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BLAKE shows his string of bass caught at Green- He won the Clarendon College Fishing Contest. on this string weighs 7 lb. 10 ounces, to win .=st. ie Johnson's Hadley of the Cowbelles Program for Thurs- meetings of Hedley The meeting will be- Steaks will be serv- Mrs. Roy Jewell of Hedley visitors and Friday. Simmons is visiting Grady Arnold Eva Fisher in Reeves visited in Thursday and Fri- iss Mel- Mrs. Harry who is lland Park Hospital Mrs. Rollie Brumley who is there Iter Pierce is back visiting relatives She made the trip Porter Piece, and Worth and her Fred Carter of Simmons Lewellyn; rs. John Adamson, Ooker of California, Homer Simmons of i sister, Lois, and the passed away Calif., May 4 of . Memor- Were conducted May was served at meeting of Hedley Legion. The aembership of 83 is short of their quota. Post in the county yCoun- members. Clifford Fred Stafford, Hed- rs of the board, attend- Board of Di- in Crowell last of Ft. Carson, at home most of e is being transfer- rt Sill, Okla., much [red Clendeunan and made a trip to last weekend. Club will cele- anniversary with uet Thursday gSweet- give the prograni. Ls glad Paul ir is y of re recent visitors in Mrs. Obe Holland. Clifford John- )toClar- last week. Stone spent the marillo visiting re- of Future was May 3. 4 and the I[edley Beckie McPher- Skaggs. They by Mrs. 1an, their advisor. Saturday night a very impressive a w,mderful time of Pampa visit( Miss Kelly Woodard spent Easter holiday in Panhandle visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Wood- ard. New street flags have been ordered. The date set to fly all the flags downtown is Mon- day, May 28, Memorial Day. Sam Sanders and Clifford Johnson were in Clarendon on business last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bag- gett and Mrs. TommyBainat- tended memorial services for Vernon Ford in Amarillo May 1. Mrs. Royce Hall of Clar- endon was aHedley visitor last Sunday. Among those she visited were Mrs. Eva Hill, Mrs. Myrtle Kirkpatrick and Mrs. J. B. Pickett. Visiting Mrs. Lucy Bishop, and Mrs. Lelia Moffit last Sunday was Mrs., Alice Lacy of Quanah. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stewart took his mother Mrs. B. N. Stewart of Amarillo last week for medical care. Pople in Hedley were busy in yards and gardens last week. Despite wintery weath- er in April and part of May the grass, some beautiful flowers and gardens are mak- ing things look like spring. The showers have really help- ed. The annual parent and son banquet of the Hedley FFA Chapter was held Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Hedley High School cafeteria. It was well attended and enjoyed byall. Doyle Mes- ser is the chapter's advisor. Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Wade and Mrs. Clyde Hoggard at- tended Clarendon College graduation ceremonies last Friday evening. Mary Wade of Panhandle, a granddaughter of the Wades, held top honors. Mrs. TerrySimpson and son, Jody, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sanders. Bobby Hoggard was recently elected Sentinel of the FFA Chapter at TarletonState Col- lege in Stephenville. Hedley High School Junior- Senior Banquet .will be held this Friday night at Hedley Lions Club Den. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boat- right attended the dedication of Cal Farley Chapel at Boys Ranch Sunday. They were House guests of Dr. and Mrs. Colliett. The WSCS of Hedley Uniteu Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. Betty Williams last Monday. The ladies be- gan Bible study of the Book of P roverbs. Johnny Parker of Wellington, a former Hedley resident, un- derwent major surgery at St. Anthonys Hospital inAmarillo last Monday. His sister, Mrs. Sam Sanders of Hedley, was there with him. A niece of Mrs. J. M. Baker visited the Bakers Sunday en- route to her home in Dallas. She had been visiting her fa- ther and Mrs.Baker'sbroth- er, Curtis Wiley in Pampa. Mr. Curtis has been quite ill. Fish Contest winners told The fishing contest sponsored by the Sportsmen Club at Clar- endon College and the Little Emporium at Greenbelt Lake came to an end on May 5. Clarence Hamilton, sponsor of the Sportsmen Club at CC, has announced the winners as fol- lows: Open Division: Bass--David Blake, 7 pounds 4 ounces Pike--No entry Catfish--A1 BoRon, 6 pounds 10 ounces Panfish--No entry Sportsmen Club Division: Student Chris H and captured the Bass contest with a 2 pound 2 ounce entry. In the Pike class, there was no entry. Stu- dent Gary Messer captured the catfish crown with 2 pounds and 1 ounce. Seth Ralton, also a student at CC, took the pan fish trophy with a weight of 10 ounces. Hamilton also announced that a new fishing contest began at Greenbelt Lake on May 6, and will end July 6 at 5p.m. There will be an Open Division and a Sportsmen Club Division with a registration fee of $1 with three trophies given in this meet---one for the largestpike, one for the largest catfish, and one for the largest bass. Everyone is invited to enter this contest by registering at the Little Emporium, Syd Blue's and all weights must be tallied at the Little Emporium. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Kin- slow of San Antonio visited the Frank Murrays last week. We are glad to have Mr. and Mrs. Dee Riley back at home in Hedley after spending the Winter in Arlinon. The Singing Sweethearts won 'irst place at a talent show sponsored by the Estelline High School Pep Squad at Estelline last Friday night. They also won a first place at Lakeview Talent show recent- ly. They are sponsoredbyMr. and Mrs. Don Springer. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reid and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Pierce are Mrs. Jo Perry of Talco, Mrs. Robert Kelso of Galveston and Mrs. Arlene Trussell of Texas City. The Senior Class of Hedley High School left for their trip last Tuesday. They visited Colorado Springs, Denver, and other points of interest. Class sponsors are Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Messer. Room mothers are Betty Morgan and Lola Faye Naylor. Seniors making the trip were Linda Lindsey, Rhonda Morgan, Amy Lind- sey, Tanya White, Barbara Tindale, Betty Painter, Dor- othy Wilson, David BoRn and Tex Naylor. They reported a very enjoyable trip, but did see a bit of snow. Mrs. Sam Younger's week- end visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Drum and chil- dren, Terry Drum of Lub- bock, PFC Billy Drum and Sgt Ronald Britton of Fort Carson, Colo. Johnny Hill graduated from Clarendon College last Friday night. Those attending from Hedley included his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Hill, Jr., his wife Gale and little daugh- ter and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Buford Holland. They al- so attended the reception after the graduation excercises. Mr. and Mrs. Graham Brin- son and Mrs. Edythe Bain visited Mrs. Vera Deweese in Amarillo Sunday. Mrs. Gertrude O'Bannon of Wichita Falls passed awa[ in Wichita Falls on May 1. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeCoursey of Giles and a cousin of Sam and Otis Owens of Hedley. The Baccalaureate services for the Hedley High School graduates will be held at the First Baptist Church of Hed- ley this Sunday evening 13th at 7 p,m. Mrs. Katherine Pigg of Clar- endon brought the message for the morning service of Hedley United Methodist Church last Sunday. Theme of her sermon was "We Are Committed To Something." Special music was a duet by Mrs. Fred Watt and Mrs. Fred Staf- ford with Miss Cliftie Holland at the piano. Mrs. Pigg will fill the pulpit at this church for their morning service throughout the month of May. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Steele and little daughter, Toni, of Memphis spent Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. Louie Bgo;e White is in Hall Coun- ty Hospital in Memphis. The Clarendon Press, May 10, Page 9 $ IN(00S .iiii! >i:;i i:' 4i:,i;,i :.:: i:i:!ii,!,i::,: 250 mgm yi_.t_ami_ C 'OOTablets 59 16 OZ Liquid ArosaJ Similac Ready to Feed Bab Milk uar,can, 63 Spray Paint 69 By Comette on Hose 12 OZ opan Suspension 95 By Comette Panty Hose 59 Jergen Lotion Mild Bathsize Soap 1OCperbar 10ar'88 Soap Dish 3,, 27 39 $1.50 Bulova Jewelry 99 10 Childrens Rings 5 Box o! 6 Vot, ve Candles 25 Revlon 59 Hairspray 13 OZ Woodbury Lot, on 16oz 49 " I Rexall Ultra Care 99 Lotion 16 OZ i i 30 Capsules B'ubnbling Bath Beads 49 Myadec $1.00 ..... 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