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FALL PREVIEW July 21-28 Blouses R.s6 $4.88 ss.ge Body Shirts $4.88 sg. Misses Jeans ss.ge Smock Tops e. s, Panty Hose S7.88 $4.44 59c s4.98 Denim Jeans $3.77 Other Values Throughout the Store IH&M DRY GOODSi & VARIETY Hedley, Texas The Clarendon Press, May 19, Pag Willie Johnson's HEI)LEY '3/ The framework isnowuonthe new home of Ansil and P'e Pherson, W H Moffitt and M O Weatherly and five year Louie Bogue and Clifford Johnson of the Hedley Lions Adamson in West Hedle Other work crews are ex-nect perfect attendance pins to L. E. Bogue, C. L. Johnson, Club are now members of the Lions Million Member Club. to startthisweek ..... V.T. McPherson, W. It. Moffitt and M. cLWeatherly. Each contributed a member to help LionsInternatiolUi / Miss Beckie McPherson returned from a visit with the Memorial services for Charles Wilson, a retired mail reach the one million member mark. A banner so stating 7 Hershel Burns family in Springfield, Moo, Monday of last week. Bobby Couch and family of Gallup, N. M., were here visiting his mother Mrs. Melba Couch last week. A memorial service for O. B. Rampy, 69, who passed away July 10th was held in the First Baptist Church of Hedley last Wednesday, July llth, with Rev. J. J, Terry and Hey. C. tL Murphy officiating. Interment was in the Citizens Cemetary in Clarendon. Sympathy is extended to the family. Mrs. Elva Davis was in Lubbock Tuesday of last week. Clifford Johnson, Hedley director, attended the monthly meeting of the board of directors of the Greenbelt Waier Authority in Quanah Thursday night of last week. The present officers were elected for another one year term. They are R. A. Yarborough of Chtldress, president; W. Carroll Knorpp of Clarendon, vice president; Win. J. Lowe of Clarendon, secretary; and Jimmy Kuhn of Green- belt Lake, treasurer. The nex'. meeting of the 1wd wi'. be at the lake Thursday night, August 2rid. Beverly and Barbara Williams of Clovis, N. M., have been visiting Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Terry and Terry Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Bogue brought back from Miami Beach, Fla., five copies of the Miami News. Each copy had front page articles about the Lions Club International convention. It must have been a great convention. The Bogues said they enjoyed it very much. Mrs. Thelma Cavender and Mrs. Eula Duckworth Blanks of Amarillo visited Mrs. J. B. Pickett Tuesday of last week. School lunch room prices as passed by the school board will be elementary students, 40, high school students, 4G, teachers, 55, and visitors, $1.00. It appears that the Hedley Boy Scout Troop No. 36 will be reorganized and going strong before school starts. Dana Langdon is visiting Mrs. Helen McCraley and Kelley Woodard this week. Awards presented at last Thursday night's meeting of the ttedley Lions Club include one year 100% attendance pins to L.E. Bogue, W.P. Doherty, C.L. Johnson, V.T. Mc- Everyday Specials o I 21 Pieces Shrimp....$1.59 Junior Burger ......3/$1.00 1 t ' .......... ' ......... Fish & Chps......89 Op, r,'t, Midnight j Largest Drinks in Town Fridays & Saturdays j l DELICIOUS BAR-B-QUE j Kemp's Drive-In & Arcade 0 Clarendon J THE DONLEY COUNTY Donley County IF,I",III I,tlT, I1]. clerk and a long-time Amarillo resident, were held aL the First Baptist Church of Amarillo last Saturday at 1 p.m. Dr. W. Winfred Moore the pastor officiated. Interment was in the Llano Cemetary. He is a son-in-law of Mollie Dickson of Hedley. Mabel Bridges was in Amarillo the first part of this week visiting the Billy Bridges family and others and at- tending to business. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore are on the sick list this weeJ. Mr. and Mrs. Huey Lee Black"well and family of Louis- rifle, Ky., have been visiting his mother Mrs. W. R. B1- ackwell and the Charley Johnsons this week. They are also spending part of their vacation in Florida. A former Lelia Lake-Hedley resident Mrs. O, L. Car- ter passed away at her home in Oklahoma last week. Burial was in the cemetary at Atoka, Okla. She was Mrs. Jimmy Lamberson's mother. Myrtle Kirkpatrick and Willie Johnson had Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Burr Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Winters and Alvin's father, all of Amarillo, visited the Burr Stones Sunday. Edna Wilson spent last weekend in Lelia Lake visiting the Bill Pooles. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jackson of Ft. Sill, Okla., spent the weekend in Hedley. Hedley Cotton Festival queen Dorothy Wilson Tisdale was at home for the weekend. She is married and now lives in Wichita Falls but will be back for the festival. Her husband Kenneth Tisdale of the Air Force was with her. The first alternate queen is Geneva Naylor and the sec- ond alternate is Betty Painter. Miss Sherri Burns returned Monday to her home in Springfield, Mo. She has been visiting her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Virgil McPherson and Beckie. Softball schedule begins League play will begin Thursday (tonight) in men's slow pitch softball. Five teams will be competing against each other for the championship during the next four weeks. July 19, 1973 Lawmen vs, Geritol Kids July 23, 1973 Lawmen vs. Gashouse Gang July 24, 1973 Geritol Kids vs. The Happy Face Gang July 26, 1973 Wallace Pros vs. Lawmen July 27, 1973 Gashouse Gang vs. The Happy Face Gang July 30, 1973 The Happy Face Gang vs. Lawmen July 31, 1973 Geritol Kids vs. Wallce Pros Aug. 2 1973 Gashouse Gang vs. Lawmen Aug. 3, 1973 Wallace Pros vs. The Happy Face Gang Aug. 6 1973 Lawmen vs. The Happy Face Gang Aug. 7, 1973 Gashouse Gang vs. Geritol Kids Aug. 9, 1973 Lawmen vs. Wallace Pros Aug. lo, 1973 The Happy Face Gang vs. Gashouse Gang Aug. 13, 1973 The Happy Face Gang vs. Geritol Kids Aug. 14, 1973 Gashouse Gang vs. Wallace Pros Aug. 16, 1973 The Happy Face Gang vs. Wallace Pros Aug. 20, 1973 Wallace Pros vs. Geritol Kids Aug. 21, 1973 Lawmen vs. Gashouse Gang Aug. 23, 1973 Geritol Kids vs. Lawmen All games will begin promptly at 8:00. as presented to them at last week's meeting of the Hed- ley Club. Bill Bridges and family of Amarillo visited Mabel Bri- dges Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gillispie a 6 pound 10 ounce baby boy in the Hall County Hospital in Memphis last Fri- day. Congratulations! Miss Connie Lee Debord and Miss Cliftie Holland were visitors at the Sunday morning service of the Hannah Un- ited Methodist Church Sunday July 8th. Miss Holland play- ed for the service. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hunnicutt of Amarillo were the week- end visitors of the Carl Reids. Mollie Dickson'scompany the past week include Mrs. Bill Faught of Crawley, Mrs. Jane Appling of Ft. Worth Mrs. Emma Weaver of Jacksbero and Dave Duke of Abilene. Mr. and Mrs. Don Reeves and children of Wellington were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boat- right. Charla Johnson of Claude was visiting Cliftie Am Hol- land Sunday, Helping Mrs. Eva Hill celebrate her 85th birthday Sun- day were Mr. and Mrs. Omel Hill andOmie Lee Wiggington of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hill of Fritche, Mrs. Murle Hill, Mike and Max of Sunray and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hill and children of Liberal, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. quisenberry, Mollie Di,'kson, Dr. Jack Qulsenberry, and Dave Duke attended the Charles Wilson funeral in Amarillo last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Welch's recent company included Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Welch and son Texas and Jim Ingrain of Claude, Mr. and Mrs. William Welch and Beckie of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Welch of Wellington, Mrs. Lonnie Neeley and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Neeley and Curtis of Quail. It was almost a family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Richards and children of Amarillo visited her parents the Wayne Hansards over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sharp and children of Amarillo were visitors in the home of Mrs. Celia Lamberson the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Butch Adcock and children have moved from Clarendon to Hedley. They are at home in the Inez Hunt place in the east part of town. Mr. Adcock is em- ployed at the former Ports Ranch now operated by Hos Morris, It is one mile south of Hedley. Mrs, Lois Rains has returned to her home in San An- tonio after visiting friends Ella Kirkpatrick, Omie Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Owens and brother-in-law Ike Rains. It was nice to have newcomer Mrs. Helen McCraiey at the Sunday morning service of the Hedley United Metho- dist Church. Mrs. Dee Franklin's company last week was a nephew and his wife from Wichita Falls. Mrs. Joe Wood and daughter Jane were weekend Ama- rillo visitors. Billy Bridges, a former Hedley Boy Scout, is now scout- master of an Amarillo troop. He is bringing his scouts to Greenbelt Lake for an outing July 27, 28 and 29. Mrs. Lavonia Messer of the Quail commu:fty is in St. Anthony's Hospital in Amarillo. A social security field representative will be at the court house in Clarendon from 9 a.m. to 12 noon Thursday of next week July 26th. FEED LOTS, INC. has the most modern facilities to make money for you. We can figure a feeding program to insure a very profitable deal for you. Credit available to finance your cattle venture Plan to attend our GRAND OPENING FREE BARBEQUE and Entertain Saturday, July 28. THE DONLEY COUNTY FEED LOTS, INC. p Hedley, Texas Phone g56-2221  " //'P Mrs. Opal Mann is reported: back in the Hall County Hos- pital in Memphis. At the Hedley United Me*bo- dist Church Sunday morning service Leon Couch had the opening service. He opened with the Apostles Creed fol- lowed by responsive reading, "The Earth is the Lord's." His scripture reading was taken from Matthew, chapter 7. Special music was a trio of girls, Kay and Vicki Skaggs and Cliftie Holland and a duet by Revo and Mrs. Rosenbery accompanied by Sharon Stafford. The mes- sage was brought by Rev. Rosenbery of Pampa. The service was very inspira- tional and greatly enjoyed. Mrs. John Adamson of Turkey is a patient in the Hall County Hospital in Me- mphis. Also Lance Leggitt of Lakeview. Both arewell- known in Hedley. The Hedley schools are scheduled to open Monday, August 13. It may seem to be a bit early to the kids. Ewell Clendennan's sch- edule is to enter the Hall County Hospital in Memphis Tuesday and to undergo sur- gery Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Oneil Wea- therly and Mr. and Mrs.Roy McKee were called to Por- tales, N.M. on the weekend on account of the death of the McKee's grandson. De- tails next week. Parkers resign Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Par- ker have resigned their po- sition with Clarendon Col- lege effective July 16, 1973. Mr. and Mrs. Parker have purchased the former Mur- rah Book and Gift Shop at 204 Commerce Street in Childress, MESSER ELECTRIC Electrical Contract- ing, Lennox heating and air conditionhw.. Pianos, new .and used. Phone 259-3329. 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