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January 25, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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January 25, 1973

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The Clarendon Press, Januar) 25, Page 5 TIME TO GET BEFORE THEY'RE Northwest Conference mired Methodist C hutch, Doits of Pampa, fill- of the Hadley Un- Church for last 11 a.m. service. was made Billy Wilson that he leaving the Hadley epted the pas- :of the Harrah Church We are losing a and a wonderful family. Hedley, s gain. hour and din- noon in the fellow- vas enjoyed. Parrish meet- Called and conducted Doffs and committee. consists of J. S. Hinds, Alfred Earl Wheatley and Jackson and son Matt visited Mrs. Ma- Sunday. James is of Mrs. Bridges. Reiken of Fort Car. ratio, spent the Week. was coming into the Paymaster Gin in big amounts this week, as the weather away to let the farmers get some of their crops out of the fields. Cotton trailers this one covered the gin lot all through the week. (Press Photo) hedley District Suprintendemo teams. This was not a confer- pital last Saturday. On the way ence game. Shamrock is a dou- ble AA school. Our new Deputy Sheriff Lon Harmon and Mrs. Harmon mov- ed to their home. in Hadley last Thursday. The Harmons pur- chased the Gary Alexander home in the east part of Had- ley. We are glad to see Mrs. Jessie Adamson back home from a long visit in Arkansas. The Hadley Fire Department officers were all re-elected at last weeks meeting. They are Clinton Pierce, Chief, William Mullins, Assistant Chief and Harold White, Secretary. Renee White of the Hadley High School girls basketball team made player of the week last week. Her best efforts so far were 34 points against Lake- view January llth and 36 points against Quail January 12th. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller were in Amarillo last Friday. Mrs. J. B. Pickett's Satur- day visitors were Ms. Wanda Pickett and daughter Beth of Amarillo. -. ;  back they visited with Johnny and Hazel Hill in Frltch also other friends in Pampa. Saturday night the Hadley boys and girls basketball teams defeated the teams from Sam- norwood High School here. This was a postponed conference game. A meeting was held in the Had- ley Lions Club Hall last Monday night at 7 p.m. to explain the New 1973 farm program. Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Naylor, their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Frye and Tara of Am- arillo, and Captain and Mrs. Bill Buffer of Huntsville, Ala- bama. The Butlers andthe Fry- es were friends while station- ed in Germany. Mrs. Elva Davis and Mrs. Jewell Qutsenberry spent last Sunday visiting in Amarillo. Mrs. Qulsenberry's brother- in-law, Charles Wilson, is in the hospital there. The next home games of the Hadley High School boys mefolks. Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Terry and girls are with Quail High visited a Matador ]st FidaY... schclh)e Tnesday night Jan- Who "    "   .... " '  ree y ted his othl Lo  Jlese will be cruc- surgery at High Terry and an uncle nd aunt Mr. ial conference games. The Hed- spiral in Amarillo on the road to family, the anders wer-and Mrs. e weeKencl visitors. James Ed- Perry Ports havecal. fat stock show there and Mrs. Jimmy Glle- edley from Mr. Giles-Pie Will at the Donley Coun. Lot S. to Hadley. W.S.C.S. of the Hedley Methodist Church. met home of Mrs. Ray MOnday. The Study of Romans was start. s. Royce Williams gave POstponed meeting of icy Lions Club Will be s Thursday night at ;s Springer has charge Dlckson spent the With Mr. and Mrs. Joe and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson in Amarillo. are Mollie,s daugh. J. D. Ray and Mrs. Hartwell visited Mrs. s grandson, Shaun is very ill in the of the Hadley boys in the fat stock  Amarillo last week but not have the details. night of last week boys and girls both ir basketball games High School at These were confer. Mrs. Lynn Cherry of '.k were Sitor s last Wednesday. Care has been com- 'edecorated since the Mollie Dickson in- to come in an see is. Mrs. Ben Blackwell visited Mrs. J. B. Wednesday. Reeves visited U. J. Boston in Week. Willie Bridges re- a three days visit Wednesday of last night of last week lghSchool girls and teams took two the Shamrock and Mrs. Stephens. Mrs. Alice Lacy of Q uanah visited Mrs. Lucy Bi'shop last Saturday. Royce Logan passed away at Mission, Texas, last Friday. He was a son-in-law o Jess Man of Hedley. Memorial serv- ices were held in Woodburn, Oregon Tuesday morning. Rev. and Mrs. Billy Wilson, son Jack and daughters Giner and Angela visited the Hadley Patients in the Amarillo Hos- lay teams play Samnorwood there Friday of this week. Put. Troy Wilson and Put. Dennis Madero of Fort Car- son, Colorado were Hadley weekend visitors. The year-end statement of the Security State Bank of Hadley showed a record high. HOUSEHOLD HINTS: Cook a carrot with all roasts and stews to improve flavor. Barrow show Continued from Page 1 DUROC, 1. James Thomas, 2.Wayne Hardin, 3. Eddy Eads 4. Davis. Champion Duroc, James Thomas, Reserve Champion, Wayne Hardin. HEAVY POLAND, I. Gary Jack, 2. David Lewis, 3. Kenneth Odom, 4. Russell Keown, 5. Clint Robinson, 6. Don Hillls. Light Polahd, l.DonniePutman, 2.Danny Holland, 3. Bobby Kidd, 4. Dolmie Putman, 5. Scott Hamilton, 6. David Owens, 7. Terry Hopkins. Champion Poland, Donnie Putman; Reserve Champion, Gary Jack. HEAVY SPOT. 1. Clint Robinson, 2. Ray Fichte, 3. Lynn Floyd, 4. Gary Jack, 5. Flint Barker, 6. Ray Fichte. Middle Spot, 1. Willie Smith, 2. Russell Keown, 3. Wayne Hardin, 4. Danny Holland, 5. Rickey Woody, 6. Eddy Vinson, 7. John Clifford, 8. James Ellis. Light Spot, 1. Gary Jack, 2. Richard Leathers, 3. Buzzy Maxey, 4 Jimmy Reece, 5. Rusty Williams, 6. Tommy Hill, 7. Ray Fichte, 8. Farrell McAfee. Champion Spot, Clint Robinson; Reserve ChamPion, Gary Jack. HEAVY YORKSHIRE, I. Wayne Hardin, 2. David Lewis, 3. Ricky Mooring, 4. Dewey Myers, 5. Gary David, 6. Eddy Eads. Light Yorkshire, I. Rusty Williams, 2. Scott Hamilton, 3. Rusty Williams. Champion Yorkshire, Wayne Hardin; Reserve Champion, David Lewis. 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