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FOR SALE FOR RENT i ,z The Clarendon Press, May 19, Page 6 Mary Dozier services held Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Abbott Dozier, age 81, a resident of Donley County for over 50 years, were held at lh00 a.m. on Friday, July 13, 1973, in Murphy Memorial  Chapel with Don Ston% Minister of the Church of Christ, i officiating. Interment followed in the I. O. O. F. Cemetery with the arrangements under the direction of Murphy Funeral Home. Mrs. Dozier died at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, July ll, in Pale Duro Convalescent Home in Claude after a leng- CHAMBER OF COMMERCE president Dave Croslin pre- sents a first-place trophy to Carl Pittman of Meads Fine Bread. Meads won the float }ontest in the July 4 parade. Awards were presented Tuesday. (Press Photo) / JOEY LEE receives a first-place trophy for the Citizens Band Radio Club, which won the award during the July 4 parade. The first place was in the civic group division. Dave Croslin, president of the Clarendon Chamber of Commerce, makes the awards. (Press Photo by Will Lowe) WEIGHT WATCHER MEET Weight Watchers met Monday night at 6 p.m. in Lions Club Hall. There were 4 new members, 16 regular mem- bers and 3 lifetime members present. Weight Watchers has some talking, some listening, and a program that worksl New members are always welcome. ii FOR SALE Hous In Clarendon and Memphis Also Farmz and Ruchu Listings Wanted SANDER'S Real Estate Oneta Sanders  AIIn' FOR SALE: Wallpaper and vinyls; large selection of la- test patterns. Mrs. Willard Hudson, 874-3401. FOR SALE: 1966 3/4 ton Ford pickup. Large bed- clean. John Garner. 874- 2330. Attend Your Church CHURCH OF CHRIST 4th & Carhart Don Stone, Minister Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:15 a.m. 6:00 p,m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD "5th & McClellmnd R. L. Leader, Pastmr Sunday Sunday School, .............. 9:45 a.m, Sond WOIIhlp ............ 11:00 a.m Evening Worship Sunday Evefllng Worship ..... 7:00 p,m: ...... Wednesday Night Service 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST RounfeM & Kearney H ubert Bromluy, Minister CHUAt.r; OF I)OO IN CHRIST 302 N. Jefferson C. M. Duncan E PISCOPAL, ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST $rtl Parks Richarll Suxer PIRSTUNITED METHODIST CHURCH Sth Jefferson WeMon RiVal, Pastor Sunday Schoo! ............... 9: 45 a. m. Sunday Morning Worship ... 11:00 a. m. Sunday NIght Service ........ 7:00 p.m. METHODIST CHURCH Jefferson RMeReN. Era. Satt. CHURCH OF THll)iAZARENR ,rd HiW John Hanse. SunSay Sunday.School .............. lO-O01.m. Morning Worship ........... 11:00 a. m. Evenino Worship ............ 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Wednelday N Ight Servlct .... 7:30 p.m. PRESEYTERIAN CHURCH 4 Parks Owen McOurity, Pastmr Sunday Schoot .............. 1,0:00 a.m. Sunny Morn N Wohlp .... 9:00 a. m. MARTIN BAPTIST CHURCH Clarendon, Texas Bryan Knowles, Pastor Tuesday Women's MiSsionary Council +1:00 p.m, Wednesday Wednesday N ight Servlcq .... 7:30 D+ m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Hwy. 2117 Jackson R. W. Suttiven, Pasta" Sunday Sunday School .............. 10:00 a.m. Sunday Worship ............ 11:00 a.m. Training Union .............. 6:4S p.r. Evening Worshlp ............ 7:30 p.m. We!llnosday Wednesday N Ight Servlc .... 8:00 o. m, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bugbee & Third Streets James Brandon, Pastor Sunday Sunday School ....... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .... lh00 a.m. Training Union ....... 6:00p.m. Evening Worship ..... 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Wednesday Night .... 7:30p.m. ST. MARK BAPTISt CHURCH Jefferson Mmrflncllale Albe Yarborough, Pastor Weekly Sunday Servlcm. The pastor Is from out of town. ST, STEVENS BAPTIST CHURCH Jefferson Martthdale R. E. Manning, Pustor waekW Sunday Serv|c. The pastor is from out Of town. ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH McClulland Montgomery Father Wolk Sunday Morning Mass ....... 7:30 a. m. Father Woiko is from Mamohl$. Sunday School ........ I0 a.m. Church Service ...... II a.m. Evening Service ...... 6 p.m. Wednesday ............. 7 p.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN HU RL'I 3rd Gorst Paul Ham:ocK, Plltur Sunday S,:hooi ............... 9:45 a. m. Sunday N.Wolhl9 ... IG:M S;m. Regular Mmlthly Women's MeMNI . Sponsored by These Merchants ]1 II II II I I I I IIIIII IIII I I II IIIII I IIII I Murphy Funeral ,Home Brighl Newhouse People Who Care American A micable Roddy's 66 Service thy illness. She was born in Denton, Texas on July 13, ::: 1891, and was married to the late Charlle NlxonDozier ........ in Goodnight in February, 1912. She was a member of the Church of Christ and Rebekah Lodge. Survivors include two daughters. Mrs. Jess Sparks of Springer, N. M., Mrs. Jay Bowles of Happy, Texas; five grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Bearers were Guy E. White, John Payne, Wes Knorpp, Bill Ray, Tamale Saye, and Walter Graham. Peanut's Drive-In Bill & Rudene Wise Cornell Texaco Notice Notice The Commissioners' Court of Donle y C aunty, T exa s, will receive bids on one 1965 one-half ton Ford Pickup. Bids will be opened andcon- sidered on August 13, 1973., at 2:00 o'clock p.m. in the Court Room in Clarendon. Pickup may be seen at Don- ley County Barn in Claren- don. The Court reserves the right to reject any and all bids. The Commissioner's Court of Donley County, Texaswill receive bids for repair of steps in front of court house and to repair walks from court house to street. Bids will be opened and considered on August 13, 1973 at h00 o'clock p.m. in the court house in Clarendon. The Court reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Notice Clarendon C allege is ac cep- tang bids on equipment for a cosmetology laboratory and a Radio-TV laboratory until July 19 at 1 p.m. Bids will be received in the office of the president. Bid informa- tion may be obtained from Kenneth Vaughan, president of Clarendon College. Cla- rendon College reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Dood Cornetl Here to Serve FOR SALE: 1971 Ford LTD 2-door. Nice car. Call 874-2538. MILLS MOTORS, INC. FOR SALE: 1968 Ford Fflane, power and air, one-owner, real nice. Call 874-2538. MILLS MOTORS, INC. SCULPTRESS Bra Sale, all styles and sizes. Call 874- 2001 for information. FOR SALE: 1971 Renault R-12. Good econony ear. Call 874-2538. MILLS MO- TORS, INC. FOR SALE: 1964 Ford Cus- tom 4-door, air conditioner, heater and radio. Reasonably priced.8'/4-2578. FOR SALE: 1971 Dodge P olara, extra clean and FOR SALE: Colorado Mtn. chalet on 71/2 beautiful acres. Magnificent view of surround- ing mtn. peaks. Ideal for year round or summer home. $37,500. Hurst Realty Co., Box 25, Conifer, Colo. 80433. Phone 303-838-5700 or 4328. FOR SALE: 1969 Chevrolet Impala, power and air, nice. Mills Motors, Inc. New Car Trade-In. Call 874- 2538. GARAGE SALE: Miscellane- ous sale. Refrigerator, ra- nge, clothes, etc. Satur- day only. 410 W. 3rd. PIANO 'FLrNING - Call for appointment after 5.Charles Clinton, 874-3884. FOR RENT: Furnished ap- artment. Billspaid. Air con- ditioner, TV connection.Ad- ults only. No pets. Blocker Apts. 874-2588. Notice Clarendon College is ac- cepting bids on equipment for an air conditioning and heting laboratory until July 19 at 1 p.m. Bids will be received in the office of the president. Bid information may be obtained from Ken- neth Vaughan, president of Clarendon College. Claren- don College reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Read the and weeds from your home, lawn, trees and shrubs. All work guaranteed, Licensed and insured. CUSTOM TREE SERVICE, 1610 Monroe, Am- arillo, 373-4593. FOR SALE: 2 cabin lots, $3,000., 2 mobile home lots with septic tank and water, $2,100. If take all 4 lots $4,- 700.00 , Call 874-2575 after 6 p.m. FOR SALE-3 bedroom Brick 418 E. 5th. Phone 874-3575 806-655-7711 night 806-373- 4189, WANTED: RN or LVN; 3- 11 shift. Call Palo DuroCon- valescent Home, Claude 226-5121. WANTED: Custom sewing and alternations. Call 874- 3604. WANTED: Service station attendant. See Frank or hauncey Hommel at Hem- reel Mobil. BACME FENCE CO. Fencing--Old Depot Building. B ank-rat financing available. BRADSHAW& SONS Phone 259-2742 Memphis Ray Appliance Service GENERAL ELECTRIC FRANCHISE DEALER HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF AIR CONDITIONING FREEZER AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE & REPAIRS D. P. RAY, OWNER CLARENDON, TEXAS 874-380] First there's agent training. Then graduate level study. Seminars. Special courses. Who keeps going back to school? A professional. Happiness is what; we sell. H  M  (Flip) Breedlove Phone 874-2407 Texas t STEPHANIE ANDERSON receives the second-place trophy in the Buckaroo Division of the July 4parade. Aards were presented Tuesday. (Press Photo by Will Lowe) THANK YOU We so deeply appreciate the concern and gracious ef- forts of help shown to us during my hospitalization and illness. Thanks to one and all so very, very much. Homer Taylor WANTED Night Station Hand. PRICE'S SHAMROCK r/0099#o WASH DRY AND GO- with an electric home laundry pair --no ironing needed on many smartly styled clothes for every member of the family- even dress-up garments are wash-n-wear these days. To CONSERVE AND SAVE on equipment, oper- ating costs, detergent and water, ask your dealer for the owner's manual and study it. Buy from a local deRier, and WTU residential customers get normal 220 volt wiring FREE, And ask WTU for your free copy of "'Coascrve & Save'" R#ddy Tips about electric air-conditining, t / Live the carefree -* -" " way with Famous rrl,,r Electric ApP" noes .,,,, See them at W .It I