Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 69, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 2, 1958 Page: 12 of 16
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0LAUDB, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1958.
THE CLAUDS NEWS
boy of the month
Ronald Patterson was born
September 30, 1940. His parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pat-
Ronald Is a very popular stu-
dent at Claude High. He is tak-
ing Agriculture IV, English IV,
Algebra n, and Physics. He is
co-captain of the Mustang foot-
ball team and a very active player
Ronald is 5 feet 11 inches tall
and has brown hair. He is well
known around CHS as having a
friendly personality. Best of luck
to Ronald, and congratulations
for being Boy of the Month.
CLAUDE HIGH SCHOOL
Editor-in-Chief. ..Jo Ann Vaughn
Feature Editor Lea Oles
Social Editor Ruth J*stiss
Nonsense Editor Clara Fithen
Sports Editor Barbara Ransom
Sponsor Miss Janet Moore
Ronnie Dunn Cinda Aduddell
Marvin Morgan Kay Pafford
Ronnie Posey La Juan Curby
Dee Herring, Linda Winkcompleck
Jane Hunt Kay Wiegman
Candra Crow Nelda Vaughn
Carolyn Morrison Harry Wood
Lolita Harred, Martha Blackwell
girl of the month
Marilyn was born in Amarillo
on July 29, 1941. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
V. Nelson, and she has two older
sisters. Marilyn has lived and at-
tended school in Claude all her
life. Marilyn is very active in
school and is an honor student.
This year she is Senior class
president, FHA president, and a
cheerleader. She has played flute
in the band for four year.
Her pet peeve is insincerity.
Among her favorites are: food -
chocolate ice cream; subject -
home economics; sport - football;
hobby - singing with the trio;
music - Semi - classical.
Marilyn says that being elected
Girl of the Month was a pleasant
surprise and a great honor and
that she will strive to live up to
by Ronnie Dunn
Oct. 6-10 - Six weeks
Oct. 7-8 Six weeks test
Oct. 9 - Pee Wee ballgame at
Oct. 10 - High school ballgame
here with Vega
Everyone shuns trouble unless
it comes disguised as money.
Estelline game total deposit -
$354.44, officials 52.80; change to
start 60.00; program sales 10.00
total 122.80. Gross profit 231.64;
Estelline share 115.82; Claude
Turkey game, total deposit
$369.31; officials 58.20; change to
start 60.00; program sales 10.00;
total exp. 128.20. Gross profit
241.11;* Turkey share 120,56;
Claude share 120.56.
Lakeview game; total deposit
$40.00; gross profit, 40.00.
Did anyone wonder Tuesday
morning, September 23, why all
the Seniors came to school all
dressed up in their Sunday best?
They, had a good reason* they
were having their Senior pictures
The Seniors are always proud
of this day. The pictures are an
important factor of being a Sen-
ior. They are all mounted and
put in a frame and hung in
The Seniors will be getting
their handsome pictures in a-
bout three weeks or more. The
proofs will be here next week.
Then the Seniors will pick the
one out of the proofs that they
want and send it back and have
Most- of the Seniors ordered
one large picture, which is titled,
a sweetheart size, whirh can be
tinted, and twelve folders. They
will be ordering their little pic-
Also having their pictures tak-
en on Tuesday were little Johnny
Damrrn and Cindy Porter.
We hope all thr- Seniors have
good pictures and are well pleas-
ed with them.
sics class that question, and I
doubt if they'll tell you to skin
them. (Some suggestion, huh?)
I'll tell you how you do it. You
get a tub, see—two tubs really,
and put Keith in one and Madi-
son in the other. Oh yes, and
you pour in some water! Oh,
it's too deep for me. Ask Madi-
so how to do it—he knows!
Will someone please tell me
how you get an egg out of a
milk bottle?? And for crying out
loud—how did it get in there in
the first place???
Say cats, dig this: "The Gentle
Sport of people Hunting" by Jack
Cobb. How about that? You see
(maybe you don't, but, oh well)
in speech last week the poor
dears had to make talks on any
subject that held their interest.
Well, the only one J. could dream
up was hunting (he has night-
mares, constantly) Now if that's
not a title—and I mean a TITLE
—just what is it, pray tell me?
No, don't, I haven't the time.
What do you want to bet that,
I know some feet that are think-
ing evil thoughts about their
owners? I mean the Choral Club
feet! But now really, that's what
feet were made for, huh girls?
to pick Nancy up at eight) w(Fe-
male) "Everybody come help me
—PLEASE! I cannot find but
one of nTy red ballet slippers, and
I'll die—but die—if I have to
wear the white ones, and Pete is
supposed to pick me up any min-
ute now—ANY MINUTE f" (He is
supposed to pick her up at 8:30)
5:45 P. M.: "Tying up the
phone? Joanie and me? Why,
Joanie did not even call me until
just a little while ago." (Joanie
called her at 2:05)
10:25 A. M. "Get up? Now- At
Jokes ... *
Sandra C: Did you say he only
kissed you once last night? What
was the matter?
Dona H.: Come one interrupted
Bill M.: I like mathematics
when it isn't over my head.
Dickie E.: That's the way I
feel about pigeons.
School lunches. . .
Monday: Meat balls, spaghetti,
cabbage and apple salad, green
beans, sliced peaches, cookies.
Tuesday: Steak, gravy, potatoes,
pineapple and carrot salad, lun-
cheon peas, cake.
Wednesday: Pinto beans, but-
tered corn, mixed greens, onion
slices, corn bread, fruit cobbler.
Thursday: Hamburger, butter-
ed potatoes, fruit jello, prune cake
Friday: Fish sticks, tartar sau-
ce. blackeyed peas, tossed green-
salad, apricots, hot rolls, butter.
On rte q.t.
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Listen, don't tell a soul, but the
other day Mr. Doughty pulled a
stinky on the 6th period Geome-
try class. And I do mean a stinky.
Everybody's noses began busily
sniffing the minute they walked
into the room because the smell
of onions was utterly overpower-
ing! Mr. Doughty kept saying
things like, "Those onions sure
were good for dinner, weren't
they?' Naturally that made ev-
eryone notice the smell all the
more. Then Mr. Doughty said,
"I've got to leave the room a
minute, so Donna, why don't
you come sit in my chair while
I'm gone?" When Donna got
up there she nearly fell off the
chair laughing! Curiosity isn't the
word for what everyone felt.
Then, to use Mr. Doughty's
words, "Low and behold," Donna
pulled out several big slices
of . . . you guessed it . . . onion!!
That ended the tom-foolery tho
because right after that we had
a test. Oh, well, that's the way
the mop flops!
Which one has the most area
Keith or Madison? Last Thursday
in physics Mr. Doughty asked the
class that. Ask any of the phy-
Oct. 3—Happy, there
Oct. 10—Vega, here
*Oct. 17—Darrouzet't, there
*Oct. 24—Texline, here
*Oct. 31—Follett, here
*Nov. 7—Wheeler, there
♦Nov. 15—Groom, there, 2 pro
When you leave -the football
game and begin the trip home,
drive carefully and be extra con-
siderate of the many other driv-
ers who arc trying to reach home
also. The Texas Safety Associa-
tion warns us that the fall mon-
ths of the year are also the high-
est traffic accident months. There
fore, added caution is needed to
insure your safe arrival home af-
ter the game.
I want to ask you "A Lovers
Question". Were your "Big Brown
Eyes" watching "Western Mov-
ies" when your "Lover Doll" was
"At the Hop doing the "Hand
Jive"? You should know "The
Seven Steps of Love" because
"It's All In The Game" but "You
Cheated, You Lied". "Are You
Really Mine?"—"Loving You"—
1:45 A. M. "Late? It's only a
little past midnight. Jeepers if I
have to break up the party check
out my date and be home for
bed at practically sundown, well,
I might as well strt dting girls
I might as well start dating girls
Amy s age. (Amy is his sister,
11:05 A. M. "Hay, it's
about noon. How's for lunch? I
haven t tasted food since break-
fast and I'm starving man, starv-
ing!" (He ate breakfast at 10;30)
7:30 P. M.: (Male) "Stop fret-
ting, parent, Play it casual. I got
plenty time to shower and dress.
I'm not supposed to pick Nancy
s yet." (He is supposed
Heard some Juniors dislike
writing multiplication tables ....
How about that Nancy and Doris
i?? Wonder who J. P. was at
the fair with, could it have been
a certain Senior??? Did every
one enjoy the fair? Heard
coach was unhappy with a cer-
tain football player .... Ruth,
what was wrong with paratroop-
er? .... Saw Lea with an old class
mate Wednesday Virginia R.
did you lose your parents, or
were you just wanting a senior
boy to walk with you? . Donna
and Henry had a gay time at
the fair from all indications
Thursday morning , Jack. _did
you have a headache Wednesday
Sharon S., didn't you get to
go to the fair Wednesday? A
certain boy sure did hate that
Beverly, did Donnie ever find
you? Wonder how many peo-
ple got sick, how about that Dee?
Sandra, who was the girl with
Madison, didn't turn out to be
his cousin, did it or didn't it?
How many athletes got home
by eleven? You just cannot
make it home by that time if you
start after eleven . Dee, who did
you give the teddy bear to? ....
Miss Moore, did you know that a
truck broke down down town?
Harry, who was that letter to in
English? Was it John- Or was
it someone else? Dale Dunn,
who would not let you guide the
fin planes? .... Donna L„ would
you know, you are a good pilot
aren't you? .... Phil, where did
La Juan go during the fair?
Did you walk too fast or some
thing? .... Glenn did you get dis-
gusted at the fair? Hey, Soph-
omores, when are you all going
to "The Moon"? Tony, who
do you want to land in your
back yard? .... Marilyn Monroe
by chance? .... Skipper, are you
a very good shot? . .. Some things
you are not .... Cinda, what was
wrong with you Thursday ?
Jack C„ did you ever find out?
Who got caught parking in
their garage Sunday night. Would
you know, Harry? .... What fresh-
man boy was seen driving around
Jeanne Heckman's house Sunday
afternoon, would you know Jerry
D? Clara P., what did you find
in your serving bag Wednesday
morning in Homemaking?
Wonder if Dick E„ Ronnie D„ ♦
and Harry W., enjoy running
laps Karen S., what happened
Friday night? .... Since when did
Mr. Roberts start goldbricking
(seriously we are glad to have
him bsfck) Ronald P. and
Keith H., since when do you
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Waggoner, William J. B. & Waggoner, Cecil O. Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 69, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 2, 1958, newspaper, October 2, 1958; Claude, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth355965/m1/12/: accessed January 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Richard S. and Leah Morris Memorial Library.