Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 25, 1963 Page: 7 of 16
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Don Mitchell to
compete at state
"I can't do jfc." Say, "I will try," Denton and Dennta Fox drive
because George P. Burnham once their Chrysler to school each
said, "I can't do It," never ac- morning. Bill Wood drives his
compllshed anything; "I will try," Oldsmobile while Doug Chauveaux
has performed wonders. travels to school in his Fontiac.
Put some will power in your Mary Frances Harred and Mary
Don Mitchell leaves for Austin work and make it. Will power is Ann McGehee are the only stu-
Thursday, May 2, to compete in to a person what horse-power is dents who fancy foreign cars.
APRIL 25, 1963 Claude, Texas JHE CLAUDE NEW^
the state track meet.
Don competes in the 180 yd. low
hurdles. Hp finished second at
regional, which earned him a trip
The mile relay team reached
finals at the regional meet but
placed sixth in the finals.
Freshman Jimmy Clark finish-
ed fourth in the mile with tim-
ing of 4.53.
Trackster Butch Brown said, "I
to an engine.
leads all others
Mary Ann's white Renault is a
familiar sight in front of CHS
while Mary Frances drives her
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Attendance record for the fifth
six weeks is again led by the
senior class with a 97.10 percent.
The sophomore class was second
with a 93.78 percent attendance. the library without checking them
While the freshmen were next out
think Don'has'11 real' good"chance w'th ,a 92 99 pel'C(?ntf La®J; At the present time there are
at Austin and we're all behind aUendance rec0^ '<* the fifth about $30 worth of library books
six weeks are the juniors with miSsing from the library. If these
a 92.68 percent. are noj returned it will be neces-
"With all the illnesses that the ary t0 assess each class an equal
students of CHS have encounter- share of this amount.
ed," stated Principal Alton L. Each student should read care-
Goodin, "the attendance record is fully the regulations pertaining
good considering all the absen- use 0f automobiles on page
by sara beth byrd
see us for
CROP HAIL INSURANCE
Tommy Phelps, of Amarillo, de-
livered the weekly devotional on
Thursday, April 18. To begin the
program, Beverly' Garrison led a
hymn, accompanied by Carole
Girls attending the State Fu-
ture Homemakers of America con-
vention in Dallas were Cynthia
Porter, Sandra Drake and spon-
14 of the handbook. Notice es-
pecially Section 4—"ALL CARS
DRIVEN BY STUDENTS ARE
TO BE PARKED AND LEFT IN
THE SAME* PLACE UNTIL
SCHOOL IS DISMISSED." This
was slightly liberalized in order
. , to permit students to go home in
Home projects consisted mainly Lheir cars at noon for lunch
of sewing. Cooking and housc-
Projects turned in
Home economics students of
CHS turned in their home pro-
jects Wednesday to Mrs. Shirley
„ , i j j Students who use their cars to
sor, Mrs. Joe Lovell. They left cleaning were also included. g0 t0 lunch at noon should go
from Claude Thursday morning, Students made shirtwaist dress- djrectiy to and from their home
April 18 at 7 p.m. They traveled es
lined skirts and sweetheart
and upon returning to school,
chartered bus which carried matchinR shirts. They could eith- park the car and get out Qf it
^ 0 Supply
FHA students and their sponsors.
The main purpose of this con-
vention was the election of of-
ficers for the coming year.
Seaplane—no need for glasses.
Hurricane—speedy walking stick
Six weeks grades
er wear t,heir garments or bring
them to school for inspection.
A style show is being planned
so the HE students can model'
School lunches.. .
Monday: Tuna fish salad, but-
tered corn, b'.ackeyed peas, sliced
peaches, roils, butter.
Tuesday: Steak, gravy, candied
sweet potatoes, cabbage salad,
Wednesday: Beans and ham,
vegetable salad, buttered beets,
apple sauce, peanut butter cookies
Thursday: Hamburgers., lettuce,
tomato, onions, pickles, french
Grades made this six weeks will frjeS) frujt jello, oatmeal cookies,
mean passing or failing the last Friday: Chicken-spaghetti,green
semester or perhaps the entire beans, cranberry salad, celery
year for many students. sticks, strawberry shQrt cake with
Even though you may be close whipped cream.
to the failure line if you will
really work you will stand a good
chance of passing. Don't give up
completely. Hand in all assign-
ments, do extra work if possible,
put in some extra work on your
assignments and hand in unusu- owners. Kenneth Burton and
ally good ones. You shouldn't Nancy Hundley drive 1960 tur-
mind this, because, remember, if quoise Chevrolets. Jerry Don Bart-
you hadn't let pleasure come be- ley drives his 1958 gold Chevy to
fore your school work during the school each morning. Steve Chau-
past six weeks, you wouldn't have veaux drives a 1957 pink Chevy,
to "dig" so hard now. Don't say, Norman Stewart, Karen Bryan
and Mary Lois Finley bring their
!I TTT T ! Chevrolets to school each morn-
staff of claude^ high school ,ng Glenda Aduddell Joe Max
campus highlights Hood and Gail Maddox share with
Member of TIISPA and WTIISPA the others in being proud Chevy
Nancv Hundley, Dennis Fox. Shir-
ley Oles. Billy Don Wood, Ken-
neth Dewey Lossic Dawkins, Mary
Ann McGehee. Frances Heisler,
Freda Menefee. Julia Harred, Jan-
yth Burton, Terry Cox, Mary
Frances Harred, Connie Karr,
Sara Beth Byrd, Ronnie Wetzel,
Bobbie Crownover, Nancy Blas-
ingame, Jean Hubbard, Prarie
TOWNS ON THE MOVE
continued from page 6
journalism class officers
President Prarie Chamberlain
Vice President Nancy Hundley
Sec.-Treas Shirley Oles
Sponsor Mrs. Catherine Porter
principal Mr. Alton L. Goodin
7 OUR. "WORRIES'
r ONE OLD BOY says he got
his wife through a Reader's Ad
Distinguished Merit Award 1961- nis Wlle " f'~ * At
iQfii- and now blames us for it. At
62; WTHSPA Excellent 1961
least they bring results.
He who throws mud loses ground.
When the Bonham Cotton Mill an'
nounccd it would close its doors final'
ly in early 1962, that North Texas
city stood to lose a 61-year old indus-
try with a $14,000 weekly payroll.
Bonham's vigorous enterprise in the
face of crisis is another reason we say
big things are happening in General
These towns arc on the move. Com'
munity improvements arc under way,
Aggressive citizens of the 7357 popu- local resources are being developed,
•lation community arose to the emcr- new businesses, new industries are
gency Today, little more than a year coming in. If your town seeks addi-
iatcr, Red River Textile Mill, Inc., is tional information about expansion
not only continuing the operation of * perhaps we can help. Just write our
its predecessor, but is talking plans for Community Development Pcpart-
an eventual major expansion.
ment, Box 1001, San Angclo, Texas.
COMPANY OF THE SOUTHWEST
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Waggoner, William J. B. & Waggoner, Cecil O. Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 25, 1963, newspaper, April 25, 1963; Claude, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth355893/m1/7/: accessed August 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Richard S. and Leah Morris Memorial Library.