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January 18, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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The Clarendon Press, January 18, Page 4 ..... Iledley .... The Hedley boys and girls basketball teams won both of their games from Lakeview High School here last Thurs- day night. These were the first conference games. Last Thursday night's meet- ing of the Hedley Lions Club was postponed on account of the weather. It will be held Thurs- day night of next week January 25th at V p.m. Ross Springer, Sharon Stafford and Maureen Doherty will give the program. Mr. and Mrs. W. W Farris visited their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Don Young and family in Wichita Falls the past week- end. Friday night of last week the Hedley High School girls and boys won their games from the Quail High School teams at Quail. These were also con- ference games. Malcolm Glass of Memphis was a Hedley visitor lastSatur- day. Mrs. Loule Long, s company were grandchildren, Mr and Mrs. Phillip Cobb of Dumas. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter of Panhandle have been visit- ing Mrs Walter Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Owens attended funeral services at Plainview for Lee Smith. Mr. Smith was a former Hedley resident and a cousin of the Owens boys. Mrs. Floyd Hayes is visit- ing her son and family this week in Dallas. Henry Nivens is in the Hall County Hespital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs, John Hedges and children were visitors in the John Tare home last week. They were enroute from Flat= ida to Albuquerque, New Mex- ico. The Hedges are grandchil- dren of the Tates. Mr. and Mrs. Weaver of Silverton spent last Friday in Hedley visiting Fred and Sharon Stafford and the chil- dren. They are Sharon's par- ents. Johnny Ray Reynolds has re- turned to the US. Navy Base in San Diego, California. His re= turn was delayed by the wea- ther. Mrs. Jackie Ranson is at home aRer undergoing sur- gery in the Hall County Hos- pital in Memphis. We hope to her back on the Job in the dley West Texas Utilities Office soon. Allen Estlack of Clarendon has been keeping the WestTex- as Utilities office in Hedley open during Mrs. Jackie Ran- son's absence. Mrs. Ed Morton has been dismissed from the Hall Coun- ty Hospital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Welch are new Hedley residents.They have moved into the Kenneth Taylor home. Mr. Welchisem- played at the Donley County Feed lots. Mrs. Cilea Lamberson has gone to Amarillo to stay a few days with her granddaugh- ter, Mrs. John Wayne Lamber- son, who recently underwent surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Solo- mon of Fritch and children vis- ited her parents, Mr and Mrs. Joe Wood, over the weekend. Miss Danna Tarver has re- turned to college after spend- ing the holidays with her par- ents, Mr and Mrs. Don Tar- ver, on the Wilson Ranch Last week's meeting of the Hedley American Legion Post was cancelled by bad weather. The next regular meeting of the post will be Tuesday, Feb- ruary 13th. Glendol Holland is back at home in Hedley after being dismissed from the Northwest Texas Hospital in Amarillo. However his brother, Lynn Hol- land, remains in the hospital after undergoing surgery. His condition is reported as criti- cal. Mrs. Ed Morton and son, Forest, returned home Sun- day from a visit in Amarillo. Mrs. Hazel Hill has return- ed to her home in Fritch. Mau- rice Myers returned home with her. Maurice hopes to be able to go back to work at Green- belt Lake this week. Shane Rieken has returned to Fort Carson near Colorado Springs, Colo., aRer an ex- tended leave with home folks in Hedley. His leave was ex- tended on account of the wea- ther. The Hedley boys and girls basketball teams will play their postponed games with Samnor- wood High School here this Saturday night. These are con- ference games. Richard A. Shaw has ac- cepted a position as teach- er in Clarendon Junior Col- lege. We imagine R.A., Mil- dred and Randy will be happy as well as the rest of us will be happy to have them nearby. Richard will be filling the place of Kenneth Walter and will teach agriculture sciences. Funeral services were con- ducted in Murphy Funeral Cha- pel Thursday of last week for Rollie Brumley 77, a resident of Donley County since 1898. Locals attending the services included Hobart Moffltt, Mes- dames Or0ie Simmons, Willie Johnson and Dannie Bernardine and Miss Myrtle Reeves. Mrs. Junior (Martha Nell) Hill has returned from the State of Washington where she has been helping take care of the new grandson A fire at the Doyle Mes- ser family did a lot of dam- age to the electric pump house. Rev. Billy Wilson installed the members of the administra- tive board of the Hedley Uni- ted Methodist Church in a spe- cial service Sunday morning, Jan. 14. This Board will serve for the year 1973, and are urg- ed to be present at all meet- ings which will be 1st Sunday evening of each month. Mr and Mrs J, C Upton and children of Amarillo spent the weekend with the Roy Mc- Kees. Mr. and Mrs. J,M. Baker are visiting their son and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bak- er at Sunray. O. B. Rampy is doing nicely after undergoing surgery at High Plains Hospital in Amar- i11o Mr. and Mrs. Hoover Har- rison of Amarillo visited Mrs. Hoover's parents Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Wall. Mrs. E. R. Parkhill is home from the hospital and is report- ed doing good. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hill are now living in Hedley. Bill is attending school at Clarendon College He filled the pulpit at Hedley First Church forSunday morning service Sunday Home for the weekend from college were Miss Cathy Duke, Boo Carrol and Angela Messer. Johnny Haggett held Sunday services at the Clarendon First Baptist Church. Andy Wheatly spent the week- end with Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Taylor. To improve flavor of frozen and canned vegetables use a dash of "nutmeg". Mr. and Mrs. Terry Simpson of Amarillo visited the Sam Sanders family last weekend. Myrtle Kirkpatrick, Mabel Bridges and Willie Johnson vis- ited in Amarillo Monday and Tuesday of this week. Sheriff and Mrs. Frank Lin- sey moved to Clarendon this last weekend. They will be missed. The children who are in school will remain in Hedley until this school term is over. Hedley's new deputy sheriff is Lon Harmon formerly of Howardwick. He is a member of the Lions Club and a good civic worker. We extend a hearty Hedley welcome to them. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon live in the east part of Hedley. Mrs. Charley McQuire and children of Amarillo spent last weekend with the Sam Sanders family. Clarendon pair going to Air Force Seattle Llndley and Gary Childs, two Clarendon yovag men, left this week for basic training in the US. Air Force. Both have been Clarendon Col- lege students. Chllds will return in March after basic training, and willbe married to Linda Vaughan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Vaughan, at that time. Goodniter sleep set by Morning Glory! $85 ' LIMITED TIME ONLYset Comfortebly firm body support . Long-lasting oven-tempered steel coils Beautifully quilted on both sides The kind of back support doctors recommend Postur-Firm * Vile-Lift oven-tempered steel spring unit guarantees firm and comfortable support for years The exclusive Dual Edge support system gives you extra firm sleeping comfort and support all the way to the edge Coirtex posture pad insures against noise and totally resists moisture and mildew Double-cushioning with patented Layer-Bill cotton felt and foam give maximum durability Beautiful quilted-to-foam cover for added luxury You, choice of Gently Firm or Super Firm. also Postur-Firm available in queen and Still Only king.. '89.95 Guaranteed for twenty years a piece, twin or full TWO WORKERS from the State of Texas Highway Department were caught by the camera Tuesday as they repaired some of the weather-torn highway through Clarendon. The ice and snow caused the highways to buckle up and crack, and the highway department worked this week to fix the roads. (Press Photo by Will Lowe) WORXERS were making progress Tuesday on construc- tion of the new auditorium of the Calvary Baptist Churhh. The bad winter weather hampered construction, but it was in full swing this week. (Press Photo by Will Lowe) Vocational classes set Schedule for skill training classes sponsored jointly by Texas Panhandle Community Action Corporation and TSTI are being held in local educ- ational facilities and agencies are being announced by Mrs. Edna O sburn. Monday: 7:00 p.m. Beginning typing classes at the high school. Typing 123 at Clarendon Col- lege in room 202. Tuesday: 7 p.m. Bookkeeping at Clarendon Col- lege room 203. Thursday: 7 p.m. Livestock & ranch opera- tions at the AG building of High School. Electronics at Roddy's Plumb= ing & Electric. Friday: 7 p.m. Service station attendant or- ientation at Roddy's Electric & Plumbing at various cooperat- ing service stations. Welding at Clarendon Manu- facturing Distributor Company. Tailoring & Alterations at the high school home economics de- partment. For quality printing, call The Clarendon Press .get ,4,00t 9, Around town Football: that eight-letter word which strikes terror hearts of millions of wives annually has finally subside. Yes ladies, for at least six months you'll your husbands back for the weekend. Instead of math aweing him, Sonny Jergeson dazzling him and Blanda making him wish he were I0 years younger, be up to you to fill the emptinessl Oh fun, oh joy, you say? If you're thinking of six of rejuvenated companionship think again. everywhere! True to form football has passed for However, evil lurks everywhere! Dreaded words basketball, hockey and golf will begin to enter your vocabulary. Names such as "Wilt the Stilt, Bobby "Super Mex" will become more pronounced than the dren's or yours!!l This is the age ofwomensliberation. Fight backl at his own gameI Splurge on your soap operas! your number one grade a"flop" for sup that favbrte desert after he falls asleep in front of tube. Remember those close friends who've moved country? Call theml You've got "so much" to get up ant!! Or, if you're not the revolting type, just unplug the vision at the "crucial" point. For example: right at the Pete Maravich shoots a could-be tie breaking the Professional basketball championship! Now, get attention! Although after that you might not think ball was so badH i Isn't it nice to take a mid-day coffee break? Just stay you are doing. Get back and relax for a few minutes and reflect on the day's events and future Tunnell Pharmacy has for many years provided a merchants and shoppers alike to spend their " catch - up" time. How nice itisto know that if been long or expected to be longer you can al",ays a few minute's peace at the "corner drugstorel" Now that's really a community service! Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McMurtry of Rockport have spending this week with his sister and her family, Mr' Mrs. Ray Palmer as well as friends and former net Frank and Charles Phelan returned to thezr second se of college. Frank, a senior at West Texas campus Wednesday of this week and Charles Denton where he is a sophomore student "Thursday. Mrs. Bill Montgomery left last week for a tour of Mrs.W.J. Lewis Jr. is presently spending two weeks her sister and son, Mrs.BobBostonandJinx of Cuerne Mexico. The H. N. Prices are redoing the former lake Laml) home so that they can move back to Clarendon. While new decorating is underway, Mr. and Mrs. Price are muting from Memphis. i Mr. and Mrs. WillardSkelton spent last weekend with daughter and family of Ft. Worth, Mr. and Mrs Gene 0 Mrs. James McA near traveled to Denton to spend the v end with her daughter and family and new baby, the Mike Dinner guests of Ronnie and two little daughte Melinda McAnear on Sunday and Tanya. After the " were Bobby and Betty Bost_.ll&.maeal eve,2ne enjoyed Becky and Barry Hudson; Jim- per Bowl game my Roberts; Dennis Stewart; Miami Dolphins andWaS Paul and Linda Kay Bell and Redskins. Cattle from all across the nation are being fed at The Oonley County Feed Lots So,why not feed YOUR cattle here? Our Chmate is milder than that in the upper Panhandle, and our care is the best. Competitive Prices on Feed, Care of Your Cattle Goodman Furniture THE DONLEY COUNTY FEED LOTS, INC. Clarendon, Texas Hedley,Texas Phone 856-2221