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December 6, 1973

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The Clarendon Press, December 6, Page 8 1973 Pontiac and'Buick Executive Cars. I.L._- l   ,i{_-_-  _- ]IE._-Z   ".ijl-L.f _ .-.=  ll----' Z--I  " --Z"''i'z  i! f  t'6" - Z 77''  ---- 'llZ *These cars are GM-owned cars which have never been sold. They have from 1,000 to 6,000 i mHes and all have factory warrant. They're practically new but with giant reductions. There's a big selection, and there's bound to be one that was meant for you. / Call 874-3527 in Clarendon I tl00'te In bu00ne00 to ,mile MEMBERS OF the Clarendon Jenior College Choir presented musk at the meeting of the Fan After 50 Club Saturday. It was the Christmas party for the organization. [Press Photo] Santa Claus visits Fun After 50 club The Fun After Fifty Senior Citizens club met morning at 10:00 in the Lions Club Hall for their party. Christmas name tags were given at the door to members and guests attending. Games of 42 and Dominoes were played until the program was given by Mr. and Mrs. Kern Pigg and the Singers from Clarendon College. The Singers gave a contemporary and traditional Christmas music, and then sing along, which was led by Charles Clinton. Mrs. Pigg gave a Christmas story from the Bible and talked about book, "A Turtle Hears the Good News." Santa Claus dropped by for a visit (really he was Beryl and passed out candy canes and gave some money for treasury. The Club gave him a Christmas tie and "Outstanding Senior Citizen Award" from the Council on Aging. A new slate of officers was presented by Mrs. Florence with Mrs. Nina Dale as President. She will take office in 1974. She was accepted unanimously. Dinner was then served, with Turkey and trimmings,' ;: Christmas decorations done by Mrs. Lois Hutchins and Mrs. Taylor. Among the guests present were Rev. and Mrs. McGarity and Rev. and Mrs. James Brandon and family. The goal for 1974 was set as "74 active members in The program for the January meeting will be Y Knot " and Square Dancing. Music Department After 50 Club Saturday, and visited with some "Fun Before SOs" w..e give Christmas 1926 Book Club meets a=,oo 00o,,o.e .,,, concert of Christmas Music on Tuesday, December 11 at p.m. in the Harned Sisters Auditorium. The College The 1926 Book Club met Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the College Singers, and a Brass Ensemble composed of Sta Patching Memorial Club House in regular meeting. Mrs. Joe members will present a program of'traditional and contem Ritter, president, presided at the business meeting. A "love Christmas music. The music will consist of ori offering" was taken to be sent to the Wichita State Hospital to for the Christmas season, familiar carols, and carols from help with the patients' Christmas party. Mrs. Bernie Green was lands. welcomed as a new member of the club. The selections to be performed by the College Choir Mrs. Richard Delaney gave a short Christmas program, "No Golden Carriage, No Bright Toy" by Gilbert consisting of the poem "I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day" by "Three Noels" by Clare Grundman, "Do You Hear Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and an excerpt from Floyd Deil's Hear" by Regney-Shayne, "Sing This Blessed Morn" a autobiography, "Homecoming." carol of the 13th century, and "Silver Bells". The hostesses were Mrs. J.L. Butler and Mrs. J.R. Brandon, The College Singers will feature selections from the who served the refreshments of Christmas cake, nuts, candies, Burt Carols. These delightful carols are a result of a coffee or tea to members, Mesdames Loyd Johnson, William begun by the Reverend Bates G. Burr, his composer son, Weatherly,Homer Bones, Joe Ritter, Carl Morris, K.K. Day, and friend-of-the-family Wihla Huston; for many years Bernie Green, C.E. Bairfield, Beryl Clinton, W.C. Thornberry, three collaborated on the creation of original carols which Richard Delaney and Ethelyn Grady. The meeting ended with an then sent to friends as Christmas cards. Some of the titles in t exchange of gifts, series of Burt Carols to be performed are "Caroling, 1.%....,t.9 "We'll Dress the House", and "Ah, Bleak and Chill the Nancy Carter s Wind" I The Brass Choir will present a wide selection of I Claude Goodnight carols epitomizing the holiday spirit of Christmas. The above three groups are under the direction of Kern Director of Clarendon College Music De[ m be $1.00 for adults and 75 cents for students. All proceeds to the Clarendon College Music Scholarship F'md. Claude and Goodnight slowed down a little after the Clarendon College students involved in this concert fi-ot: Thanksgiving holidays. People have been found at home lately, city of Clarendon are Nelda Allison, Charles Clinton, and perhaps with the gas shortage, more and more will stay Hudson, Susan Lowder, Sheilah McAnear, Kent Heath and home. Boothe. : Grace and Charles Grumke are supper one night last week at Wyatt's Ca'eteria in Amarillo. Fi Marshal Olinda Collins and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Grumke of Amarillo re warns visited with Mildred Neeley of Muleshoe last weekend. They celebrated abirthdaywiththeTaylorsofMuleshoe., against gas Kirk and Clive Cline hunted in Canadian Saturday while Ann and Karla Cline visited Annis Molter in Groom. "A one-gallan can of gasoline has the explosive power i Claude Business Women will soon be having their Annual sticks of dynamite--all in one package," Clarendon Fire Christmas Party sponsored by Group Four. . Clyde Price said this week, in a plea for local citizens not'to Claude Jr. High girls won first place in the Claude Jr. High gasoline, either in the trunk of a car or in closed quarters Tournament last weekend. Congratulations! the house. It's hard to ask people not to store gasoline, especially I'm sorry this week's column was so short. Sometimes a the talk about a shortage, Price pointed out. "But college girl barely finds time to think, recommend that people not store tt in any type of above See you nxt week. container--particularly in the trunk of their car." Price said that one out of every six rear-end collisions :,-Ray King playing in acarbecomingtotallyengulfedinflames. &t )r Wichita State now And those fires are caused by gas from a gas tank on ]magne the potential danger in a similar mishap, if stored in the trtmk of the front car. Any type of El-Ray King, son of Mr. and being the best freshman group could explode a gas can in your car," Price added. Mrs. Waiter King, spent the wichita State has ever recrui- The state law makes it unlawful to store more than Thanksgiving holidays with his ted. They set a lot of impressive in any above-ground container. family here in Clarendon. records. He pointed out that gas vapors comi.ng oui of gasoline ! ( El-Ray is a freshman Journalism * even at cold temperatures, causes the explosion. Chamberlain Motor Company] ' w State Th|sye.'steamwastherst . University at Wichita, Kansas. to score over fifty points in a Experts report that increased gasoline hoarding, as game, the first to rush for over alternate energy and heating methods, skyrockets the El-Ray played on the three hundred yards in a single of personal danger. Shockers junior varsity as a game and the first since 1969 to Huge numbers of motorists flocking to the nei defense corner-back and some win a game on the road. stations for spare cans of gasline since the president's .... Cl Texas .. . i at the safety pOsitiOn" The EI'R'ay suited Out several message has becOme a matter Of concern" arendon, Shockers JV missed by one times withthevarsity,ut never game of having a winning saw any action; however, this is  ! : season since 1969. The JV's had a good sign that Clarendon will , aim iitl lilt a 3-4 season this year. They lost have someone representng to some very strong teams. This them in the Shockers' future Mrs. Mildred Roseberry of Amarillo spent the seasons. / , year's JV team was reported as her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pittman. ]