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November 8, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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The Clarendon Press, November 8, Willie Johnson's HEDLEY The Hedley High School girls lost their basketball game at tiartley Friday night. However, the boys won by a good margin. Ilioth the Owls and Owlettes will be playing high school teams ihere this Friday night. Mrs. Elva Davis attended a Davis family reunion at the Gene l)avis home in Amarillo Sunday. While there, she also visited her children. Miss Ava Naylor, Mr. and Mrs. T.E. Naylor and Tommy Naylor attended funeral services in Portales, New Mexico, for Joe Naylor, a brother of Miss Ava Naylor. Sympathy is extended to the family. At the November meeting of the board of directors of the Greenbelt Water Authority held in Crowell November 1, the authority agreed to lease the 227 acre tract below the dam to the [baldy County Living History Commission for a period of 28 ars. Mrs. Norton Selvidge of Clarendon College is chairman of e commision. "Those who face the music may some day lead the band." Mrs. Dannie Bernardin visited Mrs. Rill Ray, who is in an Amarillo hospital for tests. She also visited her niece, Mrs. Kay 'lexander, while she was there. R.H. Alexander visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alexander, the past weekend. Rev. and Mrs. Billy Wilson and laughters, Ginger and Angle, of Pampa, were in Hedley for the !q.'.ember 3 wedding of Jean Wood and Steve Stafford. was hosted by Mesdames Marjorie Baile, Lynn Grover, Jean Martin, Verda Hinds, Merelene Sargent, Zora Stephens, Dorothy Brinson, Dannie Bernardin, Do'ttie Bogue,. Eva Hansard, Louise Stewart, Betty Morgan and Miss Myrtle Reeves. Pre.weddlng socials for Miss Jean Wood, bride-elect of Steve Stafford, included a lingerie shower in the Fellowship HuH of the Hedley United Methodist Church Wednesday evening, hosted by the M.Y.F. and sponsors. On Thursday evening, a bridal shower was held at the beautiful home of Mrs. Farris Martin. Many guests registered and there was a display of the many gifts received. The shower SUBSCRIBE TO THE CLARENDON PRESS PHONE 874-3641 Page 5 i AJAx "n Doyle Messer, Hedley Ag teacher, reports that the FFA Green and Quiz Team placed first in the Greenbelt Leadership COntest at Clarendon College Saturday, November 3. The aembers of the team are Stewart Messer, John Lemley, Randy ghaw and Grif Stearns High individual goes to Stewart Messer tie placed first in the entire Greenbelt District The team goes to Plainview this Saturday, November 10 to compete for honors in the Top of Texas FFA Greenhand Quiz Contest. Congratulations to the team and their sponsor. Welcome home to Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Wiggins after his long lness in St. Anthony's Hospital in Amarillo. Mr. Wiggins was thin to make the trip home Saturday. Jeff Wiggins of Houston Johnson No More Tears  e  250 ? Gr l a illbe staying with them for awhile. Baby Shampoo .... ,, tv Hose Pr 11l lip Aspr,n Tablets "tot ltappening at the Hedley United Methodist Church Nov. 10 is tyuth rally" Thiswillbe spiritual' fellwship and recreatinal I 121/20z __.]d_ Gleem-".._.__. __ ._.__. i__i..___i_..ii 70z ----nn i- 100 Chewable 250 Mgm Q'Q; id will be lead by Hideo Takemura and Kathy Duke. We urge ill the youth of Hedley and surrounding communities to come / I[l-Ill  d take. part. . Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Boliver of Amartllo were here for the t AIRIHF:{?-q" Wake up tomorrow Toothpaste uutt Vitamin C oo9 *eekend to help Mrs, E.C. Boliver celebrate her birthday. It was SUnday, November 4. Congratulations to Mrs. Boliver. I  without all that -- ----- --- -------- . Herlie Moreman s sister from California is visiting Herlie and I " stiffness! ^- nn. 100 Natural 400 Units abe, eP lliffie Grace Moreman this week. binday .Myrtle Kirkpatrick and Willie Johnson shopped in Memphis I t [ A[tnd[|B } that is so strong you cantake itlesso'"e'""'"'r ",',  en:0oo, .,o cope 24 Oz ]{]{. ,,.. _ . _ _ kt UpS 6 Mrs. Ruby Samson of Dallas has returned home after a nice I still vake up in the morning without a,I th.e pain's l 1 y vitamin l: o.oo I [ IruIIt"uY.7, ] stiffness. Yet so gentle you can take it on an    10ng visit with her uncle, Clyde Hoggard, and family and Hedley I I ........... [ empty stomach. Arthritis Pain Formula "tr [ridSopen house Sunday November 4, at the Ferris Martin,s on [  $2 29 Lotion 7Oz qO Y *L,OO .ain Street in Hedley was from 3 to 6 p.m. lt was hosted by ! t t  l Ynathne:Aoka2i! fTablets'.. .., ,Jergen iliA, .. - fit} O0 t ,o,.oo us .  aoec 100 Hesdames Patsy Adcock, Barbara Morris, Louise Stewart, Linda PaYne, Marsha Pierce, Jackie Stafford, Verda Hinds, Judy lendennan, Wilma Snelson, Mary Ruth White, Sharon heatly, Mildren Clendennan, Margaret Holland, Sue eatherly, Jo Booth, Molly Dickson, Sharon Stafford, Joyce " Oodard, Nell Gamble, Dorothy Brinson, Janie Mullins and I t" -- ssie Wood" A beautiful mney tree was presented bY the i  Th OStesses. Many other beautiful gifts were presented. Some 60 e ests were registered. ' Balias.' Mrs' Omie Simmns is visiting her sister' Mrs. GradyArnold,, if ] 4911Ma000x N 21 IHaal0x Ho 11! f Mr, and Mrs. Bud Johnson of Stratford, Oklahoma, have oeen iiting the Walter Johnsons. 0, ' [ Mrs. Clara Fitzgibbons is visiting aniece in Colorado. ! ! gift ):: .... " II I I !1 [ heHe'ey Lions Club will meet at 7 P'm" this Thursday I ,'l,..,o...,--Itrs'LuieLngvisitedPaulLairinSt'Anthny'sHspitalin II Q"U( -- 3/$10011, [I [! [. arilio Saturday of last week. She reports Paul has been flIMMELLE  Air Freshener l[ r I I I! I Tleedle;'Post of the American Legion will observe the [ditional November 11 Veterans Day.Since November 11 falls I Sunday, they will hold open house for all area veterans from i We have a brand new selection of [11 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 12. The post now has a paid in advance K ! watches by Bulova dust in time fo [tenabership for 1974 of 51. All members who have not paid 1974 i the season's gift events. See us to Ihes by that date are considered delinquent. All veteran graves we'll show you the newest, fashions. , the L SOl  ra tao p the Rose-Hedley cemetary wil be decorated by the post. II ?eltfhaturYUl?e?tn-jeweld!he LySOlipray tatar} ::r  II II ! Bi-II Peele of Lelia Lake was a Hedley visitor Monday. i' Mrs. Roy.Cherry of Clyde, Texas, passed away at her home II lI From $10.95 ] nday mrning" Funeral arrangements are pending" Mr" and II . _ N  with Lemon Oil 18Oz Ubl --in,,I ! .......... NN,t,I| | .T.J. Cherry plan to attend the serviees. Sympthyis II SatinGIo Ae IMended to the family. | Mendayl. the day to phone 856-3471to turn in your news. i{{,;! l ro_soLlO00 t I O00lGtl ,Fred Stafford, Virgil McPherson and Clifford.Johnson brac':!:"==   ; ;m, mmmn ]r ! Iended the Greenbelt Water Authority meeting in Crowell ' "" ., _, t I -/ILl enta ervlce |"tUrsday night oflastweek. * i.,leage 14 Oz ,[ I ,/- Fully Electric Hospital Bed ] Rev. and Mrs. J.J.Terry visited in Matador last Thursday. I" Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sarpolas of Amarillo visited the Harry  3 Motor By Future iatrights last Saturday. 7 Speed ]lt eek. |. Mrwand Mrs. F.D. Pollard of Dumas visited Mrs. Oscar Moore or f Manual Hospital Bed By Future [i ..... Silver dial. Domed effect case, Brown strap Blender Mat No. $22.95 \\; "Mdicore Note: For those who are covered and qualify, Med- icare pays a largo percentage of the reasonable costs or charges --- after the deductible amount in each calendar year. Both are molded tn polypropylene. Contoured fit  warm to the touch. Easy to clean  resists atain and can withstand extreme, eteriltzing heat, __c_._ 7 Candy Stripe textured strap. D )g -- Cat Collars Mat No. PA Where. you Save Pharmac SYmpathy is extended to the Naylor and Bain families for the tenant passing of Mrs. George Bain Sunday. Hostesses for the recent open house at Mr. and Mrs. Ansil am ' . son s were Mesdames Myrtle Kirkpatrick, Elsie Shaw, abel Bridges, Omie Simmons, Mildred Shaw and Willie hnson. Mrs. Clifford Johnson spent Sunday in Matador with Charles ,Teal Johnson and family. Also Biilly Clifford and Estelle thnson of Corpus and Ricky Johnson of Texas Tech were there. theMr, and Mrs. Brownie Quisenbery spent the weekend with ir son, Dr. Jack Quisenberry and children in Childress. : Mr. and Mrs. Preston Grover and little daughter have moved olorado. We regret to see them move. Mr and Mrs. Roy D. gg have moved here to take the Grover s place on the W.T. ee cattle farm. Winfred Doherty is in an Amarillo hospital this week. Virgil McPherson and Clifford Johnson returned home Sunday ter visiting Lower'.,, Johnson in Jacksboro Friday and Saturday. The J.C. Uptons of Amarillo were here for the weekend siting Mr. and Mrs. Roy McKee. [Mrs. Ed Morton reports her son Edward Morton of Rend, Vada, is doing fine after his surgery, October 24. lr. and Mrs. Jim Jackson and children were in Hedley for the, ekend. They are from Ft. Sill, Oklahoma, to attend the -dding of Jan Wood and Steve Stafford. [ Wilma Sneison is in the Hall ounty Hospital in Memphis. ! JVir. and Mrs. Oscar Alexander of Albuquerque, New Mexico [re here Friday and Saturday visiting Mrs. Dannie Bernardin. ! e ladies are sisters. 1'hle meeting day and time has been changed by the W.S.C.S. adies will meet at the Hedley United Methodist Church h Tuesday at 2"30 p.m All interested ladies are urged to tttend. " " Troy Wilson of Ft. Sill was a weekend Hedley visitor. We have just learned that Angela Ruth Messer, daughter of t,"' and Mrs. Doyle Messer, is pledging Zita Rho Social Club at ilene Christian College Angela is a so homore Business "UUc " P ation major. Ide Brownie Quisenberry family wish to say thank you for all i dness offered them in the loss of their daughter-in-law. Water resistant Royal blue dial. Stainless steel. (