilsac;;ed hBk[oThin $2,,1 The Old-Fashioned Kind Backbone With Lots of Good Lean Meat 0089 No00to.lllstant Tea00oz00ar$1 VacuumPacked 22oz $1 is.00ame.ens .19 Fresh Frozen uts of the troup hauled rocks again Sunday afternoon. They 5 LB Box e LeRoy Sanchez, Richard Sanchez, Chris Ford, Kyle Hill, Fryer Thighs Nichois, Daniel Alexander, Rieky Price, Ed Bromley, Terry tman, Scott Lewis, Gary McClellan, Steve Rives, Donnie Shurfresh Fully Cooked Vacuum Packed $469 rman, Butch Blackburn, Dean Hawkins and Dan Sawyer. i/e will haul sand this coming Sunday, weather permitting "anned Hams - t.B Can e had one casualty--Chris Ford dropped a rock on his foot and II rOke loose a toe nail. All Order of the Arrow members planning to go to the winter '1 -- n 75 iaquet Saturday, December 8, at Borger, will meet at the First )wt Premium Fresh Frozen hristian Church at 5:45 p.m. where there will be cars to take . Be sure and wear your uniform and take your O.A. sash. la -- a Vacuum Pack ;nlcKen rtens 4-5 LB Ave. :ure slows cotton harvest area's cotton harvest slowed to almost a standstill due to moisture the night before and the high winds the day that prevented the cotton from being stripped. capacity of the Paymaster Gin is 150-200 bales daily, and only eight bales were ginned. cotton harvest started full blast last Wednesday, after a (lays of good weather. Manager Doug Burgess estimated the gin would bale four to five thousand bales of cotton the approximately 60 day harvest, which should be about