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big news in Hedley this week is between the Security Bank and the Hedley Lions Club. The proposal is to the two buildings between Stafford Grocery and the Center for the Lions. The Lions Club can then bank have their building for expansion. klars to be a good thing for the bank, the Lions and munity. Present plans are to have the fronts of every [ on main street remodeled before the Cotton Festivalo Ried and Joe Miller were both in town Friday. It is see them back onthe streetsafter spending some time lad Mrs, Burr Hess of Wichita Falls spent Tuesday with his sister Mrs. Corn Huffman last week. were enroute to Colorado for the summer. Don Riekens are redoing their home. Simpson of Amarillo and Canyon visited Sam San- of last week. He was the catcher for Hedley's baseball team and Sam's ninth son-in-law. Ethel Simmons is now in the rest home in Wellington can be close to her daughter Mrs. Lavona Messer. Mullins is the new commander of the Hedley Amer- Post. He replaces Johnny Conatser who had a good finishing his term with 85 members. Other officers were Bobble Wiggins, first vice commander; Merrel second vice commander; Clifford Johnson, adjutant; eman, chaplin; IL O. Weatherly, service officer; Historian and C. L. Ray, Sgt. at arms. officers were installed by Clifford Johnson, past Vice commander and will take office July 1st for the Year. Bessie Yandell had a bout with a hen and received a on her leg that kept her in the hospital in Mere- few days last week. We are glad to have her back in Truell Huffmans of New Mexico were here last week. spent most the week with his mother Mrs. Corn Hut- his wife spent most of the week with her mother in Day was observed inHedley last Tuesday with flags flying on the west side of Main Street. noticed were the Big American Legion Flag, the West Texas Utilities and the Flags at the Harry and Clifford Johnson residences. of the Chamberlain Community was a Hedley aturday. The Ritchies' home was formerly the teach- the Chamberlain School. Yel Hansard's company last week included Mr. and and granddaughter of Wharton, Mrs. Wayne Buss and Mrs. Deliah Youree and Mrs. Joan Sims of Alice Wall of Wellington is visiting Mrs. Beulah San- Klrkpatrick shopped in Amarillo Monday. of Amartllo visited Ike Rains last Wednesday. [. lVl, Tldwell has been in the Hall County Hospital in She is home now and much improved. Geneva Kenny of Amarillo visited the Jack and Fred families Sunday. redges, his sonKent and a friend Rickey from Amar- Bridges Sunday. alid Mrs. Tom Gilllspie and baby of Hereford visited Gillispies last week. ,lfred Spaldings have returned from a vacation trip. many interesting spots in Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, and their chlldren Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mo. Among the spots visited were the Oz- Silver Dollar City, Table Rock and the Fish ]ranson, Mo. and Mrs. Fred Carter visited Mrs. Walter Pierce last and Sunday. W. C. Holland'sSunday visitors were Mr. and Skaggs and Mr. and Mrs. DaleSkaggs of Amaril- at the T. E. Naylor home was enjoyed by Mr. Sam Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Berl Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Ter- and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Owens and families, all of of the Hedley United Methodist Church met at of Mrs Ray Altman Monday afternoon for their study Proverbs". Edna Wilson, Mrs. Bill Poole and Mrs. Snow last their brother Grill Christian who is confined in hospital. services were conducted by Rev. J. J. Terry Lena McDaniel Lane at Rowe Cemetery last Satur- at 3 p.m. She was a former Hedley resident Pampa at the time of her death: Galey and children of Amarillo visited Mrs. J. and Mrs. Lucy Bishop Sunday. diate past Deputy District Governor Allen Estlack of the new officers of the Hedley Lions Club night's meeting. The new president installed Stafford of Stafford Grocery. Loule E. Bogue is )resident. Lion Loule and wife Dottle leR for the Lions convention this week which is being held in Florida. Other officials installed were Otis J. S. Hinds and Melvin Boothe, vice-presidents; 'atherly, secretary-treasurer; Travis Bland, Lion P. Doherty, talltwister; and W. B. Wiggins, White, Lon Harman and Jack Stafford, director. w officials will be in charge of the next meeting I'leiley Lions Club to be held Thursday night, July 8p. m. herry is in the Hall County Hospital in Memphis for treatment. His condition is reported satisfactory. of Amarillo was in Hediey and Memphis visiting Hedley Thursday to see Mrs. Mollie Dlckson. Mrs. Dickson returned home daughter for the weekend. Pickett of Amarillo was here Thursday visiting his Mrs. j. B. Pickett. Mrs. Pickett returned home witl a visit with her children, grandchildren and their Mrs. Carter Huffmanand son Tony of Wichita Falls Wednesday with his mother Mrs. Cora Huffman. for a vacation trip in New Mexico. Sanders and her daughter Mrs. Samle Houston visited the Billy Wiggins family in Wheeler of last week. son and Clifford Johnson made a business Greenbelt Lake last Saturday. Both are members of Directors. Martha Sue Noel of Phillips visited the Harry Boat- week. Miss Noel is Mrs. Boatrlght's sister. While both visited another sister, Mrs. Frank Anderson, MCPherson and daughter Beckie left Sunday morning Mo., where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Her- Mrs. Burns is the former Kathy McPherson. ill return in a few days but Beckie will remain for a week vacation. Jamle Evans is at home visiting her parents Mr. and Evans. She has been teaching school in Anchor- the past three years. She will return there to work in the Burro School System after a two or stay in Hedley. Mrs Frank Anderson of Wellington were Sunday )f the Harry Boatrights. Jackson of Ft. Sill, Okla., was here for the week- family. W. Bland is ow at home in Hedley after surgery The Clarendon Press, June 21, 1973, Page 5 lglgglgllglglHgglggliglalgglUflllfllllglllmllllllllgggggllHIglllalgllgHggll I Willie ohnson's HEDLE and three weeks convalescing with her daughter inClarendon. Welcome home, Mrs. Bland. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mithelman and granddaughter Hedi were here for the weekend vlslting with E lla and Myrtle Kirk- patrick. Herman Word is at home after a few days in the Hall Coun- ty Hospital in Memphis. Rev. and Mrs. Dave Sellers and boys of Nebraska were in Hedley for the weekend. Bro. Dave brought the message for the Sunday Evening Service at the First Baptist Church. The service was well attended. Refreshments and fellowship were enjoyed after the service. Mollie Dlckson is home after a trip to Jacksboro followed by a trip to Amarillo. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Boliver spent the weekend in Hedley visiting the Ed Boliver and Harry Mendenhall families. Mrs. Edna Wilsonisbackinher home in Hedley after an ex- tended visit to Tyler, Texas. There she visited the Rex Wil- lonbys. Mrs. Willonby is her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Henry have moved to Hedley. Mrs. Henry is the former Micki Hamilton. Mr. Henry is employed at the De Rose Mobil Home Company at Memphis. Welcometo Hed- Icy. Mrs. Lucy Bishop and Mrs. Lela Moffitt's company for the weekend was Mrs. Alice Lacy of Quanah. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnle Bolin visited in Hedley the vast week- end. Mrs. Jerald D. Sims and daughters Kim and Lisa of Pampa visited her grandmother Mrs. V. A. Hansard and the Clif- ford Johnsons last Thursday. Attendance was good at the Sunday morning service of the Hedley United Methodist Church. Mrs. Sharon Wheatly gave the opening, Miss Laura Ann Wheatly led the song service, Mrs. Fred Watt gave the special song with Miss Cliftie Hol- land at the piano and Brother Rosenburg brought the message "On The Mountains." The Jap Shaws were Amarlllo visitors Monday. Ray and Don Altman have been enjoying having their moth- er with them the past week. She is from Estelline. J. R. Howell was here Sunday to visit his mother and his father Elmer Howell who is in the Hall County Hospital in Memphis. 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