The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 85, No. 92, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 13, 1992 Page: 3 of 16
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Seminole (Texas) Sentinel, Sunday, September 13, 1992, PAGE 3
Five meetings set this week
Five entities have set meetings a road crossing and meet with Commission, a resolution Higginbotham Community Reydon Stanford, and singing Boys Ranch Telethon; Johnny
in Seminole this week. both the county sheriff and the authorizing the submission of a Center will host another special harmony and playing keyboard High Showcase of the Fort Worth
..Gaines County Commissioners county tax assessor. Home application to the Texas appearance of the very popular and bass guitar is Dean Richards, area; and all churches across a
will meet in regular session at 10 At 7 p.m. Monday, the Department of Housing and Anchor Brothers Band on Friday, Glen Ballard, sound technician, five-state area
a.m. Monday in the Seminole City Council will meet Community Affairs, an ordinance September 18, at 8 p.m. completes the group by singing
commissioner’s courtroom. in regular session at City Hall. on a complaint/claim procedure, The Anchor Brothers have harmony and playing guitar.
In addition to regular monthly The council will conduct a an ordinance adopting the tax rate been singing together for over 12 The have made appearances at
reports, commissioners will second public hearing on the for the 1992/93 fiscal year, a years in a five-state area. Last the Clovis Fair Grounds, five
consider appointing election 1992 Texas Community resolution adopting the pay plan year, they performed at 122 years; South Plains Fair, eight
j u d g c S"“ me e t with a Development Program grant for die 1992/93 fiscal year, drug concerts and released 11 cassette yeafsj-Jerry Lewis Tdethon-
representative from IBE Systems, project application, consider an testing provisions for personnel albums. One song has been
consider approving a prisoner update on landfill regulations policy, a resolution on vehicle released from Nashville with
custody agreement and approving from the Texas Water use, an appointment of city more to come. Their songs have
representatives to assist the been played by more than 2,000
appraisal district with the radio stations nationwide.
They have sung with several
Be ready for cooler
weather with a
selection from our
Sweate * Collection
Several styles to
evaluation of a mapping system,
and performance evaluation top recording artists and have
criteria for appointed city been seen on 36 different
officials. television programs in the
During a work session, the Lubbock area and 20 in Portales,
council will discuss general fund NM.
projects, water/waste water They are known for their song
projects and a 1992 salary writing ability and for a special
survey. An executive session for harmony blend that is a God-
the purchase of real property, £*ven talent, but most of all they
water rights properly, public **0 aho an evangelistic team. In
safety and ADA-related needs 1991, they reported 174
will also be held. experiences of salvation at their
Also at 7 p.m. Monday, the concerts.
Seminole School Board will meet Singing lead and tenor, and
in regular session at the school playing acoustic guitar for the
administration building. group is Kenneth Richards.
Board members will consider Singing bass and playing piano is
bids on a car, discuss the cj ■ a
development and maintenance of dal6S I OX UD^
a system of lax maps and appoint m _
two members to a mapping r£f£fell 11*2106
committee, consider requests
from agents to participate in the (J1DS lOCOlI V
school insurance program for the
1992-93 school year approval of Fim quarler sales tax' rebates
an amended budget for die 1991- showed Han ovcrall increase fo,
92 school year, dates for Open Gaines Coun|y but , p^,,,
.K°U.onfo,SelUng, mc °r loss in retail hide,
the 1992-93 sch°°' ^ea[j According to figures provided
Also, the board will hold an b ^ S( ( Comptroller’s office,
executive session to deal with c\ints county's 254 reporting
personnel and pending litigation ioutlels reporled gross sales in the
At 6 p.m. Tuesday, the fjrst quarter of 1992 at
Seminole Hospital Board will $35,186,008. compared to 217
meet in special session to hear a outlets reporting gross sales of
report from the Credentials $32,923,298 in the first quarter of
Committee regarding emergency 1991, an increase this year of 6.9
room coverage and billing and percent. Use tax purchases
hold an executive session to amounted to $289,001, while the
interview a candidate for amount subject to state sales and
administrator and further discuss use tax was $8,594 653
all administrator candidates. However, for retail trade, 155
iTpc Seminole Area Chambcr outlets reported gross sales of
o( .Commerce Itayrd1 Will1 meet in $17,004,560 in the first quarter,
regular session Wednesday at 7 compared to 134 outlets reporting
a.m. to discuss Ag/Oil Day, the saies of $17,230,797 in the first
^onfl.a beeves concert, quarter of 1991, a loss this year
beautification and the recent of 13 nercftni int nnrrhacpc
. Funeral services for Verna Turner, 77, of Hobbs, NM. mother of
Randy Turner of Seminole, were held at 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 11, at
the Taylor Memorial Baptist Church in Hobbs, NM. The Rev. Dean
Mathis of Taylor Memorial Baptist Church officiated.
> ■ Burial followed in Prairie Haven Cemetery.
; Mrs. Tumcr died Wednesday, Sept. 9, in Hobbs, NM.
. She was born on February 4, 1915, in Jones County. She married
Henry M. Turner on December 19, 1937, in Lubbock. He preceded
her in death in 1989. She resided in Hobbs, NM, for the past 37
years, moving there from Wichita Falls. Mrs. Turner was a member
of Taylor Memorial Baptist Church, and active in the Ruth Sunday
$Chool Class. She was a member of the Triangle Extension
Homemakers Club and the Hobbs Senior Center Nimble Thimble
Survivors include three sons, Lamon Turner of Escalon, CA, Jerry
Turner of Fort Worth, and Randy Turner of Seminole; two daughters,
Barbara Tinley of Hobbs, NM, and Sharon Petersen of Pleasant Dale,
NE; 16 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and numerous nieces
She was preceded in death by three brothers and six sisters.
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JIM BOB KEMPH
Services for Jim Bob Kemph, 24, of Pittsburg, brother of Tate and
Danny Kemph of Seminole, were held at 3 p.m. September 6, at
Erman Smith Funeral Home Chapel of Pittsburg with the Rev. Tim
‘ Burial followed in New Mine Cemetery of Pittsburg.
Kemph died September 3,1992, in Pittsburg after a brief illness.
: He was bom May 20, 1968, in Anchorage Alaska. He had lived
one and one-half years in Pittsburg. He was a general construction
worker, and was affiliated with the Baptist Church.
•>' Survivors include his mother and step-father, Sandra and Johnny
Hicks of Pittsburg; his father and step-mother, Betty and M. D.
Kemph of Eunice, NM; four brothers, Tate Kemph and Danny
Kemph, both of Seminole, Robert Kemph and Neal Kemph, both of
Pittsburg; one sister, Tammy Lynn Kemph of Fort Worth; his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lee of Aztec, NM, Mr. and Mrs.
Merlyn Kemph of Enid, OK* and Ann and Wayne Hicks of Pittsburg.
Pallbearers were Charles Hicks, Tim Thrapp, Oscar Collins,
Lonnie Hicks, Ed O’Hara, and Joe Key. Honorary pallbearer was J.P.
‘ Services for Gretchen Osborne, 54, of Pampa, formerly of
Seminole, were held at 10 a.m. Friday at First Christian Church of
Pampa with Dr. John T. Tate, pastor, officiating.
; Burial followed in Fairview Cemetery under the direction of
Carmichael-Whatley Funeral Directors.
She died Tuesday, September 8,1992 at Pampa.
Mrs. Osborne was bom August 21, 1938, in Boonvillc, MO, and
was a resident of Pampa from 1959 to 1971 and again returned to
Pampa in 1982, nibving there from Seminole. She was a graduate of
Christian College at Columbia, MO. She married Jim Osborne on
December 4, 1959, at Lubbock. She was a member of the First
Christian Church and a former board member of Hospice of the
Panhandle. She and her husband were the original organizers of
Hospice of the Panhandle.
Survivors include her husband; two sons, Jay P. Osborne, IV, of
Ponca City, OK, and Jeffrey Osborne of the U. S. Navy in Keyport,
WA; one sister, Diane Upson of Pittsburg, PA; one brother, Rev.
Morris Joseph Lent of Charleston, SC; her mother, Louella Lent of
Tampa, FL; and one grandson, Rocky Osborne of Ponca City, OK.
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club at a cost of $15 per
business and $10 per
individual or family.
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Greenroad at 758-3454.
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Dow, M. Gene & Fisher, David. The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 85, No. 92, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 13, 1992, newspaper, September 13, 1992; Seminole, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth832341/m1/3/: accessed November 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gaines County Library.