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The Clarendon Press, October 25, Page 10 First-aid classes set in October, November Red Cross First-Aid classes will be held on the next two Sunday afternoons, October 28 and November 4, from 1:30 until 5:30 in the Girl Scout room. Mike McCully, a certified first-aid instructor, will conduct the course. The new multi-media teaching system will be used. With the completion of the two night-hour sessions, each participant will receive an official Red Cross First-Aid card.' The classes are being sponsored by the Clarendon Girl Scout organization, specifically for Girl Scout leaders and other volunteer workers, but all interested persons are invited and ur.ged to attend. Anyone desiring further information may contact Mrs. T. M. Caldwell, neighborhood chairman. Chapel commemorates 83rd anniversary Henderson Chapel C.M.E. Church is commemorating its eighty-third anniversary Sunday, October 28, with Rev. N. G. Gilbert as pastor. The presiding elder will be Rev. Jonah Parker. The purpose of the gathering is to help raise money to put a new roof on the church. The service will begin at 3:30 p.m. and the program will include a prayer service, a scripture reading, songs and a talk on the origin of the Henderson Chapel. The ceremony will wind up with an invitation to Christ. Churches participating besides Henderson Chapel are St. Stephens Baptist Church, the Church of God and Christ and the St. Mark Baptist Church, all of Clarendon; Carters Chapel C.M.E. Church of Amarillo, St. Mark C.M.E. Church of Pampa, and the St. John C.M.E. Church of Wellington. At home with , the joy of Electric living The good life can be lived |n automatic comfort for less when you know how to  get the most for your money, Ask for "Reddy Tips" booklets on how to conserve and save ot i/our WTU office. Live the carefree 1L'.:II .*.,. way with Famous 11"1KJUCLsJr; Electric Alliances See them atWTU Rural development plan revealed AUSTIN--A plan for the development of rural Texas was revealed here this week that includes a recommendation that non-profit water supply corporations be exempt from property taxes. The plan is the result of an 18 month study by the Texas Rural Development Commission and it was made public during the Governor's conference on Rural Development. The conference marked the official end of the Commission's activities. The recommendation related to non-profit water supply corporations is included in the General Government section of the Commission's report. A proposed amendment to the Texas Constitution, number nine, will appear on the November 6 ballot that will give the Texas Legislature the authority to write legislation exempting non-profit water supply corporations from property or ad valorem taxes. Explaining its stand on the issue, the Commission report states, "This taxation, now greatly hindering rural development because of the constraints it places on developing water sources, does not take into account the vital fact that non-profit water corporations are in business just to serve the members domestic water. These corporations are owned by the people they serve and operate in a manner similar to municipal systems and water districts but they are taxed and do not have the power to tax." Other major features of the Commission's report include Economic Development, Housing, Natural Resources, Transportation, Health, Education and Human Resources. Nutrition emphasized This Halloween, take a nutritious treat to the dinner table, suggests Mrs. Gwendolyne Clyatt. "Prepare a favorite recipe for chill con came," the consumer msLvketing information specialist, Texas Extension Service, Texas A&M University System, instructed. "Top each piping hot bowl of chili with a slice of American cheese cut in the shape of a pumpkin or Jack-o-lantern. "Don't worry about wasting cheese. Just blend the scraps into the ehill--stirring over low heat until the eheese melts," she added. J ............... II----I ...................................................... ; ..... ( Clarendon Cattle Co., Inc. { Now offering for the good winter grazing season ahead, pre-conditioned stacker cattle. Available on the gain or buy back deals. FI NANCI NG AVAI LABLE! See us for any of your cattle needs. The market has just about stabilized Buy light cattle and stay in the business. eagan Bain 874-2392 David Gulll Chester Moore. Stockyards 874-3901 We have a limited number of good, young stockcows, Age guaranteed. See or Call CLARENDON CATTLE CO., William M. [Bill] Porter 874-3314 874-23(00 INC. Willie Johnson's HEDLEY There was so much festival activity last week many names were omitted from last week's news. Otis Owens said he had two brothers at the festival and Sam Sanders said he had a few additional sons-in-law and their families here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grimsley and son from the Wichita Falls area were here both Friday and Saturday of the festival. Both Paul Hulsey, chief of the arillo Police Department and Curt Richhis; ch')ef of the Amarillo Fire Department attended the festival. Billy Clifford Johnson of Corpus Christi visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johnson, Monday and Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Sanders of San Diego, California, have been here most of the week visiting the Sam Sanders family and the A. G. Alexanders in Memphis. Booker Shaw had a birthday last week. Happy Birthday, Booker1 Hedley's Justice of the Peace, Oneil Weatherly, is attending J. P. School in Amarillo this week. Mrs. J. M. Dickson of Panhandle and Mrs. Thee Johnson of Amarillo were in Hedley Saturday visiting relatives and friends. able White of Quail and his wagon and team of mules added a western touch to the Hedley Cotton Festival parade. His mules, Shot Gun and Snow Ball, performed perfectly. Although only three years old they have been in many parades. Jack Wilson of Pampa was a weekend Hedley visitor. W. W. (Bill) Wiggins is reported much improved. We hope he will be home soon. Chuck Hill was in and out of the Hall County Hospital in Memphis last week. Wyndel Hansard visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hansard, last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mac Biffie have been visiting Hadley friends. They are from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Mrs. Mollie Dickson had a birthday last Saturday, October 20th. Congratulations. Miss Myrtle Reeves has returned from Rotan where she has been because of the illness of her sister, Mrs. Ins Harris. She reports Mrs. Harris is' much better. The Unicycle Riders of Hedley Cotton Festival Parade were Doug and Kirk Gifford of Amarillo. They were part of the unit from the Panhandle Boat and Ski Club of Amarillo and Greenbelt Lake. The young ladies riding on the float were Gall Beal, Queen of the Panhandle Boat and Ski Club and her court, consisting of Melody Welty, Nancy Garrett and Summer Lee Webb. This unit travelled a long ways and added a lot to the parade. They won third place. Another parade entry that added a bit of a Greenbelt Lake touch to the parade was the Clarendon College Sportsman Club's boat-float. More such entries are needed to make a well balanced parade. Johnny and Hazel Hill were Sunday Hedley visitors. We are glad to hear that Mrs. Callie Baker is back at home after a few days in the Hall County Hospital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Ansil Adamson invite you to open house Sunday, October 28th, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Their new home is in West Hedley. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stafford attended funeral services at Spur last Thursday for grandmother Karr. Mrs. Karr was the grandmother of Mrs. Bob Stafford, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bridges, Kent and Karen spent the weekend with Mrs. Mabel Bridges. Miss Myrtle Reeves received word that her sister-in-law, Mrs. Helen Reeves, passed away in California October 10th. She was the wife of the late Atlie Reeves. Mrs. Claude Lyle has been in the Hall County Hospital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Solomon and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shaw attended Mr. Solomon's and Mrs. Show's father's funeral in Walters, Oklahoma, last Thursday. Sympathy is extended to the family. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stone of Canadian and Mr. and Danny Stone of Amarillo visited Mr. and Mrs. Ansil and Mr. and Mrs. Burt Stone last weekend. Attendance was good at both the Sunday mornin evening services at the Hedley United Methodist Church. "Laity Sunday" with the leaders of Ross Springer and laymen having a part on the program. Carl Morris brought the message. "Love" was his topic. At the Sunday evening service the younger Laity had service "Special Music." One of the special thoughts out was "Christians Gather for Worship as the Forgiven A brief board meeting was held after the evening The Owl Cafe will have a new manager, effective 1st, Mrs. Janie Mullins. Mrs. Viown Winn will assist her. invite your business. Mrs. Mollie Dickson plans to take a rest and a Jacksboro. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morris of Clarendon were Hedley last Sunday and attended the morning service at the Church. Mrs. Celia Lamberon and Mrs. Elsie Shaw had dinner at the Tom Lambersons in Amarillo Sunday. Mrs. Walter Johnson and her grandson, Roger Gibso Pampa attended funeral services for Richard Dumas last Recently a family reunion was held in the homes of Mr. ! Mrs. J. O. Hoggatt and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Aitman. included Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eager of Quanah, Texas, Mr. Mrs. Joe Glenn Eager and Brocke of Ft. Worth, Texas, Eager and Pam of Amarillo, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest of Phoenix, Arizona, Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Hoggatt Arizona, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hoggatt and Patricia of Ft. Texas, Mr. and Mrs. George Adams and Tiffany of Round Texas and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Park of Round Rock, The November meeting of the board of directors Greenbelt Water Authority is scheduled to be held in Thursday night, November 1. Hedley members of the Virgil McPherson, Fred Stafford and Clifford Johnson attend. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Jones and children Stacy, Mistie Mfckie visited their grandparents, Mrs. Ruby Leach and Mr. Mrs. J. M. Baker last week. Attendance was good at both morning and evening the Hedley First Baptist Church last Sunday. Mrs. Ed Morton and Forest spent the weekend in with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sanders report a full house only son and only daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. "lracy of San Diego, California were present. Also their nine daughters, eight of the nine sons-in-laW twenty-three of their twenty-seven grandchildren. Mrs. Mildred Shaw and Randy visited Mr. and Mrs. Amarillo Sunday. Mr. James is Mrs. Shaw's brother. Myrtle Kirkpatrick and Willie Johnson shopped in Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Sounders have returned from a trip to San Juan, Colorado. They were accompanied by Mr Mrs. Herbert Clay. While on the trip they visited Mr. Ray Killian at Farmington, New Mex., went to see the Ruins, saw a lot of snow and brought back some apples b t deer. All businesses in Hedley were open Monday except thei office and bank. Mrs. Beulah Sanders visited her children in Dimmitt last week. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Terry and children of Shallow visited Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Terry last week. Melvin is son. Mrs . Mabel Bridges and Mrs. Louise Long visited Marshall Stone in the Clarendon Rest Home Saturday. Wtddpoel 2*epeed, 4-cycle eutemutlc wNhm Cool-down care for "-------nnnull '.ll0 U waa.e,..n,,..n permanent press 3 water level selections 4 wash/dnse water tamp. Model I.AA 6700 selections; Soak setting \\; Three Hadley High School girls have entered the annual cotton boll national Endure Queen Contest in Memphis. They are Shauna White, Geneva Nayior and Vivian McQueen. The coronation ceremonies will be held at 8 p.m. next Saturday night at the Memphis Community Center. Mrs. Jack Haggard and little daughter were Hedley visitors last Friday. The beautiful patriotic float entered in the Hadley Cotton Festival Parade by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Memphis American .Legi6n won second place. The ladies night banquet of the Hedley Lions Club this t Thursday mght has been moved up 30 minutes. It will start at 8 p.m. Mrs. Edythe Bain spent her birthday With her brother, Clayton Mann, and family in Clarendon the past weekend. The Hedley Lions Club and the Security State Bank of Hedley plan to enter floats in the annual Cotton Boll Enduro Parade in Memphis this Saturday. Parade time is 3 p.m. Mrs. Lucille Franklin is in the Hall County Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Martha Sue Noel spent SatUrday with the Harry Boatrights. The W.S.C.S. met Monday afternoon at 3 p.m. at the Hedley United Methodist Church. The second lesson taken from the "book "The Healing Fountain" was led by Alea Altman. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Brown of Vernon visited the T. J. Cherrys Sunday. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bob Moffitt of Pampa, Mrs. Omie Simmons and Hobart Moffitt made a sight-seeing drive in Oklahoma. They were at Quartz Mountain Lodge, drove to the top of Mt. Scott and through the game preserve near Cache and Lawton, Oklahoma. The Hadley High School boys basketball team won their aoma opening game at McAdoo last Friday night but the Hedley girls 2 full-size revolving spray arms. silverware basket lost their game by one point. Both the McAdoo boys and girls in oor will play Hadley here this Friday night. The first game will start Rinse conditioner dispenser at 7 p.m. Super Wash and Rinse-Hold cycles parcels n-enameled tub Scout troop makes 209" Halloween plans WhldpooI budget-mlcled 6-/cle auto. matl dP/r Cool-down care for washable ktiJ and permanent press Handy TUMBLE PRESS contrOl 3 dr'#ing temp. sel6cttons Up to 75 rain. drying tin'to sl5O0r Model LakE STO0, Msctrlc Girl Scout Troop 113 met last Thursday. The troop has been making center pieces for Halloween and completed them last week. Plans were made to have a spook house October 31, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at 10 cents per person. It will be held at OSBURN 307 West Fourth Street. All fifth and sixth grade girls are urged to come join the Scouts. Members of Troop 113 are Becky Hill, Lisa MeAnest, Jamie McAnear, Starla Mann, Sherilyn Walker, Paula Helms, Kim Anderson, Jenny Dunn, Jenny Deyhle, Sharen Owens, Lori ;I Tucker, Renee Casper, Gina Land, Barbara Holeman and Laurie Alexander. Troop leaders are Peggy Anderson, Pat MeAnest and Vera Tucker. ":ure & App Clarendon,