Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 69, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 2, 1958 Page: 6 of 16
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CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1958.
THE CLAUDE NEWS
Womble tells of
Some 15 members of the Bap-
Dinner guest in
Dinner guest with the Sprinkle
family last Sunday, were the
Sandlin family, Burl, Minnie Mae,
tist Brotherhood gathered in the Phil and Carol Ann from Ama-
banquet hall of the church in rillo, also Mrs. Macie Helms of
regular monthly meeting at 7:30 Claude. Afterwards they al! had
Thursday evening, September 25. a nice visit with Mrs. Helms son
The group enjoyed a covered and family Mr. and Mrs. Mack
dish luncheon with a fine variety Stocket at their ranch home on
of good eats and then the Broth- the edge of Palo Duro Canyon,
erhood president, Pat Bagwell Phil and Carol Ann spent Sun-
asked the program chairman, day night with the grandparents,
Judge Carl Wood to introduce Mr. and Mrs. Sprinkle, then re-
the guest speaker of the evening, turned to Amarillo early Monday
Double ring service unite couple
in Claude Christian Church
D. W. Womble of Morse, Tex-
as, and a state director in the
Farm Bureau made a very in-
teresting talk about his recent ber
European trip on the Cotton
John Tour by air. Womble was
morning, for the Parade Phil
marched in. He is one of the
Horace Mann School Band mcm-
The Lord is my helper: I will
impressed with the feeling that not fear what man shall do to
Americans should be humbled
me.—(Hetrews 13.6). When we
with gratitude that they are per- know, in the completeness of our
mitted to live in the United
States which has been so much
blessed. The trip was very en-
lightening and brought to the
attention the great differences
in the peoples of the world and
in the way they live and do
things and the way they think.
The group thoroughly enjoyed
the talk and many questions were
asked following the talk. Womble
faith, that the Lord is beside us
every minute of every hour, ready
to help us in all things that are
right and good, we find courage
and strength beyond imagining,
to win over evil and despair. How
wonderful is the firm conviction
that we are not alone—that He
is ever with us!
Inflation note: It's not so hard
will be welcome back to Claude to make money these days. It's
should the occasion again arise, making a living that's so difficult.
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Doris Brown, daughter of Mrs.
Annie Brown of Claude and Cliff
Brown of Amarillo, and Donnie
McFarland, son of Mr. and Mr,s.
J. L. McFarland, exchanged wed-
ding vows Thursday. September
4. 1958. in the First Christian
Church of Claude.
The Rev. James Todcl read the
double ring service before an al-
ter decorated with palm leaves,
candelabra and baskets of gladi-
oli. A white kneeling bench cen-
tered the alter area.
Nuptial music was furnished by
Mrs. Sharon McFarland. sister-in-
law of the bridegroom, and Henry
Mrs. Yvonne Cobb, matron of
honor, and Miss Marilyn Mathe-
scn, bridesmaid, wore identical
balerina-length dresses of aqua
taffeta and net with matching
bow headdresses. They carried
bouquets of white carnations.
Ring bearer was Randy Anglen
and Denna Summit was flower
girl. Candle lighters were Larry
Roan of Amarillo and Stanley
Roland Hillock of Friona serv-
ed as best man and groomsman
was Jerry Knierim. Ushering
were Jimmie McFarland, brother
of the bridegroom. David Appling
and Ben Ballard.
The bride, given in marriage
by her brother, Luther Brown,
was attired in a ballerina-length
gown of lace and taffeta and she
carried a white orchid atop a
A reception was held in Fellow-
ship Hall of the church following
the wedding. The serving table
was centered with a bouquet of
gladioli on a blue tafeta and blue
net cloth. Guests were registered
by Mrs. Ronald Byard of Am-
arillo. Assisting with the serving
were Miss Melda Hundley, Mrs.
Bill Brady and Mrs. Sharon Mc-
Mrs. McFarland is a graduate
of Claude High School and her
husband is a sophomore student
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Dorcas Class met Thursday,
September 11th in the hasement
of the First Baptist Church with
Mrs. J. H. Thomas as hostess.
Those enjoying a covered dish
luncheon were Mmes, Myrtle
Hicks, Ada Neely, Rennie Kemp,
Emily Justiss, Florence Hogg,
Emma Hathorn, Zelpha Davis,
Blanton, Mattie Woods, Mae
Dean, Ona Corbin and John Ella
After lunch meeting was called
to order by the president, Mrs.
Zelpha Davis. Mrs. Hicks gave
the devotional , Mrs. Hogg read
the minutes and gave the report.
Next meeting will be October
9th with Mrs. Justiss.
The Rebecca Circle of Woman's
Society of Christian Service",
Claude Methodist Church met
Wednesday morning, September
24 at 9:30 in the home of Mrs.
Mrs. Dorothy Campbell, circle
chairman, presided for the busi-
Joyce Bell led the 3rd session
on the study "Understanding
Other Cultures", giving "How
People Live Together".
Beckie Sorrells gave "The Na-
ture of the Non-Western World".
Mary Ann Swenning showed
some pictures of other countries
Ann Christian closed the group
with a prayer.
Refreshments were served to
Delia Hundley, Joyce Bell, Mary
Ann Swenning, Beckie Sorrells,
Ann Christian, Katheryn Watson,
Leta Goodin, Dorothy Campbell.
The Maiden Club met Friday,
Sept. 26, . at Warner Community
Home for a luncheon. Each one
brought a covered dish. Frances
Reck was hostess.
We were happy to have our
visitors, Gladys January Jewell
Chauveaux, former members and
Enjoying the lunch and visit-
ing were Edith Ballard, Eva
Nlckell, Maxine Weaver, Anna
Bell Hughes, Viola Nfckell, Su-
vania Sanders, Ettie Conrad, Ol-
inda Collins, Delma Reck. Mary
Pafford, feallie and Ruth Smith,
and hostess, Frances Reck. .
Next meeting will be with
Suvania Sanders Friday, Oct. 10,
at 2:00 o'clock.
Wednesday morning, Sept. 17,
1958, at 9:30 a.m., thirteen mem-
bers of the Mary Martha Circle
of the Methodist Woman's Soc-
iety of Christian Service, gathef-
MRS. DONNIE MoFARLAND
at Eastern New Mexico University
in Por.tales, where the couple is
residing at 107 E. 8th Street.
Out of town guests attending
the wedding included Mr. and
Mrs. Temple Lynch of Tucum-
cari, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Penn-
ington of Vernon, Mrs. Geo.
Thompson and Mrs. Carl McFar-
land of Lubbock, Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Anglin and Randy of
Lubbock, Mr. and Mrs. Davis
Summett and daughter, Denna of
Amarillo, Mrs. Leland Pruitt and
daughter, Evelyn of Pomona, Calif
and Mrs. Tommy Overstreet of
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'When throw rugs loose their siz-
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brushed on their backs with a stiff
THIS WEEK'S RECIPE
i cups dried figs
1 cup orange juice
1 cup heavy cream, whipped
Vfe teaspoon vanilla
2 cups day-old cake cubes
Clip stems from figs; cut in
quarters and simmer in orange
juice, stirring occasionally until
juice is absorbed This takes
about 5 minutes. Fold vanilla
into cream, then blend in gent-
ly the figs and cake cubes. Chill
for at least 4 hours before serv-
ing. Spoon into sherbet glasses
or sauce dishes.
brush. Let dry thoroughly before
When plastic drapes become yel-
low wash in a solution of powdered
bleach and soap to whiten them.
Pastry cloths or waxed paper
which you use for rolling dough
will not slip or slide if the table
is dampened before placing on the
Make certain laundry water is
softened so you get the mcst out of
soap and the cleaning action of
your machine. If water is not
softened in the tank, add some
powdered softener to it, using man-
If you have a loose board in the
floor that creaks, take a bar of
soap and fill in the crack between
the boards with it. Renew it until
you can get the floor refinished,
and the squeak will stop.
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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/m1/6/: accessed February 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Richard S. and Leah Morris Memorial Library.