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The Munday Courier, Thursday, March I 1, 1982, Page 3 • ,: VOLLEYBALL team won first (out of eighteen teams entered) volleyball tournament recently. Pictured players are Terry Ricky Harlan, Mike Stewart, Ronald Lambeth and Wayne (Photo by Paducah Post) . fe e ts In Offu t t Hom e 2 meeting in Sara Offutt's newly decorated home. Linda Latham, president, Simply Talking Club , better service isn't just a goal, it's Telephone spent over 354 capital expenditure projects expanded cable projects, w~ll spend over 410 million you the best telecommunica, m service Improvement is General Telephone is working you with the best of service Commlssior~ (PUC0 has in public hearings, and against those standards Munday January Most Cur~nt 1981 Figure 100.0 IOO. 0 99.0 ioo.0 9s 99.o q'Z z 9o loo.o q .o presided over a brief business meeting. Maebelle Wise, sunshine chairman, reported on her visit to the Leisure Lodge where she distributed lovely potted plants to the residents for the Valentine gifts from the Garden Club members. The program presented by Dr. David Nagel of Texas A&M Research Station was very interesting. He talked with us on fertilizing our soil for greener lawns as well as more beautiful flowers and potted plants. He informed us of the correct fertilizers to use in order to get each of them to grow well. All members present especially enjoyed the talk session following the program. We shared growing experiences of various plants with one another. Christene Nelson brought an arrangement of yellow daffodils she had done. She made a gift of them to Mrs. J. S. Shannon, who is presently a resident of Leisure Lodge. Club members present were Sara Offutt, Maebelle Wise, Tommie Adams, Cor- dell Offutt, Bera Spann, Linda Latham, Jessie Rob- errs, Flora Lee Floyd, Mar- jorie Kirschner, Christene I~rdson, Alma Braly, Aha Bowden,' BeCky Offutt, Ethelyn Sellers and Louise Amerson. One new member, Mrs. Louise Moore, was present. We welcome her, and are so very plea.%xt to have her as a part of our club. SS•S* Mrs. Mickey (Linda Beth) Jackson entered the West Texas Medical Center in Abilene on Tuesday for tests. You may find whatyou need in the classified section. To Save You Money can save up Insurance On Grain Sorghums -- And Pay Less Bureau In 'urance Companies Agents , Terry Alexander By MRS. THELMA COULSTON Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Gore were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bland of Claren- don. Other visitors in the home Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gore and daughter, Pam, of Wichita Falls. Mr. and Mrs.' K. B. Ritchie were in Amarillo last~ Tuesday through Thursday where they visited in the home of a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Anson Ray, and a granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hamilton and hoys~ They also visited their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Butts and Mrs. Pete Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Beck and Russell were in Wichita Falls for their first visit with a new grandson and nephew, Jason Wayne Marek, born Thursday, March 4, 1982, in Wichita General Hospital. Jason is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edv,'ard Marek of Wichita Falls and has a little brother, Gregory, who i~ 2 years old. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hen- derson and six children of Fort Stockton were recent visitors with Mrs. Hender- son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Boone. Five of the children, Peter, Frank Jr., Phillip, Heather and Patty, remained for a week'~ visit with their grandparents, and Mrs. Henderson and Wendy came for them over the weekend• Mr. and Mrs. Jerrell Train- ham and Minka returned home Sunday from a four day visit with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martin and daughter, Kathy, in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. (Bill) Towrlsend left Monday for Odessa to visit in the home of a daughter, Mrs. Barbara Couiston and children. Mrs. Townsengl is scheduled.for eye surgery Thursday morn- ing. I* Mrs. George McKinney spent Thursday through Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Willie Jennings, in Rule. Visitors in the McKin- hey home during the weekend were her brother, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Jennings 'of ldabel, Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Clark and children of Tulia were visitors with his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Duward Richard. The children, Cher'e, Angle, Jeannie and B. J., remained for a week's visit with their grandparents. Other visitors in the Richard home was a friend, Herb Jennings of Tulia, who spent Thursday night with them. Mrs. Carlo Kuchan has been appointed as treasurer :~f the Vera Cemetery Association by the local committee. She replaces Mrs. Glenn Feem~ter, who had ~er~ed in this capacity for o~er 30 years, before her move to Seymour. All donations ,,hould be mailed to Mrs. Kuchan, Vera, Texas 76383. The community ~ishes to express appreciation to Glenn for the time and patience devoted to the cemetery association through- out these man~ year~. It was a job well done. Girls Track Cancelled Saturday Munday High School girls were to have participated in a track meet at Stamford Saturday, March 6. Precipi- tation was in the forecast and the meet was cancelled. The girls plan to compete in the Aspermont meet Saturday, March 13. These girls are coached by Bill Dennis. 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