Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 95, No. 35, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 12, 2003 Page: 3 of 10
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Clifton, Arizona June 2, 1959 in
Abiteqe. She taught third grade in
1933-2903 the Clifton Elementary School from 1927-2003
Memorial services for Paur 1964-1985 before retiring. She had Services for Billie Joe Webb, a
rrnwtit 69, of Seminole, were held lived in several locations since then, former Seagraves resident, .were
Monday, February 10 at II a.m. it including Seminole, Attests, New held Feb. 10 at Crestview Baptist
Mexico, Midland and Abilene. Church in Midland with Dr. John
Survivors include, a daughter, Gerliach and the Rev. Ty Morris
First Presbyterian Church of
Seminole, with the Rev. Gayle
Perkins officiating. Services were
under the direction of Ratliff Funeral
Mr. Condit died Saturday,
February 8, in Seminole.
He was born April 9, 1933 in
Foster, Oklahoma to Taylor E.
Condit and Melva Southern. He
graduated from Oklahoma State
University in 1955. He married
Patsy Teague on April 21, 1962 in
Brownfield. He was an oil supply
dealer, a farmer and a John Deere
dealer. He was a member of the
Seminole Memorial Hospital board
Jackie Garrett of Midland; two
sisters, Ruth Jones of South
Fulton, Tennessee and Peggy
Marier of Abilene; and two
The family request memorials
to the Christian Service Center in
officiating. Graveside services were
held at 2 p.m. Feb. 10 at Lamesa
Memorial Park. Arrangements were
under the direction of Ellis Funeral
He died Feb. 6.
He was born Jan. 9, 1927 in
Fisher County and moved to
Ackerley in 1939. After graduation
from Flower Grove High School in
1945, he attended Draughn’s
Business School in Lubbock and
throughout his career, worked in
Graveside services for Mildred automobile parts departments. One
Inez Weaver, 92, of Lubbock, the °f those was a Chrysler dealer in
mother of Guy Weaver of Seminole, Seagraves. He was a member of
of directors and was the Gaines ____________ ___________________
County Democratic Chairman for. were held Monday, Feb. 10 at the Crestview Baptist Church
Survivors include his wife,
Patsy Condit of Seminole; three
sons, John Condit and his wife,
Tina of San Antonio; Jim Condit
of San Antonio; and Jeff Condit
and his wife, Monica, of San
Antonio; a brother, Royce Condit
and his wife, Bobby, of Seminole;
four grandchildren, Taylor,
Christopher, Shelby and Jett, all
of San Antonio; and several nieces
Pallbearers were Randy Taylor,
O.C. Elliott, Randy Bailey, Rick
Bernal, Roy Lynn Barnes, John
Neinda Cemetery in Neinda with the
Rev. John Ballard officiating. Burial
was under the direction of Sanders
She died Friday, Feb. 7 at
Covenant Medical Center in
She was bom Nov. 6, 1910 in
Mt. Vernon and was raised in Jones
Survivors include one brother,
Elmer Webb of Carriere,
Mississippi; four nieces; three
nephews, four grand-nephews;
two grand-nieces; and several
great-great nieces and nephews.
Memorials may be directed to
Crestview Baptist Church.
County. She married Noel Weaver
Jan.15- 1933 “f*p,r'cededher Shooting
in death in 1992. She was a °
homemaker and was also a Den
Mother for the Cub Scouts. She was
a member of the First Baptist A signup meeting for anyone
Church of Hamlin, the Neinda Home interested in participation in Gaines
Golmon, Dr. Michael Watson and Demonstration Club and the Abilene County 4-H Shooting Sports will
Eddie Boyles. Women’s Club. She resided in take place Thursday, Feb. 13, at 7
In lieu of flowers, the family Neinda from 1933-1972, when she p m. in the Party House at the
Jami Nacole Mitchell and Cory Hylton Nolen have announced their engagement and approaching marriage.
The future bride is the daughter of James E. Mitchell, Jr. and Cheryl S. Mitchell and the granddaughter
of Zennon and Phyllis Miller and Lorene Mitchell, all of Enid, Oklahoma. The future, groom is the son of
Hylton L. Nolen and Toni L. Nolen of Seminole.
The couple plans to be married May 17 at the Enid Symphony Hall in Enid, Oklahoma.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of Enid High School and Oklahoma State University and is currently
working on a Master of Education degree from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri. She is employed
by the University of Missouri Outreach and Extension as a Nutrition Educator encouraging healthy habits
throughout Kansas City.
The groom-to-be is a graduate of Seminole High School and Southeastern Oklahoma State University,
with a Bachelor of Science in Aviation. He is currently employed as a pilot by Southwest Airlines and is
based in Chicago, but lives in Kansas City.
Justice Of The Peace Clark Attends Seminar
requested donations to First
Presbyterian Church of Seminole or
a favorite charity.
Services for W.R. “Red” Miller
of Belton, a former Seminole
resident, were held at 10 a.m. today
(Wednesday, Feb. 12) at the Gaines
County South Cemetery in Seminole
with Everette Hewett officiating.
Dossman Funeral Home of Belton
was in charge of arrangements.
Mr. Miller died Sunday, Feb. 9.
He was bom in Amarillo July
19,-1928 and lived most of his life
in West Texas. He moved with his
moved to Hamlin.
Survivors include two sons,
Guy Weaver of Seminole and Dave
Weaver of Lubbock; four
grandchildren; and one great-
Gaines County Park.
Parents and children should
both attend to fill out the necessary
More information is available
from Randy King, 758-5660 or the
Seminole Justice of the Peace office.
Tammy Clark was certified at the The seminar addressed topics
recent Justice of the Peace 40 hour such as Judicial Ethics, Civil and
seminar Jan. 26-31 in Austin. Criminal Jurisdiction and Venue,
The seminar was sponsored by Truancy, Juvenile Law, Magistrate
Judge Clark was certified at the
first 20 hour Justice of the Peace
Orientation seminar Dec. 10-13,
also in Austin.
That seminar addressed topics
The family suggests memorials Gaines County Extension Office,
to First Baptist Church of Hamlin. 758-4006.
the Texas Justice Court Training
Center and is the second of three
held for newly-elected Justices of the Emergency Protective Orders,
Peace so they can fulfill their Contempt, Inquests and Media
Continuing Judicial Education Relations.
Duties, Search Warrants, Rules of such as the Role of the Judge and
Evidence, Mock Trial, Magistrate the Judiciary, Court Structure of
Texas, Code Construction, Legal
Terminology, Due Process, Trial
Procedure and Judicial Ethics.
Requirements of obtaining 80 hours
of training within one year of taking
Candidate For 19th Congressional Seat Makes Stop In Seminole
School in 1947. He met his future
wife, Mary Ruth
Slaton, in high
school and they
were married at
Seminole May 18,
1949. He worked in the oilfields and
retired from the Western Company
in the early 1980’s. He severed as
elder and deacon in his church for
many years. In 1991, he and his wife
moved to Belton to serve as
missionaries with Hope For The
Survivors include his wife,
Mary Ruth Miller of Belton; six
sons, iy and wife Anita Miller of
Odessa, Charley and wife, Vikki
Miller of Denver City, Andy and
wife, Gladdie Miller of Belton, Pat
and wife, Lisa Miller of Lubbock,
John and wife, Julie Miller of
Midland and Scott and wife, Kim
Miller of Belton; two daughters,
the District 19
_ at, stopped at
Hall Friday on a campaign stop.
Conaway, who lives in
Midland, said he believes in the
principles of lower taxes, smaller countless hours as a volunteer in
government and more local control.
He is a veteran who believes in a
strong and prepared military.
He has been an accountant for
30 years *and said he knows firsthand
the burden of excessive regulations
and high taxes. He said he will lead
the effort to help farmers, ranchers West Texas communities, working
and small business owners by jointly with charities on numerous
getting government out of the way. boards and organizations.
Conaway was appointed by He grew up in Odessa,
then-Govemor George W. Bush to graduating from Permian High
the Texas State Board of Public School in 1966 and East Texas State
Accountancy and worked closely University in 1970 with a degree in
Jvitfuhie Texas Legislature, federal accounting. ..He and his wife,
and local officials. He is currently Suzanne, a graduate of Texas Tech
chairman of the National University, have four children and
Association of State Boards of four grandchildren. They attend
Accountancy. He has also given First Baptist Church of Midland.
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Carrie and husband, Wayne
Brightman of Odessa and Becky
Miller of Cedar Park; one brother,
Sammy and wife, Louise Miller of
Carlsbad, New Mexico; two
sisters, Mary Kathryn and
husband, Wayne Holder of
Lubbock and Nora and husband,
J.C. Cummings of Loveland,
Colorado; and 18 grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, the family has
requested memorials to Hope For the
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Hospital in Temple.
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Our presidents, our presidents, We honor them today.
Our presidents, our presidents, We honor them today.
Remembering presidents of the past,
And honoring him who serves today.
Services for Edith Moore, 79,
of Abilene, formerly of Seminole,
were held today (Wednesday, Feb.
12) at 2 p.m. at the Smith Street
Church of Christ in South Fulton,
Tennessee, with James Butts
officiating. Interment was in Obion
County Memorial Gardens
Cemetery. Services were under the
direction of Hornbeak Funeral
She died Sunday, Feb. 9 in an
She was born in Obion County
Tennessee Feb. 10,1923 and earned
a B.S. degree in education from
Abilene Christian College in 1958.
She earned a master of education
degree in 1970.
'She served as dorm director at
Abilene Christian and taught two
years at Dyess Elementary School
before marrying Henry Moore of
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Fisher, David. Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 95, No. 35, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 12, 2003, newspaper, February 12, 2003; Seminole, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth804497/m1/3/: accessed December 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gaines County Library.