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,:iii Page 6, The Munday Courier, Thursday, March 11, 1982 m By MRS. GRACE SMITH Ill Ill IIlll II HOSPITAL NOTES Mrs. W. R. Couch is back home after spending several days in the Knox Coun- ty Hospital. Jim Cooke was in Ft. Worth during last week for a medical check-up. Joe Brown is receiving medical treat- ment in the Knox County Hospital. J. C. Watson returned home from Wichita General Hospital in Wichita Falls on Friday after receiving medical treatment there for several days. Mrs. Ruby Beaty is a patient in the Seymour Hospital. AARP MEETS The Goree AARP Chapter met in regular session last Thursday night. Lloyd King offered thanks for the delicious meal that was served. A short business meeting followed, presided over by the vice-president, Mrs. Edith Moore. A treasury report was given by the treasurer, Lloyd King. The meeting was then turned over to the guest speaker, Mr. Roy Bowling. Games oi' "-42" finished out the evening's entertainment. There were 23 mem---'bers and thr~ ~sitors present. Visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bowling of Wichita Falls and Amber Clay. Everyone reported an enjoyable I evening. ATTEND FUNERALS Mr. and Mrs. Les Jameson attended the funeral of her son-in-law, Joe Honea, who was buried with full military honors in San Antonio on Friday. HERE AND THERE Kenneth Roberts of Arlington visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cannon Roberts, and in the Wallace Roberts home last week, and attended the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Mae Smith of Ratliffe City, Okla., at Haskell. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chatman of Talco also attended Mrs. Smith's funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shake and Misti of Abilene were guests in the Elkin Warren home on Sunday. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Ham- mons last Tuesday was her nephew, Wesley Wright, of Midland. Martha and Matthew Middleton visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Barton Carl, last week. Mrs. Dewitt Green was in Ft. Worth last week to be with her grandson, Wade Green of Crowley, when he underwent surgery at the All Saints Hospital D. Robinson and son, W. D. Jr., visited his mother, Mrs. Bessie Robin- son, in Olney during the weekend. Mrs. Nina Morton of Lake Kemp and Mrs. Ann Lain of Seymour visited Mrs.' Bill Orsak last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Bell were in Graham last week to visit Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bell and family and help take care of their granddaughter, Stephanie Miller, who was seriously ill in the Graham Hospital. Visiting Mrs. Joe Brown and with Mr. Brown in the Knox County Hospital last week were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brown and Kern of Sheppard Air Force Base, Mrs. Opal Draper of Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. Randel Brown, Melinda and Lance, of Vernon. H. L. Moore visifed his brother, Walter Moore, and family in Olney one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hosea visited their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Hosea and Amber, in Wichita Falls last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sanders of South Lake visited her mother, Mrs. A. R. Pace, and in the James Peek home during the weekend. Visiting Mr. and Riley Bell on Sunday were Bobby D. Bell of Loving and Ray Bonnar of Arlington. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hargrove visited Mrs. W. R. Couch in the Knox County Hospital on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nickerson and Linda, Mrs. Winnie Howry and Debra Birkenfeld visited in Wichita Falls last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Howry and family, Lori and Tommy II, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beaty, during the weekend. Jonathan Smith of Munday spent the weekend with his grandmother, Grace Smith, while his parents were attending a convention in Dallas. Steven Smith visited his grandmother on Sunday. Dewitt Green visited his father, W. T. Green, in Piney last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nickerson and Linda are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Matus in Graham this week. Mrs. Evelyn Roberts, Mrs. Mildred Fitzgerald of Seymour and Mrs. Robbin Rocha of Haskell attended the funeral mother, for Mrs. Mae Smith of Ratliffe City, weekend. Okla., in Haskell on Wednesday. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cooke visited their Jimmy daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ralph Forsberg and Terri in Alvarado John and Mrs. Lettitia Carlson and Dave in and Mrs. Burleson, during the weekend, in Mr. and Mrs. Ewen Beaty spent the Mr. and weekend with their daughter and family, visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nemec and Terry, in Hawley. Clifton Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Howry, Lori and Tommy II, of Levelland visited his Pearl Gideon Funeral Held At Knox City Pearl Ellen Gideon, 85, of Knox City, passed away at 2:45 p.m. Sunday in the Knox County Hospital following a long period of illness. She was born on Septem- ber 15, 1896, in Brown Coun- ty and married O. M. Gideon in 1912 in Taylor County. She was a homemaker and member of the Church of Christ. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday from the Church of Christ in Knox City with Payne Hattox of Stephenville and Ray Wright, minister of the Knox City church, officiating. Burial was in Knox City Cemetery under direction of Smith Funeral Home. Ser- ving as pallbearers were Ken Bradford, Buddy Urbanczyk, Louis Urbanczyk, Dennis Duke, Fred McGregor and Ronnie White. Surviving her are four sons, C. W. Gideon of Pool- Mundey Airport 422.4536 villa, James Gideon of Brant- wood, Calif., Oscar Gideon of Benjamin and Hollis Gideon of Knox City; a daughter, Mildred Wynn of Port Arthur; a brother, Wilford Green of Wichita Falls; two sisters, Oma par- sons of Brownwood and Lillian Bryant of Hobbs, N. M.; 19 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. 'Pro t'iding A Serrice" :OPTER -- FIXED WIN Spraying- Seeding Predator Control Cattle Roundup Field sity. 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