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The Clarendon Press,September 13, Page S Willie Johnson's HEDLEY tnd Mrs. T. J. Hansard of Jakarta, Indonesia, who have Mrs. V. A. Hansard, the Wayne Hansards and and friends left last Friday. T. J. is a charter y Lions Club. He said he was glad to hear that major projects the Hedley Lions were working on when the McLean Highway and the Greenbelt Dam, were Behrens of Clarendon was a Hedley visitor Tuesday. Pickett and son, John, of Amarillo were here to see B. Pickett last week. Bairfield of Clarendon was a Hedley visitor last Birthday to Mrs. Zelphia Cooper. Her birthday was 7. Mrs. Joe Miller have bought a home on 17th Street in ttOuthly meeting of Greenbelt Water Authority in Hedley well attended. Twenty-one were served in Hedley Lions Club Den. Towns represented Hedley were Howardwick, Clarendon, Memphis, and Croweli. Mrs. Harold Mithlemon, Chad and Heiti of Arlington Ella Kirkpatrick and Myrtle Kirkpatrick last weekend. are 10 Hedley high school girls running for Hedley IFestival Queen. Their names and sponsors will be ready t Week's issue of The Press. Dorothy Wilson Tisdale is Queen of Cotton. r Pullum, a former Hedley resident now of Amarillo, was Hedleys streets Saturday. willo visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy McKee Weatherlys over the week. school holiday Monday, September 17, due to a meeting in Wheeler. Letha Springer has charge of the ortion of the program. to Louie Bogue. His birthday was September and a good service was reported by the J. Terry of First Baptist Church of Hedley last Sunday. September 6, Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Terry attended services for Mrs. Lora Denton Garrison, a long time of theirs. Rev. Terry assisted in the services which were in Steed Memorial Chapel at Portales, N. M. to Mrs. Celia Lamberson. Her birthday is 13. Stevens of Memphis was a Hedley visitor Saturday. He four miniature bales of cotton to send to relatives in Dakota and Wyoming. tad Mrs. Ben Biaekwell of Amarillo visited Mrs. J. B. tlast Thursday. They were enroute to Fort Worth because rious illness of Dr. Blackweli's brother, Harry Blackwell, lnce passed away. Doherty was in and out of Hall County Hospital in last week. McPherson of McLean was a Hedley visitor last Christine Cooksey of Whiteface was in Hedley the past help her mother, Mrs. Zelphia Cooper, celebrate her d Mrs. James Duke and little daughter were in Hedley They now live in Clarendon. Simmons is in Hall County Hospital in Memphis. Sweethearts and the Springers have the program Monday nights McLean Lions Club Ladies Night meeting will be honoring the facualty of McLean Yes, the Hedley Cotton Festival will be mentioned. and Mrs. Burt Stone spent last weekend in Canadian the R. L. Stones. prevented taking the Cotton Festival special float to for their Collingsworth County Fair opening parade However the ten festival queen contestants and Were able to attend and report a good fair regardless of 'Week's rainfall in Hedley was about 3% inches. It was to crops, gardens, flowers, grass and weeds. Steele of Memphis spent last Sunday with her Mrs. Dottle Bogue. tnd Mrs. Frank Lindsey St. are spending their vacation relatives and points of interest in Kansas and . Faye Howell has returned to her home in Dalhart after a visit with her sister, Mrs. John Tate. services were conducted in Borger last Wednesday Whiteside who was killed in a one car accident Monday, as the son of the late JohnWhiteside Sr., who time farmed east of Hedley. His mother and sister, now Mrs. Delbert Kinsey, live in Hereford. was an increase in attendance at Hedley United Church Sunday morning service. Mrs. Peggy Watt Sharon Stafford gave the special. Rev. Ted Dotts, of Pampa served the communion and the Kathy Pigg, gave a good sermon. returned to her home in Albuquerque, after a two weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Welch E. Welch of Claude, Wade Welch of Wellington, Mr. C. J. Welch of Clovis, Tommy Moore of Lubbock and of Amarillo. Norma Selvidge of Clarendon College will give a 15 PrOgram at Hedley Lions Club this Thursday night. The :Will begin at 7:30 p.m. After the regular meeting, zone Doty, of Howardwick, will preside over a zone revival meeting will start at First Baptist Church in September 19. Rev. Bryan Knolles of Martin Baptist Will do the preaching and Jack Leeper of Clarendon will e Fair to honor Medicare reci " to Rex B. Baxter, General Manager of the Tri-State will once again honor Medicare beneficiaries in the area. said that Thursday, September 20, has been "Medicare Day." On that day all persons having Will be admitted to the fairgrounds free Of charge their Medicare card. A $1.00 discount will also be of any ticket for the 5:30 p.m. performance Anderson Show. C. Briggs, manager of Amarillo Social Security Office, are 22,000 persons living in the Panhandle eligible for Briggs added that his office will have a special zn the north end of the Commercial Exhibits Building fair. It will be manned each evening from 6:30 to . and all afternoon and evening, 12:30 to 8:30 p.m. on ," and Saturday. Questions regarding Medicare subjects will be answered and free literature Mac Wilkerson of Clarendon and a friend of Mona, Ark., Brock, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Calvip Ashcraft afternoon. lead the singing. Morning service will be at 10:30 a.m. Prayer service at 7:30 p.m. and preaching at 7:45 p.m. Mrs. Modina Hill and Mrs. Thetis Taylor attended memorial services for Gus Morrison Monday in Tucumcari, N. M. Mr. Morrison was Mrs. Hill's uncle. Mrs. Clarence Welch and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Neeley of Quail have returned from a weekend trip to San Angelo where they visited Mrs. Minnie Welch Blasengame, a sister of Clarence Welch. The Hedley Post of the American Legion met Tuesday night. A free supper of cold cuts was served. The drive for 1974 members is progressing. About twenty members have paid their dues in advance for next year. Mrs. Elva Davis visited in Amarillo Sunday. Hedley hopes to have several units in the parade at Memphis Saturday, September 15, including the 10 festival queen candidates. The parade opens the Old Settlers Reunion and picnic September 15-16. Clifford Johnson made a business trip to Clarendon Monday. The Hedley Cotton Festival Boosters will be at Western Plaza Shopping Center, Interstate 40 at Western in Amarillo Saturday, September 22. They will be in the Mall from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. that day. Planning to attend will be the festival queen or alternate queen, the ten queen candidates, the Singing Sweethearts and the Springers and as many Lions or other festival boosters as are able to go. They will take the bale of cotton, a cotton float and cotton promotional material for background. Carol and Leon Ward of Panhandle were here over the weekend visiting the Junior Hills and the Wards. Troy Joe Guy of Memphis was a Hedley visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore visited with Mrs. Ida Hutchenson in Memphis Sunday. Sammie Crawford of Memphis, a former Hedley resident, was here last week lining up a western band for the cotton festival. Game Warden C. C. Carter of Clarendon was a Hedley visitor Monday. He reported a lot of doves but not as many hunters as usual last weekend. Glendon Cherry of Amarillo was here to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. 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