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June 7, 1973

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The Clarendon Press, June 7, 1973, Page 9 O PRESIDENTS of the Hedley Lions Club, honored at last weekts 31st anniversary include Clifford Johnson, Herlie Moreman, Odis Owens, Don Springer, Harold DOyle Messer, Earl Tollett, and Jack Stafford. (Press Photo) Johnson's Mrs. Pete Rice Quitaque visit. Sanders family services were for W. C. (Died Who died in Big 27, at the Hed- of Christ Mon- Week with Mini- and Minister officiating. Was in Rowe Cem- of Directors of A uthor- eet at The Claren- this Thurs- ne 7, at 6:30 p.m. of the board to attend are Fred Virgil McPherson Stephens of the Was here last week. to Louie Bogue at Greenbelt lake is up over 11 from last Friday depth of the now over 64 feet. were con- The Hedley United Church last Sunday for E. A. (Hugh) who died in the Hall F rlday June 1. was in the Erlck at Erick, Okla. He of World War I, of Hedley American where he had a membership rec- 45 an Leg- ill elect officers at meeting Tues- )f next week, June hot supper will be , E3, from Fort was able to in Hed- his brother's ns wedding in and visited his and Mrs. Louis Conatser is in Hospital in from in- in a two car Clarendon Mort- is reported R. Grimsley arrived in Heal- James R. wlUbe in the week. They attend the Grime,- fam- be held in the Club Den this Sunday. Friends to pack eat with the fam- tt 12:15. of Borger was visitor Thursday lie attended the Club 31 annlver- member of the Club. and Clifford presented life- intheHed- by LionPresi- at la st weeks banquet. Both are Both have of the Hedley for 31 years and attendance Kathy and Vickle Skaggs and Cliftie Holland, Susie Watts played a piano solo. Rev. Ted Carts will preach and serve the Lord's Supper, Sunday June 10, for the 11 a.m. servce. Rev. J. W. Rosonburg of Pampa will fill the pulpit for the morning thru the re- mainiug month of June. In the absence of Mrs. Pigg, she wil be :in  school. Mr. and Mrs. Hallie Byers and Jackie have returned from a vacation trip. They report a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Altman are having a good time this week because Mrs. George Adams and little granddaugh- ter are here from Rockport. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny frorf Amarillo visited the JackStaf- ford's and Alfred Spalding Sunday. Sure glad to see Gen- ire looking so good after sur- gery. Fred Stafford was at home with a cold Thursday andFri- day last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hinds are in Abilene thisweek visit- Ing relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Stone and children were here visit- ing their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stone. They are from Westminister, Calif. Mrs. Beulah Sander isvislt- ing in Dtmmitt, with Gene Sanders family. She will visit another son's family at Tulia, Don Sanders. Mrs. Tom Clemmenden and little son, Tony, have return home from visiting her sisters tn east Texas. Mrs. Thelma Shields and boys from Amarillo, Mrs. Jenaette and children, from Dalhartj are visiting Mrs. Walter Moss and Don Spring- er. Mrs. Don Harmon has re- turned home from Amarillo, #here she has been, because of the illness of their daugh- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Canada and Mrs. Vergie Nlvens at- tended the funeral services for Marvin Cannon at Tulia last Friday. Mrs. Wanda picket Beth and Robbln Rhea visited Mrs. J. P. Pickett, Mrs. Lucy Bis- hop and Mrs. Lelia Moffett the past Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Woodroe are vacationing inMexico andCol- orado this week. Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey James of Childress visited their sis- ter, Mrs. R. A. Shaw and Ran- dy Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paff and children from Portalos, N. Mex., visited their grandmo- ther, Mrs. V. A. Hansard, friends last week. Mrs. Poff is better known in Hedley as Sandra Youree. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Owens were in Ft. Worth last week to see the twins, Debbie and Donna graduate from high school. They are the daugh- ters of Sam and Bobble Owens. The Sam Owens also saw the Texas Rangers and Cleveland Indians play ball while there. OdeU Myers and his grand- mother, Mrs. Walling were in HEDLEY Hedley Sunday, visiting the Clifford Johnsons and other friends. Visiting the Ed Boliverslast week were Mr. andMrs. David Bollver from Trenton N. Jer., and Jimmy and Sharon from . martllo. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Manny and children of Lubbock were visitors in the Home of Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Hunsucker and attended church at the Baptist Church last Sunday. 75 Foot Water Hose Oscillating "prinkler 4 $3.6 Artificial Flowers 24,,x s4" Ladies Dress Bags or 24" x 36" Men's Suit Bags 1/2 Price 69 Mrs. J. B. Pickett visitors last week was her son, Robert from Amarillo. Also other visitors were Mrs. L. E. Wig- ginton and son's from Giles. Visiting Mrs. Mabel Bridges last weekend was her daugh- ter, Mary Rins Jefferies and grandson, Jeff Jackson of Farmlng'ton, N.Mex. A grand- daughter, Mrs. Bill Gates and son, Mike of Portland, Org. Also Billy Bridges and family from Amarillo. Torn Tate and Bill Carson from Borger visited Mr. and Mrs. John Tate last Satur- day. Vernie Wade is inNorthwest Texas Hospital at Amarillo after an accident breaking his hip. He Is reported not doing so good. Mrs. Louise Long Isvisiting her children thisweek at Stra- her children this week at 3tratford. The Clarence and Laurence DeBord and family. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hill of Fritch were here to visit their mother, Mrs. Sam Younger last week. Mrs. Mary Harris has re- turned from Wichita Falls, where she has been visiting her sister. Mrs. Joe Miller and Mrs. Myrtle Rick Patrick went to visit Joe Miller Wednesday. Joe was able to return home. lege, university, or off cam- pus agency contribution will provide the remaining 20 per cent. Clarendon College has been awarded $70,309 for an "estimated 151 student awards. The Clarendon Press .s A,.s. 99 Beauty Oil Mist s Oz 4 Napkins 4 Placemats Gift Boxed ( ,5.95 399 Hand Woven Set Value Edge 6 A Oz ective Shave 93 ;1.09 Secret 50z Spray Deodorant5900 $1.9 5 Extra Wid e 3 6" x 8 7" Drapes ;howeray Bath Curtain Crest Toothpaste oz 59 Rilsweet 40z 47 Fully Lined 99 LysolSp 69 ,oz $3.00 Coppertone ntan Lotion 8oz $1 $6.00-$7.50 Leather Orlean Collection t/ L_ __ 32 Oz Clutch Purse Revlon Step Saver $!.1_9 59_ 70z Johnson Favor Hair Spray Furniture Polish 69 Hose 59 Glad you are home Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Cullin Taylor 160 Charmin 25 ttended memorial services for Mrs. Taylor Neice Thurs- ! =9 Nlpkin day, May 31, at Turkey. Maalox CC recieves !2_ O_.z.z . Pint Aerosol work funds s 89_ Pc!int Congressman Bob Price Kaopectate e Oz has received notification from R e x a.,. __ ,= Te t. Welcome 6__9( the Department of Health, Edu- 49 DoorMat cation, and Welfare, Office of Education, of approval per.Of Milk Mag_ne_si_a . -69! grants for institutionspartlcl- pating in the college work- Wooku_. study program, authorized un- ' der Title IV, Part C, of the 1OO 89 Lotion 16Oz Higher Education Act of 19- Vitamin B i 65, as amended, for the O0 mgm lad July 1, 1973, through June  .VALUABLE COUPON Void where restricted. For 21 + yrS. 30, 1974. Federal funds will "" J $193 L00RK S3'9 provide 80 percent of student $2.09 l (with this I nac n 200 Tablets I "'"" =*'"'" Good only at Tunnen phy..Good Until 6-30-73 $3.OO18OTobletsAnadn $199 '1 Limit one per family ] I Warning, The Surge0n General Has Dzlermined rthritis Formula I Thz, Cmue Smoking Is O.erou, Io Y0u, He.h. King: 17 rag. "tar", 1.2 mg. nicotine; Extra Long: 18 rag. "tar", 1.3 rag. nicotine av. per cigarette, FTC Report (Feb. '73). s. 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