Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 95, No. 14, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 2, 2001 Page: 3 of 14
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Seminole (Texas) Sentinel, Sunday, December 2,2001, PAGE 3
Tammy Clark a candidate
for Justice of Peace, Pet. 1
Tammy Clark has authorized the
Seminole Sentinel to announce her
candidacy for the office of Justice of
lh». IVaffft, Prwrinrt. 1.
Vicenta Munguia announces Craig Belt announces for
candidacy for Treasurer Commissioner, Pet. 2
' She said she is seeking the post
due to the fact that Shirley Barnett,
the current Justice of the Peace in
Precinct 1, chose not to run for
‘ Mrs. Clark is a long-time resident
of Seminole and a graduate of
‘ Seminole High School. She is also
very proud of her family, including
her husband, Chet Clark and two
sons, Josh Snd Eric, also graduates of
Seminole High School.
Her father, the late Alvin Hutson,
waked in Gaines County and retired
< fiom ExxonMobil and her mother, Jo
Hutson, worked and retired from
Gaines County Abstract Company.
■ Her father-in-law, Melvin Clark, was
a math teacher in the Seminole school
• system for many years.
' Mrs. Clark is currently serving as a
member of the Seminole City
Council. She was first elected in May
of 1999 and then re-elected in May of
The candidate said, *1 bring a
wealth of experience to the
candidacy. I worked as driver’s
license clerk in Seminole for six years
and waked for the Texas Department
of Public Safety, driver’s license
division, for a total of nine years.
‘1 am currently chief clerk for
Shirley Barnett, J.P. of Precinct 1 and
have worked in the office for seven
years. I am familiar with the
workings of the office and the
requirements of the job and have
earned 104 hours of Legislative Law
update from Southwest Texas State
. JP Candidate
University. I also have an excellent
working relationship with all
governmental bodies in Gaines
“I look forward to meeting the
voters of the county and would
appreciate your consideration and
support for this position.”
Vicenta Munguia has authorized
the Seminole Sentinel to announce
her candidacy for Gaines County
Treasurer, suhjeri to the Democratic
Primary election in March, 2002.
Mrs. Munguia has been a resident
of Seminole since 1962 and is a 1974
graduate of Seminole High Sch ol.
Her husband, Benito (Benny)
Munguia, Jr., is currently employed
by Gaines County, Precinct 4. The
couple has a son, Benito Joel
Munguia; a daughter, Melinda
Munguia; a daughter-in-law,
Rachelle Harris Munguia; and a
grandson, Jaiden Raine Munguia, all
of Lubbock. She is a member of the
Spanish Assembly of God.
She has been employed by Gaines
County the past 26 years. Her career
in county government began through
a Seminole High School program,
where she started in the auditor’s and
treasurer’s offices. She worked with
the hie Woodson Jones, the first
Gaines County Auditor, and has/been
employed for the past 24 years as
First Assistant County Auditor.
Donald “Craig” Belt has
authorized the Seminole Sentinel to
announce that he is a candidate for
Gaines County Commissioner,
Precinct 2, subject to the Democratic
Patsy Muse Jennings Stone
Graveside services for Patsy Muse Jennings Stone, 73, of Mountain
Springs, formerly of Seminole, were held Friday, November 30, at 1:00 p.m.
at Evergreen Cemetery in Ranger with the Rev. Phillip Coats officiating.
Burial followed in Evergreen Cemetery wider the direction of George J.
Carroll and Son Funeral Home.
She died Wednesday, November 28, at her residence.
Mrs. Stone was bom December 26,1927 in Ranger to Charlie Angeline
Eubanks and Earnest Madison Jennings. She married Thomas Jackson (Jack)
Stone in 1946 in Lovington, New Mexico. She was a Southern Baptist and
had recently moved to the Mountain Springs community in Cooke County.
She was preceded in death by her parents; a sister, Ira Sterling; a brother,
Allen Robert Jennings; and a great granddaughter, Katherine Ann Coats.
Survivors include her husband, Jack Stone of Mountain Springs;
two daughters, Lee Ann Stone Coats and her husband, Phillip, of
Taylor, Missouri anti Stacey Stone Como and her husband, John, of
Pilot Point; two sons, John Rolf Stone and his wife, Deenie, of Lubbock
and Jack Mark Stone and his wife, Lesa, of Shallowater; nine
grandchildren, Robin, Charles, John Howard, Laci, Amanda, Justin,
Lindzi, John Mark and Ann Marie; four great grandchildren, Ali,
Charley Jo, Jordan and Katherine; two sisters, Beatrice Cagle of
Eastland and Grace Mann of Wichita Falls; and three brothers, Joe
Joinings of Georgia, Charles Jennings of Eastland and Bill Jennings of
..County Treasurer Candidate
Mrs. Munguia has been trained in
accounts payable, payroll, receipts,
budget and the preparation of
monthly and yearly reports. Besides
her experience in the auditor and
treasurer office, she has worked in
many different offices within the
courthouse, serving as Chief Deputy,
County Clerk at one time.
“With 26 years experience in
Games County government, I feel I
am qualified to fill the office of
County Treaswer,” said Mrs.
Munguia. “The time has come to
offer my knowledge and skills to the
Gaines County community.”
She concluded, “I pledge that if
elected County Treaswer, it will be
my privilege to serve the people of
Gaines County. Yow vote and
support are greatly appreciated and
treasured. God bless each and every
one of you.”
New residents of Seminole, or
relocations the past week, according to
water connection applications at City
Jose Luis Caro, 617 S W 9th St.;
Robert Dendy, 509 S W Ave. E;
Joe Villalva, 305 NE 3rd St.
Primary Election in March.
Belt, 46, has been a resident of
Gaines County since 1968. He
attended Seminole Schools and
graduated in 1973.
. He has served in the U. S. Air
Force and farmed in Gaines County.
Other work experience include an
employee of Gaines County Precinct
3, Seminole Public School
transportation department, co-owner
of an electrical and air conditioning
business, and is co-owner of J & J
Cleaners here in Seminole. Currently,
he is employed by Seminole
Memorial Hospital, where he has
worked for 13 years.
He and his wife Renee have two
children, Jim Crow, 12, and Lezlee
...Commissioner Prec. 2
In making the announcement, Belt
said, “Yow consideration and
support for my candidacy for
Commissioner Precinct 2 will be
Farm Service Agency1
Farm Property for
Trustees Foreclosure Sale
December 4th, 2001 at or around 10:00 a.m.
(440 acres, more or less). Property is being sold as is to the highest
bidders, for Cash, at the East Door of the Courthouse in "
Andrews County, Texas. The Minimum Bid that will be accepted
on this property will be $35,460.00.
Subject property is more particularly described as follows:
The North one-half (N/2) of Section Nine (9) and the North
one-half (N/2) of Section Ten (10), Block A-47, Public School
Lands in Andrews County, Texas.
• . • ‘ , • N . ‘ ■'
SAVE AND EXCEPT the South 200 acres of the North
one-half (N/2) of Section Nine (9), Block A-47, Public School
Lands in Andrews County, Texas.
For additional information contact FSA at 109 N.E. 14th, Lamesa,
Tx. 79331 or contact the Farm Loan Manager Rickey D.
Grogan in Lamesa by calling (806) 872-6761.
FSA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY LENDER
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.Commissioner, Pet. 4 candidate
* Charlie Lopez has authorized the
Seminole Sentinel to announce his
candidacy for re-election to the office
of County Commissioner, Precinct 4,
subject to die Democratic Primary
ejection on March 12,2002.
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• In seeking re-election,
Commissioner Lopez said, “First I
would like to give a special thanks to
(fee people of Precinct 4 who have
given me the opportunity to serve as
•* “During die last two terms, I have
been a proven leader and an
important member of the
eptnmissfoner’s court. I have tackled
important issues, such as county
fixes, budgeting, governmental
afccoaattbUity and making Precinct 4
^better place for my constituents and
dpmmLssiaier, and place my duties as
commissioner above all. I believe
Precinct 4 needs a commissioner like
ri»e on the commissioner’s court.
;* “Please join my family, friends and
constituents in re-electing me to
Commissioner’s Court, Precinct 4.1
Will continue to be your trusted
sepreseutative on die court.”
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Dow, M. Gene & Fisher, David. Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 95, No. 14, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 2, 2001, newspaper, December 2, 2001; Seminole, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth804371/m1/3/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gaines County Library.