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November 1, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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The Clarendon Press, November 1, Page 12 the annual Sul Ross College Rodeo at Alpine, Texas this past weekend. Over 350 contestants vied for honors which gave Sul Ross first place in the boys division and the girls from Eastern New Mexico University a first place in the female competition. Competition was keen in all events, featuring some of the best intercollegiate rodeoers in the nation. Clarendon College is a member of the Southwest Region of NIRA, the largest region in the United States. The Southwest Region Champion usually wins or places in the top three each year at the National Finals. In the riding events, Clarendon College looked very strong with three students completing bull rides and three bareback riders completing he eight seconds. Librarians hold meeting The M. K. Brown Civic Center in Pampa was the site for the District II Texas Library Association meeting on Saturday, October 27. Attending the meeting from Clarendon was Mrs. Dick Delaney, Mrs. Dema Justice, and Miss Sara Cline. Highlights of the meeting included an address by Dr. Lloyd I. Watkins, President of West Texas State University. The afternoon session covered Supreme Court decisions on Obscenity: Libraries and local options. The panel consisted of Dr, Fred C. Pfister, Texas Womens University at Denton; Dr. Hannah J. Junkie of TWU; Mr. Bruce Aycock, City Attorney at Amarillo; Mr. Don Lane, Trustee, Lovett Memorial Library at Pampa. Election of officers was held and Miss Sara Cline, librarian at Clarendon College, was elected to serve as District II Treasurer for 1974-75. 4 ) I, k l, ' 4  Hosea Garrett Services held Services for Hosea Garrett, 95, who died Sunday afternoon at Vaile-Hi Inn Nursing Home in Del Rio, was at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the First Baptist Church here. Dr. James O. Brandon, pastor, officiated. Interment was in Citizens Cemetery under the direction of Murphy Funeral Home. Mr. Garrett, who was born September 26, 1878, at Bonham, Texas was a Iongtime resident of Boise City, Okla. He was owner and manager of the Cimarron Abstract Company, and was a member of the Masonic Lodge at Boise City. He was a Baptist. He married the former Julia Hunt of Clarendon, who died May 9, 1969. Mr. Garrett had lived in Del Rio since 1970. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Florence E. Mode of Del Rio and Mrs. Mary Kraintz of Marysville, Calif.; one son, John H. Garrett of Boise City; five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were Loyd Johnson, Joe Lovell, Leroy Leathers, Joe Bownds, P. C. Messer and Troy Guy. Directors meet The Greenbelt Water Authority directors will meet in CroweU this Thursday night, November 1st. A cookout will he held at the Henry Black Ranch beginning at 6:30 p.m. with a business meeting following. Memorial Service Set The Progress and Living Memorials committee of the First United Presbyterian Church wishes to invite the public to the 13th annual memorial service on Sunday, November 4th, at 9 a.m. in the Sanctury. At this service the memorials received during 1973 will be presented for dedication. Willie Johnson's HEDLEY 4  el' J, Hedley people were shocked with the news of the death by drowning of the 17 month old baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Boehning. The accident occurred at their farm home just out of Canyon last Monday, October 21st. The mother is the former Almita Sue Tidwell of Hedley. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tidwell. Sympathy is extended to the family. The Hedley High School girls and boys basketball teams won their games with the McAdoo High School teams here Friday night by good margins. They play out of town games this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Cherry of Amarillo and Howardwick visited the T. J. Cherrys Sunday. ".., ,M-and Mrs. Joe W6bdannounce the approaching marriage 'o"f their daughter Jean t Stephen Stafford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stafford of Amarillo on Saturday, November 3rd at 7 p.m. at the Hedley United Methodist Church. Mrs. CaUie Baker, 69, passed away in Hedley Tuesday, October 23rd. Memorial services were conducted at the Hedley Church of Christ at 3 p.m. Thursday, October 25th, with minister Bright Newhouse officiating. Internment w. as in the Quail Cemetery at Quail, Texas. Sympathy is extended to the family. Former Hedley Groceryman, Dutch Vallance of Memphis was a Hedley visitor last Wednesday. A meeting of Zone 2 Region IV Lions International will be held at the Clarendon Lions Club Den Tuesday night of next week, November 6th. The zone consists of the Lions Clubs of' Howardwick, Hedley, Memphis, Lakeview and Clarendon. Zone chairman Glenn Doty of Howardwick will be in charge of the meeting. The Deputy District Governor over this zone is Allen Estlack of Clarendon. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence (Red) DeBord of Stratford visited Mrs. Louise Long and Hedley friends Saturday. -- FF : CHAMBERLAIN MOTOR CO ion 1973 cars at 00Wueii00: aJU:tA;00lC:ieV00:w20 00ae:t:ry 1 ex c I ea , have new-car factory warrant00es. They're , JuSt like new, but we will discount these cars a bunch, some up to $2,000 OFF, others with proportionate discounts. Here is your opportunity to own a late-model pre-Owned Cream-Puff. These are one-owner, Iow-mileage:l luxury cars. They are coming in fast and we need to move them. 1973 Cadillac Sedan DeVille (We sold this car) Nice ELECTRA LIMITED HARDTOP SEDAN CENTURY 350 COLONNADE HARDTOP COUPE 1973 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham 13,000 Miles Like New 1973 Cadillac Sedan DeVlile 16,000 Miles A Real Beauty See to Appreciate Local, 1-owner G01d - White vinyl top  1973 Pontiac 1973 Ford ' Grand PrLx Torino Wagon ' White on White 3,200 Actual Miles :::,:,' stl00l'.0000r0000"lPl,-mber-laintxres t, aa Motor Coiiiiia , BUICK-.PONTIAC-.OLDsMQBILL-CADILLAC--OPEL--GMC Many others to choose from. All of our  1973 Olds , 1973 Olds 1973 Olds Toronado Toronado Regency 9 13,000 Miles 6,000 Actual Miles Low Mileage Burgandy,. Like New Loaded , ' A True Luxury, Car ', Two 1972 Olds 1972 Impala 1972 Pontiac , c Luxury Sedans, Custom Coupe Lemans Sport Coupe lat.e-model used cars ca.rry warranties. Hurry whtle these cars are sttll avatlable. h, Ali Air aa ........ ---- aittALttt AIgAAAAA A AAAAAA AA AA AA AAA A A A AA A AAAA A AAAA VVVVVFVVVVVVV'FVVFVVVVVVTVVVVVVVVTTVTVVVVVVVVVVVV'V'VV''VV''VVTTTVVVVVV -- Mrs. Cheryl Gale and children and Mrs. Wanda daughter Beth of Amarillo visited Mrs. B. Pickett Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Jeffers left for Texas, where they will attend their 1 lth famil, a weeks visiting. Mrs. Eloise Spalding and Mrs. Geneva Kenny their niece Carol to Houston for a check up last Former McKnight resident Clarence (Fat) Clarendon was a Hedley visitor Friday. Conrad Berry of Ft. Worth passed away last services were conducted at the Glen Rose Baptist Worth Sunday. He was a brother of Willie Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stephens were weekend A boy's boxing tournament will be held in Saturday evening. That event is sponsored by Lions Club. Several Hedley boxers plan to Mrs. Horace Duvall of Lakeview and daughter visited Mrs. Alva Simmons and other Hedley She commented on how nice the front of her building looked after it had been redone. Former Hedley banker K. S. Wooldridge of Hedley visitor last Tuesday. The Hedley 1919 Study Club met in the home of Sunders Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Cullen Myrtella Deahl were co-hostesses. The Wilson, opened the meeting at 3 p.m. with the collect in unison. Minutes of the September meeting were read without correction. Old and new business was was decided to take an advertisement in the Hedley Annual. The report of the parlimentarian was Myrtella Deahl and the report of the treasurer was Omie Simmons. Verda Hinds gave an article Mrs. Nettle Miller gave a report on her visit to Delicious refreshments were served to 1S Mr. and Mrs. Herlie Moreman visited the the St. Anthony's Hospital in Amarillo last Tuesday. Wiggins was reported up and learning to walk again i months. Paul Lair was reported still in a critical Mrs. Jack Quisenberry of Childress passed in a Dallas hospital after a long illness. She was Jack Quisenberry, daughter-in-law of Mr. and Quisenberry and granddaughter-in-law of Mrs. In addition to the relatives, Hedley friends services for her in Childress Friday included Reeves, Mesdames J. J. Terry, Dannie Johnson, Graham Brinson, Mary Ruth White, Rev. and Graham Brinson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hunter of Pampa were Sunday. The Donley County entries in the Cotton Memphis !ast Saturday included the entry from the Club of Clarendon College and the Greenbelt Donley Feed Lot float, the Hedley Lions Club float, from the Security State Bank of Hedley, the Agency float and the Hedley Riding Club. This the beauty of the parade. A. G. Alexander of Memphis was a Hedley Mrs. A. M. Saunders entered the Hall County Memphis Thursday of last week. Mrs. J. B. Pickett's company last Thursday Pickett and Mrs. Vilitte Dawson of Amarillo and Ferner of Long Beach, California. Carl Reid is reported in the Hall County Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Farris Martin and son Butch have home in Hedley they purchased fro(m Mr..and ] Adamson. Welcome to Hedley. Mrs: Lucile Franklin is still in the Hall County Memphis. Her condition is reported serious. The Eastern Star Friendship dinner held in the Club Den last Saturday night was well attended from out of town. The Hedley American Legion Post's membership close on the traditional Veterans Day, November now has a paid in advance membership for 1974 of The 1973 post membership was 84. Roy Ritchie of the Chamberlain Community Hedley visitor. State representative Phil Cates of Lefors was a Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Shelton of Houston are Clay this week. In the home of Mrs. Mollie Dickson for the Mrs. Ann Quisenberry at Childress Friday were Mickel of Denver, Colo., Mrs. May Wilson and Mr. Thomas of Amarillo and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. daughter Linda of Panhandle. Mr. and Mrs. Dearmond Peabody and family Mrs. Louise Long Sunday. A W.S.C.S. meeting was held at the Hedley Church at 3 p.m. Monday, October 29th to continue "The Healing Fountain." Open house was held at the new home of Mr. Adamson Sunday afternoon. Those helping the new home were their daughter and family, Stone, granddaughter Judy, grandson Dannie Fall decor was carried out. The register table was tangerine linen cloth centered with a beautiful mums. Presiding at the table was June. The serving table was covered with a basket of apples. Punch was served by Judy. Many received. Out of town relatives attending the Ansil house Sunday included Mr. and Mrs. John and their daughter, Vivian Krister, Mr. and Mrs. and daughter Aubrey Blankenship, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adamson and son, all of Mrs. Bill Kilpatrik of Memphis and Mr. and Kress. Happy birthday to Clifford Johnson. He is birthday on November 7th. A siste of Mrs. S. G. Adamson, Mrs, Webb visited here over the weekend. A surprise birthday party was given for Mrs. Wednesday evening, October 24th, by the M.Y.F, Wood and Mrs. Marie Skaggs. At the Hedley United Methodist Church service a good sermon was heard from the pastor, Pigg and special music was given by Mrs. Troy Fred Stafford and Ross Springer. Attendance was that were not there were missed. Sunday attendance was also good at the Christ and the First Baptist Church. The next meeting of the Hedley Lions Club night of next week, November 8th. The meeting p.m. new time. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Jouett and children of the Barney Johnsons Sunday. The Hedley floats in the Memphis parade well. The Security State Bank float designed by placed second, the Highway 287 Care car Sargent placed third and the Donley County placed fourth.