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Canyon Sunday News Newspaper Archives Oct 4 1970, Page 5

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Canyon Sunday News (Newspaper) - October 4, 1970, Canyon, Texas Sunday october 4,1970 the Canyon sunday news one Section Page 5 Alan Ramsey to play next week at scene Alam Ramsey will appear at the changing scene on the was in Campus nightly at 7 30 . Monday through saturday. The new addition to the Coffee House circuit began his career in the chequered Flag in Austin playing the guitar and Harmonica. His natural style and exceptional vocal Range have taken him to both on and off Campus spots in Dallas Denver Austin san Antonio and Houston. Ramsey sings songs on the circuit like a and when i die a a up on cripple Creek a a sunny skies a and a suite Judy Blue chequered Flag manager Segle Fry stated that a i have never seen a Young Man his age with so much Promise both in feeling style musicianship and Ramsey will be on stage at the changing scene until 10 00 . Weekdays and until 11 30 . On the weekend. Admission is 50 cents with i. D., $1.00 without i. And High school students May get in for 75 cents. Coffee set saturday at Etsu an autumn get acquainted Coffee is being held for the wives of new Etsu faculty members on saturday at 10 00 . In room 125 of the activities Center. Plans for the Coffee include a preview of ideas for a faculty wives club and a tour of the recreation Center. Poll attendance Light reported in it class officer Frosh election a a Randy Bloodworth Plainview Sophomore receives the keys to a 1971 Vega from Hazel Williams of Imperial Chevrolet and Robert Atkins. Chevrolet s District manager from Oklahoma City. Bloodworth was selected by an ind Epen Canyon High amp Junior High school monday oct. 5 baked Ham candied yams Green Beans Rolls butter Apple pie milk tuesday oct. 6 Chip of pie Dent firm to be it s College test Driver for a cafeteria menu 90-Day period. Chevrolet pays All car expenses including Gas and Oil. During the test drive. Nationwide 150,000 applicants applied to test drive the 523 cars on selected University campuses. Two Days of voting in the activities Center resulted in the election of class officers ten freshman senators and six Frosh cheerleaders. Upperclassman poll attendance was at a minimum. George Cox scored two votes for graduate senator. He was running unopposed for one of the two seats open. Neal Hughes ran unopposed for the senior presidential seat and tallied 48 votes. Mary Brown edged out Marsha Thaten with the vote 28 to 27 for senior vice presidential honors. Molly Mccrory stacked up 31 votes to win senior class Secretary Over opponent Linda Waldrop who tallied 28 votes. Winning Junior class president was Connie Cope with 38 votes Over Susie Seaney with 26 votes. Pam Garrison was elected vice president of the class Over Suzanne War Ren 36 votes to 25. Bonnie Fronk took secretarial honors with 24 votes Over three other opponents. Also vying for the secretarial Honor was Sherry Washington with 16 votes Betty Noe 13, and Tracy Smith 9. Steve Haynes bested Neta Brannon with 52 of the 93 votes cast for Sophomore class president. Lynda Nelson also received 52 votes to beat out san die Hulen for the vice presidential seat. Miss Hulen received 40 votes. Marisue Brandt took the Edge Over her two opponents with 27 votes. Becky Rahlfs tallied 25 and Carol Golke 24. Paul Koenig was elected freshman class president with 150 votes Over Claude Combs with 85. There was not a bid for the vice presidential seat and Beverly Clifton ran unopposed for fresh Man Secretary. Danise Dorsette led the Field of freshman cheerleader candidates with a score of 144 votes. Others winning the six spirited cheerleader posts were Vickie six with 142 votes Sally Rusten tallying 117, Brenda Brewer with 113 and Shelia Gardenhire and Carolyn Roney with 109 votes each. Eleven freshmen ran for the ten Senate seats and the final seat resulted in a tie. The final seat election is pending Senate action. Elected were Gary Patton 234 Pat Langford 217 Suzan Merit 216 Peggy Doyle 213 Steve Rowan 205 Brian Finch 202 Sally Davis 199 Jane Zinser 197 and Charles Crow 193. James Thomas and John Peter tied for the seat in question with a vote of 186. Since Iene Fine writing instruments t in l4kt g f or Sterling Silver with attractive leather pen purse $12 00 pen or Pencil $24 00 the set special pen or Pencil $9.00 the set $18.00 Buffalo Book store 2318 4th ave. Free customer parking in rear com lettuce tomatoes fruit cup Rolls butter milk wednesday oct. 7 Irish Stew meat potatoes carrots tomatoes co bread crackers cookies milk thursday oct. 8 hamburgers tomatoes lettuce Tater tots buttered buns ice Cream chocolate milk Friday oct. 9 baked Turkey English peas celery Sticks cranberries fruit cup bread butter milk Rex Reeves amp Gene Howe elementary monday oct.5 burritos jellied mexican salad Spanish Rice bread Orange cookies milk tuesday oct. 6 steamed Franks buttered spinach Macaroni amp tomatoes Mustard bread banana pudding milk wednesday oct. 7 Turkey pie june peas celery Sticks hot biscuits Honey butter milk thursday oct. 8 Sloppy Joes Green Beans com chips Apple Crisp buttered buns chocolate milk Friday oct. 9 Salmon croquettes creamed peas amp potatoes beet pickles Catsup fruit bread milk fashion seminar set at it april Lawrence one time new York fashion Model now residing in Canyon will conduct a fashion seminar saturday in the activities Center from 9 30 . Until 3 . Featured on the models program will be fundamentals of modelling everyday walking sitting posture and poise. Coeds who attend the seminar will be filmed with the video tape machine and be Able to View personal flaws by instant replay. After the style show a luncheon and style show will be held. Clothing from the mouse trap and Colbert will be modelled. New make up tips will be Given by Colbert a cosmetic consultant and a hair stylist will demonstrate How to create flattering hair styles for each face shape. The Cost of the event is $2.50 for each coed and is sponsored by the Campus fashion Board. Girl born to Pilleys or. And mrs. Donald r. Lilley announce the birth of a girl Andra Gay bom september 28. Or. And mrs. . Hancock of Happy Are the maternal grandparents and or. And mrs. Raymond Lilley of big Spring Are paternal grandparents. Halloween party supplies including peanuts halloween buttons and halloween cards by hallmark of course g printing amp 5 office Supply Riverside Brand us a Grade a 3�?4 la. rib Center Cuis x Turkey hindquarters la Etc pork .9ov family pack sirloin cuts 7 a pork . I at. 79c prices effective thru wednesday oct. 7, 1970. Limit rights reserved . Choice round Bone cuts Swiss Steak. . Choice Center cuts roast. Meadowdale sliced assorted ,79$ ,69$ Meadowdale sliced assorted of a lunch pkg a a a Booth cooked mfg Perch . 07c59c Booth cooked fish cakes a Hereford heaven a a i Quick cooking a Quick i i steaks i beef or Chicken Fry is of pkg. 89 4 country style lean spare excellent for Quick meals aft pork . 07c Meadowdale # it sliced Bacon Meadowdale a -7 sliced i Thrift savings tsp Coffee grinds a a a it can Koziet 79 Thrift savings Camelot a a a a 16-oz.b cans i Thrif t savings pineapple i Del Monte my j crushed a a it i sliced or chunk ii5/4-oz. Can shh Camelot whole 16-oz. Can Sweet to potato to tender Garden Camelot spinach t 16-oz. Cans 143 Cam lot pure Apple sauce. A a 33c Ideal pure Apple butter. A a a 33c Jiffy All flavors cake mixes 3>o?� 39c Camelot Pinto Beans pkg. 35c Wagner All flavors breakfast drinks 32-oz. Btl. 4�?T1 8-oz. Can rudder Brand Oyster pieces thin or Long Skinner s Spaghetti 19c 28 Bunny pop yellow or White popcorn.�27c Sunshine Cereal 10-oz. Box shredded wheat it Meadowdale enriched flour 5-lb. Bag 33 it Chun King Frozen egg Rolls 6-oz. Pkg. 69 4 King or Reg. A Btl. Pm a Deposit 44 coca cola Little Brownii _ Vanilla wafers.1.�� 25c Camelot assorted Gelatin salads pint ctn. 39 4 fresh Dairy at Low Thrif t prices i Mil a crust Sweet or Buttermilk biscuits.3 cans 23c Grade quot a quot medium eggs Doz. 44$ Thrif t savings 71 Thrift priced Large eggs Grade m 48 dozen a a a a a Colorado extra fancy red Ocious apples lbs too Box 5.29 5 Missouri fancy Jonathan Camelot quart Btl. Apples h 6, 59 i Orange Juke .39

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