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October 4, 1973

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The Clarendon Press, October 4, Page 5 Willie Johnson's HEDLEY news this week is 22nd annual Cotton Festival Week away. The next major event of Hedley Cotton the television show Saturday, October 6. It will be KGNC in Amarillo in color on Royce Bodiford's Farm and half hour show. The show was pre-video taped last evening. Appearing on the show will be Hedley's a few Hed!ey men and a lot of pretty girls. Noble and Bill Poole of Lelia Lake were Hedley visitors eek. Welch had a birthday September 28. I Sanders is back on the job after spending four days in with the doctors. Sd Mrs. Dolan Johnson of Boys Ranch were visitors of" Boatrights last week. and Mrs. J. D. Wheeler of Cooper visited Mrs. Lelia Mrs. Lucy Bishop last week. Mrs. Wheeler is a sister Moffitt and Mrs. Bishop. I. Garlon Freeman was in Methodist Hospital in Lubbock a last week. She is at home now and is reported doing Mrs. Claude Bain of Borger was in Hedley last week looking after business and visiting. She visited Mrs. Tommy Bain and Mrs. J. B. Pickett. Mrs. Mary Harris had a birthday thi: x, eek. Congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Newberry of urns Fiat, Okla., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Harmon. Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Pyatt and Mary Margarette of Amarillo spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Howell are spending the week with their daughter and family, the Billy Wilson family in Lubbock. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gillisple St. are in Denver this week. Their three month old baby will receive special treatment in the Children's General Hospital there. Sunday, September 30, a birthday party to celebrate Mrs. T. N. Messer's 90th birthday was at the home in Hedley. All her children were present, a good many grandchildren and some great-grandchildren. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Walker, Carrot Messer, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Messer, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Messer, Mr. and Mrs. Shack Messer, Mr. and Mrs. Dudie Messer and a sister, Mrs. Marjorie Munn, of Calimesh, Calif. A wonderful birthday dinner topped offwith two birthday cakes was enjoyed by all. The last Cotton Festival meeting will be held Thursday night at the Hedley Lions Club Den at 7:30 p.m. WSCS Ladles of Hedley United Methodist Church met at th church Monday afternoon. Sunday was a beautiful day. Good attendance was reported from Hedley Church of Christ, First Baptist Church and United Methodist Church. Troy Wilson was in Hedley Sunday. He is stationed at Ft. Sill, Okla. The Homer Hills visitors last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Neilson and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hill of Memphis. Lou Hurt of Amarillo was a Hedley visitor Monday. He and his Western Bank will furnish the music for the Cotton Festival dance at the Hedley American Legion Hall Saturday night, October 13. Oscar Moore was in Memphis Tuesday and Wednesday Week visiting her sister, Mrs. Godfrey. Holland and Clifford Johnson attended the Wednesday of Memphis Lions Club. They invited everyone County to attend and participate in the Boatright taught in Hedley schools last Wednesday during Mrs. Freeman's absence. and Clifford Johnson put out a few Cotton Festival lot of Cotton Festival propoganda in Memphis last Rieken of Fort Carson, Colo., was a weekend Hedley meeting of the board of directors of Greenbelt will be held at Greenbelt Lake Thursday night, 11. Hedley members of the board plan to attend. Peele of Lelia Lake was in Hedley shopping Saturday. Mrs. Bill Johnson of Memphis visited the Clifford Thursday of last week; White of Quail was a Hedley visitor Saturday. He will his wagon and team of mules to the festival and they will in the Grande Parade which will be Saturday, October The mules are three years old, their names are Shot lnd Snow Ball. They have been favorites in most area Lemond of Childress was a Hedley visitor last week. be back for the festival. of Big Spring passed away last week and y. He was a brother of Wilson, formerly of Hedley and now of Tyler, and Peele of Lelia Lake. Lions Club was very proud of the trophy they received It reads "First Place Historical Division Hall County Parade 1973". The float entered was "The Cotton designed by Sue Weatherly. Virgil McPherson and Oneil Weatherly and five Festival Queen were riders. Cearley of Graham was a Hedley visitor Saturday. and Mrs. Bob Chaykin were weekend Hedley visitors. here they visited Vernon Patton, the William Mullins ' and others. They were enroute from Miami Beach, Fla., to Nev. Mrs. Chaykin is the former Patti Patton, one of Cotton Festival Queens. (Cobb) Dickson of Panhandle was a Hedley visitor Iedley 1919 Study Club enjoyed a 10 a.m. coffee at last Wednesday. This was the first meeting of 1973-74. After a social for the 12 members present the was declared open by president, Mrs. Tom Wilson. Williams acted as recording secretary pro tern in the Joe Miller. New program books were presented. year is "Time". Business discussed was state Dues were paid for the year 1973-74. A float for parade was discussed and a committee was Mrs. Myrtella Deahl will take the office of The meeting was declared adjourned by the Hostesses for the coffee were Mines. J. S. Hinds, Joe Miller, A. M. Saunders and Myrtella Deahl, the committee. Wilma Snelson is in Hall County Hospital in Memphis. and Mrs. Kenneth Solomon and children of Fritch were in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Woods the past H. G. Hartweil is at home after a week in Amarillo of the illness of her son, James Hartwell. Reeves and Mrs. Willie Johnson visited Miss and her brother, Bud Curtis, in Memphis last Friday. Wanda Pickett and daughter, Beth, of Amarillo visited |. B. Pickett last Sunday. Lions Club met last Thursday night with Mrs. Kate and Mrs. J. M. Baker serving the meal. The heads of all the festival committees reported and all the reports Guests included Preston Grover, Ronnie Fritage and Hill. Wood Sikes and her husband of California were in last Friday visiting friends. She was a former Hedley the daughter of the late A. N. Wood who managed $1.37 Similac Powder Insulin ]C,00e U-8;-"---" 12-1LbCan, $13.42 14 Oz Insulin_lOOMyadee t!_89 'M"'q:"RRgl9;c'W q,.-v,,fk00.RR Iron 00u.uu Pens Vitamins Anacin Arthritis 88 8 Jack Moreman of the JA Ranch; grandparents, Mr. Fred Carter of Panhandle; and their aunt, Mrs. Deahl. Mendenhall is in Hall County Hospital in Memphis. Sad Mrs. Tmvis Bland and Mrs. W. A. Pierce attended for David Latham in Amarillo last Thursday. was a relative of the Bland family. Sympathy is to the family. Pickett and friend, Nancy, of Amarillo visited Mrs. J. B. Sunday. Crawford Sr., .88, suffered a heart attack at his home" Saturday and died at 3:45 p.m. Memorial Seryices at 4 p.m. Monday at Church of Christ in $1.69 10 Blades 1,29 Where you Save $2.19 15 Blades Pharmac Union Gin and Grery. ! l i of Mrs. Dallas Milner were sorry to hear that she away at Bryan, September 24. Mrs. Milner and her PATIENT-AIDS PATIENT-AIDS Vere long time residents of Hedley. ! W HEE'CH::'00'"S I " Sad,. Jes. ,:h have been in Amarillo the pt __ i  11 "here Jess has been receiving medical treatment, nd ..,.,o,, .. s,27122 in McPherson of McLean was a Hedley visitor last week. t 3 years i i i here he and Blackie had the misfortune of the truck in 6  INTENClVI = . _ ,i for dry hands ' against defects in mate- / easy h.andling plus 0 ol J t i O l -' o /lll'lgl *%' rial or workmansh n / douole oar strengin for -It|  [f they were riding running into the back of another truck O I / F'API=" s'-tlIMl I and skin ..,\\;, r ................. ... [ exceptional stabiNty. Ad- 7 .' I iK Withhay. Bryan is limping around but Blackie is reported  [ I . l)k','L. and footrest. The only [ , ls " i ,,....# llxL l ,,,,-,,,,,=,, ,,,,,, u,=,,== justable legs for proper J / Hall County Hospital in Memphis. 0 I Jl[ ..... Y/L \\;V wheelchair with built-in [ height. Available i,n fold- = / i ing model convement for and Mrs. A. E. Ranson attended the wedding in Dallas g I  . got, $1-2- .(1 I L-', tilt in seat and back for [ . '   / ek of Miss Sherrie Lois Wigginton to Richard Bethan. The . I  i ...... lio#*.#  maximum comfort. Ma- i storage or travel.  ']i l tg l[I  I t tt "l/It ilL__ I1  li'\\; I ,xfhr(\\;t\ neuvers easily with little 11 Ilrlll lfi the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wigginton, 8 I  I O UZ ][U UZ 13 UZ k/[   effort. o,0s compact,y I 4 Jw[ tit ldaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Omel Hill, the O I  I _ _ _ IL'fflll,l  'K/' /7 for travel or storage.  i J | I 00900ub, 99 r:.o:-: , e ldewalk rolled up early in Hedley Wednesday night. A Sales and rental .. delegation of Hedley folks attended the pre-taping of the Pestival show over KGNC in Amarillo that mght. It will be I I I ver KGNC in Amarillo Saturday, October 6. e e and Mrs. J. W. Crisler of Amarillo visited in the John Tate ("  " SUnday. . Super Stainless Steel Walter Pierce gave a birthday dinner last Sunday for her hildren, Melody and Phillip Moreman. Their birthdays Razor Blades 17 and 19. Others present were parents, Mr. 99 r S"$1.39 ladssA00leane r 59 Head & Shoulder Shampoo .'- Step Saver i Wax " "ren Satin Glo 18Oz 79 l urniture Polish It i,l/Ol II ilO [ il i l i I !|14Oz 00wels -'--'-----'"-" " Jm; Rolls Daisy Fresh .4 [I A " Spray Starch 22 Oz Final Net Liquid Hair Net co00t Pain Formula !e_r Paper Aqua Net Panty Hose $2.00 . Size D . Each 14 Hair Spray 49 00,39 3 00,99 100 Tablet 'I ez'v ,es