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C=;CCC2"1 Car Mdcz !00egistration BRONC BUSTER 11973 Plymouth, purchased by ]Ross Springer of Hedley, from [Mills Motor Co. ].1974 Dodge pickup, pur- - ]chased by Leon Fowler of ]Lakeview, from Mills Motor Co. [ 1974 Buick, purchased by ]Bran Shelton, from Chamberlain [Motor Co. [1974 Buick, purchased by Willie Mae Lawrence of IAmarillo, from Chamberlain Motor Co. ]1974 Pontiac, purchased by [Mrs. Willard Knox of Lelia [Lake, from Chamberlain Motor t(71974 Buick, purchased by Bob l!ool of Groom, from Cham- berlain Motor Co. ' 1974 Cadillac, purchased by H. A. Cagle of Childress, Chamberlain Motor Co. 1974 GMC pickup, purchased Tommy Bolin of Hedley, Chamberlain Motor Co. 1973 Oldsmobile, purchased Jack Case of Turkey, from Motor Co. 1974 Cadillac, purchased by Ross, from Chamberlain Co. 1973 Audl, purchased by County State Bank, from Messer Volkswagen, lnc. 1974 Chevrolet, purchased by :rank White Jr., from Alderson 1974 Dodge pickup, pur- by Bill Crisp of from Mills Motor Co. 1974 Buick, purchased by H. Beck, from Chamberlain Co. 1974 GMC pickup, purchased D. H. Swinney, from Motor Co. 1974 Buick, purchased by Don from Chamberlain Co. 1974 Oldsmobile, purchased Y Allen Graham of Panhandle, Chamberlain Motor Co. 1974 Pontiac, purchased by J. . Coleman of McLean, from hamberlain Motor Co. 1973 Ford pickup, purchased S. J. Cattle Company, from Motor Co. 1974 Oldsmobile, purchased Kathy Topper of Pampa, Chamberlain Motor Co. 1974 Chevrolet, purchased by Jones of Floydada, Alderson Chevrolet Co. L974 Chevrolet, purchased by Steed of Groom, from This weekend, beginning today, is the annual Salt Fork Classic basketball tournament held at the college gym. The tournament lasts 3 days and basketball teams from all over the area will compete. The Bronchos' first game of the tournament is scheduled for Thursday night. The Bronchettes play at 7:30 Thursday night, and the Broncs will play immediately after. Good Luck to both teamsl The Future Homemakers of America met last week to begin planning the FHA banquet to be held ;P February. It seems like a long time away still, but the plans have to be made in advance so the committees will have something to work on. The theme was chosen, which was the main concern at that time. Now, the decorating committee plans the event and orders the necessities that can not be made by the members. The food committee also can begin planning the menu. A lot of work has to be done ahead of time. There was quite a bit of controversy at the meeting. Tradition-vs-underclassmen. The Spanish II-lIl Class celebrated two birthdays within the last S days. Terry's birthday party was last Thursday and Danny's was Monday. Stan Shelton certainly got a nice, "early Christmas" present. It is the color of cinnamon and is truly something to be proud of. The only complaint Stan has is this ridiculous fuel shortagel Kim Newhouse is a happier person these days. I just wonderif it has anything to do with Buzzy ... who just recently moved back to Clarendon from Amarillo. Johnny Gerner celebrated his 18th birthday Saturday night (and early Sunday morning). Those attending the celebration were Tami Douthit, Belinda Tanner, Tommy Hill, Rodney Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. Gerner, Mr. and Mrs. Cagle, Mr. Douthit and Mitzi Cagle. It was quite an evening--a real "hurricane" of an evening, in factl Shauna Hardin left Friday afternoon and drove to Gruver, where she spent the weekend with Sandra Jochetz. She had a very nice weekend. Terry Saye bought a very important piece of paper Saturday--a plane ticket--I wonder where she could be going? ? l I DebbieRobertson has be.ca sick lately--I'm sure we all wish her a speedy recovery. Jimmy Floyd, the "heavyweight champion of CHS", won his class at the boxing exhibition held last Saturday. He has a Chevrolet Co. black eye to prove it. Ford, purchased by Max LaNita McDonald, senior at CHS, has been writing poetry a, from Frontier Ford. since age 1. She and Mrs. Todd have been getting her poems __ __ polished, and have finally sent them to a poetry contest. If LaNita wins, her poems will be published. We all wish her luckLaNita i a! McDonald, poet laureate of the 1974 Senior Class. The following SOC is one of the poems she has written and entered i n the contest. w,,, r i tv "watching tbe End of the Day" aFtlBVWI  3 , by LaNita McDonald lany social security benefi- lries recently received in- It is the ending of the day - Very quietly, very slowly ases in their checks because Ending with the glowing far away. k new provision in the social 'arity as delayed law known ement credit. ,  Silence is the sound on the winds his credit adds to a worker s Evening is chasing the sun's end, Earth is gliding through time and space k on percent for each year l/12th of one percent for each Night will not let day leave a trace. th between age 65 and 72 Itr the worker delayed his Two birds glide along the sunset. Higher and brighter the sun burns. rement. No credit is given delaying retirement beyond Earth keeps on with her steady turns. 72, as a person can make as eh as he wants and still draw Day is slipping softly away And I cannot stop its leaving social security beginning at Yet I know I must see the gray. 72. Also, no credit is given years before 1971 that the Good Luck Bronchos and Bronchettesl rker earned too much money Idraw social security. order to qualify for the  Lees,!  a worker must not have 1 any social security Mr. and Mrs. Cowboy Johnson of Dimmitt were in Clarendon before age 65. This Monday attending to business and visiting her parents, Mr. and retirement credit may encourage a person to longer rather than take retirement. delayed retirement credit be automatically figured year. Mrs. Carl Pittman. Mrs. Mildred Hendrix and Miss Winefred Hendrix made a business trip to Memphis Saturday and also visited with Mrs. Katie Scoggins. Mrs. Walter Lowe, Mrs. H. T. Burton, Miss Edgar Mac Mongole and Miss Mable Mongole went to Amarillo shopping the first of this week. FERTILIZER Fertilizer is short. We now have our December allotment. First come, First served. All fertilizer Is cash. Now Booking Treflan. cans--el00.00 5 Gallon CLARENDON HATCHERY Clarendon, Texas The Clarendon Press, December 6, page 5 .A "i lit I lED , Men's:'Good Luck". Box k Cards I uzft Set By English Vei--- $4.50 Leath , ,0000Od,rtn l l 1 I OZ English Leather , New by Max Factor .19c I Purpose Lot,on C,trus Musk Cologne English Leather $4.50 $3.75 Musk Cologne 20% off all place pieces all patterns 25% off all serving pieces all patterns GROUP I GROUP 11 GROUP III OTHER PLACE PIECES, Reg. SALE Reg SALE Reg, SALE CONTINUEO Price PRICE Price PRICE Price PRICE Iced Beverage Spoon $1825 $14.60 $1925' $15.40 $2000 $1b.O0 Ice Cream Fork 17 75 14.20 1850 14.80 1950 15.60 Steak Knife, Ind. 19oo 15.20 19.75 15J0 2175 17.40 SEiiVING PIECES Bar Knife, H H 14 25 10.69 1525 11.44 16 25 12.19 Ben Ben, Nut Spoon 15.00 11.25 1675 12.56 1725 12.94 Bottle Opener 1450 10.88 16.(X) 12.00 lb,0 12.38 Butter Knife, H. H 1675 12,56 1750 13.13 1850 13.88 Cake Breaker * 28.00 21.00 3000 22,50 32.50 24.38 Cake Slicer 2800 21.00 30.00 22.50 32.50 24.38 Cheese Serving Knife 1850 13.88 195(} 14.63 2000 15,00 Cold Meat Fork 3350 25.13 35,00 26.25 37.50 28.13 Cream or Sauce Ladle 19 50 14.63 2000 15.00 21 O0 15.75 Flat (tomato) Server 40.00 30.00 42.50 31J8 45(X) 33.75 Gravy Ladle 33.50 25.13 35.00 26.25 3750 28,13 Jelly Server 1650 12,38 18.00 13,50 2000 15.00 Lemon Fork 1350 10,13 14.25 10.69 15,00 11,25 Olive or Pickle Fork 1200 9.00 1300 9.75 14.00 10.50 Pastry Server 27.50 20.63 28.50 21.38 2950 22.13 Pie or Cake Serving Knife 2750 20.63 28,50 21.38 29.50 22.13 Salad Serving Fork, Large 5000 37,50 55.00 41.25 60.00 45.00 Salad Serving Spoon, Lg 50.00 37.50 55.00 41.25 60.00 45.00 Salad Serving Set-- Black Plastic, 2-pc, 35.00 28.25 37.00 27.75 39.50 29,63 Sugar Spoon 17.50 13.13 18.50 13.88 20.00 15.00 Sugar Tongs 19.25 14.44 22.00 16,50 23,00 17.25 Table Spoon, Pierced 33.00 24.75 35.00 26.25 37,50 28.13 Table Spoon 33,00 24.75 35,00 26.25 37.50 28.13 CARVTNG PIECES Poultry Shears 55,00 41.25 57.50 43.13 6000 45.00 Roast Carving Fork 42,50 31.98 43.50 32.63 4500 33.75 Roast Carving.Knife 42.50 31J8 43.50 32.63 45.00 13.75 Roast Carving Steel 38.50 211.81 39.00 29.25 40.00 :,00 Steak Carving Fork 27,50 20,63 28.50 21,38 30.00 22.50 Steak Carving Knife 27.50 20.63 28,50 21.38 30.00 22.60 "OLD VIRGINIA" SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER 5pecial 32-Piece Service /or 8:8 feaspoons, 8 place /orks, 8 place knives, 8 salad Jerks Regular Price $604.00 30% OFF SALE PRICE $422,80 32-Pc Set, Place Size, Large $67200 30% OFF SALE PRICE $470.40 Children's Silver available at regular prices only Consult dealer price list All prices subject to change without notice. Atl orders subject to accept- anee at the factory For a complete listing of all pieces available, con- $5.00 "The Mariner Gift Set" By English Leather Wind Drift $7,00 Hallmark Season Party Goods By Hallmark Gift Wrap Mon Triomphe Cologne and After Shave suit dealer price list. l  ,AnltSrductory Special on I IlettEmll,,. J , ..A fl(" i  Old Virginia--30% Off I IIMIIIIIIJI g" [ v,vv   Special 32-Pc. Set. I I -- . .. - = , , [ 7 December 29 [ Panty Hose | t ': '" i'iI'001 Liquid Hair Net, Groupl Group2 Group3 I "3,9" l Save 25% on all Serving Pieces Save 20% on all Place Pieces November 5 December 29, 1973  Save 25% : all Serving Pieces- Save 20% n all 1place Pieces--Nvember 5--De:ember :9, 1973 1000 Watt I Hair Dryer [ $24.75 SALE ] PRICE $13.20 19.20 17,20 23.$0 20AO 16.20 1.00 l&.O0 GROUP I Reg. SALE PLACE SETTING PIECES Price PRICE Teaspoon $1400 $11.20 Place Fork 21.50 17.20 Place Knife 17.25 13.80 Place Fork. Large 26.50 21,20 Place Knife, Large 19.75 15.00 Salad Fork (Dessert & Fish) 16.75 13.411 Place Spoon 18.25 14.6o Cream Soup Spoon 18.25 14.60 Spreader (Hollow Handle) 11.75 9.41) PLACE SETTINGS With Place Knife & Fork 4-pc. Setting 69.50 55.60 5*pc. Setting 87.75 70.28 6-pc. Setting 99.50 . 4-pc. Setting, Large 77.00 61.6@ 5*pc, Setting, Large 95.25 76.20 6-pc. Setting, Large 107.o0 85.6 OTHER PLACE PIECES Cocktail or Oyster Fork 12.25 9.00 GROUP II Reg. SALE GROUP III Reg. Price PRICE Price Teaspoon $15.i5 $12.20 Teaspoon $16,50 Place Fork 22.50 UI.10 Place Fork 24.00 Place Knife 19.50 1.60 Place Knife 21.50 place Fork, Large 27.50 .I Place Fork, Large 29.50 lace Knife, Large 23.00 1&441 Place Knife, Large 25,S0 alad Fork (Dessert & Fish) 18.25 14.60 Salad Fork (Dessert & Fish) 20.25 Place Spoon 19.25 10.40 Place Spoon 2000 Cream Soup Spoon 19.25 tS. Cream Soup Spoon 20.00 Spreader (Hollow Handle) 12.75 18.211 Spreader (Hollow Handle) PLACE SETTINGS PLACE SETTINGS With Place Knife & Forl, With Place Knife & Fork 4-pc. Setting 75.50 MIt.48 4-pc. Setting 5-pc. Setting 94.75 7S.N 5-pc, Setting 6-pc Setting 10750 06.0 6-pc. Setting 4-pc. Setting, Large 84,00 67.2tl 4-pc. Setting, Large 5-pc. Setting. Large 103.25 12,f 5-pc. Setting, Large 6-pc. Setting, Large 116.00 93.U 6-pc Setting, Large OTHER PLACE PIECES OTHER PLACE PIECES Cocktail or Oyster Fork 12.50 10.8e Cocktail or Oyster Fork Coffee or Cocktail Spoons 9.00 7.20 Coffee or Cocktail Spoon 9.25 7.40 Coffee or Cocktail Spoon 9.75 7.N 1 ...... Opssert or Cereal spoon 19.5o 15.60 DessertorCerealSpoon 21,00 lOtl[MI Dessert or Cereal Spoon , 22.50 18.. O(lk Lr,,, t, Where You Save Pharmac