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December 13, 1973

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The Clarendon Press, December 13, Page 7 Services set Thursday Tex Selvidge likes personal 00relati0nship for P, nkney Palmer The Y Knot Twirlers met Friday night with three squares on floor most of the time. L.L. Wallace now has nine couples to square, and as soon as these gradute they will join rest of the group. Friday night. December 14, there will be a party for the Browns, who are leaving the club. All the people who ave enjoyed Audrey&apos;s calling for the years he has been calling Clarendon club are invited to come and wish them well as get involved in other things. € t. I By DAVID EVERMAN Services for Mrs. Ann Pinkney Palmer, 45, a resident of Armstrong County and the Goodnight Community since 1961, Leonard "Tex" Selvidge, Dean of Students at Clarendon Southwestern, and made the Little All-American Team in 1957. will be held at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, December 13, in the First College, still misses coaching athletics, but not enough to quit Also on the same Southwestern team was a junior college United Presbyterian Church, with Rev. Owen McGarity, transfer named Jeff Walker, who is now Superintendent of minister, officiating. Interment will be in the Citizens Cemetery his current career as a guidance counselor. "It's probably Schools here in Clarendon. because of the personal relationship," he explained his decision with the arrangements under the direction of Schooler-Gordon- to get into counseling. "l like the personal contact, the Robcrtson Funeral Directors. one-to-one relationship." Selvidge got his Bachelors degree in 1958, majoring in Social Mrs. Palmer died at 8:10 p.m. on Tuesday in the Pale Pure After six years of high school teaching and coaching, when he Studies and minoring in Physical Education. In 1962, he received Convalescent Home in Claude after a lengthy illness. She was taught History and Government and coached football, track and his Masters in Guidance and Counseling, and went from there to born on June 17, 1928, at Graham, Texas, and was married to basketball, Selvidge decided to try counseling. He left Hollis, Spearman, where he taught for one year before 2ping to Hollis. Herschel Lee Palmer on August 27, 1947 at Ft. Worth. She Oklahoma, where he had been for five years, and came to While at Southwestern, he met Norma Jo Haney through a moved to Armstrong County from Corpus Christi, Texas, in Clarendon as County Guidance Counselor in 1964. He came to friend, and in January of 1958 married her. The couple have two 1961. She was a member of the First United Presbyterian Clarendon College in 1968 as counselor and registrar, and in children, Chad, age 12, and Shay, age 7. They still go back to Church in Clarendon. Les Beaux Arts Club, was Past Secretary 1971 was made Dean of Students. Southwestern for homecomings, and Mrs. Selvidge is the of the Texas Association of Improvement of Reading, and was Selvidge almost didn't make it past high school, dropping out vice-president of the alumni association, very active in the Donley County Historical Museum and the as a freshman and spending two and one half years in the Beta Sigma Phi. She has taught Improved Reading in Clarendon oilficlds. He came back, though, even if the road back was a little Public Schools since 1963 and has also taught in the Borger and hard to do being stuck in classes with people three years his Also while at college, it seems he was the only Texan on the Corpus Christi schools. junior. "It was hard going back, but the people in Stinnett football team, so naturally he came under the nickname "Tex." " .... (where he attended high school) made it a lot easier.But if it "The coach started it," Selvidge explained, "and it just kind of Survivors include her husband, Lee Palmer of the home in hadn't been for athletics, I probably would not have gone back," stuck." Goodnight; one daughter, Miss Lee Ann Palmer of Goodnight; a Selvidge said. After teaching at Hollis, he visited Clarendon, looking for a son, Ward Palmer of Gotwlnight; one sister, Mrs. Sallie Ramirez guidance counselors job. "I visited Clarendon, and Mr. Walker of Fresno, California and her mother, Mrs. Sallie Varble of .... It was athletics that took him to Southwestern State College in was then the High School football coach. Also, Mr. Vaughan was Goodnight. Weatherford, Oklahoma--at least in a way. Selvidge then superintendent and I knew I'd want to be associated with Bearers will be Jack Lewis, Stina Cain, Douglas Shelton, W.R. accompanied a friend to Southwestern, since it was his friend any organization he was heading up. One of the reasons I came Clack, Bill Craft, Wayne Riggs, Frank Derrick and Chuck who had received the invitation. Selvidge asked for a chance to here was to see the college grow. I think Clarendon College has a Deyhle. try out along with his friend. Selvidge got a scholarship and the great future," Seividge said. friend didn't, so the friend went home and Selvidge stayed. The four ?/'ears he was at Southwestern, they won the Oklahoma However, there is still one thing he wants to do--go back to NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY Collegiate conference once, tied for first twice and once came in coaching. "Everybody that ever coached wants to coach again," second place. Selvidge made All-Conference four years while at he said, "and I believe every man wants to coach." -. It is the policy of the Medical CenteL Donley County Hospital District to admit and treat all patients without regard to race, Knot Twirlers meet. Lockney wins Salt Fork Color. or national origin. The same 1 [ I requlremen!'s f°r admissi°ns are applied t° Classic tourney FILL-IT-UP all and patients are assigned within the facility without regard to race, color, or r ,,,= ] The Lockpey Longhorns defeated the Dragons from Paducah Essential? national origin. There is no distinction in b4-58 to capture the 7th Annual Salt Fork Classic at Clarendon Spiders are essential to the bal- i ante of nature. Averaging at least eligibility for, or in the manner of providing, College. Led by 6'4" John Clark's 23 points, the Longhorns 50,000 per acre in green areas, any patient service provided by the hospital, , outscored the Dragons by 36-33 at halftime and hung on to the they annually destroy a hundred small margin to take the Championship. Carl Wright led the 2nd times their number in insects, or by others in or outside of the hospital. All place Dragons with 12 points, facilities are available without distinction The champions in the girls competition were the tough Strict Auto Laws!  '=2 ;:' Patriotettes from Valley High by defeating Lefors 69-32. Cookie Bermuda laws restrict the num- and rules of courtesy are uniformly applied Dowd led all scorers with 24 points for the Valley girls, ber, size, and horsepower of auto- In the consolation bracket, Clarendon won both the boys and mobiles. To stay within size lira- to al[ regardless of race, color or nations[ its, some have recessed bumpers origin. All persons involved in the referral of girls titles. The Bronchos had to rally in the second half in order and door handles. to defeat the Lefors Pirates 43-41. Leading scorer for Clarendon patients to or from the hospital or ".  was Kenneth Reese with 12 points, followed by Danny Monroe Deadly Marketplace assignment or transfer of patients within the 10, Randy Croslin 8, Kenneth King 7 and David Lewis, Alan The marketplace in Marrakech, hospital must do so without regard to the _)_. Harper and Scott Hamilton with 2 points each. MoroCco, once was known as the The Bronchoettes, riding on a 38 point effort from Pearly "Assembly of the Dead" because patient race, color, or national origin. I< EMP'S DRIVE IN " ..) Butler, defeated Estelline 84-25 for the girl's consolation crown, the heads of executed rebels were FROM ' " Getting balanced shooting from all players, the girls had little displayed there as a warning. Dale Martin Administrator and ARCADE__ i trouble from the start. 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Slice as de- 0 Necklaces, Some Turquoise Jewelry € $5 95 Use the coals, not fire, to cook ' t • meat on an outdoor grill. Broiling , ................... 0 I1 l'l00lOA&n ,O at low to moderate temperatures ' After Jan. 1 we're hoving to a new location € makes for jucier and more tender  ' 0 ntr00un meat. It also means more meat to  downtown, next door to the Donley County State Bank € serve and enjoy sinee high temper- atures increase cooking losses. 0 Rita's Fashions : Phone 874-3823 Clarendon ** Across from High School