The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 102, No. 37, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 7, 1997 Page: 4 of 34
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The Clifton Record
LAW ENFORCEMENT HONORED - Clifton Veterans of Fora** Wan
Post 8553 observed Loyalty Day May 1. by hosring a dinner for members
of local law enforcement agencies. fathered after the dinner, law an
forcanant personnel inckxied a Texas Ranger. Department of Pufafic Safety
officers, Boequs County Sheriffs office personnel, city police and con
• Start Photo w Card Moulton
LOYALTY FILLS POST 8553 - A fuN house greeted attendees at Ctf
ton VFW Post 8553 during the annual Loyalty Day celebration to honor
law enforcement and fire department personnel.
- Stan Photo By Carol Mouton
LOYALTY DAY CONVERSATIONS - Texas Ranger Christine Nix (left)
talked with District Attorney B.J. Shepherd during the annual Loyalty
Day celebration at Clifton VFW Post 8553.
- Slatt Photo Sir Carol Moulton
* Bv Carol Moulton
In Bosque County
George R. Whisenand and wife,
Sheila A. Whisenand, Evant, to T.R.
King and Linda King, Woodway — Lex
267, Idlewild Subdivision, Bosque
Dixie Lyn Simmons, Kopperl,. to
Mickey Joe Perry, Whitney — Lot 1,
Block A, Lakeside Viiliage Addition 2,
James Allen Sims, Clifton, to Mary
Ann Sims, Clifton — Lot 148,
Beachland Subdivision, Bosque County.
Jerry Don Cosper, Burleson, and Billy
Rufus Cosper, Kenosha, Wis., to Jimmy
Max Cosper, Clifton — 231 acres, in six
partition deeds, County Road 1045,
R.O. Bass, Jr. and Patsy A. Bass, Clif-
ton, to Ellen Dawn Corbitt — 2 acres,
David B. Cumming, Fort Worth, to
Joelle Cumming, Fort Worth —11.84
acres, William Riddle Survey, Bosque
Doyle C. Burney and wife, Beverly
Burney, Tuscon, Az., to Rachel Carter,
Morgan—An undivided interest in and
to, southwest 1/4 of Block 23, G.M
Nichols Addition, Morgan.'
Meridian Independent School Dis-
trict to Valley Mills Independent School
District — Lots 1 and 2, Block 89, Me-
Michael C. Schmidt and wife, Carol
C. Schmidt, Clifton, to Michael F. Odom
and wife, Stacy Odom, Clifton — .043
acre, LM. Armstrong Survey, FM 3221,
Bosque County. •
Blantbn B. Deaton, Independent Ex-
ecutor of the estate of Eleanor Mae
Deaton, deceased, Tarrant County, to
David Crecelius and wife, Patricia J.
Buchanan, Johnson County — Lot 1,
Block 10, Mooney Village Subdivision,
Burl Ray Humphries to Arnold D.
Humphries and wife, Julia L.
Humphries, Kopperl — 10.64 acres,
A.P. Thompson Survey, A798, Bosque
Scott Calhoun, Clifton , to Sherri
Lacey and James Lacey. Arlington —
Lots 191-194, Unit 6, Cedar Shores Es-
tates, Bosque County.
Ray Edward Walker and wife, Mari-
lyn K. Walker, and Michell Walker and
wife, Laveme Walker, Granbury, to
Vartec Properties, Inc., Lancaster —
730.65 acres, Martin Dunman Survey,
Della M. Dowell, Morgan, to Rupert
Kendrick, Springtown — Lot 9, and
20x75 feet, Vinson’s Roadside City,
Wm. Bowen, Jr. Survey, Bosque
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny W. Byler, Irv-
ing, to Wilson Shaw and wife, Jeanette
Shaw, Morgan — East and West 1/2 of
Lot 17, Mooney Village Subdivision,
Wm. Bowen Survey, Bosque County.
Robert Conley, acting by and through
Attomey-in-Fact, Roger Bushee, Clif-
ton, to Veteran Land Board of the State
of Texas, Austin — 44 acres, James
McCullough Survey, Highway 216,
Veterans Land Board of the State of
Tekas, Austin, to James E. Rogers and
Dorothy Nell Rogers, Johnson County
— 44 acres, James McCullough Survey,
Highway 216, Bosque County.
In Bosque County
Bruce Kyle Bonds and Tina Gail Speer,
Shawn Mason Sparks and Amy Jo Nolan,
James Winston Hil and Senora Arvin,
Jerrold David Wilkins and Gina Darlene
Wilkins, April 7.
Clifton Moulding, Corp.
EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH
Armando has been employed since February 2, 1993. He
works is tne Rngerjointer department. He receives $100 cash
and one month’s reserved oarkino
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POST COMMANDER - Calvin
Bernhardt introduced the guest
speaker, Texas Ranger Christine
Nix, during the annual Loyalty
Day obeervation at Cfifton's Vet-
erans of Foreign Wars Post 8553
on May 1.
- Stall nwto Sy Carol Moulton
* * *.*
- Bil Pallnteyer introduced the
men and women of local law an-
forcement agencies, as weU as
public officials, during the annual
Loyalty Day observation at Clif-
ton VFW Post 8553~
- Swff Photo Sy Carol Moulton
Continued From Page One
row, Constable Joe Cannon, Valley
Mills Police Chief Al Florez, Meridian
Officer John Kilgariff, Clifton Police
Chief Rex Childress, and Clifton offic-
ers Buster Manghum and Mark Wilcox.
Also, Texas Department of Public
Safety Officers Charlie Jones, Jay
Sparkman, and Make Mabry.
It was noted during the introduction
Chamber Lunch To Feature
AirTouch Phone Representative
CLIFTON — The monthly Clifton
Chamber of Commerce luncheon is
set for Wednesday, May 14, at the
Clifton Churdiof Christ, South High-
way 6. Featured speaker will be Mario
Tones of AirTouch, Inc. Tones will
speak concerning the cellular phone
satellite network being located just
Cost of the meal is $6 per person,
with advance registration required.
Persons planning to attend need to
notify Chamber Office Manager
Trudy Sheffield as soon as possible.
All Chamber members and others
interested in the Chamber or
AiiTouch are urged to RSVP by call-
ing the Chamber at (817) 675-3720,
or by e-mail , to:
Grant-Writing Seminar May 15-17
GLEN ROSE — The Leon-Bosque
Resource Conservation and Develop
ment Council is sponsoring a “Grant'
Writing for Professionals I” seminar
May 15-17. The seminar is designed to
help local governments and nonprofit
organizations learn how to access
project funding from private founda-
Dr. Don Udell, resource development
specialist of Norman, Okla., will be the
instructor. Dr. Udell is a former profes-
sor at the University of Oklahoma and
the University of Missouri, and has
more than 20 years’ experience in the
Dr. Udell has written proposals, re-
ceived funds, and directed programs for
more than 30 private, state, and fed-
eral grants throughout the United
States. He is currently president of Re-
source Development Specialists, a com-
pany specializing in grant research,
proposal development, and fund-rais-
ing. Dr. Udell also conducts more than
50 seminars across the United States
Participants have the opportunity to
learn skills needed to develop success-
ful community organizations, plan and
develop local projects, identify funding
sources, develop winning proposals,
and manage grant funds.
The seminar will begin at 8:30 a.m.
each day in the conferente room of First
National Bank in Acton. Registration
fee for the seminar is $150 per person.
For registration information, contact
Ronnie Boston or Jan Wood at (817)
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We are proud to salute
ANGIE BARNES OF CRANFILLS GAP
FOR BEING NAMED
tha Mabry had recently been promoted
The Bosque County Sheriff’s depart-
ment was well represented by Sheriff,
Tim Gage, Sgt. Albert Biggs, and
Deputies Scott Ferguson, Terry Flory,
Sandy Morriss, Terry Crawford jailer,
Rosey Crawford, dispatcher, and Jess
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