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, hedley n,, one who wishes to contri- Ie to the fund for a new score of ylUz.d clock at The tledlev ttigh wn I .ool gym may leave their ts recitation at Tile Security State Clar eink. The will see tidal you )ut 91proper credit. mat Kh e Hedley High School bas- ing bY,hal I bovswon their gamewith Ldyingmrock" there last Friday ht by a good margin, The ts retl 1% rls also won, .ir, oss bpringer, Maureen Do L Braaty and Sharon Stafford have riting&apos;e program for this Thurs- is novcjy Night's meeting of the s the dley Lions Club. Meeting ..e is 7 p,m. beenhe Bob Staffords of Crow. T. y,}. visited the Jack and Fred n admlfford families during the New mday,;r,s holiday% ['he gN .Mrs. ttazel Land South, of wton, Okla. has been visit- fllege,)g her sister G Vaxe and Mfl. seme I and " " Jeanir  " t 7 Po+Zesdames Myrtle Kirkpafriek )ratilgrtrude Boatri.h . , .' "'.- auu 121sle Ro,Saw visited the sick inthettall hn Nunty IIospital in -Memphis !turdav of last week. Local the ks there are MauriceMvers, ;hed ss. Jackie tanson, Mrs. Ed krton and Mrs. Fannie Rev- .lds. All are doing well and havelme are expected lindaek. home this  Mr. and Mrs. j. S. Hinds re holiday visitors in Abi- ne so+ e* i Little Miss Connie L. Owens ;nee ogrd'lar.l :' spent last weekin i f - ' iting her grandpa.r; theists, Mr. and Mrs. W, v,. endennan and Mr and Mrs ehea i' " ' " Sam Ov:ens and other IIedle ) relat p,'es. Jake Williams in the tIigh Plains IIospital in Amari;lo is reported @,ing fine and hopes to be coming home so-n. The first confers.nee gamesof the 1973 basketball season with Samnorwood here last night were called offonaecount of bad weather. They will be pla3ed here, at a later date. Mrs. Ga;le Pyatt and daugh- ter, Mar)Marger,,t, of Am- arillo visited their mother and grandmother, Jackie Ransm, in the Hall County ttospital in Memphis last week. Miss Millie Land is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cason and Mr, and Mrs. Roseo Land in Wellington. Mr. and Mrs, Sam Owens spent the New Year holiday visiting their children in Amarillo. Miss Janet Adams was here for the holidays visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams, Mr. and Mrs. t{oy Jeweli's company Thursda? of last week were Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes of Ardmore, Oklahoma. Mrs. Merlene WaddelI Young- blood of San Francisco, Call- fornia, visited her father, John Merle Waddell and Mrs. Wad- dell this week. Mrs, Don Altman of Lelia L ake visited ttedley friend s last Saturday. Visiting in the home of Mr, and Mrs, L, F.. Bogue last Thmsday were Miss Darline Jouett and Miss Judy Wynn of Memphis, Mrs. J. J. Terry and grand- son, Terry Collins, took the grandchildren James, Barbara, and Beverely Williams and Mrs. Dianne Gilbert and bab) to Clovis N.M. Thursda) of last week. The? had been spending the holida)s here with the Ter- rys, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clen- denn-n and Mrs, Essie Craw- ford went to Longviex last Sun- day. Mrs. Crawfm'd's sister, Mrs. Mar EllaBankswholives there, is seriously ill. Supt. of Schools Garland Freeman made a trip to Tulsa Oklahoma, Friday of last week. tie t)rought back a new score board clock. It will be ready for all of the Itedley basketball teams home games. Mrs, ttazel ttill of Fritch has been visiting in ttedle) and looking after her son, Maurice Myers, in the Hall County Hosp- ital in Memphis, Mauriee should be home soon. He walked last Saturday. The W.S.C.S. of The ttedley United Methodist Church met January 1st, with Mrs. J. S. ttinds. The study of Africa was complete with Mrs. tIinds giv- ing the Missionar? work of Stephen Carr. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Jake Wit!iams, Ray Altman, Itar- ry Boatright, Clifford John- son and the hostesses. Mrs. Boatright read a New Year's prayer from the Jan- uary Guide Post. Virgil McPherson and Clif- ford Johnson attended the meet- ing of the Board of Directors of the Greenbelt Water Autho- rity in Childress Thursday of last week. This weekend Mr. and Mrs. Windol Spier, Miss Kathy Spi- er and Mr. and Mrs. Don Blands, all of I.'t. Worth, brought Mrs. Ruby Blanks to tledley, She had been spending several weeks with them. She will spend some time here with her danghter, Merlene Sargents, and with her grandchildren and great- grandchildren, the ttarold Whites. Tile annual New Year's watch part? and dimmr for the four Adamson boys and their fam- ilies was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. O. (()be) Adam- son in Lubbock. Bob Adam- son was there from Lubtmk, Mr, and Mrs. John Adamson of Turkey and Mr. and Mrs. An- sil Adamson of tledle?. A won- derful time as alwa)s was re- ported. Calling in the after- noon were Mr. and Mrs. Ross Adamson of Ropesville and Mr. and Mrs. Mac MeFarland of L ubboc k. Jerr5 Finchum of Amarillo was a ttedh.y visitor last week. Johnny Ra? Re nolds of the U. S. Navy has returned to his base in San Dieg% California, after a Christmas h.ave in Itedle). His flight back was dela5 ed some what by the snow. Glendol and I.ynn Ilolland in the Northwest Texas tIospital in Amarillo are reported still inl- proving. Nearly all the Basketball games of both the tledle> ttigll School boys and girls from now on will be conference games. Attend all the games you can. The teams needs your support This Poem is a real disgrace It's only here to fill up space, It's short and rather solemn But does fill up this colunm. Jack Moreman who teaches agronomy at TCU, Vt. Worth, and his aunt, .Mrs. M?rtella Deahl oftledley, isitedinClar- endon Wednesda? evming. 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