Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 69, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 2, 1958 Page: 9 of 16
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tHB CLATJDE NEWft
CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAi, THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1958.
BY LYN CONNELLY
SAN ANTONIO mother; and
father recently Became night-
club bonifaces for a strange rea-
son: they like to keep an eye on
their teenage children ... It all
started when Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A.
Perry, who encouraged their chil-
dren to bring friends to the house,
^discovered that their home just
"wasn't large enough to hold a per-
petual hrong of lively youngsters
As a solution for the prob-
lem they opened a teen canteen
in an empty store building.
Here the kids dance up a storm
to the juke box with the local dee-
jays making occasional appear-
H«w hwm CU<MU GMA $tk*l
Wc have been bringing our rock
collections to school. We have a
In baseball we have our teams
organized. The boys are the Tig-
ers and the girls. The Little
Marcs. We play every afternoctti
with some eggs.
Our rabbit died over the week
end. We think he might have
eaten some berries to -make him
We are studying about Iceland
now and are working on our
stories for our groups.
We are planning to make pup-
pets for our stories in reading.
We want to thank Mrs. Crown-
over for being oar teacher while
Mrs. Chauveaux was gone Thurs-
day and Friday.
• Elmer Robison of Albuquerque,
N M, who recently suffered a
stroka, is now showing slight im-
provement. Reports reach Claude
ate hearing from old friends. His
address is Sunrise Nursing Home,
1209 Lopez SW, Al-uquerque.
GOOD NEWS for older man.
Real opportunity for a profitable
Rawleigh business in Gray Co.
See Mrs. J. D. Hamrick, 2415
Buchanan, Amarillo or write
Rawleigh's, Dept. TXJ-1B0-BLK,
Memphis, Tenn. 8p
« FOR RENT: Three room fur-
nished apartment, private bath,
bills paid.—C. G. Dye. 5tfc
Accidents of all types tnke the
lives of nearly five males for
Kind words can never die, but
without kind deeds they can
Charles brought some r«d ants that he would certainly attract- sound mighty sick.
The More Folks Yon Tell
The More Goods Yon Sell
ances for record hops ,
mosphere is that of a nightclub,
with both the lights and the drinks
soft . . . The canteen is open four
nights per week, 6:00 to 9:00
o'clock on school nights and 6:00
to midnight on Friday and Satur-
day . . . The Perrys act as chaper-
ones at all time . . . Nice if you
can do it.
Tulane university has received
a 575,000 grant from the Ford
Foundation for a five-year jasi
project . . . Actrcss Dorolhv Ma-
lone has decidcd to take to the
record plunge . . . Everybody's
fretting Into the act . . . And,
Incidentally, whatever happened
to Tab Hunter? Steve Allen, now
vacationing in Europe, has turned
night club entertainer, about the
only medium the talented writer-
comedian hadn't tried yet.
The tune "Rock Around the
Clock" has been put into the sound-
track of a motion picture for the
13th time . . . One of the first
tunes to establish the rock n roll
trend, "Rock" will now be beard
in "Reluctant Debu! i-.'c"
date more than 1U0 it.v.. ;s
hj"o been made of th" tunc
> -. 2 1 lat'C'tages . \V> ^ '<>ve
to bear the r cKin' words it' i
loreisn language . The trans-
lation must have b:en somct'ii'
WINNING FORM . . . Shapely
Darlene P'.yp, Hiss Palm
Spring, <f 19~8, vru might ?ay
was j-i t !n;r iround on
this Calif, golf course.
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Claude Pharmacy First National Bank
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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/m1/9/: accessed December 14, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Richard S. and Leah Morris Memorial Library.