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t ' t Willie Johnson's HEDLEY i u enjoy Willie's Hedley this week. t to copy was lost or delayed in the mail from Hed- Zion. It was rewritten by memoryTuesday nigh Lt Bogue delivered the copy to The Clarendon Press :30 a.m. Wednesday. The Press was then printed sub scr lber s r ec eiiid ie:aPhr;pil : : enit::ilt, hptl:. The picnic grounds at Gile: from recent rains so the picnic was held in the Club building Sunday, June 3. It was well at- all. They celebrated the double birth= Clyde Johnson. Fred Stafford and Clifford Johnson at- monthly, meeting of the board of directors of Authority last Thursday night. It was held coaference room of the filter plant at the lake. All six were represented at this meeting. Present at this meeting was Monte Sowers of Clar- Bill Brooks of Wheeler, representing United Conservation Service. Greenbelt will make appli- matching funds for further park development. Mrs. A. M. Saunders are on a vacation trip. If Short like we think we do, they will be visiting spots. Mrs. Joe Miller of McKnight Community visited Klrkpatrlck Thursday evening of last week. We hear that Joe is out of the hospital and able to friends. Mrs. Tom Lamberson of Amarillo visited Mrs. and the Jap Shaws last weekend. Mrs. David Boliver have returned to their home N. 3. They have been visiting his parents, Mr. Ed Boliker, and his grandmother, Mrs. E. C. dh at Greenbelt Lake isnow 64.06 feet, the deep- ever been. HedleyPs star fisherman, N. W. Jef- that Bass fishing at the lake has been good and have begun to bite. Conatser is at home from Hall County Has- fine. SUPper was served at last Tuesday nights meet- American Legion Post. Johnny Conatser is and Clifford Johnson is adjutant. The posts is now 8G. d Mrs. J. S. Hinds have returned from a trip to Where they visited Mr. Hinds father and other re- Mrs. N. W. Jeffers were in Shamrock last week that was hospitalized there. Lions Club will meet this Thursday night at 8 officials to be installed are Fred Stafford, presi- HOlland, first vice president, 4. S. Hinds, sec- .sident, Melvin Boothe, third vice president; M. secretary - treasurer; W. H. Moffltt, greeter. are W. B. Wiggins, H. L. White, Jack Stafford Allen Estlack has been invited to install and directors. It will not be ladies night but are invited to attend if they wish to see their Dickson has returned from Jacksboro where funeral services of her aunt. Pickett and son, John, of A marillo visited Pickett last week. was on the sick list last week. We are glad he is about ready to get out and around town. Simpson and son, Jody, of Canyon visited the family last week. ke GREENE'S your dquarters for Fathers Day Shopping. Ties Pants Shirts Pajamas Slioes Belts Socks Sport Coats Knit Shirts Gift Sets Billfolds You can pick ur gift, and your price at GREENE'S Clarendon, Texas bered in Hediey as Margaret McFarland. Mrs. Maude Mc- Murtry of Shamrock also visited. Mrs. Jessie Adamson and her daughter, Mrs. Carmen Hubbard, of Amarillo are visiting in Arkansas. Dr. and Mrs. Keith Reed of Salt Lake City, Utah., are here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Reed. If you have news for the Clarendon Press call Willie Johnson at 866-3471. Steve Stafford was a visitor at Hedley United Methodist Church Sunday. He is a nephew of Jack Stafford. First Baptist Church is planning a vacation Bible School starting June 21 and going through June 2G. They want all children from ages of 4 through 14 to attend. Mrs. Elva Davis has returned from her vacation trip. She visited the John Lee Stephens family in Sparta, Tenn., Mrs. Betty Morgan has been filling in at the post office during her absence. Memorial services were held in Swan Funeral Parlor at Colorado Monday for Mrs. Sally Selbery. Mrs. Selby was a sister-in-law of Troy Selby of Hedley. Hobart Moffttt, Mrs. Omit Simmons and Mr. and Mrs, Henry Moore attended the Hardware convention in Amaril- lo Sunday. W, L. Stewart of St. Jo., Tex., was a Hedley visitor last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Lee of near Shreveport, La., have been visiting the Virgil Johnson family this week. A former Hedley resident, Floyd Bull of Pampa, passed away Thursday of last week. Memorial services were con- ducted at Pampa Saturday. He was a brother-in-law of Mrs. W. A. Pierce and Mrs. J. W. Bland. Sympathy is extended to the family. Equilization Board of Hedley Independent School District will meet next Friday, June 1G, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the school building. Any interested persons are invited to come and meet with them. Vicki and Cathy Skaggs attended the annual conference of United Methodist Church in Abilene last week. They were delegates representing Hedley MYF. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wiggins and children of Wheeler spent the weekend in Hedley visiting the W. B. Wiggins and the Sam Sanders families. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Clendennen have returned from a weeks vacation trip. They visited spot in Old Mexico and New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Owens and children of Amarillo were with them. District Supt. Ted Dotts of Pampa brought a wonderful sermon last Sunday at Hedley United Methodist Church using the story of Lazarus. He also presided over the communion service. Special music was by the Youth's Choir. The special was "God Knows My Needs" by Peggy Watt and Sharon Stafford. We were all glad to have Mrs. Mabel Jones back in church.Sanday. We imagine, she was glad also as she has been crippling around the house for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Winters of Amarillo and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Winters of Georgia visited Mr. and Mrs. Butt Stone and Mrs. Myrtle Kirkpatrick Sunday. Vernon Patton had his daughter, the former Patti Pat- ton, with him last week. She also visited Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Mullins and her children, Scott, Melinda and Lisa. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Houston and children of Slaton spent the weekend in Hedley visiting the Sam Sanders family. Carl Reid is a patient in Hall County Hospital in Mem- phis. Miss Kitty Younger is visiting her brother, George Young- er, and family in Amarillo this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley HuchinsonofLawson, Mo., have been visiting her parents the Travis Blands. Mrs. LeonaBrace of Dalhart visited her sister, Mrs. Louie Long, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Barnes of Pampa and Mr. and Mrs. James Hartwell of Amarillo spent the weekend with Mrs. Nora Hartwell. Miss Melte Britchie of Pampa visted Miss Myrtle Reeves and other Hedley friends over the weekend. Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Terry and Mrs. Edythe Bain visited Vernle Wade in Northwest Texas Hospital last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Rileys visitors were Mrs. Jerry Dufur and son of Farmlngton, N. Mex., and Mrs. Morgan of Irving. Mrs. Ethel Simmons in Hall County Hospital shows no improvement. Mrs. Frank Hermlsher and children of San Angelo, Calif., visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Haggard recently. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Chrlstler of Pampa visited Mr. and Mrs. John Tate Sunday. Floyd Hayes, Johnny Linville and Herman Word have been on a fishing trip to San Saba. Mr. and Mrs. Don Owens and family spent the weekend wRh her parents and Mrs. Toad Hill. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Naylor last week were their daughter and family, the Frenchie Gaf- fords, and Mr. and Mrs. Kelth BainofAmarUlo d friends, Mr. and Mrs. M. Y. Mitchell and daughters of Boklchito, Okla. The Grimsley family's 14th annual reunion was held in Hedley last Saturday and Sunday. Dinner was served in the Lions Den at noon Sunday. The reunion was well attended this year many attending from far and near. Mr s. Nelda Mae Hudson and children of A marillo were here to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Messer, last week. Miss Geneva Naylor has been checking at Stafford Grocery. Mrs. Walter Pierce and Mrs. J. D. Skaggs were in Pampa last Saturday attending the funeral services of Floyd Bull. The WSCS of Hedley United Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. Harry Boatrlght Monday. They are continuing Bible study of the Book of Proverbs. Beckie McPherson and Vicki Skaggs visitedVlcki's grand- mother, Mrs. J. W. Bland, in Clarendon Sunday. At the Baptist Parsonage Friday evening at 8o'clock Willie Emma Hamilton and Jim Jackson were united in marriage by Rev. J. J. Terry, pastor of First Baptist Church of Hedley. Mrs. Dottle Bogue',as the brides attendent. Tom Wright was best man. Members of the family and close friends were guests. After the ceremony a reception followed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Bogue. Punch and cake were served from a beautifully decorated refreshment table. Mrs. J. J. Terry served the cake and Mrs. Homer Hill the punch. Thebrldgeroom is stationed at Ft.Still, Okh., and the fatu- ity will be moving to Oklahoma after July I. 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