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Willie Johnson's HEDLEY The Clarendon Press, August 2, Page 9 than three inches of rainfall over the area help- except the open house at the Donley County However, the lots have overcome many obstacles it started in 1969 and this was just one more. Louie Bogue and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford John- Lions Club attended the Howardwick Lions night banquet at the Clarendon Country Club last JOHNSON MESSENGER223 ', .. : ;' , . Reg. $199.50 Sale $179.55 JOHNSON 123A Mrs. Carl Morris of Clarendon was a Hedley visitor Wed- nesday of last week. George Loyd, father of Mrs. Joe Kennedy of Hedley, passed away July 14th. Memorial services were conducted at Fresno, Calif., on July 17th. Mr. Loyd was a former Hedley resident having farmed Just north of Hedley and lnother parts of Don- ley County several years. Sympathy is extended to the fam- ily. Mrs. Joe Kennedy had Just returned from a visit to her Mr. Farmer & Rancher!! Having trouble tending to all your business in a day's time? If the answer is yes, then maybe a 2-way com- munications system is your answer. We have install- ed several systems In the month of July and every one is saving its owner time and miles. It also makes th- em able to be reached easily. Try it, you'll like it. JOHNSON 124-M , , r" 0 $197.95 Sale $133 / m Reg. $339.50 Sale $312.55 CLARENDON WHOLESALE SUPPLY r. 287 East .... Clarendon, Texas CKES LUMBER COMPAN parents when her father died. The M.Y.F. and Youth Choir meet at the Itedley United Doyle Fowler and his father Y. P. Fowler o Memphis were Methodist Church every Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Hedley visitors last Tuesday. Doyle Fowler has the coin- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lair visited their daughter Mrs. Betty operated machines at Clifford Johnson's Recreation Center. Dwight in Dalhart. They took Paul and Kirk Dwight who have Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kennedy have been enjoying having their been visiting them in Hedley for the last two weeks back grandsons with them this summer. They are Mike Kennedy, home. son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Kennedy of Amarillo and Phillip The W. B. Wiggins are in Colorado on vacation this week. Kennedy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kennedy of Lawton, A field representative of the Social Security Administra- Okla. tion will be at the courthouse in Clarendon Thursday of next Mrs. Joyce Kennedy Johnson of Amarillo, formerly of Hed- week, August 9th, from 9 a.m. until 12 noon. ley, and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kennedy, has been Former Donley County residents Mr. and Mrs. Thee John- released by her doctols in Dallas. She has spent several son will be honored with an open house celebrating their 50th years in and out of hospitals with back trouble and surgery. Wedding Anniversary at their home at 1960 Seminole, Am- The board of directors of the Greenbelt Water Authority rillo, next Sunday, August 5th. will meet at the lake this Thursday night, August 2rid. Local Some hall damage to crops was reported with last week- members of the board, Fred Stafford, Virgil McPherson and end's big rains. Fortunately the hailstrip wasn't very wide. Clifford Johnson, plan to attend. It Is nice to see Ewell Clendennan back on the streets of Hedley after having an operation In the Hall County Hospi- tal in Memphis last week. Happy Birthday to Harry Boatright. His birthday was last Thursday, July 26th. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rttchle of the Chamberlain community were Hedley visitors last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stafford and daughters are back from a trip to Ft. Worth where they visited the Bob Stafford family. Mrs. Mable Forrest Beach, 82, passed away July 24th In Colorado. Memorial services were held in the First Bap- tist Church of Hedley at 2 p.m, last Friday, July 27th. Her pastor, Rev. J. J. Terry, conducted the service, assisted by Rev. C. H. Murphy of the Memphis First Baptist Church. Interment was in the Rowe Cemetary. Sympathy ts extended to the family. The Hill family reunion will beheld Sunday August, 12. Th- ere are a lot of Hills in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Lemley and children are moving to Hedley. Mr. Lemley will be principal, coach and social studies teacher and Mrs. Lemley will be the 3rd and 4th grade teacher. Welcome to Hedley. The Hedley schools will begin their 1973-74 term with the registration of high school students on Monday, August 13th. Elementary students will report on the lSth. Lunch will be served in the school lunch room on the 15th. Dens and Darrel Messer of Clayton, N. M., visited their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Dudie Messer and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Spalding last week. Mr. and Mrs, Harry Boatrlght visited the Frank Andersons in Wellington Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hunsucker are on vacation. They will ; / be joined by the Neal Tibbetts family and go to Houston. Th-  : ere they will go through the Astrodome and take in a base- ball game. Then on to Galveston and to San Antonio to visit the Alamo before returning home. Adell Myers of Pampa was a Hedley visitor Sunday. STATE REP. PHIL CATES, who spoke at the opening of the The next meeting of the Hedley Lions Club will be Thurs- Donley County Feed Lots, Inc., holds up the silver spurs day night of next week, August 9th. Virgil McPherson has which he received from the feedlot. Obviously, Cafes was the program and Mrs. Kate Stone will serve the meal. very proud of the beautiful spurs. (Press Photo) Tony Gilchrest of Memphis has been visiting Mr, and Mrs. Odell Gllchrest. Bill Carson of Borger was a Hedley Sunday visitor. 1973 74 School schedule Mrs. Ethel Kinslow is on a trip to Oklahoma with her bro- ther and family, Bert Whittington of Hereford. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Moffitt of Pampa spent Sunday with He- August 13 Football practice begins bart Moffitt. August 14-17 Teacher inservice Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Jones of Memphis visited Mr. and August 16 Senior registration 9-12 a.m. Juniors 1-4 p.m. Mrs. J. M. Baker Sunday. August 17 Sophomore registration g-12 a.m. Freshmanl-4p.m. Mrs. Ann McDaniel has moved a new mobil home into August 20 Teacher Inservice and Grades K-8 register east Hedley where she will make her home. August 21 Classes begin (9 a.m.) Mr. and Mrs. Dee Riley have returned home from a visit September 28 I.:nd of firs six weeks with their son in Mobile, Ala. Dee reports deep sea fishing November 8 End of second six weeks good and that he pulled in a big one. November 9 TSTA District meeting-inservice Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burr visited their parents in McLean November 21 Thanksgiving Itolidays 3 p.m. last week. November 26 Classes resume after holiday Mrs. Ben Blackwell of Amarillo visited her mother Mrs. December 20 Christmas holidays 3 p.m. End of third J. Be Pickett last Thursday. six weeks, end of first semester The fire siren sounded at 5:45 a.m. last Thursday morn- December 21 Teacher Inservice ing. The fire was at the W. W. Clendennan home. It was January 3 Classes resume after holiday caused by a short in the wiring It looks like Woody will February 1G Classes resume after holiday have to do his carpentering at home some now. Mrs. Alice Lacy of Quanah visited Mrs. Lucy Bishop and February 1,5 End of fourth six weeks April 5 Easter Holidays 3 p.m. and end of fifth six weeks. Mrs. Lelia Moffitt Thursday of last week. April 15 Teacher inservice Mr and Mrs. R. L. Stone of Canadian visited their par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Ansil Adamson and Mr. and Mrs. Burr April 16 Classes resume after holiday :::::::; May 19 Baccalaureate, College Auditorium in Amarillo ' The Hedley Church of Christ closed a very successful May 22 End of sixth six weeks, end of second semester ..... : .... eight day series of meetings Sunday night. Gaylord Cook May 23 Teacher Inservice Congratulates of Stamford was the evangelist. May 24 Teacher inservice, report card day, graduation, Mrs. Nancy Ritchie of Hereford was here for the weekend college auditorium with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hinds. Dr. and Mrs. Clifford WhRmore and children, Julie and DEWEY MYERS & SON on their Mark, of Harrison, Ark.,visttedMrs. MyrtellaDeahlthe past week. two new homes just completed ,00oo 00 00o0000uro,.o.o, Lloyd Leggitt, passed away in the Hall County Hospital in Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Price, Mr. and Memphis last Friday. Memorial services were conducted Mrs. Dean Singleton and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie McAnear Saturday afternoon at the First United Methodist Church in following the dedication of the Donley County Feed Lots. We're proud to have furnishe Memphis withPastor-JohnM. Dornoffictating. Interment was in the I.O.O.F. Cemetary at Lakeview with a Masonic Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tunnell and family visited relatives graveslde service. He was a World War II veteran, a mere- in Plainview Sunday. the building supplies for ber of the Memphis AmericanLegionPostandtheLake- view Masonic Lodge. Sympathy is extended to the family. Jon Pickett of Amarillo spent last Tuesday and Wednesday the ne w homes here visiting his grandmother Mrs. J. B. Pickett. Mrs. Edna Wilson arm Mr. and Mrs. Bill Poole of Lelia Lake are visiting their brother Grif Christenson in Big Sp- it ' ' rings this week. ,,,_,_ See WICKES for ALL your Attendance wasgoodatboththemorningandeveningser- fle5 vices at the First Baptist Church of Hedley last Sun- day. Rev. Bob Stanley, Missionary to the Phillippines, took ,n *.e zeP Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moreman and children, Phillip and Me- building supplies hurt! lody, of the J. A. Ranch visited Mrs. Walter Piece and Mrs. Myrtella Deahl last Saturday and Sunday. IF Ir Attendance was good at the Sunday morning service of the Hedley United Methodist Church. Ray Altman had charge of and save m0ne]f .o_.v.c. His scripturereadtngwastakenfrom the Book of Psalms. The responsive reading was "Hear My Prayer, O Lord". A six year perfect Sunday school atten-  dance pin was presented to Susan Couch. Harmonica music  by Ross Springer was the special. Rev. J. W. Rosenberg lume buying gives us low prices, gave hislastsermonforthesummer. Hehasbeenbringing inspiring messages each Sunday morning. The members of the church wish to express their appreciation to both him ; and Mi's. Rosenberg for giving their time to our church. p b efits to th to , and Mrs. Junior Lowe of OklahomaCltyvisltedMr. Injury awazdsof$100,000andmorein we ass en e cus m o Mrs. H. Mobley afewdayslastweek. Mrs. Loweis autoorsportsaccidentsarebecoming Mrs. Mobley's niece, more frequent. Both auto, liability and Happy Birthday to Pearl Moore whose birthday was Wed- personal liability insurance should be We stay up with current market prices,, Monday, July 31st.nesdaY'Rev. j.Augustj. Terrylst" wlllAnd attendt Mrs. J.a pastor'sB" Pickett whose WaSconvention this high damage awards, increased to me,t the greater risk of week at Glorietta Baptist Camp in New Mexico. ICKES0000 LUMBER Mr. andMrs. Fred Carter of Panhandle were at the home  of Mrs. W. A. Pierce this weekend, Mrs. Myrtella Deahi and Dr. and Mrs. Clifford Whitmore attended the Sunday morning service of the First Christian t Church in Clarendon. 4  Mr. and Mrs. Donald Youree of Amarillo attended funeral A. M. Saunders and others last Friday. WALT KNORPP PH. 874-3521 l Texas Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Swinney of Perryton, their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Jones and little twins Nickie ,Lynn and MitzI Gale of Austin have been visiting Mrs. Ruby Leach and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Baker. Don't you know the great-grandparents had a wonderful time.