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A The Clarendon Press, July 12, 1973, Page 9 ! Willie Johnson's HEDLEY ql Weatherly has redone the front of his filling station on the west side of Hedley's Main Street. Maybe One should appoint himself a committee of one to get started on fixing up the front of the old Hedley theatre services for M. T. (Boge)White who passed away 3rd were conducted at the First Baptist Church of Thursday at 2 p.m. with Rev.John Stout and Rev. officiating. The burial was in the Quail cemetery. is extended to the family. Alexander of Memphis was a Hedley visitor last Tues- Gayle Pyatt and daughter Mary Margaret of Amarillo of July visitors in the home of A. E. and Jackie J'ohnson and Mrs. Tony Johnson and son Tony visited theBill Johnsons in Memphis Thurs- last week. had a quiet Fourth of July with flags flying all over Lad not too many fireworks this year. Most of Hedley the celebration at Clarendon. of Arizona is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Sr. and other Hedley relatives. Rieken of Ft. Carson, Colo., was a weekend Hedley tad Mrs. Ricky Skaggs of Ft. Worth have been visiting family and Mrs. Skaggs. h. V. (Emma) Hendricks, 84, passed away in the Hall Hospital in Memphis last Wednesday, July 4th. She D wife of a for met pastor of the Hedley United Methodi st A. V. Hendricks. Memorial services were held at y 6thin the United Methodist Church in Mem- Rev. Roy Paterson officiating. Interment was in Cemetery in Memphis. lad Mrs. Ben Blackwell of Amarillo visited Mrs. J. B. Friday.  MyrtleReeves spent three days in the Hall County Hos- last week. family reunion was held in the community ia Memphis recently. Attending from Hedleywere Mr. T. H. Gilchrest and Mr. and Mrs. Odell Gilchrest. lad Mrs. Gary Graham of Bushland spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Bailey. and Mrs. Harold Lane and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lane spent last weekend in Hedley. They were fol;m- Lella Lake. Mrs. Burt Stone spent the 4th of July visiting the family in Colorado. and Mrs. Larry Crump and children of Hobbs, N.M., week in Hedley visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Messer, N. Messor, Carroll, and other relatives and friends. Tony Johnson and little son Tony of Corpus Christi who visiting the Clifford Johnsons the past I0 days left home Sunday. They will visit the Charles Johnsons and other relatives en route home. Lamberson, grandson of Mrs. Celia Lamberson,and and Mrs. Tom Lamberson is reported to be very all Amarillo Hospital. Reeves is spending her vacation in and around Colo. She will be visiting Mrs. Merle Cox, Dr. Don the former Sue Cox and her family, the Hortons. Mendenhall is back in the Hall County Hospital after spending a few days at home. many of the Hedley men doing highway work got to some of the 4th of July week. They include Man- Joe Wood, Tobe Woodard, Kenneth Swlnnlng Latimer. IIlley Lions Club will meet this Thursday night at 8 This is the first meeting of the Lions fiscal year and is expected. Byers has retired as the Route 1 mail carrier out of the Hedley post office. He hasbeencarryingthe mail here for 14 years. Mr. and Mrs. Byers and Jackie plan to move to Arizona. Substitute mail carrier Fred Watt is now carrying the mail. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Riley have gone to Mobile, Ala., to visit their son. Mrs. Carl Reid is in the Hall County ttospital in Memphis. Myrtle Kirkpatrick and Willie Johnson visited the Charles N. Jolmsons in Matador Sunday. Roy Ranson of Claude visited Ike Rains last Monday. The board of directors of the Greenbelt Water Authority will meet in Quanah this Thursday night. Hedley members of the board are Clifford Johnson, Virgil McPherson and Fred Stafford. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Baker have gone to Perryton for the wheat harvest. The Al Manny family of Lubbock spent the weekend with the C. R. Hunsuckers. Mrs. Alice Lacey of Quanah visited Mrs. Lucy Bishop and Mrs. J. B. Pickett last week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lair spent last Friday with PauPs sister Mrs. Art Morrison in Amarillo. Garland Crawford, a former Hedley resident, son of Mrs. Ezzie Crawford and brother of Mildred Clendeman, was seriously injured in a one car collison in Fort Worth the July 1st weekend. Hi condition is reported improved and Mrs. Crawford returned home with Mildred and Paula Clen- dennan who visited him this last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pinkerton and son Chad of Dallas spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. (Red) Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter of Panhandle visited her mother Mrs. Walter Pierce Sunday. The Hedley Post of the AmericanLegion served a free sup- per of cold cuts to all present at their meeting Tuesday night. Mildred Shaw and son Randy are moving into the Hollie Byers house near the school. Jack Moreman has moved from Crowley, Texas, to the J.A. Ranch where he will be foreman. Hlsfamilywill join him lat- er. Mr. and Mrs, Truman Caldwell of Waco visited Mabel Bridges and Ike Rains last week. Vernie Wade who has been in an Amarillo Hospital is greatly improved and expected home any day now. Mrs. Etla Hoggatt of Azel, Texas, is visiting the Bud Hog- gatts and other relatives. Lyndon Messer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Messer, and Renee White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold White will leave Monday for W aco. They will attend the annual high school students seminar from July 16th through the 20th. They will represent Doniey County. Some 500 students are expected to attend, the seminar which is sponsored by the Farm Bureau. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones were in Amarillo last Friday. Roy Ritchie of Ft. Carson, Colo. s was a weekend Hedley visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Sharon Gray and children of Amarillo were 4th of July guests of her mother Mrs. Elva Davis. Danny and June Stone of Amarillo had lunch with grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. Burt Stone Monday and visited Ansil and Pye Adamson, also their grandparents. They had been to Acapulco, Mexico. Mrs. Oscar Moore's 4thofJulycompany were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Harris, grandchildren and daughter of Monroe, La. Mrs. H. D. McCarley of Houston has moved to Hedley. She bought the Jessie Davis home near the school. Welcome to Hedley Mrs. McCarley. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gates and daughter Melissia of Fontana, Calif., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parks. Paula and Kirk Dwight of Dalhart have returned home after spending a week with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Lair. at is a little bank in Hedley doing Mrs. Lester Petty and daughter of Clarendon visited Mr. and Mrs. Burr Stone and Clyde Stone Sunday. Virgil McPherson has returned home after a short busi- ness trip. Mrs. Essie Dillard and son David of Oklahoma City were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Howells 4th of July visitors. Buelah Sanders had her son Bill and family here for the 4th of July. Opal Mann was at home a few days but it is reported that both she and her mother Mrs. Cooper are now in the Hall County Hospital in Memphis. The fire alarm Monday afternoon was for a grass fire down near the school. As dry as it is everyone should be careful with their fires. Mrs. T. H. Gilchrest is reported improving. She is in North- west Texas Hospital in Amarillo. Mrs. Ed Morton is visiting her children in Amarillo. A reunion of the family of the late Marshall Stone was held recently in the Lella Lake community center. Mrs. Marshall Stone is now living in the Clarendon nursing home. A great time was enjoyed by all. Those attending included Mrs. Bill Stone and daughter Dee Ann; Mrs. Tana Jo Cameron and daughter of Tyler, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lair of Hed- ley and grandchildren Paul and Kirk Dwight of Dalhart; Mr. and Mrs. Hoget Goode of Marshall, Tenn.; Mrs. Pauline Koontze of Clarendon; Mr. and Mrs. Geary Rogers and fam- ily of Albuquerque, N.M., Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee Helm of Clarendon; Mr. and Mr s. E moryStone and family of Amarillo; Mr. and Mrs. JerryKoontze of Albuquerque,N.M. and others. Miss Jamie Evans is now back in Anchorage, Alaska, where she will teach again this year, aftera nice long visit in Hedley with her parents and friends. James and Opal Evans took her part of the way on her trip. It sure would have been nice for them and also for us if we could have taken her all the way back and escape part of the July heat wave. The first public reading of the Declaration of Independence was on July 8th, 1776. The reader was none other than Col. John Nixon. The Clarendon July 4th Celebration this year was a good one. Just three more years until the big bi-centenial 4th of July celebration. Doctors arrive at Claude Drs. Tom Chatton and Gordon Juan completed their work at Milwaukee County General ttospital on Saturday of last week and are en route to Texas for their practice in the Armstrong County Medical Center. They are expected to arrive in Claude about the middle of the week and should be here as we go to press. The clinic is expected to open on Monday, July 16th. An open house will be held at the clinic building on Saturday, July 14th prior to the actual opening. The public is invited and urged to come out and meet the doctors and make them feel welcome in our community. More about the open house will be given in next week's issue. IRVIN MEAI,a 1973 graduate of West Texas State Univer- sity and a Clarendon resident, has been named head basket- ball coach and assistant foot- ball coach at Texline High School. Irvin, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mears, willtake over hi s duties in August. Tex- line is a Class B school. In basketball, it competes with Channing, Hartly, Adrian, etc. In football, it competes with Groom, Lefors, Booker, etc. (Press Photo) competing FREEZER SPECIAL!! Model EXH-18F 624-pound capacity, porcelain lining, defrost drain. Whirlpool OSBURN Furnilure & Appliance larger banks in Clarendon, Amarillo, etc.... Clarendon, Texas Phone 874-3412 Our statement Doing Jus Fine, of condition Thank ou! MILLS ORS, INC. now has area's only RESOURCES At the cloas of bueinees June 29, 1973 June 30, 1972 $774,11960 349.731.86 325,635.99 :;28,93662 200,000.00 00 / RENT-A-CAR , SERVICE Cash and Due from Banks ..................................... Securities ..................................................... Federal Funds Sold ............................................ Current Assets ................................................. and Discounts ........................................... Banking House ................................................ Furnlture & Fixtures ........................................... Other Real Estate ............................................. Other Assets ................................................... Total ......................................................... $1,299,755.59, 678,668.43 2,173,288.76 1,'1.52,650.6 I 18,267, i0 18,87200 4,511.24 5.71450 603.fl0 754.00 3,591.60 5,127.50 $3,500,013.19 2,162,087.00 LIABILITIES Capital ........................................................ Surplus ........................................................ Undiv. Profits and Reserves .................................... DEPOSITS ................................................... Unearned Interest ............................................. Tota| ....................................................... $ 140,000.G:J l 10,000.00 84,000.C0 60,000.00 42,519.84 43,356.71 3,065,689.98 1,881,875.28 167,803.37 36,855,10 $3,500,013.19 2,162,087.09 Rent a New Dodge Polara. Daily or Weekly Rates x!ECURITY STATE BANK Completely ,nsur:d Hedley, Te Phone Call 874 2538 856-3611 .2.2