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July 4, 1973

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Willie Johnson's Johnson has returned from a visit with her sis- visited Mrs. T. R. Easterling Jr. and her family and Mrs. Mott Mills, Mott Mills and Mrs. Carl ly, all of Snyder, Okla. 287 from Hedley to Clarendon has been redone It is in splendid shape. Why not try it out s Fourth of July Celebration. Flossie Wood and daughters, Jane and Jean, spent With the Billy Wilson family in Pampa last week. (Fat) Bairfield of Clarendon was a Hediey sday. (Little Red) Hill is now working at the Charlie service station on Highway 287. Ella E. Word passed away Tuesday, June 26. Memo- were conducted at Hedley Church of Christ June 27, at 3 p. m. with Bright Newhouse, rain- :. Interment was in Row Cemetery. Sympathy the family. Post of American Legion will meet Tuesday ulght A free supper will be served. New commander and other newly elected officers will be in tCarl Millirons and Mrs. Mott Mills of Snyder, Okla., he Clifford Johnsons last Wednesday. is extended to the families of Mrs. Ernest and Mrs. H. C. Crawford because of the passing Mrs. Eula Lindsey of Amarillo. 'rank Murray's have not only had their grandson and with them but had their daughter, Mrs. Pat with them. :meeting of Greenbelt Water Authority is scheduled Thursday night, July 12. s Springer and Mr. and Mrs. Don Springer memorial services for Ross' sister, Mrs. G. S. at Earth last week. Sympathy is extended to the Singleton of The Clarendon Press was a Hadley hursday. Shaw and son, Randy, have returned from a where they visited her sister. They made lWRh her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jame Mann spent several days in Hall County Hospital of July is one of the holidays that hasn't been some time at the celebration in Clarendon. N. Johnson and daughter, Cindy, of Matador Johnsons last Thursday afternoon. those attending memorial services for Mrs. Ella Were a son, Dennis C. Word of Mesa, Ariz., and Cora Hill of Bryan and Mrs. Pearl Walker of N. Max. is out of the Hall County Hospital again. he is able to stay out now. of Bivens Home in Amarillo was a Hadley Friday and Saturday. Mr. Hickey is 95 but ha eVery year. He said this year's garden is one of s being made to have an extra or two from Hadley Parade at Clarendon. The parade will be at Wednesday, July 4. Yera Hickey of near E1 Paso were here Friday visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Dehord and other friends. Rieken of Fort Carson, Colo., is visiting home Erraa Zelgler of Arlington visited Mr. and Mrs. last week. flower adopted ten years ago by Hadley Garden Zinnia. Nowisthetime to plant for fall blooming. Is a native flower of Old Mexico and was dis- 1%0 by Professor Zinn. B. Pickett's visitors last Friday wer Wanda al her daughters, Nicki and Beth, of Amarillo. st Baptist Church of Hadley closed a very s,ccess- Bible School for children Friday night. Lee Conatser of Fort Collins, Colo., is visiting and Mrs. Johnny Conatser. Lions Club will meet Thursday night, July 12. will be called to order by new president, Fred at 8 p. m. with Mrs. Kate Stone serving the meal. immediate past president of the Hadley Club, a report on the Lions international convention in Fla., which he and his wife attended. Johnsons are enjoying having with them Mrs. Tony Johnson of Corpus Christi and three Son, Tony. He is the Clifford Johnsons' great- made a trip to Clarendon last week and SOme literature from the county service officer. new service officer of Hadley American Legion Post Office, Stafford Grocery and some of the Will not be open for business Wednesday, July Wayne Hansards' Cotton Bowl Care wU1 be closed JUly 4. Clifford Johnson, Mrs. Matt Mills and Mrs. Carl of Snyder, Okla., made a special trip to Childress :ay to see the handmade model trains of George brother. He has 18 model trains running flrst train that ran on the Fort Worth and Denver until the last one, a luxury pullman with diner. run, light up and are complete with tracks, water towers. He has been asked to have them ty here during the Cotton Festival. The trains of Balsam wood and carved with spin knife. of Chamberlain Community was a Hadley t Saturday. Mrs. Paul Stewart report a wonderful trip. to Brazier, La., where they attended a reunion of World War II veterans. Horschler of Dalhart has been visiting Mrs. airier of Brlce has been visiting Hadley relatives for several days. rs. Burr Stone's company has been Mr. and Mrs. of Fulllngton, Calif., and Mrs. Bessie Wells of Cheryl Ramsay and Miss Brenda Berets have to their home in Amarillo after spending a few grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hansard. Gilchresi is in North West Texas Hospital in was home mr the weekend. She is working in Max., this summer. Jimmy Bolivar of Amarillo spent the weekend siting the Bollvers and the Mendenhalls* Mrs. Dannie Stone of Amarillo visited the Burr Ansil Adamsons last week. They are on vacation. :urn of Fort Carson, Colo., spent the weekend in his family, the Lewis Drums. Simmons is back in Hall County Hospital in was at the morning service of Hadley Sunday. Brother Rosenberyof Pampa message. He will fill the pulpit for the morulv4 HEDLEY service the remainder of this month. Mrs. Katherine Pigg, the regular pastor, will be out of school August 1 and back in the pulpit. Bill Carson of Borger was a visitor at Sunday morning service of United Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bridges and children visited Mrs. Mabel Bridges Sunday. YOU'RE ENTITLED TO Tunnells attend Market Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tunnell, owners of TunneU Pharmacy, attended a gift market in Dallas Sunday and purchased gifts for the Christmas season. While in Dallas, the Tunnells had breakfast with Dwight McAnear, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McAnear. Dwight runs a pharmacy in Oklahoma. The Tuunells returned to Clarendon late Sunday. The Clarendon Press, July 4, 1973, Page 5 Two go to gift market Ruth Neal and Louise Payne of The Tumbleweed in Clar- endon have Just returned from market at Dallas. Ruth reports that she has ordered one of the largest and finest lines of gifts that has ever been available in Claren- don. The two returned to Clarendon Sunday. Nova Mooring of Clarendon and Mrs. Rex Hopkins of Snyder visited their sister, Mildred Tomlinson of Battles- villa, Okla., last week. 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