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Schools eighth grade graduation will be held night, May 17. Valedictorian of the class is and salutatorian is Kay Skaggs. Other mem- class are Rickey and Nicki Bolin, Paula Clen- Michael Drum, Kathy Hamilton, Bobby Lindsey, Lowe, Donna Rieken, Randy Shaw, Guy Stearns, Laura Wheatly and Hank and Jim Wurst. (Fat) Bairfield of Clarendon was a Hedley visi- N. W. Jeffers attended Memorial Services at ast Thursday for Mrs. Gussie Davis, a niece of 1919 Study Club was called for a special meeting of the president, Mrs. J. S. Hinds, last Tues- se of the meeting was to set a date for the field Town. The trip will be made May 26. Members leaveHedley at 10 a.m. ! High School commencement will be held in the High Friday night, May 18, at 8 p.m. Valedictorian of A my L emley and Salutatorian i s Barbara Tisdale. of the class are Tex Naylor, David Bolin, Rhonda Morgan, Betty Painter, Tanya White Y Wilson. of Amarillo was a Hedley visitor last Fri- Mrs. Bobby Haggard and little daughter are at home vacation. Bobby has been in school at Tarleton Stephenville. is still in the Hall County Hospital in Memphis glad to get the report that he is much better. Mrs. Patton and grandson of Borger were at Hed- Methodist Church Sunday Morning Service with Royce Williams. Ginger Wilson of Pampa were Hedley visitors last Mrs. R. L. Stone of Canadian spent Mother's Day and Mrs. Ansill Adamson and Mr. and Mrs. rlSttors in theSam Sanders home included Mrs. Ter- and son, Jody, of Canyon and Mrs. Charles Mc- n of Amarillo. Geraldine and Nookie Wiggs and Sam San- having their grandchildren Michele, Cody and of Wheeler with them last week. Mr. and were on a trip with the senior class of Wheel- HOlland spent some time in the Hall County Hos- lastweek. However she is reported at home fine. r Banquet of Hedley High School was held decorated Lions Den last Friday night. Was "Fantasy Land." Owens was a Hedley visitor Sunday. He is still Motor Company in Amarillo where he has 10 years. ames Evans spent Mothers Day weekend with her Nessmlth in Lubbock. B. Pickett's Sunday Mothers Day visitors included Mrs. Wanda Pickett and daughter, Beth, Larry Galey and children, all of Amarillo. k Stafford and Mrs. AldredSpalding have been with Geneva, who had surgery in Amarillo last Mothers Day visitors in the J. S. Hinds home were Hinds Ritchie and daughter, Shela, of Hereford. Day message at Hedley United Methodist brought by Mrs. Katherine Pigg of Clarendon music was by Sharon Stafford and Maureez. Flowers were given in memory of Mr. and Mrs. t their children and grandchildren. Mrs. Alvin Alexander and children of E1 Paso Day weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alexander. Mabel Bridges and Louise Long had Sunday Moth- with Mrs. Edythe Bain. Mrs. Curt Richards and children of Amarillo and Mrs. Wayne Hansard Sunday. work is going on at the Rowe Cemetery getting for Memorial Day visitors. However more work ded and more donations will be needed to keep going. American Legion Post will see that every vet- in the Rowe Cemetery has a grave marker and Will be a U.S. Flag on every veterans grave, visitors of the Walter Johnsons were Mr. and tratford, Okla. Mrs. Owens is Mrs. John- Long's company last week was Mr. and Mrs. and Lawrence DeBord of Stratford. Presented at last weeks annual FFA Parent and son corp production, James Ports; dairy products, iggins; poultry products, Daniel Bolin; livestock -Yndon Messer; Ag. mechanics, Gary Stewart; Ag. Davy Drum; public speaking, Leon Couch; farm Collins; star greenhand, Jesse Freeman and star rrner, Leon Freeman. presented the awards, Terry Collins gave the Leon Freeman the welcome, Dave Drum the report and Bryan Hill the treasurers report. numbers were given by Tobe, Raymond Woodard, then Doyle Messer introduced the speak- Smallwood of West Texas State University a wonderful talk. Fred Carter of Panhandle spent Mothers Day mother, Mrs. Walter Pierce. G. Hartwell spent some time last week in Amarillo Sons, LeRoy and James Hartwell, and their faro- Mrs. Art Morrison of Amarillo were visitors of Paul Lair. Mrs. Charles Johnson and children, Cindy, Grant of Matador visited Mr. and Mrs*Clifford John= unday. rs. Dec Scivelly of Amarillo were Mrs. Ed Mot- last weekend. exercises for the Senior Class of Hedley High irst Baptist Church of Hedley last Sunday evening Processional was by Gall Hill, Invocation right Newhouse, and announcements were by J. G. Chorus sang two numbers "My the "Holy City" and Rev. J. J. Terry, pastor of brought the message. BenedlctionwasbyRay Aft- by Gaff Hill. Sanders Mother's Day guests were Mr. and Sanders of Amarillo and Mr. and Mrs. Gene San- arn Youngers Sunday Mother's Day visitors were and family of Canyon. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Mosley were mothers, Mrs. Tuenel of Dallas, her aunt, Mrs. erguson, also of Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. Rusty al daughter, Susan, of Ashtola. of Memphis was a Hedley visitor last Thurs- is a lot ofworkgoing on at the Nookie Wiggins Home. ae beginning to look real nice there. Culen Hun- am Owens and Vernle Wade are doing the work. Willie Johnson's Mrs. Charles Smallwood of Canyon attended the FFA Banquet with Dr. Smallwood. Mrs. Sam Sanders and Mrs. Billy Wiggins of Wheeler visit- ed the Pete Rice family in Quitaque last Thursday. Mildred and Ewell Clendennan returned from a trip to Mount Calm, Tex., last Monday evening. They reported a wet trip. Herbie Word of Dallas is visiting his father, Herman Word, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Stiles and children of Graham spent Mothers Day weekend with his mother, Mrs. Ruth Stiles. Some twenty-five Lions and guests attended the steaksup- per meeting of Heldey Lions Club last Thursday night. The Lions Den was beautifully Decorated thanks to the Junior ) ) ) ) ) ) ...... ,,,ml The Clarendon Press, May 17, 1973 Page 5 HEDLEY Class. Mrs. Kate Stone served the meal. Mrs. Lyna Payne had the program. Mrs. Payne opened the program with musical numbers from several of her piano students and finished with a talk of the Cowbelles and the beef industry in general. Her husband, Charles Payne of The Donley County Feed Lots, was a guest of the club. Kelly Woodard spent last Friday night in Hedley with the Clifford Johnsons. She lives on the Finch Ranch. Mrs. J. W. Bland is in the High Plains Baptist Hospital in Amarillo. She had surgery last Wednesday and we are glad to hear she is doing fine. Mrs. Ethel Kinslow spent the weekend in Hereford with her brother, Butt Whittington and family. David Lowe of Claude spent the weekend at the Finch Ranch with his father, Bill Lowe, and family. Pat Chesser of Fort Worth was a Hedley visitor last Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Wood of Amarillo were in Hedley last Saturday visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. ttub Foster of Amarillo were by to see the Clifford Johnsons last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill CarlPitt- man and two children of A mar- illo dropped in on hlsparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ptttman over the weekend. Pete Campbell of Denton visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Campbell, and brother, Jeff, as well as friends last weekend. 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