Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 25, 1963 Page: 9 of 16
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Leonard Winkcompleck and son-
in-law, Bobby Huitton, while haul-
M« „ tag in bundles from the field last
Friday and Saturday, found five,
rattlers in the two days. What
did they do? What any red-blood-
ed farmer would have done, kill-
ed them. All of which makes haul-
ing bundles very appealing.
Mrs. Lee Schmidt of Santa
Montica, Calif., visited over the
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Louie
Schmidt. Others visiting Sunday
were Mr. and Mrs.. Arthur Sam-
mann of Tulia and Mr. and Mrs.
• * * Bill Beedy of the Pairview Com-
Christian Women's Fellowship
of the First Christian Church met
in Fellowship Hall Wednesday
morning, April 17, at 10 o'clock.
Those' present were Mines. J. L.
McFarland, Raymond Crowell, A-
mmon Woodward, Jerry Penning-
ton, Phil Campbell and James
At the close of the business
. .. , meeting Mrs. Crowell led the de-
votions, "Where Missions Begin,"
reading the scriptures Acts. 1:8,
bringing out the thought that
the mission of the church is like
a pool of water into which thou-
sands of pebbles are dropped.
Concentric circles moves out from
the place where each pebble
bleaks the surface, and the cir-
cles mingle with one another un-
til the whole pool is agitated.
The month of April being Home
Mission Month, Mrs. Todd spoke
on some of the Home Mission In-
stitutions of the Iiisciples of
Christ in the United States, Ja'r-
1 vis College for the negro boys
and girls at Hawkins, Texas, and
the Yokima Mission for the In-
dian Youth at White Swan, Wash-
ington. The meeting closed with
the CWF benediction.
'[ Mir. and Mrs, Elzie Hazard of
Amarillo enjoyed the evening
meal with Mrs. Tom Epting last
• ! . '
•j Mrs. Mary Pafford, after spend-
ing a month at the bedside of
her mother, Mrs. L. L. Ledbetter,
who is quite ill in Vega, returned
home Thursday of last week.
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«[ Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas of
Ralls, visited Sunday night with
their daughter and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Christian and
® June Robinson and Oleta Vau-
ghn shopped in Amarillo Satur-
day. They are Bobbi Sue met
June's mother, Mrs. John Whaley
of Adrain. and all had lunch to-
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ford, Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Hill and Becky
spent the weekend a week ago in
Wichita Falls visiting relatives.
Jerry got in some fishing and re-
ported some luck.
«i Mrs. Leland Campsey and dau-
ghter, Keri, spent the past two
weeks in Sweetwater, visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Whis-
enant and a brother, Don Whise-
f John Peters of Leveland, visit-
ed last week with Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Palmer. John, a professional
fighter, fought in Amarillo Tues-
day evening of last week, winning
the fight. •
« Mrs. Bert Thompson and child-
ren, Bobby and Sheri, of Albu-
querque, N.M., visited Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday of last
week with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John M. Shaw.
«J Mr. and Mrs.- Van Krfox of
Ashtola, visited Friday night with
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Crain.
«f Mrs. Alvin Miller attended me-
morial services in Amarillo Thurs-
day afternoon of Woody Graham.
«] Gene White of Clarendon, visit-,
ed Mrs. A. L. Cobb and girls last
«[ Mrs. Gib Bryan" and Karen
spent Monday of this week in
Amarillo on business.
«J Mrs. Lilly Belle McClure and
Mrs. Clara McClure of Amarillo,
visited recently with friends and
relatives here. ,
« Mr. and Mrs. Dwaine Walker
of Borger, visited Sunday even-
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
* Mrs. Trijdie Hand and Mrs.
Mary Bost of Amarillo, visited
Thursday of last week with Mrs.
> -.ni;. *
* Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Campbell
of Odessa, spent the weekend
visiting their son and wife, Mr.
and Mrs. Don Campbell.
<! Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Wood of
McLean, spent Sunday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P.
< Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Owens,
Linda and Brent, of Lubbock,
visited Sunday a week ago with
her parents, Mi", and Mrs. Al-
< Mr. and Mrs. Tom McLaughlin
of Memphis had supper- Monday
evening with her brother and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Bub Vaughn
«f J. £>. Massie and Buster Sum-
mers of Lubbock visited* Thurs-
day afternoon of last week with
J. D.s mother, Mrs. Ora Massie.
«| Mr. and Mrs. Jack Allen, Jack
Jr. and Mona, drove to Iowa
Park where "they picked up her
mother, Mrs! L. L. Watts and
drove on to Austin to spend the
weekend a week ago with Jean's
brother, Leroy Watts.
THE CLAUDE NEWS
Claude, Texas APRIL 25, 19tw.
«J Mrs. Ray Calliham of Conway
visited Monday morning with Mrs
Jerry and Betty Hill and Bfeeky
spent the weekend in Browrifi&d,
visiting his parents, Mr. and ttos.
J. C. Hill. Jerry also attended the
track meet in Lubbock Saturday.
Padding, Pumps, Floats,
Copper or Plastic Tubing
fig3 0 Supply
Claude, Texas ,
Billie Wolford, Joanne Lem-
ley, two children, Bccky and Ran-
dy, were in Clarendon Monday.
< Mr. and Mrs. Jess Armstrong of
Amarillo, spent last week visiting
Mrs. Lillabel Roan.
<r Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Horschlcr
spent Sunday afternoon at Mc-
«i Mrs. Tom Epting enjoyed sup-
per with Mrs. A. L. Cobb, Billie
and Johnnie Monday.
«f Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lovell, of
Clarendon, had dinner Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
«J Mrs. Turner Kirby of Jericho
spent Thursday of last week visit-
ing Mrs. A. L. Cobb, Billie and
•f Mrs. Terrill Christian spent
Thursday of last week with her
mother, Mrs. T. W. Collins in
« Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wooldridge
Jr. and Peggy spent the Easter
Holidays visiting her mother, Mrs.
Bob Holsombake in Farmersville.
V.. . ■■
«j Mmes. Edith Ballard, Fay Cor-
bin and Tom Epting attended
services at the Conway Commit
ity Church Wednesday ever
of last week.
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