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1 The Cbundon Press, December 13, Page 11 W00llm Johnson s HEDLEY ,. 9 Lucky is the man who has his big car repossessed these days. Mrs. Minnie Blasingame of San Angelo visited Mr. and Mrs. Welch last week. She is a sister of Mr. Welch. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. RoweU of Anchorage, Alaska, have moved their home in west Hedley for the winter. Mrs. Cheryl Galey and children of Amarillo visited Mrs. J. B. last week. Hedley's Singing Sweethearts, under the direction of Mrs. Springer, gave a concert at the Harrah United Methodist hurch in Pampa Saturday evening at 7:30 p.m. Rev. Billy former pastor of the Hedley United Methodist Church, is the pastor of this church. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Peters and little son of Bradley, Arkansas, in Hedley last week. Her grandfather W. T. Floyd is ill in the Groom Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were conducted for Ronald Scott Freitag, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Freitag at the Hedley Methodist Church at 3 p.m. Thursday, December 6th. he pastor, Mrs. Kathryn Pigg, officiated. He was born 3rd and passed away December 4th. Mrs. Doris Reiken has been released from the Hall County fital in Memphis. Santa Claus will pay his annual visit to Hedl.ey this Saturday, 15th. He is due to arrive promptly at 2 p.m. He will sacks filled with candy, fruit and nuts for all the kiddos. Fred Stafford, Virgil McPherson and Clifford Johnson, who on the board, and Jerry Pachol and Jim Myrick, who the entertainment, attended the Greenbelt Water . meeting at the la e Thursday night of last week. Mr. Mrs. Louie Bogue also attended. l)annie Bernardine and Willie Johnson were in Memphis last Multins celebrated his birthday with a birthday party December 7th. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Mullins. Birthday No. 7 Billy. Myrtle Reeves has returned from an extended visit. She in Denton, Arlington and other points. Rains entered the Hall County Hospital in Memphis dog situation is getting bad in Hedley again. Just throw tt your turkey bones. They will be devoured soon. No pollution. lred and Randy Shaw visited in Chiidress one evening last and Mrs. l.eland Pierce are at home after spending a few in Cousins Home in Memphis. Hedley Fire Department banquet at the Lions Den evening was well attended and enjoyed by all. and Mrs. Don Reiken spent last weekend in Las Vegas, Hedley 42 Club will meet at the home of Beulah Sanders Thursday night at 6:30 p.m. Gifts will be exchanged. the buketb-II tournament in Tulia, the Hedley Owls won Phillips Thursday night and lost to Tulia Friday night. The girls also won their first game and lost their second. This g they had to play against A and AA teams. Ethel Kinslow had a birthday last Friday. gratulations Ethel. Shaw, Celia Lamberson, Mildred Shav and Willie did some Christmas shopping in Memphis Saturday. Hedley shoppers seen there included Mrs. Troy Lemley, Edythe Mann, Mr. and Mrs. Brownie Quisenberry, Mrs. Bridges, Mrs. Sharon Wheatley, Harry Jennings and Viown Winn, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Parks and Mrs. Walter Johnson. It was Santa Claus day in Memphis. Don't forget Santa Claus will be in Hedley this Saturday at 2 p.m. The Hedley Lions Club ladies night Christmas party this Thursday night will begin at 7:30 p.m. Myrtle Kirkpatrick drove Willie Johnson to the doctor in Memphis Friday. Willie's arm is much better. Her column next week will be written right-handed. Dennis Holland of Dodson, Texas, was a Hedley visitor Saturday. He is the immediate past district commander of the American Legion and will be a candidate for state vice-president of the legion in 1975. Mrs. John (Bonnie) Waddell is at home from the Hall County Hospital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. John Adamson of Turkey and Mrs. Mabel Christi of Turkey spent last Monday with Mrs. Alva Simmons. It was John's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Winters of Amarillo spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burt Stone. Mobley Cleaners are open this week. It is nice to see Mr. and Mrs. H. Mobley back in town. First Mrs. Mobley was sick then H. took his turn at it. Short Saunders reports 105 bales of cotton already gathered, one of his best crops. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jeweil of Hereford visited Hedley friends Sunday and Monday. Myrtle Kirkpatrick is working at Moffitt Hardware this week. Mrs. Helen Hanna, 40, of 216 Gallardia,Amarillo,passed away at 3:15 Friday afternoon. She was a sister of Mrs. Madaline Thornberry,who is Clifford Johnson's partner in the Hedley Recreation and Youth Center. She was the wife of Wyley Hanna, who has the coin operated machines at Cherry Drug and was a frequent Hedley visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bridges and children Karen and Kent visited Mrs. Mabel Bridges and Ike Rains Sunday. They are from Amarillo. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Moffitt of Pampa visited Hobart Moffitt Sunday. Mrs. J. F. Skagg is reportedly progressing nicely in Amarillo High Plains Hospital. She suffered a fall and broken hip. Ike Rains in the Hall County Hospital in Memphis likes company. Sunday's company' included C.L. Vanzant and Short Sequin of Wheeler and Mr. Baren of Pampa. The W.S.C.S. Ladies of the Hedley United Methodist Church met in the home of Mrs. Ray Altman last Tuesday. They finished the first chapter study of "The Healing Fountain." They will recess for Christmas until Tuesday, January 1, 1974. Mr. and Mrs. Ion Harmon were i Burns Flat, Oklahoma, last Wednesday on business. Mrs. Mary Lou Agan of Amarillo visited Myrtle Reeves Monday. Mrs. Harry Boatright and Mrs. Dannie Bernardine were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson of Wellington for the annual turkey dinner there. The dinner was served by the ladies of the First United Methodist Church of Wellington. Mr. and Mrs. Barene of Pampa visited Mrs. H. G. Hartwell Sunday. Atte was good at the 11 a.m. hour at the Hedley United Methodist Church Sunday. Advent candles were lighted by Melinda Doherty and Susan Watt during the playing of the prelude by Cliftie Holland. Sharon Stafford and Peggy Watt gave the special. The pastor Kathryn Pigg brought the second of the advent sermons. Attendance was also good at the Hedley Church of Christ and the First Baptist Church of Hedley The third union service will be Sunday evening, December 16th at the First Baptist Church of Hedley. Rev. Kathryn Pigg, pastor of the Hedley United Methodist Church, will bring the message. Everyone is invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Bogue and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rowell attended the ladies night banquet of the Howardwick Lions Club last Saturday night. Last Saturday night the Hedley Owls won third place in the Tulia High School basketball tournament. They brought back a nice. trophy. Troy Lemley is their coach. Mrs. Ion Harmon spent Sunday in Shamrock, the occasion being her father's birthday. Mrs. Cheryl Galey took Mrs. Lucy Bishop to the doctor in Amarillo last week. Mrs. Wanda Pickett brought her home and visited with Mrs. Lela Moffitt and Mrs. J.B. Pickett. ff you need to see about your social security, a field representative will be at the Donley County Courthouse next Thursday, December 20th, from 9 a.m to 12 noon. This will be the last time in Clarendon this year. Clifford Johnson was in Clarendon Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Graham Brinson have returned from a visit in east Texas. They visited in Corsicana, Dallas and Athens. On Myrtle Reeve's visit south, she visited the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones, the former Carolyn R/eves at Ennis and the Bill Reeves family in Arlington. The guest of honor at the F.F.A. District banquet held in Memphis last week was state president Bobby Tucker. He is from Mineola, Texas. After this year he plans to further his education in this field of work at a Junior college. Doyle Messer is the Ag. teacher at both the Hedley and Quail schools. Both F.F.A; Chapters and their Chapter Sweethearts attended the banquet. The Sweetheart from the Wellington Chapter was selected as District F.F.A. Sweetheart. It is race to see Edgel Tisdale back on the streets of Hedley Edgel spent a few days in the Hall County Hospital in Memphis recently. B. H. Stotts of Amarillo visited Barney Johnson Monday. We are glad to have Margaret Nivens back at her home in Hedley. She spent some time in the Hall County Hospital in Memphis. Again there was only one service station selling gasoline in Hedley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Overture visited with Myrtle Reeves, Omie Simmons and Hobart Moffitt Monday. The Overture's are from Nebraska and will be remembered as the brother of Myerl Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stafford shopped in Amarillo Monday. i Claude-Goodnil00ht Dick and Phyms Bennett of Amarillo spent the weekend visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bennett. Also, Forrest, Dick, Nathan Bennett and Murray Neal Bennett held a calf branding over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Irley of Clovis, New Mexico, spent this past weekend with her mother, Mrs. Rosa Church. Bruce and Virginia Rogers, Joey and Billy spent the weekend with his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Cruse.. Mrs. Glenna Iowrance spent several days in Canyon last week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. David Land and new daughter Dixie. Clifford Mayben and Calvin Marsh spent the weekend hunting in Lometa, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Northam of Frederick, Texas, visited Friday with Mrs. Grace Grnmke. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor of Washburn visited with Grace Saturday night. C. M. Bryant was awarded the top Jaycee honor of Jaycee International Senatorship. This is the highest award that a Jaycee can receive. It was presented to him at the 1973 Hereford Jaycee convention. The Claude Mustangs are the 1973 TrirChamps in District 2-A. Four Mustangs made the All-District squad. Senior Billy Merrell made first team offense at split end and first team linebacker. Greg Forbes was chosen as first team quarterback and second team defensive safety. First team offensive guard went to Coy Johnson. Dan Eisenhaur made first team defensive end. Good Job, fellas. C. E. and Helen Welch moved to Clarendon last week. Benese Chamberlain, who has been with the Central Bank and Trust Company in Denver, Colorado,. recently resigned and will be here a while with her parents, Ben and Matt Chamberlain. She will later be seeking employment. Anyone interested in joining or having information about the Cowbells, an organization of women interested in the cattle industry is invited to a meetin" in the home of Mrs. Bernie Benson. Mrs. Paul Daver, president of the Top of Texas Cowbells and Mrs. Harol O'Neal, secretary-treasurer, will present the program. Contact Mrs. Benson for details of the meeting. Kil Kare Klub meets Mrs. Peggy Hudson, hosted the Kil Kare Kiub in her home December 6, entertaining for Mrs. Edna Hudson. Numbers were drawn. Ella Simmons and Mary Bartlett were the lucky ladies and were presented with lovely tea aprons. After the social hour refreshments were served. Present for this occasion were members, Mines. Eva Phelps, Nora Leathers, Edna Hudson, Ella Simmons, Mary Bartlett, Lilac Lowe, Perry Bass and Leona Quattlebaum. Visitors present were Genoah I.owe, Della Allen, Dorothy A six weeks stewardship program in the First Methodist Church of Claude was held December 9. A kick-off-dinner was Hall, Anna Taylor, Nina Dale and the hostess, Peggy Hudson,. enjoyed after gular_Sunday sices ............  , : A Change In Ownership ..... 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