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!; Sterling Lewis, owner Knox City, TX Clint Lewis Phone 940-658-3342 Nights 940-658-3330 or 9413-658-3629 PArE 2 TrIE MUNDA COURIER (ISSN 8750-6750) EO. Box 130, Munday, TX 76371-0130 Phone 940-422-4314 FAX 940-422-4333 Jay White ................................ Publisher Cynthia White .............................. Editor Entered as Periodical Mail every Wednes- day except the week following Decem- ber 25 at the Munday Post Office, Mun- day, TX 76371. SUBSCRIPTION RA'rF : Knox County ............................. $17.00 Elsewhere in Texas ..................... $20.50 Out of State ................................. $23.00 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: The Munday Courier P.O. Box 130 Munday, TX 76371-0130 Any erroneous reflection upon the eharnctet, stand- ing, or repetalion of any person, firm, or corporation which may appear in the columns of this paper, will gladly be corrected upon notice of the same being brought to lhe attention of the publisher perumally at the offic~ NOTICES, ETC. Notice of enteftainmenB where a charge of admis- sion is made, resolutions of respect, in memoriam poetry, proclamations, letters expressing political opinions, and all other rrmttcrs not of general news will be charged for regular advertising rates. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Lntten to the Edit~ are encouraged They muu be signed by the author and include the telephone hum- for verification proposes. Only the writers name will appeuin print. Lette~ should be kept to a mini- t~fl length ~tl ere subject to be edited for clarity, liable and for the purpose of ovly conveying a single point. Every attempt will be made not to change the n,~ming of letten. All letters are run ~lil~..IXa~ihlg. Ench let~ is ~ on ttmt basis. PHOTOGRAPHS Unsolicited ~ will be considered ,a a chm'ge that will be determined after the picture is viewed ERRORS This newspapor is not responsible for errors in more than one edition. Claims will not be considered un- less made within 72 ~ of publication. No allow- ance will be made when the error does not materially affect the value of the advertisement. Members of the Texas Press Association WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2000 Wilson, Margaret L. Margaret L. Wilson, 85 years of age, passed away in a hospital in Fort Worth, Texas, on March 21, 2000. She was buried March 24, 2000 in Mount Olivet Cemetery in Fort Worth. Dr. Preson Bright, a long-time family friend from Dallas, officiated with John McKay providing the music. Margaret was the daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs. Avon G. Huime. Rev. Hulme was a circuit Methodist pastor of three churches in Knox County from 1928 to 1932 during which time the family resided in Munday. Margaret graduated from Munday High School in May 1932 and married Orville A. Wilson of Munday on August 5, 1932, in Lub- bock. The couple resided in Munday until 1940 when they moved to Fort Worth. They were married 65 years before his death in March 1998. Mrs. Wilson was a member of Richland Hills Baptist Church and of Eastern Star. She is survived by one son, Art, and his wife, Susan, and several grandchildren. Patterson, Brandon Brandon Scott Patterson, a seventeen year old student of Ridgeland, Mississippi, died from injuries sustained in an automobile accident on March 24, 2000. Brandon died at University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi. Services were held at 11:00 a.m. Monday, March 27, 2000 at Wright and Ferguson Funeral Home with burial in Jessamine Cemetery in Ridgeland. Brandon was born in Houston, Texas. He grew up in Ridgeland, Mississippi. He attended First Baptist Church in Madison. He was preceded in death by his mother, Tammy Patterson and his great grandparents, Curtis and Opal Coates of Knox City an l Jack Tidweli of Munday. Survivors include parents, Scott and Regina Patterson; sister Natalie Patterson; brothers Travis and Preston Patterson of Ridgeland, Mississippi; maternal grandparents Wymann and Belinda Tidwell of Belleville, Texas; great grandmother Airee Tidwell Hicks of Munday; grandparents Bobby and Maetta Dees of Brandon, Mississippi; paternal grandmother Doris Patterson of Jackson, Mississippi. Memorials may be made to Boy Scouts of America, 855 Riverside Drive, Jackson, MS 39202 or French Camp Academy, French Camp, MS 39745. Now April 5 - 6 - District Tennis Children who are four years old the next school year any school Tournarnent, Abilene. on orbefore September 1,2000 are working day, Monday through 7 - District Track Meet, eligible to attend Pre-Kinderg Friday, 8:00- 3:30. Roscoe, VB,VG, JVB. classes in the Munday Independent To register you child for classes April 8 - UIL One Act Play Area School District in the 2000-2001 you will need to bring the Competition, Lubbock. school year. following: child's birth certificate, April l0-MundayVFD. Parent may register their child's immunization record, April 11 - Lions Club. children for Pre-kindergarten for child's social security card. April 12 Concert & Sightreading Contest. April 6 - Julie R. Sanchez, Jen- nifer Yates, Jerry Meers. ApriV7 - Leo & Patsy Koenig, Dan Offutt. April 8 - Nathan Neal. April 9 - Anita Hosea, Granny Condron. April 10 - Danny & Sharon Wainscott, Haley Hutchinson. April 11 - Sheila Barnett, Gema Guerra. II I IllllIIIIIIIII III II I I Subscribe to The Munday Courier Hometown News You Can Use! 940-422-4314 Ill IllIM First Baptist Church Invites our Spanish Speaking Friends for Bible Study. Estudio Biblico en Espanol Jueves/Thurs. 6:30 P.M. Donlingo/Sun. 2:00 P.M. Con Hermano Dominguez NOW MEETING AT 540 N. 5th available for J.J. Reneau & Jason Watson 120 N. BIRCH . MUNDAY - 422-4712 Serving the area for 47 yearst. Now replacing inside head-liners on cars Also custom painting & striping, windshields and door glass, wheel aligning, frame straightening NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMAI,T 24.HOUR WRECKER SERVICE III in Desxqn. . . Wonkmansblp. . . Qy_ahry We can furnish you with completely inspected and guaranteed memorials made from beautiful Granite or Marble Our Monuments are personally guaranteed by us. 34Years of Monument Sales and Seff . Ask why we think our monuments are superior to others. IIIII I IIIIIII See us TOday McCauley-Smith Funeral Home Munday, TX (940) 422-4242 I http ://www.themundayco Www.the] Dusti Marie Blanscet and Keith Allen Kuehler were married January 29, 2000 at 6:00 o'clock in the evening at the First United Methodist Church in Munday. The double ring ceremony was officiated by Carol Crumpton, pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Munday. The bride's parents are Casey and Carmaleta Pilgreen of Petrolia and Frank and Sandra Blanscet of Henrietta. She is the granddaughter of Lester and Fay Blanscet of Henrietta and Jim Hail and the late Joyce Hail of Fort Worth. The groom is the son of David and Beverly McGaughey of Munday and Greg Kuehler of Wichita Falls. He is the grandson of Mary Frances Stewart and the late Billy Jack Stewart and Earlene Kuehler and the late Everett Kuehler of Munday and Allen and Peggy McGaughey of Knox City. The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father. She w as wearing an A-line style bridal satin gown featuring a scooped front and back neckline adorned with satin flowers at the waist. A flowing tulle veil fell from a halo adorned with fresh flowers. The bride carried a hand-tied banquet of luyana and anna roses, monty casinis asters, and treefem. The bride chose her dress as something new, she | borrowed a pearl necklace from her sister-in-law, Tonya team Thompson, for something old she wore her mother's wedding rings and she wore a blue garter. [ Puii" Sara Craft, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Tonya Thompson and[' p ter Baker. They wore satin dusty rose floor-length column dresses with rounded neck, adorned = covered buttons down the back bodice. Attendants carried long-stem luyana roses with baby's Flower girl was the bride's sister, Katie Blanscet. Ring bearer was Cody Blanscet, brother of Keith Myers served as best man. Groomsmen were Scan Baker and Brady Smith. Candlelighters were Shasta Gibson, sister of the bride, and Ky Gibson, brother of the bride. Ushers were Nathan Herring, Teddy Rucffer and Chase Blanscet, brother of the bride. Re were Kayla Stewart and Courtney Harbaugh, cousins of the groom. The flowers and beautiful church decorations were given as a wedding gift to the bride and groom's grandmother Earlene Kuehler and his uncles Perry Kuehler and Rick Kuehler. A reception and dance was held following the ceremony at the Knights of Columbus in The rehearsal dinner was given as wedding gift by the groom's aunt and uncle DiAnn The bride and groom are very grateful and appreciative of everyone who had a part in makin their lives so special and memorable. The couple enjoyed a honeymoon in San Antonio and are currently residing in Wichita Falls. A wise man once said "The longest journey begins with but a step." Start your journey in life on a sound financial note by banking the home town professionals at The First National Bank in Munday. here to help you with all your steps in life, from "baby steps" to "giant leaps", and everything in between. We want you to take those steps sary to help you succeed in all that you do and we want to be there to you on your way. So whatever your needs from loans to savings and retirement financial advice and planning, or maybe just a friendly word, a sweet or a hand in making those important f'wst steps, you'll fmd your friends The First National Bank in Munday willing and able. IN MIYNDAY 'Tour Satisfaction " our Security" TeleBank - 422-4741 . S.ime & Temperature - 24-Hour Banking Convenience Easy Transfers between Checking & Savings Banking made easy from touch tone telephone r==eh ~Imw=o ~ lloo~oo mw,mN=z ma= ltl~l LIENID4ER