The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 102, No. 103, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 24, 1997 Page: 3 of 22
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Wednesday, Dec. 24,1997
The Clifton Record
Walls Honors Local Employees
: Z CLIFTON—Service certificates
; Jtnd pins were awarded to six em-
; Joyces in the Clifton facility of
^aus Industries, Inc, on Wednes
! day, Dec. 10 Presenting the awards
! Jfrere Plant Manager Danny Berg-
i man and Ron Istre, senior vice-
president of manufacturing and
distribution. Receiving awards
• 20 years — Mina Bergman.
• 15 years — Baby Jean Carter
and Ruth Crawford.
• 10 years — Vanessa Sedberry
and. Kathy Haggerton
• 5 years— Cindy Thiele.
In presenting the awards, Istre
said tne contribution of all the per-
sons honored has been a major fac-
tor in making Walls the leading
name in the apparel industry. A
has eight locations in Texas, <
ploying over 14,000 persons.
This year, 202 employees were
honored with awards totafcng'2,825
years of combined service to the
Antiques, Fin* Gifts, San
Books, A Goun—I Foods
Sunday, 1 - 5 pja
114 N. Ave. D
Clifton, TX 78*34
...we offer our very best
wishes to you and yours
this holiday season.
In Bosque County
Vernon Wayne Smith and wife,
Suzanne Smith, Clifton, to Webb
Pierce and wife, Kristy Pierce, Clif-
ton — Lot 58, Lakewood Harbor Sub-
division, Bosque County.
John D. Smith, Iredell, and Doak
Simpson, Fbrt Worth, to E.N. FYady
and wife, Marsha M. FYady, Iredell
— 200 acres, JA McCullough Sur-
vey, Boaque County.
Raymond Howell, Tarrant County,
to C.C. Scbeu, Benbrook — Lot 41, Co., to Betty Jean smith, Bosque
County—Lot 4, Block 7, Mooney
lage. Lake Whitney, Bosque County.
Sheriff’s Tax Deed, Bosque
and son, David Williams; and Wanda County, Meridian, to Ronald F. Flatt,
Lee Hendrix Humphries Stowe, Ennis — Lots 1-4, Block 29, East
Kopperi, to Arnold Dale Humphries, Meridian, Bosque County.
Kopperi — 3.1 acres, Davis Brown Sheriff’s Tax Deed, Bosque
Survey A90, and Thomas Morrow County, Meridian, to Freddy Sadler,
Pop Samples’ Steele Creek Acres,
Pearl Bernice Hendrix Williams
Survey AM, Bosque County
Bobby Gene Chasteen, Meridian,
to Jesus Alvizo, Jr. and wife, Isabel
Ahrizo, Meridian — .50 acres, Wm. H.
King Survey, Morgan Street, Merid-
Larry Jackson, Waco, and Lori A
Jackson Van Zandt, BrucevOie, to
Henry Shaw and wife, Vickie Shaw,
Arlington — 2 acre, part of Lot 57,
Highland Park Estates, Bosque
Lillian Vyneta Haynes, Wichita
Co., to Betty Jean Smith, Bosque
A FESTIVE GATHENNG was held et Hret Security State Bank feet Thursday in Clfton as <
Clfton Chamber of Commerce After Hours Sootai.
I AmmS* Dmnt I
Survey A567, Bosque County
Ben R. Street and wife, Sherilyn
Street, Waco, to Jason D. Williams,
Valley Mills — Lots! and 2, Block 25,
Kenneth Von Terrell, Jr. and wife,
Rhonda Terrell, Clifton, to Samuel
De La Hqya and wife, Patricia De La
Hoya, Clifton — 0.20 acres, Frederick
Lundt Survey, North Ave. I, Clifton.
Vella Brown Nowalk, El Pa.<o, to
Roye Ray Payne, Clifton —1/6 inter-
est in and to 102.1 acres, Sarah
Hensley League Patent #713, Seven
miles south of Kopperi, Bosque
Shane Medlock and wife, Tonya
Medlod, Hico, to TTqy Hunt and wife,
Cynthia Hunt, Hico — 35 acres, JA
McCullough Survey A524, County
Road 2485, Bosque County.
Diaqna Marie Evans, Ragsdale, to
William Dean Evans, Clifton — 1)
0.138 acre, Mary Cole Suvey A2, and
2) a tract of land in the Mary Cole
Survey A2, Bosque County.
Lois Algerine Green, to Algerine
Suzanne Hollingsworth and spouse,
Billy A Hollingsworth, Valley Mills -
1 acre, FM Hwy. 854, Michael Boren
EUREKA POWER SALE!
FIVE WORKING DAYS ONLY
Valley Mills — Lot 115, Lakeline
Acres, Bosque County.
David E. Brittain and wife, Mary
A. Brittain, Clifton, to Merle Belcher
and wife, Anna L. Belcher, Clifton —f
1.99 acres, William H. King Survey,
Ronald D. Watson, to Roger’s %
Family Partnership, Garland —
187.51 acres, Elizabeth Word Survey
A868 and Moses King Survey A450,
FM Hwy. 2840, Bosque County.
Martin Glen Grelle and wife, Kim-
berly Potts Grelle, Clifton, to William
C. Janss and wife, Jill Moore Janss,
Bartlett, Term. — 205.50 acres, Allen
Talbot Survey A301, County Road
4170, Bosque County
Veterans Land Board of the State
of Texas, Austin, to Charles W.
In Bosque County
Justin Allen Gann and Cherie
Elaine Holloway, Dec. 14,1997.
Stephen Brian Cleveland and
Dawn Ann Bennett, Dec. 5,1997.
Geoffrey David Johnson and Ellen
Dawn Corbitt, Dec. 6,1997.
Aaron Christopher King and Kelly
Shawn Robertson, Dec. 11,1997.
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302 W. 5th St, Clifton 675-8686
CLIFTON — Professional self-
defense instructor Danny Pass-
more will hold two no-charge
ladies’ self-defense classes Satur-
day, Dec. 27. The two classes will be
held at Passmore’s school at 425
North Robinson Drive, Waco.
“This is my Christmas present to
our community,” said Passmore,
who teaches self-defense and ka-
rate classes at the Bosque County
Conservatory of Fine Arts as weu
as in Waco.
The first session is from 10 a.m.
to 12 noon, with the second session
from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Females age
12 and up are eligible, and no male
spectators will be allowed. Classes
will be limited to the first 40 regis-
tered in each class.
For more information, contact
Passmore in Waco at (254) 662-3229.
Valley Mills Classes
Of 1968-70 To Begin
FORT WORTH - Susie Thiele
Allred of Fbrt Worth is attempting to
organize a reunion of the Valley Mills
Hi#i School graduating classes of
1968,1969, and 1970.
“I would like to hear from anyone
who has current addresses of any
graduates from these years. I also
need graduates who are willing to
heljj organize this event,” Allred
Persons with information can con-
tact Allred at home at (817) 838-0105
or at work at (972) 455-1745.
HOME HEALTH AGENCY
Is sponsoring FREE Blood Pressura/Blood Sugar Screenings at the following locations:
Tuesday, Dec. 30 — Morgan Senior Center —11 ami. to 12 noon
Monday, Jan. 5 — CranfiUs Gap Senior Center —11 ami. to 12 noon
Wednesday, Jan. 7 — First Security State Bank, Clifton — 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Thursday, Jan. 8 —.West Shore Community Crater —11 a.m. to 12 noon
Ihesday, Jan. 13 — Meridian Senior Center —11 a.m. to 12 noon
Wednesday, Jan. 14 — Tbrnersvilie Community Center —10 a.m. to 11 am.
Thursday, Jan. 15 — Hamilton Senior Center —11 a.m. to 12 noon
Tuesday, Jan. 20 — Lakeside Village Community Center — 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Thursday, Jan. 22 — Jonesboro Methodist Church —11 ami. to 12 noon
Tbesday, Jan. 27 — Walnut Springs Community Crater —11 ami. to 12 noon
Tbesday, Jan. 27 — Morgan Senior Center —11 a.m. to 12 noon
Friday, Jan. 30 — Clifton Civic Center — 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
“Where home delivered care began in 1939.”
For more Information, call (254) 675-4101 A
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Baby Jean Carter Mina Bergman Ruth Crawford
Also pictured Danny Bergman, Plant Manager and Ron Istre, Vice-President, Marketing.
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Vanessa Sedberry Cindy Thiele
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Smith, W. Leon. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 102, No. 103, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 24, 1997, newspaper, December 24, 1997; Clifton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth788109/m1/3/: accessed August 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.